Newspaper Page Text
. Tllli MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1913.
Over t Lnliaina the new wireless
station is n sight well worth seeing
afld every visitor who can spare the
time and make arrangements to
o(ill when Operator Ralston is not
ton IniKy should certainly inspect
tile new place.
The park like surroundings of the
station look very fine now that the
nii'ns have freshened up the grass.
The grounds are exactly one acre
in extent hut, through the happy
way in which the necessary build
ings are laid out, the tract appears
The old operating room is now
doing service as a storeroom, and the
new hniid.-oinc, .airy little oflice
through which the mysterious elec
tric waves are sent and received by
Mr. Mali-ton, is a treat to look at.
The old dwelling house has been
tinned 'into a garage and engine
room, and a line up-to-date cottage
has been erected for the operator
and his family. The station has its
own power plant at present, but, it
is intended to use the "juice" from
the Lahaina concern as soon as it is
available. The old engine and dy
namo will be kept for eases of emer
gency. Mr. Ralston has been ope
rator for over nine years, and is
well liked by those he communicates
with, day after day.
On June 2 the drawing of juror
Grand and Petit was held. The
fallowing are the lists and all the
jurors mentioned must be at Lalia
imron Juno 18 and 2G. The former
date is for Grand Jurors and the
latter for Trial Jurors.
Grand Jurors. Geo. V. Wilbur,
Joe Morris, F. 1 Baldwin, J. W.
Scarle, G. A- Hansen, J. K. Bodel,
Louis Ilenning, Henry Long, V. C.
Schoenberg, D. T. Carey, J. E. Gan
non, II. P. Judd, V. A. Lloyd, J.
F. MacKenzie, P. F. Peck, II. P.
Ilobinson, Sr., W. 11. Apo, J. M.
Ilaleni'ino, J. Cunnnings. J. Garcia,
W. 15 Server, G S. Ramon, D.
K. K. Kldredge.
, Trial Jurors. 1). Kupihea, Geo.
N. Weight, H. D. Sloggett, Joaquin
Tores, F. Medeiros, J. C. Munroe.
W- I. Wells, II. B. Weick, C. E. S.
Burns, W. Kuhlman. L. Weinzhei
nicr, II. M. Weljs, C. 15. Myers, A.
MePbee, W. L. Barrus, F. M. Cor
rein, II. B Weller, C. J. Schocn,
ing, A. Martiien, A. Gros, Clms.
Copp, Clms Savage, B. B. Hender
son, Geo. It. Lindsay, 15. J. Kellctl
rind P. Espinda.
ine Co. to
At the annual meeting of the
Kaupakalua Wine Company, which
was belli last week, sixty stockhold
ers were present. The election of
ollirers resulted in all the old direc
tors being re-elected. The manager's
report was a satisfactory one, and
the 'newsithat a record crop of grapes
is exptctcd this coming season, was
the cause for much rejoicing.
The Wine Company may enter
n new field of manufacture in the
"'near feature The manufacture of
of pineapple brandy may be taken
. iip, and it is thought that tho in
novation would soon becomo a good
k The company has ordered a one
ton auto-truck from the mainland,
jjmd most of the hauling will be
done with it. A new water system
I'is being put in by George Trimble,
! of Wailuku.
i Mr. anil Mrs. V. Z. Barrus wish to
;tlmnk all the kind friends who so nobly
SfcBine to their assistance financially anil
otherwise after the ditastious fire nt their
home on May 22.
I Xccals $
The steamer I, inline will take away a
cargo of sugar, pineapples ami niola ses.
The Wniluku Sugar Company turned
out a crop of 14,000 tons for the season
Rev. A. Craig llowdish will preach at
the Wailuku Union Church Sunday
More blue pheasants will soon arrive
from Japan and will be1 liberated on
IJ. Partridge, n new overseer for the
Haiku I'ruit Company will arrive soon
The steamer Mexican left Kahului on
June 4 for Hilo. where she will pick up
some more sugar.
The Pali road is in a' bad way, and the
sooner it is fixed up the better it will be
for the automobiles.
The Knhului race track is still muddy
and there is a good deal of water around
the outside of the park
I'ive Japanese were fined 15 each for
fishing in Kale Hay with a net larger
than the regulation size.
"Young Jack Johnson," 16o pounds is
coming to Maui in search of a match.
Set busy, West, and train down.
The Palis of Clyde arrived nt Knana
pali on Thursday last, with a cargo of
oil for the Pioneer Mill Company.
The big dredger at Kahului will finish
up the work at present contracted for,
and then will return to Honolulu.
t. Soates, father of Louis 'Soarcs, is
revisiting Maui after an absence of thirty
odd years. He is staying with' his son.
