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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913.
Big Luau On
Labor Day was celebrated in a
quiet but happy manner and the
principal feature was the luau at
the Armory. The affair was a
huge success and over 150 people
attended. The best of good things
were in evidence and the spread
was well worthy of Maui.
Captain Hal and Mrs. Hal were
untiring in their efforts to please
everybody and Mrs. Bal had a pri
vate corner where she entertained
her personal friends and relatives.
There was nothing but g6od cheer
and everybody had the time of their
The Maui Glee Club, the mem
bers' of which organization are
leaving for the mainland, attended
and sang some songs. When Aloha
Oe was sung the crowd joined in
the chorus and, afterwards, said
goodbye to the musicians who are
going to the Coast for some months.
The luau was pan about five o'clock
and all those present had nothing
but good words for the people who
who had managed the affair. Labor
Day won't be forgotten for some
time to come.
Ou Saturday, Sept. 13, at 2 p. in., Mr.
V. F. Crockett will sell at Auction Uie
entire household furniture of
MRS. W. F. MOSSMAN.
The Hoard of Commissioners of the
County of Maui, will hold a meeting at
the public room in the Masonic Temple,
Kahului, on Thursday, the 2nd day of
October, 1913, at 2 P. M. to consider the
application of Y. Kagawa for a first
class wholesale license to sell intoxicat
ing liquors in a one story frame building
to be erected ou the main road at Wai
kapu, in the district of Wailuku, Maui,
uuder the provisions of Act ng, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary
of the Board not later than the time set
for said hearing.
Dated September 6, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Commis
sioners. Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Thiril
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
'Brothers cordially invited.
JOHN Ii. GARCIA, C. R
J. S. MI5DEIROS,. F. S.
To Prospective Builders
Will prepare plans and ppecificn
lions for building of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construe
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FOIM' STREET HONOLULU
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llaleakala has had many visitors
during the past couple of weeks
and, chief among them, was Boninc,
the well known photographer of
Honolulu. Ho took along his mov
ing picture outfit and obtained somo
niovic3 that he declares are the best
ever taken of the cloud effects in
the huge crater. These films will
be shown all over the world, in
conjunction with Bonino's excellent
"movies" of the Kilauru volcano.
Another party made the Halea
kalu trip and then stayed in the
crater for a week! The members
of the party camped in a cave, rode
about by day, sani in the lake and
had the time of their lives. The
horses were turned on to the pasture
at night and the did well on the
glass that abounded in places.
The party reports that the famous
Silver Sword plant is to bo seen in
abundance in the crater. The water
in the lake is very cold and bottom
was not found in the center. Those
making the trip were: A. C
Hut tray, Miss Turner, Dr. Aiken,
Miss Aiken, Mr. Starratt, Miss
Starratt, Miss Vanderhoof and Miss
Some of the party returned via
Olinda to Wailuku and Kahului,
while the rest proceeded through
the gap to liana.
On Thursday evening Mr. and
Mrs. E. Sopor, of Waihec, enter
tained a large number of friends at
a dance. The Soper residence was
beautifully decorated and the
grounds were lighted up with lan
terns. The whole place looked like
Over sixty guests were present
and a most enjoyable dance was
held. Mrs. and Miss Soper were
untiring in their efforts to entertain
their guests and those who did not
dance, played cards and other
The party was kept up till a late
'A3 Acres Land, with three
Houses; 20 Acres Leased
Land: 20 Head of Cattle; 4
Horses; 1 Mule. Address
Manuel da Arruda
O r GARFIELD
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SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
hour and then most of the guests
made their home per automobile
and buggy. Tho roads were good
and the merry party enjoyed the
Paia tennis players arc going
strong and the senii-unnual tourna
ment is being played off. So far,
Stanley Richardson has figured in
overy match on account of his leav
ing for the mainland on a vacation.
Ho will be away three months and
will revisit his old home at River
Richardson met four men during
the last week and he defeated them
all as follows: Hebert,G-0, G-0;
Collins, G-2, 5-7,0-2; Bums, G-0,
G-l: Rosecrans. G-0. 4-G. G-4.
The new court at Paia is in fine
condition and the ball bounds very
truly from it. Tho second court
will soon be ready and then there
is talk of a big opening day.
This motion picture is tho largest
and most superb dramatic expres
sion of the motion-picture art ever
achieved. It will be shown at the
Kahului Lyceum on Monday even
ing. iNeany tnrec miles ot nlm
were employed in the work of pro"
duction, and out of this was select
ed the one mile of film which con
stitutes the completed picture. The
Tho time required to project the
picture is approximately one hour
and a half.
