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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917.
By Deputy Territorial Veterinarian
In accordance with Rule 12 of the
Board of Agriculture and . Forestry,
pertaining to the suppression, control
and eradication of Anthrax, the fol
lowing districts or paddocks are here
with declared quarantined in bo far
as all live stock and other animals
and their products are concerned.
1. The Apana paddock. (Haleakala
2. The premises at Makawao own
ed or controled by Miss Crook.
3. The Home paddocks of the Hale
4. The Maliko Pasture and Adjoin
ing Paddocks of the M. A. Co.'s Grove
6. The Camp Seven Pasture, Kihei,
of the Hawaiian Commercial and
6. The Kihei Pasture (Camp Kihei)
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co.
7. The Upper Kula Road from the
Postoffice corner at Makawao to the
8. The Road leading by the Apana
Pasture from the Post office corner at
Makawao to the Puukalanl Road.
9. The Old Kula Road from the
Camp Six road to the Maaloea Road.
10. The Road through the Pasture
from Kaluanui to Hamakuapoko.
11. The road through the Camp
Seven Pasture to Kihei.
12. The Ollnda Road from the Ma
kawao Catholic Church to the Olinda
Until further notice no live stock
can be taken into that part of East
Maui which lies East of the Kakipl
Gulch without special permit.
Live stock from all other parts of
Maul Intended for shipment to Hono
lulu must be accompanied by a special
permit issued by the Deputy Terri
torial Veterinarian. Application for
such shipment should be made at least
forty-eight (48) hours previous to the
day of shipment, will be issued for
live stock intended for Immediate
C. J. FITZGERALD,
Deputy Territorial Veterinarian.
Notice Is hereby given that until
further notice the shipment of all
animals or hides from the Island of
Maul to other Islands of the Territory,
or to the Mainland Is prohibited on
account of the presence of anthrax on
BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND
J. C. Fitzgerald .Veterinarian.
To Automobile Owners Regarding
You are hereby notified that on and
after Monday, August '13th, the ord
inance requiring dimmers on electric
lighted cars, (including Fords) will be
strictly enforced and drivers of cars
without such dimmers will be arrest
ti. No excuse thereafter will be ac
cepted. CLEMENT CROWELL,
Sheriff, County of Maui.
To Whom It May Concern:
As it Is the intention to immunize
against anthrax all animals in the
pastures of the H. C. & S. Co.
Notice Is Hereby Given to all hold
ers of pasture permits from this com
pany, that this course must be by
hem assented to or they are hereby
equired to surrender their permits
nd remove their stock from the Camp
ne stable paddock not later then
Thursday the 2nd August 1917.
From and after this date pasturage
111 only be permitted to immunized
H. C. & S. Co.,
per BEN WILLIAMS,
.Aug. 3, 10.)
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers. In Probate.
n the matter of the Estate of Kaunuhl
Joseph Kekahune Staunton, late
of Paia, Maul, Deceased.
RDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL
On reading and filing the petition
and accounts of Eugene Murphy, Exe
cutor of the estate of the above named
deceased, late of Paia, Maui, wherein
petition asks to be allowed $467.50
t ' charged with $587.00 and asks that
e same be examined and approved,
id that a final order or distribution
' the remaining property to the part
s thereto entitled, and discharging
our petitioner and his surety from all
' ther responsibility herein.
IT IS ORDERED that Thursday the
th day of September, 1917 at ten o'
ck A. M. before the Judge of said
urt at Chambers at this Court room
Wailuku, Maui, be and the same is
eby appointed the time and place
' hearing said petition and accounts,
' that all persons interested may
and there appear and show cause,
y they have, why the same Bhould
be granted, and may present evld
. as to who are entitled to said
ated Wailuku, Maui, T. H., August
(Sgd.) W. S. EDINGS.
Judge of the Circuit Court,
Second Circuit, Territory of
W. S. CHILLING S WORTH,
(Aug. 10. 17. 24, 31.)
