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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1916.
George II. Robertson manapcr of C.
Brewer Company, spent last Satur
day in Wailuku looking into the dam
no wroueht by the big storm. Hp
returned to Honolulu the same even
ing. L. C. Guillen Oil. Spanish consul
general for Hawaii, and Manager
Hughes, of llio Raincr Brewing Com
pany, wcrv guests this week of A. .1.
dc Souza, of W'ailuku.
II. T. Hayselden, of the Wnterhouse
Company, of Honolulu, was a business
visitor to W'ailuku this week.
Mrs. W. S. Chillingworth and child
ren, returned homo on Tuesday from
visitinp relatives in Honolulu.
O. r. Wilder, F. K. Ruinham, H.
Gooding Field, and J. J. Jump, arrived
on Tuesday from Honolulu, and have
bee nspending the week in anplinp on
the Lnhninn side of the island.
T.Irs. J. n. Thompson was an arrival
from Honolulu by the Claudine on
Mrs. L. Weinzheimer has returned
to Lahaina after n short visit in Hono
lulu. Frank M. Coriea, manager of the
Vioneer Store, Wailuku. will leave
shortly with his family for Kula,
where he has been ordered by his
physician on account of his health.
Mi s. Millie II. Hair, of Hamakuapoko
was a wick end puest of Mrs. H. M.
Wells, of Kuiaha, last week.
Miss Florence Wood, one of the
teachers in the Haiku school, and a
homesteader in the Kuiaha tract, has
resigned her position and will leave
for Honolulu tomorrow to join the
stafr of instructors in the Girls' Indus
Mrs H. I,. Sauers, of Haiku, will go
to Honolulu tomorrow with her young
son who will bp placed In a hospital
for medical treatment.
Next Monday is the last day for
making tax returns.
Mrs. J. C. Villiers has arranged with
Mr. II. W. Laid win to assist her at
the organ recital to be given by her
at the Church of the Good Shepherd,
on Tuesday evening, February 15th.
Tho Womans' Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a
meeting with Mrs. Ed. Walsh. Kahu
lui, on Tuesday, Feb. 1st at 2:30 p. m.
The annual business meeting of the
Paia Union Church will he held this
evening in the Paia Community
House. The meeting will be held in
connection with an elaborate supper,
and the affair promises to be a very
Gen. Samuel I. Johnson, of the na
tional guard, and Capt. Charles S.
Lincoln, U. S. A., are expected to ar
rive lomorrow morning for the pur
rose of making an inspection of the
Maui companies of the Third Regi
ment. This is the annual Inspection,
upon which the allotment for the
guard for the coming year depends.
The Matson liner Manoa arrived
yesterday morning at Kahului with a
fair sized freight cargo for Maui, in
cluding several automobiles. She is
taking on about 6000 tons here, of
which 5000 is sugar, and will prob
ably not get away until late tomorrow
Tenders for the construction of f 35,
ooi) worth of macadam roads in the
Kuiaha homesteads, will be opened by
the Loan Fund Commission at a meet
ing to be held this evening. It is
probable that action will also be taken
towards calling for tenders for the
construction of the new Olinda reser
voir. The Ax In the Glacier.
Zurblggen, one of tho celebrated
mountain climbers of the world, in
scaling a peak of Lea Anglalses, near
Chamonlx, accidentally let hl3 ice ax
full from near the summit of the peak.
It fell some thousands of feet In the
normal course of things it was burled
in snow and swallowed up in the gla
cier, being covered deeper and deeper
each year, and at the same time being
carried slowly downward as the Ice
flowed on. Seven or eight years after
ward lion. O. Q. Gruco and Harkblr, a
sepoy chief, In descending a peak in
the Alps Just as night was falling and
a great crevasse barred the way, being
unable to find the bridge over It, cut a
path down to the bottom, where Hark
blr stepped on an ax which had "M.
Z.," Zurblggeu's Initials, on tho handle.
There could bo no mistake as to the
identity of the ax, as Ilarkblr bad
seen it and used it before. Christian
A Heroic Slave.
Thero was a humble slave in the pal
ace of tho Caliph Iltiroun al Raschld.
