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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913.
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1. All trains daily except Sundays. '
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wuiluku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kalmlui at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the (i:15 a. 111. train for I'uuneno.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 100 pounds or 2 cubic feet of personal lug
gage will be carried free of charge on eacli 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 the holder of the ticket. For ex
cess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local l'asscnger Tariff I. C.
C. No. G, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Prices of 1913 INDIAN Motorcycles
With its Luxurious Cradle Spring Frame
S110.00 cash and six
4 H. P. With MagnetO $220.00 $230.00 monthly payments
of 20.00 each.
$130.00 cash and six
7 II. P. With MuglietO $270.00 $280.00 monthly payments
of 25.00 each.
4 II. P, TT Model Mag- $155.00 cash and six
lieto, 2 speed gear 205.00 $305.00 "Tgl J3?;mcwt8
7 II . P. TT Model Mag- ?75.oo i .ii
noto, 2 speed gear $345.00 $355.00 oT$!oo icii.l,a"tS
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Distributors foe llmvnii
Telephone 1111 Wniluku, Mini). T. II. I. OlfcixKt
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
Successors to '
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil 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
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A cigar that is all quality and selling at 5.00 the
box of 100.
No money put in bands, no foil just quality,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
It has practically been' decided
that there will only be one game of
baseball every Sunday at Wniluku
during the coining season. It ap
pears that there will be only three
teams in the league. The J. A. C.
anil the Paia outfits may join forces
and play as one team. That would
leave the Kahuluis, the Stars and
the new organization In the run
ning. With three teams in the compe
tition it would be better to have
one good game each Sunday. In
fact that is all that is possible.
Many people favor the one game
idea and as the train schedule
would fit in beautifully, there is
no doubt that the innovation will
With one good game, starting at
about two o'clock every Sunday
afternoon there would be plenty of
fun and sport. The crowd would
not have to watch, perhaps, a rot
ten exhibition in order to get a
glimpse at a good struggle on the
Host Field of the Maui Hotel
excelled himseif in entertaining
the visiting legislators. He was
taken unawares regarding the din
ner of last Sunday evening, but
managed to satisfy everybody. The
newspapermen who were with the
party expressed their opinion that
the Maui Hotel is as good a place
as can be found outside of Hono
lulu. The members of the Wai
luku Press Club met at the Hotel
during the day, and they had noth
ing but good to say of the manage
ment of the Hotel.
The excursion tickets that will
carry people trom Honolulu to
Halcakalaand back to town again,
are., nearly ready, lite lirst big
party is expected to arrive before
long. The Maui Hotel Company
is handling the matter.
was out of the kitchen, simply
dropped in and took the beef. The
astonishment of the servat cann
better be imagined than described,
when she found an cmty plate
whereon, a few minutes before, a
fine joint had reposed.
The sneak thieves appear to have
come to town late this week. The
town was pretty well cleaned up
early in the week. Then on Thurs
day at least two robberies occurred.
Food seems to be the only thing
stolen from the houses called on.
At the Paia Public School on
April 2 there were exercises; held in
memory of the late Professor Dc
Witt Alexander. There was a good
attendance and the pupils pleased
those who were present. The Prin
cipal of the school made a fine ad
dress and his subject was "Lessons
to be Learned From Professor
The full program was as follows:
2. Song School
"Nearer My God To Thee."
3. Reading Constance Rose
"Sk:tch of Prof. Alexander's Life."
4. .Song Girls' Quartett
"Jesns Lover Of My Soul."
5. Recitation Mnry Stender
6. America School
7. - Lessons to be Learned Prom Prof.
Alexander's Life Prin. of School
The people of Paia have many
reasons to remember Professor Alex
ander, and he was well known to
most of thetn.
B. S. HUBBARD And to think
that I missed the luau up Iao
Valley. It is fierce. I always
wanted to attend a luau and when
the chance came I was left out.
On Friday last the will known
yacht, Mollilou, of Honolulu, ar
rived in Kahului harbor. She
brought a party consisting of ex
Judge Hatch, "Dry Dock" Smith
and Captain Kdwards of the U. S.
The yacht left Honolulu on
March 26, and had a long, rough
trip up to Maui. There was a stiff
wind blowing, and the little craft
had some of her sails split while
beating it up the channel.
The Mollilou is the yacht that
took part in the Trans-Pacific
yacht race last year, and she is a
well-found boat of her type.
Dr' Osmers is mourning the loss
of a fine roasto f beef that disappear
ed from his kitchen on Thursday
night last. The beef, cooked and
ready for the dining table, was an
nexed by a sneak thief, while the
Japanese servant was carrying
some other articles of food to the
The thief, or thieves, must have
watched the doctor's house very
closely and, kuowing that the roast
was cooked and that the servant
Mr. C. C. James has brought his
family to live on their homestead,
"Pinecrest," at Haiku. Mr. James,
who is a Honolulu chemist has re
hired to his work and will go back
and forth for the present.
Mr.Dana Newell, of Seattle,
has taken up residence on his home
stead at Haiku. Mrs. Newell, who
is in Honolulu will follow later.
