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MAILS NEXT WEEK
LATEST SUGAR QUOTATIONS
By request of the Navy Department
no mention of movement of vessels
will be made In future in the MAUI
per lb. per ton
. 0.005 $120.10
. COO 118.40
Today's Quotation ..
WAILUKU, MAUI CO., HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918.
FIRST OF MAUI DRAFT
WILL LEAVE TOMORROW
Total Of 574 To Be Taken In Next Three Weeks
Will Be Added To Guard Regiments Many
Officers Will Be Needed Chance For Advancement
Seven Plead Guilty ' Grand Jury Probes
One Other Convicted County Departments
Offenders Against Women Are Given
Stiff Sentences By Judge Burr
Chauffeurs Not Indicted For Killing
Maui has at last received lier draft
Sheriff Crowell, chairman of the
local draft hoard was furnished with
Maui's quota the first of this week.
and the first contingent of 86 men
will leave for Honolulu tomorrow
Maui's total will be D74, which
makes allowance for 100 or more
draftees who have gone out In the
national guard or who have hereto
fore enlisted in some branch of the
The men will be taken from Ka
hului by the Inter-Island steamer
Claudine in relays of 86 men each,
beginning with tomorrow. This num
ber takes the entire deck space on
the Claudine, and accordingly no
civilian deck passengers will be ac
commodated from Maui to Honolulu
until all of the draftees have been
moved. The last lot, numbering 58,
will be sent down on July 20.
The draft board has been busy all
week preparing and sending out or
ders and instructions. The first and
second lots were sent out the mi !
of this week and the various planta
tions have been helping to round up
the men and have them ready. The
first 86 have orders to be ready to
sail by Saturday evening's Claudine
from Kahului. The second 86 on the
list are to sail next Wednesday afternoon.
Will Wear Tags
The men from Maui will wear a
distinguishing colored tag on the
left arm to make it easier for the of
ficers on Oahu to keep them separ
ated from other islands' delegations,
Word also comes from Honolulu
that all of the men from the draft
will be assigned to the two national
guard regiments now in service at
Schoflold Barracks. This will bring
each regiment up to a strength of 3442
men and will place them on the same
basis for strength as the European
Each regiment will have treble
the number of officers now on duty,
bringing the number of commission
ed officers up to ninety-nine.
There will be one captain, three
first lieutenants, and three second
lieutenants assigned to each company,
while the enlisted men will have bet
ter opportunities to earn chevrons-
Each company will now have thirty-
three corporals, twelve sergeants, four
cooks and four mechanics, in addition
to the privates. Each company will
be composed of a maximum of 350
Judge L. L. Burr, of the 2nd circuit
court, paused sentence in eiplit nnunu
on Wednesday while Hi
it ling at Lahaina. Seven of ihcsie
had pleaded guilty and one was con
victed in r.hort order by the jury
which heard the evidence.
Mancho Bega, alias Mancho Baker,
held on two charges, burglary in 2nd
degree and of rape, pleaded guilty to
both and was sentenced to not less
than 5 years nor more than 10 years
for the first offense, and for the sec
ond to not less than 20 more than 25
years and to pay a fine of $100. The
man, who i3 a Porto Rican, has had
a bad record having served several
terms for theft and attempted bur
glary. The last crime he committed
occurred less than 2 weeks ago while
the police were looking for him on
account of a Makawao burglary, and
was of most revolt ins nature.
Yee Young Song, for burglary com
mitted at Paia, who pleaded guilty to
burglary in 2nd degree, was sentenced
to not less than 1 nor more than 10
Francisco Atlau, Filipino, who
pleaded guilty to assault and battery'
with a weapon at Waihee, was sen-
Police, Auditor And Water Works
Scored For Slack Methods Re-
ITALIANS HOLD GAINS
LULL ON WEST FRONT
movalsRecommended-PaiaThea- Food Sfflrritv In Andrin Th r.VIl Ure
ter Condemned n J "V'T t,aic" nii ITdl
tzar ueported Mot-llerensky Coming To America-New
Liberty Bond Issue For October Of
Those Who Go Tomorrow
1 Tom Bega, Wailuku.
Leon Sala, Kahului.
