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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914
U. of C. Game
On Maui Is
STANDING OF TEAMS.
Played W. L. Pet.
Wailuku 3 3 0 1.000
Puunene 3 1 2 .333
C. A. C. 2 0 2 .000
By winning from the Pinincnes
last Sunday, the Wailnkn team
added another victory to its un
broken record since the present
series began. The game was well
played, but was a shut out for the
Pnnnenes. Wailnkn made a run
in each of the first two frames, and
failed to score again until the 9th
when three men went in on a hot
grounder between 2nd and short.
Cockett stole his way in from 1st
in the 2nd inning, having been
walked to first. Soares and Max
well scored 2-base hits. Schollz
struck out 8 men for Puunene to
Meyers' 7. He also walked 8 men
while Meyers passed 7.
CALIFORNIA MAY NOT COMB.
It now looks less promising for
securing a visit from the California
University team. This is due to
the fact that the Coast players will
not arrive as soon as expected, but
will reach Honolulu just in time to
begin the series as per schedule.
If the team comes to Maui at all it
will be immediately after the
Fourth of July, after their Hono
lulu games are finished.
There was no game of the
Juniors last Sunday.
TOMORUOWS CAM liS.
C. A. C, jrs. vs. Gymnasium,
1:30 p. m.
Puunene vs. C. A. C, 3:30 p.m.
Following is the list of teachers
appointed for Maui public schools
for next year, by the Board of Public
Instruction, at its meeting held last
.week in Honolulu:
Olowalu Frank K. Iloopii, Koa
Kamehamcha III 0. T. Board
man, Mis. Jennie Schoenberg, Miss
Alice Iloapili, Miss Bertha Kau,
Miss Tsulnn Choy, Miss Eva S
Boardinan, Mrs. M. A. Lee, Mrs
Rose Mookini, Miss Mary Apo, Mrs.
O. T. Boardinan, Mrs. Lucy Fuv
Lahainaluna C. A. MacDonald,
Harlan Roberts, J. A. Wilson, F
E. MeCall, Sam Mookini, Samuel
Kapu, Win. Makaena.
Puukolii O. W. Heni.ing, John
Ilonokowai Mrs. Rowena K
Honokohua Miss Catherine Choy
Honokobaii Solomon Pali.
Kahakuloa Willie K. Iloopii.
Waibee Mrs. Ella L. Austin
John Bnwn, Miss Acboy Abu, Miss
Edith L. Dunn.
Wilillllf II M!4 T.idn flrinlmril
Mrs. Kate L. McKay, Miss Alice
xWest, Miss Elvira Sopor, MissEditl
Keolu, Mrs. Caroline Weight, Mrs
A. V. Crockett .
Wuikiipu Mrs. Zelie Cockett.
Kihei J. P. Cockett, Miss L
Tai Ellen Soong.
Kiihului Moses Kau h i in a h u
Miss Lizzie Kalino. .v-.,
Spreckelsville Mrs. LauroA
Sabey, Miss Lucia Smith, Miss
Elizabeth MacFarland, Miss Lucy
Puunene Miss Carrie A. Thomp
son, Mrs. J. B. Medoiros, Mrs. S
M..Maplca, Miss Ethel M. Graham
- (Miss Pearl Spiccr, Miss Sarah Ka
lino, Miss Grace G. Ilillmor, Miss
Keahua Mrs. M. L. Simpson,
Mrs. L. S. Mcsick.
Paia II. M. Wells, Miss Bernice,
ustine, Miss Virginia Slide, Miss
Miss Agnes Piepcr, Miss Lucy
Richardson, L'anuel G. Anjo, Miss
Hcrmina Stendcr, Mrs. C. do Lima
Andrade, Miss Elsie White.
Makawao F. W. Hardy, Miss
Rose E. Crook, Miss Mao Alalia,
Miss Amelia Tain Van.
Kealabou J. Vincent, Mrs. J.
inccnt Miss Rebecca Copp, Miss
Kaupakalua W. I. Wells, A. S.
Medeiros, Miss Ruth llananiaikai.
