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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914.
Dr. Ilothrock was a visitor to Ho
nolulu this weok.
A light fall of snow was reported
Inst weok on Haleakala
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 'Walsh arc homo
' from a short trip to Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolnzhoimer sp-nt
a few days in Honolulu this week.
Mrs. Prank Stark, of Lahalna, re
turned this week from a visit to Ho
nolulu. Mrs. Annie II. Howell, of Walluku,
is In Honolulu, the guest of Mrs. C,
Sister Helena camo back from Ho
nolulu last Saturday, after a week's
visit in that city.
A. Fries, of the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, returned homo this week from
n short trip to Honolulu.
Wm. Thompson, of Davles & Com
pany, returned to Honolulu this week
after a business trip to Hana.
.1. Garcia made a quick business
trip to Honolulu last Saturday, re
turning on Tuesday's Claudine.
Mrs. A. J. McLeod, who was the
guest of Mrs. It. D. Dodge, is now vis
iting Mrs. YV A. Sparks, of Kahului.
Charles II. Hall, of Honolulu, was
an arrival by the Mauna Kea on Wed
nesday, on a few days business trip.
Knos Vincent returned home on
Wednesday evening from Molokni
where he was called on business last
II. II. Taylor, manager of the Is
land Electric Company, returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday after a short
It. L. Turner, the "roselle king," Is
expected to reach Maul next week
to look Into his Interests In the Na
Dan Conway and Leon Tobrlner,
arc two well known traveling sales
men who are spending a week in the
William Green, tho popular Hono
lulu salesman, returned to the city
after spending a week calling on
William Williamson, of Honolulu,
was at Nahlku this week looking into
tho rubber and rosello business, in
which he Is Interested.
Mrs. William Searby of Puunene
and the Misses Searby returned home
from a week's visit to Honolulu on
last Saturday's Claudine.
Dank Examiner George' F. Smithies
made his regular visit to Maul this
week, during which he made an ins
pection of the four banks of tho Coun
ty. Tho ChrlstmasJTreo exercises of tho
Sunday School, Church of the Good
Shepherd, will be held in the Parish
House, on Wednesday evening at C
Mrs. D. P. Penhallow, who haa been
on the coast for several months, re
turned this week by tho Lurlino and
Is again living with her son Harry D.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown, accom
panied by Master Arthur Brown, will
depart on tho Kllauea Wednesday for
Maui, where they will spend tho
Christmas holidays. Advertiser.
A. W. Anderson, manager of tho
Nahlku Rubber Company, has return
ed from a trip to Honolulu, where he
accompanied his wife and children,
who aro now enrouto to tho coast for
The Honolulu Drug Company Is
making a specialty this year of filling
mall orders for tho famous "Orange
Blossom" candies, a largo consign
ment of which anived fresh from the
factory this week.
Miss Edna Edings, a niece of Judge
W. S. Edings, arrived in Honolulu
from the coast, by tho Lurlino on
Tuesday and will visit in the islamls
for somo time. She will probably ac
company Judge Edings to Walluku af
ter tho holidays.
Ralph "Walker, timoKoeper or the
Puunene plantation, it Is reported, is
to be promoted to tho position of
head luna of tho Klhei division, on
the first or tho month. Tho place was
made vacant by tho death of A. J.
McLeod, somo days ago.
John Fassoth, late mnnagpr of Wai
moa (Kauai plantation), has boon at
Hana this weok. It Is ropbrtcd that
he is Interested in tho possibility of
rovivjng tho Kipahulu plantation,
which had planned to go out of busi
ness after this season.
Mrs. It. B. Dodgo is looking for
. ward ot a visit from hor father. Prof.
John E. Sinclair, of Worcester, Ohio,
and her sister, Miss M. Emily Sin-
ttlntr nf nimflln Tim. .1
v...., . vi'x. tin. illUJ UIU UAJICUICU
on the Fobruary trip of tho Manoa,
and will romaln In the islands for a
Marco Wolff and Miss Fanchon
worn, who wore guests ot tneir uncle,
Q. L. Meyer In Walluku last weok,
loft last Saturday afternoon for Ho-
nolulu wiioro they have oponed a so-
jpot dancing class ana nro instructing
(hp smart sot of the metropolis In tho
lnftuf tnrnolnhnrnnn nrnnHnne
On the Other Islands
Would Bring Bats to Islands.
Bats Introduced to the Islands to
help keep down tho various insect
pests, is a plan proposed by L. G.
Blackmail. Prof. Blackmail gives the
little night flyer a very high reputa
tion, and makes tho assuranco that it
will not in Itself become a menace.
Veteran Navigator Makes Last Port.
