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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913.
some good speeches made, mid the
members, one and all, told of how
glad they were to welcome Mr.
lfalconer to the Lodge.
There was a good time at the
regular meeting of the Ancient
Order of Koresters last Thursday
night. 'Although no special features
were intended to be indulged in
there was real good impromptu
fun and merriment. The members
turned out in numbers and the
evening was one long joy-burst-
The local lodge took the oppor
tunity to greet Permanent Secre
tary Falconer, and he and Mr.
1'acheco, of Honolulu, were the
guests of honor. The distinguish
ed visitor had met most of the
Koresters at the luau last Wednes
day night, and it was good to see
how he remembered the faces and
names of his newly found friends.
During the evening there were
Bishop Niiptliull Luccock, D. D.,
I,. 1,. D., Bishop of the State of
Montana, and presiding at the Con
vention of Methodist Churches and
Mission, just closed in Honolulu, is
to preach at the Makawao Union
Church on Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, and at the Wailuku Union
Church on Sunday evening at 7:150
p tn. The Bishop is a well known
speaker and an eloquent preacher.
He will also deliver on Tuesday
evening a lecture for which no ad
mission will be charged on "Twen
tieth Century Ideals." This lecture
will be delivered at the Wailuku
Union Church. The hour will be
7:30 and the public is cordially in
vited to hear Bishop Luccock in bis
sermons and lecture on Maui.
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Wailuku is waking up as regards
sports of all sorts, and the way in
which the boys, youths and "old
boys" are getting into the various
games, is a treat to see. Anvonc
who was al the "T. 15. M.M even
ing last Wednesday must have en
joyed the Way that Wadsworth and
Lufkin joshed one another. The
two were full of fun, and it was a
treat to see the prominent business
men relaxing and having a good
old time, just as they used to when
they were hoys.
In Ad. Chislett, the Wailuku
community has gained a real live
wire, and he is a prime mover in
everything that leads to making
people enjoy themselves, after bus
iness hours. And when one re-'
members that most fellows have
nothinir to do but "sit around and
swap yarns and maybe add to their
weight by sipping beer, the thought
of a place where flabby muscles
can be exercised and ominuis re
duced, is a treat to conjure up.
The Kahului aquatic club will be
a beauty when organized. The
scheme to establish a br.athouse at
Kahului is an excellent one, and
the chance of getting down there
and having a swim every afternoon,
appeals to every one. A wrestling
mat should be provided, and then
we will see some wonderful stunts.
Hill Field is said to be a champion
at the mat game and a match may
be arranged in the future in order
to show what Bill can do.
What about some sort of 'a run
ning race to be pulled off on July
Fourth? It would be a good stunt
and could be managed so as not to
interfere with the horse races.
Tony Tavares is once more loc
ated on Maui. Tony is an ardent
baseball fan, and during the com
ing season he will surely be pres
ent at every game.
The Maui horse races on the
Fourth should attract a big crowd.
Ihe Racing association is on the job
this year, as usual, and the fact
that. Maui always pays all prizes in
full, should, attract the horse own
ers, and make them enter their nags
for the different events.
Tt is a wonder that tlierp is nnt
something doing in the way of
basketball. 1 he, game is a good
one and tj'ere used to be a fine
team here once upon a time.
On the evening of March 29. the
much talked of "Winter Garden"
will be held in the Town Hall,
Wailuku. The affair, which will
be a novelty for Maui, promises to
be a great success and, judging
from the preparations, the people
who are going to take part in the
show, will astonish the Wailukuans.
One of the star turns of the
evening will be the Harry Lander
stunt of W. Leslie West. Years
ago Mr. West was a prominent
amateur minstrel and he was also
noted for his sword dancing. West
as a bcQtsinan ' is alone worth
the price of admission;
I lie Italian' company that is
to take part in the performance has
been trained well, and the Jprin
cipals and chorus rehearse three
times a week.
Tlie children who are to take
P'irt in the show have been training
for a long tune past. I hey know
their parts and their turns will
surely bringdown the house."
1 ables will be scattered around
the hall, and good things to eat
will be in evidence.
Mrs. W. H. field has quite recovered
from her recent indisposition ami is nble
to get around again.
The theaters were well patronized dur
ing the week and the specinl attractions
from Honolulu drew good houses.
A Chinese who walked off with a plan
tation cane knife, was arrested last week
and fined five dollars by Judge McKay.
