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THE MAUI NEWS SATARDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1914
Good Attendance of Delegates From AH Parts
County Interesting Program Being Rendered
List of Delegates.
Over sixty delegates are in attend
ance at the semi-annual meeting of
the Maul Evangelical Association,
which convened in the Kaahunianu
Hawaiian Church, Wallului, on Wed
nesday. The conference will continue
until Monday evening.
The work of the meetings is of a
general uplift character, consisting of
addresses, papers, and discussions.
Few reports or other business of im
portance is being taken up at this
time. Dosldes the delegates to the
main organization, representatives of
the Christian Endeavor and the Sun
day School Association of Maul are
also present, and are holding their
meetings both separately and in con
junction with tlie general conference.
Topics of discussion submitted by
the business committee, aro:
1. Annual meeting.
1. Annual meeting, semi-annual
2. Antl Saloon. League as a Terri
3. Delegates to 1915 National
4. Collection for Ministerial Relief
5. Contributions to Hawaiian and
American Hoards and American Mis
. Discussion of reports for next
7. That this Association advises
all Church members and ofllcers that
loyalty to our own Church is first
S. Committee of this Association
to annual meeting.
0. Report of Standing and Special
10. Time and place of next meet
ing. The program of today, Sunday and
C:00 A. M. Prayer meeting.
8:30 A. M. Devotional service.
9:0010:30 A. M. The Hook of
Road Gang Working
Chairman Kalama, of the Board of
Supervisors, under Instructions of
tho board last week, began the first
of this, week an attempt to make pass
able the roads of tho Haiku district.
A force of men and teams were put
to work on tho Kokomo road on Mon
day, but almost Incessant rains on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
caused tho suspension of operations.
Mr. Kalama states that the work
will be pushed as fast as the weather
will permit. It is the intention of
grado up the roads, and with plow
and road machine open much more
ample ditches on each side than have
ever before been provided in this sec
tion. Tho plan, as outlined to and ap
proved by tho board, will then bo to
go over theso roads at frequent in
tervals with the so-called "split-log"
drag, which will keep the surface
well crowned, and insure drainage.
Poi and Mail In Combination
Poi is said to lie a fine thing in its
place, but a recent experience has led
the local postolllce people to doubt
that that place is in tho mail bags,
romaiks the Gardon Island.
At Honolulu an extremely well
moaning porson took a bucket of poi
down to the postollico and wanted It
sent parcels post to Liliue. Now, it
Is possible to send poi by parcels
post, but the propriety of putting it
into a bag with other mail might be
However, somebody at tho other
end didn't think, didn't know or didn't
caro and' the worst stuck up bunch of
mail anybody over saw arrived in one
of tho bags at Llhuo the next morn
ing. Tho matter Is being followed up,
and undoubtedly there will" be some
specific instructions to mail clerks In
' tho vory near futuro on the subject ot
shipments of poi by parcels post.
CHILD SERIOUSLY ILL.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chlllingworth
were called to Honolulu by tho ser
ious illnoBS of their little son, who has
boon with relatives in tho city for a
wook or two. The child was found to
bo suffering from pneumonia, but at
proaont is out of danger. Mrs. Chll
lingworth and children aro expected
homo noxt wco!d
Galallnns, with short prayers by mem
bers of the class. (Rev. R. 11. Dodge.)
10.30 12:00. lluslness. Report of
Committee of Nine;
Report of Treas-
0:00 A. M. Prayer meeting.
9:30 A. M. S. S. and C. E. Holkc.
G:30 P. M. Preaching service.
G:00 A. M.
8:309:00 -Prayer meeting.
9:0010:30 A. M. Sermon outline
worn. (Rev. C. u. Hurnliam.)
10:3012:00 M. Business, if any,
1:30 P. M. C. E. and S. S., bust
nes.i, if nny.
