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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913.
There are many people who are
unaware that right in Wailuku is a
fine gymnasium and swimming
tank. The gym is au up-to-date
one, and there is none better in the
islands. Every apparatus that can
be thought of is to bo found in the
big hall, and the men and boys
who exercise there are all the belter
for the work they do in the gym.
The bowlim; alley attached to the
gym is a fine one, and the busy
men of the town and district can
put in au hour or so in the evening,
getting into condition that will
make them feel "real good" the next
The swimming tank is a real boon
now that the hot weather is coming
along again, and the water is always
fresh and cool. The depth of the
tank varies from about two feet to
twelve, and the water looks most
inviting. The new pipe-line that
was put in a couple of weeks ago is
now carrying fresh water from the
city mains to the tank. The old
scheme was to have ditch water but
that has been doneaway with, much
to the delight of the bathers.
Jack Grace, the world known
boxing instructor, is running a
physical culture ohiss at the gym,
and he has also a number ' of lads
to instruct in the noble art. The
sons of the most prominent men in
the district arc pupils of the well
known boxer. Grace takes a great
interest in his pupils and they arc
making rapid headway.
There is a possibility that Grace
will settle down in Wailuku for
some years. He would make a
fine manager for the gymnasium,
and manyjfpeople hope that the
veteran will decide to throw in his
lot with Maui, and Wailuku in
Every Wednesday evening there
is a regular gathering of the busi
ness men of the town, and they go
in for bowling, club swimmimg and
The Wailuku gymnasium is a
good institution, and every man
and lad in the town and district
should become a member. The
ladies are taking to swimming and
there are many bathing parties at
the tank on week days.
At the Wailuku Union Church to
morrow evening the Communion
Service will be held directly after
the sermon. Four new members
will be received into the Church.
At the Organ Recital beginning
at seven o'clock, Miss Carrie E.
Short, the church organit, will
play the following selections:
Eventide, Meale; Offertory, Sa
lome; Intermezzo, Mascagni: 2nd.
bonata, Grave, Adagio, Mendels
sohn; Consolation, Mendelssohn
Melody in P., Rubenstein.
The Offertory will be Berceuse,
Dennee; and the Postlude- Pasto-
Baker's illustrated "Hawaii' 'drew
large audience at the Kahului
Lyceum, on Thursday evening and
there were about two hundred peo
ple present. Had the lecture been
at some other time, when people
ere not away from Maui in such
large numbois, the audience at
tending the instructive lecture,
would have been nearly half as
many again. The mountain camps
ive already attracted an unusually
irge number of l'aia and Makawao
people. It is said that more have
gone away in July than at the same
season for years before.
From the start to the finish of the
iree hundred excellent slides that
Mr. R. J. Baker the artist photo
graphs showed on Thursday even
ing, the affair was a success. The
slides are easily far ahead of any
thing in the linn over displayed on
Maui, and the people exclaimed at
their beauty as they were thrown on
the screen. The Maui slides were
cry good. The Kahului race track
especially appealed to those who
ere present at Kahului on the
Fourth. The snap shots were very
good, and those taken on the track
tsclf when the horses were ap
proaching the camera co Id hardly
Many title slides told the audience
hat was coming, and helped to
place the pictures, for one not en
tirely familiar with the whole of the
Territory would often bo at a loss to
now the locality being shown. The
Maui people who know Kauai were
really impressed with the accuracy
in coloring, and the beauty of the
slides that showed the Garden Isle.
To Prospective Builders
ill prepare plans and specifica
tions for building of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
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Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
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We guarantee to make all steamer and
New Market Now Open.
new marKet wnere you can
get goods that are fresh every
clay, kept in a sanitary manner
Live and Dressed Poultry
Salt and Corned Meats
Dutro & Tanioka
Market St. opposite Maui Meat Co.
James T. Fantotn, of Puunene,
is the proud possessor of a banana
tree that certainly knocks out all
ecordsin the fruit bearing line.
The single bunch of bananas cut,
o far, weighed 143j pounds. There
were 175 bananas on the bunch,
and individual bananas weighed
over one pound each.
The fruit has a delicious flavor,
and one banana is enough for a
feast. The variety of the plant is
not known, but anxious enquiries
are being made of Mr. Fantom as
to where some suckers can be
The huge bunch of bananas at
tracted much attention and Mr.
Fantom distributed fruit all along
life line and still had some left over.