Keokea D. Knpohakitnohcwa,
Mrs. D. Kapohakimohewa, Miss
Ellen Conn. Miss Macmc Shim.
Ulupalakua Manuel Cravalho.
Makcna Joseph Cravalho.
Ilamakuapoko Miss M. E. Fle
ming, Mrs. Lulu Iloag Boyum, Mrs.
i. L. Case, Antone Perreira, Mrs.
Haiku T. R. Hinckley, Mrs. E.
B. Blanohard, Miss Maria Rod rigues
Miss Florence Wood.
Kuiaha Mrs. E. A. Turner.
Ilalehaku Miss Rachael Kiakona
Iluelo Edward J. Smythe.
Keanae Carleton Miller, D. Pii-
Nabiku Abel Catbcart.
Ulaino Mrs. Muriun P. Morrill.
Kaeleku Mrs W. B. Deas.
liana Mrs. L. C. Frain, Miss
Elsie Chalmers, Miss Nellie Amana,
Miss Fook Yin Yap.
Ilaou Wm. P. llaia, Mrs. J. A.
Kipabulu Mrs. Ruth A. Gibbs,
Miss Dolly Keike.
Kaupo Mrs. L. A. Marciel, Miss
Lanaikai Miss Mary Kaiihanc.
Lanaiuka Miss Jean Munio.
Kalae Mrs. E. Baker.
Kaunakakai D. Kaai.
Kamalo Mrs. Frank Foster.
Kaluaaba R. L. Ogilvie.
Waialua Edward Kaaupu.
I lalawa David Kalaaii.
Wailau L. K. Kaalouahi.
Kalauimpa A. J. Kauhaibao.
Maui High it Graniniai Wilbui
S. Becman, Mrs. Blanch D. Beeman,
Miss Mary H. Cooper, Miss Letitia
Morgan, Miss Eslelle Roe.
Supervisors Act on
The board of supervisors held a
brief session on Monday afternoon,
the principal business transacted
being the passing of the new water
works ordinance to print. Instead of
three ordinances one each for Ma
kawao, Wailuku, and Lahaina
systems as at first intended, all
three are now embodied in one
ordinance. The full draft of the pro
posed ordinance appears under the
"By Authority" head in this issue.
The regular monthly session of the
board will be held beginning next
Two clever stories in the last issue
of the Junior Oaliuan, written .by
Wailuku girls, have been noted
with much interest by their friends
on this island. One is entitled "The
Story of the Hermit," and is the
work of Miss Mabel Wilcox. The
other is a Hawaiian romance, of
rather'tragic type, captioned, The
Fate of Kaoao," and signed "V
K. K-' wheh is undersood to be
the short for Miss Monii Keola.
Both girls arc members of the Puua
hou Academy class of 1915.
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Rough Sea at Lahaina
An unusually heavy surf at La
haina prevented boats from landing
at that port during the early part
of the week. Last Saturday the boat
stealer on one of the Manna Ken's
boats was washed off into the break
ers and it was with the greatest dif
ficulty that a landing was effected.
Passengers in the boat, including
women, wero drenched, and the
boat nearly filled with water. Pas
senger and mails for thoMaunaKea
on Monday night, had to be held
over for the Claudino from Kahului
Girl's School to Entertain
Cuckoo Patrol, is the name of
the first of boy scents on Maui. It
is Wailuku Troop, No. 1, which
was formed last Saturday after
noon. Frank Bal was elected pat
rol leader, and Elmer Hart assist
ant patrol leader. Wells Cum
niiugs, Joe DosRies, and Tom
Hart are also members of the
A Puunene local scout council
has been organized, of which C. C.
Campbell is secretary.
Dr. Ian McLaren, Scout Master,
addressed the Lahainaluna school
on Tuesday, and a patrol will be
formed there on the opening of the
term next September. Dr. Mc
Laren will also speak at 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening at the Ka
hului Union Church, on the scout
A beautiful troop flag for Wai
luku troop 4' x SVz feet has just
arrived. Ten new members have
been elected members of the scout
council during the week, among
whom was Brother Frank, of the
Much energetic work is being
done in preparation for the enter
tainment to bo given on June 20
ind 27 in St. Anthony's Girls'
School. This will be the first enter
tainment in the school, and it pro
mises to bo one of unusual merit. A
progrotn of cantatas, drills, marches,
songs and dialogues is being re
hearsed, and with the splendid stage
equipment available the production
is sure to be most effective. The
entertainment is under the auspices
of the Catholic Ladie's Aid Society,
and the proceeds are for the benefit
of the school.
