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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915.
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Miss Pearl McCarthy, teacher in the
Maui Hinh School, spent the week
end as the guest of Miss Gnrnie Rose
crans of Tnia.
Miss Mary H. Cooper of Haiku was
a visitor last week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. S. Wilbur of Wai
The Maui High School baseball
team defeated the Fala Junior Team
on the Tnla Grounds last Saturday by
the score of 12-3. The line-up of the
lliRh School team was ns follows:
Crayton Sauers, p.; Douglas Wells,
c; Harold Sauers, 1st base; Sanford
Walker, 2nd base; Thomas Howell,
3rd base; Jack Walker, s.s.; David
Parker, l.f.; Edward Walsh, c.f.; Wal
ter Murdoch, r.f.
It has been decided by the student
body of the Maui His'i School that
the Interclass Track Meet shall be
held on Friday, Dec 3 on the Hama
kuapoko Track, weatlur permitting.
In order to give the boys of the lower
grades soma chn-c for points It has
been aereed that . nly one MU y fr m
each of the four higher Hnsscs shall
be allowed ..r ea h ( vent. First pl-ie
in each evnt is to count 6 points,
second 3, and third 1 point. .
The list of events will probably be
as follows: 220 yd Dash, 100 yd Dash.
High Jump, Shot put, 220 yr low hurd
les, 120 yd low hurd'et'. Throwing the
hammer, Pole vault, Broad jump.
Freshmen Girls' flasket Hall Team
defeat the Seniors on Wednesday by
the score of 14 to 4.
DEATH OF KAMAAINA JAPANESE.
Wakayama, one of the oldest and
best known. Japanese on Maui, died
at his home near the Wailuku Mill
on Wednesday morning. He was
about 60 years of age, and was among
the ear'.y Japanese contract laborers
brought to the Islands. lie had been
in the employ of the Wailuku Sugar
Company most of the time. A large
family of grown children survive him,
among them being Masaichim, tllp
well known ball player. The deceased
was well liked by all classes of resi
dents, and his funeral, Wednesday
afternoon, was very largely attended.
DRIVER ARRESTED FOR ACCIDENT.
Akamichi, the Lahaina auto driver
who struck a Hawaiian boy named
Moke, at Olowalu, two weeks ago,
breaking his leg, was arrested on
Monday by Automobile Inspector P. J.
Goodness, and will be given a hearing
tomorrow. It Is claimed that he was
driving on the wrong side of the
road. The machine is said to have
been running very slowly when the
accident occurred. The injured boy
had been playing with other boys
on the road.
CHINESE GAMBLERS FOUND GUILTY.
Ah Sing, Aiona,
Ah Loy, Ah Him,
Chin, the double
taken recently in
street resort, and
ling, were found
which tried their c
noon. They will
Ah Kau, Ah Tich,
Ah Chee, and Ma
quartet of Chinese
a raid on a Market
charged with gamb
guilty by the jury
ase yesterday after-
probably be sen-
Oct. 23. George Rhoads, 28, Wailu
ku; Millie Whitford, 19, Waiehu. Cere
mony by Rev. L. 13. Kaumeheiwa. W.
Buck, 31, Kahului; Sarah Aulike Ka-
lino, 25, Kahului. Ceremony by L. B.
Oct. 27. J. Kano, 52; Utari Yamane
48. Both of Waiakoa, Kula. Cere
mony by T. Toda.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Malls are due from the followlDg
points as follows:
San Francisco By Ventura, Nov. 1;
Manoa, Nov. 2.
Yokohama By Shlnyo Maru, Nov. 2.
Australia By Sonoma, Nov. 4.
Vancouver By Makura, Nov. 3.
Malls will leave for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco By Shinyo Maru, Nov.
2; Wilhelmina, Nov. 3.
Yokohama; By Nippon Maru, Nov. 13.
Australia By Ventura, Nov. 1; Ma
kura, Nov. 3.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
Weekly Market Letter
HONOLULU. October 25. Island
eggs are scarcer than ever. The
wholesale price is still 60c. a dozen
but some dealers are retailing them
as high as 7fic. a dozen.
In order that the Division and the
poultry and egg producers on Oahu
may come to some underslanding as
to' the price of eggs and poultry, there
will be a meeting held at the office of
the Superintendent of the Marketing
Division next Friday, October 29th, at
2:00 p. m. All poultrymen who are
interested In the selling of their pro
ducts should be present. At this meet
ing will be discussed the methods of
grading and the relative prices of each
Cabbage and sweet corn In great de
mand at good prices. Hawaiian field
corn is still low. It is reported by the
feed dealers that they can get small
dried corn from Seattle, landed In
Honolulu for J36.0Q, and that within a
short time Manchurian corn will ar
rive at less than $30.00. The Manchu
rian corn Is very small. The local
dealers state that they are willing to
pay the same rrice for Island corn as
they pay for imported corn.
The peanut market Is still overload
ed and it is very difficult to sell Is
land peanuts at the present time.
Due to the fact that California
grapes are so plentiful and cheap, Is
land grapes have dropped to as low as
5c. a pound and there is a very slow
sr.le even at that figure.
The price of hogs is low. The butch
ers claim that the market is using
only half as much pork as normally
and that more hogs are offered than
there is demand for. First class hogs
as low as 10 c. during the past week.
From the best information that the
Division can get good beef is being
sold to the butchers as low as 8c. a
pound and corn fed stock at 12c The
grass fed stock which is being sent to
the Division as dressed beef is bring
ing from 10c. to 11c. a pound. The best
price received for a good lot of range
fed stock last week was lOc.
