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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1907
THE VYAUl NEWS
ntered flt the Post Office nt Wailukn, Maui, Hawaii, ns sicoiid-elass miliar.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Vlaui Fufclisliing: Company, Limited.
Proprietors onrt Iut3llct-i&r.
The colimiiis of the N'liws admit cmitmiiiio-itictis on pertiineut topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Si" your name which will lie held ciMifiiU-nti.il if desired.
SUB9CIFTI0N IiATKS, I.N ApYANlT. if'i.")') JUT Year, Six Months-
Hugh Vi. Coke,
VI ti 1 1 o r a n d V nnaKer
" MAY is, 1ii(7
Congressional PttPty The members of the Congressional
in Wailuku. party who visited Maui this week
made a most favorable impression on all whom they mot and left
the univeral impression that they wero here to louru our needs ami
ambitions and by personal observation be in a bettor position to
promote our interests by judicious legislation.
Thoy in turn were outspoken in their praise o the cordial
hospitality and universal courtesy extended which is characteristic
of the Hawaiian j)eople.
It is however to be deeply regretted that the limited time at the
disposal and the many details necessary for the. subcommittee
made it impossible to let the ieople know the plans of the commit
tee and consequently many persons did not have the opportunity
to meet the members of the party and feared that they would be
intruding should they attemjt to attend the luau in Iao valley es
pecially was this true of the Ilawaiians whom the gentlemen es
pecially desired to meet.
The members of the party spoke in trie highest terms of the ef
forts of the entertainment committee here, all of whom did every
thing possible to make the day s.n enjoyable one for all. They also
spoke repeatedly of the services of Mrs. W. II. Field and Frank
Sommerfeld who assisted the committee. They were disajipoi til
ed however in not having the opportunity to meet more Uawaiians.
There will be a public luau at Kahului to-day (Saturday) at 11
A. M. to which all are cordially invited.
Exercises of the The patriotic excises of the Vailuku
Wfliluku School, school held Wednesday for the purpose of
showing the visiting Congressmen the nature of the training of
the young people iu the ways of patriotism is deserving of the
highest praise. The work was a revelation to the visitors a3 well
as some of the parents of the children of the school and some of
those who had criticised the exercises before having seen them
were ready to acknowledge their error and spoke in the highest
terms of the work being done by the teachers of the school.
During the afternoon and evening many of the Congressional
party including the ladies as well as the gentlemen repeatedly
spoke in the highest terms of the exercises which they all declared
better than they had ever seen in their Jives at any previous time.
Probably in no school in the United States is there so many
races and Nationalities and combinations of the some as in the
school here and to find them so advanced in the, knowledge of
American history and so imbued with the sj)irit of patriotism is
enough to gladden the heart of any American.
From years of personal observation and instruction of the young
people of the Territory we are wit is lied that the course of training
of the young people here will result in making as patriotic a class
of people as we have in any part of the mainland with the oni ex
ception, the Japanese, whom we believe will always remain Jajmit-ss
and true to the Hag of die Uowery kingdom.
We feel that too much praise can not he given Principal Cope
land and his corps of assistants for the able work being done by
Others were following in the wake of
(lie trouble-maker, but the undaunt
ed captain oathcrcd another belay
intr pin in his left hand, and double
armed, sailed into the crazed bunch
of mutineers, rijjht and left.
"You have raised a bruise on my
head, Unit's evidence, " cried one
coward. "Here's another to keep it
cmipan.y," chuckled the skipper,
laying a ridel mark alongside the
Gist scar: "Want any more?"
Alone and una'ded, although assis
tance arrived after it was all over,
Captain Lars' n he'd the .Oil)) against
half a dozen tenths half mad with
drink. The men were arrested and
token to jail hut laier released, the
Sailors' Union taking up lvc matter
with a view to dealing with the mu
tineers, If so thev prove ',o be, in a
manner in which they are not likely
mioii 10 forget. Si nr.
I?ujs Lukti top LsiyKiin.
.Max Nciilernmer, King or lav-an
Island, has purchased the schooner
Luka from Allen & Robinson.
