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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915.
Manuel Do Rcgo nnd J. Do Rcgo nro
Dan Quill, of Puunono, was In Ho
nolulu this week.
Mrs. B. E. Fcnn, of Lahnlnn, spent
the week In Honolulu with friends.
Miss Wlchert, of Kahulul, is visit
ing friends in Honolulu this week.
Mrs. Ellen Rogers, of Wailuku, was
visiting friends in Honolulu this week.
P. Hasson, of Lahalna, Is in Hono
lulu this week taking in the Carnival.
Mrs. W. T. noblnson and the Misses
Robinson, spent Carnival week In Ho
nolulu. Mrs. E. P. Dclncrt Is attending the
Carnival attractions in the Capital
Mrs. Robert Hair, oi Honolulu, is
,the guest of Mrs. Millie B. Hair at Ha
makuapoko. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Aiken spent the
week In Honolulu attending tho Car
J. W. Olescn, secretary of tho Haiku
Fruit &. Packing Co., spent Carnival
.week in Honolulu.
Mrs. M. M. Graham returned to Ho
nolulu last Saturday after visiting
friends in Maul for somo time.
C. M. Thurston, of Honolulu, a rep
resentative of the Standard Oil Com
pany, was a Maui visitor this week.
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky and Miss
von Tempsky, of Makawao, were
among the visitors from Maul to Ho
nolulu this week.
Wm. Thompson, of Davles & Co., re
turned to Honolulu last night nfter a
week spent on business at Hana and
other points on Maul.
Tho Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mis.
Sommerfeld next Tuesday afternoo i,
March 2nd, at three o'clock.
Mrs. A. C. Case, wife of Supervising
Principal Case, of Hamakuapoko, ar
rived home this week after several
months spent on the mainland.
E. R. Bevins caught a 25-pound ulua
on hi trip from Molokai on WeGnos
day. He says he will bo well satis
fled if ha Is as successful in landing
votes as he is fish.
H. H. Taylor, of the Island Electric
Company, went to Honolulu Monday
night on business. Ho was accompan
ied by Mrs. Taylor. They will prob
ably return this morning.
Enos "Vincent, deputy county attor
ney, returned from Molokai on Wed
nesday, where he was called last week
to prosecute a number of small cases
before District Magistrate Conradt. '
Mrs. Robert K. Purday, after spend
ing a month in Honolulu, during which
lime she underwent an operation, re
turned to her home in Wailuku, by
tho Mauna Kea on Wednesday even
ing. Theodore Richards and Rev. J. P.
Erdman, of Honolulu, were on Molo
kai last Sunday attending tho dedica
lton of a new church. They returned
to Honolulu on Monday evening from
D. H. Case was In Honolulu this
week, where he was called as a mem
ber of the County legislative com
mittee, which has recommended tho
passage of a number of bills by the
Rev. Charles Vllllers is preaching
on Sunday mornings during Lent, In
tho Church of tho Good Shepherd, a
series of sermons on "The Doctrines
and Duties of the Christian Religion,
as Taught by Jesus." The hour of
tho servlco is 13 o'clock.
Dr. Purley A. Baker, National Sup
erintendent of the Anti-Saloon League,
will bo on Maul next week, arriving
from Hilo on Friday night's Mauna
Kea. Ho will preach at the Pula
Union Church Sunday morning, and at
Uie Wailuku Union Church Sund.iy
Clarence G. White, of Haiku, who
hns been on the mainland for tho past
six months or moro, was a returning
passenger by tho Manoa this week.
He returns to tho Coast in about two
weeks on business that calls him to
Ohio, after which ho will return with
Mrs. White and children, who nre now
Mrs. Chester Livingston has come
down from tho other islands and is
visiting friends in Honolulu. During
her stay hero sho has been entertain'
ed extensively by her host of friends.
unui weunesaay sho was tho house'
guest of Mrs. Frank Atherton and now
is visiting airs. Vlda Thrum. Star-
Senator H. B. Penhallow and Mrs.
Ponhnllow were among tho arrivals
in Honolulu early this week. Mr. Pen
hallow has como to Honolulu to at
tend tho session of tho legislature and
during their stay hero Mrs. Penhal
low will bo entertained extensively
by her frionds. It has been somo
months since this charming woman
has made a trip to Honolulu and her
return will bo welcome. Star-Bui
Indications That It Will Exceed 1912
Crop By 2,500 Tons-Good Crop Last
Year Yielded Profits of Near $700,
000 Annual Meeting Wednesday.
Unless somo entirely unlikely con
tingency should arise, the Maui Agri
cultural will harvest this year 37,000
tons of sugar, according ,to the esti
mates of Manager H. A. Baldwin, und
this production will establish the rec
ord for tho plantation. Tho biggest
year heretoforo was that of 1!U2 when
34.C00 tons wete produced. Tho crop
of 1914 nmounted to 33.G00 tons.