The cnllph had in his audience cham
ber twenty rare vases, and it was
written in the laws of Bagdad that he
who should have the misfortune to
break one of these would pay the pen
alty with his life. This slave one day
broko a vase. He was Instantly Beli
ed, tried and condemned to death. But
the caliph had no sooner pronounced
sentence on him than the slave turned,
and, walking calmly to the other nine
teen vases, with one sweep of the arm
destroyed them all.
"Wretch," tho caliph thundered,
"why have you done that barbarous
"To save the lives of nineteen of my
fellow countrymen," the doomed slave
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Page One.)
Squadron of French aeroplane bombarded Monistir, where Ger
man forces are quartered. Bombardment did much damape to ammui
tion depots and quarters of general staff and railroad station.
BERLIN, January 24. Admiralty announces today German aero
plane bombarded stations, barracks and docks at Dover again. Raids
made January 22, and 23.
PARIS, January 24. Clash of Bulgarian "oldiers and Albanians,
under Essad Pasha expected at Durazzo in vicinity of which both are
reported to be today.
BUFFALO, January 24. 15 killed and 15 injured in rxplosion of
Kelkcr Munition plant today.
Illinois flood situation grows worse. Illinois river rising fast.
SAX FRANCISCO, January 24. Travel by land and sea disor
ganized because of ptorm of Pacific and western part of United States.
Steamer Admiral Schley reported in distress off Coos Bay, now be
WASHINGTON, January 24. In opinion banded down today,
the United States supreme court- upholds constitutionality of income
PARIS, January 24. Teutons rush fresh troops to keep back
French foes. Berlin claims slight gains in fierce fighting in trenches
to north of Arras. Paris admits reverses. French got back lost ground
Gallic airmen made successful raid on Teutonic forces at Mctz.
Bombs were dropped on station and barracks.
ROME, January 24. The little kingdom of Montenegro, outwits
Vienna while negotiations for peace are pending. Army escaied Aus
tr'ans and joined Serbians.
EL PASO, January 24. Two cattle thieves believed to have been
of the party that killed the American miners, were executed near the
American boundary by Carranza soldiers yesterday.
LONDON, January 24. According to Berlin advices, Turkey will
admit the sinking of the steamer Persia, and pay indemnity for the act.
WASHINGTON, January 24. President and wife have returned
from yachting trip.
PETROGRAD, January 24. Fighting in Galicia continues with
all its former intensity. Government announced last night that the
Russian offensive has continued in this theater, south of Dubno, and in
LONDON, January 24. Official : Emperor Franz Joseph is again
reported seriously ill.
TOKIO, January 24. Japanese police have discovered where
bombs used in assault on Okuma were made.
SEATTLE, January 24. Pacific coast gales caused distress to
ship Admiral Scheley of the Tacoma-San Francisco trade.
TEKING, January 24. Province of Yunnan has established it
self as the "Republic of Yunnan."
HALIFAX, January 24. British steamer Palentia sank off Cape
SEATTLE, January 24. 200 men are employed digging out por
tion of train of Great Northern, covered with snow slide.
LONDON, January 24. Eastern coast of Kent was attacked by
airmen last night. One man dead, 6 injured.
Another British mishap has occurred in Messopotamia. Gen Ayb
mer's attempt to relieve Anglo-Indian forces at Kutelalamara failed,
after most atrocious fighting. Ottomans stop entry in hard-fought
5000 German troops arrive at Constantinople to help quell revolt
against authorities of Emba Pasha.
LONDON1, January 23. Naval activities from outstanding feat-,
tires of reports from various war zones yesterday. Petrograd reports
Russian torpedo boats in Black Sea sank two Turkish ships with sup
plies. YUMA, January 23. Thousands are homeless and there are sev
eral deaths due to flooding of city by waters whihe swept away the
intake gate of the Imperial Valley irrigation project.
SEATTLE, January 23. 15 persons instantly killed and as many
injured when snowslide hit train on Great Northern railroad.
TOKIO, January 23. Baron Ishi, minister of foreign affairs, in
a sattemcnt to house of peers .made yesterday, announced that China
had signified intention of postponing inauguration of the monarchy
until internal conditions are more expedient.
EL PASO, January 23. 8 dead Americans were found swinging
upon the tree upon which they had been hanged by bandits. Mexicans
responsible for killing will be publicity executed today.
