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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1912.
Alexander Hume Ford is to be
Congratulated on the September
ftuinbor of the Mid-Pacific maga
zine. 1 lie number is well written
knd beautifully illustrated. The
Iditor ha tlio happy faculty of get-
mg toother interesting articles
roin all the countries that border
n the Pacific Ocean. The conse
quence is that people who hail from
toiany different parts of the world,
can nearly always find something
Ibout their home, in the Mid-Pacific
In Maui Hotel.
People who think that Maui is
lot going ahead, should take a look
round and notice the new buildings
going up, and tho additions that
are being made to the old ones.
Vriting of the latter, - it may be
laid that there are many people on
,he island who do not know of the
site big addition to the Maui Hotel,
'he new structure is a great im
provement on the old place, and
he rooms both upstairs and down
itairs .are finely appointed. It is
he intention of Mr. Field to, some
lay in the future, pull down the
)resent main building, and continue
he ' annex" on the makai side.
Good on Maui.
According to Chief Inspector Tre-
Senen, of the Board of Health, the
eneral health conditions on Maui
re good. There have been one or
wo cases of fever, but the patients
lire now well again.
J The Inspector has caused many
Improvements to be made in the
own, and around the plantations.
jMore changes are planned, and the
icheme is to, gradually, place Maui
till further ahead of the other isl
ands, as regards sanitation.
Dr. Pratt, president of the Board
pf Health, may pay a flying visit
Eo Maui, in the near future.
n Wit I
Y. LESLIE WEST Of course I
understand what the "head" of
,.this column means. I studied
'jnany languages when a boy, and
fthey say I talked French when I
jWas a baby.
W. SEARBY Puunene did very
en in tne tennis tournament, and
he Honolulu players had to show
ood form in order to win. We all
re glad that the visitors had a
W. LOUGHER We all missed
. 6. Bockus last Saturday, and it
id not seem like the real thing
without Bock" running around
ijnd joshing everyone.
$ "BILL" FIELD Quite a large
number of people have visited Wai
luku lately, and they are all raving
Over the beauty of Iao Valley.
t JUDGE THAYER I am going
to bring my wife up to Wailuku for
a trip. The climate here is beauti
ful, and the cool breezes are a treat
after hot Honolulu.
MRS. TRIMBLE I hope to have
many changes made at the Wailuku
Hotel, and they will, of course, be
all for the better. Still, it is slow
work and takes time.
D. II. CASE There should be
some kind of an agricultural school
where bad boys could be sent to
learn to work. A farm on Molokai
or Lanai would be a good idea.
At the meeting of the Fifth Pre
l cinct Club, last night the following
' nominations were received:
' Chas. A. Bailey, Geo. II. Cuin
mings, P. Goodness, Chas. Lake,
H. B. Penhallow, Chas. Wilcox,
Moses Kauhiuial.u, Kailiehu, Geo.
Kaia, A. Garcia, Carl F. Rose, E.
. O. Born, David I. Kalakaua, Win.
' Kahalewailua, E. L. llalao, Manuel
Dutro, M. P. Waiwaiole, Joseph
'. Welch, Ant. Borba Jr., Joueph
I' Cockett, W. F. Crockett, Frank
ail nr. .
Soinnierteiu, mu. xvukouu.
W. Leslie West, W. T. Robinson,
V. K. Bal Sr., Jno. W. Kalua,
Chas. Wilcox, Geo. W. Maxwell,
Geo. H. Cummings.
- The Lyons divorce case has been
continued on account of the illness
of an important witness.
Antone Etrelia was sentenced to
nine months jail for horse stealing.
Antone appeared before Judge
Alexander Hume Jord spent a
few days in town this week. He
paid a visit to Puunene and had a
good time there.
Electors of the County should re
lnemlicr that at midnight, on Oct.
15, the county register will be closed
and remain closed till election.
A new loathouse for the Puunene
Boat Club is to be erected on the
!x;ach, near Spreckelsville. An up
to-datu structure will be built.
A party of young" ladies started
out for the summit of Haleakala
last Monday. The girls intend to
make a seven day trip of it and they
left prepared for all kinds of adven
tures. Professor Barios delivered a very
interesting lecture at the Orpheum
on Wednesday evening. The story
of the "White Plague" was told in
words, and with the aid of lantern
That the Paias have every confi
dence in themselves, is apparent
from the following letter, which
speaks for itself:
Paia, Maui, Aug. 23, 192.
To the Morning Star Base Ball
Inasmuch as the preselit league
season has not demonstrated which
is the better baseball team, yours
or the Paias, and inasmuch as the
openiug of schools will split up the
Paia team badly soon, many of
their boys being in attendance at
school, in Honolulu, and as the
public interest in these two teams
is very keen, many people are re
questing that .the two teams get to
gether again for a game like the
last two played between these
teams, it is' the sense of the Paia
Team . that they send you the fol
"We, the members of the Paia
Base Ball Team, challenge the
Morning Star Team of Wailuku
for a single game to be played on
the Wailuku grounds, any day
prior to Sept. 2nd, 1912, prefera
bly on a Sunday afternoon, as that
would make it possible for a great
er number of people to be in at
We feel reasonably certain that
the J. A. Club will be willing to
postpone their game scheduled for
the 25th to admit of the challenge
match to be played on that date, if
agreeable to you, and we ask a
very prompt reply, as the time for
arrangements if the game is to be
played on the 25th is very short.
John M. Medkiros,
The Stars promptly accepted
the challenge, and the game will
be played on Sunday. The "gate"
will go to the Duke Kananamoku
in the circuit court of the
second circuit territory of
At Chambers In" Probate.
Id the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE
KANIKAU, late of Kalaupapa, Molokai,
- Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On Readme and Filing the Petition of
J. Kanikau, of Ilalawa, Molokai, T. II.,
alleging that George Kanikau, ol Kalau
papa, Molokai, T. II., died intestate at
Kalaupapa, Molokai, on the 29th day of
April, A. D. 191a, leaving property with
in the jurisdiction of this Court necessary
to be administered upon, and praying
that Letters of Administration issue -to
said J. Kauikau, father of George Kani
It Is Ordered, that Monday, the 23rd
day of September, A. D. 191 2, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is appoint
ed for hearing said Petition in the Court
Room of this Court io-Wailuku, Countv
of Maui, at which time and place all per
son concerned may appear and show
cause, it any they have, why said Peti
tion should not be granted, and that
notice of this order shall be published
once a week lor three successive weeks
iu the Maui Nkws, a weekly newspaper
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pruiicu ttiiu jjuuuaucu in mm wanuicu.
Dated Wailuku, August 12, 1912.
(Sd. ) S. B. KINGSBURY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Circuit
Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept 7, 1912.
One Stenographer and Clerk
State references and salary requir
ed. Apply First National Bank of
Kahului Railroad Co,