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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914.
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please, that that be investigated. I
ask that it be investigated, if your
honor please, and any other mat
ters that counsel sees fit. The
Breakwater, the Thielen case, and
any other which the drunken bums
and their gang please, to embarrass
me in the discharge of my duty in
this court. I want it all investi
gated, if your honor please.
THIS COURT: I don't feel like
investigating any matter on mere
newspaper report. I have nothing
against the newspapers at all, but
I know they sometimes report
things on mere rumor that they are
not well-founded. If any man has
any charges to make, he ought to
come out boldly and put those
charges in writing under his oath;
if he doesn't know the matter di
rectly, stating the source of his in
formation. The court is not going
to take up its time tflcgo into these
matters merely on newspaper re
port. I don't care to say anything
so far as the court is concerned
about my part in the drawing
of any jury. If anyone sees fit to
start an investigation, well and
good. I think that attorneys might
well get down to business and stop
all this newspaper discussion. It
seems to me so far as members of
of the bar are guilty of starting it
or keeping it going, they are not
doing their duty as attorneys.
Wailuku's united efforts will pro
bably result in the following line-up
for the Wailuku team: Soares, cj
U.il, p-lb; Meyer, p-lb; Garcia, 2b;
English, ss; Viola, 3b; Maxwell,
Coekett, Oliveira, field; Masaichi,
The Wailukus have elected Dave
Meyer manager of their team, and
The Chinese team are fortunato
indeed in having been able to sign
up Swan, who will be seen on the
mound for the men from the Orient
The ilisbandment of the Kuhului
team, which has always been
factor in local baseball, means the
material strengthening of the Puu
none and Chinese aggregations.
From the way things look, the
Puunenes will have a line-up that
will be hard to beat. Carreira in
the field is about the best addition
to the team.
Great credit is duo l'aschoal for
Ins continued effort to promote
baseball on Maui. When his team
looked exceedingly week, he stuck
to his gun, and insisted right along
that he would have a team in the
field. We want a few more men
r Wt W'itli TJ.i cnl win 1
W. S. Chillingworth lias been
chosen official umpire of the Senior
League. This means excellent base
ball, and no quibbling. The league
The Senior League teams will
commence their series May 3rd
when the Puunenes and Wailukus
will try conclusions.
C. C. Conradt of Molokai is a
Wailuku visitor this week. Mr.
Conradt came over last Saturday
and will remain in Wailuku a few
days longer before returning to his
Kauuiana Wine ts a product of the
"Hig Island," and is absolutely pure. J,
G. Serrno is the wine expert of Hilo and
his winery is famous a1', ver the group.
Kauuiana Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The reception given to Rev. Har
ris at the Kahului Union Church on
Wednesday evening was very well'
attended and many people had the
pleasure of meeting the now minis
ter and his wife for the first time.
Von Tempsky is surely some
booster for the Maui Racing Asso
ciation. lie is the most enthusi
astic man over the prospects of tho
Fancy Hall and the Fourth of July
races. Hero's wishing you all suc
C. C. Clark, formerly editor of
the M a u i No w s , is on Maui with
couple of fine new automobiles
for sale. Mr. Clark is representing
the Sehunian Carriage' Company,
agents for many of the popular
makes of cars.
With tho many cuts in the sala
ics of county officials and employ
ees, and tne elimination oi oiners,
with the economies being effected
in plantations and business houses,
those having positions should bo
thankful they are alive.
It is reported that negotiations
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are on between mo KaupaKiuua
Wine & Liquor Co., Ltd., and the
Maui Wine it Liquor Co., Ltd.,
which, if consumated, means con
siderable to the many small farmers
in the Kaupakalua section of Maui.
On account of the recent heavy
cuts in the price of canned pine-
ipplo, the price of raw fruit to the
grower will bo reduccu lrom &:ju
which prevailed during 1913 to
11.25 for the number 1 fruit. For
number 2 fruit half the price will
Many of the farmers in the
niaha-Peahi section who had an
ticipated planting largo areas to
pineapples this year, will reduce
their plantings considerably on ac
count of the discouraging price for
the raw fruit.