PORTLAND, January 23. Steamer Ccntralia, carrying passeng
ers, sent out distress call yesterday. 3 steamers are known to be near
WASHINGTON, January 23. President and bride are on presi
dential yacht, Mayflower, cruising the Potomac bound for Chesapeake
PANAMA, January 23. Col. Goethals is unable to set date for
opening of canal.
HONOLULU, January 21. After a struggle, bark British Yeo
man has been brought to Port by the tug Navajo.
EL PASO, January 21. Villa is said to be a captive at El Taso
and is to be executed, is report partly confirmed.
WASHINGTON, January 21. Teuton raids and robberies by Bri
tish stir solons to anger. Senate has headed in debate over Germany's
premeditated murder of Americans, and Britain's attitude in restraint
of neutral trade starts flow or oratory. Williams, of Missippi, warns
coiicgues that embargo on munition would put dollars before human
WASHINGTON, January 21. Mondear, of Wyoming, scores ad
ministration policy regarding Mexico. Says not watchful waiting but
LOS ANGELES, January 21. Eleven deaths are reported as toll
of great storm here. l our ranchers in Arizona drowned in fioocf.
ATHENS, January 21. King Constantine declares entente owers
despoilers. Ruler protest aganst Allies' occupation of Hellenic territory.
Says treaty violations are worst of big war. Foreign troops have taken
possession of immense territory without leave.
PARIS, January 21. High French authorities consider Constan
tine's complaint groundless. Allies have occupied Greek territory only
DUBLIN, January 21. Dispatches made public last night an
nounce that the Russians operating in Bessarabia have met with severe
losses after having in several desperate fights managed to force way
into Austrian trenches.
LONDON, January 21. General Aylmer's force sent to relief of
British army beleagured by lurks, is now close to lurkisn position.
WASHINGTON, January 21. President Wilson expects to leave
Washington on a campaign tour within a week. General Carter, former
commander of Hawaiian department, says "War comes suddenly; so
be fully prepared. American notes may lead to quick break. Federal
volunteers should be available for quick service. t
REPORT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE COUNTY
OF MAUI FOR THE QUARTER YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31.t. 1915
Fines and Costs 4,673.1 o
Malulani Hospital 1,040.00
Water Rates 4 922 j
Sundry Realizations 1.028.00
Cash Balance, Sep. 30
Property Tax pro rata
SCHOOL FUND SPECIAL
Cat.li Balance ,Sep. 30
Cash Balance, Sept. 30,
Fees Hunting rermits .
ROAD TAX FUND.
Cash Balance, Sept. 30 6,011.44
Road Tax Wailuku 826.05
Road Tax Makawao 4l9.7
Road Tax Lahaina 100.70
Road Tax liana 7006
Road Tax Molokai 37 90
Salaries Supervisors .
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Furniture Ofllce Supplies 773.21
Telephones and Wireless
Support Maintenance Indigents
Bonds County Officers
Supt. County Garage
Subsidy Militia and Fire Dept..
Salaries rhysicians and Inspectors 1,950.00
Incidentals Sanitation 45-66
Malulani Hospital 3,016.70
Nurse Kula Sanitarium . 300.00
County Farm and Sanitarium 2,000.00
Incidentals Kula Thysiclan 100.00
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING.
Salary Deputy Auditor
Salary Deputy Treasurer
Expenses Liquor Commission
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Salary County Attorney
Incidentals County Attorney
Salaries District Magistrates
Clerk District Court Wailuku
Incidentals District Court
Snlnrips Circuit Court
Expenses Circuit Court 1
Salary Sheriff , 600.00
Salary Deputy Sheriffs 1,590.00
Salary Sheriff's Clerk 280.00
Examiner Chauffeurs 300.00
Pay Roll, Police and Guards 7,419.10
Expenses Police Department 2,073.71
Support Maintenance Prisoners 2,096.56
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
Salary County Engineer 1.200 .00
Incidentals County Engineer
Clerk Public Improvements 440.00
Salaries District Overseers 2-'2o
County Buildings and Parks
Street Lights H2oS?
Expenses Waterworks ';,r'2i
Roads and Bridges Wailuku 8,545 .75
Koads and Bridges Makawao 9 .253.59
Roads and Bridges Lahaina o'r.Ho
Roads and Bridges Hana 3 .745.63
Roads and Bridges Molokai i.m.ti
Interest and discount ....
