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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1909
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THE MAUI NEWS
I Xocals anfc
"Be sure and be there." Where? At
the Town Hall on Saturday evening Octo
Judge C. Copp was h Wniluku caller this
A three-room cottage is for rent. See
ad in this issue.
Rev. M. G. Santos and wife went to
Mrs. McXicolI and children left for
Mr. A. F. Tavares of Makawao was in
W. T. Hall, wife and child were pas
sengers to the City Tuesday.
Meet your best girl at the dance to be
given at the Town Hall on Saturday
evening, October 30.
W. J. Coelho was a passenger to the
City by the Claudine Tuesday.
'The Claudine left Kahului Tuesday of
this week instead of Wednesday
Mrs. Richard Quiuu and child were
passengers to the City Tuesday.
Dr. K. A. St. Sure was called to Koua
this week on professional business.
W. I. Wells of the Kaupakalua school
was a passenger to Honolulu Tuesday.
Deputy County Attorney Enos Vincent
returned from a well earned vacation this
Judge J. W. Kalua went to Molokai on
business and pleasure last week ud re
The local merchants report heavy sales
in dress goods. This goes to show that
the young ladies are preparing for the
dance ou the 30th of this month.
According to the report of Dr. F. A
St. Sure Market street seems to be a hot
bed of tuberculosis.
N. K. Otsuka left for Honolulu last
night where he is required to uppear as a
witness Ijefore the Federal Court.
Mr.'and Mrs. S. A. Anthony returned
to Honolulu after a 'very pleasunt visit
with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Alexauder'of
Judge and Mrs. Seidell B. Kingsbury
left last night for Honolulu to be the
guests of Majo and Mrs. Wadhams ut
Deputy County Attorney Enos Vincent
and clerk IT. C. Mossman have resigned
in order to give the newly appointed
County Attorney a free hand,
Do you believe in education? Then at'
tend the dance and sale at the Town Hull
-on the 30th inst. The funds thus derived
will be used to erect a school building
for the St. Anthony's Girls school.
D. H. Davis the genial assistant man.
ager of the Maui Wine & Liquor Co,
went to Honolulu Tuesday. He, expects
to visit Kauai before he returns.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai, Deputy County
Attorney Enos Vincent and A. G. Correa
were the applicants for the County At
torneyship left vacant by the resignatiou
' J. L. Coke.
Now Open in Baldwin House
A rending room of the Daldwin
Heaise Settlement is now open Mon
ilay and Thursday evenings where
magaf.cB and papers, games and
music may lx found. Miss Town
send, who is an enthusiast in settle
ment work has several classes for
children in industrial work. The
kindergarten school has a large at
tendance. Mrs. Simpson is assisted
this. year by Miss Zulan Chey and
Miss Uosie Otis.
Lihaina is well supplied with
church Itolls. One of the largest has
just lieon plaeeel over Hale Aloha
On Monday, a Jaiancsc was kill
$d in Kaulu gulch by dynamite.
The Hoard of County SuK-rvisurs were
in session this week.
Tony Tavares who has been the mix
ologist of the Maui Hotel bar for some
years left for Honolulu Tuesday. He was
accompanied by his wife and child. They
will make their future home in Honolulu.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONIi DO RF.GO,
County Attorney J. L. Coke reported
to the Hoard of Supervisors at their meet
ing this week that a street could be cut
through the blocks back of Main street to
the Armory grounds and suggested that
in order to perpetuate a well known anil
familiar name that the street be called
Knpi'kulii Avenue. The matter will be
taken up at the next meeting.
The holiday season is approaching and
you will ueed suitable presents for your
friends. An excellent opportunity will
be given you at the sale given by the
Catholic Ladies' Aid Society on Satur
day evening, October 30.
A three-room cottaire adjacent to the
Wniluku Deixt. Rent reasonable. Aii)lv
at First National Hank of Wailuku.
Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30.
CORNWKLL -Thursday noon, October
7th, I909, Waikapu, Maui, to the wife
of Jas. L. Cornwell, a son.
Dance and Sale at
Wailuku Town Hall.
-, On Saturday evening, October !U),
the Catholic Indies' Aid Society will
give a dance and sale of fancy arti-
len at the Wailuku Town Hall.
