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6 " THE MAUI NEWS,. FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 24, 1915.
13. It. Bevins, county attorney, spent
n uny at Mann tills week on coumy
T. D. Lvons, deputy tav assessor,
has reiinrcd Irom u business trip to
13. K. Lnrrison. of the U. S. hydro
graphic survey, is on Maul this week
on official business.
H. A. It. Austin, of the hydrographlr
mrv-py force, is on Maul this wool; on
W. O. Smith returned to Honolulu
on Saturday after a few days spent
Ht Pain and Ilaninkuapoko.
C. K. Hemcnway, of tho legal de
partment of Alexander & Baldwin, was
tt visitor on Maui this week.
Mrs. W. T. Robinson returned home
Wednesday evening from Honolulu
whore t'he has been for several weeks.
Manuel 0. I'atchoal, police officer
of Puunene, returned homo on Wed
nesday trom a business trip 'o Hono
lulu. J. H. Kunewa, tax assessor for Mnul
is expected to return next week from
h several weeks vacation trip to the
Superintendent H. W. Kinney, of
the school department, arrived from
Honolulu and is looking into school
matters on different parts of Maul.
W. H .Field left last evening for
Honolulu. He will join the Maui dele
gation to the Civic Convention on
Kauual, in that city on Saturday morn
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Collins, of Ha
makuapoko, were passengers to Hono
lulu by the Mauna Kta on Monday
Mrs. F. G. Krauss, who has been
visiting on the coast for tho past two
months, is expected the first wet'k
C. E. Barter, superintendent of the
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company, re
turned on Tuesday from a brief busi
ness trip to Honolulu.
. Miss Nina O. Dyers, of Honolulu,
who has been visiting on Maui for the
past week, is now the guest of Mrs.
Annie Howell, at Kuiaha.
J. H. Nelson, of the Maui Soda &
Ice Works, left by the Matsonia this
week for a trip to the exposition. Ho
will be back about the first of Novem
ber. August and Manuel Pombo spent
several days in Honolulu last week,
returning with a new automobile
which has been put in the rent ser
vice. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gay, who re
cently returned from an extended vis
it to the coast, arrived on Maui Wed
nesday evening, enroute to their na
. FOU SALE: One 4-horsepower
Falrbanks-Morso gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maul News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
W. S. Chillingworth returned homo
Wednesday evening 'vom Honolulu
where he was called as a witness in
tho Judge McKay investigation case
in tho supremo court.
W. P. Naquin and Mr. Fish, of the
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' cxperim"iit
station staff, are visiting the Wailukii
plantation this week in connection
with their scientific investigation.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Taylor, of Wai
luku, who had expected to leave next
week for tho mainland to make their
future home, will probably not get
away until somo time in October.
Mrs. It. A. Wadsworth, who stopped
in Honolulu for a week on. her way
homo from a tour of the mainland
with her family this summer, return
ed to Wailuku on Tuesday's Claudlne.
George O. Cooper, tho genial "Mayor
of Hana," was an arrival In Wallutai
on Wednesday's Claudlne. He will
join the Maul delegation 'to the Civic
Convention, which leaves for Kauai
Mrs. Cora C. Gossin, formerly libra
rian at tho Wailuku library, but who
has been teaching at Hamakuapoko,
has resigned her position and l"'ft
this week for the coast. She will
probably not return.
Enos Vincent, tho Wailuku attorney,
spent several days in Honolulu ths
week, being called there as a witness
in connection with tho case against
Judge McKay, brought in the Supremo
Court by Attorney Eugeno Murphy.
HAMAKUAPOKO, Sept. 23. Henry
W. Kinney, Superintendent of Public
Instruction, is spending a few days on
Maul. He arrived by tho Claudlne on
Mrs. C. C. Gossin, a former well
known resident of Wailuku, has been
called to tho coast by tho serious ill
ness of her sister. Mrs. Gossin had
accepted a position as teacher in the
public school at Hamakuapoko but
had been there only a few days. She
loft for Oklahoma City on Tuesday by
tho China, and at tho present time
has no expectation of returning to
Maui. Her many friends are sorry to
soe her leavo the Islands.