Henry Enfu Chung, Wailuku.
Heun Park Yuen, Wailuku.
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Thieves Steal Mail
Box On Haiku Route
(Continued on Page Six.)
May Start Pig Club
Harold W. Rice Offers To Supply Pigs
To Maui Boys And Girls On Their
Notes How Plan Works On The
Raymond To Again
Run For Delegate
Will Not Buck Link McCandlee In
Primal ies But Stand On Non-Partisan
Platform - Has Strong Back
ing And Is Confident
Whether or not the Coun.y Fair &
Racing Association again takes up the
children's garden contests next fall
along lines of the past several con
tests, it seems more likely that it will
in any event stand back of a boys'
and girls' pig raising contests.
Boys' pig clubs have had a remark
able development in many parts of
the mainland in the past few years,
particularly in the southern states.
The interest that has been, aroused
has extended far beyond the. children
and has resulted in a wonderful Im
provement the quality of live stock in
In many sections bankers have
taken the matter up in their communi
ties and financed the young farmers,
even selling them the pigs necessary
to start with, and taking their notes
to be repaid when the stock is market
ed. Local Stockmen Interested
Harold W. Rice, perhaps the lead
ing live stock man on Maui, is parti
cularly Interested in the idea, and
has expressed his willingness to fur-
Honolulu, June 27, (Associated Pres
Honolulu, June 27, (Associated
Press) It is stated here that Dr. J.
H. Raymond, of Maui, has expressed
his readiness to run against McCand-
tess lor tne democratic nomination
for delegate to congress. Ravrond
has several closo conferences with
m rulers of the Lar.e party and 'ith
leaaing democrats here during his
The theft of a mail box on the rural
mail route east of Haiku promises to
have very serious consequences for
the thieves, for the matter has been
reported to the U. S. authorities in
Honolulu and doubtless government
detectives will be put upon the case.
The law is very severe in such cases,
and as it is Uncle Sam's business
and not that of the county or terri
tory the matter is all the more serious.
It is reported that there has been
a general policy of tampering with
mail boxes in the districts, and in one
instance a lot of mail was stolen from
The penalty for stealing or tamper
ing with a rural delivery mail box
punishable by a fine of $1000 and 3
On a even dozen cases brought be
fore the grand jury of the 2nd circuit
court, at its session in Lahaina this
week, S indictments Were returned
and 4 returned as not true bills.
nut tollowmg its investigation of
I he criminal calendar brought before
'i mi uisnor a l)oi v wen n n n
number of other matters touching up
on i lie nnnuiing oi puiilic allairs in
tne county, and submitted a report
that should have good effect in a num
ber of quarters.
The giaml jury for the present- term
was compnsod of the following men:
Charles Savage, David Adam, W. It.
Bootc, Ceorge CocUett, W. E. Saffrey,
E. K. Cockett, S. E. Scott, W. S. Ni-
coll, Roht. E. Cockett, S. A. Baldwin
(t. A. Hansen, Alfred K. Ting, D. T.
Fleming, W. A. Baldwin, W. A. Clark,
Thos. Mcdciros. D. T. Fleming was
Judge L. L. Burr, in impaneling the
grand jury last. Monday morning, be
sides giving the usual instructions
concerning the duties and authority
of grand jurors, concluded his charge
by calling particular attention to the
condition of the Lahaina landing, and
(ho fact that deaths have occurred
KERENSKY COMING To AMERICA
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spokesman tor Ins countrymen.
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leneh deny thev have ever used t ie ratherl r-. I -c ., ,.t.. .: .
while now link- ,s lelt ot the stuclure except the west front and ,,illa
I'ARIS ONCE MORI- BOMBED
Paris, June 28 Several squadrons of Cerm.m id....: i- ,,;.,i,t
penetrated defense of anti-aircraft Latteries which violently shelled the
laitlcrs, who dropped several bombs doing material damage but killing
ANOTHER LAFAYETTE DESCENDENT GOXE
Count Gilbert De La layette, sergeant of artillerv. killer! .-,t Plnm.
pagne, was the third descendent of Lafayette killed in this war.
