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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916.
Personal Mention j
Harvey Raymond, of Ulupalakua,
is visiting friends in Honolulu.
County Engineer J. B. Cox was a
business visitor to Honolulu the first
of the week.
Attorney Eugene. Murphy left on
Tuesday for the coast on a business
trip to be gone for about six weeks.
Supervisor R. A. Drummond return
ed home to liana on Tuesday from a
short trip to Honolulu .
P. J. Goodness, auto license inspect
or of Maui, was a visitor to Honolulu
Mrs. Cup Choy and Miss Cup Choy
of Makawao ,were passengers to Hon
olulu by last Saturday's Claudine.
Mrs. George Schrader returned to
Honolulu on Saturday after visiting
for some time in Wailuku.
T. M. Church returned to Honolulu
by last Saturday's Claudine after a
short business trip on this island.
Frederick E. Clowes, acting princi
pal of the Ijahainaluna school was in
Honolulu this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rice were pas
sengers for Honolulu by Monday
evening's Mauna Loa.
Mrs. J. L. Osmer and daughter, of
Wailuku, are making a short visit in
Miss MacMillan, of the nursing force
of l'aia Hospital, is making a shori
visit to Honolulu this week .
Cnpt. O. J. Whitehead and family
have been spending a vacation at Wai
hee beach .
Mrs. William Smith, (nee Ixmise
Pratt) is quite seriously ill at her
home in Lahaina.
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Zedwitz and fam
ily of Lahaina are spending a several
weeks' acation at the D. T. Fleming
Dr. L. M. Cr.se, assistant territorial
veterinar'ar, returned to Honolulu on
Tuesday alter a short professional
James L. McLean of the Inter-Island
Company, spent Sunday and Monday
of this week on business in central
Mrs. Fred Rosecrans, who has been
the guest of Mrs. T. M. Church, re
turned on B'rlday to her home in Paia,
Maui. Advertiser .
Mrs. J. W. Fleming, who has been
visiting in Honolulu for some weeks,
returned to her Hamakuapoko home
Rev. Samuel K. Kamaiopili, pastor
of the Kaumakapili church, Honolulu,
is visiting friends In Lahaina ,this
A. J. Wirtz, the well known Hack
feld representative, returned to Hon
olulu on Monday evening after a week
of business on Maul.
Hugh Howell returned on Wednes
day from Honolulu where he went to
see his son Tom off for New York
where he will enter school .
Miss Rita Rosecrans, of Paia, was
a departing passenger last week for
California where she will enter the
University of California this fall
Mrs. M. C. Rogers ,and Miss Couch,
of Paia, were departing passengers by
the MatP.in'a to the Const.
Miss Franc Eaton, formerly a teach
er at Hamakuapoko, but now connect
ee with the Y. W. C. A. in Honolulu,
is expected tlirs week for a visit with
E. C. Mellor, who has been associa
ted with J. C. Foss, Jr., for the past
two years has resigned his position.
It is understood that he expects to en
gage in business for himself.
Miss Ceo Case, who has been spend
ing the summer vacation with her par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Case, of Wai
luku, will leave early in August for
the Coast to resume her studies in
M. G. Santos, editor of the O Lu
so, of Honolulu, spent last week on
Maui look'ng into the condition of the
Portuguese small farmer and home
steader on this Island. He returned
to Honolulu on Monday night.
John Ambrose, sugar boiler of the
Maui Agricultural Company's Mill at
Paia, expects to leave by the August
Lurp.ne for California, where he will
visit friends and place his son in San
ta Clnra University.
The party composed of Mrs. Chas.
B. Cooper, and three children, Mrs. B.
F. Bishop and Mrs. F. W. Klebahn and
two chilren, who have been spending
the past month on the slopes of Halea-
kala, Maul, returned on Saturday after
a delightful outing. Advertiser.
The Rev. J. Knox Bodel, now of
Hilo, but formerly of Lahaina, will
leave on August 5 with his family for
an extended trip on the mainland.
They will attend the tri-ennial con
vention of the Episcopal Church of
America, In St, Louis, in October.
Miss Clara Pearson, who was for
merly one of the instructors at Pun
ahou and who has been for the past
year on the faculty of the Maui High
School, was recently .operated on at
the Queen's hospital. She is doing
nicely and hopes to be able to leave at
the end of the week. Star-Uulletin.
A. M. Hamrlck, director of the U. S.
weather bureau in Honolulu, arrived
. on Maul by Tuesday's Claudine, land
ing at Han-i, and coming back to cent
ral Maul jtver the ditch trail . This
is Dr. H.Iirick's first visit to Maui.
