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THE MAUI NEWS,' SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1911
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The registration of voters iu this coun
ty will begin Monday next week.
Geo. Groves, district overseer, Maka
wao, Maui, was in town on business this
The County fathers provided an ap
propriation of f 1,500 for a new operation
room for the Malutani Hospital,
An enterprising chicken thief has been
talking a few midnight raids iu the hen
roost of some of our Wailuku chicken
C. E. Copeland supervising principal
for schools in the Wailuku district has
moved into the cottage next to the
Soundings and surveys have been
nude for dredging the Kabul ui fcarbor
aud it is expected contracts for the work
will be let at an early date. -
The Board of Supervisors passed the
the etui-annual appropriation bill for
the County of Maui Thursday last. The
bill carries total of $104,484.05.
The selection of homestead lots on
government lands in this laud division
will take place at nine o'clock in the
tnoruing VVednesduy, next week.
Only one tender was offered for the
erection of a cottage at the Kula county
farm and sanitarium. The bid was for
f 3,977 and wa9 rejected as to excessive
being alwuit twice the estimated cost for
County Sheriff Crowell is making a
long stay at Kipahulu, Hana district.
The Kipahulu burglar has covered his
tracks up so well that the Sheriff is not
'able to lay his hands on him, although
one or two suspects are being closely
Rev. Doreuius Scudder; D. D. pastor
of the Central Union Church, preached
a powerful sermon upou "Miracles of
Jesus" at the Wailuku Union Church
service held at the Kindergarten rooms
last Sunday evening. A large audience
greeted the Popular Honolulu preacher.
Ed. Fernandez engaged a celebrated
Hypnotist who will show at the Orpheum.
He has just returned from an extended
tour in Japan aud can speak the Japanese
language fluently. Both he and his wife
are very versitile aud are the best actors
that have been to Wailuku.
The new poi factory which hat been
under construction by Frank Sotnmer
feld and I'ia Cockctt, is finished. The
name of the uew concern is the Maui
poi factory. Everything about the fac
, tory is sanitary and up-to-date, and they
are now ready for business. Fresh sam
ples of poi have already been sent out.
The board of supervisors have provid
ed for a district nurse for the Kula sec
tion of Makawao district It is intended
to appoint a trained nurse who will
'make stated visits or trips through the
Kula, and Honuaula sections to attend
to the wants of the sick. It is under
stood a trained nurse formerly of the
Paia hospital is slated for the position.
Deputy County Attorney Vincent ex
pects to go over to Kipahulu next week
to attend to a commital case which may
be taken to mean that the police have
gotten on the inside track aud are closing
in round the Kipahulu burglar. A crook
with a record from Honolulu, a recent
arrival at the country village is the man
expected to take the center of the stage
in the Kipahulu court house.
Rev. Dr. Doremus Scudder, Rev.
R.bert E. Smith aud Mr. Dodge return
ed last week Friday alteruoon from the
trib around East Maui and through Ha
lerkala. They were all enthusiastic over
the beauties of Maui, and pronounce the
4 trip a great pleasure. At Kaupo Hana
aud Huelo services were held in the
Hawaiian Churches. Considerable work
was done for the Hawaiian Board while
0" the trip.
-rs. Clifton Tracy of Hilo made
hurried trip to Honolulu this week pass
ing through Wailuku to Lahaina, while
the "Claudine" was iu port. She also
went to l'auwela to visit her sister, Mrs.
Geo. W. Wilbur, who with her children
has been spending a week upon the land
recently acquired as a homestead. Mrs,
Tracy expects to have her mother ac
company her to Hilo.. The sympathy of
the community is with the family iu the
loss of the brother, who died last week
Three ardent mountain climbers, Rev.
William Short of Wailuku, Rev. Dr.
Doremus Scudder of Honolulu and Rev.
