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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
This morning when the Mauna
Kca arrives in Honolulu, repre
sentatives of tho local civic bodies
will meet the delegates and escort
thorn to their hotels. All the dele
gates will later be guests aboard tho
steamer Kinau, anchored in the
harbor, from which they may ob
serve the Regatta. Day races. To
morrow the delegates will be taken
around the island in autos, A
visit to Pearl Harbor and a luncheon
at Ilaleiwa will be features.
On Monday morning the first
business session will be held on the
Hoof Garden of the Young Hotel.
The meeting will be called to order
by W. H. Kinney, editor of the
Ililo Tribune. Following the tem
porary organization, committees
will bo appointed and tho address
of welcome and reply mads? and
Dr. Elliot of Ililo, who will be a
delegate from the Ililo Board of
Trade, has consented to make tho
reply to the address of welcome by
former Governor George R. Carter.
In a letter to Secretary Wood he
states he is not an orator, and he
will put what he has to say in a few
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon L.
A. Thurston will read a paper on
promotiou.and a gentral discussion
will be invited on the subject. At
S in the evening a discussion of
roads and road building will be
started under the direction of G. II.
On Tuesday morning Dr. E. V.
Wilcox will conduct a series of dis
cussions on "Agriculture and Home
Building Industries." In the even
ing a banquet will be held at tho
The Maui Chamber of Commerce
has received from Secretary Wood
of Honolulu, the following inform
ation regarding special hotel rates
which will prevail in Honolulu dur
ing the session of the Civic Conven
tion. Dear Sirs:
Enclosed find copies of letters re
Hotel Rates to Delegates during
Convention Week. Please see that
this information reaches your dele
II. P. WOOD,
Dear Mr. Wood,
In reply to your verbal inquiries
for rates on rooms I herewith state
the rates of a few rooms which are
Single rooms on back porch for
SI. 50 per day, we will let you have
for SI. 00. Rooms in tho front for
$2.00 per day, wo will let for S1.S0
single and S2.00 for two.
As we have on an average only
four or five rooms vacant a day,
we would ask you to reserve rooms
at an early date, if these are desira
ble. Hoping that this meets with your
approval, I beg to remain,
Yours very truly,
per Mrs. J. M- Baisdell.
As requested by you, I now quote
special rates which will extend to
members of the party attending tho
Convention from Sept. 20th to Sept.
At the Alexander Young Hotel:
One person occupying one single
room, SI. 50; two persons occupy
ing one single room, S2.00; one
person occupying suite with bath,
$2.50; two persons occupying suite
and bath, S3.50.
At the Royal Hawaiian Hotel:
One person occupying one single
room, $1.00; two persons occupying
one single room, SI. 50; one person
occupying room, with bath, 82.00;
two persons occupying room with
At the Moana Hotel:
One person occupying room with
out bath, SI. 50; two persons occu
pying room without bath, (Accord
ing to tho room occupied), $8.00 or
$9.00; one person occupying room
with bath, $5.00; lV0 persons oc
cupying room witli bath, $10.00.
I assure you that everything pos
sible will be done to make tho guests
comfortable, and wo hope to have
the pleasure to entertain many of
them at, our hotels.
Very truly yours,
T. B. Till EL,
(Continued from page 1)
Rev. J. K. Kahoopii of Pain, Rev.
L. B. Kauinchehva of Wailuku,
Rev. D. K. Knaiakamauu of Wai
hec, Rev. S. K. Kaailuaof Keauae,
Rev. L. M. Mitchell of Kaupo.also
the four ministers of Molokai,
Revs. I. D. Iaea, David Knai, J.
Kaalouahi and J. P. KalohHani.
The session began at 9 o'clock
Fhursdny morning with a devotion
al service led by Revs. L. M. Mit
chell and H. P. Judd, after which
Rev. I,. B. Kaumeheiwa, the
Moderator of the Association called
the meeting to order. The roll of
members was made up by the clerk,
John Kalino of Kahului, after
which the Moderator appointed the
standing committees. Reports from
several of the pastors and delegates
were read, and then tho Rev. W.
B. Oleson addressed the association
on the subject of giving to the
Hawaiian Board, urging the
churches to contribute at least one
dollar a year per member. Two of
the churches in the county the
Wailuku Japanese and the Kalau-
papa Church exceeded this stan
dard last year and it is hoped that
several others will be in the list
A recess was taken at noon for
lunch and the work of the after
noon began at 1:30 with the C. E.
meeting, presided over by Hon. J.
W. Kalua, president of the Maui
County Society. After the calling
of the roll and the appointment of
committees, President Kalua read
his semi-annual report which stated
the work that had been done dur
ing the past six months and treat
ed the relations between the local
societies and the Territorial socie
ty. Several reports were read,
showing progress in various places.