Three Chinese,' who reside in Kiliei,
forfeited bail of $ each, in preference to
appearing before Judge McKay yester
A. W. Collins and 1). C. Lindsay beat
J. J. Walsh and K. R. lievins is the Ka
hului tournament. The score was S-6,
6-4. ' u ,
Dr. S. B. Russell left for Hilo, via
Honolulu, on Wednesday Inst. They
will remain on Hawaii for about three
A Chinese who was caught smoking
opium at Kiliei was given ten days jail
by Judge McKay, at the police court
Services at the Wailuku Union Church.
will be in the auditorium tomorrow, on
account of the work being done on the1
new organ. '
W. F. Patterson expects to ship 60
tons of pines from his homestead. The
'farm" is looking well and the owner is
Hugh Howell took n flying trip to
Honolulu during the week, and attended
to some important business while in the
capital city. .
Mrs, I). II. Case and Miss -Mthea Case
will be returning to the islands on the
Honolulau, which sails from San Prati-
nil Tnlv o.
"j - 1 j - 1
W. T. Robinson returned from Hono
lulu during the week. The ex-Senator
went to 'town" in order to give evidence
in a laud case.
George E. Smithies, the bank inspect.
or, was in town for a few days., He
finished up l'is work and found every.
A start 011 the construction of the
Kahakuloa road will foon be made. The
survey work is finished right through to
Mrs, George Weight who went to
Honolulu a few weeks ngo to be ouerat
ed 011 is recovering well and is expected
back home soon.
lien Williams beat Heal I in the Holfing
Cup tennis tournament last Sunday
morning, lien says it was almost warm
enough to be enjoyable.
The new armory at Lahaina is being
rapidlv erected and the, best ,of work is
being put into it. The building is be
ginning to show up well.
D. H. Case, Maui's County Attorney,
has written Deputy ISiios Vincent to the
effect that lie exprcts'to be back in Wai
luku on or about July 20.
A thorough search of the pineapple
fields of Haiku has failed to locate any
sign of the fungus disease that is doing
so much damage on Kauai.
Prank Knos, the Honolulu gluts expert,
is putting in the plate glass windows ol
the Maui Dry Goodsjiew store. He ex
pects to finish the job today.
The schooner Honoipo sailed front
Hana for San Francisco last Wednesday
She took 1 ,003 tons of sugar and was
towed to sea by the Claudiue.
The Lahaina School is assuming the
look of n splendid public institution and
the workmen are putting in great licks.
The school will be a credit to all Maui.
Diptheria has made its appearance in
Wailuku again, but the board of health
officials have quarantined the patients
and contacts, and a spread of the disease
is. not feared.
The searchlight display of the Mauna
Kea is always appreciated at Lahaina.
All the town turns out, and the wharf is
crowded during thetiuiethesteamer is in
Tom llurningham, the well known and
popular salesman, broke his right leg-,011
Decoration Day, He slipped on hls
lawn and came down with the leg un'der
Work on the new Animal Quarantine
Station at Kahului will be gone ahtjpd
with asjsou,gshe,Jumbr)s jill (jtriv-
edi fioine lumber is now being1 put on
There was a big haul of fish nt Kahu
lui this week. About 12,000 oklilc
were landed. There were also good
catches at Waichu, where some fine fish
were hauled in.
The Stork called at the home of A,
Gerncr, on Wcdnesdny last nnd, when
the bird had departed, it was found that
a fine little girl had been left behind to
brighten the house nt Puunene.
Antone Do Rego who, on. the Feast of
Corpus Christ!, tore down the old ting of
Portugal and raised the Republican bunt
ing, has been prosecuted for malicious
injury. He will appear in court on June
According to Dan Case there has been
more thunder and lightning in Topeka,
Kansas during one week, than there has
been in Hawaii during one year. And
it Was not on account of Dan being in
Miss Helen Do Rego will become the
bride of Joseph Moniz this evening, nnd
the happy couple will depart for Iao
Valley for their honeymoon. Mr. Moniz
is the popular bookkeeper of the Maui
Dry Goods Company.
David Nape, the well known composer
of the "Aloha Selections" and for many
years tl:e lender of a fine orchestra, died
in Seattle on At ay 1(1. Mr. Nape was a
brother of Mrs. W. II. Field, of
Wailuku, and the sad news reached her
by mail on Wednesday last.
Our esteemed contemporary declares
that one Supervising Principal should
be enough for the County of Maui. A
nice one man's job it would be to visit
all the schools on Molokai, Lanai, at La
haina, Wniluku district, Maknwao dis
trict, Hamakuapoko, Kipahulu, Hana
nnd several other places on this island
Mr. nnd Mts W. H. Field entertained
nt dinner in honor of Mr. Phil Dankcy,
ol Honolulu, last Sunday. The other
guests were Miss Clonan, Mrs. Steven
son, Mr. Hottel and Mr. Stevenson.
Th affair was a merry one and the guest
of honor left Maui with a high regard
for the hospitality of the island people.
The Japanese of Wailuku have been
giving perform inces nt tile plantation
enmp show house, in aid of the local
Japanese Clmrchand School. Theshqws
started on Thursday night nnd were con
tinued last night There will be a final
perfonnnnce this evening. Quaint dances
form an attractive feature of the shows.
