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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914.
Too Fast For
Growers Handicapped By Wet Wea
ther, Bad Roads, and Scarcity of
Labor. Some Loss From Fast
Added to the losses which the
pineapple growers of tho Haiku dis
trict will sustain this year owing to
the low prices paid by the canneries
for their fruit, at least some of the
farmers are sustaining still further
loss through inability to nurkot
their crop as fast as it ripens. To
this must be added also an ahnor
mally high cost for hauling to the
cannery, due to excessive rains in
For the past two weeks, the pine
apples have been ripening very
rapidly. Much of it, owing to the
lack of sunshine in the district this
season, did not color yellow until it
was almost dead ripe, and thus some
of the growers were deceived into
thinking they had plenty of time
-ahead of them. Last week's few
days of sunshine brought all this-
fruit to maturity with a rush, with
tho result that Haiku district is
about the busiest place in Maui at
present. Labor to pick the pines
has also been scarce. Last Sunday
the work in the fields and at the
canneries continued without a break,
for in nt) other way could the situ
ation be even fairly well handled.
The roads through the home
steads, owing to the almost conti
nual rains, are all but impassable.
Auto trucks cannot operate, and
there is a general scarcity of teams.
In at least one instance, it isreport
ed that teamsters demanded as high
as $o per ton for hauling, though
the general price is from Sl.fiO to
82.50 per ton. The rush is expect
ed to continue for another week or
In launching his campaign for
Delegate to Congress on the Pro-
rcssivc ticket. George It. Carter
repeatedly referred to K. Faxon
Hishop, .1. I Cooke and 13. D.
Tenney as his sponsors and as the
three men whoso promised support
induced hitn to enter tho political
lists. In his early correspondence,
soliciting support, Mr. Carter quot
ed, says the Advertiser, the sup
posed promises of Messrs. Bishop,
Cooke and Tenney, and some sup
port was promised him on tho
representations made. s
That Mr. Carter was mistaken in
supposing that the managing direc
tors of the three greatest firms in
Hawaii stood ready to support him
as a candidate of the Dull Moose
party is now certain. The Adverti
ser has already published a signed
statement from Mr. Bishop, that he
is a llico man and a 1'epublican.
This morning the Advertiser is able
to published a statenrvnt prepared
by Mr. Cooke, in which he reallirms
his Republicanism and states his
intention to support the Republican
Mr. Cooke says: "Ever since
1S9G, when I voted for President
McKinley, 1 have been a loyal sup
porter of tho Republican party and
I expect to be found in the ranks
for many years to come. 1 intend
to take part in the primaries in
September as a Republican and
vote as a Republican."
St. Anthony's Enlarging
Work has begun at the St. An
thony's Roys' School, Wailuku, on
the construction of a new school
buijding, which will contain two
more school rooms. Tho rapid
growth of the school, made tho pre
sent facilities entirely inadequate
last year. With tho opening of the
fall term of school one new instruct
or will also bo added to the faculty,
making a total of five brothers in
New Maui Forest Reserve
The board of agriculture and
forestry has approved the creation
of the Kaupo-Kipahulu forest re
serve, on this island, which was re
cently recommended by thesuperin
tendent of forestry, R. S. llosmer.
A hearing has been set for, August
19th on the matter, at which time
protests may bo filed, or other per
tinent matter brought, before the
board. The proposed reserve con
tains 10,700 acres, according to tho
"by authority" notice published in
California to Have
Record Fruit Crop.
Valuable Poultry Booklet
"Poultry Management" is the
title of press bulletin No. 4(5, just
issued by the Hawaii experiment
station. This paper, by C. K. Mc
Clelland, contains much information
based on Hawaii experiments and
The pages on feeding and the final
chapter on diseases of poultry are
particularly interesting and valu
able. The bulletin will be mailed free
of charge to anyone in Hawaii who
will drop a postal card to tho direct
or of the station, Dr. E. V. Wilcox.
Suggestion fo Packers.
The Garden Island, commenting
on I. D. Dole s recent address to
the Haiku pineapple growers,
makes the folic, wingsuggestibrisa!
being done to increase
the market for Hawaiian pines.
We would like to ask Mr. Dole if
either he or his associates have
made effort to create markets in
New Zealand, Australia and the
Orient? Those countries afford
promising fields for exploitation,
and, aside from recent efforts put
forward by Messrs. Theo. II.
Davies & Company, we are not a
ware of any move being made to
open markets there. It is a mis
take to longer confine attention to
one market. The output of Ha
waiian pineapples (now equal to
oucTiiairiTie output of fruits of the
great state of California) is too
large for that, and new markets
must be found and found quickly.
New Autos on Maui
County Fair Idea
Is Generally Approved
Hawaii's County fair idea meets
with the very general approbation of
the newspapers of the Territory.
