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THE MAUI HEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918.
... V Nb HR SIBEklAX CAMPAIGN UNDER WAY
Washington August 7-Gen. March has announced that General
(.raves commander ot Lamp Fremont, will command American troops
going to S.bena. 1 wo regiment of regulars now in the Filipines will
torn, the nucleus and others will follow. The joint commander of
jilhed forces has not jet been selected.
BIG SMASH OF ALLIES SET FOR NEXT SPRING
Washington, August K-Gen March told senate military commit
tee that with American army of 5 million is needed. He said Foch
was preparing to hurl against the Germans the entire united military
strength of the Allies in order to bring a victorious conclusion in the
shortest possible time Next spring he said will see the terrific con
il.ct in full swing, with loch's allied army striking with all its power.
MANY WAITING ACCOMMODATIONS TO HAWAII
ban 1'rancisco August 7 Steamship report nearly SIX) waiting
transportation to llawan including teachers who are worrying as to
elltct their tardiness will have on their jobs.
RECLASSIFICATION OF DRAFTEES ORDERED .
Honolulu, August O-lIavvaiis quota for draft requires about 1 100
o replace men rejected for physical reasons. Field says in a circular
to local boards directing reclassification, that it is believed many men
now in deterred classes should be in Class 1. Attention is called to the
necessity of investigating slacker marriages. The public is asked to
teport known cases.
DR. SCHURMANN'S LOYALTY BEING INVESTIGATED
.....i-ges involving the loyalty of Dr. Schurmann, whose wife stole
Ins moustache for the Ad Club, is now being investigated by Washing
ton department of justice. Federal authorities also admit that oilers
of Kauai is being investigated. Roth may lose their citizenship.
HONOLULU WOMAN INHERITS QUARTER MILLION
Mrs. John aterhouse, wife of Alexander & Baldwin secretary,
has inherited a quarter of a million dollars from her mother, Mrs.
Martha Alexander, who died in California recently, leaving to her four
cluldien one million dollars.
GOVERNOR TO KEEP OUT OF DELEGATESHIP FIGHT '
McCarthy says he knows who he will vote for but he won't sup
port either McCandlcss or Raymond in the primaries because it is a
I .ght within the party and such action would be improper.
U-BOAT SINKS AMERICAN FISHING BOATS
Washington, August 0 A German submarine on Saturday sank 3
American fishing schooners off Nova Scotia. Crews landed. One
submarine commander boasted that he had sunk other fishing vessels.
GERMAN SOLDIERS LOSING MORALE
London, August 6 Influx of Americans into war zone is greatly
hastening falling of German morale, distruct in enemy's ranks, and has
discredited Ludendorff's statements. Troops are getting conscious that
tiuths are being concealed.
CONTRACT WITH HOMESTEADERS AGREED UPON
Honolulu, August 5 Plantations and Attorney General Irwin
agree on form of contract for mills buying homesteads cane, on basis
of the Olaa contract. Interest rate is changed from 8 to 7 percent, 10
a bag is price fixed for seed.
EIGHT NEW STEAMERS FOR ISLANDS
The San Francisco Examiner says that the shipping board has al
lotted to the Matson Co. eight new wooden steamers for sugar planters.
MANY FILIPINOS INELIGIBLE TO DRAFT
The labor bureau has called Field's attention to the fact that Filip
inos arriving here after July 31st, 1917, who did not apply for citizen
ship, are exempt from the draft. All other aliens are the same way.
It is believed that about 1500 of draft age are effected.
Many applications made for American Factors Co. Stock.
MILLS GETS REGULAR JOB
Harry T. Mills appointed to succeed Buffandeau as clerk of super
visors. SHIPBUILDING MAKES FINE PROGRESS
Washington, August 5 President Wilson and wife witnessed the
first launching from Hog Island shipyard belonging to government. It
is the largest in the world and will build 180 ships. Mrs. Wilson christ
ened the vessel and 50,000 cheered. Chairman Hurley of the shipping
board said we are today producing more tonnage than the submarines
;.re sinking. Here after our task is to replace tonnage already lost.
CASUALTY LIST GROWS FAST
Washington, August 5 Total casualties 15,196. Army, 13.164;
Marines, 2,032. Army had 2,373, including 291 lost at sea, killed in
action; 907, died of wounds; 1,514, died of disease; 615, died of other
causes. Wounded number 7,044; missing and prisoners, 710. Marines
losses, 734, dead; 1,220, wounded; 5, prisoners ; 73 missing. Total
casualties for week ending August 4th, 14,030.
