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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915.
' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GASOLINE AND DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
OUR 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 a. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunduy, 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 & CO., Ltd.
THE REXAL STORE
Fort and Hotel
B(T HP WATER
Superior to all
We carry Plumbers'
Supplies of all Kinds
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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
jo, you know that the shoes will fit
I Regal Shoe Store
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KL. IN AD A
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Watches and Clocks of all descriptions
-. Repaired and Cleaned.
i Give Us a Trial.
MARKET: ! STREET, WAILUKU.
C0AT8, SHIRTS AND ALL KINDS
OF UNDERWEAR. MADE TO ORDER
THE BEST TAILORING ,
FOR GENTS' SUITS.
tithes Cleaning and Repairing.
P. &! Box 181. Kahulul, Maul, T. H.
l .1 I
Coolest rooms of any place In
town.. 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 Beretania streets.
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
ICE CREAM PART.OR ON MARKET
COLD LUNCH SERVED AT ALL
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
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
Kula Farmers After
Maui Produce Trade
Good Price Received for Potatoes Sent
to Haiku Plan to Extend This
WorK Farmers Gets Good Share.
WAIAKOA, July 6 The last week
in June the Kula Farmer'B Coopera
tive Association accomplished its first
sale of prod '.tec to consumers on Maul.
Heretofore all of its sales have been
to wholesalers on Oahu. but the Apko
elation has long cherished the Idea of
direct sales from farmer to consumer
on this island. The sale Just accom
plished was of a load of potatoes sold
at Haiku. The Haiku purchasers
bought not less than a bag each, and
the price was $1.85 per 100 lbs. The
farmer who grew the potatoes In Kula
received $1.29 for his potatoes, the
costs being- bag 7 cents, hauling 25
cents, K.. F. C. A. charge 4 cents. In
this sale the consumer paid lss than
the current price and the farmer got
more than the current, price. The
farmer got 78 cents of the consumer's
dollar. In the hope of building up a
regular trade of thi3 sort the follow
ing letter was ter.t to each purchaser:
Enclosed please find bill for pota
toes delivered to you June 26.
It is the hope of this Association
that this load of potatoes sent lo Hai
ku may be the beginning of a regular
business with Haiku people. We can
usually deliver potatoes, corn, beans
We hope to make the trip with such
products about once a month nt pres
ent. May we take the liberty of noti
fying you a week or so In advance of
each trip and enquire it we can serve
you at that time?
We are not in shape to do business
on other than a cash basis. We act
only as agent for our shippers and any
loss from a credit business would fall
upon them, so we ask that payment
be made either to the driver upon
delivery, or by check not later than
the early part of the month following
It is our belief that a cash business
direct from faimer to consumer will
result In the consumer paying less and
the farmer geeting more.
Very truly yours,
KULA FARMER'S COOPER
Per Edwin C. Moore,
Are Formidable Craft
The latest type of German submar
ine is from 213 feet to 230 feet long,
with a displacement of from 800 to
1000 tons, and engines are nearly
7000 h.p. They are armed with 4 tor
pedo tubes and anti-aircraft gups, and
CHURCH OF THE GOOD
Sixth Sunday after Trinity. 7 a. m.
Holy Communion, Rt. Rev. Henry B.
Restarick, D. D., celebrant. 11 o'llock,
morning prayers and sermon, at which
Bishop Restarick will officiate, assist
ed by Rev. J. Charles Villlers. All
are invited to the services.
By a modifying decree of Judge Ed
ings, made yesterday, throug agree
ment of the parties to the case, the
eldest girl of Maria C. Borge and Man
uel Borge is placed In the custody of
the grandmother, Mrs. Maria Garcia
Medeiros, of Paia; the eldest son is
given to tho father's care, and the
remaining six children of the couple,
remain with the mother. The Borges
were divorced some months ago, the
mother getting the custody ol all the
children at that time.