He expects to visit Haleakala before
returning to Honolulu .
Antonio do Rego, (Paakai) returned
in the Claudine last night to his home
in Wailuku, Maui. He will open a
"poor man's store" opposite the First
National Hank of Wailuku. While in
the city he consulted with the big
chiefs of the Democratic party on po
litical measures to be taken shortly on
Maui by the Bourbons. Advertiser.
Alfred K. Ting last week purchased
the property of Alonzo Jackson on
Vineyard street, Wailuku, for $2500.
All Hana patients in the Malulani
Hospital are doing very well . One
left for Hana on the last Claudine.
Major Penhallow presided, assist
ed " by Lt. Chiilingworlh ,and Lt.
Examinations for teachers' certifi
cates will be held in the Normal
School Honolulu on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of next week.
Officers ef the Medical Corps N. G.
H. stationed on Maui, appeared last
Tuesday afternoon before the exam
ines bonrd to take the examinations
prescribed by the War Department.
A. F. Tnvares, of Pauwela, made a
quick trip to Honolulu this week on
business connected with the Maui
Pineapple Company of which he is
W. H. Field has been re-appointed
by Governor l'inkham to succeed him
self on the Industrial Accident Board
for Maui County . The commission is
for a term of 5 years.
Work of revising the great registei
against the holding of the primary
election on October 7, has been begun
by County Clerk Kaae. The clerk is
on Molokai this week for the purpose.
A special service dedicatory of the
new organ just installed will be held
at the Kahulul Union Church on next
Sunday evening. Miss Carrie Short
will be organist of the occasion .
Dr. F. A. St. Sure after an absence
of over 5 years is again returning to
Wailuku to engage in the practice of
medicine and surgery. Dr. St. Sure,
has many friends w.ho are glad to see
Mrs. W. I. Wells, entertained a num
ber of young folk last Wednesday
evening at a dance and supper at Kui
aha in honor of her nephew, Herbert
Wells who leaves shortly for Califor
nia for further study.
The entertainment given at the Wai
luku Orpheum last Friday night by the
1st Battalion, was well attended, and
about $23 was netted as a nucleus of a
fund for equipping the new gymnas
ium at the armory.
Manager H. B. Penhallow, of the
Wailuku Sugar Company entertained
a large number of the employes ut
his home on Wednesday night with a
smoker. The evening was a most en.
County Sheriff Crowell left for Ho
nolulu on Wednesday where he will
look into the matter of purchasing a
new automobile for the police de
partment, allowed at the last meeting
of the supervisors.
Mrs. W. B. Coale, of Lahaina, who
has been quite Beriously ill at the
Paia Hospital has so far recovered as
to be able to leave the hospital and for
the past few days has been the guest
of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Bowdish, of
Miss Mary Kanehualaka, of Honolu
lu but formerly of Lahaina died on
Tuesday of this week after a short ill
ness. The funeral was held on Wed
.Hsdy, interment being in Lock View
cemetery at Pearl City. She was 17
years of age. ,
Funeral services for the late Miss
Alice Kealoha, who died on Monday at
her home in Waiakamilo road, Honolu
lu, were held on Tuesday, the inter
ment being in the Kalaepohaku cem
etery . Miss Keafbha was 20 years old
and a native of Wailuku, Maui.
For rent not paid, amounting to
$245., suit was filed on Wednesday of
this week by Guy S. Goodness and
Mrs. Rebecca. Nicholas against the
Valley Isle Theatre Company, Ltd.,
of Wailuku. The case will be heard
on July 31.
Dr. George S. Aiken will close his
dental offices in Kahulul at the end of
this month, and will open his new
offices on Main St, Wailuku, about the
15th of August. For the .first two
weeks in August he will be filling his
usual engagements in Paia. Adv.
Richard LUlico, of Kahulul, was last
week appointed administrator of the
estate of his brother, the late George
P. Lillico, of Hamakua, Hawaii, who
met death in an automobile accident
some months ago. The estate is est
imated to be worth about $1400 and
the administrator was required to file
a bond of $1200.
A meeting of the Haiku Farmers'
Association has been called for to
morrow night to be held at the Kuiaha
school house. Some important busi
ness will be transacted, including con
sideration of the adoption of cane
planting for. the district . It is poss
ible that an address will be given by
A. M. Hamrick, director of the U. S.
George Kaleikini, a native of Wai
hep, Maui, died in the Queen's Hosp
ital Honolulu on Wednesday. He was
31 years of age and Is survived by a
wife. He was buried in the Kawaia
Rev. Father J. C. Belssel, pastor of
the Catholic Church, St. Joseph, of
Hilo, arrived by the Claudine, on Tues
day and is making a short visit on
Maui before continuing his journey
home. He is returning from attending
the annual retreat of the Catholic cler
gy in Honolulu.
