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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913.
Tliero is a ronl live bunch of
sports interested in the doinys of
the "T. 11. M." elub, and lust
Wednesday evening there was tv
good turn-out of those win keep the
concern going. In fact it was the
lamest gathering in the history of
The fun started when two teams,
christened "The Gents" and "The
Others," by Ad. Chislett, got going
at howling. The first two goes re
sulted in ties, and then the deciding
frame was won by the "Gents."
The , teams were: No. 1 C. D.
Lufkin, J. Doig and Ad. Chislett.
No. 2 Dr. Kussell, John Nelson
and C. T. Bailey. The work of all
the players was much applauded by
ii number of ladies who were
Some basketball was indulged in
and the sport is taking hold in Wni
luku. Some of the players are do
ing great work and they are im
proving all the time.
The medicine ball was thrown
around also and Jack Walsh, of Ka
hului, is a champion at the stunt.
He can boost the twelve pound ball
from one end of the hall to the
Boxing is coming into favor and
on Wednesday evening 11. A. Wads
worth, the popular Wailukan, took
on John Nelson, equally as well
liked, in a go that teemed with in
terest and stoush. 11. A- W. show
ed up in great form and Nelson had
to keep his eyes open. lie never
knew when the gloves would be re
moved and thrown at him. The
stunt was a good one and the crowd
enjoyed the fun and joshing. The
"T. 13. M." club is as the rural
newspapers say "filling a long felt
Work is progressing on the found
ations of the public school building,
the theater and the armory. The
carpenters are busy on th new
wireless o(liee, and also the dining
hall at Lahainaluna.
Eastertide was duly observed at
the churches, there were large at
tendances, good sermons, good music,
lloral decorations and generous con
There is another Buddhist temple,
at the north end of the town.
Construction work on the new
theater being erected by Geo. Free
land, was commenced Tuesday.
The theater is located on the lot
adjoining the Pioneer Hotel pro
perty and when completed will be
a handsome and commodious struc
ture. It is the intention of the
proprietor to open the house on
Work is progressing rapidly on
the electric system. Poies are al
ready placed and wires strung, and
it is hoped that the plant will be in
operation by June 1st.
The L,ahaiua Store is considering
the erection of a large store build
ing on Main street. The present
quarters are entirely too small for
the rapidly increasing business.
Concrete bridges are being built
on the Lahaina-Wailuku road and
they are a great improvement over
the old wooden bridges. Five of
the bridges are already completed
and the sixth is well underway.
The ship Sailor Boy from Hilo to
Honolulu spent most of Tuesday
"De World Am Moovin' Ahead Indeed"
Convince yourself of the fact, by ex
amining the latest improved 1918, MIGHTY
MICHIGAN FORTY. The first Car of that
world famous make recently arrived on
MAUI NO KA 01
negotiating the passage between
the islands of Maui and Uanai.
F Sonnuerfeld, the new liquor
inspector spent a few hours in La
liaina last Tuesday.
The Itonohil.-m came in on Tlinrsday
morning mid got away the same evening
The ninny frietuls of Mrs. J. H. Thomp
son, of l'luinene, gave her n delightful
surprise party last week.
R. A. Wadsworth paid n hurried visit
to Honolulu during the week in order to
sse his son, who is reported to be ill.
The Kastcr Services at all the churches
were well attended, and the sermons
preached were appropriate to the day.
Johu A. Palmer is once more in town
looking over the property owned by
people, and sizing up its value for the
The town has been lively during the
week and the many jurors from the
ocuntry districts have made the place
The "Winter Gaiden" drew a huge
crowd last night and the amateurs did
good work. The performance will be
repeated this evening.
Charles Chillingworth, of Honolulu,
was in Lahaina during the week. He
paid a Hying visit to Ianai and then
visited the ancient capital.
A portion of the fence around the Ka
hului lacetrack has fallen down, and the
sooner some repair work is done the bet
ter some people will be pleased.
The Pirst National Hank of Wailuku
will have new furniture and fixtures be
fore long. The office will be large and
airy when the addition is completed.
George Duncan, chief engineer of Olaa
Mill, has been in Wailuku for some days.
He cauie over to enjoy the breezes of
Maui, and the recover from a rather seri
The new store of the Maui Dry Goods
Company is assuming a finished shape,
and it will not be long now till the man
agement invite the general public to a
big opening celebration.
Word has been received that the dredg
ing of Kahului Harbor can be finished
within sixty days of the date of starting.
This will enable the job to be completed
before the bad weather comes on.
There has been much delay in the
finishing of the addition to the Pirst
National Hank of Wailuku. The neces
sary materials from Honolulu has not
arrived on time and thus the delay was
J. C. Sims, who was in Wailuku during
the week, paid a long visit to the Panama
Canal Zone last year. He told the mem
bers of the Maui Chamber of Commerce
about some of the work on the big job.
