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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911
i '. Xocals I:
J. E. Walker has lxen down to
Honolulu the past week on the grand
jury. . ' '
Mm. Dan II. Cas gave a deliglit
ful "at homw'' in honor of her sinter
last Thursday afternoon.
All records were broken at Kahu-
lui this week, when 28,400 bnga of
sugar were loaded
Hyades in one day.
The communion service will be
held at the Wailuku Union Church
Sunday evening at 7:30. New mem
bers will be received into the church.
Rev. Wm. C. Merrit, one of the
.famous men in American Sunday
school work among all denomina
tions is soon to be on the Islands.
He will visit Maui after spending a
few days in Honolulu.
Handsome Koa pulpit chairs have
been ordered for Kaahumanu
church- A. B. Naone has finished
the woodwork on the interior of the
church. The services rededicating
the church will be held a few Sun
The monthly Ministers class was
held at the Paia Portuguese church
Thursday morning. Rev. Mr- Judd
continued his lectures on the life of
Christ. Rev. Mr. Burnham spoke
upon sermon outline, while Rev.
Mr. Santos delivered the sermon of
Rev. Henry P. Judd and family
of Kahului will be on Molokai for
two weeks engaged in the work of
the Hawaiian Board among Molokai
churches. Tomorrow morning at
the usual hour of Bervice (11 o'clock)
Rev. Mr. Dodge .will preach at the
Mr. W. K. Ham den, who was
formerly a resident of Maui, but
more recently of Honolulu, was back
on Maui this week bidding goodbye
to his many friends. Mr. Harnden
has been on the islands a number of
years continuously, and his com
pany has now transferred him to
the home office at Seattle.
. The. committee in charge of the
gymnasium have decided, that the
bowling ally is too small to be used
to advantage. They are making an
addition to the gymnasium building
by moving the outer wall even with
the sidewalk. This- will give ample
' room to provide seats for visitors
and players. It is understood other
Changes are contemplated to make
the alleys more convenient than at
present. n '
The recent bowling tournament
at Puunene for the Maui News Cup
was won by H. E. Savage with an
-average for twenty-five games of
1 R1 draat. interest wan in Iran in this
tournament, and it proved an in-
fpnt,ivo for manv novices to hfi.
' come bowling enthusiasts. Mr. Dei
nert has now come forward with
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twllUblJGl liUi .uu AO w c nauur
cap tournament, based on the a
verages of the previous contests. All
members are eligible.. There will be
no entrance fee and it is expected a
large entry list will be secured. The
entries close May 25th and the tour
nament begins June 3rd. Thirty
games are to be rolled by each con
testant. A minstrel show and fair will be
given in the Kahului Young Mens'
Club on Saturday evening. June 17,
by the members' of the club, assist
ed by friends. The program will be
gin with a performance by black
face artists, and then vaudeville
numbers and dancing. The ladies of
the Aid Society "will serve refresh
ments and sell fancy articles, candy
and flowers. The proceeds from
their work will be devoted to the
Aid ' Society and all the other re
ceipts will go to the treasury of the
Young Mens' Club. General ad
mission, which includes the min
strel show, will be 25 cents. Child
ren under 10 years of age free. Child
ren between 10 and 15, ten cents.
Dancing will be 25 cents extra.
Among the features will be a pie
eating contest. Several have signi
fied their intention of entering this
contest and it will no doubt provide
much fun for all. Last year, on
June 18th, the - Ladies Aid Society
and the Young Mens' Club gave the
"Coney Island" entertainment
. which was such a success in every
way. This year it is hoped that there
will be a large crowd from Wailuku,
Paia, Puunene and other places, as
there was last year. The object for
which the fair is being arrained is a
worthy one. The Kahului Young
Mens' Club ib doing a good worn
among the young men of the town
and the club should be assisted in
this effort they are making to raise
On Anril 15th. a dark brown
horse, marked "X". A reward ol
$10 is ofiered for his return to
Excursion in Jane.
Fifteen dollars for a trip around
the Island of Kauai and a full day
n Maui is one of the lowest price
excursions ever sent out iy the
Inter-Island Steamship Company.
Such an excursion party will leave
Honolulu on the Mauna Kea on the
night of June 10, at ten o'clock and
return on Tuesday morning.
The first landing will be at Hana-
lei, one of the most attractive places
on the Garden Island, and the day
will be spent as the members wish.
There is a fine beach at this point
and excellent bathing. For that
reason those who go on the trip will
find it to their interest to take along
their bathing suits. Breakfast will
be served on the . steamer and lunch
will be ready before the boat leaves
at two o'clock to legin the circuit
of the island, so the passengers may
have an opportunity to view the
grand pali from which the fire sig
nals used to be thrown in the olden
days. On completion of the trip
around Kauai the steamer will
point her nose toward Maui and
will reach. Kahului early Monday
morning, giving the members of the
party time after breakfast for an
early start up Iao Valley or to any
point desired. .
Being the day when the anniver
sary pi Kamehamena will be cele
brated, there will be a train at Ka
hului to carry passengers to Wai
luku Hall Monday night and at
eleven o'clock the Honolulu party
will start on the return trip home,
arriving early luesday morning.
The charge of fifteen dollars covers
transportation by steamer and meals
on board. The' only additional
charge will be for what meals are
taken while passengers are away
from the steamer.
This is rather the best program of
an excursion ever ottered by tne
at the Seminary.
The friends of Maunaolu Semi
nary turned out in large numbers,
to the concert last Saturday evening.
In addition to the concert, a Bale
was held of fancy work by the
scholars, and a goodly sum was
realized from this sale.
The concert program was a gen
uine treat, and the different parti
cipants were all enthusiastically re
ceived. Perhaps the number which
created the greatest enthusiam was
the Hawaiian songs by the school
children. The duet by Miss Balcom
and Mrs. Nicoll was beautifully ren
dered, as was also the contralto solo
Who is Sylvia" by Miss Balcom.
The Seminary realized $ 300. as a
net result of the concert and those
who attended agree they received
their money's worth. '.
On Saturday May 27th, 1911,
commencing at 9 A. M., at the store
of MANUEL F. GREGULHO, at
Waiakoa, Kula.'Maui, I will sell at
Public Auction the entire stock in
said Btore and other property con
sisting in part of the following:
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats,
Shoes, Clothing and other General
Merchandise. Show Cases, etc.
1 Good Steel Safe, 1 Spring
Wagon, 1 Carriage, 1 Double Har
ness, 1 Brake and Harness, 2 Horses,
Also will be offered about 43 acres
of first class corn land, with im
provements, in lots of 4j, 6, 13J
and 19 acres each, at attractive
At the Store of Manuel F. Qre-
gulho, in Waiakoa, Kula, just be
yond the Catholic Church.
W. O. AIKEN,
1167 Alakea street, Honolulu
RataM Railroad Co
LUMBER - SASH - DOORS - BRICKS
WOOD V COAL - CEMENT - FIRE CLAY
ROOFING MATERIAL - WIRE FENCING
CORRUGATED IRON - GALVANIZED
Gasoline and Distillate in
, etc. etc
''. ... ,
READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
A large stock of Doors, Sash, Corrugated
Iron, Galvanized Pipe, Lime.
On and after April 15th, GASOLINE will be
sold only in drums by the
Kahului Railroad Co.
REB HARA, Camp 5, Puunene
May 20, 27, June 3, 10.
Catalogue on request