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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916.
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PUBLICITY AND POSITIVENESS.
Tlip militant di-lcentos to the Maul
SulTrnKe Convention to be held at
Walluku Town Hall, April 7, a week
from next. Saturday, have adopted as
their slogans, "Publicity and Positive
ness", and "Waver At Nothing".
It would also seem they are hesitat
Ing at nothing, judging from an inter
view with Miss Mirandy Wilcox, who
throws down the "defi", in that she
will attempt to convince her audience
that the Claudine is better than the
Matson boat. None of the "episodes
of Claudlne",have ever been partic
ularly convincing, so this may also
On the program also appears the
name of Mrs. Pankhurst, who found
the trip up Haleakala, a mere baga
telle compared to forced feeding and
Incarceration in prison. The descrip
tions of her experiences are naturally
quite English and will be a rare oppor
tunity for Mauiites to see ourselves as
others see us. Altogether the even
ing promises to be a spicy, and live aff
air and it is to be hoped the "antis"
will come prepared to gracefully sub
mit without resort to what "prepared
ness", may be in reserve.
A dance following, will bring the ev
ening to an amicable close. Adv.
Circuit Court Mill
Is Grinding Fast
(continued from page 1.)'
week, were convicted by a jury, and
will probably be sentenced tomorrow.
The first two named wera found guilty
of assault and battery, and the second
two, of plain assault. Scott appeared
In court against the men, his head al
most hidden by the bandages. He
bore ample evidence of having been
most brutally beaten.
Two Cases Nolled.
The cases of William Kalaina,
charged with furious and heedless
driving; and that of Lim Poo, charged
with assault with a weapon, which
has been continued from the October
term, were disposed of by the nolle
prosequi route. J. L. Coke, represent
ed the defendants as attorney.
In the case of S. Akamichi, charged
with heedless driving, appeal was
Criminal Juries Pau.
The jury finished the last of the
criminal cases in which it Is con
cerned, yesterday morning, with the
case of Delgado. The other criminal
cases for the term have waived trials
by jury. These are as follows:
G. Uchida and E. Tagawa, assault
and battery. Appeal from Wailuku.
Oinaga, et al., gambling.
Macelo Mausaro, vagrancy.
Soichi Horio, furious and heedless
driving. Appeal from Wailuku.
Kurugawa, et al., gaming with dice.
Y. Takeuchi, selling liquor . Ap
peal from Wailuku.
Mary Roe, alias Seno Imaniaru,
selling liquor. Appeal from Wailuku.
Sakai Tokayama, forgery.
Francisco Okilio and Mrs. Mary Oh
Ug Ha, adultery.
Manuel M. Calasa, larceny in 2nd
Matsumoto, maintaining and as
sisting che fa
Ah Chuch, opium in possession.
Shavlal Pestana, non-support.
The following civil cases win be
tried before a jury:
Philip Dolin vs Antone S. Madeira,
damages. From October term.
Mary F. Santos vs. Augusta F. Teix
ira, assumpsit. From October term.
Mary F. Santos vs. Joaquin Santos,
assumpsit. From October term.
Eugene Murphy vs. Enos Vincent,
assumpsit. Appeal from Wailuku
district court. Motion to dismiss ap
peal. W. A. Clark vs. Joe Sylva, action to
J. W. Ambrose vs. Kealakaa (k),
ejectment. Continued to June term.
Enos Vincent , Adm. of Estate of
Neau vs. W. J. Coelho and W. T.
C. J. Schoening & Co., vs. Wm. M.
Miner and Wm. T. Robinson, not at
Sam Ako vs. Mizokami Naoklchl,
assumpsit. Appeal from Lahaina.
Civil Jury Waived.
Following is the calendar of jury
waived civil cases for the term:
Mary Mulvany vs. Mary Dunn, ac
tion to quiet tittle.
Tatsuma vs. Mrs. C. Omori, damag
es. W. T. Robinson, (Wailuku Market)
vs. C. Omori, assumpsit.
Frank G. Correa vs. D. Kapiioho, et
al, illegal impounding.
George Edwards vs. Wm. Kalaina,
Kamala Thompson vs. Edgar Mor
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.,
vs. S. Nakamoto.et al, assumpsit.
Naruai Leialoha vs.- Mahiai, eject
ment. Eugene Murphy vs. II. R. Hitchcock
and O. Tollefsen, action on the case.
Palau Paki, et al vs. Kanalua Paki,
et al, ejectment.
Alfred Nunes vs S. P. Russell, dam
ages. John K. Kaleo vs. County of Maui,
John Kaimikana and Charles Kal
mikana vs. J. W. Kalua, trustee, and
Kaimikana and Malkunu, ejectment.
