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Wailuku Again Wins.
THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 191
Thursday evening the Puunene
Athletic Club bowling team came
over to Wailuku seeking revenge for
their defeat at the hands of the
Wailuku team New Year's day.
Both teams seemed to be off in their
rolling, and low scores were the re
sult all around. The Puunene
team was composed of E. F. Dein
ert, E. Savage, C- C. Campbell,
W. Walsh, W. Lougher, and J. B.
Thompson. The team representing
Wailuku was composed of the fol
lowing: J. Kunewa, E A. Wat
""son, W. Bal, W. Chillingworth, F.
Voeller, and C. C. Clark. Mr.
Meyers was unable to play on ac
count of a sore foot.
The first and last games were
both closely contested. Puunene
Seating Wailuku in the first game
. by five pins, and in the third game
by one pin. Wailuku more than
evened up matters, however, by
taking the -second game by a wide
margin. The total score for the
three games was Wailuku 2512,
Puunene 2322, Wailuku thus win
ning by 190 pins.
The Puunene team rolls a match
against Kauai February 10th.
The Maui Loan Fund Commission held
a meeting Wednesday.
Mrs. H. M. Wells went over to Hono
lulu on the Mikahala last Saturday.
Sheriff Crowell went over to Honolulu
Friday evening last, and returned Tues
day. Mr. II. D. Feiihallow went to Honolulu
on the Kilauea and returned on the Mi
kahala. Miss Weight won sixth prize in the
Star contest. Miss Burlem was also a
Mr. Cooper of the Star arrived this
morning. He goes to Haiku to look over
his homestead lots.
Mr. C. E. Wright, of the Island In
vestment Company returned this morn
ing from Honolulu.
Mrs. Judge Kingsbury returned from a
trip to the volcano Thursday. She is
much improved in health.
The Wailuku Union Church will ob
serve .the communion Sunday evening
after the preaching service.
Mr. C. E. Lucas the Honolulu optician
is on Maui visiting his customers. Mr.
Lucas is at the Maui Hotel.
The Young Men's Club at Kahului are
making preparations for a very enjoyable
time at their dance tonight.
Dr" Burt is back at his post, and Dr.
Barnes is thinking of making the ascent
of Haleakulu before leaving Maui.
Dr. Collins, formerly ot Hilo and Ha
waii plantations passed through Maui
last Tuesday on his way to the coast.
Mr. Frank Atherton of Honolulu.
came over on the Claudine last Saturday
morning. He is spending a ' few weeks
Mrs. V. C. Schoeuberg of Lahaina
was taken seriously ill a few days ago,
and typhoid was feared. She is now
improving, and the danger is passed.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
business meeting on Wednesday, Feb, 7,
at the Rectory, Wailuku, at a:3o p. m
The Puunene Athletic Club are having
the alleys scraped and put in perfect
shape for the match with Kauai, which
takes place on Saturday, February 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews of Hono
lulu are expected on the Claudine. Mrs,
Andrews is an Oberliu graduate, and has
many Maui friends. Mr. Andrews has
been very popular here.
Mr. Lund, the orgauizer of the Moose
arrived this morning on the Claudine.
Mr. Lund will endeavor to interest
number of Maui people, in the hope of
starting a branch of the order here.
The dance given by the Puunene Ath
letic Club last Saturday evening was well
attended, and everyone had a good time.
This is always the case however, as the
Puunene Club is noted for their hospital
C. D. Lufkin went to Honolulu Friday
evening, to meet Mrs. Lulkin, wtio was
over consulting physicians, regarding
peculiar pains in her head. They return'
ed Tuesday, and Mrs. Lufkin is much
After a minute analysis it has been
found that the Maui tax office is run
more economically than is that of any
other county. This speaks well for the
executive ability of Tax Collector Kune-
w, and his corps of assistants.