The Garden Island, this week has
the following to say on the subject -Various
organizations of the is
land of Hawaii were to have met at
Uilo today to formulate- plans for a
county fair to be given in December
or January next, presumably at
Uilo. This is the first real attempt
at anything of the kind on a large
scale ever attempted in the Islands
outside of Honolulu, and the results
will be awaited with interest.
The last legislature considered
fairs of this sort of such importance
that an appropriation was made for
financing the same in the different
counties. Governor Pinkhain, how
ever, in his wisdom or otherwise,
saw fit to cut outtbc appropriation,
leaving the respective Islands to
their own resources in the matter.
We believe that such fairs can be
made of value, andUujhno rav
son w ny , .aiierjaiROoiii iiitMtnov
"in -r mT-sm- rm rtai i i -
iimoiiiercomniuniucs county lair
are lvganicu us ingiiiy mipoi lain,
and, with the increasing number of
small farms and small farmers they
should come in for substantial sun
It may be some little time yet be
lore Kauai can tackle the proposi
tion with certainty (f success: but
it would bo a good idea to follow
events on Hawaii with respect to
the fair there with a view to pro
paring lor wliat must surely come
sooner or latter
The pack of canned fruits in
California promises to make a new
argc record according to the state
ments issued by the California State
Development Hoard. Good autho
rities place it at 25 or 30 per cent
artrer than last season. A number
of new canneries are in operation,
:dl running to capacity.
Green fruit shipments have not
been interfered with, there having
been 1,026 cars shipped up to the
17th inst., against 477 last year.
Citrus fruit shipments to the 15th
nst.. were 38,503 carloads (of
which 5,417 were lemons), against
15,100 carloads (oranges and leni
ons) same date last year.
California production of oil for
May was close to 9,500,000 barrels,
probably the largest in petroleum
historv of the state of the world.
D. L. Meyer, of Wailuku, is the
purchaser this week of a nmvStudc
baker "Four," and tho First
National Rank, of Wailuku has
bought a Ford touring car.
Punched Own Ticket
Gets Six Months
For punching his own timo ticket
andusing it to defraud Ah Moon, a
storekeeper at Waihco, Holian Gar
diana, a Filipino laborer of the Wai
luku plantation is now serving
sentence pf (5 months in jail, imposed
by Judge McKay, on Tuesday. The
Filipino used a knifo to make the
hole in his ticket, indicating that
he had worked on certain days when
he did not. Tho warrant was issued
on complaint of the merchant.
ot Makawao, wns on last Monday reap
pointed for another term of office by
Chief Justice A. G. M. Robertson.
Mts, Prank llaldwin accompanied by
her jotind son, arrived recently in San
Prancisco, but departed almost immedi
ately for Saratoga. Sar JJuMni.
C. C. James, of the Pacific Gniino &
fertilizer Company, ha9 been on Maui
this week looking after the harvesting of
the pineapple crop on his homestead at
i. Pries, chief chemist of Pioneer
Mill, left on the Matsonia this week for
a two-months vacation. lie expects to
spend the lime in touring the state of
II. P. Agee, director of Sugar
Planters' experiment station, has been
spending this week on Maul, visiting the
various plantations in connection with
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin left on
Wednesday by the Matsonia for San
Prancisco, from whence they plan to go
to Paris, and probably other parts of
IJuropc. They will be away for three
mouths or more.
Miss Orpah Starrctt and Miss Kvelyn
Scott are guests at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Aiken, at Kaliultil. They have been
spending some time at the Volcano, and
stopped off for a short visit on Mrui bc-
turning to their home in Honolulu
Judge S. H. Kingsbury and Jin,
Kingsbury, expect to leave by the Ma
noa on the 14th of August for several
month's trip to the coast. Upon their
return it is probable that Judge Kings
bury will take up his law practise in
The Makawao Reading Club met yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.
Craig ltowdish, in Upper Paia. The affair
was an especially pleasant one, and wa
n complement to Mrs. Kowdish's guests
Mrs. Kiln Kimball and Misses Ruth and
Jessie Kimball, of San Jose.
A few energetic young men and
women to get subscribers for the
MAUI NEWS. Good payand in
CASH. We have an interesting
proposition to make to hustlers.
Write Manager, MAUI PUB
LISHING Co., Wailuku.
I hereby announce that I will be a
Candidate for re-election to the House of
Representatives on the Republican Tick
et at the coming Primary, and nledgc
myself to support the Platform of the
JOHN WILCOX, ( Wimkoki)
I brg to announce my candidacy
as a representative from tho Third
District on tho Republican ticket at
io coming primary, and pledge
nyself to support tho Platform of
the Republican Party.