Those who have been fortunate
enough to attend the dances given
by this society in the past will look
forward for a good time, auel the
indications are th-jj'a better time
than heretofore will lie had.
The sale of fancy articles has also
been well patronized in the past, for
there has always been innumerable
useful fancy articles on . sale. The
ladies have been long at work and
are in the hope's of excelling, if pos
sible, all previous sales by having
more nnd better articles. Thn prices
asked are reasonable anel well within
the reach tf all people.
The purpose of this elance anel
sale is to increase the fund to be
used to builel a new building for the
St- Anthemy's girls' school, which
has for Homo time past been much
Mr. Hutchinson has finished bis
contract at Kaanapali and has gone
to liana. He has made about a
mile of excellent maeadmiel road
On Tuesday evening the people of
Lihaina were surprised and de light
ed to hear strains ef sweet music
floating across the water as the
Mauna Ken dropped her anchor and
soon discovered that a loat load of
IJerger's band Ih.js were coming
ashore to treat Lihaina to concert
for 11 Unit half an hour.
Lihainaluna school has KiO pupils
who are cultivating Vu acres eif cane.
Ernest Cocki tt a student of tin
Normal School is sick at his home.
He is improving. Mr. David White
a student of I'unahou who has been
sick is up around now and will soon
return to college.
Miss Kva Taylor is taking the
commercial course at the High school
this year. She also lakes (iermau
The bright little daughter of our
populur postmaster, is ' back from
Honolulu visiting her father.
Planned To Be Formed on
A movement is em foot to organ
ize a Chanibi r of Cointnt ree on the
island of Maui which is destined to
mark the beginning of a new era in
A call has lx-en issued in the fol
lowing form :
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 1, 1000.
It has been suggested by the Hon
olulu ChamlxT of Commerce that
the growth eif business on the islanel
of Maui, and the necessities of the
community, show that the time has
come for the business men of Maui
to unite in association for tin; emi
comnion benefit of all those interest
ed. This can lie lust accomplished by
t'le formation of a Chaml-cr of Com
merce which should alliliate .vit.li
the Chamber of Commerce in 1 Iono
lulu, and through that body, with
the National Chamber of Commerce
The proposed irgani.ation must
I.h throughly representative to be
really cdicicnt, and should be non-political-
You are? therefore 1'cqiieste-d to at
tend a meeting of the representative
business men ef Maui to discuss the
question and if found desirable, to
take' the necessary, steps to incor
porate and establish a Chaiulier of
Commerce for this Island.
The meeting will be held at 8 I
M. e.n Tuesday, October 11, UXW,
in the Wailuku Town Hall.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining uncalled for in this
otliee for the month -ending of Sep
temlxT 30, l'.tO'J.
Ladies: Mele A. li. Alekenia,
Mary Jkiaalu,, Helen Fernandez,
Mrs. Ku, Kaipo Keola, Kanahalai,
Rose Kanakamaikai, Kahula Ka-
nmka, Carry Kakalia, Kaahanui,
Pola Kakalia, Muahula, l'iko Nuila,
(lentlenien: Aulani, Jack Aki,
J110. Hello, K. lionjcrine'ii. Nicanra
Rorrero '2, Jose de Freitas Coelho,
Antonio de Castro, Goo. Hookano,
Jno. Hall 2, (juuuna (joiiquiim d
Jesus, David . Kaaihue, Sam Kaie-
hue, Kim Yun Kyu, Kaonohi, lie
pe;ka Kaaukai, M. Kahinalau, Ka-
halowila 1, Kauluwahi, Raul Kaau
kai, Kanohonahele, G . R. Kiliama
hama, Kaliko Kahanu, D. L. W.
Kaaekuahiwi, J. K- Kuloloia, Sam
Lindsay. Jno. Lewis, Kalani Nino
haha, Fernando de Suiza Maneca,
Dominge)S Marquez, Henry Wm.
Ruauke, A. Kanmkapolapola, Quong
Sick, Joao F. Ramalho, A; Rottray,
IVdros Ramos, ttian Rivero, Susu-
ki, Sarin, Francisco dos Santos
H. Tanaka, Henry Williams, Youn
Wailuku, Maui, T. 11. October 1,
M. T. LYONS,
Sheriff Lindsay is tilling in tin
low ground near the canal. Mr
Lindsay deserves much praise for
this exiH'iisive work as it will
beautify the town very much am
lie a benefit more to bis neighbor.-
than for himself. Manager Wi inz
heimer is lending him mules cars
etc. without which it would be al
most impossible to do the work.
