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Recognize his Efforts in Get
. ting Pipe Line Through.
- On Saturday, the 22nd at noon,
, tlie people of Kuln gave ii hum on
the grounds of the Wniakna govorn
nii'iit school in lionor of Represen
tative E. P.. Carley of l'aia.
This feast was tendered as a pub-
- lie rocognizinu of Mr. Carley 's sor
c vires in the last legislature in 1 1 ol p-i-ing
to procure the $ 100,000 appro
ximation for the Kula water-works.
:. It was participated in by all poli
1 tical parties and all nationalities.
Several hundred people enjoyed
the fine spread of Hawaiian dishes.
Mr. Carley made an address
thanking the Kula people for their
Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton acted
as master of ceremonies and David
Morton intrepreted Mr. Carlcy's re
murks into Hawaiian.
John burroughs, the naturalist
and writer accompanied by his sec
retary arrived on Maui by Saturday's
,Claudine. He was met at Kahului
f by W. 0. Aiken who took him in
an automobile up lao Valley.
On Sunday under the guidance of
Mr. Aiken he ascended Haleakala,
spending the night on the- summit.
Ho witnessed a most beautiful sun
set and a most gorgeous sunrise from
-the palace of the sun. On Tuesday
he made a trip through the Haiku
pineapple lands and continued on to
Wailuku and Lahaina where he took
the Mauna Kca for Hawaii.
John Burroughs told" a Makawao
boy that a pigeon always laid her
first egg on the very day she was
six months old, on her birthday in
fact, and also that a male pigeon
stands higher and has larger eyes
" than a female. This information
may prove interesting to other
Saturday afternoon, the 22nd,
the finals of the tennis tournament,
men's doubles, for the Sawyer cups
took place on the Paia courts. It
was a well-fought contest between
Messrs. Nowell and Walsh and
Messrs. Mellor and Rosecrans and
was won by the former players in
three straight sets: i, 7; fi, 1; and
Both couples were scratch players.
Inspector H. M. Wells has been
visiting Makawao schools during the
last week or two, making farewell
visits in truth owing to the fact that
the last legislature failed to appro
priate any money for a Maui school
It is a matter of regret that the
schools of this county are to lose the
services of so conscientious and valu
able a man as Mr. Wells.
Charlc's Warren Stoddard, the
poet, who died on the Ifith in Cali
fornia, was well-known to Maui
kamaainas. He made his last visit
to Maui in 1SS1. At this time his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Stod
dard, lived at Waihee, where his
father afterward acted as postmaster
for a number of years. His sister
was the wife of Parker McKec, who
was for many years manager of
Waihee plantation. His brother,
Fred, was at one time a photograp
her at Wailuku.
Stoddard was a true Bohemian
who dearly loved the "dolci far
niente" of tropical Hawaii. In the
eighties he was a charming com
panion. Tho concert given by the Mauna
olu Seminary girls Saturday even
ing, the 22nd. was a great success.
flood Races are Assured at
The (ilorious Fourth, the day
of all days on Maui, will be cele
brated as it should be at Kahului
by the sport of Kings namely Horse
racing in a manner that will bear
inspection as it has been the last four
or live years. No one can truly say
that they did not have their moneys
worth of square racing and this year
will prove no exception to the rule
only that there is prospects for
has tor racing as the association 1
freed it self from the heavy debt
has been carrying so long and
now on even terms, with the world.
If the public of Maui will be as
generous with their patronage in the
future has they have been in the
past sucess is certantly in store for
the Maui Racing Association andtlfe
men who strove so hard to keep the
racing spirit alive.
While the time that will lie made
will not ho marvelous it is just asji:
. i . . . . . t ..i . . 1
e.xciiiug 10 see a ciose iinisii m an
evenly and honestly contested race
as it would be to see one that is
faster and unevenly matched. We
sincerly hope that the public will
turn out in full force and patronize
the association that only asks your
contribution once a year.
Do not let Maui be outdone by
Hilo or any where else.
If you will do your part by at
tending, the association will do the
rest. Let us make this a banner
meeting and next year we will be
in a position to invite our friends
from the other Islands.
Never before had such' an event
been so well attended. Baldwin Hall
was crowded with people from all
parts of Central Maui. The 'two
large motor-trucks, of the railroad
company brought forty-eight people
The new Paia school house which
was erected at a cost of $22,000 is
about completed. It still lacks
desks and other school furniture
which must under the new law Ik
provided by the County.
It was rumored that Makino, the
walking, labor delegate, was on Maui
Labor strikes are not apt to come
to the plantations of Central Maui
Puunene, Paia, Ilamakuapokoand
Wailuku the majority of Japanese
are "contract" men earning much
more than SIS per month and be
ing well treated in every ,vay.
James Lindsay of Haiku has been
harvesting recently a half acrt; of
tobacco. The experiment was in
every way most successful.
