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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915.
THE HOME OF THE
Stelnwoy ami Starr
We have large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair price and eaty terma.
W take old planoa In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
O. J. MANALO
The Expert Tailor
PAIA, MAUI, T. H.
The Tailor in the Island that pro
duces the most perfect suit made.
High grade lining and workmanship.
We 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 Us. 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.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. F. & A.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
BEN WILUAMS, R. W. M.
AUTO F"OR HIRE,
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
NUNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
James C. Toss, Jr.,
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially In
vited to attend"
E. J. WALSH. C. C.
H . A. HANSEN, K. R. & S.
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street.
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES f
Some day the Hawaii police will
get tired of having to chase half-civilized,
drunken or crazy gunmen with
their sticks and start after the mer
chants who sell weapons to Irrespon
sible persons. What this island needs,
as well as all others, Is a drastic act
prohibiting the sale of revolvers and
the providing of a felony sentence for
every convicted "gun-toter." Hilo
Little liana, Maul, has crowned it
self with glory for public spirit by
planting Kauwiki hill with several
hundred trees, on Arbor Day. Led by
"Mayor" Cooper and assisted by the
school, principal Mrs. Fraln, and staff
and boys, Hana turned out and made
a beginning at shady groves that will
cool and bless all posterity. We
would like to see Kohala do some
thing as fine as that Kohala Midget.
Back Number Reform Methods.
The Insurrection of the Industrial
School boys Impresses us as an illus
tration of what a mess back number
Ideas on penology will make. We are
inclined to think that these boys can
be no worse than those who are hum
anized and made into good citizens
by the Geo. Jr. Republic, or by the
New York Police, who are making
Junior policemen out of the tough
gangs. Kohala Midget.
On the Other Islands
Governor Pinkham's plan to visit
Washington this fall has been aband
oned, owing to the fact that Secretary
Land, of the Interior Department will
not be able until later to take up con
sideration of Hawaiian affairs. It is
declared from Washington that the
Secretary has complete confidence In
Millions In Dividends.
During the past five months divid
ends paid to shareholders of Hawai
ian sugar stocks have amounted to
$5,234,984. The dividends for Novem
ber totaled $795,125.
Bishop Moore Dead.
Bishop David H. Moore, of the
Methodist Church, died of paralysis
while on a train between Chicago nnd
Cincinnati, on November 24th. He
had visited Hawaii twice in recent
years and had many friends here,
Stuart Complains to Washington.
Judge Stuart, of the First Circuit
Court, has filed a complaint with At
torney General Gregory, against Chief
Justice Robertson, Associate Justice
Watson, and Circuit Judge Ashford.
The letter has been answered by
Judge Robertson, but the nature of the
the charges have not as yet been made
Japanese Offer Reward for Korean.
The Japanese merchants of Honolu
lu have offered a reward for the cap
ture of the Korean burglar and high
way man, Yo Yee Keuk, of $300. The
reward will be paid whether the man
is taken dead or alive. Yo Yee Keuk
has for some months been terrorizing
the Japanese sections of Honolulu,
and the police seem to be unable to
COST OF CONGRESSIONAL PARTY
The total cost to the Territory of
the visit of the congressional party
to the Islands, last spring, was $41,
722.74. This has recently been- de
termined by Secretary Wade Warren
Thayer, through whose hands the
money was paid. Maui's part of the
entertainment cost $2062.54 hotel ex
penses, $382.90; automobile hire, $680;
entertainments and receptions, $940.
May Indict Boy Leaders.
The territorial grand jury is In
vestigating the "mutiny" of the re
form school boys, which resulted in
the escape of 54 youngsters from the
institution. An effort is being made
to indict 15 of the larger boys for
unlawful assembly. It is reported
that Superintendent Tucker will prob
ably resign, as he admits that the sit
uation has gotten beyond his ability
Arrests for Usury.
Five men were arrested last week
in Honolulu, and are now held under
bond on charge of usury. They are
John Vivichaves, W. B. Wyman, E.
Markle, L. Ayau, and W. F. Peterson.
It Is claimed that the bunch has been
making a practice of lending money
to policemen and other county em
ployes and charging for from 15 to
30 per cent per month interest. One
man who borrowed $10, and later
paid back $8, was later alleged to
owe $40. Another who had borrowed
$15, was obliged to pay $70 to get
clear of the loan sharks.
Next Tuesday morning the Hawai
ian Sugar Planters association's an
,nual Ejecting will convene at the
chamber of commerce rooms, Hono
lulu. The morning session will be for
business only, the election of trustees
and new officers. The regular pro
gram will connmence at two o'clock.
There will be no banquet this year
and no entertainment or "high jinks"
have been planned.
WILL OVERHAUL MAUNA KEA.
The Kilauea will be placed on the
run of the Mauna Kea, tomorrowk
while the latter boat Is given a week's
overhauling and cleaning on the dry
Calls for Gun Clean-Up
Is It not about time that a general
round-up of nil the deadly weapons In
the county be made? Revolvers and
guns are possessed by hundreds oT
people who have no right to any such
property. Kit her the law should be
made to forbid the possession of such
weapons, or rise such a high license
tax should be put on them that none
of the undesirables could afford to
keep one. The recent shooting affairs
show how easily some men produce
guns and how absolutely careless
about human life they are. Hawaii
Tourist Outlook Good.