Dr. J. W. LeApsley, who has been
visiLing W. O. Aiken and other friends
on Maui, left by the Matsonia this
week for the coast.
Harvey Raymond left this week for
the mainland to attend school .
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Burns left this
week for the mainland for an extend
ed isit. They will spend most of
their liine on (lie Atlantic -oas l .
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Lowrey
have had two weeks of delightful
sightseeing on Hawaii and Maui.
Tin y arrived home this morning.
Coke To Get Stuart's
Place Is Now Report
James L. Coke is slated for Judge
T. D. Stuart's place on the circuit
court when the latter resigns from his
position August 1, as he has informed
President Wilson that he will, accord
ing to reports yesterday .
While stating that he is not making
efforts to secure the appoinment, Mr.
Coke admitted that, he would accept
the position were it offered him.
Though Mr. Coke's term of office as
senator does not expire until Novem
ber, he said that this would in no way
interfere with his acceptance of the
judgeship. Advertiser .
M. II. Drummond, territorial bank
examiner, has been In Wailuku for the
past week making an examination of
Hie county auditor's books. He hopes
o finish his work sometime next
Mrs. J. I?. Cox, wife of County Eng
ineer Cox, who has been visiting in
iii'.fornla for several months, arrived
ome this morning by the Lurline. Mr.
nd Mrs. Cox have taken the old "Wa
i:ie Kapu" premises on High St. and
v. itt soon be settled In their new home.
PETROGRAD, Ju1y25 Russians after capturing various Turk
ish strongholds are surrounding Erzingen stronghold where large gar
rison is fortified. Russians are within 10 miles of oity.
PARIS, July 25 South of the Somme river today, French captured
some blockhouses. South of Estrees and north of Vermando Villitrs
Germans driven out of trenches now occupied solidly by French.
HONOLULU, July 25 New York court denies Filipino citizens'
rights. Fact that ancestor is white does not make all descendants so,
I larold W. Rice ,of Maui buys Cornwall Ranch property. A. M. Brown
arc! Blanche Walker have sold their interests to him. Price near $250,000
i5,()00 acres are involved, largely a
ranch sale made lately.
Rapid Transit is to push extension if their way is clear,
'.j., t -ii ... .
-.sal "h"1- auwi-vci, win inaennitely
charter may die in niceonhole.
.nUI'U. July 25 Territory loses injunction suit against
i vapid Iransit. Supreme court decides company may increase capital
tock up to $1,600,000. Holds value of property in excess of limit
ation. Action of instigation by governor fails when Judge Stuart is
sustained . ....
Municipal attorney is taken to gambling den. Representative of
Advertiser shows Gorden two joints in operation. N.ew Play uncover
ed on Nuuanu street .while Aala lane is still operated .
Permits to drive autos in Honolulu are for revenue only. Reg
ulations enacted by supervisors are almost wholly disregarded by police.
About the only essential is the $3 ee.
Bourbon platform for Hawaii party practically made . Free port,
ii id government ownership of public utilities ,vvill be important planks.
Commission government meets with disapproval . llomcsteading, equal
. vffragc, state-hood, and national administration endorsed .
Stock exchange business is brisk. Olaa leads with 1914 shares
:r.d Ewa in demand .
Governor l'inkham will probably appoint W. II. Rice of Kauai to
iicneed IX P. R.Isenbcrg on promotion committee.
WASHINGTON, July 25 United States soon will acquire the
Danish West Indies . Sale of islands to be announced with all terms.
July ratification of treaty by representatives of governments needed to
.lose deal. $25,000,000 is price . Washington gives up all claims upon
Greenland and new acquisition may be used as coaling station .
LONDON, July 24 Right of appeal to houie of lords is denied
ivoger Casement. Nationalists begin to move in his behalf. Pope
and many prominent catholics ietition for revision of death sentenae.
Home rule plans for Erin dropjed. Redmond precipitates one of -the
-rccst debates in commons since outbreak of the war.
WASHINGTON, July 25 Uncle Sam ready to prevent harm to
Yankee firms. Vigorous action will be taken to draw out sting from
black list . Wilson is concerned, he admits, to all callers . May make
ormal statement to public this morning, concerning situation.
Senate has confirmed nomination of John Hassin Clarke as succes
or to Charles E. Hughes, on supreme bench . He is a distinguished
PARIS, July 25 Germans cleared out of Cozieres which controls
direct road to Pabaume and straightens out British lines. Struggle
orces Teutons to shift Verdun troops.