Maria Carvalho, et al vs. Sociedad
Portugueza de Santo Antonio Benell
cente de Hawaii, assumpsit.
Sada Kuwahara vs Yoshinorl Kashl
noko and K. Honda, assumpsit
County of Maul vs Kwong Wo, as
sumpsit. Wailuku Rico Co. vs Ching Chong,
Eugene Murphy vs W. A. McKay,
J. V. Marciel, et al, vs. W. T. Rob
Chas. Reinhardt vs. County of Maui,
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Page One.)
AUGUSTA, Ga., March 23 Pi? fires have destroyed property
valued at many millions. Flames sweep Augusta and threaten cotton
worth five millions.
Kansas prairie land is burned over for many miles.
Nashville is also visited by conflagration, while Paris, Texas,
INDIANAPOLIS, March 23 Big gale slays 5 in Indiana. Four
others may die, and 50 suffer minor injuries.
LONDON, March 23 The Galloper Shoals lightship, making
one of the channels at the mouth of the Thames was destroyed by
German submarine yesterday.
German steamer Esperanza, to Constantinople with food supplies,
sunk in Black Sea by Russian warship. Crew captured. A score of
small sailing vessels with food, also sunk, is report.
WASHINGTON, March 23 Senate today passed Chamberlain's
bill providing that number of cadets at W est Point be doubled.
LONDON, March 23 Japanese liner Hokoko Maru, is posted as
missing by Lloyds.
PICKING, March 23 Yuan Shih Kai quits as emperor. Demand
not being unanimous, he declines office.
WASHINGTON, March 22 General Pershing close upon flee
ing Villa, says report. Villa and his forces supposed to be somewhere
in vicinity of Nomiquita.
Senate has planned to enlist 150,000 volunteers at once for service
across border. Senator Sherman, Illinois, introduced such resolution,
which was placed on table until tomorrow. Rumor 100 Americans, are
trying to leave Tampico, and United States is to send battle ship.
SAN ANTONIO, March 22 Missing aviators now believed safe.
Have descended somewhere along line of communication. It is not
feared they are lost.
WASHINGTON, March 22 Senate not likely to change Kitchin
sugar bill. Senate finance committee will meet tomorrow.
Peace rumor is repudiated. No early prospect of peace. Pre
sident authorizes denial that Gerard, at Berlin, awaits peace proposal
Rome hears that Russians conquer Czernowitz. Teutons declare
no success has been gained by Slavs, in great offensive. Berlin
declares that British lost in naval fight.
HONOLULU, March 22 Lt. Ratu, G. L. V., Sukuna, C. G.,
Prince, takes battle scar with him. Served at front for a year and
got many wounds. One bad scar in forehead caused by shrapnel
splinter. Arrived on Niagara today. Prince Sukuna was student at
Oxford when war broke out.
City attorney raps Fennel In immunity deal. A. M. Brown de
clares liquor license inspector overstepped himself in German ship
Leon M. Duffy, drug fiend and trafficker, who was arrested here,
during Carnival week, shot to death in San Francisco.
LEE SUMMIT, March 22 Death removes Cole Younger, noted
outlaw, and one of the last of the bad bands of notorious outlaws
of the west. He was 72 years old.
IIONOLULU, March 22 Steamer schedule of the Great North
ern is up to people of Hawaii. A letter from Stone says propositions
of Honoluluans to keep boat on local run has been sent to president of
the company. He intimates that the keeping of the Hill liner in trans
Pacific trade is up to the people of the Islands.
WASHINGTON, March 22 American line of communication
cut in Mexico. With disaffection growing among Carranza troops a
gainst invasion by Americans, official circles are frankly anxious de
spite pending protocol, under terms of which Carranza and American
troops would act. Unoffcial reports from border most gloomy over
situation in interior of Mexico. That situation is grave was made plain
last night by an appeal to the war department from Funston for more
troops, especially infantry, to defend constantly lengthening line be"
t ween. Pershing and border.
EL PASO, March 22 Two airmen with General Pershing have
been lost. Disappeared in foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains.
Great anxiety felt for their safety. Men lost are Lt. R. II. Willis, Jr.,
and Lt. E. Gorrell. Both considered among best of army aviators.
They took supplies and water for but three days. Orders issued to all
aviators and auto-truck drivers to keep sharp lookout for missing men.
PARIS, March 22 Russian steam-roller is believed to be once
more moving west. Berlin forced to admit retirement from Jacob
stadt. Verdun fight is on again, battle being watched with intense
Berlin still insists that Kaiser's army repulsed Russian attack in
Russia. Reports from headquarters of Russian troops contradict this
ATHENS, March 22 Big war is no place for little Greece.
