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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913.
When the new I'niu tennis courts
nve ready for play there will pro
bably be a grand opening day.
Regatta Day lias been suggested and
that day should be set aside for a
big opening tournament and gala
One court is already finished and
the other will bo ready in a month
or s.). The courts are expected to
be the very best of their kind in
Hawaii. The space around the
sidelines and at the baek of the
courts is ample, and that is a great
thing in the construction of tennis
There are some fine tennis play
ers at l'aia, and the game is very
popular among the phmtntion em
ployees. The opening day of the
new eourts,is bein anxiously await
ed by all the racquet wielders of
The program of the organ recital
at the Union Church on Sunday
evening is as follows:
1. In the Morning Grieg.
2. Intermezzo - Steane,
Pilgrim's Chorus Wagner.
Angel's Serenade Eraga.
Kin' Keste Burg Luther.
Tratuuerei Schumann .
Evening Song Armstrong.
Offertory in G Lynes.
Postlude in B flat West.
V. F. Crockett is dotug as well as can
be expected and his broken leg is setting
W. J. Dyer, of Honolulu, was on Maui
this week. He registered at the Maui
A Chinese was fined 2$ and costs at
the police court for selling opium with
out a license. -
Mr. F. E. Elliott, of the I'uuncne
Store, is in the Paia Hospital, suffering
from an attack of malaria.
The Paia bank building in being rush
ed along and the structure is assuming
the look of a finished concern.
The prisoners are engaged cutting the
grass around the Town Hall and the
place looks much better for the work.
II. J. Meyer, he well known Kahului
man, is the proud father of a little son
who arrived on Wednesday evening last
Richardson and Meyers beat Burns
and Burns three sets straight in the
Harry Baldwin cup tournament semi
' The little Logan boy who was so badly
injured by'being run down by a wagon
at Kahului, is recovering slowly but is
still in the hospital.
Sheriff Crowell paid a flying visit to
Hana during the week. He went over
to investigate several matters pertaining
to the police department.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold their
regular monthly meeting at Mrs. Aiken's,
Kahului, on Tuesday July 29.
Ralph S. Hosmer, superintendent of
forestry was iu Wailuku during the
week. He came up to look into certain
matters pertaining to his department.
The Makawao Theatre was opened last
'night by Joe Ical, the well known man
ager of "movie" shows. There was n
good house and the pictures were excel
Enos Vincent put up a great score at
duck pins the other night. He scored
LSI, and nearly emialled the 158 record
of Paul Schmidt, that was established
iome time ago.
Miss Ruth Benedict, secretary to th
Central Union Church, is a guest of Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Cunningham, of Wailuku
Miss Benedict may do the Haleakal
trip next week.
W. II. Field has been confined to bed
for a few days with a very bad cold that
would persist 111 clinging to him. Mrs.
Field lias also been uuder the weather
with a cold.
V. A. Bailey, well known on Maui,
...1 1 . 1 1 r
wucic ue resiueu ior many years, is a
visitor to Wailuku: He is registered at
the Maui Hotel where he intends to slav
for a few days. .
The S. S. Hyades caine into Kahului
ou Sundy and left again for Kaauapal
011 Mo.iday. She brought in a general
freight and took awuy a large shipment
of canned pineapples.
A fine lawn is being laidoutat the new
park at the junction of Main and Mill
streets. The grass is taking root iu fine
shape and the place will look very at
tractive in a few weeks.
There was a collision between the
Wailuku plantation auto-truck and a
White automobile, on Market street,
last Wednesday. The automobile got
much the worst of the deal.
A little stranger arrived at the home
of Alexander McNicoll on Wednesday
evening. The youngster is already
thinking of entering for the next Kahu
lui tenuis tournament!
Mrs. Mary J. Hall and Miss Sarah It.
Hall, of Honolulu, have been guests
during the past week of the Uev. and
Mr. A. Craig llowdish, of Mnkawao, and
of Mrs. Will 'J. Cooper of Haiku.
Jack Grace is going strong at the
gymnasium with his physical culture
class. He trove an exhibition of bag
punching the other night, and showed
that he is a paslmaster at the game.
On Wcdiiemlav next the Japanese of
Wailuku will commemorate the first
anniversary of the death of their Em
peror. Appropriate exercises will be
given and the men will take a day off
There was a collision between a
motorcycle and an auto truck ou Wed
nesday last. The accident happened at
the corner of the Puunene Avenue and
the cyclist--a Catholic Brother was
A. h. Mackaye, former city editor of
The Advertiser, and now interested in
other concerns, is a visitor to Wailuku.
