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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914.
Dr. J. U. Judd arrived Wednesday by
the Manila Ken on urgent professional
business, returning last evening to Ho
nolulu. Dr. Young, of Knhului, arrived home
Wednesday from n short trip to Hono
lulu. Dr. W. J. Goodhue, resident physi
cian at the Molokai settlement, arrived
home after n short business visit in Ho
nolulu. M. G. Paschoal, of I'uunene, arrived
home from a flying trip to Honolulu on
MrS. If. ). llowcu returned to Molo-
kai this week from a visit to Honolulu
K. D. Duvauchelle, the well known
ranchman oj Molokai, spent Wednesday
of this week calling on friends in Wai-
A. I. Silva, the well known represent
ative of M. Mcluerny, Ltd., was heie on
a business trip this week.
Ileii Viekers was making pre-Christ
mas calls upon his business and social
friends on Maui this week.
Dr. Hurt, of Lahaina, has' returned
from Honolulu where he spent a brief
Dr. J. S. H. Pratt, president of the
Hoard of Health, and A. W. Hansen,
. food commissioner and analyst of the
board, have been on Maui all this week
making a detailed inspection of all stores
and other places where food stuffs are
kept for sale.
Hon. A. Garcia returned by the Mnu-
na I.oa on Tuesday night from a short
business trip to Honolulu.
L. Weinzheiiner, manager of the Pio
neer Plantation, arrived home on Mon
day night from Honolulu, where he at
tended the meeting of the Sugar Plant
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin arrived
home on Tuesday's Claudine, after spend
ing several days in Honolulu.
D. C. Lindsay has been in Honolulu
this week attending a meeting of the
board of education, of which he is a
Allan Herbert, who has been sojourn
ing for the past week at Ulupalakua, re
turned to Honolulu by Wednesday's
Jv C. Cohen was a week end visitor to
Wailuku, returning to Honolulu Mon
day evening. He was here in connection
with the new' Valley Isle Theater, soon
to be opened in Wailuku.
R. Heriick Brown, of Haiku, who was
operated on at the Queen's Hospital last
Saturday for gastric ulcer, is reported as
William Thompson, of Davies&Co.,
Honolulu, was a business visitor at Hana
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson, of Na
hiku, are in Honolulu, where Mrs. And
erson and daughter expect to take pass
age shortly for a visit on the coast.
Don't forget the benefit performance
next Wednesday night at Maui Theater,
for George Maxwell. v
Cum! of Thanks.
I wish to express my sincere apprecia
tion and thanks for the sympathy ex
tended me in my sad bereavement in the
los of my dear little daughter Augusta.
For Kclginn Relief Fund.
A benefit performance will be given
next Wednesday evening at the Paia Or
pheum, by Manager 1'ernandez, for the
Belgian relief fund. An excellent pro
gram is being prepared, including six
reels of pictures.
BowiIIkIi VlhitH JVUiimn Lou.
Rev. A. Craig liowdish took the Tues
day boat for Hawaii, where he had an
invitation to join Dr. A. S. Haker for the
ascent of Manna Loa to view the crater
ol Mokunweoweo. He will return on
Monday next. Rev. Rowland B. Dodge
of Wailuku will preach at the Paia Union
Church Sunday morning.
WAAL. Augusta Margaret Waal, age 12
years, on December 7, 1614, daughter
of Arthur Waal, Lahaina. Service at
mf St. Andrew's Cathedral, December 9,
at 8:15 a. 111.; interment at Lahaina.
CHAMBERLAIN. In Honolulu, De
ceuiber 9, Warren, father of Rev. Hor
ace W. and William W. Chambejlain,
at the residence of his son William on
Spencer street, aged eighty-five years.
Interment at Kawaiahao Mission Ceme
tery. i -DUTOT. In Alameda, California, De
cemberj, Luther II., brother of Jess
and Miss Elizabeth Dutot and Mrs. A.
II. Tarletonj of Honolulu."
Tho bean crop of Ventura county,
f" 4,000,000 bags. Tho receipts -aro
Year is Off
Walter Dillingham Cannot Go and
Frank Baldwin Expresses Disap
proval of Going Without Him
Thinks Another Year Will Be Best
There is little chance of an All
Hawaii polo team going to the
coast in 1915 for the Panama
Pacific polo tournament, according
tc- Frank V. Baldwin of Maui, who
paid a flying visit to Honolulu a
day or so ago, say the Star-Bul
letin. Somc weeks ago it was an
uounced that the trip was probably
off owing to the inability of Walter
F. Dillingham to get away from
business, and Baldwin's attitude
about cinches the decision.
