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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 13. 1911
The High Jinks
i Xocals . i
Miss Carrie Short is much better, and
we hope she will be out in a few days. -
The island friends of Hon. H. P.
Baldwin will be glad to know that he
had a comfortable voyage to the coast.
. A baby girl was born to Mrs. R. B.
VDodge last Monday night. M6ther and
daughter are progressing nicely. Rev.
Dodge is now even more smiling than
The many friends of Mrs. C. 1$. Cope
land will be glad to know that she is
completely recovered, and has been en
joying the best of health during the past
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its social
meeting at the residence of Mrs. J. J.
Walsh, Kahului, on Wednesday, May 17,
at 3:30 p. m. r
Several windows in memory of mem
bers of some 6f the families who in the
v past years were identified with Wailnku
have been ordered for the new Wailuku
An offering is being taken this month
throughout the County of Maui for
Maunaoln Seminary. It is expected
that the many alumnae and friends of
that institution will raise $500.
Special musics has been prepared for
the Union Church service tomorrow
evening. The Lord's Supper will be ob
served May 28. Several new members
will be received into the church at that
Mrs. Chas. H. Atherton of Honolulu
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dan H. Case.
Mrs. Atherton has not been on Maui for
over four years, and her visit here is
givitjg much pleasure to her many
. The members'of theBar on Maul, will
meet Tuesday, at 10 o'clock, to appoint a
committee to draw up resolutions on the
death of the late Judge Kepoikai, which
resolutions will probably be presented to
the court at the opening of the next
J. Oswald Lutted has a word in this
issue about oil. Mr. Lutted is very plain
in his statements, and while he has great
confidence in his property h.e tells the
people plainly it is a gamble. This pro-
perty is in proven oil lands, and while
there is nothing certain about it, ' still
there is no good reason why this com
pany should not be a money maker.
- Arrivals at Maui Hotel during week;
William Henning, W. L. Decoto, George
Preeland, Lahaina; R. C. Searle, Hono
lua; J. H. Dieks, Phila.,' Pa. ; S. B. Lucas,
H. Buscher, T. M. Church, Sam T. Dow
dle, Marston Campbell, Honolulu; P; E.
' Holt. Stockton, Cal.; C. J. Heiser, J. J.
Hurd, J. Oswald Lutted, Jas. L. Coke, A.
S. Prescott, J. T. Brown and wife, Geo.
Brown, H. W. Adams, Honolulu; Wm.
B. Hardey, Puunene; A. J. Gomes, Jos.
F. Rock, D. L. Austin, Kahului.
The annual meeting of the Kahului
Union Church was held in the church on
Thursday evening, May nth, and was
well attended. Bamboo, flowers and suit
able furniture transformed the auditorium
into a parlor and many commented on
the attractiveness of the room. After
the opening religious service, the busi
ness was taken up. Reports of the
pastor, treasurer, superintendent of the
Sunday school and treasurer of the Sun
day school were read, showing progress
during the year. After the business st
sion, refreshments were served and
social hour concluded the evening's
While at Hanal the Governor visited
the hillside overlooking the famous
horseshoe bay of Hana and found the
rows and rows of cocoanuts planted by
governors, congressmen and officials,
. both federal and territorial, in a flourish
ing condition. George Cooper, . the
"mayor of Hana," conceived the brilli
ant idea a few years ago when Governor
. Frear was there of having the official
plant a cocoanut on the slope. He plant
ed and the cocoanut grew. Every offi
. cial who has visited Hana has had to
plant a cocoanut. When members of the
congressional parties visit Hana they are
taken by Cooper to where holes have
been dug and cocoanuts are lying about
handy and are asked to plant them.
Reporters, journalists, judges, super
visors, legislators, the delegate to con
gress, and many prominent men have
planted cocoanuts there.
Lust Saturday was a gala day at
uunene, and in the evening, the
fountain of youth was turned on,
and both old and young partook of
the gusher unsparingly.
The High Jinks was an unquali
fied success, as we prophesied it
would be, and the Puunene Club
can justly feel proud of the enter
tainment' they produced. There
was not an idle moment the entire
evening, it would be useless to try
to describe each booth or the beauti
ful attendants. Those who were
there saw both, and those few who
did not attend missed a treat. The
music was good, the arrangements
were perfect, and fun and jollity
reigned supreme. What more could
anyone wish for? Two young ladies
who mied the train at Paia walked
the entire distance to Puunene, and
so enthusiastic were they that they
commenced dancing five minutes
after their arrival. Needless to say
they were not obliged to walk home.
The committee of arrangements
lave turned over to the club $825.00
as the net proceeds of the evening,
and this will go a long way toward
giving a good boathouse at the
There is no question that Ready
to Wear clothing is a great con
venience. When you can get it to
fit just as well, and when it has the
style and class of the made to order
garment it is a genuine boon. The
Mclnerny Co.. of Honolulu lis sell
ing the famous Stein Block Clothes
which are the standard, and their
agent will be on 'Maui with a full
line of these famous clothes, in the
near future. Also sample suitings,
oncert at Maunaolu
The Maunaolu Seminary has ar
ranged a very attractive program
for their concert this evening, which
should assure them a good atten
dance. Below is the program :
Swing Song Lohi
Rustle of Spring Sinding
Vocal Duet (Selected)
Mrs Nicoll and Miss Balcom
TLe Five Knights Gaynor
Naurmadee ' Aldrich
. Mr. White
Misses Andrade, Tilton, Kamai and
Shadow Town Lynes
" Seventh and Eighth Grades
The Surf Polka ' - Stelnhauser
. Mr. Lufkin
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late A. N. Kepoikai
wish to express their sincere thanks for
the many kindnesses extended to them
by friends in "their recent bereavement.
Also for the many beautiful flowers.
Notice to Parents and Guardians.
Parents and Guardians ate hereby no
tified that all unvaccinated children of
the following schools, will be vaccinated
by a Government Physician on the dates
below, after 9 o'clock, a. m.
May 17, 1911 Waihee
" 18, ' Wailuku
" 22, Waikapu
" 25, " Kahului
June 1, " Spreckelsville
'" 5, " Puunene
". 8, ' Wailuku Catholic School
" 15, " , Kahakuloa
This notice is given in order to afford
you an opportunity to be present at such
vaccination if you so desire.
In this connection your attention is
called to Act 63. Session Laws of 1909.
, (Signed) E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
President Territorial Board of Health
1167 Alakea street, Honolulu
Catalogue on request
, FOR RENT.
Three rooms over First National Bank
of Wailuku. Running water and modern
plumbing. Suitable for officesor living
apartments. Apply first National Bank
RataM Railroad Co
LUMBER - SASH - DOORS - BRICKS
WOOD - COAL - CEMENT - FIRE CLAY
ROOFING MATERIAL - WIRE FENCING
CORRUGATED IRON - GALVANIZED
Gasoline and Distillate in
Drums, etc. etc.
To arrive about Tvlav 15th
54,000 Feet Galvanized Pipe. AH Sizes
13,000 Sheets Galvanized Corrugated
, Prices quoted ex ship
20 Tons Galvanized Fence wire all sizes, also
National Woven Fence in rolls ready to put
up. Quotations and catalogues on appli
On and after April 15th, GASOLINE will be
sold only in drums by the
Kahului Railroad Co.
shirtings and boots and (shoes.