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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915.
IL Personal Mention
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Scabury Short Is spoiullug a vaca
tion In Honolulu.
Mrs. C. W. Gerner ana children ar
rived from Honolulu last Saturday.
Mrs. A. M. Drown returned to Hono
lulu on Monday after visiting at Ma
Miss Olive Vllllcrs will depart for
Honolulu tomorrow to enter Ptinahou
Miss Llicv Riclinrcson. nf Wnllnlrn.
Is homo from a several weeks trip to
Charles Onv Is nn nvnnptml nnoonn
jter from the' coast on the Matsonia
Harry English Is expected homo
next weeu irom a visit to tho expo
Mrs. drnre D. Union nf tho TVTniinn
olu seminary, has returned from a vibit
10 ino coast.
.1. E. Gannon, manager of the La
haina Store, was a business visitor to
Honolulu this -week.
A. F. Tavares, manager of tho Maul
Pineapple Company, is in Honolulu
.I., , . .
wus wefK on ousiness.
John Fassoth. lnnnntrnr nf tlio Klnn
hulu Sugar Company, was In Wailuku
mis wcck on uusinoss.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Herrick Brown, of
ivuinna, nave moved to Honolulu to
maiie tneir tuturo home.
Otto Derndt, deptuy U. S. internal
revenue collector, is on Haul this
weeic on oinciai business.
Mrs. Laura Sahnv. Innrlmr n(
Spreckclsville, returned by tho Manoa
irom a visit to tne mainland.
Mrs. H. Kinburg, of Haiku, was tho
guest of Mrs. Clarence White at
Sandat, during tho past week.
Mrs. A. C. Wheeler returned to her
home in Honolulu last Friday evening,
after a short visit with friends ok
A. C. Rattray, cashier of the Kahu
lul Railroad Company, wont to Hono
lulu last week to spend a few weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin are duo
to arrive home by the Matsonia from
several weeks spent in touring on the
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Campbell, of Puu
nene, who havo been spending a vaca
tion on the coast, are expected homo
FOIt SALE: One 4-horsepo;ver
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maui News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
W. F. J. Dale, of Kahului, returned
by the Ventura this week from a trip
to tho coast. He is looking much bet
ter for his vacation.
Mrs. Hilmer.who has been substl
v tuting as librarian at Wailuku, return
ed this week to Lahainaluna to re
sume her work there.
Miss Amelia Tarn Yau, a teacher in
Makawao school, returned homo this
morning from a visit to tho exposi
tion In San Francisco.
It. A Wadsworth and wife, who have
been spending the summer on the
mainland, are expected homo by the
Matsonia next Tuesday.
D. II. Case and Enos Vincent, Wai
luku attorneys, are in Honolulu this
week to argue a number of cases be
.foro the Supreme Court.
Rev. R. B. Dodge and family will
leave tomorrow for Honolulu, from
whence they will sail for the coast
for an extended vacation.
M. R. Pereira, foreman of the Maui
Publishing Company, returned on Yv ed
nesday evening from a several days'
business trip to Honolulu.
George S. Raymond, inspector gen
eral of public schools, returned to Ho
nolulu Monday night after spending a
few days vacation on Molokai.
. Mrs. A. C. Hill, of the staff of (he
Wailuku public school, rcturned'homc
by the Ventura this week from spend
ing her vacation on tho coast.
Miss Aoo V. Ting, of tho teaching
staff of tho Puunene school, returned
today from a several weeks visit to
San Francisco and other points on the
James Groves, son of George Groves,
of Keanae, is in the Paia hospital,
where he was recently operated upon
for hernia. He is recovering nicely at
Miss Dorothy Wood and Miss Norah
Gardner, who have been the house
guests of Mrs. C. D. Lufkln, or Wailu
ku, returned to Honolulu on last
Rev. H. P. Judd, whe attended the
Sunday School and Christian Endeav
or convention in Wailuku last week,
returned to Honolulu on Friday even
ings Mauna Kea.
Georgo Groves, of Keanae, was in
Wailuku several days this week. He
accompanied two of his children who
left on Wednesday for Honolulu to
Miss Cleo Case left Wal'.uku Mon
day night for Honolulu where she took
passage for the coast on tho Wilhel
mina, on Wednesday. She will enter
Mills Instituto for tho year.
