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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915.
Joo Chalmers, of liana, was n visitor
to Honolulu this week.
Joo Chalmers, of liana was a visit'
or to Honolulu this week.
Miss Nina Vasconcollos arrived
from Honolulu by Inst Saturday's
John J. Guild, of Alexander & Bald
win, was an arrival from Honolulu
Chas. Wolcox, county auditor, re
turned on Tuesday from a several
days business trip to Honolulu.
Dr. Rothrock has moved his office
from the Carey property on Main
Street, to his residence, further down
the same street.
Mrs. Sherwood M. Lowrey left for
Makawno, Maul, this week and will
spend the month visiting Mrs. Sam
Seabury Short, of the Walluku
Siiftar Company force arrived home
by the Wilhelmlna this week from a
Visit to the exposition.
"H O. Smith, of Honolulu was an
arrival by the Claudino last Saturday.
It. J. Baker, the well known Hono
lulu photographer is on Maui this
Miss Mary Cooper and Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Blanchard, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilbur, at the
Ponhallow beach house at Waihec,
J. Garcia, assistant cashier of the
First National Bank, accompanied by
his wife, are expected home next
week from a several months tour of
the mainland. The recently returned
from the east by way of the Panama
County Treasurer L. M. Baldwin
and Mrs. Baldwin are departing pas
sengers by the Lurline, this week, for
San Francisco where they will visit
the exposition. Mr. Baldwin was
granted a leave of absence at the last
mooting of the board of supervisors.
Kirk B. Porter, secretary of the ter
ritorial board of health, who spent the
past two weeks on a vacation, hunting
deer on Molokal, returned Thursday.
He reports having had a most enjoy
nblc time and to have been quite suc
cessful with his hunting rifle. Adver
tiser. Kipahulu Woman Loses
Life In Small Stream
Mrs. Julia Wing Tong, a part-Chinese
woman living with her husband
near Kipahulu, lost her life last Sun
day when she was washed ovef a
small cataract In the Koheo Rtream,
where she had -been washing clothes.
She was probably killed by being bat
tered against the rocks in the stream
At the time of the accident, the
woman's husband, Wing Tong, was
engaged in fishing in the stream a
short distance above. His wife had
called to him that she was going to
cross to the other side, and ho had
warned her not to attempt it, as the
stream was swollen from rains, and
dangerous. However she did not
heed him and was carried away by
the strong current. She was 2G years
of ago and the mother of three small
Under Charges for Water
Must Be Paid Says Wilcox
Auditor Wilcox, in his investigation
or the accounts of tho Walluku water
works has discovered that a large
number of consumers have, for some
unexplained reason, been undercharg
ed for various amounts, the whole ag
gregating probably several hundred
dollars per year. These undercharges
are now being computed, and bills
will be made out against those who
owe money to the county for this
reason. Auditor Wilcox states that it
is possible that these under charges
may explain in considerable measure
the reason of the steady falling off in
receipts of tho department for the
past several years.
Welch Wins Case For
Self Against Lawyers
Joseph F. Welch, the poi man, acted
as his own attorney in defending him
solf on the charge of committing an
assault and battery on ono Lee Ping,
wa3 admitted bv the 1nrv wlilnli li on ril
the case yesterday morning. Besides
County Attorney Bfivlns. Runs Vln.
cent helped to proscc'uto the case on
uumiu ot ieo ring, wcicn proved
that the trouble wns p.hikpiI hv tlm
Chinaman's coming to his house at
C o'clock on Sunday morning, and
making a disturbance about tho
woight of certain taro ho had sold
to Wolch. Welch ordered him off the
premises, and when hi rnfuanrl in n
assisted him forcibly. On tho jury
wore Frank Burns, Sam Alo, Wm.
Ayres, Geo. Stephenson, A. H. Oana,
W. B. Bal, Jr., Wm. Scholtz, John Von
huizon, T. W. Burlem, B. H. Thomas,
and C. E. S Burns.
