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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1907
Patents Populur Device for
THE MAUI NEWS
TIip Womrn's Aid Society of the
Union Cliurcli will meet with Mrs.
II. 13. Dodjje on Tuesday artei-noon
May "ih at 3 p. in.
J. Lor Wallach roes to trial on
June 10 at 10 a. r.i. Judye Lindsny
sot the case for trail Tuesday umriu
in jr, on motion of C. V. Cleinons one
of the attorneys for 'Walliich. The
defendant is to Ito tried on a charyc
You ran (jet, the best Satisfaction
in the shoe line by placiuif your or
dor; with the Manufacture's Shoe
Company of Honolulu.
Dr. Akina was placed on t rial be
fort? Judje De Holt Tursdav on a
charge of committing an abortion
The jury was finally selected at t'le
inornint; session and the taking of
evidence has begun. This is quite a
celebrated case in Chinese circles.
With twenty seven men and eleven
women in the Congressional parly
coining to visit Hawaii, the United
States Army transport I3uford sail
oil Tuesday morning from San Fran1
cisco for Honolulu, China and the
Philippines. She, is expected hereon
the afternoon of May (J or the morn
ing of May 7. The Huford carries a
large quantity of relief supplies for
famine sufferers in China.
The large freighter Mexican is ex
pected soon and will relieve the ware
houses of their unusually large
amounts of sugar on hand. This boat
has been fitted up to carry a few
passengers while she has accommo
dations for many steerage passengers
she will not carry any Japanese but
will take twelve passengers to Mexico
or the mainland of the United States
should persons desire to make this
At the end of this week there will
bo twenty thousand tons of sugar in
the different warehouses in Central
Maui ready for shipment. This is the
largest amount on hard at any one
time held here ready for shipment.
The congestion is due to the fact
that the improved condition of the
mills makes it possible to turn out
sugar much faster than formerly
while the increased capacity of the
freighters does not keep pace with
the crowth ofugar manufacture.
The Bangalore is expected m
Kahului tomorrow. She will be the
lirst vessel to take sugar from the
The Daughters of the King held a
very successful Sale of Work in the
yard of the Church of the Good
Shepherd last Saturday. Everything
went off splcndidiy. The girls realiz
ed some sixty dollars. k
The voting contest which has been
conducted by the Progress Stores is
now drawing to a close. The last
count will be made on May 8th und
it is safe to say that it will bo excit
ing. The impression seems to prevail
that a new factor will be among the
prize winners. All we can say is
"To the victors belong the spoils'
not only in politics but in lotteries,
The attention of the public is called
to the Enactment of a law requiring
all persons to give to the County
Clerk information as to the number
of fire arms and ammunition in pos
session under plenatly of a fine. Re
pert blanks will be furnished free by
the County Clerk upon application.
Great Interest prevails ever the
Concert to bo given bv local talent
assisted by Miss Ormerod of Mauna
olu Seminary, for the benefit of Alex
ander House Kindergarten. Mrs
Dodge, Mr. Ault, Mr. Lufkinaiid Me
Schrader hae kindly c usented to
assist, and all who know them will
be eager to hear them in concert Mr
Moses Kaahimahu will also give some
solo numbers, as well as sing with
the men's choral club he has so faith
fully trained for the occasion. The
concert is to be held in the Kinder
garten at Alexander House, and the
program will open at eight o'clock
on Fuday eveu:ug Way iu, iuo
Tickets on sale at Alexander House
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. P.&A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the Salur
day night of each month nearest n
Vull moon, at 7.30 P. M.
SPECIAL MEETING on the
STATED meeting May 25th.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, II W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
T. A. Huiminghain of E. O. Hall
& Son is expected on Maui on the 8th
Manager George H. Henderson and
bride returned from II do whtre tiny
wens married on the 24th of last
month. They will occupy the b"ae!i
house of thp Kahului Railroad Com
Mr. Sniintnn, head account ant for
the huh ..lui Store went to llonoli lu
Thursday where he will lie tnaii'hd
this week to a y ung lady from Sent-
Win. Hell of the Kahului Sioie is
to be married in lltino'uiu on the llth
instant to Miss Elsie M. Uailoy.
Miss Rose D inicls. whose enirage
incnl was aiii.owuoed some lime aro
lo Mr. James H.iltie expect to re
ign from the Ka'.iului Store at the
ml of this month as her w.'dding
will soon take place.
F. WiliT.ck of liana was a passeu
ger to Honolulu this week wher? lie
will appear before the Federal trial
jury as a witness for the Government
tgaiiist some counterfeiters.
II. B. Wplltr made a flying trip
home this week returning Wednes
day to Honolulu.
W. Green is interviewing our ir.cr
chants this week.
D. H. Davis was a passenger to
Wailuku this week and returned
Wednesday where he will sit as a
trial juror in the Federal Court.
George O. Cooper of liana Went to
Honolulu this week to be a witness
before the Federal Court.
Dr. P. F. F.ear the dentist will be
in Paia next week on professional
business" Those wishing to have
dental work done should see him.
A Plea For Boyt.
EDITOR STAR: In. England in
France, Germany and in America as
well, the boys, the youths, that are
sent away from home to preparatory
schools of the. same grade we will say
as Eton (and hundreds of them; those
boys come under the tutelage of gen
tlemen masters, even not infrequently
at a very early age, even seveii years
only and from that all the way alonr
until, entering college.
We believe that in any public school
(and now we speak from knowledge)
in this Territory of more than one or
at most, two classes, there should be
the farireaching moral and scholastic
influence of the man.
A mau's influence and power, a
certain magnetic force, is carried by
the boy to his home, ou the street, in
the car, at the evening gathering or
where ever he may be found.