W. F. Crockett
Christian Science Services
Clurstian bcienco services arc
being held Thursday afternoon of
each week, at 3 o'clock, in the Wai
luku Town Hall. A cordial in vita
tion is extended to everyone to at
Arrested for Selling Liquor
Tayo Tanaka, a Japanese woman
from Kihei, was arrested this week
on charge of having illegally sold
liquor. Hearing was waived untiti
the October term of court.
" Miss Martha Aiken has returned liuine
from a visit to Honolulu.
J. P. Poster, of Paia, has returned from
a business trip to Honolulu.
St. C. Sayresand joung son, of Hono
lulu, were visitors on Maui this week.
Dr. J, II, Parrel), of Honolulu is on
Maui on one of his regular professional
D. C. I.mdsay, attended the meeting
of the Hoard of Kducatiou, in Honolulu
Miss Knmona Morgan, of Honolulu
arrived on Tuesday and is the guest of
Miss Clco Case.
W. G. Hall, of Cattou, Neill & Com
pauy, was a business visitor 011 Maui
during the early part of the week.
Mrs. J. P. Cooke and Miss Cooke arriv
ed from Honolulu by the Mauna Kea and
are the guests of friends 111 Makawao.
If. O. ISoyer, Hawaiian manager of the
Dearborn Drug & Chemical Company
spent most of this week on Maui on bust
T. M. Church, manager of the Mcr
chaudise department of Alexander
llaldwin, was a business visitor on Maui
Mrs. 1). P. R. Penhallow will sail on
the Lurliue, on Tuesday, for the Coast
She expects to make an extended visit i
Seattle and other points.
District Magistrate Guy S. Goodness
To the Voters of Maui County,
Hclicving in the principles of the
Republican Party, and as a member o
the Republican Party, I beg to place my
name before you for the nomination as
Tho' coming from Maui's smallest
district, I assure that I shall, if elected
represent all Maui County in the Senate
(Sig.) G. P. COOKK.
General Daumesnil's Leg.
General DauniesnH's wooden and Iron
leg Is la tho Paris military museum.
The warrior Is question lost one ol
Ills legs at tho battle of Wagram, and
when he returned to Paris it was ro
placed by a niochnnical contrivnnce of
timber with iron springs. Although
crippled, the old soldier remained in
active service nnd was in command of
tho Vinccnnes fort in 1811 when tho
allies were in Paris. It was to tho
troops of tho anti-Napoleon coalition
that General Daumesnll said when
called upon to give up his fort, "Let
1110 havo my leg and then you can take
Vinccnnes." The old general died in
1S.12. dnnvlved of Ids mechanical limb,
It had been takch off whilo ho was ill
In order to bo repaired by n sraPh
nnrned Brou, living in Vincennes . JU
kept tho article and hajiii-u Jt:down
to his family, from vhpm , subsi
uiCBinuiucjwumyt oipviuceuuea. iub
councilors' of tho artillery borougl
handed it over to the war department.
and it Is among the most honored rel
Ics of French armies of the past.
Subdued the Peer.
In hor reminiscences Lady Dorothy
Novill said that in her younger day
pnrents wero very particular about the
matrimonial alliances made in thel
families, and sho told an amusing sto
ry of one old peer who was great!
surprised to bo told by bis sister that
she had developed a great affection for
a well known scieutlst of humble
The poor sent for him nnd said
brusquely, "Xow, sir, I should llUo to
know something about your family
"I think It will be sulllclent," replied
the scientist, who was of Semitic ex
traction, "to say that I descended from
tho illustrious blood of Abraham, Isaac
Tho peer was taken aback. "Oh,1
ho said, "of course, my family has
nothing to compare with that. There
fore, if my sister really likes you
you'd better tako her."
And the scientist did.
Flowers nro tho terrestrial stars that
bring down heaven to earth and carry
up our thoughts from earth to heaven,
tho poetry of tho Creator written In
beauty and fragrance.
Briggs Spme mighty cheap men rido
in high priced cars. Griggs Yes, mine
Is a low priced 0110 too. Cleveland
HON. P. J. GOODNESS.
I beg to anii'-nince that I will be n
Candidate for re-election to the House of
Representatives on the Republican
Ticket at the coming Primary, and
pledge myself to support tlie Platform of
the Republican Party.
Your obedient servant,
P. J. GOODNKSS. (Kukancki).
JAMES S. AHCHONG
To the Voters of the County of Maui,
Gentlemen: Upon the urgent request of my many friends through
out this county, to be a candidate for the House of Representatives on
the Republican ticket at the coining primary, I hereby announce my
self a candidate from the Hana District.
My principles and policies are to support each and every plank of the
Republican Platform as adopted by the convention held for that pur
pose at Honolulu of which convention I was a member.
I boast not of experience, but with what little education, ability and
zeal I possess, I assure you, and am confident, with your supportatthe
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Thcso hands of mlno aro empty, but
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