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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui. Hawaii, as second-cUss matter
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MARCH 1, 1913.
NOW that the Floral Parade of Honolulu is all over, it will soon
be time for Maui to get rea ly for her great celebration of July
Fourth next. All Hawaii looks forward to the Maui races of
the Fourth, ar.d it is up to the citizens to see that our neighbors are
not disappointed. Maui is always alluded to as the most hospitable of
the islands, and we must keep up the record. The Maui Racing As
sociation will do its part of the work, and it is up to individual citizens
to boost by word of mouth and in letters to friends on the other is
lands We want a big crowd here on the Fourth and we are going to
get the crowd, too.
Maui is more in the limelight now than ever before. The news
papers of the territory are boosting Halcakala for all they are worth,
and the tourists are being told of the beauties of the Valley Island.
The rush has already started, and the special excursions to the House
of the Sun will soon have brought thousands of people to Maui. The
result to Maui and the territory at large can be nothing but good, and
the islands will get an enormous amount of advertising.
Mexico must be a nice place to keep away from. The sooner the
United States steps in and does the needful, the better it will be, in
the long run, for all concerned.
The Sunday trains on the Kahului system will enable many town
people who do not own automobiles, to get out in the country and get
a mouthful of fresh air.
The cut-throat war between the movie" shows will, doubtless fill
the houses for a while. A nickel tor five pictures pays well enough in
some parts of the world.
"The Peerless One" has at last landed a job.
late general election would have gone had W. J.
We wonder how the
Bryan run for the
Why not adopt another name for the big island of the group? One
island being called by the name of the whole territory mixes things up
The appointment of Colonel Goethals
pleasing to most people.
to the Wilson Cabinet, is
- A Pew Bargains In Good Cars.
Passengers, Stoddard-Dayton, A 1 condition $900
" Ford in good order -350
Overland Runabout, fine Cars 650
" Packard, a perfect Car 650
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The expert Auto repairing headquarters.
Sunday Train Schedule to Take Effect Sunday, Mar. 2, 1913
Leave Kahului 7.30 A. M. Leave Haiku 8:45 A. M.
Arrive Wailuku 7:40 " " Pauwela 8:50 "
Leave Wailuku 7.45 " " Uamakuapoko 8:57 "
" Kahului 7:55 " " Paia 9:05 "
" Camp One 8:07 " " Camp One 9:18 "
" Paia 8:20 " " Kahului 9:30 "
". Hamakuapoko 8:28 " Arrive Wailuku 9:40 "
" Pauwela 8:35 " .
Arrive Haiku 8:40 "
Leave Wailuku 12:30 P. M. Leave Haiku 1:30 P. M
" Kahului 12:40 " " Pauwela 1:35 "
" Camp One 12:52 " " Hamakuapoko 1:42 "
' Paia 1:05 " " Taia 1:50 "
" Hamakuapoko 1:13 " " Camp One 2:03 "
" Pauwela 1:20 " " Kahului 2:15 "
Arrive Haiku 1:25 " Arrive Wailuku 2:25 "
Leave Wailuku 4:00 " Leave Haiku 5:00 "
" Kahului 4:10 " " Pauwela ' 5:05 "
" Camp One 4:22 " " Hamakuapoko 5.12 "
" Paia 4:35 " " Paia 520 "
" Hamakuapoko 4:43 " " Camp One 5:33 "
" Pauwela 4:50 " " Kahului 5:45 "
Arrive Haiku 4:55 " Arrive Wailuku 5:55 "
Leave Wailuku 6:00 "
Arrive Kahului 6.10 "
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How Bridges Were Built
(Continued from rage 1.)
the other, have been in the employ
of the Hilo Railroad Co., or nt
Pearl Harbor on Federal ironwork
jobs: C. G. Sehuttle (foreman),
Rickloy, W. E, Ijw, Ed. Rau-
ninn, F. A. Miller, F. Swanson, O.
Kientz, C. Hansen, F. Hendricks,
Schirfler, Jas. Jennings and J.
The bridges that span Malikoand
Haiku gulches were designed by
Professor J. M. Young, of the 'Col
lege of Hawaii according to instruc
tions given by the Superintendent
of the Kahului Railroad, who de
termined the wind pressure neces
sary, the loads the bridges were to
carry, and the safety features
n connection with possible dc
railment. 1 lie steel work was
furnished under contract witl
Messrs. Hamilton & Chambers, of
Jew York. The same firm which
provided the steel for the bridges
on th Hilo Railroad system.