Overdraft, Sept. 30
SCHOOL FUND SPECIAL
New Building Kaluaaha
?Tew Building Olowalu
New Building Keanae
New Building Hamakuapoko
New Building, High School ....
New Building Wailuku
New Building, Puunene
Repairs and Maintenance
Furniture and fixtures
Janitor Service and Supplies
Road Tax Fund
School Building Contracts
Rn'nrv Conntv Clerk
Salary Deputy County Clerk 442,0,c
Incidentals County Clerk b
Outstanding Warrants, Sep. 30 42,351.92
Warrants Drawn 141,113.07
Interest Charges 299.49
Outstanding Warrants, Dec. 31
E. & O. E.
January 2C, 1916.
Auditor, County of Maul
TO OWNERS AND DRIVERS OF
Attention is called to provisions of
Ordinance No. 31, passed by the
Board of Supervisors of the County
of Maul, effective January 1, 1916,
under the provisions of which all au
tomobiles must be registered and all
drivers must procure new certificates
entitling them to drive automobileB.
Penalty for failure to comply with
said Ordinance involves a fine of not
less than ?5.00 nor more than $150.00.
T. J. GOODNESS,
Examiner of Chauffeurs.
E. R. BEVINS,
Jan. 21. 28.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the matter of M. YAMASII1RO,
Whereas M. YAMASIIIRO of Kahu
lui, on the Island of Maui, and dis
trict aforesaid, on the 13th day of
January, A. D. 1916. was duly adjud
ged a bankrupt upon a petition filed
in this Court b.' him on the 121 h day
of January, A. D. 191P, according 1o
the provision of fi e Acts of Conprcss
relating to bankruptcy.
IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED,
that said matter be referred to C. D.
Lufkin, Esq., one of the RcferecB In
Bankruptcy of this Court, to take such
further proceedings thereir as are re
quired by said Ads; ami that the
said M. YAMASHIRO shall attend
before said Referee on the 5th day of
February, A. D. 1916, at his ofTiee in
Wailuku, Island of Maul, Territory of
Hawaii at 9 o'clock A. M., and thence
forth shall submit to such orders
as may bo made by said Referee or by
this Court relating to said Bank
WITNESS, the Honorable Chas. F.
Clemons, Judge of the said Court, and
the Seal thereof, at Honolulu, Hawaii,
in said District, on the 13th day or
January, A. D. 1916.
F. L. DAVIS,
By RAY B. RIETOW,
A true copy ATTEST:
F. L. DAVIS,
By RAY B. RIETOW,
Jan. 21, 28,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
The annual meeting of tho Maui
Pineapple Company, Limited, will be
held on Saturday, January 29. 1916, at
the company's cannery at Pauwela,
Maui, at 9 o'clock, a. m.
S. YOSIHMASU, secretary.
Jan. 14, 21, 28, 1916.
One Remington Piano in first class
condition. Address "J. A." Carer of
The widow's cap is a survival of an
old Roman custom. Widows were
obliged to wear their weeds for ten
months, and tho bereaved woman
shaved her head as a token of mourn
ing. Naturally tho widow could not
very well appear in public with a bald
head, so dainty caps were made In or
der to hide tho disfigurement The cap
still remains, though the immediate ce
cesslty for its existence has long passed
away. Pearson's Weekly.
A Financial Genius.
'To, will you please tell me what a
financial genius is?"
"A financial genius, my child, Is a
man who can spend money that be has
never had and which the people who
think they are getting it will never
sea" Chicago Record-Herald.
Ha Had Noticed.
Father (who Is always trying to.
teach his sou bow to act while at the;
table) Well, John, you see, when I J
have finished eating I always leave the
table. John Yes, sir, and I notice
that is about all you do leave. London
Mrs. Muggins Does your husband
appeal to you as a vocalist? Mrs. Bug
gins Not exactly. In fact, it's the oth
er way. When he begins to slug I ap
peal to him. Philadelphia Record.
Teacher (severely) What will your
father say to your low average?
Youngster (with hesitation) When dad
sees I'm down to zero, he'll "warm me
up," I guess. Judge.
"What is your idea of happiness?"
asked the unsophisticated youth,
"Being 'next' in a crowded barber
shop," replied the Mlumlsburg sage,
"Father, are all the pirates dead?"
"No, my son. They now run the
coat checking privileges at the hotel
and restaurants." Town Topics.