WOMAN'S GUILD BAZAAR
WAS MOST PLEASANT SUCCESS
Nottlng upwards of $500. tho bazaar
of tho Woman's Culld, of tho Church
of tho Good Shephonl, hold last Sat
day night at tho Walluku Gymnasium,
was ono of tho most successful, as
well as cnjoyablo affairs of the kind
over hold on Maul. Jiosldcs tho usual
bazaar features, tho muainal program,
arranged under tho direction of Mrs.
J. Charles Villiers vas especially note
worthy. Besides sovoral chorusos ly
' the choir, Mrs. A. C. Rattray's two
vocal solos, and Mr. C. D. Lufkln's
cornot selootion wero much appre
ciated. The evening' gaieties onded
with a greatly onjoyod dance.
Ah Sing, a Waikapu opium smoker,
was fined $10 by Judge McKay this
week, for indulging In the forbidden
liana, Maul, is to be boomed into a
second class city by tho building of
county stables costing $3,000. Kohala
Tho Womans' Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a
meeting with Mrs. B. Williams, Puu
neno on Tuesday, November 2nd at
2:30 p. m.
Luclo Caluuud, a Filipino, who so
cured $G0 from the Baldwin National
Bank, on a stolen saving's bank book,
was given a year In jail and fined
$25 and costs.
Engineer Hugh Howell is at Ulu
palakua this week, where he Is en
gaged In tho construction of an elec
tric light and cold storage plant for
the Itaymond ranch.
Tnrk Yun Slk, for passing a check
to which he had forged tho name of
Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, was sentenced
to not less than one year in prison,
and fined $25 and costs.
The Chamber of Commerce will
hold a special meeting next Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock for the purpose
of considering the project of build
ing a road to the summit of Hale
akala. George Peter nnd Kaui, two Ka-
hului boys wero found guilty In Judge
McKay's court, this week, of stealing
a bicycle belonging to Ah Fee. Peter
wa sentenced to three month In jail,
and the other boy to two months.
Turumatu Yoshimura, the Japanese
fisherman, who stabbed two other
Japanese during a drunken revel at
Maalaea. some months ago, was fined
$200 in each case, by Judge Edlngs,
last Saturday. He had pleaded guilty.
Pvcn Kur Bock, the Korean burg
lar, was last Saturday sentenced to not
less than one year s Imprisonment in
each of three ca3es to which ho had
pleaded guilty. He had robbed a num
ber of houses in Puuneno and Paia.
The Kuiaha Womens' Club held a
pleasant meeting last Friday after
noon with Mrs. F. G. Krauss The
next gathering, weather permitting
will bo with Mrs. Annie B. Howell,
at the Howell Homestead, Friday Nov.
November 10 promises to bo a big
clay on Maul for the Japanese popu
lation. This is tho date of the coio
nation of the Japanese emperor, and
it is rcnortcd that tho event will bo
celebrated with unusual ceremony all
over tho Territory.
Harry Gesner of the Schuman Car
riage Company will leave tonight or
tomorrow for Maui, where he will In
vesticato the possibilities of automo
bile sales. If prospects are good, Ges
ner will probably move from here
to Maui. Star-Bulletin.
J. P. Foster, who has been attend
Inc the Sugar Chemists Convention,
before leaving for Maul Thursday
evening, offered tho suggestion that
next year the chemists and engineers
should set apart at least ono day for
a joint session. Their work overlaps
In some fields and sucn a joint meet
ing for the discussion of problems
which are of mutual interest would
be highly valuable, ho said. Adverti
ser. A high-flaming oil stovo in the homo
of W. L. West, on Wednesday after
noon, caused some little excitement
but was extinguished before muoAi
damage was done. An alarm of fire
was turned In, but owing to inability
of the firemen to start tho auto engine,
it was nearly ten minutes before tho
department was ;able to get away
from the engine house, and It was
then accomplished by aid of tho big
dump truck of the county which pul
led tho fire machine out to the street.
