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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1917.
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On The Other Islands
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. A A. M.
Hilo Friend Remember Captain
Capt. William Freeman, of the
Steamer Mauna Kea, was last week
presented with a brand new Tin Liz
zie by his admiring friends at Hilo.
a Buuscripuon naa Deen quietly circ
ulated among the"buBlness men of the
uay uiy, ana tne popular skipper was
given a genuine surprise.
Will Press Prohibition Bill
Senator Chillingworth has declared
his intention to press his prohibition
bill despite the republican platform
plank against tampering with the pres
ent liquor law. Chillingworth says
the platform was formed after he was
in office, and therefore he is not
bound by it.
Would Change Election Dates
It is possible that the election dates
for the Oahu county primary and gen
eral elections will be set back a month,
if a bill Introduced last week by
Representative Lorrin Andrews car
ries. The reason, it is understood, is
that it is expected that the new chart
er bill for Honolulu will be passed in
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Hawaii County Losses Damage Suit
The United States circuit court of
appeals, in San Francisco has render
ed a decision in the case of the Hala
wa Plantation Company vs. County of
Hawaii, awarding damages to the
plaintiff company in sum of $11,727.79,
tne iuu amount claimed. The case
arose OUt nf n flra In rana flolrl (n
Kohala, caused by road laborers who
were burning brush along the road.
me territorial courts round against
me county, which appealed to the
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uuueu states court.
Skeleton Found In Cave
Workmen at the Wnlntn nnarrv nn
Hawaii, last week broke into a small
cave in wnicn was touna tne nones
of a man together with the remains
of an old leather bound trunk. On
the trunk was a name plate bearing
tne name "I. Gowen." Two brass
brass buttons were also found, evid
ently of French manufacture. No ne
in the neighborhood knows anything
aDout me mystery, ana it is even a
puzzle as to how the remains could
have reached the cave, though there
is a bare possibility that they have
been washed in by the sea.
Miss Malle Vicars, of Hilo, won a
spectacular tennis contest from Miss
Edith Stubbs, of Australia, in a wo
man's tournament now going on in Ho
nolulu. The young woman, who is a
Punahou student, is hailed as a com
ing world champion.
Kan Yen, the snappy little Chinese
catcher of Honolulu, is to be given a
tryout with the Portland Beavers,
while the latter are in Honolulu for
their winter practice. Manager Mc
Credie has expressed the belief that
"KanJy" will make a big hit on the
Coast this season.
C. C. Kennedy, of Hilo, who suffered
a paralytic stroke about a week ago,
is reported to be improving slowly.
A plan, is on foot in Hilo to organize
a local branch of the American Red
Cross Society. Temporary officers
were appointed at a meeting held last
week, who were instructed to take
steps towards securing a charter.
by territorial funds on all of the is
lands eXCPnt Mnlll. nnrl thnt Mnnl hurt
of course borne her share of all this
Aak Help For Sanitarium
The nped of lihprnl snnnnrt trr tVm
Kula farm and sanitarium was point
ed OUt. and the Ipelnlntnra nrircH tn
make appropriation for the purpose,
inasmuch aa the institution is more
than a county affair.
Backs Farm Loan Bill
While not Willing tn Mttimlt Haolf
on the merits of the farm loan bill
advocated by the Haiku Farmers' As-
Butiauon, tne cnaniDer went on record
as believing In the nrincinle of such
a measure, and it therefore recom
mended to the legislature that a bill
or mis Kind be enacted.
Little Fish Law
The chamber urIcpiI thnt tho law
Iative to twenty-foot nets for catching
the small halt flshrQ Inn anil noV.ii ho
changed so as to apply equally to all
the islands, instead of applying only
to raaui as at present.
