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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JULY 23, 1910
Slakes a Contradiction.
Mr. Fdnuind II. Hart has taktn out mi
Mrs, John L. Col limn is in Wuiluku
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Lyons.
Solomon" Kahoohalahala has bet-h re
ijippointed district judge for Lanai.
The Lighthouse tender "Kukui" touch
ed at McGregor's Monday morning.
Mr. C. A. MacDonald of Lahaiaalnmi
was a guest at the 1'arsonage over Sun
day. The Maui Racing Association gave a
banquet yesterday evening at the Maui
Guy S. Goodness Hsq. has been com
missioned tirst district magistrate for
Mr, and Mrs. S. S. l'axon who were
visiting Mr. O. J. Whiteheads of Wuilu
ku returned to itono.uiu last 1'riilay.
The wooden Slaves lor the tore., j
section of the Ivul.i pipeline are feariy
all finished ami ready to be iut in lace
where it will be used.
Miss Mary Emily Sinclair, Assistant
Professor of Mathematics in Oberlin Col
lege, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rowland
B. Dodge of Wailuku.
Mr. Short's son received the appoint
liient from the Oregon Congressmen be
fore coining to the Islands.so he is a can
didate from the Web-foot state.
i Hiutok Mai r X i:vs:
Will you kindly r.tililisli tl e fol
lowing contradiction to part of the
report of tlie prohibition meeting
licldatWiiicliu, Maui, July 10, 1910,
published under the title "Mormon?
nre favoring Prohibition."
Senator Coelho is reported ns
"getting hot" and saying that
'these young Mormon elders from
I'tnlt were a lot of way wan I boys
at home, whose parents had slip
lecl them out here to get rid of
them, and to keep them nwny from
evil influenced and temptations at
home, and to enable them to get over
thtir bad habits," and further ad-
visng Hie ' llawaiians to get rid of
tht se haole youngsters, and not sup-
1'ort tin in or listen to them and
ttiicir pernicious tlia-torines."
I am (otal.v unable to recall the
Sena. or as uttering these things in
his speicli and I do m.it think that
he made sveh a false statement.
Mr. C oelho did not ridicule the
Mormon elders in the least, but
rather excepted us from some statc-
Itwmtia Yviili in Ivnimla . ' 'ltw ' I
in general, and his only advice was:
"Do not vote for Prohibition."
The false report about the Mor
mon youngters" should not really
need a contradiction for it is a fact
well established that a change of
:nds in improv-
THE MAW DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO., LTD.
Desire to Call, the
1 Attention of their
and Patrons to the
Opening of their
New Furniture De
they will Carry a
Married" at the William and Mary
Alexander 1'arsonage, Wailuku, by Rev.
Rowland B. Dodge, Ah Loy Kong You
of Kihei and Pua Keola of Kiliei.
" X lariie number of Japanese" assembled flimate in no way
at the Kahuhu wharf Tuesday evening ing bad habits.
U bid farewell to Rev. Tanaka, who goes I, and all other Mormon elders,
to Riverside. California, to reside and to are for Prohibition, hut let US ad
follow his occupation as a preacher. ., ., ,i
1 x ' va nee the cause on its merits, not by
- Services at the Church of the Good 'misrepresenting or slandering those
Shepherd Sunday the ninth after Trinity tjmt nro ,K)t ou.our Pi(e
at 7 a. in. and 11 a. m. Sunday School
at 10, Eveuing service at Puuneue Club
House at 7:43.
Judge K. II.-, Rogers of Lahaina is re
torted to be very ill, and Udward C.
Robinson Ksq. has beeu appointed act
ing district magistrate for Lahaina for
the time being.
- Mauacer W. A. Anderson of Kahiku
with Mrs. Anderson and their daughter.
took the Claudine Tuesday for llonolulu.
Mrs. Anderson will go ta the Coast 011
three week's vacation.
Eldkh Hakox H. IIaoluxd.
i otk : one version was to the
cJiVct that the elders created a dis
turbance and drove the senator
away? A correct version of what
took place, instead of a general de
nial of certain statements only,
would have enabled our renders to
judge of the' incident for themselves.
The remarks referred to were toned
Full Line of Bedroom Sets, Table s, Chairs,
Woodenware Goods and House Furnishings.
Goods May be Bought on the Installment
AN INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT.
MAUI DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO., LTD.
