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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Pasted By The Censor.
District Attorney McCarn's reputa
tion for judicial poise, sound judgment
and impartial vision are bo well estab
lished that the territory should have
entire confidence in his advice to Attorney-general
If a change has been made in the
second judgeship of the first circuit,
we know of no more acceptable Demo
crat for Judge Whitney's place than
Judge Edings of Maul. He has made
good on the Valley Isle and the very
fact that the Mauiites do not want to
l'w . him is an excellent proof of this.
a will welcome him hnrW to Hono
Here is a "Safety First" law that
was passed by a Middle West city
council and which assures absolute
safety. If It could be adopted In
Honolulu, Sheriff Hose would not need
additional traffic otlleers. "When two
automobiles approach a crossing com
ing from different directions, both
shall stop, and neither shall go ahead
until the other has passed over."
Jeff McCarn for chief justice, Joe
Lightfoot for United States district at
torney, J. Wesley Thompson snatched
from Honolulu to decorate the Maui
.circuit bench why not? The Demo
crats might as well do a good job
while they're at It. Their time will
soon be up. Advertiser.
On the'Other Islands
Two Kona Japanese fishermen by
the name of Hayashi and Nakana are
under arrest at Hookena under sus
picion of having dynamited a large
gasoline fishing boat which was total
ly destroyed at Kawawaloa, near Cap
tain Cook's monument a week ago last
Little Boys Drowned.
Two Portuguese boys were drowned
In the Lawai reservoir, Kauai, some
time ofter two o'clock last Wednesday
afternoon, says the Garden Island.
They were Manuel Cabral Jr., aged
seven years and ten months, and Jul
ius Condesay, about Beven.
Some Japanese children passing saw
the bodies in the shallow water of the
reservoir, about six feet apart, and
gave the alarm.
It appears that, where the ditch en
ters the reservoir the water is quite
deep, and the indications were that
the lads, who could not swim, got into
deep water at that place.
Many Fail In Teachers Exams.
Of the 134 persons who took exam
inations at the Normal school last
week for teachers' certificates, about
56 will receive permission to teach,
and 73 failed. About 20 of those who
passed will, be given primary certifi
cates, while' about 16 will receive first
permits to teach. Twelve will receive
second permits, it is estimated. There
were eight persons who took and pass
ed a part of the grammar grade certi
Pineapple Shipments Handicapped.
Because of the uncertainty of the
future of shipping facilities, Director
Longley, of the Territorial Marketing
Division, has not been able to make
altogether satisfactory contract with
mainland dealers for handling fresh
pineapple shipments. This is the re
port that has come from Mr. Longley,
who is now on the coast in an effort
to extend the market for fresh fruit.
At the present time about all the
fresh pineapples are being forwarded
that steamers have ventilated space
Great Northern Would Be Big Asset.
Should the Northern Pacific Steam
ship company conclude to put the fine
new steamer, Great Northern, on the
run between San Francisco and Hono
lulu, it would much more than offset
the loss of the Pacific Mail boats to
Hawaii, it is said. The five Pacific
Mail boats carry about 2500 passen
gers in the Island trade annually,
while the Great Northern on a regular
schedule would have accommodation
for about three times that number.
The general freight agent for the
Northern Pacific 1b expected In Ho
nolulu next month to learn what en
couragement in way of freight con
tracts the Great Northern might se
cure. Hawaiian born Chinese between the
ages of eighteen and twenty-one are
welcome as mess boys in the navy, ac
cording to announcement made by
Paymaster Corcoran of the Albert. Fi
lipinos for many years have filled the
mess positions almost exclusively.
Entered of Record
KAWAHIE KAMAHELE & HSB to
P 2351, Kul 3538, Ap 1. Walkapu
Maui. July 31, 1915. $5 and love.
KAWAHIE KAMAHELE & H3B to M
C Ross; It P 3141, 3117 & 2204. Ap
2, Waikapu etc, Walluku etc, Maui.
