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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY. MARCH 23, 1914
MATSON NAVIGATION CQ.
26$ ItUrktt Stmt, San Trancisto, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
I I i lou iati Jam i
tKnterprise.. Jan 3
"H "rline Jan 6
V lllieluiina. Jan 14
llonolulan... Jan 20
Hyades Jan 22
Matsonia Jan 28
Lurline Feb 3
t Enterprise. Feb 7
Willi el mi tia. Feb 1 1
Ililonian... Feb 12
lloiioluliin... Feb 17
Matsonia Feb 25
I.nrline Mar 3
Hyailes Mar 5
Wilbelmina. Mar t
tEnterprise.. Mar 14
Manoa Mar 17
Matsonia., . Mar 25
Hilonian ... Mar 26
Lurline Mar 31
Wilhelmina. Apr 8
Manoa Apr 14
Hyades Apr 16
tEnterprise.. Apr 18
Matsonia Apr 22
Lurline Apr 28
Wilbelmina. May 6
Hilonian.... May 7
Manoa May 12
Matsonia May 20
tEnterprise. May 23
Lurline May 26
Hyades May 28
Wilhelmina June 3
Manoa June 9
Matsonia.... juue 17
"ililonian... June 18
Lurline Juue 23
Jan 4 Jan lo
Jan 25 Jan 31
Feb 15 Feb 21
Mar 8 Mar 14
Mar 29 Apr 4
Apr 19 Apr 25
May 10 May 16
May 31 June 6
June2i June 27
Indicates that Steamer carries freight and combustibles only,
t Sails from Hilo.
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. MATSONIA To Honolulu and Ililo.
S. S. WILHELMINA To Honolulu and Hilo.
8. S. MANOA To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. LURLINE To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. ENTERPRISE To Hilo direct. (Does not call at Honolulu.)
S 1' HILONIAN I To IIonolul". 1,ort Allen, Kaanapali, Kahului and Hilo.
The above dates are subject to change without notice,
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO., Agents, Kahului.
We send goods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
Benson Smith &Co.
Hotel and Fort Streets
PURE KAUPAKALUA is becoming the favorite
table wine of Maui just because it is pure and
Ask your dealer to jrivo you a free sample and
then order a gallon.
Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd. Haiku, Maui.
llnwniliin IhIdikJh Arrive lntona
Arrive l.iuvo 8. F. 'UjajJB
Jan 19 Jan. 2S Feb 5 75
Jan 1 1 Jan 21 Jan 3 1 ill
Jan 13 Jan 20 Jan 28 67
Jan 20 Jan 28 Feb 3 52
Jan 27 Feb 3 Feb 11 38
Feb 10 Feb 1.8 Feb 2S 42
Feb 3 Feb 1 1 Feb 1 7 1
Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 25 68
Feb 15 Feb 25 Mar 7 112
Feb 17 Feb 25 Mar 3 53
Mar 2 Mar 1 1 Mar 19 76
Feb 24 Mar 3 Mar 10 39
Mar 3 Mar 1 1 Mar 17 2
M ir 10 Mar 17 Mar 25 69
Mar 24 Apr 1 Apr II 43
Mar 17 Mar 25 Mar 31 54
Mar 22 Apr I Apr 11 113
Mar 24 Mar 31 Apr 7 I
Mar 31 Apr 8 Apr 14 3
Apr 14 Apr 22 Apr 30 77
Apr 7 Apr 14 Apr 22 70
Apr 14 Apr 22 Apr 28 ( 55
Apr 21 Apr 28 May 5 2
May 5 May 13 May 23 44
Apr 26 May 6 May 16 114
Apr 28 May 6 May 12 4
May 5 May 12 May 20 71
May 12 May 2a May 26 56
May 26 June 3 June 11 78
May 19 May 26 June 2 3
May 26 June 3 June 9 5
May 31 June 10 June 20 115
June 2 June 9 June 17 72
June 16 June 24 July 4 45
June 9 June 17 June 23 57
June 16 June 23 June 30 4 .
June 23 July 1 July 7 b
July 7 July 15 July 23 ;o.
June 30 July 7 July 15 73,
STORY OF A HIUiMT TOOTH.
A Small Fortune That Was Restored to
Its Rightful Owners.