There are very good reasons for
Honolulu and the islands becoming
a considerable Mecca for tourists
during the coming year. Our "globe
trotters" have been detained at home
more than a year, and they will un
doubtedly soon be seeking new
scenes and new lands. These Islands
offer exceptional advantages, and the
attention of the tourist element will
undoubtedly soon be turned in this
direction. Kauai has never been fav
ored with tourist travel and does not
know what it is like; but in the in
terest of the tourist routes via the
other islands, we are favorable to any
efforts which may influence travel in
the direction of this Territory. Gar
By str. Claudine, December 7. Ed.
Farmer, Chuck Hoy, Ben Vickers, A.
Smythe, Rev. S. Aoyama, K. Y. Yee,
Miss A. J. Admas, Mrs. Chung Pan
By str. Mauna Kea, Dec. 6. F. Ma
kino, H. R. Horiguchi, Jonathan T.
McCrossen, T. Jomoto, Father Justin,
J. Hendricks, A. L. Meruk and wife.
By str. Claudine, Dec. 4. J. Sing,
Miss E. Kaialulul, Mrs. F.Strange.Dr.
Lichtenfels, Y. S. Lee, L. A. L. A.
Fan, Mrs. M. A. Wilbert, Miss K.
Hilea, M. Canha, Mrs. M. Canha, Mary
Kekauna, Master Yat See, Mrs. Yat
See, Yat See, Mrs. M. S. De Ponte,
Lee Chong, E. Murphy, A. I. Silva,
Frank Correa, Miss P. Ross, H. E.
Newton, C. V. Marston.
By str. Mikahala, Dec. 4. Tong Lee.
By str. Mauna Kea, Dec. 3. M. S.
Hammon. R. H. Trent, William
Thompson, D. G. White, Y. Tasaka,
Dr. Ohata, J. Gabaler, R. M. Allen, W.
By str. Mauna Loa, Dec. 6. W. H.
Field, E. W. Green, C. S. Desky, H.
B. Weller, F. J. Halton, Mrs W. Rich
ards, J. D. Holt and wife, L. N. Keahl
and fifty deck.
Entered of Record
JOHN E PIRES to Victorino M
Plres; in 3 pes land, Omaopio,
Kula, Maui. Nov 20, 1915. $2000.
KAIMI KUEHU (widow) to Moses
Kauhimahu; 3 pes land, Waiakoa,
Kula, Maui. Nov 27, 1915. $1.
JULIA H AH LOCK & HSB to Tr of
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints; pc land, Paia, Maui.
Nov 27, 1915. $65.90.
GABRIEL SANTIAGO to Frank Cras
tos; pc land, Haiku-uka, Hamakua
poko, Maui. Nov 27, 1915. $200.
WAILUKU MARKET & LAND CO,
LTD to Y Ting; pc land. Baseball
Tract, Wailuku, Maul. Nov 19, 1915.
MOSES KAUHIMAHU & wf to J Gar
cia; 3 pes land, Waiakoa, Kula,
Maul. Nov 29, 1915. $1.
KAUNALEWA (w) to Mrs. Annie Du
vauchelle; int in R P's 2989, 3002,
4999, Haou, Hana, Maul. Aug 23,
HAMOA AGRCTL CO, LTD to Wil
liam Williamson, Tr; Kul 4510 & R
P 1252, rents &c, Kipahulu, Maui.
Nov 9, 1915. $750.
OTTO S MEYER et als to Charles H
Merriman; shooting rights, &c,
within the Ahupuaa of Kahanui,
Molokai. Nov 15, 1915. 5 yrs at $150
MARIA PALI et al to Chan Wa, pc
land, Lahaina, Maul. Feb 6, 1915.
20 yrs at $45 per month.
L K KALAMA & WF to A N Hay
se!den, Ap 1 of R P 3431 & Ap 1 of
R P 4593, Honokohau, Kaanapali,
Maui. Aug 13, 1915. $300.
Assignment of Mortgage.
JOSEPH H KUNEWA Tr to Moses
Kauhimahu: R P's 7884 & 7892 &
Gr 3875, Waiakoa, Kula, Maul. July
2. 1915. $120.
Releases of Mortgage.
M P FREITAS to Gabriel Santiago;
pc land, Haiku-uka, Hamakuapoko,
Maui. Nov 29, 1915. $150.
JOE DO REGO to George Edwards et
el (leasehold, bldgs, automobiles,
goods, &c, Wailuku, Maui). Nov 29,
NEW PASTOR EXPECTED NEXT
Rev. Ellis E. Pleasant, who has ac
cepted the pastorate of the Kahului
Union Church, is expected to arrive
next week on the Lurline, to take his
new work. He will a rnompanied by
his wife. Mr. rieasant comes to Maul
from Ballcntine. Mont.