July 31. 1915. $20.
M C ROSS to John Kamahele & Kikau
Sylva ;int in R Ps 3141 and 3117;
Walkapu, (Walluku), Maui; int in
R P 2204 Ap 2, Waiakoa, Kula, Maui
July 31, 1915. $25.
JOHN MENDONCA & WF to Manuel
P Freitas; 8 86-100 A of Lot 11
Fleming Homesteads, Makawao,
Maui. Aug 2, 1915. $1000.
So Maui had to lower her colors to
Oahu this year on the polo field. How
ever, there were substantial reasons
why the black and gold team were
handicapped and next season the re
sults may be reversed. Hawaii Her
ald. The Garden Island, with no saloons
on it, is a wonderful example of how
booze can be obtained anywhere one
goes provided the price is forthcom
ing. And yet the Kauai newspaper
points the finger of scorn at Koha'.a!
ii i in iiii.
"Local importers inoy wcli bfRln at
once thinking cf the possibilities
opened up by the Greiit Noithern Pa
cific Steamship Company," says the
afternooni paper. But, it is not the
local Importers half as much ns the
local exporters who will have to be
gin thinking. Transportation compan
ies can hustle on the Cons' for freights
to Hawaii, but have to dene-.i.l unon
the good will of a very few for freights
from Hawaii. What are the expo; tors
going to do? They are the oneu who
can bring the Great Northern here or
keep it away, just as they see fit
Acting Director Taylor of the Pro
motion Committee is sending Hawaii
literature to mainland newlyweds, hop
ing to broaden the Honeymoon Trail
across the ocean. He might draw at
tention to the fact that Cupid we have
always with us. Star-Bulletin.
FERREIRA In Honolulu, August 9,
1915, Mrs. Francisca Ferreira, of
1580 Emma street, widow, a native
of the Island of St. Michaels Azores,
Portugal, eighty years old.
KAEO In Honolulu, August 9, 1915,
Samuel Kaeo, of 474 Buckle Lane,
married, hack driver, a native of
Honolulu, twenty-seven years, old.
KAHAHAWAI In Honolulu, August
4, 1915, Pihana Kahahawai, single,
of Coral and Ludloff lanes, a native
,of Moanalua, Oahu, fifty-three years
LAU In Honolulu, August 4, 1915,
Lau Chan, married, of Kukui lane,
near Nuuanu avenue, a native of
China, forty -five years old.
SCALLAV Aboard the Puako, at
Port Allen, Kauai, July 29, 1915,
John Scallav, able seaman, a native
of Australia, twenty-four years old.
CHING In Honolulu, August 7, 1915,
Ching Quan Chew, of North Vine
yard street, a native of Honolulu,
married, twenty-two years old.
MENDONCA In Honolulu, August 6,
1915, Frank Mendonca, of 1946
Pauoa road, a native of the Island
of Madeira, Portugal, married, twenty-eight
KAWAAAUHAU In Honolulu, Au
gust 6, 1915, Mrs. Kailinaoa Kawaa
auhau, of Pauoa road, near Luso
street, a native of Koloa, Kauai,
thirty years old.
SILVA In Papalkou, Hllo, Hawaii,
duly 23, 1915, V. da Silva, a native
of Portugal, seventy years old.
CORTES In Hilo, Hawaii, July 14,
115, Antonio Cortes, a native of the
Philippine Islands, twenty-two yeais
MORRIES. In Honolulu, the wife of
John Botelho Morrles, at one o'clock
Saturday, August 7, 1915.
CLARK In Honolulu, August 3, 1915,
Mrs. Carolina Clark, of Puunui ave
nue, a native of Honolulu, fity-nine
years and twenty-seven days old.
NAEOLE In Honolulu, August 3,
1915, William Naeole, of 320 Kukui
street, married, native of Puna, Ha
waii, twenty-six years old.
