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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1910
The Texan la in port at Kahului. J
John Mattavn was a passenger to Hono
lulu this week.
Miss M. Joseph was a passenger to
Dr. M. Oyama went to Honolulu Tues
day by the Claudine.
Miss Alexander took the Claudine
Tuesday for Honolulu.
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business. x
F. J. Hare, the post cflice'inspector re
turned to Honolulu Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Onishi of Rahului was a pas
senger to the metropolis this week.
Harold Henderson, a brother of George
B. Henderson, is taking in the sights of
Approximately two acres of rice land
below Wailuku mill is for sale. Apply
to this office.
The molasses tank in Kahului which
was built for the molasses of the H. C. &
S. Co. is completed.
: The second quartely calender of the
Wailuku Union church has been printed
for use on Sunday April 3rd.
L. von Tempsky and daughters paid
Wailuku a visit this week. They came
down on horseback from the ranch.
Rev. R. B. Podge preached at the Paia
Portuguese church Sunday morning at
the largely attended .Easter service.
Mr. Robert Law of Lahaina announces
the engagement of his daughter, Lulu,
to Mr. Wilfrid Oreenwell of Honolulu.
The Mauuaolu Alumni Association will
give its annual luau and dance at the
Wailuku Town Hall on Saturday April
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opeued dressmaking parlors in the
' Tam Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
The William P. Frye is in Kahului
harbor loading sugar. She came in ballast
and will take 5500 tons of sugar around
The Hyades came in Friday and left
' Tuesday for San Francisco. She brought
the lumber, timbers and piles for the
new wharf. " '
Mrs. V. A, Vetlesen, who has been
visiting her parents in Sydney Australia
is expected to reach Wailuku today bv
the Claudiue. " -
The church of tlie Good Shepherd was
filled to its utmost capacity Suuday. The
offerings iu. this church on that day
amounted to over f 1 100.
The Adrhiral came in Tuesday of last
week with a consignment of lumber for
the Merchandise Department of the Ka
kului Railroad Company.
. H. B. Weller has the furniture depart
ment of the Kahului store tastefully dis
played with choice furniture which is
sold at less than Honolulu prices.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooke of Molo
kai ranch with their two children are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Penhallow.
Mr. Cooke is serving on the jury.
B. Brightwell the Haiku teacher who
was receutly ill in the Paia hospital has
partially recovered and left Tuesday for
Honolulu for treatment for his eyes.
Judge R. P. Quarles of Honolulu is in
Wailuku this week, engaged in legal bat
tle in the Circuit Court. He is opposed
by Attorneys Case, Vivas and Stanley
Manuel Sequeira the Kahului police
officer went to Honolulu Tuesday to bring
his wife home. Mrs. Sequeira has been
ill in Honolulu. They are expected home
" The Wailuku Auto Company wants
. your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO RF-GO,
Captain Bal is oiling part of High street
and Vineyard street and as soon as the
work on the later is done the rest of High
street will be oiled to Waikapu Junction.
This will be a much needed and much
The regular trains from Paia, Spreckels-
ville, Puunene and Wailuku will carry
all parties who wish to see the ball game
today at Kahului. After the games
special trains will carry passengers to the
above named destinations.
Attorney James L. Coke came up from
Honolulu Saturday on legal business and
returned Monday night. He and his law
partner, E. A. Douthitt, will come up
again today aud will defend Kuwahara,
who is indicted for murder iu the first
- April 1st, at the home of 'Mr
and Mrs. Penhallow will take place
the First Engagement . on
Maul of the Hilarity Opera
Company presenting a new and
original(?) farce entitled ObStI
nacy interpreted by aphenomi
nalcastof OperatlcStars. The
only company authorized to appear
Tt this time.
The Woman's Guild of the Chnrch of
the Church of the Good Shephetd will
hold its regular business meeting at the
Rectory, Wailuku, on Tuesday, April
5th, at 2:30 p. in.
Atoha Lodge No. 3. Knights of Pythias
will celebrate the anniversary of the de
dication of their castle hall by giving a
dance on" the 16th instant. The affair
will be strictly con lined to those receiving
invitations and all children will be ex
cluded. "The dance is to be one of the
events of the season.
Rev. A. J. Kaleikini, the pastor of the
Spreckelsville Hawaiian Church died
Wednesday morning in the early hours.
He was buried late in the afternoon. Rev.
L. B. Kaumeheiwa of Wailuku conduct
ed the services. Mr. Kaleikini has been
afflicted with consumption, and gradually
failing for the last year.
