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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915.
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Personal Mention
P. J. Goodness was a visitor to Ho
nolulu this week.
Miss Roscerenns, of Pala, returned
homo last Saturday from Honolulu.
Win. Searby of Puuneno was In Ho
nolulu on a business trip this week.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin return
ed on Tuesday from a short trip to
Honolulu.
S. I.-ako and wife of Kahulul,
wont to Honolulu by last Saturday's
Claudtne,
J. I'. Foster, of Pala, was a pas
senger to Honolulu by last Saturday's
Claudlne.
Miss Violet Makco was a returning
passongor from the Coast by the
Lurllno this week.
W. P. Pogue, of the Maul Loan Fund
Commission, way in Honolulu this
week on business.
E. J. Walker, of Paia, who has been
sorlously ill for several months, Is able
to bo about again.
County Engineer Cox spent several
days this week In the Hana district
on business of the County.
Enos Vincent and Eugeno Murphy,
attorneys of Wailuku, wcro in Hono
lulu attending the supremo court this
week.
A. D. Castro, of Honolulu, is on
Maui for a few days in connection
with business of tho San Antonio So
ciety. Roy Cameron, who has been visiting
his brother, P. B. Cameron for some
months, returned to tho Coast last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keanu, of Spreck
elsville, aro spending a few weeks
. visiting Hon. and Mrs. Ed. Walaholo,
of I,ahalna.
Charles R. Frazler left in the Mlka
hala yesterday for Molokai on a hunt
ing trip. He will return Sunday.
Advertiser.
Miss Ella Dal, of Wailuku, is re
covering nicely from an operation per
formed on Tuesday at the Malulani
hospital for appendicitis.
Mrs. I,ydia Ralston returned last
Saturday from Honolulu, and after
spending two days in Wailuku is again
at her homo in Makawao.
Mrs. Enos Vincent and sou Kenneth,
together with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Clark are camping for a week or so
on tho Cornwell Ranch, Kula.
Supervising Principal Wm. Mc
Cluskey returned on Wednesday from
Hana where he spent ten davs in
getting acquainted with conditions in
tho district.
Manager Alex Valentine, of tho Olo
walu plantation, accompanied by his
wife, returned this week by the Lur
llno from a trip to the San Pranclsco
exposition.
FOR SALE: Ouo 4-horscpower
I-airbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maui News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
I. J. Hurd, who has been in Lahalna
for some weeks in connection with the
straightening out o" tho affairs of tho
G. Masuda storo, returned to Hono
lulu last Saturday.
Supervisor Fleming left on tho last
Manoa, October 12th for a month's
vacation on tho Coast, where ho will
visit tho Exposition and possibly get
in some hunting before his return.
Tho Womens' Guild of tho Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold their
Annual Bazaar and sale of work at the
Gymnasium on Saturday, October 23,
1915. Concert, admission 25 cents;
doors open at 7:45 p. m.
Dr. J. H Raymond left on tho Fleam
er MatsonU, this week for the coast,
to bo gono for several months. Ho
will probably meet Governor Pink
ham, who goes to tho mainland in
December, and proceed with him to
Washington.
Oscar McCorrlston and his sister
Eva will leave tomorrow for Molokai,
where they will make an extended
stay. As their guests they will take
the Misses Claire and Psycho Berry
and Charles Murray. Advertiser, Oct.
18.
D. Howard Hitchcock, tho local ar
tist, left for the mainland in tho Mat
sonla for a flvo weeks' visit to tho
exposition, the greater part of which
will bo spent in studying the master
pieces in tho fine arts building. Star
Bulletin.
Lam Sung, for many years a well
known and popular Chinese of Wailu
ku. died last Sunday at the Kula Sani
tarium. Ho had been a sufferer from
tuberculosis for a number of years.
He formerly owned an ico cream and
wuiuj- siorc on Maritet street.
Dr. George S. Aiken, who arrived in
Honolulu last week from a several,
months tour of tho coast, returned to
his home in Kahulul last Saturday
evening. His sister, Miss Irene Aiken,
who remained over In Honolulu for
a few days, returned homo Wednesday
evening.
