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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915.
YOU HAVE INSURANCE TO
LOSS. I1UT YOU CAN'T HAVE
OFTEN TIMES THEY ARE WORTH
CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.-
A SAFETY DEPOSIT DOX AT
FECT SAFETY TO YOUR VALUABLE
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC., AND
DY AN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
AND THE COST IS MUCH LESS
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL, : : s $35,000.00
SURPLUS, : : : $50,000.00
C. H. Cook, President
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GASOLIXU AXD DISTILLATE IX DRUMS
OUll NEW SERVICE
WE HAVE ARRANGED A SCHEDULE OF
BUSINESS HOURS THAT WILL ENABLE
US TO BETTER SERVE THE PUBLIC AT
THE SAME TIME GIVING OUR EMPLOY
EES MORE TIME FOR OUT-OF-DOOR EN
JOYMENT. THE STORE WILL BE OPEN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
G:30 o. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Simchiy, 8 o. m. to 12 m.; 5 p. m. to 8:30
MAUI PATRONS ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LEAVE THEIR PACKAGES AND USE THE
BENSON, SMITH Zr CO., Ltd.
THE REXAL 8TORE
Fort and Hotel
Quiet action and
Superior to all other makes.
We carry Plumbers'
Supplies of all Kinds
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
ICE CREAM PARLOR ON MARKET
COLD LUNCH SERVED AT ALL
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
COATS, SHIRTS AND ALL KINDS
OF UNDERWEAR MADE TO ORDER
THE BEST TAILORING
FOR GENTS' SUITS.
Clothes Cleaning and Repairing.
P. O. Box 181. Kahulul, Maul, T. H.
Watches and Clocks of all descriptions
Repaired and Cleaned.
Give U a Trial.
MARKET STREET, WAILUKU.
COVER AT LEAST A PART OF YOUR
VALUABLE PAPERS INSURED AND
MORE TO YOU THAN ALL OF THF
THIS BANK WILL INSURE PER
PAPERS INSURANCE POLICIES,
YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
THAN THE WORRY HAS BEEN
C. D. Lufkln, Cithler
. Coolest rooms of any place In
tdwn.. Not a bug in the build
ing.. All rooms vacuum cleaned.
Newly built, so sanitary In ev
ery feature. Daily rates from
$1 per person up. Weekly and
monthly rates on application.
Any public conveyance will take
you from any wharf to the Hotel
J. F. CHILD, Mgr.
Fort Street, half-way between
Hotel and Beretanla streets.
SUITS MADE" TO ORDER.
MARKET STREET, WAILUKU.
Pioneer 4000 Tons
. Ahead of Estimate
Another record crop for a
Maul plantation was finished
last week when the Pioneer Mill
Company ended its season on
Friday, June 25, with an output
of 33,229 tons of sugar. This is
not only by far the largest crop
ever made by the plantation, but
It was harvested In record time,
being taken off In practically the
same time as other much small
er crops. The present year's out
put is 4000 tons ahead of the
estimate, and about the same
amount in excess of the 1911
crop, previously the bumper
crop of the plantation.
Bill Hansen Hurt
Byjall at Mill
William R. Hanson, machinist at (he
Wailuku Sugar Company's mill, was
perhaps seriously injured yesterday
morning when he fell from a ladder a
distance of about twenty feet to the
door of the shop. He was engaged in
adjusting a belt on an overhead pulley
nt the time of the accident. In falling
hf? struck upon his head, and when
picked up was unconscious. Up to a
late hour yesterday afternoon he had
not regained consciousness nut it is
hoped that his injury will not. provo
as serious as at first, feared. The
young man is the son of G. A. Hansen
steam plow engineer of the Wailuku
A Big Success
The water carnival and dance given
by the Putmene Athletic Club, at the
club grounds in I'uunene last Satur
day night, was a delightfully suecess-
ful affair. Two hundred or more guests
attended and witnessed some splendid
exhibitions of swimming and (living.
Following the water sports, the young
people enjoyed several hours of danc
ing in the Club House.
DANCE FOR DEPARTING FRIENDS.
Mr and Mrs. W. Leslie West enter
tained very pleasantly on Tuesday
evening of this week with a dance at
their home, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Warner, who leave Wailuku
WARNERS HONOR GUESTS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Warner, who
leave Wailuku In a few days after a
six years residence, were the guests of
honor at a very delightful dinner given
on Monday evening by Judge and Mrs.