It is denied that Mr. IX II. Davis of
Honolulu will drive Hilo's fast pacer on
July 4th at Kahului as he had previously
promised to handle the ribbons of Cyclone
who by the way is being gotten into shape
by daily exercise. From this it would
seem'that Maui has a pretty good chance
of winning the trotting and pacing purse
which it is said will be more than $ 500.
4The Maui Athletic Association held a
meeting Inst Tuesday evening at the Wai
luku Town Hall. The officers of last sea
son were re-elected, with the exception
of secretary A. Garcia, who resigned.
George B. Schrader was elected to suc
ceed him as secretary and treasurer. Dr.
F. A. St. Sure was elected ground-manager
for the coming season. Another
meeting will be held next Tuesday even
ing at which time a schedule will be
arranged. All persons interested in the
national game are requested to be pre
Schooner M. Turner
Ashore at Kahului.
The four-masted schooner M.
Turner, Captain Lapping, with a
cargo of nitrates from Chili, con
signed to the Hawaiian Commer
cial fe Sugar Co., went ashore yes
terday morning at eleven o'clock
at the end of the breakwater, cast
of the American Girl buoy, in Ka
Anchors were immediately set
out and appear to be holding well
Thetugboat Leslie Baldwin went
immediately to her rescue but
could not get near owing to the
roughness of the weather.
It is believed that if the weather
moderates, the steamer Mikahala,
which was telegraphed for, will be
able to save her today. All hands
are still on board.
But Few Cases Before Court
This Week. :
There were but few cases .this
week before the district court, but
one of them is an important one
and may require the calling of the
Jnichi Sakai, of Kahului, was
charged with stealing sixty-five cents
from Sentaro Sugiki: and on his
plea of his guilty was sentenced to
three months in jail.
Francis Armstrong of the Alex
ander Black, and It- W. Howell,
were charged with breaking into
Stender's saloon, at Kahului, on the
night of March 21st, and stealing
tub of sake. The value of the sake
is placed at eight dollars and the
breaking into the building with fe
lonious intent constitutes burglary
in the first degree. By agreement
the case against the men is contin
Kim Mung Sick, a driver of a
horse belonging to V. Uchida, of
the White Sewing Machine Com
pany, was sentenced to pay 815 for
driving an uninanagable horse along
a public street.
In this connection it would -be
well for the police to watch others
who weekly are guilty of like o
fenst'B ami endangering the safety
of the public.
Kim Yoni On forfeited $1 bail
for not appearing when wanted t
answer to a charge of being drunk
Much Activity in Church
At Holy Innocents' Church,
Easter services were held as fol
lows: Holy Communion at 7 n. m.;
ildren's choral service nt 10 a.
m.; Holy Communion, partly
choral, at 11 a. m. Appropriate
addresses were given by the Uev.
eopold Kroll. The Easter music
as sung by the vested choir and
he congregation, Mrs. Uowena
Hose presiding at the organ. Pat
rick Shaw and Gu Mon Tai served
as acolytes. During the services a
child was baptized. The church
as decorated with greenery, and
le altar was adorned with flowers
and lighted candles. The children's
offering, amounting to $25, will be
sent to the church Missions House
n New York City.
A union meeting .was held at
Hale Aloha on Sunday evening,
the Rev. Messrs, White, Burnham
nd Kroll giving Easter addresses.
These services will be continued
once a month, until further notice.
A moving picture entertainment
was announced to take place on
three evenings, at the Koman
Catholic school building.
Mr. Kroll's school has a vacation
The vacation of the Lahaina
public school will take place next
Miss Btone, from Lexington,
Mass., is a guest of Mrs. C. A. Mac-
Donald at Lahainaluna:'
A gentleman named Richmond,
tourist from Rhode Island, was
at Lahainaluna last Mondtv.
Kepoikai and Burchard Form
A partnership for tlie general
practice of law has leen formed by
Judge A. N. Kepoikai and D. W.
The new law firm has had fitted
up large neat offices in the Kepoikai
block. The rooms formerly occupied
as headquarters of tlie Republican
party have been taken over, and
will be used in conjunction with the
offices of Judge Kepoikai.
Judge Kepoikai enjoys a good
practice, and is a recognized author
ity on Hawaiian land laws. Attor
ney Burchard is a recent arrival
here from the coast, where lie en
joyed a lucrative practice in San
Jose and later in San Francisco.
Charles Lyons Dies
In Bandon, Oregon
Bandon, Oregon, March 15.
