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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914.
Tn tlic Circuit Court this week
there has been a civil suit that hns
attracted a lot of attention. In the
case, C. J. Schocning it Co., Ltd.,
arc suing V. Miner for some three
hundred odd dollars on account of
automobile supplies sold. Attorney
K. It. Bevins it. appearing for the
plaintiff, and Attorneys D. II. Case
and 15. Vincent represent the de
fendant, who pleads a general denial
of the indebtedness.
The first hitch in the proceedings
came when it was found necessary
to appoint a commissioner to make
an accounting of the books of
Sehoening & Co., as relating to
Miner's account. There was no
objection made by either side to
this at the time but, later on, an
objection was made by the attorneys
for the defense, who claimed that
the commissioner V. F. Crockett
exceeded his powers. However,
this was cleared up by the judge
putting Crockett on the stand and
ascertaining from him that he had
checked up the charge slips, day
book and cash book, of Sehoening
it Co., and had found the entries to
The defense tncii brought up
the question of delivery of the
goods, and questioned the whole
matter. Sehoening and Dan T
Carey swore to the delivery of the
goods that they, personally, had
delivered, and declared that the
other employees, acting as sales
men for the company, had made
the other deliveries, making th
charge slip at the time, and hand
ing the slips to the manager later
on each day.
Attorney Vincent then questioned
Sehoening as to the incorporation of
the firm, C. J. Sehoening it Co.,
Ltd. The manager testified to the
registration of the firm in the Treas
uror's office in Honolulu, and swore
as to the certificate issued at that
Vincent then asked if a notice re
garding the formation of the 'in
pany had been published in a Maui
newspaper. The various objections
of the attorney for the defense were
overruled, and then the defense
claimed that Sehoening & Co., had,
some time before, tried to bring
suit in the District Court for i
smaller amount than now claimed
Attorney Bevins showed that tin
suit in the lower court had never
come up for trial as, on the motion
of the attorney for the defense, the
matter had been thrown out of
court because the bill of particulars
had been attached to the complaint
by brass paper fasteners, rather
than by being pasted thereto. Other
attempts to recover the alleged debt
weie also turned down in the lower
court on technical points before
really coming to trial.
Attorney Vincent took the point
that, in bringing suit in the lower
court, the plaintiffs had "waived"
certain amounts in order to allow of
the claim coming within the Dis
trict Court jurisdiction. This point
will be decided after the counsel for
botli sides have filed briefs with
Laymen who followed the pro
ceedings, want to know whero tho
manager of any store will get off,
if his clerk's original entries of sales
..are not evidence enough of delivery.
The whole mutter will probably be
settled on Monday, but an appeal to
the Supreme Court is very probable.
Church of the Good Shepherd,
Easter services. Holy Communion
at 7 a. m. and also at 10 a.m.
Full choral service at 11 o'clock.
Sermon on "Is tlResurrection a
Fact?" Childrcn'Jbervico in tho
afternoon at 3 o'clock, at which the
Lenten Mito Boxes will be received.
Evening service, in the Club Hquse
at Puunene. at 7:30 o'clock.
Strangers and friends are invited to
all the services. A welcome to all.
Easter music, Church of the Good
Shepherd: Organ Voluntary, ' Of-
fertoire," Batiste; Processional
Hymn, No. 112; Chant, "Christ
Our Passover," Preston ; To Deum
Laudamusi Dykes; Jubilate Deo;
iVnthcm, "Ho Is Not Here, He Is
Risen," Read; Hymn, No. 123;
Anthem, "Hallelujah, Christ Is
Risen," Claire; Recessional Hymn,
No. 115; Organ Postlude, "Gloria,"
from 12th Mass Mozart.
The Easter service at tho Wailuku
Union Church will be held as usual
at half past seven, Sunday evening.
Several strong voices will assist in
tho choral work of the choir. Mr.
Baldwin will also take a prominent
part in the music of tho evening.
Miss Hoffman will begin her organ
recital at seven o'clock as usual.
Her selections are appropriate for
Easter. The minister will present
bibles to children who were baptized
in tho church.
At Kahului special Easter ser
vices have been arranged by the
new minister, Rev. .Howard Harris,
and the committee of the church.
