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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, May 18, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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TI1E MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
The citizens of liana are ngain
without wnter. The streams are
all dried up, anl many people nre
obliged to drink brackish water.
Large catches of fish have been
reported from many places. The
fishermen at Lahaina getting an
exceptionally large catch early this
Messrs. Copcland, Wells and Ray
mond, supervising principals from
Maui, were passengers on the Manna
Kea last night to attend the meet
ing in Honolulu. - -
Manoger Weirizeimer of the Pio
neer Mill Company went over to
Honolulu last Monday. He came
back on the Wilhelmina Thursday
evening, which stopped at Lahaina
In tint, him nahnrp-
The Paia Orpheum is putting on
a first class vaudeville show Tues
day and Wednesday evenings of
this week. The Italian Saxophone
quartet and the Waldstein trio, lw-
The Mac Walters quartet gave a
very enjoyable concert at the Wai
luku Orpheum last Saturday after
noon. The audience was quite large
for a matinee, and all thoroughly
appreciated the work of the artists.
Perhaps the one . which gave the
most pl asure to his hearers was
Mr. Thomas, the reader, and he
wan fiitflilv Amusing-in hi spWtinnH
The Puunene Athletic Club bowM
ing team will play their third match
with Kauai tonight. The Puunene
team consists of W. E. Bal, Jr., W.
S. Chillingworth, Frank Lufkin, C.
E. Meyers and E. E. Deinert.fEach
club has won a match, and this
will decide which has the better
team. It is probable the Wailuku
gymnasium team will challenge Ka
uai after tlfis match.
At a meeting of the vestry of the
Church of the Good Shepherd of the
Wailuku Protestant Espiscopal
Church, Messrs. J. N. S. Williams
and Ex II. Hart were elected dele
gates to the tenth annual convoca
tion to be held in Honolulu com
mencing on the 25th inst. If they
ojinrmt. nt.tpnH on nrvnnnt. nf nrpa-
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sure of business, the Rev. W . S.
Short, rector, was authorized to
nominate two alternates for appoint
ment by the Bishop of this mis
An instrumental and vocal con
cert will be given at the Orpheum,
Wailuku, next Tuesday night, the
proceeds are for the purpose of en
tertaining Bishop Willis in Hono
lulu whilst visiting these islands the
latter part of this month. There
will be solos ond reading by the
best talent on Maui. Mr. W. S.
Chillingworth and his instrumental
quintet, Wailuku Glee Club, Choir
of the Church of the Good Shepherd,
and four reels of New and Educa
tional Story Pictures.
Arrivals at the Maui Hotel were:
W. E. Thomas Boston; G. V. Tack
abury, R. R Zane, S. F.; A. E.
Schultz, Fullerton, Cal.: E. S.
Shepherd, Arthur L." Day, Wash
ington, D. C; Frank E. Evans,
Portland, Maine; Manuel Pacheco,
Hilo; J. Adam Oakes, Orange, N.
J., W. W. Taylor, Kipahulu; F.
W. Bums, Paia; Dr J. H. Ray
- mone,' Paul 0. Schmidt, W. W.
Harris, Geo. Carr, C. R. Collins, A.
Haneberg, D. L. Austin, H. C.
Rev. Frank S. Scudder of Hono
lulu will preach at the Kahului
Church, Sunday morning, and at
the Wailuku Union Church, Sunday
evening. He comes to Maui accora
panied by Mrs. Scudder, to attend
the organization of the Wailuku
Japanese Chur&h at 2:30 on Sun
day afternoons Others who will as
sist in that organization will b3
Revs. R. B. Dodge, agent of the
Hawaiian Board for Central Maui,
and L. B. Kaumeheiwa, pastor of
tu1 Kahumanu Church, also Hon
John V. Kalua, representing the
Committee of Nine of the Maui
"Of the military careers deriving
romantic interest from the wars
with Spain and. the Filipinos, that
of General Frederick Funston stands
easily first, savs a prominent re
viewer of "Memories of Two Wars"
that is in the Maui Library. The
book is a narrative of his personal
exDerience. and is written in a man
ner that will appeal especially to
lOVCIB Ul UUVUUtUlC UllU BMJIJCO Ul
hardsh'm crowned at last bv victory
and fortune. It mil orobablv be
granted, even by the author, that
I r cold-blooded, though not cruel,
trickery, as well as in its experiences
of desnerate hardshiDS and oersever-
ing pluck, this crowning adventure
of the Philippine war will not easily
bu surpassed by the story books in
which thrills abound.
The schooner Honoipu is loading
sugar at liana. She will take on
about 1000 tons of sugar.
Maui boys are making good on
their school nines in Honolulu.
Two of Treasurer Baldwin's boys
arem the Punahou team as is also
young Wadsworth. They arc lining
out the hits too.
The polo practice at Sunnyside is
becoming more strenuous each week.
Last Saturday afternoon the second
team put up a great fight, and made
the first team hustle all the time.
This afternoon they will go at it
Mrs. Wm. Mossman stepped
from a slowly moving auto at Ka
hului Monday evening. She was
thrown to the ground, and quite
severely shaken up. The doctors
do not anticipate any serious consequences.
The Baseball Season.
Baseball opened up last Sunday,
and a practice game was played in
Wailuku between the Stars and the
Kabul uis, and anotlTer game at
Paia between the Camp One team
nd the Paia second team.
The game at Wailuku was very
agged, and the boys showed plain
ly their long layoff during the win
ter months. The Kahului team
were unable to hit Bal to advantage
at any stage of the game, while the
slow twisters of Russell were knock
ed to all corners of the lot. The
veteran George Cummings, was not
in the Star line-up, and it looks as
though George was going to be con
tent to rest on the sidelines this
year. The passing of this player
from active wdrk on the diamond is
a genuine loss, because with him in
the game, things must go with a
snap. George was always full of
ginger on the ball field, and be was
a sterling player as well.
At Paia, the Camp One team de
feated the Paia' s by a score of 8 to 7
in a well played game.
, The Stars and the Paia first team
will play at Wailuku tomorrow,
and the up country aggregation are
reputed to be the real goods this
year. I lie game tomorrow will be
called at 3:30. ,
Opening New Theatre.
The new Puunene Theatre which
has been under construction for
some time, will be opened next
Thursday evening, with a first-class
vaudeville show. The new theatre
will be under the management of H.
B. Wcller, and he proposes to give
the patrons the best show obtain
able. The building at Puunene was
designed and built by Mr. C. E.
Savage, head carpenter for the H.
& S. Co., and reflects the well
known ability of Mr. Savage along
Besides the moving pictures
Thursday evening, Mr. Weller has
secured the Italian Saxophone quar
tet, which has had such a successful
run at the Bijou Theatre, in Hono
lulu, together with the" Waldstein
trio of fancy roller skaters. Wald
stein, Sr., is one of the oldest fancy
skaters in America, and executes
over 200 figures on the little wheels
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Notice op Drawing of Grand and
Notice is hereby given that the draw
ing of Grand and Trial Jurors to serve
and act as such during the June, 1912,
Term of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, will take
place in the Court Room of the said
Court, at Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, cn Tuesday,
the list day of May, A. D. 191a, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of said day.
S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec-
ond Circuit, T. H.
May 11, 18.
A Large Stock of
Such as Bushings, Caps, Couplings,
Crosses, Elbows, Floor Flanges, Lock
Nuts, Nipples, Plugs, Eeturn Bends,
Eeducers, Tees, Pipe Straps.
Etc., Etc., Etc. .
Kahului Railroad Co.