Miss Charlotte L. Turner, who re
cently resigned as head of tho mission
work of the Alexander House Settle
ment .after 34 years of service In tho
islands, departed this week by tho
Matsonla for a several weeks vaca
tion on tho Coast. Sho expects to re
turn early in December, when she will
take up her work as private secretary
to Mrs. H. P. Baldwin.
HUNTERS FIND MOLOKAI
HILLS CHILLY AT NIGHT
Far from feeling tho heat, a party
of Honolulu young mon, including
ticket agent A. H. Armltage of Castlo
& Cooke, Charles Merrlam and several
others, aro having a difficult tlm
keeping warm at night up on the Mo
lokai hills, whoro they are hunting.
Tho party has been up there two
weoks and will probably remain anoth
or two. Armltage sent a few postals
to friends here, saying tho nights are
cold thcro and that tho climate is
.agreeing with him finely, although
moro blankots aro necessary than in
Honolulu. Just what luck the huntors
aro oxporionclng has not boon ascer
tained. Star-Bullotin.
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Tho Maul Music Club will meet next
Wednesday, October 27 with Mrs. W.
II. Field, Wailuku at 3 o'clock.
Tho first of tho "Six Saturday
Nights" dances Is to take placo on
Saturday of next week at the K. of
P. Hall, Wailuku, Instead of at tho
Pala Community house, as was at first
announced.
Dr. George S. Aiken, having return
ed from a several months' vacation,
will reopen his odlce In Kahulul on
next Monday, October 25, and will
also resume Ills regular ten days at
Pala oh Monday, November 1. Adv.
W. E. Wall, territorial surveyor,
spent this week on tho Makawao
homestead tract, checking up the
work recently done by his assistant,
H. E. Newton, In subdividing the tract
preparatory to opening It for settle
ment. The Lollehua Gco Club, is tho name
of a new musical organization made
up of some of the older boys of the
Pala public school. Tho club Is work
ing under the direction of John R.
Gonsalvcs, and has made notable pro
gress. Superintendent or Public Works
Charles R. Forbes arrived on Maui
last Monday, stopping off on his re
turn from Hllo, until Wednesday when
he returned to Honolulu. While on
Maul Mr. Forbes inspected the work
being done by the Loan Fund Com
mission, of which ho is a member.
Among tho Maul delegates to tho
annual convention of the Hawaiian
Chemists' Association, being held this
week in Honolulu, are J. P. Foster,
of Pala; J. H. Pratt, of Puuneno; K.
M. Smith, of Puunene, and A. Fries, of
Lahaina. Tho several days session
will close tonight with a banquet at
tho Young Hotel.
One of the delightful gatherings 6i
tho Maui Knights of Pythias and their
ladles, was held last Saturday evening,
when tho members of Aloha Lodge
gathered at their Castle Hall, lower
Wailuku, and Indulged In dancing;,
music and game for several hours.
This is tho first of these popular af
fairs of the season.
One of tho biggest gambling raids
for some time was pulled off by the
police last Sunday when 24 Chinese
wore rounded up In Kahului while
engaged in tho fascinating passtime
of paikau. About half of them for
feited ?5 cash ball, and the balance
were fined a like amount by Judge
McKay, on Monday morning.
Harry Washburn Baldwin has an
nounced that the Maul singing class Is
to bo reorganized at a mooting called
for this evening at the Paia Com
munity House. This organization is to
hereafter be in tho nature of a choral
society. Tho first work to Le under
taken will bo "Queen Esther," which
will later be produced in costume and
with special scenery.