There is one more tree in the Fan
tom garden and visitors are drop
ping in all the time to have a look
at the enormous growth of fruit.
nj w m w v
D. II. CASE I did not go to Wash
iugton, hut I furthered my claims all
along the line from San Francisco to
New York. I am assured by those in
the counsel of the President that I am
me oniy person wuo lias not been pro
mised the position of Governor of Hawaii
I am also assured that I am certain of
the position of poundmaster. No ap
pointmeut not even mine will be made
till the tariff question is settled.
last Wednesday at Hana through falling
from n horse that she was riding.
George O'Ncil, of Honolulu, paid
Wailuku a visit during the week. He
reports business as being good along the
The new park at the junction of Main
and Mill streets is being rapidly laid out
and it will be n great improvement to
Paul Schmidt, the popular salesman,
is once more in Wniluku. He and I,ec
Austin always seem to strike this town
at the same time.
Dr. Straub, of Honolulu, paid a pro
fessional visit to Wailuku last week. He
expressed himself as feeling very much
in love witli Maui.
The county solons are investigating the
matter of kiawc beans (or the county
stock and a report will be turned in at
the next meeting of the board.
A new auto truck for use by McCland
less and Wilson on the Nahiku licit Road
coutract, arrived on the Claudiue Wed
nesday, and was unloaded at Hana.
The board of supervisors has instruct.
ed the District Overseer of Wailuku to
allow the water works superintendent to
have a mule whenever he needs one.
Gus. Hanua, the well known traveling
man paid Wailuku a visit during the
week. He renewed his friendship with
his many old-time friends on Maui.
The American-Hawaiian steamer, Mis-
souriau, arrived last Monday morning
and, after loading sugar and pines, sailed
for Kaanapali, en route for Saliua Cruz.
D. II. Case was kept busy yesterday
shaking hands with his many friends.
It is rumored that he has a new stock of
stories which he gleaned on the mainland.
Lee Austin is once more on Maui in
the interests of Theo. II. Davies & Co.,
Ltd. He has a fine combination auto
truck with him and he now travels in
The board of supervisors has approved
of the plans and specifications for the
construction of a road through Section
4 of the Pauwela-Kuiaha homestead
A party consisting of Miss Violet
Makee, Mrs. G. Collins and the Misses
Harriette Lucas, Mary Lucas and Alice
Corret, is now visiting at the Raymond's
Chemist Watson, of the Wailuku Sugar
Company, went down to Honolulu dur
ing the week. He returned on Wednes
day last and was glad to get back to a
A Makawao pineapple plauter is going
to put iu grape vines between his rows
of pines. Fifteen acres will thus be
treated and the two fruit crops will
certainly be a novelty.
Two splendid tennis courts said to be
the equal of anything in the Territory
are being constructed at Paia. The
courts are oiled earth affairs and they
should play as true as cement.
H. A. Wade will spend his vacation in
Australia instead of Canada. He changed
his mind as soouashe reached Honolulu,
and he joined W. L. West in a trip to
the Land of the Southern Cross.
Eleven gamblers, who were caught at
Waihee, were on the charge sheet at
the police court on Thursday last'. Two
of them paid $5 fines and the rest for.
feited bail iu the sum of $15 each.
Mrs. S. F. Chillingwortb, mother of
Will Chillingworth, is iu Wailuku ou
visit. Mrs. Chillingworth has not been
in Wailuku for many years, and she says
that the town is wonderfully improved.
W. F. Crockett, police court prose
cutor, is suffering from a broken leg
He missed a step 011 his lanai and fell to
the ground fracturing a small bone near
the ankle. He will be laid up for
couple of weeks.
George Cummings has thrown up the
mask as umpire of the Maui League.
He stood for a lot of abuse at times and
finally decided that the task was a thank
less one, and not worth the trouble o
dressing for every Sunday.
The Kaupakalua Wine Company is
signing up contracts for grapes from
homesteaders who are going to raise the
fruit in gulches and on other lauds not
suited for pineapples. It is expected
that fully one hundred acres will thus be
Notice of Fence Commissioners'
Alcetlng. District oi Mn-luiwno.
