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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916.
i '! r.lam ho D. Cox anil daughter,
oi m Salvation Army, returned to
Honolulu on Monday night, alter a
v.- k's inspect ion trip on Maul. They
v ill 1' nve shortly for the mainland,
1 viulily not to return.
V. A. Anderson, formerly maniipor
ol i he Nahiku Rubber Company, who
t: i l oon on tho roast for the past
r. i.as taken Iho .position of man
: :.. r ol' t!n Acetylene Light & Agency
'i.nipany, of Honolulu.
'.I. M -Cuhbiii. chief engineer of the
Piorei r Mill, was in Honolulu this
-.-!.. He accompanied his daughter
v. i; :is returning to school after
.-V " i i i t the vacation week at home.
"!i and Mrs. Barter, left on Tues
ilav en iho Manoa. to return to their
I .1 ... on the mainland. They have
n isiting their son. at Haiku, and
M. . 'wao.
:. old W. Hico has been promoted
f:. rank of second lieutenant to that
c. . ; iain, of tlie Maui national guard,
(!. ' iv. from April 4,
'.. A. W. Tins. Miss A. K. Ting,
: : V. Tim; C hoiij? were passengers
1. i Honolulu h" the Mauna Koa, last
.l- y night.
. id Haughs, chief forester of the
r I of agriculture and forestry, ro
i .1 to Honolulu last Saturday af-
iioit isit to Molokai.
; n. R. Dodge is in Honolulu
' v i i . k to attend a mooting of the
; " "ian hoard. Ho is expected
In -..- tomorrow.
A. M. Brown, who was operated
r .-.'at the Pais hospital for append
ix I..-. i:'..out ten days a so, is reported
to he i-covering rapidly.
Mi.-s Margaret Searby, was operat
or. iiMin at the Puuneno hospital, on
''. nilay of last week, for appendi
citis, and is improving nicely.
.Mi ; Helena J. Walter, of Raven-r.-'..
niiio, who arrived from the roast
roc ntly, is guest of Kev. and Mrs.
E. K. Pleasant, of Kahulul.
.Yr. and Mrs. V. S. Beeman, of Ha
ni, -'..upoko, spent the week end Rt
I.: ' ninaluna as the guests of Mr. and
i s. Fred A. Clowes.
,i. V, . Canario and wife, of Wailuku,
v.. passengers for Honolulu by the
Mauna Koa, last Monday night.
H. A. It. Austin, Jr., of tho hydro
; :ic survey, arrived on Tuesday
and is looking after his gages in va
l -i t arts of the island.
:'r. and Mrs. V. O. Smith, of Ho
ii . i were arrivals by the Claudine
e i V-;esday
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cockett returned
t week from a short visit to Hono
Mis. A. J. Fernandez, of Kahului, is
a visitor to Honolulu this week.
Mrs. M. C. Rogers, of Paia, jvho has
been seriously ill for several weeks,
is 1 1 poned to be improving slowly.
Mrs. II. K. Duncan was hostess to
the Kahului Ladies' Aid Society, this
Description Of Beautiful Collection
On Exhibition At The First Nat
ional Bank Two $50 Pieces
at ion has been made in these col--i
of the iiiti resting collection of
iuii resting collection of Pana
':; itie Exposition commemorative
recently secured by the First
-ml Dank oi Wailuku. and now on
1 iiion there. The following is a
. .piio-i of the various coins in the
mi all of which
: ,n and coinage
':' series of commemorative.
- authorized by Act of Congress
h. Panama-Pacific International'
iiion, there is seen for the first
a $50 gold piece authorized by
( 'Vornniont of the United States,
v i.-suo of this denomination is
i I to not over 3(100 pieces and it
ovided that one-half of the issue
l.e octagonal in shape. These
. o first octagonal coins to be
".' i lby our Government.
. coining of the first $50 gold
was an event of considerable
.ration and local interest at the
Francisco Mint. Representatives
lie Government, State, City and
.shion, together with notable rep
.uaiives of foreign governments
present at the coining,
addition to the two shapes of the
uuld pieces, there are included in
series. One Half Dollar in silver,
Hollar in gold and Two and One
)ollars in gold. On the gold
i' appears an artist's .ideal of lab-id-
being the first time the sons
il have been honored on the coin-
oi any nation.