The Korean National Association,
will hold a convention tomorrow and
Sunday at Camp 1, which Is attract
ing general attention o ftho Koreans
of the Territory. Prominent leaders
of the Koreans In tho Islands will bo
present and make addresses, among
wnoin will bo Dr. Park Yung Man,
Yee Soong Man, and Achung O, of
Honolulu. Rev. Kim Yee Jay, of tho
Camp 1, Korean Church, who is also
president of tho local association
will act as chairman during the con
vention. The annual bazaar of tho Woman's
Guild of the Church of the Good Shep
herd, which is to be held tomorrow
night at tho Gymnasium, promises to
bo of moro than usual interest this
year from the fact that a number of
new features have been added. One
of these Is tho concert, under the
direction of Mrs. Vllllers, which will
open the affair; and a sketch by Clar
ence C. White, entitled "Etlquet," Is
another. After the sale is closed, a
program of dancing has been arranged.
Important Pineapple
Experiments Undertaken
The Hawaii experiment station, at
Its demonstration farm in tho Kulaha
homesteads, has begin a scries of ex
periments that should ,bo of tho great
est value to pineapple growers, not
only of Maul, but of tho entire ter
ritory as well. The work Is designed
to solve, In part at least, somo of tho
questions that have been puzzling
growers lor a number of years, name
ly the cause of the yellowing or "go
ing bad" of tho fruit on certain pat
ches or largo areas In different sec
tions. All of tho plants used In the experi
ments aro of tho same quality and
as nearly alike as possible, and all
perfectly healthy. Somo aro planted
In lop soil and somo In sub-soil taken
,from affected areas; and some of
tneso navo perfect drainage, and
others poor drainage. A like number
of plants aro planted under Identical
conditions, except In soil known to
bo good. All of these plantings aro
made in largo jars, so that tho mat
ter of drainago may be absolutely con
trolled, but otherwise they aro out of
doors, and under normal conditions.
Other plants, not in jars, are planted,
for checking purposes.
Prof. Krauss, who has charge of
the experiments, believes that these
experiments will determine whether
or not tho troublo Is duo to drainage,
or to somo chemical element, or to
disease. He is also making an ex
periment to detormino exactly tho
respective valuo of crowns, slips, and
suckers, as plants.
BABY DROWNS IN DITCH.
Mltsuro Kobayashl, a Japaneso girl
baby less than two years of ago, was
drowned In the Spreckels ditch just
bolow Wailuku, on Wednesday of this
week. Tho llttlo tot had wandered
from tho homo of the family where
It lived, and had evidently fallen into
tho water. A search was made later,
resulting In tho discovery of tho body
somo distance bolow. Tho child's
fathor lives In Kahulul, tho mother
bolng dead.
Ditch Tender Killed
By Falling Boulder
Manuel Vicrra Victim of Strange Ac
cident Is Struck Down While at
Work Leaves Large Family.
Struck upon the head, and his skull
crushed by a largo stone which rolled
down upon him whllo he was engaged
In opening a gate in the ditch in Iao
Valley, Manuel Nunes Vlerra, ditch
tender for the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany, wns probably instantly killed,
about 9 o'clock last Friday morning.
His dead body was not found until
Into the same afternoon when seach
ers found it floating in tho water
somo distance below tho point where
the nccldent happened.
When first found It was supposed
that tho unfortunate man had in somo
manner fallen into tho stream and
been drowned, but an autopsy reveal
ed tho fact that tho man's skull had
been fractured, and also that ho had
not taken any water into his lungs
after falling into the wnter. A search
revealed the stone which doubtless
had become loosened from the moun
tain side as a result of recent rains.
The victim of the unusual accident
was 47 years of age, and was an old
employee of tho company. He Is sur
vived by a widow and 11 children, tho
eldest a cowboy of 18, who is also em
ployed by the plantation. Tho young
est is a child of 2 years. A coroner's
jury, which investigated the case on
Wednesday, returned a verdict of ac
cidental death. The family Is pro
tected under tho Workmen's Compen
sation Act, and will receive 60 percent
of tho deceased's wages for not ex
ceeding six years. This will amount
to probably about ?18 per month.
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Great Northern Surely
Coming Schedule Made
HONOLULU, October 18. "Great
Northern starts regular Honolulu run,
sailing every twenty days," the Berndt
cablegram said. "Leave San Francis
co November 26, San Pedro November
27; Hllo December 2; arrive Honolulu
December 3; sails for San Francisco
direct December 6. From mainland to
Hllo four and one-half days. Will have
own local agent."