At 3 p. m. the Sunday School
Association began its deliberations
and continued until 5 p. m. Hon.
J- W. Kalua presided in the capa
city of President of the Associa
tion. The order of business was
similar to that of the Christian En
deavor Society and several schools
reported their present condition.
In the evening Rev. II. P. Judd
gave an address on "Ideals of Sun
day School Work."
Friday morning the session were
resumed, the church association
taking up the morning, while the
C. E. and .Sunday School Asso
ciation held their meetings in the
afternoon and evening.
Today the association resumes
its work and will most likely com
plete its labors at noon. The pro
gram calls for a concert in the
Waihee Church this evening, the
proceeds of which will go towards
the expenses of the convention.
Sunday morning from 8:30 to 10
a. m. the sacrament of the ford's
Supper will be observed, the ser
mon being preached by the Rev.
H. P. Judd. This will be followed
by a "Hoike" of the Sunday
Schools of Central Maui which is
scheduled to end by 12:30 p. m.
On Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4
there will be a C. E. Rally, and in
the evening from 7 to 9 a C. E.
meeting, at which time the newly-
elected officers of the society will
be consecrated for their coming
work. This will probably be the
closing meeting of the three asso
ciations of Maui County.
I.ots or Taro lauds in Wailuku District,
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Sept. 13, 20
On Thursday evening last the
first concert of the Makawao band
was given at the Baldwin Home.
The affair was most enjoyable and
the musicians did excellent work,
considering the short time they
have had to practise.
There was a large attendance and
the many numbers rendered pleased
everybody. The instruments,
which are the gift of a well known
and popular Paia man, are good
ones, and the members of the baud
have soon gotten used to the
The Rev. Father Justin, of Ma
kawao, is the bandmaster and he
has already got the band into good
shape. The residents of Makawao
are looking forward to many other
concerts in the future.
I Xocals I
Dan Conway, the popular traveling
man, is again on .Mnui for a business
Dr. Dimity, of the Kula Sanitarium,
was in Wailuku 011 business during the
George W. Wilbur is the proud father
of a son who arrived on the scene last
The Virginia ISrissac company of 26
people wilj open at the Kahului Lyceum
on October 2S.
The Rev. Douglas Wallace will oc
cupy the pulpit at the Church of the
Good Shepherd tomorrow.
At the police court on Thursday last
tlircc Japanese who pleaded guilty to
gambling, were fined $25 each.
P. Goodness was appointed examiner
of chauffeurs by the board of supervisors
at their regular meeting last week.
The Rev. R. B. Dodge and family have
returned from the mountain where they
spent some of the summer months.
Deputy County Attorney Vincent
spent yesterday in Makawao where he
has some legal business to attend to.
The All-Maui team that left for Hono
lulu last night, on Sunday last defeated
the Ticked Team by a score of 7 to 3.
J. C. Foss, contractor on the Pauwela-
Kuiaha road, was allowed J600 by the
supervisors for extra work performed
W. F. I'ogue was a Wailuku visitor
this week. The I'ogue cottage on High
street is again occupied by the family
The Japanese who was shot on Molo
kai, is now in the Malulaui Hospital
where he was admitted on Thursday last.
A Chinese opium smoker who was
caught in the act was brought up before
Judge McKay and fined 550 on Monday
A Japaucsc who was caught riding a
bicycle at night without having a light
attached, was fined 5 at the police court
Sheriff Crowell paid a flying trip to
Lahaina on Thursday last. He looked
into some matters and returned on Fri
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Wailnku
Union Church will give a dinner at the
Kindergarten Hall on Friday evening,
Miss Mary Hoffman has been appoint
ed organist at the Church of the Good
Shepherd, to succeed Miss Edith Keola,
who has resigned.
According to Supervisor Drummond,
the Wailuku jailer declared thathe would
like to fire the warders and guards for
eating all the butter.
Haua prisoners will have to be content
with food that costs 50 cents per day in
future. The supervisors ordered that
sum to be expended .
A woman's ward will be built at Kula
Sanitarium, and the county nurse, Mrs
Forster, will be transferred to the saui
tarium as soon as possible.
JoeW.eal, the well known theatrical
manager, has gonu to Honolulu in order
to have his eyes treated. He may have
to go to the Coast later on.
The Woman's Guild of the Church ol
the Good Shepherd will hold a meeting
with Mrs. Hen Williams, l'uuuene, ou
Tuesday Sept. 23, at 2:3o p. 1:1.
