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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915.
Dr. O. 13. Wall, of Honolulu, Is a
visitor on Maul this week.
Sirs. 13. A. Drown and child, arrived
from Honolulu on Tuesday morning's
Sheriff Crowell made a hurried trip
to Hana last Tuesday and returned the
Miss McCubbln, of Lalmlna, spent
a snort vacation with Wailuku friends
Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, of Honolulu, ar
rived last Saturday and is visiting
irionU3 on Maul.
Capt. Carl Wichert, of Kahului, Is
spending a short vacation visiting his
tamiiy in Honolulu.
M. J. Mourn, manager of Moura &
Co., spent a few days in Honolulu on
business this week.
Joe Dorego Is expected to return
next week from a visit to the Sail
George C. Potter, of Honolulu, ar
rived this week to spend a vacation
on the Cornwell ranch.
A. I). Larnach and E. Townsand, of
Honolulu, were in Wailuku a few days
tills week on a business trip.
Mrs. W. A. Hipp and daughter re
turned last Saturday from a several
days visit with friends In Hilo.
Mrs. M. R. Perelra and children left
by Saturday's Claudlnc for Honolulu,
where they will visit for some time
A. McPhee, manager of tho Maul
Meat Market, has taken over the busi
ness of the Maul Stables from T. Dur
lem. L. A. l'erry, wife and children, re
turned to Honolulu last Saturday, af
ter visiting friends and relatives on
A. McCubbin, the genial chief en
gineer of Pioneer mill, was among the
Lahaina vistors to Wailuku during the
C. A. McDonald, of Lahalnaluna,
spent a few days In Honolulu last
week, returning by last Saturday's
A. F. Tavares, manager of the Maui
Pineapple Company, returned last Sat
urday night from a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MacDonald, of
Lahalnaluna, who have been spending
several weeks at Sunnyslde, returned
homo last Tuesday.
Word from Mrs. P. G. Krauss, of
Kulaha, tells of a delightful trip and
safe arrival at the San Diego exposi
tion, which is described as beautiful.
County Engineer J. D. Cox, and
former Engineer Hugh Howell, paid
a visit to Hana this week to look
Into tho matter of roads and bridges.
Dr. anil Mrs. Wong Leong, who for
several weeks were guests of Sheriff
and Mrs. Crowell, of Wailuku, return
ed Saturday to their home in Hono
lulu. Mrs. E. C. Mellor, of Haiku, is at
Hana, for a short visit. Mr. Mellor
has charge of the construction of a
number of bridges in tho Hana dis
trict. FOIt SALE: One 4-horsepower
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maul News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
The Woman's Guild of tho Church
of tho Good Sliepherd will hold a
meeting with Mrs. Sloggett, Hamakua-
poko, on Tuesday, September 7, at
2:30 p. m.
Moses Kauhlmahu, principal of the
Kanului school, who has been visiting
at the Exposition in San Francisco will
return next week to take up his reg
H. W. Kinney, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, visited tho Hana
district by tho Claudine this week, re
turning to Honolulu on the return trip
of tho boat.
Word has been received by friends
here from Mr. and Mrs. J. Garcia, who
are now visiting on the mainland. Mr.
Garcia left last month for tho East,
after touring California.
Eugene Capellas, principal of the
Hakalau school, Hawaii county, arriv
ed from Hilo last Saturday on a vislt
to relatives on Maui. He returned on
Wednesday's Mauna Kea.
Tho loan fund commission will prob
ably hold a meeting some time next
week, when Superintendent of Public
Works Forbes, who is now on Hawaii,
is expected to be present. .
J. M. Mcdeiros, tho Paia liquor deal
er, left by tho last Lurllno for a visit
to tho Exposition at San Francisco.
He expects to visit several cities in
California before returning.
Dro. Frank, of St. Anthony's boys'
school, Wailuku, is expected to arrive
tomorrow morning from Honolulu. Ho
made an extended visit to the main
land during tho summer vacation,
Dr. Hussel LItchenfels, who arrived
on Maul this week, is the now govern
ment physician at Hana. Ho has been
in tho Territory but a short time, hav
ing como to the Islands from Penn
sylvania. F. M. Correa, wife and child, re
turned to Maul this week after an ab
sence of several weeks in Honolulu.
Defoio resuming his duties m manager
of the Pioneer fiore, Mr Cotvea will
spend a few weeks with folk3 in Kula.
