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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915.
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Those Who Travel
Ter str. Mauna Kca, March 17. L.
Weinzhclinor, Win. Lindsay, F. O
Poyer, J. II. Kunewa, A. H. WhitaUer,
Geo. Di-lanux, wif" and 3 cliMdreii, VV.
K. Wilcox, A. Drcdsrc, W. A. Miller.
Tor str. Claudine, March 13. Mrs.
Partridge, C. J. SchoeniiiK, Miss N.
Clifford, Miaa P. P.cnncU, Miss V.
Lawrence, Mies I. Lach, Miss E. My
ers, Miss E. Taylor, F. Lawson, Mrs.
H. M. Wells, Chuck Hoy, 11. L. Halncy,
C. II. Bredhoff, Ed. O'Mally, Miss Em
ma Solomon, Geo. K. Kunupau. Itev.
II. 13. Dortfic, M. A. Silva, Joseph Soos,
Hugo Zetierman, Harry Ostfnberg, J.
Per str. Kilauea, March 15. S. Mc
Namara, II. A. Peterson, J. W. Oleson,
L. Welnzheimer, Miss L. McNamara,
Miss J. Hurd, Mrs. V. I'. MeDougall,
C. M. Strotz and wife.
Per str. Claudine, March 13. A. V.
Peters, K. Miyntn, Mrs. K. Miyata, A.
Garcia, Father Maximin, Chas. E. Gill,
Kara You, W. A. Hamsey, F. IlaRen
bach, K. Awnya, A. F. Tavares, II. 15.
Penhallow, K. Muramem. J. C. Foss,
Jr., P. J. Goodness, R. J. K. Nawahine,
R. L. Halsey, Chuck Hoy and 17
Per str. Mauna Kea, March 12. D.
D. Murdock. S. W, Jennings and wife,
S. A. Baldwin, G. K. Tackabury, J. J.
Corell, A. II. Jones, Jas. Gibb. J. F.
Silva, G. R. Sou7.il, D. Pina and wife,
C. E. Barter, Lent Young.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Mails are duo from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Ventura, Mch 22;
Manoa, Mch. 23; Nippon Maru,
Yokohama Tcr Persia. Mch 23.
Australia Per Sonoma, Mch, 25.
Vancouver Per Makura, Mch 21.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per l'ersia, Mch 23;
Wilhelmina, Mch 24; Sonoma, Mch
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Mch 27.
Australia Per Ventura, Mch. 22.
Vancouver Per Niagara, Apr. 3.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
"She quit because the manager of
the show asked her to wear tights."
"You seldom see a chorus girl like
"Seldom Indeed. The incident gave
her so much free advertising that she
Is now drawing a fancy salary in
vaudeville for posing semi-nude as a
living picture model."
Irene Don't you think that travel
brings out all that is in one?
Ire Yes; especially ocean travel.
"Frofe&sor Grouch has at last solved
the problem of abolishing distress In
"What's his scheme?" ,
"To starve the poor off the face
of the earth."
"What do you think of my latest
series ol observations? askea one
"Wonderfully interesting," repliec1
the other. "If you had not been a
scientist you would have made a great
All things come to the man who
waits if he waits on himself while
The fellow who Is good at making
excuses isn t very valuable for any
thing else. Toledo Blade.
Man is of few days and full of con
A child's cuteness or impudence de
pends on whether it belongs to you or
to one or the neighbors.
The masculine Idea of an intellec
tual woman is one who is built like a
hairpin and wear spectacles.
Where a pretty girl is concerned it
doesn t take a egotist to make eyes
kiug. After that he will grumble like
But one doesn't need to be a botan
ist in order to recognize a blooming
MONTPELIER, Vt., March
WASHINGTON", March 13.
lest recently announced of discoveries looking to cheaper manufacture
ot gasoline and explosives.
WASHINGTON, March 13.
in Mexico Lity, tollowing two days
looting were rampant.
NEW YORK, March 13. Thaw trial over. Fate of defendant
in jury's hands.
WASHINGTON, March 13. Probable that German cruiser Prlnz
Eitel Frederich will intern. Damage to hull serious.
PRESTON CURG, Ky., March 13. 700 non-union coal miners
struck today in sympathy with Ohio strikers.