Ono winter morning n little lioy of
eight or ton years ran Into the otlli o of
the tiiltod Charities In New York city
crying bitterly. Iiotweon his sobs he
Rasped out, "Uncle has stolen mother's
front tooth; plenso got It back for us."
Ills mother, then lying (lend nt home,
wns nn nctress. In her yonth she had
hnd n large diamond Inserted In her
front tooth, nnd the Advertisement hud
As the yenrs passed misfortune over
took her; she wns deserted by her hus
band; the family larder wns often
empty nnd the children hnnprry. lloso
lutely she refused to part with the dia
mond, nlwnys telling the children that
nfter her donth the money it brought
would support them for some time.
When the little mother became 111
with tuberculosis the children hushed
her fenrs nbout their future with reas
surances of the vnlue of the jewel. Hut
before the funeral n wicked uncle came
In the night nnd pulled out the tooth.
An olllcer was sent nt once to the
uncle with threats of nrrest If restitu
tion wns not made nt once. The mis
sion was successful, the tooth restored,
the diamond taken out, sold nnd tho
proceeds used for the children. Con
densed From Survey.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Jos Jefferson's Story of the Man Who
Helped His Parents.
The late Joe Jefferson told this story
of his childhood days:
'When my parents were traveling In
tho west we hnd n hard time to get
along, meeting with had luck In town
after town. Finally we came to n lit
tle village in Illinois and prepared to
give the play. However, the people of
this town had recently turned against
the theater, nnd the license was far
beyond what we could pay. We were
almost in despair, for our situation
wns desperate, not enough money to
give our play in tho town where we
were nnd not enough to get to the next
'Finally my father found n young
lawyer who listened to his story with
.lytnpntliy nnd promised to help us.
Ho succeeded In getting us n permit to
play free of cost. We made good
money that night, which carried us on
to the next town in comfort.
"I recently played In this same town,
which Is now tho good sized city of
Springfield, nnd I visited the cemetery
where thnt young lawyer now lies.
On the stone which marks his grave Is
carved tho name 'Abraham Lincoln.' "
Indies' Home Journal.
Iron That Does Not Rust.
It costs the owners of steel ships
millions of dollars annually to pro
tect their vessels from excessive rust
ing. Do whnt they will, the process
of oxidation goes on, nnd every so
often tho metal hulls bnve to bo treat
ed with nntl-eorroslves. The same si
lent process of decay Is going on In
the metal work of bridges, of railway
nnd trolley lines. The Inventor who
can find a preventive against rust will
save the world almost Incalculable
wealth. And the curious tiling is that
once upon n time tho world knew of
such a preventive. There Is still to bo
seen nt Delhi, tho new Indian capital,
nu Iron monument, which, 110 matter
whnt tho weather may be, never shows
signs of rust. Scientists look that piece
of Iron over, but it keeps its secret
well. Yet if the old Hindu metal
lurglsts could do as much, why not
the metallurgists of today ? Koehester
Macaulay and Music.
Macnulay was entirely Insensible to
tho charms of music. Wo find him
writing from Windsor castle on Jan.
14, 1851: "At table 1 was between tho
Duchess of Norfolk nnd n foreign wo
man who could hardly speak English,
Intelligibly. I got on as well as I could.
Tho band covered tho talk with a suc
cession of sonorous tunes. 'The Camp
bells Are Coming' was one." And Ma-
caulay's biographer. Sir George Otto
Trevelyau, supplies the following In
structive footnote: "This Is the only
authentic instance 011 record of .Mil-
cnulay's having known one tune from
another." London Spectator.
To avoid learning bad habits little
Frank was being reared in the most
exclusive manner. The little fellow
often became lonely playing by him
self. One day lie was enjoying a stolen
interview over the back yard fence
with some other boys. "Why don't
you come and play with us':" asked
" 'Cause mamma won't let me asso
ciate with other boys," was the reply,
"Why, she won't hardly let mo nsso
clnto with myself." I.Ippincott's.
"Of course you owe a great deal to
"No doubt of it," replied Mr. Cuinrox.
"Shu always gives somo of the finest
parties of the season, and If 1 weren't
married to her I wouldn't bo invited to
them." Washington Star.
His Speed Limit.