William McCluskey, tho new super
vising principal for Maui, arrived on
last Monday with his family from Hilo,
where tfiey had been visiting for a
row days. They have gone to house
keeping in tho Weddlck homo on Main
M. G. Paschoal, of Puunono, Maui is
in tho city. Mrs. Paschoal was oner
ated at tho Queen's hospital a week
ago and is roported as recovering
slowly. Tho Paschoals expect to re
turn to tholr Valley Island homo next
Roy. Henry P. Judd, superintendent
of Sunday Schools or tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, arrived on
Wednesday evening to attend tho Sun
day School and Christian" Endeavor
convontlon on Thursday and Friday
Ho will return homo this evening.
Police Probing Hana
Stock Poisoning Case
County Sheriff Clem Crowell spent
several days at Hann this week, pre
suniably looking into the mysterious
killing of two horses and a number of
chickens, owned by C. 0. Jacobs, from
nrsenlc polnsonlng, some weeks ago
It Is understood that thero Is no doubt
as to the nature of the malady from
which tho stock died, tho stomachs
sent to Honolulu for analysis showing
that arsenic had been tho cnuse. How
the poison got into the nnlmnls' feed
is now the question that is puzzling
a good many persons.
Edmund H. Hart was a week end
visitor to Honolulu last week.
R. P. Hose, In charge of the Lahaina
water works, was a business visitor
to Wailuku today.
Mrs. W. P. Crockett, of Wailuku, is
expected to return from the mainland
by the Manoa next week.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. Herrlck Drown, of
Haiku, leave today on the Claudine
to make their home in Honolulu.
Dan Twcedie, the subscription ngent
for the San Francisco Chronicle, made
a canvas of Maul during the week.
Miss Kathcryn Ingorsoll, who wns
connected with the Mntinaolu Semi
nary last year, has gone to the Kohala
Miss Aoo Ting, teacher at the Puu-
none school, is expected to return
from a visit to the mainland by Manoa
Miss Cleo Case will sail from Hono
lulu by the Wilhelmiun, next Wednes
day, for tho coast, where she will enter
Worth O. Aiken, Maul representa
tive of the promotion committee, at
tended his first meeting of the body
last Tuesday, returning on Wednesday
Miss Dora Duckingham, who wns re
cently appointed to be klndergartner
for tho Kahului kindergarten, arrived
this week from the coast by the Wil
Colville Robinson, of Paia, left by
the last Lurllne for the Coast where
he will enter college. With his going
the Paia baseball team loses a val
Mrs. A. F. Souza and Miss Delllnda
Souza, of Honolulu, returned to their
home last Saturday. They were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. T. Durlem, of Waiehu.
for several weeks.
County Attorney E. R. Devins vis
ited Hana this week in connection
with the two damage sufts which have
lately been filed against tho county
as a result of the recent storm In that
E. J. Walker, of Paia, who suffered
a stroke of paralysis several weeks
ago, is greatly improved, and is now
out of the hospital and Is at Puuoma
lel with Mrs. Walker, to regain his
Hlbbard Case, who has been spend
ing tho summer as a laboratory assist
ant at the Wailuku Sugar Company's
mill, will return to Honolulu next
week to resume his studies in the Col
lege of Hawaii.
Miss Ruth Edmunds, of Oberlln,
Ohio, who arrived by the Lurllno last
week, will be connected with tho Mau-
naolu Seminary as an assistant to her
aunt, Miss Heusnor. Miss Edmunds is
a trained nurse.
J. D. Dole, president of tho Hawai
ian Pineapple Company, nnd L. E. Ar
nold, superintendent of tho same con
cern, returned to Honolulu last Fri
day night after an inspection trip to
tho Haiku cannery.
George Maxwell, who for tho past
several months has been practically
blind from cataracts on both eyes,
went to Honolulu by tho Claudine on
Wednesday, where his eyes will be
operated upon, and ho will doubtless
regain his sight.
Mrs. R. S. Caldwell, sister of Mrs.
W. D. Dildwin, of Haiku, leaves today
for Honolulu, the'o to take tho Wll-
helmlna to tho Const. She will be a
companieJ by Dr. an Mis llaldwin to
Hoioluh: whoje Mis Dfldw in v i'l re
main for about a month. Dr. IJaldwin
and son Dwlght going on to California.
Victor C. Schoenberg, assistant cash
ier, in charge of the Lahaina National
Dank, expects to leave by the Manoa,
on the 14th, for n six weeks' vacation
trip to the mainland. He will bo ac
companied by his wife. This -will be
the first time that Mr. Schoenberg
has been to the Coast for nine years.
