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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1910
I Xocate anb personals
The Lurlitie came in to Kuhului yes
terday. She bought the lumber (or the
stavers will be manufactured by the Ka
hului Railroad Company.
The Arizouan sailed Thursday from
Kahului with 6ve thousand tons of sngar
from that port.
The Russian lalxirers employed by tne
Kahului Railroad Company are proving
.1 Llo'be mot satisfactory.
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business.
Mrs. Rodrignese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tarn Yau Mock, Makawao. Patronage
M. R. Pereira, the foreman of the Maui
Publishing Company is exected back
from the coast on the Hilonian.
A Public Miraculous
Held Relative to Malulani D. L. Meyer Climbs Steep
Hospital. Bank with Auto.
Adion, the racer came up Saturday an
will be entered for the races of July 4th
Other horses will soon be seen on the
track at Kahului.
Much more interest is being taken in
the coming racing events than ever be
fore and good races are assured. They
will tie the best Maui h( s ever seen.
' rey's garage will have in its employ
a machinist within a few days and with
the equipment now on hand will be in a
position to do more quickly much of the
machine work and repair of autos.
With the increasing number of Phill
pinos, Koreans and othor trouble makers
Deputy Sheriff Clem Crowell is kept on
Ben Waggoner of II. Hackfeld and
Company is on Maui this week.
County Attorney D. H. Case went to
Honolulu Friday to attend to legal busi
ness and returned Tuesday evening.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE HO REGO,
On account of needed repairs to her
tnachiuery the Alameda did not sail for
Honolulu until last Sunday. She should
have a large amount of mail which we
will receive Tuesday evening if not
. earlier. '
Cashier C. D. Lufkin expects to leave
on the Lurline or the Wilhelmina in
April for a three months vacation on the
D. H. Davis paid Maui a flying visit
Saturday. He returned on the Mikahala
the same day.
Attorney J. L. Coke came up on the
Claudiue Saturday and returned on the
Mauna Loa of Monday.
,' v. Directors of the Inter-Island Steam
' Navigation Company have recommended
to the stockholders that they invest in
another steamer of the Mauna Kea type.
This proves that the Mauna Kea was a
good investment and the passenger busi
ness between the islands is worth while
taking care of. We are getting more
visitors and our own people demand
Inspector of schools C. E. King arrived
on Maui Saturday and is visiting v the
schools of the Wailuku district.
Mrs. Aoe McGregor and children re
turned to her home in WHialua this
Ou March 26, the Woman's Auxiliary
and the Children's Society of the Mormon
Church will hold meetings4u the new
church buildinir. On March 27, the
church will be dedicated. A luau may
. . .1 .
De expecieu auer uie services. ,y
Augusta Waal was 7 years old on -Fri
day, Maach 4. Postmaster Waal provid
ed ice-cream and cake for his daughter
and her classmates, fifteen in all. at St.
Andrew's Priory, Honolulu.
The Merchandise Department of the
Kahului Railroad Company has re
ceived by this weeks Lurline a carload of
1910 "Mitchell" automobiles consisting
of a fifty horse power seven seated tour
ing car which has been disposed of in
Honolulu, a thirty-five horse power tour
ing car for Mr. D, C. Lindsay and a
thirty-five horse power roadster.
Why drink champagne when you can
get sparkling wine manufactured by the
Kaupakalua Wine and Liquor Company
aud sold by the Maui Wine and Liquor
Deputy Sheriff Clem Crcwell aud John
Perreira arrested Ah Choy of market
street Saturday night for selling opium
He plead guilty and was fined $50 which
A Chinaman and a Japanese had Judge
McKay referee an international scrap
this week. The Judge wasnt present at
the fiifht but from the evidence he
evidently thought the case a draw and
assessed each f 5 as a fine which was paid,
Tudwre Kepoikai has won out in the
suit of W. Keanu versus Hattie Kama
uoulu. Keanu gets his hand back. Judgi
Kepoikai was opposed by Judge Quarles,
George Freeland, A. Aalberg and Cap
tain Evans paid Wailuku a visit Thurday
W. O. Aiken paid Wailuku a visit
The Monthly Ministers' meeting was
held at the Paia church ou Tuesday,
March first, aud was well attended. The
visiting clergymen were preseut and
took the prominent parts in the program,
Rev. C. N. Pond, D. D. gave an instruc
tive bible drill, and Rev. Henry P. Judd
delivered a strong address upou "The
cultivation of the spirit of worship in our
On January 28th committee on David L. Meyer, manager of the
hospitals sent out a circular letter Maui Wine ami Liquor Co. narrow
A cheery "Good morning" often sends to forty-two representative citizens ly avoided a serious accident on
a ray of sunshine streaming through the nsking their advice a to w hether or Monday evening and came out
nnermost recesses of a household, rest- M.,1,,1.,,.: lMMJllit,il should Ih with minor bruises and abrasions
continued. and a thorough shaken p.