Manager Baldwin states that an av
erage of 3.77G cents was obtained for
tho last crop, this satisfactory figure
being due to tho very high prices
which obtained immediately after the
outbreak of tho European war last
summer. Tho company made profits
amounting to $093,947.05 on last year's
No change is made in the manage
ment of tho company, the same offi
cers and directors being elected at tue
annual meeting held In Honolulu last
Wednesday. They are as follows: H.
A. Baldwin, president; S. M. Damon,
first vice-president; J. P. Cooke, sec
ond vice-president; J. Waterhouse,
treasurer; John Guild, secretary; D.
B. Murdoch, auditor.
Board of directors H. A. Baldwin,
J. T. Cooke, S. M. Damon, F. C. Ather
ton and S. A. Baldwin.
Delightful Was Affair
of Makawao Literary
Probably becauso tho press agent
"resigned" the two hundred or more
persons who attended the entertain
ment of the Makawao Literary at the
Pala Community House, on Friday
night of last week, were totally un
prepared for tho unique and alto
gether delightful performance which
was given. The affair was understood
to bo a "Colonial Evening," and in
keeping with this Idea, all of those on
the program were in colonial costun o,
while many of the audience were In
costume In whole or in partomc go
ing no further than to have their hair
powdered. The hall was lavishly dec
orated with flags. It is the intention
of tho Literary to hold similar enter
tainments monthly from now on, and
judging from the success of tho lasl
week affair there will be no lack of
The programs, which were qulto r. I
ginal in conception, read as follows.
IN DAYS OF OLD
An Opera In 14 Ax
Staged by H. W. Baldwin
Orchestra Leader Miss Bond
Electrical Effects. .. .Bobbie Murdoch
Scenic Effects Cloud Kln'ey
Stage Carpenter Frank Camerou
All the Way from Paris
Properties Forget It
Press Agent Resigned
6 Months in New .York
8 Month.i in Chicago
In Paia wo ought to get 8 Years
Overture Mrs. Steel
Act 1 Arrival of tho "Mayflower."
Act 2. Arrival ot tho QuaranMno
Act 3. Founding of Plymouth Dv k
Act 4. Planting Truth In America.
Act 5. Arrival of Reception Com
ct 0. Song of Victory.
Act 7. Marching of Minu(e)temen
Arranged by Mrs. Dora von Tempsky,
Act 8. I'd Like to bo a Soldier.
Madam Tctrazinl and Chorus.
G Minutes Intermission.
Act 9. Song by Pilgrims.
Act 10. March ot Pilgrlmlets.
Act 11. Schubert's Serenade....
- C. D. Lufkln
Act 12. Colonial Pastimes.
Miss Alexa von Tempsky and "Hand
Act. 13. Song Chief Powhatan
Act 14. Finale, "In Days of Old"
Free Trip on the "Mayflower"
For Those Holding The Largest
CONVICTED OF ADULTERY.
Lul Kuulel was fined ?50 .and Kn
pulo Kalawaia, the woman in tho case,
was given a suspended scntenco of
13 months, on conviction of adultery
In the local district court, yesterday
morning. Both parties llvo at Wal
kapu. The man is in jail in default of
money to pay his lino. Tho woman
was ropontant and has gono back to
All Democratic Candidates Sure of
Place on Regular Ballot-Primary
Contests Will Be All Among Republicans-List
Closed Last Saturday.
The voters of Maul will have 27
names to consider when they go to
tho primaries a week from next Sat
urday That was the number of can
didates in tho field when the cntiiea
closed last Saturday night. Of these
there are three republicans out lor
chairmanship of tho board of super
visors, with no other party In the
field; two for county clork; two fo
sheriff, and two for county nttorney.
L. M. Baldwin, for county iron surer,
and Charles Wilcox, for county audi
tor, each have no opponents, and ate
as good as re-elected alrendy.
For the four offices of county su
pervisors, there aro eleven republi
cans in the field and four democrats.
Eugene Murphy is tho only democrat
on the ticket, and he is assured of the
democratic nomination for county at
torney, ns aro each of tho fodr demo
cratic supervisorial aspirants. But
nomination and election on the demo
cratic ticket aro quite different things.