MR. DE SOUZA'S DINNER
Complimetary to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Garcia, on the eve of theii departure
for a long tour to the mainland, a
mor.t unique and delightful dinner was
given on Friday night of last week by
A. J. de Souza, to a umall party of
friends. The affair was held at the
Wniluku Hotel and was an exceeding
ly jolly one. The menu, which had
been prepared under Mr. de Sou.a'a
very competent direction, was a reve
lation, and was hugely enjoyed, as well
as were the elocutionary bonne
bouches which accompanied each
course. A string orchestra added much
to the pleasure of the evening. Those
In the party were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
Garcia, guests of honor; Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. John
Cook, Miss Margaret Cook, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Enos, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Pe-
reira, Mrs. C. Carvalho, Mr. Frank Me
The menu was as follows:
Blue Points, Mignounett
Choice of Frank Medeiros
Fernandez' Garden Kahulul
Salted Almonds a la Pereira
Soup, Style Joe, Yak-Fan-l.o
Baked Fish, Facon, Garcia
Noisette of Rabbit a la Cook
Style "You are bluffed."
Roast Turkey, Enos' Fruit Sauce
Imported for the occasion
Glace de Fontaisie
By Mrs. Joe Medeiros, Honolulu
WEINZHEIMER At Lahaina, Wed
nesday, July 7, 1915, to Mr. and Mrs.
L. Weinzheimer, a bon.
GARCIA In Wailuku, Monday, July
5. 1915, to Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gar
cia, a son.
AHLO In Wailuku, Sunday, July 4,
to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ahlo, a son.
CORREA. In Wailuku, July 1, 1915,
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Correa,
Now Fill Market
Importance of Good Seed Selection
Noted Poultry and Eggs Selling
Well Island Cabbage About Pau
HONOLULU, July 6 Large ship
ments of potntoeM are being received
from Oahu, Maul and Hawaii. These
potatoes are very good and meet a
ready sale but the price is not as good
as it should be, due to heavy importa
tions of California potatoes. I-.iland
potatoes are coming in a month too
late to bring the prices. The Hawaii
grown potatoes are from a good im
ported variety. This year onie of the
Maui growers planted the E-.rlv Rose
potato from seed imported by the
Marketing Division. It has prov-d to
be a splendid potato for tb . islands.
The yield U large and ti e n :ality ex
ceptionally pood, 't here is great need
for better quality seed potatoes in the
islands. Farmers nhou' 1 realize -.he
necessity of pi ir.(nt onl fcHerled
feed. Commercial p.ivtocs are of
course, cheaper for plant in;; t ut the
resulting produc t is -eve"1 sntlrfnctory.
Careful selection of the serd always
results in a larger yield and a belter
A large shipment or good water
melons was received. They are sell
ing well at a good price. Some were
received in poor condition due to
Papaias are plentiful and a drug on
the market. Pineapples are also plen
tiful and selling at a low price.
Eggs are selling at a very good
price. The demands far exceeds the
supply at the present time. The
price is Eteauily rising.
The demand is good for nil kinds of
fat poultry. Broilers are plentiful but
selling fast at good prices. Stewing
chickens are in demand with very few
in the market. There is greater de
mand for young roosters for roasting
than for young hens.
The island supply of cabbage !s giv
ing out and importations from the
Coast have commenced. The price is
A shipment of Isabella grapes re
ceived is selling well at 10 cents a
pound wholesale. Regular shipments
of cucumbers and pohas are received
twice a week from Hawaii. Limes nre
scarce with the demand good at high
Those Who Travel
Per str. Mauna Kea, July 7. W. T.
Robinson, M. T. Lyons, R. C. Bowman,
H. Saire, C. S. Riley, II. S. Decker, C.
M. Thurtton, E. C. Steven.
Per str. Claudlne, July 6. Miss M.
C. Alana, Miss R. K. Hall, Miss Rose
Tan Yau, Miss M. Menezes, Miss J.
Alencastre, Miss F. Alencastre, Sam
uel Menezes, Mary S. Lawrence, Mar
garet H. Lyman.
Per str. Claudine, July 2. Joe Prei
ser, Douglas Damon, Miss Minnie Akl
na, Miss C. Aiu, Mrs. J. J. Carey, Miss
S. Carey, Miss Clara Abreu, Mrs. P.
Higgins and two children. Miss Jennie
Ho, Mrs. J. Maialua, Geo. J. Dunn. W.
