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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1912
Bishop Uestarick of Honolulu
visited Holy Innocents' Church last
Sunday. At the 1 1 o'clock service
Rev. J- Knox Bodel presented a
15 for confirmation. The
preached an excellent dis-
In the evening the Bishop
spoke of the main po'nts of apostol
ic teaching and practice, which are
still maintained in Roman Catholic,
Greek and Anglican churches.
Improvement of the roads is
much needed in some places, and a
petition is in circulation in aid of
that desired betterment. '
. The Congregational Association of
Maui, Molokai and Lanai held
numerous meetings this week; and
there was a reunion of Lahainaluna
H. Olstad, formerly assistant
manager of the Nahiku Rubber Co.,
is surveying the Honokohau ditch,
for the Honolua Ranch.
The Chinese celebration of the
birth of the new republic was a big
affair, lasting all day Sunday and
Monday, and ending with a lantern
parade in the evening.
H. M. Wells and C E. Copeland
visited school supervisor Raymond
Mrs. Gannon has gone over to
Paia to spend a vacation with Mr.
and Mrs. Rosecrans.
The Mutual telephone company
have their plans all completed for
the erection of a 'new and much
more commodious wireless station
at Lahaina. They will also build a
new house for Mr. Ralston, and. the
latter will celebrate by treating his
family to an automobile which he
has ordered, and expects about
Here's a Hot One.
The bowling alley at the Wailuku
gymnasium, which has been under
going repairs for several weeks, was
reopened to the members last
Wednesday evening. The alley is
now in the middle instead of pu the
side. The bowlers have to ipractice
a long time on the new alley in or
der to get used to it, as the highly
polished surface seems to affect in
some degree the course a ball takes
before it strikes the pins at the
other end.. One expert at throwing
curves declares that the ball refuses
to answer and goes straight at the
pins instead of performing the re
quired curve movement which never
failed him at the old bowling alley.
But as soon as the members get
uaeu to the new surface, some
phenomenal recprds will be estab
lished which will no doubt receive
the attention of the lovers of the
bowling game in the Territory.
A spark from an engine working in
the vicinity, is thought to have set fire to
the grass near the lumber yard of the
Kahului railroad company Thursday, and
a serious conflagration was narrowly
averted. The grass was blazing freely
when detected -by an employee. A
chemical fire extinguish er was at hand,
and put out the blaze without damage
IN THE CIRCUIT C:OU'RT OF THB
SECOND JUDICIAL, ' Cl RCUIT, TER
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY
P. BALDWIN, late of Spreckelsville,
maul, 1. xl., Deceased.
Notice of Hearing of Petition for Al
lowance of Accounts of Executors, and
for Distribution and Discharge.
EMILY A. BALDWIN, HARRY A.
BALDWIN and JOSEPH P. COOKE,
Executors of the Will of Henry P. Bald
win, deceased, having file.i in this Court
their first and final accoun t as such Exe.
cutors, together with a pi :tition for the
approval thereof by this Court and for
distribution and dischargee
Notice is hereby given, that Saturday
the 37th day of April, 191. a, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the undersigned Judge pre'
siding herein, at his Court Room in the
Court House in Wailuku, County of
Maui, has been duly appointed by the
Court as the time and place for hearing
said Petition and Account s; and that all
persons interested may Mien and there
appear and show cause, i f any they have,
why the same Bhould not be granted,
and may present evident x as to who are
entitled to the said prop erty.
Dated at Wailuku, Mi.ut, this 19th. day
of March, 191a.
(Sd. S. B. KIN SSBURY, Judge.
BY THE COURV:
(Pflal) (Sd.) EDMU ND H. HART,
Mar. 23, 30, Apr. 6 rj, :191a.
An old Hawaiian, aged over 90 years
died in Waihee last week.
Paul Schmidt is on his regular tour of
the island this week in the interests of
came over last Friday
He spent a few days in
to attend court.
Engineer Harvey of the Loan Fund
Commission went to Kauai Tuesday. He
will return in a couple of weeks.
Mr. Herbert Wade, a recent arrival
from the coast, has been appointed as
teacher and manual trainer for the Wai
Jim Coke-Sunny Jim with the handy
smile, and the smiling hand, is with us
again. He is here attending the March
term of court.
There will be an entertainment in the
Castle Hall of Aloha Lodge, Saturday
evening, March 30th, for the members of
order and their families and guests,
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will bold its business
meeting on Wednesday, March 37th, at
the Rectory, Wailuku, at 3:30 p. m.
The boat house of the Puunene Athle.
tic club has been moved to a sheltered
cove on the beach, about a mile above
Kahului. They will cut a road through
Dan Conway, who is one of the oldest
and most popular of the salesmen travel
ing through the islands, has resigned
his position with Davies & Co. Ben
Vickers will take his place.
The new steam shovel which Messrs.
Wilson and Baumann are using at the
Maliko gulch is cutting down the grade
in great shape. The work is going ahead
so fas t it is expected the road will only
be clos ed a few days.
Mr. Plummer. who has had charge of
the work of dredging Pearl Harbor, ar
rived this week. Thursday mornings
large gasoline launch came in with part
of the dredging apparatus in tow. The
dredge will come over next week,
A call has been issued for a meeting of
the Fifth Precinct Club, Friday evening,
March Jqth. to receive nominations of
candidates for delegates to the Republi
can Territorial Convention. Also lor
holding a primary election Saturday,
Thursday morning, as an early train
was hauling a load of cane to the Paia
mill, the trainmen found the mangled
remains of a Japanese laborer on the
track. The man is supposed to have
fallen between the cars. The remains
have been identified as those of
from the Kaheka camp.
A team representing the Wailuku gym
went over to Puunene last Sunday morn
ing, and defeated a five representing the
Puunene Athletic club, by 36 pins. A
challenge was hurled at the winning
team by another set of bowlers present,
and when it was accepted on the spo t,
the challengers took to the woods.
Harold Rice last week received his
new six cylinder White. This machine
is probably the finest automobile that
has ever come to Maui, and Harold is
delighted with it. It is electric lighted
throughout, and the self starting, device
is so smooth working, that it is impossi
ble to determine just when the engine
A concert and bazaar will be held in
the Alexander Honse gymnasium at 7.30
this evening, in aid of the kindergarten
This institution is doing fine work in
educating the smaller Japanese and
Chinese children.- There will be Japan
ese, Chinese, Portuguese, Hawaiian and
American music, and the different booths
will be presided over by ladies of each
The Wailuku Orphemn.
The Vaudeville put on at the Or
pheum Thursday and Friday even
ings proved to be the best which
has bo far been produced in this
house. Miss Rader, and the Her
man sisters both put on a creditable
act, and were well received by the
crowded house. It remained, how
ever, for the Doric trio to make the
hit of the season- Never before in
the history of Wailuku play-house,
has a performer met with the re
ception of these three after the first
song. The audience refused to let
them stop, and each encore only
whetted their appetites for more.
They put on a finished act.
Next week Manager Thompson
expects to have the moving pictures
of the famous Dante's Inferno
This is a play in itself consisting of
three full reels, and taking up an
entire evening. Also Ed. Fernan
n duo tor Pipe,
Outlets - Inner and
Outer Mitres -Adjustable
Gutter Heads, Han-
Kahului Railroad Co,
dez pictures of the 1912 Floral