F m ipo Store OepartiiTert
Rev. and Mrs. Colling G. Burnham of down in language, not exaggerated,
Lahaina are passing their vacation at the before they were allowed to ' get in
home of Rev. William Brewster Oleson print. Tf the Senator kept hjrt tem-
at Colleee Hills, Honolulu llie
dress is care of Box 489, Honolulu.
Rev. K. B, Turner of I'aia, and Rev
The Fire Company
Keeps in Practice.
The Wailuku Fire Company had
ad- I ...... ..J ,.T,i...-. l.r...Hl ,lnM.. 1 ilsi tluliol innntlilv nrnfi.tni tiro ill'ill
it 1 ivuu nuns iii;hiu iiwiujiig uciu 1 ...'v.... ...... .v.. w.
gatory of themselves we credit them Saturday afternoon last. The fire-
with In inir eood clean disnutants. men hauled the fire engine out of
Will They Get the
"Weekly Call" Instead?
Daniel Tweedie, the special agent ;
., u ! .... . ,, (PKTf.RO (k), childr
r the ban h ranciseo hxaminer , c . .,;
I,. U.KaumeneiwaovauuKu afe mce - f()r tlm ,a u us((1( prohlMy in th fire station, Ollto High Street,
1I1K WUU cxeeiicill olll.t.c: lu iuv ivin 1 .. ,ll II il11
B 1.... . It ... .... 1... I ..,1,1. iiFfitv i.iiifv llrv IliA ti).itl ltco
of an eueciive uwiiie as iciiiieu 10 us uy mitiv, mi f
was dropped into the open ditch
back of D. II. Case's residence, and
the firemen practiced at squirting
water from the firehose onto the
bitiou campaign 011 the hast side
Maui. Large, audiences and euthusiasn several people who were there are
greet the visitors- A r.ither highly colored, and pretty
Mrs. R. B. Podge gave an afternoon strong. Emtok.
at home on Monday.of this week for
Miss Nora Towner, Miss Lucena Mer-
rinan. and Miss M. Emily Sinclair. The
invitation was given at the church ser
vices last Sunday evening. A large
number of ladies were present.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
I'ope doesn't like reporters to attend board
of education Uieetings. Roosevelt re-
Town Hall grounds
lhesaiety valves ot the engine
With n H cick wertt 80 stoani i,rt'8suru L'ouu
nor, go over 10" pounas, anu, wun
tlu nrowa irn nt llitit. lioiiit. the 1hm-
W'ednesday evening lust an auto- x. . . . , .
' 0 men threw a stream of water almost
n.omie returning to 1 aia wun to the height of the Kaahunianu
ustd tete the 1 c pe in Rome. In Ho- three passangcrs beside the chauf- Church steeple
nolulutberoperetusestoseeKooseyeus feur run iito ja,mnese.hack on The engine, in charge of W. E.
nest inenus, tne report, a, -. ti,,. , . . . fIl BalJr., worked smoothly, and the
BiJCV.itr a 1 i 1 v- w '" 1 I
kind.-Star. Maui iSoda and lee Works, Wai oieau' f,loou'
..; , ... m, .... .. reduced at will, the only inconve-
1 UC iriciiiio vi m; . . . I IUKU I .1 .1 .
1 i,i to hear that he received a cable- .... ' . ' nience ueing a tendency on tne pan
gram from his oldest sou Edwin on Wed- 1 e ul was Col,,S iown on of t1ie noZZleCnd of the hose to shake
uesday last, saying that he had passed the right title ol tlie loaU While-htself from the grip of the nozzlellitn
his exminations for entrance to tne u. the hack was coming upon the when the steam pressure was at its
S. Naval Academy. Aunapons, iuary,anu w- j; - of .
I C " I C5 " " "
(he machine picked up the hack A number of the firemen were de-
dead in front there as no driver tailed to clean out the hydrants on
on the front seat and the chauffeur Main and Market streets which they
put on the brskei but tlie machine dutifully performed, rettrning later
. i 1 - A....1.l ku l.u..L..,il (ima ti 1 . 1 1.1.. I,.....,.. ...Ul. .1...
reported as Having cicbucu uuuiu nut v n...v- wui auu miuiuy, out jiunjjr iviniii.c
f3,ooo apiece from their cane growing aV0id the crash consciousness ' of duties faithfully
contracts with the. Mam Agricultural ,.. , . tne alU0 ,.iinr(T11,i
..... ..... l.uiti.r u IfittlRfi 1.11- 1 . . I b'
, , . . iwpi'p inn v iii'inseii wnne tne otner rt,.r u r fi.n ivmr... iiutu-m.
two escaped injury. The hack metl at the station to pass on fire
has badly smashed and one of the company business matters, and
horses had to bo killed. When voted to purchase fire helmets and
those in the auto picked 'them- patent nose and eye protectors
This week the employes of the cannery gelves out of the mix up there was for th hoseineii, ull of which are
went out on a strike lor Inglier wages, :.i . mir nor hide of the Jan 1 l.,,,11v i,i ...l...l in ense i.f a liiir fire
r ,zri": :zz a9 might hap,.,,, but which
iu "i"1""- .i... :i t .. . . . .