This Is tho text of a cablegram re
ceived by tho Promotion Committee
from Chairman E. A. Borndt, now on
the coast. It means that tho passen
ger service between the Islands and
tho Coast Is to bo very greatly aug
mented. Yip Lan Wins In Circuit ,
Court Case Appealed
By a writted decree, handed down
by Judge Edings of tho second circuit
court, yesterday morning, tho tempor-'
ary Injunction In the case of Toyo
sakl Kiyamoto vs. Yip Lan, was dis
solved and a permanent injunction de
nied. i This Is a victory for tho de
fendant, though the case Is to bo
appealed to tho supremo court by At--torney
Eugeno Murphy, representing
the plaintiff.
This controversy over tho leasehold
on certain Kula lands has been in the
courts for some time, Yip Lan having
previously won a decision through the
supreme court as to his right to the
lanu unuer Ills lease. Later he was
enjoined from removing certain crops
from tho nronertv. and fills la tlir.
point just settled as far as tho circuit
court can settle it. Case and Vincent
aro attorneys for Yip Lan.
Haleakala Road Meeting
Postponed to Nov. 4
Owing to the Inability of President
Frank Baldwin to be presont next
Thursday, tho special meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerce called for that
date to consider tho project of a road
up Haleakala, has been postponed for
ono week. Cards will bo sent out In
a few days announcing tho meeting
for Novemberl. Since the meeting
of tho chamber last week, at which
tho mountain road project was touch
ed upon, tho matter has been wide
ly discussed among business men of
Maui. It Is certain that thero will he
opposition to tho plan, on tho grounds
that tho schemo is too big a ono to
tackle. There seems to bo llttlo dif
ference of opinion as to tho desirabi
lity of tho road, provided its con
struction Is not impracticable.
HAWAHS LOSE GAME TO
WEST MAUI AGGREGATION
Tho Hawails base ball team was de
feated by tho Puukolll team last Sun
day by tho close scoro of to 5. This
was tho fourth successive Sunday
gamo played with tho Lahalna aggre
gation, and was also tho first of tho
tour that thCWalluku boys lost. La
halna is getting to bo a great baseball
center, ana tho prospect is now said
to bo good for getting a regular did'
mond lafd out in Lahalna nronor. A
picked team from Waikapu Is being
organized to play tho Lahalnas next
Sunday.
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RHOADS-WHITFORD.
At the Homo of tho brldo's parents,
Mr. anu Mrs. Joe Wliltford, at Wai
OllU. Wnilllkll Will lio rr.lnhvn tn.l nf
seven o'clock tomorrow evening, the
marnago of Miss Millie Wliltford to
Mr. Georgo Rhoads. Both young coup
lo aro well known and linvn n Inrm
circle of friends in tho community.
An olaborato luau will bo a feature of
tho occasion.
Bowling Tournament
Starts at Gymnasium
At a recent meeting of tho athletic
committee of tho gymnasium tho en
tries In tho Wall & Dougherty handi
cap bowling tournament wore classi
fied as follows:
Class A Scratch P. A. Lufkin, J.
II. Nelson, W. E. Bal, Jr., L. B. Kau
molielwa, W. S. Chllllngworth.
Class B Hnndlcap 10 Pins. L. B.
Duke, George N. Weight, John Wil
mington, J. S. B. Mnckenzle.
Class C Handicap 15 pins. Dan
Carey, Charles Cowan, Alfred Mnrten
sen, Eugeno Bal.
Class D Handicap 35 pins. A. P.
Costa, L. R. Mathows, A. C. Bowdlsh,
Dr. William Osmcrs.
Tho following rules have been made
by tho nthletlc committee in regard
to the tournament:
1. Only paid up members eligible
to enter tournament.
2. Thero must bo at least one other
competitor present before any tourna
ment scoro will be allowed for record.
3. Tho foul lino rule is to bo ob
served.
