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. Paul Lada spent several ilnys this
Week In Honolulu on business.
L, 51. nalthvln, county treasurer,
was a visitor to liana this wcolc.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. .loncs. or Puu
none, went to Honolulu last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Cooler,
have returned to Honolulu after a visit
on this island and on Molokal.
The Clnudtne on Wednesday took
about 25 head of cattle from the Drum
mond ranch at Hana, to Honolulu.
Hugh Howell, county engineer, spunt
a few days this week looking into
road matters in the Hana district.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rico returned
homo on Tuesday from Honolulu
whore they spent somo ten days with
Judge Guy S. Goodness and Mrs.
Goodness roturncil from Honolulu this
week after a pleasant visit w'th
Win. Mountcastle, of the Kahului
Railroad, who has been ill for somo
time, is able to be about, and is slow
J. H. Kunewa, tax assessor, paid an
official visit to Hana this week. He
reports collections in that district up
to the normal.
Mrs. M. R. Perolra, who was obliged
to undergo a slight operation, was ablo
ot return home on Wednesday even
ing after several days in the hospital.
County Sheriff Clem Crowell has
been confined to Ins homo for tho past
week suffering from an abscess in his
jaw. Ho is much Improved at pres
ent. J. W .Olesen, secretary of the Haiku
Fruit & Packing Company, will prob
ably leave soon for the Coast, where
he will be connected with the San
Francisco agency of tho Hawaiian
Mrs. Laura Hillmer, matron of La
halnaluna school, will have charge of
tho Walluku library and reading room
from July 15 to September 1, as a
substitute for Mrs. Gossin, who will
take a vacation during that time.
Superintendent of Public Schools H.
W. Kinney spent Saturday, Sundav
and Monday on Maul looking into
school matters. Ho returned to Hono
lulu Monday evening after making the
round of the West Maul to Lahaina,
by way of Kahakuloa.
D. L. Meyer and daughter, Miss Mil
lie, of Walluku, will sail from Hono
lulu by the Matsonia next Wednesday
for an extended visit. They wili prob
ably tour various parts of California,
as well as visit relatives in tho south
ern part of tho state.
Miss Mabel Wilcox, who finished her
course in Punahou last week with
high honors, returned homo on i-d-nesday.
She will go to the Coast In
the fall to enter Mills Seminary, to
which institution she won a scholar
ship through tho excellence of her
record in Punahou.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth and
fS,rDa,vld :lnd AIrrcd- and daughter
Winifred, sailed from Honolulu by ho
Manoa on Tuesday for the Coast. Tliov
will visit the exposition and later Mr
Wadsworth's old home in Maine.
David Wadsworth, who was graduated
from Punahou last week, will enter an
Rev. George E. Lake, who arrived in
-Maul last week direct from New Eng
land, to take charge of tho Hana
church and tho mission work in that
district, left. Walluku on Tuesday for
his new post In company with Rev.
it Dot,5- Mrs. Lake will , email; in
Walluku for several weeks, a gu.'st
at the Podge home.
Still Keep In Lead
PuuneneWill Have to Hurry. Dropped
Two More Games at Gym. Monday
The Wailuku pin smashers again
turned the trick on their Puunene op
ponents in the match at the Gym. last
Monday night, by taking two out of
the thrco games rolled. This puts
them three games to tho good, and
will mako tho sugar men do some tall
hustling if they are to get off with
tho long end of tho series. They still
have a chance, but It will not bo easy
to overhaul the town boys.
Some good individual scores wero
made in the Monday games, McLaren
of being tho high score and high aver
Following is tho official scoro of tho
Wm. Hansen 178 134 14245-1
B. Kaumeheiwa ...172 155 lift 507
F. Lufkln 158 1G8 152478
W. Chillingworth ..185 159 105509
L. 13. Kaumeheiwa. 157 197 139493
Totals 850 813 778-2441
Puunene Athletic Club:
M. G. Paschoal ...11C 132 151399
C. Hansen 11C 157 133 10G
J. H. Nelson 129 1G6 148413
W. Scholtz 184 139 154 177
A. McLaren 140 233 1G9 542
Totals GS5 827 755-22G7
Standing of Teams.
