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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
The people of Maui arc to he con
gratulated on having so broad
minded a man amongst them as the
Manager of the Oipheuin. Wuiluku,
proved himself to 1p. When Mr. V.
H. Engle told him that they want
ed to raise money for the howling
alleys- and that the MncWatter?
Male Quartette wits comin;; hi re,
he immediately gave them the use
'of the Orpheum. Now its up to
every man, woman and child on
Maui to buy a ticket and the Alex
ander House Bowling Alleys will
get the financial assistance they
need and the public will get the
benefit. The regular trains from
Paia, Camp 1 and Kahului will en
able everybody'to come to Wailuku
V' and take in the Double Header.
tMacWattera Male Quartett of Boston
in the afternoon and the Passion
Play at night with a full choir of
voices and Orchestral accompaniment.
If any one thinks the population
of Maui is not growing or there are
signs of race suicide,, they had bet
ter journey to Lahuina and inter
view Hugh McCubbin.and as McCub-
bin says they will have another guess
coming. But as usual Hugh is
happy, only more so, because last
Sunday morning his wife presented
him with twins," a boy and a girl.
We always thought McCubbin was
a full grown man, but Bince the
happy event, his size has incrensed
Akother happy individual is Geo.
Wilbur, head luna at the Wailuku
Sugar Co. George has been long
ing for a eon and heir these many
years, and Thursday morning Mrs.
Wilbur presented him with a 9'2
pound boy, his heart's desire.
Kahului Union Church.
The annual meeting of the Kahu
lui Union Church was held in the
church on Thursday evening, May
9th. The f auditorium had been
transformed into a parlor by substi
tuting easy chairs, tables and car
pets for the pews, and by the deco
rations of bamboo and flowers. The
meeting began with a devotional
service led by the pastor, Rev. II. P.
Judd. Then followed the various
reports from the treasurer, show
ing the healthy financial condition,
from the clerk, reporting the last
annual meeting, and the last month
ly meeting of the executive commit
tee of the church; from the pastor,
reviewing the work of the past year
and looking forward to the coming
year, f rom, .the treasurer of the Sun
day school, reporting a balance in
the treasury, and from the superin
tendent of the Sunday School, re
viewing what the school has done
during the past twelve months.
The election of officers resulted as
follows: New deacon, Mr. John
Kalino; Clerk, H. B. Weller; Treas
urer, Capt. E. II . Parker; Execu
tive Committee, the above officers
with Mr. E. J. Walker, Deaco the
Pastor, Messrs John Makahio, W.
S. Mountcastle and Levi Faufata.
The Sunday School Committee was
reelected and consists of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Walker and Mrs. J. J.
, fMtfhe matter of sending a delegate
to the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Evangelical Association at
Lihue, " Kauai, July 10-16 was
brought up by the pastor and after
discusifion it was voted to send Mr.
Jeremiah to represent the church at
the coming convention.
After tlue singing of the Doxology,
and prayw by the pastor, the busi
ness session was over and refresh
ments were then served by the
Ladies' Aid Society. During the
evening Mrs. Jennings gave several
recitations which were greatly en
joyed by everyone present.
There will be a gauieof baseball Sunday
afternoon, at three o'clock, at the VVai
luku baseball grounds, between the Stars
and the Kahuluis. An admission fee of
25 ceiitswill be charged. Ladies free.
I v Xocate I
The schooner Cecelia Sudden arrived
this week at Kahului, and has been up
at the Cluudine wharf unloading.
A. II. Stewart, who has been with the
Kahului railroad for some months, leaves
on the Lurline today for the coast.
Mrs. Helming accompanied the super
visor to Wailuku this week, where Mr.
Henuing is attending the meeting of the
Mrs. Gonzalres of Honolulu is visiting
her daughters here on Maui, Mrs. P. A.
Gorman of Kahului, and Mrs. C. A.
Beall of Puunene.
