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Till? MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913.
The sacred pictures entitled
"From the Manger to the Cross"
were exhibited at the 1'ioneer
Theatre on June 26. There was
a large attendance- Light was
furnished by a dynamo.
Another concert by the Olowalu
(ilee Club was the attraction for
The Reeve's Concert Troupe
gave an excellent entertainment at
the Pioneer Theatre on June 28.
There was a small fire in the
rear of the Lahaina stole at 4:45
last Satin day afternoon, while Mr.
J. F. ti. union was at dinner. Akana
suit a boy on horseback to get the
hose cart, and to inform Mr.
Cannon. A telephone, message
wis sent to the mill A small shed
was burned: also a gasoline drum.
Last Sunday morning, -'3 luem
beis of Company L. attended
iciviceal the Kpiscopal Church,
in commemoration of the 50th an
niversary of the battle of Gettysburg.
LASS MOST ELASTIC.
Glass is one of the most interest
ing as well as one of the most pecu
liar things in the world. It has
curious and contradictory qualities,
and many astonishing phenomena
are connected with it. Brittle and
breakable as it ir, yet it exceeds
almost all other bodies in elasticity.
If two glass balls are made to
strike eaeli other at a given force,
the recoil, by virtue of their elastic
ity, will be nearly equal to their
orignal impetus Oomieeted with
its brittleness are some very singu
Take a. hollow sphere, with a
boh', and stop the bole wi.h a lin
ger, so as to prevent the external
and internal air from communica
ting, anq the sphere will fly to
pieces ly the mere heat of the band.
Vessels made of glass that have
been suddenly cooled possess the
curious property of being able to
resist hard blows given to them
from without, but will be instantly
shivered by a small particle of Hint
dropped into their cavities.
This property seems to depend
upon the comparative thickness of
the bottom; the thicker the bot
tom is, the more certainty of break
age by this experiment.
Some of these vessels, it is stated,
have resisted the stroke of a mallet
given with a suilieient force. to drive
a nail into wood, and heavy bodies,
such as musket balls, pieces of iron,
bits of wood, jasper, , stone, etc.,
have been cast into them from a
height of two ni tlnvc feet, without
any effect , yet a fragment of Hint
not larger than a pea dropped from
a height of three inches has made
them ll.v to pieces.
Coining money is about the most
dillicult proposltioli ever undertak
en by the United States. The pre
cautions taken to insure perfection
in the money Uncle Sam turn out
are a bout as complete as any under
taking that engages the attention of
Out of ( Very fresh batch of silver
dollars made in the United State?
mints half a dozen are sent to the
Treasury at Washington to be tested
as samples. If they turn out to be
of the requisite fineness and weight
it is taken for granted that the
whole edition is correct.
For tin' test, the coin, alter being
weighed, is rolled out in a thin flat
strip more than a foot in length.
Then the strip is placed benea'h a
row of punches, whfch punch holes
in it, so that after passing beneath
the instrument it, has the look of a
A great many silver disks are
thus obtained, and of these a dozen
n ' 1 n v- est is a wo v ie.
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Has room for alt live toes to lie perfectly in
jy tlieir natural position'-. . : :
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$ 1U51 FOIfY STRKKT, : : HONOLULU
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The Official Baseball
Spalding Cork Centre Ball
.Send for complete catalogue of Spalding Goods.
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or so are taken and assayul. to find
out how much silver they contain.
I icing obtained from various parts
of the coin, they represent fairly tliu
If the weight is too little, beyond
a liny fraction, the whole batch of
coins must be melted and made
over again, and the same thing
must be done if the fineness is not
up to standard. Otherwise the as
sayer indorses the mintage and the
dollars go into circulation.
AID TO CHOPS.
