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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915.
Mrs. Clnrcnco d. White, of Hniku,
is in iionouuu tins week.
George P. Cooke, of Molokat is In
Honolulu this week.
B. V. Dunn, of Kaunnknknl, was n
visitor to Honolulu this week.
Mrs. A. ailmoro was n passenger to
Honolulu by Wednesday's Claudlne.
Senator H. A. Baldwin, was a pas
senger to Honolulu by the Claudlne.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, of
Puuncno were in Honolulu this week.
Miss M. Canarlo was an arrival by
Wednesday's Mauna Kca from Hono
lulu. Mrs. H. A. Baldwin returned this
morning from a week's visit in Hono
lulu. II. K. Purdy returned on Wednesday
evening from a few days spent In Ho
nolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Bex Hitchcock, or Mo
lokai, are visitors in Honolulu this
J. P. Poster, of Pala, was a business
visitor in Honolulu the first part of
S. Hocking, of Pala, returned this
morning from Honolulu where he
spent several days.
William Hansen, of Walluku return
ed this morning from a vacation
spent on the mainland.
Dan McCorriston, of Kama'.o, Mo
lokai, was a passenger to Honolulu
by last Saturday's Llkellkc.
B. H. Trent and C. D. Desky, promln
cnt business men of Honolulu, arc
visitors on Maui this week.
Mrs. A. C. Batttray, of Kahulul,
was a passenger to Honolulu by the
Claudlne on ednesday evening.
Wm. Searby, superintendent of the
Puunene mill, returned on Wednesday
evening from a trip to Honolulu.
Miss Lucas, who has been visiting
on Maul for some time, returned to
her home in Honolulu last aSturday.
Hugh Howell returned last Sunday
from Honolulu where he attended the
big ceremonial session of the Shrin
ers. George B. Clark, private secretary
to Governor Pinkham, Is spending a
two-weeks vacation hunting on Molo
kai. Mrs. O. J. Whitehead is expected to
arrive home tomorrow from a trip
to the mainland, on the big Hill steam
er. Great Northern.
William Walsh, superintendent of
the Kahulul Railroad, accompanied
by his family, returned -this morning
from a visit to the Coast.
H. Strcubeck, of Walluku, returned
from Honolulu this week where he
went last Saturday to attend the an
nual meeting of the Shrincrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Bice and
children, of Paia, returned homo this
morning by the Manoa after spending
several weeks on the Coast.
Victor C. Schocnberg, assistant
cashier. In charge of the Lahalna Na
tional Bank, returned this week from
a several months vacation spent on
Mrs. Victor Schocnberg, of Lahalna,
did not return this morning with her
husband, from the Coast, but will re
main on the mainland for some weeks
longer before returning.
John Little, bookkeeper of the Pio
neer Mil! Company, of Lahalna, came
over to Kahulul this morning to meet
his mother, who arrived by the Ma
noa, and who will visit him for the
Mrs. D. Kent, of San Francisco, ar
rive dthls morning to visit her sister,
Mrs. G. K. Trimble, in Walluku. Mrs.
Trimble, who has been In Honolulu
for some days, returned on the Ma
Manuel B. Porlera, for the past
year foreman of the Maui News, left
for Honolulu last Saturday to accept a
position with the Mercantile Printing
Company. He was accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Williams, of
Honolulu, accompanied by Mrs. Bata
A. Mills, Grand Worthy aMtron of the
Order of The Eastern Star, were ar
rivals by the Manoa this morning.
They are on their way to Hawaii to
visit the volcano.
B. R. Fenn, wireless operator at
Lahalna, left last Saturday for Hono
lulu for a two weeks vacation. Ho
was accompanied by his wife and
child. During his absence the station
Is being handled by B. E. Hagcmann,
an operator from Honolulu.
J. N. S. Williams was a visitor at
the Kaeleku plantation this week,
making the trip to Hana overland by
the ditch trail. Ho stopped off on his
way back to Honolulu from a business
visit to the Big Island.
Mrs. A. C. Bowdlsh, who ha3 been
visiting relatives on the mainland for
a number of months, returned today
by the Manoa. She is accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. M. II. Kimball, who
will visit her at Sunnysldo for some
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barter, of Now
York, parents of C. E. Barter, fuper
Intondent ot the Haiku FrulUfc Pack
ing Company, arrived this morning
by the Manoa and v,lll spend the
winter on Maul. They havo taken the
von Tempsky cottage at Makawao.
Mlf3 Mabel 'r is of San Jose, Cali
fornia, arrived on Maul Wednesday
of this week as a teacher in either the
Walluku or tho Paia public school. Sho
expected to be assigned to the vac
ancy caused by the death of Mrs.
