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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
Those Who Travel
THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916.
Newest.Coolest hotel in Hawaii
fort Street. Honolulu
K. MACHIDA IuA Store
The Best In Town
And a I'p-To-Pate Soda Fountain
Give Us a Trial
M'AK RET STREET, : WAILUKU.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo lipid at
the Knights of Tylliias Hall. Wallu
lu, on till1 second Saturday and fourth
Friday of each nioiit I).
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. Or. MART1NSEN, C. C.
P. A. LUFK1N, K. It & S.
FOR CAKE MAKING
AUTO FOR HIRE,
Comfortable and stylihh 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Kates
easonable. Kii up
NUNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
"'rocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Tel-feet Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will bo 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, It. W. M.
V. A. ROUlilXS, Secretary.
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let us make an 8" Ijy 10" lilack
and white enlargement for
you FREE of charge.
All you need to do is to
also send in at least one roll
of films for developing and
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WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market fctreet.
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
10S. lliavv bombard
of f(nin liiiii of
(Continued From Page One.)
there would lie rapid general advancr of American
forces one hundred miles south of 1 .order. Line then established would
he fortified and held until the volunteer reinforcements should arrive,
and thus the fighting would he thrown into enemy's territory, and the
American border protected.
EAGLE PASS, Texas, June 21 Consul Silliman arrived here to
day from Saltillo. lie is the last consul to leave Mexico.
LONDON. June 21 Lt. Immermann, the famous German avia
tor, is reported kiled. Rumored Austrian army is cut in Iwo by Rus
sians. Rumor confirmed. Gen. I'flaiigers forces at I'.ukowina said to
PARIS, June 21 Germans repulsed at Hi
ment taking plaae at Verdun.
I'.ERLIN, Tune 21 Russians lose at Stvr.
HONOLULU, lime 21 75th anniversary
Punahou inaugurated at Kawaihao church, judge Pole iu sided.
and Mrs. Perry of Ililo are last survivors of oldest cl;i lure.
Healani Yacht and I'oat Club dissolves as organization. F. YV.
W'ichmann. president, was named trustee to settle all claims. It is un
derstood that change was made only for purpose of putting the club
into another form of organization. It was organized in 1X94.
P.ernice Lane, Hawaiian mermaid, will go to coast to swim in the
national national women's championhip meet. Miss Lane defeated
Frances Cowles, PacilieCoast champion, and Lucille Legrosse and
Helen Rosa, island swimmers.
. EL PASO, June 21 Mexican war clouds rapidly growing black
er. Note stops all dodging of pledges by Carranza. Mexican leader
must keep order and his word to 'the United Slates, or light, says note.
He is warned that if he persists in threats against America resort to
arms must follow. Carranza is reported to have addressed people of
Mexico as follows: "People of Mexico do not wish war with United
S'ates and there will be no war unless American punitive expedition is
sent into country. We shouldavoid war, but not at the sacrifice of our
In some uarters this is taken to mean that the de facto government
is getting ready to back down.
WASHINGTON, June 21 Official Washington is reported to
believe that there is no way out of the Mexican trouble except by
f ghting. Funston is calling for 7000 men for border. Orders i ssued
yesterday making embargo on arms and ammunition more stringent on
border. Threat of war finds guardsmen eager but not ready. Recruit
ing offices are packed, but it may be a month before troops can start.
New battle cruisers and dreadnaughts are asked for by President.
Secretary Daniels writes senate requesting addition to navy's ships and
TOKIO, June 21 Crews belonging too Nippon Yusen Kaisha
demand increase in wages of 30 per cent or they will strike. Declare
company has been making big profits since European war.
LONDON, June 21 Hammer-blows of Russian army smash
Teuton defense down. Russians cross Sereth river and capture 3 im
portant junction points, breaking Austrians' line and routing them.
Slavs under P.russilolT reported in close pursuit.
WASHINGTON, June 20 Militia regiments may be entrained
and rolling southward by tonight. War department is today telegraph
ing states asking for definite information as to which forces in these
states are ready to move at once.
SAN DIEGO, June 20 Admiral Cameron Winslovv, commander
of Pacific fleet aboard his flag ship, the San Diego, sailed from here to
d ay .presumably for Guaymas or Mazatlan. The destroyers Hull, Trux
tonand Hopkins followed San Diego closely.