King Constantine talks freely with Japanese charge d'affaires.
WASHINGTON, March 22 Teutons are heaviest losers upon
sea. Neutral nations lose over 700 ships during war. Germany's loss
is even greater.
CHICAGO, March 22 Sub-committee on arrangements for re
publican national convention, adjourned today to meet in middle of June
to elect temporary chairman.
LONDON, March 22 Irish recruiters hit hard snag. Refusal to
let constabulary enlist, one cause of trouble in Ireland. Clash between
police and society results in rioting. Three policemen wounded.
VIENNA, March 22 Official reports announce another success
ful aeroplane attack on barracks of Italian port of Avalona. Austrian
air squad dropped many bombs. Much damage. All Austrian flyers
PARIS, Texas, March 22 Flames broke out last night and are
still uncontrolled. Have destroyed more than two-thirds of this city,
and have done more than $2,000,000 in damage. Appeals sent to near
by cities for assistance infighting fire. Cause of flames not yet given.
MARION, Ind. March 22 Cyclone struck passenger train last
night, turning 4 coaches over and derailing others. Number of persons
LONDON, March21 British and German warships battle. Each
side claims victory. Sea engagement off Belgian coast when British
sighted 3 German war vessels. The latter turned and ran for Zee Brug
ge, on the Flanders coast. Were chased by British destroyers. A run
ning fight ensued and 2 German boats were hit, says the official an
nouncement. BERLIN, March 21 Battle resulted successfully for us off Flan
ders, says the German official announcement. Three German torpedo
boats and 5 British destroyers engaged. Enemy severed engagement
after receiving several hits, and steamed out of sight at full sed.
Austria claims a hospital ship was sunk unwarned. Official Ger
man cablegram brings report of submarine outrage.
Artillery and aeroplanes active on west front.
LONDON, March 21 Russians claim victory. Austrians operat
ing northwest of Usciecsko, near the Bukowina border, forced by Slav
army to evacuate the bridge head fortifications by which they held their
IIONOLULU, March 21 Metzger answers land charge with
vigorous denial. In comprehensive statement sent to Star-Bulletin from
Oregon, he explains history of the deal. Says row stirred up for ixtsoii-
Lil reasons. Declares that Lorrin A.
ernor i-iriKnam ana mmseii.
Dope is that extra session is coming about May Day. Memorial
from supervisors to Governor probably ready for board this evening.
Gordon fails to how up as Sierra docks. Young man mixed up
in war plot accusation was not put ashore at Pago Pago.
Thurston is trying to smite Gov
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
January February March
Lurlino 92 Jan. 4
Hyades 59 Jan. 6
Enterprise. .131 Jan. 8
Wilhelmina.. 78 Jan. 12
Manoa..'.... 25 Jan. 18
MatsonJa.... 27 Jan. 26
"Hilonian.... 93 Jan. 27
Lurline 93 Feb. 1
Wilhelmina.. 79 Feb. 9
Enterprise.. 132 Feb. 12
Manoa 26 Feb. 15
Hyades 60 Feb. 17
Malsonia.... 28 Feb. 23
Lurline 94 Feb. 29
Wilhelmina... 80 Mar. 8
Hilonian. ... 94 Mar. 9
Enterprise. .133 Mar. 11
Manoa 27 Mar. 14
Matsonia..., 29 Mar. 22
Lurline 95 Mar. 28
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia )
S. S. Wilhelmina To Honolulu and Hll.
8. S. Manoa )
S. 8. Lutllne f To Hnolulu nd Kahulul.
S. S. Hilonian To all Hawaiian Porta via
S. S. Hyades Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Enterprise To Hilo Direct.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
- SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Beginning with the "Wilhelmina," No. 77, scheduled to leave San
Francisco December 15th, and the S. S. "Hilonian," No. 92, scheduled
to leave Seattle about December 25th, the ocean freight rate will be
$4.00 per ton instead of $3.50 per ton between San Francisco and
Island Ports and Seattle and Island Ports.
Jime dable-jfCahuIui Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following Bchedule nent into effect Juno 4th, 1913.
5 33'3X3 1 25
5 3 3 20 1 15
5 'j3 07
5 09 3 5
5 o 55
58 a 53
5J N 47
4 Si a 46
4 45 a 4o
4 44' 1 39
4 4ja 35
8 4 6 35
A.. Wailuku.. L
8 30.6 35
L Spreck- "A
L" Hauia- -A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku -A
2 . 5 A..Puunene..L
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leaTe Walluku daily, except Sundays,
at 5: SO a. m., arrlring at Kahulul at 6:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole Ucket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, wken
baggage is In charge of and on the same train as the holder of the Ucket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Taritt I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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