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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914
Kautnntin Wine is n product of the
"I'ig Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
Ci. Pernio is the wine expert of IIilo and
his wintry is fatuous nil over the group.
Knutuaun Wine may he obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
Dr. and Mrs. 1''. V. Iledemann, return
ed to Honolulu last Saturday, after spctid
injr their honeymoon at Olindn.
John L. Fleming made a quick trip to
Maui last Saturday, returning to Hono
lulu the same evening.
K. R. Kevins returned Tuesday from a
business trip to Honolulu. While there
he was initiated into the Honolulu Lodge
of the II. r. O. Rlks.
Miss Irene Aiken is home from Homo
lulu where she has been attending the
College of Hawaii art department
The Woman's Guild of the I'hnrch of
the Good Shepherd will hold a meeting
with Mrs. Fitzgerald, Camp I. ruunene
on Tuesday, June 23rd at 2:30 p. tn
David Wadsworth, of Wailuku, did rot
return with the rest of the runahou stu
dents this week, having gone to Kauai
with the Punahou baseball team, which
is to play a series of gamesonthe Garden
The bark J. M. Griffith, which has been
unloading tedwood lumber for the Ka
bului Railroad for the past week, will
probably get away for the coast some
Mrs. KIsa Cross Howard, the talented
artist who will make her apperance be
fore n Maui audience this evening, arriv
ed last Wednesday evening, and has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
J. J. Walsh and family, who have been
traveling on the mninlaud for the past
three months, arrived home on the Ma
noa, on Thursday.
Mrs. Katheriue M. Yates, of Honolulu
arrived this week to spend a month or
more in Iao Valley and other places of
interest on Maui.
brothers Frank, Morris, Charles and
Lewis will leave this evening for Hono
lulu for the annual retreat of the Catholic
clergy. They will be gone for several
weeks. The priests will assemble some
Mrs. Howard's many friends on Maui
will be glad to know that she is to be
here three months during the summer
giving lessons at the Gymnasium.
Mrs. D. B. 1 Tenhallow returned last
Saturday morning from Honolulu where
she visited friends for a week.
Mrs. George Trimble is spending a
short vacation in Hilo, visiting her hus
band. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Warner have gone
to Honolulu fora Several weeks trip.
Prof. F. G. Krauss, of the College of
Hawaii, returned to Honolulu last Satur
day, to be present upon the arrival of the
new president of the institution, who ar
rived this week. He expects to return
shortly to spent the rest of his vacation
with his family at Kuialia.
Mrs. H. 15. Penhallow left for Hono
lulu last evening to be gone for several
Owing to the heavy swell on tne
Lahaina coast the hitter part of last
week, landing was rendered exceed
ingly difficult. On Saturday 110 le.s
than three boats were swamped in
the breakers at the Lahaina landing,
while attempting to land freight
from Inter-Island steamers. Fortu
nately no one injured.
It is claimed that the water at
the landing has shoaled a great deal
recently from accumulating sand,
which causes breakers even with a
moderate swell, and that dredging
out the sand at the landing is badly
Lahaina School Exercises
The Lahaina Sacred Heart
School is planning for quite ela
borate closing1 exercises for next
Wednesday, and the day will be an
important one for not only the
boys, but for their parents and
friends as well. In the morning an
examination of the lessons will be
held, and in the evening a musical
and literary program will be render
ed. Included in this program will
be a comic operetta and two dialo
Gym Dance Next Week
Invitations are out for a reception
and dance to be given at the Alex
ander House Gymnasium next
Tuesday evening for the members
of the dancing class of Miss Sue
Starkweather. The members of the
Gyniasium committee, worker at
the Settlement and Gymnasium,
together with a few friends of Miss
Starkweather, who have been in
charge of the class, have been in
vited to serve 011 the reception com
mittee for the evening.
Water Ordinance Passed
Wailuku School Exercises
Special closing exercises are
being arranged for the Wailuku
public school for next Thursday.
The teachers and pupils have been
busy in spare monenls preparing a
little program which will doubtless
be of interest to all of the friends
of the scholars. After the program,
which will begin at 12:30 o'clock,
a sale of fancy and plain sewing,
prepared by the girls of the school,
will be held.