"it is a big undertaking to take
a polo team and its string of ponies
across the Pacific, and besides the
time actually consumed by the
trip, and the money, there arc end
less details to be looked into be
forehand," said Baldwin. "Two
years ago Walter Dillingham and I
co-operated in much of the work,
and I hardly think it would be a
good move to go up without Dil
liifgham. I don't believe that we
could get together as strong a team
as the All-Hawaiis of 1913, and
I don't think it would be a good
thing to go back with a weaker
"Then again, if we went up
next spring we would play all
games in and around San Francis
co. Local polo players had such
an enjoyable time at Coronado be
fore that they want to go back
there. The trip is an expensive
one for everybody and the players
feel that they would like more for
their money than a series of games
at the exposition. I believe that
if we wait another year and
thoroughly prepare for the trip,
we can play better polo, and have
more fun, and take in the southern
circuit, playing games at Pasadena
and Coronado, as well as San
Mateo and Burlingame. If Dil
lingham had been keen for the
trip this year I would have fallen
in line and contributed the best
ponies we have on Maui, but under
the circumstances I think it is best
to call the whole thing off."
Those Who Travel
i hi.. iiii,ii,hii,iiiHiiii,ii i n i. g..t. ......
Per ser. Claudine, Dec. 8. C. D.
Lufkin, Leon Quan San, A. I. Sllva,
Mr .and Mrs. Duncan, Mr. Reed, Mr.
Deano, William Thompson, Mrs. E.
Dublcit. Mrs. K. ICelapa. L. Welnz
heimor, II. A. Janson, II. Y. Cliuclc,
Per str. Claudine, Dec. G. A. W.
Hansen, Dr. J. S. Pratt, Mrs. C. Kaia-
pa, Webster Alull, Miss IlLttio Maulc.
Per sir. Mauna Kea, Dec. 7. R. R.
Ralhbone, J. C. Cohen, A. Waal, Mrs.
F. Stark, K Dodenhcim.
Per str. Claudine, Dec. C. A. M.
Drown, J. S. Walker, C. H. Dye, Miss
V. Searby, Miss M. Searby, Mrs. Wm.
Searby, John Robello, IJ. Yoshlno,
Mrs. D. Yoshino, D. C, Lindsay, Mr.
Per str. Mlkahala, Dec. n, J. P.
Urown and wife, Chang Chow and
five on deck.
Per str. Mauna Kca, Dec. 4. J. F.
Seigler, R. A. Hughes, P. Robinson,
Pedro Baubisda, M. G. Paschoal, Miss
Paschoal, O. N. Weight, Wm. Kalua-
klni, 4. Oarcia, AM Tom, K. Y. Chuck,
Kam Moi, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin.
Per str. Mauna Kea, Dec. 9. Mrs. Pat
terson, D. C. Lindsay, J. W. Porker, Dr.
Judd, J. A. Bortfeld, W. K. Bortfeldt
Mrs. Medeiros, Dr. Youug, Dr. Good
hue, Arthur Waal, Miss James, M. M011
terio. Per str. Mikahala, December 9. Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Brown, E. Dunn, D.
Dunn, Miss M. Hannah, Mrs. II. D.
Ilowen, Miss E. Saffery, Miss W. Saf
ery, Williau Knott, Miss Noone.
Wlllio: Paw, why is tho way of tho
Paw: Becauso so many peoplo
have tramred on It, my son. Cincin
School Board Adopts Kinney's Idea
Of Bunnalows for School Build
ings nntl Will Be Alienil S3 00,0 00
Through the adoption of the
open-air bungalow type of school
houses, recommended by Supcrin
tendent Kinney, the Board of Ed
ucation expects to save $300,000
during the next two years ,over
what was required for the last
biennial period. In Honolulu, be
cause of lack of ground space, the
concrete type of building will be
adhered to, and two of these are to
be built during the next
two years. One of these is
on the Central Grammar School
site and the other on the grounds
of the Kaahumanu school, Bcre
tauia and Piikoi streets. These
will cost $30,000 each.
The board completed its work on
Tuesday. Among other matters
transacted, the board revoked a
former order prohibiting teachers
from having occupations outside of
school hours. The rule of Superiu
tendent Kinney, prohibiting the
soliciting of funds for any chari
table or other purpose in the
schools, was approved. Hereafter
highschool teachers will be given
credit for experience outside the
territory, which has not been the
Defendants Lose In
In an opinion handed down by
the Supreme Court last Friday, in
the case of C. J. .Sclioeniiig ct al.,
vs. William Miner, et al., carried
up by the defendant on writ of
error from the second circuit court,
the higher court affirms the judge-
inent of the lower court. The re
viewing tribunal holds "that the
defendant is precluded by the de
cision upon his exceptions from
making the objections upon writ of
error, and by failure to make such
objection on his former appeal
waived the same."