There are no other parties in the field
Follows tho list of candidates as
announced by tho county clerk:
For chairman and executive officer:
Republicans, Geo. Copp, Samuel E.
Kalama, John W. Kalua.
For supervisors: Republicans, R.
A. Drummond, David T. Fleming, W.
P. Haia, J. K. Kahookele, John KaH
no, Geo. Maxwell, Edgar Morton, ..
Nakaleka, Philip Pall, Joseph N. Ua-
hlnul, Georgo Weight.; Democrats,
Jerry Burns, Pia Cockctt, Pala Nakl,
J. H. Raymond.
For county clerk: Republicans,
Wm. Fred Kaao, James N. K. Keola.
For county sheriff: Republicans,
Clement Crowell, Chas. Lake.
For county auditor: Republican,
For county attorney: Republicans,
E. R. Bevlns, D. II. Caso; Democrats,
For county treasurer: Republican,
L. M. Baldwin.
Kula May Get New
Road Built Soon
Agricultural Extension Work Taking
l'romising lorm in Mauka District
Theodore Richards Has Thrill
WAIAKOA, Feb. 24 John Mathlas,
manager of the Kula Branch of tho
Maul Dry Goods & Grocery Company,
has been In tho Wailuku hospital for
a serious operation on tho stomach.
We miss him and trust he will soon
bo back with us again
An encouraging letter has been re
celved from Land Commissioner
Tucker asking that we mark on a blue
print just what portions of the ICeo-kea-Walahole
mauka homestead road
wo wish to have built, and ho will
then tell us what money is available
for' tho purpose.
The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture has set aside $25 a month from
the Extension Work funds to assist
tho farmers of Kula. This help takes
tho form of an appointment,-at a sal
ary of $25 a month, of a collaborat ,
who works under tho direction of. M ,
Krauss. It is understood, however,
that tho money Is to be used whercvo
a small expenditure seems advisablu
Thus, from tho first month's salary,
?10 was paid to bear tho expenso"of
tho recent bean thrashing demonstra
tion, and tho balance of It in the work
of tho Kula Farmers' Cooperative As
Theodore Richards of Honolulu, and
Rev. R. B. Dodge, made a flying trip
through Kula on tho afternoon of Feb
ruary 22. They had been on Molokai
for tho dedication of a new church,
and had mado a dangerous passage of
tho channel in a small boat, during
which the sail blew away and tho s-"i
washed aboard, soaking both of them.
After the trip through Kula in Mr.
Dodge's car, Mr. Richards took tho
night boat from Lahalna back to Ho
nolulu. REGISTRATION CLOSED.
Tho registration list which closed
on Wednesday, shows 2599 citizens
Maul County eligible to vote at tho
coming primary. In this county olec
Hon tho leper settlement registration
does not count, that being a separate
Out as Clerk
But Claus Roberts, Old Wailuku Boy Got
the CovetedJob-Lyons Presumed to
Have Committee Clerkship-Robinson
Blamed For Republicans' Failure
Contrary to tho expectations of his
friends, Tim Lyons, who went to Ho
nolulu last week on a "rush" message
from Senator W. T. Robinson, did not
land tho job of assistant clerk to the
senate. But Tim has not returned,
nor has he written, so it is surmised
that ho Is somo busy. It Is understood
that he has tho clerkship of the print
ing committee of tho senate, of which
Robinson is chairman.
Incidentally it seems that the dem
ocratic minority in tho senate rather
"put it over" the republicans In the
matter ot organization. Tho republi
cans elected Chllllngworth for pres
ident of the Senate, but five out of
tho other seven places went to demo
crats. Tho republicans are said to
place the blame for the going awry of
their caucus plans to Senator Robin
son, who refused to attend tho caucus
on Monday, and whose attitude left
But although Lyons failed to got
tho assistant clerkship, It will be
pleasing to many Maulites to know
that it is now being held down by a
former Maul boy Claus Roberts. Mr.
Roberts for the past several years has
been, stenographer for Senator Coke,
and he has mado good. Coko picked
him up in Wailuku as likely Timber,
and proved the correctness of his
judgment. Roberts was educated in
St. Anthony's and owes most of his
"book-larncn" to Brother Frank. Nat
urally ho holds his present joo as a
The senate as finally organized,
with the committee appointed later by
President Chllllngworth, Is as fol
lows: President Senator C. F .Chllllng
Vice-President Senator R. H. Ma-
Clerk A. E. Lloyd (R.).
