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TlItfMATJI NEWS, SATpRl)A$; DECEMBER 27 , .1933.
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fat 1 her wns ,m,c1 disappointment
tiowm'on Wednesday Inst, when it
y as frtund that the Pukoo basket-
BU- players did not arrive in Wai-
.Uto take 011 the local players.
Qarfiy had written to Pukoo
VftSiJecting to hear from
ue one over there, but no word
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iball team turn un.
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Thclocal players were ready to
.4 defend the honor of Maui on the
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' kp (nf future.
11 is 10 oe
hoped that a uiatch
tort sonic time in
The local players
. are ftnxjous to show their pace, and
'wlt' rliight b possible to have -ft
match on tha night of New Year's
BBi'i B a sn
;, (Cqntiiuied from piifje I )
would nut agree to anything else.
- Doyle was satisfied with reprimand
,r . but opposed. the three months sus
tX pension, and refused to sign the
, ropor't'propared by Wirtz, in fact
,J hi was on the side of Kupihea
; rather than with the Chairman, but
1 was willing to compromise. , Wirtz
told him if he would leave Kupihea
and borne over to his way of think
ing he would change his report and
make the suspension two instead of
three months. It seemed perfectly
clear to Doyle that the change would
be made and a new report present
ed but, that night, when the Civil
Service Commission was to meet the
'Board of Supervisors, there was
nothing settled and the members
were up in the air. Wirtz said 1.6
'had changed his mind and would
, .not prepare a now report "nor would
''ho alter his determination regarding
ttho three months suspension. Doyle
called a get-together meeting and'
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-" Then it was that DovIh 'and Kimi-
hea , prepared their famous ropri
""'maud 'report and handed it in.
' ' Vutz held his minority report, back,
merely signing the other with the
additional sentence, "I do not con
. ' ;cur," leaving the public 'to guess
" v what he wanted; I know that many
' persons feltfthat ho would be satis
fied with a clear administering of
whitewash when', as ,a matter of fact,
( he was for giving the detective ser
. gcant a harder dose than the others.
Constant criticism by laymen in and
out of the democratic party has
j ' probably, worn on Wirtz, and he
jj.- feels that he has served his country
sjfo , all itneetls to be served by him. 1
tiuiiK newas ueen looiced upon as
i A the brainy. of the organization, but
v' it happens that he cropped up into
public notice all in a bunch and such
'cropping in this country is ant to
cause jealousy. No one doubts his
honesty of purpose as far as I am
ab!& to lCarn, and he seems to have
u lovel head; still his action in the
Kellet matter surprised his friends.
Tiiiiao. the Maui Hotel man. is
jlfe proud fathorf a. son, who was
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. Judge and Mrs.S. B. Kingsbury
yiro in .Honolulu lor tno nolitlays.
Vnffay will return after the New
,"!T1)6" Christmas, dinner at the
'Jilajii Hotel was, a. splendid one and
tir.iniinoer oi pcopio uuicu ai me
'' larld Rice is working hard on
H.ha proposition of. the Intor-lgland
bajball series and the tickets arc
Judge MoKay . andrrs. McKay
took a trip tp Haiku'- for Qhristmas
duy and gpont tno timcywitli JNlr.
aim .ma, ii. una.
Mra. Saraljibavis'lnothor tlie
well known Dickie" DavK who
died Inst year, passed away in
Honolulu on December 13.
There wns a big crowd at the
nioving.piotures at the Maui Theatre
on Wednesday last nnd the steeple
chase race was much enjoyed.
The ladies of the Alexander
House toured the town on Christinas
Eve in an automobilo and distrib
gifts to all the children they
The money raised through the
sale c f l.cd Cross stamps on Maui
has been sent to the Kula Sanitari
um to bo expended on necessary
"Pop" Ilcnning is back, safe and
sound, from the Shrincrs' initiation
in Honolulu. Ho did not have to
fly, aftor all, and Tom Gunn said
he was sorry to find it so.
The S. S. Lurline reached Kahu
lui on Monday last and left the
same evening. There were a few
it .1 t I .1..
vjtiui people on nuaru wuen ui"
steamer sailed for HuiHtlulu.
Kallmann Wine is 11 product of the
"Hig Island," and is absolutely imru. J.
G. Serrno is the wine expert of Hllo and
his wintry is famous all over the gtoup.
Knumniia Wine may be obtaineil from
nil dealers, or direct from the winery. .
Among those registered at the
Maui Hotel aie: Roberta Caldwell,
San Jose; Elizabeth Markham,
Uhinelander, Wisconsin; Dorothy
K. Austin, Los Angeles and Paul
II. Melchert, San Francisco."
There was a merry party at the
Dodge home on Christ ma afternoon
and the children had a great time,
mong those present . were: Rev.
C. Bowdish and wife, Miss Hoffman,
V. A. Vetlesen and the Dodge
The S. S. Arizonan took a very
large cargo of sugar from kahuhu
last week. Nearly six thousand
tons of sugar was shipped on the
csscl and she got it all from the
II. C. it S. Co., and the Mam Agri
cultural Co., Ltd.
On Friday afternoon next there
will bo a free organ recital at the
Wailuku Union Church. Miss Mary
Hoffman will bo assisted by Miss
Ethel Gear, a graduate of Oborlm
Conservatory of Music. The recital
will begin at 3:45 o'clock.
'Stillc Naeht," the beautiful
German , hymn was written by
Joseph Francis Mohr and the music
was composed by Francis X. Huber.
The Silent 'Night," in English,
cannot equal the German original.
This all apropos of the fact that the
hymn was published in a Honolulu
paper the other day.
Owing to the necessity for over
hauling the machinery at the power
house, the electric lights were not
turned on last Sunday evening till
about seven o'clock. Candles and
oil lamps were dug up by house
holders and suppers were eaten by
the light of the ancient articles.
Engineer Peacock had a hard day
of it, but managed to get things go
Church of the Gpod Shepherd,
Rector, Rev. J. Charles Vilhers.
First Sunday after Christmas. At
8 A. M., Holy communion. Sun
day School, at 10. Morning Pray
ers and Sermon at 11. By request,
the Christinas music by the Choir
and Organist . will be repeated.
A cordial invitation and a wel
come to all.
(SOTICIi TO CREDITORS.
In tlje Slnlter of the Itstate of AlyHGKT
B. WHYMOUTH, Late of Lahaina.Maui,
Notice is hereby given to nil creditors
oftheKstate of Albert II. Weymouth,
deceased, late of Iilinina, Maui, V. II.
present their claims, duly authenticat
ed ud with prqner vouchers, if any ex ist
eveu if the clahmik secured by mortgage
upon real estate to the uudersigued, A.
N,, Ilayselden, Iixecutor of the last will
and testament of the decedent, at his
office, in Lahaina, Maui, T. II. within
six months from the date of the first
publication hereof, pr withiu six mquths
from the date tbey fallidue due or they
shall be forever barred."
Date of first publication, Dec. 27, 1913.
A A. N. IIAYSELD15N,
'DecV, 1913,.' 3,7.
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