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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, July 15, 1911, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE MAUFJNEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911
Han a Has Celebration.
(Conlimuil from l'nge I)
Young Wittrock received S") for his
At 4 o'clnck a Uig-if-ur wiip
pulled oiT it tht! Ix'acli I M ween tlic
Niiliiku Uulilx r Co.'s I iiml the
Hana Road Board boys. After a
thirty minute pull the Hana loys
were victorious hut all credit to the
defeated tigers from Naliikn who
were outweighed by the liana
"Elephants" two to one. This was
the liest event on the program and
it is to he regretted that the Nahi
kus lost after such a iptllant strug
gle. Every body wended his way back
to the Pavilion which was erected
under the shade trees of W. P.
Ilaia'a residence. Here dancing
was indulged in until 10:30 P. M.
Refreshments were served and every
Ixwiy was unanimous in saying that
this was the best Fourth ever held
at liana since Kamehameha the
Great was a boy. The following
Committees were accountable in no
small way for the good time:
Finance Committee F. Wittrock,
Da Deas, James Donald.
Luau Committee George Cooper,
U. A. Drummond, G. II. Kaualoku.
Sports Committee James Don
ald, W. Hardy, John Murray.
Refreshment Committee L. Y.
Awia, John Iyaleo, W. P. Haia.
Dance Committee Frank Mac
kenzie, W. P. Haia, Howard Deas.
Decoration Committee E. J. Sil
va, Ioapa Kaui, Howard Deas.
Reception Committee W.
Haia, L. K. Kakani, Dr. Deas,
Mr. L. K. Kakani gave a very
pleasant dance to the companions
of his daughter, Miss Lily i Kakani,
who has just returned homo from
Miss Jennie Chalmers arrived
home this week on a visit to her
Air. Oeorge Mackenzie was very
pleasantly surprised by the arrival
of his wife, who came in on the
Claudine Tuesday from Hilo.
Miss Pippin who has been here
on a visit to the Taylors of Kipa
hulu returns homo this week to the
Supervisors Henning and Lake,
together with the new supervisor
from Hana, Mr. Drummond, were
on a tour of inspection through the
district this week.
Louia Von Tempsky and daugh
ters have been putting in a few days
at the crater. They passed throrgl
nana luesuay on ineir way to the
I Xocala I
Mr. W. R. I'Htterson is this week
finishing the plastering of the new Paia
Mr. and Sirs. R. O. Horn are located
at the Wailtiku Hotel. Mr. Horn has
opened law offices in theKtpoikai Hlock,
Rev. Edward B. Turner preached the
Sunday morning he was in Honolulu at
the Central Union Church before a good
Mr9. J. P1 Cooke will spend the re
mainder of the summer on Maui, living
at Kulumanu. Mr. Cooke will be here
some of the time.
Rev. Henry P. Judd and family of
Kahului returned on the special trip of
the Mauna Kea, aj riving by way of La
haina on Monday. ,
Think of seeing a real electric light
socket swinging from the new office of
Wailuku Electric Light Co, at the corn
er of High and Main Streets.
The family of Mr. Cliff, who is the
head carpenter on the new Wniluku
Union Church, arrived last Saturday and
are living in Mr. Furtado's house.
The members of Aloha Lodge K. of P.
are making a trip to Lahama today.
They will be entertained by the Lahaina
members at A dinner and concert this
Invitations are out for the wedding of
Mr. P.. A. Gorman of the Kahului Store,
and Miss Anna Gonsalves, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Gonsalves of Honolulu, on
The funeral of Mrs. Peter N. Kahoku
oluna was held from the Paia Church
last Sunday morning at eleven ' o'clock.
Many from Wniluku were present. Rev.
