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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
High School Entrance
Beginning at 9:00 A. M. on
Monday, June 17, 1912. there will
be held at the Wailuku Public
School building an examination for
all pupils of either public or private
schools who have completed the
work of the elementary schools and
may wish to enter higher institu
tions. Those who pass this exami
nation will be admitted to the pub
lic high-schools of the Territory.
Certificates will be granted to all
who pass, and these certificates
iiould be useful to those seeking
employment, even though they may
not desire to pursue their studies
further. The programme of exami
nations is given below:
Monday, June 17 Arithmetic,
9:00 to 10:30. Physiology and
Hygiene, 11:00 to 12:00. History,
12:30 to 2:00.
Tuesday, June 18 Grammar,
9:00 to 10:30. Algebra, (Notation
and simple equations only) 11:00
to 1:00. Composition, 12:30 to
Wednesday, June 19 Geography,
9:00 to 10:30. Punctuation and
Capitalization, 11:00 to 12:00.
Spelling, 12:30 to 1:00. Nature
Study, 1:00 to 2:00.
C. E. COPELANI),
Maui Racing Association.
A special meeting of the Maui
Racing Association was held on last
Tuesday night at which time a
number of new members were elect
ed to membership their names be
ing as follows: D. H. Case, Esq.,
Hon. William Henning, Messrs.
H. Gooding Field, William Chil-
lingworth, J. A. Aheong, and John
Medeiros. After the election the
matter of the reinstatement of Do
mingo Ferreira as a jockey on the
Maui race track came up and the
objection to any action being taken
was' so strong that the matter was
not given any consideration what
ever. It is quite evident that if
ever an attempt is made to again
take up the matter of his reinstate
. 4it)t that most of the substantial
members of the Association will re
sign rather than even consider such
Owing to the large attendance
that is expected at the races the
Executive Committee are instructed
to enlarge tile accommodation for
seating the visitors.
Death From Appendicitis.
Fred Loeie. time keener for the
Kahului railroad, died at the Malu
lani hospital, Monday evening, June
3rd. following an operation for
appendicitis. Mr. Logie was born
in Ayrshire, Scotland, and came to
the islands from Vancouver about
six months ago, and immediately
became connected with the railroad
He was well liked by both his em
ployers and fellow employees, as
was shown by the deep interest
taken by them during his illness
The sisters at the hospital also did
trferything in their power for the
young man, in their endeavor to
make him forget that he was far
fro m home and friends.
Enquiry For Missing Man.
An enquiry comes to the Maui
Lode of masons from the lodge at
Wyandotte, Michigan, making en
quiry for a man by the name of
Frank Anthony Crossen. He was
known to be in Honolulu in April,
und was suDDosed to have come to
Maui about May 1st, since which
time nothing has been heard from
him. He is five feet, five inches
in height, weighs about 175 lbs
complexion very dark. Appearance
French. Birthmark, right ear
scalloped. Any information regard
ing the missing man will be com
municated to his friends at once, if
Hugh McCubbin, of the Pioneer Mill
Company went to Honolulu on the Ki
tauea Thursday evening.
The democratic party left on the Mau
na Kea lust night for Honolulu. "Soap
box" Barron went along too.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin returned
home from Honolulu this morning. Mr.
Lufkin has just returned from the main
land. The commencement exercises of the
Lahainaluna school will be held June
aoth. The public is cordially invited to
Mr. R. B. Bond and Mr. Olson came
up on the l-'rye last Saturday morning.
They returned the same evening on the
H. Gooding Field left on the Mauna
Kea Wednesday for Hilo, where he takes
up the task of probing the business af
fairs of the big island.
Mrs. Paul Schmidt came over from
Honolulu Wednesday evening. She will
spend some time on Maui as the guest of
There will be a special meeting of
Lodge Maui, Saturday evening, June
l$th. First degree work. All visiting
masons cordially invited.
The Standing Committee of the Wai
luku Union Church met in the church
Thursday evening for the transaction
of routine business of the church.
At a meeting of the Maui Library
Committee last Tuesday afternoon at the
Library several of the most popular
novels were ordered. They are expected
this week Saturday, and will immediate
ly be put into circulation.
The first of two sugar scows planned
by Johu Hughes of Honolulu was success
fully lauuched at Kahului last Monday,
The scow has a capacity of 250 tons, aud
80 feet long. The ends'are decked
over. The second scow 01 tuts type will
be launched in a few days.
A new office of the Maui Aid Associa
tion is being built this next week makai
the William and Mary Alexander Par-
m . ...
sonage. The new building will be large
nough for a much needed commodious
office for the work of the association.
There will also be a minister's study and
The big steam shovel at the Maliko
gulch, has been temporary disabled. It
will be repaired shortly. About two day
more work will complete the work at
Maliko, after which the shovel will be
put to work on the grades of the railroad
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sparks leave next
week on the Wilhelmina for an extended
trip on the mainland. They will first go
direct to Baltimore, which was formerly
Mrs. .Sparks' home, and from there will
visit Philadelphia, Washington and
The annual picnic of the Chinese day
aud Sunday schools took place on the
morning of June nth. The baseball
ground was chosen for the sports which
consisted of baseball, base running, and
rope jumping. At 11:15 the school re
turned to the Chinese Church and feast
ed on ice cream and cake.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Wai
luku Union Church will meet at the Wai
hee Beach House, on Saturday, June 15.
Free transportation will be provided for
all members, and those to whom invita
tion has not yet been extended will
please ring up Mrs. B. Penhallow or Mrs.
D. H. Case.
Mrs. William Searby has presented the
Maui Library with -fwo popular new
novels, "The Grain of Dust," by David
Graham Philips, and "The Texican," by
Jane Coolitlge, and Mrs. Frank F. Bald
win has just presented "The Greeu
Vase," written by W. R. Castle, Jr.
This is one of the most popular books of
The youug son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Thompson of Puuuene has been very
sick at the Puunene Hospital with a bad
swelling on the neck. This was followed
by a severe case of dysentary, so that at
one time during tue past ween 10c
nnrses feared serious results. At the
same time Mrs. Thompson was ill with
bad cut on her foot, and was unable to be
about. At present, both mother and son
Arrivals Maui Hotel: R. L. Bluelt,
Oakland, Cal.; H. Glade, R. I. Lillie, S
G. Cohn, Geo. J. O'Neil, Geo. Calder,
Leon A. Quonsau, C. K. Cross, F. W,
Burns, Nelson B. Lansing, Ben F. Vick-
ers, W. u. rrauxun, caroiyn runups,
Miss T. Bidekoff, Dr. Chas. P. Darney,
M. Bernardt, L. L. McCaudless, G. K.
Keuwehaku, P. Hokii, C. F. Merrill, H.
Buscber, Miss A. Couch, J. H. McCon
key, W. F. McConkey, Mrs. B. Vickert
and daughter, Fred F. Lachs, Honolulu.
W. Henning, Lahaina.
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CARD OP THANKS.
The family of the late Dr. Weddlck
wishes to thank all the kind friends who
so generously seut flowers, and otherwise
showed their friendship in the hour of
Height 47 inches, consists of 11 bars
Top and bottom bars made of No. 9
Intermediate Bars made of No. 11
Stays made of No. 12 galvanized wire
Stays 12 inches apart
Comes in rolls of 20 rods (330 feet)
Weight per rod 9.8 lbs.
The price per roll, $7.00 f.o.b. ware
house Discount on quantity purchases
An Automatic Stretcher loaned to
erect the fence.
KLahului Railroad Co.
given to the Maui News.