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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1915.
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S. B. Taylor, of Hnniakuaioko, af
a Honolulu visitor this week.
Dr. Osmers has recently compleied
a neat cottRge at Waihee bach.
C. T. Bailey, of the Hydrograp'.lc
bureau, wont to Honolulu last Satur
day. A. I. Sllva, of M. Molnerny, Ltd. i
making one of his regular visits to
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Mexican Is due In Kahulul for huuar
J. II. Waddell. the Honolulu dentist,
was in Maul last week, iclurninf
home last Saturday.
Mrs. J. I'. Cooko and son returned
to Honolulu Monday ctenlii after n
short visit in Makawao.
.1. N. t'ahlmij,. of Molokal, republi
can candidate for supervisor, mas in
town this week on business.
Miss Mary Hoffman, who lias boon
In the hospital for several week, was
able to leave the institution on Thurs
day. The Lahalun Store has increased Its
already IiIrIi efficiency by the addi
tion this week of a new Ford delivery
Senator II. D. Penhallow spent Sun
day at home, returning to his legisla
tive edutics at the capital on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Baldwin, of Ho
nolulu, expect to spend some time on
the mountain for the benefit of Mr.
Misr, Elizabeth Dutot, of Honolulu,
who has been visiting on Mauai, is
now the suest of Mrs. 11. U. Penhal
low at Watluku.
The Manoa arrived at Kahului from
San Francisco, via Honolulu on Thurs
day morning, and will get away for
Itobert E. Bond, president of the
Island Electric Company, returned
from Honolulu last Saturday, where
he had been'on business.
Mr .and Mrs. L. K. Smith arrived
thio ween from Honolulu to make
their home. They will occupy the
former Dowdle residence at Pala.
J. M. Westgate, director of the Ha
waii Exepriment Station, returned to
Honolulu on Monday after a several
days visit to the farming districts of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dexter, of Mil
waukee, who have been the guests, of
Mr. and Mrs. C D. Lufkin for some
lime, left for Honolulu last Saturday,
and will soon return to the Coast.
Dr. Dias of Hana spent a few days
last week in Honolulu, returning last
Saturday. While in Wailuku he was
a witness in the murder trial of the
two Filipinos irom the Hana district
The schooner Matthew Turner with
a cargo of lumber for the Kahului
Itailroad Company, arrived from the
Sound on Tuesday. The vessel had
some delay off port due to contrary
J. C. Foss, Jr., Is in Honolulu in
connection with his big contract for
the Hilo wharf shed and approaching
road way. Ho will probably return
today and expects to begin work on
the job within a few weeks.
F. E. Blake, general manager of the
Hawaiian Electric Company, H. V.
Marvin, chief engineer, and T. J. Mc
Grath, superintendent, of the same
company, returned to Honolulu by
Monday evening's Mauna Kea after
making an inspection of the plant of
the Island Electric Company.
DAMAGE SUIT MAY
The $25,000 damage suit of Robert
E. Bond against the Hawaiian Gazette
Company for libel Is likely to bo com
promised according to reports from an
apparently authentic source. Tne case
was tried in the Honolulu circuit court
some months ago and resulted In a
mistrial. It is on the calendar for
WILL PRESENT PARSIFAL.
Miss Evelyn MacDougall, of Houo
lulu, favorably known there in her in
terpretative roles as a dramatic read
er, will prpsent her conception of
"Parsifal" on Good Triday evening, at
the Wailuku Union Church. Miss
MacDougall requests that all Central
Maui unite in this service. Local mu
slclnns will also assist, and an offer
ing will be taken.
Malulanl Hospital, Wailuku, Is bad
ly congested at the present time, ac
cording to Dr. Osmers, and It has
been necessary to refuse admittance
to many of the less serious cases
which ordinarily should have hospital
treatment. One or -more additional
wards is very badly needed.