Mrs. C. M. Roberts went over to Ho
nolulu Tuesday on the Claudine, to spend
a couple of months with friends, in an
effort to recuperate.
The strenuous grinding season at the
Wailuku Mill came to an end Monday.
The season's output fell a little short of
the estimate this year.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its next
social meeting at the home of Mrs.
Chillingworth Wailuku, on Wednesday,
The large dredger to be used In dredg
ing the harbor at Kahului arrived the
early part of this week, and will soon be
set to work . This work of dredging will
take about six months.
Rev. R. B. Dodge will speak at the
Christian Endeavor meeting of the Kaa
humanu Church next Thursday evening.
Mr. Chas. Wilcox will interpret. There
will also be special music.
An infant Japanese by the name of
Matsumura was accidentally drowned in
Waikapu Friday afternoon. The child
crawled away from its mother, fell into
the pool, and before the mother could
get it out, was dead.
The Mauiiaolu Seminary people are
perfecting their plans for their annual
concert, which will be given on May
25th. These concerts at the seminary,
hae always been looked forward to
with pleasure, and this year, they are
trying to make it better than ever.
Mrs.Henry Smith .wife of the clerk of the
Supreme Court in Honolulu is preparing
to give a luau to Bishop Willis. A bene
fit will be given to aid this luau, in the
Wailuku Orpheum, on Tuesday evening,
May 2 1 st, at which the choir of the Kaa
humanu Church, and other local talent
will appear. The benefit is in charge of
Mr. Jas. N. K. Keola.
Ensign aud Mrs. Timmerman lft for
Honolulu by the Mauna Kea at Lahaina,
to attend the Officers Council conducted
by Col. French and Major Willis. Corps
Cadet McCann, who has been visiting
them for the past two months also re
turned wiili them to her home in Hono
lulu. Owing to the absence of the officers
there will be no meetings at the Salva
tion Army Hall on May 11th and 12th.
A championship bowling tournament
will soon be started at the Puunene
alleys, which should prove of more than
ordinary interest. A fine cup is being
put up by the club, aud it is proposed
that this cup shall be bowled for once a
year, and must be won two years in suc
cession to become the absolute property
of the wiener. . Those winning it once
will have their names engraved thereon.
There will be a thirty game handicap
bowling tournament started May 25th,
for the Wailuku Sugar Co.'s cup, pre
sented by H. B. Fenhallow. The tour
nament will continue till June 29th.
The entries are now open and will close
May 1 8th, in order that the committee
may have time to do the handicapping.
This tournament is open to all members
in good standing, aud those wishing to
enter, may hand their names to the
bowling committee or sign the entry list.
The case of Tarn Shu, for illegal liquor
selling was tried before Judge Goodness
at Makawao this week. The defendant
was acquitted. This is another side ol
the perjury case in which Lilia Paleka
was tried and convicted recently in the
Circuit Court. The evidence in both
cases was practically the same, but the
Makawao judge, decided this case in
direct opposition to the verdict rendered
by the jury in the Paleka case. The
grand jury may have something to say
about this matter at the next term.
Fred Butler and wife were the guests
of W. O. Aiken on a trip up Haleakala
this past week. Mr. Butler was singing
at Iahaina the latter part of the week,
conductirg services on Friday evening
aud on Sunday eveuing at the Lahaina-
luna school for boys. N He left on
Monday with Rev. R. B. Dodge and L.
B. Kaunieheiwa for East Maui. The
party started from Wailuku early on
Monday, holding their first services at
Keokea and Ulupalakua, then on Tues
day were present at the installation of
Rev. Louis Mitchell at the Kaupo church,
returning to Wailuku on Friday in time
so that (Mr. and Mrs. Butler look the
Mauna Kea for Honolulu. .
The Old Stand-by
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
A Large Stock of
Such as Bushings, Caps," Couplings,
Crosses, Elbows, Floor Flanges, Lock
Nuts, Nipples, Plugs, Return Bends,
Reducers, Tees, Pipe Straps.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kahului Railroad Co,