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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911
Miss Carolyn Church of the Kaineha
tneha Girls' School is visiting Mrs. R.
B. Dodge this week.
C. D. Iviif kiti and Mrs. Mifkin, togeth
er with Dr. Raymond and his wife are
spending a week at Ulupalakua.
A party of mountain climbers under
the leadership Sam Keliinoi returned
Thursday from the summit of Haleakala.
The Board of Supervisors are calling
for bids for erecting a new doctor's cot
tage over at the Sanitarium at Kula.
A party of Japanese sugar men from
Formosa are making a tour of the isl
ands. They have been on Maui the past
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Beall of Puunene
went over to Honolulu this week to at
tend the wedding of Mrs. Beall's sister,
Miss Anna Gonsalves.
The bishop of the Catholic Church at
Honolulu passed through Wailuku on
his way home from liana on Tuesday.
He has been at II an a for a couple of
The II. C. & S. Co., are building an
addition to their already large machine
shop. When the new addition is com
pleted the shop will have about double
the room it has at present.
The Minister's School was held on
Thursday at Kahului and was largely at
tended by ministers and church workers
from all the Central Maui evangelical
A memorial window to Rev. Dr. Ed
ward G. Beckwith and Mrs. Caroline
Armstrong Beckwith has been ordered
this week for the Wailuku Uniou Church.
Dr. Beckwith was pastor of this Church
for four years. ,
Judge Kingsbury received from his
son this week a beautiful seal ring with
the family crest engraved thereon. The
judge not being accustomed to wearing
jewelry, this ring naturally causes his
finger to stick out.
Rev. Robert E. Smith, the Pastor of
the first Methodist Church of Honolulu
will preach for the Wailuku Union Chrch
a week from tomorrow evening. This
will be the second time Mr. Smith has
been on Maui. He delivered the Com
mencement address at the Lahainaluna
Seminary last June.
Rev. Doremus Scudder, D. D. and
Principal Perley E. Home will accom
pany Rev. Henry P. Judd on a walking
tour of Molokai this coming week. , Mr.
Judd is to assist in the dedication of the
Halawa Church, and will visit other Mo
lokai Churches. It is on this tour that
the gentlemen from Honolulu will ac
company him. The trip will take in the
famous Wailau trail, and' possibly the
Pelekunu pali, over which comparatively
few white men have ever travelled.
The Trustees of the Wailuku Union
Church have called the Annual Meeting
of the Church at the William and Mary
Alexander Parsonage for Thursday even
ing, July 27th at half past seven. The
purpose of the meeting is to listen to an
nual reports, elect new officers for -the
coming year, and attend to any other
business that may properly xome before
the meeting. The adoption of a new
Manual for the Church is an important
matter of business, together will some
changes that need to be made in the
Charter of the Church. The matter of
the dedication of the new building will
also be brought up at this meeting.
A Kissing Bee.
Mrs. Rose Ballard of St. Louis
anil Frank R. Cahill, u traveling
salesman of Latrobe, Pa., motored
to Clayton. While waiting an hour
for the return of the marriage
license clerk they sat in the auto
mobile and hugged and kissed each
other "at least 100 times," accord
ing to onlookers on a trolley car,
who kept tab. Some cried, "Break
away," but the bride-to-be paid no
attention. Cahill only blushed.
When the conductor gave two tails
for the car to start the passengers
protested at missing the exhibition
and he had to hold the car for several
minutes. When the license clerk
returned they were married.
It is pleasant to find that all the
baseball enthusiasm has not gone
from Wailuku. It seemed as though
every other town on Maui had a
baseball team, but now some live
ones down at the Wailuku Migar
Co., have got together, and a team
is the result. The boys have ar
ranged a game with the Japanese
team for Sunday at 2 p. m. on the
new ball park. iThe fans should
turn out in force and give these
boys all the encouragement possible,
as there is more hard work than
glory in organizing a ball team.
Following is the lineup of the team
that will play next Sunday: IIoo
kano, catcher; Meyer, pitcher;
Bal, first base; Crawford, second
base; Hose, third base; Correa, short
stop; Bento, left field; De Mello,
center field; Kaaiai, right field.
The boys wish to arrange games
with other teams, and would like to
hear from Paia, Puunene and La-
haina. They wish to arrange for a
game with one of the above named
teams for next Sunday, first come
first served. Any team wishing a
game can communicate with Mr.
Crawford, captain of the team, or
with the Maui News.
The little four year old son of A.
II. Landgraf, fell from a tree in the
yard Wednesday noon and was
fatally injured. The lad lit on his
head, which was completely crush
ed. The father rushed his boy to
Dr. Weddick. After a" superficial
examination the doctor saw the con
ditions and immediately carried
n m to the hospital. Drs. Weddick
and Osmers did everything possible
for the unfortunate lad, but their
efforts were of no avail and he died
in a few hours. The funeral took
place Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Johann E. Kruse
left town last Saturday morning
They will travel around for several
weeks to come, before crossing the
Atlantic. Their future home will
be in Germany, their native land
They will bo very much missed in
Mrs. J. E. Gannon, little Robert,
and Mary Nunes are passing their
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. landgraf wish
to thank their friends for the many kind
nesses shown them in their recent
Rev. add Mrs. Collins G. Burnham of
Lahaina are spending a few weeks in Hi
lo. Mr. Burnham is preaching in the
First Church of Hilo, during the vaca
tion of the minister.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
MARY A. SOULE, Wbellant, vs.
FRANK SOULE, Libellee, Libel for
Divorce. No. 233.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO FRANK SOULE, Libellee.
You are hereby notified that the
alxwe entitled suit, the same being for a
divorce from you on the grounds of de
sertion and non-support, is now pending
in the above entitled Court, and that the
same will be heard and determined on
Mpnday, the 2nd day of October, A. D.
191 1, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, or as soon thereafter as may be,
by the Judge of said Court, at Chambers.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 18th day
of July, A. 1). 1911.
(Seal) (Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
D. H. Case,
Attorney for Libellant.
July 22, 29. Aug. s, 12, 19, 26.
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of the S. S. Enter
prise we are 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
best price and finest of stock.
Volcano Stables & Transportation Co.
1167 Alakea street, Honolulu
KaHiMiMi Railroad Co
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
LUMBER - HARD WOOD - MOULDINGS-
SASH DOORS - COAL - WOOD
CEMENT - FIRE CLAY - NATIONAL
AND PLAIN GALVANIZED IRON
TERRA COTTA - SOIL - LEAD - and
IRittings, etc., etc.
Gasoline and Distillate in
Small Gasoline Storage Tanks for Garag
es on Display. Call and spe them.
Due Middle of JUly: 250,000 feet of
principal sizes of Northwest Lumber.
Due Latter Part of July: Cargo
of Redwood Lumber.
Due TWiddle of August: First of
three Cargoes of Northwest Lumber.
Due TWiddle of September: Car
go of White Bros. Cement, Cowen Firebricks
and Fireclay from England.
Kahului Railroad Co.
vacation in Lahaina.
Catalogue on request