Price of taro has been advanced
by leaps and bounds, due, it is
said, to an attempt to corner the
Maui taro market by a recent visit
or representing a poi lactory in
Honolulu. This of course, has
been very beneficial to the taro
Messrs. Lufkin, Wadsworth and
Ambrose were summoned to Hono
lulu by wireless on Wednesday, pro
bably to appear in the libel case of
II. E. IJond vs. Hawaiian Gazelle
Co. Mr. Wadsworth did not arrive
from liana in time to go by the
Health Inspector J. L. Osmer,
made a hurried trip to liana per
b. to. (Jlauclino tins week. A case
of diptheria was reported from one
of tho Camps on that side of the
island and steps are being taken to
thoroughly quarantine and fumigate
all contacts so as to check any pos
sible spread of the disease.
it is reported mat Wailuku is
soon to have another Vulcanizing
plant. Amos Mozetta formerly of
the Maui Vulcanizing Co., is the
iri'an arranging for the new outfit,
and says ho will commence business
very shortly. Ho states that if you
nave any trouble witli your casings
or tubes he will patch it (not the
The recent heavy rains on Maui
have certainly been a blessing to
the rancher and farmer on Maui
A trip through the Makawao-Kula
section would convince even the
most doubtful ; pastures with plenty
of feed, corn crops looking as green
and beautiful as could bo wished
with promise of a bumper harvest,
certainly go a long way towards
making our friends in the country
A number of Maui citizens havo
been subpoenaed to go to Honolulu
to appear as witnesses in the suit of
It. E. IJond against tho Hawaiian
Gazette Company, publishers of the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser. The
suit nrose out of an article wind
appeared in the Advertiser last Fal
during the time tho Civic Convcn
tion was being held in Honolulu
Bond claims that the article was
unfounded and that ho has been
Jnnics C. Toss, Jr.,
CM1 Engineer Surveyor
SHE HATED L0TS0F THINGS.
And Jonny Llnd Abhorred the Very
fjamo of Barnum.
In January, 1S00, Mrs. Onirics Moul
ton mot Jenny Llnd lti Franco and
tells her experience hi her book "In
the Courts of Memory."
Mrs. Moulton describes tho singer ns
"neither handsome nor distinguished
looking in fact, nulto tho contrnry
plain features, a pert nose, sallow skin
and very yellow luiir." Jenny Llnd
asked Mrs. Moulton to visit her on tlvo
following day, nud sho did so. Mrs.
"I wish you could have scon her.
She was dressed In a ivhtto brocado
trimmed with n piece of rod silk
around the bottom, n red, blousy waist
covered with gold beads sowed fan
tastically over it, perhaps odds and
ends of old ilnery, and gold shoes!
Just fancy, at 11 o'clock In tho morn
ing! "Wo talked music. She hated Verdi
nud all ho had made; sho hated Ros
sini and all ho had made; sho hated
tho French; she hated the Americans;
sho abhorred tho very name of Ilar
nuni, who, sho said, 'exhibited mo just
as ho did the big glnnt or any other of
" 'Hut,' said I, 'you must not forget
how you were Idolized and appreciated
In America. Even ns a child I can re
member how they worshiped Jenny
" 'Worshiped or not,' she nnswercd
sharply, 'I was nothing moro than a
show in a showman's hands. I can
never forget.' "
A young society woman met a count
and fell in lovo with him. Her father
was opposed to n match of this kind
and declared tho foreign nobleman was
simply after his money.
"Count," said tho young woman one
evening, "you can't imagine how my
lovo for you distresses my parents.
My father told me he would give $10,-
000 if I would never seo you again."
"Ah, darling," said tho count, "ees
your fazalro in liees onoes now, you
sink'" Chicago Ueeord-IIcrald.
Mrs. Gray (meeting two acquaint
ances on Uio paraiie) uu, i man i
mow you were here, Mrs. Greene!
A.wfuHy pleased! You must come nnd
spend an evening with us.
