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THIS MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913.
Next Wednesday at the Wailuku
Public School, the annual meeting
of the Maui Teachers Association
will he held. The convention will
begin a.t'9: lo a. in. and it is expect
ed tWit most of the teachors of
laui will be present when President
ft' A- L. Case calls the meeting to order.
Inspector ticorge S. llaymond
and School Coiumissioner I). C.
Lindsay will be in attendance and
they will address the meeting. Nine
papers of interest to teachers will
be read and then there will be a
discussion of the different subjects.
The program, as at present ar
ranged, is as follows: Phonics:
Class Demonstration, Miss Thomp
son; The Ideal School, Mr. Bectnan;
Supervised Play (on the Play
ground), Miss MacFarland; How
Shall We Make School Interesting?
One Day's Plan of tbo Receiving
Pioom, Mr. 0. T. Boardman; Ex
pression in the Grades, Mis3 Cooper;
Vocational Training, Mr. Bowman;
Fatigue, Miss Smith; Physical
Exorcise, Miss Oilmore; The Obli
gation nf the Public School to the
State in the Moral Training of
Youth, Rev. II. B. Dodge.
(Continued from page I)
deos not lie with Duke, and the
shame is on the citizens of Hono
lulu who are ?o indifferent to this
particular person that they seem
not to care whether he holds the
world's championship or not. I
read in the morning paper the other
day that John Williams had done
more than Duke to exploit Hawaii.
If there ever was a paragraph writ
ten to show personal feeling that
was the one. Both boys are island
bred unci deserve credit for what
they have done, but to put Wil
liams ahead, or even on a par with
Duke as a tourist assett, is like
masking a derby winner and shov
ing a selling plater to the front.
One will be making records when
the other will be forgotten.
The Kellett case was up before
the Civil Service Commissioners
yesterday and the evidence is not
all in favor of the accused. There
is a question, of course, as to how
far the commission should take the
evidence of convicted men serving
time in jail. Naturally they are
sore at the men who helped to put
them away, and they are apt to
shun the truth in order to get even
with the detectives. Jailor Asch
has a number of prisoners sub-pa-naed
but they were not called
yesterday. Each one is willing to
swear that he was robbed by Kel
lett, and Kellett is just as anxious
to swear the other way. Of course,
facts must bo considered and the
fact is, in this case, that Kellett had
some of the goods on him when
first accused. But like McDufliu
he was holding them becauso there
was no safe in which to keep them
in the station house. I was glad to
see that Swaden, the bull who
snitched on the heads of his depart
ment, was forbidden the room
during the trial. He may be a real
nice young fellow, but if ho is, and
I am a reader of countenances, all
rules fail in his case. A saying as
old as Time is that one should al
ways beware of the man who can
not look you in the face. I remem
ber hearing an actor say it was
wiser to beware of the man who
uuum bwiu at me sun. wnat is
the rule on Maui? On Hawaii
everyone chases the sun with his
News of the retirement of Mana
ger Jtcidforu of tho Bishop Trust
Co., came as a suspriso from San
Francisco yesterday. Williard
Brown, who is slated to succeod
him, 38 a broker and member of
the firm of Halstead and Co. So
far as is known Mr. Brown has never
had experience in the trust details
of the brokerage business but he is
keen enough, and rich enough in a
way to administer to the affairs of
the company with an almost judicial
mind. Ho is rather conservative
a condition much desired in the
handling of trusts, and his friends
express the belief that he will make
as great a success of the new venture
as he has of tho brokerage line.
What Reidford is to do is not stated,
nor why the change is made. Ho
came here from Washington a dozen
years ago, engaged in business of
some kind and later became the
manager of the trust company, lie
was, I think, a receiver for a bank
in Washington state, at least he had
something to do in the banking line
that gavo him an insight into the
business he was destined to follow
in the islands.
WELCH CASH. .
Two cases are occupying the at
tention of the people at this time
and, strange though it may be, the
Civil service hearing of Kellett draws
from the notorious Welch case. In
tho former Attorney Peters is charg
ed with brow beating witnesses for
the prosecution ; which is not so
strange nor is it unbelievable. How
the affair will end is a guess. The
other case, that of Mrs. Welch, was
on before Judge Monsarrat and was
free from fire works, which by the
way, may follow later. It was
shown that the woman owed Me
deiros moro than five thousand
dollars, an incident which pretty
nearly clinchea the perjury charge.
A BIG DEAL.
Will Mclnorny has just paid one
hundred and eighteen thousand
dollars for a piece of property be
longing to the Bishop estate out
Palama way. It is said he will
divide it into residence lots and
put it on tho markctf sometime
Just now real estate is dull and
there is little moving but the fact
that he is willing to put so much
money in an undertaking of this
kind, shows that he has confidence
in the future. By tho way the
Mclnemy boys, are wealthy and I
believe they spend their money in
Honolulu investments rather than
take it away.