A postcard from Oakland. Califor
nia, received this week, announces
that Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Duncan, of
Kahului, will bo homo by the Manoa,
due in Kahului next Thursday. They
have been enjoying a several weeks'
vacation on tho Coast. It Is under
stood that Mrs. Charles Dlshop Dun
can, a cousin of Mr. Duncan, will
accompany them to MaUi for n visit.
M. W. Mitchell, who for tho past
rour years has been wharf superinten
dent at Kahului for tho Kahului Rail
road Company, and A. D. Gordon,
stenographer in the railroad general
oftllco for six years, loft for Honolulu
this week and will not return. Mr.
Alitchell expects to remain in Hono
lulu, but Mr. Gordon will go to the
mainland whoro ho expects to locate
Dr. George S. Aiken and his sister,
Miss Ireno Aiken, of Kahului; Maui,
Hawaii, who are making an automobile
tour of the stnte, stopped in LodI for
a short while this morning to call upon
13. M. Keeney, who was a former resi
dent of their homo town. Tho visitors
were accompanied by Miss Pearl Free
man, of Oakland, and camo down from
Jackson, Amador county, this morning.
LodI (Cal.) Sentinel.
A post card from R. A. Wadsworth,
who has been absent for several
months, making an extended tour of
tho mainland with his family, announ
ces that they have boon having a
splendid time, and were about to start
west again om outo home. David Wads
worth, however, will remain in Boston
for the winter attending school. A
considerable portion of Mr. Wads
worth's visit was spent at his old home
in Maine. Tho post card was written
from Montreal, Canaca, on tho ovo of
thoir departuro for Vancouver.
Pertinent Paragraphs 1
Tho public schools will open a week
from next Monday.
Ella Alona was yesterday in-anted n
divorce froin Eddie Alona-on grounds
Much complaint Is bolnc heard con
corning the poor mall Bcrvlce, which
is made worse by the cutting out of
GEORGE FREELAND We want to
know what part of Eurono thoso Hns
arlans hail from boforo wo ask them
to conio to Hawaii.
The Maui Telephone Company has
completed its new lines between Ka
hului nnd Pnlji nnd In iiniv .irrtrWItitr
poles between Paia and Ilniku.
The annual bazaar and sale of the
Clllircll nf tho finnrl Shonlinnl ivlll 1.
held on the evening of Saturday, Oc-
loocr -'j, at tno wniiuitu uymnnsium.
Tho roads In tho Makawao and Hal-
tfll lllnfrlnlo nrn ,riMlncy l.n.l rtn nn.
....... . n v " n uii 1
count of lack of rain a decided con
trast irom mo nau roaus or a year ago.
The new Kahului Sloro building Is
niV" mpnlvlllfr tlin OnlclilnfT Intmlme
It will probably not be occupied until
next month, after tho stock-tnkliiir Is
VOTl KAT.TV film J.linrcnnn'iinr
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine In excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
nullevs. nnd belts. Innnltn. Maul Mnuic
Office, Wailuku. tf.
Jack Hiona, Hawaiian, was given a
llsnptnlnd unnfnnpo fnr 13 ninntlia
Thursday morning, for beating his
wife. Tho Hionas live at Papohaku,
in lower Wniluku.
Knnnnlwnl. flin Tnn Vnll
the Maul Hotel, Is being rebuilt, a
commodious two-story building taking
the place of the old structures which
have been torn down.
In the matter nf llio nntnlo r V. IT
Dailey, deceased, Judge Edings yes-
terdnv nnnrnvnd nnrt nllmvnil nt.
nual accounts of the executois, W. O.
smiui anu j. u. Lufkln.
Thrnmrh n blunder nn I1in imr.f nt
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someone, a full mi I fit nf Inmi.nr v..
a new school housfe at Hamoa, Hana,
was lancieu ty tlie steamer Claudine
at Kacnae, last Tuesday.
The hnnril nf Biinnrvloot-o ,..ln
.- u '.'!'.' . ; w . j II 111 iiuui
its regular meeting beginning next
Wednesdnv. Tf la nncolltln hnt tu,,n
may be an Interesting "follow-up" on
the Kula pipe lino Investigation.
According tn RlmHfT n
tn w i w I V. i
crusade against auto speeders is to be
kent U'.l. Snilln nf 111." anonil flr.ri.1n m.
the Lahaina pall road are likely to get
u uau rery soon m; sneriir intimates.