PAIA CHURCH ORGAN
Jack Borgstrom and his brother, G
H. Borgsrtom, of the Honolulu Music
Company, have been repairing tho
pipo organ of the Pala church (luring
the past week. The organ was badly
oaten by rats ami cockroaches.
The instrument will be wired in on
both sides and top in order to make
it rat proof. An electric blower will
be installed In place of the old style
hand pump. Mr. Borgstrom recently
finished repairs on the organ in the
Church of the Good Shepherd, Wailu
ku, which had beon damaged in a sim
OLD SKELETONS UNEARTHED
J. W. Manning, a homestoador at
Kuiaha, while excavating for a road
on his premises recently, uncovered
four akolotons, which had evldontly
neon buried for a great many years,
In oaoh instnnco the bodies had ovl
dontly been buried in a sitting post
' ure, with tho kneos drawn up close
.to the cheat.
Will Try (o Kill Sunday Measure in
Senate Special Tax for Tuber
culosis Work Maui Members Get
Action On Various Bills.
AliliouKh tln-rc has been an appar-
nt apathv in Honolulu over the bill
In th House to make It legal to give
moving nlctures of "scenic, education
al and biblical" character or. Sunday,
it has remained for Maui church peo
ple to get the dust out of their eyes
this week In an c-ffort to prevent tne
final passage ot the nu-Htmro. To this
end a petition has been circulated by
the Rev. K. I). I lodge, by whleli it is
hoped to block the bill In the Senate.
The hill was advertised by the
House committee on health and po
lice for a public hearing on two occa
sions, but noliody apparently had in
terest enough in it to appear to i Illu
oppose or aclvocaie Its passage, so the
House passed it Inst Saturday In a
vote of 20 to 9. Of (he Maul delegation
Xawahlne and Tavnres opposed it,
while Crockett, Garcia, 'and Goodness
voted for it
Poll Tax For Tuberculosis Work.
A special tax of one dollai a yppr
on all taxpayers of Hawaii for a fund
to combat tuberculosis is recommend
ed to the legislature by Gov. Plnkh&in
In a special message to that body. The
governor points out that the territory
at present has not the means to
handle the tuberculosis campaign and
that by a special tax $C0,000 could In
raised, which is the amount the board
of health deems necessary for the
purpose. There will probably be con
siderable debate over this proposal.
Some of the Japanese papers are al-
eady agitating against it, as tin y 'ire
on the similar proposition to raise
more of the school fund through in
crease of the personal tax.
The following measuics have been
signed by the Governor and are now
Act 9 (II. B. I Waiaholo), desig
nating that the daily pay of laborers
on terrltoiial woik shall not be less
than a dollar and a half.
Act 10 (H. B. 7 Fassoth), relating
to the rights of judgment creditors.
Act 11 (II. B. 81 Crawford), lcoiiir-
ing fiduciary companies to divulqe, at
the request of heirs and representa
tives of deceased persons, the nature
of tho properties in their keeping or
Act 12 (II. B. hZ Cooke), to relm
burse H. Klshl for meals supplied im
migrants on the steamer Willosdcn.
while that vessel waB quarantined, De-
ember, 19 U, and January, 1912, In
Act 13 (H. B. 10S Williamson), re
pealing the law which required all or
dinances of the Honolulu to be re
corded in a special book.
Act 11 (H. B. 70), regulating t'le
operation of airciaft in the Territory
Act 15 (H. B. 73), appropriating
$10,000 for maintenance of a store at
Act 1G. To entitle the defendant to
have his traveling expenses taxed as
costs whenever any cause or proceed
ing other than criminal, probate and
livorce is discontinued, dismissed or
nonsuited II. B. 11. (Aiu).
Act 17. To repeal Section -1119 of
the revised laws of Hawaii oi 1915. re
lating to trespassing on railroad
rights of way. H. B. 54. (W. II. Craw
Act 18. To amend Section 2011 of
the Itevised Laws of Hawaii in 1915,
relating to '.Icense to slaughter swine
and sell pork. II. B. 51. (Sllva).