Notice is hereby given to wlrom it may
concern, that; a petition having been
received by the undersigned Fence Com
missioners from the Trustees of the Ray
mond Rauch relative to fencing certain
lauds, described iu the following Grants:
407, Apana 2; 469, various Apanas; 487,
Apanas I and 21525, Apanai;545. Apanas
3 and 4, wherever the same adjoin the
lands of petitioners, in the upper portion
of Kamaole, District of Makawao, Island
and County of Maui, the said Commis
sioners will meet and consider said peti
tion on ground iu accordance with law
on Thursday, July 31, 1913, at 11 o'clock
( HUGH HOWELL
Signed E. H. UROWN
(GUV S. GOGDNESS
Fence Commissioners, District of Ma
kawao. Wailuku, July 18, Igi3.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
C. H. COOKE, president R. A. WAD3WORTH, vice-president
D. H. CASE. 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT CD. LUFKIN, CASHIER a MANAQER
JOAQUIN GARCIA, assistant cashier
Stutcment of Condition June 30, 101U
Loans & Discounts $230,335 16
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 81,60223
Cash & Due from Banks 89,388 14
Real Estate Owned 1,00000
Banking House and Fixtures.. 5,300 00
Five Percent Fund 1,25000
Mrs. Kunewa, mother of Tax Assessor
Kunewa has gone to Honolulu for a long
Charles Wilcox, County Auditor, paid
a flying visit to Honolulu during the
W. Leslie West left on the Makura
for Australia. He will be away about
The Kaupakalua Winery is in charge
of a Portuguese expert wine maker who
comes from Madeira.
Miss Stella Iloogs is a visitor to Mr,
and Mrs. D. II. Case. The young lady
is a classmate of Miss Case.
Mr. J. G. Serrao,
Complying with your request for
the results of an examination of the
wine manufactured by you, I beg to
submit the following analysis:
Sp. Gr. 15.5 percent C. 1.008.
Per. cent, alcohol by vol. 19.27.
Glycerol per 100 C. C, 0.37.
Extracts per 100 C. C, 8.10.
Total aeids-Grs. per 100 C. C.
Reducing sugar-Gr3. per C C.
Protein (N-X G.25)-Grs. per 100
C C. 0.421.
Ash-Grs. Per 100 C. C, 0.3743.
Oregenoleptic Test-Product ap
pears to bo of grape origin.
For j'our information I will say
that I find this wine free from adul
teration. There appears to be no
foreign substance added and no ar
tificial color. The Glycerol figure
ndicates that normal fermentation
has liken place and the other items
agree with the normal figures for
this class of wines.
Since there is a great variation in
the grapes grown in Hawaii it is
only reasonable to expect that many
of the above figures will vary from
year to year.
On the whole it is my opinion
that the above results indicate your
product to be a wine comparing
favorably with the best wines in its
EDWARD B. I3LANCIIAND,
The Sunday.school' picnic at Waihee
beach was a grand affair, and a big
bunch of youngsters had the time of
their lives paddling and swimming
Kelresliments that always appeal to
children were served and the whole day-
was a happy one.
Eddie Fernandez, the moving picture
man and the first to use a "movie'
machine of his own around the islands,
was in town for a few days. Eddie seems
to have given up baseball uow-a-days,
He was a dandy first baseman in the day
of the big league in Honolulu.
Word has been received of the mar.
riage of Claude Field, who was in Wai
luku a few weeks ago. It is reported
mrougu private letters mat lie was
married to Miss Mubel Meyers of Molo-
kai, last week. The newlv weds will
A small Japauese girl broke her arm reside at Kalihi, Honolulu.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In tue Matter ot tue Instate o
CHARLES COPP. Late of Kokomo
Kula, Maui, Deceased.
Order op Notick or Hearing Pirn
TION FOR l'RODATH OF HEARING.
A Document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of .Charles Copp,
late of Kokomo, Makawao, Maui, de
ceased, having ou the 8th day of July
A. D. 1913. been presented to said Pro
bate Court, and a Petition for Probate
thereof, praying for the issuauce of Let
ters Testamentary to Louisa Victoria
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 18th
day of August, A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock
A. M., of said day, at the Court Room
of said Court at Wailuku, Maui, be and
the same is hereby appointed the time
and place for proving said Will and
heariug said application.
It is further Ordered, that notice there
of be given, by publication ouce a week
for three successive weeks in the Maui
Nf.ws, a weekly newspaper, printed an
published in Wailuku, Maui, the last
publication to be not less than ten day-
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.
July 12, 19, 26, August 2, 1913,
I'apital Stock $ 35,000 00
Surplus & Profits 44,958 69
Due to Other Banks 4,589 09
Circulation 24997 5
Dividends Unpaid 2,100 00
Deposits 322,230 25
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