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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL, 12, 1913.
At the meeting of the Maui
Chamber of Commerce which was
held on' Thursday last, it was
brought to the attention of the
members that a bill had been intro
duced by Representative Goodness
of Maui, which asked for the
appointment of a physician for the
Malulani Hospital. The news came
as a surprise to many people, as it
was always felt that Dr. Osmers,
who at present attends to the hos
pital, is doing the work satisfactorily.
It appears that the scheme is to
pay another doctor $150 por month,
and to have him put in charge of
the dispensary at the hospital. lie
will be under the orders of the board
of health, and will have regular
hours of attendenco at the dispell
The matter was brought to the
attention of the chamber of com
merce by E. It. Bevins. He out
lined the bill and asked what action
the chamber wished to take on the
vi usmers wno was called upon
to explain the situation and he did
so. The doctor informed the meet
ing that indigent sick people were
attended to by him at all times. No
charge was made for such cases. The
doctor does that kind of work now
adays for a salary of $30 per month.
There could not bo any sense in
paying $150 per month to a doctor
for doing just the same work. "Of
course," concluded the doctor, "if
the idea is to subsidize another
physician it may be justifiable. "
L. von Tcnipsky, said that the
chamber should sit on the bill. It
is an insult to tho present govern
nicnt pnysician, declared von
Tempsky. Judge. Kingsbury said
that the bill did not provide for
any need and would be more apt to
do harm than good.
J. N. S. Williams said it migl
bo better to inquire as to why the
bill was introduced.
The chamber passed a resolution
to the effect that the members saw
no reason for the creation of the
new oflice, and that the Speaker of
the House of Representative and
the Maui delegation bo so advised
Good Work Delaware, 0.
Appreciated Got it Bad
There was a pleasing function at
the Rectory of the Church of Good
Shepherd last Tuesday evening.
There was a meeting of the V estry
and the resignation of Mr. J. N. S.
Williams, as treasurer of the
Miss Crickard, of tho Wailuku
School, and whose people live in
Delaware, Ohio, has received a
letter from her brother who still
resides in the old home. Mr. J. S.
Crickard writes to hia sister to the
church, was accepted.
endorsed Mr. Stanley
of Kahului, to succeed Mr. Wil-1
The opportunity was taken to
testify to the excellent manner in
which Mr. Williams has conducted
the financial affairs of the Church
The Vestry effect that tho home place was two
Richardson, fcet under water, although the
louse stands on top of a hill. On
the lower lands tho water was from
seven to ten feet deep.
Tho force of the current may be
imagined when Mr. Crickard states
that box cars wore swept from the
Geo. II. Angus, of Theo. H.
Davies & Co. is a Wailuku visitor.
A Honolulu Tnnnnesn nowsn.mer
nublished a nicturc of the Wailuku
A Japanese baseball team may go
to Japan in September and have a
go with the famous Keios.
The Ladies Guild of the Kahului
Union Church met at the home of
Mrs. E. H. Parker on Wednesday
A movement is on foot to in
crease the pay of the chief sanitary
officer of Maui and to allow him an
ot Good bnepneid. A vote ot thanks railroad station to tho center of the
to both Mr. and Mrs. Williams was town. The station is on tho out
passed, and tney were wrsncu tue skirts of Delaware, and tho water
bestof happiness in their new sphere simply took up tho cars and carried
of life- Everyone had something them oft.
good to say about Mr. Williams,
who has worked so hard for the
benefit of the Church.
There was a representative gath
ering at the meeting, and the affair
was most enjoyable. Refreshments
were served by Miss Short and at
eleven o'clock the gathering broke
The Olcntangy river runs through
the town and threo trallio bridges
and one railroad bridge cross the
stream. All of these structures
were washed away.
People were to be seen clinging
to trees and camped on the hills.
Rescue parties were working hard
and everyone lent a hand. Life
saving boats came in from Indiana
polis and did splendid work. The
electric light plan gas and water
works, were put out of commission
and terror reigned. Over $1,000,
000 damage was done.
Miss Crickard is dismayed at the
damage done her native town but is
sure the place will soon recover.
"No Graft" Says Lake.