More Money For Ollnda
Inasmuch as D. F. Balch, loan fund
engineer declared that about $30,000
would be nreded to rnmnlolo tho now
reservoir at Olinda with a concrete
lining, this amount was asked by the
Would Have Grape Growers Aided
Because the Kaupakalua Winenr is
not to goin? to make any wine this
year, and the Portuguese grape grow
ers of the district are hard put to
know what to do with their grapes,
the legislature is asked to amend the
law SO as to I)frm It thenA rrnwari tn
make wine and sell same in any quant
ity at a nominal license fee. It also
asks that the legislature lend any oth
er aid tn its power to providing means
for flndine other iia fnr th irinmba.
Maui Members Oppose
Changing Election Date
Fireworks, the first of the session.
were set off in the house this morn
ing when house bill 18, introduced by
Representative Lyman of Hawaii and
providing that elections tn all counties
be held the third Tuesday after the
third Monday in June, 1917, and pro
viding that officers take office the
first day of July, came up for third
Representative Tavares of Maui
had proposed an amendment deleting
Maul from among the other counties.
He said that' the Maui county election
law was working nicely, and that he
did not see how Representative Ly
man dared dictate legislation for
'We are satisfied with our county
election as it is," asserted Tavares.
Lyman retorted with the statement
that the people are getting tired of
long, drawn-out campaigns. The bill
was deferred until tomorrow. Star-Bulletin.
ARE THE BEST
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ALL-GOOD MARKETS AND
GROCERIES SELL THEM
Hawaii Meat Co., Ltd. - - - Honolulu, T. H
TT "ONOLULU, March 1 Forbes announced after meeting of
Utilities Board meeting, that he will resign from body when Inter
Island investigation is ended.
Proposed Honolulu charter of convention meets with opposition,
chamber of commerce endorses amendments. Public hearing of civic
organization opposes, but plan is likely to go through despite this.
Twenty-fifth Infantry beats Portland ball team 4 to 1.
Pnlama Cctflamant 1 1 ' : r t . ,
. uviiinuiui uius mg swimming meet tor July. Will be
biggest affair of kind ever held in Islands.
Ad Club discusses and favors the Olympiad plan for mainland and
WASHINGTON, March 1 Japanese embassy officially declared
that under no circumstances would German proposal be considered.
Reiterated allegiance with Allies and friendship to United States.
PARIS, March 1 Germans have fallen back behind Bapaume.
Pall of town is imminent. Germans destroyed dug outs and provision
depots, and trenches are useless.
BERLIN, March 1 Army headquarters announces a voluntary
systematic withdrawal from part of German positions on both banks
of the Ancre, on Franco-Belgian front.
LONDON, March 1 British are pursuing Turks along Tigris
Remnant is shattered. Hostile aeronlanes dmtmeH hnmKc
stairs. No details.
TOKIO, March 1 China severed diplomatic relations with Ger
NEW YORK. March 1 TirWIsli a0a : i. . C(
mile front, and some places four miles deep.
DisDatches Iffim Havana sav tl-ifit TfnitnA C.n ' t i ,
i ... iimvu Pieties Midlines nave land
ed at Guatanatno to protect sugar estates and other property. Fear
""vu """is ucsu ucuun oi growing crops.
niirvA, February Its Bernstorff sailed last night
HONOLULU. Fehniarv 2ST .VfTlan intrnlitfoi. kill . .
(ln, rrm . i .,, . 7 '. . "'"wutta iu nirui)nare
sUUO.OUU to LRU Id eitrht armnnpe in T4a,-aii j .i
j i r rt.n . . uihj, Miiuuici uni intro
duced tor $SUUU for Kula pipeline. Leal's Sunday barber bill nermite
barbers shops keeping open till 10. Bill prohibiting women teaching
....wov nujuauuj cam or more mommy.
A large percentage of the members of the House annxar f,
prohibition and plebiscite. This last feature is held to relieve members
UI iy pieuges not to molest present liquor laws.
BttKWJN, February 28 Teuton offensive in northern Rumania
t-dtuuieu nin position with iuu prisoners and II machine guns.
i? ioc . casualties lor February: 1343 officers:
w,ioj men. untisn still advancing' along Tigris anrl TnrWc ar fl;
n nin t- oo- uvv nit.
rvK.CJ. reoruarv ZH Press mmmeni; nr. r:u. ' j .