I Huto motes. I
i "As an evidence of the decline of
the six-cylinder car in Europe,"
'says Mr. Hay R. Cook, who handles
thu foreign business of tho Cadillac
(Motor Car Co., and who recently
'returned from an extended business
.trip abroad, "Mr. Chas. Raoul
.Duval, our Paris dealer, took in
trade a high grade- six-cylinder car
of European standard make which
originally sold for about $4,500.
He allowed a good sum for it and
after carrying it for some months
'Mr. Huotil-Duval says that he has
reduced the price from time to time
and that now he would be glad to
get 8500 for it. He stated that his
only hope of getting rid of it was
to land some American tourist, as
there seems to he almost no market
for' that type any more among
The Hoard of License Commissioners
for 'he County ol Maui, will hold fi meet-
imr at the mihlic room in the Masonic
Templeahului, 011 Thursday, the 19th
dav of June 1913, at 10 n, m. to consider
the application of W. 11. Field, for n Second-Class
License, Hotel, to sell intoxi
cating liquors, 'at the premises known as
the Maui Hotel, Wailuku, under the pro
visions of Act 119, Sessions Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under such applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary of
the hoard not later than the time set for
May 16, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Commis
sioners. May 17, 24, 31, June 7.
To Prospective Builders
Will prepare plans and specifica
tions for building of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Prices Reasonable 'and Satisfaction
FORT STREET HONOLULU
' All person!) indebted to the cstitteT' of
snid deceased are hereby notified to make
immediate payment to the undersigned
at the Baldwin National Bank, Kahului,
Maui. And all creditors of sain estate,
are notified to present their claittts, duly
verified and with proper voucherTuttach
ed (if any "exist,) even though such
claims be secured by mortgage of rcnl
estate, to the undersigned at the said
Baldwin National Bank, within six
months from the first publication of this
notice or within six mouths after the
same shall become due, or such claims
will be forever barred.
Dated at Knhului, this 2nd dny of
June, A. D, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Administrator of the listatc of Mnry
Sylvn, late of Laliaiua, Maul, Deceased.
June 7, 14,. 21, 28.
TUB C.OVEHNMENT MAIJKET
1NG DIVISION AT HONOLULU
HAVING lililiN ABOLISHED BY
ACT OP TUB LEGISLATURE
Ai-TUii junb ;io, isua. this
DfcPAlt TMBNT CAN RECEIVE NO
CONSIGNMENTS OI: PRODUCE
FROM I-ARA1BRS APTHR THAT
VICTOR S. CLARK,
COMMISSIONER Ol3 IMMIGRA
TION, LABOR AND STATISTICS.
Notice of Sule ot Residence Lots.
The following residence lots situate at
Oliuda, Maknwao, Mnui, will be offered
for snle nt public auction nt the follow
ing upset price nt the front door to the
Court House, Mnkawno, Maul, at 12
o'clock noon 1 Saturday, July 26, 1913!
Terms of Sule Cash.
No person will be allowed to purchase
more than one lot. Purchaser to pay
cost of stamp.
Lot Area Appraised
No. (Acres) Value.
6 .1 2.69 100.00
7 7.79...., , 100.00
8 .....2.8S..1 100.00
; 3.00 , 100,00
, 2,75. 100.00
, 2.70 100.00
16 2.42 100.00
17 3.00 loo. 00
lS , 2,33 100.00
19 3.00 ... 100.00
The proceeds from the sale of the lots
in this tract will not be expended for
roads in this tract.
At the same time and place, the fal
lowing residence lots will be offered for
sale; situate at Waiohull-Keokea, Kula,
Lot Area Appraised
No. (Acres) Value.
73, Sec. 1 3.00 $ 60.00
73, Sec 2 1.93 40.00
Purchaser to pay cost of stamp.
l'or maps and further information, ap
ply nt the ofiicc ol W. O. Aiken, Sub
Agent, Maknwao, Maui, or at the office
of the Commissioner of Public Lands,
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated at Honolulu, May 16, 1913.
Mny 24, 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28, July
5, 12, 19, 26.
fames C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil engineer S Surveyor.
Oi'i'icii Makkut & Main St.
Wailuku :-: :-: Maui
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Tlnll ' Wnlliilrn. mi Virsl mill Thiril
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
Brothers cordially invlteil.
. JOHN K. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MI5DEIROS, P. S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 98-V, A. F. GrsA. M
Stated meetings will be held at'
Masnnie Hall, Kahului, on J he first
Saturday night of each month ut 7.30
Visiting brethren ure cordially iu
vlted to attend
W. W. WKSCOATT, R. W. M.
C. 15. COPELAND,
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager.
88 King Street, Honolulu.
Latest Hawaiian Records.
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machines, Primatono and
Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
In the Matter of the Estate of MARV
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed, and has
qualified, as administrator of the estate
of Mary Sylva, late of Lahaiua, Maui,
JULY 4, 1913
For years Maui Races have
been the best in the Islands
and the 1913 program will
surpass those pf former
years. The pro gram will
With an excellent track, a
and Maui's ideal climate, the
Fourth of July Race Meet
will be an enjoyable outing.
Come and spend the day
with us. Reduced rates on