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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1912
Hard Time Dance.
' -' mi . n ii 1. ' Ail oi - i.
i ne uainonc ivauies aiu ootneiy
will give a "Hard Time Dance" at
the Town Hall for the benefit of the
Buliding Fund of St. Antony's school
One is not supposed to be togged
up in one's best; on the contrary,
the more seedy one looks, the neare r
he is to acquiring one of the prizes
which will be awarded that night.
Rumor has it tint the prizes are
.masterpieces of modern thought and
- 14-karat ring for one, a gold-en-upped
briar pipe for another,
etc. Look out for the etc.
The cause is a good one. There re
mains quite a debt on the modern
school building- The society is dd
ing all it can to discharge this debt.
. The doors will open at 7:30 p.
ri , and dancing will begin at 8:00
p; m. Tickets may be obtained of
the members of the Aid Society, or
of J. Machado, at the Pioneer Store.
Though it is Leap year, the gentle
. men will pay the admission fe"e of
0 cents, while the ladies will be
The Paia Orphenm.
The Paia Orpheum is now
equipped with fine scenery, and
vaudeville attractions will be able
to do themselves justice when show
ing in this house. Cunning the
great magician is coming tonight,
and will also show Monday evening.
Cunning has broken out of jail so
often they have given up trying to
lock him up. He jumped off the
dock in Honolulu handcuffed and
came to the surface waving the
handcuffs at the crowd. See his
NOTICB TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
' RITORYOF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of
MINERVA K. McLEAN, Late of Ka-
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of Mi
nerva K. McLean, late of Kahaupali,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to
present the same to the undersigned,
James L. McLean, administrator of said
estate, at his place of business in the
offices of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion " Company, City and County of
Honolulu, within six months from date
of publication of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
JAMES L. McLEAN,
Administrator of the Estate of Miner
va K. McLean.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, this 15th day
of April, 1912. ,
Sealed Tenders will be received by the
Maui Loan Fund Commission for the
construction of flume from Wailcamoi to
Puohakamoa, and temporary dam at
Waikamoi, and connect same with the
present pipe line.
All tenders to be on blanks furnished
by the Maul Loan Fund Commission.
Copies of plans and specifications may
be secured from the Secretary at wai
Each proposal must be accompanied
bv certified check for 5 of the amount
proposed, and made payable to W. I
Pogue, Vice-Chairman of the Maui Loan
The Maui Ivoan Fund Commission re
serves the right to reject any or all pro
Dosals and to award the contract in
whole or in part.
FRED E. HARVFV,
April so, 27.
Public Notice is hereby given that I
have appointed Wm. F. Pogue, of Huelo,
Maul, my Attorney-in-fact, under full
Power-of-Attorney, to act for me in all
business matters, and to care for all of
my property within the County of Maui
Honolulu, April 5, 191 a.
April 6, 13, 20.
- Young man
for ceneral office work
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
The new vault which has been under
construction by the Kahului Store is
Bishop Restarick preached a powerful
sermon last Sunday morning on Christian
unity. A number of persons were con
firmed at this service.
Dr. Carey came over from Lahaiua
Sunday evening, and will remain in Wai
luku for several weeks.
The greater part of the machinery for
the new electric light plant arrived this
week on the Missourian.
A. A. Wilson went through to Hilo
Saturday. Mrs. Wilson leaves Hilo for
the coast on the Wilhehniua.
E. C. Mellor, lately bookkeeper at the
Haiku Cannerv has resinned. He has
accepted a position with the Kahului R.
Mr. C. D. Luikin, will leave Monday
on the Kilauea for Honolulu. He leaves
Honolulu for the mainland on the Wil-
The new billiard room connected with
the Maui Hotel is completed, and two
pool tables are installed. A billiard table
Will be installed later.
Atkinson, Breckons and Coelho, what
trio to draw to made a hurried trip to
Maui last week. They turned around an 1
hurried right back again.
Enos Vincent, who bought the strip of
land" between the road and the beach at
Lower Paia, proposes 10 have it surveyed
and cut up in building lots.
Ben Guerrero and Joe Machado, man
ager and clerk respectively in the Pio
neer Store, have sent in their resigna
tions, to take effect May 1st.
The crew of the Puunene Athletic
Club took the new boat the "Harriet B"
over the course last Sunday. Quite a
crowd was on hand, and the crew will
have a much better training ground this
year than last.
A boat was swamped at Megregor'e
last Friday night. As the boat came to
the wharf it became caught under one of
Uhe planks. The next wave caught it,
ana almost turned it over. One of the
sailors were thrown overboard.
Three horses came in on the Claudine
last week from Honolulu, and are now
quartered at Spreckels Park, Kahului.
More will soon come in from both Hono
lulu and Hilo, and altogether the train
ing season will soon be in full swing.
The luau to be given by the Camp One
baseball club at their new grounds today
is going to be a hummer. If the Camp
One boys can play ball in the same hust
ling style, as the officers of the club have
in arranging this luau, they will be some
John A. ,, Palmer, of the Courtland
Hotel, Honolulu, has been in town this
week. He was on his way to Hilo. Mr.
Palmer has recently leased the Hau Tree
Hotel, and is having it thoroughly reno
vated. This wilNtiow be an ideal place
for families who wish to spend the sum
mer near the beach in Honolulu.
Arrivals at the Maui Hotel: John
O'Rouke, C. L. Hadley, A. A. Wilson,
Hilo; C. K. Sturtevaht, Seattle; W. N.D
Baxter, Oakland; S. P. Bartley, S. F.;
oaquim Balmori, M. B. Carbonell, Ma
nila, P. I.; Geo. J. Wond. Aiea. Oahu.
F. L. Clark, N. Y.; C. II. Lathrop, Berk
ley, Cal.; W. T. Frost ,Beu. F. Vickers,
B. F. Heilbron, W. H. Babbit, John A,
Palmer, H. Dumout, Mrs. B. Cressaty,
Chas. W. McClanahan, Leon Tobriner,
P. W. Bell, Theo. Baumann and J. K
oenor Joaquin Jtalmon, was on
Maui this week. He came to the
islands for the express purpose of
looking into the condition of the
Filipino laborers here. He is ac
companied by Mr. B. Carbonell.
Mr. W. H. Babbitt, of the Planters
Association is with the two Filipino
gentlemen on their tour of the isl
Mr. Balmori, seemed pleased
with the conditions here on Maui,
and in a conversation said that
appeared that his countrymen were
leing well taken care of. Mr. Bal
mori agreed that the first Filipinos
who came to the islands were a poor
lot, and said they had been gathered
off the streets of Manila, and other
towns, but that the latest arrivals
were altogether different, coming
from the rural districts, and would
prove good citizens. The commis
sioner is a man of wide experience,
and has a wonderful grasp of con
ditions as they exist both here and
in the Orient. He says his country
men at home feel they are capable
of self government, and are almost
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