The Ladies Aid Society of Kahului,
will give a Benefit Night for the Kahului
Kindergarten, on Friday evening, April
4, in the Kahului Lyceum. There will
be dancing after the moving pictures and
the ladies will serve refreshments.
D. II. Case received a wireless on
Thursday ufternoon, from II. II. Peuhal
low. The message said that the legisla
tors are not coming to Maui this week.
However, by the timethismeetsthe eyes
of the readers of the Maui Nkws, there
will probably be another message to be
C. I). Iufkin, of the Pirst National
Hank of Wailuku, went down to Hono
lulu during the week. He returned on
the Muuna Kea and, had the pleasure of
conveying Attorney General Wickersham
and party from I.ahaina to McGregor's
Landing. The distinguished visitor thus
saw a little of Maui, before proceeding to
The schooner "Honoipo" is
loading sugar at liana and will
sail next week for the mainland.
R. I. Utile, the well known com
mission man of Honolulu and Hilo
was in town during last week.
The American-Hawaiian steam
er. Mexican, arrived in Kahului
port yesterday. She leaves some
time this afternoon.
J. H. Kunewa, tax assessor for
Maui, returned this week from at
tending the board of equalization
meeting in Honolulu.
Oh Tuesday afternoon last, ?Mr.
W.W. Walsh gave an "at Home" in
honor of Mrs. J. N. S. Williams,
who is leaving for Honolulu.
At the W.iilnkit Tlninii Plitirfli
Sunday evening, Rev. R. B. Dodge,
the pastor, will announce the East
er offering which was a large one.
A- J. Taite, of Honolulu, but
formerly of Maui, was a visitor to
Wailuku during the week. He
renewed old-time friendships hv
Mrs. Ben Williams returned from
Honolulu last Wednesdav. She
went to town in order to see her
sister off for a trip to Canada and
George Cunnuing is still in Ho
nolulu where he went to have an
operation performed on his nose.
His many friends wish him a
Judge Kingsbury returned from
Honolulu on Tuesday last. Mrs.
Kingsbury stayed a little longer in
Honolulu and came back on Wed
The Athletic Committee of the
Wailuku Gymnasium is getting up
a dance in aid of the club. Tickets
will soon be on sale, and the affair
promises to be a good one.
It will be heard with regret that
Joe Rocha, the well-known base-
player, has been stricken with a
serious illness, and is now confined
in the Hainakuapoko hospital.
E. R. Kevins has received word
from the Board .of Agriculture that
he has been appointed as "Honor
ary Inspector" of plants, shrubs,
etc, at Kahului. Mr. Bevins is
delighted to hear the news.
The Rev. II. P. Judd left for
Kona, Hawaii, last night on the
Kilauea. He will attend the meet
ing of the Hawaii Island Evange
lical Society at Napoopoo. The
Rev. Erdeman accompanied Mr.
The Raymond Cup may be con
tested for this year on the local
diamond. The Stars have a leg in
for the trophy, which has to be
won twice to become the property
of any one club. The Kahului
club also got a hold on the cup one
The Camp One school children
got a treat on Thursday when
Magician Bowman gave them a
free show in the school. The little
ones and the teachers were .delight
ed with the entertainment, and
thanked Mr. Bowman very much
for his good offices.
"Pop" Henning, ' one of the
most popular men on Maui, has
secured a 57 acre tract of pineapple
laud at Kuiaha, and will settle
there as soon as he finishes up with
the Pioneer Mill Company. Mr.
Henning will bring his family from
Honolulu and take up his residence
in the comfortable house he is hav
The hall for the Winter Garden
is well sold for tonigrt night,
and it is expected that by the time
the entertainment comes off there
will be hardly a seat left. The
enthusiasm for the affair is great,
and seldom is such popular support
given to amateur work on Maui.
Tickets for Saturday can still be
obtained at the People's, Paia and
Gentle saddle horse Knquire J.
FOSS, Kahului, Maui.
Sealed tenders will be received
by the Superintendent of Public
Works up until 12 noon of Thurs
day, April 15th, 1913, for the clear
ing and constructing of certain
roads in the Pauwela Kuiaha
Homestead Tract, District of
Haniakualoa, County of Maui.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms for proposal are on file in
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, Capitol Building.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserxes the right to reject
any or all tenders.
H. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 25, 1013.
Mur. 29, Apr. 5-12.
WAILUKU PHONE -:- 571
Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc.;
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
uuiiuac, TONY ABREU. Chauffeur;
also 2-T011 ltuick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
The New Dress Goods Have De
lightful Draping Qualities.