EL PASO, July 25 Mexican general blames Americans. Gen.
Hell denies guardsmen are guilty of shooting up Greaser homes as Mexi
ROME, July 25 Italian troops captured important position of
Monte Cimone, on Ison.o front.
PARIS, July 24 Lt. Marchal, noted flier of French aviation corps
reached Berlin and hovered over capital long enough to drop messages.
Flew 807 miles, mostly at night. Landed in Poland and was captured
by Germans. Intended to land beyond Russian lir.es, but had engine
PETROGRAD, July 2-1 Russians in Turkish Mesopotamia advan-
i.ig upon fortified town'of Erzingen. One side of advance guard is
vithin 15 miles of city.
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 24 Turks deieated British cavalry
,U tach'ment east of Suez canal . Turks are pursuing British towards
BERLIN, July 2-1 Only advantage won by British fighting today
on Somme river was penetration of a few houses in Pozieres which
was accomplished with extraordinary losses for British .
LONDON, July 2-1 British captured a large part of the village
and positions of Pozieres on the west front . Also gained near
high woods in direction of Guillemont. Six German destroyers 'engag
ed in running fight with British light naval forces off Schouwen Banks
iarly in morning. German vessels repeatedly hit but reached Belgian
BERLIN, July 24 Returning from Flanders coast ,some German
destroyers this morning went to the mouth of tile Thames river, and
iater encountered several small British cruisers but reached their bases
HONOLULU, July 24 Ex-Mayor Fern is laid up from blood
poisoning of fool. Is unable to attend to duties as city jailer.
City Attorney A. M. Brown buys valuable beach property from J.
Stack for $22,000.
W aimanalo trip may result in military jost. Land owned by gov
crnment is looked at by Governor and army oflicers. Nothing definite
announced. Several thousand acres of public lands available if deem
uceessary. j Conference on hotel plans. No announcement. James Wood,
the manager of St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, R. V. Shingle, and L.
A. 1 hurston talk it over. Lunch today with . workers on promotion.
Definite status may be nVaehcd before Matsonia sails on Wednesday.
Sealed tenders will be received at
this office of the County Clerk, Coun
ty of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, up to
10:00 A. M. Friday August 11th, 1910,
for the construction of a Two Bed
Room Teacher's Cottage at Lahaina,
County of Maul. In accordance with
plans and specifications now on file In
the office of the County Engineer. A
copy of Ihe plans ami specifications
may be obtained from the bounty Eng
ineer on deposit, of $,S.'ti).
A certified check for 5 percent of
the amount of the tender must accom
pany each bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject env and all bids.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OK
SUPERVISORS WITHIN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI
W. F. KAAE,
County Clerk. County of Maul.
Per R. K. WILCOX,
Deputy County Clerk, County of Maul.
July 28, Aug. 4, 1916.
By str. Mauna Kea, July 2fi Miss L.
Hoogs, Miss M. Hoogs, V. H. White,
Miss Anita Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Boardman, Mrs.
Amoy Aho, Master Aho, Hong Chack,
F. L. Hoogs, Mr. Loof burrow, Miss E.
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. William Des
mond, Mr. and Mrss. A. D. Baldwin,
and party, Mr. and Mrs. S. Oyama, Rev
S. K .Kamaopili, Hoon Duck.
OF THE WEEK
e near aSU.UOO
Conkhng claims health officer holds him back. Says refusal to
issue sickness permits prevents collecting fees.
HONOLULU, July 24 Boycott against U. S. business men not
British plan . Consul Gordon explains use and regulation for Hawaii.
Is based on rules of textile alliance in United States. Islands not like
ly to be effected by trading with enemy .
Australia buys 15 vessels to carry wheat. Pays nearly $10,000,000
lor same. Urgent need for moving big crop . Other steps taken to
save record-breaking grain production.
Jay Gould may bring his polo ponies to meet Honolulu's. Local
conditions delight famous New Yory crack polo player .
Fair field and no favor to be republican policy. Central committee
plans to keep hands off in pre-primary campaign.
Democratic leaders are planning asimilarcourse. McCandless
said to now have mayoralty bee in his bonnet .
LONDON, July24 Field Marshal von Hindcnberg's front re
ported pierced by Kuropatkin in hot fighting. Austrians compelled to
abandon Bukowina, Vienna officially admits .
Allies winning ground everywhere. Desperate fighting continues
on the Stockhod .
WASHINGTON, July 24 Blacklist of Great Britain stirs wr.lKfr
U. S. plans retaliation.
BALTIMORE, July 24 German submarine remains in port, not
yet having asked for clearance papers .