WASHINGTON, June 20Uncle Sam tells Carranza flatly that
United States troops will stay in Mexico. The American note is sharp
BERLIN, June 20 German troops under Gen. von Lingsingen
and other commanders succeeded in checking great tide of Slavs and
are in turn gaining against enemy according to official announcement.
Germans declared to have broken Russian resistance at various points
northeast of Lutzk and to be fighting their way forward.
PARIS, June 20 Three German attacks made today northwest of
Hill 321, but all were repulsed. Germans are pouring out a heavy
bombardment on Vaux, Champitre and Chattancourt.
HONOLULU, June 20 Word from Tokio to effect that Art
Smith is considered the greatest man in the world. They first pelted
him with brickbats and next load him w ith medals. He will return
home the most idolized man in Japan.
Expected sugar prices to go still higher. New York advices are
that advances are likely to come in October.
Ewa plantation will pay 2 per cent in addition to regular month
ly dividend. Total disbursements will amount to $150,()(X).
Proposed bond issue is useless for road needs. City Engimer will
present to supervisors an estimate that far exceeds $750000. Water
and sewer work require large amounts. Pelt highway proposed would
alone take more than $1,000,000.
SAN DIEGO, June 20 -One Mexican state begins war rnd Amer
icans detained. Encounter in which 1 American is wounded and 2 are
taken prisoners is reported in radiogram to Admiral Winslow. Navy
men on duty in Gulf of Mexico have contact with Mexicans. No lives
lost but one American seriously wounded.
GUAYMAS, June 20 Posters are being put up in all Mexican
cities calling people to arms against the United States. Authorities re
ported to have ordered imprisonment of all Americans. Refugees are
trying to reach U. S. ships Glacier and Cleveland as are also foreigners.
EL PASO, June 20 n000 Carranza soldiers erported to be between
Auevo Laredo and Lamposa. .American Consul J. 11. Johnson of Mata
morus arrived at Prownsville yesterday.
W ASHINGTON, June .20 President Wilson preparing his note
to the defacto government is ignoring all demands and claims set forth
in the Carranza note.
PETROGRAD, June 20 Russians get master hold onsituation in
Near East. Said that future battle is pending with Austrians beyond
Czernowitz which will force a general German retirement.
Paris thinks victory of Czernowitz may have important diplomatic
results, affecting Czar's Roumanian policy.
SALONlKl, June 20 Campaign in Levant delayed by Serbians
Movement postponed because Serb army is unable to get ready for
ike Gasoline of Qualif,
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Vst ZEROl.ESE, 7he StunJarJ Oil for Motor Can
By sir. Claudine, June 20 Mr. and
Mrs. II. W. Rice. Y. H. Aiona. .Tames
Wriiiht. G. C. Ainnn. Miss Annie Coop,
er, Henry Cooper W. E. Shaw, C. II.
Hall, JiuKt Wallohua, Perry Glrton,
II. Baldwin, Norman Apiopi. Amy Api
opi. Mary Ann Kapol. Miss Hettie Ka
alalcea. Mrs. C. Yep Kee, K. Kanalulu,
K. Iiiiiniaru. .1. P. Kauliane, Alfred Sil
va, Afonir. Mrs. "John Vaseonrellos. S.
KamiUa, Henry Drummond. Mrs. Ella
Hiudy, Miss Lucy Adams, Charles
Masciilie. William Lenox, .1. F. Mowat,
Mr. and Mrs. I!i rt Lytell, Mr. and Mrs.
10. II. Hales, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shu
mer, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Tead. P.. Ir
vine, Tom Peres, Sam Pupuli, John
Jack Allen. K. Pun, William Amsdell,
Charles Eltbr, Mr. and Mrs. Van Pelt,
Miss Jane Harwell, Miss G. Knowlton,
C. R. Baldwin.
Py str. MiU-nhala, June 2(1 Miss
Foster. Miss MrCoiTiston, Mrs. Lnkola
Miss J. Lee, Henry Devenchelle, Mrs.
V.Correa and infant. Master Corra.
Miss V. If. Meyer. Miss Kalua. Her
bert R nnie.Charles Kaupono, Y. Van
liv sir. Claudine. .Inn. 17 K. Iso,
Mrs. 1). Mahiko. Mrs. San Chan. Miss
R Tain Sim:. Mrs. Aki Wonir. S. Pupil,
hi. Sister ri'ivWr.i. R C. Moore, A.