Edward B. Turner of Faia scaled the Iao
Needle last Monday morning. . The par
ty left Wailuku afoot, but were kindly
' assisted by Mr. Penhallow as far as his
machine could go, but automobile's have
not yet been constructed that can climb
the Iao Needle. The three "kahuna
pule" have certainly made a record for
themselves. Hitherto only younger men
and boys have lately dared to make the
asceut. or having dared, have turned
back, because the clouds settled down or
through fatigue. Monday was a perfect
day for the attempt. These three men
keit their courage where it belonged,
and accomplished the feat. They began
the ascent about half past ten, uiul re
turned to Wailuku in time lor luncn.
That mountain and trail club ceatainly
ought to have some enthusiastic Maui
Parly of World Travellers.
Quite a pnrty of tourixta
Hamilton, Vn. were nt the
Hotel n few 1uyn uro.
consisted of Mr. A.
(laughter, Miss 11. V.
son and sonfa wife, l)r
D. Howe, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W.
many years Mr. A.
Howe was a teacher of Hampton,
and during his forty years connect
ion with the institution he saw the
buildings grow from one to one
hundred- and eight. Mr. Frank
Darling is the owner of the largest
oyster beds in the state, and a
prominent trustee of the Hampton.
Both men were personal friends of
General Sam C. Armstrong. They
were drawn to Hawaii because of
their intense admiration for the
General and their desire to visit his
birthplace, which is now the resid
ence of Mr. and Mrs- Dodge. The
party including the children, who
were with their parents, spent con
siderable time looking about the old
place, visiting scenes .of interest in
and about Wailuku. They were es
pecially attracted to the modern
ways of raising sugar cane. While
here they visited Maunaolu Semi
nary, having known one of the-early
teuchers in that school. They
spend a few days at ' Hilo, visiting
the Hilo Boys' Boarding School,
and called upon Mrs. Weaver while
in Honolulu. While in Wailuku,
Dr. Howe made the remark .that
the Maui News was the newsiest
paper he had seen since leaving San
A serious -accident occurred in
the home of C. C. Clark, editor of
the Maui News, Tuesday evening.
A large carbide lamp exploded with
out the least warning, filling the
room in which Mr. and Mrs. Clark
were sitting, with gas. Mr- Clark
attempted to throw the light out of
the house, and was quite severely
burned about the face and hands.
Mrs. Clark escaped with a slight
singeing of her hair.
Miss Mildred Quinn of Honolulu is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead.
The wife of Mr. Jennings of the Kahu-
lui Store, arrived from the coast this
week. Mrs. Jennings came over from
Honolulu, oa the Mikahala Wednesday
Arrivals Maul Hotel: T. S. Fitzpat
rick, L. D. Gregg, Marston Campbell,
Emil A. Berndt, C. J. McCarthy, James
Wakefield, Ben F. Vickers, N. M. Lord,
wife & child, C. F: White, C. W. Ash
ford, Irving J. Hurd, J. J. Belser, Mrs.
Wm. Montrose Graham & son, Charles
F. Fitts & wife, Mrs.' Mary Bettis, J. h
Young, Thes. Bauraan, Lew Whitehouse
Honolulu; Wm. Helming, Lahaina; Mary
E. Walker, Flagstaff, Ariz.; Y. Reynolds
Flagstaff, Aril.; H. E. Leland, S. F.;
Miss Nellie Crook, Makawao.
A memorial window has recently been
ordered for Rev. and Mrs. William P.
Alexander bv Mrs. H. P. Baldwin for
the uew Wailuku Union Church. A
window has also been ordered for
"Father" and "Mother" Coude, who
were missionaries here for four years,
Two friends of the church have ordered
a very handsome pulpit Bible. The pul
pit aud Communion table have been
ordered by Mrs. John E. Dodge in me
mory of Rev. John E. Dodge, who lived
in Wailuku for one year, and often
preached for the Wailuku Church while
pastor of the Rauulul cuurcu. lue
tower window ot the church has been
ordered by the widow and children of
Mr. Edward H. Bailey, who for many
years was a faithful trustee.
A Ford Roadster, Guaranteed in
absolutely first class condition. Fully
equipped. Good tires. This car will be
sold cheap. Apply Maui Nkws, office.
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