The actual cost of the entire pro
duction was forty-five thousand
dollars. In the course of the action
of the drama Miss Gardner wears
jewels, rare textures and quaint
Oriental weaves that cost over one
hundred thousand dollars. Two of
her costumes were made of material
several hundred years old heir
looms purchased by a maternal
ancestor in Egypt in the Seventeenth
Century. Tho picture is remark
able for its refined sumptuousncss,
its tremendous dramatic power and
cripninc interest, and its entire
freedom from those vulgarities com
mon to Oriental dramas. In short,
the picture was produced for Ameri
can men and women of culture and
The Wailuku Orpheum will be re
opened this evening with a fine lot of
L. M. Fishel, who now represents
Gunst & Co., is on Maui in the interests
of his firm.
The weather has been hot on Molokai
lately and everything is very dry iu the
Further additions are being made to
the Maui Theatre and the outside looks
much better now.
The Claudine, on her special trip to
I.ahaina, brought an unexpected mail
that was much appreciated.
The new sidewalk along Main street
was finished on Thursday morning and
the job seems to be a good one.
The old Baldwin home at Cump One
has been demolished and the famous
house site will be turned into a park.
Chief Kngiueer Vasconcellos, of the
Kahului Railroad Company, is back from
the trip he took to the mainland.
The ball game tomorrow should be a
beauty, say the local fans, aud they
claim it is just u toss up which team will
A fine soda water fountain has been in
stalled at the Maui Cafe and already
people are dropping in to refresh them
Mrs. Earl C. Bartlett will give an
organ recital at the Wailuku Uuiou
Church tomorrow evening before Jservice
Mrs. W. A. Sparks aud two children
are back again from the mainland. Mr,
Sparks went down to Honolulu to meet
Postmaster Costa took charge of the
Wailuku office last Monday morning. He
has moved to one of the new cottages on
A Jnpanesc named Yauiauiolo was giv
en two vears jail for larceny of a watch
and clothing, fudge McKay aftended to
Yatnatnoto's little affair.
The Maui Glee Club got away for
Honolulu and the Coast last week. The
boys gave a farewell concert in the Idia
ina Armory on Monday night.
Dave Meyer came back to Wailuku
from Honolulu, fooling good over the
victory of the trotter Maui, who won
three straight heats from Harold D.
Sheriff Crowell may go to Haua next
week in order to look over the district
during the absence of Deputy Sheriff Da
Silva, who has gone to Hilo on business.
Moses Kauhiniahu is to manage the
Wailuku Orphcum, and he gave a free
show last night. This evening is the real
opening night and a good show is pro
mised. W. I,. West may have missed the So.
noma aiid, in that case is hot exoected to
arrive in Honolulu till Wednesday next,
when the Canadiuu-Australian liner Ma
ram n is due,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Correa, of Kula, will
celebrate their Silver Wedding on Mon
day, September 15. As there are sixteen
children in the family, the celebration
will be a grand reunion.
W. II. Field, wife and two children,
went down to Honolulu on the Claudine
Inst Wednesday. They will spend a week
in the metropolis and intend to tour
Oahu thoroughly before returning, '
Colonel Blanche Cox, of the Salvation
Army, will speak at the Makawao Union
Church on Sunday, Sept 14. She will
also speak at the Union Church, Wai
luku, on the evening of the same day.
The Rev. David Wallace and wife, of
Kona, who are coming to Wailuku to
occupy the pulpit of the Church of the
Good Shepherd, will set up housekeeping
in Mrs. J. Weddick's house for the time
they are on Maui.
C. J. Schoening met with a painful
accident on Tuesday last, and is now
suffering from a broken rib which he
sustained through falling after stepping
from his bath. His many friends hope
to see him around soon,
Andrew Freitas.of Paia, died last week
at the age of sixty-six years. He was
the father of Mrs. W. G. Scott aud of J.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Sept. 5. G. R. Carter says members of the Cham
ber of Commerce must work hard. J. A. Kennedy has been made
chafjl'nan of the entertainment committee. The "Ad. Club'' is getting
ready for tho Civic convention in Honolulu.
Tom Gunn, the aviator, may try to fly from Honolulu to Hilo.
Chun Duck Soon is still at large and no trace of him has been
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. It is said that the main points submit
ted by Huerta have been accepted and that Huerta has pledged him
self not to be a candidate for the presidency.
President Wilson is in a happy mood over the success of delegate
Representative May declares that Wilson wits wrong in advising
Americans to leave Mexico.
SIIERBROOKE, Sept. 5. Thaw received a letter from Ins moth
er today. She advises him to keep up bis spirits. Thaw says that he
should not be deported from Canada as he is only a tourist.
LONDON, Sept. 5. Tho people
part in tho Panama exposition.
