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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, May 17, 1913, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913.
Fine Show at
Wailuku Public School Gives Enter
laiiimcnt That Pleased Every
The school entertainment given
at tlie Town Hall last Friday even
ing by the teachers anil pupils of
the Wailuku Public School was the
best of its kind given in yenrs on
Maui. The hall was packed for the
occasion, and all the reserved scats
were taken by parents and friends
of the children. Many of those at
tending came from Paia and Kah'
The whole program showed how
carefully and thoroughly the pre
paration for the evening had been
made. No one can appreciate the
amount of work involved in train
ing such a large number of children
for an evening's performance, un
less he has had his hand in such
affairs. The two chorus pieces by
the pntire school wee well rend
ered. The "Boys' Rebellion"
created much amusement. The
brownies were very cute and kept
the audience guessing. People want
ed to see them on the front of the
stage, but they always kept behind
the boys who were drilling and
singing. The marching by the
"soldiers" was the best seen for a
long time by Maui people.
The crowning of the May Queen,
of course, was the center of the at
traction in the first part of the
evening's program Eilene Walsh,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J J.
Walsh of Kahului, made a very
pretty May Queen. Her beautiful
hair was most effective, and her
posing for the part was excellent.
The children did well in crowning
her and in their songs and dances.
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liuth Whitehead had a prominent
part in addressing the Queen. She
could be distinctly heard in all
parts of the hall, and was very
graceful as she covered the Queen
The May-Pole dance also created
much interest and was well execut
ed by five boys and the same num
ber of girls. The Peach Pie by Mr.
Pogue's young son and Maile Rose
was an amusing dialogue, while all
the other numbers by the children
themselves were equally pleasing.
Helen Howell did very well in the
recitation, "The Stately Old Min
uet." The Japanese children with
their parasols and lanterns made a
striking appearance on the stage
and won great applause.
The audieiice waited eagerly for
the comedy in two acts: "Dr.
Cure-All," in which Mr. II. A.
Wade anil Miss Carrie E. Short
took the prominent parts. The
play was much enjoyed and it was
very funny. The caste of charact
ers was as follows:
CA8T OP CHARACTERS.
Dr. Curt-All Who Hts t Remedy lor Everything
H. A. Wade
MarK Office Hald
. Alice Walker
Mrs. Brown Who Wants to Reduce Her Flesh
Miss Jane Scrlmplns ..Who Deslrea to Bleach Her Hair
Mr. Alphonso De Jones. ..Who Wishes to Raise (Mustache
Mrs. Rotchklns ; A Fond Mother
Miss Kate Rotchklns Her Daughter Who Is Bashful
Miss Seraphlna Paddlngton Who Wants to be Tall
Mrs. Scrawny Who Wanted to be "Just Plump"
Leslie Lewis ,
Mrs Blooming.. A Handsome Widow In Search of a Husband
Carrie E. Short
T Chorus :.0, Fairyland, Wake!
2 Boys' Rebellion ,
Drill and March, Soldiers, Brownies,
(a) The Coming of May
(b) Crowning the May Queen
4 Mny-Tole llatice
5 Song : A Funny Little Boy
6 Chorus Lightly My Hark
7 Japanese Parasol Drill
8 Dialogue The Peach Tie
9 Quartette A Charming Fellow
10 Serpentine Dance
n-Solo Fapa's Letter
12- Drill Looking Backward
13- Recitation The Stately Old Minuet
14- Oratton on "Corns"
15- Japanese Lantern Drill
16- Chorns..Jolly Gay Students of Wailuku
During the absence of Rev. J.
Knox ISodel and family at the con
vocation 'in Honolulu, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Little will occupy the rect
ory. A train of cars, specially arranged
for the purpose, transported the
weighty machinery intended for the
The plentiful May showers on
Monday were an unexpected bless
ing, so late in the season.
Win. Dixon of Lanai is having a
power boat built by Mr. White.
FENCE COMMISSION NOTICE.
District of molokai. island op
molokai, county of maui,
territory ok hawaii.
Upon the petition of Mrs. MARY L.
BOWEN owner of certain property in
the District of Molokai, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, to decide upon the
question of a division of fence between
Grant 7758 in Puniuohua the property of
Mrs. Mary. L. Bowen, and Grant 1721
also in Puniuohua the property of Wong
Wai-bond, in said District of Molokai,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested, or their Agents to appear be
fore us on said land, on Thursday, May
22, 1913, at 10 a. in. in order to pass and
run the line of said fence, and to decide
on the kind of fence to be built, the
share each owner shall build and the
time within which such work of building
said fence shall be done.
C. C. CONRADT. Chairman.
J. H. MAHOE.
Pukoo, Molokai, May 3, 1913.
May 10, 17.
Girl's ReadyMade Dresses, each 80 cents
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
While I am out of the Territory,
Harold Rice, of Paia, will have full
power of attorney from me.
F. P. ROSKCRANS,
Paia, Maui, May 15, 1913.
May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the lioard of Supervisors of the
County oj Maui, T. II., up to 11
A. M. Saturday, May 31, 1!)13, for
One 03 II. P. Road locomotive,
equipped as a road roller, front part
to be made to fit the traction front
of road roller now belonging to the
County of Maui, to be cross-compound,
spring mounted front and
rear, equipped with oil burner and
fittings for crane and winding drum
with '22'y feet of 5s inch Rtcel wire
rope; to have three speeds forward
and one reverse, to be delievered
f. o b. Kahului Wharf; tenders to
be addressed in sealed envelopes to
the undersigned, and to be accom
panied by a certified check amount
ing to Trfe of the amount of tender,
made payable to Hon. S. E. Kala
111a, Chairman of the Board of
Supervisors, County of Maui. A
bond may be required of the success
ful bidder amounting to 2co of the
amount of tender, guaranteeing
delivery of the goods.
By order or the Board of Supervis
ors. Wm. FRED KAAE,
May 17, 24, 31.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Supervisors of the County
Maui, proposes to amend Ordinance
No. 25 relating to the Registration,
Identification, Use, and Operation
of Motor Cars, and the Examina
tion and Qualifications of Chauffeurs
. All persons interested are cordi
ally invited to be present for the
purpose of discussing the proposed
amendment to said Ordinance at a
meeting of said Board, to lc held
at its Board rooms, on Friday, June
13th, at 2 P. M.
By order of the Board of Super
visors. Wxr. FRED KAAE,
May 17, 24, 31.
Only, Beginning' Monday,
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Lurline Apr. 29
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Ilyades May 15
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May 4 May 14 May 24 103
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May 13 May 21 May 27 43
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June 3 June II June 21 36
June 3 June 10 June 18 59
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