First Fond Mother My lteginnld has
to have a new set of school books
Second Fond Mother Ho should take
Harold for a model. Mv IIin-oM 11 1
ways stuys iu tho same books for three
years -New Y'ork Post.
Let a man liavo but an aim, a pur
pose, and opportunities to attain his
end shall start forth like buds nt the
kiss of spring. Dishop Spalditif.
YO'Jli I'l.'.C; U THE WORLD-.
F..I It Well, Fur, Though It May Be
C.i-.all, It Is Important,
it is the privilege of a limited nuin-
l.i i of mortals to stand in the limelight
niid It cpplamled, to have a pathway
lea rid fur their progress ami an nt-
teiillw nudiciH'i for their highest ac-
eiit of command or exhortation. Most
f us r.l humble places. We are not
Invito of at our birth, nor when we die.
We mn';e cue more in the crowded
tli'ii-otihfare. The "hungry generations
iread us down." Life's swollen current
roars and eddies about the little canoe
we are trying to paddle Ihrouv.h the
rnplds ami stream. "Wl'at Is tile use?"
we ask. And of what use are we?
What difference would it make If we
gave up the light? Who would notice
Our vanishing, and what is one life
among so many?
Ji that mood of discouragement It Is
to be remembered that ea h of us ha
his place which he alone ecu till
There are others. 110 doubt, who can
do the same kind of work, but tliej
cannot do our work. History Is full ol
tragedies due to the failure not alone
of emperors, hut of peasants not
merely of commanding general-, but 0!
privates in the ranks -and the collapse
of n great cause lias been due to the
fact that one Inconspicuous man in a
small place has thought it made no
(".'(Terence if he ran away. I'hilad.l
fhey Display It In an Acute Form In
In "Through Siberia An Empire In
the Making." by IS. L. Wright and
Basset t Dlgby. the authors tell us that
the city of Tomsk has two morning
dailies. Any Important news that
Miles over the wires during the day is
struck olT on handbills, which are sold
in the streets as "telegramtna." At
the time of the Kusso-Chlnese crisis
there came early one morning the star
tling report that the I'usshin minister
it Peking had been assassinated.
'One of the papers at once ru-died a
llMidbill through the press, but before
it was distributed came the ollicial de
nials from St. Petersburg and Peking.
In keeping with the best journalistic
traditions of the Occident, the editor
had the denials printed on a second
'Then he called all the newsboys
Into the inner oliiee, explained the sit
uation with the utmost candor, handed
out supplies of each bill to the eager
lads and told them to run the streets
crying 'Horrible Assnsslnatlon' until
the 'Horrible Assnssinatlons' had sold
out. Then, nfter resting up for ten
minutes, they were to opeu n chorus of
Startling Sequel nnd proceed to sell
out nil their 'Startling Sequels.' And
Knew What to Do.
Speaking of rare presence of mind re
cently recalled to ex-President Tnft
the case of n handsome young woman
of his acquaintance. She had gone to
tho railway station to meet a man
friend of the family, nnd when he de
barked from the train the young man
lost his head nnd Impulsively kissed
her. The girl thought It the part of
prudence to tell her mother of the af
fair, upon which tho latter was simply
"Y'ou don't mean to tell mo thnt ho
had tho impudence to kiss you?" she
cried. "And to think of the crowd at
the station! Why, my dear, what did
you do in such an embarrassing situa
tion?" "Why. mother, I just kissed him
back, of course," coolly replied tho
young woman. "I wanted to give all
those people tho impression that wo
were relatives." New York Tribune.
Best Fowl For the Table.
Tlio best table fowl Is one t lint hns
tiie heaviest weight of moat on those
parts of the body which tire favorite
cuts. The breast nnd thighs must be
heavy in n Rood table fowl In propor
tion to the remainder of the body. In
order to have thick breast moat nnd
bin thighs these muscles must bo used
by tiie fowl. In other words, tho flier
and seratchor will prove to be the best
table fowl, for their lively habits give
the muscles of the lct;s nnd breast
work that renders them firm nnd tine
Instead of leaving them flabby nnd full
of loose tissue In the shape of fat
Home and Farm.
He Knew How He Got It.
"That larjiu lump rnnnliis across the
buck of your head," said the phrenol
ogist, "means that you are inclined to
be curious, even to the point of reck
lessness." "I know it," said the man who was
consulting' him. "I not that bump by
sticking my head Into the dumb waiter
shaft to see if the waiter was going
up, nnd it was coming down."
