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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913.
That Wailuku is going into tli
tennis game at top speed, is evi
deut when the story is told that
two courts on the baseball park, are
to be soon in full swing. As soon
as a surveyor lays out the ground
two courts one grass and the other
earth will be built.
ra i ne sports association is going
ahead with the preliminary wprk
and the supervisors are said to be
in favor of doing the necessary
work on the public park. The
courts will be near the grandstand
and there is no doubt that before
long the tennis players of Paia
Puunene and Kahului will be seen
n action on the Wailuku courts.
Surveyor Myers is keen on ten
nis, and it is thought that he
will do the necessary work to en
able the cutting and filling to be
proceeded with at once.
There is no reason in the world
wny waiiuKU siiouid not Decome
the center of sports for Maui. We
nave the lacinties, and there are
plenty of young fellows who will go
in for any kind of clean amateur
sport. In a few weeks time Sunday
trains will be running from the
country districts to Wailuku, and
" that will enable athletes to come in
and have some tennis, baseball or
swimming on the Sabbath. The old
idea that young fellows should not
' play clean games and exercise them
selves in God's pure air, is past
notwithstanding the efforts of the
Wowser brigade. What could be
better for the young fellows and
the middle aged, for that matter-
than a good game of tennis or some
other sport; after church has been
Every indication points to a great
revival of nnis on Maui. The Ka
hului, Paia, Puunene and other
courts are in constant demand, and
it is felt that Wailuku should not be
behind. The story told on another
page of this paper, shows that there
is every probability of two fine
courts being constructed on the
baseball park. That is good news,
and if the ladies will only take an
interest in the scheme, the social
end of the matter will surely be a
When one remembers the trap
shooting that used to be the vogue
at Puunene and Wailuku some years
ago, one wonders what is the reason
of the stoppage of the sport. In the
old days there used to be many a
good shoot brought off near the
Puunene office, and the gunners of
those days were good, too. There
are still some of them on the island
kBilly Lougher. Wren Wescoatt,
S. Williams, 'McLeod and
vi?me others could surely get the
game going again.
It is strange that there is no soc
cer team on Maui at least one that
is heard of now and again. Hilo
has a fine team, and it took the
measure of the Honolulu bunch last
July Fourth. It should be easy to
get a team together here There
are many you"riK Scotsmen on Maui
and, as nearly every man from the
north of the Tweed plays soccer, a
good bunch should be got together.
Bowling is coming to the fore in
Wailuku, and the many lovers of
the game swear by the sport. Bowl
ing is good for the muscles, and the
tired business man can find no tat
ter exercise than that which is
necessary to do the "rolling."
Within a few months from
Jhe Maui oarsmen should be getting
into slow work again for the Sep
i.ast Minclay there was a great
time down on the Kahului tennis
club courts, and the match played
between the Puunene club and the
home team was only won by the
visitors by the narrow margin of
six games. The total scores, by
games, were: Puunene, 135, Ka
hului, 129. There was much
cheering when the result became
known, and the ladies present leant
a hand and a voice in the rooting
Eight teams aside were played
and the tournament lasted all day
The courts were in good order, and
both wTTJ "occuoied constantly
The weather was good for tennis
and the whole affair was most en
Luncheon was provided on the
ground .and the best of good things
were in order. After the feast
was partaken of there were signs
that the good kaukau had done its
work. Some of the players eased
up a little, but the majority seemed
to improve as the afternoon wore
The Kahului players are determ
med to have another go at the
Puunenes, and there is already
talk of another match in the near
future. The tennis spirit has taken
hold of the two clubs and the play
ers spend every possible moment
on the courts.
Germany has Gl wallpaper nianu-
A new roofing material is steel
coated with lead.
Next to cotton spinning, paper-
making is the greatest industry of
The world's production of rubber
next year is estimated at 91,000
tons, the demand at 103,000 tons.
The wallpaper industry in this
country is about 100 years old, but
the general use of wallpaper dates
Jamaica lias a great deal of valuable
wood in its interior, but the
streams are not large enough to
bring it to the coast.
In the production of rice and
coffee the United States ranks tenth,
compared with other countries of
The value of the total mineral
out-put of Alaska in 1911 is estim
ated at 620,370,000, compared with
$16,889,678 in 1910.
Japan is doing a great business
exporting cotton underclothing, an
industry which has sprung up in a
very short time.
Foot power is used to operate a
churn patented by a Kentuckian
and connected with it are fans to
keep the contents cool.
A photographers' tripod that folds
so compactly that it can be carried
in a case in a coat pocket is a novel
ty from France.
The steel entering into the manu
facture of automobile wheels during
ist year amounted to 15,000 tons
in this country alone.
An easily attached solid rubber
tiro to take the place of a punctured
one on an automobile in an emer
gency has been patented.
Diamonds are almost transparent
X-rays, while paste and other
nutation stones produce shadows
when photographed by the rays.
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With the arrival in New York of
Melvin A. Hall and his mother inn
weather beaten automobile, there
was completed a trip around the
world that stands without a parallel
in all the annals of motoring. The
distance traveled was cbse to 50,000
About eighteen months ngo, Mr
Hall shipped his Packard to South
ampton intending to tour Europe
for a few months and then returm
to America. Lured by the niyster
lous call of the Orient, the youtl
and his mother continued their
journey eastward and finally en
compassed the earth.