The girls of tho Maui High school
havo started their basket-hall season
and havo arranged an inter class ser
ies. On Wednesday, September 21,
tno sopnomores defeated tho Fresh
mon by the score of 16 to 8. Miss
Walker of tho sonior team, played
with tho Sophomores, as they wore
short a player. Tho lineup was as
Olnva Hanson Gladys Molnecko
Alico Walkor Thelma Boyum
Irene Wells Doroty Foster
Orlet Itobinson Dorothy Hair
Constance Ross Margaret Hair
Elizabeth Lindsay ' Dorothea Krauss
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Collins loft Maul
Monday for an oxtondod visit on the
Coast. Mr. Collins is planning' to
visit rolativos in Maine.
Twenty-six high grade mares a!-
lived by tho Lurllno from the coast'
today, for tho II. C. & S. Company
County Engineer Joel Cox vlsilXl
Hana this week during which time Tie
staked out tho relocation of tho road
on the had grade near Klpahulu.
A. J. do Souza was painfully but not
seriously hurt last Friday when the
horse he was driving bolted and threw
him to tho ground. Ho was laid up
for a day or two.
FOU SALE: One 1-horscpowcr
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maul News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
The Haiku Farmers' Association
will hold a meeting tomorrow evening
at tho Kuiaha schoolhouso for the pur
pose of discussing tho matter of road
improvement in tho community.
The county hns just received a set
of tho latest rditlon of the Encyclo
paedia Brltanien, 29 volumes, in thin
India linen paper, and bound in flexi
ble calf skin. Tho cost of tho set was
Tho Woman's Guild of tho Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold the
annual bazaar audalc of work at tlte
Wailuku gymnasUini on Saturday, Oc
tober 18. A concert for that evening
will be arranged by Mrs. J. C. Vllllcfs.
Governor Plhkham'this week sign
ed patents to T R.t'Hlnckloy and o
E. Hcrrick BrowrTfor, homestead lo'3
in the Kuiaha trrtct. A transfer of
tho homestead of Chester C. Livings
ton to L. Edith Livingston was also
CM nudo. a Japanese woman from
Camp 4, was taken into custody by
tho nolice. on Tuesday, aim is ueing
held pending an Inquiry as to her
sanity. It i3 said the woman has been
irrational for some time, and recently
has been violent.
The Maui Music Club will hold its
first meeting since the summer vaca
tions, at the home of Mrs. E. E. o-
yum, Hamakuapoko, next Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The mooting
will bo an Important ono and all mem
bers are urged to attend.
Sam Kalaupaa. a 14-year old mule
driver of Paia, was pretty badly bruis
ed and skinned up on Wednesday, by
being dragged when his mule took
fright and his foot was caught by a
chain. He also has a sprained ankle,
but Ins hurls are not of serious char
Tho work of erecting the five 20,000
redwood tanks, on tho sand hills above
tho K. of P. building, has about been
completed by tho Kahulul Ilal'road
Company, which had tho contract from
tho county. Tho tanks will provide
storage water for the Kahulul waCor
Vocational instructor It. C. Bowman
has begun a course of instruction in
carpentry at the Wailuku public
school. Tho work started this week,
and as soon as more tools are secured
it wilt be a permanent foaturo in this
school. A now building is soon to he
erected for this work.
A counterfeit 50-cont piece found Us
way to tho First National Bank of Wai
luku, last Saturday. It was a good
piece of work and had the proper
"ring", but was a trifle light in weight
and a little off color. It was tracCd
hack io Honolulu No other counter
feit coin baa appeared in local circula
tion for s.ome time.