ROME, Sept. 5. Tho Pope has
and he refuses to rest.
HONOLULU, Sept. 4, William Cameron, said to be a Kauai
plantation employee, killed himself
Superintendent Caldwell admits
ed on Federal land that was leased
It is said that many contracts that were awarded to whitemen,
were reallv bids put in by Japanese, who used the haoles as a blind.
SIIERBROOKE, Sept. 3. The
case has been granted. Thaw will
States. His lawyers will take tho
TOKIO, Sept. 3. The Japanese
three innocent Japanese at Nanking
JELGIN, Sept. 3. Asquith refused to prosecute the two women
who assaulted him recently
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. Hale has returned from Mexico, and
has turned in a report to tho president. He went to Mexico with Lind,
By a vote of 8 to 10 the committee decided not to give the Amer
ican bankers a hearing in regard to the class currency bill.
VERA CRUZ, Sept. 2. Refugees now number 75. Lind is unde
cided whether to go to tho capital or remain here.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2. Fourteen men of the CustomB ser
vice have been arrested and indicted for complicity in opium smug
gling. Through the confession of some of the officials it was found
possible to discover the opium on
CHICAGO, Sept. 2. Thorpe,
girl next month.
CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. 1.
icans havo plotted to get American intervention and accuses Dr. Gal
braith, once of Hawaii, of being mixed up in tho plot.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1.
found on board the Manchuria
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. Icebergs are numerous on the Atlantic
and they are a menace to navigation
Freltas, of Camp One, l'uunene Store.
The funeral which was largely attended,
took place on Sunday, August 3t.
Kauuiana Wine is a product of the
"Dig Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hllo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kauuiana Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
Chares Kroeger, who for many years
was the night watchman for the Wai
luku Sugar Company, died last Tuesday
night at the age of seventy-two years.
The funeral took place ou Wednesday
morning at Wailuku. Kroeger came to
the islands 33 years ago.
The trouble regarding the releasing of
certain cattle from the pound at Pukoo,
has been settled without much difficulty.
Deputy county attorney Vincent got the
parties together, and the different fac
tions decided to elect new officers for the
hui and to pull together hi the future.
The Hoard of License Commissioners
held a meeting on Thursday at Kahului.
An application for a wholesale license for
a house to be established at Waiktw
was turned in. The board will, in W-
gular course, act ou the matter. M,
Weinzheimcr sat for the first time on te
There was an auto collision last Sun jay
afternoon and the car of Chineii, a lip
anese, was damaged somewhat, flic
machine of W. A. Sparks which was also
in the smash, was not damaged much.
Chincu's car came out of the Wailuku
depot yard without the horn being sound
ed at least witnesses declared it was so.
Colonel Blanch B. Cox, of Honolulu,
who has supervision of the Salvation
Army work in the Hawaiian Islands, will
preach in the Makawao Union Church,
Paia, 011 the morning of Sunday, Sept.
14, at 11 o'clock, and in the Wailuku
Union Chureh iu the evening of the
same day, at 7 o.clock, also in Hale
Aloha Hall, I.ahaina, on Monday even
ing, at 7. All are cordially invited to
attend these services.
One Kimball Grand Piano, in the best
of condition. Cheap for cash, or pur
chaser can pay iu installments. Can be
seen for one week at
MRS. W. F. MOSSMAN'S.
insist that Great Britain take
been seized with a sudden illness
that -$100,000 has been expend
to the territory.
habeas corpus writ in the Thaw
bo at once deported to the United
case to Ottawa
are aroused over the killing of
the athlete, will marry an Indian
Huerta claims that certain Amer
Opium to the value of $4,400 waB
A special reduction in
the Lighting Meter
contract rate for strictly
private homes only in
the towns of Wailuku
and Kahului will be
given after date hereof
For all current consum
ed in excess of twenty
K. W. H. in any cal
endar month by and ac
cording to such electric
meter as shall have been
ii ii .i
regularly usea dv me
Island Electric Com
pany, Limited, during
such month aforesaid to
measure electricity sup
plied under a meter
lighting contract to any
such private home afore
said as shall have been
during and throughout
such calendar month
aforesaid equipped with
one El Cooko plus one
other electrical device for
making toast, or coffee,
ort ea, or for doing such
other thing as may be
done by any electrical
device made by the
Hotpoint Electric Heat
ing Company, provided
such device and the said
El Cooko shall have been
purchased from the Isl
and Electric vCompany,
Limited, and by thesaid
Company shall have
been specified for ope-.
ration through attach
ment to any of the or
lamp sockets in such pri
vate home aforesaid.
Ten Cents ($0. 1 0) per
K.W.'H. from the con
tract price of Twenty
Cents ($0.20) per K.