WASHINGTON, March 12. President will urge opposing fac
tions in Ohio coal strike to settle by arbitration.
McAdoo has been operated upon for appendicitis. No danger.
WASHINGTON, March 12. J. P. McManus, prominent Ameri
can resident of Mexico City, killed by Zapatatistas. Home looted.
Dispatch from Brazilian minister says he saw doors of McManus
home locked and sealed, and American flag hoisted before attack. Inti
mated killing was revenge for killing three Zapatatistas. General Sala
zar promises to punish. Contradictory reports as to who fired first.
Formal demand sent to Salazar that offenders must be punished and
reparation made to family.
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
kiued By the Territorial Marketing
Division, March 11, 1915. '
Small tffimaml for Inland fancy. !lcnwoocl
Kecoipts light. Demand good for tub butler.
Fancy Inland 4.i
Island tuV 3D
Island opgs plentiful.
Fresh Island, perdo7.cn 34 to .35
California fiuiich, per casn
Duck Kggs, doz 25
Demand good for fat young chickens
ducks ure si lling null.
Hroilers i! to 3 lbs . lb ,
Young roosters, per lb
Hens, good condition, per lb
37 I S to .40
3fi to .411
2S to J? I a
Turkeys, lb 35
Ducks, Muscovy, lb' a,j to .30
Ducks, Pekln, lb '.5 to .311
Ducks, Hawailuu, do.. . . 5 41)
Vegetables and l'roduee.
Deans, string, green, per lb 03
" " wax, lb 03 I 2 to .04
Heaus, lima In pod. lb 03 to .03 t
Maul Red, per cwt 4 00
Calico, per cwt ....3.IK)
Small Whites, per cwt 4.00
Dry Teas, per cwt 3.75
Ueets, per doz. bunches 30
Cabbage, bug 75
Carrots, per doz. bunches ....40
Corn, sweet, per 100 ears 2.U0 to 2.25
Corn, Iiawn. small yellow
Corn, large yollow
Peanuts, large, per lb U5
" small, 05 1-2
Onion, Hermuda, 11) 04 1-2 to 05
Onions, Portuguese, bunch 10
Oreen peppers, bell, 10 08 to .07
Green peppers, Chile, lb 05
Potatoes, Island, Irish 01 t-2 to .02
Kgg Plant, doi
Sweet potatoes, native varieties,
per cwt -Market overstocked AC to .85
Taro, wet land variety, per cwt 1.25
Taro, bunch T 15
Tomatoes, lb 02
Green Peas, lb 08 to .10
Cucumbers.doz 45 to 50
Hogs, up to 150 lbs, por lb 10 1-9 to . 11 1-4
Hogs, 150 lbs. andover, per lb 08 to .10
There is good domand for hides.
Steers, No. 1, lb 14 1-2
Stcors, No. 2, lb 13 1-2
Kips, lb 14 j.g
Sheep Skins, 10 ;o .20
Goat Skins, white 10 to .30
Alligator pears, doz 75 to 1.00
Uananas, Chinese bunch 35 to .00
Bananas, cooking, bunch 75 to 1.00
Droadfrutt, per doz SO to .40
Figs, 100 1.00
Grapes. Isabella, lb 10 to. 11
Oranges, Hawaiian, none
Limes, per 100 75 to 1.00
Pineupples. cwt. 90
Strawberries, scurco, lb 10 to . 12 1-2
Watermelons, each 60 to .80
Pohas, per lb 10
Popalus, per lb 01 3-4 to .0
Deof, lb u u .12
Veal, lb 12 to .13
Mutton, lb 11 to .12
l'orlf, lb 16 to .17
The following are quotations on feed f. o. b,
Corn, small yellow, too 4l.50tot2.00
Corn, large yellow, ton 41.00
Corn, cracked 41,50 to 42 00
Barley, per ton 36.50 to 37.00
Uran, por ton 36.50 to 37.00
Scratch food, ton 46 50 to 47.00
Oats, per ton 42.50 to 43.00
Wheat, ton, shorts 55.00 to 57.00
Mlddliugs. per ton 45.00 to 46.00
Hay, Wheat, per ton 23.00 to 28.00
Huy, alfalfa, ton 23 00 to 23.50
Alfalfa meal, ton 23 00 to 24.00
Trouble is a sprinter. If you don't
believe it, see how he overtakes tltope
who travel at the fastest dir.