Mr. D. D. Baldwin's most valu
able collection of Hawaiian land
shell tho achatinella and sea shells
has been forwarded to Seattle for
Mrs. Win. Mann and two children
of Hawaii are visiting at W. C.
Miss Danielson of Honolulu is the
guest of Mrs. E. B. Carley of Paia.
Miss Lucy Lloyd of Honolulu is
paying a visit at Mrs. P. F. Peck's
S. H. Dowdlc is acting as assitant
county engineer, having charge of
all new roads building from Maliko
Children's Day will be celebrated
at Makawao Union Church next
The weather has been dry lately.
To be Erected on Maui
Hon. H. P. Baldwin.
In memory of Fred. C. Baldwin,
son of Hon. and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin
there will soon lie erected a home
for aged people. For some months
past Hon. Henry P. Baldwin,
Maui's philanthropist, has been
making plana for tlie erection of
such a building, ami as he left for
the Coast, it was understood thai
tlie plans were nearly completed.
The building is to be located at
Makawao in a climate not too
warm nor too cold for a home of
this sort. Indeed, a better location
in the Islands could not. be select
ed. It is understood that old peo
ple from all parts of the Territory
can here find a home. Architect
Kerr is making the designs, and
construction will be begun in about
two months' time, when Mr. Bald
win will return from the Main
land, where he has gone with Mrs.
Baldwin for a much needed rest
The Advertiser has the follow
ing comment to make upon the
plans for the home that are now
The first buildings of the home
will accommodate about forty peo
ple, and provision will be made for
the extension and enlargement of
the home to meet the requirements
of the future. Homelike accom
modations and privacy are the two
essentials that Architect Kerr has
obtained in the preliminary plan
for the home that he has drawn
The buildings that
constructed will consist of four
cottages, two to consist of eight
rooms each and two to have six
rooms. There will bo a goneral
sitting-room in each cottage. The
cottages will be connected with the
main building by verandas, the
goneral plan of the buildings call
ing for the adaptation of the quad
In the main building will be
located the quarters for the help,
offices, dining-room, hospital and
auxiliary departments. In the
center of trie grounds there will be
a sun bath, a swimming pool and
The site for the home has been
set aside by the Maui Agrieultral
Company and is an excellent on?
for tho purpose in view. Particular
attention has been made so as to
allow for tho enlargement of the
homo in the future if it be found
It is estimated that the cost of
tho buildings now planned will
amount to -130,000, all of which
has been contributed by Mr. Bald
win. Maui Aid
Perpetuates its self by In
Tho Maui Aid Association, which
was revived in 1905, when Rev.
Rowland B. Dodge, became the re
prefontativo of tho Hawaiian Board
for Maui, Mololrai and Lanai, has
boon steadily doing more work for
tho Churches of Maui County each
year that has passed. The past
year over $13,000.00 was raised.
To better accomplish tho religious
Maui Elks At Swell
The Maui Elks gave Doctor J.
H. Raymond a farewell dinner, at
the Maui Hotel on Monday .even
ing that has perhaps never been
surpassed at any function of a like
nature on the island.
D. H. Davis, Captain Parker
and' .lames Kirkl.md composed the
committee who had the entire ar
rangements in charge.
The dining rooms were tastefully
decorated by F. II. Church. Flow
ers were used in profusion and
pleasing effect, while the table was
provided with the best that the
Honolulu and local markets could
There was song and speech mak
ing and it was a late hour when
the entertainment finally broke up
and the guests returned to their
Dortor Raymond haves soon for
Honolulu where he has formed a
partnership with Doctor C. 13.
Wood where the two will practice
medicine and surgery
Those present were Dr.
R-iymond, D. II. Davis,
Kirkl.md, Captain Parker,
Lufkin, II. M. Coke, .1. L.
W. L. Decoto, A. N. Haysoldeti, F.
J. Church, Dr. F. A. St. Sure, F.
Hons, E. .1. Walker, E. W. Russell
and Dan T. Carey.
and philanthropic work of this
group of Islands, which has been
ion ny me ursi missionaries, it
interested to incorporate the Asso
ciation. This past week a charter
was granted to the following in
corporators: H. P. Baldwin, D.
C. Lindsay, F. F. Baldwin, H. A.
Baldwin, Rev. R. B. Dodge, Rev.
E. R. '1 urner, Rov. T. A. Waltrip,
all of Maui, and Rov. Henry P.
.1 mill of Honolulu.
The Association has been or
ganized for the purpose of render
ing aid and assistance to Churches
and religious institutions affiliated
with the Board of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, and to
educational and charitable institu
tions of the County of Maui. It is
provided that if there should be
sufficient funds on hand that aid
may be given similar ohjects out
side of Maui County. The charter
is granted for a period of fifty
years. The Board of Trustees will
consist of from seven to nine mem
bers, and there is a provision that
other than trustees may bo mem
bers of the Board, and that out of
the total membership the Trustees
are to be elected.
