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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, November 05, 1910, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 19 JO
Continued from Yagc I,
100, and Osilm 830.12.') to $2G.,'0.
So that Willi the exception of
Pioneer, Maui stocks have not fared
so badly after all .
Considerable satisfaction in ex
pressed by agents with conditions
on Maui. Wailuku, which will U-
icin grinding mxt week, and t lie
plantations of tlie Maui Agricultural
Company, wliieli are due to ntart
grinding almut the loth, are report
ed ly tlie Bank of Hawaii and Alex
" nnder it Baldwin, respectively, to
lie in the very licst of shape.
MANAOCH WCINZNtlMER TALKS.
I Weinzheinier, manager . of
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina, wlio returns
home Unlay, had this to say: ''My
estimate on Pioneer for next -season
18.28,000 tons, as against an out
turn this year of 27,300 tons; hnf "I
should not be surprised (nor disap
pointed) if my figures are bcluw the
mark. For two months we have
not had sufficient rain on Pioneer
plantation, although the fall has
lieen considerable in the mountains;
and I have kept the pumps running
steadily. Iast Friday" I had the
pumps shut dow n; anticipating that
we were in for some heavy rain;
but I found it necessary to start
them up again 01 Saturday.
"The cane, however, looks fine,
it lieing well developed and the
leaves having an exceptionally
"Planting was considerably de
layed on account of the necessity
of breaking ,in new labor. We
planted 200 acres of new cane last
year and-have just finished putting
in 200 acres more. On account of
the land being so. rough, all of this
planting had to. lie (lone by manual
lalior, it lici'ng impossible to work
with plows. A numlxT of my liest
Japanese left me to return to Japan,
and I had to fiH in with Filipims
to finish this work. The Filipinos
were willing enough, but they were
tdow and did not understand the
work; with the result that we finish
ed only last Friday. However, the
job is now pan and Pioneer .vill run
PAsmcNocn ron mui.
The following are booked up t
' this morning to sail by the Claudine
on Friday for Maui: Mrs. II. B.
Penhallow, wife and child, Kahului;
A. Hanelierg and Lional Hart for
Judge Kingsbury Meets Son.
JtKlge and Mrs. Kingsbury went
to Honolulu last week to meet
young Kingsbury who with bis
wife are on their .way to the Philip-,
pines. This is the fust time the
Judge has seen his sun in years,
and the first opitorUmitv be has
jhinbto met t his son's w ife. Young
Kiiigsiairv is a jjeuiinam oi .'i:t-
vmes ami is goiny on lus regular
tour of duty in the Philippines'.
His wife was a Miss Kllicott,
laughter of Contain Kllicott of the
V. S. 'avy. The judge and his
wife returned Tuesday on the Manna
Clean Sweep on Molokai
Editor Mai i News:
The Republican party seems to lie
making good, over here on Molokai.
One thing commented on by nil.
Is the fact, that they have not spent
their timorurming down the other
party Candidates, which is sodifier-
nt from the Independent Candi
dates, who had no use for any body
but themselves, going out of their
way to attack our Supervisor, T. T.
The Doinocrates, having nothing
to talk of, of their own, . sty give
us a chance and we will do better."
It looks, like a clean sweep on the
republican side, over here on Molo
Death of Elwood Sylvester
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Sylvester of Nahiku were
greatly shocked on Monday morn
ing tor learn of the sudden death of
their younger son, Robert Elwood.
The boy had been feeling some
what unwell for a few days, but
did not seem seriously sick untill
Sunday morning, when Dr. W. B.
Deas, the Government physician
of liana, was summoned. The
case was pronounced inflamatory
rheumatism, and was fatal. Death
occured at eleven on Sunday night.
The brother of the deseased, Wil
lis, was in Wailuku attending the
Brothers' school. As soon as pos
sible after the word was received
the brother accompanied by Rev
Mr. Dodge left Wailuku. The fu
neral was held at the house soon
after the arrival of the brother.
The floral contributions by the Ha
waiians were beautiful.' A short
service was conducted at the grave
by Revs. Messrs. Dodge and J. K.
