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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1916.
OF THE WEEK
LONDON, November 30 It was announced last night that the
British Board of Trade would assume control of the coal mines in
ales. The 'dispute between the miners and the mine operators has
brought about situation which the government will no longer tolerate.
HONOLULU, November 30 A. R. Todd, who is associated with
the Puget Sound and Alaska canneries, has returned and it is reported
that group of local business men has passed favorably on his recom
mendations, and that tuna cannery may be built in Kona soon.
Jared Smith leaves tomorrow for Napoopoo to become manager of the
South Kona Company, organized by VV. R. Castle with a capitalization
HONOLULU, November 29 The grand jury made a report this
afternoon, in which the recommendation is mode that Iwilei be sup
pressed. Over 114 indictments were returned against women who live
in the district. Ahin, the Iwilei landlord, was also indicted for conduct
ing disorderly houses. Thirteen male habituetes of the district were
arrested. United States authorities advise that all of the Ivilei residents
found guilty be given suspended sentences and an opportunity to re
form or leave country.
Superintendent Charles R. Forbes is planning to make a trip of
inspection over Maui and Hawaii, to make recommendations regarding
public works to the coming legislature.
Willia mMcKay has been appointed successor to Sheedy as general
superintendent of the Inter-Island Navigation Company in Honolulu.
Sheedy is to leave for the coast in a short time. McKay has been in
charge of the Inter-Island office in Hilo for almost twenty years.
Phillips is to succeed McKay in Hilo.
Lum Din, a former Kahului resident, has been brought to the Oahu
prison. The Governor has not yet signed the death sentence.
LONDON, November 28 According to a special dispatch from
Athens, the is great uneasiness among the adherents of Venizelos. The
Royalists have painted a red circle on their houses, including the home
of the Athens mayor, and violence is feared.
Admiral Jellicoe has been appointed sea lord of admiralty. Beatty
is to succeed him in command of the British fleet. Jellicoe succeeds
Emperor Joseph's will leaves fifty thousand pounds to Katerina
Schratt, an actress, who is supposed to have been his intimate.
The British ships and one Norwegian shrip have been sunk.
TOKIO, November 29 Considerable damage was caused by an
earthquake in central Japan and a number of people were injured.
NEW YORK, November 29 The egg boycott has brought the
price down several cents.
PITTSBURG, November 29 The jump in the price of turkeys
has resulted in the refusal of the public to buy the birds for the na
tional holiday tomorrow.
PETROGRAD, November 29 Russian in southern Carpathians
have captured heights south of Kirrlidiba and took 711 prisoners.
WASHINGTON, November 29 Retail prices of the United
States, as a whole, advanced sixteen per cent, according to the Bureau
According to official advices to Washington there were no casualties
when the Norwegian steamer Chemung was sunk.
The German ambassador has delivered a note of Teuton protest,
regarding the subjection of Central Powers and Greece by the Allies.
The note to Secretary Lansing asks that America make protest to Great
BERLIN, November 29 Russian attacks in northern Rumania
gained them successes with heavy losses.
Rumanians in Wallachi are still retreating in disorder.
British attacks on west front have been repulsed.
Several naval air ships have successfully bombarded English coast
and sunk ships.
Two Russian transports carrying 429th regiment was sunk by mine
in October, according to an Overseas dispatch.
PARIS, November29 Serbians captured a htight east of Cerna
A violent battle is progressing in the northeast part of Monastir.
Italians have captured heights of Stena, northeast of Monastir.
HONOLULU, November 29 The Inter-Island hearing took on a
friendly tone today for the first time since the investigation started,
when Auditor Field and Attorney Warren agreed on certain points re
garding the figures of the company into which both were delving.
Discussion still continues regarding earnings and rates of the company.
The hearing will be continued this afternoon.
Treasurer McCarthy says that the island insurance rate is too high
and that the ratio of loss is only thirteen to ninteen, while in New Jersey
the ratio of loss is fifty-one to nintey.
. The grand jury will make a report this morning regarding its in
vestigation of the Iwilei evil. It is rumored that the jurors will de
mand the enforcement of the law and that a number of indictments of
the women and men of the district will be returned.