Duelling the summer months she
will be run in the yuann carrying
business between Lavsan Maud and
this port. During the winter she will
engage in coastwise teatlic 111 these
Within a week the Luka will bo
rtady to sail for Laysan. Captain
Mansfield will go masler of her and
her passengers will include King
Max, his brother in law and perhaps
The Misses Mary and Otidie
Sehleintnur, who accompanied their
father from Laysan in the U. S. gun
boat- Annapolis will not return in the
Luka. Miss Mary Sclilemincr takes
up musical studies on the mainland
and Miss O? ill if? Schlcininrr goes to
school in this city , Miss Gertie
Schlemmer aiso be. i,g iu Honolulu
Captain Sclilmmiii:!' said today that
it, was oa account of freight rates be
ing altogether too high that ho con
cluded to buy his own ve-sel. ,Over
three hundred tons of guano are a
vaiting shipment on Laysan
The Farmers' Institute if the Ter
ritory of Hawaii will hold an impor
tant meeting at the Chas. R. Bishop
Hall, Oahu College, Putiohou, Ilono
lulu ou Saturday evening, May 23th.
The subject of the evening is to be
"Our New College of Agriculture,
Its Aims, opportunities and possibi
lities." The Board of Regents of the
College of Agriculture have given
their hearty approval to this meet
ing, and have promised to its sup
port by their attendance.
Prominent citizens have conseuted
to discuss ttie various important
phases attending the newly created
College of Agriculture which pro
mises a new era in our agriculture.
The following topics for brief dis
cussion have already becti arranged
Secondary Educational in its rela
tion to the College of Agriculture.
What the college of Agriculture
can do for Hawaii's future,
What the Farmer expects of the
College of Agriculture.
An outline of modern agricultural
educational ideals as illustrated by
cur foremost colleges of agriculture.
A syllabus of a course iu- Agricul
ture based upon the several reports
of the Committee on Methods of
teaching Agriculture of the Assoia
tion of Agricultural Colleges and Ek
A unique opportunity for the col
lego of Hawaii.
() Resume and Interpretation oj
the several Acts for the Establish
ment of Colleges of Agriculture and
Mechanical A rts, and other phases
oi equal interest and importance.
President Jared G. Smith will pre
The following gentlemen have kind
ly consented to discuss the topics
President Arthur F. Griffiths,
Hon. Saidord B. Dole, Dr. Win. T.
llrigham, Hon. Henry E. Cooper,
lion. Waller G. S.nitli, President
Perley L. H.irno, Hon. Lorriii A.
Thurston, Mr. Wallace R. Fairing
ton, Dr. Chas. F. Echart, Mr. Mi is
ton Campbell, Mr. Byron O. Clark,
MK J. E. Higgins and others.
A cordial invitation is extended ta
our visiting Congressional friends.
F. G. KRAUSS,
Farmer's Institute of Hawaii.
Ancient Mariner Crin-dicK Mutiny.
Services at Island -Churches
OlIUUCII OF IIul.Y INNOCHNTS. L.A1IAINA
Cation A. It. Wr-ymoutb. Htn-tor.
Holy Cimmmnlnn, TrOO A. M. every Euuilny.
Sunday Si-hool 111:15 A.M. Mornitiij m-rvlcn ll:KI
A.M. K.venlni; Prayer, 4:3) P. M. thirlim Ad
vent niul Lentnn season sp';pinl Verit ilny ser
Kaamumamj Ciicitcii. waim'ku
Hiiv. J. Nim, Paster.
Sunilny school, 9:KI A. M. llorninp service. 11
A. M. Y. P .S. C. U. from 7:1X1 P. M. to H:IK1 P.
M. Afternoon service, WallviUu, Sunday Helmut
S:IKI P. M. lievlviil muutliit; 3:00 P. M. All wel
oe osmgo eoesoo oooooo
If there is anything you desire that is not carried
f ) in stock, remember that a word to us is all that is O
' necessary, we'll to the rest.
Ve enrry till the staple groceries, as well as the
Dry Goods, dent's Furnishings, Hardware,
PoHTrtiiiKf R i'HuTKsrAST Mission Paia
M. u. Smitos. i;vnn(-'ellst. 8. School III a. m.
Oospel iireachiiiK. II, a. m., Prayer Mooting
7-.H1 P.M.. S. School at riiiinakunpoku at 2 P.m.
