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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1 909
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
The Annual Election Held
meeting of tliu
Winnen's Aid Society of tlie Wai
luku Union Church wan held
with Mr.-. Dodge at the Parsonage
last Tuesday. There was u good
attendance, and much interest shown
initho work of the Society. The re
port of the Secretary and Treasurer,
Miss Zelie K. Rogers, was read.
There is a good halanee on hand bli
the begining of the new year. The
work of the past twelve months was
reviewed hy Miss Roger.-, and her
report showed that a large amount
of work had boon accomplished.
, The following officers were elected
ed for the coining term; Mrs. Row
land B. Dodge, President; Mrs. E.
V. It.ittnlU'. Vice President: Miss
Akiau On Tai, Secretary and Treas
urer; Mrs. Daniel If. Case, Chair
man of the Executive Committee
The other member of the last named
committee is Mrs. Frank Soininer-
"Following the election the remain
der of the afternoon was spend in
discussing plans for the work before
the Society. Several new ideas wepe
presented by a special 'committee,
wliiidi wore :u ontcd. J he Work IS
to'bo much enlarged, and the scope
of the Society to be made much
broader and more eil'eetivo than ever
It was voted to have the first
social meeting for the members of
thT Society and their families on
Monday night, November 1, at th
Parsonage. It will be a Halloween
Fine Minsirel Show
at K. of P. Hall
OmtNitnnlay evening, the 23rd
inst, the people of Central Maui
will be given an opportunity to see
the first real colored minstrel show
presented here when Wi.-eand Mil
ton's company from the Orpheum
Tin atre, Honolulu, appear at the
Knights of Pythias Hall A coin
pletu change, of program will be
given on Monday and Tuesday
evenings, tin; ztxu aim nnn nisi
After six weeks of playing to
packed houses in Honolulu they
are now delighting the people of
IIil6 and will arrive here next Sat
urday morning for a three day's
Wise and Milton, who Head the
company, are a very versatile team
Hen'Wise is a first-rate character
comedian, fine singer and dancer
and Katie Milton, the other half
of tho team, is a charming soubrctte
who has a very graceful stage ap
pearance, charming personality and
a beautiful voice. They put on
some very clover and funny sketch
es together and always keep the
audiences convulsed with laughter,
Pool and Rooks are very cluvc
ontcrtainers.' Rooks is an accom
plisied pianist and both are good
singers and artistic performers.
The Mitchells are billed as the
comic Koons from Koondom and
must be seen to be appreciated.
Ranee Smith as singer dancer
and monologue artist is a revela
tion. A cleverer dancer in soft
shoes has not been seen on the loca
stage, and we have had some good
ones at that.
Tho Spencers are singeis and
sketch artists. ill bpuncerhas
beautiful tenor voice which will bo
heard to advantage in one of his
arge Audience Present and
Impressive Services Held.
hast Sunday, October tenth,
there was added to the long roll of
Maui Churches the new Kvango-
ical Church at Spveckelsville. At
the recent Association mooting at
Lahaina a committee for the pur
pose of organizing this Church and
for dedicating the building was ap
pointed. For some months the Hawaiian
people of Spreckelsville had been
making their plans for the event,
and the Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Company had been getting
the prettv new Church edifice
ready. Special train service from
iia and Wailuku was seemed,
and nearly one hundred guests
from outside of Spreckelsville were
present Fully two hundred peo
ple were inside the Church and
near the windows where they
could listen. The Church itself
could not accommodate all that
wanted to get in.
The first i art of the program
was the organizing of the Church,
which Rev. Mr. Dodge chairman
of the committee pronounced as
completed, after Rev L. R. kau-
mcheiwu had tak"ii in the twenty-
one charter memliers and they had
assented to tin- Confession and
Covenant. Rev. Obed Nawahine
offered the Dedicatory prayer, and
Rev Theo. A. Walt rip preached
the sermon fioni 1 Cor. 3:!), "Ye
are w n la-is together with Cod."