1. The athletic committee reserves
tho right, at any time up to and in
cluding the twentieth game, to raise
or lower tho handicap of any competi
tor. 5. Scores are to be entered on
sheets kept for that purpose and .they
aro to bo entered on official sheet by
Mr. Mathows.
This leg of the tournament will con
sist of fifty games to be played be
fore December 31st. Tho second leg
will start early In Januray,
Arrangements have about been
completed for a bowling tournament
for tho senior boys. This tournament
will begin next Thursday evening.
Tho seniors of tho boys division of
tho gymnasium have challenged tho
business men to a scries of volley
ball games. Both groups have be
come quite expert In this game and
an exciting time is promised.
Tho .dancing class held Its first
meeting last Friday night with a good
attendance and as a number of new
Inquiries havo bpen made in regard
to this class during the past week
tho attendance at the class toniglTt
promises to be good.
A change in the swimming acliedulo
has been rtiadn for tomorrow owing
to the fact that tho gymnasium is to
bo decorated for the carnival which
will be held thero Saturday night. Tho
children's swimming class will meet
at the usual hour, 9:30, and the boys
will swim at 10:30 Instead of 2:30 as
usual.
Fifteen attended tho women's gym
nasium class on Wednesday after
noon. This number has been steadily
increasing.
Maui Theaters
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Among the excellent "five-reel feat
ures played at tho Valley Isle Thea
tre this week were: "Help Wanted."
last Monday; "The Man Who Could
Not Lose," on Tuesday; and "Hearts
in Exile," a Shubert feature with
Clara Kimball Young in the leading
role, on Thursday. This evening Mr.
John Vasconcellos of tho Kahulul Ly
ceum will play a big five reel feature
from the Consolidated Amusement Co.
both at tho Lyceum and at the Val
ley Isle Theatre, tho superb feature
known as "Captain Courtesy."
Tomorrow evening the first episode
of tho widely talked of sensational
dramatic serial picture, "The Diamond
from tho Sky," with Lottie Plckford,
sister of Mary Plckford, as star act
ress. "Tho Adventures of Kathlyn,"
sixth episode, with two others will be
seen at tho Valley Islo tomorrow
night. Next Monday and hereafter,
Exploits of Elaine, 24th Episode, will
bo played with "House of Lost Court"
a 5 reel feature. A World film, ".Liiy
of Poverty Flat," In 5 reels, will bo
shown during tho latter part of next
week with several Pathe Weeklies,
and some comedies.
The bazaar, concert, and dance of
the Church o' the Good Sheonerd at
tho Gymn will bring many peopie
from up country who no doubt will
take advantage of tho double features
at tha plclino house tomorrow even
ing, und both places should be pack
ed.
A gentleman of wide experience
In educational matters is preparing a
lecture on that subject to be delivered
between pictures at tho Valley Isle,
announcement of which will soon bo
made. Other leading citizens of this
county whose knowledge of topics of
great moment aro recognized will be
asked to give timely topics on tho
various subjects tho aro interested in.
and such lectures should prove of
much valuo to tho community.
Arrived.
By str. Claudlne, Oct. 10. H. A
Baldwin and wife. Gnl. Sam .Tnlinsnn
Lieut. Whitener, Miss L. K. Yau, Miss
u. .wnusay, w. wall, S. Masakl.
By str. Llkellke, Oct. 19. Charles
R. Frazer, F. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. J.
i''. iiracon, W. A. P. Cathcart, Mrs,
Cathcart, Mrs. Keann, Chas. O. Mur
ray. Departed.
By str. Mlkahala Octi 16. J .T,
Munroe, W. A. Anderson, T. Iantokl,
eightcon deck.
By str. Claudlne, Oct. 16. W,
Covoll. Mrs. Santno. Trnnnntn T If
Fuller, Master Fuller, W. L. Berg
strom, P. C. Fry, Mrs. Oda, Wm. Sear-
1... " r T7 T 1 .
i, mib. vj, i.eancno, miss fox, Miss
Blacklc. S. Lake. Mrs. T.nl-o A rino
E. Murphy, J. P. Foster, Miss' Mist!
T.I Tfl 1 -w -
vjuuuiu, Mrs. wuniKawa, Mrs. Yoo
coda. Takabnrn. T.ilrnli
By str. Mauua Kea, October 15.