4iid all hands cheerfully went back to mmy uio jemi ci.j, a u is nopeu, Will not
...i i i a .. '. : . i a. i . ...... i
i,.eir lobs. The manager uiteuiis to meo anu junei scene wun ms oei-i The followniK hrenien were He
celebrate the auspicious entry of the sons gj,.j ;n the rear seat oblivious to the tailed to took after the fire engint
f Nippon in the fruit cannery misiue. tot)tin )orn cf the approaching '. K. TJal. Jr.. linKineer: M. Part
the hrstweenoi auruh uj- b""'S Tl,a ,7.a nur nmmitB 4 .,..:,. v....i (U 1 -
lanmiese euuivaleut lor a uaole tiance v.ui. .... . nBolowllv uugiiiwi , v-b i
and a Hawaiian luau. t0 over $300, the hack suffered the stoker: J. Coelho, Assistant Btoker;
It appears that Mr. J. Kirkland had loss of a horse and could be re- piko Kaaepa and Tolly Kaulahea,
nothing to do with the purchase oi a. ,,.llreii for foU more. Ditch Teinb rs
l.rOS blCeOT limit. IM,U!. ..r.,.,,1ulrot...l il. lutpr
K'irtlAnd ,t the re usal of a good Horse
lor Dir. uii iui v..c ior luuu.ng unuj num vuo I The new KMhuliil sleamlioat wharf IS
than wliat wr. uros. wa win K ' f ..Mn,M ,ul. . . ..., .., ....,..
.1 At... .V...1 nrllt tllr. Ill Ul H"V nv .w. ii w VH.-..w.v f- LUUI JlCitU Hint OlIUVOl KttUT kiiJi..
teeing a colt for &ile m in the Hrcedcr antl v stated he wanted to escort The bhetl ofer the wharfis up and only
."l.Ke':;,,,! "iS'ase:! the lady home first before looking the corrigated iron remains to be put on.
" . :. 1 . . i : i Hie uoverumeni is uuiuiiiig me
Maui lor a inucu lesser ugurc ftUt.r ,,ie wiet'K oi ins urn nig uui- proacle8 a3 tt astbe labor and
was asked lor uie uuix -nt. ...
it. u.-n nn of the fortuuate lo4 out oil
68o to pass the mental test.
A number of Japanese cane growers
left by the Claudine last Tuesday to re
turn to Japan. Some among them were
guist our reporter was unable to personal
ly interview the lucky sugar planters.
The Mau i Pineapple Cannery, a Japan
se owned concern at Pauwela, began
Derations a week ago last Tuesday.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK Tilt
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OI
At Chambers In Probate,
in the matter of the Estate of MA
RIA (w), MELE (w), MA11IAI (k) and
reu of Makalii (k),
who Comes to the Territory every order to Show Cause on Guardian's
year about this time, arrived on Application to Sell Real Estate.
Kauai a couple of weeks UgXl, and t J Reading and Piling the Petition of
has been traveling around the JsJ NAOLA MAkalU (w) the Guardian of
, , , , T , ,. . j Maria, Mele, Mahiai and Pctero, children
land for that .paper. In addition to I of MaUHi (k)f tWceasea millorSi pray.
the "Weekly Examiner", he is also' lng for cricr Qf sale of certain real
taking subscriptions, at reduced I estate belonging to said wards, viz:
prices, of all the best magazines, and ! All that certain tract, piece or parcel
t). l..,i;.,.l.,;u- ,! -,...L lv ( la,ia situated at 1'uleuuiki and Kame-
He returns to Honolulu by th Ki
nau today : garden Island.
Dan. Twcedie, who styles him
self the special agent for the San
Francisco Examiner, collected a
largo number of subscriptions for
the American Weekly while on Maui
about tlje first week .in Juneind
the subscribers are still wondering
when the paper will lx) coming?