I'"' but mabc B na to Taia. Be
foro coming here. Miss Broso was con
nected with tho San Joso normnl
Alfred Wadsworth, son of B. A.
Wadsworth, of Walluku, arrived homo
from Punahou last Sunday suffering
from Measles. Ho has been auito
sick during tho past week, but is re
ported to be much better at the pro
sent time. Whilo thero havo been
many cases of measles In Honolulu,
especially in the Kamehamcha school,
young Wadsworth's case Is tho first
to bo reported from Punahou.
In tho case of Mieka Whltford v&
C. D. Lufkln, guardian of tho Kanlu
helo minors, assumpsit. Judge Edlngs
yesterday awarded judgment to tho
plaintiff in tho sum of $2-16, with In
torost, attorneys commissions and
costs. Crockett and Vincent, attor
neys for plaintiff; D. II. Case, for defendant.
Pertinent Paragraphs 1
The Walluku Hotel Is being enlarg
ed by the addition of n new -1-room
cottage in the rear.
The December meeting of the Maul
board of county supervisors' will begin
next Wednesday, December 8.
The Ladles' Aid Society or Walluku
Union Church will meet at the homo
of Mrs. Geo. W. Wilbur, next Tucsdny
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The monthly meeting of tho Mnul
Industrial Accident Board will bo held
in the Walluku district court room
tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Mlleka Aknmu was on Wednesday
granted a divorce from Akamu, her
nusbaiHl, on grounds of desertion.
Work on the construction of the ad
ditional three rooms to the Puuncno
school Is practically finished, and nil
the classes of the school expect to bo
holding sessions in the new quarters
within the next week to ten days.
A baseball game has been arranged
for Sunday, December 12. between
the Hamakuapoko and the A. Sr B.
teams. Both of these teams have
been doing hard practicing lately, ind
the outlook Is for a rattling good
Harry Gesner the local Overland
agent sold two more cars this week
One to J. Ambrose, Lahalna and a
large Federal truck to the Pioneer
The Womans' Guild of the Church
of tho Good Shepherd will hold n
meeting with Mrs. Vllllcrs, Walluku,
on Tuesday, December 7th at 2:30
p. m. to elect officers for the coming
Tho first annual accounts of the
trustees of the estate of A. Enos,
deceased, were yesterday examined
and npprovo by Judge Edlngs, of tho
Second Circuit Court.
The second of the "Six Saturday
Night" dances, held last Saturday
evening at the Community House,
Pala, was a delightfully successful af
fair. About 10 couples were present.
The next dance will probably be held
on the If th of this month.
Supervising Principal William L.
McCluskey, was one of the speakeis
at the meeting of the Kuiaha farmers'
i;cl5c 1'isi .j" di'y ni;.;lu.. He
told of his own experiences in home
steading, ho being one of the original
Olaa homesteaders, on the Island of
Hawaii. Ills account of the trials
and tribulations of tho Olaa coffee
farmers was interesting, though hj'P
orous. Mr. McCluskey still owns his
I-jK'fFtcad, whh Is now p'jnited to
Tho girls of the Maul High School
a-c it Jking ' rward with imi:h ex
pectation to the basket ball game to
be played next Friday afternoon with
the Alexander House Gymnasium
girls, on the High School grounds, at
Hamakuapoko. Tho Gym team ad
ministered a bad defeat to tho school
girls two weeks ago, but the latter
hope to regain their lost laurels in
the coming contest.
Allen E. Parnialee, of the Puunenb
mill machine shop force, who was
seriously injured about two weeks ago
by a large wheel falling up on him
and breaking his right leg at tho hip
joint, Is getting alon ns well as pos
sible in the hospital. It may bo four
or five months before ho will be able
to be about r.gnin.
Tho annual meeting of tho Hawai
ian Sugar Planters Association will
begin this year on Tuesday, December
14, In Honolulu. An unusually inter
esting program Is expected In the re
ports of the various standing commit
tees, and the discussions that will be
Maui Kamaaina Takes
Crack at Loan Fund
Some unknown Maullto, who very
evidently doesn't like tho way tho
Maul loan fund commission is hand
ling Its work, has sought the aid of
tho Honolulu Advertiser's pow,erfvO
kahuna, with hope of getting relief
for his grouch. The letter he has
written is as follows:
Kahuna Nul, co Tho Advertiser:
Say, look here, Kahuna Nul, what's
the matter with our Maul friend,
Frank Baldwin, being governor. He's
a crackcrjack for business got all
these malihlnls lashed to tho mast for
hustle and efficiency. And kind and
generous you bet! Ask any Hawai
ian, any worker; you'll sec!