Giirtlev, H. V U. Austin, Mrs. T. Apo,
Mrs. IV A. Apo. MrsW. U.. Haley.
John O'Kolirke. Miss Herei deen. H.
Tanakn. Mrs. .1. Makapo. Miss J. Ma
kapo. Miss S. Mnk.ipo. Mas. J. Makapo.
By sir. Kilauea, June 10 H. B.
I? Penhallnw, C 1) Lufkin, Mrs.J. M.
Little. Miss Little, J. R Gannon. A. J.
Souza. Miss M. Holuholukulani, It. R
Huubes and wife. Rev. C. H. Villiers
and wife. A. Webber. Mrs. A. Ander
son. Mrs. R Kstee, W. V. ropwo, A. F.
Tavares, L. Gay. R Gay, A. Pombo,
Mrs II. W. Kinney, Mrs. J. C. Lorcn
son, James N. Keola, R. C. Searle, J.M.
. -P '
Pleads Guilty Of
2nd Degree Murder
(continued from page 1.)
Kontr Teck. Wong Git, Ah Sec and
Ah Sam; smoking opium and having
opinm in possession. E. Murphy for
deft. Appeal from Lahaina.
William Enos: assault and battery.
Anpeal from Wailuku. E. Murphy for
Lin P.ow: malicious injury. Appeal
Akatsuka: receivinfr stolpn goods.
Appeal from Wailuku. E. Murphy for
J. Kapuni, Helekalanl and Kapioho
Poaha. Appeal from Molokai. Larceny
Criminal Jury Waived.
Manuel N. Calasa: Larceny 2nd de
gree. Appeal from Makawao. W. F.
Crockett for deft.
Soichl Horio: furious and heedless
driving. Appeal from Wailuku. E. Mur
phy for deft.
Akatsuka: receiving stolen goods.
Appeal on points of law from Wailuku
E. Murphy for deft.
Eugene Murphy vs Enos Vincent;
assumpsit; demand for jury trial.
J. W. Ambrose vs Kealakaa; eject
ment. C. J. Schoening vs Wm. Miner and
W. T. Robinson; assumpsit.
Sam Ako vs Mizokami Naokiehi; ap
peal from Lahainp; assumpsit.
John W. Kalua vs Hawaiian Trust
Co., Exsc. & Tr. of will of Polly Kalua.
Action to quiet title.
Civil Jury Wa:ved
Annie Mulvany vs Mary Dunn; act
Ion 1o quiet title.
Tatsuml vs Mrs. C. Omori; damages.
W. T. Robinson, Wailuku Market vs
C. Omori; assumpsit,
Frank C. Correa vs I"). Kapiioho et
al; illegal impounding; remanded
from supreme court.
George Edwards vs Wm. Kalaina:
Kamala Thompson vs Edgar Mor
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
vs S. Nakamoto, et al assumpsit.
Eugene Murphy vs H. R. Hitchcock
and O. Tollefsen; action on the case.
Palati Paki vs Kanalua Pakl et al;
Alfred Nunes vs S. P. Russel; dam
ages. John K. Kaleo vs CoOnty cf Maul;
John Kaimikaup and Chas. KaimJ.
kaua vs J. W. Kalua and Kalmikaua
and Maikunu; ejectment.
Maria Carvalho et al vs Sociedade
Portugueza de Santos Antonio llcne
lic. nte de Hawaii; assumpsit.
Sada Kuwahara vs Yoshinori Kaeh
inoki & K. Honda: Assumpsit.
County of Maui vs Kwong Wo: As
sumpsit. Appeal from Wailuku.
Wailuku Riee Co., Ltd. vs Chin
Chong: Assumpsit, Appeal from Wai
luku. Mat)l r)ry Goods & Grocery Co.. vs
W. E. Salfrey: Debt.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.. Ltd vs
Mav Eekart, Maui Agricultural Co,
Manuel S. Santos vs Sam Sniffen:
Damages. Appeal from Makawao.