While it took sixty days to erect
the Maliko gulch bridge, the Haiku
one only took eight days. The
steel in the Haiku bridge weighs
256 tons, and the mas9 was handled
with great despatch.
The Maliko bridge was designed
to stand an enormous wind pressure,
and absolute safety was the first
consideration of the constructors-
While the deck of the Maiiko bridge
is 235 feet above the bed of the dry
creek at the bottom of the gulch,
the Haiku bridge is, comparatively
speaking, Mow," as its height is
just 125 foet above the gulch bed.
The remarkable absence of serious
accidents is noted in connection
with the bridge construction. No
ives were lost on the job, and that
is a source ol great satisfaction to
the people who are responsible.
Regular traffic over the whole
system of the Kahului railroad, in
eluding, of course, the Haiku ex
tension, begins today. Superin
tendent J. N. S. Williams, of the
Kahului Railroad, has brought to a
successful termination the work of
extending the company's lines.
The next move may be a still fur
ther extension beyond the present
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rlKlTir T1-.HMTOHY OK HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Kstateof ADONIS
K. STKNDER, late of Kahului, Maui,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A Document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of Adonis K. Stender,
late of Kahului, Maui, deceased, having
on the 25th day of February, A. D. 1913,
been presented to said Probate Court,
and a Petition for Probate thereof, pray
ing for the issuance of Letters Testament
ary to William A. McKay, having been
filed by Herminie Stender.
It is Ordered, that Wednesday, the
nd day of April, A.D. 1913, at 10 o'clock
A. M., of said daj-, at the Court Room
f said Court at Wailuku, Maui, be and
the same is hereby appointed the time
and place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
It is Further Ordered, That notice
thereof be given, by publication once a
week for three successive weeks in the
'Maui Nbws." a weekly newspaper,
printed and published in Wailuku, Maui,
the last publication to be not less than
ten days previous to the time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated Wailuku, Maui, February 27,
Circuit Court of the
Excursionists Visit Haiku
(Continued from Page I)
cut of 43 feet was found necessary
to carry the truin through on
satisfactory grade. There are many
fills on the road and some of them
are very high and long. Fortunate
y plenty of "filling" was obtained
from the many cuts along the road
and one trouble was thus obviaUd
After the Haiku bridge is passed,
the track runs through long cuts
till Pauwela is reached. Then the
line curves around and proceeds
direct to the Haiku cannery. It
was the intention of the engineers
to build a spur track to the -can
nery, and to continue the main line
in the direction jf Pauwela village
That was abandoned, however
when it was found that, in the
event of a still further extension of
the system, the easiest way to get
to the Haiku homesteaders would
be along a route above the cannery
That the extension to the home'
steads will come in the future, there
is no doubt, and there is a probabi
lity that the line will even run out
to where new lands are to be opened
in the new future.
The visitors who made the trip
on Monday were shown all over the
cannery, and every moment was
enjoyed. Luscious fruit was par
taken of, and all the machinery
was explained by the courteous em
ployeoa of the company.
The return trip was made in good
order and again were the tw
bridges inspected with interest
The neat depots along the line were
also much admired, and the up-to
date arrangements of the whole
system caused favorable comment.
The party arrived in Kahului
shortly before five o'clock and the
visitors, one and all, thanked Mr
Williams for the unexpected pleasan
outing. Tomorrow the general public
will have its first opportunity to pay
a visit to Maliko, Pauwela and Haiku
No one should miss the chance of
seeing the beauty spots of Central
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P. O. Box 35, Honolulu.
Judge of the
Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22.
EDMUND H. HART,
Court of the Second
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIKOUIT TERRITORV OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of MARY
A Document purporting to be the last
Will and Testament of Mary Sylva, de
ceased, late of Lahaina, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, having on the 27th
day of February 1913, been presented to
said Probate Court and a Petition for
Probate thereof, praying for the issuance
of Letters Testamentary to Mary Dunn
and Margaret Glenn, the executrices
named in said Will, having been filed by
the said Mary Dunn and Margaret Glenn,
It is Ordered that Saturday the 5th day
of April 1913, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the Court Room of said Court at
Lahaina, Island and County of Maui, be
and the same is hereby appointed the
time and place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 27, 1913.
By the Court:
EDMUND H. HART,
Mar-1, 8, 15, 22.
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