Captain Ephralm T. Rogers, who
for the past eighteen years has been
closely Identified with local shipping,
died in Honolulu last Saturday. He
Was 76 years of age. Captain Itogers
made his first trip to the Islands in
1S97 when he- brought down tho then
brand-new steamer Maul tor tho Wil
der Steamship Company.
Filipino Murderer Dreaks Jail.
Pedro Senape, a Filipino murderer,
broke jail in HIlo last week and Is
still at large.. Another Filipino pris
oner who made the dash for liberty
at the 61U110 time, was recaptured. Se
nape Is said to have killed a fellow
couutryman by stabbing him with a
pair of scissors.
Capt. Peleg Shepherd Dead.
One or the best known waterfront
characters at Honolulu is no more,
through the death on Saturday last of
Captain Peleg Shepheid". Capt. She
pherd was born In New Bedford,
Mass., 83 years ago, and camo to the
Islands In 18-19. During his active
career ho commanded some of the
best known sailing craft In tho Pac
ific trade. Later ho was connected
with the Wilder Steamship. Company,
as commander of the Likellke. He
married a sister of W. C. and S. G.
Wilder, and at the funeral last Sun
day his. nephews Chauncey, Harry,
Charles, Gerrit, Samuel and Elwood
Wilder acted as pall bearers.
K. of C. Excursion for July.
According to advices received this
week from the Coast, an excursion of
two hundred Knights of Columbus
will sail from San Francisco on June
22 in the steamer Sierra, for a two-
wgeks visit to the islands. Tho Sier
ra has already been chartered for the
trip, and HIlo will- bo the first port of
More Troops For Hawaii.
According to Secretary Garrison, In
his annual report to tho President,
the War Department expects to in
crease tho force of troops In Oahu by
6300 men, Including threo regiments
of infantry, ono battalion of field art
illery, and two companies of coast art
Believes Mauna Loa Will Break
Prof. Jaggar believes that tho pres
ent activity In tho summit crater of
Mauna Loa will be followed before
long by an outbreak on tho flank
of the mountain, probably on the HIlo
Inquiry For Hawaiian Bonds.
The mayor of Cincinnati has cabled
Treasurer McCarthy to learn how
many Hawaiian bonds are still unsold.
Poi In Demand On Coast.
Tho promotion committee has re
ceived word from San Francisco that
recent shipments of poi to that city
woro quickly exhausted and placing
orders for three regular shipments
Fake Club in Trouble.
Tho Spanish-American War Veter
an's Club, at corner of Alakca and
Merchant street, Honolulu, has been
investigated by Attorney General
Stainback, and declared nothing moro
than a common saloon operating un
der a club license. The place Is to be
closed and the managers prosecuted,
Mainland Capital Would Invest.
Provided it can bo shown that need
exists In Honolulu for a modern build
ing, tho Western States Lifo Insur
ance Company, Intimates that it is
prepared to Invest half a million dol
lars In such a project. Tho proposi
tion follows the recent visit to tho is
lands of II. J. Saunders, president of
Uncle Sam Will Build Big Wireless.
According to advices just received
Secretary Daniels has oxplaincd tho
delay in carrying out the big project
of a system of great radio stations
for tho Navy Department, which will
extend around the world, as duo to
difficulty in quieting title to tho slto
at San Diego. This difficulty has been
removed, and tho contract for tho
Pearl Harbor station togethor with
the ones at San Diego and Guam will
probably be let this month.
Gang of Boy Thieves Arrested.
Eighteen boys have been arrested
in Honolulu charged with systematic
junk stealing. A large amount of
plunder was unearthed. A Japanese
named Moto, Is to be arrested as the
"fonco" through which tho stolen
goods were disposed of.
Hawallans Going to Exposition.
Ernest Kaal, with a quintet of nnt
ivo singers, four hula girls, six "util
ity" girls, two. old Hawaiian couples
to sit around and weave mats and
fans, and .Miss Itosc Gibson, as chap
crone, leave today for San Diego to
form a "Hawaiian village" for the San
Diego exposition. They have all sign
ed contracts for one year.
North Pole Discoverer Coming Here.
II. Gooding Field has received a let
ter from near-Admiral Bobert E.
Peary, Arctic explorer, to the effect
that ho Is coming to Hawaii this win
ter for the purpose of trying Hawaii's
game fishing. Besides this, Field says
ho has received, as secretary ot the
Hawaii Tuna Club, a large number of
Inquiries from others who aro inter
ested In the sport In theso waters,
and who are planning trips here In
tho near future.
Rosclles Being Given Away.