BERLIN, November 28 An Amsterdam dispatch to Overseas
Agency reports that British cruiser Halifax was blown up by a mine
near Firth Off Port on November 15th. A number of the crew were
Sinc'e the war started the number of British naval ships lost
amount to 121, a total tonnage of 567,950 tons.
A Bucharest report states that the Deutschland on its next trip will
bring Christmas gift from the Kaiser to President Wilson, consisting
of de lux set of American authors' works.
LONDON, November 29 Viscount Muldane was denounced at
a woman's art society meeting as a pro-German and deserving of being
sent to the "Tower." The woman who made the accusation was thrown
out of the meeting.
NEW YORK, November 29 A boycott on eggs has been started
by the National Housewives League which has sent an appeal to Presi
dent Wilson asking for regulation o f food supply prices.
WIRELESS MARKET QUOTATIONS
SESSION 10:30 A. M. December 2, 1916.
'Sugar Price at N. Y. 96 degrees
Kwa Plantation Company
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co
McCryde Sugar Company
Oahu Sugar Company
Olaa Sugar Company
Pioneer Mill Company
Waialua Agricultural Company
Honolulu Brewing & Malting Company
Mineral Products Company
Honolulu Consolidated Oil Company
Ungels Copper Company
Mountain King Mine
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Onomea Sugar Company
Hawaiian Pineapple Company
Oahu Railway & Land Company
Mutual Telephone Company
Hilo Railway (7 per cent Pfd.)
Hilo Railway (Common)
PARIS, November 29 According to dispatches, members of the
entire foreign diplomatic staff here have been removed to Jassy, two
hundred miles northeast of the capital.
WASHINGTON, November 29 Senator Chamberlain of Oregon
will press bill for compulsory military service of youth of United States,
who must serve with colors until thoroughly trained.
HONOLULU, November 28 A resolution asking for more pay
for both private and public teachers will be introduced at the territorial
educational convention, which will be held here Friday.
Following extra dividends have been announced: Onomea, 12;
Honomu, 3; Pepeekeo, 5; Hawaii Agricultural, 6 and Hawaii Sugar,50
Thirteen women of Iwilei have been summoned as witnesses again
st the pandercrs who were arrested in the raid, night before last. It is
hoped that the men may be tried under the white slave law.
Nine vessels arrived in port today and every pier is full.
LONDON, November 28 German aeroplanes dropped six bombs
on this city. Six were injured and other damage was slight.
Two Zepplins raided northeast midland counties yesterday. They
were downed by British airmen, after dropping 100 bombs, and fell in
sea blazing. Thousands of spectators saw the destruction of the great
air machines. One women was killed and sixtv injured bv the Zennlin
With these machines, seven Zepplins have been downed this year.
Official German reports state that German naval forces raided
English coast, near Lavvestoft and captured vessels. American steamer,
Chemung, Norwegian ship, Duisborg, and British ship City of Birming
ham, were among the ships sunk. The Norwegian ship vr.s sunk with
flag flying, which the captain refused to lower. There were no ca;;uali
lies. JUAREZ, November 28 Persistent reports are being received
here that Trevino has evacuated Chihuahua city. Trevino reinforce
ments are said to be assembling thirty-two miles north of city. Car
ranza officials admit that it is a possibility that the Trevino infantry has
deserted to the aid of Villa.
EL PASO, November 28 American officials claim that evacua
tion of Chihuahua was due to the shortage of amunition of the Tre
BERLIN, November 28 The drive on Bucharest is continuing,
within thirty-seven miles of Rumanian capital.
Bulgars have effected three more crossings on the Danube river.
NEW ORLEANS, November 28 American Public Hospital
Ship Mettune arived here with two holes in smokestack, which the ship
reported had been caused by shots from the British steamer Scythian,
Leyland line, on Saturday.
ATHENS, November 28 The government has appealed to
neutral nations for protection against coercion of the Allies.
WASHINGTON, November 28 America may ask Eritish for a
"safe conduct" for the Austrian ambassador. It is believed here that
British will not refuse, if the request is made an official one from
WASHINGTON, November 24 The railroads need a billion and
a quarter additional during the next ten of twelve years to meet the
growing increase of the nations' commerce, according to a statement
which was made by counsel at a Congressional inquiry.