Following are the churches repre
sented, and their delegates:
Paia Hawaiian Church, Rev. J. K,
Kahoopii, Mrs. K. Haleanu; Haiku, R
L. Mitchell; Paia Union, Rev. A. C.
Rowdish; Paia Japanese, T. Fukuda;
Keanae, Rev. S. Kaailua, D. W. Nap!-
haa; Nahiku, Rev. L. Mitchell; Hana
Church, Rev. L. Mitchell, Mrs. T. Wai-
Ieiuia; Makona Church, J. K, Poepoe;
Walkapu, and Walluku Hawaiian
Churches, Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa,
Joe Welch, W. B. Keanu; Walluku
Union, Rev. Rowland B. Dodge; Ka-
hului, Rev. Howard Harris and Rev.
John Kalino: Waihee, Rev. O. Nawa
nine, R. J. K. Nawahine; Honokohau
Rev. S. P. Kaaia; Wainee, Mrs. Kaue
naole; Kaanapali, W. E. Safferey; Ka- huiu newspaper reporter, has been ar- j. Ferrelra, W. E. K. Maikal, A. Rel
luaaha, Molokal, Rev. I. D. Iaea, G. re3tod on tho charce of falling to Dro- Linn r.nn Mnvwoii. A. NT. Hnvsplrtnii.
Kekipl; Kalaupapa, Molokal, Rev. D.
Kaai; Walluku Chinese, Rev. Yee
Kul; Keokeo Hawaiian, J. M. Keaolli-
lani. Other members of the confer
ence are: J. W. Kalua, moderator;
Rev. C. G. Burnham, agent of tho Ha
waiian Board from Lahaina; Rev.
John P. Erdman, superintendent, Ha
waiian work of tho Board; Rev. John
W. Wadman, D. D., superintendent.
Anti-Saloon League, of Honolulu.
Bevins Gets His Poet
Two weeks ago Director Bevins, of
tho Civic Convention committee, ad
vertised in tho Maul News for a poet.
That News ads bring results is evl
denced by the fact that the committee
is now throwing fits to choke off tho
stream of verse (?) which has been
turned upon It. Even the Kohala Mid
get's muse has had its cupidity ex
cited, as witnessed by the following:
if the exam, isn't too hard, we'd
like to try for the job. How would
(jome friends and wisltors, all o you
It's Maui warbling the hallyhoo-hoo.
'Twas Ileelo fust then Hon'lulu.
Now Maul's tootin' the too-too-too
w eiK-um urn urn urn urn urn
um uin um urn um !
Or, mebbe, this is moro poeticnlcr
From Haleakala's dead crater.
To Wailuku's poi factory,
From Kula's sweet pertators
And Halku's cannery,
From many a Baldwin cane-field,
From many Nahiku trails,
Eclioes a glad Aloha.
To the delegates of tho Tho Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce, Hilo
Hoard of Trade, tho
League, tho Kona Improvement As-
sociation, tho Kauai what-you-call-it
and tho Molokal Leper Settlement.
New Salvation Army Head
Capt. Chas. Puck, formerly In
charge of social, Industrial and re
lief work for tho Salvation Army in
Honolulu has been transferred to
Maul, accompanied by Lieut. J. G.
Santos and wife.
Capt. Puck spent his cadet days on
Maui, somo six years ago and is busy
ronowing old acquaintances. Capt.
Y. K. Yl, who has been in chargo of
tho Salvation Army work on Maui,
lias been transferred to another post.
MAUI TEACHER IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. Ella L. Austin, principal of
Wnlheo school, arrived last week in
Honolulu from Hn..n.lin. hnr vnrnt.n,,
on tho Coast, and was taken Imme-
dlately to tho Queen's Hospital for
an operation upon her head. Her
frlen.la imv ,,ni in.nmn.1 .we.
of her Injury, but it is reported to bo
uue to an infection of a slight wound.
As a result of her non-arrival, her
tllnpf. Ill Iw.lnir 111,.,1 ll.lo 1...
On the Other Islands
Killed by Highwaymen.
John Tlatla and Manuel Olivelra
were held up by three Filipinos on the
government road near PepeeUeo,
South Hilo. The former was shot dead
and the latter received four bullet
wounds from which he is not expected
to recover. Several arrests liavo been
made on suspicion.
Children Drowned on Hawaii.
Monday, in Kapulenn, Hamakua,
two children of Joseph and Mary Ha-
nac wore drowned while attempting
to :ross a storm-swollen gulch. The
bodlcs wore swept away by the tor
New Wireless Plant Finished.