And If you're any Kahuna you'll be
gin right off a red-hot prayer that will
rid Maul of the bunch of slow young
malihlnls on tho Loan Fund Commis
sion. Ten thousand dollars Is what the
legislature gave for a reservoir and
for tho caro of tho sick. And that
hunch supposed to bo making plans
and specifications havo already used
up nearly $1000 paying themselves
salaries. Every milo of "specifica
tions" has to go to "Charlie Fob"
overy week or so to bo O. K.'d, and
that young man at tho head of tho
bunch keeps throwing out all the
thing3 planned for tho kitchen for
those sick fellows on the mountain.
"All to expensive," ho says. First the
kitchen chimney went; then tho store,
etc., etc. And when he is throwing
out, timo goes, and tho money, too!
So you just get to work now. Go to
it! Mako that tobacco prayer of
yours and free us from tho awful in
cubus of malihlnls.
A LONG-SUFFEBING KAMAAINA.
PUBLIC WORKS DELAYING WORK
Tho loan fund comlsslon will hold
a meeting tomorrow morning, but un
less the tomorrow morning's mall
bring3 some approvals from tho pub
lic works department, thero will not
bo much business to transact. Most
of tho field and otllco work of tho loan
fund engineer's office has been com
pleted, and tho force for tho most
part is being sent back to Honolulu.
As soon as tho plans and specifications
on tho various projects aro passed
upon in Honolulu, bids will bo called
for and actual construction begun.
Saints Lose First
Game To Japanese
Big Surprise When Manager Okamura
Caught Leaders Napping. Cham
pionship Decided Sunday.
i Standing of Teams.
P V T. 1VT
St. Anthony 5 4 1 .S00
niiieso 4 2 2 .000
Asahls n 1 n
Wnlkapus 4 l 3 .250
The Chinese beauts of Manager Sam
Alo tackled tho Walkanu team last
Sunday and proved to bo the superior
of the two by beating their opponents
to the tune of 8 to C.
But Manager Geo. Edwards of tho
Walkapus does not worry much over
his defeat because as hecsavs his re
gular lineup was not on tho diamond
as J. Bodrigucs and Maxwell were
unable to make their appearance.
Edwnrd's lenin u-na frat n lo.
crossed tho plate four times In the
1st nnd twice in the 2nd.. The Chinese
in their tUril tnilllell iwn nnnli In tm
1st and 2nd, one in the 3id, and tied
1110 score 111 tno uth.
In the Sth the Plilnnso rml Dir. inml
When Philil) scored n linmo
one man on baso thus making 8 runs
to their credit, while the Wa'Kapus
got nothing after the 2nd inning and
lost the game.
In the second game, both Manager
Frank Rantna nnil r!m( ntn 1"M TTnt. i
VCfit of tho St. Anllinnvs Worn fll arm.
pointed at seeing their team meet
defeat nnd llieir wlnnlnir mrm-rl
broken by tho Nipponese by the score
of 11 to 9.
The came wnn ilpplnrml In fnvn,. nr
tho Asahi team in tho Sth by Umpire
Cummings on account of darkness.
Next Sund.lV the Snlnln nnrl Pliln
cse will battle In the first game .and
11 tno lormcr wins it will clinch their
claim to tho championship of tho first
The second game will bo between
tho Asahls and Walkapus and the
batteries of the respective teams will
probably bo as follows:
St. Anthonys "Blacklo Kaehu-A.
Chinese D. Chong-A. Do Bego.
Asahls A. Okamura-Harimoto
Walkapus Kala-W. Cockett.
Scores by Innings of last Sunday's
games were as follows:
Walkapus 4 3000000 0 G
Chinese 22100102 08
123 4 5G78
Asahls 0 0 3 3 0 2 0 3 H
St. Anthonys 0021300 39
Umpire Geo. II. Cummings. Scorer
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK, December 2. Baron Sliibuzawa proposes Six
Power alliance after the war is over, to include the United States,
Britain, Italy, Russia,- France and Japan.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 2. Eddie Santcll, American
wrestler, defeated Noguchi, Japanese jiujitsu champion of Sth class
here, the American winning 1st and 3rd falls. Eighth class is next to
LONDON, December 2. Through Italian sources news has been
received of series of important Russian successes on their extreme
southern front of Bukowina. Austrians arc said to have been put to
flight in a number of places, moving prisoners and guns.
