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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916.
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Wailuku School Gets
Phonograph As Gift.
Through the kindness of Manager
Ponhallow of the Wailuku Sugar
Company, the Walluku public school
la now tho proud possessor of a big
Victor phonograph, nnd three dozen
excellent and appropiate records. The
machine, since its arrival has been a
source of joy to pupils and teachers
alike. It plays the march music from
some of the best band records, and it
delivers a number of interesting ad
dresses by prominent men. The in
strument is one of the finest on Maui.
TO REPEAT ENTERTAINMENT.
The success attained by the children
in their entertainment at the Wailuku
Orpheum, last week, for the benefit of
the St. Anthony's church building
fund, has encouraged those in charge
to repeat the performance. The show
will accordingly be given on Thurs
day evening of next week at the Ka
hului Lyceum, while on the Satur
day evening following it will be nlven
at the Paia Orpheum. It may also be
repeated at Puunene, provided a suit
able evening can be secured for use of
the theater at that place.
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GOOD SCORES AT RIFLE RANGE.
The scores made by members of
the national guard at tho 200-yard
range, last Sunday are as follow:
Lt. W. S. Chillingworth, 4245
Lt. F. A. Lufkin, 4245
Lt G. N. Weight, 423743
Sgt. D. Townsend, 403536
Lt. R. von Tempsky, 353239
CARL ROSE A DELEGATE.
Carl F. Rose, of Wailuku, has been
elected a delegate to represent Court
Valley Isle, Ancient Order of Fores
ters, at the biennial convention of the
Subsidiary High Court, wich will be
held in Oakland, California, beginning
Would Give Big Liner a Bonus.
Business men of Honolulu are con
sidering tho propiotisnoPP ETAOm
sidering the proposition of offering a
bonus of $30,000 per round trip to
the Great Northern Steamship Com
pany if it will keep the liner Great
Northern on the Coast-Islands run
for another six months.
Offered For Fair
(continued from page 1.)
Territorial should be induced to par
ticipate to the fullest extent possible.
And there should be a 'school day'
when all the children of the public
schools could attend. Since it is this
rising generation who perhaps may
be most influenced with the objects
"Substantial prizes for the best
farm exhibit by farmers' organiza
tions, of which there are several on
Maui, should be offered.
"A special exhibit of sanitary
appliances, with charts and other
illustrative matter would prove in
"Provosion should bo made for
illustrated lectures and demonstra
tions. A farm tractor demonstration
and plowing contest, if it were prac
tical to carry out, would ecr-
tainly be well received, and perhaps
encourage our field workers to more
efflcent effort. The best span, four
and six horse and mule teams in the
county should be shown. As well as
bullock teams, and prizes offered.
"Manufacturers and dealers in
farm implements and machinery
should also be induced to exhibit.
Likevf.se, B,tid by 110 nutans .least
should interesting ana instructive
exhibits be made by the manufactur
ers of sugar and pineapple products.
"Let there be racing, driving and
riding if there are facilities and time
permits.- Cut there should be vp
"Have plenty of good music.
"Have a parade of prize winning
"Advertise the fair and news con-
cerning it widely and continuously, by
means of the public press, posters,
"Get tho working cooperation of
business men, teachers, preachers.
farmers, bankers, lawyers, doctors
everybody who has Maui County's
wellfare at heart to boost, popularize
and solicit the preparation of some
thing worth while for exhibit.
"Do everything possible to develop
friendly community, spirit and rival
"The County Fair if rightly or
ganized and managed offers to the
Community as a whole one of the
best means for useful instruction.
entertainment, and inspiration."
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Tasre One.)
opened April 15 for deep water vessels.
lull son urges lug naval laboratory. ould increase rate of submar
ine building be says. Dr. Baekcland, chemist and member of naval ad-
al advisory board sustains these contentions.
SEATTLE, March 16 Huge smuggling plot cxnoscd. More
than million dollars worth of opium brought into country. 25 persons,
5 white, 17 Chinese, and one Japanese arrested yesterday.
TOKIO, March 16 Yuan Shih Kai has prohibited all Chinese
students attending Japanese schools. He thinks headquarters of the rev
olutionists is in Japan, and this is the reason for his edict.
MARFA.TEX AS, March 15 Mutinous Carranza troons around
Ojinaga, northeastern Chihuahua, are threatening to invade the United
States. Americans across the border are alarmed. Rumor of the de.nth
of Col. Benjamin Roias. the Carranza commander, at niin.ura was mnf-
firmed today. Roias was killed by his own men while attemntin? to con
trol them. They were mutinous and fired by liquor, and threatening to
cross the border and invade the United States.
WASHINGTON, March 15 Senate today annroved without a
dissenting vote the joint resolution already adopted by the House pro
viding that the standing army shall be recuited to the full strength of the
v arious units totaling 120,000 men. The resolution goes to the President
WASHINGTON, March 15 Suear bill suddenly tin in TToi:e.
Representative Edward Keating, of Colorado, is sneaking at length a-
gainst the sugar bill. Keating is one of the 10 democrats who refused
to abide by the democratic caucus decision. Congressman Kitchin nncn-
ed the discussion on the bill when it came up this morning . Told Con
gress one cent tax necessary to foot heavy expenditures for preparedness
program. He also said that the administration desires quick legislation
and urges that the measure be promptly passed.