The following description of the
c . 'as by the designers has been sup
pi 1 to us by the Exposition:
HALF DOLLAR SILVER
I)i signed by Charles E. ISarber, issue
lin.il eiiio 2ou iiiiu pieces.
Obverse: Columbia scattering flow
er. ; attendant with cornucopia to
si dj the boundless resources of the
e. .. liackground, Golden Gate il-
ci i.y tlie rays or the setting
'"-ill ION 1913. Reverse: Shield
e I'niied States surmounted by
rii an Eagle and supported on the
side by a branch of Oak, einbeni
i rriigth and stability, ami on the
r side by the olive branch of peace
.-cnptlon: I MTU) STATES OK
1 l.Kli A HALF DOLLAR IN GOD
ONH DOLLAR GOLD
Designs by Charles Keck, issue lim
ited to 1'5,000 pieces.
The Maui industrial accident board,
at its meeting held on Wednesday
afternoon allowed the sum of $1,500 to
Mrs. Maria Vieira. as compensation
for herself and children for the death
of her husband, Manuel Nunos Vieira,
an employe of the Wailuku Sugar
Company, who was killed some months
ago when a rock rolled down upon him
while ho was opening a water gate in
lao Valley. The board also ordered
that a trustee bo appointed to admi
nister tho amount in the interests of
Dr. E. S. Goodhue, of Holualoa, Ha
waii, has just published an interesting
and valuable pamphlet entitled, "Re
sponsibility of Mothers for the High
Death Rate in Children", It is re
printed from notes of a lecture given
by Dr. Goodhue as a professor of dis
eases of children, at Riverside, Cali
fornia. Tlie little treatise on the pro
per care of children comes at an ap
propriate time when Honolulu and the
rest of the Islands are more or loss
interested in holding a "Baby Week".
Governor Pinkham, who has spent
all this week on Kauai looking into
the homesteads and water-rights
muddle on that Island, is expected to
return to Honolulu tomorrow. It is
possible that the Governor will visit
Maui next week, presumably for the
purpose of looking into the matter
of the appointment of successor to
Philip Pali, on the board of super
visors, and other matters.
The liana Improvement Club has pe
titioned the board of supervisors to re
pair the lower liana road, which was
badly damaged some months ago by a
storm. The board decided that it will
take a look at the road in question as
soon as possible, and then take stops
to have the damage repaired.
Owing to the resignation of Miss
Franc Eaton as domestic science
teacher in the Maul Central High
school, Mrs. W. S. Nicoll is substitut
ing in that position until the arrival
of a new teacher who has been engag
ed on the coast, and is to arrive in
about two weeks.
As a farewell to F. W. Jennings, of
Kahului, who will leave with his wife
in a few weeks for Michigan on ac
count of his health, the local members
of tho Elk fraternity will hold a social
session on Saturday evening of next
week at C. D. Luf kin's beach home.
By an order of the board of super
visors, tho county road through the
Kuiaha homesteads running eastward
from the Haiku cannery, will be clos
ed for traffic for tho next month or
more, while the work of macadamiz
ing is in progress.
Mrs. Ida L. H. Collins has been ap
pointed to the principalship of the Ku
iaha school, made vacant through the
resignation of Mrs. E A. Turner.
Mrs. Collins opened the school for the
spring term on last Monday.
A number of petitions for and
against Sunday moving pictures are
before the board of supervisors for
action at this week's meeting. They
may be taken up this afternoon or to
morrow for consideration.
E. S, Gillin, of Wailuku, who left
for the roast about six weeks ago, re
turned last Saturday, and has resumed
his position as draftsman for the Maui
loan fund eommission.
The supervisors have instructed the
county engineer to take steps for re
placing the Nahiku bridge, and to ord
er lumber for the same from Honolulu
Misses Margaret and Dorothy Hair
were tho charming hostesses at a pic
nic beach party at Paia, last Friday.