' r inuuence,
a mwdius war.
was not sunk by Austrian submarine.
It is assured senate will tint taV artlnn fn- in
j u tt a - -lw iwi aiiinu ncuiraiiiy until
passed bv House. After rnnmni-o Kot.,.on c t. i r
- ' - -.......v.v. umiiiii dciwiui oione ana Ke-
presentative Mann, House foreign affairs committee, reported Flood bill
wx,wiiv.u iv i v u x i r.iut 1 1 1 111 1 a.' f- r ann n m n r i tt rr -ni-.. i,.... .
w - - t;-"- Hw.vuuuig pi wiiiuiuun Kvernment
war insurance to ship carrying munitions. Measure carried $100,000 000
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i-iiucucan consuls detained in Uermanv wh e n
awaits official advices. All German consuls ordered from Central and
u r tt i 3. I1."?0 Pr?ceed. Action based on circumstances no
wi yj. c.. U1C uciauung oi consuls Miner at Havana, while proceed-
Increase $37,500,000 army appropriation ordered by senate. Milit
arv bill to carrv $277.4Sf) 7m nr tin rmnnnn : . .
- - -j t 1- , v.vjvuuw in causs present law.
Senate finance committee agreed virtually to withdraw all amendments
IT! VAtinflf am I
... luiugm uu cuicigency revenue Dili.
TVfV HAP.ITU T?k 10 r . ..
ri l itu'u,l oermany orrered to replace seven
iJutch merchant vessels with German freighters until war ends on con
dition that Holland purchase afterwards.
, WASHINGTON, February 28-Federal farm loan bank officials
i.rtvc pidLcu xiau 01 enure nrst issue ot bonds with
r1"10 i new iotk oanKers at tour and a half percent. Farmers
iu uc tnargeu nve ana a nail.
XT - t t 1 v"",u" '"'S'u tummanaer 01
rst Infantry, N. G. H., because regulations prevent regulars holding
111 till II lldi
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Kali. Wallu-
ku, on the second Saturday and fourth
r 1 may oi eacn montn.
All visiting members are cordlnllr
invited to attend.
A. C. RATTRAY. C. C.
J. H. PRATT, K. R & S.
SUted meeUngs will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahnl 111. nn th flrar
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially In
vited to attend.
H. K. DUNCAN. R. W. M.
W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary.
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on the Grades?
The cylinders require cleaning. Overcome 80 of such troubles by
Imply pouring Into each cylinder an ounce of
JOHNSON'S CARBON REMOVER
Five minutes' time and no labor required. Inexpensive efficient.
Has no action on any metal.
1 Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIALS
KiaZ St. Honolulu
Fastidious Men, and Women of
, GOOD TASTE
who appreciate spotless linen and lingerie, aend soiled garments to
us because they have learned that our cleansing Is always thorough
, J. ABADIE, Prop.
Jno. D. Souza, Pala Agent M. Uyeno, Kahului Agent
Jack Llnjton, Walluku Agent
1917 Indian Motorcycles-Honolulu Prices
Powerplus twin cylinder, cradle $295.00 $305.00
spring frame, 3 speed model.
Develops 15 to 18 horsepower
on dynamometer test
Powerplus twin cylinder, cradle $335.00 $345.00
spring frame, 3 speed model,
with complete electrlca
equipment Including amme
ter. Develops 15 to 18 horse
power on dynamometer teBt
Improved side car with adjust
$100.00 , $110.00
Standard delivery van with ad
justable axle, body dimem
Justable axle, body dimen
sions 40" long, 21" wide, 21"
high, metal cover with latch.
$130.00 cash and
payments of -$25.00
$145.00 cash and
ments of $25.
$50.00 cash and
s i z monthly
payments o f
$50.00 cash and
payments o f
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DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The First National Bank
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