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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
Party at lao
There wis a grout children's event
tt Kupaniwni on Wednesday last,
when the eleventh birthday of Mas
ter Herbert C. Field was celebrated.
Over forty children from Wailuku
and Kahtilui were invited guests,
and games of all sorts kept them
happy all the nnrnintf. At noon
the youngsters sat down to a real
outdoor picnic, which they enjoyed
to tin limit.
Tlio kids were taken back and
forth in the cars of Mrs. II. B. l'en
hullow, Mrs. W. S. Searby, Mrs.
Wadsworth and Mrs. Field. There
was nothing to mar the day, and
the tired but happy bunch arrived
home in the afternoon.
At two o'clock a fine entertain
ment was given by the youngsters,
and the program was as follows;
1. Piano Solo Nnomi Robinson
( Muriel Duncan
2. Duet Vocal , .
3. Speech Grncie Schrailer
.4. Piano Solo Aileen Walsh
5. Song Alma Robinson
6. Dance (Highland Fling). ..Gracie Schrailer
7. Song and ( Henrietle and
Iiance Annie Hart
8. Speech Margaret Soper
( frauds Field
9. 1'iauo Duet ....
( Mrs. l'ield
to. Song Tait Robinson
.1, Spanish Muriel Duncan
Dance ( Alma Robinson
( Herbel Field
12. Piano Duet j Mrs lfiel(1
13. Piano Solo Naomi Robinson
14 Chours All the Children
To Meet on
Maui delegates to the ninety-first
annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association report tlrit
the session was one of unusual in
terest and great spiritual signifi
cance. The uplift of the great
meetings was felt by all. The early
morning prayer meetings were full
of earnestness and helpfulness.
The discussions upon vital topics
concerning the work of the Church
was lively and always to tho point.
One of the most interesting oc
casions was the reception to the
Rev. II. II. Parker on Saturday
afternoon, when several hundred
delegates anil a large number of
people from Honolulu greeted the
venerable pastor of the Kawaiahao
Church, who had com Dieted his
fiftieth year of service The day
following, marked the celebration
of tlie fiftieth anniversary of the
founding of the Hawaiian Board of
Missions. The addresses on that
jeeasion were noteworthy. They
pointed out tho wonderful change
that Christianity and civilization
had brought to Hawaii, tho mission
from Hawaii itself to the Marquesas
Islands, when Hawaiian ministers,
who themselves had been but recent
products of Christianity took the
message to the South Seas. This
phase of the celebration made a
Open Saturday, July 12
A new market where you can
get goods that are fresh every
day, kept in a sanitary manner
Live and Dressed Poultry
Salt and Corned Meats
Dutro & Tanioka
Market St. opposite Maui Meat Co.
great impression upon all those
Another interesting meeting was
tho tinging contest that was inaug
urated by the Rev. Frank S. Seud
der. This took place on Tuesday
night and the Church was packed
with interested spectators. The
Maui delegation did well, but Ha
waii led in all points of excellence.
It is hoped that next year Maui
may take tho banner
Tho delegates voted unanimously
to have the next session at the
Kaahumanu Church in Wailuku,
and the following committees were
ippointed by the moderator: En
tertainment Committee Rev. L. B.
Kaumeheiwa, chairman, Hon. J.
Kalua, Frank F. Baldwin, H.
A. Baldwin, Mrs. Joseph Welsh
and Wm. Kukona. Rev R. B.
Dodge was appointed treasurer.
Tho Program Committee is as fol-
ows: Rov. II. B. Dodge, chairman,
V. II. Rice of Kauai, Rev. Akaiko
Akana of Oahu, Rev. A. C Bow-
dish of Makawao and Hon. J. W.
Kalua of Wailuku. Rev. L. B.
Kaumeheiwa was elected moderator,
Rev. H. Kapu vice-moderator and
D Kellett, scribe.
Tho session will be held in July
probably, and special plans will be
soon made for entertaining the largo
number of delegates that is expect
ed. It is ten years since the annual
meetings were held on Maui. The
people here are looking forward
with keen anticipation to the big
In connection with the work of
the Association, the Sunday Schools
and tho Societies of Christian En
deavor held their conventions.
These were also largely attended.