Paia Bandits Wound
Man They Try To Rob
No arrests have yet been made In
connection with tho highway robbery
caso which occurred near Paia a few
weeks ago, in which a Japaneso was
jerked from his liorso by a lariat
thrown about his neck, and robbed
of over $50 by two bandits. Tho po
lice are working on the matter, but
clues are hard to find. It has been
learned that a similar attempt at rob
bery was made near tho same spot
only about a week ago, when two
men attempted to stop a Japanese on
horseback. Tho rider spurred his
horse and got away, but not before
he was stabbed qn the thigh by ono
of tho highwaymen, who inflicted a
Tho marriago of Miss Millie Whit
ford to Mr. George Rhoads, took place
last Saturday evening at tho homo of
the brido s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Whltrord, Walluku. Tho qeremony
was performed by the Rev. L. B. Kau.
mehelwa, Mrs. W. E. Bal, Jr., and
Mr. Eugene Bal acting as attendants.
Following the ceremony an elaborato
luau was served, at which tho happy
young couple wero enthusiastically
Without taking more than a few
of their most Intimate friends into
their confidence, Miss Sarah Auliko
Kallno, tho well known teacher in tho
Puuneno school, and Mr. W. Buck,
tho Kabulul plumbor, secured a mar
riage license last Saturday, and were
quietly married by Ilov. L. B. Kau
mehelwa, at the parsonage Both aro
popular young people, and their many
friends will wish them all success In
their now estate. They will make their
nomo in Kabulul.
FITZGERALD To Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
Fitzgerald Frlday.Oct. 15, a baby
girl Kathleen Margaret
Located on Maui
.ocal Guardsmen Enthusiastic Over
Prospects For Future Lindsay Is
Made Major of New Battalion.
Although Maul now has five infan
try companies of tho National Guard,
efforts aro being made to organize a
sixth company with a view to rellev-
ng some of tho old companies of their
surplus strength. I). C. Llndsny, who
lias been appointed major of tho new
ly created Third Separate Battalion,
hopes that a sixth company may be
permitted for Maul, in which case
Maul may become regimental head
quarters for tho new third infantry
regiment of tuc national guard, to
which all of tho Maul companies aro
Following his return to Honolulu
last week, Adjutant General Sam John
son issued general' orders in which
various appointments of officers were
made, those for Maul being as fol-
David C. Lindsay is appointed a
major, National Guard of Hawaii, rank
to begin from tho date of this order,
and is assigned to tho command of
the Third Scparato Battalion, Infan
John J. Walsh is appointed first
lieutenant, rank to begin October 22,
nnd is attached to the Third Separ
ate Battalion, Infantry.
Thomas Desmond Collins Is appoint
ed first lieutenant, rank to Ldgin Oct
ober 22, and is attached to tho Third
Separate Battalion, Infantry.
Henry Robinson, Jr., is appointed
first lieutenant, rank to begin from
date of this order, and is nttached to
the Third Separate Battalion, Infan
try. Capt. Orlando J. Whitehead, Infan
try, retired Is returned to active duty
and is assigned to the Third Separate
Lunch For Officers.
Before leaving Maui last Saturday
afternoon, Col. Johnson was host to
tho various officers of tho guard on
this island, at a lunch at the Maui
Hotel, Walluku. At this time various
matters of general Interest were dis
cussed, and plans made for tho future
work. Much enthusiasm was evi
denced and tho outlook is bright for
a most active year in guard circles on
It is understood that the new Ka-
hului company, Company K, of which
J. J. Walsh has command, is to have
tho old customs house building at
Kahului as an armory.
New Year's Dance Announced.
At a meeting of tho officers held
last Monday night, it was decided ta
givo a grand officers' ball on next
New i ear's eve, at tho Walluku arm
ory. P!ans are alreay being made
for this, which promises to be ono of
the biggest things of the kind ever
given on Maui.
Convicted Once Will
Plead Guilty in Others
Yokutaro Yamashlta, of Puunone,
was found guilty by a jury, on Tues
day of indescent assault, in tho trial
of the first of tho three charges
against him. It is understood that he
will plead guilty to the other two
charges. His crime was in connection
with three little Japanese girls in a
The jury consisted of Sam Alo.