In order to introduce tho new jam
and Jelly fruit, roselle, which Is being
grown in considerable quantity in the
i i errnory, mo iernioriai xuarKeung
Division Is giving away 2-pound sam
ples in Honolulu. The Division re
ports that tho fruit Is not known, and
that tho large shipments sent cannot
be disposed of.
Finding Leaks On Oahu.
II. Gooding Field, working with a
committee or the Chamber or Com
merce and tho Honolulu Ad Club, has
boon digging into the methods of the
Territorial government business on
Oahu. The report submitted last
week shows that ovor 37.5 per cent o!
the tax which should bo paid on auto
mobiles in Honolulu remain, uncol
lected, representing a sum or $38,525,
In tho last six years. Field also finds
that there Is a great loss in efficiency
through overlapping of different de
partments, and of territorial and
county work. Ho found that on ac
count of this, forty-five dairies have
escaped taking out tho necessary per
mit to sell milk. The loss on auto
mobile taxes is fouiid to be 'due to
conflict of authority between the sher
iff's department and the tax office.
Money For Germany.
A further sum of $3,090 has been
raised on Kauai (almost wholly con
tributed by Germans) for the relief
ot widows and orphans In Germany.
This is In addition to $3,000 already
raised hero Tor tho lied Cross In Ger
many and the amounts contributed by
local Germans to the fund raised at
Honolulu. Garden Island.
Side Show Man Fined.
A sideshow man named Dillon was
fined $25 In tho polico court for giv
ing an indecent exhibition of a de
formed boy at his show on Front Si.
Tho boy is a son of a Walpnhu plan
tation laborer and it is not kno-.ii)
how he came into tho hands of the
showman. Hawaii Herald.
Prof. Krauss will be in Kula on
Monday, December 21, with his eng
ine and bean thresher to demonstrate
to Kula farmers bean threshing by
power. The threshing will bo done
at tho homo of George Copp.
In a single shipment last week
tho K. F. C. A. sent moro than seven
and a half tons of corn, beans, pota
toes and cabbage to Honolulu. Tho
total shipments for the week totaled
moro than thirteen tons.
Dr. Durney made a Hying trip to
Honolulu last week to meet his sis
ter, Mrs. Winters, wife of Captain
Winters, U. S A. Quartermaster
Corps, and her two daughters, Miss
Mary Winters and. Miss Susan Win
ters. Tho doctor icturned on Monday,
with his guests, who aro now with
the Durnoys at tho Sanitarium.
Dr. A. C. Rothrock, who recently
opened an olllco in Walluku in con
nection with Dr. Osmers, surprised
his friends this weok by slipping
away to Honolulu and returning on
Wednesday evening with a bride.
Mrs. Rothrock was Miss Frances Kin
ney, a nurso in tho Queen's Hospital
for tho past year or more. Tho mar
riago, which was a very qulot one, oc
curred on Tuosday night, tho cere
mony boing performed by tho Rev.
Dr. Ilothrock, who has (been on
Maul for the past several months,
substituting for various physicians
while- thoy took vacations, has al
ready made many friends, who are
glad to know that ho has decided to
rosido permanently hero. Ho and his
bride will go to housekeeping In Wal
luku very shortly.
Very delightful was tho reception
nnd dance given Inst Friday evening
at the K. of P. hall by Mr. Marco
Wolff and Miss Fanchon Wolff, the
celebrated dance artists, to the now
friends they had made in Walluku
during their visit with their uncle, D,
L. Meyer. Tho affair was largely at
tended. Mr. Wolff Is a past master
on the violin, as well as in the tcrpsi
chorenn art and greatly delighted the
music lovers In the audience by his
beautiful renditions of classic music.
The demonstration by Mr. Wolff nnd
his sister, of tho dance steps which
have placed them in the Vernon Cns-
tie class, was a revelation to most
of those present, and was greatly ad
Miss Woff entertained most delight
fully at tho piano, and with her
Tho Wolffs were assisted in their
program by Miss Mary Hoffman, a
stringed quartet, and by W. S. Chll-
llngworth on the mandolin.
Following tho demonstration and
program, the dancing became general
and lasted until midnight.
FISH POND LEASE SOLD.
The lease of a fishpond at Pukoo,
Molokai, held by a Japanese named
Akudagawa, was sold last Saturday
by Sheriff Crowoll on an execution for
debt. The lease was bid for by sev
eral Japanese, and finally was knock
ed down for $7C0 to ono of them. The
lease has four years yet to n..
Those Who Travel
Per str. Mauna Kea, Doc. 16. H. H.
Taylor, J. Hackott, C. M. Thurston,
W. G. Hall, L. P. George, A Fries, L.
Weinzhelmer and wife, Dr. Ilothrock
nnd wife, C. B. Hall, Bobert Hair.
Per str. Mauna Kea, December 12.