"Doij't keep open house and invite
every Tom, Dick and Harry to come
along for the blitter and cream," was
Supervisor Druunnond's advice to the
jailer of the Wailuku calaboosh.
St. Anthony's School is again open for
pupils and the building has been greatly
improved during the vacation mouths
New lavatories have been installed and
the ventilation has been much improved.
Hugh Howell says that the new Kihei
boat landing may be completed within
a month from now. The wWarf will be
made ten feet high, instead of eight, and
will be longer than was at first intended,
W. S. Searby, the Puuucuc superin
tendent of mills, wasin New York lately.
He will joint Mr. Forster of Paia and go
to Cuba, Porto Rico and Louisiana, be
fore returning to Maui in November
Seabury Short has heard from his
father the Rev. W. S. Short, who is now
located ou the mainland. The former
pastor of the Wailuku Church of The
Good Shepherd is feeling well and
I. N. S. Williams, the well known
engineer and sugar expert, was in Mont
real lsst week. He has been asked to
proceed to Cuba by a large sugar con
cern to look into the installation of some
big machinery plant.
An allowance of $5 per mouth was
voted by the Maui board of supervisors
to an old blind native who is without
means of any sort. A Hawaiian woman
promises to take care of thcold fellow for
the small sum mentioned.
Kautnana Wine is a product of the
'Big Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hilo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Raumatia Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The Mani supervisors passed n resolu
tion at their last meeting that all the
delegates of the board to the civic con
vention in Honolulu be allowed 25 each
for expenses. They also got free trans
portation from the Honolulu body.
Nine Chinese who were having the
time of their lives playing a game of
fan tan" were run in by the plantation
policeman. The bunch put up bail
money of $5 each, and they forfeited it
in preference to appearing before Judge
Tom Burnitigham, the well known
traveling man, who has been laid up
with a broken leg for some months, is
again 011 the warpath. He is making
the Maui trip this week, and is being
congratulated upon his recovery by his
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Sept. 19.
A wireless from fSnvprtinr TTrnnr nnnniinrr5 tlmt lu is iirnnrnilini'
Tho cutter Keoku is nearing
The junk which the blackbirders used to travel from one island to an
other, is being brought to port on board the cutter.
Great interest is being taken in
and tho preparations are elaborate.
Three soldiers escaped from
Honolulu where they created much
Jailer Asche is in line for a reprimand for accepting a loan from
the crooked Korean. Kim Moon Sun.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. By
the currency reform bill. A negative vote was the result regarding
tho gold standard clause.
NEW YORK, Sept. 18. The
penalty in the Schmidt case.
been operating under many aliases.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.
are in the fight to Etay and that
BERLIN, Sept. 18. Princess
suicide on account of her father declining to allow her to marry a rich
banker of this city.
CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. 18 .
ican warships leave Vera Cruz. The demand has not been complied
with, so far. Diaz may run for president.
LONDON, Sept. 18. Scrapper O'Neill will go to America to fight
HONOLULU, Sept. 18. The coroner's jury returned a verdjet of
suicide in the matter of the unknown man who was found dead on the
Three detectives and two patrolmen were suspended for being
drunk. One of them may be dismissed. The Civil Service commit
tee has decided to abolish the position of chief of detectives, and Mc
Dufiie will, while drawing the same pay, be ranked as a detective.
Some democrats are slow to allow Ashford to lead the party.
Zeno K. Myers had his foot badly crushed yesterday when crank
ing his auto. Later on a part of tho foot had to be amputated.
HONOLULU, Sept. 17. Rudolph Bergor, son of Captain Berger,
was killed instantly yesterday when ho collided, head on, with a Rapid
Transit street car. Berger was riding his motorcycle and was return
ing from Kapiolani Park where he had been practising speed runs.
A stranger supposed to be Herman Renez was found dead on the
beach near tho lighthouse. There was a bullet wound in tho head
but no pistol was found in the vicinity.
The supervisors refuse to appropriate money for the Leahi homo
and that institution will be up against it.
Governor-General Harrison, of the Philippine Islands, was tho
guest of honor at a reception in tho Young Hotel yesterday. Tho
affair was not a great success from a Democratic standpoint.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1G. Tho House Committee on banking
voted 12 to 10 to allow banks to re-discount as much paper as thoy
cared to at the Federal Reserve banks.
H. Toono, of the Maui Hotel staff,
will be married this evening to Miss Orio
Kaiya, of Wailuku. All Mr. Taono's
friends wish him every possible happi
ness. The happy pair will occupy the
house which was formerly the home of
the Machados, on Main street.
"The jailer is better off than the sheriff.
He gets uiiicpoundsof butter and twenty
two cans of cream a month for nothing,"
said Supervisor Drummond the other
day, D.umuioud is one of the police
committeemen, and he has been investi
gating jail conditions in Wailnku.