John Andrecht, Wm. Ayres, W. E.
iiai, Jr., John Brown, Frank Burns,
W. T. Burlem, E. F. Dcinert, Augus
tlno Enos, Geo. C. Murray, George
Stephenson, F. G. Stevens.
The penalty for each of these offen
ses will be from ono to five years im
prisonment. Alexander House Notes.
The following aro the results to
date of tho Wall & Dougherty bow
ling tournament which is being play
ed off at the Alexander House Gymna
Name Game Total Ave
Lufkln 21 3408 1GC
Chillingworth 8 1259 157
Kaumehlwa 21 3505 1C0
Duko 11 2507 179
Wilmington 2 312 15G
Costa 7 972 138
Bowdish 5 700 140
Wednesday was a banner day in tho
Gymnasium as far as attendance is
concerned; ninety-ono people used tho
Gymnasium in the different classes
that wero held that day.
A number of people have request
ed to join tho adult dancing class
which meets Friday evening, without
joining the Gymnasium. It was
thought at first that It would not bo
possible to grant theso requests bo
cause of tho extremely low prlco that
was charged for dancing lessons. Ar
rangements have been made, however,
to allow persons to join, this class
upon tho payment of a feo of $1.50 per
month which will entitle them to dan&
lng lessons only. A ticket will bo is'
sued to all thoso who want to join
the class in this way, this ticket to
bo issued for tho month only and to
Much Interest is bolng taken in tho
volley ball games which aro to bo
played between tho Business Men's
class and tho Alexander House Gym
nasium Club. Both organizations have
had teams hard at work practicing for
tho lirst game on Wednesday even
ing. Tho second gamo will bo played
Thursday evening. No date has been
sot for tho final scries of games. Vol
ley ball Is a very Interesting gamo
to watch and all tho friends of tho
Sottlomont aro invited to ho present
to see these games on Wednesday a?d
Rev. and Mrs. J. Charles Villiers
entertained verv nleasantlv on Tunc.
dnv nvnnlni? nt ihn Wnllnlrii nnfonr.
ago, moir guests Doing a group
Pineapple Men Will
Try to Improve Fruit
Deterioration of Smooth Cayenne Calls
For Drastic Action. Experts Will
Try For New Variety.
HONOLULU, October 27. Tho
smooth cayenne pineapple that has
made Hawaii famous, just as a cer
tain brew of beer Is advertised to
have made Milwaukee famous, is de
teriorating. This year it wns smaller
than last and next year It is expected
to be still smaller. Thus tho canning
companies face great losses.
The canners, however, seo a way
out. Experts havo been engaged and
aro now at work on cross-breeding
and the result of their efforts is ex
pected to bo a pineapple that Is bet
ter than the smooth cayenne over was.
Failure to rotate crops with conse
quent soli deterioration is given as
the reason for the smooth cayenne's
reduced size. With this in view tho ex
perts aro working on a plan which In
cludes not only planting of a new
variety but a rotation of crops and
fertilization to such an extent that the
new pineapple may be produced in ex
actly the quantities desired at the
Harold L. Lyon, pathologist of tho
experiment station of tho Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association, is direct
ing tho experiments for the canners.
With the staff under him .he Is endeav
oring to obtain a cross between tho
smooth cayon.no nnd the old native
Hawaiian pineapple. The latter fruit
is small and consequently not suitable
for canning, but Is much sweeter than
It is hoped by the cross to obtain a
pineapple as large as tho cayenne for
merly was and as sweet as the old
Hawaiian pineapples. This wil mean
thousands of dollars annually to the
canners and remove the peril of losses
now faced by deterioration of the
Announcement of the experiments
was made yesterday by Fred W. Mac
farlane, president of Libby, McNeill
& Libby of Honolulu. He said the can
ners had obtained the services of Mr.
Lyon for a consideration to tho plant
ers' association and that Mr. Lyon
and his staff wero giving part of their
time to production of the now species
So, as the smooth cayenne has
made Hawaii famous," Mr. Macfar
lane said, "wo hope with tho now
pineappje to make her still more fam-
MORE SUNDAY MOVIE ARGU
Editor Maui News. Tho Hana Cor
respondent of the Weekly Times, says
that they surely go on record favor
ing the action of the County Super
visors, as opposed to motion pictures
for money on Sunday.