(Co'itinucd from Tage i)
her and the rest know what was
done and said when it was suggest
ed that I should help the county
out at a rate of pay that actually
saved money for the tax-payers
That is all and it is all true."
Chairman Kalama stated that the
letter of Fair Play" was mislead
ing, and that the facts of the case
are not the same as in the Hardesty
proposition in Honolulu. The gen
The music ot tho Wailuku Union
Church Sunday evening will bo as
follows: "Incline thinoEar," which
is a beautiful anthem. The quar
terly calpndar will be in the pews
on Sunday. Mr. M. C. Ayers was
received into the membership of
the Church at the Communion ser
vice. Mr. A. J. McCleod acted in
his capacity as new deacon, and
Mrs. C. J. Sehoening as tho newly
elected deaconess. Mrs. Jones will
on Sunday, sing "Tho Publican" by
Van tie Water.
Mr. lceKui, the Evangelist of
the Wailuku Chinese Church was
examined as to his theological belief
this past week by a committee com
posed of Revs. R. B. Dodge, Collins
G. Burnham, L. B. Kaumehoiwa
and A. C. Bowdish. The Exami
nation was held at tho Wailuku
Union Church. IIo will bo ordain
ed a a Christian minister next Sun
day atternoon at two o'clock in the
Wailuku Chinese Church. The
publio is cordially invited to this
borne high-sounding names are
being bandied about on the Puuneno
bowling alleys, and the four teams
that arc known as follow, aro the
real thing when it comes to titles:
Tho "All Stars," the "Cham-
" the "Victors'1 and the "In
vinciblcs ' aro tho teams. What
will happen when tho "Victors''
lose to tho Invincibles" and the
ill ni 11 if a i 1 II -it
ah Qtars" ueieat tnc unam-
pions." takes some coniunng to
Tho teams are as follow: All
Stars Deinert, Campbell and Betts
Chamnions Cramer. Hanson and
Gomes. Victors-Scholtz, Young eml oniniou 11101,11,1 town 13 tliat a
and Murray. Invincibles-C. Sav- mountain has been made out of a
age, Thomson and Medeiros. 1,1010 11111 iU1(l lllllt. instcatl 01 ueinB
The teams were made as even as censured, supervisor l,auc should
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tv ssiblo. and wore so arranged thnt 00 Pm,Beu 101 "'PiB ui as no lias
tho averages of the individual play- dono in tllc past' SuPervisor Druin
ers-nooled-are tho same for each moml 01 mna "my-possibly
team. Each trio has an average of aamn eveu u,iU imicl1- 110 "as lw
435. and it will bo interesting to hol"ses alltl uses tllem quite a lot,
note how tho tnnrnamnnt winds ,, according to all reports,
niirl fri cnr if W lin a Knmi rwiauililn tn
i , . n von iompsicy, manager oi me
, . , iJiiicaKtiia Jsancn states that yester
miy rums wuru wuiui at luasi qoj,
000 to the up-country community
I'eople generally have no concep
tion of the amount of good th
i i -
rains nave uone. uorn crops were
1IT 11 . 1 1 ! , I . 1 1. 1
wauuKU is particularly lortunate nust auout ready to dry up once
in having a fow excellent Fraternal more when these rains arrived, and
Organizations, and among these the nobody appreciates tho benefits
more than those who havo had to
sulTer from lack of water in tho Ma
kawao and Kula districts
H. Nikaido, a Japanese chauf
The Monthly ministers' Meeting
f i... r I...., tit . . .
in mu vyumrai iuaui ministers was
held at tho Kahului Church on
imusday. there was a good at
tendance and the papers and discus
sion were listened to very eagerly,
1 he Lauhes' Aid Society of tho
Kahului Union Church at the meet-
last week presented Mrs. Henry I:
Judd with ajsetteo and a rattan rock
ing chair tokens of their esteem
r . l . . . i i i . .
jur nio iiasiur unu ins who wno are
to leave Kahului this month for
Honolulu, where. Mr. Judd wil
have his headquarters as superin
tendent of tho Sunday School work
of. these Islands.
Moose Are Growing.
ocal lodge of Moose seems to be
forging ahead very rapidly. While
Honolulu and Ililo may havo had
their troubles, tho Wailuku Lodge
seem to keep on sawing wood.