PERSHING SAYS VICTORY AT MARNE WAS COMPLETE
Pershing's communique of August 3rd says "Full fruits of the
victory in the counter offensive begun by French and Americans on
July 18th, were reached today, where enemy, who met their second de
feat on the Marne, were driven in confusion beyond the line of the
Yesle. Enemy suffering heaviest losses and are incapable of stemming
the onslaught. Our troops are fighting Liberty's battle side by side with
British and French war veterans."
RAILROAD LABORERS STRIKE
Honolulu, August 5 Two hundred Japanese freight handlers and
section workers on the Oahu Railroad struck for a 30 percent increase
of wages from $2 and $1.75. Demand has been refused. A few re
turned to work but others were fired and and new men are being em
ployed to take their places.
FIRST ILLICIT STILL SINCE PROHIBITION IS RAIDED
Internal revenue officers and police raided first moonshine still in
an isolated spot in Kipapa gulch ana arrested 2 Japanese.
EVERY CLASS 1 MAN CALLED
Honolulu, August 3 Capt. Field says that every Class 1 man in
Hawaii will be called under reclassification. It may be necessary to
draw trom I lass 2.
McCANDLESS ADMITS HE'S IN RING
McCandiess today announced his candidacy for democratic nomin
ation for delegate.
WILL RE-EXAMINE REJECTED CLASS 1 MEN
Honolulu, August 3 Capt. Field has instructed all draft boards to
re-classify deferred men with view recruiting Class 1 men deferred
because of physical conditions. These are to be re-examined. Between
six and seven hundred men are needed because of the large number of
ARMY NEEDS. MANY NURSES
Washington, August 3 General Gorgas has issued an urgent call
for the Red Cross to enroll 1000 nurses each week for two months with
American army lghting in France. Need is imperative.
WILL FURNISH OUR OWN INSTRUCTORS NOW
Washington, August 3 The war department announced that Am
erican troops in France reached sufficient proficiency to furnish instruc
tors for new units being organized in the United States.
Secretary Baker announced that he would recommend to congress
to extend draft aues from 18 to 45 inclusive.
PUBLIC UTILITIES HERE TO BE EXAMINED
Honolulu, August 2 Public Utilities Commissioners Carden, Gig
iioux and Thomas leave tomorrow for a two weeks survey of corpora
tions on Hawaii and Maui.
TERRITORIAL FAIR MADE A PROFIT
The Territorial Fair cleared almost $5000 in figures made public
today. The receipts were over $52,600 with expenses of over $47,700.
Reports show 2293 were registered in selective draft. Some plant
ations are not yet reported.
RED CROSS NOTES
Contribution To Maul Branch Of The
American Red Cross, For The Month
Of July, 1918.
Wailuku Sugar Co., Tobacco
Fund (Fund closed, turned
over to Red Cross) $152.91
Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, Junior So
ciety Fund 114.32
Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, Collection
at 4th July Polo Game ... 160.49
Mrs. F. R. Missner, Circular
Mrs. Geo. S. Aiken, Sale of
James, Jellies, etc. at Fair. 7.00
The Choral Club, Cash 100.00
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery
Co., Ltd., Additional B0. 00
Mrs. Cora E. Gossin, Cash . . 5.00
Mrs. We Chillingworlh,
unage Club 36.19
G. L,. Keeney for Max Weber,
G. L. Keeney for Sato, Cash 2.00
G. Li. Keeney for Lahainaluna
Japanese Camp 2.80
Mrs. W. L. Decoto, Benefit Jo
do Mission 100.25
Mrs. W. L. Decoto, Fines of
E. Brecht for Mrs. Towa Kag-
awa, Cash 1.00
This list does not take in the regular
If any members of the American
Red Cross who have not received their
magazines will kindly notify Mrs.
James Thomson, at the Red Cross
Rooms at Kahului the matter will be
To Maui Red Cross Knitters
To save any further confusion or
misunderstanding regarding Red
Cross knitting will all Maui knitters
please communicate with the head of
the knitting unit in their district,
who has been supplied wilh the very
latest printed directions from Wash
ington, dated July 31, 1918.
Miss Castle writes on August Gth,
to Mrs. H. A. Baldwin:
"I am as sorry as you are about the
changes but they must come, and we
must accept them as having been
passed upon and approved by Wash
ington, and others in consultation
with them from 'Overseas.'
"Plead with the women not to he
discouraged over their knitting It is
of vital importance and we must have
Weekly Report Of
Maui County Agent
Produce gardens throughout this
section looking very well. Much im
provement seen in care of places
and in all the work.
M. A. Co.'s Farm
New slaughter house being tried
out. Pig feeding rations ceem to be
working out well. No imported feeds
at all used for this work. Old plan
tation stock butchered and fed to pigs
with other produce.
General conditions very good now.
i'lgejn peas are plentiful and avail
able to any one who wishes to pur
Camp gardens satisfactory. Dry
weather proves no great hindrance to
heir gardening. Irrigation water is
available at all times.