Miss Isa Lindsay, of Haiku, enter
tained at an informal afternoon last
Friday, in honor of Miss Maria Scott,
of Honolulu. Those enjoying her hos
pitality were: Mrs. Clarence While,
Mrs. Goo. Lindsay, Mrs. Will Cooper,
Mi3s Edith Livingston, Miss Lizzie
Fearn, Mrs. Gllmore, Mrs. W. A. Bald
County Wins Out in
Campbell Park Matter
The parsonage of the Lahaina Union
church has been moved hack to its
original location in the corner of the'
James Campbell park, following the
dispute with tho county, noted In last
week's Issue. In reconstructing tho
building, preparatory to tho arrival of
Itov. Willis B. Coale, the new minister,
the structure was moved forward into
the park. Inasmuch as the county has
a lease for 21 years on tho property,
for public park purposes, tho Maul
Aid Association, which had ordered
the work done, was held to be a tres
passer. 'In order not to destroy some
of the fine trees In tho park. It was
necessary to tear down a considerable
portion of tho building before it could
be moved, with the result that the
completion of tho work has been con
Kicked By Strong Mule
May Ask County to Pay
If a stray mulo on the public road
kicks you as you are passing along
the thoroughfare, and you spend a tow
days In bod getting over the jolt, are
you entitled to damages from tho
J. K. Kaleo, of Hana, according to
reports brought back from that end
of tho island this wook, bclioves you
are, and if the reports are true ho
intends to tost the soundness of his
belief by suing tho county for $5000
or $15,000, not having fully decided
upon tho amount. It seems that Ka
leo (who by the way now has pending
a suit for $7500 against tho county
for damages alleged to havo boon dono
his kuleana by storm water from a
road ditch), recently got too near tho
business ond of a stray mule, with dis
astrous results to himself. ' Ho claims
that tho county has no right to havo
strays at large, oven though it wasn't
a county mulo.
Puunene Wins First
In PlayJMF Series
Indifferent Game Opens Scries and
Rain Keeps Crowd Away Interest
Centers in Next Game.
Tho first game of the three out of
five series between tho Palas nnd Pun
nones to decide who will be the clnm
plons of the season, resulted in favor
of tho latter by the score of 4 to 1.
A heavy ehower fell In Wniluku short
ly before tho time set for the game,
resulting in the larger part of local
fans stnying away nnd missing one of
the finest games of the yenr.
The Paia aggregation seemed to lack
their usual pace. Their hitting was
poor, only obtaining four hits off the
little Japanese southpaw of tho cane
grinders. On tho other hand, Foster
Itobinson allowed seven hits. Errors
on the fielders' part wore tho cause
of three of tho four runs scored by
the Puunene boys.
Suyeda's deliveries, which havo baf
fled many local players before this,
wore under perfect control. Six of
the Paia stalwarts took the S. O. route
and only four hits wore chalked
against the son of Nippon.
Next Sunday's game promises to ho
a fight Worn start to finish. McGor
row, who has had charge of the Puu
nene outfit during 'McGraw' Paschoal's
sojourn In Honolulu, has had his men
on the Wailuku field several evenings
during tho weeks, and fays he means
real business. The Paias, it i under
stood, have been practicing hard and
studying a way to put it over tho Jap
anese battery, and aro confident they
have got the dope. In all events it
will be a game worth seeing.
Word has been passed around tlJal
each team will have a bunch of roo't
ers on tho grounds next Sunday, and
together with tho local fans, the at
tendance should bo a record breaker.
Of course, It all depends on tho weath
er, and although we have had need of
rain for some time, tho friends of the
competing teams .are setting up ptay
crs for clear weather on Sunday.
Record Dividend Year
ForH. C. &S. Company
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Company will re
ceive dividends of $2,000,000 this year,
or 20 per cent on tho capital stock of
$10,000,000, according to San Francisco
Tho report was occasioned by tho
declaration of an extra dividend of fif
ty cents, payable October 5, in addition
to the regular monthly dividend of
twenty-fivo cents. As there aro 400,
000 shares outstanding tho total pay
ment will amount to $300,000.
The company previously has paid
nine regular dividends this year, mak
ing a total disbursement of this ac
count of $900,000. In addition, two ex
tra dividends previously havo been
paid, making another $100,000. Thus
(he stockholders already have receh'jd
this year $1,300,000, while the October
disbursement will bring the total up -to
It is no secret that the company will
pay another extra dividend of fifty
cents in December, while tho remain
ing two monthly dividends will bring
the dividends yet to be dec'ared up to
$400,000. With thoso already paid, flie
total paid and to be paid to stockhold
ers during 1915 amounts to $2,000,000.
The company hns sold all its sucar.
and is not, therefore, affected by tfrG
future price of raw sugar this season.
When tho returns are all in, it is ex
pected that tho company will have
shown earnings of $1,200,000 in addi
tion to tho dividends paid.
