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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1916.
A STREET SHOE
that is NEAT
. COMFORTABLE and
Particularly adapted for liinh-scliool wear. Made of soft Vici
Kid, Goodyear Welt Button Style, medium heavy, yet flexible
THE BATTLE OF MARATHON.
S3. 50 THE PAIR
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET.
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WE HAVE ARRANGED A SCHEDULE OF
BUSINESS HOURS THAT WILL ENABLE
US TO BETTER SERVE THE PUBLIC AT
THE SAME TIME GIVING OUR EMPLOY
EES MORE TIME FOR OUT-OF-DOOR EN
JOYMENT. THE STORE WILL BE OPEN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
6:30 a. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunday, 8 a. m. to 12 m.
5 p. m. to 8:30 p. m.
MAUI PATRONS ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LEAVE THEIR PACKAGES AND USE THE
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
THE REXAL STORE
Fort and Hotel.
And the Mound Under Which the OH
Grecian Heroes Rest.
A great Grecian Inndmnrk Is tho
Soros, tho mound erected over tho
graves of 102 Athenians who foil In
tho bnttlo of Marathon, Aug. 12, 490
B. O. Tho mound Is about forty feet
high and 300 yards In clrcumferenco.
Underneath the mound He the heroes
who died In this most decisive victory
which prevented the Persians from in
Tho battle had hardly begun when
tho Ferslatis In Immensely superior
! force, doubtless ten to one, pulled
themselves together nnd by sheer mass
broko through tho Greek center. But
this hod been calculated upon before
hand. MUtlades employed strategy,
making his line wealc nt the center,
nnd allowed the Persians to break In.
Then, with his heavy masses nt the
ends, he ground tho Torsion wings to
pieces nnd fell upon their center. The
most stubborn fighting, npnrt from the
bnttlo nt tho ships, was probably nt
this spot, half a mile from the shore.
Six thousand four hundred Persians
lay on this plain and along the shore,
while 102 men of Marathon lay wrap
ped In glory on the Held.
It was long suspected thnt the he
roes of Marathon were burled under
the mound, but Mr. Stnls, one of the
Greek cphorl of antiquities, studying
tho plain, came to tho conclusion thnt
the surface of the soil had been raised
by alluvial deposits eight to ten feet
nbove tho level of 400 II. C. In 1800
he drovo a trench with a downward
slant into tho center of tho mound
nnd found tho bones of the heroes
with their weapons bealdo them.
J. C. FOSS, Jr., Prop.
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Generator, Accumulator, Electric Horn,
Electric Head and Tail Lights $325.00
for Catalogue. Also Sold on Installments.
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Efficient in Action
THE FINEST CAMERA MADE
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Building, Honolulu,
Many Lives and Much
Money Lost in the Flood
Insure Your Life and De
posit Your Money With
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
General Banking and Insurance
If Completely Submerged They Must
Go to the Bottom.
Answering a correspondent who
writes: "I am very anxious to And out
whether a ship will sink If the bottom
of the ocean Is nt great depth or, at
least, at such depth that the weight of
the water would be greater than the
weight of the ship. It Is the opinion
of many that at a certain depth tho
ship would remain suspended Instead
'of sinking, to tho bottom. Flease ex
plain the exact truth of the matter,"
Edgar Lucion Larkln in the New York
"Any mass that will entirely sink
below the surface of the ocean will
sink to the bottom of any sen or ocean
on earth. This Is because water la al
"Enormous pressure In hydraulic
presses hos been made npon distilled
and also upon sea water, and the di
minution of volume that Is, Increase
of density Is only 0.000044 for ocean
water for each atmosphere, 1. e., each
addition of fifteen pounds to each
square Inch. Then water soaked wood
would bo Increased In density by very
nearly the same amount.
"Hence If all of the wood In a wood
en ship sinks below the surface It must
go to the bottom. The question of
reaching the bottom of the ocean Is de
cided for any kind of matter of any
ship or boat by its behavior at the sur
face. If all of the material of the boat
sinks at all below the surface, then It
will fall to the bottom of any sea, there
being such a Blight increase in density
of water at the bottom of the' deepest
Height of Waves.
Among the most trustworthy scien
tific measurements of ocean waves are
those of Lleutenunt I'arls of the
French navy. The highest 'waves
measured by him were in tho Indian
ocean between tho Cape of Good Hope
and tho island of St. Paul. Thirty
waves measured during a northwest
gale there averaged twenty-nlue and
one-half feet in height, and six of
them, following one another wit
beautiful regularity, were thlrty-eoven
and one-half feet in height Some still
higher waves were seon, but not meas
ured. In a moderate breeze the length
of a wave was found to be about
twenty-flve times Its height, but in a
gale Only eighteen times. London
A Kind Wish For Mother.
