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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 191
Play to the Ladies.
Every tradesmen known that the
ladies bless 'em are the money
spenders of any community.
What would the candy stores, ice
cream parlors, florists and amuse
ment parks do if the women were
unable either to spend or get some
ono eUe to spend? What would the
theatres but wait. It is a curious
fact that a good many picture men
. do not know how their attendance
Is divided as to male and female;
but to watch .them closely is an edu
Men and women laugh at the
same things, more or less; they en
joy the same things, always more or
lessv But outside of this congenial
similarity of tastes there are two
vast field, each peculiar to its gen
der, wherein the man and woman
wanders alone. For instance, some
one some time has tried to show
pictures that should not have been
shown. To a man, this is interest
ing. The less proper it is, the more
strictly it is censored, and the worse
the man wants to see it. The point
is here. That some films would have
little interest for any ' woman. A
woman's curiosity is strong, but it
is hot a man's curiosity, and the
manager who counts noses in his
audience before the show starts
would not run any such a film un
der any condition whatever. And it
i&Ithis fact that made the Orpheum
Theatre so popular; because a man
can bring his wife and friends to an
evening's show, or send his children
and know that they will see nothing
but what is good, clean and in
structive. New Books Added
To the Library.
- "Queed"by Henry Sydnor Harri
son. Queed is one of the most po
pular books of the latter part of
last year, and has bad a phenomenal
sale. It is one of the kind you can't
lay down, after you Tiave begun
. reading. Presented to the Library.
The Children's Hour has been
presented. This ' set is filled with
stories that old and young alike love,
. though the set is gotten out parti
cularly for children. The title are
as follows: Myths from Many lands,
Stories of Legendary Heroes, Old
Fashioned Stories and Poems, Sto
ries from Seven Favorites, Adven
tures and Achievements, The Out-of-Door
Book, Modern Stories,
Poems and Rhymes.-
' Mr. J. T. Fantom who has been
laid ud in the hospital with a
broken leg for about three months,
was allowed to (to home last week.
He hobbles about on crutches, but
will be strone enough to walk
-' T,ot at 5 to 11 acres in the vil
lage of. Makawao, Maui, suitable
for eraDe culture and general farm
" These lot will be sold by auc
tion at 1 p. m., Saturday the 9th
f March. 1912.
. Tha auction will take place in
front of the Catholic church in Ma
... Terms: Half cash, the balance
at one and two years with interest
at 7 per cent.
Per order, .
VENDA DE TERRAS EM
Em lotes de 5 a 11 alqueires
arp1 na villa de Makawao, Maui
Bona terrenos para a cultura de
uvas e outras culturas,
Tre7. lotes serao vendiaoB em
Icilao no dia 9 de Marco de 1912 a'
itvo hnrA tarde.
O leiloa tera' lugar em frenta da
..rain Hfttholica de Makawao.
Terroos da venda, metade do
Hinheiro a ' vista e o resto em um
! e dois annos com juro a 1.
. Por ordem da,
The annual stockholders meeting of
the Keahna Ranch Co. Ltd., will beheld
at the office of the company at raia
m...i mi Wednesday. February 28th, at
3:30 P. M.
School inspector King was in
Wailuku last week.
Mr. H. B. Weller took the Mauna
Kea for Honolulu Friday evening.
Mr. Leslie West went over to
Honolulu Friday evening to consult
Jouquin Garcia went over to
Honolulu Thursday evening, and
returned this morning.
There is to be a hard time dance
at the Town Hall March 2, in aid
of the Catholic Girls school.
Remember the Leap Year dance
which the ladies of Lahaina are
giving next Saturday evening.