P W L Tie Pet.
Wailuku Gym.... 24 13 10 1 .050
Tuuneno A. C 24 10 13 1 .350
NEW MANAGER FOR MAUI
WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Richard T. Prince, who camo hero
recently to take tho management of
the Maul Wine & Liquor Company,
has resigned his position on account
of ill health, and left for Honolulu last
Saturday. Ho has been succeeded by
A. J. de Souza, who came to Maul re
cently and has been connected with
tho Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company,
Sacred Heart School
Large Cast of Yonng Performers Give
Delightful Performance at Closing
of the Lahaina Institution.
Among tho yearly events on Maul,
the closing exercises of tho Sacred
Heart School ,at Lahaina, is always
looked forward to with the greatest
Interest and anticipation by tho largo
circle of friends of tho school. This
year's entertainment took place last
Wednesday evening, and was fully up
to the expected standard. The attend
ance was largo and the program was
a most humorous and enjoyable one.
A number of little plays wero given,
nml tlir vnunc nnrformers. almost
without exception, handled their parts
in exceedingly creuuanio manner.
The program was as follows:
1. Opening Address. Margaret Ah Git
2. Welcome Friends Opening Chc
rus S. H. S.
3. Swinging Song Chorus
5. School Slates Action Song
G. Like an Indian Dialogue
7. My Mother's Old Red Shawl
8. Last Day of School Dialogue
9. Manila March Piano. Lucy Palea
10. Doctor Cure-All Dialogue
11. Slightly Mash Piano Duct
. .Emilia Ah Fook and Julia Kahele
12. Wood Fairies Drill.. Twelve Girls
13. Tarcislus Sacred Drama in two
14. German Patrol Piano Duet....
..Emilia Ah Fook and Julia Kahele
15. Bruised and Cured Dialogue
1G. Panama Canal Piano. Lucy Palea
17. Deaf as a Post Dialogue
18. Wand Drill Eight Girls
19. The Minstrels.
Star Spangled Banner and Hawaii
Tho following children took part in
the cast of characters of tho various
dialogues and minstrels:
Sato Teraoka, Willlo Soarcs, Ltd
Akana, Sam Koanui, Mary Akana,
Tommy Hussey, Enos Freitas, Mar-
vcleo Buchanan, Nam Martinson, Ben-
nlo Rlckard, Mary Kahilina, Rosalia
Akann, Lizzie Alapai, Emilia Ah Fook,
Rose Kealo, Frank Santos, Lul Ah
Fook, Sonny McCubbln. Ah Fong Ah
You, Lul Vierra, David Akana, Abel
Santos, Sam Malkai, Chris Koanui,
Ernest Ah Sam, Ah Chin Goo Lin. Bea
trice Peter, Carrie Rlckard, Lucy Pa
lea, Lucy Alaklkl, Elizabeth Paona,
Sarah Rlckard, Helen Paona, Emma
Akana, Irene Janeiro, Annio Enos.
Clara Kalel, Ah Chin Goo Lip, Andrew
CHIHF HAILSTORM, FAMOUS CHEROKEE INDIAN.
Of Four Filipinos
Murder Japanese Farmer, Crush Skull
of Wife, Wound Three Sons and
Set Fire to House All Captured
and Two Confess.
One of the most shocking crimes in
tho recent history of Kauai took place
in Kallhlwai valley Wednesday even
ing of last week, as a result of which
Wada, a well-known and prosperous
Japanese farmer is dead, his wife is
at death's door in the hospital, three
boys are wounded and four Filipinos
aro In jail, two of whom havo con
fessed to their respoctivo parts in the
Tho Filipinos, whose names aro:
Juan Conoel, Panalano Colastc, Felo-
clano Hlrona, and Florentlno Allcio,
entered the houso of tho Japanese.
Wednesday evening of last week, shot
down In cold blood the father, who
was lying upon a couch. They then
demanded money and not satisfied
with a small sura given them, shot the
eldest boy through the neck, and an
other boy through the side. They
then crushed the skull of tho mother
of the family with an iron bar. The
youngest boy was knocked uncons
cious and the houso set on fire.