August AIirenH hns Succeeded I).
Captain Larsen of the ship Marion
Chilcott has a belaying-pin handy for
any drunken sailor or other mat. who
goes aboard with the impression that
he may run the ship as he likes.
Ou Friday night last several of the
crew returned to the ship more or
less excited by liquor. One man iu
particular undertook to call the cap
tain a long list of horrible names,
none of which were true and all of
which were violations, of the rules of
Iu addition to the instills, the sail
or ventured to lay hands on iho m is
ter of the vessel, rriinrking that if
it was noj. for the skipper's a'ie he
would shove his head down his throat.
Captain Larsen, some three score
years of age, stepped to tt.e side ai.d
lovingly lingered a belaying pin.
"Belay that foul chin music or I'll
belay you," said Larsen, in effect.
The sailor, nevertheless, approached
and moved to strike the captain,
whereupon the master tapped Imn a
smart rap on the headpiece with the
pin and the sailormail took a tumble, j
The directors of the Pacific Sugai
Mill Co , of fvukuihaele, Mi waii, held
.i meeting May Vi for the purpose of
considering the resignation of David
Forbes who lias been manager of tl,.?
plantation for tiie past hfleen years.
After ,'eciding to accept the resig
nation, August Ahrens, formerly
manager of Waiai ae and Oahu plan
tation, was selected Ly the board to
succeed Mr. Forbes.
1 seems that there has been some
dissatisfaction with the management
of the placu for some tim- and the
first move of the company was to re
tire the head !un a, Mr. Black. This
was not satisfactory lo Mr. Forbes
as it was appi. rently done without
consulting him, and after considering
the situation, he decided to tender
his resignation. It is said that prior
to the dismissal of the luna the do
rectors made a big cut in the salary
of the manager but he was willing to
stand it as ihe returns to the com
pany had not been as satisfactory as
lie had wished.
The ic thing i;..naaer has been
considered one of the most satisfac.
lory men on the plantations of the is
land of Hawaii. He is recognized ..as
a bard worker and one who always
paid a great deal of attention to the
detail.-, of the cultivation of fine. .Mr.
Ahrt ns has been eny.igod in the Ou
sines- for many years and has always
met u ,th i'l e n .success in the conduct
of the cuaipa u.-s in which he has
been inleri sti d.
II. OK AMUR A
ICE CJJCAM iARLOR
Orders taken for ICH CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Dunks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Maui.
Anrnno (tending a nkotoh and rioAmntlon njay
quickly M&e-trtuin our iipiiium froe wiK'tlur u
invf uiin u pioliftl.lT ult'tilnMa. (Vnuiitiui-H
tioiiMHirl.'tly r..niHiifiiial. ftANUtlOOK I'ult at
ont irec. tHdi- .t in.eii.-y f ir at-furum ptiUmtri.
I'ifi'titu lakrii tiir.Hijjii Mann A. Co. fectitve
lxri,i nttUtt W'th.ml cliifi-e, in the
A Imndhntiiel? rrii i1 i I m'.sT f ir-
rui:UI"H c ,ii . -l.li.: 1. ' j '-. f,
vi-ir: tour ni. iii, ; i. &u,u i-j v amU :ivr
Rev. S. Kapu, Pastor.
Sumtay school, 9:31 A. M. Morning service
tl:iVI A. M. Y. P. S. C. E. nt l:(W I. M. Wed
nesday ntternoon, Prayer Meet'tia at M:'H P. M.
I'hniMlay let-niKjn, Women's Meeting, 3::l I".
M. Prliluy afiornoon, Clioirltelienrsal S:SI1 P. M
Komam Catholic ciicrch, Laiiaina.
K v. Father Oliver.
First Mass. week ilnys fl:'l. A M. Smnlays nnil
holiday, 1(1:110 A. M. Ileneaiction .:! p. m.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
Si., 8 P. M. every Saturday. Sum, lay Junior
at P. M. Sal' .uiou meotl'ii? ul 8 P. M.