(iiei'tings from tin- other Maui
Churches, and wi-iei nie into their
fellowship were brought by Rev
E. H. Turner, lb- also gave a
brief 'charge to tin- members of the
A printed dedicatory service was
used by the acting pa.-tor cf the
Church, Mr. Albeit .1. Kaleikini
m iitl the members. J Ion. II. P.
Baldwin made a very impresshe
speech in Hawaiian anil delivered
the kevs of the new Church build
ing to the care of the members.
Hon. John W. Kalua spoke of the
history of the attempt to organize
a Church in Spreckelsvill. and the
part the Association lias had in the
The Church is tho recipient of a
beautiful Communion Service from
Hon. II. P Baldwin, and of a large
Hawaiian Bible from Mr. Win,
Much credit for tho pretty struc
tore is due the Plantation and to
Mr. Bernard F;., Italic, tho head
carpenter, who had entire chauge
of the building after the plans
were once drawn. Tho cost was
$850.00, but with the furnishings
and gifts tho total amount ex
ponded will be close to $1000.
After the exercises a substantial
luau was served in the club house
As a ballad singer Lulu Petlicord
brings down the house every time,
Last but not least comes the an
nouncement that Sonny Cunlia will
be brought along to play tho ac
Will Prestidge came up by last
Saturday's Claudino and completed
arrangements for tho performances.
He joined tho company Tuesday
night on the Mauua Kea on their
way to Hilo where thoy are now
Special trains will run from all
stations. Tickets are now on sale
at tho Maui Dry Goods it Grocery
Co.'s main store.
Lahaina Teachers Hold Meet
The teachers of Lahaina district
held their meeting for the year
last Satuiday. Miss White gave
an instrumental piece and Miss
Roberts sang a solo. Miss Ilodes
cribed her trip and what she saw
at Seattle. Mr. Roberts described
tho Volcano. Mr. Wilson gave an
account of a tramp he, Mr. Roberts,
and Mr. Paschall made around the
island of Maui. Mr. Paschall
described the grandeur of Haleaka
la. All three spoke of the hospi
tality of Hawaiians and others as
they tramped about two hundred
miles often wet and tired. Mr.
and Mrs. 'fay lor of Kipahulu were
much praised for their kindness.
There were twenty present and all
seemed inspired with a high ideal
for the work of this year.
Mr. and Mis. Lufkin are living
in their beautiful little cottage by
the sea. Mr. Lufkin has taken
charge of the Lahaina bank while
Mr. Slioernberg is having a pleas
ant change in the Wailuku bank.
Bishop Restarick spent Saturday
and Sunday in Lahaina. On Sun
day he preached thiec times, con
firmed eight and baptised twenty
ono person?. The Rev. Leopold
Kroll is inorea?ing his Hock,
several df whom are Koreans, 'flic
good bishop was much pleased with
Mr. and Mrs. Kroll's fine house
and their kindly manner in enter
taining him. He left for Honolulu
on Mondav evening.
Mrs. Robb and c itildr en of Kaa-
uapali are back from Honolulu
where Mrs Roblt was visiting her
Mrs. Dunn is in Kohala visiting
her sister, Mrs. Crozier.
Mr. (5. W. Smith of Honolulu
has donated a beautiful llag to the
During William Henniiig's ab
sence Senator' J layselden is acting
manager of the Ice Works.
The Rev. C. G. Burnham will
preach on Sunday evening at Wai
luku for Rev. R. 'iJ. Dodge.
Doctor Sugimoto died here 'I ties
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its Social
meeting on Tuesday, Octoher 19th at the
residence of Mrs, J. N. S. Williams, Ka
hului. The ladies of the Kaahumanu church
of Wailuku will give a lunch at the Town
Hall today for the purpose of raising
funds to make needed repairs 011 the
church building. The building is in need
of repairs and the ladies will probably
give n series of luncheons for this pur
pose. County Attorney I). II. Case went to
Honolulu Friday on legal business. He
J. I,. Coke who retired as' County At
torney at the close of office hours yester
day made a flying business trip tcI.ahai
nu Friday and returned in time Saturday
to take the steamer for liana. He return
ed Wednesday on the Claudiuc,
The dance at I'uuueue Satunlay-wns a
great success. This will be the last dance
at I'uuueue until the grinding season is.
