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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 19J7.
On The Other Islands
Primary Election Results On Oahu
As a result of the hot campaign In
Honolulu, Mayor Lane defeated J. C.
Cohen for the republican nomination
for mayor, nearly 2 to 1. Joe Fern is
nominated by the democrats.
Edward Hopk'ns, republican nomi
nee for sheriff, ran only slightly be
hind Charlie Rose, democratic nomi
nee. If he can count on the 835 votes
received by John Hughes, he will de
feat Rose in the general election.
David Kalauokalanl was elected
county clerk with a big majority over
John M. Bright, democrat.
JameB Bickncll, republican, will op
pose E. K. Woodward, democrat, for
D Lloyd Conkllng, republican trea
surer. Is probably re-elected over Juli
us W. Asch, democrat.
A. M. Brown, republican, may also
not have to contest his place as coun
ty attorney with J. L'.ghtfoot In the
The following republicans are nom
inated for supervisors: V. C. Achl,
Vm. Ahia, Chas. Arnold, Chas. Belina,
Ben Hollinger, Daniel Logan, E. A.
Democrat' nominees are F. C. Be-
nevedes, Hugo Kanae, J. P. Makainal
John Markham, W. H. McClellan, Les
ter Petrle, and Jesse Ululhl.
killed. Is reported to hare left quite a
sum of money which represented his
saving. Hilo Tribune.
400 Varieties Of Dahlias
Probably the most beautiful collec
tion of dahlias In the Territory Is that
belonging to Harry Hapal, and the
400 varieties In his garden is a sight
to see. But dahlias are not the only
flowers he has, for hte lilies and be
gonias and other varieties of blos
soms are beautiful. Mr. Hapal sug
gests that Hilo should have a flower
show sometime next August or Sep
tember, Just to show what can be
done here with flowers. Hilo Tribune.
Hawaii Supervisors To Help
The Board of Supervisors, through
Chairman Samuel Kauhane, has noti
fied the Board of Trade food conserva
tion committee that it has appropriat
ed 1,500 for Immediate use in start
ing gardens under the supervision of
the committee. Lincoln Park will
probably be the first public tract of
land plowed up. Hilo Tribune.
Mail Bag Robbed Of $6000
It has Just become known that $6000
in gold was stolen from the mails some
where between Hilo and Kohala some
thing over a month ago. Although
detectives have been working on the
case ever since no arrests have yet
been made. The money was in gold
1 ""is In a Rlngle insured package
The bag in which it was Inclosed ar
rived at its destination locked and in
good condition. It had been carried
by Inter-Island boat from Hilo to Ma
hukona and thence to Kohala by au
tomobile. The shipment was made by
the First Bank of Hilo to the Kohala
A Fair Start.
Why do you object to my marry
ing your daughter?"
"Because you can't support her in
the style to which she had been ac
customed all her life."
How do you know I can't? I can
start her on bread-and milk, same as
you did!" Tit-Bits.
Praises Maul Gardens
"Maui has the finest school and
hnmo o-nrrinnn I Vtnve ever seen." SaVS
Henry W. Kinney, superintendent of
punllc instruction, wno reiurneu re
cently from a trip to the Valley Is
irinnav Dava that the lnrffPRt. school
garden is at Puukolll, where 93 pupils
are tilling the soil. The Pioneer Plan
tation has been assisting the children
hs ollnwinir them tn linn land, and at
present they have seven acres under
cultivation. Principal u. w. wennig
is directing the work. Star-Buiieun.
Deputy Attorney General Named
Cornell S. Franklin, of the law firm
of Thompson, Milverton & Cathcart,
has been selected by Attorney I. M
Stalnback to succeed W. H. Heen as
second deputy attorney general,
Franklin has been in the Islands since
October 1914. He is 25 years old and
a native of Mississippi. The place in
the attorney's office became vacant
when Heen was appointed circuit
judge of the first circuit to succeed
Judge Coke, elevated to the supreme
Youth Freed Of Murder Charge
The jury in the trial of Keawi Kea
wekane, charged with the murder of
George Kanoa, one of the two small
boys foully murdered in Makiki valley
Honolulu, some months ago, brought
in a verdict of not guilty, last week,
The youth will now be tried for the
murder of the other child, although
unless other evidence is adduced the
result may be the same as the circum
stances of the murders are identical,
- Halemaumau Continues To Fill Up
Now less than GO feet below the rim
of the pit, the acttve crater in Kilauea
is higher than it has been for many
years. There is excellent prospect
that the lava will continue to rise and
flow out into the main crater. The
fountain activity is said to be tremen,-
Everybody Elected On Kauai
The primary election last Saturday
settled the whole thing on Kauai. All
county officers were re-elected by the
big nominating vote they received. In
most iOBtances there were no con
tests, and In the few cases where
there were rival aspirants, the men in
office overwhelmed them at the polls
Aztec Victim Left Money
The father of one of the boys
arownea wnen the steamer Aztec was
submarined recently lives In Pahoa,
Puna. Ah Hong, the boy who was
THE HOME OF THE
Stclnwoy nd Starr
'Tarn awfully sorry that my en
gagements prevent my attending your
charity concert, but I shall be with
you in spirit.!