We have no doubt that some few,
at least, of Ihe boys committed even
in the past year to the Reformatory
not only lacked too often, moral in
fluence at home, but not come under
the certain will power of the man, in
school hours. We have not spoken
with anyone as yet or looked into the
statistics but have formed that, pos
sibly incorrect, conclusion from a few
(or a many things) we have seen on
the street, at .the market place on
Saturday, on the play grounds and in
the street cars.
We will repeat, iu conclusion that
there should be gentlemen for prin
cipals wherever possible; there should
be a man at the head, with a man s
head and heart, a man who knows
and car, understand, a boy! But, we
must not look for them, all, to be like
the late Arnold of Rugby.
They can approximate to that
splendid example however if they will
They can be tht true friend av.d hel
per of the boy I (poor little boy.)
We must bo ready always and alert
if we would advance in any given di
rection it we would progress, to face
an issue. We cannot shut our eyes to
facts, or shut out facts, by obstinacy.
The greatest good to the greatest
number is today the accepted pro
position of enlightened humanity.
ANNE M. PRESCOTT.
Foot Note We shall likely make a
few foes by this argument but that
is neither here not there; we si all
contend for right (principles) the best
we may, to this end of time (for us)
and even a '"alfbrick" that may hit
and hurt us, will not at any time
deter us in what we propose writing
MAXWELL At Waikapti, Maui
April 28, 1110", to the wife of Geo.
Maxwell, a daughter.
Wni. Green of M. Phillip', & Co,
popularly known as ''Hiily Green" is
0:i Maui this week and has with him
a device he has recently invented
aivl patented especially designed for
conveniently holding spools of silk or
'her material on the person so that
thi1 material will be ready of access
and prevent its falling n is toe ofti n
The device consist of twn rectan
gular frames, each of which is" a j.ii:
ny which it may b; all ached to 1'c
clothing of the operator or to the
spool. After the wo k is finished fur
tlav Hie sbo.il nctl work can
pinned together and laid
All wlio have
been seen the di
protinut'ee it an excellent on 1
believe it, will soon be in universal
Some years ago Mr. Green return
ed frein a tour of the inlands and be
ing tired wished to have a quiet
evening at home ar.d lighting a cigar
and taking up an interesting book
began to read. In a few moments
Mrs. Green dropped her spool of
thread r.n the floor, which Billy get
and banded lo her. Resuming his
reading he was again disturbed by
the falling of the spool. The third
time he had to get down on the floor
and get the spool out from under a
piece of furniture. This so ex
asperated Billy that he took a hat
pin and in a moment had a holder for
the thread and pinned it to his wifes
clothing. It was soon noticed and
becoming; popu'ar hedtcided to make
improvements on this simple device
and his patented device is the result.
The holders will be placed on the
market and sold at a cost of live
cents eac.i for nickel holders while
those made of more expensive ma
terial will be more expensive.
Certain ladies iu Honolulu have
had Wtehman make, by pet mission
of Mr. Green these holders of gold at
a cost of five dollars each.
One More Passenger Steumer.
Cable advices, were received in
II molulu Tuesday morning bv the
local agents of the A. H. S. S. Co.,
H. Hackfeld & Co , to the effect that
license to carry passengers had
been granted the S. S. Mexican.
The Mexican sailed from San Fran
cisco Tuesday morning for Honolulu
direct. Sho will load sugar at island
ports and go to Saliua Cruz, taking
passengers hence 'to the Mexican
There are accommodations aboard
the Mexican for twelve first cab.n
The A. II. boats will carry no Jap
anese steerage to Moxico, the policy
of the steamship company being em
phatically opposed to taking the
laboring Japanese from these islands
Had the American-Hawaiian boats
seized the opportunity when it first
appeared of taking; Japanese to the
Coast, say interested parties bore,
hundreds of thousands of dollars would
have b?en made over profits which
have been received.
It has been stated by the manage
ment of tho company that it is not
the policy of the American Hawaiian
to take away the Japanese from Ha-
a'r, although overtures have been
made by Japanese interests involving
large contracts for' the transporta
tion of Japs
Punchbowl Sets the Hnslilon.
The Draper's Kecord, a recent
London dispatch says, announces
that sulphur yellow will be the po
pular shade in 1007, both for women's
dresses and house deorations. It
already has a vogue in Paris, and
London is following. Punchbowl has
led the world's gay capital in this
freak of fashion for many years.
EDMUND II. IIAKT
Notary Public, Conveyancer ano
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
DR. T. A.ST. SURli
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to 3 P. M .
7 P. M. to 8 P.M.
Y.iur little girl likes a silk dress as
well as you do, and in ORKEDA wo
offer a silk that sho can wear with
splendid service. Among various
shades we show some particularly
adaptable to juvenile modes. The
price lets everybody in,
tiOc. a yard; 22 inches wide1.
especially designed for
this hot weather.
Specially designed for Tablets for school and
use in this climate, borne use from the cheap
est scratch pad to the best
fm lllr InrKr'ci vim nan.
Everything in tho lino of Kitt'liou
(locnls and at very low 'nices,
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices.
Tf you have not seen 01 r
beautiful new. laces you
should do so at once.
New lines of dotted and
fancy wash fabrics just
opened. Prices lower than
Books of all kinds
1 )ay Books,
Our Stock of
Is a leader in this week's sale.
This fabric is made of finely comb
ed mercerized yarn, that wears
beautifully and improves with wash
ing. It is a splendid imitation silk-cotton
cloth and can bo put to no end of
uses. We are showing some beauti
ful prii.ted and woven watsting
Ou sale at our store exclusively.
Price, 29c. per Yard.
New Goods just
Ask for our
for next week.