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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1912.
Maui Ducats Kauai.
The bowling team representing
the Puunene Athletic Club pit it
all over the Kauai team in the third
and deciding match, between these
two teams. The first match of the
series was won by a good margin by
the Maui boys. The Kauai' won the
Becond match, and the Garden Isl
and flared forth with the news that
M;vui was dowd and out. However,
Maui simply presented the second
match to Kauai to give them a little
encouragement. The match last
Saturday evening was won by Maui
by 211 pins. Below is thev total, of
the Maui bowlers for five games:
Bal, 847; Deinert, 832; Meyers,
818;,Chillingworth, 798; Lufkin,
759; making a total of 4054, while
t& Kauai total was only 3843.
A match is to be rolled on the
Puunene alleys Monday evening,
which should prove interesting and
- "ovel. A team of five ladies have
challange five men Iwwlers belonging
to the club. The challenge has been
accepted, and the alleys should be
crowded when the match is rolled
off Monday evening. The ladies'
team is composed of the following:
Mrs. Deinert,' Mrs. Wetpoatt, Mrs.
Chillingworth, Miss Misener and
Sunday School Institutes.
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Case went to
Honolulu Tuesday, and returned
home this morning.
Chas. Wilcox, left for Honolulu
last, night. He sails on the Hono
lulan for the coast, thence to Chi
cago. - James O'Ncil, one of the inmate8
of the Fred Baldwin Memorial
Home, died the early part of the
E. R. Bevins, has been admitted
to practice law in the courts of Ha
waii, lie returned from Honolulu
Commissioner Aiken went to Ho
nolulu Tuesday evening. There
will be a meeting of the commis
. Mrs. J. J. Dowling of Honolulu
has been spending a few days in
Wailuku. She returned Tuesday
evening to Honolulu.
Josh Tucker is surely getting ac
quainted with his job. He was on
Maui again this week. Come often,
Mr. Tucker, we all like to see you.
Mr. C. K. Michener, sporting
Editor of the Advertiser is spending
a few days on Maui. Mr. Michener
says Wailuku is the prettiest town
in the territory.
Arrivals at Maui Hotel: J. D.
Tucker, Dr. J..H Raymond,. C. B.
Hall, Charles T. Lewis, Paul O.
Schmidt, Mrs. ! J. J. Dowling,
Honolulu; M. S. Pacheco, G. L.
Hadley, Hilo; A. Waal, Lahaina.
The Rev. Henry P. Judd, of Ka
hului, has recently takeu two trips
in the interests of Sunday School
Institutes. The first trip was to the
Kohala district, where he arrived
early last week Wednesday per
Mauna Kea. The opening institute
was in the Iole Church, of North
Kohala, on , Wednesday morning
and afternoon, May 15th. A large
number of teachers and christian
workers were gathered in the old
church for the meeting, and the two
topic discussed "The Teacher"
and "The Pupil' were the means
of arousing much interest. The con
dition of church work in North Ko
hala is most encouraging, and that
district is fortunate in having so
many loyal and active lay workers
who are promoting Sunday school
After a short stay with the editor
of the Midget, the flourishing little
paper that covers bo successfully the
news of the big island, Mr. Judd
drove up to Waimea and held an
institute on Thursday afternoon for
the teachers of that inland village.
The next morning he journeyed to
Kawaihae and conducted a meeting
for the christian workers of that
picturesque hamlet down by the sea.
A walk over to the old heiau called
Puukohola, famous for its size and
state of preservation, and a ramble
along the coast filled in the time
bofore the coming of the Mauna Kea.
Arriving at Kahului late Friday
night, Mr- Judd took the Mikahala
the next afternoon for Pukoo, in
company with the Rev. C G. Burn-
ham of Lahaina. They stayed at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.H. R. Hitch
cock, at ' Kaluoaha. On Sunday
morning Mr. Judd preached in the
old church of Kaluaaha, and in the
afternoon Mr. Burnham preached
at the Waialua church. On Monday
morning Waialua was revisited for
the purpose of holding a ministers'
school as well as an institute. There
was a large attendance at this all
Ay session, there being two minis
ifcers, eleven deacons and six Sunday
school teachers present, as well as a
number of others interested in
church work. Mr. Burnham gave
two lectures on the subject of "Sermon-making,"
and Mr, Judd gave
his institute work. The Waialua
people furnished lunch for the vis
itors from Halawa and Kaluaaha.
It was the express desire of all in
attendance- that this kind of meet
ing be repeated each quarter, and it
is likely that such will be -the case.
- Sometime in June institutes will
be held in Lahaina and Wailuku, as
well as in one or two places on
"Pop'' Simpson, who has been act
ing assistant manager of the Maui
Hotel for some months, leaves for
Hilo today. He goes to reopen the
Crater Hotel at the Volcano. "Pop"
has been very popular while here
and his many friends will miss him,
especially the crihbnge players.
The new telephone directory is
out. The company, are to be con
gratulated on their progressiveness.
With one jump they have taken
their company out of the ranks of
the little country exchange and
made it metropolitan. The new
metallic system is complete and
about the first of June, every thing
will be done by numbers.
The tennis tournament at Puu
nene has been creating quite a lot
of interest during the past week.
and some great tennis was the re
suit. One of the hottest matches of
the tournament was that between
Myers and Lindsay, in which Myers
won after a hard struggle. Only
three men are left in the tourna
ment. Myers, Savage and Rose
crans. Myers and Kosecrans play
Sunday afternoon, and the winner
will meet Savage. "
A few days ago the Rev. W.
Short received the following copy of
resolutions which at his request we
publish. Mr. Short's father died in
Florida, Feb. 12 of this year, aged
74 years; and the resolutions speak
for themselves of the high esteem in
which ho was held by his business
associates and friends.
BORN At Makawao, to Mr. and
At a meeting of the Hat Manu
facturer's Association of Danbury
and Bethel,' Conn., on March 11,
1912, the following resolutions rela
ting to the decease of Edwin Short
were unanimous adopted.
. Resolved, that in the death of
iUlwin bnort this Association is
keenly sensible of the loss of its
A pioneer in the hut industry of
this country, whose motives were
never questioned, and whose infl-
ence was always for the good. His
long and useful life-was not diverse
but was consistently directed to the
theory that honor in business and
cleanliness of character bring their
own reward. His perception of life
was clear, his judgment, Bound; his
Thoughtful persons will review
his long and steadfast career with
appreciation and profit.
Resolved, that this resolution be
spread upon the records of this As
sociation ; a copy thereof be trans
mitted to his widow, and the same
published in the public press.
JOHN II. BAIRD,
CHARLES A, MALLORY,
EUGENE C. DEMPSEY,
A Large Stock of
Such as Bushings, Caps, Couplings,
Crosses, Elbows, Floor Flanges, Lock
Nuts, Nipples, Plugs, Beturn Bends,
Beducers, Tees, Pipe Straps.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kahului Railroad Co,
Mrs. J. T. S. Ralston, a daughter.