"Splendid! And where would you
like your spirit to sit? I have tickets
here for half a guinea, a guinea, and
thirty shillings." Fliegende Batter.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
M'fis Curley kept a private school.
and one morning was interviewing a
"What does your father do to earn
his living?" the teacher asked the lit
"Please, ma'am," was the prompt
reply, "he doesn't live with us. My
mama supports me."
"Well, then" asked the teacher,
how doeB your mother earn her liv
"Why," replied the little girl, in an
artless manner, "she gets paid for
staying away from father." Argonaut.
Card in a cafe window "Beared
Ad in Chicago Tribune "Situation
wanted. Chauffeur, married, absolute
ly sober; no other bad habits."
In a New York paper "To rent.
Large, handsomely furnished room,
private family; almost private bath."
The American Magazine says of the
Lady cop" who polices a mining
camp: "Ex officio she is the mother
of three children." Whadyamean "ex
officio"? Boston Transcript.
HONOLULU. May 23 Letter from Kuhio states new rivers and
harbors bill includes $105,000 for Kalihi channel; $150,000 further for
Hilo harbor; $10,000, for maintenance of Honolulu, Hilo and Kahului.
Food commission announces a food census is now being taken.
Sanitary Apent I'owman is in charge on Hawaii. Leslie R. Mathews
and Sanitary Inspector Osmers, on Maui.
LONDON, May 23 18 merchant ships of over 1600 tons torpedoed
NEW ORK, May 23 The second phase of the battle of Arras
and Aisne-Champaigne is now ended. British and French hold firmer
j.T'p on German lines and German lose the mitative. Again Germans
practically outflanked in north and evidence indicates General Petain
is planning to make a great drive on the Aisne-Champaigne front.
HAVRE, May 23 Belgian government has received a warm mes
sage from Russia reiterating that Russians are determined to fight on to
Learned here that Germans have recommenced deportation of
Belgians. 3000 have been sent from suburbs of Brussels this month.
ROME, May 23 Heavy fighting in Fravignolo valley, in the
Trentino, resulted in Italians recapturing all positions which Austrians
WASHINGTON, May 23 Lansing has warned socialists that any
one attending the Stockholm conference without passports will be sub
ject to the heavy penalties of the Logan act passed in 1799 which pro
hibits citizens from corresponding or making verbal communication with
foreign governments in relation to dispute or controversies of the Unit
Both houses have passed war budget of $180,000,000 by 309 to 76.
HONOLULU, May 23 Articles of incorporation for Pan-Pacific
Union formed yesterday with Ex-Gov. Frear as president and Castle,
Cooke and others prominent as directors and officers. Object of organiz
ation is to take over the work and proierty of the various Ford organiza
tions for work for Pacific countries and to make Honolulu the working
center for Pacific propaganda. To "promote comforts and interests of
visitors to Hawaii and to aid in assisting those in Hawaii better to under
stand each other, ' and many other objects. ,
Dr. Pratt, of board of health, chosen president of national health
conference, now in session at Washington.
Cohen is bitter. He says he has been double-crossed by big interests
and is threatening to assist in election of rem for mayor.
George Wilcox, of Kauai, donates fund to erect high school build
ing for Honolulu military academy to be ready in September.
Lord Northcliffe writing to Dr. Goodhue, denies any friction to his
knowledge between Americans and British, lie says to his own personal
knowledge there is much friendship.
CHICAGO, May 23 Heads of all railroads operating out of this
city confer on labor situation. Reports general shortage. Suggests as
one solution, the removal during the war, of restriction on Chinese im
migration. NEW YORK, May 23 War news is scanty. British and French
exercising steady pressure on German lines which show every sign of
weakning. German morale breaking, as evidenced by lack of punch in
News further reports that Russian radicals are attempting to force
government to cancel its treaties with rest of ententes and leave Russia
free to make a separate peace.
NEW YORK, May 23 Federal reserve bank bond committee is
working on issuance of war bonds of denominations of $10 to enable
persons of small means to purchase same.
ATLANTA, May 23 1563 houses burned. Plans for rebuilding
city have already been commenced. Relief 7und of $50,000 subscribed.
PARIS, May 23 Brazilian steamer Tiljuca was submarined Mon
day. Part of crew saved.
rl MAUI BOOKSTORE
Hawaiian View and Pott Cards
FOR CAKE MAKING
LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
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.
LODGE NO. 3
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Walla
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. C. RATTRAY. C. C.
J. H. TRATT. K. R & S.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Just received a new stock of
Mattresses, poultry netting,
paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
Wailuku Construction and Drayage Co., Ltd.
TRANSFERING AND DRAYING
The following stock certificates of the Maui Pineapple Co., Ltd. have
been lost. All persons are warned against accepting or negotiating same.
Finders please notify Maui Shinbum.
No. 109, issued to S. Maruyama.
No. 610, Issued to H. Toyoshima.
No. 611, Issued to H. Toyoshima.
No. 112, Issued to S. Yoshimasu.
No. 114, issued to S. Yoshimasu.
No. 636, Issued to Tom Sing.
No. 637, issued to Tom Sing.
No. 638, issued to Tom Sing.
No. 639, issued to Tom Sing.
No. 640, issued to Tom Sing.
W have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
Ws take old pianos In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd
For Sale at Leading Markets and Grocers
Hawaii TVleeit Co,, Ltd
Sole Distributors Territory of Hawaii.