I am a little skeptical on that point,
nnd as our County fathers with their
profound wisdom will not lot us try,
I propose to put it to tho test in an
Let us run a frco show on somo
Sunday in Hana, If the majority ot
those who attend do not favor motion
pictures for money on Sundays, I will
pay all expenses. Contrarywlso tho
Hana correspondent pays.
Any reputable citizens of Hana can
conduct tho poll as far as I am con
cerned. Now regarding tho matter of "dol
lars and cents with tho show men,"
"six evenings to do business," "mak
ing the Bhow men a privilege class"
and other nonsense.
As a class wo show men aro not
fond of work, either week days or
Sundays, but it takes money to rent
films, pay labor, and other incidentals,
in connection with tho show business,
and when there Is a demand for any
thing to bo dono on Sundays it hns
to bo done, and somo ono has to do
the work, and thoso who work usually
reap the benefit of their labor. Thus
wo seo coffee shops, fruit stands, cigar
stores, autos, plantations and several
other business too numerous to men
tion running on Sundays, when they
have all tho other six days to do so,
and the voters havo not mndo a pri
vileged class out of any of them.
No unbiased person will say that a
good plcturo show on Sunday does any
harm, if It did on Sunday what must
it do tho balance of tho week. On tho
contrary in the United States there
aro moro than fifty thousand picture
houses, moro than' half of which aro
operated on Sunday, and where they
do so statistics show, that crime and
drunkenoss has decreased on that
day. It would havo the same effect
The people of Hawaii and Oahu
have had their Sunday shows for somo
time, yet no ono has petitioned that
they be closed, on tho contrary Sun
day is tho only day that the real work
ing peopio have a chanco for recrea
tlon, that is why wo havo baso ball
and other games on that day, that Is
why the Sunday show is so popular
where it Is allowed, and wo will havo
It on Maul as sure as day follows
night, wnon our supervisors aro guid
cd by a desire to do what tho people
want and not listen to a few nice
people, who havo every thing that
they dosiro on Sunday, but who deny
a common laborer his Sunday oven'
Yours very truly,
Lahaina, October 25, 1915.
Lylo A. Dickey and Mrs. Emily A,
Baldwin, executor and executrix, re
spectively, of tho estate of Mary J.
Alexander, deceased, filed In tho cir
cuit court yesterday tho inventory of
tho estate showing tho property to bo
worth $51,071.51. Advertiser.
Bids For Sanitarium
Buildings All Rejected
All tenders for tho construction of
tho new dining room nnd kitchen
building, for tho Kuln sanitarium,
wero thrown out by tho Loan Fund
Board at Its meeting laBt Saturday.
Now tenders are to bo called for as
soon as modifications can bo made
in the plans.
There were threo bids submitted
J. A. Aheong, $5778; William Cullen,
$7225; nnd Howell & Lada, $1783.50.
The commissioners were of the opin
ion that the lowest of these tenders
was a larger proportion of the $10,000
available for the sanitarium Impro
vements than they would bo warrant
ed In spending on tho buildings in
question. Tho appropriation must
also be made to coVcr a refrigeration
plant, and other improvements. It
is expected that a meeting will bo
hold this evening, at which it will
probably bo decided what part of tho
work Is to be pared down, after which
new bids will be called for.
Sleepy Driver Overturns
CarBoy Painfully Hurt
Because he wont to sleep, at the
wheel, tho automobile being driven
by John Baker, Jr. found Its way Into
the ditch, just outside of Lahaina,
last Sunday night, and capsized.
Baker's nap was disturbed, but other
wise ho suffered no 111 effects. Jo
ciutho Do Rego, a 15 year old Walluku
boy who was In tho machine at the
time, sustained somo nasty cuts on
the head, and when .taken to till
Malulani Hospital was at first thought
to bo seriously hurt. However his 'in
juries proved not to be dangerous,
nnd ho will bo out of the Hospital
in a day or two.