The great plant of the Marconi
Wireless Company, on Oahu is prac
tically completed, and will bo formal
ly opened for business next week.
Governor Pinkham will send tho first
message at a luncheon to be given
at Kahuku next Thursday. It will be
addressed to President Wilson.
War Kills Awa Trade.
At least one business has been kill-
cu on Hawaii oy tnc European war,
says the Hawaii Hcratu, aim it is tno
shipping of awa root to Germany. C.
M. Hudson, who handles the commod
ity in largo quantities, finds his mar
ket destroyed, and ho has about thirty
tons of awa root on hand now, with
no market in sight. Tho awa used
to bo shipped to Germany, where it
was in great demand by drug manu
facturers. Since the outbreak of war
there has been a slump In tho demand
for the root, and tho supply is now
much In excess of the requirements of
the few Arms on the mainland which
handle the article.
former nonoiman Arresiea.
An Associated Press dispatch from
New York states that John Fleming
Wilson, the author, formerly a Hono-
vide for his wife. Ho claims his in
come is hut $1200 per year.
Bull Marooned In Europe.
E. K. Bull, manager of Oahu Sugar
Company, who returned this week
from a tour of Europe, reports that
ho had much difficulty In getting out
after war was declared, but' finally
ho and his sister, with whom ho was
traveling, nonaged to mako their way
to Norway, from whence they caught
a vessel for America.
Another German Vessel Seeks Refuge.
Tho Hamburg - American steamer
Staatssekretar Kraeteke, arrived at
Honolulu on Tuesday, whero sho will
remain, presumably until tho out
come of tho war makes It safe for
her to navlgato the ocean once more.
One Week Enough
For This Bride
Judge Edlngs this week granted a
divorce to All Ping from his wife.
Alico Lono Ah Ping, on grounds of
desertion. Tho husband showed that
liis wlfo leit him about a year ago,
one week sfter their marriage. Sho
wont to Honolulu, and although she
had sent for ani1 received money from
him several tlir.es, shows no intention
t)f over loturmng to Maui.
Senshl Harada has also been grant
ed a dlvorco from Sheneiyo Harada
on grounds of desertion.
A CARD OF THANKS.
To my personal friends In Maui and
to tho great number of voters of Maul
County, who through their ballots and
In other ways endorsed my candidacy
lor tho Republican nomination for
Delegate to Congress, I tnke this
means of expressing my most sincere
appt eciation and thanks.
CHAS. A. RICE.
LONDON, Sept. 16. General pos
tlon of allies along river Aisne, Is
satisfactory. Several counter at
tacks have been repulsed, Germans
giving way slightly.
uaiue ground 01
today's conflict is great undulating
plain, Interspersed with wooded
heights. Full forces on both sides are
engaged. Neither can yet claim vie
tory. The German rush Into France
and back, is still without decisive re
suit.. The next German move Is one
on their chosen ground
During the last three days German
rear 0uard was re-lnforced from main
hnrlu In .-.,.,!,.,, ,..... .U
" " """"-
"erf an? allies caPturetl multitude
of stragglers In the forts, of which
. t .... ....
" counl 15 y" Ps.o.e.
VIENNA, Sept. 16 Austrian aen-
eral staff reports that army of Ser-
.., , .. .
wcn invaoea nungary, nas
, uccn aeieaieo an aiong line.
1 Those Who Travel
Per steamer Claudine, September
her 12. Sirs. M. Frcltas and two chit
Yau, Miss Mae Olana, Mrs. Murdy,
Miss Carrie Thompson, Master Mun
dy, Miss May Martin.
Per steamer Claudine, September
15. Miss K. Wing King, Miss L. Lam,
David Morton, C. Nishlcawa, K. Gora,
H. A. Wade, Miss M. Soost, Mrs. F.
S. Dunn, Miss K. Wong Kong, Ah
Per steamer Maunn Kea, from Ho
nolulu, September 1G. Paul O. Sch
midt, Miss Graham, J. W. Robertson,
Joe Fernandez, Rev. Burnham, Rev. J.
w. wauman, nev. J. i: Truman, ur. company, returned to Honolulu last 'Aloha Oe,' Like no a Like' and 'Elo
Clemens, J. Ambrose, Mrs. Rosa, Geo. SatUrday, aftor a business visit to the He' with my ukulele. I had on display
Per steamer Mauna Kea, Septem
ber 12. Mrs. M. Fret as and two chil
dren, J. D. Dole, K. B. Barnes, L. E.
