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i "There is; though, no electrical or
magnetic connection between man or
i instrument and underground water
! that will enable the one or the other
i to point to the existence of streams
' beneath the surface. "
Of the Rev. Mr. Mason's feats else
where the New Zealand Herald gives
' the ' following strongly laudatory ac
' count :
) The vicar of Otahuhu. the Rev. H.
! Mason, who is leaving New Zealand
j by the Zea'andia today on a trip to
I Honolulu and the Old Country, ha?
given some interesting particulars of
his water-divining in different parts ot
the country, and of the great future
.possibilities, more especially in regard
to the Auckland province. Apparent
ly in extensive waterless areas there
are underground inexhaustible
streams of pure water, and probably
no part of the country need be with
out an abundant supply. Mr. Masou,
without the use of divining-rod and
depending entirely upon peculiar sen
rations in his body, has been able to
d'sccver water wherever he has gone,
and In some cases he stated the exact
depth at which the water would be
Find Throe Stream.
Otahuhu is indebted to Mr. Mason
for a great supply of mo3t excellent
water, which he discovered on one of
the hills in the township at a depth of
23 feet. At this spot three streams
meet, each flowing from a crater. The
yield of the well is 40.000 gallons per
At Frankton. Junction Mr. Mason
was equally successful, discoverinp a
large supply In the center of the dis
trict. At Jukekohe he located sev
eral small springs,, which he . traced
io their source. A bore was put 'down;
and the water Is now being" pumped
to a reservoir on Pukekohe Hill.
At Patea Mr. Mason found water at
a considerable depth on a rise above
the town. At Remuera he located a
strong underground stream flowing
from Mount Wellington to St. John s
Lake. A shaft was sunk about 40 ft.
and a nupply "of 18,000 gallons per
hour obtained; but the main stream
has not yet been, reached. For the
Mount Albert Road Board Mr. Mason
traced in underground flow from the
original1 district supply to Its source
in the Mental Hospital grounds. For
the Mount Rosklll Road Hoard Br.
Mason round at the Three Kings, on
the slope of the hill,. a fine supply of
good water, and at the exact depth
he named". At Wairoa, ip the Hawke's
Bay district, he discovered an abun
dant supply of water, but it. was found
to be highly mineralized,, and conse
quently was unsuitable for a town
supply. Mr. Mason has also located
water in several suburban districts,
but these supplies have not been
tested.' He Is. satisfied that the Auck
land, district is peculiarly well sup
plied with underground water, and
that in the volcanic formations water
may be found in well-defined streams.
Auckland's Underground Supplies.
Mr. Mason adds: "I have pros
pected almost every crater about
Auckland, and am satisfied that there
are enormous supplies of water be
low each. Here may be found grand
supplementary supplies for Auckland
City. I would be only too willing, on
iny return, to locate places for future
boring if the City Council would pro
vide a surveyor to accompany me and
note the places on a plan. I would
give my services freely for this, as I
am convinced the water supply of the
future great city will otherwise be a
problem. Considering the vast unpbl
lutable supplies available, and the low
cost involved, it is unnecessary and
wasteful to spend further huge sums
on the Waltakere supply. I should
look upon it as a privilege to do this
for much-loved Auckland."
Assisting the Government
The government has also sought Air.
Mason's services, and he was success
ful in findine water on the Arataki
and Ruakura State experimental
farms, and also at Waerenga.
Recently, at the request of the gov
ernment, Mr. Mason paid a flying
visit to the State experimental farm
in Central Otago. The water supply
there was a most important question,
the country being of vast extent and
at present barren, but with wonder
ful possibilities if watered. In regard
to this journey to Otago Mr. Mason
says: "The distance is 1030 miles from
Auckland. I accomplished the whole
journey and return, including 70 mjles
by road, in nine days, and located nine
places where water may, I am con
vinced, be found. ' On the return
journey Mr. Mason, at the urgent re
quest of the government, visited the
Mental Hospital at Tokanui. He has
also located supplies at the quaran
tine stations at Quail Island and
On his way to England Mr. Mason
proposes to make a stay at the. Ha
waiian Islands and endeavor to locate
water there; also on the island oi
Molokai. Big sums have been expend
ed fruitlessly in some parts of these
islands in trying to obtain water.