Hollinger, Mrs. L. Graham, Mrs. Paul
Schmidt, Mrs. W. A. Gill, Miss L. Mor
gan, Miss F. Gill, J. T. Sylva, W. A.
Oss, J. Kirkland, rs. A. F. Costa, Mrs.
Jackson, R. Barnett, Frank New, Mrs.
Henry Cleveland, Miss Afoon, Ah Nin,
Miss Elizabeth Kealoha, J. Wond,
John Grace, Miss C. Guipp, Miss R.
Maikal, Y. Yoshikawa.
Per str. Claudine, July 3. Jno. Can
salves, Miss Buck, W. Hollinger, T.
Hollinger, Jack Gibson, J. Garcia, Mrs.
J. Garcia, Mr. Correa, Mrs. Correa,
Jack London, Mrs. Jack London, Mrs.
A. E. Whisler, Mrs. E. Austin, Mrs.
W. A. McKay, A. S. Fernandez, T. Con
halves, W. T. Barkow, S Masakl, Miss
D. Mitchell, J. Mitchell, Y. Nakata, A.
Campbell, A. Everson, A. C. Pereira,
Mr. Rodrigues, Mrs. Rodrigues, Master
Rodrigues, Miss M. K Cook, A. C.
Warner, Mrs. A. C. Warner, Miss E.
Wilklns, Joe Howser. J. T. Sylva, Mrs.
H. F. Weeden, Master Weeden.
Ter str. Mauna Kea, July 2, Mrs.
H. Foster, A. Gartley, E. C. Stevens,
G. R. Humphrey, Miss C. Hall, Miss
J. Vance, Mrs. Wlnterfield, .Miss E.
Cosarove, S. Kopihi, J. Lots. J. P.
Kanohi, Miss Alexander, Miss Slog
gett, Miss Collins, Mrs. H. Young, Mrs.
y, Nakata, Miss Wong, Miss Low,
Miss Yap, W. A. Yountr, S. V. Chang.
L. S. Huen, J. C. Crane, W. Richard
son Kim You Lau. Mrs. Brook and
daughters (3). W. F. J. Dale, D. Leith,
R. 0. Bowman, C. Kim Sing.
Per str. Mauna Loa. July 1. W. O.
Scott, Miss Scott, L. A. Arnold, R. S.
West, II. Hutchins, K. Y Yee, B. F.
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CEDERLOF At Beretania Sanita
rium, July 7, 1915, Mrs. Emma Ced
FLEMING In Honolulu. July 3, 1915,
John, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lun
die Fleming, of Ltliha street, corner
of Wyllie street, two year, ten
BABCOCK At Paumalu, Oahu, July 3,
1915, Mrs. Cornelia Hamlin ISahcock,
a native of Peoria, Illinois, e'gl'ty
one years old.
ENOKA At the Queen's HoFpital,
Honolulu, July 4, 1915, Clemor
Enoka, of Alapal lane, a native of
Hawaii, thirty-nine years old.
LEARY At the Queen's Hospital,
June 30, 1915, Jeremiah M. Leary,
married, of 1344 Llliha street, a
native of Ireland, sixty-three years
KAPIIOHO At Leahi Home, Iionolu
lu, June 29, 1915, Mrs. Agnes Kapii
oho, divorced, of Honolulu, a native
of Oahu, forty-six years old.
Promotion Body is
Pleased with Prospect of Road to Sum
mitThinks Rest House Fills Very
A. P. Taylor, acting secretary of the
Hawaii promotion committee has
written the Maui News as follows:
"It is extremely gratifying to know
that the dream of many years for an
automobile road to the summit of Ha
leakala Is about to be fulfilled, so that
Maul could get a better share of the
"Maul is to be congratulated on tak
ing the initiative and building a rest
house at the summit of Haleakala,
which completely answers the demand
for such a structure. With this rest
house connected with the rest of
Maul by an excellent motor road, I
believe that Maui will come in for a
very large share of tourist business.