Dry weather affecting private gar
dens but everythiug generally going
Difficulties with the working the
rules into effect are fast being over
come and very few complaints com
Very Brief Document
The platform committee of the de
mocratic party met and finally adopt
ed a platform for the party, last Mon
day night, that is the briefest on
record. The committee consisted of
Judge E. M. Watson, chairman of the
territorial central committee; Wm.
McClellan, J. J. Fern, E. K. Simmons,
and L. L. McCandiess.
The platform is as follows:
Woodrow Wilson and Win the War.
Practical Patriotism; Prohibition
by Plebiscite, and Adequate Appropri
ation for Promotion Work.
Woman Suffrage by Direct Legisla
tion. Support of Public Schools, includ
ing the College of Hawaii, and Sanita
Homesteading, with Liberal Recog
nition of the Claims of Soldiers and
Sailors; Suffrage for all Voters of the
Territory of Hawaii Engaged in the
j Active Military or Naval Service of
the United States.
Reapportionment, Good Roads,
Reclamation and Rural Credits with
Federal Aid for the Same.
Consolidation of Territorial and
Count and City and County Elections;
Condemnation of Private Fishing
Rights, and Economical Administra
tion of Public Business.
Send the home paper every
week to YOUR SOLDIER. He
will appreciate it as much as
anything you can do for him.
Besides it is a patriotic service.
We will see that the paper
reaches him regularly if you
give us his address. Subscrip
tion to MAUI NEWS, $2.50 the
year; $1.25, 6 months; 75 cents,
IN Tilt; CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
C. 1). LUFKIN, Trustee, Petitioner,
GRAND HOTEL COMPANY, Limited,
Commissioner's Notice Of Sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Decree rendered by the
Honorable W. S. Edings, Judge of the
Circuit Court, Second Circuit. Terri
tory of Hawaii, on the 7th day of
June, 1917, in the above entitled ac
tion, where in the Petitioner seeks to
foreclose that certain indenture of
mortgage made and entered into by
the Respondent to the Petitioner un
der date the 28th day of November,
lillfi, and in compliance with an or
der made under date the 24th day of
July, 1918 by the Hon. L. L. Burr,
then Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit for the Territory of
Hawaii, and in which action, and by
the said Decree rendered therein the
undersigned was appointed Commis
sioner of the Court in the foreclosure
and sale- of the property covered by
the said mortgage, I will, on Satur
day, the 10th day of August, A. D.
1918, at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
;it the front door of the Court House
in Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, sell at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder therefor,
the property described in and covered
by the said mortgage sought to be
foreclosed, both real and personal, to
All of that certain piece of parcel
of land in the Hi of Owa, situate on
the southerly side of Main Street and
on the makai side of Church Street,
in the Town of Wailuku. County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being a
portion of Apana 1, L. C. A. 1742 to
'A. Kaauwai and described by metes
and bounds as follows:
Beginning at one cut on the South
side of sidewalk with an iron pipe
driven, on the west, angle of this lot,
and running by true azimuths describ
ed as follows:
1. 343 13' 315.0 feet along Church ex
tension along picket
fence to " galvan
ized pipe at R. W.
Post, being the South
angle of this lot;
2. Thence 123.5 feet along Wells
Street, along fence to
center of R. W. Post
at corner of fence;
3. 105 13' 316.0 feet along Wailuku
fence to sidewalk at
" galvanized pipe;
4. 74 20' 123.5 feet along Main Ka
hului road, along
sidewalk to point of
38,964 square feet.
Also all furniture, fixtures, automo
biles, horses, carriages, hotel equip
ment, merchandise, books, accounts
due and to become due, contracts,
benefits, chattels and effects of every
character and nature whatsoever, at
present acquired, as well as all such
property as may from time to time
hereafter be acquired, located and
connected and having to do with, and
forming a part of the Grand Hotel
Said sale to be in all ways subject
to approval and confirmation by the
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, this 24th day of July, 1918.
E. R. BEVINS,
(July 26, Aug. 2, 9.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers. In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Archibald Grant MacLaren, Late of
Puunene, Maui, Deceased.
Petition of John MacLaren for Ap
pointment as Administrator.
It is ordered that Thursday the 5th
day of September, 1918, at 10 o'clock
A. M. be and the same is hereby ap
pointed for hearing said petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wai
luku, Maui. Territory of Hawaii.
Dated the 2nd day of August, 1918.
By HENRY C. MOSSMAN,
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Petitioner.
(Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23.)
Notice is hereby given that I have
bought out the interest of Lum Chew
(Sunny Jim) in the Sam Wo laundry
and that be has no further interest
in the business.
(Jirly 26, Aug. 2, 9.)
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