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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912
J. S. Unlsttin, ri'i't-ivnd a. 1012
model Ford Touring car this week.
Tlio clu niiHt of tlio Pioneer mil
had u serious operation performed
last week, lie is rapidly improving.
Manager Weinzheimer returned
Wednesday morning from Honolulu,
where he attended the meeting of
the l:iiid lxiard.
The Filipinos up nt the Pukolii
camp got into a row last Monday
night, and as Usual with our little
brown brothers, they legan using
knives. One secured a wicked look
ing cane knife, and with this he al
most cut a fellow countryman in
two. The victim is now in the
Manager Kennedy of the Lahainu
i 1 i. : . : : . .
v more iuis nuin ins ii'nigii.iLiwu lu
Hackfeld & Co., and expects to sail
for bonny Scotland on the 2Gth of
'.-y this month. Mrs. Kennedy and
their two sons will accompany him.
' The announcement of Mr, Ken
nedy's retirement from the Lahaina
stwre was a great surprise to his
friends, as he has been very success
ful, and lias done much towards
giving Lahaina a first class general
Captain's April Fool.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 3.
Among the passengers on the Mat
son liner Wilhelmina, which arrived
yesterday from Honolulu, were
many who are heavily interested in
sugar, and Captain Peter Johnson',
master of tlje steamer, gave them
the scare of their lives on the morn
ing of April 1, better known as 'All
It is the custom on the Wilhel
mina for the purser to post in the
social hall each morning a synopnis
of, the world's news received during
the night by wireless. Nobody
shows as much interest in the out
side world as ' the man who has
taken a sea voyage to get away from
it, and every morning the wireless
bulletin board gathers a large and
This was the case April 1. The
first item that caught the eye of the
readers was a brief dispatch from
Washington to the effect that the
Senate had passed the sugar bill.
A few genuine items were follow
ed by the skipper's sockdologer. It
was a list of quotations of Hawaiian
sugar stocks. The captain with
his little pencil had put the greatest
kink in the sugar market that ever
made an investor squirm. Stocks,
of all kinds had gone to pot. One
of the sugar barons with a grim
look on his face announced in
hushed accents that the decrease in
value averaged more than 50 per
The purser was swamped with
inquiries as to the date of the next
sailing from San Francisco' for
Honolulu, and for an hour gloom,
deep and dark, hung over the Wil
neimina. Anotner bulletin was
'posted. It read :
The attention of the gentlemen
with the long faces is called to the
fact that this is April Fool's day.'
The blow had fallen so hard,
however, that even this failed, to
lift the gloom, and it was not until
Captain Johnson admitted that the
wireless had brought no news of the
sugar bill and that the stock quota
tions had been manufactured in his
cabin that the sun had any chance
at all. As one of the passengers
It was awful while it lasted."
Need For a Bishop.
There used to be a New Zealand
newspaper, in which statements fre
quently appeared that were vry, very
far from the truth. Sir Joseph Ward
met the editor one day.
"Have you a bishop on your staffT
"A blshopP the editor exclaimed.
"No, 1 haven't"
You ought to have one, you know,"
Sir Joseph said earnestly.
"But why on earth should I have a
bishop?" asked the agitated editor.
"i.ecause. my dear sir," Sir Joseph
e)lalned smoothly, "many of your
newspaper's statements need confirms
Dr. Raymond returned to Honolulu
There is a bowling tournament on at
Puuneue to pick a team to go up against
It. Gooding Fieljt and Brother Billy
climbed Haleakala this week. They re
port a most gorgeous sunrise.
Miss Lureiia Mcrriman oi the Alexan
der House, leaves today for a trip to the
coast. She expects to return in July.
Mr. E. J. Walker is back in the Tun.
nene store, receiving the congratulations
of his many friends on his recovery.
Rev. W. S. Short and Miss Short made
the trip around West Maui this week on
horseback, arriving home Thursday
No new cases of smallpox have de
veloped, in the Waieliu camp. The two
cases already reported are progressing
There is a good chance for a young
man to do office work advertised in this
issue. The opening is in one of the
D. T. Harris, a banker, from Evan-
ston, 111., arrived on Maui Friday morn
ing on the Lurline. G. P. Castle of Ho
nolulu accompanied him.
Mr. P. H. Clyde, the Fairbanks Morse
expert went over to Kihei to look over
the engine of the Makena Maru. He
returned to Honolulu Thursday.
Bishop Restarick arrived on the
Mauna Kea Tuesday. The bishop will
conduct services in the Church of the
Good Shepherd Sunday morning,
Mr. J. F. Soper, head of the Hawaiian
News Co., came over from Honolulu
Tuesday. He is 'now on Kahoolawe
aiding Kben Low in killing off the goats.
Manuel Depoute, the lawyer-inter
preter-politician of Paia, made a great
fight for a place as delegate to the con
vention. He was only beaten by two
The Makawao Church Easter services
were well attended. The music was es
pecially good, with a solo by Mrs. J. P.
Foreter, and a duet by Mrs. Forster and
Indications point towards more moving
picture houses on Maui in the near fu
ture. It is very probable both Puunene
and Kahului will have one, and another
is proposed- at Lahaina.
The Misses Carol and Clarinda Low,
who have been spending their vacation
with Mrs. E. J. Walker returned to
Honolulu Tuesday on the Claudine.
They went overland to Lahaina.
The local bowlers seem to have taken
on new life, as many of them are bowl
ing higher than ever before. Billy Chil
lingworth put up an average of 191 for
ten games this week, and several others
are close up.
The Surgical annex to the Maluluni
Hospital is now completed aud will be
ready for occupancy as soon as the paint
is dry. The annex has three well lighted
rooms, and will be a great addition to
the Hospital. ' "
Dr. Nottage, the eye, ear, nose aud
throat specialist, will be at Paia Hospital
May 4, 5, 6, aud until noon ou May 7th.
Eyes examined for glasses. It will be
well to make an appointment early with
The local corps of the Salvation Army
is expecting a visit from Colonel George
French, of Chicago, who is on a tour of
inspection of the Salvation Army proper
ties in the Hawaiian Islands. He will
speak in the Citadel on Saturday, April
The' damage suit of Albert Cocketl
against Antone Furtardoaud R. C. Lind
say for malicious prosecution took up
the atteution of the Circuit Court for the
greater part of the week. The jury re-
turned a verdict for the defendant,' after
being out only a few minutes.
The Easter services in the local
churches were well attended, and the
decorations in each were most beautiful
At the Church of the Good Shepherd in
the morning, Rev. W. S. Short preached.
The services in the evening at the Union
Church were conducted as usual by Rev.
R. B. Dodge.
A'rrivals Maui Hotel: Mrs. Mary
Christophersen, Mrs. Shirley B. Foster,
Max. Greeubaugu, P. G: Riley, H.
Gooding Field, F. A. Taylor, J. L. Coke,
Dr. J. H. Raymond, A. R. Willard, St.
C. Sayres, P. H. Clyde, Ben F. Vickers,
C. F. White, G. P. Castle, Oahu; J. Jor
gensen, Mrs. Frank Medcalf, Mrs. K.
Akiua, Hawaii; W. L. Decoto, R. C.
Searle, Jr., Maui; L. E. Penniman, San
Francisco; D. J. Harris, Evanston, 111.;
F. L. Clark, Plaiufield, N. J.; C. H.
Lathrop, Berkeley, Cal.
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