You never miss the water until the
courts get hold of the stock and
squeeze it out.
It is sometimes hard to forgice one's
enemies even after having got the
best of them.
13. Local option defeated. State
Private plants secured to carry on
Zapata again takes charge of affairs
rioting, during which murder and
The Intelligent Newcomer.
We ore credibly Informed that Eng
lishmen are the greatest colonizers in
the world, the greatest sportsmen In
the world and the greatest outdoor peo
ple lu the world Sometimes, out In the
newer purls of Couuda, people are will
ing to argue that A western bishop
hired a new come Englishman to cook,
aa he was the only one In the party who
could not cook, and cautioned him to
be sure to wash the meat before cook
ing it He did with soap.
It was an Englishman not yet across
the water who wrote to find out about
the proper outfit for Ciittadn and who
inquired whether moccasins or snow
shoes were regarded ns the warmer for
It was an Englishman on the Atba-
Dasca river wuo uorea a noie in a noac-
lng scow to let the water out And yet
another Englishman, when asked to set
a watermark at night to determine
whether or not the river was rising,
carefully made a mark at the water
line on the side of a floating boat
On the whole, there seems to be a j
great difference between colonizers and
colonists. Saturday Evening Post
How Absinth la Made.
An old Moor to whom a trader tried
to explain the tyrannous nature of the
order forbidding the sale of absinth in
Morocco took a wholly unexpected at
titude. "Absinth," he said, "Is nn Invention
of the evil one. On Us roots he pours
the blood of a peacock; then when the
leaves begin to grow he sprinkles them
with the blood of a monkey; then be
dips the stalks In the blood of a bear;
lastly he mingles with the Juice of the
plant the blood of a pig.
"So that when the faithful drinks
absinth nt the first glass his appetite
awakes, aud he arises proud as n pea
cock; at the second glass he becomes
excited and gesticulates like a monkey;
at the third he becomes quarrelsome
nd spiteful, like a bear; nt the fourth
he becomes besotted and falls to the
earth and rolls like a hog in the mire.
'May Allah protect us. the order Is
right" New York Times.
Italy's Deep Blue Skies.
The sky of Italy is noted for Its
clearness. The blue Is deeper not be
cause the dust there is Oner than in
the northern countries, but because
ln the countries of the north, due to
the greater coolness of the air, the
vapor more readily condenses upon
the dust particles. The dust particles
thus become larger and consequently
not so effective in turning back the
blue rays alone, but others are also
reflected, and a grayish effect is pro
duced. In a single location the blue
of the sky may appear bluer at one
time than another. The sky Is often
times said to be very blue when some
white cumulus clouds are outlined
against it The sky is then a deep
blue by contrast with the brilliant
white. After a shower, when the
lower stratum of air is washed of its
coarse dust particles, a deeper and
purer blue is the result
The Polar Star.
As is well known to most readers,
the north star marks the point in tho
skies townrd which the axes (poles) of
the earth point But the poles have
another motion called "precession"
(much like the secondary motion of a
spinning top), by which the ever chang
ing poles describe a big circle in the
sky, reaching from the present north
star across to Vega. It requires over
25,000 years to complete thut circle,
and during that time numerous stars
will in turn inherit the title of north
star. Eleven thousand years hence the
Job will fall to Vega, and a most wor
thy holder of that most important posi
tion in the skies he will be. When
that time comes Polaris will be almost
forgotten. Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Its Only Guise.
New diseases or new cures are al
ways of luterest to the reading public.
Therefore an enthusiastic reporter be
lieved a story lay in waiting because
of a rumor that germs of a new dis
ease had been discovered. He located
the doctor responsible for the find and
"In what guise," he asked, "do these
The doctor smiled. "You needn't be
afraid," he sakl. "This Is to bo a
fashionable disease and will appear
only in the guys with money." New
Seven Ages of Man.
The seven ages of man in relation to
Young Manhood Experience
Early Middle Age Disillusionment
Later Middle Ays Tolerance
Old Age Dependence Again
New York Sun.
Plenty of Him.
"What sort of man is Jinks?"