At the picnic of the Good
Shepherd Sunday School, held at
Kahului beach last Wednesday,
Willie Cuuunings beat the record
by winning in the sack race, the
backward race and the hop, skip
and jump. Kenneth Wallace, a
Hcnolulu visitor, carried off second
honors by winning the running
broad jump, and throwing the
The other winners of the ribbon
prizes were Eliza Lewis and Frank
Bal for the egg and spoon races;
Eva Vivas and Wells Cuiiimings,
for the girls' and boys' races.
Leslie Lewis won the sack race for
girls. Francis Spencer the stand
ing broad jump. David Parker
and Conie won the three-legged
The morning was spent wading
and bathing, and lunch was spread
under the trees back of the Club
House. Iwo autos from lao
Stables conveyed the children to
and fro, and the day was perfect
The three postponements of the
fun seemed to put no damper what
ever on the enjoyment.
Among the many changes in the
schools of the territory are some
that move teachers from big towns
to little ones and from small vil
lages to large places. In some cases
the teachers are delighted with the
change but, in many other instances,
the instructors are worried.
Maui Jeachers have been remov
ed, changed, promoted and reduc
ed. There have been many such
changes and among the promotions
may be mentioned with pleasure
the cases of George S. Raymond
now inspector, tormer pnncipa
Case, now Sunervisinir Princinal
and H. A. Wade, of WailukufTvho
goes to Laupahoehoe as principal
of that school.
George Raymond has always im
pressed everybody with his energy
glad to hear of his promotion to
the position vacated by Inspector
Gibson when he became Superin
tendent of the department.
Mr. Case is well known 011 Maui
and lie has always been looked up
on as a first-class man. Before
coming- to Maui he was located on
Hawaii where he bears an equally
Herbert A. Wade is a compara
tively new man in the islands but,
right from the start, he made good
in the education department. He
taught for over one year at the
Wailuku school and has now been
given his first position as principal.
There is every indication that Mr.
Wade will reach much higher pos
itions in the service.
Miss Carrie Dunn, of I.ahaina, has
been spending n few days in Wailuku.
L. Weiuzheimer has been appointed
liquor commissioner, vice J. N. S. Wil
It is expectad that the instruments for
the Paia band will arrive within a short
time from now.
Attorney Murphy went down to Hono
lulu to enter a writ of error in the case
of Ting vs. Born.
A Filipino who was convicted of gross
cheat got three mouths jail at the police
court on Wednesday last.
Charlie Ilottel is again on Maui. He
is now traveling for the Honolulu Brew
ing & Malting Company.
J. S. Ralston, the wireless operator, is
on a two weeks vacation and is putting
in the time at Makawao.
There was a lineup of rent autos yes
terday, and they were all inspected by
the Special Officer Voeller.
Portable track will be laid along the
new Kihei wharf and this wilt make the
transportation of material easy.
W. W. Walsh was elected a trustee of
the Maui Chamber of Commerce in place
of J. N. S. Williams, who is out of the
The Hawaiian Dredging Company put
in the lowest bid for the dredging of
Kahului harbor, and they will probably
get the contract.
The Women's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its Annual
Bazaar and sale of work on the evening
of Saturday November 15.
W. G. Let, a Honolulu plumber, is
goiug to settle in Wailuku. He is well
recommended by those who know the
work he did when in Honolulu.
H. A. Wade left for Honolulu last
Wednesday afternoon. He will proceed
to Canada for his vacation and intends
to stay away about two months in all.
W. Leslie West leaves for his home in
Australia next Monday. He received
word that his mother is very ill. He
will be away about two mouths or so.
Secretary Crockett, of the Maui Racing
Association, received many congratuln
tions 011 the way in which he handled his
part of the Fourth of July celebrations,
Myers won the Iiolfing cup at Puuueiie
and it took five sets to decide the matter.
W. A. Collins was the runuer-up, and he
made Mycrsextcud himself right through
The Santa Rita came in last Sunday
morning with a cargo of oil. She left
the same day for San Francisco. The
Rev. Freeman, of Los Angeles, is mak
ing the round trip on the steamer.
The false start race between Major
Collier and Athloue was far more excit
ing than the real event. As Collier won
on both occasions there was no possible
kick coming from the Athlone backers.