In view of theso considerations it is
declared tho stock is selling at an ab
surdly low price. Advertiser.
DEATH OF MRS. MARIA DO REG0
Mrs. Maria do Itego, widow of John
do Itego, died at her homo in Wailuku,
!ast Tuesday morning after an illness
of several months. Sho was about 52
years of age Tho 'uneral took place
on Wednesday morning, Interment be
ing held in tho Wailuku Catholic cem
etery. Mrs. do Itego suffered a severe
shock through tho death of her hus
band, who wns killed in a runaway ac
cident, les than a year a,jo. and sho
never fn'ly recovered. Br in in St.
Michaels Azores Island", Mrs. do Itego
came to Hawaii about ;!4 years ago,
and du.'iivf practically all of thnl time
had been a resident of Maui She is
su-i iod by six hl'dron. all uron,
and uy a number of -others and sis
ters. Two of her sons resido on Maul,
one is in Honolulu, and ono is on tho
Coast. Her daughtors aro Mrs. Geo.
Edwards, of Wailuku, and Mrs. M. R.
Freltas, of Honolulu. Among her
other relatives, aro Mrs. Frank G. Cor
rea, of Kula, Mrs. John da Costa, of
Makawao, and Mrs. M. Cabral, of Wai
luku, sisters; and A. S. Medelros, of
Kaupakalua, and J. S. Medelros, of
MAUI STUDENTS IN PUNAHOU.
In a letter from Stanley Livingston,
formerly of Kuiaha, but now In charge
of the boarding department of Puna
hou Academy, ho says:
"Maul is well represented in the I;u
nabou boarding department, both as
to numbers and as to personello of her
students hero. Wo havo Masbelle Tay
lor and Myrtlo Taylor from Hamakua
poko; Olive Villlers, Herbert Baldw'in
and Clarenco Baldwin from Wailuku;
Hollls Hardy from Makawao; Wini
fred Wadsworth and Alfred Wads
worth from Kahulul, Agnes Chnlmers
and Joseph Chalmors from Hana; and
Joseph Molnecko from Paia.
"Tho character of tho students Jn
this department gives us high hopos
for carrying out our personal ambi
tion for the department.
Louis Abrams Must
Secretary of Hawaiian Trust Company
Returns From Coast to Answer
Charges Over $26,000 Missing.
HONOLULU, September 22. Louis
Abrams, secretary, a director and the
most trusted employe of tho Hawaii
an Trust Company, returned hurriedly
from the Coast yesterday at the re
quest of tho firm following an alleged
discovery of extensive shortages in
certain accounts handled by him. The
actual ammouul involved is not yet
disclosed, though it has boon various
ly estimated at figures between $22,
000 and $28,000.
Mr. Abrams is said to have cabled
the company that ho could satisfac
torily explain the apparent discrep
ancies. Until Mr. Abrams' arrival yoster
daj the Hawaiian Trust Company was
loath to make any disclosures con
cerning tho affair, though tho know
ledge of the alleged discrepancy has
been current In tho business eommilii
Ity for somo time.
The following statement was given
out by tho Company last night:
"Serious irregularities havo been
discovered in our books indicating a
shortage of approximately $2G,500.
"The accounts of only two clients
are involved, ono a non-resident nnd
the other tho estate of George Gal
Abrams was the oldest employee of
the firm, having boon in its service
eighteen years, and was tho most
trutted, in whom everyone placed full
reliance. He was on tho board of di
rectors and empowered to use the
signature of the company in his deal-
The Valley Isle Theatre was tho
scene of a very highly appreciative
audience last Tuesday evening when
the members of Aloha Lodge, K. of P.,
of ventral Maul turned out to seo the
great Universal film "Damon and Py
thias", In 5 acts, with two other reels.
The largo audience of Knights with
their families and friends were high
ly pleased with tho picture brought
to these islands by the Knights them
selves at a very great cost, but the
film has performed its mission by im
pressing members of the order and
others the basic principle of human
friendship m its highest and best ac
The Adventures of Kathlyn, a new
serial of unusual interest, was shown
last Wednes-day, aud will be continued
In place of Zudora. This evening the
World Film Corporation's big five reel
feature entitled "The Fight," will bo
shown with a Patho Weekly picture.