AAOllU-.K TRLASON TRIAL SOOX
Senate begins-on July 15 the trial of Malzv chanred with hitdi
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GOOD BOMBING JOJ! BY ALLIES"
London, (Ollicial), lune 28 On the niehl of Inne ?i-?7 :,
bombed chemical works of Ludwigshafen factories and railroads at
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(Continuod on Tago Two.)
For 4th Of July
No Trained Horses Will Be Permitted
To Enter Ladies' Race Will Be
Feature Polo Match In After
noon For Red Cross
(Continued on Page Four.)
FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT AT PAIA
Ah Kee, a Chinese resident of Paia,
struck by an automobile list Satur
day evening and so badly injured that
he died a few hours later. He step
ped from behind an auto truck stand
ing near the Tarn Chong store at
Paia and directly in front of a car
driven by Oshiro Ushi. The car was
running at a low speed, and the acci
dent is held to have been unavoidable.
The case was investigated by the
grand jury this week, which failed to
find an indictment.
The deceased was about 35 years
A game of baseball will be played
at Waiakoa, Kula next Sunday be
tween an Ulupalakua team annd one
r,... . : . v. ,
uuaimius me aDove wireless as
to his intention to be in the race this
fall for the dolegateship, Dr. Raymond
yesterday stated to the Maui News
tnat he would not seek the nomina
tion from the democratic party of the
territory, but would be a candidate
on a non-partisan ticket. The Doc
tor had just returned from Honolulu.
"But I wish you would make it clear
that I shall make an independent
fight and not put myself in position
to be counted out in the primary elec
tion by a lot of republicans rung in as
democrats for the occasion. I was up
against that game once, and they
(Continued on Page Four.)
MUSIC CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
The last meeting of the Maui Music
Club until next September was held
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Sam Baldwin, Makawao. It was
also the meeting for the annual elec
tion of officers for the popular organ
ization, the following being elected:
-him. i.eorge Steele, president; Miss
Heusner, vice-president; Mrs. II. I.
Pitchford, secretary-treasurer; and
Ms. L. C. Jones, chairman of program
I he program yesterday consisted of
patriotic music both vocal and In
strumental, and was one of the most
pleasant gatherings of the season.
An important meeting of Aloha
Lodge, No. 3, Knights of Pythias will
be held this evening.
No Chance Just Now
For Kahului Dredging
Kahului will probably not get her
harbor dredged to a 900-foot width
until after the war. This information
reached Maul by wireless to the Maui
News on Monday morning. The plan
had been approved by the local U. S
engineer's office, and on the strength
of this the Maui chamber of com
merce recently adopted a resolution
asking that the sum of $100,000 be
appropriated by congress for doing
In a letter from General Black,
chief of engineers, to Delegate Kala
nianaole, the general says; "In view
of the fact that this basin has been
reported as completed for several
years and no prior complaints have
been received from navigation inter
ests, the circumstances do not war
rant asking Congress at this session
for an additional appropriation to en
large the basin as a war measure."
The third annual commencement of
the Maui high school will take place
this evening at the Paia community
house. The program is of nariicuhn lv
interesting character. The eight grad
uates are Misses Kulh Parker, Kli
zabeth Lindsay, Irene Wells, Oriet
Itobinson, Miyo Voshizawa, Messrs.
David Kapohakimohewa, Lois Mur
doch, and Richard Linton.
The graduation dance by the Class
of '18, will take place at the Commun
ity House tomorrow evening.
Next Thursday is the Fourth
Maui will keep up her reputation of
fittingly observing the day with her
usual race meeting and polo game.
Only this year the unirit of conserv
at ion will be combined with that of
I hero will be absolutely nothing of
professionalism in this year's races.
All l he horses on the track will be
those which have been earninf their
keep tor months past by productive
work. Maui is no longer keeping
horses solely as a luxury. Kven (he
polo ponies are now kept in condition
by doing honest work as cow ponies
and are eating the panic food that all
ciasseu of plantation work horses re
Before the races there will be a flag-
raising exercise in which the specta
tors will take part. There will also
be a short natriotic address bv .1ml
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Maui Liquor Board
Grants Six Licenses
BRITISH LALOR STANDS FIRM
Committee in charge, of labor socialists demonstration srhnrlnlerl
ior July 14, anneals to members of trades unions to nttend "In order
to let America know that even if Paris falls or channel ports are taken,
people of Uritain are resolved to support Allied nations to fullest ex
tent of their energy and power."