Floral decorations wili bo unusually
beautiful, anil special faster music
will bo rendered. Several children
will be presented for baptism. The
service will begin promptly at 11
Last night, at the Wailuku Union
Church, the following program was
rendered: Organ Solo, "Grand
Chorus," Dubois. Miss Hoffman;
Organ Solo, "Virgin's Prayer,"
Massenet, Miss Hoffman; The
Voice of the Mother in Her Sor
row," Mrs. Jones; Organ Solo,
"Fantasia," Andrews, Mrs. Villiers;
Recitative, a. Prologue, Celestial
Choir," b. Recitative, c. Chorus,
"Jews Deriding Jesus, Augmented
Choir and Mr. Baldwin; Organ
Solo, Funeral March," Chopin,
Miss Hoffman; Violin Solo, ' Ber
ceuse" from Jocclyn, B. Godard,
Mr. Bond; Solo, "Thus Saith the
Lord," from the "Messiah," Han
del, Mr. Baldwin; Organ Solo,
Selected. Mrs. Villiers; Duet, "0
Let Him Whose Sorrow," Ruben
stein, Mrs. Jones and Mr. Baldwin;
Organ Solo, ''Ave Maria,'' Gounod,
Silent Prayer; Postlude, Sterne,
I Horn Is I
The Puunene Ladies Handicap
tournament is arousing much inter
est at tho big mill.
L. M. Fishel, "The Speed King,"
paid one of his usual business visits
to Maui this week.
Judge McKay has sold his rancl
on the Valley road to Frank Corrca,
the well known Kula rancher.
Tomorrow will bo Easter Sunday
and services appropriate to the day
will be held in the various churches
The children's dancing class at
the gymnasium is going along in
line shape and the dances are well
Mrs. A. Rodrigues, of Wailuku
(lieu on i'rulay, April 6. A sorrow
ing husband and five little children
are left behind.
Tho Rev. R. B. Dodge is receiving
tho congratulations of his many
friends upon the arrival of a little
sou at his home.
The Rev. Howard Harris, of the
Kahului Union Church, preached
his first sermon last Sunday night
to a large congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walsh have
the sympathy of all Maui and every
one hopes that their little baby gir
will soon be alright again.
There was a meeting of the Gym
nasium committee last Monday
night and it wap decided to liavo
the roof of the hall repainted.
The organ recital at tho Wailuku
Union Church was a splendid affair
list night and tho church was
crowded. Full particulars will bo
given next week.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, II. W Kinney, will probably
visit all tho islands in tho near fur
turc in order to get in touch with
The Maui Vulcanizing Co. is now
ooated in the building formerly
occupied by 0. J. Sehoening it Co.
1 he firm is sending out letters an-
nouncing the fact.
Wailuku is oiwe more back on
tho old schedule as regards street
electric lights, and the current will
not in future be turned on whenever
the moon is supposed to bo shining.
Some wonderful costumes will be
seen at the Maui Pacing Association
Ball on April 25. Tickets will be
on sale next week. Gentlemen SI.
Ladies 50c. Spectators 50 and 25c.
At a recent meeting of the Wo
man's Guild of the Church of the
Good Shepherd, it was decided that
the annual bazaar should be held
this year, on tho evening of Satur
day, Oct. 31.
In June the younger set will
give an entertainment that will help
out the Maui Racing Association a
lot. Tho performance is now being
arranged and, later on, the details
will bo announced.
Kallmann Wine Is a product of the
Big Island," mid is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hilo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kaumann Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The amount of money collected
at the organ recital at the Church
of tho Good Shepherd, last Thurs
day evening, amounted to $80.
This sum goes to the Kula Sani
tarium fund and is much appreciat
The free show at tho Maui
Theatre last Sunday night attracted
a large crowd, and the exhibit of
tho territorial board of health on
the tuberculosis question, was well
worth seeing. Mr. Anderson, of
the Board, delivered an interesting
W. E. K. Maikai, whoso official
head was removed by the board of
supervisors, has been dropped from
the position of lush and loou In
spector. Ho has written the board
saying that he feels no ill will to
ward it, and that for six years his
relations with the supervisors have
been very friendly.
C. R. Collins, the Honolulu bus
iness man and Haiku pineapple
farmer, is back on Maui. Ho went
down to town" to look after the
transfer of his harness and saddlery
business from Bethel street to Ala-
kea street. Mr. Collins will in future
handle automobile accessories in ad
dition to his ordinary stock.
Senator J. L. Coke was in Wai
luku this week. He came up to
attend to an estate matter, and suc
ceeded in getting it settled. Chong
Fook, who was formerly in business
in Wailuku, died without a will
His brother, who resides in Yoko
hama. has been declared to bo the
Sealed tenders will be received
by the Board of Supervisors within
and for the County of Maui, not
later than 10 A. M. of Thursday,
May 7th, 1914, for furnishing and
sunnlving all of the material of
every kind whatsoever, and all
work and labor, required in the
construction of 183 feet of concrete
ditch, a settling box at the end of
such ditch, and 5000 feet of asphal
turn dipped spiral riveted pipe; all
of which is to supplant the present
open ditch and flume of the Laha
ina Water Works. Lahaina, Maui,
and all of which material and labor
to be furnished and performed in
accordance with the plans and spc
cifications now on file in the office
of the County Clerk, of the County
of Maui, at Wailuku, Maui.