"What Happened to Jones," a Worid
film, and Fritzi Schelf in "Pretty Mrs.
Smith," a Paramount five reel act, vM
bo tho chief attractions for next week.
Divorce Mill of Local
Court Busy This Week
OtoltlchI Yamasaki was yesterday
granted a divorce from his wife, MIha
Yamasaki, on grounds of desertion.
Kyuki Nishihara was also freed
from his wife, Ushi Nishihara, the
grounds In this Instanco being adult
ery. Tora Okano Yamanaka, who had
sued Kolchi Yamanaka for divorce,
yesterday asked the court to strfilo
tho caso from tho calendar. Tho mo
tion was allowed by Judge Edlngs,
and tho case was dismissed.
Lei Ikaaka Akana has filed a suit
against her husband, Aawana, for di
vorce on various grounds. On mo
tion of Attorney Vincent, for tho llbel
lant, Aawana was ordered to supply
$50 as attorney fees. D. II. Case rep
resents the llbellee.
Weekly Market Letter
There has been very little change in
prices or tho condition of tho market
from tho previous week. Eggs nre
scarco and tho prlco good. House
holders must remember that tho prices
quoted on eggs and produce in the
weekly quotation sheet aro wholesale
prices. They should not expect to buy
one or two dozen eggs at these prices.
This applies to all articles listed.
The Id i u has juut received tl .
first Ui','. i 'lit of inte fHiten-'d. m. yen
week old Muscovy ducks. These aro
selling well to peoplo who appreciate
first class poultry and there Is every
indication that as soon as they are
better known, there will bo increased
This is tho season of tho year when
Island farmers should bo sondlng in
cabbage. First class cabbago Is bring
ing very high prices and local dealers
would bo only too glnd to got it in
stead of California cabbage as thero Is
groat loss on tho latter. About tile
middle of January when cabbage com
mences to get cheap, tho local produc
ers havo in former years sont in so
much of this vegetable that prices
woro extremely low and tho crop
therefore unprofitable. Evory steamer
in from Kona brings largo quantities
of tomatoes. Tho crates are not what
they should bo but tho tomatoes aro
very good. Thoro aro still largo quan
tities of watermelons in tho market
which are selling at a very reasonable
price. Papaias aro becoming scarce
and tho prlco is higher.
Dressed meat and livo hogs aro
about tho samo as last week,
Tho contractor is making good pro
gross on tho now building nnd it Is
expected that it will bo turned over
to tho Division much sooner than call
ed for in tho contract. A. T. Lolfg
ley, Supt. Tor. Marketing Division.
Best Sport in Years---Regatta
Day Boat Races
The Myrtles and Healanls about IliM
In honors of the Itegntta Day races In
Honolulu, last Saturday. Although n
heavy rain Interfered with the pleas
ure of the spectators to some exteni,
the sports were tho best In n number
of years, and aroused a great amount
The results were as follows:
Twelve Oar Cutter Itace. Won by
Alert; second, Thetis. Time, Alert,
13:17; second, Thetis, 13:24 2-!",.
Senior Scull SlidlngSent. Won by
Myrtles (Lindsay Grimshaw), 2:37;
second, Hcalanl (It. K. Fuller), 2:38.
Freshman Six Oared Sliding Seat
Barge. Won by Healanl, second,
Myrtle; third, Honolulu. Time, 10:53.
Four Oarod Steamer Boat Ilacc.
Won by Hlnggold; second, .Columbine;
third, Alert. Time, 8: OS.
Junior Six Oared Sliding Seat Barge.
Won by Myitles; second, Hcalanl;
third, Honolulu. Time, 11:2 4-5.
Senior Six Oared Itace. Won I7y
Healanl; second, Myrtlo; third, Hono
lulu. Time, 11:10.
Four-Paddle Canoe. Won by Malkal
Fine; second, Lanaklla; third, Maka
111. No time taken.
Junior Scull Won by Frank Kruger
(Healanl), second Arthur Hough (Myr
tle). Time, 2:38 2-5.
Junior Pair Oar Itace. Won by Myr
tle; second, Hcalani; third, Myrtlo.