A Dancing Party
Invitations as follows were sent
out this week:
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Richardson
request the pleasure of your
on Saturday evening, June the
at eight o'clock.
Dancing Puunene Club House
Soccer League Planned
Plans are on foot for the organiz
ing of a socker league for Maui. A
meeting is to be held at the Alex
ander House gymnasium next
Wednesday evening, when it is
hoped that the movement may be
definitely launched. It is proposed
to organize a number of teams in
The board of supervisors this week
passed on third reading the rew
water works ordinance which has
been under consideration for the
past several weeks. A number of
changes were made in the measure
before its final passage. Itis believed
that the new ordinance, which goes
into effect July 1, will prove amuch
more equable one than the one it
supercedes. Theordinance ispublish
ed in full under a "I5y Authority"
head in this issue.
Schooner Makes Fast Trip
The schooner Defender dropped
anchor at liana on Wednesday
morning just 14 days out from San
Francisco. She brought a cargo of
miscellaneous merchandise for the
liana Store and the Kaeleku Sugar
company, and will take on about
12,000 bags of sugar for her return
cargo. She expects to be towed out
of port by the Claudine next Tues
day, for her homeward voyage.
Reservations for Races.
The Executive Committee of the
Maui Racing Association have ar
ranged to accommodate fifty auto
mobiles within the inclosure at the
Hacc track on July 1th, for which a
charge of Si. 00 will be collected.
Persons desiring to secure one of
these stands will do well to make
an early application, otherwise it
may be too late on the day of the
There will also be 100 reserved
seats in the Grand Stand at fifty
cents each, if you want these seats
act in time, or you may be too late.
Athletic Tournament in Fall
Maui is to hold a big general
athletic meeting in November, at
which time it is expected that com
petitors will be present f al
parts of the Territory. A full line
of track and field sports are to be
arranged for. In connection with
the meeting the Hoy Scouts will
have a big rally. It is stated that
the Palatini patrol, from Honolulu
will be here on that occasion.
Telegraph News of the Week.
HONOLULU, June 19 Win. Walsh divorced wife yesterday.
Private MeClintock, who in car ran down and killed Chinege,
may he tried by courtmarlial.
K. K. iCekuew.i snrrppila P.nrt ir,.;il, .... 1.. ti 1
- - - 11c emit- ivrrujici lllieillUI
Levenue office. Ileilbron goes to Coast on other business.
McBiide has been called before grandjury to testify in McCarn
case. Should he fail to answer summons deputy sheriff will get him.
G. F. Affonso wants to go to legislature. Will be candidate.
P. C. Jones contemplates taking long vacation in east. Leaving
here in July. Will be first in many years, in which he has felt free
to remain ns long as he likes.
Governor Pinkham addressed citizens in Young Hotel yesterday
and told them his troubles.
HONOLULU, June 18 Mrs Ptitchie, wife of escaped prisoner
cannot be located. Believed to have left city. McName will take
other prisoner to Coast on Manoa.
Uahu plantation will issue bonds for $1,500,000: Koloa for
Activiti?s on waterfront believed to be cause of failure of Lahui
party to meet yesterday.
Board of Supervisors failed to meet Manoa residents for discussion
frontage tax last night.
Governor Pinkham will talk about land question at public meet,
ing Young Hotel this afternoon.
Solomon Mahelona, well known politician and employe of County
died yesterday after long illness.
Militiamen may not get vacation from stores to allow them to
take part in maneuvers July 25.
It is saiil that as McCarn told story to grand jury he shed copious
Mary Frazer, who left for Coast on account of step-father, accord
ing to her story, will be allowed by Judge Whitney to remain there
CHAMPAIGN, 111., June 18. Over-zealous policeman fired shot
at auto driven by Germany's ambassador to United States, because
officer thought machine was going too fast.
HONOLULU, June 17. Palmer Woods has option on nomination
from Lahui party for delegate to Congress. Will give answer later.
W ill be big fight against granting liquor licenses for saloons near
"Baron" von Woel worth, made his getaway on Sierra and has
arrived San Francisco. Recently been cutting brush on Tantalus.
No clue to Ritchie, escaped from County jail. Wife denies com
plicity. Detectives from Seattle will wait for news of man
Libby, McNeill it Libby cannery, opens at Kalihi July 3.
