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-THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY -20, 1910
J. H. McKenxie went to Honolulu
D. T. Carey is expected home today
M. Caliral ami wife were passengers to
the city this week.
Mrs. R. Rosario was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
D. T. Carey took in the floral parade
iu Honolulu this week.
H. M. Coke o( Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business.
'Billy Oreen, the populurtrnveling sale
men, is in Wailuku this week.
i.rry Cooper was a passenger to the
city by the Claudine Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Aikau of Hana were
passengers to Honolulu this week.
Mrs. K. Y. Rosecrans went to HotiolulH
Wednesday for medical treatment.
The public schools are closed Tuesday
the JJiid as that day is a legal holiday.
W. F. J. Hate, a former resident of
Puunene returued to Maui Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Chalmers, the wife of manager
Chalmers of Hana, went to the city this
L. Von Tempsky was a visitor to Ho
nolulu this week and enjoyed the floral
Hugh Howell went to Hilo Wednesday
He is oiie of the commissioners of public
If you want as good as the best at a
low figure buy a Royal typewriter of the
Dan Conway the veterau traveling
salesman of Davies and Company is at
the Wailuku Hotel.
'. Assistant Cashier J. Garcia and wife
and child went to Honolulu Friday even
tug to take in the floral parade.
Potnba and Ferreira have dissolved
partnership. A. Pomba will conduct the
Aloha Saloop alone in future.
The Mauna Loa came up Wednesday
instead of Tuesday. She brought back
a large number of passengers.
J. A. Aheong went to Honolulu this
week. He is a prospective bidder on the
laying of pipe in the Kula pipe line.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken and his sister Miss
Irene Aiken took in the floral parade
this week. They returned Wednesday.
R. A. Robbins, representing Lewers
and Cooke has been on Maui for a few
days. He returned Wednesday to Hono
lulu. Mrs. Beggs a nurse in the Puunene
Hospital went to Honolulu by Wednes
days Claudine. She expects to return
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tani Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
The betting on the out come of the
Jeffries Johnson fight has opened in San
Francisco on a basis of ten to seven iu
favor of Jeffries.
Judge and Mrs. Selden B. Kingsbury
have been quite ill with the grip. He
has sufficiently recovered to attend to the
Work of the court.
Manuel Sequeira of Kahului returued
Wednesday from Honolulu where he
went to consult physicians relative to his
wife who is seriously ill.
Mr." C. D. Lufkin delivered this week
t A. Garcia a fine Kingsbury piano. He
also sold to J. P. Cockett of Vlupalakua
a piano of the same make.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin returned
from Honolulu Wednesday where they
took part in the floral parade. Mrs.
Baldwin was one of the prize winners.
H. M. Gittle took the steamer Wednes
day for I.uhaiua. He has just made a
tour of the rubber district and says the
rubber trees are growing to beat the
The Monthly Ministers' meeting of the
Coutral Maui Churches will be held
March 1st, at the Hawaiian Church, Paia.
Revs. Judd and Pond will deliver ad
dresses. The Maunaolu Seminary girls speut a
most enjoyable holiday on the 22nd at
the Von Tempsky beach house. Trans
portation was furnished by the Maui
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO RF.GO,
"The concert and dance at the Town
Hall Saturday was a most decided success
much credit is due R. J. K. Nawahiue
for the training given the Waihee school
girls who did so well on that evening.
It has been suggested that a driving
euutest be one of the features of the
sports at the race track oil July 4th, the
suggestion is a good one and should be
considered by the committee iu charge.
The idea is fcr each driver to drive eight
horses. It is said that Frank and KJ.
Lewis of Honolulu and Robert Lillis of
Iaui are willing to enter.
Wm, G. Hall returned to Honolulu
Attorney Judd came up from Honolulu
Ben Vickers of the Regal Shoe Co. of
Honolulu is on Maui this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lindsay of Hai
ku were Wailuku visitors Saturday.
Mrs. F. F. Baldwin of l'uunens. as
one of the prize winners Ht the (Iriral
parade on Tuesday in Honolulu.
I. eland Stanford Contiess has accepted
the editorship of the Hawaii Herald of
Hilo. He takes the place of C. K. Buck-
land who recently resigned on account
of failing eye sight.
Senator W. T. Robinson and his sou
Anson went to Honolulu Friday night
and took iu the floral parade. The
Misses F.va, Lovey and Pet will accom
pany their father home.