Arnold, S. Richardson, C. J. llirnie,
Miss K. A. Cornwell, Miss P. Wilcox,
Master A. Carter, K. M. Soong, Mas
ter W. Smith, Miss E. Barker, Miss
M. McCubhln, Miss L. Ako, M. Gomes,
Jr., A. Hussey, W. D. Weight, R. B.
Kng( w. S. Chlllingworth and wife,
Mlsg B. Kopke, Miss L. Hussey, Miss
H. Goo Wan Hoy. Misses Farden (2).
Miss R. Okamura, Mrs. J. Klyonaga,
Misses Saffrey (2), D. Kaluaklni, C,
Cockett, Misses Seong (2), Mrs. P.
Kauahikaua, P. Davidson, C. David
son, s. M. Kanaiianui, jr.
Per steamer Mikahala, Septem
her 12. Mrs. Kauokaha and son, A
m Longley Mrs. 3, W. Scarle Mrs. A.
Hatchie, Master Hatchie, Mrs. Sim-
jck and mrant g, e, Wooley, E.
T Minor miqc, t. pnm t. a
Tlulr3ton, Master Knott, Miss G. Mc-
Corrlston, Master Foster, Miss M. Ka-
alouahi, Master Dunn, Mrs. L. Self,
MrSi chaSi Jones and 2G decki
p0r steamer Mauna Kea, Septem-
i)cr 14. H. English, Masters Bruno
(2). L. S. Scott. F. Stark. J. Ambrose.
Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald, L. M. Fishel, Dr.
V. Norgaard, Mrs. Hanneberg.
New School Term Opens
(Continued from Pnge I.)
to another, without losing grade, be
cause no two teachers saw fit to em
phasizo the same line of studies.
While it is not believed that tho
public schools of Maul have gained to
any great extent In attendance over
last year, It is reported that some of
the private schools have started the
year with very heavy enrollments,
difficulty being experienced In some
instances, in finding room for thom
Supervising Principal Case has just
sent out the following list of instruc
tions to tho principals of tho various
schools in this county, from which
some idea may be gained of the scope
of tho work expected this year:
1. Send enrollment for each grado
(give name of teacher).
'. Send the fifth, sixth and sov'
enth grado examination papers to me.
I mean those of last June. Send all
examination papers from now on
3. Seo that all registers and plan
books aro well kept.
1. Seo that all tools belonging to
your school aro properly cared for,
See that your toilets are kept
clean. If you are without a janitor,
appoint monitors to look after those
0. Plan improvements for your
school yard and carry out your plan.
7. See that your assistants follow
the Course of Study. This Is very Wednesday from Honolulu to attend Visiting brethren are cordially in
essential if you expect your pupils to tho SPmi.annual meeting of tho Maui vjted to attend.
pass the term examinations.
8. If your school Is located on a
plantation, follow tho plantation time.
9. Seo that all pupils viho leave
your school are properly released,
Keep pupils on your rolo until they
aro released according to law.
10. Make a list of all supplies you
desire from tho county and send
same to mo. Wrlto this list in dupll
cate. I deslro both copies,
11. If you deslro desk books, write
to the Department for same,
12. See that all written work is
"'ni 1 nrn nvnnntnfl 4r l rv tn imii
w&.i,vi.u iu ;uut
I 1 ... 1 .1
scuooi room on rainy uays. Tins np-
pltCS to your assistants.
n. inspect assistants' plans once
every wcck. write your criticisms on
plan book, using red Ink.
15. ALL principals are expected to
wnto plans. Note this poinL
10. u you uesiro nny information
you can reach mo by telephone or lot-
ter at Hamakuapoko. Saturday is an
01 uuuy iirogram
and plan (Any day.s p(m)
oolite is uereuy given mai i-aia
oluu,J W1" cloaeu on account 01
nmAnn ...111 .1
aiui;ii UUUUB, uu lUUlllluy UI1U 4UOH-
I .., 0..i 1 nt 1 nn
lit. F. p. KUSh'CEANS, Manager.