The flve-year-old found his mother
looking a bit unhappy.
"Ilave you a pain, muvver?" he ask
ed sympathetically. 'When she nodded
he thought u minute and then ex-.
"I wish a fairy would come and turn
your pain into a piece of cake." Then
the small boy asserted himself over
tho angul child, adding, "And I would
eat it" New York Sun.
Honolulu Wholesale Produce
ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL
Wholesale only. Feb. 28, 1.116.
way of a Train in spain.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
Inland tub butter, .b 28 to .30
Eggs, polcrt Oahu, doz 4",
Eggs, No. I,- Island, doz 38 to .40
Eggs, No. 2, Island 23 to .33
Eggs, duck, doz 35
" , durk .27 ',
Broilers, lb (2 to 3 lbs) 33 to .35
Young roosters, lb 30 to .33
Hons, 11) 2G to .27
Turkeys, lb 40
Ducks, Muscovy, lb 25 to .28
Ducks, lekln, lb 25 to .30
Ducks, Hawaii, doz 5.40
VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE.
Deans, string, gieen, lb. .08 to .10
wax, lb. .10 to .12
Beans, Lima in pod, lb 03
Maui Red, cwt 4.50 to 5.00
Calicos cwt 4.00 to 4.50
small white, cwt 4.50 to 5.00
Beets, doz bunches ,..3r
Carrots, do, bunches 4l
Cabbage, cwt 2.00 to 3.00
Corn, sweet, 100 ears 1.90 to 2.00
Corn, Haw small yellow 38.00 to 40.00
" " large yellow 35.00 to 38.00
Peanuts, small, lb 04
Peanuts, large, lb 02
Green peppers, Bell, lb 10
Green Peppers, Chill, lb 05
Potatoes, Isl, Irish, (none In niarket)
Potatoes, Isl, Irish, New 02
Potatoes, sweet, cwl 1.00 to 1.50
Onions, Bermuda, (none in ruarket
Tnro, cwt 50 to .75
Taro, bunch 15
Tomatoes, lb OG
Green peas, lb 08 to .10
' u.'.unibors, do.. 1.00 tol.10
Pumpkins, lb 02 to .02
Alligator pears, doz 1.50
Dananai, Chinese, bunch 20 to .50
Dananas, Cooking, bunch.... 75 to 1.25
Dreadfruit, doz 40 to 50
Figs, 100 .90
Grapes, Isabella, lb. .10
Oranges, Hawaiian, 100 1.00 to 1.25
Limes, 100 75 to 1.00
Pineapples, cwt 73 to .85
Watermelons, (none In market).
Pohaa, lb 08 to .10
Papaias, lb 01 to .02
Strawberries, lb 20
Beef, cattle nnd sheep are not
bought at lire weight. They are taken
by the meat companies dressed and
paid for by weight dressed.
Hogs, up to 150 lbs, lb 09 to .11
HogB, 150 lbs and over, lb.. 09 to .10
Beef, lb 11 to .12
Veal, lb 12 to .13
Mutton, lb 11 to .12
Pork, lb 15 to .17
HIDE8, Wet Salted.
Steer, No. 1, lb 14
Steer, No. 2, lb 13
Kips, lb 14
Goat iklns, white, each 10 to .30
Snoop skins, each 10 to .20
The following are quotations on
feed f.o.b. Honolulu:
Corn small yellow, ton 42.00
" large yellow, 42.00
Corn, cracked, ton, 42.50 to 43.00
Bran, ton 29.00 to 30.00
Barley, ton 34.00
Scratch feed, ton 43.00
Oats, ton 35.00 to 30.0
Wheat, ton 42.00 to 43.00
Middlings, ton 38.00 to 38.50
Hay, wheat, ton 26.00 to 30.00
Hay, alfalfa ton 26.50 to 28.00
Alfa' fa meal, ton 26.00
One of the Family.
Stranger I notlco your name ia Do
Maryon. Are you related to the
wealthy De Muryona of Bolgravia?
Poor but Respectable De Maryon
I am a a distant relative, sir.
"Indeed I IIowji distant?"
"Well, sir, as , distant as they can
What Rulaa the World.
When Napoleon caused the names of
his dead BuliHert to be inscribed on tho
face of Pcunpey'a, pillar some one crit
icised the, act as "a more bit of imagi
nation." "That la two," replied Na
poleon, "but Imagination rules th
"Your. ault, my dear, Isn't seaaoo
able." . "That's odd, when I got.u pepper ami
salt one too.' Baltimore, Ajuerlean.
gives you more
qualities account for
that no waste of gas.