Tho latest step of Wailuku Lodge
is to organize a Ladies' Circle in
connection with their Lodge. A
committee of twelve, two from each
district, have been appointed, and
there are already about GO ladies
enlisted. A picnic will be held at
an early date, at which organization
plans will bo fully discussed. This
speaks well for the energetic way in
which the members of the Order
hero havo taken hold of tho work in
Tho local Order of Moose in con
junction with tho Ladies' Circle
and tho local Order of Foresters
havo their eyo on a piece of proper
ty near the beach, and tho News is
feur, was acquitted on a charge o
heedlessly operating his autonio
bile. He collided with Tony
Abreu's car on the Paia road last
year. I he jury tound the collision
to be an accident. 1 he defendant
was represented by Judge Quarles
IN THK ClltCUIT counr. SECOND
cuit, TKititrrouv ok iiawau.
At Chambers In Divorce.
Maria Tetzlaff vs. Charles Tetzlaff.
Ifor Divorce No. 405.
Territory of Hawaii. To Charles
Tetzlaff, I.ibellee. Your ore hereby
notified that the above entitled suit, the
same being for a divorce from you on th
infnrmofl tlmt o I,ll ...Ul. Blme ul
, , T """ ground of desertion and non-support, 1
ciuu nouse on me nrst uoor is
program, their slogan being
Hall of Our Own".
Among somo of tho members who
havo given much of their time for
tho interests of Moosedom on Maui
may bo mentioned W. E. Bal, F
M. Correa and A. Enos of Wailuku,
John Vasconcellos and M. F. Cam
bra of Kahului, and John Medeiros
and C. P. Metzler of Pafa.
now pending inabove entitledJCourt.and
that the same will be heard and deter,
mined on Saturday, the 21st dayof Juue
A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
01 sam uay, or as soon tnereaitor as may
be by the Judge of said Court, sitting at
Datedat Wailuku, Maui, April 11, 1913
ISeal.j- EDMUND U. HART,
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Libellaut.
Apr. 12, 19, 26, May 3, 10 17.
The Wailuku Public School will
give an entertainment early next
mouth. An attractive program is
If sufficient contracts for ice are
igned up by Wailuku people, a
new ice plant may be started up in
the near future.
Mary Ann Peters was found
guilty ot procuring and was re
manded for sentence at the Circuit
Court last Tuesday.
Mrs. II. K. Duncan, of Kahului,
is back from Honolulu where she
underwent a serious operation at
the Queen s Hospital.
The fence around the Kahului
racetrack is being repaired. The
recent high winds blew down a
larcre part of the fence.
C. F. Lund of Hackfeld & Co,
is 111 town. He is the well known
iMoose organizer auu was loimeny
editor of the Moose mnemzine.
lakesuke Mori is a Tiu Jitsu
artist of fame. He is teaching the
art at the plantation show house
W. L. West is said to be learning,
A motion for a new trial has
been made by Judge Quarles on
behalf of Mary Ann Peters, who
was convicted on a charge of pro
Viscount Tori's son is now teach
ing at Waihee school. He is
graduate of Miegi University,
Tokio, and came to Hawaii with
A. H. Jones and C. J. Sullivan,
of the Hawaiian Trust Company
Insurance department, were in
towinduring the week. Sullivan is
the well known rowing man.
All of the necessary material for
the construction of the Kihei boat
landing is on the beach. The work
of making the concrete piles for the
wharf begins next Wednesday.
J. N. S. Williams denied the
other day that the Kahului Rail
road Company had ever"kuocked
the Mala wharf proposition. He
was borne out in his remarks by
The Maui supervisors are in ses
sion and several matters ot impor
tance are being considered. The
usual reports and communications
were read and bills were passed for
There was a fine dinner at the
Maui Hotel last night when a party
of fourteen sat down to feast at the
well known hotel. Several Honolulu
people were present and the affair
was most enjoyable.
The Kindergarten show at the
Kahului Lyceum was a good one
last week, and a big crowd turned
up to see the fun. There was
dance after the show and a good
time was had by everybody.
have cold feet" is not correct,
and that the team from the other
side will get all that is coining to
In an appeal case fromlthe District
Court of Wailuku, 111 which the
theft of two chickens valued at fif
ty cents each was disputed, the
county attorney entercred a nolle
pros, and the matter was dropped.