Those Who Travel
Per stmr. Claudine, Juno 26. Miss
Church, Geo. Humphrey, V. B Mur
doch, Miss L. Hussty, E. H. Brown,
Miss May Bilamal, Joseph Bilsmal,
Joe Meinecke, Miss Mary Cook N ii
E. Meinecke, Mrs. W. L. Rarnm, Miss
D. Guild. Miss M. Guild, Miss E. Web-
ter. I'lore re Aoana, A. A ana.
Per str. Claudine, June 29. J. M.
Dowsett, Miss Maria Estrella, H. W.
Mist, D. T. Arcla. C. E. Ilutehins, H.
Hutchins, Joe Akana, M. Correa, E. H.
Brown, John Warmser, Mrs. L. S.
Claybourne, Miss E. Claybourne, Miss
V. Claybourne, D.Crozier, C. C. Clarke,
James Rowland, C. E. Crawley, Father
Maxlmin, Bro. Martin, Miss E. Web
ster, Mrs. Aiona, Lily Aiona.. Y. C.
Aiona, J. W. Mouning, Miss M. Moun
ing, Miss R. Tybolt, Miss B. Tybolt, Y.
L. Aiona, Miss Aiona, Mrs. Herman
Scholtz and infant, Thomas Hollinger,
Jr., Jack Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Per str. Mauna Kca, June 30. Mrs.
C. C. Clarke, Master CI irke. Miss D.
Leslie, Miss Andrade, S. t:erling. Mrs.
Geo. Weight, Leslie Wright. W. S.
Chillingworth. A. Tavaros, Mrs. R.
Gay, Mrs. Vaton, Mrs. Geo. N.
Weight, Rev. J. W. Wadman and wife,
M. T. Lyons, L. Fitzgerald and wife,
Miss H. Lucas, R. K. Bonlne, Mrs.
Geo. B. Schrader and children, Miss
Per str. Mauna Kea. June 2S. W. IT,
Zimmerman, Mrs. A. C. Hill, E. Tirown,
Dr. Hayes, Miss Patton, K. Alexander,
C. F. Twine and wife. Master Twine,
Miss Twine, Miss E. Soper. MIes El
liott, Miss R. Copp, II. W. English,
N. Kishida, F. Nunes.
Per str. Claudine, June 26. Joe Kra
mer, S. Matsuthita,, Miss Moniz, Mas
ter Moniz, Mrs. M. Simpson. Ah Nam,
Mrs. Ah Nam, Miss Ah Nam, Miss
Ken, Mrs. J. A. Mcintosh. Miss E.
Dunn, L. Weight, Miss Kawelo, Miss
Lane, Miss M. Alana, H. A. Baldwin,
Sam Pupuhl, Miss Starbuek, L. A.
aFir, C. C. Kelly, J. Pohino, K. Keawe.
G. Lino, Miss Tarn Yau. C. D. B ir-
chenal, W. J. Coelho. D. L. Meyer.
Miss Meyer, H. B. Weller, Jack" Bergs-
rom, Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, Frances
Baldwin, Margaret Bergen.
Per str. Mikahala, June 26 Mrs. J.
Munro, Mrs. S. E. Baker, Miss K. Cath
cart, Miss M. Lay ton, S. Hirokawa, Y.
Per str. Mauna Kea, June 25. I D.
Larsen, J. D. McVeigh, Mrs. H. D.
Couzens, Miss Ting, Miss Kalino. Mrs.
Crockett, Miss Hoapill, Leon A. Quon
ean, Lin Fat, P. S. Burgess, A. Asam,
Mrs. Rotbrock, Miss L. K. Richardson,
W. S. Chillingworth, Ah Ping, Kotasu,
U Ting, Miss A. Makekau. Mrs. II.
Mahoe, G. II. Hannah.
H. W. English is a Honolulu visitor
Dr. Hayes, of Molokal, is in Hono
lulu this week.
Miss Elvira Soper, of Wailuku, went
to Honolulu this week.
Ah Ping, the Kipahulu merchant, is
In Honolulu this week.
W. R. Balls, of Kahulul, is recover
ing from a severe illness.
"J. M. Dows.'tt, of Honolulu, was a
visitor (o Makawao this week.
Mrs. James Munro, of Molokai, is
visiting this week in Honolulu.
Father Maxlmin, of Honolulu, ar
rived on Tuesday, for a short visit.
Miss Narene Elliott, of Paia, Is
spending her vacation In Honolulu.