Mrs. C. McPheo and Miss McPhee,
mother and sister of Angus McPhee,
arrived by tho Manoa from their homo
in Wyoming, They were accompanied
from Honolulu by Mr. McPhee.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Livingston
and children, of Kulaha, loft last Fri
day evening for Honolulu, where Ml.
Livingston will bo connected with Pu
nahou academy duilng the coming
Mr. and Mrs. D. Fischer, of Hono
lulu, made tho ascent of Ha'.eakala
last Saturday, returning homo Mon
day evening. Mr. Fischer Is connect
ed with tho Quartermaster's Depart
ment of the army.
J. IC. Bal, of Hackfeld & Company,
IIllo, spent several days this week vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E,
Bal, of Wailuku. Mr. Bal is enjoying
a short vacation, a portion of which
ho will spend In Honolulu.
Maui Man Has Praise
For Public Utilities Board
Wnlakoa, August 27, 1915.
Editor "Maul News":
Some time hack there appeared
brief news items about a Mam man
who had lodged a complaint with tho
Public Utilities Commission in regard
to a charge made by tho Maui Tele
phone Company. It may interest your
readers to know the detnils and the
outcome or that matter.
The company installed my phono on
the sixth of the. month and charged
for the whole month. I objected to
paying the seventy cents for the first
six days on tho ground that I "ought
not to be charged for service I had
not received, no matter how trifling
I he amount. The company wrote me
stating that It was their rule to charge
for the full month If the phone was
installed before the firteenth, nnd to
make no charge Tor the month If the
phone was Installed after tho fifteenth.
I submitted tho matter to tho Com
mission. The Commission wrote the
telephone company about it. Tho com
pany Replied acknowledging the rule,
but changing the day to tho tenth.
The Commission then wrote me stat
ing, "The reply of tho telephone com
pany was carefully considered by tho
Commission, and it is or the opinion
that tho charge made by the company
As to tho reasonableness of the rule
each of your readers will form his own
opinion. iPersonally. I still find it
hard to see why I should pay for what
I do not get because someone else
gets what ho does not pay for.
Asuie irom tho merits of the case
I want to call the attention of vour
readers to what I regard as a very
hopeful sign in tho fact that tho Pub
lic Utilities Commission gave this mat
ter Its attention at all. In my parti
cular case it involved just seventy
cents. Upon receipt of the complaint
tho Commission wrote mo that it
would be considered at Its next meet
After that meeting It wrote mo that
it had written the company, and fin
ally after reaching its decision it
wrote me what It was and sent a copy
of the answer of the company. And
all this occurred within a month. Such
prompt and thorough attention to a
small matter, and that based on .he
complaint of a private citizen with no
inlluence, Is a bright ray of hope for
tho small man In Hawaii.
EDWIN C. MOORE.
New Kauai Cannery
Finishes First Season
LIHUE, Kauai, September 7. The
new Kapaa pineapplo cannery com
pleted Its first season's run last week,
turning out a total of 18,000 cases or
fruit in a little less than three months.
Manager Albert Horner is well pleased
with the season's business. The now
Machinery has operated smoothly.
without trouble of any kind and with
out accidents. The machines were put
to woric as soon as they were installed
and havo come through in good con
dition. The next season will begin early in
Dei ember, when more pines will be
ripened and ready for handling than
were disposed of in the season last
ended. Tho entire output thus far was
contracted for henco the company had
no worry concerning a market for its
New Power Boat Coming
For Kahului Railroad
Kahului harbor will soon boast a
new cruiser-yacht, the Albers, which
was purchased at Seattle on August
17 by Alexander &. Baldwin from the
Albers "rotners Milling Company for
The Albers, which was built 18
months ago at Seattle, has' a length
or 50 Teet, a beam or 10 Toot G inches
and is equipped with a 40 liorso-power
lour-cylindcr engine. Tho boat will
bo used as a pleasure and business
The Albers is now undergoing over
hauling and repairs at tho West Seat
tle p'ant of King and Wlnge. She will
be shipped to Kahului on one of tho
MnU'on Navigation Company .i stuni
shlp3 in lliL ncii; future. 3 i . Hill
Mrs. Mary Pereira having left my
bed and board I will not herearter be
responsible Tor any debts contracted
by her in my name.