Chester Doyle, the well known
Honolulu man was in town during
re week. He came up to attend
the Circuit Court and between
times took the opportunity of pay
ing many visits to old-time friends.
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky gave a
most delightful beach party to
about seventy guests last week on
Thursday evening. The affair was
given in honor of the young peo
ple staying at her home for the
William Mossman was sentenced
to not less than two and one half
years, nor more than seven years
jail, by Judge Kingsbury, last
Monday. The accused was found
guilty of burglary in the first degree.
P. Maurice McMahon, the well
known court reporter and, in his
leisure moments, poet, is on Maui
for a vacation. Mr. McMahon is
enjoying every minute of the holi
day and is renewing Ins many
Contractor Hugh Howell has fin
ished the last of the six concrete
bridges that he undertook to build
on the Lahaina road. There are
still six other wooden bridges that
might with advantage be rebuilt as
The trial jury finished up its
work last Thursday and Judge
Kingsbury took the opportunity to
congratulate the jurors on the good
work they did during the session.
The County Attorney also spoke
highly of the jurors and paid them
The Invincibles and the Victors
met in a tryout bowling game at
Puunene last Tuesday evening.
The result was a win for the Invin-
On Sunday, April 20, the base
ball season will start up with
bang in Wailuku. The diamond
is in fine condition and the players
are getting into good shape for the
The Maui Chamber of Commerce
appointed E. R. Bevins as corres
ponding secretary in connection
with promotion work. He will
keep in touch with H. P. Wood
the Honolulu Promotion Commit
l he ranchers of the island are
delighted at the rains of the last
couple of days. The men who gov
ern the ranches are feehnc pretty
good, thank you. "von" is one of
of the bunch and it looks good to
John Adler, an employee of the
Maui Agricultural Company, was
found dead in bed yesterday morn
nig. It is alleged that he was
some way shot through the heart
A coroner's jury is sitting on
The Stars and the Lohaina ball
teams are to play a game to
morrow. The local boys say that
the rumor spread around that they
ibles bv a majority of about 260
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luillir l 111: Lu.iiua ui.ij' 1111 il"
arranged in order to tfy and get as
Manuel Martins, Jr., who was
charged with manslaughter, was
found guilty of assault and battery
by a trial jury last week. He had
sentence suspended for thirteen
months on the motion of the
County Attorney. Judge Kings
bury gave Martins a good talking
to, and warned him to be very
careful in future.
County Attorney D. H. Case
leaves for the mainland on April
26. He is going to Topcka, Kan
sas, where he will meet Mrs. and
Miss Case and, after a short stay,
will bring them back to HawuTP.
The criminal calendar is about
cleaned up, and what matters need
attention will be taken care of by
Deputy County Attorney Vincent
E. R. Bevins has drawn up the
articles of incorporation of the
Maui Boat and Country Club.
The capital of the company is
$5,000, with power to increase to
$20,000. The par value of the
shares is $10, and each member of
the club will have to own at least
one share. Each member will
have one vote, irrespective of the
number of shares that he holds.
It is announced that the Rev.
Schaeffer, who was selected to take
the place of the Rev. II. P. Judd
at the Kahului church, has accept
ed another call in Ohio, and will
not come to Maui. Another pastor
is being sought, and in the mean
time the Rev. R. B. Dodge will
preach at Kahului till such time as
a new man arrives. Mr. Judd will
finish his duties at the end of this
During his absence from the Territory
of Hawaii, TAM CHONG, of Paia, Maul
herebyppoints E. W. Ain and K. Shoda
his agents, with full power to trausact
all business for him.
Signed TAM CHONG
Paia, Maui T. H.
Apr: 12, 19, 29.
"I)e World Am Moovin' Ahead Indeed"
Convince yourself of the fact, by ex
amining the latest improved 1913, MIGHTY
MICHIGAN FORTY. The first Car of that
world famous make recently arrived on
MAUI NO KA OI
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Let the first ball pitched this season be a
Goldsmith Officfal League Baseball
and after that
You won't want any other.
Official with the Big Leagues, and adopted by the Oahu League.
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