An Interesting Theory
In concluding his statement, Mr.
Mason said: '"For any services which
I may have rendered to this Domin
ion. I consider that thanks are due
from those I have benefited to ray
parishioners, and to those clergy who
have kiudly acted on my behalf during
my absence. It lias only been tue
urgency of the need, particularly m
a dairying country like this, which has
induced me to give the time I hav?
to locating water supplies. The power
of water-locating or "divining,' aa i.
is popularly but inaccurately terras 1,
is not a psychic force. The internal
friction of flowing water generates
some force, which radiates upwards
and passes through normal peopl?
passing over the area of radiation. A
water-diviner simply has the power.
I himself u non-conductor of this torce.
hence his peculiar sensatioius. Qur.?
i large number of people have ill"
power of causing a rod to turn with
out volition on their part, but my c-
You're bilious! You have a throb
bing sensation in your head, a bad
ttste in your mouth, your skin is yel
low with dark rings under your eye,
your lips are parched. No wonder
you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempeTed.
Your system is full of bile and consti
pated waste not properly pas.ed oS",
and what you need is a cleaning up
irside. Don't continue being a bilious,
constipated nuisance to yourself and
these who love you. and don't resort
periments prove that in three cases
out of ten the results will be a failure
as regards water. With the arr.u
alone it is rare indeed to fail in
locating water successfully. 1 am
convinced there are wonderful dis
coveries ahead of us when-scientists
without prejudice thoroughly examine
this faculty. I venture to predict that
before Very long it will be found that
the niolecular vibration in metals, and
especially the higher ones, will be
found, to give" origin to a force which
will be perceptible. Yes! and is perceptible-above
the surface of the
ground. 1 have no doubt this as
sertion will be scoffed at by son
Auckland scientists, who, in 'heir
philosophy, dread. not of believing
anything but that which can be proved
from known and formulated laws.
Those I mean who are brilliant at de
ductive reasoning but are apt to for
get that It is from' inductive logic
that all laws have been drawn up.
When they condescend to observe ..ne
highly verified instances of water
and metal location, then from thos
several particular instances, they may
be capable of inferring a genen.!
t Special Star-lMiHMin CVrrrsioncnc-
WA1LUKU. Maui. DecJ 23. The
Maui Jury Commission has been get
ting busy during the last few weeks
and has already submitted the Grand
and Trial Jurors for the whole year.
The list 13 as follows.
Grand Jnrors Cockett, R. E., La
r.ai; Searle, J. W.Honolua; Cqckelt,
Geo.,' Tardea, Chas. K., Gannon, J. E.,
Stephenson, tJeo. H., Bennlng, Louis.
Bodel; J. K., Eldredge, D. K. K.; Ray
mond, G.; S.. Schoenberg, V. C, La
haina; Abreau, J. D., English, H. W.,
Garcia,' J.,' Guerrero, B. J., Lloyd, V.
A., Carey, D. Tv, Purdy, R. K., Server,
V. E.,? Welght. W. D., Wilbur. Geo.
V., Hansen; GV' H., Trimble, Geo. K.,
Wailuku; Morrte, Joe, Waihee; Apo,
William Buck, -Booth, F. A., Judd. H.
P., Long, .Henry, Mountcastle," W. 3.,
Taylor, .I. T., Williams, J. N. S. Ka
imlul; Baldwin F. F., Fantom, James
F Quill, Dan, Thayer, A. S., Puunene;
Dow-sett, A. C; Ulukalakua; Baker,
C. A., Kula; Clark, W. A., Peck. P.T.,
Makawao; Cummings, J., Hocking, 3.,
Robinson, H; P.. Sr.,'Paia; Baldwin,
W. A., Haiku; 'Hubbard, S. E., Huelo;
Halemano, John N., Keanae; Macken
zie, J. F., Hana: Taylor. W. W.. Kipa
hulu; Christiansen. J. A., Jones. W
F.. PukooJ Meyer, H. R., Kaunakakai.
