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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, October 21, 1911, Page 5, Image 5',
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Tho Crcat Contest
THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911
Began On All The Islands
IT WILL BE A HUMMER
Watch tho Maui News each
week for Particulars.
Following aro tho Rules to
be followed by Candidates;
Rule No. 1 No votes will be
sold, or issued in any way, except
as published in The Star or issued
Rule No. 2 Candidates must
.make all the entries in the stubs of
their subscription receipt books;
Oahu candidates should bring their
receipt books with them when re
porting to the Contest Department;
outside candidates should tear the
stubs from their books and mail
them. Failure to enter dates, etc.,
correctly in the books will be cause
Rule No. 3 The first report of
candidates must be turned in or
mailed to The Star office by Satur
day, November 10, and from time
to time thereafter as per announce
ments to be made in The Star. Re
ports may be Jmade at any time,
as candidates desire.
Rule No. 4 No employe of The
Star is eligible to enter the contest.
Rule No. 5 Votes are not trans
f?rrable. They go to the candidate
who gets the subscriptions, or for
whom they are cast. If a candidate
withdraws, such candidate's votes
are also withdrawn.
Rule No. 6 Nominations of new
candidates may be made at any
time during the contest, the man
- agement reserving the right to re
ject any nomination.
Rule No. 7 A candidate who
, makes any other disposition of sub
scriptions secured than turning
them into The Star office at the time
designated for making reports will
Rule No. 8 Candidates on turn
ing in their reports will be given
certificates showing the number of
votes to which they are entitled.
Rule No. 9 For contestants not
on the Island of Oahu a proper al
lowance of time will be made to
. give them an equal chance; they
must mail their reports or votes by
the time Oahu candidates are re
quired to hand them in.
Rule No. 10 Individual ballots,
published in The Star every day,
must be cast, or mailed, by the date
of their expiration, as printed on
, THE HAWAIIAN STAR
Honolulu's Biggest and Best Newspaper
Sofa pillows are always Deeded. Get
them to suit any taste at the Makawao
Ladies' Aid sale, Nov. 4th.
The Latest in Sports.
(Continued from page I.)
but I didn't. Jack led mo for 50
- yards, then I made a big effort to
jfy get level at about 60;. then well he
got away again, and I am the ex
champion. I think Donaldson is
an ideally-built runner just the
, model I would use if I were
"I intend staying in Australia to
see the Melbourne Cup run, then go
home to America to my people,
whom I havn't seen for nearly three
years. After that I'll visit England
next summer," and the Ameri
can who looked tired, lapsed into
During his stay in Sydney Charles
t E. llolway has, by his unassuming
manners and the exhibition of true
sportsmanship, made many friends.
Judge C. C. Conradt of Molokai made
hurried trip to Maui this last week.
He returned on the iMikntiala.
Francisco Rosario who plead guilty to
the charge of larceny was given a sen
tence of seven years in Oahu jail.
Chas. Wilcox will deliver a lecture at
the Kaahumanu Church Sunday evening
at 6:30 on the subject of "Citizenship.',
The new edifice of the Wailuku Union
Church has been wired this past week
by the Island Investment Company's
force of electricians.
The remains of Mrs. Dorcas R. Decker,
who died in Honolulu, October i6th, was
brought to Maui on the Claudiue this
morning, funeral services will be held
at the hall opposite Maui hotel at 2 p. 111.
They say that the man who chased
and did not catch the train, alter the
K. of P. Tlauce the other night, was not
the same man who wrote "Happiness is
the pursuit of something, not the catch
ing of it."
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Maka
wao Union Church will hold a sale of
useful and fancy articles in the sugar
room of the Paia mill 011 Saturday even
ing, Nov. 4U1. Trains will be run from
The Chowder Supper given by the
ladies of the Wailuku Union Church at
the William and Mary Alexander Par
sonage on the 6th, was a success. Fifty
dollars was cleared for the work of the
A Russian by the name of Alexsea,
ran amuck last Saturday night up at the
camp near Keahua, and after cleaning
up about all the Portuguese iu the camp,
turned his attention to a few of his owu
countrymen. The appearance of these
gentry about the courthouse yard on
Wednesday, would indicate that Alexsea
would shine, were he to blossom forth as
white hope. The camp at Keahua
must have been a regular Douuybrook
Rev. Mr. Dodge made a hurried trip
to Molokai on Tuesday morning of last
week to inspect the work of repairing 011
the Kaluaaha Church at Pukoo. He re
turned on the Mikahala. Four large
buttresses have already been erected to
protect the wall of the old Churchy The
Maui Aid Association for some time past
has had the funds iu hand for this work
Wm. Keo of Wailuku is placing the con
crete buttresses under the direction of
Mr. H. R. Hitchcock.
Mr. Francis W. Damon, the Principal
of the Mid Pacific Institute, and the
Head of the Chinese Committee of the
Hawaiian Board of Missions has been
visiting the Lahaina and Wailuku dis
tricts of Maui. Last Sunday evening he
delivered an exceedingly interesting ad'
dress at the Wailuku Union Church ser
vices upon "Hawaii in Relation to the
Awakening Orient." He had a large
and appreciative audience. Mr. Tse Kei
Uen, pastor of the Chinese Church in
Honolulu accompanies Mr. Damou, and
has addressed the Chinese in the two
centers mentioned at several important
meetings. Last Sunday evening he ad
dressed a large gathering of the Chinese
on Market street. Until Tuesday Mr.
Damon and his associate will visit the
Chinese of Paia and Keokea, Kula.
They will return on the Claudiue.
Business at The
In the matter of You Kwong
Chung for burglary in the Second
Degree, tho defendant plead not
Francisco Rozario, plead guilty
to the charge of larceny.
Kakuda Kamajiro plead guilty to
the charge of assault and battery
with a weapon.
Aleksei Shadobin, a Russian,
plead guilty to the charge of assault
and battery. ,
Serio Tikete plead not guilty to
II. Moriyama plead not guilty to
charge of assault and battery.
Ah Tai, a Chinaman, plead guil
ty to the charge of having eexnal
intercourse with a female under
fourteen years of age.
The Grand Jury finished their
business Thursday afternoon, hand
ed in their report to tho Court, and
If you want guest-towels in the popu
lar small size, go to the Children's table
at the Makawao Ladies' Aid sale.
DOLIN & COELHO
Automobile For Rent
Hudson Touring Car
Parties Accommodated at all Hours
Telephone at Coelho's House
KahoJui Railroad Co
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Northwest, Bedwood, Hardwoods.
Blinds, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Roof
bestos, Gal vanized Corrugated Iron.
Wood, Coal, Pipe and Fittings, Felt Sheet
ing, Belt Lacing, Spiral, Braided and Sheet
Packing, Sash Weights, Equalizers, Bar n Door
Haulers and Track,
Gasoline and Destillate in Drums
EXPECTED DURING OCTOBER
16,000 Sheets Corrugated Iron
4,000 Bdles. Cedar Shingles
10,000 Bbls. White Bros. Cement
50,000 Cowen Eire Bricks
600 Casks English Fire Clay
2,000 Tons Australian Coal
Another million feet of Nortnwest Lumber
Eii Route -:- -:- Due in November
10 Tons Plain Galvanized Iron
20,000 ft. Galvanized Iron Pipe
Keihuluii Railroad Co.