The committee furnished the fol- He was driving his automobile
lowing facts for the information of down from the plantation olhce to
the nartics. ward the Maui Wine Co'8 oflice
The following was t lie cost of the when he attempted to pass n
bur, was christened on Sunday afteruoon I lospital and the number of patients Korean on the street who was
February 27th,by Rev. Roland B. Dodge, rm.jviK Pftn. therein, for the term walking ahead of him in the same
the pastor of Union Church. It was a . . . , 1 Wmher ?,1-t. direction. Mr. Mever blew hid
ing there all the livelong day, and again
follows hastening footsteps into the mart
of business, lighting up mid brightening
"the way of the world" as it goes.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Wilbur, Beatrice Julia Wil
rrtt v 1i.ttttf fliriutiiitii fillfl ihf rprp.
tnonv was witnessed bv Mr. and Mrs. C. Vm inclusive.
Hansen. Miss Jennie Hansen. Mr. Victor Gross cost of the Hospital
horn and started
Korean who became
to pass the
C. Shoenberg, aud ineniliers of the im
Mr. James T. Rath, the superintendent
of Palatna settlement, Honolulu, will be
on Maui a few days. He arrived per
Mauna Loa last evening. Mr. Rath is
probably the best known settlement
worker in the Territory, and is consider
ed an authority in his subject. He has
had many flattering offers to large cities,
but has felt he had a work to do in Ho
nolulu, and has wonderfully built up the I Number of hospital-days
of pay patients. (8U days
Xumlier of hospital-days
of indigents Sfifi "
Total number of hospital
days 10 "o "
Gross cost per patient per day $2.71.
Net cost per patient tier day to
settlement under his care to its present
plendid proportions- Mr. Rath is also
very interesting public speaker, aud
will address the congregation at the Ka
hului Church Sunday morning at eleven
'clock, and the Wailuku Union Church
Sunday evening at 7:30. The public are
cordially invited to hear him. '
Mrs. Henry P. Judd gave a very inter
esting and instructive talk before the la- Colmtv SI 93
society at their last meeting, which was r mAWni Pi,t,ont
held with Miss Turner. "V .58 about.
Thus the net loss fur pay patients
7th. the Sunday Schools aud societies in private rooms per day was $.21
of christian endeavor will begin their and on ward pay patients per day
semi-annual session at Waihee. The as- $1, 71 J an average loss on all
sociation of the churches will be held on -:,,,. ,,.. .1,... 01 r-
. ... . d i In order to carry on the hospital
to be of unusual interest. Revs. Messrs. J
w ni.n r w r..,iiv m if n. with the present policy, and nave
kuina, H. P. Judd, Frunk S. Scudder the institution of reasonable useful
and James T. Rath are expected to be iu negB to the whole community, the
for G months I 2")40.00 ran toward the front of the ma-
Salary of the attending chine. As he was two close to the
Physician 300. 00 machine Mr. Meyer was unable to
stop the machine but turned fur-
Total gross cost to the ther out of the street. The Korean
County ft 2S40.00 1 still ran toward the front of the
Receipts from pay patients machine and to prevent the fellow
He 800.00 from being run down Mr. Meyer
ran the machine across the gutter
Net cost to the County 20 10. CO
and up the side of an embankment
of about forty five percent grade
and then down into the street.
Mr. Meyer believed he had run
over the Korean and jumped out
of the machine and ran back to
the rescue only to find the fellow
standing in the street laughing at
him. This was too much even for
Davids good nature and he took
the fellow by the neck and led him
to a phone and called up the police
who put him under arrest for investigation.
The Taws here are such that no
specific charge could be brought
against him unless he had been
charged, 'as was jokingly suggested
by one of the police, with furious
walking but as no intelligent judge
could be made to believe that a
BULLETIN NO. I
HONOLULU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Six room bungalow in Makiki, electric lights, (cms
sewer, small lot, new. Price $2750.
Six room house, ." minutes walk from Punahou,
Anapuni street, modern, barn, servant's quarters.
Six room, 1 'i story, modern bungalow, near
I'awaa Juncjioii, 111 minutes walk from I'miahou.
" modern, barn, servants quarters. Price $.'1200.
Six room house, Makiki street. Price $1500.
College Hill Lots from $610 up to $1500.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
attendance. A strong program has been foHowi m mwt lie incllml Korean was ever guilty of exerting
Honolulu Ironworks Co.
ATLAS STEAM ENGINES
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
himself to such an extent he was
allowed to depart.
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prepareu, copies 01 wumu tu u " abort I v
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n Du 'Mr Ilmlcro I UllieillB, lIlfOHIll IIIK1
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Alay baunaers a mue pan nnraiira - v
girl was before Judge Kingsbury Friday vuhbhui-uum w .nnni-
as a dependent and sent to the Indus- ing Room
trial school in Honolulu to stay there Construction of Maternity
during her minority. She was removed lJoom (sav 2)
from the public school by Inspector of Con8tructiwn of IVt Room
Schools C. E. King after making an in-
vestigation based on complaints of three C 2 rooms J
of Wailukus leading Hawaiian citizens. Construction of Morgue...