McKEAGUE In Honolulu, August 3,
1915, Louis M. McKeague, of Kapa
hulu road, married, native of Hono
lulu, fifty-two years old.
KAIMI In Honolulu, August 2, 1915,
Mahoe, son or Mr .and Mrs. John
Kalmi, of Moiliili, native of Wailu
ku, Maul, sixteen years old.
MaiITINEZ In Honolulu, August 2,
1915, Jose Lopez Martiuez, of this
city, native of Spain, thirty-six
MERTENS In Honolulu, August 2,
1915, Mrs. Jennie Mertens, of 1438
Middle street, native of Idaho, U. S.
A., forty-one years old.
KAIWA In Honolulu, August 2, 1915,
Moses, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Kalia (adopted by Mr. and Mrs. D.
Kaiwa), native of Kaanapali, Maui,
six years old.
KEAWE In Honolulu, August 2, 1915,
Mrs. Haiiaka Keawe, of 1454 Gul
lick avenue, Kalihi, native of Maul,
sixty-five years old.
HARDY In Lihue, Kauai. August 8.
1915, Judge Jacob Hardy, eighty-
eignt years ola.
CREIGHTON In Honolulu, August 8
1915, Mrs. Margaret Creighton,
widow of Robert J. Creighton, of 824
Fiikol street, seventy-nine years old
NAINOA In Honolulu, August 8, 1915
Mrs. Pualohaole Namoa, of Honolu
lu, a native of Laie, Oahu, fifty-four
MURILLO Aboard the Wi'helmlna
from Hilo to Honolulu, August 7
1915, James Murillo, a native of
Mexico, forty-five years old.
MAUrUCIO In Honolulu. August 7
1915. Mrs. Maria Botelho Mauricio
of Luso Btreet, near Miller street,
formerly of Hilo, Hawaii, a native of
St. Michaels' Island, Azores, Portu
gal, nfty-aevon years old.
PHILLIP ESPINDA & WF to Lufkln
Tr; 10,608 sq ft of R Ps 3459, Ap 1,
ana 408, Alio etc, Lahaina, Maui
June 4. 1915. $300.
S1GRID O WILBUR & HSB to First
National Bank of Walluku; L P
6327, Kuiaha-Pauwela. Hamakualoa
Maui. March 15, 1915. $1200.
Due to Negligence
Utilities Roard Finds Also That Crew
Deserted Passengers Concurs in
Coroner's Jury Verdict.
Negligence of some of the employes
of the inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company was held responsible by the
public utilities commission on Tues
day, for the double drownlnc at La
haina Landing, Maul, May 1, of Chow
Soy and S. Ushi Kuwaye, deck pass
engers on the Kilauea.
The commission also sustains the
findings of the coroner's jury at the
inquest following the accident, in
which the boat's crew ww declared to
have left the passengers to their fate
when the boat overturned in the surf.
The findings of the commission fol
"Having reviewed a'l the evidence.
we are satisfied In our own minds that
the accident could have been avoided
had the boat been on Its proper
course, and under control of a deck
ollicer. The evidence bears out the
fact that the weather on this occasion
was not unusual; that no danger sig
nals were displayed; that no precau
tionary instructions were given to
the boat's crew; that the boat was
steered to the reef, and on the boat
sterror becoming aware of the fact,
that he turned the boat to get on the
right course, and in so doing was cap
sized at the edge of the reef, some
150 yards west of the Lahaina wharf
reason for the said capsizing given as
being the breaking of a steering oar.
Crew Deserts Capsized Boat,
"The crew, with the exception of the
boat-steerer, deserted the capsized
boat without rendering all possible
assistance to the passengers; that the
boat-steerer was warned that li 3 was
on the wrong course by a passenger
who was thoroughly familiar witn the
Lahaina waters. However, tne boat-
steerer denies having heard this.
'In the main, the evidence given by
persons examined by the public utili
ties commission corroborates the evi
dence given at the coroner's inquest
held at Lahaina, Maui, on May 6, 1915.
