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THIt MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913.
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Sealed tenders will be received by the
Hoard of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, at the Office of the County Clerk,
at Wailuku, Mnui, T. II., until Saturday
May 31, 1913, nt 2 P. M for the con
struction of n relocated road on the West
id of Kakipi Gulch.
Spvcificfltiotis and blauk proposals may
be had upon application at the office of
the County Clerk, Wailuku, Maui T. II.,
upon a deposit of Ten Dollars (Jio.oo) for
The Hoard of Supervisors reserves the
riht to reject any or all tenders.
lly Order of the Hoard of Supervisors.
Wm. 1. KAAK,
May 10, 17, a.), 31.
IK TIIK CIKCUIT COURT tl THIi
SltCONM) JUDICIAL CIKCUIT, TER
RITORY 01' HAWAII.
Ill the Matter of the Estate of KKI'A
KAMANAWAIIOl'U, lateofllaua, Mnui,
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of Kcpa
KamaiiawHliopu late of liana, Maui, to
present the same, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers if such exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to the undersigned at Ilnnn,
Maui, within six mouths from date of
publication of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
R. A. DRUMMOND,
Administrator of the Estate of Kcpa
May 10, 17, 24, 31.
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil Engineer X- Surveyor.
Oi'i'icij Markkt & Main St.
Wailuku :-: :-: Maui
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager.
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Latest Hawaiian Records.
Victor and Columbia Talking
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Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
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Samuel A. Walker.
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COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
lirothers cordially invited.
JOHN E. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MEDEIROS, V. S.
I.OUG12 MAUI, No. 5)84. A. P. & A. M
Stated meeiiiiL's will be held at
Mas'mic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday niht of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vitod to attend.
W. W. WKSCOATT, R. V. M.
C. E. COPELAND,
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Wc arc in receipt of the report of
tlio Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry, of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, for the biennial
period ending December ol, 1012.
The report, which is excellently
gotten up and printed by the Star
Bulletin, Ltd., is well worth read
ing and digesting.
The report contains 250 pages
and each page is replete with inter
esting data, or beautiful reproduc
tions of photographs of forest lands,
cattle and other subjects.
Every division of the board has
attention, and the heads of the dif
ferent departments all have articles
on their particular branch of the
work. The report is full and ac
curate, and the many subjects treat
ed are all of vital interest to the
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Collis. Class C Lougher and Taj -lor;
Gannon and Hay; Schocnbcrg
and Nicholson; A. Maclarcn and
Young; Burns and Burns. Class D
Ed. Walsh and McNicoll; Bovins
and J. J. Walsh; Wellcr and A.
The first round will bo the best
two out of three sets a sudden
death affair. The semi-finals and
finals will be the best three out of
five sets. All the first round must
be played oil by May 2(5. The semi
finals must be pan by June 16, and
the finals by June 22.
The draw for the first round is as
follows: Myers and Richardson vs
laugher and Taylor; W. Walsh
and Stevenson vs Collis and Rice;
Maclarcn and Young vs Weller and
A. Nothcr; Thomson and Sawyer vs
Collins and Lindsay; Schoenberg
and Nicholson vs J. J. Walsh and
Bevins; Maclarcn and Savage vs
Ed. Walsh and McNicoll; Englc
and D. Collins vs Rui ns and Burns;
Gannon and Hay vs Doig and
Either the earth court or the
grass one can be played on accord
ing to arrangement between the
teams. If a deadlock arises, the
umpire can namo the court to be
played on. If his say does not go,
the Kahului Tennis Club yill take
hold and settle the matter. The
two cup3 which are offered by the
Puunene store, are fine ones, and
the lucky winners will have some
thing to remember the tournament
by. The cups must bo won twieo
by the same team but not, neces
sarily, t-vico in succession.
STEVENSON At Pain, Maui, May 5,
to the wife of V. h. Stevenson, a
WALSH At Kahului. Maui, May 8, to
the wife of W. W. Walsh, a daughter,
It is said that most of the "sailors" of
the Edward Sewall were quite willing to
go as high up the masts as requested to
do as long as they could keep one foot
on the deck.
" err 1 t.
Mr. and Mm. Mengler, of Honolulu,
are visiting their daughter Mrs. W. L.
West, of Wailuku.
J. C. 1'oss, Jr., have moved to the
house formerly occupied by Engineer
Peacock, on Main street.
The law firm of Andrews, Quark's and
Murphy has oened a branch office in
Wailuku and .Murphy is in charged.
There have been several cases of iineu-
monia lately, and the patients had to be
taken to the hospital for treatment.
The new tennis tournament at Kahu-
lui will be for All Maui, and it is expect
ed that there will be a large entry list.
The affairs of the Maui Hoat and
Country Club are going 011 alright and
the shares arc being sold at a rapid rate.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet at
the home of Mrs. II. I). Penhallow on
Wednesday afternoon next, at the usual
A petition, praying for the extension
of Viueyard street from Market to North
street, hae been presented to the super
The new .re truck has made some fine
runs lately, and the fire laddies are now
getting used to the new style of fire
The annual concert of the students al
Mauuaolu will be given on the evening
of June 14. It should be the best ever
given on Maui.
Sheriff Crowell returned from liana
last Wednesday and he immediately took
up several matters that have cropped up
while he was away.