Baker was starting back to Wallu
ku after taking a passenger to La
haina, when tho accident occurred.
Ho admitted to Auto Inspector Good
ness that ho had gone to sleep. Tho
Ford car which ho was driving, be
longed to Do Rego & Edwards.
Criminal and Civil
Calendar Is Long
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Juan do la Cruz: burglary second
degreo; plea of guilty to larceny sec
ond degree; sentenced to imprison
ment not less than one year.
Jacinto Abad: assault with intent
to ravish; plea of guilty; sentenced
to not less than two nor moro than
Pyen Kur Bock: burglary, second
degree; plea guilty; sentenced not
less than one year. Like plea and
sentence In each of two other indict
ments, sentences to be cumulative.
Turumatu Yoshimura: assault with
dangerous weapon; plea guilty; sen
tenced fine $200 and costs, In each of
Yokutaro Yamashlta: assault with
intent to ravish; found guilty of in
decent assault; will plead guilty in
two other liko cases.
Leong Mau: using and smoking
opium; from Walluku: Murphy for
defendant. Jury waived.
Philip Do'.lm vs Antono S. Model-
ra: damnges; from June term; Mur
phy for plaintiff; Douthitt and Coko
for defendant. .
Mary Rodrigues vs Dr. S. Yamashi-
ro: contract; from Juno term; Mur
phy for plaintiff; Crockett for defend
Eugene Murphy vs T. Kaneko, dam
ages; from Juno term; Murphy for
plaintiff; Crockett and Bitting for de
Tarn Loo vs Frank Corrca: from
Juno term; Murphy for plaintiff; Case
& Vincent for defendant. Triat Oct.
Civil Jury Waived.
Annie Mulvany vs Mary Dunn: ac
tion to quiet title; from Juno term.
Frear, etc, for plaintiff; Holmes, etc,
Tat3uml vs Mrs. C. Omorl; dam
ages; from Juno term; Murphy for
plaintiff; Douthitt & Coko for defend
W.. T. Robinson (Walluku Market)
vs C. Omorl: assumpsit; from Juno
term; Murphy for plaintiff; Douthitt
& Coke for defendant.
Frank G. Correa vs D. Kaplioho, et
al.; illegal impounding; remanded
from supreme court; Caso & Vincent
for plaintiff; Douthitt & Coke for de
fendant. Ludwlg Weinzheimer vs D. K. Ka-
haulello ot al.; ejectment; from Juno
term; Thompson, etc., for plaintiff;
Bevlns for defendant.
George Edwards vs. Wm. Kalalna;
damages; from Juno term; Murphy
for plaintiff; Coko for defendant
Malika Whltford vs C. D. Lufkin,
guardian of Kanluhole minors; assum
pslt; from Juno term; Crockett for
plaintiff; Caso for defendant.
Kamala Thompson vs Edgar Morton
assumpsit; from Juno term; Murphy
H. C. & S. Co. vs S. Nakamoto ot
al.; assumpsit; Caso for plaintiff;
Murphy for defendant.
Shunkl Uema vs Kenlkyu Mlyahara;
assumpsit; Bayitsu Owan, garnishee;
appeal from Walluku. Murphy for
plaintiff; Vincent and Kalua, for de
fendant. Llzzlo Machado vs Tarn Chong;
summary possession; appeal from
Makawao; Murphy for plaintiff.
Eugono Murphy vs H. R. Hitchcock
and O. Tollefsen; action on tho caso;
Murphy for plaintiff; Caso for defend
ant. R. Enos (Pioneer Store) vb Frank
Pestana, Jr., assumpsit, H. C. &. S.
Co., garnishee; appeal from Walluku.
Murphy for plaintiff.
Eugeno Murphy vs W. A. McKay,
assumpsit; Crockett for defendant.
Palau Paid, et al. vs Kanalua Pakl,
ot al.; ejectment; from Juno term;
Vincent for plaintiff, Bevlns for defendant.
Scaled tenders will be received at
tho office of the County Clerk, County
of Maui, T. II., until 2:00 o'clock P. M.