Tho nlneannln cnniinrtoa' i-nci, io
over and tho Haiku section is now
f.ull of Filipinos and others hunting
Work. Tho miclr this vrar will rr ,
up to tho average in quantity or qual
ity. OllPfin T.lllllnlcnlnnl nolntirnloil l.ni.
77th birthday yesterday September 2.
Tho Mntson liner Mnnnn lo ilun in
arrive at Kahului, from San Francisco
via uonoiuiu, on, Thursday of next
The "Imitations !iro hnfrinnltvr tn
feel the effects of the drought. Ditch
es and reservoirs arc almost empty
and numns nro rnnnlnir lull mnnnltv
New plantings are not doing ns well
i mey miouiu
J. D. Cox. tho reepnflv nnnnlnln,!
county engineer, assumed his now du
ties on Wednesday. Sentonilier 1 iTo
visited Hana this week, and also took
a look over the roads and waterworks
In tho Kula district.
Work on the now ofllcn hnllillnrr nt
tho corner of Main and High streets
is nearly nan. The tliren bwram wlin
have taken suites in it (D. II. Case,
unos Vincent, and Eugene Murphy)
expect to move in before tho middle
of the month.
OllO Of the matters thnt In tn rnnnlva
attention from the Doard of Supervis
ors next week is the Sunday movies
question. Another is the application
01 a largo numuer or Maui citizens for
county support ior a real band for
Tho old Wharf nt TUr-firnprvr'a T.n rifl
ing, condemned on September 1, is
oeing rapiuiy uestroyea by tho heavy
surf of tho past two weeks. Much of
tho planking of tho lloor has already
been carried away, according to re
M. Naknno forfeited hnll nf tm
Agablta, a Filipino, paid $10 fine, and
Koney E. Wong Chong, a Korean
youth from Lahaina, was held ponding
an investigation as to his ago. All
were caught gambling at a pool gamo
Tho Industrial Anclilmil Ttnnrfl will
ask tho county supervisors to take
measures for having accidents to coun
ty employees reported. These are pro
tected under tho Workmen's Compen
sation Law tno same as are other
workers In tho territory.
A NOTE OF THANKS.
On Sunday last, tho 29th Instant.
some ono was kind enough to 'phono
tho Island Electric Company, Ltd.,
and Informed them that ono of tho
poles belonging to tho snid Comnanv
standing In the neighborhood of Maul
Soda & Ico Works and Knights of
Pythias Hall, was on fire. When tho
polo wns reached tho firo had already
mauo a goou-sizcu nolo in tho polo:
and, If not discovered in time. It might
have caused serious damago and con
siderable inconvenienco to tho com
pany as well as the general public. It
would appear that a cigar stump Hung
on tho road, probably by auto ridejs,
caught fire on tho dry grass nnd
spread till It reached the polo. Al
though wo endeavored to got tho namo
of the kind Informer (and friend of
tho company), tho party refused to
glvo name. Whosoever tho person
may be, the company wishes to uso
this medium to express its slncero
gratitude for such a marked favor.
ISLAND ELECTRIC CO., LTD
Dy P. E. Poroira,
Puunenes Win Best
Game of the Series
Baseball Looking up and Fans Again
Taking Heart Sucda Again Twirl-
for Pasclioal's Pets.
Standing of Teams.
P. W. L. Pet.
Paias fi 4 1 .800
Hawalls 4 2 2 .500
Puunenes G 1 4 .200
After playing tho best gamo of the
series last Sunday tho Puuncne outfit
bested Robinsons Pain Deautles by
the close score of C to 5. And it was
a reorganized Puunono team that did
the trick. Sttyeda, the crack slabster
of last season, who has been on Knual
for some time, was In the box, and
Ito, the little Japanese cntcher that
did such fine work for his team Inst
year, wns at the receiving end. This
was his first appearance this season
and he certainly did well.
Foster and Alvln Robinson formed
tho Paia battery and did fine work.
Fifteen of the Puunene batters took
the count along the strike out route,
but tho wind which blew rather strong
Sunday, was responsible for Infield
lilts being turned into Texas leaguers
for both sides.
Dr. Doote umpired to the p!ear,-jre
and satisfaction of nil. He speeded
the players up some, nnd this was ap
preciated by the fans, who have stood
the lagging manner of tho teams long
enough. Few, if any games, havo
started on time and the delays be
tween Innings havo resulted In the
games often taking over two hours to
play. If a little ginger Is put into the
playing and all delays possible aro
avoided there is no doubt that better
attendances will result.