He is accompanied by Mrs. Mackaye
and they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
V. h. Stevenson.
There is a story going the rounds that
some "sportsmen" are snooting tue
Japanese pheasants that have been liber
ated on Maui. The authorities should
watch closely and see that such poach-
ng is stopped at once.
Judge McKay did not define any town
iniits when he found A. Garcia guilty of
speeding along the road near the power
house. As other summons are out, it is
thought that the magistrate's decision
will be appealed against.
All those who have received bills for
subscription to the Maui Nkws are, re
quested to settle same aronce. The law-
states that newspaper companys have to
discontinue sending papers to people
who are delinquent intheirsubscriptions.
IYouis Henning was appointed to fill
the position of county sanitary inspector
at I.ahaiua. He will be trained by
Chief Inspector Osmer, and it is thought
that there will be soon noted an im
provement as regards sanitation in
Mrs. Mary G. Daniels, of Paia, died
last week at the good old age of 87 years.
The old lady had a fall a few days pre
vious to her death and sustained a frac
ture of the hip. The injury was too
great a shock and death came a day or
The Kahului Young Men's Club is
branching out in the entertaining line
and the members have a dance at the
Lyceum hall every Thursday evening.
The dances are most enjoyable affairs,
and that of Thursday last was attended
by a big crowd of ladies and their
The M. A. C. Tennis Club is working
011 its semi-annual handicap singles for
men. The. Paia Cup is the trophy and
the tournament is played in February
and September of each year. The date
for the receiving of entries will be an
nounced soon, and it is expected that
large list of players will be the result.
Dr. Russell left on the Claudine Satur
day for Honolulu where he will make
his home in the future. While locating
in Honolulu, Dr. Russell will not nbau-
dou his piactice ou Maui and the other
islands, as lie plans to spend twelve weeks
each year on Maui, Kauai and Hawaii,
and the balance of the year iu Honolulu.
His headquarters in the latter city wilj
be in the Boston Building.
PAUL SCHMIDT Wailuku is growing
all the time and the town is looking
more prosperous than ever.
LEE AUSTIN That auto-truck of mine,
is a beauty, and I can cover a lot of
country iu it in one day
MeN'ICOLL July 23, at Kahului, to the
Wife of A. McNIcoll, a son.
MEYER July 23, at Kahului, to the
wife of II. J. Meyer, a son.
I Huto IRotes, 1
Following its official non-stop
run of 300 hours at the Automobile
Club of-America, the Packard "3S"
motor which established this world's
record, is prolonging its endurance
tost by additional mileage on the
After the completion of the block
lest, which more than doubles the
previous world's record of 132 hours,
the motor was scaled under the ob
servanes of the technical committee
of the Automobile Club, and replac
ed in the chassis from which it had
been taken. It was then run at full
speed on the Long Island speedway.
From the metropolis, the car
containing the motor was driven at
a high rate of speed to Philadelphia,
where it is now the center of much
interest occasioned by its endurance
record. It still carries the seals
which show it has undergono no ad
justments. During the 300 hours of conti
nuous running on the test rack,
the motor made 21,000,000 revolu
tions at a constant speed of 1200
per minute. This represents 11,238
miles, a distance greater than a non
stop run Jrom New York to Shang
hai. Permanent headquarters have
been opened in Detroit for the Lin
coln Highway Association, which
has been formed to secure the esta
blishment of the Ocean-to-Ocean
Highway, a project started two years
ago by Carl G. Fisher, of Indiana
Plans for the highway are rapidly
nearing completion. Approximatc-
ly $1,200,000 of tho necessary $10.
000,000 already has been subscribed.
II. 13. Joy, President of li,c Pack
ard Motor Car Company, who has
been elected president of the associ
ation, is on his way to tho Pacific
Coast in his Packard "prairie
schooner", making a preliminary
survey for tho cross-country route
west of tho Mississippi river. Mr.
Joy has been prominently identified
with tire movement since its in
ception and $150,000 has been sub
cribed by the Packard Motor Car
Final plans for the trans conti
nental highway call for a concrete
road wherever practical. Perman
ent improvements will b'e made on
fully 2,000 miles of roadway.
The association proposes to co
operate with local communities in
procuring the establishment of the
highway or in the improvement or
reconstruction of existing highways
which will constitute part of the
route. Several states have taken
steps looking to the construction of
improved highways from east to
west which arc to connect with the
Coast-to-Coast route and constitute
part of it.
A rapid-fire national campaign
for securing popular subscriptions
has been Btartcd and indivi
duals and manufacturing con
cerns in all parts of tho country are
pledging their support to the move
ment. Negotiations have been
opened with state, county and city
Upon returning from his western
trip Mr. Joy will leave for New
York where he will hold conferences
with, a number of prominent finan
ciers, many of whom have offered
to actus sponsors for the project.