L. B. Kaumeheiwa assisted in the ser
Miss Charlotte L. Turner, Miss Lurena
Merriman of Wailuku, Miss Lucy Adams
of Lahaina and Mrs. A. Frank Cooke of
of Honolulu are spending the month of
July at Mrs. Dora von Tempsky's Kula
Rev. and Mrs. Amos A. Ebersole and
there two sons have been spending two
weeks at Knlumanu, Mr. J. P. Cooke's
summer residence. For the remainder
of the month of July and August they
will be at Idlewile.
The regular meeting of the Maui
Ministers will be held at Kahului on
Thursday next week at nine in the
morning. It is a very important session,
and a large number of Central Maui
ministers will be present.
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge preached at
Central Union Church the first Sunday
evening be was in Honolula, at the
Methodist' Church the next Sunday
moruiug, and spoke of the work on Maui
at the Central Union Prayer meeting
last week Wednesday at the invitation
of the missionary committee of the
Resolutions on the Death -
of H. F. Baldwin.
WHEREAS the Almighty God, in
his infinite wisdom, lias removed
from our midst our leader, friend
and fellow citizen, the Hon. II. P
WHEREAS for many years Mr.
Baldwin represented the Island and
County of Maui in the Legislature
of the whole group; and
HlltKEAS Mr. llalclwin was
the most active, progressive, and
just leader in all matters, social,
commercial and political, within
mis county, ana was by iar our
most prominent citizen :
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV
ED by the Board of Supervisors in
and for the County of Maui that,
we, the representatives of all the
citizens of the County, and on their
behalf, do, herewith express the
great sorrow felt by all of our citizens
at the loss of our fellow citizen and
friend; recognizing that, in the
death of Mr. Baldwin, Maui has
lost a leader, a philanthropist, and
a doer of good deeds, second to
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that copies of these Resolutions b(
forwarded to the widow and child
ren of the deceased and published
The Beard Meeting.
The Board of Supervisors met for
their regular monthly meeting on
W eunesuay. the new supervisor
Mr. Drummond from the Hana
district was on" hand to take his
place on the board. Quite a sur
prise was in store for some of the
board members, and one of the
first acts of the new member was
to introduce a resolution providing
for a complete reorganization. The
thing had all the earmarks of a
coup, anu it seemed as though cer
tain members had been instructed
just what to do, but when the time
came they lacked the moral courage
to say anything.
Supervisor Henning objected on
the ground that the board already
had an organization and that no
new organization could be perfect
ed until the different committee
had first resigned. The point
seemed well taken, but the
Chairman ruled otherwise, and
declared the resolution' in order.
The resolution provided for four
standing committees, the Chairman
of the board to bo Chairman of each
committee with one member of the
board serving on a committee with
him, and no member but the'.Chair
nian serviug on more than one com
mittee. Thi8-of course makes the
Chairman of the board the manager
and boss of the county. The other
supervisors being reduced to mere
chair warmers- However this pro
gram seemed to please all the memb
ers with the exception of Mr. Hen
ning, who alone voted against the
Under the new organization the
Chairman appointed Mr. Henning
on the Finance Committee, Mr.
Drummond on the Public Improve
ment Committee, Mr. like on the
police committee, and Mr. Meyers
on the health and sanitation committee.
KahulMfl Railroad Go
LUMBER - HARD WOODS -
INGS- SASII DOORS - COAL
CEMENT - EIRE CLAY - NATIONAL
AND PLAIN GALVANIZED WIRE
FENCING - CORRUGATED and Plain
Galvanized Iron, Terra Cotta, Soil Lead and
Gasoline and Distillate in
Drums; etc. etc.
Due Middle of JUly: 250,000 feet of
principal sizes of Northwest Lumber.
Due Latter Part of July: Cargo
of Redwood Lumber.
Due middle of August: First of
three Cargoes of Northwest Lumber.
Due middle of September: Car
go of White Bros. Cement -Cowen Firebricks
and Fireclay from England.
Small Gasoline Storage Tanks for Garaa
es on Display. Call and see them.
Kahului Railroad Co.
in the "Maui News " .