A. Tavares, was an arrival from Ho
nolulu by the Muna Kea on Wednes
day. County Sheriff Clem Crowell spent a
day or two in liana this week on busi
Mrs. J. J. Carey and daughter, of
Honolulu, are visiting friends in Wai
luku. F. Nunes. of Lahaina. left for Ho
nolulu by the Mauna Kea on Monday
Mrs. A. C. Hill, teacher In the Pain
school, left for Honolulu last Monday
Miss Amelia Tarn Yau. teacher in
the Makawao school, Is vibiting In Ho
Mrs. A. C. Rothrock went to Hono
lulu last Saturday for a visit with
L. Y. Aiona, wife and daughter, re
turned to Hana this week from a visit
W. S. Chillingworth returned on
Wednesday- from a several day's trip
Miss Rebecca Copp .of Kula. Ir.ft
for Honolulu last Monday for a sev
eral weeks visit.
Rev. and Mrs. John U. Wadman, of
Honolulu, are upending a few days on
.iaui with aieniis.
Miss Lucy Richardson, teacher in
the Paia school, is spending several
weeks in Honolulu.
E. Herrick Brown, of Kuiaha, re
turned on Tuesday from a several
weeks' trip to Honolulu.
Miss Edith Dunn, teacher of the
Waihee school, went to Honolulu by
last Saturday's Claudine.
W. G. Scott, of Kahulul, left Thurs
day evening for the Coast where lie
will spend several weeks.
Dan Conway, the well known Hono
lulu traveling man, is paying a regular
visit to his Maul customers.
C. C. Clark, representing the Sehu
man Carriage Company, is on Maul
for a two weeks' business trip.
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent of
the Molokal settlement, is In Hono
lulu this week on a business tr'ip.
Joe Meinecke, Jr., who was graduat
e last week from Punahou, returned
to his home In Paia last Saturday.
Geoige Humphrey, of the Von
Hamm-Young Company, Honolulu, is
on Maui this week on -a business trip.
L. F. Jones, who was taken to Ho
nolulu last week, is reported to be in
a rather serious condition. He is now
in a sanitarium.
R. C. Bowman, vocational Instruc
tor for the Maui schools, left last
night for a few weeks visit in Hono
lulu. Miss Alice Hoapili, teacher in the
Kamehameha III school at Lahaina,
has gone to Honolulu for her summer
Mrs. George N. Weight and bahy ar
rived from Honolulu on Wednesday.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Geo.
Mrs. Virginia Couzens, principal of
Olowalu school, went to Honolulu last
Saturday following the close of the
County Attorney E. R. Bevins has
moved from Kahulul to the Yineyi rd
street residence formerly occupied by
Charles A. Bailey, foreman of the
road department, Hana district, is
spending a few days this week with
his Wailuku friends.
Miss Oliveira, who has been living
in Honolulu for some time, arrived
home this week for a visit with her
relatives in Wailuku.
M. T. Lyonsi returned to iVailnku
this week lifter several months ab
sence in Honoiulu, where he was -on-nected
with the legislature.
Mrs. C. C. Clark and little son ar
rived by Wednesday's Mauna Kea.
and will visit friends in Wailuku and
vicinity for a week or more.
Mrs. H. K. Duncan and daughter
Muriel, of Kahulul, will sail from Ho
nolulu on next Tuesday's Lurliue for
a several weeks visit in Oakland.
Mrs. Anna B. Watson, of Kuiaha, ar
rived home this week from Honolulu,
where she had been for several weeks
receiving treatment lor her eyes.
Mrs. George B. Schrader and child
ren of Honolulu, arrived this cck
for a visit with Mrs. Sohrader's
mother, Mrs. Rodrigues, in Wailuku.
Miss Cleo Case arrived home last
Saturday from Honolulu wheie she
just finished school. She expects to
leave in the fall for the coast to enter
Mr. and Mrs. II. Gooding Field, of
Honolulu, arrived on Tuesday to re
main until after the Fourth. Mr.
Field will be one of the judges at
this afternoon's races.
Miss Maud Starbuek, teacher for
the past year in the Kaupakalua
school, has gone to Honolulu. She
will soon leave for the coast and dees
not expect to return.
Mis3 Melissa Crickard will leave
the latter part of this month on tue
steamer Manoa, lor her old home in
Delaware, Ohio. She expects to re
main a year or more before returning
The family of George W. Wilbur is
spending the summer at their mum re
place at Kuiaha.
Miss Anuinii and Miss :i, tciirlu rs
at the liana school, have gou lo Ho
nolulu for their vacation.