Wailuku, September 10, 1915. tf.
Mrs. W. H. Field is visiting friends
In Honolulu this week.
O. Tollefson.of Molokai, was a visit
or In Wailuku several days this week.
Misses Florence Wood, Estelle Roe,
and Edith Livingston left Monday to
take tho ditch trail trip to TIana.
Joel S. Cox, county engineer, was
on Molokai this week making inspec
tion of public works on that Inland.
Rev. J. Charles Villiers and daugh
ter, Miss Olive, leave this evening for
Honolulu, where Miss Villiers will en
C. C. Clark, of tho Schuman Car
riage Company, is on Maui demons
trating tho now 191C Oldsmobilo and
W. S. Boeman, principal of tho Maul
Central High school, returned homo by
tho Manoa today from a several
months' visit to tho Coast. Mrs. Bee
man, who Is visiting relatives In tho
East, will not return for somo time.
Tho children of Senator and Mrs.
W. T. Robinson will return to Wailu
ku, Maui, in tho Claudino this after
noon. Mrs. Robinson will remain in
the city a few weeks longer with her
daughter, Miss Eva Robinson. P. C.
The board of supervisors Is holding
its monthly meeting this week.
A new butcher shop is soon to bo
"i'" AituiYu in IY1JI, Ol lvailU
The public schools of the territory
win open tor tneir lau term next Mon
Police officer Thnnins 71 rnu'ii will
turn to duty tomorrow morning after
a ten nays vacation.
Kulaha Wnmnn'a ninli lml,i n
joynblo meeting at tho home of Mrs.
vj. u. james, yesterilay nrternoon.
Tho schooners Lizzie Vance nnd W
H. Smith are linlli unlnnrllnn- ln ..
goes or lumber in Kahului harbor this
Rev. Mr. Cockcroft, of Lahalna, will
preach at tho Church of tho Good
Shepherd on Sunday morning sen ice
at ix o ciocif.
Drawinc nf trrnml Irlni 1
October term of circuit cort, will fake
niare on inursuay, September 23, in
me waiitiKu court House.
Field Work on tbn snrvnv nf nnnM.n..
nine oi me lutia main road extension,
nas neon completed, and is ready for
me convict lorce to construct.
Work is to bo started very shortly
ii iue man juiiu engineers, in mak
ing a survey nro'lmtnnrv tn n,r
struction of the now Lahainaluna
The county nntrlnonr 1m a i-onr,
mended the purchase or another 3-ton
auto truck Tor the Wailuku district,
tho present truck being badly needed
in uiu iviiiiaina district.
Some heavy showers Inst Wool.- nml
the first part or this week in tho Hai
ku district has broken what was be
coming a serious drought. The roads
are sun in good condition.
The work or laying out the new Ma
kawao homestead lnls liolmv ni;,in
progressing rapidly under direction ot
engineer u. u. Newton, of tho gov
ernment survey office.
County Engineer Cox has made rec
ommendation to the Board of Super
visors that arrangements bo made to
havo drags used regularly on the
earth roads of the county.
Some of the local .T.n
ing Health Inspector Osmer to explain
wny a Japanese picnic in Iao Valley
is any more likely to contaminate tho
Wailuku water stinnlv than n Wou-nii.
By an agreement entered into on
August 27, tho Kipahulu Sugar Com
pany. Limited, under He now m .in.
aeomont. will rnnllniin to mnr-i.-ot sio
product as heretorore through H.
nacuieiu & uompany.
A call has been Issuer! in Tlnv viUa
E. Pleasant, of Ballentine, Mont., to
occupy the pulpit or tho Kahului Union
iiurcn. riie new pastor is expected
to arrive with his fnntnv nlinnt iiio
first ot December.
Mrs. L. C. Jones hns linnn nnnolntoil
librarian or tho Wailuku Library As
sociation which nn?t. 1ms h nnn torn.
porarlly filled by Mrs. Hilmer, of La
halna. Mrs. Jones will live at the
Alexander Settlement House.
Comnlnint has been mnrlo hv rooonf
visitors to the summit of Heleakala,
that tho concrete rnni
rest house leaks. It is probable that
steps will be taken at onco by tho
committee to have tho roof properly
Richard Lilllco. sfntlnn no-out nt iV,o
Wailuku depot, has been transterred
to .ivanuiui as wnartmaster at tho
Claudine whart, succeeding M. W.