Mr. Earl G. Bartlett of Kameha
meha Schools, has brought his wife
and children over to their new
home on lot 19.
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Born have
just moved into their attractive
bungalow on their homestead at
Mr. John Vanhuyzen, formerly
manager of Mr. Van Valkenberg's
ranch, near Honolulu, has moved
to his new homestead at Haiku. He
has brought teams and will com
mence building and planting at
Mr. Wm. Henning is starting
building operations on his new
homestead lot on the Kaupakalua
Thomas A. O'Brien is in town
for a few days lie is making one
of his regular trips to Maui.
N. II. Duval, of the Kahului
breakwater staff, returned from a
trip to Honolulu during the week.
The Kaster OfTering at the Wai
lukti Union Church amounted to
?2,426. The stun is considered to
be very satisfactory.
The Kahului baseball players
and the Laliaina team arc to meet
on the Wniluku diamond tomorrow
unless all plans go astray.
"T. B. M." Club held session
on Wednesday night at the gym
nasium, and everybody enjoyed
themselves to the limit.
Tlit woman s ?."i.Ul of the
Church of the Good Shepherd ftill
hold a meeting with Mrs. McKay-,
Wailttku, on luesday April 8 at
2:30 p. m.
Nearly three hundred dollars was
taken at the two Winter Gardens
held in the Town Hall. The shows
were really good and the amateurs
did fine work.
W. T. Robinson's house on
High street is rapidly being put
into shape, and the almost rebuild
ing of the structure is improving
it very much.
The new cottages being erected
on Wells i'ark are rapidly being
constructed. They are attractive
looking small bungalows and they
have all been rented in advance.
Senator W. T. Robinson is the
proud father of another son who
arrived yesterday morning at half
past six o'clock. The newcomer
has already been signed up for the
The home of the editor of this
paper was entered on J hursclay
night and our breakfast was stolen.
We thank the thief for not taking
what we had set aside for Friday's
A blind-pig proprietor was fined
$100 at the police court during the
week. Much wine and beer was
found on the premises of the man,
and his excuses did not go with
George Cummings has been elect
ed Manager, and Louis Soares
Captain of the Morning Star Base
ban ieaiu. 1 ins is tne I3tli cou-
sequtive year that this team is in
the baseball field, and the boys feel
that even though it may be a bad-
luck year, they have a chance of
adding another trophy.
The sudden death of Miss Tatsu
yo Onishi, of Kahului, caused
much excitement among the Jap
anese of the district. She was only
twenty years of age and was well
liked by everybody.
The Benefit for the Kahului
Kindergarten School drew a large
crowd to the Kahului Lyceum last
night. There were several good
moving pictures shown and after
that a concert and dance were given.
If the citizens of Maui have any
say in the matter,. Charles Cottrill
will retain his position ot Collector
of Internal Revenue. A petition for
his retention, signed by hundreds
of Maui people, has been sent to
S. Yoshiinasu, Manager of the
Maui Pineapple Co. Ltd. at Pau
wela, Maui, will be married in
Honolulu next week. K. Yania
niotoof Honolulu and S. Nakamoto
of Wniluku, both intimate friends,
will attend the wedding.
Miss Kind Hashimoto formerly
of the Miigagi Normal School,
Japan, and who served eight years
in thai well known institution, has
arrived in Wailttku, and has as
sumed the duties of teacher at the
Independent School in this town.
K. R. Bevins and J. J. Walsh
are playing good tenuis now-a-days,
and they put up a great game
tgainst W. Walsh and A. Gordon
yesterday afternoon on the Kahului
courts. The latter pair won, but
only after a fine go.
J.C. Foss, Jr. who finished uphis
duties with the Kahului Railroad
extension on the first of the month,
has opened an office on Market
street. He will practise his pro
fession of a Civil Engineer and al
ready has a lot of work to attend
r James C. Toss, 3frl,
Civil engineer & Surveyor.
Appointment o! Fire Warden 1
Notice is hereby given that under
the provisions of Chapter 71 of the
Session Laws of 1905, Arthur K.
Jones has been appointed District
Fire Warden, on the Island of
Maui. In and for the Districts of
ironuaula and Kahikinui.
W. M. GIFFARD,
President and Executive Officer
Board of Agriculture and Forestry.
Honolulu, March 20, 1913.
April 5, 12, 19.
The- old building being torn down,
next to the Pioneer Hotel was a
Custom House in years long past.
The Senators and twenty mem
bers of the Lower llouso arrived
in Laliaina last Saturday evening.
At an early hour on Sunday
morning they were taken to Laha
inaluna, anil to the Mala wharf
site. They then had a keen appe
tite for the bountiful breakfast
provided at the Pioneer Hotel. Sub
sequenlly they inspected the Lalia
ina School and Armcry site. After
a trip to East Maui they returned
to Lahama in season for tho late
Over 100 persons attended the
graduation exercises of the Ilong
wanji Buddhist school on Sunday
evening, and tno programmo was
very interesting. There are 171
pupils in the school, and there were
On Monday evening Mr. Georgo
Frceland jumped from an autotno
bilo before it had stopped. Ho was
thrown to tho ground, and received
painiui bruises, but no bones were
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