K. Yaraamoto, T. Yamamoto, W. P.
POCUO. I. J. Hurd. Tr. .T. TI Tin
Ray, Irwin, Mrs. J. Esplnda, Mrs. Ala-
, -1 in T7i i t
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Those Who Travel
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BY AUTHORITY
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed tenders will be received at
tho olllcc of tho County Clerk, County
of Maul, T. H., until 2:00 o'clock P. M.
Friday, November 12th, 1915, for tho
construction of a barn on tho County
Stable Lot in Hana.
Tho Board of Supervisors of tho
County of Maul, T. H., reserves tho
right to reject any or all tenders.
Plans and specifications and blank
forms of proposals are on fllo In tho
olllco of tho County Clerk, Wailuku.
A deposit of $5.00 Is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OP
SUPERVISORS FOR AND WITHIN
THE COUNTY OP MAUI.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 22, 29.
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed tenders, will bo received by
tho Maul Loan Fund Commission,
Wailuku, Maul, up to 10 o'clock A.
M. of Saturday, November 6th, 1915
for tho building of a section of the
Homestead Road from Klhel towards
Kamaolc, Kula, Muai.
Tho Maul Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any and
all bids.
Plans and specifications and blank
forms of proposal aro on file In the
office of the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, Wailuku, Maul, and In tho
office of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
H.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION,
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Secretary.
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5.
ORDINANCES.
Notice is hereby given that at tho
next regular session of tho Board-of
Supervisors to be held at Wailuku
County of Maul, T. H., on Friday,
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
WASHINGTON. October 19. Contracts have been awarded by
the United States navy department for the construction of sixteen sub
marines and six destroyers.
LONDON. October 19. British minister of foreign affairs re
quests Ambassador Page to investigate death of Edith Cavelle, a Bri
tish nurse, whose execution is said to have taken place in Brussels, for
harboring wounded British and Belgian soldiers. The American minister
is looking after Belgian aitairs.
PETROGRAD, October 19
place north of Nourviantzcy Germans
tion and. suffered heavy losses.
BERLIN. October 19. The
to Holland in matter of protests against Zeppelins' passing over country.
LAPANNE, October 19. The terrific bombardment of Yscr front
held by Belgians, was maintained throughout Saturday and Sunday
nights, following which Germans yesterday attempted to force way
through lines before Dixmude. Belgians suffered heavily before Ger
mans, but did not weaken in their stand and cut down attackers with
machine gun fire finally meeting Germans with bayonets and hand
grenades.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 19. The United btatcs army avia
tion school went through fire yesterday at court martial of Lt.-Col.
Goodier, who is charged with changing civic charges against Capt.
Cowen at San Diego. Charges of incompetency, graft, and favoritism
made. .
BERLIN, October 19. Dardanelles campaign, in which approx
imately 100,000 men of the Allies have fallen, is to be given up as a
costly mistake, according to a special dispatch to the National Zeitung
from the Russian border. The withdrawal of troops is to be made
gradually, sufficient force to be maintained on the peninsula to prevent
large numbcrs'of Turks from going to the relief of Bulgarians.
LONDON, October 19. The government crisis threatened by
resignation of Sir Edward Carson, has become worse and more resig
nations may follow. Coalition now believed is seriously threatened. -The
Dardanelles campaign is assigned as the big issue. Sensational dis
closures may follow.
LEAVENWORTH, October 18. Desperate altempt made by
Lewis, a negro convict, formerly of the Twenty-fifth Infantry, Hono
lulu, to break jail here.
TOKIO, October 18. Baron Shibuzi's war party were tendered
a grand banquet before their departure for America.
The Panama Maru, the first of the O. S. K. boats to run between
the Orient and San Francisco, is due in Honolulu on Wednesday.