The court overruled the point
that the failure of .the lower court
to render its decision in writing
had made the judgment void, and
that- the regularity of issuance of
writs of execution and venditioni
exponas by the clerk, and a sale
thereunder by the sheriff, cannot
be reviewed on writ of error."
It is understood that a suit to
quiet title to the property which
was sold under execution by the
sheriff, will be instituted by attor
neys for Miner and Louis Silva.
E. Vincent and E. Murphy, were
attorneys for the defendant and
plaintifi in error, while E R. Be
vins represented the plaintiff-defendant.
Family Had Narrow
Escape From Fire
Aroused from their beds when
the flames were almost upon them,
George Maxwell and his family
had a narrow escape last Sunday
night when fire destroyed their
home at Waikapu with practically
the entire contents. The origin of
the blaze is a mystery. The house
nor contents was insured, and the
loss amounts to several thousand
Friends of the family have been
doing what they can assist the un
fortunates. Besides other forms of
help, a benfit performance is being
arranged for next Monday evening
at the Maui Theater, when the
proceeds will be devoted to helping
Mr. Maxwell to secure another
1 TRIED RECIPES
Apple Tapioca Soak three fourths
of a cup of tapioca for ono hour in
water to cover, drain, add two and
ono half cups of boiling water and ono
half teaspoon of salt; cook in doublo
boiler until transparent. Core and
pare apples, nrrango in a buttered
baking dish, All cavities with sugar,
pour tapioca over apples and bake in
a moderate oven until tho apples aro
soft Servo with sugar or cream or
with cream sauce. Sago may be used
instead of tapioca.
Apple Pudding Sift together 1
cups flour, two teaspoons of sugar,
ono fourth teaspoon of salt, and 1
teaspoons of baking powder. Vork
into tho dry ingredients three table
spoons of butter, and add ono half
cup of milk. Butter a quart pudding
dish and 1111 two thirds lull ol apples
cut In .tuir!cT . sprink'.u with sugar
and add 'wo teaspoons of lemon julro
and one half teaspoon ot nutmeg or
cinnamon. Cover and bnko until soft.
Roll the dough mixture out lightly,
plare over tho apples, bake for 20
minutes and serve wllh hard sauce.
Chill con carnc Ono and one half
pounds of lean meat, ono can of kid
ney beans, three red peppers cut fine
or chilli powder may be used if avail
able, four tahlespoonfuls of olive oil,
three onions cut fine, one tablespoon
of flour and ono largo tablespoon of
Worcestershire sauce. Pour the oil
into the spider and when it Is smok
ing hot put in the onions and peppers
which have been cut fine. Gut the
beef in dice, and when tho onions turn
yellow, add tho meat gradually to
avoid cooking the oil too much and
stir the meat occasionally to scar the
beef. After cooking about 10 minutes
add a cup of hot water, cover and
stew for two hours, adding more
water If needed.
Many of the articles of food which
aro common in (ho United States arc
prepared very differently by the Mex
ican women. Among theso are maca
roni, rice, eggs and salads in variety.
Mexican Macaroni Ono half pound
of macaroni, ono tablespoon of lard,
a small piece of pork or two pork
chops, one pint of tomatoes, one largo
onion, ono green pepper chopped fine
and salt. Place the pork in the fry
ing pan with the lard and turn meat
frequently until scared, then cook
very brown, add vegetables and salt.
Cover and cook slowly until the meat
is in pieces, then put through a course
sieve. This forms the sauce to be
poured over the macaroni after it has
been cooked thoroughly in water.
Mexican Rice Two cups of boiled
rice, salt, one tablespoon of butter,
one onion, ono green pepper and one
tomato chopped fine. After tho rice
and lard have become well heated in
a deep frying pan add the other In
gredients with a quart of boiling
water and cook until most of the
water is gone. Garnish with hard
Mexican Eggs Split three green
peppers lengthwise, remove core and
seeds and fry in hot buttei;. Fry
three slices of ham and place each
picco on a Ulco of toast, then a piece
of the fried pepper on the ham and a
poached egg on the top of each.
Mexican Salads Open carefully
and fold back tho leaves of Spanish
onions which have been boiled until
tender but npt long enough to lose
their shape. Placo each onion in a
nest of lettuce leaves and pour may
onnaise dressing over il.
Sliced celery mixed with mild red
peppers chopped and any good dress
ing poured over, after placing tho
salad on lettuce leaves.