A certified check equal to 5 per
cent of the bid, payable to S. E.
Kalania, Chairman and Executive
officer of said Board, must accom
pany each tender made hereunder;
the Board reserving the right to re
iect any and all bids made here
Blank forms of proposal may be
had by applying to the undersigned
as County Clerk.
By order of the Board of Super
visors, within and for the County
of Maui, lerntory of Hawaii.
By War. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
April 11, 18, 25.
Treasurer's Office, County of Maui
Notice is hereby given that Re
gistered Warrants, General Fund
Numbers 1 to 100 inclusive (Re
gistered Number) will be paid on
16th day of April, 1914, after
which date said warrants will cease
to draw interest.
L. M. BALDWIN,
Treasurer, County of Maui.
April 11th, 1914.
Drays, Express Wagons, Huggics, etc.
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, Frank Aledclros, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton Huick Truck, for hire Day nnd
Night. Special rates for large parties.
Wc guarantee to make all steamer and
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. f A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. R. BEVINS, R. W. M.
A. L. CASH,
Statkmkxt of the Ownership,
Management, Ciiiculation, Etc.,
of The Maui News, published week-
y, at Wailuku, Maui, required by
Act of August 24, 1912.
Editor, Managing Editor, Busi
ness Manager and Publisher. V. L.
Stevenson, Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
Owners: (If a corporation, give
names and addresses of stockholders
holding 1 per cent or moro of total
amount of stock.)
Eat. II. P. Baldwin, Puunene,
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd., Lahaina,
D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
It. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku,
C. D. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maui.
Kalhyrn M. Case, Wailuku,
J. J. Newconrhe, Lahaina, Maui.
A. N. llayselden, Lahaina, Maui.
Wailuku Sugar Company', Wai
Wm. Loughcr, Puunene, Maui.
H. Streubeck, Wailnku, Maui.
J. Garcia, Wailuku, Maui.
II. A. Baldwin, Hamakuapoko,
R. C. Searlc, Honolulu, Oahu.
Est. Geo. lions, (F. Hons, Hono
lulu) Honolulu, Oahu.
Millie B. Hair, c-o D. C. Lind
say, Kahului, Maui.
D. II. Case, Trustee, Wailuku,
J. Garcia, Trustee, Wailuku,
II. P. Baldwin, Ltd., Puunene,
W. F. Poguc, Huelo, Maui.
Geo. Frceland, Lahaina, Maui.
F. A. Lufkin, Wailnku, Maui.
R. C. Scarle, Jr., Honolua, Maui.
J. W. Holland, Kahului, Maui.
Enos Vincent, Wailuku, Maui.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, moiTgages, or othnr secu
rities. The Maui Publishing Co., is in
debted to the First National Bank
of Wailuku in the sum of $1500.00
evidenced, by a promissory note.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through the mails or other
wise, to paid subscribers during tho
six months preceding tho date of
this statement. (This information
is required from daily newspapers.)
Daily Wireless 120.
V. L. STEVENSON,
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this twenty-seevnth day of Mar.
15. R. BEVINS,
Maui Racing Asociation
SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914.
No. 1 JAPANESE OWNED HORSES, running race, V2
mile dash; first prize : '. $ 75
second prize 25
No. 2 FREE FOR ALL, running race, V2 mile dash; purse. 200
No. 3 TROTTING and PACING, 2:15 class, mile heats,
best three out of five; purse 300
No. 4 HAWAIIAN BRED, running race, V2 mile dash;
No. 5 PONY RACE, V2 mile dash, free for all.Ponies 14:3
and under, purse 100
No. 6 FREE FOR ALL, running race, V2 mile dash, 2
years old; purse 500
No. 7 HAWAIIAN BRED, running race, mile dash,
No. 8 FREE FOR ALL, Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats;
best three out of five, purse 500
No. 9 FREE FOR ALL, running race, 1 mile dash, purse 250
Yc Mammotli Regal Bootc now
hangs at the mauka-Ewa corner
where Fort and Hotel streets meet.
(Pantheon Building.) Remember
the new location when you write,
or when you come to the Capital.
Wc moved to larger quarters,
in a splendid building, because
of increasing trade due to the
real worth of the shoes we sell.
People are realizing more than
ever before that Regal Shoes arc
Good Shoes until they are com
pletely worn out by long wear.
YET THEY COST NO
MORE THAN POORER
SnOES, AND EVEdY
BODY IN THE TERRI
TORY PAYS THE SAME
PRICE FOR A PAIR.
We pay all Parcel
You know the quality and style
of Regal Shoes. Shoes for every
purpose for Men, Women and
REGAL BOOT SHOP
Honolulu. (Pantheon Building.)