Kahoopi, who is the pastor of the
Protestant Evangelical Church of
Robert Elwood Sylvester was
born in South Portland, Me., July
30th, 1900, and was the younger
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, who
came about three years ago to Na
' hiku to engage in the rubber grow
ing on lands belonging to the
The ladies of tueMakawao Aid Society
will hold a sale of useful ami fancy arti
cle at the residence of F. 1'. kosecraas
at I'aia on Saturday evening, Nov. I2t.
ill be run from Wailuku, Kaku-
lui, aud Sprecklesville, reaching l'aia at
Judge Kingsbury sentenced Ex-Slierj0
Saffery Friday to pay a fine of $1000.
Mr. W. R. Patterson has been confined
to his home with a severe cold, and a
threateped attack of pueumoma.
The Women's Aid Society will meet at
the home of Mrs. George Wilbur on
Wednesday, November 9th at 3 P. M.
Manuel Fort, who was charged with
burglary, was sentenced to not less than
10 years in jail. This is bis third offense.
The case of seduction against August
Gouveia, ended Thursday in the convic
tion of the defendant. He has not yet
been sentenced by the Court.
Mr. James D. Dogherty, the Exalted
Ruler of the Honolulu Lodge of Elks is
spending a few weeks on Maui. Mr.
Dogherty is representing H. F. Wichman
& Co. '
The Women's Aid Society of the Union
Church gave a Halloween party at the
Alexander House last Saturday night.
The party was largely attended by all
the friends of the church and a general
good time was enjoyed by all.
Do you want doll-clothes for Christmas
presents? You will find them at the
Children's Table at the Makawao ladies
sale Nov. 12th. You will find things for
grown-ups at the same table. The things
at this table are made by the children
and the proceeds go to support a little
orphan girl at Maunaolu Seminary. .
On Sunday afternoon, Oct. 30th, the
infant son of Mr Carl Frederick ani
Mrs. Mary Kahula Pickard Rose was
baptfzed at their home at half past three
o'clock by Rev. Rowland B. Dod.
Mrs. Pickard, the grandmother, and the
children of the family, were present.
The name given by the parents is
Gardner Macomber Kaleiokalaui Rose
The Advisory Committee of the uew
Gymnasium met at the Alexander Home
on Tuesday night. Important business
was brought up concerning the tentative
plans of carrying on the work. A pub
lished statement gill soon be made as to
classes, dues, and rules to govern the
Gymnasium. A large amount of appara
tus was ordered last month by the Com
mittee, and it is expected that the
Gymnasium will' be ready for evening
work in the early part of December.
The townspeople who have recently been
looking over . the construction of the
building pronounce it an excellent piece
of work and admirably adapted to its
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of the S. S. Enter
prise we ar receiving a fresh supply
of California Horses and Mules
Write for costs, stating size and kind
of animals wanted. We. are hand
ling only young and sound animals
and are in a position to give you the
liest price and finest of stock.
Yokano Stables & Transportation Co.
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' . You can buy belter furniture at lower prices at our store than can be bought . else
where on these Islands.
We have just received from New York direct via American-Hawaiian Company a
complete line of the newest designs, also, the best made furniture that can e secured on
the Coast. Our prices are lower than other, stores for the reason that we take advantage
of all discounts for cash, and give our customers the benefit.
Our high grade furniture comprises :
, ' Quarter Sawed Oak
in all the latest and newest Designs. "We also have a fine line of excellent furniture
of a cheaper grade. .
Our Weathered Oak Dining Room Sets are of superior workmanship and finish,
and would prove an added attraction in any home.
We are selling the Celebrated American Refrigerators at the unheard of Price
of $7.00 Up. According to size.
Don't think-about it, but come right in today and see the Finest Rugs ever brought
into these Islands. Made especially for this climate. "
We are afraid to tell you the Price because you might think they are Cheap Goods
but the only thing about them that is Cheap Is the Price. All sizes, all colors, all designs.
Bring in your old Chairs and have them re-upholstered instead of throwing them in
the rubbish pile. We will surprise you with the price and quality pf our work.
Our new Diamond Spring is a marvel of comfort. Solid iron frame with diamond wire
Our new Line of Oriental Couch Covers and Portieres is the finest that has ever
been shown on these Islands. These Couch Covers'were selected especially for the trade
here by our buyer. The Portieres are a new design made especially for this climate and
are distinctly new.
e have also succeeded in getting a fine line of Novelties in the way pf Picture,
Smoking Sets, Sewing Tables, etc. These are all unique and classy.
7:45 V. M.