Mitchell, who has left Maui. A per
manent station agent at Wailuku has
not yot been appointed.
Before leavlnir fnr linmo iio ati
- ti i,, .I1UIU'
kai singers, last Saturday evening
f ei unaueu iur. anu jurs. u. D. Lufkin.
Mr. Lurkin had assisted them in their
concerts as a cornet soloist. Early
in the evening they were entertained
by Sheriff Crowell, at his home.
AbOUt flftV Flllnlnn lnhnrora o ll,
Waikapu division of tho Wailuku Su-
Kir company's plantation are threat
ening to go on strike because they
claim thev worn nrnmlcod ton
month in place of their contracts, but
mat tney nave been given but $18.
In honor of Senntnr .T.nnna t. rT,
of Honolulu, Hawaiian singers at a
theatre in Marshfleld, Oregon, sang
one of his campaign songs during their
appearance thero in July. Tho conn.
was "Maui no ka Oi," which means
uie oest mere is in tho island of
Maul." Coast Exchange.
After the first nf thn mnnti, n,
board of health's order against tho uso
oi mo nxeu stopper soda water bottle
goes into effect. It is claimed that this
hottlo 13 unsanitary and cannot bo
properly cleaned.. Tho board is in
clined to ascribe the spread of various
diseases to its use. Only bottles with
patent crimp caps are to bo used.
Tho Molokai singers cleared about
$130 on iholr four nf Muni lnet nronk
Which Will CO towards dftfrnvin tl-nl
expenses to Hilo next year, whero they
win ueienu tne oanner they havo held
ior two years, ucsiues this their Ka
hului concert nntfncl nhont inn
was donated towards tho exponses of
ino ai am sunuay school convention
Tho worst sections of tho road bet
ween Wailuku and Lahaina havo now
been eliminated under tho direction
of District Overseer Decoto. Through
Olowalu, and through tho marsh sec
tion in that vicinity, a splendid oiled
thoroughfare now keeps automobiles
out of tho water when tides aro hlgli,
besides making travel much more
By a special servico arrangement
made with Mount & Company, of Wai
luku, purchasers of automobiles hand
led by tho Schuman Carriage Com
pany will hereafter be able to got
their repair work dono free of cost to
them, up to a limited amount. Tho
amount of freo servico to bo glvon
will bo from 10 to 25 hours, according
to tho prico of tho ear purchased, the
object being to put customers on Maui
on the same basis as thoso in Honolulu.
The following big features will bo
played nt the Valley Isle Theatre the
"The Fnlry and tho Wnlf," a World
film production with Mary Miles,
Percy Helton, and Will Archie in lead
ing roles, a'l of them well known and
popular movie stars, nnd will not fail
to delight tho children, and nt the
same time tho grown-ups will be held
spellbound by the magnificent acting
and tho Interest of tho plot based on
events unacted at tho front by the
men of the warring nations in llio
present gigantic struggle.
"Aro You a Mason?" witli John Bar
rymore in sensational, farce-comedy
one of the greatest triumphs of the
American stage of today.
"M'Llss," expected hero next week
is another big five reel feature by tho
World Film Company, with Barbara
Tennant and Howard Estabrook. This
Schubert features presents a young
girl, Melissa Smith, an orphan, who
talis in love with the school master.
"Pretty Mrs. Smith" is another five
reel feature of absorbing interest.
"Tho Lone Star Rush," featuring
the rush to the great Australian gold
fields, and "Jack Chanty," a five-reel
act by the Masterpiece Film Co., pre
senting Max Flgman and supported by
Lolita Robertson, will comprise big
features of exceptional beauty and
magnificence of staging.
The Vnlloy Isle will continue secur
ing theso costly features for Its pa
trons who havo shown their hih ap
preciation ot theso high class motion
pictures by their presence. The Pio
neer, Lahaina, will also play these
reatures, and that ancient royal town
has been keeping abreast of tho times
in their appreciation of theso highly
educational and instructive pictures.
It may bo of Interest to the public to
know that each reel contains 1000 feet
originally costing a dollar a foot, or
$5000 a feature.
