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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916.
Many Lives and Much
Money Lost in the Flood
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It Is understood that, the ofllcial re
port of the prorrpdinps or 1 ho Inst
Civic Convention, when stretched out.
will make only nhout a hundred
panes of a booklet or very little
more than that. Wo confess some
pleasure in this news, for the effort
in the past to make a his booklet of
Civic Convention iiioceedincs, which
no one haa either the time or disposi
tion to read, has never appealed to
us. If the Kauai committee has suc
ceeded in condensing the meat of the
recent convention and put tins the
same into small compass, as we under
stand it has, it. has set a desirable
pace, and Is to he complimented.
A year or two ago, when II. Good
ing Field declared that Hawaiian
waters could furnish better Rnme
fishiiiK than Catalina, his remarks
were put down by a good many folks
as the exaggerations of a tempera
mental enthusiast. Well, this morn
ing two noted mainland sportsmen
came home from a trip during which,
in about four and one-half days of
fishing, they killed eight, or nine
hundred pounds of finny fighting
machines. "Greater than Catalina!"
they exclaim, and prophesy that Ha
waii will soon become internationally
famous as the home of wonderful
game-fishing. Rather looks like a
score for II. Gooding Field. Star-Bulletin.
The instruction received by Major
Iiroadbent on Friday to proceed to
change the Kauai battalion of the Na
tional Guard into a regimental organi
zation should be quite satisfactory to
the entire island. As we have pointed
out. before, the arrangement whereby
the regiment was divided between
Maul and Kauai could never work out
as satisfactorily as the new plan of
giving to each island its own complete
regimental machinery; and we are
confident that the latest turn of af
fairs will bo as gratifying to the Val
ley Isle as to ourselves. Garden Island.
The Maui catastrophe has stirred
the feelings of the rest of the citizens
of the islands and there Is no doubt
had there been the slightest necessity
for a general relief fund being started,
all the other islands would quickly
have established lieartqunrters for sub
scriptions. However, the fact that
Maul is a rich island and her people
most generous and hospitable, rend
ered any outside help unneresi-aty.
Still, the sympathy of eveiyone goes
out to the stricken (own of Wniluku
and the hope expressed that the enor
mous damage will soon bo repaired
and a new era of prosperity will begin
at once. Hawaii Herald.
The announcement that the steam
er Great Northern is to be put back
on her old Coast run within a short
time is no shock to those who have
been watching with surprise the beg
garly support the liner has been re
ceiving in the way of freights from
importers and exporters. The big
noise made a short time ago regard
ing the share Hawaii should assume
in keeping the Old Flag flying and
helping maintain the American mer
chant marine sounded like bunk at
the time. Advertiser.
It would seem to be taking great
chances for people to build houses in
old gulches where every evidence of
water having at one time or anothr
reached very high marks can be seen.
There is never any guarantee that na
ture will not repeat what she did in
the dim past and risks should rot be
taken, except perhaps, as to raising
crops in the valley flats. Hawaii
If the report that McCain is trying
to get another job in Hawaii be true,
he ought to be encouraged. We need
at least one honest man in these is
lands, even if he cannot be happy.
Hy all neams let's get togother and
pull for Jeff. If we have to pay the
freight on Old Rose to coax him back,
the result is worth it. Advertiser.
Jill the popular books in late or
Wail orders promptly attended to
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New Books Received
By Maui Library
The following new books were
placed on the shelves of the Maui
Library this week, through the kind
ness of Mrs. Harry Penhallow:
Michael O'llalloran Gene Stratton
Aunt Jane Jennette Lee.
House of Happiness Dosher.
Iilue Blood and Red G. Corson.
Money Master Gilbert Parker.
Heart of the Sunset Rex Iieach.
Besides the above, the following
other books have been added to the
library in the past week:
Summary of Musical History Par
ry. Musical Dictionary L. C. Elson.
The Next Generation Fiances Gu
The Boys' and Girls' RepublicWil
son L. Gill.
A New Citizenship Wilson L. Gill
What Makes A Nation Great Fre
derick Lynch T.
The Two St. Johns J. Stalker.
English Literature In Account Wh
Religion Edward Mortimer Chap
man. What to Read To Our Children
Hunt. At a meeting of the book committee,
held yesterday, a large number of
books were selected to be ordered Im
Over Maui Fishing
The annual stockholders' meeting of
the KEAHUA RANCH CO., LTD. will
bo held at the office of the Company
at Paia, Maui, on Friday, February
18th, 191G at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
W. S. NICOLL,
Jan. 28, Feb. 4. 11.