Trial Jurors Munroe, G. C, La
nai; Searle; R. C, Jr., Reiman, August
H., Honolua; Bechert. Gus J., Buchan
an, W. K., Bortfeld, E. C. Kuhlmann.
W., McCubbln, H., Akana, Charles,
Danbergj A., Espinda. Philip. Freuden
berg, J. F Hose. R. P.. Pali, Philip,
Uecftrd. Johd , W., Weinzheimer. L.,
Lahaina; Gibb, George. Olowalu;
Clark. Thomas, Correa, F. M., Cope
land, C. E., Cummings, Geo. H., Engle,
William H.. Field, H. W.. Garcia. A..
Gross, A... Martinsen, A., Medeiros, F.,
Meyers, C. Kaumeheiwa. L. B.,
S: hoening.' C J.. Summerfield, F..
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Ting. A. K.. Weick. H. B.. Weight,'
Geo.. Weight. Geo. N.. Welch. J. P.,
Whitehead. A. J., Dodge, R. lC Wai
luku: Whitford. Joe. Burlem. Thomas,
Waiehu: Ambrose. Joe. Kahului
Paia; Barrus. W. L . Cambra, Man
uel de. Dale. W. F. J.. Wowney, T. P..
Duncan. H. N. Fernandez. A. J., Jen
nings. F. W. Kellett, E. I . Sparks. W.
A.. Walker. E. J., WeUer. H. B.,
Walsh. E. J., Kahului; McLeod, A. J..
Kihei (Puunene); Burns. C E. S.,
Cockett, E. H.. Henderson, I). B.. Kla-,
kona. Charles McPhee, Angus. Kahu
lui (Puunene); Moura, M. J -Savage,1
Charles, Scholu. W., Scott. F. E.. Puu
nene; Steele. G. W., Keahua; Brown.
John Sr., Ulupalakua; Copp, George,
Morton. David, Newton, Allen, Per
reira. Joe, Thompson. C. E.. Kula;
Aheong, J. A., Aiken. W. O.. Copp.i
Charles. Dowdle, S. R,, Marciei. J. V.,
Furtado. A. D., Von Tempsky, L., Ma
kawao; Carley. E. B., Hebert, Luke.
Kinney. C. B., Robinson. H. P.. Jr.,
Robinson, J. A., Rosecran. F. P., Rich
ardson. S.. Pratt, Thos., Lindsay. D.
C, Paia; Collins, A. W.. ologgett, H.
D. , Hamakuapoko; Lindsey' Geo, R.,i
Wells, W. I.. Wellx, H. M., Haiku;
Pogue. W. F Groves, Geo., Huelo;
Torres. Joaquim, Nahiku; Chalmers;
John, Hana;. Levi, Joseph L., Kipa
hulu; Marclel, A. V., Jr., Kaupo; Ku
pihea, 'D Halawa. Tollefsen. O., Pu
koo; Munroe. J: C, Kaunakakai.
OF HUI KALI
Members of the Hut Nalu are
mcurnlng the untimely. death of one
of their number. Major Keaweamahi.
who passed away at his homo at Wai-
Irtbl last nlvht T-fia Aoath una riua Tn
tubercular complications. . J
Major, as he was known to ail the
beach habitues, -was one of the crack
swimmers of ue club, and had several
brilliant performances m competition
to his credit. He was a member of
the relay team of the Hul Nalu. that
von the A. A. VT event in 1911;. when;
Duke Kahanamoku -jumped into tne ,
. The funeral will be held from Kea
v.eamahl's late home, tomorrow after-
r.oon. The deceased was a nephew of
EWA DECLINES "iN
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on the board today, and It showed a
decline of half a point to 24.50 for 15
shares. Pineapple made the remaind
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25, 15 and 60 shares. Sales between;
boards consisted of 30 shares Oahu
unchanged at 23.62 k and 25 and 10
shares of Olaa unchanged at 4. The
market is lifeless.
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