Act 19. To amend Section 4191 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915.
relating to labor on Sunday. H.B. 71.
Act 20. To amend Section 137 of
the Ilcvised Laws of Hawaii of 1915,
relating to holidays. II. B. 79. (Ma
kekau). Act 21. To const! uct a homestead
toad through the Waiohuli-ICeol-.ea
beach lots, Klhcl, District of Maka
wao, Maui, by making an appropria
tion Dy way of advancement out of tho
general revenues of the Territory of
Hawaii, the same to bo reimbursed out
of the proceeds of the sales of lols in
said tiact II. B. 132. (Goodness)
Act 22. To construct a homestead
load through the Kuiaha Tract, Dis
trict ot Makawao, Maui, by makmg ui
appropriation by way or advancement
out or the general revenues of the
Territory of Hawaii, the same to be
reimbursed out of the proceeds of the
sales of lots in said tract. II. It.
Senate Passes Mongoose Bill,
Coke's measure. S. B 38. setting
aside $5000 to pay a bounty of 10
cents a head for all mongoose killed
in tho islands, lias passed third read
ing In the senate. Wirtz, Desha. Pen-
hallow and Baldwin opposed it.
Police Must Pay Taxes.
Goodness' bill exempting nollce of
ficers from the payment of personal
i axes lived but a few days. On locom-
mendation of the finance committee
the bill was tabled Saturday. "We see
no reason why police officers should
bo exempt from personal taxes any
moro than any other terrltoiial or
county employees di awing salaries,"
said the committee's report.
New Hotel License Bill.
The annual license feo for hotels
and boarding houses would be fifty
dollars in Honolulu, IIllo nnd Wailuku,
and twenty-five dollars In all other
places, and the restaurant annual li
censes for the three cities named
would be forty dollars and for all
other places twenty-five dollars, were
H. B. 206, introduced in the house
Friday by Crockott, to bocome law in
us prosont form.
Halawa Wharf Asked For.
Tavaros wants $600 for the con
struction of a warehouse adjacent to
the government vharf at Halawa, Mo
lokal. He offered a resolution, refer
red to the finance committee, asking
that the amount might be Included In
the general appropriation bill.
Would Limit County Attorneys,
County attorneys will not bo permit
ted to engage In private law practise
and appear In court In private civil
suits, if Robinson's measure, S. B.
61, becomes law. Violation of tho
statute's provision would bo a misde
meanor, punishable by a fine of $100
Auditing Bill Tabled. .
Representative Tavnres, acting as
chairman of the house of roprcsenta-
Itves accounts committee, introduced
a bill In the legislature to ctcatoan
auditing commission to appraise all
property owned by the territory and
lis political subdlMrions and to audit
and account all tcirltorlal and. city
and county books. But the bill' was.
House Favor Kahakuloa Bill.
Crockett's bill appropriating $500 to
construct a dam and repair the em
bankments of tho stream in Kahaku
loa valley, has passed third reading in
the house. It now remains to be seen
how It will be treated by the Senate
and by the Governor.
More Power For License Commission.
Representative Orockett's bill graft
ing to the board:! of license comrels
sioners the rights to subpoena wit
nesses and to examine them under
oath, has passed thiid rending In the
Tavarcs' Barber Bill Passes House.
The samo action was taken last Sat
urday with Tavarcs' bill to permit
barber shops to be open until nine
o'clock on Sundays, except in Hono
lulu and IIllo.
Why Kihel Wharf Isn't Used.
Representative Tavarcs would learn
why tho Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company will not allow its coast
steamers to touch at the vhnrt at Ki
hel, Maul. To learn all this ho intro-
luced in the houso the following reso
lution, which waF adopted:
'Whereas, by act 170 of the Session
Laws of 1913, the sum of fifteen thou
sand ($15,000) dollars was appropriat
ed to build a wharf at Kihei, and
whereas the said wharf has been com
pleted for months, and whereas not
withstanding the completion of said
wharf the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company refuses to take or land
passengers nnd freight at said Kihei
whr.rf, now therefore
"Be it resolved, by the house of rep
resentative?, session of 1915, that the
committee of public lands and intern
al improvements be requested to meet
the ollcers of the said Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company and as
certain from them tho cause or rea
son for their icfusal to use tho said
wharf for tho benefit of the public
as Intended by said act of the Session
Laws of 1913."