All the sailors of the Sewall have
cleared out. Forty-three is the tally of
those who declared that they had enough
of the sea for a while.
The supervisors are taking steps to get
the right-of-way through Hrown's land
in the Kihei district. The owner is to be
written on the subject.
Mr. W. G. Scott returned fromaflying
trip to Honolulu during the week. He
renewed many old-time friendships
while in the capital city.
Many Haiku homesteaders were in
town yesterday. They came into inter
view the supervisors regarding the con
struction of very necessary roads.
Deputy County Attorney Vincent
leaves for liana on a hurried trip next
Tuesday. He will look into several mat
ters while in the liana district.
Two dollars will double duty today at
theofiice of the Island Electric Company.
They are selling the celebrated electric
toaster "El Tostovo" for just half it's
All applications for liouor licenses
should be filed with the secretary
of the license Board before or on
May la. After that date it will
be too late.
Work on the Lahaina Electric Light
works is progressing as fast as possible.
A lot of the material for tile plant is now
on the ground, and it is expected that by
July 1 there will be "juice" in Lahaina.
Tomorrow afternoon there will be the
usual doubleheadei on the Wailuku dia
mond. At one-thirty the Stars will go
up against the Lahaina boys, and at
three-thirty the J. A. C. will tackle the
It costs just a mill-one tenth of one
ccut-to make a slice of toast on "El
Tostovo." This practical toaster is on
sale today-IIotpoint Day-at the Island
Electric Company's office on Main Street,
for half price only $2 each.
At the Wailuku Union Church Sunday
evening the choir will repeat the beauti
ful anthem "Unfold Ye Portals" from
Gounod's Redemption. Mrs. Louise
Chisholm Jones will sing the solo from
Mendelssohn "O for the Wings of a
The new Pipe Organ at the Church of
the Good Shepherd will be dedicated oir
Whitsunday .May 11, at theeleven o'clock
services. All are welcome. It is especially
hoped that those who were instrumental
in starting this fund will be able to be
William Walsh, the popular superin
tendent of the Kahului Railroad, is re
ceiving the congratulations of his friends
upon the arrival of a fine little daughter
who was born 011 Thursday last. Both
mother and baby are doing well and, as
for father why!
w.. iifii.vja .11.41. .uit,ib 111 a uuil
field last Monday night. Their being in
the cane field was not the cause of the
arrest. What caused the trouble was
that the bunch thought gambling to be a
fine stunt. They were caught red-handed
and were hauled to court. They have
changed their opinion about "sport."
The Haiku homesteaders have peti
tioned the supervisors to construst a
road across their lots so as to give access
to the cannery and the railroad depot
At present all the roads lead makai and
the farmers want a cross road in order to
avoid hauling pines down, and theu up
again. Two thousand tons of fresh pines
are expected to be hauled from their
From present indications, the
Edwnrd Sewall will have to ship an
entire by new crew. That is, if the
deserters keep leaving her at the
rate they did during the week.
The men swam ashore, waded
ashore, ferried themselves ashore
and would have flown ashore, if
that had been possible.
The deserting began as soon as
the vessel anchored off port. It is
alleged that the crew mainly con
sisted of express drivers, laundry
men and other most unsuitable
ship workers. At any rate, as soon
as land was in sight the "crew''
jumped the vessel. Many of the
men have been seen wandering
around Wailuku and Kahului.
Some of them applied for work of
any kind except hoe liana liana.
The first man ashore swam,
naked, with his clothes tied on his
head, from the ship, lie did not
know, or else did not care, about
sharks. His arrival at the break
water was spectacular, and the first
person to see him emergo from the
water, got a great shock. There
was not a ripple on the surface to
indicate that anything was making
its way through the water until
the Adam like apparatiou climbed
out on the rocks. There was a
grunt and a casual inquiry as to
where a meal could bo obtained,
and then the "sailor" began to
The next little bunch to arrive
consisted of two men. One could
not swim a stroke, so his pal
shipped him on a barrel and then
proceeded to shove the load ashore.
The suits of the pair were held by
the man on the barrel. The time
made was slow, but the outfit reach
ed shore safely.
The third detachment consisted
of three "cowboy sailors" and they
each had a plank which they pad
dled in, a la surf board, to the
shore. Tf ere was a general reunion
up the town and tlie bunch won
dered when the rest of land
mariners would arrive ashore.
Captain Quick, of the Sewall, is
said not to be worrying about the
deserters. The ship can probably
get along without the bunch.
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin was visiting
friends in town on Monday, and
she took passage on the Kilauea
for Honolulu in the evening.
The instrumental music in the
dining room of the Pioneer Hotel
is quite attractive. Work has al
ready commenced on the founda
tions of the hotel addition.
Goo Lip is selling out his goods
once more, and it is understood
that he intends to return to China.
The Japanese fish festival has
been celebrated with more than
usual enthusiasm. There was a
plentiful assortment of mammoth
Wm. K. Kauwenaole, a member
of Company L, was buried with
military honors last Saturday after
noon. As the Captain could not
come over from Wailuku, Lieut.
Kaluakini was in command. After
the firing of three volleys over the
grave, "Taps" was sounded.
Work on the jiew school build
ing has progressed so far that the
roof is now ready for the shingles.
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