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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. 191
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Mrs. S. B. Kingsbury left Friday for a
trip to the volcano.
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Baldwin are regis
tered at the Young Hotel, Honolulu,
Tom Church was on Maui last week.
He returned Tuesday on the Claudiue.
The Island Investment Company is
. calling for bids for the erection of the
electric light poles.
Dr. Weddick Is recovering from his
recent illness, and will be back among
Tiis friends next week.
Mrs. W. J. Stone will arrive at the
Wailuku Hotel on February 7th, with a
' full line of ladies hats.
A Japanese workman on the quarry of
the Kahului R. R. Co., suffered a broken
leg while at work last week.
The Honolulan will lie the next
steamer to arrive at the port of Kahului,
and she will not be here till February 1.
Dr. and Mrs Irwin of Hawaii, who have
' been spending a vacation on Maui re-
- tamed home on the Mauna Kea Tuesday.
The regular meeting of Aloha Lodge,
K. of P., will be held this evening. The
officers for the ensuing year will be in
stalled. Mr. T. Burlem is building a new cot
tage near the Maui Stables. We under-
stand J. H. Kunewa will move into the
new cottage as soon as completed.
Dr. McCoukey has bought a new Hud
son runabout. This is a classy looking
car, and should have plenty of power to
carry the doctor over the Kula hills.
Mr. W. E. Roundtree, representing
Holt Bros., of Stockton, California, came
in on the Lurline Saturday morning.
While on Maui he was the guest ol J.
The usual services at the Makawao
Union Church will be held on Sunday.
Rev. R. B. Dodge, the supply for the
church until a new pastor is secured will
The choir of the Union Church in Wai2
luku has prepared special music for next
. Sunday, the 28th. After the preaching
service the annual meeting of the church
will be held.
Rev. John Wad man has been making a
tour of Maui in connection with his mis
sionary work. He was here for the dedi
cation of the new church, and then went
ou to Hawaii.
The bowling craze has hit Maui hard.
The Paia people have found it too far to
come over to Puunene every time they
wanted a game, so they are going to have
their own alleys.
The Punnene Athletic Club are giving
a dance this evening. The proceeds are
to go towards paying for the new prac
tice barge. The boys are already making
plans for the Fall regatta, and it is the
intention to put at least two crews on the
The gymastum basket ball team de
feated the team from Kahului last Satur
day evening by a score of 31 to 11. In
the ladies game the blacks beat the
whites 16 to 9. Another gume between
the girls will be played next Friday
The Kauai Bowling Club has clial-
- lenged the Puuneue Athletic Club to a
return match, and the games will be
bowled on February loth. The names
of the Puunene team will be handed in
next week, and any member wishing to
' get on the team should report at the
alleys and show what he can do.
Maui Hotel arrivals: Wm. Green, C.
F. White, Jas. R. Lynch, T. M. Church,
R. y. Gilbert, Honolulu; A. N. Wilson
Hilo; Rev. Dr. Weymouth, S. D. Barnes
and wife, Lahaina; H. C. Waldron, Ho
nolulu; J. Jorgenson, Hilo; Dr. and Mrs.
W. L. Wood, Mrs, R. B. Lamson, Port
JMtoland, Ore. ; Miss Campbell, Scotland; S.
H. Moses, S. P.; F. L. Sellack and wife,
The lecture by Rev. R. E. Smith, of
Honolulu, ou "The Philosophy of the
Hustler" was one of the most enjoyable
events of many years. The speaker was
in good form, and for over an hour held
his audience in the closest attention. He
is a good speaker, told some good stories
that made people laugh. He gave every
one that heard him an ambition to do the
best one could wherever one is placed.
The ministers' meetiug ofthe Central
Maui pastors,evangelists and visitors was
most interesting. An unusually large
number was present. Besides the regular
work of the day by Messrs. Buruham and
Dodge, Rev. John D. - Wadmau, D. D.,
brought greetings from the Methodist
Mission, telling particularly of the en
couraging work among the Koreans.