The highway is to be a memorial
to Abraham Lincoln. The name
was adopted after the plan for a
Lincoln memorial highway from
Washington, D. C. to Gettysburg,
had been abandoned. The organi
zation committee of the association
consists of : Paul H. Deminp, Carl G.
Fisher, Russell A. Alger, Emory W.
Clai, Roy D. Chapin, A. Y.
Govijn, A. R. Sieberling.
Telegraph News of the Week
July-25 The nomination of Pinkham has caused much surprine,
and opinions are divided on the wisdom of choice. The Advertiser
claims that Pinkham is not a residont of Hawaii, and that he is there
fore ineligible for the position. Protests have been cabled to Wash
ington. The Japanese are non-commital on the subject. The Hochi
has flopped over and now endorses Pinkham.
August Anderson, a contractor, fell sixty-five feet yesterday after
noon and was killed
Governor Frear says that he is glad that his term i8 over and that
ho can soon retire from office.
Wallace R. Farrington says that he is not a candidate for the
position of Territorial Secretary,
WASHINGTON, July 25. Wilson says that the Mexican trouble
can bo settled without intervention.
LOS ANGELES, July 25 Secretary Daniels is looking over tin
coast relative to the establishing of a Naval base here.
WASHINGTON, July 25 Works, of California, says thejjpcwej-
of Wilson is dangerous and that his hold over Congress willlinduceTa
revolution, if in the hands of traitors. j-wBEf
-irmt All f 1Hr-r -r nt ml e !rK& 1 . J
vii x ur juiiiAiuu, July 'M, rnree uayB 1 1 e r ceoi giiun g ires u u e u
in the capture of Torrien.
LONDON, July 21. Intervention by thejttowerris looked upon
as certain if Turkey continues on her presenourso
PEK'N, July 23. Tong King Chong.-vvell known in Honolulu,
is now a prisonor here. j
WASHINGTON, July Jrhree thousand letters have been
presented to the ComtmUeeJuyJMulhall.
A bill has been introducedjby Bryan of Washington, providing
for the government ownership of railways and coal mines
Preparations areumderway to repeal the neutrality law that gives
Federals opportunity! to import arms, but does not allow the rebels to
A. L. MACKAYE I always longed to
visit Maui and now that I am here for
a few days, I am taking in all the
sights. Maui is everything that I was
lead to believe and you have a nice
little town in Wailuku.
WILL J. COOPER We are doing al?
right at Haiku and everybody is very
busy planting and breaking up new
CHARLES COLLINS Yes, I am settled
on my homestead don't call it a ranch,
please. Maui for mine and I feel happy
at last at getting back to the place that)
I first visited twenty-eight years agoij
W. W. TAYLOR I am sorry to leave.
Maui but may come back agaiu soium
i . , ,p
nay. cuauge uucs an immense
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amount oi goou auer a mau uas uei
settled in one place for years.
SANjREANCJSCO, July 24. Th e war department is considering
tne trunsnorHBcrytce between this port and Honolulu.
rfttWSSIHNGTON, July 23. The Progressive Republicans will
junrvort'tho Democrats in tho light on tne Unuerwoou bill.
HBHONOLUEU, July 24. The Honolulu Ad Club will see Hawaii
FKT?? - - I, - r r t i flu i
iubi, us it iubuu ui a unit irom u. a. niuraiun.
Lyman Frank Salisbury touched a live wire on a telephone post
and.felltthirtv feet to the around
.ltrbrT Woolworth, the alleged riding school owner, got away clear
andfnotraco of him has been found
Wf' Wilson and the Cabinet are on a vacation, and the Senate is in a,
jarlike mood. Wilson refuses to see all visitors, and is spending all
ujs time studying tho Mexican situation
B SAN DIEGO, July 22. Tho whole Atlantic fleet will pass through
Hie Panama Canal and be present at the exposition. The head of the
Wavy department here makes the announcement.
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C. H. COOKE, PRESIDENT R. A.
D. H. CASE. 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT
Statement of Co ml
Loans & Discounts 230,335 16
United States Ilouds 25,000 00
Other llonds Si, 602 23
Cash & Due from Banks 89,388 14
Real Estate Owned 1,00000
Hanking House and Pixtures.. 5,300 00
Eive Percent Eund 1,25000
CD. LUFKIN, cashier s manager
, ASSISTANT CASHIER
ition June 80, 1011
Oapitnl Stock $ 35. 00
Surplus & Profits 44,95s 69
Due to Other Hanks 4,58909
Circulation 24.997 5
Dividends Unpaid 2,100 00
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