Rev. It. D. Dodge visited liana and
Nahiku the first part of this week
County Attorney D. II. Case was in
Hana the early part of this week, on
business connected with his oillcc.
Dr. Victor Norgaard, territorial vet
erinarian, was in Maul on business
during the early part of this week.
Joe Moikeha and David Kalakaua,
of Walluku, are in Nahiku where they
are engaged In mnklng repairs to the
Nahiku Protestant Church.
J. D. Dole. L. E. Arnold, and K. D.
Barnes, of the Hawaiian Pineapple
Haiku Company's plant.
Come one, come all! To the benefit
danco to bo given Saturday evening,
September 2G, at the Armory, for the
St. Anthon's Girls' School. Tickets,
50 cents. Children, 25 cents. Adv.
Dorothy Anderson, the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson,
of Nahiku, is attending school in Wai
luku. and is living at the homo of Rev.
and Mrs. R. B. Dodge.
Rev. J. P. Erdman of Honolulu, and
Rev. A. Craig Bowdlsh, of Paia, who
arc attending tho conference in Wai-
luku this week, arc tho guests of Rev.
and Mrs. R. B. Dodge.
Rev. C. G. Burnham of Lahaina, will
preach at tho Walluku Union Church
Sunday evening. Mrs. Geo. Steele will
sing a solo In place of Mrs. Louise
Jones, who is on vacation.
Rev. Henry P. Judd, who has been
spending the past summer in North
Carolina, has written to friends that
no expccicu 10 siari. ior nomo suoruy
after the first of September.
Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald was called to
Honolulu this week by a wireless an
nouncing tho serious illness of his
wife. Mrs. Fitzgerald had been In
tho metropolis for somo time.
Mrs. W. B. Deas and daughter, of
xuio. v . j, turn uuuhmti i v-v
Hana, left this week for Honolulu
where they will take tho Matsoula
next Wednesday for tho Coast, whero
they expect to mako an extended
Word comes from Honolulu that tho
Volcano Stables will soon mako deliv
ery to Harold Rice, of one G0-horse-
power G-cyltnder, soven-seater, and a
10-horscpowcr roadster, White auto
Miss Marie Holt, who returned last
week from the Coast, has opened her
kindergarten class In Kahulul. Miss
Holt was seriously ill with typhoid
fever during her absence but has
Miss Louise Pratt, whoso engage
ment was recently announced to Mr.
Clay Smith of Lahaina, has begun her
second year's worl: with a very large Q, card up lo n slleet of paper four
kindergarten class in tho Baldwin uen Jjche9 widCi in eilUer English or
liou&c, at Manama.
Capt. G. A. Polllster, of Nahiku,
who has been making a several
months visit to his old home in Maine,
Is expected back very shortly. Ho
expects to make the return trip by
way of the Panama Canal.
A. T. Longley, manager of tho Ter
ritorial Marketing Division, returned
to Honolulu last Saturday night, after
spending a week in looking into the
prospects for various market crops in
Kula and the Haiku district.
Dr. .T W. Wnilmnn. Riinnrintendent
nT tlin Anll.Rnlnnn T.enmio. nrrived
Evangelical Association. Ho is tho
guest whilo hero, of Rev. Howard
Harris, of Kahulul.
After spending somo timo at Lake
Tahoe, tiio Harry Baldwins returned
to Berkeley, where Mrs. Baldwin has
taken a residence, and placed her
daughter Frances In school. Mr. Bald
win, it is understood, is at present en
route- to tho islands.
Church of tho Good Shepherd, Rec-
tor, Rev. J. Charles Villlers. Fifteenth
Sunday after Trinity. Holy Com
munion at 8 A. M., Morning Prayers,
an(1 sermon on "is tno Kuronean war
nn Evidence that Christianity is a
FVillnrn?" nl 11 nVlnek. Strnnirers nnd
frIends c0rdlallv invited.
