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TIIE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
. Kahului Notes.
At the recent monthly meeting of
the Young Men's Club, the follow
ing officers were elected for the next
six months: President, Edmund I.
Kellet; Vice-President, Reginald J.
Melanphy; Secretary and Treasurer,
Ah una Waikoloa; Members of tht
Board of Managers, the above-mentioned
officers, with Messrs. John
Makahio, Henry Long, Rev. II. P.
Judd and C. II. Willard. The re
tiring president, Mr. R. S. Gray,
spoke of the work that had been
done during the last six months
and reported several improvements
that are being appreciated by the
members. Early in July the work
of transforming the gymnasium in
to a theater will be begun- Mr. H.
B. Weller will be the manager of
this new theater, but the club will
still have the use of the buildings
and the reading and pool room will
be open every evening for the bene
fit of the club.
Mr. William Walsh's new home
on the beach is being completed,
the exterior having already received
a coat of paint. Work on the in
terior will take several weeks more.
It will be a very attractive house
when it is finished.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. S. Williams
and son Roger returned from Hono
lulu on the Honolulan Friday niorn-
i&. Word has recently been re
C(i.-ed that Lowthian Williams of
K&iului stood first in his class in
th? Scientific School of Yale Uni
versity. This was for scholarship
during his first year. There are
more than four hundred in 'the
Freshman class, so this is a great
The Missourian arrived from Ho
nolulu Tuesday morning, and stay
ed in port until Thursday evening,
at which time she departed for
-Kaanapali. She carried away over
3,000 tons.of Central Maui sugar.
The Carrier Dove came in on
Sunday morning, after a slow pas
sage of 30 days from Puget Sound.
She brought in a large cargo of
lumber for the" railroad, over 1,000,
The William P. Frye is being
loaded with sugar and will not get
away from Kahului for another
Rev. H. P. Judd and family will
go to Honolulu next Tuesday. Mr,
Judd will return on June 29th, but
Mrs. Judd and son will stay some
Work on the second large scow is
beinK rushed forward rapidly. It
will be of the same dimensions as
the Kamehameha, the first scow.
Cleanup Day was observed in town
Thursday, but some rubbish re
mains to be destroyed.
Around West Hani.
On Sunday, the 16th, a party of
young people from Kahului made a
"long-distance" picnic to faraway
Honokohau. seventeen miles the
other side of Lahaina.
The party of eight divided itself.
into two parts, four going horseback
via Kahakuloa and the other four
motoring via Lahaina town.
At Honokohau for the return trip
an exchange of conveyances was
made so that on arrival at Kahului
"participant in the day's pleasures
had accomplished twenty miles on
horseback and forty-three in the
auto. A glorious time was reported.
In the party were Misses Aiken,
Mistier, D"vling and Soper, Dr. G
Aiken, Messrs. C. R. Williard,
Weymouth Roberts, and R. Melan
ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailukn, on the
uTnnii and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in'
vited to attend'
fl H. HANSEN, C. C.
ARTHUR BETTS, K. R. & S.
Joel Cohen came over with the Boston-
tans on Wednesday.
Mr. Stewart of the U. S. Geodedic
Survey department is on Maui.
Hans Gittle, of Hoffslager & Co., came
over on the Mauna Kea this week.
F. P. Baldwin was a returning passen
ger on the Honolulan Friday morning.
The entries for the Fourth oi July races
will close June s6th, at 5 p. m. W. F.
Attorneys Coke, Harrison and Murphy
were in attendance at the opening of the
Circuit Court at Lahaina Wednesday.
Messrs. Harold Rice and F. F. Bald
win have bought a ranch property at
Kahakuloa. Angus McPbee will be the
manager of the new ranch property.
Messrs. Silva and Murray, represent-
ng M Mclnerny Ltd., have been in
Wailuku this week, and will be at Pie-
per's hotel Paia next week Monday and
Messrs. Harold Rice, L. von Tempsky,.
McPhee and H. B. Weller were en
tertained by Manager Weinzeimer while
duty on the grand Jury at Lahaina
R. E. Bond, President of the Island
Investment company, came over on the
Mauna Kea Wednesday, to look over the
new electric plant. He was accompanied
by Mr. Knight.
Miss Aleza von Tempsky and her
brother arrived from San Francisco on
the Honolulan Friday morning. Mrs.
Dora von Tempsky was obliged to stop
over in Honolulu.
Victor Schoenburg takes hold of the
hotel proposition, as though he had been
in that business all his life. He is acting
anager of the Pioneer Hotel in George
The Juvenile Bostonians will play at
Puunene on Monday, and Paia, Wednes
day and Friday evenings. The plays
ill be staged with special scenery arriv
ing from Honolulu Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLeod of Kihei
were passengers on tne aimanaia last
week for Honolulu. They go back East,
and will spend most of their time at
their former home, Prince Edward Island
There will be a cantata and dance at
the Knights of Phythias hall Wednesday
evening, June 26, under the auspices of
the Catholic Ladies' Aid Society. This
entertainment is in aid of the new school
building, and should receive the support
of the community.
At Haiku on Sunday, the. 16th, the
Haiku cannery nine defeated the Maka-
wao club in a well contested baseball
game, 8 to 5. The playing was done on
the field opposite the cannery which has
been recently cleared of guava bushes by
the Haiku Fruit and Packing Co., for
the use of its employees.
Ward Wells of Oakland, and formerly
of Honolulu, son of C. B. Wells, former
manager 01 Wailuku plantation, was
married in San Rafael, June 7, to Msss
Lolita Crabb of Alameda. The young
folks were married in the Episcopal
Church of San Rafael. Mrs. Wells is
the daughter of Mrs. Helen A. Crabb of
Alameda and is just of age. Young Wells
is just tweuty-one.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of TAM
SING, late of Makawao, Maui, deceased
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Filing the Petitition
of Joseph Tarn Sing, of Makawao, Maui,
alleging that Tarn Sing, of Makawao,
Maui, died intestate at Makawao, Maui,
on the sth day of May, A. D. 1912, leav
ing property in the Terriiory of Hawaii
necessary to be administered upon, and
craving that Letters of Administration
issue to Joseph Tarn Sing: -
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 8tb
dav of Tulv. A. D. IQI2, at 10 o'clock A.
M., be and hereby is appointed for hear
ing said Petition in the Court Room at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why said
Petition should not be granted, and that
notice of this order shall be published
once a week for three successive weeks
in the Maui News, a weekly newspaper
printed and published in Wailuku, Maui.
Dated Wailuku, Maui, May 29, 1912.
(Sd) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
Attest: (Sd) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the 2nd Circuit.
June 1, 8, 15, 22, 1912.
Beginning July 1st
THE WAILUKU SHAVING PALACE
wilt be open from 7 a. in. to 9 p. m.
excepting Tuesday and Thursday when
we will close at 8 o'clock Saturday,
till 11 o'clock. Free shine with each
shave or haircut.
Ladies Massaging aud shampooing a
National Farm Fence
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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.
Kahului Railroad Co.