McCarn before grand jury two hours yesterday.
An effort will be made by Advertiser to get more publicity from
sugar growers agencies ex pros and cons on plan.
Stackable said to be after chairmanship, utilities commission.
WASHINGTON, June 19. Movement to send all lepers in United
States. to Hawaii will be vigorously contested.
NIAGARA FALLS, June 19. American delegates deny charge
that Wilson wants to destroy clectorial liberty in Mexico by his plans
in matter before mediators.
SAN FRANCISCO, June IS. Helen Mesow, talented blind ciri
known as Helen Keller, committed suicide yesterday, account financial
NIAGARA FALLS, June IS. Huerta delegation issued state
ment yesterday, in which they charge that insistence on part of Amer.
iean delegates and creation of Constitutionalist provisional presiden
a3 opposed to neutral presidency, was tantamount to abetting and
even exacting fraud and violence in elections which would follow.
M E A DO W B ROOK, June 18. Receipts from polo games, said to
have been $200,000.
SPRIKGFIFLD, June IS. Lorrimer and Mundy said to have
borrowed nearly $10000,000 on $.50,000 security from various banks
with which they were associated. Lorrimer was once in Senate
KL PASO, June 18. Reported settlement of difficulties between
Villa and Carranza, denied by Consul Edwards. Sympathizers of
cause urge reconciliation.
Three million rounds of ammunition landed by S. S. Antilla, did
not reach Carranza. This led to runture of fi"htin forres
o O "
EL PASO, June 18 Differences between Carranza and Villi!
came to open rupture yesterday. ilia notified Carranza that be will
submit to no further orders, but will proceed to Mexico City on own
account. Carranza lias yielded.
CITY OF MEXICO, June 19. Congress convenes today.
LONDON, June 19. Premier Asquith has consented to meet a
delegation of suffragettes, settling the long fight that has been made
by militants. Sylvia Pankhurst, released from Holloway jail yester
day proceeded to Eteps of Parliament house where she sat, propped up
by cushions until decision of Asquith was made public.
suuiiiA.Mt'iu.N, Juno 19. I' our tons lead taken from keel of
Shamrock in belief bhe will handle better in light wind.
CITY OF MEXICO, June 18. High officials, Mexican govern
ment heheve peace is near.
PEKIN, June 18. White Wolf, bandit, has succeeded in breaking
through cordon of troops surrounding him.
SOUTHAMPTON, June IS. German liner, Kaiser Wilhelm II,
badly damaged below water line in collision with S. S. Incemore, and
was obliged to turn back.
GLASGOW, June 18. Hospital ship Maine, presented to Great
Britain by American women, is on rocks, and feared will be total loss.
MAZATLAN, June 18. Rebel gunboat "Tampico," sunk by
Federal gunboat "Guerrero.''
REDDING, June 17. ML Lassen still smoking. Aside from
this no activity in craters.
NEW YORK, June 17. Master of "Vanitie" has resigned com
mand. Account of differences with owners, ns to race last Saturday.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17. Mary Era zier who ran away from
step-father and took passage on Sierra for Coast, says fare was paid by
her two brothers. Was arrested on order from Judge Whitney and is
girl for whom Miss Williams was taken by detectives.
EL PASO, Juno 17. Gen. Villa has resisned rnmnmnil iindn
Carranza and with followers has seized property of Constitutionalists.
trouble that has been brewing for seven months culminated in Villa's
act. He has ordered all Constitutionalist property in Chihuahua City
and Torreon seized. Carranza 's ignoring Villa's advice on several
occasions said to be cause of break.
PARIS, June 17. Death list from flood is growing. Electric
lights and gas out, and city dark.
ATHENS, June 17. Refugees report hundreds of Greeks ha
been massacred by Turkish soldiers near Smyrna.
LONDON, June 1. Roosevelt wants his new river nlaced on
map by Koyal Geographical Society.
A. . flrmtr James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Architect,
Office nt Wailuku Hotel, fe Contractor
Wailuku, Man". Wailuku :-: - Maui
PUKE KAUPAKALUA is becoming the favorite
table wine of Maui just because itis pure and
Ask your dealer to give you a free sample and
then order a gallon.
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We send goods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
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