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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912
New Business Firm.
Announcement of the fact that
Arthur F. Wall and James D.
Dougherty will shortly leave the
firm of H. F. Wichman & Co., and
will open a handsome jewelry house
of their own emphasizes the trend
of business and the rapid develop
ment of the business section of
Mr. Wall and Mr. Dougherty will
occupy the" present quarters of the
Honolulu" Library in the Young
Hotel, just above the makai en
trance. The new Carnegie library
building will be finished and ready
" for occupancy about next August
The lease 01 the library on its pre
sent quarters expires shortly after
ward, but there is a possibility that
it may move as Boon as the new
building is ready.
ine announcement of the new
firm has been received with great
interest. Mr. Wall has been in the
jewelry business far twenty-five years
and for several years has been a
member of the Wichman company.
Mr. Dougherty has been with Wich
man & Co, for the paBt nine years
Both of them have a very wide per
sonal acquaintance and popularity
throughout the islands, have been
active in public and semi-public
undertakings, and their long expe
rience and successful connection
wim wienman & uo. make success
of their own venture certain.
The quarters of the new firm
possess great natural advantages and
will be handsomely fitted. There is
a large ground floor space, well
lighted and having a fine front on
Bishop street. The basement floor
is large and well arranged. With
the erection of the Federal building
and the probable construction of a
six-story office building by the Bis
hop Estate trustees just across Bis
hop street, business will make this
section a brisk one.
Both Mr. Wall and Mr. Dougher
ty will leave for the Coast and New
York shortly, to purchase a complete-stock.
The new shop will be
on a scale suitable to the present
needs and future growth of the city.
Smallpox on Maui.
Two cases of smallpox has devel
oped in the Filipino camp out at
Waiehu. The first case was re
ported Monday and the second one
Tuesday. Dr. Osmera immediately
had the entire camp quarantined,
and as the outbreak is among a
bunch that had only arrived here
on the 16th of the month, the pro
bability of there being a spread of
the disease is very remote.
Part of the same lot went to the
Maui Agricultural Company, but
though a close watch has been kept,
the doctor has not reported any out
break among them. This is the
second time within a year that Maui
has had smallpox brought in by
Filipinos from Honolulu, and that
after being discharged from quaran
At the Orpheam.
. The Maui public is to be treated
to more high class vaudeville next
Three teams of songs and dance
artista who have been performing ut
' the Bijou theatre in Honolulu, and
who are said to be very good.
They will be here Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday evenings and
will have a complete change of pro
gram each night.
Tonight the Orpheum is showing
as a feature film Col. Jones lassoing
wild animals in Africa. This is a
novel and most interesting film,
and will tend to show the character
istic instincts of the different ani
mals. CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late Win. F. Moss
tnan wtsb to extend their thanks to the
many kind friends who sent flowers and
extended their sympathy, in their recent
James W. Robertson, father of Mrs. W.
S.yChilllngsworth, came up from Hono
lulu Friday morning on the Houolulan,
for a few days rest.
I Xocals I
Miss Wllhelmina Tenny was a passen
ger on the Houolulan Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin arrived
Friday morning on the Honolulun from
Geo. Groves gave a very pleasant
birthday party at his home in Makawao
last Saturday night.
The membership in the Maui Library
is growing each week. Look for the
lists of new books which appear from
time to time in the Maui News.
Sin the case of the Territory against
Lilia Paleka, charged with perjury, the
jury has returned a verdict of guilty
She will be sentenced on Monday.
Rev. Henry P. Judd preached at the
Wailuku Union Church last Sunday
evening. Mr. Dodge was taken sick in
the afternoon and unable to preach.
Rev. J. K. Kahoopii has been called as
pastor of the Paia Church. He will also
preach at Haiku and Hamakuapoko,
He was formerly pastor of the Nahiku
W. F. Hutchins, known everywhere
as simply "Hutch" is now in charge of
the road work at Maliko. Cullen has
gone to take charge of the bridge work
on the other side. ,-
Hirata, the Japanese who was charged
with assault with a deadly weapon, plead
guilty to assault and battery before
Judge Kingsbury, Monday, and was sen'
tenced to six months in Jail.
Palm Sunday will be observed at the
Wailuku Union Church next Sunday
evening, March 31.' Easter services will
come the following Sunday, April 7th
Special music is being prepared for both
The Church at Makawao is making
elaborate preparations for the music and
decorations of the next two Sundays.
Palm and Easter. On April 14th, the
Communion service will be held. Rev
R. B. Dodge the acting pastor of the
church, expects to receive a large num
ber of new members at that time.
Fukumatsu Hazemoto, the Lahaina
murderer, when arraigned last week
pleaded not guilty to the charge of mur
der. He had no attorney, and the conrt
appointed J. L. Coke to defend him.
Later his plea of guilty to murder in the
second degree was acceptedfey the pro
secution and he will be sentenced later.
The Lahainaluna school is more pros
perous than it has been In years. The
appropriation of the last Legislature of
25,ooo will be available in some six
months more, and then the work will
begin of erecting a new dining hall and
large dormitory. All the shops will
also be made much larger than they are
Rev. Louis Mitchell has been called
to the pastorate of the church at Kaupo,
Maui. Mr. Mitchell for several years
has been well known in Honolulu for his
work among the Hawaiian. He has
been associated with Rev. H. H. Parker.
Maui is fortunate to have secured him
for one of her churches. Mr. Mitchell
is an exceptionally sweet singer.
Arrivals Maui Hotel: L. E. Penni-
man, J. P. Gless and wife, Sau Fran
cisco; R. C. Searle, Jr., Honolua; James
Donald, Hana; Win, Barnetts, Hilo;
John S. Goodell and wife, Nahiku; E.
D. Burbauk and wife, Los Angeles; A.
H. Gibson, Salt Lake; Fred F. Lacks,
J. L. Coke, Eugene Murphy, Paul O.
Schmidt, F. S. Scudder, S. G. Cohn, H.
A. Wade, F. C. Borden, Gust Nicolai
The Bazaar at the Alexander House
Gymnasium last Saturday night was a
most interesting affair. About three
hundred people were present. The re
ceipts were most satisfactory. The dif
ferent booths for the various nationalities'
were well patronized, aud the concert
was one of the most unique affairs ever
held on Maui. Those who never had
heard Chinese and Japanese music were
Rev. Frank S. Scudder, the superin
tendent of the Japanese Mission of the
Hawaiian Board was a visitor on Maui
last week. His special errand was the
looking after the Japanese stations in
Central Maui. He reports them all in a
flourishing condition. Mr, Scudder's
frequent visit to this Island are always
most welcome. He has many very warm
friends here, who are glad to see him.
He is one of the most popular mission
aries in the Territory, and is highly suc
cessful in his work for the Japanese.
The Rev. Robert Elmer Smith of
Honolulu, Pastor of the First Methodist
Church of that City, writes Maui friends
th?t his Music Committee has uuanmous
ly settled upon new pipe organ, which
is to be built by the Moeller Company of
Hagerstown, Md. This company builds
a splendid organ. Some fifteen letters
from Churches in all parts of the States
were recently received here speaking in
the highest terms of this make of organ
Mr. Moeller himself may come to put
the organ in position. His firm recently
installed a handsome organ in the West
Point Naval Academy, which is called
the finest organ in America.
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