George Smithies, H. Mori, Mrs. E.
G. Hitchcock, Miss Chlyo Uchida,
Miss Cleo Case, Mrs. Frank Stark,
Miss Edna Murray, Miss B. Murray,
Chan Ling Sing, J. W. Parker, Master
Fasseth, J. E. Gannon, Miss B. M. Fol
som, Mrs. F. B. Davis.
Per str. Claudine, December 12.
Miss V. Searby, Mrs. William Searby,
Miss Searby, Miss A. Wadsworth,
Miss M. Taylor, Sister Helena, Miss
M. Robinson, Miss O. Iloblnson, Cecil
Halstead, Gordon Scott, J. P. Foster,
Roland Gay, Ernest Gay, A. Wads-
worth, Harold Baldwin, H. A. Hardy,
J. II. Raymond, George N. Weight,
Brother Seallnus, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Walsh, Mrs. C. C. Campbell, H. B.
Pogue, Georgo Sopor, D. S. Wads-
worth, W. A. Ramsay, John Planking-
ton, Mr. Davis, John Howard, Mrs.
Howard, Miss E. Gay, Miss M. Gay,
C. T. Lewis, L. Tobrlner Herbert Bald
win, Clarence Baldwin, J. Meinocko,
Miss Flora Freltas, Mr. Hamamoto,
S. Shlgezawa, W. E. Show.
Per sti. Mikahala. December 15.
Miss Annlo E. Meyer, A. V. Peters,
Dr. McCoy, Miss Duvauchclle, Mrs. R.
Per str. Claudine, Dec. 15. Jas.
Chalmers, Miss A. Chalmers, J. G.
Pratt, Jr., Miss Annio Correa, John
Fassoth, Wm. Williamson, Richard
Quinn, Miss Garcia, Miss Jane Jones,
W. Nicol, J. Garcia, W. A. Anderson,
Natsuqulzumi, R. R. Wong, Sam
Per str. Claudine, December 12.
Miss M. Wolff, F. Wolff, Geo. Hog-
gcrty, T. Kobayashi, Hong Yau, A. H.
Taylor, Mrs. Ben Williams, A. C. Rob
inson, W. G. Scott, Doctor Rothrock,
S, Kezenkl, Miss F. Kinney, Walter
Per str. Mauna Kea, December 11.
M. R. Pereira, T. Yoshina, S. Kondo,
A. Okazaki, J. Garcia, A. I. Silva, Mrs.
J. G. Howell, J E. Gannon, Charles
Gay, D, Kanuha, S. Miranda, Georgo
J. O'Neill, Dr. Durney, J. M. Flshol,
Mrs. M. Holt.
Per str. Mauna Kea, December 11.
L. Weinzhelmer, A. Fries, Miss V.
Music, Master Fenn, K. Koglma,
Wong Gut, J. A. Bordfeldt, Miss Bord
feldt, Miss V. Tavaros, Capt. G. B.
Leavltt, W. J. Davis, W. A. Ramsay.
J. C. Plankington, Miss E. Saffery.
Per str. Mauna Loa, December 1-1.
Jos. W. Donald, J. P. Cooke, L. Her
Mails arc duo from .tho following
points as follows:
San Francisco Wilhelmlna, Dec. 22.
Yokohama Mongolia, Dec. 22,
Australia Ventura, Dee 31.
Malls will depart fcr tho following
points as follows:
San Francisco Mongolia, Dee. 22.
Yokohama Tenyo Maru, Dec. 25.
Australia Sonoma, Dec. 28.
IT'S A RIOT. COMEDY HIT OF THE. SEASON.
I BREWSTER'S MILLIONS f
jt A Farce Comedy in Six Reels. j
i WAILUKU ORPI1EUM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22
WAILUKU, MAUI, December 15, 1D14.
Honorable Sam E. Kalama,
Chairman and Executive Officer, . , - .-
Board of Supervisors,
County of Maul. . "
Your Committee of tho Wholo to which was referred The Proposed Bud
get of tho County's Finance for the year 1915, begs to report that it has
had tho same under careful consideration nnd recommends the adoption of
the same, subject to further consideration at a full meeting of tho Board at
tho January, 1915, meeting.
J. H. RAYMOND,
Chairman, Committee of tho Whole.
BUDGET FOR THE
Carried Forward from 1914
Taxes (General Fund) on $25,100,000
Total Income 1915
Less Amount carried over to 1916
Amount Available 1915
Gnmo Fund carried forward
Game Fund to bo collected
Total Income for County of Maul, 1915
Operating Expenses 1915
Care of Schools
Special Road Tax .; '.
Total Unexpended Balance
Dec. 19, 2G, 1914.
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