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Tlir. f AUl NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916.
On the Other Islands
Romo 4n east iron street monuments
ve Ik en received from the Honolulu
...-U Works unl will lie plaeed nt
: lit inl ersections in Wailnlui and
i l iiiaii to mark the grades and eleva
ns. as soon as the county engineer
e;iiOi-unily to aseeltain the ueees
: y data.
i'ounly Attorney llevins, aerompa
i i. 1 ! y Mrs llevins, returned on Tiles-
r.iornint; lrom Honolulu where
y went to lake part in the rccep-
. i accordi d to Imperial Potentate
lis. and his party of thrillers
i l.i ir ladies, who arrived in Ilono-
i .:, l.isl l'lid.iy.
.rs. M. C. Rogers, head muse of the
, , hospital, is seriously ill at that
'union, having had to submit to a
: Mic operation about a, week ago.
i. .uiiy at the hospital yesterday
! i.::.--.'it thi information that she is
( ;m well as could he expected.
', iiuaty Kiicinuer Joel 15. Cox re
; d to Maui last Saturday accc.inp
i by his bride1, formerly Miss Hur
' .. c1' Pasadena, and they are quests
i:,e present of Rev. and Mrs. Jl.
'.'d-'i'. They expert soon to ko to
keeping in l ho W. II. F.ngle cot-
:. county engineer is having mea-
: M ilts and estimales made for ex-
i s the stream retaining wall on
'ii per side of the Market street
. ' -e. This wall is designed to pre-
future damage from floods in Iao
' i. and will be considered by next
v Ms meeting of the board of super
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson, who
1 ' been residents of Kauiaha for
nj'.ie weeks, where Mr. Robertson has
1 . :i overseing the road contracting
job of the Howell Engineering Com
i ..: y, have left for Kauai where they
w.il make their home.
A. L Mcrherson, the well known
live stock dealer of Honolulu, was a
Maui visitor this week. The shortage
o ships between the Islands and
I'i'et Sound has seriously interfered
v. his business, he says.
M'ss Winifred Wadsworth, who is
a . udent at Pnnahou, has been spend
i: . l.i r caster vacation with her par-
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth,
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Sloggett of Ha
. iliuapoko. returned this week from
.' ''I'u.ii'lu. Mrs. Sloggett while away
Sited friends on Kauai for some
Mrs. W. II, Engle, of Wailuku was
;i passenger from Honolulu by the
(.1 at Northern, on Tuesday. She will
vi. -it relatives in the east for several
County Engineer Joel C Cox left for
Molokai on Wednesday to look into
read matters and other things coming
under his jurisdiction. He is expec
ted home tomorrow.
'Chief Sanitary Inspector. L. Osmer
was in Hana last week on business
connected with the health department,
I). I'. R. Isenberg, who has been
t house guest for several weeks of
.:: and Mrs. Harold Rice, of I'aia, re-i'j-
. i d to Honolulu last Saturday.
Mi-. W. Hanneslad and Miss Hanne
sn.d. of Makawao, left last Saturday
or Honolulu where they will make
t: ir home in the future.
'id rogue is home from Tunahou
t ' week, visiting his parents, Mr.
; i Mrs. W. F. l'ogue, duri gnvaca
t ii, .
.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Mrs.
.V Schultz and her two children
b ' gone to Maui for the week's
sc'.i -,o! vacation. Advertiser.
'.orge K Trimble, chief engineer
o! !! Hilo Electric Company, is home
if Wailuku spending a two weeks va
' s 1'va Heusner, principal of Ma-
" !u Seminary, returned last Satur
i.'in a week's visit with friends in
. frank Stevens, of Taia, sailed
i' , i" coast by the Great Northern,
T ( ek for a several months visit
Mabel Taylor, of Hamaknapo
i i home from I'unahou Academy
1M. spring vacation.
i Rosecrans of Paia, returned
(. i ;. sday from several days spent in
;-ha Lodge, Knights of Pythias
h" ''s its regular meeting tomorrow
' m g at 8 o'clock.
.Mr. and Mrs Harold Rice were visit-
- in Honolulu this week.