"I believe we are all quite fully
aware that Maui was severely hamli
clapped, though having one of the
greatest natural wonders of the world,
by not having an up-to-date medium
of access to this wonderful extinct
volcano. Many people have ninde in
quiries about Haleakala and they have
been told of the wonderful sunrise and
the splendor of the view into the cra
ter's solitude, but when Informed that
16 miles at least of the journey must
be made on horseback, they have re
luctantly given up the idea of making
the trip. Many men, on learning of
the horseback feature, said it would
be Impossible for them to take that
method of reaching the summit, as
they had not ridden for years and did
not feel like taking, what they con
sidered, violent exercise of that sort.
"The Promotion Committee will im
mediately take steps to communicate
to the world, as far as practicable,
what is being done to bring this ex
tinct crater into the lanes of the trav
"I would like a photograph of the
rest house and some copies showing
the characteristic surroundings as
well as the rest house itself, so that I
could use them in the preparation of
Yours very truly,
A. P. TAYLOR,
R A WADSWORTII & WF to Mrs. Hul
Chang Kee Chin: R P 1906, Hana,
Maul. June 18, 1915. $250.
N. OMSTED & WF to Katherine K
Groves; 4 pes land, Wananalua etc,
Hana, Maui; por R P 4364, Kul 1564,
Pauoa, Honolulu, Oahu; livestock,
(Maui). June 18, 1915. 1100 and
KATHERINE K GROVES to Eiuina R
Omsted; 4 pes land, Wananalua etc,
Hana, Maui, por R P 43C, Kul 1564,
Pauoa, Honolulu, Oahu: livcatok
poultry, tools etc, Mokulau Ranch,
(Maui). June 19, 1915. $100 and
KAHOOPII & WF to Kum Choy; R P
7889. Waiakoa, Kula, Maui. June 14,
MANUEL M ROBEL & WF to Sing
Chong Co; int in hui land and live
stock, Mailepal, Kaanapali, Maui.
June 12, 1915. $600.
I SUMI to von Hamm-Young Co, Ltd;
Automobile, Wailuku, Maul. June
25, 1915. $625.
H H HAYES to von Hamm-Your.w o,
Ltd; Automobile, Pukoo, Molokal.
June 29, 1913. ' $700.
Releases of Mortgage.
II HACKFELD & CO, LTD to Kipe.Lu
lu Sugar Co; real, personal and mix
ed property, Kipabulu, Maul. June
30, 1915. $100,000. .
E II KEKAPAI to Tang Cheon; pc
land, Waiakoa, Kula, Maui. June
20, 1915. 10 years at $90 per yea-.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Malls are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco rer Ventura, July 12;
Manoa, July 13; Siberia, July 16.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, July 13.
Australia Per Sonoma, July 14.
Vancouver Per Makura, July 1 1.
Mails will leave for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Manchuria, July
13; Wilhelmina, July 1; Sonoma,
Yokohama Per Siberia, July 16.
Australia Per Ventura, July 12; Ma
kura, July 14.
Vancouver Per Niagara, July 23.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
What He Wanted.
"I called to see if I could sell you
"What do I want the book for?"
"For iwo dollars."
"But what made you think I wanted
"Why, two dollars."
The nvhitnr whn in tnken un liv a
bociety leader can always return tho
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. U.
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! Entered of Record
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 premises.
Special lenses ground to order, in
cluding TORIC and KRYPTOK forms.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street
j! THE HOME OF THE
j: Steinvvay and Starr
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
Tfcijer fiao C., Ltd.
THE CRATER HOUSE
THE VOLCANO IS VERY ACTIVE.
OUR AUTO MEETS ALL
BOATS AT HILO.
RATES: $3.50 per day.
$20.00 per week.
' A. T. SHORT,
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. & A.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each mouth at
7:30 I M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
BEN WILLIAMS, R. V. M.
AUTO F"OR HIRE.
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
NUNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
James C. Toss, Jr.,
ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Kuiv'litsof Pythias Hull, Wailuku, ou the
second aud iourtU Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend'
E. J. WALSH, C. C.
H. a. hansi-;n, k. r. & s.