Hides remain at the same price as
By the Matsonia last Wednesday the
Division shipped 1530 cases of pine
apples, 38 bunches bananas, 18 crates
Japanese taro and 5 crates water lilly
roots. Reports from the San Fran
cisco Branch office of the Division re
garding pineapples are very encour
aging, and it is now felt that the
growers will get a reasonable return
for their fruit and labor.
A. T. LONGLEY...
Supt. of Territorial Marketing Division.
Those Who Travel
By str. Mauna Kea, October 22.
W. T. Frost, L. Tobriner, P. A. Gor
man, Mrs. W. McDougall, Sing Fat and
son, Y. Osaki, S. Tsuchiya, C. F. Lund,
R. E. Hughes, A. V. Castro, Matsui,
Chas. Wilcox, Kadowa, P. N. Kahoku
oluna and wife.
By str. Likellke, October 23. Kau
hane, N. Palau, T. Tatemoto, James
Ah Sam, Charles R. Frazle, Mrs. C.
Berny, Robert Wilcox.
By str. Mauna Kea, October 25.
Mrs. M. G. Levinho, Miss G. M. Per
reira, L. Foranda and wife, J. Wyllie,
D. Clement, R. Schubert, A. M. Brown,
J. Jones, C. H. Ahn, H. K. Ahn
By str. Claudine, October 23.
Charles Cowan, Mrs. Charles Cowan,
Mrs. Lonohiwa, M. Kahookalole, T.
C. Chang, Miss L. Ayan, Mrs. Kalo
kawa, Mary Kalokawa, J. Dolg, C. J.
Schoening, Yamagata, C. P. Bento, J.
By str. Mauna Kea, October 27.
Mrs. J. Andrecht and 3 children, E.
Toner, Jno. J. Guild, Miss Kingsbury,
Mrs. J. Maile.
By str. Mikahala, October 26. Mrs.
M. G. Freitas, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Brown, Mrs. W. E. Wall, Mrs. C. Mc
Corriston and party, J. Munro and
By Btr. Claudine, October 23. W. O.
Smith, C. A. Woo, R. H. Coate, David
Townsend, Miss K. Hilea, Miss K.
Klllkolio, Miss Nina Vasconcellos, A.
Andrade, Frank Silva, R. J. Baker,
Mrs. Yap See, Miss Kim Yau, Master
Some people borrow trouble for the
purpose of giving it to others.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
PETROGRAD, October 28. British submarines successful last
night in sinking four German steamers in the Baltic. They attempted
to run blockade between Swedish and north German ports.
EL PASO, October 28. It has been learned that Taylor, a wealthy
British miner, was killed by a force of armed men.
LONDON, October 28. While Allies may win Bulgarian soil,
Serbia is certainly doomed on north front. Austrian-Germans push
invasion in Belgrade-Shabatz district and link forces with Balkan allies
on Danube near the border. Greece is aiding Serbia, but Entente powers
are unable to divert troops from east and west because enemy is re
newing activities and making this course impossible.
BERLIN, October 28. Germans and Bulgarians have succeeded
in joining forces on the Danube.
LONDON, October 27. Greeks yesterday clashed with Bulgars,
though Greeks are not yet committed to war. Greeks united with Ser
bians yesterday to rout Bulgarians. Clash took place near Dorian. Bul
gars attempted to cross Greek soil to flank Serbians, but Greek border
guard opened fire.
Serbians are retreating slowly in northwestern Serbia, disputing
ever' inch from Austrians. Serbian situation is a little relaxed over
news of past few days.
WASHINGTON, October 27. On behalf of the state of Arizona,
Senator Ashurst has asked protection from both war and state depart
ments because of danger threatening residents of Douglas. Carranza
and Villa are preparing to meet across from Douglas, in Agua Prieta.
ROME, October 27. Official communication announces heavy
bombardment of Austrians along the Izonso front, where Italians are
making steady advancement.
PARIS, October 27. King George, in France visiting the troops
at the front, says he has more confidence over victory than ever.
Two transports, one British and one Turk, sunk by submarines,
according to the admiralty.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
268 Market Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
October November December
Matsonia.... 23 Oct. 6
Lurline 89 Oct. 12
Hyades 57 Oct. 14
Wilhelmina.. 75 Oct. 20
EnterpriEe. .129 Oct. 23
Manoa ; 22 Oct. 26
Matsonia.... 24 Nov. 3
Hilonian.... 91 Nov. 4
Lurline 90 Nov. 9
Wilhelmina.. 76 Nov. 17
Enterprise. .130 Nov. 20
Manoa 23 Nov. 23
Hyades 58 Nov. 2G
Matsonia.... 25 Dec. 1
Lurline 91 Dec. 7
Wilhelmina.. 77 Dec. 15
Hilonian 92 Dec. 16
Enterprise. .131 Dec. ,18
Manoa 24 Dec. 21
Matsonia..., 26 Dec. 29
Hawaiian Islands ArrlT
Arrirs LUTt 8, P.
Oct. 17 Oct. 23
Nov. 7 Nov. 13
Nov. 29 Dec. 5
Dec. 19 Dec. 25
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia.. .
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Hilonian....
S. S. Hyades
To Honolulu and Hilo.
j. To Honolulu and Kahului.
(To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime 3able3(aliului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tht following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 3
5 23 3 H
5 2oU 17
5 10 3 7
5 9 3 5
5 2 55
h" Spreck- -A
a-.: eisTi"e ;:l
L" Hattia- "A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
8 50 1 3
9 00 1 40
3 006 10
a a s
s s s
im f cs
2 50 6 00 .0
2 . 5 A..Puunene..L
6 223 15
6 12!3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6: 00 'a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES : 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
ot charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when t
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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