Six-oar Barge Itace for boys under
17. Won by Healanl; second," Myr
tle. Time, 2:40 4-5.
Sailing Itace for Ships Boat s First,
Hermes No. 2; second, Hermes No. li
Senior Pair Oared Bargo Itace.
First, Myrtlo; time, 1:38; second,
Myrtle; lime, 1:40; third, Hcalanl;
Special Six Oared Bargo Itace.
First: City and County crew; time,
2:2S 1-5; second, Territorial crew;
time, 2:39 1-5.
Bowlers Waking Up for
Next Big Tournment
Because of tho awakened interest
in bowling at tho Alexander Houso
Gymnasium tho Committee has ex
tended the time limit for tho first leg
of the Wall & Dougherty handicap
tournament unil October 24. Those
who entered the tornament last sea
son and did not finish will have a
chance to do so during the next month.
Tho second leg of this tournament
will start November 1. Tho gymnas
ium will be open for bowling Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday nights of
each week as well as Saturday after
noon from 3 to G. Ladies will also be
permitted to use the alleys on Thurs
Members of the Men's Department
of tho gymnasium will find tho swim
ming tank open exclusively for them
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat
urday afternoons from 5 to 0.
DO HEGO. In Wailuku, September
21, 1915, Mrs. Maria do Itego, of
Wailuku,, widow of John do Itego, a
native of St. Michaels, Azores, Por
tugal, 54 years of ago. Buried Sep
tember 22, at Wailuku Catholic cem
etery. COCKETT. In Wailuku. September
23, 1915, Mrs. William E. Cockett, of
Walkapu, a native of Maui, 25 years
BURGESS At tho Queen's hospital,
Honolulu, September 21, 1915, Jacob
C. Burgess, of Honolulu, single, a
native of the Southern Sates, sixty
HUKILANI In Honolulu, September
18, 1915, Puiuv ' Huktlani, of Manoa
Valley, stone mason, married, a na
tive of Honolulu, twenty-six years
KAIANUI In Honolulu, September IS,
1915, John Kapu Kaianul, of Liliba
and Kukui streets, widower, fisher
man, a native of Waialua, Oahu, six-'
ty-one years old.
LEONUI J.n Honolulu, September 17,.
1915, Jesse Jeki Leonui, of Lemon
road, married, fisherman, a native ot
Molokai, forty-six years old.
NAEHUELUA In Honolulu, Septem
ber 17, 1915, Peter Naehuelua, of
Iolani and Bernice streets, married,
stevedore, a native of Honolulu, fifty
CAItDEN In Honolulu, September 10,
1915, John J. Carden, of 1520 Fort
street, a native of Hamilton, Canada,
sixty-nine years old.
SPITZ In Honolulu, September 1C,
Mrs. C. W. Spitz of Lihuo, Kauai,
nt Beretanln sanitarium.
KAHALEKAUPAKUOLE At tho L'll-
nalllo Home, Honolulu, September
15, 1915, Kahalekaupakuolo (k),
widower, a natlvo of Koolaupoko,
Oahu, fifty years old.
MONIZ. September 21. 1915, to Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jos. Monlz, of Paia, a son.
NEW BRIDGE FOR KIPAHULU.
Most of tho $10,000 appropriated
from tho loan fund by tho last legis
lature for Hana bridges, will prob
ably bo spent in tho construction of
ono concrete bridge across tho Oheo
stream, at Klpahulu Tho loan fund
commission, at its meeting last Sat
urday decided that this was tho most
Important need in way of bridges in
the Hana district, at presont, and En
gineer D. F. Balch and his assistant
Murphy spent a 'day on tho ground
this week taking measurements for
the now structure. Bids will bo call
ed for as soon as plans and speclfica
tions havo been prepared.
The lowly egg has tho best of man'
kind in ono respect; it can spread It
self better aftor it is broke
New Lahaina Minister ;
Brings Splendid Record p
Itov. Willis B. Coa'.o and wife, who
arrived in Honolulu by tho Lurllno
this week, prepared to take charge of
the work of tho Hawaiian Board, at
Lahaina, are expected to reach Maul
tomorrow morning. Mr. Coalo comes
to tho Islands from South Dakota,
where he has been engaged in mission
work for several years.