WASHINGTON December 2. According to statements made
yesterday American navy today is manned wholely by American citi
zens or citizens of American dependencies. All aliens now excluded
from enlistment or employment aboard vessels of the navy.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 2. Governor Johnson is ill.
EL PASO, December 2. Call for sovereign convention repre
sentative of the Villistas faction issued yesterday. Probably with view
to reorganizing the faction. Villa has lost his grip. Carranza says
greater part of Mexico is gaining nomal condition.
ROME, December 2. Italy declares separate peace with Vienna
is not considered. Victor Emmanuel joined Britain, France and Rus
sia with pledge not to make treaty with Teutons independently. Mis
sion of Kaiser was a failure. Dual monarchy refuses to cede to Rou
mania territory that is said to be Roumania's price for remaining
HONOLULU, December 1. Iaukea says Kuhio started suit with
out consent of Queen, who he says is satisfied.
Submarines begin a 48 hour test tomorrow.
Joint luncheon is plan for officers of the Great Northern.
Dope cases taken over from Territory by Uncle Sam.
WASHINGTON, December 1. Burnett, of Alabama, will in
troduce same immigration bill as has been before Congress several
sessions. Literacy test.
GERMAN HEADQUARTERS, December 1. At Prisrend,
victorious Bulgarians took 15,000 Serbians.
West of La Basse, German mine blasting did considerable damage
to English position.
HONOLULU, December 1. Alfred Hcnrickson, an interned
German spy in England, has been released. He is a Honolulu boy.
LONDON, December 1. British steamer Kingsway sunk. Crew
Russians greatly strengthen Riga front. From now on arc con
fident that with men and materials, they will be able to shatter German
defenses when ever forward move begins.
Italians continue the hammering of the Austrian stronghold of
PASO' December 1. Villistas in bad straits. Understood
Villa intends to evacuate Chihuahua.
PARIS, December 1. Believed here visit of Kaiser to Vienna,
to reconcile divergent views of Germany and Austria. Principal Ger
man desire in this connection is to obtain from Austro-IIungary a
pledge that she will sacrifice territory in Austria which Roumania
demands as price of neutrality.
HONOLULU, December 1. Suit against trustees of the Liliuoka
lam Estate, was filed by the Queen and Kuhio yesterday, charging
Iaukea and Dominis with conspiracy. Kuhio will leave for Washing
ton today. Suit promises to be interesting.
Reform school boys say they were fed on meat of cows that had
died of sickness. Superintendent Tucker learns unofficially he is to be
216 passengers on Great Northern. 1000 tons of freight.
LONDON, December 1. Having failed to nduce Russia to con
clude a separate peace, German diplomacy now has turned to securing
peace between Italy and Austria, which will relieve ally of Germany
of tenacious foe hammering on southern border and steadily reducing
defenses there, and which will permit Austria to throw another half
million men into campaign in Galicia and southern Russia.
IN THE CIBCUIT COUBT OF THE
SECOND CIBCUIT, TEBBITOIIT
OF HAWAII AT CHAMBERS: IN
THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF CABL FREDERICK MARTIN
SOMMERFELD, late of Kuiaha,
Petition of Catherine Sommerfeld
for Appointment as Administrator. IT
IS ORDERED, that Thursday, tho 11th
day of January, A. D. 191G, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and the same is here
by appointed for hearing said Petition,
at the Court Room of this Court, in
Walluku, Maul, Hawaii.
BY THE COURT
EDMUND II HART, Clerk.
Walluku, Maul, December 2, 1915.
Dec. 3, 10, 17. 24,
Police Make Another
Big Catch of Speeders
Twenty-eight drivers of nutomo
blles, caught in the police not laid for
speeders, were fined ?5 each, or for
feited a like amount, In District Mag
istrate McKay's court last Monday
morning. Only one man pleaded not
guilty and attempted to put up a
defense. This was II. C. Waldron, a
traveling representative of tho Hono
lulu Iron Works, but ho was adjudged
guilty with tho rest, and pungled up
his five spot. A number of tho speed
ers, who had been previously arrest
ed for like offense, were fined $10
Instead of $5. Tho trap on this oc
casion was laid near the Maui Wino
and Liquor Company's place of busi
ness, on Main street.
Those caught on tills occasion were
K. Slilmobuba, A. Yamamoto, Frank
Davis, D. Monlz, II. C. Waldron, Ray
mond Rosarlo, S. Masuda, M. Shlro
nilzu, Mnsarona, II. Hanaoka, Katsu
tani, Ikoro Suml, John Kaehu, E. W.
