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THE MAUI NEWS
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GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, Wailuku, Maui
opinion that tho Counties should
meet those items of expense. On
tho other hand,ns County Attorney,
1 believe the paytnedt of nil such
expenses should he borne by the
Attorney-General's Department. 1
am. howevei', informed by tho At
torney-General and the County
Attorney of Oahu, that an agree
mont has been ontered into between
the Territory ' and tho County cf
Oahu whercbv the Cuuntv of Oahu
ippnipl ialeh the Mini of !f l.'iO.IKt
per month to defray expenses of
Planting of and Caring for Trees
Along Public Highways. Tho Im
provement Association of Wailuku
District has been instrumental in
securing a largo consignment of
trees from the Government Nurs
ery, some few of which have been
distributed to individual citizens
for private planting, but the major
portion of which have been planted
along the public ihighway leading
out of Wailuku toward Kahului,
Tho successful planting of and
caring for them to date is due, in a
large measure to the personal ef
forts of Mr. V. J. Coelho, and
public spirited citizens who have
joined in contributing to a fund
suflicient to defray the expense in
currred in planting und caring for
these trees to date. It is hoped
the IJoard will see its way clear to
instruct the Hoad Department to
hereafter properly water and caro
for these trees. Too much stress
cannot be laid on tho importance
of this step. Tho Territorial Gov
ernment is willing to liberally dis
tribute shade and ornamental trees
in such numbers as her citizens
may wish. Their planting along
our public highways would, within
the course of a comparatively few
years, not only result in beautify
ing tho several districts of the
County, but add much comfort to
those from day to day, who are re
quired to, or at least do, travel
upon the same. It would require
very little of the attention of our
road authorities, and dollars would
be reaped when cents were ex
pended. In this matter the Im
provement Association will, I feel
certain, be only too glad to assist
the Board in any way possible
alm.g those lines.
Defects in Sidewalks, Culverts,
etc. Within the past month
complaints have been made of cov
erings over sidewalks and culverts
in. two or three instances giving
way to such an extent as to leave
holes dangerous to all having occa
sion to pass over such points. In
order to avoid injury to citizens,
iind possible damage suits, I would
suggest, with your permission, that
police officers bo requested to make
it part of their duty to at once re
port any defects on and along our
streets and highways, as soon as
observed by them.
D. II. CASE,
Mi s. David Dowsett was a guest
of Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai this week.
Mr. E. V, Russell, late manager of
the Hygeia Soda & Ice Works, has
accepted the local agency of the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
New York. This is one of the best
companies in existence and writes
heavier policies than any other com
pany in the United Slates.
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin left for Honolulu
this week to moot her son Frank,
who has been in school hi Illinois.
They are expected back today.
The lltli nt Lolminn.
There will be something doing at
Lahaina durini; the next few days
accoiding to preparations that are
being made. There will be a dance
on Saturday night, music to be fur
nished by the Kaai Glee Club of Ho
nolulu, which arr ved. there last night
and on Sundny the Diamond Head
.asebull Team of Honolulu will cross
bats with the Lahaina Team. On
Monday there wi 1 be a pa-u ride, a
fair, a luau, and tho day will be finish
ed with a danco. A largo crowd of
people from Wailuku expect to cele
brate tho Uth in Lahaina and with
those expected from Honolulu will
make things lively.
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ALAKEA ST., Bot. King and Hotel Sts.
Mr. Chas. Hnrtfuld and Miss Matil
da Plmenta were united in marriage
by tho Catholic ritual on Saturday
last. After the ceremony tho happy
couple held a reception at. the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. Bortfeld
is time keeper of tlie Lahaina section.
The bridejias been very prominent in
Lahaina society, her father being one
of the Pioneer hettlers hero. Every
body received invitations to the sup'
per and everyone went away satisfied
with tho good things they ate and
Our baseball team has been ovei
to Wailuku and the results we can
look for elsowhere in this paper We
have sent our team over there twice
now and we think to balance up ac
counts wo would like to receive a
visit from the Kahuluis. Our Super
visor. Mr. Henniug, is a dead game
sport and is always ready to make
things interesting. Now boys come
to Lahaim and wo will feed you on
the milk of young eocoanuts for a
This evening at 7 o'clock the gaso
line schooner Malolo will leave Hono
lulu for Lahaina with a large crowd
of local enthusi sts who will try out
the Lahaina baseball team tomorrow
morning at Eilohana park. Some of
the best ball players in Honolulu,
many of whom have been in tho lime
light for several seasons, will compose
the nine, and they will beaecompain
eu by a number of friends and root
ers. Incidentally, they will be uc'
companied by the. Kaai Glee Club,
one of tiie best musical organizations
here. Tho club will(play during the
ball-game Sunday which commences
at 3:30 p. m.
The party will remain in Lahaina
until 3:31) a. m. Monday when they
will depart on the Malolo for- Kauna
kakai, Molokai, where a game of
baseball is to be played at 10 a. m.,
tho remainder of the day to be de
voted to witnessing some horse rac
ing which has been an angod by the
Moiokaians. The party will return
to Honolulu Tuesday morni.ig in time
to get back to their various tasks
Monday, of course, is Kamehameha
Day and then fore a holiday.
Tho Honolulu boys aro to receive
two thirds of the Vate receipts at
the Lahaina game. It is understood
that Maui is taking a big interest in
the coining game and will turn out in
largo numbers. The presence of the
Kaai Glee Club will undoubtedly bo a
Tho team will be composed of the
following: M. Moses, catcher, P.
Burns, pitcher; J. Kekuewa, first
base; D. Lemon, second has.'; F.
Davis; third base, S. Chillingworth,
shortstop; J. Kia, center Hold; P.
