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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
On Wednesday last a party of
seven made the ascent of Haleakala
and included in the party were
Mr. and Mrs. Kemp," the noted
moving picture artists. The visitors
made the trip in comfort and met
with no accident at all.
A start was made at eleven
o'clock in the morning from the
Maui Hotel, and at half-past one
o'clock the party reached Idlewilde
eight miles from the summit. A
rest was then in order, and, later
on, the horses were mounted and
the trip along the trail was begun.
The day was a clear one, and the
travelers had a good time as they
slowly wended their way upward
lJ lilt 11UU3C Ul II1VJ lJUll.
The summit was reached before
dusk and the party soon was com
fortably settled in the shelter
house. The night was spent there
and in the morning the usual rush
for the edge of the huge crater was
made. The morning was a clear
one and not a cloud was to be seen
in the pit. The moving picture
machine was quickly brought into
play and, from half-past five in the
, morning till eight o'clock, Kemp
pumped away taking "movies" of
the interior of Haleakala. The
traveling man was very pleased
with the scene and he thinks that
the filmsv when de,eloped, will
make a fine picture.
1 he air was so clear that the
tourists could see the other islands
of the j;roup very clearly. The ab
sence of the clouds was, in a
way lucky but, to Kemp, it meant
somewhat of a disappointment. He
had hoped to get a film showing
the sea of clouds i oiling out
through the gap in the side'of the
grim mountain. Kemp also had
hoped to see the cloud sea that, at
times, fills the huge crater. How
ever, the pictures that he took will
show every detail of the crater and
will, doubtless cause a. sensation
The party returned to Wailuku
in safety and one and all declared
that the trip was a delightful one.
.Those making the trip were: Mr.
and Mrs. Kemp, Miss Benedict,
Miss Aiusworth, Mr. Duval, Dr.
Banning and J. II . Ashdowu.
One of the old identities passed F. G. Correa, of Makawao,
awny last Monday when Mrs. Kea- seems to be playing in bad luck
no Manukcokco joined the silent now-a-days and, what with having
mninritv. Tho old hldy was 77 his fences torn clown and his cattle
years of ago at the time of her death impounded, he appears to be hav
and, prior to her last illness, had ing a bad time altogether.
never been ill a day. Mrs. Manu- The story as regards the pulling,
keokco died at the Malulani IIospi- or chopping down ot tences, was
lal, whence she had been removed related at the Makawao police
as soon as it was seen that her time court yesterday. It appears that
lind rnnm. Mr. V. II. Field, of some time ago Correa had several
whom the deceased was tho aunt, surveys made of his boundary
spent many hours by the bedside of lines. He alleges that the survey
the old lady. ors found that his boundary fences
The deceased was tho widow of were not correct, and that about
Manukcokco who, for thirty-two fifteen acres more land should be
years, was jailor at Wailuku. She enclosed within his fences. Correa,
was a prominent member of the therefore, got busy and started
Nawai Eha Society and numbered the job of putting the tences wliere
nmrm.r l.nr frirmds ex-Ouecn Liliu- they should be. Then the music
okalani. from whom she received, began and David K. Kapiioho is
from time to time, letters concern- alleged to have got mad. At any
inn old tho times of the Monarchy, rate, the fence erected by Correa
The funeral was held on Tuesday was chopped down. The sequel
afternoon and it was largely attend- was that Correa's cattle wandered
1. Tho Nawai Eha society mem- across the unprotected boundary
bors turned out in numbers, and
tho service at the grave was impres
sive. Tl'ie pall bearers were: L. M.
Baldwin. Charles Wilcox, J. N. K.
Keola, Captain W. E. Bal, M.
Waiwaiole and1 W. B. Kcanu.
line, and were at once impounded
Correa's next step was to engage
attorneys and fight the charges
made for impounding the cattle
D. H. Case and Knos Vincent ap
peared in court for Correa, and the
case was threshed out at length
The decision of Judge Goodness
was that the cattle had been legally
nounded. and that Correa would
have to pay the poundage claims.
The attorneys for the defendant
have annealed the case on the
. , , . , .... . . " grounds that the records of the
points, the Kahului billiard players b , t . ..
pound are not kept according
on Thursday evening, defeated the
Wailuku cue artists in the long
struggle to attain 1,000 points
first. The tournament has been go.
ing on for weeks and, up till ten
days or so ago, it was anybody's
match. The Kahuluis. however.
got a fast go on and, in the iast the subject.
few games, obtained a lead that the D. II. CASE Thatissotnopapaia
Wailukus could not cut down The that 1 raised on my lot. It weighs
C. D. LUFKIN All those people
who are interested in aquatic sports
should get in touch with the com
mittce and tell their ideas on
The Wailuku fire laddies gave n good
exhibition on Washington's Birthday,
and there was a fine turn out of the men.
pay Ten cents a Quart
At the Wharf hi Ilono-
1Io.noi.ulu Jam & Chutnkv Factory
Kahuluis made 1,000 points, while
the Wailukus piled up 918.
The greatest interest has been
taken in the tournament and every
Thursday evening a large, crowd
has attended to see the matches.
There are still some Wailuku fans
who declare that their men should
have won in the long run.
The Kahuluis will go up against
the Puunenes for the billiard cham
pionship of Maui. The Wailukus,
although defeated in the 1,000
point tournament, intend to have
another go at the Kahuluis as soon
as that team gets through with the
match against Puunene.
thirteen pounds and
think it is a squash.