Rev. John F. Cowan, D. D., of Kohala,
Rev. Stephen L. Desha, and Rev. Albert
S. Baker, M. D., speaking of their work
on Hawaii. Rev. D. W. K. White of
Lahaina, and P.ev. R. E. Smith of Hono
lulu spoke briefly of their fields. The
luncheon was served by the ladies of the
Kaahumanu Church, the ladies of the
Union Church having provided it. Mrs.
Frank Sunimerfeld had charge of the
For many months it has been
apparent to the directors of the
Kahului railroad that Superintend
ent Williams was being overworked,
and that in order that he be able to
maintain the high degree of effi
ciency to which he has brought the
railroad, he must have an assistant.
1 in ordinary details of operating
the road and handling to advantage
the largo output of sugar during
the busy season, was enouzh. but
when the company secured the con
tract for the breakwater, Mr. Wil
liams was on the go day and night.
The new extension to Haiku now
demands attention, and when the
actual work of construction begins,
it will mean added resDonsibilitv.
Mr. William Walsh, Cashier at
the Puunene office, has" been aD-
pointed as Mr. Williams' assistant.
This is a fitting recognition to
Mr. Walsh's long and efficient ser
vice in Ins present position. Mr.
Walsh went to Puunene as station
agent for the railroad company, and
lias gradually worked Up to his
present position. Mr- Williams is
to bo congratulated that he secures
such an efficient assistant.
It will also be gratifying to the
different plantations, who are the
large shippers, to have one so fami
liar with plantation affairs looking
after the details of transportation.
Mr. C. C. Campbell will step up
into Mr. Walsh's place at Puunene,
the other office assistants all getting
Last Saturday evening the masons
entertained their friends at their
lodge rooms in Kahului. The
popularity of the masonic Enter
tainments was well attested to, by
the large gathering present.
The entertainment committee had
arranged a fine musical program,
and it is not until some such time
as this, that one realizes we have
so much talent in our midst.
C. D. Lufkin, gave a selection on
the cornet in his usual finished
style, and was heartily applauded.
The singing of Miss Mills and of
Rev. W. S. Short was much enjoyed,
as was also the violin solo by Mr.
Kenneth Smythe. Mr. White need
ed no introduction and he ably up
held his reputation as an elocutionist.
The baseball fans were on their
feet when Wren Wescoatt told them
how Caspy got struck out.
Judge Kingsbury gave a short
address on the principles of mason
ry, and incidentally assured the
ladies that their natural curiosity
need not be aroused over the secrets
of the order.
After the entertainment a pleas
ant hour was spent in dancing and
Manager Weinzheimer is expected
home from his long vacation to the
fatherland, next Tuesday. The Jap
anese are planning to give him a
A number of the Lahaina mer
chants have got together and form
ed a Merchants Association. The
idea is to stop price cutting. Each
member of the association must de
posit $25.00 with the treasurer,
which they agree to forfeit if they
violate any of the rules of the asso
ciation. Manager Kennedy, of the
Lahaina Store is the president of the
new association ', and G. Masuda is
Mr. Dickson, bookkeeper of the
Lanai plantation was married last
week to the oldest daughter of Chas.
(Jay. Rev. White of Lahaina per
formed the ceremony-
A most interesting service at the new
Wailuku Uuicu Church was held last
Sunday evening. The speakers were from
various parts of Hawaii, making ad
dresses in the different languages. Mr.
Yee Kui and T. Kuboki spoke for the
Wailuku Chinese and Japanese churches.
Rev. W. B. Oleson brought the greetings
of the Hawaiian Board and spoke elo
quently upon the meaning of the cross,
referring to the fact that the cross was
displayed iu nearly all of the windows of
the new church. Rev. D. W. K. White
offered a prayer in Hawaiian. Rev. S.
Iy. Desha spoke particularly to the Ha
waiian people present. The byuins for
the evening were sung iu four languages
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