"Judge," said the forewoman of the
jury of ladies, "we want to speak to
you about that sealed verdict we just
"Can we unseal it and add a post
script V" Washington Herald.
Why Read Aloud?
A modern moralist regrets thnt no
body nowadays reads aloud.
Iiut Is that the main regret?
Isn't the lack of listeners much more
serious? Cleveland Plain Denier.
Something on the Ancient.
"An oyster of the paleo.ole period
would have made u meal for twelve
people." They didn't swallow them
whole iu those days. Toledo Blade.
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Two base hits Pavis, Albert.
Sacrifice hits Tavares, I'iko. Hase
ott Halls- off N tines, 1; Tavares, 4;
Cockelt, 2. Hit by pitched ball
Subriaito, l'iko, Cornwell, Cockett.
Struck out by N lines, l; by Tav
arcs, 4; by Cockett, 12. Passed
balls Subriano, 1; l'iko, 8.
Valley Isle Oliveira, cf; Silva,
c; Martin, rf; Medeiros, 3; Joe.
Silva, If; Smith, lb; Kaleo, p-ss;
Aki, 2b; Mahi, ss-p.
Gymnasiums M. I'ombo, ss;
Harvest, 3b; K. Hal, rf; A Tonibo,
c. Hansen, lb; Sterling, p; A. Hal,
2b; Medeiros, If; Awana, cf; Lake,
Continued from page I I
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Valley Isle. ...0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 o 7
H. II 0 2 0 1 1 1 5 T) 111
Gymnasium. .0 8 2 2 1 0 3 3 19
H. II 0 5 3 2 2 1 4 3 20
Two base hits Oliveira, Jordan
Silva, Joe Silva, M. I'ombo. Sac
rifice hits Oliveira, J. Silva, M.
Pombo, Hansen. Struck out by
Kaleo, 5; Sterling, 9. Halked
Kaleo, 2. Wild Pitch-Kaleo. Hit
by pitched ball li. Hal.
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Kstale of
JACIXTHO PRKITAS AHRKU
Late of Paia, Maui, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Accounts, Determin
ing Trust and Distributing the Ks
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and accounts of Joe Freitas,
Administrator of the Kstale of
Jacintho FYeitas Abreit, deceased
wherein petitioner asks to be al
lowed $616.45 and charged with
$1,782, and asks that the same be
examined and approved, and that
a final order be made of Distribu
tion of the remaining property to
the persons thereto entitled and
discharging petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
27th day of April, A. I) 1914, at
10 o'clock A. M., before the Judge
of said Court at Chambers at his
Court Room in Wailuku, Count v
of Maui, be and the same' hereby
is appointed the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, whv the
same should not be granted, and
may present evidence as to who
are entitled to said property. And
that notice of this Order be pub
lished in the M.u I Xi:ws, news
paper printed and published in
Wailuku, Maui, for three succes
sive weeks, the last publication to
be not less than two weeks previ
ous to the time therein appointed
for said lrearing.
(Sd.) S. H. KINGSlil.'RV,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sd.) KDMUXD H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Dated Wailuku, Maui, March
Mar. 21, 28, Apr. 4, 11, 1914.
V ' W V 0 WVWIWWW'VVtWWllW
P. O. Hox 346
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kstate of
ANTOXK PKRRKIRA FIVKLLA,
Late of Makawao, Maui, Deceased.
Xorifi; to Ckkditors.
Xolice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the
Kstate of Antoue Perreita Fivella,
late of Makawao, Maui, deceased,
to present the same to the under
signed, Joe do Rego, at Makawao,
Maui, within six months from date
of publication of this notice or de
mands thereof will be forever
Dated at Wailuku" Maui, this 6th
dav of Match, 1914.
JOIv do RKGO,
Kxecutur of the Ivstate of Antonc
Peneira Fivella, Deceased.
Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28.
James C. Toss, fjr.,
Civil engineer A Surve yor
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ALOHA LOIH'.U NO. H KMOHT8
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second ami fourth Saturdays of each
Ali visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
J. T. FAN TOM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
LOOUL MAUI, No. t)84, A. F. & A. M
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Siturday night of each mouth at
73:0. P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
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