Thero will bo seven reels played at
the Valley Isle this Friday evening.
Tomorrow evening, Zudora or the 20
Million Dollar Mystery will Tie screen
ed with fivo other good reels. II. Mar-
colle, the scenic sign painter, who has
been In town this week, has painted a
few more signs on the ad curtain.
WILL ANSWER CHARGES ON
Judge W. A. McKay went to Hono
lulu dn Wednesday's Claudine whero
ho will appear before tho Supremo
Court next Monday morning, at ten
o'clock-to answer tho chnrges mndo
against him by attorney Murphy, who
seeks to have him removed as district
magistrate of Wailuku. Murphy char
ges the magistrate with forgery and
embezzlement in a number of small
matters, with the object, ho avers, of
prejudicing tho civil cause or Murphy
vs. McKay, now in tho courts.
Sept. 4. K. Kahalohoe, 45 yearr,, to
Keleka Kanepaina, 40 years, both ot
Puunene. Ceremony by Rev. X K.
Sept. G. Julio Atiensa, 2S years, Fi
lipino, to Maria Pineda, 38 years, Fili
pino, both ot Waikapu. Ceremony by
Rev. L. B. Kaumehelwa.
Honolulu. Sept. 7. A. C. Rattray.
British, and Miss B. J. Drinklo, Amer
ican. Entered of Record
KIPAHULU SUGAR CO, LTD with
II Hackleld & Co, Ltd; to act as
agent tor tho Kipahulu Sugar Co,
Ltd. Aug 27, 1915.
DICK-K DIAMOND to Launia (w);
Hit in various pes land, Hawaii, Ma
ui, Lanai, Molokai and Oahu, and int
in lands in Ter of Hawaii. Aug
25, 1915. $10.
'Our telephone girl tells me she
has broken her engagement."
"Ah; a case with her oi ring off."
n the Circuit C'burt of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice of Drawing of Grand and
Notice is hereby given that tho
drawing of Grand and Trial Jurors to
servo and act as such during tho Oc
tober, 1915, Term of the Circuit Court,
of the Second Circuit, Territory or Ha
waii, will take place in tho Court
ltoom ol said Court, at Wailuku. Is-
land and County oi Maui, Territory
or Hawaii, on Thursday, the 23rd day
of September, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock
n tno lorenoon of said day.
(Sd.) w. S. EDINGS.
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk. Circuit Court of tho
September 10, 17, 1915.
Tho encacemont of Miss Aimm
Wllisler to Mr. T. Desmond Cnlllns
has been announced. Both nro popu
lar young Wailuku people. Tho mar
riage will probably not take place for
According to Health Inspector Os
mer, thero is ono caso of dipfherla in
Wailuku, tho patient boing a child of
a Japaneso tinsmith on Market street.
Thero aro a number of cases of the
disease in Puunono also.
Beginning next Wednesday, Head
Worker L. R. Mathows, will open a
class In tho Alexander Houso Gymna
sium for business men. A women's
class will also bo started beginning
Saturday afternoon. It is also plan
ned to reserve tho swimming tank, ono
ovening each week, for married coup
les, as soon as conditions permit tho
tank's boing filled.
Report of tho Condition of
THE BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK OF KAHULUI
'At Kahului, in the Territory of Hawaii, at the close of business,
September 2, 1915.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts. Recured. JG15.00: unsecured. $288.07
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value)? 25,000.00
Premium on U. S. bonds 593.55
Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to securo postal
savings doposits 1,000.00
Bonds, securities pledged ns collateral for State, or
other deposits or bills payable (postal excluded) . . 13,550.86
Other bonds loaned 100.00
Total bonds, securities, etc
Banking house, none; furniture nnd fixtures, $3,453.26
Duo from approved reserve agents in other reserve
Duo from banks and bankers (other than Included In
8 or 9)
Outside checks and other cash Items 22,2C9.44
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 21C.00
Notes of other national banks
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates 4
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than
5 per cent on circulation)
Capital stock paid In
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid; . . .
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit duo In less than 30 days...
Cashier's checks outstanding
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured
by Item 4d o! '.'Resources
' Certificates ot deposit duo on or
Doposits subject to 30 or more
Territory of Hawaii, County of Maul, ss:
I, D. C. LINDSAY, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
D. C. LINDSAY, Cashier.
H. W. RICE, )
W. S. NICOLL, Directors.
WM. WALSH, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sth day of September, 1915.