James L. McLean, vice-president of
the Inter-Island company, has stated
that he would be glad to tell the house
why the company's steamers do not
call at Kihei, but refused to give the
reason in advance of tho expected
hearing by tho committee.
High License For Peddlers.
Reptesentative Goodness has Intro
duced a bill in tho House to license
merchandise peddlers at $50 annually.
By another bill Goodness would also
prohibit the carrying of freight or
passengers for a feo in unlicensed ve
hicles. For Repairing Molokal Road.
Waiaholo hns lutioduced a bill in
tho Houso to appropriate $7000 for re
pairing tho Pali road on Molokal.
Pension Asked for W. C. Crook,
A special pension bill has been In
troduced in the House by Tavares by
which $30 per month would be paid to
William Cross Crook, retired as a
school teacher after 32 years service.
House Passes Homestead Road Bills.
House bills 132 anil 122 both passed
thud reading in the House last Sat
urday. Tho first of these provides for
J.G000 for a road through the Walohull
Kcokea beach lots in Kihei, and the
other provides- $10,000 for roads in
tho Kuiaha homesteads.
Garcia Would Stop Official Joy Riding.
Garcia Is father of a bill in tho
House which would prohibit officers
of territory of county using automo
biles or other vehicles owned by the
government, for private business or
Small Farmers Being Heard.
Several hours were spent bv tin
House committee on agriculture, last
Tuesday evening, in hearing tho testi
mony ot small cane p antors from Ha
wall who wish legislation to provide
a government owned sugar mill, or to
mane moro satisfactory conditions for
them in their dealings with the cor
porations. Tho hearings were to havo
continued last night. Attorney Hairv
Irwin, or IIllo, is conducting the exam
Inntions. Among those who havo np
pered before tho board are: A. M,
Cabrinha, A. MacAulton, John K
Gamallelson and W. II. Barrluger.
Help For Lahalnaluna Asked.
Senator Penhallow nut In a bill ibis
week for $5000, emorgoncy. for the
L,anainniuna industrial school, S. II.
Would Have Settlement Elect Sheriff.
Goodness Introduced a bill In the
Houso this week which, If it passes,
win permit tno citizens of Molokal
settlement to olect their own sheriff
New Income Tax Measure.
benator Rice Introduced on Wed
nesday S. B. 71, amonding section 1305
Revised Laws, 1915, relating to the
incomo tax and increased the rst
from two to three per cent, at tho
samo timo raising tho exemption
from $1500 to $2000. It is designed
to simplify the system, bringing all
uuugauons into one.
The smoker of the Maui Elks at
tho Maul Hotel last Saturday evening
was a very pieauant affa r. bo nir nt
tended by about twenty members of
ine autierod herd. A number of visit
ors wore present.
High School Students In
Interesting Closing lixcrciscs I'lamicd
for Next Thursday Japanese Tea
a Big Success Handsome Pictures
Secured for School.
HAMAKUAPOKO, March 26. Tho
Maul High School closes Its present
term Thursday, April 1. In Hie ntler
noon members ot the Freshman cIpbb
will give the trial scene from The
Merchant of Venice. The cast Is as
Duke 4 Walter Murdoch
Shylock Sanford Walker
Portia Irene Wells
Nerissa Ellzahctli Lindsay
Antonio Ruth Parker
Bassanio Lois Murdoch
Gratlano David KellihaWr-lu
After the exercises there will be a
basket ball game between the High
School and the Grammar School. The
game will start at 2.15.
Japanese Tea and Muslcale.