Even the Expi-esses Creep Along at
Though They Were Weary,
Tho train this morning is a corrco
(express), but everything Is so new
that yon feel no more hurried than the
train and rather enjoy its ways. It
creeps Into tho station quietly nnd
carefully, ns if in fenr that somo hen
might havo laid ono of thoso numerous
flno Spanish eggs on tho track and it
might get broken In a too reckless np
proach. Sometimes but this doesn't
happen frequently it slows up when
near to ono of the smallest of the mul
titudinous stations nnd sneaks by
without stopping, as if ashamed or
When it does come to n standstill it
listlessly slides bnck a bit and then
slides forward a bit and then rights
itself onco more and then straightens
up with n Jerk, ns if it were tired und
iU muscles not obedient to will. Then
for a few moments every ono cautious
ly wnits to seo what further It Intends.
About the time it is thoroughly stop
pod some one puUs at the cord attach
ed to the tongue of tho station bell and
gives three signals to let tho passen
gersand any ono else who may be
Interested know that the train has
officially arrived, nnd a station em
ployeo calls out, "Snn Pablo, ocho nil
nutos!" meaning that thero will bo
eight minutes of waiting. Grant
Showerman in Atlantic.
ROYAL ETIQUETTE IN JAPAN.
A Member of the Imperial Family Can
Die Only In Tokyo.
Surely there never was a more grim
Journey made than that of the dow
ager empress of Japan when sho came
for the last time to Tokyo.
Sho had died in her pnlnco in the
country. But tho Japanese hold that
a member of tho imperial family can
die nowhere except in Tokyo. There
fore tho dead empress, theoretically
still alive, Journeyed from her country
place to tho palace In Tokyo with all
the ceremonial that attended her move
ments when living.
Sho traveled In the royal railway car
and was driven through the streets to
tho palace in a court carriage with
the blinds closely drawn. The minis
ters nnd high state officials who greet
ed her on her past arrivals in tho capi
tal were at the station us usual and
showed in no way that on this occa
sion they were meeting the corpse of
Troops lined the streets nnd present
ed arms ns sho passed. Only the great
crowds in tho streets, standing in si
lence instend of loudly cheering, be
trayed the fact that the imperial car
riage contnlned a dend woman. New
Willing Himself Well.
An Interesting exnmplo of a man
willing himself well is that of "Origi
nal" Walker. Tho thing was the work
of a moment He had been reading
Cicero's "Do Orntoro," nnd some pas
sage suggested to him tho expediency
of making tho improvement of his
health his study. "I rose from my
book," ho writes, "stood bolt upright
and determined to bo woll. In pursu
ance of my resolution I tried many ex
tremes, was guilty of mnny absurdities
and committed many errors amid the
remonstrances nnd ridicule' of those
around me. I persevered, neverthe
less, nnd It Is now, I believe, full six
teen years since I have had any medi
cal advice or taken any medlclno or
anything whatever by way of medi
cine." London Chronlelo.
Swam Too Long.
The attorneys for the prosecution nnd
defenso had been allowed fifteen min
utes each to arguo tho caso. Tho at
torney for tho defense hnd commenced
his argument with an allusion to tho
swimming holo of his boyhood days,
lie told In flowery oratory of tho balmy
air, the singing birds, tho Joy of youth,
the delights of the cool water. And In
tho midst of it bo was interrupted by
tho drawling voleo of tho Judge. "Come
out, Chawucey," ho suid, "and put on
your clothes. Your fifteen minutes aro
New York'i Publlo Schoola.
Public education In New York city
began with tho founding of tho Freo
School society in 1805. The society
Started in a small way, depending for
a tlmo upon public subscription. By
an act of tho legislature in 1842 the
board of cducutlou was established.
Tho Freo School society continued to
conduct its schools until 1853, when,
by mutual consent, they were all taken
over by the board. Now York Ameri
can. Flrat Aid.
"A woman can bo Just as self re
liant and independent as a man," said
Mrs. Flnson defiantly.
"Mebbo she can, Louisa, jnebbo she
can," suid her husband, "but not whllo
sho wears frocks that hook up the
back!" Loudon Telegraph.
Seemed AIT Right.
"Mamma, why don't you want mo to
play with that Kudger boy?"
"Bocnuso, dear, I know the family.
He hasn't good blood in him."
"Why, mamma, bo's been vacclnnted
twice, and it wouldn't take either
"Going to tho dansant tonight, Clar
"I haven't mado up my mind yet.
"For the love of Tote! Aren't you
satisfied with whnt you do to your
face?" Cornell Widow.