According to coast advices Willie
Kinney thinks tbo price of McBryde
stock is too low, and tho blame is
on the shoulders of Alexander and
Baldwin who have been agents of
tho company for a long time. It
is evident that the erstwhile
astute lawyer is on the wrong foot,
or lie has not been reading up on
the effects of tariff and short crops
in Hawaii. Few companies are
paying dividends; stock in none of
them commands a price equal to
what it brought a year or moro ago
and none will, probably, until after
the first of the year. McBryde has
never been noted for a good thing
and all of the law suits Kinney can
bring against tho agents, will not
make it better than it is. If the
place has been mismanaged by A
and B, it will bo the first they have
not given their best thought to.
I learn that tho Welch, Have-
meyer and Fairchild plantation in
the Philippines is a failure, mainly
through the inability of the com
pany to get labor. Tho place is so
absolutely unhealthy that the labor
ers die in herds. Tho proposal to
sell to the Japanese seems tho only
way out of it, for tho reason
that if any people on earth can put
that section of the country in a
sanitary condition, it is the Japa
nese. It looks as though Fairchild
gavo up a certainty for an uncer
tainty when he left Kealia for new
lands. He is a bright fellow, a
successful manager and a worthy
citizen who, if the tales wo hear are
true, deserves better luck. San
Cailos on the other hand has proven
a gold mino and Stoddart formerly
fo Kauai comes in for warm praise.
DAIRY MAN WANTED.
Good wages to a suitable uiau toliaudle
a small dairy business.
W. A- MCKAY,
Church of the Good Shepherd,
Rector, Rev. J. Charles Villicrs,
Sunday before Advent. Holy Com -
nninionat.S a.m., Sunday School,
in tho Parish llouso (Old Church),
at 10 a. in. Morning Prayers and
Sermon on: What is it to be a
On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday,
November 27th, thorn will also oe a
special service, in the church in tho
morning at 10:30. To all these
services strangers and friends arc
Services, Conducted by the Rev.
J. Charles Villicrs, will bo held in
he Hall, at Puuncno, on Sunday
tcvening at 7:30. Sunday School,
in the afternoon at 5 o'clock. All
aro cordially invited.
In accordance with a long csta
Wished custom, Thanksgiving Ser
vice will bo held at the Wailuku
Union Church on the Sunday before
Thanksgiving Day this year as usual.
Tho Minister will prcacli a Thanks
giving Sermon. Mrs. W. Leslie
West is in charge of tho decora
tions. At the Organ recital
at seven o'clock Miss Hoffman will
play Renard's Offertory, Cujus
Animam from the Stabat Mater by
Rossini, Andante Cantabilo by
Toms.Miska Hauser's Offertory. The
Prelude will be by Thalberg. The
Thanksgiving Anthem will bo Tur
ner's "Great and Marvelous are Thy
Works. ' ' Smart's Duct: The Lord
is my Shepherd, will be sung in place
of the solo. Tho music during tho
offering will be Rossini's Domino
Deus nffcl the Postludc Vincent's
The Kahului Church will observe
ThanksgivingSunday tomorrow. Mis.
Frank Stevens will sing a solo. The
Sunday School will be at the usual
hour of ten o'clock.
Under the direction of Mrs. Louise
Chisholm Jones the choir and the
Standing Committee of the Wailuku
Union Church will have charge of
the presentation next April of "Tho
Little Red Riding Hood." April
18th has been set for tho presenta
tion of the popular operetta. It
was expected that a Christinas con
cert would be given this year in
December, but other entertainments
have been so numerous this
season it was thought best
to give one entertainment direct
ly after Easter instead of a
concert and an entertainment as
previously had been the custom.
"Little,Red Riding Hood" will un
doubtedly be one of the best enter
tainments ever given on Maui, as it
always met with great favor when
ever presented in the States.
Last Wednesday night the Maui
bowlers put up the following scores:
Kaumeheiwa....l98 201 142 514
Nelson 15G 1G5 154 475
172 1G9 511
133 122 48G
141 1G4 4G0
91 0 815 751 247G
or y St
Jailor Kaili, of the liana police
force, died yesterday morning after
a short illness.
The grand jury met on Wednes
day last and took up two cases that
The now Matson steamer, Mat
sona, sailed from New York for
Honolulu on Thursday last.
The Puuneno Store opened its
holiday season last Monday and an
excellent stock of goods is now on
Lee Austin is making his usual
rounds in the interests of his firm.
He drives his own machine nowa
days. Heavy rains have fallen pretty
well all over Maui, and the planters
and ranchers aro looking very happy
A Portuguese who assaulted a
boy at Makawao and beat him up
badly, was finedv$25 at tho Maka
wao police court.