ALU LliiLRT i BOND LiLL BEING DRAFTED
Washington, June 28 Bill authori.insi 8 billions in libertv bonds
in addition to all heretofore authorized, is being framed in House ways
u means commiuee m preparation lor issue expected in October.
CALIFORN1A TO GET AIEXIAN LABOR
Sacramento, June 28 Thousands of Mexicans are to be imported
to relieve labor shortage in California, by division of farm labor of state
council of defense.
NEXT ASSAULT EXPECTED ON WEST FRONT
New York, June 28 With the return to almost normal conditions
of on the Italian front no indication is apparent of any intention of Aus-
tnans to resume attacks soon. Lxpectance centers now on the t rench
ivont as the possible scene of resumption of hostilities, Germans are
trying out stability ot various sectors with heavy shelling.
ROOSEVELT AND TAFT ON SAME PLATFORM
Oyster Bay, June 28 Roosevelt has accepted invitation to sneak
at republican meeting at Saratoga on the 18. Tat't also to be a speaker.
Roosevelt in accepting said "Of course it is understood meet inn has
no bearing on any contcsis for nominations to any position."
BUDAPEST IN BAD SHAPE
Amsterdam, J une 28 Budapest (Hungary) advices are that in
parliament on Wednesday, Wekerle drew a gloomy picture of conditions
in Budapest. He said most factories had ceased work while the non
appearance of newspapers had resulted in regrettable spreading of false
umors and tanning the agitation throughout works.
Ann Arbor, Mich., June 28 Gen. Wood made doctor of laws.
HUNS SAY AMERICANS FOUGHT WELL
Amsterdam, June 28 Correspondent of the Koelnische Volks-
.citung savs American uc lenders in northwest ot Seicheprey fought
hopelessly to the last but were outnumbered. Only two prisoners were
taken who said thev had been told Germans tortured prisoners.
Vienna, June 28 Dispatches say Count Silva Tarouea, minister of
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igiicunui e, and an intimate irienu oi uie emperor, win prooaniy ue
chosen as premier.
MATSOX COMPANY TO GET NEW TONNAGE
Honolulu, June 28 Planters' labor bureau has calls on file now for
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more than iuiu men aim nuniuer is expccicu io ne increased uy orau.
Reported that 21 of 51 wooden steamships to be launched this
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year on the coast, win tu uiineu over io uie .uaison company lor Ha
waiian trade. These ships average over 3000 tons.
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Tlie Maui board of liquor license
oninii.s.sioiiers this morning grantea
six liquor licenses Io applicants. These
will date from July 1. and are irood
or a year, as lar as the board is cou
nted, but will automatically become
foul on August 2:!, when federal pro
hibition for the territory goes into
After tomorrow there will be no
retail saloons on Maui, but there will
b ' three wholesale houses, two hotels
nd winery si ill in position to quench
the thirst of the dry one.
These are Maui Wine Company,
Wailuku; J. J. Medeiros, Paia;
Pioneer Hotel Company, Lahaina
(wholesale); Maui Hotel, Wailuku;
Crand Hotel, Wailuku; and Kaupaka
lua Wine fc Liquor Company, Kaupa
The wholesalers havo had to pay
half a year's license fie amounting
to r,no, the hotels $:!r.n, and the wine
company the nominal ff. fee. And
they have approximately seven weeks
to get their money back.
WIRELESS MARKET QUOTATIONS
SESSION 10:30 A. M. JUNE 27. 1918.
hwa Plantation Company
Hawaiian Commercial &; Sugar Co ,
Mcllryde Sugar Company
Oahu Sugar Company
Olaa Sugar Company
Pioneer Mill Company
Waialua Agricultural Company
Honolulu Brewing fc Malting Company
Mineral Products Company
Honolulu Consolidated Oil Company
F.ngels Copper Company
Mountain King Mine
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Onoitica Sugar Company
Hawaiian Pineapple Company
Oahu Railway & Land Company
Mutual Telephone Company ,
San Carlos K
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