"Hawaii is the leading game fish
center of the world."
This was the statement made last
Tuesday by James W. Jump of Los
Angeles, who had just returned from
Maui, where he had been fishing off
the little island of Molokini. In less
than two hours Mr. Jump caught two
tuna, weighing 82 and 61 pounds; two
ona, weighing 62 and 40 pounds; and
Day after day of splendid sport Is
reported by those In the party, Mr.
Jump, F. K. Burnham and II. Gooding
Field, who used H. A. Baldwin's
launch "Albers" for their excursions
to different fishing grounds. Yester
day was a banner day, more than 3!0
pounds of yellow-fin tuna being land
ed in three and a half hours.
Mr. Field this morning rode through
the city in an automobile in which
reposed two monster fish, both prized
tuna, which together weighed 132
pounds, and the others brought back
Mr. Jump holds the world's record
for catching yellow-fin tuna. At Cata
lina one day, the noted angler landed
29 of these fish with light tackle. The
statement of the wealth of fish in Ha
waiian waters is by an authority, as
Mr. Jump has been an active fisher
man for more than 20 years. Star-Bulletin.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Market Street, San Traneiscc, California
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
The Annual Stockholders' meeting
of the HALEAKALA RANCH CO
will be held at the office of the Com
pany at Paia, Maui, on Friday, Feb
ruary 18th, 1916 at 10 o'clock a. m.
V. S. NICOLL.
Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11. .
Lurlino 92 Jan. 4
Hyades G9 Jan. 6
Enterprise. .131 Jan. 8
Wllhelmina.. 78 Jan. 32
Manoa 25 Jan. 18
Matsonia.... 27 Jan. 26
Hilonian 93 Jan. 27
Lurline 93 Feb. 1
WTilhelmina.. 79 Feb. 9
Enterprise.. 132 Feb. 12
Manoa 26 Feb. 15
Hyades 60 Feb. 17
Matsonia.... 28 Feb. 23
Lurline 94 Feb. 29
Wilhelmina.. 80 Mar. 8
Hilonian.... 94 Mar. 9
Enterprise. .133 Mar. 11
Manoa 27 Mar. 14
Matsonia..., 29 Mar. 22
Lurline 95 Mar. 28
20 Feb. 26
Mar. 12 Mar. 18
Hawaliaa Islands ArrlT
ArriTO L 8. F.
Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25
Jan. 25 Feb. 2 Feb. 12
Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 31
Jan. 18 Jan. 26 Feb. 1
Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8
Feb. 1 Feb. 9 Feb. 15
B'eb. 14 Feb. 23 Mar. 2
Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22
Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 29
Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Mar. 6
Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7
Mar. 7 Mar. 15 Mar. 23
Feb. 29 Mar. 8 Mar. 14
Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21
Mar. 14 Mar. 22 Mar. 28
Mar. 27 Apr. 5 Apr. 13
Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Apr. 3
Mar. 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4
Mar. 28 Apr. 5 Apr. 11
Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulul.
3. S. Matsonia
S. 8. Wilhelniina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Hilonian 1 To all Hawaiian Ports Yia
S. S. Hyades Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Enterprise To Hilo Direct.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Beginning with the "Wilhelmina," No. 77, scheduled to leave San
Francisco December 15th, and the S. S. "Hilonian," No. 92, scheduled
to leave Seattle about December 25th, the ocean freight rate will be
$4.00 per ton instead of $3.50 per ton between San Francisco and
Island Ports and Seattle and Island Torts.
fjime O able "-Uicihu lu i Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33,3 3o
5 23,3 20
5 2 3 17
5 ,3 07
5 093 5
58 a 53
4 52 a 47
4 Si 2 46
4 45 a 4o,
4 44' 39
4 40 2 35
M I A M I A M
i a5:8 42 6 35
.. Kahului ..
L" Spreck- "A
a" elsTi"e "h
L" Hama- "A
- Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
6 4o'8 50
6 50 9 00 1 40
3 45'5 48
1 42 3 47
1 52 3 57
1 53 3 58
),2 05 4 10
2 506 00
3 00 0 10
A M P M
6 223 15
dG 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leare Wailuku dally, except Sundays,
at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul at 6:50 a. m., and connecting with,
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried frM
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
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.
Ma. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots. '
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