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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 191!
Maui Teachers' Association.
James Kauka, luna for the M. A
The annual meeting of the Maui
Teachers' Association was held on
Friday, December 15, 1911, at C, at Kailua died Friday of lockjaw.
Wailuku. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin and
There were about fifty teachers son were passengers to Honolulu on
present and a very Interesting pro- the Limine.
am was rendered.,.
Miss Mauermann of raia read a
strong paper on Methods of Ex
amining Pupils. She handled her
subject in a very able manner, giv
ing some excellent points on both
oral and written work.
This was followed by an exercise
with Indian clubs by Miss Misener
of Puunene. The movements were
The Lurline stopped at Kaanapali
this trip, and took on about 500
tons of freight at that landing.
Miss Fuller of Honolulu has been
spending a few weeks with Miss
Pratt at the Alexander House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Feideira of
Honolulu, arrived at' Paia Saturday
to spend a few weeks vacation.
Manuel B. Pacheco of Niles,
rhythmical and graceful.and, though California, is spending a few weeks
a new feature in educational meet
ings the club swinging was enjoyed
' A paper on Hygiene by Mrs.
Vaughan of Haiku, was excellent in
every detail. The clear thinking
and concise manner with which
Mrs. Vaughan handled this much
neglected subject elicited many words
Miss Short is so well known as a
with his uncle M. Madeiros, at Paia.
Scott and Medeiros are erecting a
new auto stand on the premises
formerly ocenpied by the Chinese
mission in Lower Paia.
A lay nurse has been added to the
the corps at the Malulani hospital,
and this should prove quite a relief
to the sisters in charge.
J. N. S. Williams and Worth
Aiken were over to Kaanapali
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dearly demonstrated his methods, Market street. Leone is said to be
by bringing before the teachers short an expert ladies tailor, and will
mental processes, by which the guarantee satisfaction.
pupil is taught to think numbers
rather than to Bee forms by yizual
izing. - Mr. Hardy of Makawao read a
paper on Geography of Current
Events, in which he proved conclu
sively that the two subjects should
Odds and Ends, by W Tay-
lor, Supervising Principal of Han a
District, consisted of a series of
topics along the Une of pedogogy
His paper was well written, and
contained much interest as wen as
advice particularly to the begin
The vocal duet by Miss Hannah
Cummingsand Miss Eleanor Wil
cox both of the Wailuku school
was well rendered, aid enthusiast!
The residents of Lahaina who are
lawn tennis enthusiasts will be glad
to learn that Mr. Macdonald is hav
ing the courts at the Seminary put
in nrst class condition.
Word was received Tuesday that
Mrs. Judge McKay expected to un
dergo an . operation on Thursday
No news has been received as to
how she withstood the ordeal.
Mr. Wm. Walsh won the handi
cap tennis tournament just finished
at Puunene. He and J. B. Thomp
son played the finals in the rain
last Sunday afternoon, . the former
winning 6-2, 6-2, 8-6.
Victor Sergent, first officer of the
French barque Saint Rogatien, who
was Injured at sea and taken to the
Malulani hospital, on the arrival of
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Principal of Makawao District, read . x
extracts from IdolB of Education, in We are authorised to state, in con-
which the author scored the many I tradiction of a rumor published m
fads and frills of our modern eya-1 an . irresponsible sheet last week,
tern. This called forth considerable that the Island Investment Co.
discussion and for a time the air will not instal ice-making machin
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Was lull VI meurien, niucuics, wu-icijr m w.wucuiiun nivu tueir cieu-
ciefl, etc., some of which seemed I trip plant,
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w The Ladies' Quartette, consisting 1 ,i h7i, ,7,7 T I
, ,. quu' n. Punahou college, Honolulu, came
BLT over on the Mauna Kea Tuesday
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It was their intention to
go up Haleakala, and through the
crater. They encountered a severe
storm on the mountain, however,
and were obliged to return without
seeing the crater.
Messrs. Wilson and TJullen came
titled Peggy," which bo delighted
the audience that the quartette res
ponded with an encore, entitled
r'A Charming Fellow."
Rev. Short gave a very interesting
talk to teachers referring to s the
au&lities of a teacher which make over from Hana in the Claudine
him remembered in after years; and Tuesday, where they have been at
the value of the lesson, whether by work getting ready for building, of
example or precept. . the new bridges in that district.
Maui's School Commissioner Mr. The passengers were transferred
W. 0. Aiken was present, and gave from the Bhore to the ship in coal
a verv entertaining talk upon teach- baskets at Hana this trip, and Wil-
ina eeocranhv. history, etc.. by son had quite a strenuous time of
nractical.uivto-datemetriodsthrouKh it. taking a flying leap from the
. . means of moving pictures. .
V2The followtng officers were elected
. ior the coming year: President, Mr.
T. R, Hinckley, Haiku; Vice-President,
Mrs. , Hamakua
poko; Secretary, Mr. Brown, Wal
basket to the boat
Those in charge of athletics at the
Y. M. C. A. in Honolulu evidently
don t care much about outside com
petition. They have declined
accept a challenge for a bowling
the day was well spent.
To Clean Carbon Deposits.
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The meeting was interesting and r,llK T L - tinnni
instructive, and all present felt that Lttouajj y talking about 200 scores
on the Y. M. C A. alleys, and if
this talk is not hot air, they should
be willing to match their skill
against the bowlers of the other
Billy Field has received the plans
for the addition to his hotel. He
plans some innovations which wil
be a eenuine boon to patrons. I he
new building will . be a two story
structure. The lower floor to have
Carbonized engines may be reme'
died by the following process: Run
the engine until it. becomes" hot.
Then take a pint bottle of kerosene
in one hand and a pint bottle of
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wawnr, vne oiner anu pour mp u ai dini r while the
air intake of the carburetor until the J? . . . . . .
engine chokeB down and runs irregu- wh a private bath for each suite
larly. Stop until the engine picks gerve rtfregh
up. then pour watr menta ftt & anJ to
Wvu,UUm uUu rate Saturday night dances, w t
until tou use ud a pint of each. The Wailuku basket ball team
The theory of this is that as soon as put it all over the team representing
the water gets into the combusion the Young Mens Club of Kahului,
chamber it turna to steam, which at the latter'a club house, Thursday
WvHAna all th rarhon around the evening. Ihe nrst nail was
1 fnmhtiat.!rn nhftmher and valves. I Wailuku. and they scored at
Motorists mav at first think this is In the second half, Meyers stepptid
a strenuous treatment, but they will out and put Awana in to fill his
be surprised to find that the water place. The teams were more even
does not seriously interfere with the ly matched with Meyers out, though
winning of the entrine. and beinK both teams made altogether too
tnVon intn the. carburetor above the many fouls in the second half,
nnrav nozzle, in no wav remains in The final score was 30 to 10
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the carburetor, iavorot wauuKu
"A Merry Christmas to AH"
Kahului Railroad Co,