Row in Kitchen Cost
Cook a Week's Pay
It cost Ah You, cook in the
Maui Hotel, just $15 for the fun
of rapping Tomida, a waiter in the
same caravansary, over the head
with a stick of wood. The assault
and battery occurred after the two
principals in the row had pretty
well exhausted their vocabluaries
of choice English-Chinese-Japan-ese-Hawaiian
hostilities were precipitated, ifis
understood, when the waiter un
dertook to tell the cook how to
prepare an order of soup.
Tho New Yorker was descanting on
tho glorlo.s of Broadway.
"Tho streets aro ablazo with light
a voritablo riot," ho said. "Why,
thero is ono electric sign with 100,000
"Doosn't it mako it rather conspicu
ous?", asked liis English friend. Phil
adelphia Public Ledgor.
II Vw jr
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Excellent Christmas Gifts
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AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK, Size 3A the Koday that allows you
to title and date your pictures as you take them,. .. .$22.50
BROWNIE CAMERAS at from $1.00 to $12.00, according to size.
Splendid gift for boys and girls.
KODAK FILM TANK, (no darkroom necessary), $2.50 and up.
BROWNIE ENLARGING CAMERA $2 and up.
KINESTOSCOPE AND BALOPTICONS, for showing Moving
Pictures, Lantern Slides or Postcards on a screen In your
own home . $18 to $88.
PHOTO ALBUMS from 10 cents to $10.
NEGATIVE ALBUMS .from 50 cents to $1.50.
TRIPODS v $1.50 and up.
RUBY LAMPS 25 cents and up.
BEAUTIFUL ART PRINTS from 30 cents to $20 each
SHOP EARLY, PLEASE.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
BOX 7G9 HONOLULU
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In tho Matter of tho Estate of HEZE-
KIAH MANASE, lato of WAILUKU,
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining of
Trust and Distributing tho Estate.
On Reading and Filing tho Petition
and accounts of Paul H. Benedict, Ad
ministrator of tho Estate of Hezekiah
Manasc, lato of Wailuku, Maul, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to bo
allowed $1071.42 and charged with
$2814.24, and asks that the same be
examined and, approved, and that a
final order ho mado of Distribution
of tho remaining property to the per
sons thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from all fur
ther responsibility herein:
It is Ordered, that Thursday, tho
31st day of December, A. D. 1914, at
10 o'clock A. M., before tho Judge of
said Court at Chambers at his Court
Room in Wailuku, County of Maul,
bo and tho same hereby is appointed
tho time and place for hearing said
Petition arid Accounts, and that all
persons interested may then and
thero appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not
bo granted, and may present ovidonco
as to who aro entitled to said pro
perty. And that notice of this Order
be published in tho "Maui News,"
nowsparer printed and published in
Wailuku, Maui, for three successive
weeks, tho last publication to be not
less than two weeks previous to tho
time therein appointed for said hear
Dated November 17, 1914.
(Sd) W. S. EDINGS,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
(Sd) EDMUND H. HART,
Cleric of tho Circuit Court of tho
Nov. 21, 28, Dee. 5, 12, 1914.
3ntms C. Toss, 3t.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. In Probate At Chambers.
In tho Mrtter of the Estato of SAM
UEL ROBERT DOWDLE, lato of
WAILUKU, MAUI, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow-- '
ance of Accounts, Determining
Trust and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing tho Petition
and accounts of Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., Executor under tho Will of
Samuel Robert Dowdle, deceased, lato
ot Makawao, Maul, Territory of Ha
waii, wherein petitioner asks to bo
allowed $003.80 and charged with
$1219.03, and asks that the samo bo-
..t. - ,i ,i
UAIUUIUUU UUU (11111 uvuu, tiuu mm a
final order be mado of Distribution of
tho remaining property to tho persons1
thereto entitled and discharging peti
tioner and sureties from all further
It Is Ordered, that Saturday, the
26th day of December, A. D. 1914, at.
10 o'clock A. M. beforo tho Judge pre
siding at the Court Room of said
Court in Wailuku, County of Maul;
be an dtho samo hereby is appointed
tho timo and placo for hearing said
Petition and Accounts, and that all
persons interested may then nnd thero
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why tho same should not bo
granted, and may present ovideneo as
to who aro entitled to the said pro
perty. And that notice of this Order,
be published In tho "Maul News,"
newspaper printed and published in
said Wailuku, for three successive
weeks, tho last publication' to bo not
less than two weeks previous to tho
time therein appointed for said hear
ing. Dated tho 17th day of Novombor,
(Sd) W. S. EDINGS,
Judgo of tho Circuit Couit of tho'
(Sd) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court or tho
Nov. 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12, 1914.
Mlss Supheridge "I sheftTld Just
like to seo the man that I'd promise
to lovo, honor, and obey!"
Miss Pertly -fTm suro you wouldjt
dear." Brooklyn Life.