Schmidt, right lield: U. Stone, left
lield. Olhors who are to bo passen
gers on the Malolo are Simeon Aka
ka, Joe Louis, Joo Kubev. W. Stone,
John Hansmanu, Jim Haughton, W.
Sproule, W. Heine, E. V. Todd, Sam
Pupulu, F. Stone, S. Napoleon, Major
Hart, H. Heriick, Mr. Cogshead, B.
A. Sam, W. K. Kahawai, N. Peter
son, Ed. McCorriston, D. Miller, En
Sue, T. Treadway, B. Meinieke, Bon
to, Lempke, Alfred Smyth, A. Weber.
The Malolo will be commanded by
This is what wo willdoon Junp 11th:
The Hui Hoolowa of Lahaina will give
a Luau and ball in tho evening and
at 10 o'clock in the morning there
will bo a grand Pa'u Parado.
Wo will soon bo through with the
seasons crop. About tlireo weeks
moro will finish us up.
Tho Fort Gorge is still discharging
coal at Kaanapali.
Mr. Lufkin is quite a frequent
visitor to Lahaina. Good sign. The
Lahaina bank must be coining money.
Tho Bismark Stables is once moro
under new management. Alfred
Hayselden is now manager and Haia
kalani is the now foreman. Mr. Jack
Dow, the retiring manager, will re
main here for awhilo as ho enjoys tho
Mrs. D. K. Haysolden expects to
visit her sisters in Kau in a week or
so, She expects to remain with
them for a few months.
Mr. Fred II. Haysolden Jr., a La
haina boy, is about to become a bene
dict. His wedding takes placo in
Kau next Saturday. Tho lucky girl
is Miss(Alice Smithies of Kau,
Miss Addie Hose, a Lahaina belle,
returned from the Kamehameha
school last Tuesday night, per Kinau
to spund her vacation witli the folks
Lahaina is now organizing a branch
of Company 1. Mr. Bal, captain of
Company 1, will be over Sunday to
give the boys a few more lessons in
drill before they get the guns. They
number about thirty-five. Tho next
tiling will be an armory.
I.onirt Alni'Us Killed by Auto.
Tin- Advertiser of tho 5th has the
following account of a fatal automo
A deplorable automobile accident
occurred about 9:30 last night, in
which Louis Marks was almost in
stantly killed and Charles A. Bon re
ceived serious injury to his arm. The
other occupants of the iraehine,'Mrs.
M irks and Mrs. Bon, escaped injury
in an almost miraculous manner.
The pai ty has been visiting at tho
house of the chemist at tho Honolulu
plantation" and all had taken their
places in the car for tho homeward
trip, Mr. Marks acting as chauffeur.
Instead of turning the machine, he
apparently decided to back out utul
down the hill to the main road, onr
side of the road at this point be
ing a steeply cut bank about twenty
feet d- ep. Once tho rear wheels
came dangerously elosevto the edge
of tlds bank m the backward pro
gress of tho aulo, Mr. Marks catch
ing it in time to save himself, but he
again tried lo back and again swung
to the edge.
This time the man at the wheel ap
parently did not realize the danger
and the auto plunged ov r to the
bottom, twenty live feet below, the
machine making one complete somer
sault. The two ladies, who were silting
together in the rear seat, were
thrown out when the rear wheels
dropped, and tossed clear of further
denger, but Marks and Bon went
down with tho machine, being beneath
it ai it rolled over.
Bon was pinned beneath the scat
when the auto came to rest, his left
arm severely torn, but ho managed
to frco hinself and go to the aid of
Marks, who was lying at tho foot of
He was still breathing, although
unconscious, and a telephone message
was at once sent in .to Dr. Cooper.
It was too lato however, for medical
assistance, and death camo about ten
minutes after tho accidont. That
part of the machine by which tho top
is carried penctrateil the mastoid
process behind this oar to a deptli of
five inches. The brain maltor was
crushed and torn, the wound bleed
The injuries to Bon wero attended
to by Dr. Cooper, who came into tho
Advortiser ofilce late last' nijit and
reported that tho ladies had received
only trilling J-ruises.
The body of Mr. Marks was brought
last night to Williams' undertaking
parlors, the three survivors of the,
accident being driven in by some of
tlie plantation office employes.
Decoased was well and popularly
known around town, having been
manager for tho Mc7abe, Hamilton
& Renny Co. He was about 45 years
old, and leaves several children be
sides a widow to mourn his untimely
Strimgc Prisoner Confined In Jail
There is a law preventing the keep,
ing of any person in jail without duo
process of law, but over in tho Oahu
prison thore is a boy who has done no
crime, but who will probably bo kept
thore for two months. Indeed, thore
is absolute proof that the boy is ono
of tho most innocent people In tho
world, but this will not protect him
from being kept in a prisoner's cell.
The boy arrived at tho jail early yes.
terday morning, and although there'
was no door opened to admit him it
was soon known that he was there
and in a cell. No name has been giv
en the little fellow yet, for he is only
a little more than a day old. Why he
is in jail can be easily understood
when it is stated that lie is the son of
Hai Fook Tai, the Chinese woman
convicted of bigamy and sentenced
Saturday by Judgo Dole to two,
months m prison.
In addition to her now baby, the
woman has in -mil with her her little
daughter, aged four years. Thus she
has a little family to keep her inter
ested during the timo sho will remain
in the cell at tho prison. Bulletin.
MRS. ESTHER JOSEPHINE COC
KETT, an old Knmaaina of Knla,
Maci, died on the 31st or May sull
ering from pneumonia. She was
born in Kaonoulu, Kula, Maui, on
March 5, 1851, and l.-aves a lius
luirl, Mr. George Cockett, a Min,
a daughter, four sisters and six
brothers. The daughter was re
cently married to tho Hon. J. T.
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