H. Gooding Field, the expert in
vestigator, may come to Maui for a
few days while his vacation from
nam work on Hawaii lasts.
Tho Maui Thcatro has done cood
business during the past week, and
tno special pictures shown there
have attracted large crowds.
County Attorney D. IT. Case.
Mrs. Case and Miss Case left for
Honolulu last nicht. Mr. Caso will
not return till Saturday next.
Tho People's Store has a wonder
ful assni'tinniit. nf Invn mi vimv mill
and the little ones are constantly
dropping in to sco the display.
The Japanese woman who was
shot a couple of weeks ago on Molo
kai, has recovered very well and
has been sent back to her home.
Mrs. Akce, who was accidentally
shot by her husband at Lahaina
some time ago, is slowly improving
in health at the Malulani Hospital.
Mrs. E. It. Bevins, who has been
very ill in Honolulu, and who was
operated on at the Queen's Hospital,
returned home on tho Lurline last
Sheriff Crowcll took eight prison
ers over lo Lahaina on Monday.
Tho local jail is crowded, and there
was a sthortage of labor in the an
cient capital prison.
A little Japanese boy about eight
een months old was drowned at
Ulumalu, Makawao, last week. The
child fell into tho big ditch and his
body was found later on.
Manager Rosccraii3. of the Paia
Store, has been a visitor to Wailuku
during the week. Ho is getting
ready for the holiday season and
has a fine stock to dispose of.
Burnett, the hvnnotist. is coiim
to itive a new kind of slinu 1Ti
will undertake to catch rifle bullets
with his teeth and defvs anyone to
injure him while on the stage.
Frank Armstronc. the well known
shipping man of Honolulu, came
up on tne s. to. Winnie last Thurs
day on a business trip. He return
ed the same evening on tho Matson
The bazaar given by the ladies
of the Church of The Good Shep
herd, was very successful and a
the Tirst national Bank
N o w Open For Business
Commercial and Savings Deposits
Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Fire, Life, Accidont and Marine Insurance
C. II. COOKE, President
I PUUNENE STORE i
good sum of money was mack. Tho
dance, afterward, was also most en
Tom Burningham, the well known
traveling man of tho von llamm
Young Co., has been on Maui for
the past week. Tom is always
pleased to sec his many Maui
Kaumnna Wine )9 a product of the
"llig Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hllo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kallmann Wine may be obtained from
nil ilpfilprfl. nr ilirorl frntu tlir wlnnrv.
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The greatest interest is being
taken in the bowling tournament
that is to be started on January 1,
at the Wailuku gymnasium. The
bowlers are all getting into shape in
order to have a try for the Dough
Dan Quill is back again, after a
five months trip to his old home
near Boston. Dan has not bci'ii
home for thirty-seven years, ilid
yet declares that ho knew tho old
place well, and did not notice many
changes in his home town.
Senator Penhallow paid a flying
trip to Honolulu during the week.
He only stayed one clay in "town"
and returned by way of Lahaina.
The trip was a rough one, but the
Senator is a good pailor and the
heavy sea did not worry him
E. R. Bevins and C. Burns spent
Saturday and Sunday last on tho
slopes of Ilalcakala. They went
out after goats but the wet weather
spoiled all chances of sport. Mr.
Bevins reports that the crater shel
ter hut is in a terrible condition.
Complaints arc being made about
a gang of youngsters who cause
trouble around the Wailuku Gym
nasium baths on Thursday evenings.
It is reported that the boys throw
cans, sticks and stones into the
swimming pool when ladies aro
taking a swim.
Two Hawaiian youths were fined
825 and $10 each for assaulting an
other young man at Waikapu. The
assault and battery men invited the
wife of the man they beat up to at
W. O. AIKEN, Asst. Cashier
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS
one! a little wino party at their
home. The lady accepted with
pleasure and left her hubby uncon
scious on the road. y
Tho tennis tournament at Puu
nene, for tho Rico cups, is attracting
attention and, notwithstanding the
had weather, some matched havo
been played off. Collins and Lind
say beat Bevins and J. J. Walsh,
G-0, 7-5. F. F. Baldwin and W.
Walsh won one set and lost one in
their match with Thomson and
Murray; the score was G-4, 4-G.
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symptoms of tuberculosis or con
sumption, so that they will so to
physicians before it is too late.
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BlOOd Spitting. If blood is coughed
up the cause is tuberculosis nine
times in ten.
Plcnrlsy.' Causedby tuberculosis
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Niflht Sweats. " Very suspicious.
Loss of weight and strength very
suspicious, especially if there is slight
If any of these symptoms arc present,
no matter how well you look or
feel cut out this ad., take it to your
physician and explain your case.
Yon can be cured if you take it
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who have been treated in the
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