Nine pounds of butter and twenty-two
cans of cream seems to some kickers,
too much for the Wailuku jailer to get
through in a mouth. He has been asked
to explain the way in' which the butter
and wilk was consumed. He is alleged
to have declared that he would pay for
his own butter in future.
Miss Kaiuakaokalani Esther Cockett,
daughter of Mr. Joseph Cockett, of Wai
kapu, died at the home of liar parents on
Monday evening last. Miss Cockettnvas
only 24 years of age, and was a , (cat
favorite with everyone. The fuujjrnt,
which took place last Tuesday, fivas
largely attended and there were itfany
floral trtbutes. The Rev. R. 11. ifjdgc
officiated at the ccmetary. I
A Filipino who was charged with
carrying a deadly weapon, was fined $ 10
at the police court. The man explained
that he took the knife and n monkey
wrench along to n gate in order to ex
tract a bolt that he needed to finish
making a bed with. He declared that
he had no intention of injuring anybody.
The plantation police officer gave the
man a good character and said he was a
Bids for the construction of the road
at West Kuiaha Gulch, in the Pauwela
district, were opened by the board of
supervisors. Hugh Howell, who was
low with a tender of $6,666.66, may not
get the contract on account of his neg
lecting to bid for the extra cutting back
that may be necessary. There is a chance,
however, of the work being re-advertised.
J. C. Foss and J. A. Alieong with
drew their bids of $9,614. 00 and $6,996,
respectively. The other bid was that of
J. Veuhuizcu, $7,619.30.
Brown comes in for a legacy of
Honolulu with the pirates on board.
the regatta and civic convention,
jail at Leilehua and turned up in
a big majority, the house passed
prosecution will demand tho death
The murderer and the dentist have
Roosevelt says that the Bull Moosers
they have only just begun to give
Sophia Saxeweiner has committed
Huerta has demanded that Amer
IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT ',OV THIi
SHCONI) CIRCUIT, TURR1TORY OK f"
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of HEZE
KIAH MANASE, late of Wailuku, Maul,
NOTICli TO CKHD1TORS.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the Kstate, of
Hezekiah Mauose, late of Wailuku, J5fjui,
deceased, to present the same to J'lt
undersigned, Paul H. Benedict, at the
First National Bank of Wailuku, in
Wailuku, Maui, within six mouths from
date of publication of this Notice Ji
demands thereof will be forever barrel 3
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 19 day
of September, 1913.
PAUL H. BENEDICT,
Administrator of the Kstate of Hezekiah
Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
Notice of Drawing of Grand and Trial
Notice is hereby given that the draw
ing of Grand and Trial Jurors to serve
and net as such during the October, 1913,
Term of the Circuit Court of the. Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, will take
place in the Court Room of said Court,
at Wailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, on Tuesday the 30th
day of September, A. D. 1913, at 10
o'clock in the forcnon of said day.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
Attest: (SdO EDMUND H. HART,
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cockett, of Wai-
kapu, wish to thank their many friends
for kid sympathy extended and floral
tributes offered on the occasion of their
APPOINTMENT OF FIRE WARDEN.
Notice is hereby given that under the
provisions of Chapter 71 of the Session
Laws of 1905, ANDREW GROSS has
been appointed District Fire Warden for
the District of Wailuku, Mnui, vice H. .
B. Penhallow, resigned. x
W. M. GIFFARD.
President and Executive Officer Board
of Agriculture & Forestry.
Honolulu, Hawaii, September 26, 1913.
Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4.
43 Acres Land, with throo
Houses; 20 Acres Leased
Land; 20 Head o Cattle; 4
Horses; 1 Mule. Address
Manuel da Arruda
To Prospective Builders
Will prepare plans and specifica!
tions for building of every desorip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Trices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FORT STREET HONOLULU
An Interesting Case.
In one of his letters Horace Walpole
tells the story of a sailor who had
broken his log and was ndvlsed to com
municate his case to the Royal society.
Tho nceount he gave wits that, having
fallen from tho top of tho mast and
fractured his log, ho had dressed It
with nothing but tar and oakum, and
yet In throo days was nblo to walk aa
well as before tho accident Tho so
ciety was much Interested, says Nor
man Pearson, who recounts tho story
In "Society Sketches In tho Eighteenth
Century," and asked for further da
tnlW. The sailor persisted In declaring that
he had used no other rcmodlwimd a
considerable correspondence pasaeffbo
twecn the parties. Finally, In a post-
script to his Inst letter, the seaman add
ed, "I forgot to tell your honors tht
tho leg was a wooden one."