A rather surprising degeee of in
iluenee of the wind upon plant,
growth and crops has been show n by
the experiments of )r. Oscar I'.ern
beck, a Gebnan professor of agri
culture. Severe gales tend to pri duce de
formity, giving a twisted ami knot
ty shape to twigs; and ordinary
winds diminish the energy of growth
of sprouts through the increase of
transpiration and alteration ;f cir
culatory conditions, and have a dry
ing elTcct that in some cases causes
serious injury to both soil and
"Under a wind of thirty-three feet
per second t lie ground losses three or
four times as much water as on pro
tected land. On ground sufficiently
moist strong sprouts are but little
affected, but on some soils Up
growth with no wind is three times
as great as with a wind of thirty
three feet per second.
Protection is to be sought by
various kinds of wind shields, such
as walls and hedges, and especially
by planting forests on neighboring
NEW TIME SYSTEM.
Tl.euseofthe new twenty-four-hour
time system in Fiance is like
ly to give rise to some rather C'irious
results. One of these is brought out
by A l)c Mortellet, and relates to
the striking of the hour.
It will not be a very practical to
use twenty-four strokes or less in
succession, as these would be very
difficult to' count after a certain
point. The number of strokes
should therefore be reduced in some
1 le proposes using a double chime,
one hell for units and the second
for tens, the two bells to have a dif
ferent tone. Or else with single
hell rapid strokes would show the
tens, and the slow stroke the units.
With two bells, one bell gives
strokes up to nine. The second bell
ring once for ten. For eleven, the
fi.st bell linys once and the second
once, and so on in the decimal sys
tem. For twenty, the first bell
rings twice, and soon.
OIL AINU WATER
A new hydraulic method of stor
ing petrol or gasoline is credited
with important advantages. The
unused space in the storage tank is
kept always filled with water, and a
s.mple pumping mechanism 'Causes
the water to force the oil out as 10-
In refilling the tank the water is
drained away. The two liquids do
not mix, the light oil alway floating
011 top; there is no loss from crapo
ration, as there is no gas to escape
on refilling, and the oil is preserved
unchanged for any length of time.
in this tract will not be expended for
ronils in this tract.
At the same time and place, the fol
lowing resilience lots will be often (or
sale; situate at Waiohuli-Keokea, Ikula,
Lot Area Appraised
No. (Acres) Value.
73, Sec. 1 3.00 jl 60.00
73, Sec 2 1.93 40.00
Purchaser to pay cost of stamp.
For maps and further information, ap
ply at the office ol W. O. Aiken, Sub
Agent, Makawao, Maui, or at the office
of the Commissioner of Public Lands,
JOSHUA D. TUCKER.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, May 16, 1913.
May 24, 31, June 7, 14, 2t, 28, July
5, 12, 19, 26.
We will pay Ten cents tv Quart
for Pohas. At the Wharf in Hono
lulu. 1Ionouii.it Jam fc Chutney Factory
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Ill the Matter of the Estate of
JOHN 1IOOMALU, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all
persons having, or claiming to have
claims against the estate of John
Hoomalu, deceased, who died at
Paia, Maui, Territory of Hawaii
on May 3rd., 1913, to present their
claims, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers if any exist,
even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to D.
C. Lindsay, Administrator of th
said Kstale at his place of business
at the Baldwin National Bank of
Kahului, Maui, T. II. within six
months from the date of first publi
cation of this notice, or within six
months from the day they fall due,
or they will be forever barred.
Date of first publication June 14,
D. C. LINDSAY
Administrator of the Estate of
John Hoomalu. deceased.
June 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12.
THE GOVERNMENT MARKET
ING D'ISION AT HONOLULU
HAVING BEEN ABOLISHED BY
ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE
AFTER JUNE 30, 1913. THIS
DEPARTMENT CAN RECEIVE NO
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE
FROM FARMERS AFTER THAT
VICTOR S. CLARK,
COMMISSION ER OF IMMIGRA
TION, LABOR AND STATISTICS.
Notice ot Sale of Kenidcnce Lots.
The following residence lots situate at
Oliuda, Makawao, Maui, will he offered
for Side at public auction at the folluw-
I ing upset price at the front door to the
Court House, Makawuo, Maui, at 12
o'clock noon, Saturday, July 26, 1913:
Terms of Sale Cash.
