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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1912.
Pumping Tires Hard
It is a mistaken idea,"'
Percy W. Treat, president and 'man
ager of the Jerome Oarage, to
pump tires hard." It is all right
to pump them up when new to the
pressure advised by the manufactur
ers and to fill them ns often as'
can up to this pressure until the
tires have been run say loOOtopJOO
. miles. But after that a blowout is
less likely if you are careful to fill
thorn five pounds less until they
have run 2500 or 3000 miles, .and
then five pounds less up to 4500,
then run them up to 5500 with 65
pounds in a 34x4 tire, after that
reduce with 55 pounds and then60
and finally to 45. r
Try to remember if during the
first 1500 miles you have run them
at all soft, that you (should never
again fill them to the makers' indi
cated pressure, for they will soon
blow out. The fabric has become
broken by running soft and will not
stand much pressure.
"If the fabric is broken at all, be
very particular and do not blow the
tire up above the low pressure you
intend to put in it. For if you do
and then let some air out, the tube
will probably lie pinched in the
"As the tire is run longer con
tinue reducing the pressure until
you run the lust 1000 miles with
only 40 to 45 pounds in a 34x4
casing, for instance."
Maui vs. Honolulu.
Arrangements are practically
complete for the games to be played
between the All-Maui team and the
special Honolulu team. The team
to come from Honolulu has been
announced, and they will arrive on
Maui on the morning of the 3rd of
July. A game will be played at the
Wailuku grounds at 3 : 30 Wednes
day July 3rd, between a picked
Maui nine and the visitors. Maui
will have the best players to re
present her, and a string of three or
four pitchers. Dunn, Robinson,
Meyer and Bal are all slated to do
The big game on July 4th will be
pluyed at the Kahujui grounds if
the grounds are completed by that
time, otherwise, it will be played at
Wailuku. Announcement of the
time and place will be made at the
Race Track. It is quite likely that
the races will be over in time to
allow everybody to attend the
The Maui Athletic Association
will bold a meeting to attend to de
tails of the games. '
Automobile space will probably
be sold for the day, to help defray
the expenses, which this year is
much larger than usual ' The Maui
team has been outfitted with new
uniforms. The colors are navy
blue and gold, and the boys are
going to make a very neat appear
ance. Maui Fans bring your colors
Books For the
For the benefit of teachers plan
ning to attend the Summer school
to be held at the Honolulu Normal
and Training school, July 8-31, the
list of books to Ixj used as references
in the classes are named below
All of these books are in use in the
public schools of the Territory and
this list is published in order that
teachers who have these books may
bring them ami not be compelled to
English Swinton's G ram mar
and Composition, Sketch Book, Vi
sion of Sir Launfal, Lady of the
History History of the United
States and Its People Eggleston;
General History Meyers.
Geography N a t u r a 1 Advanced
Geography, or Red way & Hininan,
or Frye's Complete Geography, or
Tarr & McMurry's Advanced Geo
Arithmetic Wentworth's Practi-
The Second Circuit Court is still In
session at Lahaina.
The Wailuku Sugar Company is giving
a big dance in the sugar room on July
The Tacific Commercial Advertiser has
been donated to the free reading room
at Alexander Settlement House.
The schooner A. F. Coates arrived at
Kahului irotn Port Townsend on June
25th. She came down in twenty days.
F P. Rosecrans and Mrs. Rosecrans
went to Honolulu last week, to be pre
sent at the graduation exercises at Puna-
John Costa of Lahaina had his leg
broken Thursday, while cranking Philip
Espinda's auto. He was taken to the
The Commuion Service will be cele
brated at .the Wailuku Union Church
Sunday evening. New members will be
Judge Kingsbury had a number of his
Wailuku friends over to Lahaina last
Sunday, where they spent the day very
Eddie Walsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Walsh, arrived home on the Claudine
this morning. He came from the coast
on the Lurline.
Miss Carrie Scholtz, Miss Lucy Rich
ardson, Miss Mary Hoffman, and Alfred
Martinsen will sail on the next Ventura
for the mainland.
Miss Garnie Rosecrans, Edith L. Bald
win, and Edith D. Keola were the three
Maui girls who were in the graduating
class at Funahou this year. ,
Rev. H. P. Judd aud Mrs. Judd went
to Honolulu last week. Mrs. Judd wilj
remain in Honolulu for some weeks.
Mr. Judd returned this morning.
An eleven foot whale was washed up
on the beach at Kihei this week. It is
thought two of the monsters had been
fighting, and one of them got in over the
Lorriu Smith, aud Mrs. Smith came up
on the Mauna Koa Wednesday. Lorrin
is now in the employ of the Von Hamm
Young Co., and is here in the interests of
Messrs. Silva and Murray wish to
thank the people of Maui for their liberal
patronage during the past two weeks.
They left on the Mauna Kea for Hono
lulu last night.
The following new fiction has been re
ceived by the Maui Library, The Fight-
ingDoctor, Fran, The Man in Lonely
Land, Mary Cary, On the Branch, Polly-
ooly, and The Green Vase.
Dr. George Aiken left last Saturday
on the Honolulan for the mairland. He
expects to be away for some months. He
will try to get someone to come to Maui
aud attend to his dental work in his absence.
Arrivals at the Maui Hotel: L. D.Gregg
Leon A. Quonsau, E. G. Bartlett, A. II.
Hauna, J. II. Craig aud daughter, Lorriu
K. Smith and wife, Robert E. Bond, L.
F. Jones, Honolulu; C. B. Gage, C. A.
Buchelder, S. F., G. L. Hadley, John
Maui Library has completed its first
six months of existence. The time has
come to pay dues for the second six
months. New books will be purchased
as fast as dues are received. The book
coma ittee request members to send in
lists of books they wish to read.
A party consisting of Miss Phoebe Par
ker, Miss Annie Wodehouse, Miss Helen
Smith, Miss Grace Gilmore, L. von
Tempsky, C. E. Meyers and F. A. Luf-
kin spent two days this week in the
crater of Haleakala. While in the crater
they met another party under the leader
ship of Mr. W. F. Pogue. .
Mrs. II. M. Wells has given a generous
donation to the Maui Library, such books
us the following being included: "To
Have and to Hold," aud "Prisoners of
Hope," by Mary Johnston; "Marcella,"
by Mrs. Humphry Ward; "Vanity Fair,"
by Thackeray; "The False Gods," by G.
H. Loriuier; "Nutural Law in the Spirit
ual World," by Henry Drummoud; "All
Sorts and Conditions of Men," by Bea-
sant aud Rice; a number of valuable
works on Kindergarten methods and
various other volumes.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late Mrs.Kaia wishes
to thank the friends for their many kind
nesses in their recent bereavement.
Physiology S in i t h ' a II u in an
Body; Good Health Gulick.
All those used in the primary
grades and also the following:
English K ingL ear, Julius
Mathematics Wentworth's Ele
mentary Algebra; Wentworth's
National Farm Fence
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, 87.00 f.o.b. ware
house Discount on quantity purchases
An Automatic Stretcher loaned to
erect the fence.
Kahului Railroad Co.