Rev. C. N. Pond, I. 1)., who has been
heard with much favor in Honolulu, will
preach at the Wailuku Union Church to
morrow evening, Febnnry 27th ai half
past seven. The public are cordially in
vited to hear him.
Miss Annie Alexander of Oakland,
California, was iu town yesterday, visit
ing the Alexander Settlement and the
Parsonage, where her grandfather lived
for many years. She was entertained at
the Parsonage. She is soon to return to
her California home.
Rev. and Mrs. Henry P. Judd are on
the Island for a few days. They are
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Dodge, and are
visiting their many friends in Central
Maui. On Thursday evening Mr. Judd
addressed the congregation at the Kaa
huuianu Chuch, and 011 Sunday night
will preach at Waikapu. On Sunday
morning February 27, Mr. Judd will
preach at the Kahului Union Church.
Captain R. H. Parker and wife return
ed Wednesday from Honolulu after
spending a most delightful visit in the
city where they took in the parade and
the Elks trail. The captain enjoyed
immensely the discomfiture of the
brothers who were tried before the Elks
court on various trumped up charges un
til he was arrested on a charge of runn
ing the Alexander Black on the reef and
fined a dollar for the benefit of the order.
The captaiu and Mrs. Parker would not
have missed the pleasure of the trip for a
hundred times the fine.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC
LANDS, ISLAND OF MAUI.
At the front dodr of the Court House,
Wailuku, Maui, at 12 o'clock noon, Sat
urday, March 26th, 1910, there .will be
sold at public auction under Part IV,
Land Act 1895 Section 276, Revised Laws
of Hawaii, the following:
Three (3) lots situate at Nahiku, Koo
Lot No. Area. Upset Price.
54 6. 11 Ac. agricultural land ( 122,00
55 6.56 " " 131.00
56 14.00 " " 35-
Purchaser to pay cost of Patent and
Cost of advertising to be paid by Pur
For maps and further particulars,
apply to W. O. Aiken, Sub-Agent 4th
Land District, Makawao, Maui, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Public
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, February 18, 1910.
Feb. 26. Mch. 5, 12, 19, 26.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between A.
Pomba and M. A. Ferreira under the co
partnership known as Pouiba & Ferreira
as proprietors of the Aloha Saloon, has
been dissolved by mutual consent and
that the business heretofore conducted by
the said firm will hereafter be conducted
by A. Pomba. '
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. H. this
24th day of Febiuary 1910.
D. W. BURCI1ARD
Office: Schroder Bldg. Main Street
Will practice in all Federal and
Al.OHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will 1k held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, 011 the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
L. M. BALDWIN, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
The Government Has Been
Tin- Department of Agriculture
has recently lieen informed that cer
tain of its publications dealing with
ucalyptus have been misquoted by
several companies interested in scl-
ing lands. For instance, Circular
)7, of the Forest Service, has hcen
misrepresented as saying that - Cali
fornia will in a few years he the
only source of hardwood supply in
the diked States. Such 11 statement
as never been made in any of the
Forest Service publications and is
not considered a fact .
The Department experts Ulieve
that there is promise of considerable
success in the cultivation of eucalyp
tus trees in many parts of California
but estimates of profit and of growth
lave been attributed to the Depart
ment which are unauthorized.
There are many uncertainties con
nected with eucalyptus culture, the
Government cxjx'rts say,, which the
investor should take into account.
In some rases statements falsely
iittributed to the Forest Service in
idvertising matter have been cor
rected when attention was called to
the facts, but not before the mis
statements had been widely circula
ted. Secretary Wilson says he does
not intend to allow the name of his
Department to lie used as a means
of victimizing the public, and that
in future any concern which attri
butes to the Forest Service unau
thorized statements may expect t,he
statements to lie publicly disavowed.
Bishop Libert Discusses the
The Hilo Tribune of the 22nd
publishes the following:
"Personally I am against prohi
I believe that prohibition is
Regulation and enforcement of
the laws is what is needed."
The alnive statements were made
by Bishop Libert, the head of the
Catholic Church in the Hawaiian
Islands, a churchman whose views
have always commanded the greatest
respect among Catholics and non-
The bishop arrived in Hilo hist
Wednesday evening, coming from
Kau, and left for Honolulu in the
Mauna Kea last Friday.