Charles Lyons, a well-known residen
of the Coquille valley, departed
this life on Saturday, February 2G
1910, aged about 75 years, 'at Ban
don, where he had made his home
for some months. Mr. Lyons got a
fall from one of the elevated street
of that place, facturing several rils
some weeks ago, since which lie has
been confined to his room, and it is
supposed that death was due to in
The deceased is survived by tw
sons, Charles Lyons, now residing
in Honolulu, and Harry Lyons, of
California, the latter of whom paid
him a" visit a month ago. He wa
a brother of the late Jaiucs
Lyons, who for a number oyears
owned and conducted the saw null
in this city. Coquille Herald.
White Steaumr Automobile a great
bargain. Apply on board Leslie Bald'
win. Kahului, Maul.
Use of Meats
Valuable Information for the
Discussion of the increasing cost of
living has brought to light quite
generally that the cheaper cuts of
meats are more difficult to prepare
for the table than the more exnen-
ve portions of the carcass, due to a
ack of knowledge of how they may
he made appetizing and palatable.
With a view to providing the house-
eepp rs of the country with practical
suggestions along this line, the U.
. Department ; of Agriculture . has
prepared a manual of economy in
leat cooking that contains much
valuable information, which will be
issued free. It is known as "Eco
nomic Use of Meats in the Home,"
nd may be had by addressing a re
quest to the Secretary of Agricul
ture, Washington, D. C.
The contents covers a variety of
subjects including 40 recipes of sav
ory dishes and much general in
formation such as :
General methods of preparing
Utilizing cheaper cuts of meat in
A simple but practical method of
Method of extending the flavor of
The recipes have been selected
from a wide range collected from
pproved sources and are all simple
formulas Calling for such items of
mm! as are generally to be found in
every household and requiring no
technical knowledge to compound.
Aidion, the grandson of the celebrated
Salvador has recently been purchased bv
Lahaina parties who intend to enter him
in the fourth of July races at Kahului.
The price paid for him is reported to have
been less than the fast mare Bauonica re
cently sold on the coast.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate
Iu the matter of the Estate of B. MA
HUNA, late of Kula, Maui, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Nalehu Lewis, a niece of said deceased,
alleging that B. Mahuna, of Kula, Mnui,
died intestate at Kula, Maui, on the 17th
day of January, A.. 1)1910, leaving proper
ty in the Territory of Hawaii necessary
to be administered upon, and praying that
.etters of Administration issue to peti
tioner, Nalehu Lewis.
It is Ordered that Monday, the 9th day
of May, A. D, 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
be and hereby is appointed for hearing
said Fetition in the Court Room of this
Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
place all persons concerned nicy appear
aud show cause, if any they have, why
said Petition should not be granted, and
that notice of this order shall be pub
lished once a week for three successive
weeks in the Maui N"W8, a weekly news
paper printed and published in Wailuku,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 29th day
of March," 1910.
S. B. KINCSIiURV,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Eijcnd H. Hakt,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the and
Notice is hereby given that the matter
of opening and closing certain roads at
Kapaluia, in the District of Makawao,
County of Maui, will be taken up for
final consideration by the Board of Sup
ervisors at its regular session to be held
at Wailuku.on the 8th day of April, 1910,
at I :jo p. ui. '
Dated at Wujluku, Maui, this 25th day
of March, 1910.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
March 26, April .
$5.(10 Reward. Lost near Ilium; 2 ctr
tilicates Honolulu Brewery stock.
W. A. YEATS,
Nahiku, Hana, Maui.
Melt. 25, Apr. 2-9.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
Honolulu Iron Works Co,
ATLAS STEAM liNGlNIiS
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
The name th t you always find on the very liesl
Sporting Goods made. We nre'the Spaldiifg Distri
butors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
of these well known goods.
Do you play Base ball, Foot ball, Basket ball,
Tennis, Golf, Hand ball-, 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.
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, We ask" for your trade as we believe it to be
to youP interest as well as our selves to sup-
port Local Enterprises. -
We carry every thing in our line you require.
Give us your Patronage.
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HONOLULU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Six room bungalow in Makiki, electric lights, gas,
sewer, small lot, new. Price $2750.
Six room house, 5 minutes walk from Punnhou,
Anapuni street, modern, barn, servant's quarters. . .
Price $3250. " . . - . -
Six room, lJ-- story, modern bungalow, near
Pawaa Junction, 10 minutes walk from Punahnu,
modern, barn, servants quarters. Price $3200.
Six room house, Makiki street. Price $1500.
College Hill Lots from $640 up to $1500.
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