KOMO, Italy, October 18. Trial of Young Charlton, American
charged with wife murder, was interrupted today when Charlton faint
ed. Public has not been admitted to trial.
LONDON, October 18 Allies forces have captured Strumnitza,
Bulgaria, just above the Greek border. The Allies have affected an
other landing on the Aegean sea to be able to throw another land force
into the Balkan arena. Have landed troops at Enos across deep bay
from Gallipoli peninsula. Rumor from Salonika that Bulgarians have
cut railroad east of Salonika, twenty miles west of the Bulgaria border.
Allies are blockading enemy's ports that may serve Bulgaria, and intend
to operate on the Bulgaria coast. Two thirds of the Serb army is en
gaged in fighting the Bulgarians. British began their blockade of the
Aegean coast on Saturday.
BERLIN, October 18. British attacks in neighborhood of Ver
mclles and French attempts to advance at Tahure failed. French at
tempts to take positions south of Leinkay and Schratz Mannele, de
feated. German airmen dropped eight bombs on fortress of Belfort.
Five were followed by explosions.
WASHINGTON, October 18. Six men missing from among Ger
man petty officers interned at Norfolk. Are believed to be working
their way to Cuba.
LONDON, October 18. Attempt by Germans to cut Allies' line
at Dixmude repulsed by Belgian trenches.
LONDON, October 18. Question of conscription expected to
reach crisis this week. Cabinet sharply divided. British have three
million men under arms but considered inadequte for task in hand.
Methods which will double army must be taken up. Wants three mil
lion new recruits by spring. Germany has still ten million men avail
able for war. Conscription plan may split cabinet of Great Britain.
Sir Lionel Carden who was forced to leave Mexico as minister of
Great Britain, died here yesterday.
Relative calm prevailed east and west front yesterday. On west
it is thought to be the calm that preceeds the storm. In the west the
Allies arc hurling heavy fusilade from big guns into enemy's work.
This is where new drive is expected.
In Alsace, according to official reports from Berlin, the French
are declared to have evacuated the west slope of the Hartmann Wel
Ierskop. Activity obtains in Flanders for piercing German lines to destroy
important communications.
November 12th, at 2:00 P. M. final
consideration of tho follflwlng ordin
ances will be had:
1. "An Ordinance Amending Or
dinance No. 27 of tho Board of Super
visors within and for tho County of
Maul, by adding thereto Section 16
a covering rules and regulations of
and for a Pauwela Waterworks."
2. "An Ordinance relating to tho
Registration, uso and operation ofj
Motor Cars, and the examinations and
qualifications of chauffeurs and
drivers thereof, and creating an of
fice to bo known as tho Examiner of
Chauffquns -and Inspector of Auto
mobiles for tho County of Mnul; and
repealing Ordinances No. 25 and No.
29, and all other ordinances and parts
of Ordinance In conflict herewith.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 22, 29.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OP HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS.
In tho Matter of the Estato of
Maria Concelcao do Rego, late of
Wailuku, Maul, deceased. Petition of
John J. do Rego for Probate of Will
of deceased. IT IS ORDERED, that
Thursday, tho 2nd day of December,
A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. be and
the samo Is hereby appointed for hear
ing said Petition, In tho Court Room
of this Court, In Wailuku, Maui, Ha
waii. Wailuku, Maul, October 22, 1915.
' BY THE COURT.
EDMUND H. HART, Clerk.
Enos' Vincent, atty for petitioner.
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12.
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VACCINATION NOTICE.
The Government Physician for tho
district of Lahalna expects to visit tho
following named schools on tho dates
stated for the purpose of vaccination.
October 25, 1915, Olowalu.
October 26, 1915, Honokowal.
October 27, 1915, Puukolll.
October 28, 1915, Honolua and Ho
nokohau. October 29, 1915, Catholic, Lahalna.
November 2, 1915, Public, Lahalna.
35-t.
German reverse said to have taken
having been dislodged trom posi
German government has apologized
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