HONOLULU, March 15 Capt. Greene, commander of the Ten
yo Maru, died at Queens' Hospital today. Illness contracted while on
duty at sea.
Kulno asks for new hearing in his fight acainst Oueen's trust. Al
leges error in decision of the supreme court. Wants writ of nrnhil.Jtnn
PARIS, March 15 Third battle of Verdun is bptrnn. Artillerv
exchanges on the Verdun sector are virtually continous. French are
now taking trie aggressive counter attack.
HONOLULU, March 15 Foster David loses nosition as rWk in
federal court. Is succeeded by George R. Clark, secretary to Governor.
Judge Clemons removed Davis charging irregularities. Jurist praises
work ot tormer oihcial. Action may be subject of litigation when
Vaughan takes office.
WASHINGTON, March 15 Fresh revolt in Mexico menaces
border safety. Reported insurrection atrainst Carranza in norths stern
Chihuahua. Carranza's attitude towards American invasion said to be
the cause. General Rojas reported to have been slain. Punitive forces
ready, but strict censorship imposed on news of expedition. Invasion
begins today. Funston insists on greatest secrecy. Men march with
little weight. All equipment to be carried on backs, and even saddles
to be left behind.
EL 1'ASO, Afarch 15 Accordng to dispatches received at army
leadquartcrs last night, a band of Carranzistas. under Carranza officers
crossed border line near border town of Hachita, and attacked two
companies of the 11th Infantry stationed there. Fight followed in
which a number of Carranza men were captured.
VASHINGTON, March 15 Captain Sims urges immediate con
struction of 9 great ships. Battle cruisers are navy's big need, he says.
Secretary Daniels announces super dreadnaught at Mary Island navy
yard will be named California. Cruiser at New York yard to be called
HALIFAX, March 15 Large quantity of red cross sunnlies
burned on pier here while waiting shipment. Loss more than $200,000.
Nurse in charge of shipment missing and supposed to have perished in
LONDON, March 15 Desperate fighting resumed at Verdun, and
slaughter continues. French says artillery fighting has been renewed
with great force. Masses of Teutonic troops move against French
station between Bettencourt and le Mort Momme.
Developments on other fronts attracting more interest. Italians
succeeded in capturing Dante del Crovigle. British may invade Tripoli,
according to reports from Athens, fighting has broken out between
French and Greek soldiers. Athens also reports recent Zeppelin raid
near Saloniki with more then a million and a quarter damage. Bill for
damage presented to French commander, who replied he is responsible
only for damage done by Allies, and advised sending bill to German
government at Berlin.
NORI OLK, March 15 Capt. Harrison, commander of the Brit
ish steamer Appam, captured by Germans, yesterday filed libel against
cargo ot steamer.
EL PASO, March 15 Bandits, believed to have been independent
robbers, yesterday shot into a Southern Pacific tran. No one hurt.
EL PASO, March 14 Large expeditionary forces are massed on
Mexican border for quick dash on trial of Villa. 4000 men ready at
SAN ANTONIO, March 14 Gen. Funston has clapped a strict
censorship down on situation. Army is guarding all wires and stopping
all messages which do not stop the censors.
CHICAGO, March 14 General Villa's raiders at Columbus used
dum-dum bullets, according to Private Wieczortiewis, who arrived here
from the border on his way home. He exhibited a number of bullets
which he asserted he look from belts of dead bandits.
EL PASO, March 14 Villa is now heading south from Galena,
according to Gen.Gutierrez, Carranza's commander at Chihuahua. Gen.
Gutierrez is mobilizing 15,000 Mexican soldiers and that these, together
with reenforcements from Sonora, which are enroute, should be able
to leave v ilia with but small chance to escape.
WASHINGTON, March 14 State department agents on the tor
der have reported that Carranza is favorably impressed with American
note, accepting the proposal of reciprocal pursuit that is of allowing
American troops in Mexico, if the United States takes a similar attitude
BERLIN, March 14 French and Greek soldiers stationed on the
island of Mytilene, and occupied by the Allies as a part of the Saloniki
Dardanelles campaign, have been lighting.
HONOLULU, March 14 Two men in uniform of U. S. soldiers
lust night raided Wahiawa and held up two stores. They both had
black masks over their faces. They got away with $15.80.
HONOLULU, March 14 W. K. Farrington has been offered the
position of supervisor left vacant by Shingle's resignation. Has tenta
tively accepted. Permanent acceptance may not be allowed because
Farrington owns an interest in the Star-Bulletin which does considerable
business for the county.
Mayor asks bond issue for roads and a city hall . Reads message
to board of supervisors stating public needs.
National guard will soon have strength of 5000. First result of
this force will be equipment of cavalry troop. Special inspections
considered official. War department will recognize all companies passed
before March 31, 1916.
Major General Funston massing army of 12,000 men along border
for invasion to punish bandits. Washington meets Carranza's de
mands. Mexicans pleased with decision. Funston is rushing prepa
rations. Believed main body of troops will start with cavalry and ar
tillery. One division is ready to move.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule nent into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 30
5 23 3 20
5 203 17
5 1 3 t7
5 9'3 5
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1. All trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
S. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
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