Miss Latcher, head worker of tho
Baldwin Settlement at Lahaina, ar-
nvcu iaBi weeic irom 1110 joasi, anu
nas a.reauy iaKen up ner uuues. one
has had extensive experience in this
Hno of work. Miss Latcher succeeds
Miss Ann Starkweather, who left for
, . cnlmbe, A n ,014,
A scries of letters havo appeared
in tho Now York Evening Post in
which the claim is nut forth that the
Euronean war is an evidence that
Christianity has brokon down, and Ib
..playod out... Tho noVi j, Charles
VlllinrH Will HTlonl.- nn tllla elllkfnnt nn
I ' '
' Sunday morning, at tho servico In tho
Church of tho Good Shepherd.
Maui Boy Is Good Booster.
Hecrlck C. Hrown, who left here
two years ago to enter Yale Univer
sity along with Lowlhlan Williams,
spends his summer vacations In the)
Housatonlo Valley of Connecticut ac
quiring a first hand knowlcdgo of
agriculture as practised in New Eng
land, particularly along the lino of
In a letter just received by his par
ents, Mr. Drown writes: "Did I write
you that I was going to give a lecture
on Hawaii In the Town Hall of Gay
lord8vllle? I gave it last week and
tliero was quite a crowd in attend
ance. Mr. Stuart was Instrumental in
getting me to give it. xne uuk lasicu
about an hour and at the close I snng
my Hawaiian land shells, coins, nm.S(
a little polished outrigger canoe, also
Hawaiian pictures in the 'Mid-
Ptlclflc Magazine' for Christmas 1912
and m3 nnd somo 'Paradise of the
I)acinc,. r gnVo Hawaii as big a bobst
. nn...ii,i mt ilnrdlv exDoct to find
my audience in tho Islands ns tour
ists right away."
CLEMENT. To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Clement, of Kahulul, Thursday,
September 17, a daughter.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing appointments of District Fire Wnr-
ilmis nil the Island of Maui, have been
made by lhe Boar,i Q Commissioners U
Aericulture and Forpsiry:-
WIL11UR A. ANDERSON
in and for that portion of the District of
Koolau, Maui, lying to the Lust ot
W. F. POGUIv
(modification of district) in and for the
cast half of the District of Hamakualoa,
n.ul that port.on of the O.s net of Koo-
lau lying to the West of Mnkap.p. Oulch.
Acting President and Executive Officer
Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry.
Honolulu, T. H., Sera. 5th, 1914.
Sept. 12, 19, 26, 1914.
YOUNG MANI YOUNG WOMAN!
Do you want to learn a trade? You can
increase your earning power without loss
, . 1 1
of time. For full ltuormni on uuic
ELMER A. HROWN, Knhuliu, Hawaii.
Sept. 12, 19, 26.
A No. 5 Oliver Typewriter, in good
mmlifinti. tvticwrites anything 'rom n
Spanish; price. $50 cash. Can be seen at
the Fred Baldwin Memorial Home, Paia.
ARTHUR C, EVElUvi 1 , jn-m.
Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3
LODGE MAUI, No. 1)8-1, A. F. & A. A1
Stated nreeth'iES will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kaliului, on the first
ot..,ir..r ..irrii nf cneli month at
73:0 P. M.
R. BliVINS, R. V. M.
A. L. CASK,
NOTICE OE FIRST MEETING OF
in THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
TixTiiMfrmTATTJct in andforthE
-' vv ' -
DISTRICT AND TERRITORY OF
t.. i $
I 111 LI1C IIIilLll-l
I torupii TAM SING
To the Creditors of Joseph Tain Sing,
of Makawao, in the County of Maui, Dis
trict aforesaid, a Ilankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the 17th
a r iqi.i the said
-nl, Tnm o:,,. ,vas cl i vadi udicated a
J ' , f Meetulir of
Cre'di;ors win be heId at Wailuku, in
the Office of the First National Rank, on
at Nine o'clock in the forenoon; at which
time the said Creditors may attend,
,.mv tlieir rlnims. annoint a lirustee,
1 m v - --1 - - - -
I n,.,;,ir. 1ip nmikrunt. aud trausAsuch
I.i.sImpm ns mav nrooerlv come be-
(ore the said Meeting.
I n T"l T TTIJt-'TVT
Referee in i'aukruptcy
' Sentember 8th iota.