N.i person will be a. lowed to purchase
mote Hutu one lot. i'urch.iner to pay
coit of slam;).
Lot Area Appraised
No. (Acres) Value.
6 a.dy $ 100.00
7 2.79 100.00
8 ..2.SS loo. 00
y 3-lK) ljo,oo
lo ..2 Sy loo.oo
II 2 4y loo 00
12 2.75 100.00
13 2.93 100.00
14 3.00 100.00
15 2.70 loo.oo
16 2.42 100.00
17 3-oo loo.oo
IS 2.33 IlKI.OO
19 3.00 100.00
For Sale on July 2ift. 1913, at noon at
the office of E. R. BEVIXS.
I Iron Safe.
I Office Desk.
I Revolving Chair.
)'z Doz. Ord. Chairs.
I Type Writer.
I Type Writer Desk.
I Large Book-case.
I Small Book case.
I Set Bedroom Furniture.
I Bath enamel Tub.
I Set Encyclopidia of Law.
' I Set Encyclopidia Pleading and
Practise some Hawaiian Reports.
1 Set World's Famous Orations and a
lot of Text Books Dictionaries Novels
A. F. TAVARES.
Administrator of the Estate of J. M. Vivas.
June 28, July, 5, 12.
Notice is hereby given that sealed ten
ders will be received at the office ot the
County Clerk of the County of Maui, up
to 3:00 1. M. Wednesday, July 9, 1913,
for the following:
344 Single school desks No. 6 and 39
212 Single school desks No. 5 and 25
166 Single school desks No. 4 and 22
7o Single school desks No. 3 and 9
reats, to be delivered not later than the
15th day of September, J913, F., O. B.
No tenders will be entertained unless
accompanied by a certified check for a
sum eciual to 5 of the said tenders,
made payable to the order of Samuel E.
Kahuna, Chairman and Executive Officer
of the Hoard of Supervisors.
The Board of Supervisors reserves the
right to reject auy aud all bids.
By Order of the Board of Supervisors,
within aud for tile County of Maui.
Wm. FRED KaAE,
Fresh Haas' Candy
BY PARCELS POST.
Half pound Imixcs delivered to any Post Office on Maui... i .40
Two " " ... 135
This candy Is taken from cold storage
Just before the mail closes, and comes
to you in first class condition.
Uimc KJable"'3(aliuliii Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Su. 'ay)
Tlie following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913.J
5 3313 30,
5 233 20
5 9i3 5
.. Kahului ..
I Spreck- "A
f" elsville "j
A.. - ..L
L" Hama- "A
.. Pauwela ..
U. Haiku ..A
6 40 8 5
6 50,9 00
1 3o 3 35 5 3
1 4" 3 45 5 48
2 50 G 00
3 00 li 10;
0 L-Kahului.. A
2 5 A..Futuene..Lj
OG 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 6:15 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will lie charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Hundred Thousand Dollars
IF INVESTED IN A
Paris Gasoline Turbine
' It will put 50 jo gallons of water where you want it, iu a few minute.
Geo. H. Paris
I O. Uox 35, Honolulu.
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We Sell These.
You watt tho best. Are you ruAy
for it this season?
ara prepared never l-elor lom I oor
nanft n vehu-l.-i aud liarnei. Tbare.f ootb
inir iuiHirinr 10 wbac we are kbowing. in taste,
sttle sefvice. Aluolule lu.noatr in make
au Mei uO. You will agree 'ten we tell jroa
ITS THE FAMOUS
No melter what ;ou want It lt'a baraeeaew
gOQaethiny that runa on wheel. w't
f ot k or will quickly get 1c.
Cotw la Md figur with nc Eientody kainl
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. IL
P. . The Smoebaker nameplat i
it iu guaiautee. Uon't locgat this.
The proceeds from the sale of the lots June 28, July 4,