M. Tomokiyo vs Nakagawa Yosu
hira: Assumpsit. Appeal from Wailuku
A NECK-TIE PARTY
On Friday. June Ifith. a narir n,,.i
dance was tendered .Tnlin Tfnsa MWm
key at bis home in upper Paia. About
l"i or his young friends ami neighbors
gathered to enjoy a buffet supper on
the lanai, afterwards participating in
a dance. Everybody hail a good time
and John Ross who was celebrating
his Kith birthday, was the recipient
of a "necktie shower" as gift after
gift was opened.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Market Street, San Tranciscc, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
April May June
Cl,,.., Vny. t.u PUd'HT KOI V D Hawaiian lalancla Arrm
JlCaiUir n. K- p. Airire l.r.,t Arrne I. tar. fc. p.
Wilhelmina. . SI Apr. 5 Apr. 11 Apr. 1!) Apr. 25
Hyades 61 Apr. 6 Apr. 6 Apr. l." Apr. IV, May I! May 13
Enterprise lit! Apr. 8 Apr. If! Apr. 22 May 1
Manoa 2S Apr. 11 Apr. IS Apr. 2: May 2
Matsonia... 30 Apr. 19 Apr. 2.", May .'! May 9
Lurline..... Apr. 2.". May 2 May 9 May 16
Hilonian.. 95 At,'-. 27 Apr. :'.0 May f. May .' May 24 June 1
Wilhelmina 82 May ;i May 9 May 17 May 23
Enterprise 135 May C May II May 20 May 29
Manoa 29 May 9 "iay It! May 2.". May 30
MatsonJa... 31 May 17 May 23 May 31 June G
Hyades... 02 May IS May 21 May 27 June f, June H June 24
Lurline 97 May 23 May 3u June G June 13
Wilhelmina 83 May 31 tune G June II June 20
Enterprise 136 June 3 Ume 11 June n June 26
Manoa 30 June 6 June 13 June 20 June 27
Hilonian.. 96 Juno 8 June 11 June. 17 June 26 July r, July 13
Matsonia... 32 June 14 June 20 June 2S July 4
Lurline.... 9S June 20 June 27 July juy u
Wilhelmina 81 June 28 July 4 July 12 July 18
PORTS OF CALL.
3. S. Matsonia )
S. S. Wilhelmina To I!o,ll,lu,a anu MlI-
S. S. Manoa )
S. S. Lurline To Honolulu and Kuhulul.
S. S. Hilonian. ) To all Hawaiian Porta via
S. S. Hyades f Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Ililo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Enterprise Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime Dable Dialiului Siailrocid Co,
. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) B
Tlit, following sebedule went into etTeet June 1th, 11)13.
7 5 3 I
PM PM PM AM AM '
x ! 2 4
5 23 3
'5 36 255 3
A.. Wailuku.. L!
5 20 3 17
5 '"'3 7
5 "y'3 "5
5 M 2 55
5 2 53 .
4 52 4b .7 56
4 45 2 40 '7 5"
4 44(' 39!
4 4 2 35
'7 49 -7
..a ." 5j y o'', 1
Kahulul .. j ' 1 I
..I,! 3-3 6 52 1 42 3 47
7 02 1
I-' 7 "3- 1 53 3 5
.A 9..S7 15
M P M
1 35 5 3
' 45 5 4
2 05 4 lo
I I t I
i 2 07 4 12 .
2 14 4 19
3.4 . 'kuapoko ", 1 1 . ! ! I
iA" 7 231 2 15 4 20
ji- -a: 7 3V 2 23 4 28
I.41 i'auwela.. !,,,, 'Ill
jA.. ..LI 7 35 2 25.4 30
oL.. lUiku ..A 15.37 4', 2 30:4 35
i I i I
TOWARDS PU U N KIN t:
TOWARDS K A llll LI! I
2 1 4
3 1 3
2. i c
A M P M
2 alH) 00 . 0 L..Kahului.. A 2. .t 1'23 15
I I .1
3 00 10, 2.5 A..l'uuiieiie..l.; (,,; 123 05
i ''-- 1 1 -
All traius daily except Sundays.
A Special Traiu (Labor Train) will leare Wailuku dally, except Sunday,
at 5:30 a. in., arrivic- at Kahulul at 5:G0 a. 111., aud connecting with
the 6:00 a. 111. train for 1'uuueue.
DAGUAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried fret
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, whea
baggage is In charge of and on the same train us the holder of Ilia ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will ba
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
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