Geo. Cummlngs' Colts will meet the
ruunenes Sunday afternoon and a
lively tussle will ensue.- If the Puu
nenes are victorious It means that the
Palas are champions, while if tho Ha
walls win they will again meet I bo
Palas, and should they win with them,
each of these teams will havo lost two
games, and be tied for first place in
the second series. A play-off will en
sue and the winner will then meet tho
Puunenes for the championship of the
senson and the cup.
No ono doubts tho strength of the
new Puunene team, and it is admitted
that by tho loss of some players tho
Hawalls havo been weakened. Still.
as baseball luck is considered by mnny
as a strong factor, Cummlngs may bo
wearing a charmed rabbit's foot, and
take Sunday's game. The Puunenes
will bo out to win and will bo thero
with hells on.
New Superintendent for
J. K, Kahue, generally known as
Kaikai", is the new superintendent
of the Makawao waterworks. The ap
pointment was made this week by
Chairman S. E. Knlama, and took ef
fect on the first of the month. Kahuo
succeeds Alonzo Jnckson, whose re
moval was recommended by the spec
ial investigation committee, which re
ported to the supervisors last month.
Tho now superintendent was formerly
a Iuna for tho Haiku Ranch, and r,as
a reputation of being an able man.
Ho will work under the direction of
tho county engineer.
Record Breaking Surf
At Lahaina This Week
According to some of the residents
of Lahaina, the surf all along tho
southern coast of the Island has been
heavier this week than has been
known for years. Yesterday tho waves
woro breaking all about tho Lahaina
landing, while McGregor's was at
times almost hidden by a smother of
foam. On the Wailuku side of Olo
walu tho county road was flooded in
many places, sometimes to a depth
of several feet. Tho sea Is calmer
today, It is reported, and it is likely
that tho Mauna Kea will bo able to
mako her regular stop tonight.
Not Arrested But Says
Speed Limit too Low
Editor "Maul News":
Through some misunderstanding
my namo appeared In the list of thoso
fined for speeding last week, as pub
lished In your issuo of August 28th.
Tho fact is that ono of my drivers was
fined, but tho undersigned was not
among those who were charged with
violating tho speed ordinance.
As ono who has been In tho auto
mobile rent service in Wailuku for
years and proposes to remain in tho
snmo business, I desire to Btnte that
I consider tho speed limit between
tho function of Main and Mill streets
and tlm power houso as rather low,
and believe it should bo increased to
twenty miles an hour.
If tho Doard would removo certain
obstructions to tho vlow on the abovo
mentioned road, driving thero would
bo perfectly safe at 20 miles.
Thanking you- for your space, I rc
"Tho team is playing pretty good
nan tneso days."
"Yos, thoy'vo practically got over
tho offects of their spring training
Pair of eye-glasses, rimless, gold
mounted, Wailuku sido of Waikanu.
Howard, If returned to Maul News
McCluskey Has New
Ideas of Education
Ability to Do Something With Some
thing, His Definition of Education
Teaching in Abstract Wrong.
William McCluskey, tho now super
vising principal of Maul, who returned
to the islnnds two weeks ago after
spending two years :n North Carolina
as superintendent of schools In Chnr
lotto county, that state, was a visitor
last week in Hilo. Mrs. McCluskey,
who Is tho daughter or juuge Lyman,
of Hilo, wns with him.
Mr. McCluskey was formerly prin
cipal of tho Papalkou school, and is
well acquainted on the Dig Islnnd. In
nn iutervicw with tho Hilo Tribune,
ho expressed some of his views con
cerning educational matters. He is
quoted as follows:
Glad To Be Back.
"Of course I am glad to be back."
declared Principal McCluskey with
emphasis when he reached Hilo. "I
would have been willing to havo come
back the day after 1 reached North
Carolina," ho added. He, however,
expresses himself ns pleased with tho
new experience ho has had in the
youth, and of a gioat fondness for tne
While away ho has devoted himself
to educational study and comes back
to the Islands imbued with new ideas.
Ho says he learned a lot about educa
tion while in the south because of that
section's great lack of effective edu
cation. His Definition For Education.
Ho defines education as "tho ability
to do something witli something," as
n result of his broader study of the
methods of his profession. Slowly,
hut gradually," ho says, "educators
aro getting away from teaching ab
stract Ideas and are teaching con
He declares that the practice of
teaching abstract Ideals has come
down to the teachers from the middle
ages and that tho average child Is not
competent to grasp abstract Ideas.
Neither does he think it practical, or,
to como back to his definition of edu
cation, It does not equip the scholar
to "do something with something."