Awana, David Kaina, Ed. Sopor,
Ernest Baldwin, II. English, E. Furu
gawa, Manulwa, J. S. B. Mackenzie,
Kobatako King, J. Klyonaga, N. YagI,
S. Togunaga, Miyokl, F. Sommerfeld;
RE-SURVEYING HOMESTEAD LOTS
H. E. Newton, of tho Territorial sur
vey department, Is engaged in relocat
ing the boundaries on a number of
the .Kuiaha homestead lots. Tho ori
ginal survey was made about six years
ago, and many of the wooden stakes
set at that time have disappeared,
resulting In considerable confusion
in a number of Instances.
PLAN MONGOOSE CRUSADE.
The Kuiaha homesteaders aro con
sidering a concerted crusade against
the mongoose. It is planned to dis
tributed poison all over the district
for a week or two, and during the
period to keep dogs and other domes
tic animals which might be destroyed
by the poison, shut up until after the
danger Is over.
Sealed tenders will be received at
tho office of tho County Clerk. Wat
luku, Maul, Territory of Hawaii, up
to 2:00 P. M Friday, December 10th,
1915, at which time snmo will ho
opened, for tho construction of a
teachers' cottage on tho Puunene
Plans, specifications and form of
proposal may bo secured at tho of
fice of the County Clerk.
A certified check for tho sum of five
(5) per cent of tho amount of bid
submitted must nccompany proposal.
Tho Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any nnd nil bids.
By order of tho Board of Super
visors for and Within nnd for tho
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii
WM. FBED. KAAE.
County Clerk, County ot Maul, T. II,
Nov. 2G, Dec. 3, 1915.
At a public hearing held In Hono
lulu, T. II., November 11, 1915, tho
Maul Telephone Co. was granted the
privilege to increase Its rates ns fol
lows: Prlvato telephones $3.50 per
month; telephones In offices, stores
and hotels, $5.00 per month. Install
a toll system as follows: Calls be
tween Central Maul, (that Is cither
Pala or Walluku Centrals) and La
halna or vice versa 5c each, and calls
between Central Maul and Hana or
vlca versa, 10c each. Bcmoval chargo
of $3.00 per telephone, that is, tele
phones moved from one location to
another for any subscriber. The new
rates to take effect on and after Jan
uary 1, 191G, provided there Is no good
and valid complaint filed with tho
Commission on or before that date.
Any person knowing of a good and
sufficient reason why the increase
should not bo allowed is requested to
communicate with tho Public Utilities
Commission of Hawaii at Honolulu.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Honolulu, T. II., November 2G, 1915.
Dec. 3, 10, 17, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that an "Or
dinance Providing certain Bulcs and
Bcgulations For And Imposing Certain
Bestrictions Upon Tho Use of Public
Highways In Tho County Of Maui,"
will bo taken up for final considera
tion on Friday, December 10th, 1915,
at 2:00 P. M.
BY OBDEB OF THE BOABD OF
SUPEBVISOBS FOB AND WITHIN
THE COUNTY OF MAUI, T. H.
WM. FBED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul, T. H.
Nov. 19, 2G, Dec. 3, 1915.
CHOICE S. C. WHITE LEGHOBN
Breeding Cockerels. Wyckoff strain.
$3 to $5 each. F. II. KKAUSS, Hai
ku, Maul. tf.
One Hawaiian mute, broken to har
ness and saddle, in sound condition,
and one 3-year-old colt, broken to sin
gle harness. Apply at
tf. MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
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.
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
This is ono of our specialties.
Remember wo pay parcel-post
charges on all ropalrs. Send us
Regal Shoe Store
. J. MANALO
The Expert Tailor
PAIA, MAUI, T. H.
Tho Tailor in tho Island that pro
duces the most perfect suit made.
High grado lining nnd workmanship..
Wo take orders and deliver with
promptness and despatch.
P. O. Box 84.
Expert Tailor in Town
Your Suits made to FIT at Chatanl
Tailors by M. Inada, an experi
enced tailor who recently ar
rived In town ,
Try Ub. You Won't Regret It.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Victor Talking Machines &
Now is the time to send us your
Complete stock to choose from
now $15.00 to $350.00.
THE HOME OF THE
Steinway and Starr
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahtilui, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
BEN WILLIAMS, R. W. M."
AUTO FOR HIRE
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Kates
reasonable. Ring up
James C. Toss, Jr.,
ALO II A LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Recular meetings will be held nt the
Kniirhts of Pythias Hnll. Wailuku. on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visitine members are cordially in
cited to attend'
E. J. WALSH, C. C.
II. A. HANSHN, K. R. & S.
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
H. OKA1YI LIRA'S
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street.
Cold Lunch Served nt nil Hours.
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At