Assistant Clerk Claus Roberta (D.)
Sergcant-at-Arms Abraham Kalei-
Chaplain Rev. W. Kumau (D.).
Messenger John Noble (R.)
Janitor J. W. Paklko (D.).
Ways and Means Rico, Baldwin,
Qulnn, Makokau-and Iaukea.
Judiciary Castle, Penhallow, Do
sha, Coke and Metzger.
Public Lands Baldwin, Desha and
Education Penhallow, Rice, Baker.
Printing arid Enrollment Robinson,
Accounts Qulnn, Wirtz, Robinson,
Health Desha, Baldwin. Baker.
Military Coke, Penhallow and Ba
Promotion Penhallow, Castle, Iau
kea. Rules Rice, Castle, Mikaele.
Nawahine Would keep
Alien Fishermen Outside
Representative Nawahlno of Maui
would prohibit all Ashing in the wa
ters between tho reefs and the bundl
es in tho territory to all but citizen
fishermen. This restriction is founi
in House Bill No. 37, introduced the
opening day of the session. It pro
vides a fine not to exceed $100 for
any violation of the law, should the
bill be enacted Into such.
I hereby beg to announce my candi
dacy as a member of tho Board of
Supervisors for tho County of Maul on
tho Democratic ticket at the coming
Primary, and pledge myself to sup
port tho platform of tho Democratic
Very sincerely youre,
tr PIA COCKETT.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
chairman of tho Board of Supervisors
of tho County of Maul, on the Re
JOHN W. KALUA,
49 tf. Wailuku.
WAILUKU -:- PHONE -:-
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Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
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We guarantee to make all steamer and
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Fnvnvirp Rpnnpc nf
CARLTON C. JAMES
White Layer Cake.
Half cup butter, 1 cups granulat
ed sugar, ono cup lukewarm water,
2V4 cups pastry Hour, whites of four
eggs, two rounding teaspoonfuls bak
ing powder. Beat tho butter to a
cream, add the sugar slowly, beating
both unlir creamy. Gradually add tho
water, then the flour In tho same way.
Beat thoroughly; then add tho well-
beaten whites of tho eggs nnd the
baking powder, folded In gently but
quickly. Put at once In ungrcascd Van
t)cu'sen cake pans and bake twenty
minutes In a quick oven. Invert the
pan and let It remain until cool. Re
move from tho pans nnd put together
with cither of the fillings given below
Mocha Flllng. Ono tablcspoonful
butter, two tablespoonfuls black cof
fee, 1 cups powdered sugar, cup
chopped nuts, two egg yolks. Prepoi i
tho coffee as usual, except allow
double the amount always for black
coffee. Cool. Beat the butter to a
cream ,add tho yolks and beat well,
then the coffee nnd gradually Die
sugar, beating well all the while. Mix
In the nuts which aro chopped med
ium fine, saving a little to sprinkle
over the top of the cake.
Chocolate Filling. 2 squares un
sweetened chocolate, one cup powd
ed sugar, three tablespoons milk, yoiic
of one egg, teaspoon vanilla. Melt
chocolate over hot water, add one
half the sugar, and milk; add remain
ing sugar and yojk of egg; then cook
In doublo-bciler until it thickens, stir
ring constantly at lirst that mixture
may bo perfectly smooth. Cool slight
ly, flavor and spread. Either of the
above cake filliiigs aro particularly
good for this climate becauso not af
fected by damp weather.
Ono-half pound dates, ono cup wal-
TO VOTERS OF MAUI COUNTY.
I hereby announco my candidacy
for the ofllco of County Clork of Maul
County on the Republican ticket If
nominated and elected, ,1 pledge my
self to do efficient wo?k.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA.
Feb. 20, 27, Mar. C, 13.
I hereby nnnounco myself as can
didate for the office of Supervisor for
tho County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on tho Republican ticket nt
tho coming Primary Election. I pledge
my support to tho Republican plat
form, and, If elected, to dovoto my
constant and host efforts to tho wel
fare ot Maui.
R. A. DRUMMOND.
I hereby beg to announce my candi
dacy as a member of the Board of
Supervisors for tho County of Maui
on tho Republican ticket at tfie com
ing Primary, and pledge myself to
support tho platform of tho Republi
can Party and, if elected, will givo
tho business of tho County of Maul
my first and best consideration.
Feb. 13, 20, 27, Mar. G.