Zigzag Suiting Will Make Many of the
Best Looking Tallowed Costumes of
the Spring Negligee For the Easter
With the exception of linen, which Is
Always the standby for tho outing typo
of summer costumo becauso of Its flno
laundering qualities and Its sturdy
strength of texture, everything this sea
son is drapable. Thcro is, first and
foremost, the 'white cotton crape, which
loads in favor; ratine striped crnpo nnd
crnpo striped with cotton velours or
cotton plush or hnvlng a border of ono
of tnvso materials. These now cotton
plushes nnd velours look something
HJiP uncut velvet, nnd thoy nre ninm
nttrncu.o in tno cviun-u cunou mate
rials than In tho white, which rather
suggests toweling effects to a critical
Zigzag cotton suiting is the dernier
cri In Paris, and this material Is ob
tainable at most of tho whlto sales
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NEQL10EB OF MACHINE EMBIlOIDEBr.
now. It Is woven from threads of
graduating size, alternating thick and
thin, and in tho weaving the threads
are pulled In the loom to give n wavy
or zigzag effect to tho material. A tai
lored suit made of this zigzag stuff in a
pale tan shndo is included in a trous
seau of a prospective southern traveler.
Tho suit is piped with corded lines of
black satin and is matched by a blouse
of all over ocru embroidery mounted
on cream net, the contrast of tint
bringing out the embroidery design ef
fectively. A now English wnlking hat
of cream tnllan trimmed with a black
shooting bow of black edged tan plcot
ribbon matches tho suit, and boots of
the new tan leather which nro so easily
wiped clean with soap an$ wnter will
be worn with tho smart street costume.
These boots, by tho way, are in tho
distinctly now and natty style, with a
very low heel, long pointed too and a
top having only Ave buttons, llko a
man's boot. Completing tho costume
is n long handled parasol of tan silk
with an inset band of ecru Colbert em
broidery. Included in tho trousseau of a spring
bride is this lovely negligee of machlno
embroidery and wide laco Insertion.
Two sorts of embroidery aro used In
combination, an open eyelet "enno"
pattern and a roso design in "blind"
"Peg o" My Heart" Bows.
Last spring a flurry of fashion
brought into voguo tho stiff little velvot
bows of color or black for shirt wnlsts.
They have been worn moro or less
over since and havo taken a fresh hold
on popularity through tho small hearts
of rhlnestones which aro placed In tho
center of each bow. These aro called
"Peg o' My Heart" bows and with vel
vet ribbon and rhlncstone pin cost 50
cents complete. Others contrived on
tho samo plan nro of pearls two
thrca&lko pearl bands through which
tho rlbboa runs and n small pearl ball
head stickpin thrust through from the
side Tlieso are also SO cents each and
are called "Robcspldcre" bows. Both
nro pretty and an Improvement over
tho plain velvet, which seeffls a trifle
stiff and purposeless.
A Homemade Devloe.
It is interesting to soo how n Jap
anese servant will supply kitchen defi
ciencies out of his own inventive brain.
Where tho knob on tho tcakottlo cover
had rusted and given way ono of theso
handy persons supplied a new ono by
taking some heavy cords, knotting
them together, drawing them through
the holo in tho cover, with tho knot on
tho under side, and tying them tight
ovor a medium sized cork, which rest
ed on tho top of tho cover In tho spot
formerly occupied by the knob. When
far from a hardware store such a sub
stitute is not to bo despised.
Flge For Dessert.
Pigg cooked tender In boiling water,
wlt&tt ilitlo sugar added at tho last
of tho Costing, nro good cold -with
cream. Tho figs -with tho addition of
wine, orange or lemon Jolly, cut in
cubes and whipped cream, uiako on
elaborate dessert dish.
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Sfime SfableJialiului 5lailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect March 1st, 1913
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4 oo2 12 I 158 45 7 02 15.3
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5 153 42! H 15 27
5 3 3 30 8 '5
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3 00 7 5
2 50 7 40
2 20 7 25I
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2 10 7 20
2 00 17 to
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9 7 5 3 1
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3 10..., 9 45 (5 15
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1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 0:15 a. in. train for I'uunenc.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 100 pounds or 2 cubic feet of personal bag
gage will be carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 50
pounds or one cubic foot on each half ticket, when baggage is in
charge of and on the same train as tho holder of the ticket. For ex
cess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds ( part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. G, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Prices of 1913 INDIAN Motorcycles
With its Luxurious Cradle Spring Frame
4 II. P. with Magneto $220.00
7 II. P. with Magneto $270.00
4 II. P.TT Model Mag
neto, '2 speed gear 295.00
7 II. P.TT Model Mag
neto, 2 speed gear $345.00
E. O. HALL
Dititpibutors for Hawaii
Telephone 1111 Wnllulcu, Maul. T. II. P. O Ilox 8i
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, OH Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Your pocket book need'nt be emptied to
get a good smoke
A cigar that is all quality and selling at 5.00 tho
box of 100.
No money put in bands, no foil just quality,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
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7 109 00
7 22 9 15
2 4 6 8 10
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2 oG 40 10 45 3 35
0j(5 30 10 30 3 25
$110.00 cash and six
$230.00 monthly payments
of 20.00 each.
$130.00 cash and six
280.00 monthly payments
of $25.00 each.
$155.00 cash and six
qae nn monthly payments
$O0O.U0 of $25.00 each.
$175.00 cash and six
c?occ nn monthly payments
50&O.UU o J30.00 each.
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