The investigation before the court was Various other minor needs,
bitter at times and it developed that roniiira Ptc 5000 00
judges mircuara ana nepomai ueucvcu
I..- w. .
blow Hi TmWe Kenoikai bv the Countv 1 CApununiuc
Attornevs deDartment. From the evi- near future Ifo'jOO.OO
deuce and from the statements of the Having the alove data, we would
court and school inspector this is evidenh- k ., to kindly answer the follow
ly erroneous, ju.ige iepoma.s pan . ciullll(l flip
U t...l 4 ... l.nD Kqam vvkw nstil I O lv,v ' J
II1C WUUIC lliattCI wvvh ".7v . .1 . . . ,
mendable. To an iuiDartial eve witness oinniuc v n.c uuu "
the attitude of the County Attorneys de- to pay patients? Or, should the
partment has been above reproach. County close the Hospital and en- Small Jobs and Kepair Work- by
The Supreme Court has handed down dea vor to provide for the care of the
a unanimousdecision in the Charles indigent sick at private ohspitals,
Chamberlain case wherein the defendant i,y anulies or otherwise
was senteuceu Dy ju ge fl.CKay to one f ft ,K)Hpital ;a continued, for the
years luiynwjuuicui iui an uuuuikBu. .'a h
1 . rf Ula ot f a f U'lU'St id UIW ptttlPlltS Well U8 HI
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts ami Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Market Street, :- -:- Wailuku.
CONTRACTOR and B U I L I) K R
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
The name that you always find on the very Ix-st
Sporting CokmIs made. We are the Spalding Distri
butors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
of these well known gixxls.
Do you play P.ase ball, Football, Basket ball,
Tennis, Ciolf, Hand luill, Croquet or any of the many
games that are played in these Islands? If you do,
or if you go in for Athletics of any sort, send to US
for your equipment and we will guarantee satisfaction.
Day or Contract.
Wah.oku, Maui, T.
primp norainst hia steo daughter. Mav
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Saunders. The supreme court sustains (iigenis, snouiu not, conragious anu
the lower court. I maternity cases be cared for also?
Rev. and Mrs. Collins G. Burnhaui of The present site of the Hospital
Lahaina are to be guests in Wailuku dur. as well as the Hospital buildings,
ing the week of the association meeting arc mai- unsatisfactory. If the
t W ailiee. lirtitWol a in lu mnnt litttiil ftr till
The tennis courts of Paia are being nay Pfttient8. would it not le winter
graded, and the cour s w.l nereaiier De to8t,loctanewgite ftn(1 erect ww
chauLe will be verv agreeable, as tne builds than to spend .000 on the
claverson the Haiku side have had to present sue anu continue 10 iry uuu
face the afternoon sun. maintain the present buildings? If
The Women's Aid Society will meet you advise selecting a new site, and
with Mrs. C. M. Roberts ou Tuesday, erecting new buildings, kindly state
March, 15th at three o'clock. . what site is your preference.
The Wailuku Japanese Church thrcAigff (gd.) T. B. LYONS,
the Maui Aid Association has this week M F. PCKil K,
nurchased the old Kalepoleno Church CiEO. KAl'HI.
bell, aud it is now hung in the bell tower A public meeting was held Tues-
of tte Church
D. W. BURCHARD
ATTORN B Y-AT-LAW
Office: Schrader Hldg. Main Street
Will practice in all Federal and
NOTICE OF MEETING OF MAUI
LAND AND RAILROAD
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Maui Laud and Rail
road Co. will be held at the office and
principal place of business of the Com
pany, at Kahului, Maui, T. II., on Mon
day, the 21st day of March, 1910, at lo
o'clock A. M.
F. F. BALDWIN,
Puunene, February 28, 1910.
Although the bell is not day evening. A large representative March 5 12-19-
a new one it, has a sweet tone, and makes body was present. At this meeting
more bell to be heard on Sunday It was pointed out that the pay pa
tients are being cared for at much
Mrs U. nerreoi iionoium is ., . .. . , fin(itfli.ed
spending . few weeks in Wailuku as the u &iyocled a ,,u.
guest of Mrs. W. A. McKay. be cha j a8 near lhe co8t
Don't miss the Jesters' Social to be of their care as could be ascertain
given by the Women's Aid Society of the ed, while the County pay for the
Wailuku I'nion Church at the home of care of all indigents.
Mr. H. B. peuhallow Friday evening, I The comaiittee reported the fol
April 1st. Plenty of good, wholesome I lowing day favoring the continu
fun. sandwiches, coffee aud games. Ad- ance of the hospital and the pur
mission and refreshments 25 ceuts. Re- c,ase of needed instruments. In
uieuiWr! Admission, a good larce and , . ,.., . a,:onta ,1,
t HOME ENTERPRISE I
The attention of Local Retailers and the
Public at large is called to the fact that we are
a local concern and our stock holders are resi
dents of this islands who help support the various
enterprise of Maui.
We ask for your trade as we believe it to lie
to your interest as well as our selves to sup
port Local Enterprises.
We carry every thing in our line you require.
Give us your Patronage.
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
refreshments all for 25 cents
quarter of a dollar!
i..i. the matter of pay patients
committee aekea tor luruier time.
Retsuiar meetings will le held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second aud fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially 111
vited to atteud.
L. M. BALDWIN, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
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may Ik- made in the
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