Dec. 5. Kaichi Matsui, 42; Kune
Yokoyama, 24. Both of Puunene.
Ceremony by Rev. Toda.
Those Who Travel
Chinese Take Game
From Mighty Saints
Latter Fail to Cover Chance of Claim
ing the Championship Two Fine
Games Promising Youngsters.
p w L PCT
Saints 6 4 2 .667
Chinese 5 3 2 .600
Waikapus 5 2 3 .400
Asahl 4 1 3 .250
All those baseball sports who did
not attend the games last Sunday
missed a treat. ISothc games were of
the best played since the opening of
the Winter League.
The first game opened with the
Chinese at bat first and they failed
to connect with "Blackie" Keehu's
delivery while the Saints also met
the same fate from the hands of the
Filipino slabster, Equing.
The second inning opened and both
teams were unable to see the ball. It
was a pitchers' battle. This continued
to the 6th, when Kama of the Chinese
was resting easily at second with two
down. Catcher Pomba of the Saints
became worried and made an error by
throwing wi'.d to second. Kama then
In their half of the 6th, the Saints
received nothing but a blank cart
ridge and so did Sam Alo's team, the
Chinese, in their half of the 7th.
The lucky 7th for the fast combina
tion of Saints came and Abe Kekipl
at bat first started trouble when he
landed a three bagger. Little "Gink"
Cummings then laid a bunt that wor
ried Equing, who threw wild to first
and Kekipi scored. They again scored
by a hit and totaled two runs.
The 8th came and both teams were
blanked. Iu the 9th aMnager Sam Alo
rallied his men and started good and
hard with Isami first up who hit safe
ly. "Speedy" Tom Cummings then
bunted safely, whl!e Kama advanced
both men and he himself rested on
firtst baso, making three on basep
with no down which wavered Keehu
Then such good batters as "Paakal"
Antone, Philip and J. Enos were Bent
up to and they responded by sending
three men across the plate and made
the Chinese kings of the day. The
Saints failed to help in the 9th and
lost the game by the score of 4 to 2.
Both the Saints and Chinese had
their strongest combination of ball
players on the diamond and the Chin
ese won their game by good hitting
in the 9th. J. Enos at second for the
Chinese was the star of the game.
The second game was between the
Waikapu and Asahis and the former
proved to be superior when they won
the game from the Nipponese by the
score of 4 to 1.
Okamura had his associates from
Puunene including the reliable Sueda
but he claims the backstop was not
in usual form and was unable to hold
him. Kala of the Waikapus is now
coming into the limelight as a slab
ster. The Winter League is now develop
ing some promising youngsters espe
cially in the pitching staff in the per
sons of "Blackie" Keehu, Equing, the
Filipino, and Kala Pelekal, the main
stay of the Waikapus. "Paakai" An
tone Is shining in the catching line.
The following is scheduled for next
Asahl-Chinese, 1 p. m.
A & B-Hamakuapoko, 3 p. m.
The score by innings was as fol
Chinese 0 0000100 3 4
Saints 0 0000020 02
Asahl 0 0001000 01
Waikapu 02000101 4
Umpire Geo. H. C. Cummings.
Scorer Eugene Bal.
Peanuts are Cheap
and a Good Food
Federal Farm Extension Division
Points Out Way to Economize
Tubers a Drug on Market.
The Federal Farm Extension divi
sion, of the Experiment station, sends
out the following:
Peanuts are quoted by the Territor
ial Marketing Division at 2 cents
a pound. A bag of peanuts weighs
between 30 and 40 pounds, and costs,
at the present time less than a dollar.
The value of nuts as food is well
known, and there are few opportuni
ties for economy offered to the good
housekeeper at this time as good as
this one of introducing peanuts into
the house as a regular article of food.
Every member of the household will
enjoy them roasted, and as a substi
tute for meat at a regular meal try
them in this way.
Chop or grind the nuts fine and
add to one cup of nuts, one cup of
dry bread crumbs. Mix the nuts and
crumbs with one and one-half pints
of milk. Add grated onion and salt to
taaste. Bake until firm and brown.
Let us suggest that you order a
bag of peanuts from the Territorial
Marketing Division, Honolulu, and try
them out in your home.
A PLEASANT AFTERNNON.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Wailu
ku Union Church met last Tuesday
with Mrs. Geo. W. Wilbur. There
were a large number of the members
present, who spent the afternoon
pleasantly making picture scrap books
for charitable distribution by the so
ciety. Miss Mitchell won the first
prize for despatch and artistic hand
ling of her material, a box of delicious
home made candy, while Mrs. Mar
tinson won the second prize1, receiv
ing a detectable Haiku grown pineap
ple. Delirious refreshments of rosel
leade, cakes and cocoanut creams
were much enjoyed.
Please send us your order for
Christmas Candy this week.
This will mean FRESH CANDY
delivered at the right time and
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
THE REXAL 8TORE
Port and Hotel
I Christ m as Cards
I A large and beautiful variety from which we
shall be glad to send samples for you to se
ll lect from. Send your orders in early.
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