Deaths Due To Negligence.
"From the evidence taken at the
coroner's inquest, dated May 6, 1915,
and at the hearing held by the public
utilities commission of Hawaii on May
8, and on July 1G and 19, 1915, we are
satisfied that the loss of life on thp
occasion of said accident on the first
day of May, A. D. 1915. thereat in
quired into, was due to the negligence
of some of the employes of the Inter-
Island Steam Navigation Company,
Ltd., to wit: the boat-steerer and the
crew of the boat which was capsized
and this commission concurs in the
findings of the coroner's jury banded
down on the sixth day of May, 1915, at
Valley Isle Has Good
Program for Next Week
Among the big features expected by
the Valley Isle Theatre next week and
the week after will be the following:
Robert Warwick as "Alias Jimmy
Valentine," in 5 parts; "Daughter of
the People," a superior feature photo
play, with Laura Sawyer, Fred de Bel
leville and Rob Broderick in this 5
act photo feature adapted from the
Broadway success; "The Fairy and
the Waif," in 5 parts by the World
Film Corporation, the same company
which produced "Money", played at
the Valley Isle last Wednesday even-
ng. May Miles Minter and Percy
Hettor and Will Archie take the lead
ing roles.; "The Fight," another great
feature presenting Margaret Wycher
ly and J. E. Kellerd in the N. Y. Hud
son theatre sensation; "M'LIss", in 5
parts, with Barbara Tennat, by Bret
harte; "Love Route," an exclusive
Paramount feature of thrills, present
ing the great Paramount trio Harold
Lockwood, Winifred Kingston, and
Jack Plckford, pronounced the great
est of all Western dramas.
The exact dates for exhibiting tne
pictures will be known when the Clau-
dine arrives this morning.
"The High Hand," from the novel by
Jacques Furtelle, an inspiring romance
of love, politics, capital and labor, re
leased on the Alliance program, will
likely first appear at. Lahaina Lyceum
at the end of this weik, and will be
shown at the Wailuku Orpheum some
time next week. Tins is a very strong
play and comes highly recommended.
This will be followed by "The Little
Girl That He. Forgot," written by Miss
Beulah Poyneer who also appears in
the leading role. This is another five
reel feature full or thrills accompanied
by deep pathos.
Death of Judge Hardy
Judge Jacob Hardy died in his apart
ments at Hotel Lihue, Kauai, shortly
after 5 o'clock Sunday morning of
the infirmities of old age. Death was
not unexpected, his physician, Dr. F.
L. Puiman, having notified nis family
and friends some days Viefore that the
end might come at any time.
The funeral took place from Lihue
Union Church at 4 o'clock Sunday af
ternoon, and was attended by a very
large congregation of friends of the
deceased from every part of the is
The late Judge Jacob TIardy was
born at Peabody, Mass., In 1827. and
graduated from Amherst College In
1849, being a member of the AlpTia
Delta Phi Society.
Owing to poor health and the sug
gestion of his physician that he sock
a less rigorous climate, he camt
around the Horn in a nailing vessel
in 1819 to Honolulu. A short time
later he went to Maui and planted
cane ,n conjunction with a Mr. Cow
er. Still later he returned to Honolulu
ana entered the service of the gov
ernment as a clerk, a position he held
until 1(sl4, when ne was appointed ::ir
tuit judge of. Kauai.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the Maui Board of Supervisors
wil! be held on Monday, August 16,
191:), at 10 o clock a. m., in the Wal
luku Town Hall, for the purpose of
considering the report of the special
committee of the Board on the Maka
wao Kula waterworks system. All
those Interested are Invited to be pres
ent. WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: In the
matter of the Estate of Kaunuhl Jos
eph Kekahuna Staunton, deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the above Estate are hereby notified
to present their claims, duly authenti
cated, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage, to the undersigned, at Wai
luku, Maul, within six months from
date of first publication hereof, or
hey will be forever barred.