The Weekly Call is being mailed
by some 6uo to said subscribers,
and many are wodering if the Call
comes in the shape of a nianuahi or
premium. There is talk of swear
ing out a warrant to have Mr.
Tweedie explain where the "Week
ly American" subscriptions have
The Weekly Cull as a paper may
be just as good" even u it is a
cheaper paper than the American
Weekly, hut Mr. Twcedie's friends
want to get what they paid for,.
and, if not, want their money back
could be used.
Mr. Freeland brought a hunt
ing dog named Mae, from Honolulu.
Mrs. Waldeyer invited several
friends to a social tea on July 13.
Rev. Mr. Wadman of Honolulu
is at the Japanese Methodist Mis
sion. Messrs. Freeland and Austin, and
Mrs Aalberg, arrived on the Claudine.
A Jaimneso named Hayafune has
opened a shop for repairing auto
Miss I'unsy lloUrts has returned
from the volcano, and is booked for
the coast, on the Wilheliniua,
hameiki, in Kulu, County of Maui,- con
taining 10:32 Acres, the same being des-
crilied in Laud Patent No. 4909 to Maka
lii, and setting forth certain legal rea
sons why such real estate should be Sold,
For the purpose of paying off a cer
tain mortgage on said premises and for
the support and maintenance of said
IT IS HERKIiY ORDERED, that the
heirs and next of kin of said ward and all
persons interested in the said estate, ap
pear before this Court on Saturday, the
27th day of August, A. D. . 1910, at 10
o'clock A. M., at the Court Room of this
Court, in Wailuku, Maui, then and there
to show cause why au order should not
be granted for the sale of such estate.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
that a notice of this order be published at
least three successive weeks before the
said day of hearing, in the "MauiNkws,"
a weekly newspaper published in said
Wailuku, the last publication to be not
less than ten days previous to the time
therm appointed for said hearing.
Dated at .Wailuku, Maui, July 20, 1910.
(Sgn.) S. B. KINGS11URY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Eomu.nu H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
July 23, 30, Aug. 6, 13.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Board of Supervisors of the County -of
Maui up to 4:30 V. M. Thursday,
August li, 1910, for the construction of a
Reinforced Concrete Girder Bridge at
Maliko, District of Makawao, Island of
Maui, and atiout 1000 feet of road con-
Plans and specifications may be had of
the undersigned upon tnakiug a deposit
of l.oo. which amount will be refunded
pon return of plans and specifications.
No tender will be entertained unless
made out on the forms and enclosed iu
the envelopes, sealed,, furnished by the
undersigned, nor unless accompanied by
certified check in an amount equal t
of the amount of tender.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
- County Engineer.
July 16, 1910.
July 23. 30, Aug. 6.
Notice to Trei88crtt.
Notice is hereby giveu that all persons
are iurbidden from' trespassing on my
lands at Omuopio, Kulu, Maui. Any
one found 011 said lands without permis
sion will be prosecuted to the limit of
Kula, Maui, July 1, I9I0.
July 2nd to Oct. 1st.
Aiili-prohibilionUts held a big meeting
on Market street Thursday evening last
The speakers were Tom Clark, Chas,
Makckau and Kauiho, the Kohala Can
Notice to Honolulu Passengers.
On her trip to Honolulu the "Mauna
Kea" will not leave McGregor's lauding
before It o'clock p. ui., the last boat
from the wharf not leaving before 10:45
111. Leaving Lahaina uot earlier than
1 o'clock a. m., the last boat from the
wharf will not leave earlier than 12:45
IsiKR-Isi.A-Nn Steam Nav. Co., Ltb.
Honolulu, July 19, 1910.
July 23 to Aug. 20.
kM44- 60 YEARS
T V EXPERIENCE
Anvne Mtidlnf a iktrta and description mat
uinklv MAGerlain our oDtulon trum wliMher an
tuTenuon ia probably palanOthle. OomniuiMca.
a iw u.nv fc
ient irea. uiaesi apaocy ior aacuruia patmua.
eatenta taken tbrouKb. Huun La.
tfteiai aotlca, wltkaut vharga. In tua
naly Illustrated weekly, laraeet clr- ,
f any ecienttdo Journal. Terma. 93 a
uunilia, b Sold by all eawadealara. '
j Co .". New York I
Oaoo. e t 8U Waabuutuo. U. C.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand ,
Orders taki n for
li e Cn ani,
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Market Street, -:- -: ' Wailuku.
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