.. I.. C. Atkinson and Robert At
' : "ii have been visiting Makawao
!. ;uis during the past week.
i r. and Mrs. W. I). Ilaldwin, of Hai
ku. Imve returned home from a short
i t to Honolulu.
M .ms Fassoth, ln ad of the Kipahulu
;.: ;,i;it inn, is pending a two weeks
- .i. :'ion in Honolulu.
Mr.;. Mary I,. Simpson, principal of
!v .:; sebool, has been spending the
; . week visiting friends in Wailuku.
Mi !. ;. C. Mtitiro, of Lanai, has re-
.::. ed home after u visit in Honolulu.
' 1 'ii. A. F. Judd, of Honolulu was a
. .1' s i.Mior at the Kaeleku planta-
: i H-uia this week, reiurning home
' i U'i ini sday. He will leave shortly
-i . a m-u-iuI weeks trip to the coast.
Ji.hu E. Cannon and Ceorge Free
i'liti, two of the leading citizens of
i.-iliainii, returned on Wednesday from
a ' eral days visit to the metropolis.
Mrs. George Wilbur and children,
have been spending the week at the
homestead at Kuiaha.
Miss Olive Villiers is home from
Puliation (-pending her vacation with
In r parents, Kev. and Mis. J. C. Vil-lkr:--,
Owing to n strike of meliil mln
in the east, there may be seme 1 I
in getting the new Diesel i -nuiii" in
the Island Electric Company's plan'
assembled. J. C. Itlnlr. the -vpt I
who came hi re from St. I.nuix to "i'
up the engine, states that cntain
brass parts have been delaed in ar
riving on account of the strike.
Commissions dating from M.nih 1'.
have been issued to Eli b 1 ii k .
Clowes, of I.ahaina, and to .l:il:n I'.
Thomson, of l'tiunilie, lis i.tpi.ii:;s n;'
the :hd Infantry N. G. II.
Gierke K. I.arrison. superim i ik!i -n;
of hydriigraphy in the ti rritoiy, Mil
fired a painful injury when a lues"
rock fell upon his fool last Friday.
The injury may partially disable him
for a week or two. Mr l.arrison vas
accompanying N. C. (! rover, chief
engineer of the I'nited States hydio
graphic survey, who was making au
inspection of the work on Maui at the
time of the accident.
The diphtcria epidemic which caus
ed some alarm in central Maui recent
ly, is believed now to tie well in hand.
One death occured at Camp f, on
Tuesday, of a small Japanese child. A
number of families are still held in
quarantine, but there seems little
danger of further spread of the di
sease. Word has been received from Molo
kai that Miss Rose Crook, of Maka
wao, who has been visiting on the
other island, had been painfully, and
perhaps seriously injured by being
thrown from a horse, last Tuesday.
She is at Hie home of James Munro,
of the Molokai Ranch. The hope is
expressed that her hurts may prove
to be superficial.
A tramping party consisting of
Crayton Sailers, Herhert Wells and
Tom Howell, all of Haiku, left on
Monday for Haleakala, and is expect
ed home today or tomorrow by way
of Kaupo, Hana, and the ditch trail.
For the benefit of the fund to ena
le the I'aia Christian Endeavor society
to attend the annual convention of the
organization to be held in Hilo this
summer a concert is being arranged
for Saturday, May 20, to be given at
the I'aia Orpheum.
The Maui Industrial Accident board
will hold its monthly meeting in the
district court room. Wailuku, next
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Good progress is being made by the
Lord-Young Engineering Company on
the erection of the new concrete buMd
ing lor the I.ahaina Store, a.. Eah.v.na
Miss Edith Livingston, who has
Completed her residence condition on
her Kuiaha homestead, has proved up,
and will probably leave for the coast
W.. II. McClellan has been appointed
a member of the board of harbor com
missioners to succeed E. E. Podge,
who. recently resigned on account of
The monthly meeting of the board
of supervisors will convene next Wednesday.
Chairman S. E. Kalama, of the board
of supervisors, was in Honolulu this
week, an interested spectator of the
various sessions of the territorial con
vention. Attorney Eugene Murphy, of Wai
luku, was in Honolulu this week in
connection with a number of cases in
the supreme court in which he is in
terested. John Vasconcellos, the Kahului
theatrical magnate, made a quick trip
to Honolulu last Saturday on business.