I'uuueue Avenue will be doubly appre
ciated when opened as the road that must
be traveled while the work is being done
011 I'uuueue Avenue is one of the worst
M. M. Johnson of Wichman's is on
Maui this week taking orders for jewelry
The Honolulu Iron Works is content
plating the purchase of the railroad
machine shops at Hilo.
Maui Wine Purchases Kau--pakalua
A deal has been consummated
with the Kaupakalua Winery by
which the M.mi Wine it Liquor Co.
becomes the sole owner of all of the
wine now owned by the former com
pany. Assistant manager D. U. Davis
has just returned from Kauai and
Honolulu. On Kauai he placed an
agency with J. 1. Silva the leading
business man on the garden island.
Lovcjoy it. Co. are the Honolulu
agents of the Maui Wine for the
Arrangements have been made
with tho Kahului Railroad Co. to
haul all of the wine to Paia and
ship on their railroad to any point
touched by the same.
The auto trucks of the Company
will be used to do the hauling.
Kaupakalua wine is one of the
most popular wines used in the terri
tory. . It is rich and the flavor ex
cellent. It is far superior to the
California wines which have been
used so extensively here in the past.
A. J. Spitzer tbe traveling man is on
Maui this week.
W. 1. Lowell of l'uia was a Wailuku
Wailuku enjoyed a good ruin Monday
IJditor Sheba thinks Maui in greater
labor troubles than Hawaii. The big is
land is to be congratulated.
Internal Revenue Inspector Ooyle says
swipes is being made all over Ivona from
one end of the district to the other and
the effect is the ruin of the Hawaiian
Hilo has just gone through a church
row which resulted in charges against
ReV. Mr. Peuton-Smith and the resigna
tion of Mrs. Polsoin who had charge of
the church choir.
' Dr. K. h. Hutchinson of Hilo is going
to retire from the practice of dentistry
and plant tobacco oa his laud at Kall
mann. Kaupakalua wine is the richest wine
on' 'the Market
A deed has been fded in the bureau of
conveyances at Honolulu by the terms of
which John I). Spreckels and A. II.
Spreckels sell to George I.ycurgus two
pieces of laud in Hilo. One contains 1.92
acres; the other only .16 acres. These
cover the Hilo Hotel premises.
C. I), l'ringle went to Hilo last week
by the Claudiue, to take the Internal
Revenue position there that was formerly
held by Otto Hermit
Mr. C. Hedemauu, of the Honolulu
Iron Works, has been appointed Consul
for Denmark in the Territory of Hawaii
Territorial officials in Honolulu have
been compelled to pay their taxes due
and overdue to the Territory, in accor
dance with Section 1 iS of the Revised
Dr. I). H. Curry, of the Marine Hospi
tal service, will be the new director of
the leprosarium at Molokai. He has been
attending the international congress on
leprosy at llergen, Norway
Alec Desha returned to his Hilo home
Saturday from Kahului on the Claudiue,
He had been employed in the survey of
Sheriff 1'ua had not been out of Hilo
for five minutes last week, on his way to
Kmi, before the Deputy Sheriff therohad
been notified that "the Sheriff is com
ing." Hawaii Herald
Willie Dutro goes to Kauai to accept
employment with the U. S. Engineer
Staff. He will be employed in survey
Mrs. 15. C.Threlfallof Centerville Call
fornia is visiting Mrs. George Wilbur of
Wailuku. Mrs. Threlfall was formerly
resident of Spreckelsville.
G. Nakatsu of the First National Maill
ot Wailuku left Monday evening for
Viiiuiiuii 1 1 1 J itj oc.iiiic, ills Jfliii:e , .
being filled by fiddie Awaiu of Makawj I
America Will Help Finarce China's Railways---
Finland Must Contribute $4,000,000--Mother
Superior Judith is Dead.