Few motorists cover Europe as
thoroughly as did these two cour.
ageous, travelers. They penetrated
the Swiss Alps, the Itnlian lake
region, Austrian Tyrol and the
Dolomites. Brittany, Hungary,
Denmark, Albania and the Balkan
Stales were covered in the same
waj . From Naples, the car was
shipped to Bombay. After the
Durbar it went North to Peshawar,
thence to Calcutta, Delhi, Ceylon,
Java, China, the Philippines, Japan,
ind back by way of San Francisco,
Los Angeles and the old Santa Fe
During this 50,000 miles journey,
the route led through many lujles
of country where a motor ear had
never before been seen. It traver
sed deserts where the heat was al
most unbearable, dense jungles
where travel was tedious and almost
impossible. New and extraordinary
conditions almost continually con
fronted young Hall and his mother
At no stage of the journey had
they a driver or mechanician, and
the only spare parts carried were
contained in a tool box ten inches
square and three inches deep.
Yes, Mother and I are both
happy to be here once more," said
Mr. Hall when he arrived at the
Packard branch in New York. "The
trip was begun, with no idea of ex
tending it beyond a summer tour in
Europe. The itinerary was develop
ed wholly as wo progressed. My
Packard, with 1200 pounds of equip
ment, has ploughed through path
less deserts under a Bcorching sun;
crawled up appalling grades in the
mountains with 27 inches of snow
over the Continental divide; fallen
through frail bridges, been towed
by water-buffalo through rivers so
deep that the cushions were soaked;
clogged with clay and mud; stood
day and night in the tropical down
pours; endured innumerable rough
andlings in loading and unloading
with inadequate ship's tackle. Only
infrequently has it found shelter in
the past year. We have used 117
tires, but there hus been no mecha
nical delay over the entire distance."
A Bath of Sentimentality.
OS John Grier Hibben. the new presi
dent of Princeton, a Peoria man said
the other day:
"Hibben has a very keen Intellect;
hence I'm not surprised at bis success.
Why, his fine, strong mind and his ha
tred of sentimentality and gush were
remarkable even In his boyhood here In
"I as a boy was rather a gusher my
self. I once went to a matinee with
Hibben. The play was one, of Daly's,
sentimental piece, and In the second
net I began to blubber. Miss Rohan
poke beautifully her silly, sentimental
lines, and big tears flowed one after
another from my eyes.
" 'Why, you're crying!' whispered
'Well,' said I, In a play as sad as
this I ain't ashamed to show a little
"'Feeling!' nibben looked at my
wet and teary cheeks. 'Oh,' he said.
feeling is all right, but you don't need
to wash your face in it "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate
'ETER JOSEPH, Deceased;
Notico is hereby given to all per
sons having, or claiming to have
claims against the estate of Peter
oseph, Deceased, who died at Pu-
thu, Kula, Island of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, to present their
claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage
upon real estate, to E. R. Bevins,
administrator of the said Estate of
Peter Joseph, deceased, at his place
of business nt Wailuku, Maui, Trr
ritory of Hawaii, within six months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice or within six months
from the day they fall due or they
will be forever barred.
Date of first publication, Febru
ary 1st, 1913.
E. It. BEVINS,
Administrator of the Estate o
Peter Joseph, Deceased.
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, Mai. 1.
Sealed Tenders will be received at the
office of the Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion, hi waiiuku, aihui, I. II. until lo
A. M. Saturday March 15, 1913, and then
opened for furnishing and laying a pipe'
line from the Eastern or maiika end of
the Government land called Kalamaula
to the Government School tank at Kau
nakakai, on the Island of Molokal
Coumy of Maui T. H.
Plans and specifications and other in
formation may be had upon application
to R. A. Wadsworth, Secretary of the
Maui Loan Fund Commission, at Wai
luku. A deposit of 5.00 will be required
for the safe return of plans and specifi
The right is reserved to reject any and
Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished by the Commission and must be
accompanied by a certified check amount
ing to not less than 5 of the amount of
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Secretary, Maui Loan Fund Commis
Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SECOND
In the Matter of the Estate of CHONG
FOOK, Late of Wailuku, Maui, De
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Administrator of the Es
tate of Chong Fook, late of Wailuku,
Maui, T. H., deceased, intestate.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
to present their claims against the Estate
of the said Chong Fook, deceased, dulv
authenticated whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, to the undersigned at
Wailuku, Maui, within six months from
the date hereof, or they will be forever
And all persons indebted to said Es
tate are hereby requested to make imme
diate paymeut to the undersigued.
JAMES R. LOVE,
Administrator of the Estate of Chong
Feb. 22, March 1, 8, 15.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Maui, will
hold a meeting in the public room
of the Masonic Temple, at Kahului,
on lhursday, the sixth dav of
March, 1913. at 10 a. m. to con
sider the application of The Kaupa-
kalua V ine & Liquor Company for
a First-Class License, Wholesale, to
sell intoxicating liquors in a two-
story frame building to be erected
on a lot on east side of government
road at bottom of Waikina Gulch,
Pauwela, Maui, mauka of concrete
bridge crossing the stream, under
the provisions of Act 119, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
February 8, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
missioners. Feb. 8, 15. 22, Mar. 1.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHT8
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
W. A. SPARKS, C. C.
A. MARTINSEN, K. R. & S
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. H. fy A. M
Slated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday nioht of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially- in
vited to attend.
W. V. WESCOATT, R. W. M.
C. E. COPELAND.
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