Friday, November 12th, 1915, for tho
construction of a barn on tho County
Stable Lot in Hana.
Tho Board of Supervisors of tho
County of Mnul, T. H., reserves tho
right to reject any or all tenders.
Plans and specifications and blank
forms of proposals aro on file in tho
ofilco of the County Clerk, Walluku.
A deposit of $5.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS FOR AND WITHIN
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 22, 29,
Sealed tenders will bo 'received by
the Maul Loan Fund Commission,
Walluku, Maul, up to 10 o'clock A.
M. of Saturday, November Gth, 1915
for tho building of a section of tho
Homestead Road from Klhel towards
Kamaole, Kuln, Mual.
Tho Maul Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any and
Plans and specifications and blank
forms of proposal aro on file In tho
olllce of the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission, Walluku, Maul, and in the
olllce of tho Superintendent of Public
Worfts, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION,
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5.
Notice Is hereby given that at tho
next regular session of the Board of
Supervisors to bo held at Walluku,
County of Maul, T. II., on Friday,
November 12th, at 2:00 P. M. final
consideration of tho following ordin
ances will bo had:
1. "An Ordinance Amending Orr
dinanco No. 27 of tho Board of Super
visors within and for tho County of
Maui, by adding thereto Section 1G
a covering rules and regulations of
and for a Pauwela Waterworks."
2. "An Ordinance relating to tho
Registration, use and operation of
Motor Cars, and the examinations and
qualifications of chauffeurs and
drivers thereof, and creating an of
fice to bo known as tho Examiner of
Chauffe.uns 'and Inspector of Auto
mobiles for the County of Maul; and
repealing Ordinances No. 25 and No.
29, -and all other ordinances and parts
of Ordinance in conflict herewith.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 22, 29.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS.
In tho Matter of the Estate of
Maria Conccicao do Rego, lato of
Walluku, Maui, deceased. Petition of
John J. do Rego for Probate of Will
of deceased. IT IS ORDERED, that
Thursday, the 2nd day of December,
A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. bo and
the same Is hereby appointed for hear
ing said Petition, in tho Court Room
of this Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Ha
waii. Walluku, Maui, October 22, 1915.
BY THE COURT.
EDMUND H. HART, Clerk.
Enos Vincent, atty for petitioner.
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12.
Carries a full line of Drugs and Patent
Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Books and Stationery.. Also carry a
full line of Eye Glasses.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
Some very good five reel feature
were played at the various Maul
Theaters this week. Tho Valley Islo
Theater had a packed house last Sat
urday night when "The Adventures
of Kathlyn" and "Tho Diamond from
tho Sky," two most thrilling serial
pictures wero played. O.n Monday
night "Tho House of tho Lost Court,"
a five reel Paramount with Clara Kim
ball Young In leading role, was shown
at the Valley Isle and at the same
place on, Wednesday niglit "Tho Lily
of the Poverty Flat," a World Film In
flvo parts featuring AUco Joyco, was
shown to a good house. Tho rain
interfered with tho attendance laBt
evening but many aro expected to
turn out to seo tho Tho Adventures
of Kathlyn with four other good reels
"Tho Diamond from tho Sky" with
flvo other most attractivo pictures
will bo tho program ror tomorrow
night Tho theaters havo becomo
places of high class amusement where
all classes can go bringing their fam
ilies along to spend two or threo
hours of most wholesome amusement,
freo from the wiles and brawls of low
resorts, and this Is tho highest and
greatest good moving .picture houses
aro doing to tho community every
where. Next Monday night, "Tho Exploits
of Elaine" and "Fanchon tho Crlc
ot," featuring tho littlo goddess of
tho movlca, our Mary PIckford, will
bo shown. Mary's sister, Lottie, Is
leading lady In Tho Diamond from tho
Sky, and tho nudlenco can udgo of
tho special merits of tho two girls
In their special roles. Two other flvo
reel features besides Pathos, Hearst
Sellg News, and two and ono reel pic
tures will bo tho program for tho Val
ley Islo next week.