Manuel Carvalho, teacher at L'lupa
lakua, is spending his vacation in Ho
nolulu. J.C. Foss, Jr., returned Sunday from
Honolulu where he went on business
connected with the awarding the con
tract for a new road in the Kuiaha
T. Desmond Collins has tendered
his resignation as captain in the na
tional guard, on account of pressure
of private business.
Miss Pearl McCarthy, teacher at the
Maui Central High School, is spending
her spring vacation at her home iu
J. T. Fantom, of Camp 1, was a visi
tor to Honolulu this week.
MAC DONALDS LEAVE FOR COAST
Principal Clarence A. MacDonald,
of the Lahainaluna school, accompa
nied by his wife and son, sailed for
the mainland by the Great Northern,
uu Tuesday for an extended vacation.
Mr. MacDonald's years of untiring
service at the school have been largely
responsible for its present high state
of efficiency, and his rest is well de
served. Last Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. MacDonald were accorded a fare
well reception by the pupils of the
school, who rendered a pleasing mu
Mr. MacDonalds's health has not
been good, which is the reason for his
leaving at this time. He expects to
be away for six months. During his
absence the school will be iu charge
of F. A. Clowes, as acting principal.
The suffrage meeting this evening
at the Town Hall, Wailuku, under the
Uon auspices of the Ladies Aid So
ciety of the Wailuku Union Church,
promises to be one of the most excit
ing events of the season. The only
fear is that the militants may start
something that they will not be able
to stop. As a precaution the more
peacefully inclined delegates have ar
ranged for the Prt'senc of big orches
tra which it is hoped may be able to
cover up any untoward disorder that
may occur, and the Iloor has been
waxed so as to not afford a good foot
hold in case of a riot.
Torr.tory Wini Water Right Case
''. a il ' i i s i eii of .lutlt'e Maltheman.
el i' e thin! i In nit ,011,1. Ilnwnil, the
'i i a. 'iy bus won nn important suit
I i i ill" Pinker lianili liiMihlnc the
v ' i -blp of the wati r riL-htu of the
.r.eln.i uream, which supplies the
t'"n of Wnliiii -n. Hawaii. The case
v probably be cairled to the
s .., . !ae colli t.
A. I.. MacKnyp, mi old newspaper
i'.. a f I leiiolulil. who for several
V i s has In en proprietor of the Coral
:.i.. 'ins, on windward Bide of Oalui.
I . ." 1 1 pti il the position of editor on
. Ililo Tribune, succeeding Jamen
Mi S . anson, resinned. MarKay w ill
!: i"i-e of bis present business.
Nw Japanete Consul Arrive
l i'i uro Morol. the recently appoint
ed Japanese consul general, arrived on
M'T'lay in Honolulu to take the place
ei II. Arita. who for a number of
yiau hag been in charge of Japanese
alY.iirs In the Territorv.
Dr. Baldwin Sells Honolulu Home
' online to the Honolulu paper the
line residence properly of Dr. W. D.
li.iii'.win, in Manoa Valley, has been
pun base by James S. McCandless
("Sunny Jim"). The property Is con
s'lh led one of the most desirable in
I Those Who Travel
look for this sign
Iu a .0
Per str. Mnuna Kea, March "1.
W. II. Green, Geo. Sherwood, J. P.
C.ukett, wife and son, C. L. Polltzer,
J. T. Fanton. C. D. Lufkln, J. F. C.
Hageiis, A. W. Perry, Mrs. Rawak, E.
Fei tiadez 11. White. Mrs. A. Gilman,
Miss 1'. McCarthy, I'ujll, J. Vaseoncel
U ., A. .1. Gomes and wife, Miss Gonis,
Sam Pupuhi, E. Ahnee, C. A. Mac
Do;. aid. wife and child, E. Murphy,
L. D. Warren. M. Carvalho, S. E. Kala
ma. P. Schmidt, M. Fassoth. II. D.
Slogett, 1). C. Lindsay, D. H. Case, H.
lla iell. O. W. Hennig.
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