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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916.
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NEW YOTiK, Fob. 16 Ships un
dT Allies charter burned Fresh out-
jreak of incendiarism on eonst de
stroys steamer Dalton with 50,000 bags
ot fiupnr Other ships lost. Cause of
BERLIN, February 16 Three Brit
ish attacks made to recover trenches
In southeast Ypres failed. French
also failed In recovery of ground at
Tahure. Stormy weather hampered
activities generally. Snow storm swept
east front yesterday.
HONOLULU. February 16 Distrl.-t
Attorney Vaushnn says Filipinos may
not become Aniericrn citizens. J. .
Wilder Invents new tent for boy
scouts. Invention will bring much
publicity in Hawaii.
WASHINGTON, February 16 Ad
miral Grant says submarines are a
first necessity for national defense,
rolnts out to house committee need
for large fleet to defend coast. Navy
Department is against great speed.
No encouragement given Congress
man who talks of 25-knot divers.
Grant recommends 183 submarines as
HONOLULU, Feb. 16 National
guard wants regiment on each Island.
Renewed recruiting to raise 12 more
companies on Kauai and Maui. Means
enlistment of an additional 500 men
rractically oil companies now have
greater strength than government re
Stalnback says Filipinos here may
be citizens. Nothing in law, says attor
ney general, to prevent their natural
Treasurer McCarthy leaves soon
for Washington to float new bond is
sue. Will sell $1,750,000 of bonds.
LONDON, Feb. 16 Allies will
fight till victory ends bloody war.
Slavs report capturing 9 forts
which guarded outskirts of Ezerum,
where Ottoman troops are isolated.
French report in Champagne dis
trict capture of advanced position.
NEW YORK, Feb. 16 Bourbons
flayed by Elihu Root in convention
speech. Former senator denounces
Mexican and Belgian policies as dis
graceful. Accuses administration of
condoning murder of Americans, and
defilement of the Stars an Stripes.
Says world's respect has been forfeit
ed. "We have failed to carry out
threats", says Root, "As result the
word and faith of the United States Is
full of mockery.
HONOLULU, Feb. 15 Special
dividends expected when congress
acts. Stock exchange thinks enor
mous surpluses of plantations likely
to be distributed In part at early date
Mills in fine shape, and reserve is
not needed. e
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 Five
hundred lepers arc at large on main-
and, according to medical authorities
before the senate committee
CHATHAM, Feb. 15 Three
hundred survivors of the British light
cruiser Arathusa arrived today. Sup
posed 16 or 17 men in stoke-hold were
LONDON, Feb. 15 Dispatch
f"om Scienza feay3 hostile aeroplanes
bombarded Schio, killing 6 and wound
ing many others.
MEMPHIS, Feb. 15 Mississippi
evees give way and Louisiana is in
path of floods. Situation very serious.
Two breaks in levee, 6 miles from
Newelton. Two thousand people in
Newelton and St. Josephs, fleeing by
special trains sent to their aid.
BUTTE, Feb. 15 Twenty-one per
sons believed to have perished today
In fire in the Pennsylvania mine, own
ed by the Anaconda Copper Company.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 Dry
forces in congress carry important
point. Consideration of constitutional
amendment to be had this session.
Severe earthquake shocks record
ed here yesterday, lasted more' than
an hour. Believed to have been 4500
The Kitchen bill provides for the
unequivocal repeal of the free sugar
HONOLULU, Feb. 15 Cable
gram from Washington, confirming
Judge Samuel Kemp.formerly or Tex
as, as assistant district attorney, is
is expected this afternoon.
Three injured in smashup this
morning on Kalawao Road, near Ewa.
H. Rothberg unconscious. Mazie Crys
tal is in the hospital. Portuguese bad
Great Northern is bringing 52J
passengers on her next trip.
LONDON, Feb. 15 King George
voices Allies' resolve to fight war on
to victory. Parliament is told Britons
steadfast in this determination.
PETROGRAD, Feb. 15 German
attacks attacks near Riga are so
fruitless that violent outbreaks In
Teuton army are reported.
PARIS, Feb. 15 French recap
tured advance portion of position oc
cupied by Germans February 13.