E. R. BEVINS,
Report of tho Condition of
THE LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK
At Lahaina, in the Territory of Hawaii, at tho close ot business,
September 2, 1915.
Loans and discounts $ 99,800.41
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $20.25 20.25
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) $ 6,250.00 6,250.00
Bonds other than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure postal
savings deposits 1,000.00
Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for State, or
other deposits or bills payable (postal excluded).. 10,870.00
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged .'. 13,395.45
Total bonds, securities, etc 31,265.45
Banking house, none; furniture and fixtures, $1,400.00. . 1,400.00
Other Real Estate Owned, (Bank Site) 4,500.00
Due from approved reserve agents in other rebOi'.e
Due from banks and bankers (other than included in
8 or 9) 5,704.97
Outsido checks and other cash items 38.40
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 210.97 249.37
Lawtul money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates 29,511.20
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than
5 per cent on circulation) 312.50
Capital stock paid In ' $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund 10,000.00
Undivided profits -. 1,622.89
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid.' 778.88 844.01
Circulating notes 6,250.00
Individual deposits subject to check 119,393.37
Certificates of deposit eluo in less than 30 days.. 2,549.06
Certified checks 30.00
Postal savings deposits 162.72
State, county, or other municipal doposits secured
by item id of "Resources" 10,198.69 132,333.84
Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 8,369.98
Total '. $182,797.83
Territory of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier of tho above-named bank, do solemnly swl'ar
that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D, LUFKIN, Cashier.
W. L. DECOTO, )
C. H. COOKE, I Directors.
R. A. WADSWORTH, )
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 9 th day of September, 1915.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Second Judicial District, Territory of Hawaii.
Higher Court Finds
In Favor of Borba
William A. McKay, district magis
trate ot Wailuku, Maui, was reversed
by the supreme court yesterday in the
caso ot A. Borba, trading as tho Cen
tral Store, against David Kaina, dc
rendant, and Charles Wilcox, auditor
of tho County of Maui, garnisheo. In
concluding its decision the supremo
court says: "Tho judgment is reversed
with cost of appeal to appellant nnd
the cause Is remanded to tho district
court with direction to enter a judge
ment in faor of tho plaintiff for tho
sum of thirteen dollars with attorneys
commissions and costs of tho action
incurred in tho district court." Ad
vertiser. SPENDING HONEYMOON ON MAUI.
Guests to tho wedding of Miss Leo
nora Franca nnd Mr. Antonio S. Ca
pellas fairly jammed tho Catholic ca
thedral at 7:30 o'clock Saturday eve
ning." After the church ceremony a
largely attended reception was given
at tho homo of tho bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Franca on Laimi road,
Nuuanu. Mr .and Mrs. Capellas left
today on the Claudino to spend a
week on Maul. Tney will also sponrt a
wook at IIllo boforo returning to Ho
nolulu to reside. Star-Bulletin.
atter 30 days...
OLOWALU NOW PROPOSED
AS SOUTH COAST LANDING
E. Hanoberg, of Olowalu, In a letter
to the Maul Nows calls attention to
tho Olowalu lauding as being safo
when it is too rough to land at La
haina. Mr. Haneberg thinks that Olo
walu might well bo made use of as
an emergency landing, since ho says
it is rare that ships' boats cannot work
at that point. Georgo H. Dunn,
wharfma3ter at Lahaina, states that
tho chief objection to Olowalu Is that
the water thero is too shallow.
In Honolulu, on Tuesday of this
week. Miss Beulah Drlnkle, of Wai
luku, and Mr. A. C. Rattray, of -Kahului,
were married. Tho wedding
was a very quiet affair. The young
couplo is expected homo tomorrow,
when they will go to housekeeping
in the houso in Kahului formerly oc
cupied by E. B. Bevlns. Miss Drinklo
was formerly kmdergartner at tho
Alexander House Settlement. Mr. Rat
tray is ono of tho prominent young
business men of Maul, boing cashier
of tho Kahului Railroad Company.
Cards announcing tho marriage were
received by Maul friends today. Mr.
and Mrs. Rattray will bo at homo
alter October 1.