During his stay in Hilo lie was
asked what were his views on the
"Personally I am against prohi
bition," he answered. 'I believe,
that prohibition is foolishness. The
Latin proverb says: 'Virtuu in
Medio,' that is virtue is in the mid
die,' and prohibition is an extreme
"What we need is a strict enforce
ment of the laws. What is the use
of drafting prohibiting laws, in case
they are not enforced? It is a well
known fact that stolen apples taste
the sweetest. When a thing is for
bidden it is human natuo to want
just that thing. If we have prohi
bition I am sure there will 1m? an in
crease 01 drunkenness, and the
manufacture of illicit liquors will
bo greater. It is an open secret
that okolehao is Ix ing made all over
the islands. I don't know who
makes, it, but it is there, and every
week or so you read that a still has
been found or n "blind pig" lias
If you saw how conditions are
in the old countries you would le
come convinced that regulation am
the enforcement of the law is the
proper thing. In these countries
there is no such thing as prohibi
Mrs. Holt Rides For Maui in
Honolulu, February 22. Follow
ing were today's lloral parade prize
awards, Dr. M. T. Monsarrat an
nouncing them thfough the mega
phone as the successful competitors
ipproached the judges' stand
Island Princesses Hawaii, Miss
Wilhelmina Weight, Hilo, first
prize; Molokai, Miss Mary Kaon,
second; Mrs. Chris Holt, Maui,
third; Kauai, Mrs. Peter Malina,
mirth; Oahu, Miss Wattie Holt!
Hicycles Yacht Hawaii, ('has.
ililand ami J. Iiodrigues, tirt;
rt Shatter, Private Mewcar, se
ond; Uncle Stun, P. Tyau, third.
One ladder wagon, Honolulu Fire
Department, special prize.
Each pan rider was awarded n
iblMin; presented by Mrs. W. F.
Autos and Automobiles Floats
Harvard Graduates, grand first
prize of silver cup; second prize,
Class A, Princeton Graduates; third
prize, same class, "Queen of Poses,"
lames L. MeClean.
In ("lass H the awards were as
'ollows: 'Summer in Hawaii,"
Miss II ustacc, first; study in blue
ind white, T. Clive Davies, second;
American beauty roses, Mrs. II. T.
In Class C, "Lilerty Bell" enter
ed by Mr. King, was awarded first
prize; second prize, Mrs. Baldwin,
of Puunene, Maui.
Special grand prize of a silver cup
was awarded in this class to II. F.
Wichnian's auto, occupied by Merle
M. Johnson and Mrs. Dougherty,
tasket of roses.
Auto Floats Yon Hamm-Young
first prize; Japanese Merchants'
Association, second; Pacific Club,
Special mention in the latter class
the Misses Gilman, a pretty laven-
In this class Louis Touissant
would have lieen awarded third
prize (that having lecn divided at
Thomas square) but his machine
broke down ami did not reach the
park at all.
Pele at the Volcano, special priz
Horse - Drawn Floats Chinese
Merchants' Association, first prize;
Germany Residents' floats, second;
of Missionaries from the Thaddeus,
Honorable mention iu this class
was given Oahu Railway, Coast
wise Suspension;" British float,
with R. .1. Buddy as John Dull;
tinted Chinese Society, character
In this class a siiceial grand prize
of a silver cup was awarded to the
Kamehameha School for a native
house and life scheme, iu which pu
pils of Uth schools, clad in ancient
tion. 1 011 see men sitting in the
cafes ami drinking their glass of
licer, but you do not see anything
like the drunkenness which prevails
here. That is because the liquor
traflic is well regulated, and the
la.vs are carried out.
"I have, however, not given the
liquor question much study, but I
intend, on my return to Honolulu,
to look over some articles which I
have on the question. These do,
however, I feel sure, take the view
"I lielieve good might come from
the abolishing of the saloon. That
is the place where the greater part
of the 'evil originates; but it is
foolish to try to prohibit the sale of
liquor, for tliose who want it will
get it, anyhow. It is the abuse of
liquor which is to le fought."
Joy and sorrow visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. I). K. Kaliini of Waikapu
last Sunday. Tlieir ten year old daughter
died after an illness of a few mouths and
011 the same day a daughter was born.
A concert will be given by the Waihee
Singing Club at I'uuueue Club House
Camp s on 26th, 1910 for the lx-nefit of
Puunene Church for the purpose of de
fraying the expense of the church con
veution ut Waihee, Maui.
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Six room, ' story, modern bungalow, near
Ptiwaa Junction, 10 minutes walk from Punahou,
modern, barn, servants quarters. Price $3200.
Six rMm house, Makiki street. Price $4500.
College Hill Lots from $610 up to $1500.
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