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THE MAUI NEWS.tSATURDAY, JUNK 28, 1913.
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filially forceil to tii-ny litrsolf tli
pleasure of watching tlie play ami
seek litltt'i- in a street car. Some
tlial fellow will prolnlly get some
v tiling in the shape, of a horsewhip
ping tliat he will rememher.
So the Filipinos have confessed t
the murder McDuffie had suspected
them of ever since their last crime
And the bold had one of the lot has
changed his tune and, instead of
being brave, he is ullowing the cur
instincts to crop out. I3y the time
they reach the scaffold they will
liaveto.be helped up so the hangmai
can slip the noose around their
necks. May they stand and fal
together. The case has been inter
esting, and it has given McDuffie a
chance to show what he can do in a
a case where there is scarcely any
evidence to work upon. Taking
the thing all through there is much
credit due the detective force of
Parents of children under instruc
tion atPunahou, view with alarm the
suggestion by Albert Judd that rates
be increased. It is not long since
the tuition was advanced in adverse
ratio to the dividends on sugar
shares and, to have another up-
shoot in prices vill be something
that may mean an increase in mem
bership in the public schools.
Oahu College has for years been
recognized as the house of learning
for the well-to-do, but if sugar
stocks continue to go still further
below the horizon, it will have to
be referred to as the school for
children of the one-time Ach.
Felix Brughelli sent his string of
horses three of them with three of
John O'Rourke's to Maui on Tues
day, by the Alaui. Felix complains
of the difliculty experienced in get
the his stock away, owing to the
uncertain schedules of the Inter-Island.
John Wise, as financial agent,
left for Waimea, Hawaii, on Satur
day with George Allen, "Doony"
Hartmann, Miller and wife who arc
to settle down as farmers on the
big island. There was a hui of
Ilawaiians or part-IIawaiians among
the number of applicants for home
steads on Hawaii. Wise was one
of tin in, hut he drew a blank
Arrangements had been made with
a wealthy widow-.i native daughter-
to finance, the scheme for three year
but when Wise failed to draw a lot
she balked. Then it was arranged
that the men were to plan! rorn
sue 10 provide money lor steam
plows, seed cultivation, including
cost of lalMir, and living expenses
for three years by which time, bar
ring the instrodueti'Mi of e.uv four of
the hundreds of pests known to farm
ers, the place would be self supporting
V condition in this agreement is one
that makes Wise financial agent
representing the widow. This will
not interfere with him in his duticR
of getting up the Ilawaiians diction
ary authorized by the last legisla
! mucin in j',wa niviuenii to live
ents a share was more welcome
news to shareholders than if the
suspension had come. Ever since
cultivation of sugar became a full
Hedged industry,' children have
been brought to consider it thecoun
try's salvation and treat it with due
respect. But with free sugar star
ingthecountry in the face, and noth
ing in the soil sufficiently developed
to take its place, it does not appear
to be suffieent salvation for the
people of this earthly paradise.
On the other hand a majority of
the inhabitants of this section have
been brought up to look with a sort
of snu nose expression upon the
soldier:' sent hero by Uncle Sam
There re two reasons why this
condith l should not last. In the
first pla e, they are our only pro
tectors against a possible or probable
enemy and if it were not for the
military this city would be in the
paws of the demention bow-wows
commercially speaking. The soldiers
get their pay regularly, and spend
it with the greatest precision in the
various shops. Supplies are pur
chased and money distributed quite
as generally as when the revenue
came from sugar. So if Honolulu
loses in one way, she will still
have support and, while sales may
be reduced, there will be business
enough to keep things going. The
Fort street shop windows show as
many beautiful gowns as when sugar
was at its best.
James C. Toss, 3r.,
Civil Engineer St Surveyor.
Office Market & Main St.
Wailuku :-: :-: Maui
Harry Artmtage. I. Cushuian Carter
Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.,
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
P. O. Box 683. Telephone aioi.
Cable and Wireless Address:
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 3239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
Brothers cordially invited.
JOHN E. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MEDEIROS, F. S.
WAILUKU -:- PHONE -:- 57
Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc.;
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, TONY ABREU. Chauffeur;
also a-Ton Buick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
ALOHA LODGE NO 3 KNIGHT 8
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
W. A. SPARKS. C. C.
A .MARTINSUN, K. R. & S
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they certainly "did". Two runs
came across for them in tho initial
spasm and the score then did not
look so bad.
There was nothing doing in the
second, third or fourth, but in the
fifth, the Kahuluis piled up two
runs through the agency of Kahawi
nui and Robinson. The Puunenes
replied with three runs made by
Macaulay, Wadsworth and Myers.
That tied the score and then the
noise began and lasted to the end of
In the seventh, the Kahuluis did
the trick by scoring fourmen and
although the Puunenes came hack
with one, that was the end, and the
game finished up as shown above.
The meeting between the Kahu
luis and the Stars next Sunday
should be a snorter and the baseball
ans of Maui can rest assured that
the go will be a beauty from start
to finish. And may the better team
The Maui liaseball players are the
altjjf the earth, and the Honolulu
isitors will find that out when they
arrive here on the Fourth.