Hugh Howell is getting into shape to
handle the Kihei wharf proposition, and
lie is sure of finishing the job before or
on July 1.
Ilr. Cooke, the Artie explorer, present
ed Mrs. W. H. Welti with an authors
signed edition of his work on Polar ex
peditious. The Kahului Store is installing an
Auto filling Station from which filtered
gasoline may be obtained in auytpiautily
at a low rate.
Senator Penhallow makes a week end
trip to Wailuku every Saturday and re
turns to his legislative duties after a
short stay in town.
Richard Quititt, the United Stales en
gineer, was in Kahului this week. He
came to look over the work connected
with the Kahului breakwater extension.
Professor and Mrs, John H. Sinclair
are visiting their daughter Mrs. U. II.
Dotlge. Professor Sinclair has been a
professor in the Worcester Polytcchic
Institute for about forty years. In fact,
since the school was first founded he was
connected with the teaching force, and
lias been the professor of Mathematics
for many years. He has now the houora-'
ry title of Professor Emeritus ot the
George Davics, of Honolulu, made the
overland trip from Hana to Wailuku yes
terday. Louis Soares, of Wailuku is to catch
for the Saints against the Chinese, today
The Rev. H. 1 Jutld met with rather
a severe accident while on the island of
Kaboolawe last week. lie was thrown
from a mule that he was riding, and sus
tained injuries to his head and right arm.
Manager Weld, of the Maui Hotel, has
started work on the drainingof the block
of land on High Street. The new cot
tages that are to be erected on the land
will soon be started, and then Wailuku
will have more accommodation for tour
The-Board ol license Commissioners
sat this week, and they refused to allow
a couple of liquor business houses to
The legislative committee of the Maui
Chamber of Commerce met yesterday
afternoon, and several bills that are to
be introduced were discussed.
The Moose dance will be real thing in
The new store of the Maul Dry Goods
Company is rapidly approaching comple
tion, anil the structure, is beginning to
look like what it will be when finished.
The British shin 'Torilanhill will sail
'next week for Kauai and from that island
will proceed to Portland for a cargo of
lumber that will be taken to England.
T. I). Collins, of Honolulu, is expect
ed in Wailuku next Saturday. He will
lake up the position of assistant book
keeper at the Wailuku Sugar Company.
On Monday evening next there will be
a meeting of the sporting committee of
the 'T. 1!. M." club. A social is being
promoted and the details are to be
Anyone in need of a good Japanese
house girl or it garden boy should consult
Sakai, who is to be found at the Pioneer
Store. No charge is made for obtain
The Maui Hotel has been cra-J-Jor
some time past, and Host Weld is doing
some tall figuring as to the earliest dale
he can get startetl on the cottages he is
going to erect.
Captain O. J. Whitehead acted as pre
sident at Ihe meeting of the Ancient
Order of Poresters last Thursday night.
He met Mr. Palconer theguest of honor,
while on the mainland attending the
convention of the Poresters last year.
The men who are interested in the
proposed boatilig and aquatic club to be
established at Kahului, are working on
the proposition and trying togct alj the
people they can interested in the scheme.
Kxaminer of chauffeurs, Voeller, is
kept Jiusy attending to three districts.
He has. to keep on the 'move between
Uihaina, Makawao and Wailuku.
During the week n search has been
made by the police for an agetl Hawaiian
named Kaaumoauauui, who is said to be
70 years of age. The old man wandered
off just a week ago and fears for his
safety are felt.
Charles Hottel, representing the Von
Hamm Young Company automobile de
partment, has been in town for the past
two weeks. He has succeeded in placing
a couple of cars and etpecttf to tin still
The old Hawaiian who is reported us
being missing from Paia, is still undisco
vered,' He, sometime ago, was lost for
same days. It is feared that he has died
from rxposure, as he had spoken of
making 1ns way to a distant settlement.
A Koa Pulpit for the Church of the
Good Shepherd arrived on Tuesday's
steamer, and is being put in its place
this week. The Pulpit is s memorial to
the Rector's parents, and will adtl much
to the beauty of the interior of the little
W. M. Bellinger and wife are on Maui
this week. Mr. Bellinger represents
Watcrhouse anil tester of San Prancisco,
the big hardware dealers. Mrs. Bellin
ger has been in the islands before tlie
present trip. She has joined the "Come
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 Flerring
Clams, Oysters, Crabs, Shrimp, Lobster, Salmon
Tunny, Kippered Herring, Smoked Haddock
Sardines, Clam Chowder
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