Negotiations for insurance on large shipment of gold said to be on
board, are now under way. Reported agreement on rate not yet agreed
LONDON, ulv 24 Sir Wm. Ramsey is not yet in London.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24 City authorities without clue to vill
ain whose murderous machine caused death and injury to so many.
Brother of one victim offers big reward City supplements his offer by
one of $5000. Suspect arrested is declared to be innocent.
WASHINGTON, July 24 Foes close in on bandit . Trap is ready
for Villa. Last night shots were exchanged between American troops
and Mexicans across border . According to guardsmen who reported
the shooting, trouble started when small party of Mexicans fifed on
MILL VALLEY, July 24 Fire on Mt. Tamalpais has been con
trolled after 48 hours unceasing effort.
JUAREZ, July 24 For the first time since Columbus raid, Amer
icans and Mexicans danced together at a fete here last night.
SAN DIEGO, July 24 Rear Admiral Winslow says it is the inten
tion of the navy department to keep fleet in Mexican waters.
PARIS, July 23 Russians again pounding hard at Teutons' battle
: Brussiloff reinforced by men and guns smashing at enemy wes
of Lutsk and taking score in booty and prisoners . 26,000 added to
captured total. Allies now have whip hand, Joffre tells his soldiers,
and Sir Douglas Haig says war will be decided in the west .
CHIHUAHUA, July 23 Villa crushed in fight with Carranza, and
is seeking refuge in flight . Reported he is hopelessly crippled . Tre
vino announces not one moment's rest will be allowed fugitive force.
WASHINGTON, July 23 Blacklist causes anxiety . State De
partment has begun investigation .
MILL VALLEY, Cal. July 23 Mt. Tamalpais swept by uncoiv
tradable forest fires .
'NDIANAPOLIS, July 28 James Whitcomb Riley ,one of
most loved men in the United States, and a well-known Hoozier poet,
dies at very old age. Paralysis the cause of death .
BERLIN, July 22 During last few days German submarines
have sunk 6 British trawlers off British coast. British cavalry now em
ployed in offensive along Somme .
LONDON, luly 22 British steamer Wolf sunk in war zone.
WASHINGTON, July 22 War Department defends Butler from
eiticism. Major of 6th Cavalry is declared innocent of wrong-doing.
His slayer held . Fatal shooting is still unexplained. Spanell held in
jail at El Paso while feeling at Alpine runs high.
HONOLULU, July 22 Hawaii's first station cruiser is on way
here. , The St. Louis sails from Briemerton to be flagship and to accom
modate naval militia .
Option taken by hotel company on Hustace Villa .Deal completed
whereby Territorial Hotel Company secures important holding.
Hilo hears of hotel combine over islands.
WASHINGTON, July 22 Naval bill goes to conference. Fight
NEW YORK, July 22 Infantile deaths increase. 39 and 135
new cases reported today .
GERMAN HEADQUARTERS, July 22 French air squadron
bombarded Black Forest village of Kandern. Woman and 4 children
HONOLULU, July 22 Amy O'Connor, nurs'e, formerly of Hon-,
olulu at Queen's Hospital, committed suicide in Chicago. No' reas
on for act known here as yet.
Dr. Mori urges Japanese youths to join militia. Consul-general is
pleased that American boys of Japanese parentage are patriotic . Gen
eral Johnson has no objection.
Chinese gambling game found to run on big scale unmolested, op
erating almost wide open. Thrives in Aala lane while detectives slumber,
(lames in full blast nnd noise deafening. Orientals show no fear of
police and swarm to dive.
D. T. Fulloway, parasite hunter reports on trip to save melons.
Expert scoured Macao, Singapore, Java and India for enemies of melon
lly. Brings 44 specimens of opius . They survived voyage of 10,000
miles and descendants are busy killing melon pest.
Federal official is victimized in opium bunko game. U. S. com
missioner hears an amazing story in case of suit of Ned Wilder . Clev
er crook sells confiscated dope. Contraband givien him to expose ring
in raid but disappears before officers. Man impersonated federal offi
cials. Factional clouds clearing in republican politics. Party leaders rep
senting business interests confer with opposition to secure harmony
Meeting today may bring adjustment.
Capt. William Briand, formerly here with 4th Cavalry ,is dead.
News indefinite as to cause.
LONDON, July 22 Allies make more gains in terrific onslaught.
Continue their tremendous attacks on German positions. Continue to
make progress . Losses are heavy. Teutons are driven from their
Russians gain one more important strategic point in their advance
into Galicia. '
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