W. J. Coclho was In town during the
week, lie cnine up to attend to some
The Woman's Guild of the Clinch of
the Good Shepherd will hold n social
meeting with Mrs. Kingsbury Wailuku,
on Tuesday March 4, 2:30 I'. M.
The passengers by the Claudinc, arriv
ing last Tuesday morning, all declare
that the trip was a fierce one, and that
the sea was as rough as the Atlantic
Ocean can be at times.
Ii. R. Hevius won his case from plan-
tiff Wong Young, who sued him for $300
damages. The case was tried before
Judge McKay. II. C. Mobsman, coun
sel for the defense, has noted an appeal.
On March 8 there will be a demonstra
tion of the perfect shortening that house
wives can do with Califenc. The lady
who will give the exhibition, will instruct
those interested, in tile methods of cook
ing with Califene.
The Maui Publishing Company -has
received from the mainland a power cut
ter which will replacetheoldhatid cutter
that has been in use for years. Kven
better work than usual will now be turn
ed out from the company's plant.
Miss Ruth Aiusworth, of Alexander
& Daldwin, accompanied by Miss Jessica
Benedict of the promotion committee
staff, were visitors to Wailuku during
week. They made the Haleakala trip in
company with.Mr. and Mrs. Kemp.
K.A.Krune, whose car was mixed up in
the auto accident at lao, is going to pay
for the damage done the other car
through the smash. Tills is thought to
be a generous act of Mr. Ilrune, ns the
amount for repairs is estimated to be
about one hundred dollars.
The Honolulan arrived fron the Coast
and Honolulu yesterday. She brought
a large cargo of general merchandise
and some fruit and vegetables.
The Orphcum Theater is now getting
its electric light from a dynamo which is
located at the rear of the theater. The
local electric company notified manager
Hart that he would have to discontinue
carrying "juice" from the lao stables,
as tlie wires ran along a thoroughfare.
Harry Armitagc. H. Cushman Carter
Snmuel A. Walker.
Harry Arniitage S: Co.,
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock, and Bond
P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2101.
Cable and Wireless Address:
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mporters & Dealers
WHOLESALE " RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom. Manager.
88 King Street, Honolulu.
Latest Hawaiian Records.
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machinos, Primatono and
Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
The Grand Jury meets next week and
there are many' matters for investigation.
Many prominent Wailukans have left
town and some have gone to the mainland.
G. W. Steele, of Hamakuapoko, was
registered at the Maui Hotel during the
Mrs. H. W. Field, who has been under
the weather for some days, is spending
a week or so at the beach.
The new boathouse and club that is to
Methodists pastor and preachers be started at Kahului will give many a
will be on Maui with Rev.John M. tired business man a chance to have a
Wadman on the 9th of March. The dip after work.
Bishop will preach at the Makawao The masnuerade ball of the Moose will
UlllOll Church Oil the morning of be riven on the eveninir of March IS.
that date and, in the evening he an,i jt promises to be the best dance held
will preach at the Wailuku Union -m Wailuku for years.
On Tuesday evening at 7:30 the ast bay. at Kak'P valley, Miss
Billion will WtnrP nr H,r Wnil.,1-,, Margaret Anderson was united in marn-
Union Church 011 "Twentieth Ceil- "K ""ums, me i.ev,
tnrv Trfpnls." TTi i n vrv wii R. B. Dodge officiated.
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known lecturer, and the people of Engineer Peacock and his wife return-
Maill Will be fortunate 111 having ed from Honolulu on Tuesday last. They
this chance to hear the Bishop. The took in the Floral parade and thought
lecture will be free to all. everything was lovely.
The music in the Wailuku Union Cw;r r n -.m .
Bishop Naptali Luccock, D. D,
L. L. D., one of the best known
Many of our customers will want Fresh and Salt Fish. We have
arranged to have
Fresh Salmon, Halibut and Sole
From the Coast February 22 and 28, March 14, 18 and 27
As quantities ordered are limited, you should
place your order early
Our Salt Fish Consists of
Mackerel, Bloaters, Anchovis, Salmon Bellies
Tongues and Sounds, Black Cod Fish
Norway Fish Balls,. Salt Herring
v Bismarck Herring
Churce tomorrow evening will be
as follows: The Lord Is My
Shepherd," by Concane.' The solo
by Mrs. L,. C. Jones will be How
ell's ' By the Waters of Babylon.
Lahaina during the week. The Filipino
problem is being worker on, and a gener
al cleaning up of Maui may result.
County Attorney Case has a giant pa-
paia on exhibition in the window of the
People's store. The big fruit weighs 13
pounds and it is a curious freak.
J. H. Ashdown and Dr. CP. Banning,
of Winniepeg, Canada, were visitors to
Wajluku last week. They went with the
Kemp party to the summit of Haleakala.
The road from Kalepolepo to Puhau
was flooded by the heavy rains that re
cently fell in the Kula hills, and the
consequence was that traveling was o
J. Garcia, of the First National Hank
of Wailuku, had a good time in Hono
lulu, although he wasdisappointedin not
getting a game of ball against the All
The two moving picture shows have
reduced their prices, and there is talk of
a bonus being given every person attend
ing the shows. That is probably i
Clams, Oysters, Crabs, Shrimp, Lobster, Salmon
Tunny, Kippered Herring, Smoked Haddock
Sardines, Clam Chowder