Mr. Coalo waji born November 10,
1885, at Holder, 111.; of Quaker anccs
.try on the sldo of both parents. Ho
was connected through his father's
line with the founding ot tho Qunker
movement in England 250 years ago.
Ills early life was spent on the farm. v
He received ills early education nW'
Bloomington and Peoria high schools.
Three years were spent in tenching.
One year he was assistant In the Peo
ria public library. Ills work in
churches during his early life was in
connection with the Christian Endeav
or movement. oFr two ynors ho stud- 1
led at Bradley Polytechnic Institute.
Ho stood high as an "honor" man in
preparatory work and won the Unl- .
versity of Chicago scholarship. ,
Graduating from Obcrlln, ho ob
tained tho degree of It. A. and won
tho Phi Beta Kappa. Tho degreo of
B. D. was won from Obcrlln Theo
logical Seminary. While in the sejii-
ijiary Mr. Coale had unusual oppor- 4
tunltios for direct work in connection
with churches, in preacblng and In
Sundny school work. During tho sum
mer of 1914 ho was at work under the
Congregntional Humane Society, in
Black Hills, South Dakota. Mr. Coalo
was ordained at Medina Association of
Chutche'3 April 28, 1915.
Mrs. Coale also had her education
In tho country in early years. Ono
year, however, was spent in tho De- ,
partment of Folkcs Missionary Insti
tute, Herkimer, New York. Three
years In Obcrlln sho specialized In
classics and graduated with high hon
ors. Sho wns also a member of tho
Phi Beta Kappa.
Mrs. Coalo has been a highly suc
cessful teacher and was principal of
the village high school two years near
Cleveland. For tho last 12 years she
has been a student volunteer for for
Intended to Shoot Dog
But Killed Vieira's Cow
Mltukolo, a Hawaiian at Kaupo, af
ter a little sweating by County At
torney Bevlns, on Tuesday confessed
that ho was responsible for tho death
of a cow owned by Manuel Vioira, the
ranchman, of tho same district. Ho
was able to convince the arm of tho
law, as well as the owner of tho cow,
that the shooting was accidental, anu
tho matter was thereupon allowed to
drop. Mitukolo explained that ho had
been trying to kill a dog which hau
been attracted by somo hides he had '
hung out to dry, and in the darkness
had let drive with his shotgun nt what
turned out to bo tho cow. Tho cow's
foreleg had been practically torn off
by the heavy discharge, fired at close
range, and tho animal had shortly af
ter bled to death.
Sealed tenders will bo received by
tho Board of Supervisors up to 2:00
o'clock P. M. of Friday, October 8th,
1915, for tho construction of a re
inforced concrete girder superstruc
ture for the bridge over Kawalokapia
Stream, District of Hana, County of
Maul. Plans and specifications are on
lllo at tho office of tho County Clerk,
and may 5 o obtained upon making a
depos 1 of f'iOO fo. ea li t-os.
Tea.'cii' must be accompanied by a
cert Af il check for 5 per uont of i!-'
amount of. the Md.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
BY OltDErt OF THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN
TY OF MAUI, T. II. ,
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 1915.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS: IN THE
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CR
LUPE SYLVA, DECEASED. In the
Matter of the Estato of Kelupo Sylv?
deceased. Petition of C. D. Lufkin,
Administrator of tho above estate, for
Approval of Aceounts, Distribution
and Discharge IT IS ORDERED, that
THURSDAY, the 4th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M bo
and tho same is hereby appointed for
hearing said Petition, in tho Court
Room of this Court, in Wailuku, Maul,
Wailuku, Maui, September 17, 1915.
BY THE COURT:
Edmund II. Hart, Clerk.
Attorney for Administrator.
Sept 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 1915.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: In tho
Matter of tho Estato of Lilia P. Pali,
Into of Lahaina, Maul, deceased.
Notice to Creditor.
All persons having claims against
tho above Estato aro hereby notified
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated, even If tho claim is secured
by mortgage, to tho undersigned, nt
Honolulu, Oahu, within six months
from dato of first publication hereof,
or they will bo forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, August 24, 1915.
Admr. Est. Lilia P. Pall, deceased.
Aug. 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1915.