"The Impression you pet of Jinks de
pends on the circumstances under
which you meet him. If you're there to
collect money you won't like him. But
if you're there to pay money he seems
a lovely churacter."
He They say, dear, that people who
live together get ln time, to look; ex
actly alike. She Then you may con
sider my refusal final. London Opin
Willie Pa, what la a henpecked hus
band? Pa A man whose nerve is in
bis wife's name, my son. Cincinnati
lie alone has energy who cannot be
deprived of It Lavater.
The Labeled Children of Old Canton.
The crowded water front of the old
Canton or a century ago, with Its
thronging sampans ulive from stem to
stern with swarming children, la
vividly pictured In the "Memoirs of
William Hiekey." In his account of
the Innumerable boats that covered
the river for mile after mile Mr.
Hlckey describes a novel method of
protecting the children of the floating
City from the dangers of the water.
Each child wore a large vegetable
something like a gourd or pumpkin
fastened to its back. The vegetable
was buoyant of course, and, if the In
fant fell overboard, floated It until the
child was picked up by Its parents or
the occupants of any other sampan
that happened to be near. This vege-
tnblo 1!fe nI.,,SQrver had the name and
stntlon of tne sllmpln t0 wnlcn lt bo.
Ionged cut ln Culni,se characters upon
It, and by that means the rescuers
could at once identify the child; other
wise in such a multitude of boats
great confusion would have arisen. It
scarcely ever happened that any one
In "Myths of the Hindus and Bud
dhists" Is given this account of the
origin of Hinduism: "Hinduism is. In
fact, an Immense synthesis, deriving Its
elements from a hundred different di
rections nud incorporating every con
ceivable motive of religion. The mo
tives of religion nre manifold. Earth
worship, sun worship, nature worship,
sky worship, honor pnid to heroes and
ancestors, mother worship, father wor
ship, prayers for the dead, the mystic
association of certain plants and ani
malsall these and more are Included
within Hinduism. And each marks
some single age of the past, with Its
characteristic conjunction or Invasion
of races formerly alien to one another.
They are nil welded together now to
form a great whole. But still by visits
to outlying shrines, by the study of the
literature of certain periods ond by
carefully following up of threads it is
possible to determine what were some
of the inlluences that have entered into
Guarded Himself Pretty Well.
Not many people guard their health
so carefully as did Sir Tatton Sykes,
who in winter wore five or 6ix conts
when out riding and shed some of them
as he became warmer. Trince Potla
kino, however, took even stronger pre
cautions against illness. If there was a
touch of cold ln the air he had fires
lighted in his grounds before venturing
to stroll in them. His waistcoats were
made in two separate pieces. Joined at
tho sides by buttons, so that ha could
take them off or put additional ones on
without removing his coat If caught
ln a shower he sheltered himself wlta
an umbrella nearly two feet wide,
which came down below bis waist and
was pierced with little windows. In
very hot weather the prince wore boots
coated with tin as a protection against
mad dogs and carried sponges soaked
with vinegar in his shirt front to ward
off unpleasant smells.
Too Quiet a Fire.
A fire at Cologne Is described with
true American spirit ln "Europe After
"It was ln a feed store near my
hotel, and I got there before the fire
men. When they came at last In
their tin pot hats, they got out half a
dozen big squirts and rushed into the
building with them. Then, when lt
was out they put tho squirts back into
their little express wagon aud drove
off. You never saw such child's play
not a line of hose run out, not an
engine pulling, not a gong heard, not
a soul letting out a whoop. It was
more like a Sunday school picnic than
a fire. I guesa if those people ever
did have a civilized blaze it would
scare them to death. But they never
have any. Well, what can you ex
pect? A country where all the char
women are men and all the garbage
men are women."
Senator Dawes, describing Lincoln's
appearance on the morning of his ar
rival in Washington, ten days before
his first inauguration, wrote: "I never
saw a man so unkempt. His hair was
disheveled and his clothes were the
ones ho had worn on the sleeper from
Springfield. Ho was long and angular.
It seemed as though his body was made
up of component parts of different
bodies as though his head were not in
the right place, ltouh and uncouth,
he was a typical backwoodsman. But
there was something incomprehensible
iu bis face, something unfathomable."
She Knew Tommy.