Tho by-laws of the Maui Aid
Association provide that tho Evan
gelical Association of Maui, Molo
kai and Lanai, shall have the right
to nominate two ministers to mem
bership on the Hoard of Trustees,
but that these nominations are
subject to ratification by tho Board
of the Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation. Tho officers of the Maui
Aid Association shall consist of a
president, vice-president, secretary,
treasurer and auditor. The first
meeting for tho election of those
officers is soon to bo held.
Maui is to be congratulated up
on such an efficient organization
of its religious and philanthropic
any whero but
arrangements to go
the races, on July
AND STAND PAT
Resolve that they will not Comply with Demand
of. Strikers-Strikers are Dissatisfied
(KIHCIAL TO THE MAUI NCWK.I
Sugar )('. (leg. test ,'.i)2 Beets 10s. 84d.
E. J. Walker of Kahului has a new Fox Typewriter of the latest
visible model for sale.
HONOLULU, May 28,The planters stand pat and have resolv
ed that they will make no concessions to the striking employees iivthe"
nature of increased compensation.
The strikers are. becoming more dissatisfied with Mtikino.
Baker's family cast him off after he had committed; forgery in
Mrs. John II. Hasscnger died yesterday of heart disease.
WASHINGTON, May 28. It is reported that Professor Jeremiah
of Cornell may be appointed minister to China.
PARIS, May 28 It is rumored 'that Claus. Spreckels, Jr., may
marry Miss Mary Case, a Portland musician.
MANILA, May 2S. Tho three natives who murdered Doctor
Jones have been sentenced to death.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 28. -Thirteen persons were, hanged
yesterday for complicity in a counter revolution.
TULSA. Oklahoma, May 28. Haskell has been indictedi for
WASHINGTON, May 28. Senator Bailey called the editorof.the
Oak Times a liar in a speech yesterday and was afterwards punched
by areprcsentative of that paper.
The Dutch sugar test is to remain as the standard in the tariff bill.
VANCOUVER, May 28.- A lire on the British steamer .Cozultlan
killed one and injured others.
HONOLULU, May 2(5. Makino says tho men may soou;returu
to Waialua and Ewa to keep the crop from spoiling .bolioving. :the
managers will yield later.
Waimanalo struck this morning.
Louis Garcia sues Waialua for 25,000 for the loss of a foot. .The
case is on trial.
Baker confesses to having a wife, and child in Chicago. He,. was
married in 1900 but has not lived with his wife for threo years.-, Wife
number two will stick to him and hopes number one will. divorce him.
CHICAGO, May 2(i. Telegraphic reports urn nourim? into th
city this morning. The record announces one of the largest earthquake
waves ever experienced in tlie United
There was no serious damage done fo
WASHINGTON, May 20. Director of Census North has resigned.
12. Dana Durand succeeds him.
EPSOM, May 20. King Edwards Minora won tho Derby.
CHICAGO, May 27 The earthquake shock hero limk'e. iminv
dishes threw down chimneys and
TOKIO, May 27. Fairbanks attended a session of the bribery .
The presiding Judge on the opening of tlm Court expressed regret
that the distinguished American lawyer and statesman should witneBa
the disgrace of Japans parliament.
WASHINGTON. May 27. The senato discussed sucar for seven
WASHINGTON, May 2(5. The
HONOLULU, May 27. Makino
to the fields.
Tho man injured by thugs and reported dead yosterdav is recovering?
HONOLULU, May 2(5. Tho strikers now obiect to the manner nf
fund handling by Makino. Tho Agitators have received a shock from
the Ewa and Waialua laborers, who
I he Japanese Consul has addressed a letter to tho . JaimneBe
Ronton has refused to meet tho strikers demands and has so noti
There are signs of weakening all along tho line.
h Japanese laborer was severely beaten by Jap thugs ut, Waipahu
II. P. Baldwin left for British Columbia last night.
Woodruffs nomination has been withdrawn.
Alexander Robertson received the endorsement of tho Bar .Asso
Word from Washington is to the effect that Attorney . Clomon9
will receive tho nomination for tiio Fedoral Judgeship if the Bar Asso
ciation will endorse him.
WASHINGTON, May 2(5. The Senate began the sugar tariff, de
bate yesterday. Molnorny strongly opposed free sugar. Other Sena- '
tors expressed tho same sentiment,
SAN FRANCISCO, May 20. Argument on the demurrer of the
Spreckels estate case has been set for July 151th.
ATLANTA, May 25. Tho Railroad here is tied up by - strikers.
The Federal government will undertake to settle the trouble.
NEW YORK, May 20. Johnson will remain in America,. and
fight Kauffnian instead of going lo England.
WEATHERVILLE, Washington, May 20.-An earthquake was
felt hero yesterday. There was no damage.
States. Five states-are affected.
far as known.
started fires in the suburbs.
sugar debate continues today.
advises the contractors to stick
refuse to pay further tribute.