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THK MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
MAKAWAO, July 0. On t lie
4tli, a picnic wan given nt "Sunny
side," Pain, under the auspices of
the Ladies' Aid Society of the Ma
kawao Union Cliurch. It was large
ly attended. Many of the new
settlers of the Haiku pineapple
lands U'ing present. There were
races and games of all sorts, and a
most bountiful and delicious lunch
served within the Seminary
At 9:30 a. m., a polo game was
le centre of interest.
The line-up which .varied during
the different periods of play, was
something us follows: Greens F.
F. Baldwin, A. V. Collins, J. 1.
Thompson, C. Uurns and George
Steele. Whites Boh Shingle, Ar
thur llice, D. T. Fleming, II. A.
Baldwin and Harold llice.
The game which was hotly con
tested, resulted in 6 goals all, so an
extra period was necessary to decide
The Maui club has regular weekly
practice games preparatory to the
inter-island tournament to take
place in Honolulu in about two
On the 7th, a party of boys under
the charge of lie v. A. C Bowdish
went into camp at Brewer's, Maka
wao, and will "rough it" for a
week. In the party are Bobbie
Murdoch, John Ross McConkey,
Teddy Hair, James Nicoll Scott
Nicoll and S. Boyum. .
On the same day a girls' camp
was set up on the Mrs. II. G.
Alexander premises, Makawao, and
will continue for two weaks.
Among the girls who are under the
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Mrs. Bowdish arc Iois Murdoch,
Dorothy, Bessie and Ruth Lindsay
Virginia McConkey, Winifred
Weddiek, Martha Aiken and others.
Some Kamchameha teachers are
spending the month at "Idlewilde."
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Livingstone
of Honolulu together with their
children are at the Castle place on
Bertram Aiken recently took
some of his Punahou schoolmates
(James Hind, Kenneth Bond, Ern
est Baldwin, Gordon and Donald
Brown) around East Maui via the
crater. They returned from their
trip on July 2nd.
Kenneth Emory of Honolulu is
the guest of Jartd Baldwin at
Olinda. The latter recently re
turned, for the vacation from the
HitVhcoek Military School at San
Dewitt Alexander of Honolulu is
visiting Ilollis Hardy at Makawao.
This week Haleakala Ranch is
having the big cattle-drive of the
year. It will be finished on Friday.
The fruit-fly invaded Kaupaka
lua for the first time this year,
destroying the peach crop. It is to
be hoked that grapes are immune
from tile pest, otherwise the winery
will he Vriously injured as an en
terprise. The X tkawao Orpheum at the
Tarn Sing corner in Makawao has
been recently completed. Joe Leal
of Wailuku will exhibit moving
pictures in it beginning with the
Hon. A. F. Tavares and family
are at their Kamaole ranch for the
The Makawao roads are in fine
condition due in a great measure
to the personal attention of Chair
man S. E. Kahuna. Auto owners
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arc especially grateful for the widen
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Kaluanui, and just above the Paia
W. J. Forlies of Honolulu made
a flying trip to Maui this week per
Claudine for the purpose of bring
ing his two children to Puuomalie
for a vacation visit.
Miss Dorothy Guild who has been
visiting friends at Paia fo"r several
weeks past returned to Honolulu
by the Claudine of July 0th.
P. F. PECK DF.AD.
Monday evening, the 7th, P. F.
Peck, Superintendent of the Kalua
nui section of the M. A. Co 's
plantation, died of Bright's disease
after an illness of several months.
He was about 5S years of age and
came to Maui from the coast about
twelve years ago. .
The funeral ceremony took place
at the Makawao Catholic Church,
the afternoon of the 8th. Besides
his widow, to whom he was married
about two years ago, he leaves two
grown-up children, by a former
marpiage, Miss Rose Peck, a teacher
in Honolulu, and Ed. Peck, head
lunaof Olaa plantation.
The Likolehua Club of Honolulu
gave a concert at the Parish Hall
on July 3rd.
On July Fourth the courthouse,
the Pioneer Hotel the plantation
office, and other buildings were
appropriately decorated; also the
A number of tennis games were
played on the Fourth, at the Club
At the Episcopal Church the
electric lights were burning for the
first time last Sunday evening.
On Sunday afternoon at Hale
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Aloha Rev. R. B. Dodge gave an
interesting account of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association Convention
in Honolulu. He stated that the
convention will be held in Wailuku
next year, and he asked for the
hearty cooperation of Maui
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MacDonald
will visit friends on the large island.
Mrs. J. E. Gannon will sojourn
for several weeks in Honolulu and
Mrs. John Little will take a trip
to the mainland.
Mr. George S. Raymond, having
been promoted by the BoardYof
Education, has removed to Hono
lulu. Miss Roberta S. Caldwell is stay
ing with friends in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg
are enjoying a six weeks' vacation.
Meanwhile Mr. C. D. Lufkin has
charge of the Lahaina Bank.
Judge and Mrs. S. B. Kingsbury.
are entertained at Mr. Lufkin's
Miss Lucy Adams is in Honolulu.
A motor 'bus is now carrying
the mail and passengers between
Lahaina and Wailuku Tnis is a
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