St. Anthony's Ciiuhcii, iv.mi.ukb
Si' 'day Servtco. Commuulon, :IKI A. M. Child
ren's .las, 8:.) A.M. rnstruclion Ir. Knullsh.
Second Mass. 10:00 A. M. Sermon iu Pnwnltan
and Port Uf-'uese. After Jlass. Heneiltctlou. ll: lf
A. M., llosery ijnd instruction for nalivus Wei It
days Mass 6. A. M. Iloltday.H fallluR durtns
woijU: Cnmtnuuloa at 8: A. M. MuhshI Him A.
TMO.V CHUIU'H, WAILLKU.
Hev. Rowland U. Dodpo. Pastor. Preachin.l
Scrvico as usual at ? 3u P. M.
lla)r ami Grain
Wc are headquarters fur Hascbnll goods.
WAILUKU CASH STORE.
QOQQ GOOOOO OOOOOOOO
Ur.uill o ;
V5 K Ht.. WumIiiiiIi.m. !. l.
The (.'hi hcii OF Tim Goon Siiki'iikki)
Uev. Canon Ault, Hector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th. 5th Sunday at 7
A. M. Una Sundny nt 11 A. M. Matins . Sermon
at I! A. M. Children's service, lit Sunday at S
P. M. I'.vent-onn and Sernion at Puiiueiio, 7::i.
Holy Oays. Holy Couimun I on at 1 A. M. Uitlly
Mai his at ?:.H).
"IS WHAT TCLLS"
A style argument coupled with
right prices and strong weinin).'
(pialilies app Is to every woman'-,
Our 3'H Sein ca Tie Is a I horouclt
bred in stvlr-. lit aiu! weni . THIC
I'RICK IS RIGHT.
Note the fine nppcur;ince of tliisi
PlilCF: $4.00, with 25c fop Mail.
Special nttcntion jjiven to Island orders.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
Kir.l FORT STRKET,-
vnn tlim io-1-it vnn rrnd,4 orpt Mfi'i' rrrvtAc . U,rtt.tf rim U 4-U., 1
;i a a s- s Us-.v. vv-o uv-ii.i owiviuv., lwiici jiiv-wa vy i,iidiigiiig
p grocers, would you get a divorce ? From the other grocer
give us a trial order. Wc would be "De-lighted" to convince you that we
arc headquarters for "best things" at a saving in price "worth while".
Our Groceries present a clear,
fresh, appetizing appearance. If
p you want things at reasonable
cost come to us and let us sat
To Arrive per Str. Claudine:
California and Eastern Oysters in tins,
Oranges and Apples,
Swiss, California Cream, Edam, Pine
apple, Liuiburger, Mc01aren's, Roque
fort, German Breakfast, Sierra, Brio
Prime Rose Hams and Bacon,
Coverlet wurst, Holland Ilerrin",
Mackerel, German Dill Pickles, etc.
The Pioneer Store
n mill n
Sfime fjable3(aliuliii Slat road Company
WAILUKU PA 1 A DIVISION
stations a- i M' PAS.
Pas. lit Pas.
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20
Kahului Arrive 7.32 2.32
Kahului Leave 7..5 !U0 2.35 ,- 5.10
Sp'villo Arrive . 7.47 .t.55 2.47 j 5.22
Sp'villc Leave 7.50 - 10.15 2.50 i 5.25
Paia Arrive 8 05 ' l0.::5 3. 05 j 5.40
Paia Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15 5.45
Sp'vdle Arrive 8.35 3.35
Sp'villc Leave 8.40 3.40
Kal.uluf Arrive 8.52 11.30 3,52 0.05
Kahului Leave 8.55 11.45 'it
Wailuku v Arrive 0.10 12.00 4.10
Wailuku Leave 0.20 12.20 4.15
Kahului- Auive 0.35 12.35 4.30
Kihei trains Tuesday only aud carry freight only.
ICeUnului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER &, HALDWIN, Ltd. ;-ALEXANDER & .BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Ves el p ,
Sau Francisco and the Hawaiian Isla..ds;-AMER1CAN-HAWA1IAN . STEAMSHIP CO 1