The eldest boy, who was wounded
and feigning death, succeeded in car
rying all of tho members of tho fam
ily outside of the house which quickly
burned to tho ground. Tho police lo
cated the Filipinos a fow hours later,
and they were identified by tho sur
Wood As Secretary
Move Not Unanimous A. P. Taylor
Nominated for Job Rumor That
Wood May Insist on Terms of His
Basket Ball Game
And Dance at Gym.
For several years there has been a
da'neo given at tho Alexandor House
Gymnasium on tho evening beforo the
July Fourth races. This danco has
been ono of the very popular affairs
of tho year. On July 2nd this year,
next week Friday, tho danco will bo
given at tho Gyninartum. Beforo th-
danco tho basket ball girls' team of
tho Gym will play tho Hamakuapoko
High School girls' team. Admission
for all adults will be fifty cents for
each person. This will admit to hot1,
tho game, at eight o'clock and the
dance which will follow. Children "n
dor fifteen years of age will bo admit
ted at twonty-flvo cents. This notice
is tho official notice from tho Gym
CARD OF THANKS.
II. P. Wood, for tho past ten years
secretary of tho Hawaii Promotion
Committee, was voted out of his post
tion, at a meeting held last Tuesday
in Honolulu Tho motion was made
by L. A. Thurston and was supported
by Thurston, Ben Holllngcr, and H.
Gooding Field. Chairman E. A. Berndt
and Ed Towce, of the committee, voted
against tho motion. Mr. Thurston then
moved that A. P. Taylor, the present
acting secretary, be elected tecretary
at a salary of $250 per month. This
matter was however deferred until
July In order that tho four additional
members to bo appointed from the
several Islands by Governor Plnkham,
may have a voice in tho selection.
Whether or not Wood will oppose
tho action of tho board remains to be
seen. Somo months ago ho offered
to resign in tho interests of harmony,
but at that tlmo tho committee re
fused to accept tho resignation, and
so advised him. Later an attack upon
Wood s personal Integrity In the mat
ter of handling the funds of tho com
mittee was begun, and it is understood
that Mr. Wood thereupon announced
that he would not resign. As ho holds
a contract for thrco years with tho
promotion committeo thero may be
rocks nhead for the body, in case ho
puts up a fight. Tho committee at
its Tuesday meeting, after voting to
deposo Wood as secretary, appointed
him San Francisco agent until Do
cenibcr, at $250 per month salary.
MASONS WILL ATTEND CHURCH
Mrs. Alcxandrlna Martins and sons
desire to oxpress their sincere tharks
for tho many expressions of sympathy
anil many floral tokens extended them
by their friends in their recent be
Lodgo Maui No. 981 will attend ser
vices in a body at Walluku Union
Church tomorrow morning. The ser
mon will be preached by tho Rev. F.
N. Cockroft, prelato of Redding (Cal.)
Commandery. Rov. R. B. Dodge, chap
lain of tho local lodgo and Rev. J. C.
Villiers will assist at tho services.
Mary Ann Yamamoto was granted a
divorco this wp'-l; oy Juditu Edlngi
from Yamamoto, her husbpnd, on
grounds of non-support.
Lucy Ah Chan was also released
from her matrimonial bonds to Ah
Chan, for tho same cause non-sup
R. E. Bond, president of the Island
tilectric Company, returned to Hono
lulu on Monday after a few days bus!
ness trip to Maui.
Valley Isle Theatre Tonight
Special Request MATINEE
MARY PICKFORD IN
IN FOUR ACTS. 2:00 P. M. SHARP.
AUiUtbSlUlN, O CIS., UI1U 1U 1.10. v i-,, , V.U-,,
Honolulu School for Boys Inc.
80 RESIDENT CADETS.
CAMPUS 25 ACRES.
In order to insure admission in September applications
should be made as early as possible.
For prospectus and all particulars apply
h. G. BEACKMAN, Principal,
P. O. Box 502, Honolulu.
The Standard Oil
for Motor Cars
Keeps the motor cool
nd the repair tillj low
EONDON, June 22. The officer commanding the submarine which
sank the Eusitania is shielded to extent that he will not get the coveted
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