Mr. Hartung, recently chemist for the
Wailuku Sugar Company, has resigned
He goes to the coast as be is in poor
health. Mr. Watson succeeds Mr. Har
tung. Mr. Watson has had experience
both in Europe and America as a chemist,
The Makawao Union Church have ex
tended call to the Rev. John E. Stu
chell of Piedmond, Cal., one of the popu
lar California ministers, who is well
known to many island people. It
hoped sincerely that he will accept the
The committee appointed to select
princess to represent Maui at the Floral
Parade, has secured Mrs. Ellen Rogers
Mrs. Rogers is a fine horsewoman
and the committee has been fortunate in
securing such a representative. Mrs.
Rogers is now in Honolulu.
The annual meeting of the Makawao
Union Chuch will be held Friday even
ing, Feb. 9th. The parish meeting will
be immediately after the church meeting,
The communion service will be held this
Sunday, tomorrow, at the usual hour,
the close of the preaching service.
Arrivals at Maui Hotel: C. F. White,
Richard Robinson, F. C. Atherson, C. B
Burnes, Wm. Green, Jas. P. Lynch, John
A. Hughes, P. G. Riley, H. P. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Tong Kau, Jas. W. Harvey
Wilhelin Lanez, R. A. Shingle, W.
Ramsey, Honolulu; A. A. Wilson, C.
Wilkinson Watson, G. L. Had ley, Hilo
L. von Tetnpsky, Miss L. von Tempsky
Master E, von Tempsky, Miss N. Hayes,
Makawao; W. L. Dec-oto, Dr. F. Burt,
Lahaina; W. Burt, Ontario, Canada;
I loruenseu. Hawaii; G. A. McDermott,
Annual Church Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Wai
luku Union Church was held last
Sunday evening at the close of the
preaching service. The report of
the Treasurer of the Church, Mr.
W. Leslie West, was read and
showed a balance for the coming
year" after the current expenses of
the. past year were all met.
. The following officers were elect
ed: Trnstees Messrs- H. B. Pen
hallow, D. H. Case, W. A. Mac
Kay, C. E. Copcland, and 0. J.
Whitehead. Mr. Copeland was
elected clerk and Mr. West, treasur
er." Mrs. 0. J. Whitehead was ap
pointed by the Minister as Superin
tendent of the Sunday School.
Hon. beluen is. Kingsbury was
elected deacon for two years, and
Mr. Geo. W. Wilbur deacon for
one year. The deaconesses are Miss
Charlotte L. Turner and Mrs- C.
M. Roberts. These officers togeth
er with the minister and chairman
of the Board of Trustees constitute
the Standing Committee of the
Church. Mr. William H. Engle
was elected usher for one year.
The M. A. Co. is turning out 38
inch pipes for the electric plant
which will be built back of the
Maunaolu Seminary. The poles are
being set up.
Alvin Robinson has ordered a 7
horse cower twin cylinder Indian
Motor Cycle, and expects it to ar
rive at Kahului by the next Clau
LaBt Tuesday, at the Makawao
Court House an old Portuguese, who
was up for assault and battery, got
off with a 13 months suspension.
It is said that the Paia Mill has
turned out 11.000 tons of sugar in
the last two months.
The Field baseball team, who won
the chamnionship last year of the
Paia Baseball League, are still wait
ing for the Dennant offered by the
promoters of that league.
Mr. Frauklin, representing the Bruns
wick Balke Collender people has beeu on
Maui for a few days. Mr. Franklin is
noted billiard expert.
Mr. H. Gooding Field, who recently
read the paper on Civic Economy before
the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, is
receiving much attention in Honolulu
on account of his expert knowledge along
the lines of modern scientific govern
tnent. He gave a talk in the V
M. C A. rooms last Sunday afternoon
and was listened to by a large audience
It is likely he will be given a chance to
use his expert knowledge in remedying
many defects known to exist in many
departments of both the County and Ter
ritorial governments in the near future
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