Red Cross May Take
Meeting To Be Held Next Sunday To
Consider Matter A. L. Castle To
Advecate Proposition United
Effort Is Object
Forthe purpose of conslderingthepro
posillon of affiliating with the Amer
ican Red Cross Association, the ladies
comprising the Hawaiian Allied War
Relief committee have called a meet
ing at the Paia Community House for
next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'
clock. At that time A. L. Castle, who is a
leader in the Red Cross work In Hono
lulu, will address the gathering on the
subject. All women of Maul interest
ed in war relief work in any form are
invited , through special notices sent
out, to be present. Men are not in
cluded in the invitation but for fear
Mr. Castle may feel lonely a number
of men who are interested in Red
Cross work have announced their in
tention of attending.
Since the United States has become
involved in the European war it has
become particularly evident that all
relief work should be handled through
one organization in order to secure
greatest efficiency. The American
Red Cross Association is naturally the
organization that will fill this place
since It is the one authorized by act
of congress, has the President of the
United States as its head, and is semi
officially a part of the government.
The people of Hilo recently united
in forming a local Red Cross chapter,
and have secured a charter. Honolu
lu, it Is understood, is now also
practically united and working through
the National Red Cross, where until
recently a number of societies were
collecting funds and materials inde
pendently and sending them through
various channels to Europe.
Confessed He Voted
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entire Wailuku police force been
thrown Into the breach. Sheriff Cro
well put every man he could possibly
spare at the work and all worked al
most night and day, and without com
plaint, until the work was finished.
The board besides had the assist
ance for two days of eleven boys from
St. Anthony's school for the work of
making the duplicate cards. This
work was also gratis.
No Real Slackers
So fur as has yet been learned there
was no rclual evasion of the regictra
tion on Maui. This in spite of the
report given out from the U. S.
Marshal's office in Honolulu to effect
that the Portuguese of Makawao were
refusing to register. Practically all
the cases of' non-registering yet
brought to light, Sheriff Crowell says,
have been due to misunderstandings,
chiefly In the matter of age.
Voted But Not Of Age
One case like this is that of John
Morreira, Jr., of Makawao, who came
to the sheriff's office after registra
tion day offering to register, but carry
ing a certificate from a Catholic priest
to effect that he was less than 20 years
of age. In spite of this the boy ad
mitted having voted at two elections.
He claimed he thought he was 21
years old until others controverted
this registration day. He then had the
church records searched with the re
sult as Btated. Whether action will
be taken against the boy for false vot
'ng is not yet known. He does not
have to register.
Priest Opposed Registration 7
The story that a prieBt on Maul had
counseled his parishioners not to re
gister on the grounds that an act
aga'nst Germany was an act against
God, has been under investigation by
Sheriff Crowell and County Attorney
Bevlns, but as yet they have not been
able to trace the report to Its source.
Sheriff Crowell discredits the report.
He has been out on it personally, but
states that thuB far he has been un
able to trace It.
DR. A. P. HOEFFER will reopen
his dental offices in Wailuku on the
16th of August. Adv.
He Seized The Tickets
A German Captain of Engineers,
says I. K. Dawson in the Scientific
American, told how he once sent a
green corporal and three men back
with instructions to put a railroad
station completely out of commission
so that it could by no possible means
be of use to the enemy. The corporal
rejoined the command in a suprisingly
short time considering the nature of
his task. The Captain asked If he
had carried out his instructions. "Ja
wohl, Herr Hauptmann," said the
corporal, "the Russians will never be
able to use that station again. You
Bee," pointing to a large sack on his
back, "I have carried away all the
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BRITISH HEADQUARTERS, August 6 Weather clear and
dryer and artillery recommences at Hollebecke. German positions
bombarded. Gun fire heavy. Canadians advanced 200' yards over 1000
;ard front at Lens in British left Flanders offensive.
BUENOS AIRES, August 6 Final German reply on submarines
is expected within 8 days. Government use interim preparing, should
reply be unsatisfactory.
CHICAGO, August 6 Fund of one million asked by Knights of
Columbus for relief and recreation for catholic soldiers has been over
subscribed and will be increased to five million.
ATHENS, August 6 Alexander takes coronation oath. Venizuelos
was prominent during ceremony. Both he and King cheered.
COPENHAGEN, August 6 Informal reception in reichstag Sat
urday, celebrated 3rd anniversary. Kaepss reviewed war and declared
enemies were responsible. Germany will fight until guarantee of secur
ity of Europe in the future is obtained. Michaclis says "We all know
what we want and will hand patrimony intact to future generations.
