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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913.
Maui should he well represented
at the meeting of mill engineers to
he held in Honolulu in Octoter.
Mr. H. MeCubbin, of the Pioneer
Mill Company, is the representative
of this Island on the Committee in
charge of the meeting, and the topic
which he will handle will he "Cane
Milling." The committee which is
formulating plans for the meeting
of the Engineers in Honolulu, has
arranged a very interesting program
for the two days which will be de
voted to the meetings. A visit to
the Pearl Harbor Naval Station, in
spection of the Inter-Island floating
drydock, a trip through the plunt
of the Hawaiian Electric Company,
a luncheon, with the Honolulu Iron
Works, as hosts, at the Country
Club and a grand banquet on the
last day of the convention, gives
some idea of what is being done to
ward making the two days very
pleasant for the mill engineers.
There will be three business
meetings devoted to a discussion of
all phases of sugar mill work, and
undoubtedly, much of mutual bene
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fit to the mill engineers will be
derived from the three-days spent
As the outlook for the sugar in
dustry in this Territory is none too
bright, it behooves I he mill en
gineers to embrace the opportunity
offered them to get together and
work for the benefit of not only
their profession, but of the industry,
and it is to be hoped that not only
the engineers of this Island will
make it their aim to go to Hono
lulu in October, but throughout
the territory there will be a general
response of mill engineers in ac
ceptance of the invitation of the
Hawaiian Engineering Association
under the auspices of which the
Convention is to be held.
A BIG BRAINS KILL RACE.
1 Man's downfall at the end of
this geological age is likely to re
sult from excessive brain develop
ment. At the Royal Institution of
London. Dr. S. A. Woodward
drew attention to what is called
momentum in evolution, and gave
illustrations of parts that have
grown to unwieldy and useless
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size at the expense of other parts.
By the end of the Pleistocene or
Glacial . period the formidable tusk
of the sabre-toothed tiger had
grown quite beyond any usefulness
to the animal. At the end of the
same period deer, which had begun
with smooth heads, had developed
antlers of unwieldy size and in a
German species these had even
reached a span of twelve feet.
Until the end of the Cretaceous
period all animals were cold blood
ed, with no great brain power.
Then warm blooded animals ap
peared all over the world, the
enormous development of the body
was checked, and the brain began
to grow at the expense of all the
Besides increasing in size the
central brain grew at the expense
of the hind or automatic brain.
Man seems to have descended from
a monkey, and his skeleton has al
tered less than that of any other
mammal. His superiority has de
pended solely on development of
The skull of the fossil of La
Chapelle aux Saints shows a brain
larger than that of the average
European of today, but it was of
low quality, and in many respects
the skull was intermediate between
man and ape.
DO NOT USE SAHES.
Utopia is an imaginary land
where everything is just as it
should be, and no one does any
thing he ought not a visionary
land of course and yet there are
places on this mundane sphere
where conditions approaching this
perfection certainly do prevail.
Curiously enough, it is among
the unlettered and rude native of
New Guinea that the most remark
able modern Utopia exists. Here,
on the island of Kutaba, surround
ed by coral walls three hundred
feet high on one side and from fifty
to one hundred on the other, are
thirteen native villages in which
war, crime and poverty have been
unknown since the very beginning
of their tradition.
Finland is a realm whose in
habitants are remarkable fi their
inviolate integrity. There are no
banks and no safe deposits, for no
such security is essential. You
may leave your luggage anywhere
for any length of time, and be quite
sure of finding it untouched on
your return, and your purse full of
money would be just as secure
under similar circumstances.
The Finns place their money and
valuables in holes in the ground
and cover them with a big leaf.
Such treasure is sacredly respected
by all who pass it; but, in the rare
event of a man wishing to borrow
of his neighbor during his absence,
he will take only (the smallest sum
he requires, and place a message
in the hole telling of his urgent
need, promising to repay the
amount on a specified date.
And he will invariablp keep his
word, for the Finn is invincible in
The most peaceful and comfort
able community in Europe is the
commune of the . Canton Vaud in
Switzerland. Nearly every one is
well off, and there are no paupers.
Agneta Park, near Delft, in
Holland, is another Utopian ex
ample. A tract of ten acres has
upon it one hundred and fifty
houses, each with its little garden
and with certain common buildings
and common grounds.
The houses are occupied by the
employes of a great distilling com
pany, who form a corporation
which owns the park. Each mem
ber owns shares in the corporation
and pays rent for his house.
The surplus, after all expenses
have been paid, conies back to him
as dividend. If he wishes to go
away, or if he dies, his shares are
bought up by the corporation and
sold to the man who takes his
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for Pobas. At the Wharf m llono
IIonoi.umi Jam it Chutney Factory
Maui will be represented on the
Honolulu baseball diamonds during
next week, and a strong team will
leave for Oaliu on the evening of
September 19. The ball players
will go down on the Mauna Kea
and will arrive in Honolulu on Sat
urday morning. On the afternoon
of the same day they will , go up
against the P. A. C. and a great
game is expected. On Sunday the
Maui boys will have another game
and, if arrangements can be made
to have the team stay over till
Wednesday, there will be still an
other game played on Monday or
It would be interesting for the
Punahou team that visited Maui on
ugust 1G, and which was defeated
by the All-Maui nine, to meet the
the pick of the Valley Island in
Honolulu. The game would at
tract a big crowd and the struggle
should be a most interesting one.
The Maui boys will be in luck for
they will be able to take in the re
gatta in the morning and then
wend their way ddwn to the ball
park and try and take the measure
of the Portuguese Athletics.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, at 2 p. m., Mr
V. F. Crockett will sell at Auction the
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 and day of
October, 1913, at a P. M. to consider the
application of Y. Kagawa for a first
class wholesale License to sell intoxicat
iiig liquors in a one story frame building
to be erected on the main road at Wai
kapu, in the district of Wuiluku, Maui,
under the provisions of Act 119, 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 tin set
for said hearing.
Dated September 6, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Commis
sioners. Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27.
IN TIIK rlKCl'IT COUNT OK T11K SKCOND
I'lHt'lIT TKKUITOKY OK HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate,
In the 'Matter of the F.state of
JOHN KALUNA, Late of Paia, Maui,
Ordkr ok Notick ok Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Reading aud Filing the Petition of
Julia Kuawa'e Kaluna widow of Paia,
Maui, T. II. alleging that John Kaluna
of Paia, Maui, T. II. died intestate at
Paia, Maui, T, II. on the 16th day of
August, A. D. 1913, leaving property in
the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to D. C.
It is Ordered, that Tuesday, the 14th
day of October, A. D. 1913, at ten o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku., Maui, T. II.,
at which time aud place all persons con
cerned may appear aud show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition should
not be granted, aud that notice of this
order shall be published once a week
for three successive week iu the Maui
Nkus, newspaper published iu Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 9, 1 91 3.
(Sd.) S. B. KINOSBL'KY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second
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