Mrs. Greene It's very kind of you,
but you must really excuse us. You
see, we've never been In the place be
fore, and we're only here for a few
days, so, of course, wo must niako the
best use of our time. London Express.
Free and Equal.
'Do you truly and honestly believe
that all men are born free and equal i '
asked Jlmyson of tho genial philos
"I suro do," replied G. P. "Frco or
all responsibility and equal to not less
than three square meals a day." Life.
"How did you come out of that deal
In Wall street?"
'I got several thousand dollars
worth of experience. But tho price
on experience has gone away off, with
no chance that I can see of recover
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
supplying all of the material o
every kiwi wliatsoever, and ail
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 spe
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. Iv
Kalania, Chairman and Exectttiv
oincer ot saiu uoaru, must accom
pany each tender made hereunder
the Board reserving the right to re
ject 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 Wm. F. KAAK,
County Clerk, County of Maui
April 11, 18, 25.
ALOHA LODGE NO. II KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members arc cordially in
vited to attend
J. T. PANTO M, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
Drays, Kxpress Wagons, lluggics, etc.
amess and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, Frnnk iMeilelroft, Chauffeur;
so 2-Ton Huick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer nnd
LODGli MAUI, No. 1)84, A. P. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on thefirst
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren arc cordially in-
ited to attend.
K. R. BKVINS, R. W. M.
A. L. CASE, -
Statkmknt ok tiik Owxi-ntsiup,
Maxagi:mi:.vt, Cihculatiox, Etc.,
f Tiik Maui Nkws, published wcek-
y, at Wailuku, Maui, required by
ct of August 21, 1012.
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
lolding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of stock.)
Eat. II. P. Baldwin, Puuncnc,
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd., Lahaina,
D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
I?. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku,
C. D. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maui.
Kathyrn M. Case, Wailuku,
J. J. Newcombe, Lahaina, Maui.
A. X. Hnyseldcn, Lahaina, Maui.
Wailuku Sugar Company, Wai
Wm. Loughcr, Puunenc, Maui.
H. Streubeck, Wailuku, Maui.
J. Garcia, Wailuku, Maui.
II. A. Baldwin, llamakuapoko,
R. C. Searle, Honolulu, Oahu.
Est. Geo. Hons, (F. Hons, Hono
lulu) Honolulu, Oahu.
Millie B. Hair, c-o D. O. Lind
say, Kahului, Maui.
D. II. Case, Trustee, Wailuku,
J. Garcia, Trustee, Wailuku,
II. P. Baldwin, Ltd., Puuncnc,
W. F. Poguc, Huelo, Maui.
Geo. Freeland, Lahaina, Maui.
F. A. Lufkin, Wail"ku, Maui.
R. C. Searle, Jr.,HonoHia, Maui.
J. W. Holland, Kahului, Maui.
Enos Vincent, Wailuku, Maui.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or moro of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other secu
The Maui Publishing Co., is in
debted to the First National Bank
of Wailuku in tho sum of $1500.00
evidenced, by a promissory note.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through tho mails or other
wise, to paid subscribers during the
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.
E. R. BEV1NS,
Maui Racing Asociation
.SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914.
No." 1 JAPANESE OWNED. HORSES, running race, V
mile dash; first prize $ 75
second prize 25
FOR ALL, running race, Vi mile
TROTTING and PACING, 2:15 class,
best three out of Jive; purse 300
No. 4 HAWAIIAN BRED, running race, l mile dash;
purse, . 200
No. 5 PONY RACE, Vz mile dash, free for all.Ponies 14:3
and under, purse . 100
No. 6 FREE FOR ALL, running race, Vi 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 Mammoth 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.
iVc moved to larger quarters,
in a splendid building, because
g of increasing trade due to the
real worlh of the shoes we sell.
8 People are realizing more than
I 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
SHOES, AND EVERY
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
1 purpose for Men, Women and
REGAL BOOT SHOP
Honolulu. (Pantheon Building.)
dash; piirse. 200