Mr. Flatte This paper says astron
omers assert that there la another sys
tem beyond Neptune, which Is the most
distant of all tho planets la our system.
Mrs. Flatte For gracious sakes, pa,
uot 60 loud. If our boy Toniinle hears
you talking about lt he'll want it
Father Now, look here, you girls
when you grow up one of you must be
able to speak French and the other
German. Brenda All right dad, and
Muriel had better learu German be
cause she can gargle best London
Yes, She Was In a Hurry.
Husband Why did that woman keep
you standing at the door for half an
hour? Garrulous Wife She said she
hadn't time to come In. London Stand
"Poverty, my dear, is no disgrace."
"I know that; but, on the other hand,
you know it's nothing to brag about
either." Detroit Free Presa
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suit3, Ladies' Skirts, Dresses,
Gloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed.
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Nenlly Done. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
Made up to a stand
ard not down to a
price. We make the
best gasoline that our
experience and re
sources enable us to
produce. The qual
ity of the gasoline
determines its price
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby given that as Ad
ministrator of the estate of F. C. WUt
lock, late of liana, Maul, deceased,
and under and by virtue of an order
granted by Hon. W. S. Edinss, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, licencing
him to sell certain real property Be
longing to said estate, I shall, on
Saturday, the 3rd day of April, 1B15,
at twelve o'clock noon, at the front
entrance to the Court House at Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., sell at public auc
tion the following described property:
(1) One piece or parcel of land In
Kaululoa in the District of liana,
Maui, described in It. P. 1!)0C and con
taining an area of 5.87 acres.
(2) One piece of land iu Ilaneoo
in the District of liana, Maui, describ
ed in It. P. 83-23 B and containing an
area of ten acres.
(3) One piece of lard in Kawaipa
pa in the District of Hana, Maui, de
scribed In deed of S. W. Kaao and
wife, said deed heinij dated March 23,
1903, and recorded in liber 270 on
pages 1S1-2, and containing an area
of one acre.
(1) One piece of land fn Pualala.
liana, described in deed from W. P.
Starkry, dated March 1, 1S9S, and re
corded in Liber 178 on pages 2S9 and
Ten per cent of purchase pi ice to
be paid on fall of the hammer. De."ls
al expense of purchaser.
Sale to bo made subject to confirm
ation by the Court.
For further particulars apply to
Hugh Howell, the administrator, or
Enos Vincent, attorney for the es
tate. lirCH HOWELL,
Administrator of the Estate of F. C.
Mar. 13, 20, 27, Apr. 3.
WAILUKU -:- I 'HONK -:-
Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc
Hanirss and Saddle llurses; 7-se;iter
Cadillac, Frank MedeiroM, Chuuiieur;
also J-Tuii I'.uiek Truck, for hire Day ami
Niu'ht. Special rates f:r large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
ALOHA LODGE NO. li KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
E. J. WALSH, C. C.
II. A, HANSEN. K. R. & S.
not the price its f .-rf
quality. Dealers tj
STANDARD f'J .
OIL COMPANY tlf
(California) - jf
Honolulu, T. n. JJ f
WHEN YOU WEAR
YOU ARE IN STYLE
Besides Regals, we sell shoes
made by Nettleton, Utz & Dunn,
Wichert & Gardiner, and (Chil
dren' Shoes) L. B. Evans Co.
These can be fitted by
means of "Footograph"
Chart, and sent to you
Parcel Post prepaid.
Regal Shoe Store 1
THE HOME OF THE
Steinway and Starr
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
THE CRATER HOUSE
THE VOLCANO IS VERY ACTIVE.
OUR AUTO MEETS ALL
BOATS AT HILO.
KATES: $3.50 per day.
$20.00 per week.
A. T. SHORT,
OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Fully Equipped with Machinery and
Tools.. Auto Accessories and
Gasoline, Oils, Penn Casings.
Good Mechanics at Your Service.
Don't fail to see the auto doctor when
you need good for vice.
Two Tioors below Maiuoni's Garage.
Your Patronage Solicited.
LODGE MAUI, No. 08 1, A.F.& A. M
Stated inecliiuis will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kaluiltii, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
lU'N WILLIAMS, R. V. M.
J AMl-S Cl'MMING,
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Stater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
NUNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
3 antes C. Toss, Jr.,