French army denies Germans have
made important advances on west
PARIS, February 15 With use of
hand granades, French stormed and
recaptured part of trenches lost in
Fleet of 13 French aeroplanes
yesterday raided the Bulgarian town
of Strumnitza. 158 bombs were drop-
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ORDINANCE NO. 34.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING OR
DINANCE NO. 27 OF THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS PASSED ON
JUNE 15T1I, 1914, AS AMENDED
BY ORDINANCE NO. 32 PASSED
ON NOVEMBER 13, 1915, BY AD
DING THERETO SECTIONS 18 A,
PROVIDING SPECIAL RATES
FOR WATER FURNISHED FROM
ANY OF THE WATERWORKS
SYSTEMS MENTIONED IN SAID
ORDINANCE TO CHURCHES AND
SCHOOLS TAKING WATER
WALL & DOUGHERTY"
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Be It Ordained by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maul:
1. That Ordinance No. 27 of the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maul, as amended by Ordinance No.
32 of the Board of Supervisors, Is
further amended by adding lh eto
a new section to be numbered "18-A,"
reading as follows:
"1S-A" "Provided, however, that com
mencing with the 1st day of January
191G, that rates to be charged for
water furnished from any of the water
works systems covered by this ordin
ance to any church, or schools taking
water therefrom shall be as follows:
"For water furnished and used for
domestic and household purposes on
ly one (lc) cent per thousand gallons
for all water used, Irrespective of the
amount so used.
"For water furnished and used for
purposes of Irrigation three (3c) cents
per thousand gallons for all water
used, Irrespective of the amount so
"Provided, further, that none of the
provisions of said Ordinance No. 27,
as amended by Ordinance No. 32, re
lating to minimum charges, shall be
held to apply to churches and schools
coming under the provisions of this
2. Any and all churches and schools
desiring to avail themselves of the
provisions of this ordinance shall
make written application therefor to
the Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of Maui; such application shall set
forth the facts with sufficient definlte-
ness as to enable the Board of Super-.
visors to determine whether or not
such applicant is entitled to the pri
3. This Ordinance shall become ef
fective upon its publication for 1
week in a newspaper of general cir
culation, published in the County of
Maul and the posting of a true copy
thereof upon a bulletin board In front
of or near the rooms occupied by the
Board of Supervisors of the County
of Maul, at Wailuku, Maul, Territory
Approved this 12th day of January
1916, by the Board of supervisors for
the County of Maul.
S. E. KALAMA,
Chairman and Executivo
Officer of the Board of
Supervisors of the
. County of Maul, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Attest: ' "l
W. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Ordinance upon consideration had and
vote taken, was passed by the Board
of Supervisors for and within tfie
county of Maul, Territory of Hawaii,
at its regular session held on the
12th day of January,1916, at its Board
Room in Wailuku, County of Maui
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
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LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. & A. M
ttatea meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
C. C. CAMPBELL, R. W. M.
T. D. COLLINS. Secretary.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICA
TION OF WILLIAM T. ROBINSON,
TRUSTEE UNDER DEED OF TRUST
OF JOHN FERREIRA, DECEASED,
FOR LEAVE TO SELL CERTAIN
NOTICE OF HEARING
WHEREAS on the 15th day ot
February, 1916, William T. Robinson,
Trustee under Deed of Trust of John
Ferreira, deceased, did file in this
Court an application for leave to sell
certain real property therein describ
ed belonging to said trust estate, and
setting forth reasons why it would bo
for the best interests of said estate
that such real property be sold and
the proceeds of such sale be invested
la securities approved and accepted
for investment of trust funds, and
praying that a date be set for hearing
upon said application, and that notice
of hearing and the time thereof be giv
en all persons in any wise interested:
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
that Thursday, the 23d day of March,
1916, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. be and is
set as the time for hearing upon said
application, at which time, at the
Court room of the Circuit Court at
Ar.iluku, Maul. Te.-.tcry of Hawaii,
all persons in any wise interested In
said estate are notified to fppear and
show cause, if any there be, why the
prayer of said petition should not be
Witness the Honorable W. S.
EDINGS, Judge of the Circuit Court
for the Second Circuit, Territory of
V. C. SCIIOENBERG,
E. R. BEVTNS,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Feb 18, 25, Mch 3, 10 1916.