Guarantee children against misfortune like this and preserve country
by strong wise peace. Germany must retain ground and be sure of
wealth and development. Let's swear fidelity to emperor. Long live
the fatherland." Empire cheered.
TETROGRAD, August 4 Kerensky's cabinet with exception of
vice-premier Hekrasoff, resigned. Later withdrew resignations with
exception of Terestchenke, foreign minister and Tchernoss, minister of
agriculture. Latter was cause of row. Charged with implication with
German gener.nl staff. Said he resigned to permit free action in re
futing charges. Another cause of trouble was breakdown of media
tions between constitutional democrats in cabinet. Kerensky proposes
final attempt to reconcile this minority. Reported that military governor
of Petrograd has been assassinated.
BRITISH PORT, August 4 Crew of the submarined Belgian
Prince, forced to line up on divers deck, life belts and outer clothing re
moved and life boats smashed. Submarine then proceeded 2 miles and
submerged with men still on deck. Thirty-eight drowned.
German officers who are prisoners admit serious shrinkage of Ger
man man power. All the class of 1918 and part of 1919 are now fighting.
Commencing to fear losing of war and say it is costing Germany 10,
000,000,000 marks interest alone annually.
MUSKOGEE, August 4 Bands of negro and indian farmers, de
stroy bridges and wire communications in parts of Oklahoma.
Threaten to raid ranches and stores in anti-draft demonstration. Hun
dreds of armed men ordered to shoot to kill and large supply of am
munition sent to scene of outbreak.
HONOLULU, August 3 Hawaiian Hotel formally transferred
to Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. today.
John Watt and Joe Stickney suspended by A. A. U. for participat
ing in an unsanctioned meet in Hilo.
Capt. Elvid Hunt, 1st Infantry, chosen to command reserve corps
Matson bark Rithet burned at sea. Crew of 16 in open boats for
10 days arrived at this port all in, this morning. Ate raw potatoes. The
Rithet left Mahukona on July 17.
Board of health burns buildings of Farm dairy in Moiliili on ac
count of anthrax.
Huber holds that unless new regulations are made aliens will not
be drafted. Army regulations bar Japanese not born in Hawaii. Status
of Filipinos is still undefined.
, ? orPral B- - Gr'gg'n headquarters troop 4th Cavalry, instantly
killed when auto capsized.
For Harvest Home
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Strong Tennis Teams
The tennis contest tomorrow promi
ses to be the hottest thing of the kind
ever held on Maui owing to the fact
that Oahu has an old score to settle
with Maui and has evidently Belected
the very best she could muster for
the big contest this year. The Oahu
teams are as follows: Castle-Ffleuger
Crown-Davis, Nirton-Worral, Bockus-
lers are Lindsay-
HIGH PRICE CVF LEATHER
REVIVES WOODEN SHOES
and shoe manufac-
Hirers will lea
n with interest of a
in London for solving
problem. It is that
the boot Mipplji
there should be
a more extensive use
of clogs. Leal
ier is exceptionally
dear In England
lis well as in America,
and a noted clofj maker with a flour
ishing business has told a representa
tive of the London Evening News
clogs are comtng more and more Into
vogue. Hundreds of London school
children are now wearing clogs, which
cost about three shillings a pair (73
cents), and London County Council
school teachers have been providing
clogs for ill-shod pupils, who have
been paying for them by weekly in
stallments of three pence The price
of leather, slates a writer in the paper
mentioned, suggests that the city man
of the future will clatter to business
In hie clogs. "For country wear one
tan buy an elegant pair of lace-up
clogs at a quarter of the price of
equally efficient boots." Apart from
the attention that they would attract,
there is no reason why these Should
not bo worn in town. There is nothing
undignified in the clog worn by the
Lancashire or Yorkshire textile work
er. Not a few of the captains of the
text'le industry have themselves worn
clogs, and some at least would not be
ashamed to wear them again, we are
told. The present home demand in
England is so great that an order for
100,000 pair of sabots for the Belgian
government has Just had to be dec
ed by a British clog-making firm, wh
received an award for its clog show .
the London exhibition in 1862.