The full score of Sunday's game
AB 11 BH I'O A E
Carroll, ss 4 1 0 0 3 1
Kahaawinui, lb.. 4 2 1 8 11
Swan, 2b 4 13 4 12
Meyer, p.. 4 2 2 1 2 0
Kaleo, c 3 1 2 8 2 3
Viela, 3b... . 4 0 0 0 3 0
linos, if 4 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, cf 110 3 10
Maxwell, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0
,ong, If 4 11 3 0 0
Al! R HI! I'O A E
Taylor, 21 1
Wadslorth, ef. .
Do Rcgu, c
Ah Sue, lb
0 2 0 m 1 i - yj
1 0 0 MM . ' " v gate
0 0 0
Home Runs Kaleo, Meyer. Two
base hits Swan, Wadsworth, My
ers. Stolen bases Carroll, Ka
haawinui, Swan, Meyer, Robinson,
Wadsworth, Myers. First base on
balls Off Macaulay, 4; Meyer, 2.
Struck out By Meyer, 8; Macau-
lay, G. Passed balls Kaleo, G.
Score by innings.
1234 5 0 89
Kahului 3 0002040 09
Puunene....2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 G
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERKITOltV OF
At Chambers, In Divorce.
MARY AMOK, Libellant, vs. YEK
QUON'Libellee. Libel for Divorce.
TkrriTory of IIavaii:J
To Yee Quon, Libellee. You are here
by notified that the above entitled suit,
the same being for a divorce from you
on the grounds of desertion and non
support, is now pending in the above
entitled Court, and that the same will be
heard and determined on Thursday, the
4lh day of September, A. D. 1913, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, or as
soon thereafter as may be set by the
Judge of said Court, sitting at Chambers.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 23, 1913.
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART, Clerk.
J. W. KALUA,
Attorney for Libellant.
June 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 2.
For Sale on July 21st, 1913, at noou at
the office of E. R. BEVINS.
I Iron Safe.
t Office Desk.
1 Revolving Chair.
i Doz. Ord. Chairs.
1 Type Writer.
I Type Writer Desk.
1 Large Book-case.
I Small Book case.
I Set Bedroom Furniture.
I Bath enamel Tub.
I Set Eucyclopidia of Law.
I Set Eucyclopidia Fleading
Practise some Hawaiian Reports.
I Set World's Famous Orations and a
lot of Text Books Dictionaries Novels
A. F. TAVARES.
Administrator of theEstateof J. M. Vivas.
June 28, July, 5, 12.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of ANNIE
K. EMMESLY, Late of Kailua, Maka-
wao, Maui, Deceased.
Ordkr of Notick of Petition for
Allowance of Accounts, Dktkrmin-
no Trust and distributing the
Est at k.
"On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Antone F. Tavares,
Administrator of the Estate of Annie K.
Emmesly, of Kailua, Makawao, Mam,
deceased, wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed 129. 75 and charged with $ox
and asks that the same be examined ami
approved, and that a dual order be made
of Distribution of the remaining property
to the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility hereiu:
It is Ordered, that on Monday, the 28
lay of July, A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge presiding at
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time and
lace for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
ause, if any they have, why the sume
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entiled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui Nkws,
a weekly newspaper printed and publish-
d in said Wailuku, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not less
than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated the 16th day of June, Iyli.
(Sd." S. B.'KINOSHURY,
Judge or the Circuit Court of the Second
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND H. HART.
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Circuit'
Of our new store was a grand success and we
were much pleased at the many flattering com
ments made on the new goods displayed last
Saturday. While we are justly proud of the
display made at that time, we want to make
this Saturday and every other Saturday just
as interesting for our patrons as was our open
ing day. Here you will always find the new
est of the season's goods and at prices that will
Two departments of this great store deserve
Special mention at this time; we refer to the
In this department we are
showing an exceptionally
strong line of shirts, in both
silk and the cheaper grades
with and without collar, in
plain and striped patterns;
and a new line of hats in
the latest shapes and styles,
both straw and felt; our
line of gents' shoes com
prise a complete assortment
of tans, black and white
shoes, high and low styles;
you must see these shoes to
appreciate them; underwear
for the hot weather in cot
ton and linen, in fact every
thing for the men can be
found in this department,
in a larger variety than ever
shown in Wailuku before.
Never before has it been
our privilege to display so
many of the season's nov
elties as you will find here
today; our buyer selected
this stock from the largest
eastern markets with an in
timate knowledge of what
is suitable for our patrons.
A select few of trimmed
hats; ready-to-wear frocks,
from the simple muslin to
the more elaborate lace and
embroidery trimmed gowns,
oxfords of the latest lasts,
as well as the white shoes,
which are now so popular;
stockings in lisle and silk, in
all colors; and other goods,
too numerous to mention,
and at very low prices.
Maui Dry Goods and
Grocery Co., Ltd.
34 J 9 27 13 7
June 21, 28, July 5,i2.