Manual Training Not Example.
Asked If, in his opinion, manual
training taught concrete Ideas ho said
that it did not. "That is teaching
some one to do something with the
hands. There is no connection be
tween that nnd tho Intellect."
"Teaching abstract Ideas is like
teaching tho young Africans the In
cantations of their race. The children
learn the incantations, but they do not
know what they mean. That Is the
fault of our methods of teaching to
day. Tho scholar learns the 'Incan-
tntlons of tho middle ages, but it is
of little value to him."
Teachers Have Abstract Minds.
'Those who grasp the abstract
ideas become tho priests the teach-,
ers of today and the practice of
teaching abstract Ideas continues. The
teachers havo an abstract mind while
many of the scholars have concrete
minds. The teaching profession, like
many others, sticks to old methods
and is slow to change," Principal Mc
Cluskey said with some heat, after ho
had got thoroughly warmed up to his
subject. Dut he concluded with the
statement that tho methods of teach
ing were chnnglng, even though slow
ly. Visited Canada.
Principal McCluskey and his wife
and children left North Carolina in
Juno nnd havo been traveling since.
They made a trip to Canada and were
In Now York when the Lusitanla was
torpedoed. "Thero was great excite
ment thero then," ho says. After
leaving Now ork they came to Call-
will soon visit Maui
with many beautiful
articles especially se
lected for the Holi
Mail Changes Will
Cutting Out of McGregors Makes
Hours Difference in Time of Carry:
ing Mail to Lahaina Boats.
On nccount of the condemning of
McGregor's Landing by the board of
harbor commissioners, ns noted In
these columns last week, the mail to
connect with tho Mauna Kea, Mauna
Loa and Mlkahala, have been consid
erably altered. In some Instances
the changes made will bo seriously ln-j
convenient to central Maul people.
For instance, tho mall for Honolulu,
which formerly closed at Wailuku
postolllco at 8:30 o'clock on Friday
evenings, now closes at 4 p. m. Here
tofore tbero has been a morning deliv
ery of mall from Wniluku to Lahaina
but now this Is done nwny with, and
all goes at ono time 4 o'clock.
The official schedule was received
by Postmaster Costa this week. It
From September 1, 1915, service be
tween Wniluku and McGregor's Land
ing will be discontinued, and the fol
lowing schedule between Wailuku nnd
Lahaina will bo effective:
Schedule Between Wailuku and
Leave Wailuku, Monday on receipt
of mall from Train 7 (K. R. R.) at
1 p. m.
Leavo Wailuku. Tuesday and Wed
nesday on receipt of mall, from Train
3 (K. R. R. ) at,8:4! a. m.;
Leave Wailuku, Thursday on receipt
of mail from Train 3 (K. R. R.) at 8:45
a. m., except tho Thursday that steam
er Mauna Loa or substitute is duo to
'eave Lahaina for Honolulu, then to
leave on receipt of mall from Train 7
(K. R. R.) at 4:00 p. m.;
Leavo Wailuku, Friday and Satur
day on receipt of mall from Train 7
(K. R. R.) at 4:00 p. m.;
Arrive at Lahaina In 4V6 hours.
Leavo Lahaina, Sunday on receipt of
mall from steamer Mauna Kea or sub
stitute from Hilo, not later than 9 a.m.
Leave Lahaina, Tuesday at 9 a. m.,
except the Tuesday that steamer Mau
na Loa or suTistltuto is duo to arrive,
then to leavo on receipt of mall from
Leavo Lahaina, Wednesday at ( a.
m or on receipt of mail from steamer
Mlkahala or substitute, duo to arrive
Leave Lahaina, Wednesday p. m.,
on receipt of mail from steamer Mau
nn Kea or substitute, duo to arrive
Leave Lahaina, Thursday at 9 a. m.
Leave Lahaina, Friday at 9 a. m., ex
cept tho Friday that steamer Mauna
Loa or substitute is duo to arrive from
Honolulu, then to leave on receipt of
mall from that steamer.
Arrive at Wailuku In 4V6 hours.
Next Monday Is Labor Day. The
Dally Wiroless will bo issued on that
day, but aside from this the mechanlf
al force of the Maul News will observe
the day as a holiday.
FOR SALE: Ono 4-horsepowor
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maui News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
fornla, where they spent n week see
ing the exposition.
Principal McCluskey will leave for
Maul the last of tho month as he
wants to get in touch with his now
field before school begins. He nnd
Mrs. McCluskey will mako their homo