Strongly Object to Short
Honolulu, October 2. The
school teachers of Hawaii wenf on
record Tuesday afternoon, at the
meeting of the Territorial Teachers'
Association, held at the MeKinley
High School, as being strongly
opposed to the new system in
augurated this year by Superinten
dent Rabbit of appointing teachers
for one school term only instead eif
for the full '3ar as heretofore.
This system is not at nil along the
lines of the Declaration of the Na
tional Education Association of the
United States, made at the Denver
Convention July S', of this year.
Flie association in the declaration
lid, "The National Education
Association approves the ever in
creasing tlemanel for better quali
fied teachers in the common
schools. This higher standard
must leael logically to a longer
tenure and to a compensation
more nearly .commensurate with
the quality of preparation and
with the nature of the service
This, in the opinion of the Ho
nolulu teachers, is a step in nil
... . . ' .
vance, while Mr. Datibltt-s'inwe is
a step backward. Instead of tend
ing toward longer tenure, it has
just the opposite effect, and there
fore does not militate foi n higher
The subject was vigorously de
bated by the teachers and hearty
disnpprovnl of the innovation was
expressed by many of them. Super
intendent Rabbitt, it seems, once
more has a pedagogic norne't's nest
about his ears, if, by a long stretch
of imagination, pretty school-
ma'ams may be likciu-d to hornets.
The iom in which the meeting
was held certainly buzzed, at a
The declaration of principles of
the National Education Associa
tion was unanimously endorsed by
the Territorial Association, which
shows what the teachers as a body
think of uppjintinent for the term
instead of for the school year. The
opmon was expresseii mat the
ellieiencv of the work would be
lessened by shortening the tenure
of appoint nunt, Mr. Taggard
speaking at length along this line.
Plans were made by the associa
tion to engage in an active cam
paign, in conjunction with other
educational organizations, to create
a more cllicient school cystem in
the Territory. The executive com
mittee of the association will have
direct charge of this important
Officers for the ensuing year
were elected as follows: President,
Mr. (iilmore; vice president, Miss
Ruth Shaw; secretary and trens-
urer, Lena E. Whitfoid.
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Honolulu, October 2. A provi
sional campaign committee was ap
pointed at a niei ting of the Repub
lican Executive Committee at noon
today. Chairman Clarence L. Crabbe
of the Republican Territorial Com
mittee is its chairman.
As the main purposes of having
such a committee, declared in a re
solution naming its members, are
tin investigation of the present state
eif the party in the City and County,
the settlement of differences within
the party ranks and, generally, the
stirring up of interest among Repu
blican workers in next year's eam
paign. Those in attendance expressed a
desire that all loyal Republican who
are ready to assist in reorganizing
the party or who may have any sug
gestions to oiler should communi
cate as soon as ossibk with mem
bers .of the provisional committee,
who are the following named:
Fourth Pistrict-.lohn C. Lmeand
Lorrin Andrews. -
Kifih District-1 . L. Conkling
and A. S. Kaleiopu.
Clarence Crablx-, chairman, and
Eli J. Crawford, clerk.
Qut-klr acrtaiii our opinion free whether an
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ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Kt-i.'u!ar ineetinifs w ill Ik- lu-lil at tin
Knil'hls of I'vthias Hall. U';iihiLii 1.11 th-
second nyil fourth Saturdays of eiii'U
All visitillt' llli'liilu-rs liri- rnrili.-illi- in.
vitt-d to attend.
WM. Ari.T, C. C.
JOHN J. WAI.SH, K. OPK. & S.
LODGLMAUI, No. 8 , A. F. & A M.
Statel (neeiiiM's will tie held at
Mas line ll.ul, K' ltmlui, on the first
Siltairdav nii.'1't i( each iiionth ut 7 .HO
N'isi'.ine luelliree are cordially in
vited to at lend.
C. E. CdPEI.AND i. V. M.
l. f. Secretary.