Last Saturday tho students of the
Maul High School gave a Japanese lea
and muslcale in the High School build
ing, Hainakuapoko. The affair way a
marked social event nnd wns much
njoyed by all.
The two adjoining rooms on .ho
second lloor wero most tastefully dec
orated. Many novel devices to lend
Japanese charm were In evidence. A
quaint bamboo tea-house .was much
admired, while the many brilliant
cherry blooms gave the requlied touch
of color to tho scene.
A program of unusual merit was
rendered by the High School pupils.
Phe special features being a Japanese
costume song and dance by twelve
young ladles and gentlemen, a Jap
anese song of tho -seasons, by two of
the freshmen students; Lugene
Field's beautiful lullaby admirably
sung and played by the High School
While the program was in progress
the guests were served with tea and
Mrs. W. S. Beeman, Miss Kathleen
Kerr and Miss Mary Couch, the teii'-h
ers under whose auspices the tea was
Iven are to be congratulated on the
success of the affair.
Pictures For School.
Tho Maui High School last week
received thirteen pictures from the
stor Art Company, of New York.
These plctuies were given by the pub
lisher as a premium for obtaining
subscriptions to the American Maga
zine 'ind Woman's Home Companion.
The pupils sent In about thirty-five
subscriptions las' fall and now fee1
more than repaid for their efforts.
Tho subjects which are especially
adapted for schools, and as will be
seen from the following titles are
copies of famous paintings:
Castle St. Angelo, Aurora. Horse
Fair. Cathedral at Milan, Stratford on
Avon, Vatican Gardens, Rome, im
perial Courier, St. Peter's at Rome,
Hope, The Harvest Moon, Ring, Ring
For Liberty, The Birth of the Flag,
Signing the Declaration of Indepen
They all have attractive mission
rrames and the first ten named aro IS
inches by 30 inches and finished in the
brown sepia effect while the last
three are 32 inches by 3G inches and
are artistically colored. They all add
decidedly to the attractiveness of the
J. J. Corell, of Hamakuanoko. re
turned Monday from Honolulu, where
ho had been with Mrs. Corell who has
recently boon operated on in the
Queen's hospital. Mrs. Corell waited
for tho Manoa, which arrived Thurs
day. She has entirely recovered from
the effects of tho operation.
Miss Mabel Taylor, of Hamakuapo
ko, returned last week from Honolulu,
where she had been for-a number of
lays. bile in Honolulu sV under
went a minor operation, but is now
Mls:i Estello Roe. teacher of the
primary grade In the Mnui High
School, is planning to go to Honolulu
on March 30, and expects to have a
slight operation performed while sine
Haikns Now Out of
Race For Junior Trophy
Standing of Teams.
Chlno-30 . .
The men irom the pineapplo factory
again forfeited their gnmo last Sun
day to tho Chimin lv fntlinrr tn nn
poar on the diamond and only one
gamo was pulled off at 3:00 P. M.
The contest was between the Cubs
and Wnlkapus and the former came
out with tho long end In their pock
ets; score yz to G.
Kechu handled tho ball well for the
Cubs while Do Mollo and Cocktlt did
tho pitching for tho Waikanus.
Tho Cuba are now leading by a good
margin but It will bo seen that thov
anu tne Chinese Havo played seven
games anu tno walknpus six. Both
the Cub aud Chineso havo yet two
mote games to play, while the Wal
kapus have three. The Haikus are
now out of the race for tho first so
lies. Both tho Chineso and Wnlkapus
yet nave a chanco for tho champion
snip oi tue tirst series.
The oxcltlng battlo tomorrow will
be between tho Chinese aud Cubs at
3: 1)0 P. M.
INSPECTOR RAYMOND ILL.
Geo. S. Raymond, Inspector goneral
of schools, who arrived at Lahalna.
last Saturday, expecting to make a
general inspection of Maul schools
wns takon III on tho way from Hono
lulu and compelled to roturn homo by
wonuay ovoning's Mauna Koa.
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