Ulupalakua, Maul, Jan. 2!), 1915.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CCUNTY
In response to many requests from
citizens, both Democrats and Repub
licans, that I be a candidato for the
office of Supervisor at tho coming
election, I doairo to state that upon
mature deliberation and due consider
ation of the matter, I havo decided
to place my namo before the people
and shall be satisfied with their ver
dict. If I am elected, I shall endeav
or to accomplish tho following re
1. To work for tho establishment
nnd nialntonanco of an honest, econ
omical, progressive, business admin
istration of tho affairs of tho County
2. To advocate the payment of
wages and salaries to all employees of
tho County to tho full extent of their
worth, and to demand of them, in re
turn, the highest standard of efficien
cy, and prope respect for tho office
held by them.
3. To maintain and improve tho
roads nnd bridges wo now havo and to
complete now ones, first where they
arc. really needed the most.
4. To fully complete tho Kula Pipe
Line and build a reservoir at Ollnda.
lVIniii l-Tnnspb'PPnPY's 11
nuts, ono cup raisins, three eggs, 1
cups sugar, ono scant cup butter, o".p
rounding teaspoon soda, flour to make
very stiff batter, cinnamon, clovo or
other desired spice, one teaspoon
each. Put dates, walnuts and raisins
through food chopper, then rub to
gether with the flour (eay three cups
of flour). Cream butter and sugar,
add beaten eggs, then soda dissolved
In a little hot water, then fruit, mure
flour and spices. Enough flour fcho'iM
bo added to make a very stllf batter.
Drop a distance apart on grcabed
pans. This recipe should inako four
Baked Round Steak.
Select a nice round steak about two
Inches thick. Lay it on a board,
sprinkle with ilour ,thcn with a, meat
pounder, pound the ilour into it. Re
pent this process until no moro flour
can bo pounded into It. Lnrd with
larding needle, or with sharp pointed
knife make tiny incisions about ono
inch apart Into which insert small
ribbons of bacon or salt pork. Plai'O
in dripping pan, season with salt and
pepper and bake.
Boil six medium sized potatoes. Also
boil three eggs hard. When cold, havo
ready at hand about ono cup of spring
onions cut in half-lengths and shred
ded; also finely chopped parsley,
mayonalse drofcsing, paprika, salt and
vinegar (or lemon juice). Into a salad
bowl put a layer of potatoes sliced
rather thinly, then a few slices of egg,
sprinkle over this some sh.-eddc-ci
onion, also a llttlo salt and a fow
drops of vinegar' or lemon juice, dot
with mayonalse and chopped parsley,
and sprlnklo over a little paprika. Re
peat this process until potatoes are
used, leservlng a few slices of egg to
bo placed on top. Just'beforo adding
the last layer, gnrnlSh bowl with let
tuce leaves. If available, a lew cri-y
celery leaves chopped finely nnd add
ed to each layer is an Improvement.
5. To work out a plan whereby tho
Territorial and County governments,
working jointly, shall bo able to con
struct tho Hana bridges needed nnd
complete tho bolt road system.
C. To insist that tho County of
Maul shall receive full value for overy
(Signed): J. H. RAYMOND.
I hereby announco myself as icndi
date for the office of Supervisor for
the County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on the Republican ticket at the
Primary Election to bo held on March
DAVID T. FLEMING.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
I announco my candidacy for the
nomination on the Republican ticket
for the office of County Attorney for
the County of Maul, at tho primary
election to be held March 13th, 191 C.
I pledge myf elf that- If so nominat
ed, and If elected to tho office of Coun
ty Attorney I will support tho plat
form of tho Republican Party, (hat 1
will use my utmost endeavors toward
the equitable, conscientious and im
partial enforcement of the laws of ihe
Territory of Hawaii and tho ordi
nances of the County of Maui, and
will give tho business of tho County
of Maul my first and best attention.
E. R. BEVINS.
I hereby announco myself ns mn
dldato for the offlco of Chairman ot
tho Board of Supervisors for tho
County of Maui, subject to nomina
tion on the Repuh'Ican ticket at the
coining Primary Election. I pledgo
my support to tho Republican plat
form, and, if elected, to dovoto Uhf
constant and best efforts to tho wel
fare of Maul.
CH.ORG E COPP
I hereby announco myself as can
dldato for tho ofllco of Supervisor for
tho County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on tho Republican ticket at tho
coming Primary Election. I pledf;o
my support to the Republican plat- L
form, and, if elected, to dovoto my
constant and best efforts to tho wel-
faro of Maui.
GEORGE. W. MAXWELL.