The Wailuku Sugar- Company
ast month broke all records of that
company for sugar output in a sin
The Puunene alleys will be open
ed again today. The Puunene team
will bowl their match against Kauai
Mr. Aiken will sell the personal
property of Rev. E. B. Turner at
public auction on February 17th,
at one p. m. - -
The Haleakala Ranch company
is advertising a piece 01 property
which will be sold February 9th, at
The ministers of Central and West
Maui will meet next week, on
Thursday, the 15th, with the Haw
aiian church at Paia. .
The girls' basket ball teams
played two games this week. One
Monday evening and another Wed
nesday evening. The blacks won
Word comes from the coast in a
letter that Tom Skinner is in the
State of Washington. While out on
little expedition into the country
Tom shot aii enormous wild cat,
which weighed 34V lbs.
The Kahului Young Mens Club
gave a very enjoyable dance at their
club rooms last Saturday evening.
The hall was tastefully decorated,
and the music was fine. During the
evening refreshment were served.
The Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion held a meeting Friday evening.
The principal matter taken up was
the extension of the Kula pipe line
from the present intake to a point
farther in. This will greatly in
crease the water supply,
An automobile belonging to Do
Rcgo and Edwards ran into some
sugar cars which were standing on
the tracks in front of the Maui
Wine company. The auto was
pretty badly smashed up, and the
occupants more or less bruised.
Many beautiful palms and ferns
have been presented . the Wailuku
Union church. They make a very
attractive appearance in the new
auditorium. The screens separat
ing the auditorium from the Sunday
school rooms have also been placed.
Benjamin JJ. Baldwin, manager
of the Hawaiian Sugar Co., Maka
weli. has been on Maui for a few
days visiting his father, D. D. Bald
win nf H.ailrn. Dr. E. C. Water.
house accompanied Mr. "Baldwin on
the trip, and has ben in consulta
tion with Maui physicians on sever
The Puunene Athletic Club is
riving a Luau and dance Saturday
evening. February 17th. There is
sure to be a scramble for tickets to
this affair, as the well known ability
of the Puunene boys to spread
sumptous luau, will cause everyone
to fix their dates in order to be
present. ' '
DoRego & EdwM-ds have inaugur
ated a regular automobile service
between Kahului and Wailuku every
morning between eight and nine
o'clock. Returning immediately
Again in the evening at 7 o'clock.
Parties of three or more going to
Lahaina Tuesdays or Fridays will be
taken for half rates.
The Orpheum management have
planned another vaudeville treat for
their patrons this evening. Hughes
& Prior, the jugglers who have been
highly appreciated in Honolulu, to
gether with Reeves & Reeves the
comedy artists, arrived on the Clau
dine, and will entertain. A spe
cial train will be run tonight from
Paia. Camp 1, and Kahului at ex
Arrivals at Maui Hotel: Edward
B. Blanchard, . I. J. Starrett, W.
C. Hamilton, Mrs. G. P. White, J.
L. Coke, Chas. W. McClanahan, M.
A: Nicoll, Theo. Baumann, H. C.
Waldron, Wm. Knight, I. E. Lucas,
C. J. A. Olson, N. 8. Crane, Jl. A.
Strader, J. C. Cohen, E. C. Water
house, Gust. Nicolai, Honolulu; G.
H. Hadley, A. A. Wilson, Hilo;
E. L. Burke. Genoa, Wis. ; H. H.
Prouty, Portland, Ore.; M. C. Mey
ers, Chicago, 111.; Wm. Henning,
Gasoline and Distillate in Drums
A large consignment of the f ol
lowing: Doors, Sash, Glass, Barol, Oak,
Roofbestos, Galvanized Corru
gated Iron, Galvanized Pipe
and Fitting's, Galvanzed Fence
Wire, Galvanized Barbed Wire,
National Farm Fence, Stretch
ers for Woven Fence, Plain
Galvanized Iron, Gutters and
Accessories, Galvanized Ridge
Boll, Redwood Posts and Bat
tens. 1 Cargo Northwest Lumber in
Cargo Northwest Lumber in
Kahului Railroad Co.
Feb. 10, 17, 4-