Entered cf Record
ELIZABETH KAMALI & USD to Al
beit Keawe Kul 611GI) Kahakuloa
Kaanapali, Maui. Aug 20, 1915. $1
II. A. Baldwin WF to Trs of Est.
of Henry P Baldwin; int in shares
in hui land Peahi, Hamnkualoa,
Maui & int in 3 1-2 A land Pueohaill
at Hamakunpoko, Maui. Feb 4,1916.
OM KF.KPEWA & WFto Samuel Ke-
Kl'EWA pc land Paunau, Lahaina,
Maul, Feb 11, 1916. $700.
LOSIANA K KEKAIIU to Cassie A
Drunimond 1-8 int in 4 prs land Ha-
KAl'ILA SYLVA WF to Zelic Coek-
ctt, Ap 1 BP 3120 Kul fG Wai
kapu, Maui. Trb 12, 19i6. $150.
WILLIAM J COELHO & WF to J S
Souza Int In hul land Peald, llama
kualori, Maui. Sept 28, 1916. $70.
HATTIE M MAPLE ET ALS to Rich
ard Burns et als; int in It P 2843
Kanaio, Makawao, Maui. Jan 4
LI A HALAO to Jerry Burns; int in
pes land, Wniluku, &c, Maui. Feb.
24, 1916. $250.
R A vVadsworth t WF to Y Yaroa-
moto; por Gr 2885, Pulehuikl, Knla,
Maui. Jan 31, 1916. $1 & conveyance.
Y YAMAMOTO to K A Wadsworth;
por Kul 9019, Ap 1, Pulihuikkl, Kula,
Maui. Jan 31, 1916 $1 & conveyance.
FRANK It COELHO &. WF to Alfred
K. Ting, por Kul 420. bldgs, &c,
Owa, Waiiuku, Maui. Feb 21, 1916.
KAINA KAAIHUE to Young Men's
Savs Socy Ltd; 2 pes land Walehu,
Maui. Feb 28, 1916. $200.
JOSEril K KAIWI to Cassio A Druni
mond int in Gr 21S5 Puuomaiai, Kau-
na etc, Maui, Feb 16, 1916. $50.
po, Maui, Feb 16, 1916. $30.
ZELIE COCKETT & HSB to Kauila
Sylva; Ap 1 It P 3120 Kul8586
Waikapu, Maui. Feb. 12, 1916. $75.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD, to
Matthew Hanu to sell for $375 auto
mobile, Maui, Feb. 3 1916
Power of Attorney
KEAHIALAKA (w) to James K Lota
Special powers, Maui, Feb 28, 1916.
AUGUSTINHO DO REGO to Tanaka
Ikoduchl, 11.07 A land Pulehuikl,
Kula, Maul.Feb 9, 1916, 10 yrs at
$83 per an.
Feb. 23. Antone Silva Pomba.Jr.,
27, Waiiuku; and Mary Alice Moniz,
22, Kula. Ceremony by Rev. Fr. Atha-
M. Tomokio, 32. Waiiuku, and Hat-
?uio I.' rata, 20, Lahaina Ceremony by
Feb. 28. Juan Lubininay, 23, Em
ma Kawawa, 17. Both of Waihee.
Ceremony by Father Justin.
Emilio Casio, 21, Catherine Kawa
wa, 19. Both of Waihee. Ceremo
ny by Father Justin.
Feb. 29. Cheung Kook Chung, 33.
Camp 't, Ilattio Te, 17; Camp 8. Cere
mony by Ensign Chas. Puck.
Joe Gomes, 20, Mary Perieira, 20.
Both of Waihee. Ceremony by Fath
Mar. 1, John C. Cnbral, 25; Waiiu
ku, Augusta F. Phillips, 27:Maknwao.
Arsenio Abellana, 21: H.uuakuapo
ko; Bessie Kozie, 10; Kcshua. Ceie
mony by Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco By Ventura, Men 6;
Lurliue, Mch 7. Chiyo Maru, Mch 10
Great Northern, Mch 12; Wilhelm-
ina, Mch 14.
Yokohama By Tenyo Maru, Mch 7,
Nippon Maru. Mch 22.
Australia By Sierra, Mch 21; Mals-
uia, Mth 31.
Mails will leave for the following
points as follows:
Sun Fransisco By Tenyo Maru,
Mch 7; Matsonia, Mch 8; Lurline,
Mchll; Great Northern, Mch 16.
Yokohama By Chiyo Maru, Mch 10.
Australia By Ventura, Mch 6; Ni
agara, Mch 22.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
Speaking of Eyes.
"Yes, my son."
"Kittens are not much nso until they
get their eyes open, are they?"
"No, my boy."
"Well, pop. Is it tho same with pota
toes?' Yonkers Statesman.
"I'm afraid the new cook will b
little too lofty for us."
"She came in a taxicab." Louisville