'SPKCIAL TO Tlir. .MALI M2W8.)
-ttgar OfS dcg. ta-t 4:25 Heels Us. 4d.
HONOLULLU, October 15. Mother Superior Judith is dead. ,.
Within six weeks Pearl Harbor and Pearl City emplacements will'
be read v.
ATLANTIC CITY, October
Barrills statement that he did not ascend to the top of Mt. McKinley
and suggests that money may have influenced Barrill.
WASHINGTON, October 15.
financing Chinese railways.
HELSINGFORS, Octoher 15.
toward the Russian budget.
WASHINGTON, October 15.
Hies the pennant for target shooting.
PARIS, October 15. Trouble
WASHINGTON, October 15.
Lawshee has resigned.
Tho Cruie caso is closed by the
HONOLULU, Oct6ber 13. Deputy Auditor Movers has resigned.
No successor has been named.
Over $13,000 were added to the Y. M. C. A. fund today. '
The Ketcliell--.Iohnson prize fight has been postponed until Sat-
NEW YOPiK, October 13. Peary made a statinent today to the
effect that the evidence, of the Esquimaux will prove that Cook did not
reach the pole. Cook says the evidence will prove conclusively that
WASHINGTON, October 13.
official statement will be made relative to the Crane case
BARCELONA, October 13.
revolutionist was executed here todav.
SAN FRANCISCO, Octobtr
representing Italy at the Portola Frestival has arrived.
PHOENIX, October 13. In a
statehood for Arizona and New Mexico. '
15LUE FIELD, Octoher 13 - Juan Estrada has been chosen as tho
eader of the revolutionist party which will attempt to depose Zelaya.
PARIS, October 14. Ten thousand persons took part in a demon
stration yesterday when word was received that Serrer had been execut
ed in Barcelona. Tioops were called out and chained the rioters.
PEKING, October 14. Japan
Crane. Tho affair has caused much
WASHINGTON, October 14. -
decided that money may be taken
to repair and supply fortifications
PEKIN, Octoher 11. Japan
she will insipt 011 her right to be taken into consultation in regard to
all matters pertaining to the reconstruction and maintenance of Man-
HONOLULU, October 13. Forty-four thousand dollars w.n raised
for the Y. M. C. A. building yesterday.
Marston Campbell says the Nuuanu water is unfit to drink and
never will bo.
Mori loft for Maui last night to collect money for his defense.
The telephone franchise will be signed.
WASHINGTON, October 13. -Knox told Crane ho would accept
Crane's resignation. Crane so far has declined. He says his utterances
were at the command of tho President and he wonders if there is a
split between Taft and Knox.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 13. The libel suit of Roosevelt filed
against tho News and the Now York Sun has been discontinued.
KEY WEST, October 13. Five hundred houses were destroyed
by tho hurricane. Nine churches and five cigar factories are in ruins.
WASHING'IT October 13. Tho Union labor is preparing a
great welcome b jinpers on his return.
HONOH' , October 13. Honokaa sold at SilS.oO, Waialua at
$11.85, MeP e fl.37, Olaa 15.25. Ewa $30.25.
LODGE A l,No.5)8 V,A.P.&A.M.
' ted mcc lings will bo held at
' .nic Hall, Kahului, 011 the first
.inlay night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
ited to attend.
C. E. COPELAND R. W. M.
13 EN.I A M I N W IL-LIA M S,
t. f. Secretary.
OF CRANE '
ACCEPTED BY TAFT
15. Cook denies the truth of
America is to have her shaie in
Finland must eotUribute 4,000,OoV
The UnileU Statesship Washington
may follow the execution of Serrer.
-The 3rd Assistant Post Master.
acceptance of Cranes resignation'
It is announced that no further'
Serrer, a well known educator and
13. The Italian cruiser Calabria',
speech here today Taft favored
requested the recall of minister
Comptroller of the treasury has
from the general fortification funds
has'submitted a letter stating that
ALOIIA LODGU NO. a KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
VM. AULT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OP U. & S.