Miss Jenn Lindsay, of Haiku, lias
been quite ill for several weeks, hut In
reported to Jie better nt present.
Miss Ernestine Lindsay, of Haiku. Is
expected home by the Manoa, the lat
ter part of tliis month. She has been
absent on the Coast for the l.enelit
of her health for the past six months
Rev. John W. Wadman will fiil the
pulpit of Rev. A. Craig llowdish, nt the
Kahulul Union church tomorrow morn
ing. Mr. Bowdish is on a tra- ping
trip around the island with a party
Mrs. Mary L. Simrvnn, principal of
the Keahun school, left last Saturday
for Honolulu. She expects to po to
San Francisco lor a several weeks va
cation trip before the fall term of
Abel Cathcart, teacher last year at
the Nahiku school, accompanied by his
wife, left for Honolulu last Tuesday.
He has the appointment for next term
at the Kaneohe school on the wind
ward side of Oahu.
Herbert Hutchln, the Kuiaha home
steader, returned this week from Ho
nolulu where he recently moved his
family. Mr. Hutchln has about com
pleted a deal for the sale of his home
stead to II. A. Baldwin.
Word received from the roast this
week, is to the effect that Mrs. Fan
nie M. Simpson, vho left here a month
ago on account of her health, Is now
in a sanitarium at St. Helena, Cali
fornia, and is doing nicely.
Mrs. Dora L. Buckingham, of Las
Angeles, has been appointed kinricr
gartner for the Kahulul kindergarten.
.She is a graduate of the Kalamazoo,
Michigan, Normal School, and is ex
pected to arrive here early in Sep
tember. Mr. and Mrs. J. Garcia will leave
this evening for Honolulu where they
wlll take a steamer for the Coast next
week. They will spend some time at
the Exposition and will later go east.
They will probably not return to Maui
for several months.
Mrs. Ella Crandall Haywood, of Ha
makuapoko, who was to have lelt last
week for Vancouver to join her hus
band, received word just before she
was to slart, that his company had
been ordered to the front in Europe,
and had left Vancouver. She will con
sequently remain in the Islands.
WAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY
Invilatlons will soon be out for nn
elaborate open air ball, which will bo
given by the Wailuku Cupar Com
pany employes at the mill grounds. A
similar dance was given here several
years ago and was an exceedingly en
J. W. Horsman, who for the past
two months has been manager of the
Valley Isle Theatre, has resigned his
position and left Maui this week. It
is understood that he expected to
leave for the Coast shortly.
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suits, Ladies' Skirts, Dresses,
Gloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed.
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Neatly Done. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
HAVE GOOD FEET
No matter what style of shoe
you choose, the very fact that
it is a REGAL Insures that it
will be comfortable.
And if the size Is scientifically
determined by means of the
you know that the shoes will ft
Regal Shoe Store
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
VICTROLAS AND RECORDS.
Our New Collection of
"FAMOUS HAWAIIAN SONGS"
Is just out. Price 1.50.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
1020-22 Fort St. Honolulu. T. II.
Expert Tailor in Town
Your Suits made to FIT at Chatanl
Tailors by M. Inada, an experi
enced tailor who recently ar
rived in town.
Try Us. You Won't Regret It.
replaced prompt and accurate work.
Factory on promises.
Special lenses ground to order, in
cluding TORIC and KRYPTOK forms.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street
: THE HOME OF THE
h Steinway ,.,.,1 Starr
We have a large stock of
It Inside Player Pijinos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
Thavpr Pi.inn Cn Hrl
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HONOLULU, HAWAII. f
THE CRATER HOUSE
THE VOLCANO IS VERY ACTIVE.
OUR AUTO MEETS ALL
BOATS AT HILO.
RATES: 3.50 per day.
J20.00 per week.
LODGIi MAUI, No. i)84, A. H. fy A.
Staled incctiiiKS will be held at
M asouic Hall, Kaluilui, on the first
Saturday night of each month nt
7:30 1. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
I!HX WILLIAMS, R. W. M.
AUTO ROR HIRE.
Comfortable and stylUli 1 91 Cadillac
7-Seatcr. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Rinji up
3 awes C. Toss, Jr.,
ALOHA LOOOI: NO. 11 K NIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held lit the
Knights of 1'Ythias 1 1.nl, Wailuku, 011 the
second uml fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
ft :; V -r.r
IC. J. WALSH, C. C.
II. A. HANSKN, K. R.