W. Bal, Jr., won the bowling tourua
nieut at Puuueue and he has the wonder
ful average of 176 for 100 names. For
five games he average 2:6, which is
record that will stand for a long time to
Many people commented upon the
fact that the Maui Racing Association
had to import a man from Honolulu to
act as announcer. The choice of official
was not approved of by many people,
Dutro and Tanioka are opening up
store on Market street and they intend
to handle poultry, fish, corned beef, eggs
and vegetables. The best of goods will
be stocked and the whole store will be
11. w. Klce's big car turned turtle on
the Lahaiua road last Monday night.
The Japanese chauffeur, who was alone
iu the car, was slightly injured. The
car was righted later on aud shipped to
Two young men traveled forty-four
miles on July Fourth in order to get
glass of beer each. The pair jumped in
to an auto aud rail over to Lahaina
where the closing law of the Fourth
"Peanuts," n Honolulu character, was
fined $25 at the police court for the
larceny of a suit case. He said that he
needed the money to go bail; to Hono
lulu. Chief McDuflie will! be glad to
hear that the lad is in the laud of the
M, H. Newman will arrive on Maui
tonight bringing with him some excel
lent pictures, which have been exhibited
in Honolulu during the past week. The
first of these pictures will be shown at
the Wailuku Orpheum Tuesday eveuing
The infant son of Wren Wescoatt, of
Puuueue, met with a very severe accid
ent last Tuetday. The little fellow fell
into a tub of boiling water aud was
scalded on the lower part of the body.
The child is getting on as well as can be
The house ofaMiss 15. Borba wasentered
ou Wednesday last, and a necklace and
a broach were stoleu. A boy, thirteen
years of age, has been arrested and
charged with the offense. Aa he is a
juvenile, he will probably be sent to the
A. H. Ford has written the Maui
Chamber of Commerce asking that body
to provide some articles on Maui. The
scheme is to print the stories iu the Mid
Pacific magazine. The chamber went on
record as not feeling inclined to take
action iu the matter.
At the recent meetingsof the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association held in Hono
lulu at the Kawaiahao Church, two men
from Maui were elected to membership
in the Hawaiian Board of Missions: Rev.
Collins G. Burnham, of Lahaina, aud
Rev. R. B. Dodge of Wailuku.
Dan Carey did some flue driving on
the Fourth, when he sent Deruevo around
the track to victoryin three straightheats.
The crowd was with Dan and when,
at the end of the race, he was photo
graphed, everybody cheered. "Bill"
Campbell stood alongside McPhee, the
owner, aud appeared injthe group.
The picnic of the Wailuku Union Sun
day School will be held at the Waihce
Beach House on Tuesday afternoon next.
The members of the School and the
cradle roll members, together with the
parents, are all invited to attend. All
those wishing to go to the picnic had
better notify Mrs. H. B. Penhallow not
later than today, so that transportation
can be arranged.
J. E. Souza writes the Maui Nitws to
the effect that he claims that the Maui
Junior baseball team was "rigged" to
beat the P. A C. Junior, in the second
game on July 5. Souza says that Senior
players were were put in the team on
account of the locals being defeated in
the fiftt game by a score of 16 to 11. We
have"oubles of our own, and Mr. Souza
can thrash the matter out with the Maui
CARD OP THANKS.
The family of the late Judge Copp
wish to convey their heartfelt thank to
all those who extended such kind sym
pathy in their late bereavement.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of
CHARLES COPP, Late of Kokomo,
Kula, Maui, Deceased.
Order oi Notice ok Hearing Peti
tion kor Prorate of Hearing.
A Document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of Charles Copp,
late of Kokomo, Makawao, Maui, de
ceased, having on the 8th day of July,
A. D. 1913, been presented to said Pro
bate Court, and a Petition for Probate
thereof, praying for the issuance of Let'
ters Testamentaty to Louisa Victoria
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 18th
day of August, A. D. 1913, ht 10 o'clock
A. M., of said day, at the Court Room
of said Court at Wailuku, Maui, be aud
the same is hereby appointed the time
and place for provinir said Will aud
hearing said application.
It is further Ordered, that notice there
of be given, by publication once a week
for three successive weeks in the Maui
News, a weekly newspaper, printed and
published iu Wailuku, Maui, the last
publication to be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein appointed
(Sd.) . S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the 2nd
Dated Wailuku, Maui, July 8, 1913.
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