Wailuku, Maui, August 6, 1915.
Executor Will of Kaunuhl Joseph
Kekahuna Staunton deceased.
Aug. 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4, 1915.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: NEN'I-
CIH KAMURI vs. HATSUYO H. KA-
MURI. To HATSUYO H. KAMURI,
Libellce. You are hereby notified of
the pendency of the above suit for
divorce against you on the grounds of
desertion, and that the same has been
set for hearing Thursday, the 21st day
of October, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock
A. M. in the Court Room of this
Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, or
as soon thereafter as the same may
Wailuku, Maui, August 10, 1915.
BY THE COURT:
Edmund H. Hart, Clerk.
Attorney for Llbellant.
Aug. 14, 21, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 1915.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TFRRITORY OF
HAWAII: At Chambers. MARY
BRANCO ICU vs. ISAAC ICU. To
ISAAC ICU; Llbellee: You are here
by notified of the pendency of the
above action for divorce, and that the
pame has been Bet for hearing on the
30th day of September, 1915. at 10
o'clock A. M., in the Court Room of
this Court, at Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii,
or as soon thereafter as the same may
Wailuku, July 20, 1915.
BY THE COURT,
Edmund H. Hart, Clerk.
July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1915.
Blue Indian Motoeycle, 7 H. P., 2-
speed, 1913 model. Price $173.00. In
quire JOE FRANC,
Wailuku Mill Blacksmith Shop.
Overland Touring Car, first-class
condition, cheap. Apply
One Hawaiian mule, broken to har
ness and saddle, in sound condition;
and one 3-year-old colt, broken to sin
gle harness. Apply .t
tf. MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
GET A 1915 3-SPEED
For Comfort and Durability.
Market Street, : Wailuku
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street,
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
K. MACHIDA DruSJtore
Carries a full line of Drugs and Patent
Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Books and Stationery.. Also carry a
tuU line of Eye Glasses.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU
Kahului Shoe Maker
MAKES BOOTS AND SHOES FOR
Wholesale and Retail.
Puunene Avenue, Kahulul.
In 1852 he married Elizabeth M
Andrews, at Honolulu, by whom there
were five children. His wife died In
1S68, and in December. 1869, he mar
ried Mary McLean, there being one
child from this union.
Judge Hardy leaves four surviving
children, as follows: Mrs. Warren
Gregory,. Berkeley, Cal.: Walter A
Hardy, Keanae, Maul; Win. L. Hardy,
liana, Maui; Mrs. M. A. Dean, Lihue
San Francisco 1915
OILS V CREASES
The Exposition jury found Zerolene first in lubri
cating efficiency; Red Crown, first in carbureting
qualities, in purity and uniformity. A victory for
Standard products made from California crudes,
in competition with other gasolines and automo
Standard Oil Company
SUITS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER.
Workmanship and Perfect Fit
Carries a full line of the latest styles
Give me a trial to convince you.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
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 Us a Trial.
MARKET STREET, WAILUKU.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
VICTROLAS AND RECORDS.
Our New Collection of
"FAMOUS HAWAIIAN SONGS"
la just out. Price $1.50.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
1020-22 Fort St. Honolulu, T. II.
Unlike any other
newer and better
The ONE always-cool hostel
ry in Honolulu, yet rignt in the
heart of things.
Not a bug in the building.
Dally rates from $1 per per
son up. Weekly and monthly
rates on application.
J. F. CHILD, Mgr.
f ort Street,
Half-way between Hotel and
Beretania streets, Ewa side.
To men who know, that word
stands for footwear supremacy
smartest style, longest wear,
We sell REGALS because we
want to give every customer
FOR CAKE MAKING
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
CONTRACTOR, BUILDER AND
Call Honda for any Plumbing that Is
to be done. All work neatly
done and satisfaction
VINEYARD STREET, WAILUKU