General Perishing's headquarters reports that three women have
been shot by the Carranza forces, who were accused of plotting to kill
Colonel Gonsalves Diaz. The women faced the firing squad fearlessly.
EL PASO, November 24 A dispatch received here states that
Villa has renewed attack on Chihuahua and has succeeded in entering
the streets of the town, where the fighting is being continued.
The Carranza forces lost General A'Costa, two colonels and 100
men. It is claimed that 400 Villaists were slain.
ATLANTIC CITY, Nov. 24 The request for adjournment of the
Mexican conferees has been granted, but a protocol has been signed in
which the United States promises to withdraw Pershing forces from
Mexico, unless border is endangered. The right is reserved to pursue
bandits across the border.
PETROGRAD, November24 The Russians have advanced in
Dobrudja and crossed Karpal river.
BERLIN, .November24 Orsova has been captured. The Ru
manians are broken in morale.
BUCHAREST, November 24 The Rumanians have advanced
along the entire Dobrudja front, capturing several towns northwest of
the Lonstanza railroad.
LONDON, November 27 The fall of Bucharest seems inevitable.
Von Mackensen and Falkenhayn forces have effected conjunction at
Alexandera, forty-seven miles southwest of capital of Rumania. Ru
manian reports confirm the rout of the army and the retreat is marked
by burning villages. Bucharest has been bombarded by leuton aero
planes as was also Chitila and several persons were killed, but the air
machines were eventually driven off.
WASHINGTON, November 27 The general revenue receipts
for the past year were $500,000,000. The increase for the year was
SAN FRANCISCO, November 27 Katherine Simpson, woman
aviator, sailed on Nippon Maru and will fly in various cities in Japan.
She may also make several flights in Honolulu on her return from the
HONOLULU, November 26 Tateishi, the Japanese who killed
ihe mate of the steamer Maui, has been found guilty of murder in the
second degree. Ihe jury was out for twenty-four hours.
The militiamen are back from their camp at Red Hill in good
condition. They will be paid off today.
LONDON, November 26 Latest reports from Bucharest last
night relieve officials here, as regiment which was reported by Berlin to
be cut off Turnu Severin sector has successfully avoided enveloping
On Friday the Reichstag discussed the limiting of newspapers in
the classification of necessities.
WASHINGTON, November 26 President Wilson and cabinet
are seriously considering the placing of an embargo on food stuff, so
the representatives of the groceries association have been told.
Admiral Taylor says that there is little probability of the eight
big new U. S. battle ships being completed before
ATHENS, November 26 Officers who were previously loyal to
King Constantine now refuse to obey him. He has agreed to deliver
arms and ammunition, as demanded by the Allies. The provisional
government is raising an army for war on Bulgar government.
JUAREZ, November 26 Officers of the Carranza army express
opinion that which side is best supplied with ammunition will win at
Chihuhua. One report states that Villa is overcoming defense, and
another that Trevino is holding out with a good chance ot success.
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CLAUDINE SAILING TIME EXTENDED '
The Claudinc will not sail from Kahului on Saturday until mid
night. The sailing time of the steamer has been changed for that day
in order to give all who intend to go to Honolulu an opportunity to
attend the closing exercises of the county fair.
Treat Your Face at Home
FANNY BRIGGS CARR; Famous cucumber face preperation.
Prevents sunburn, removes wrinkles, freckles and moth patches. Pro
duces a good circulation and marvelously improves the complexion.
Alberta M. England
Business Address, 1 1 IS Alakea street, Honolulu.
The Grand Hotel will have fresh bread from Love's Bakery, Ho
nolulu, after the arrival of every boat from Honolulu. All who wish
to be supplied should leave their names, and the amount wanted, with
the Grand Hotel.
(Nov. 18 Dec. 2.)
New Shipment of Fine Candies, Chocolates, Marshmallows, Nut
Tootsie Rolls, Cracker Jack. Just got them in the're fresh. Chewing
Gum, Wrigleys, Beach Nut and Hersheys.
Maui Book Store.
Don't forget our Souvenir Jewelry, Christmas Cards and Club Rate
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