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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912
Luaa at Camp One.
Tlio best luau ever given on Miiui
Bounds pretty good, but that is
what everyone says of the one Inst
Saturday evening. Those in charge
of ' le affair surely know how to do
th igs, and they may well feel proud
of their efforts on this occasion.
Messrs Keanu and Rahe were the
committee in charge, and the results
of their work was good to look up
on. The arrangements, the edibles,
the music, the dancing, everything
was perfect, and everyone had a
Dancing began about 9 o'clock,
and continued into the wee sin a
hours, and might have been going
yet, had the music boys not fagged
out J. B. Thompson acted as
floor manager, and saw to it that
everyone was provided with a partner.
Mrs. Jarley's Wax Work.
Everyone has read of Mrs. Jar
ley's Wax Work, as told by Charles
Dickens in' the 'Old Curiosity
Shop." .The people of Maui will
soon have an opportunity of seeing
an exhibition of Mrs.Jarley's handi
work, as a number of the Wailuku
people are now rehearsing, and pro
pose to put on exhibition, "The
genuine and only Jarley wax
The production of these figures
will be something entirely out of
the ordinary and should be intense
ly interesting. The exhibition will
be given in the Town Hall, Friday
evening, May 10th. .
William L Foster Dies.
William E. Fjster, superintend
ent of the Kula sanitarium, died
Friday morning of tuberculosis.
Mr. Foster has long been ailing
from this dread disease, and about
a vyear ago went to the sanitarium
in an effort to gain renewed health.
Before going to the sanitarium he
was employed by the Maui Agricul
tural company, lie also superin
tended the building of the Fred
Baldwin Memorial Home at Paia.
Mrs. Foster is the district nurse at
Sheriff Bill Jarrett,of Honolulu, stopped
off one day last week. Sheriff Crowell
took hiin in tow, and showed hitu how a
town should be run. Bill says he learned
something. He went back to Honolulu
An exceptionally large mail was brought
over by the Mikahala this week. In com
ing over the pali between Lahaina and
Wailuku the horses were unable to pull
the load up the hills, and it was necessary
to unload part of the mail at each hill
and then make two trips to the top. An
auto was sent out and brought the up
country mail in time for the two o'clock
train, but the Wailuku mail did not ar
rive till almost four o'clock.
In the name of the mother of the min
ister of the Wailuku Union Church two
large marble tablets will be placed in the
vestibule of the new church commemo
ating tne work of the early Maul mis
sionaries. Mr. Dodge's mother died the
year after he graduated from Amherst
College. She was always deeply inter
ested in the work of missions. In her
name a friend of theWailukuUnion Church
has given the money for these two tablets,
which will to a large extent complete the
memorials in the edifice to the early mis
sionaries on this island.
Power of Attorney.
I have this day appointed Mrs. R. B.
Whitehead my attorney in fact during
my absence from the Territory, with full
power to act for me in any matter that
may come up during said absence.
l(Signed) O. J. WHITEHEAD.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H, April 35, 1912.
The road through Maliko Gulch will
be close for ten days beginning Monday
April 39th, 1913.
Young man for general office work
Three men of the Geodedicjsurvey ser
vice have been over in the Hana District
the past week.
The Kahului Young Men's Club are
giving another of their famous dances
Saturday evening, May 4.
The Camp 1 baseball team defeated a
team from Puunene and Kahului last
Sunday by a score of 5 to 1
Supervising Principal Raymond of the
Lahaina District went over to Lanai this
week to take a look at the school there,
Applications for liquor licenses must
be in the hands of the secretary of the
Liquor Commission, not later than May
Col. Geo. French of the Salvation
Army will preach in the Kahului Union
Church, on Sunday morning, April 28th,
at 11 o'clock.- V.
O. J. Whitehead left last night for
Hdnolulu. He sails for the coast on the
Sierra to attend the Foresters convention
at Fresno, Cal.
The Mexican came in to Kahului yes
terday. She is rushing her cargo to make
room for the Honolulan which is ex
Mrs. Judge Kingsbury, who has been
confined to the house for some time is
improving, and will soon be about among
her friends again.
Joshua Tucker passed through on the
Claudine last Saturday. He was on his
way to Hana to inspect some govern-,
ment land in that district.
T. Anderson, engineer of the tug
boat Leslie Baldwin is leaving Kahului
for Honolulu May nth, and is selling
his furniture at private sale.
Scott Wright went over to Honolulu
last Saturday. . He returned this morn
ing with Mrs. Wright. They will occupy
cottage on lower Main street.
One of the Japanese auto drivers wen
to sleep in'his car on his way to Lahaina
Thursday. The car started to climb a
kiawe tree, and the result was a bent
The Wailuku ladies have taken the
bowling fever, and by the form already
shown, we should soon have some lady
bowlers, who will make the men hustle
to beat them.
Mr. Kennedy, manager of the Lahaina
store, left with his family last evening,
for a long trip through America and
Europe. Jack Gannon is temporarily in
charge at the store.
Hugh Howell has been over to Hana
this week looking after his contract work
in that district. He is now at Kaupo do
ing some survey work for Antone Vierra,
the Kaupo rancher.
The Filipino camp at Waiehu, which
has been quarantined for some time be
cause of smallpox, has been pronounced
clean by the sanitary inspector, and the
quarantine taken off."
The balance of the electric plant, ar
rived this week on the Mexican. The
only thing to do how to get the plant
installed. This the company is doing
with all possible speed.
There will be a meeting of the Maui
Athletic Association next Monday even
ine, at 7:30. A full attendance of mem
bers is requested, as business of impor
tance is to come before the meeting.
Invitations are out for a luau in honor
of George Groves, the retiring road over
seer of the Faia district. George has been
untiring in his efforts to keep his rofeds
up to standard and considering the
handicaps of a large territory to cover,
and a long rainy season he has succeeded
admirably. He deserves all that is com
ing to him. The luau is tonight.
Registered at the Maui Hotel: Theo
Bauman, Ben F. Vickers, A. J. Silva, M
S. Seves, M. A. Nicoll, T. W. Bell, Leon
Trobiner, Leon A Quonsan, J. J. Arm
strong, Jas. K. Cullen, Jr., Honolulu; V
A. Wilson. Harry Irwin, Hilo; Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Searle, Jr., Honolua; L
Vogel, San Franeisco.
A Japanese auto driver narrowly missed
running over a Portuguese child at Ka
hului last Sunday. The child ran out
directly in front of the car. The quick
action of the driver alone saved it, al
though in saving the child, he damaged
the auto considerably by hitting a tele
Mrs. F. S. Sprague and Mrs. Bryden
of Los Angeles, arrived this week, and
are the guests of the Clarks. . This is
their first visit to the islands, and they
are especially delighted with the climate
on Maui. Before coming to Maul, they
took a steamer trip to the leper settle
ment on Molokai. They will later go
over to view the volcano.
The Henry Perrine Baldwin memorial
window has been placed in the Makawao
Church. It is unusually beautiful in de
sign and represents "The Sower." The
window is tne gut to the church of Mrs.
H. P. Baldwin, and was selected by Mr.
Harry A. Baldwin. The color scheme
was worked up by Mr. R. E. Smith of
New York city, the buyer for Alexander
& Baldwin. The work was done in the
studios of Charles Hogeman.
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