DO YOU WRITE LETTERS?
A neatly printed card with your
name and address in tho upper left
hand corner of your letter paper
will add tone to your correspondence
and probably cost you no more than
you now pay for plain papor. We
will furnish and print 500 letter
heads on good band paper for 81.75.
Better paper, up to $3.00.
Maui PunusiiiNG Company.
Wet Month in Makawao
According to information furnish
ed the News, the rainfall in the
Makawao district during the month
of May has been extraordinarily
heavy. The rain gauge at the Hale
akala Ranch recorded 8.25 inches,
while the average fortius station for
a period of 30 years has been but a
fraction over 2 inches for the month
of May. At Kailiili, farther up the
mountain, over 21 inches of rain
fell during tho month.
A Rather Novol Complaint.
An English traveler onco met a com
panion sitting In a stato of tho most
wooful despair and apparently near
tho last agonies by tho eido of ono of
tho mountain lakes of Switzerland. Ho
Inquired tho cause of his sufferings.
"Oh," said tho latter, "I was very
hot and thirsty and took a Inrgo draft
of tho clear water of tho lako and tuon
Bat down on this stono to consult my
guidebook. To my astonishment, I
found that tho water of this lake Is
very poisonous! Oh, I am a gono man!
I feel It running all over mc. I hnvo
only n fow minutes to Uvo. Ilemom
her mo to"
"Let mo seo tho guidebook," said his
friend. Turning to tho fassago, bo
found, "L'eau du lac est bien polsson
ouso" (Tho water of this lako abounds
"Is that tho meaning of it?"
Tho dying man looked up with a ra
"What would bavo becomo of you,"
said his friend, "If I had not met you?"
"I should havo died of Imperfect
knowledgq of tho French language."
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
De BLOIS PEARCE PENIIAL
LOW, Late of Wailuku, Deceased
Notice to Creditors.
The Undersigned, having been
duly appointed Administrator of
the Estate of De Blois Pearce Pen
hallow, late of Wailuku, Maui, De
ceased, hereby gives notice to all
creditors of said deceased, to present
their claims duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist,
to me, at Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
months from tho date of the first
publication of this notice, said date
being June Glh, 1014, or the same
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. II.,
this Juno 0th, 1914.
HENRY B. PENIIALLOW,
Administrator of the Estate of De
Blois Pearce Pcnhallow.
June G, 13, 20, 27, 1014.
The Standard Optical Co. of Ho
nolulu, beg to announce that they
are sending two of their best men
to the Island of Maui, and will
have Headquarters at the Maui
Hotel at Wailuku. They expect
to be there the first week in June
and will remain on the Island for
several weeks. Appointments left
at the Hotel either by phone or in
person, will be given immediate
attention upon their arrival. Adv.
Notice of Dissolution of Partner-
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of C. J.
Schoening & Company, undis
solved. C. J. Schoening is hereby
authorized to collect all accounts
due, and to pay all bills owing by
C. J. SCHOENING,
nAT t r A t tt r
F. P. ROSECRANS. A
Red Crown is in no sense a new grade or manufact
ure of gasoline. It is the same product which automobil
ists have known and relied on for years as "Standard Oil
Gas." We have always called it Red Crown and now
we wish you to know it by that name.
If you purchase Red Crown you are sure of obtaining
a thoroughly uniform, reliable gasoline not a "mixture"
but a straight product of refining the best gasoline the
Standard Oil Company can make.
Red Crown signs are furnished to all dealers hand
ling Red Crown Gasoline. Watch for the Sign or ask
our nearest agency about delivery in bulk.
Maui Racing Association
SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914.
No. 1 JAPANESE OWNED HORSES, running race, Vz
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, V mile dash;
purse ' 200
No. 5 PONY RACE, V2 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