About a dozen of their young friends
The supervisors this week approved
tho recommendation for the construc
tion or a brick incinerator for the Ma
The lumber schooner Melrose,
which has been discharging a large
cargo at Kahului during the past
week, is exported to get away tor
the roast tomorrow.
ObverEe: Head representing Labor,
through whose efforts the Panama
Canal became a reality. Inscription:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
1915. Reverse: Two dolphins, indicat
ing the meeting of two oceans, sur
round ONE DOLLAR PANAMA-PACIFIC
EXPOSITION SAN FRAN
CISCO. QUARTER EAGLE (2'2) GOLD
Designs by Charles E. Barber, issue
limited to 10,000 pieces.
Obverse: Columbia seated on the
mythical Sea Horse. Columbia with
the Caducous, the emblem of trade and
commerce, inviting the nations of the
world to use the new way from Oce
an to Ocean. Inscription: PANAMA-
PACIFIC EXPOSITION 1915. Re
verse: American Eagle on a standard
and bearing the motto E PLURIIJL'S
FN I'M UNITED STATES OF A-
M ERICA 2' DOL.
QUINTUPLE EAGLE ($50) GOLD.
Designs by Robert Ait ken. issue
limited to 3,000 pieces ROl'ND and
OCTAGNAL. The first Fifty Dollar
gold pieces to be issued under the
authority of the I'nited Etates. The
motives used in this coins were
selected by the seuptor because of
their decorative pattern. Obverse:
Minerva, the Goddess of Wisdom
Skill, Contemplation, Spinning, Weav
ing and of Agriculture and Horticul
ture I'-NITED STATES OF AM ERI
CA FIFTY DO LLA R M C M X V IN
field, IN GOD WE TRUST. Reverse:
Owl, sacred to Minerva, the accepted
symbol of Wisdom, perched upon a
branch of western pine. PANAMA
PACIFIC EXPOSITION SAN FRAN
CISCO. In field, E PLURIBl'S UN I'M
The designer's initials, R. A. Dol
phins, suggesting as they encircle the
central field, the uninterrupted water
route made possible by the Panama
Canal, occupy, the angles of the oc
Waikapus Cinch Cup
In Sensational Game
Last Game In Winter League Champ
ionship Set Fans Wild Saints
Made Gallant Struggle
In a somewhat loosely played game,
but one full of excitement through
out, the Waikapus defeated the St.
Anthony team last Sunday by a score
of 11 to 10, This game finished the
champion series, and gave to the Wai
kapus the coveted E. O. Hall & Son
cup, for which tho winter league had
been playing. The game was watched
by a large and enthusiastic crowed of
fans, and the result was uncertain up
to the making of tlie last run, yith the
score tied several times, there was
excitement in plenty. This was tho
third game in the 3 out of 5 conclud
ing contest, each of the teams having
previously won a game.
Both teams had their best man on
tho diamond for the deciding game,
and tho fast little men of the Saints,
especially little shortstop "Ging."
Cummings Abe Kekipi and J. Sylva
made a lot of trouble by connecting
with Knla's delivery in the first inn
ing and scoring three runs.
This score was tied in tho first and
second innings by the Waikapus and
they again commenced walloping
Hanson's under benders in the third
and fourth, netting 9 runs altogether.
The Saints then commenced fight
ing an uphill game which showed
their pluck. Keehu, tho star pitcher
of tho Saints, was sent in to relieve
the situation but was too late, lie
was found for two runs.
In their first half of tho ninth, Sterl
ing of the Saints, with his mighty war
club poled the ball for a honor over
Marwell's head. This happened
when tho troublesome "Ging" and
Kekipi died at first and two men on
bases, one on first and third respect
ively. The score then stood 11 to 10 a
galnst the Saints. Hansen's powerful
arm then poled a long drive between
center and loft which looked like a
homer, but Marwell, in one of tho
prettiest and most sensational runn
ing catches of the year, saved the
day for the Waikapus and ended the
Entered of Record
PETER HALE & WF to Young Men's
Savs Socy Ltd: R. P. 5360, Kul 3775,
Ap 2, Koiahi, Waihee, Maui. April
8, 1916. $315.
ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE
A D FURTADO to Lahaina National
Bank;; Mtge of Lai Toong et al on
Lots 3 & 5, Furtado Tract, Wailuku,
A D FURTADO to Lahaina National
Bank; Mtge of Ah Cook et al on
Lots 2 & 4 & 6, Furtado Tract, Wai
luku, Maui. $1600.
MRS JULIA LEN WAI to G. Masuda;
R P 1836, Kul 518n, bldgs etc, Ta
naewa, Lahaina, Maui. April 1,
1916. 10 yrs at $40 per an.
SCIIUMAN CTRRIAGE CO LTD to K
Kalama to sell for $650 automobile
Maui. Mar 20 1916.
SCIIUMAN CARRIAGE CO LTD to
Turk Sang to sell for $2017.50 auto
truck Maui. Mar 1, 191G.
KAULAINAMOKU ALOHIKEA to
Jerry Burns; int. in lands, Kaupo
Maui. April 1, 1916. $350.
T KOSUKI by MTgee to D S Lindsay;
buildings & blacksmith shop, Paia,
Maui. Mar 10 1915. $300.
IDA KAAI & HSR to Julia M Tavares;
0.2525 A of R P 2211 Vi, Kul 5492,
Kaono Hamakupoko, Maui. Mar
23, 1916. $15.
A R SOUZA, JR & WF to Jose S Bras;
11 V4 A land, bldgs etc, Kaupakalua,
Hamakupoko, Maui. Apr 7, 1916.
AIMOKU (w) to Mary Solomon; int
in R P 2960. Kul 236, Pukoo, Molo
kai. Apr 3, 1916. $1.
J K KAIIOOKELE & WF to Frank
Santos; Lot 4 Kahookele Tract No
2, Wailuku, Maui. Mar 11, 1916.
EMMA K POOPAA to to John M Me
deiros; int in Lot 14 hui land Ha
makuapoko, Maui. Mar 25, 1916.
MARY T IRVINE to Casimlra A Drum
mond; int in lands Wailena &c lia
na, Maui. Apr 4, 1916. $100.
M MAIIIAI & WF to Joseph Mitchell
27-100 A of R P 2189 Kul 6482 Apr 1.
Kuiaha. Maui, Mar 24, 1916. $50.
IDA KAAI & HSB to Joe Souza 1-12
int in 1 A land, Kuau, Maul, Mar
23, 1916. $10.
HENRY N RANGE 4WF to Antone
R Souza Jr et al Trs Int in pes land
Papaaea, Haniakualea, Maui, Mar
18, 1916 $500.
MOLLIE K BROAD & HSB to Tanaka
Hikoichl R P 3140 Ap 2 and Gr 1704
Waikapu, Maui, Feb 21, 1916. $1500,
TIMOKEO KEKAHUNA to J Kama
nao int in R P 109X2 Halawa, Molo
kai, Mar 31. 1916. $20.
ELA K VICTOR & HSB to Casimira
A Drummond. 7 84-100 A of Gr 2192
Manawainui, Maui, Apr 1, 1916. $70.
JAMES AKINA to A R Souza Jr et al
200 acres land Tapaea, Hamakualoa,
Maui, Mar 21, 1916, 10 yrs at $20 per
SMITH At Taia, on Tuesday, April
11, 1916, to Mr. and Mrs. Lorrin
Smith, a son.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
The bluff of the Groat Northern
tenmshtn nonnln wna entloH irrnrl nnrt
hard when Honolulu nennlo offered In
guarantee the sum of $25,000 in order
to reimiuirse tno company ir the stea
mer did not make a certain sum in
tho ordinary freight and passenger
manner (luring the time she was ask
ed to remain on the Hawaii run. The
tuminir down of llianv thnimnrwl tnna
of freight also contributed to the rail
ing or tho blulr, and then the fart
dawned nnon inanv nennlo that ihp
company had no intention of remain
ing on the Hawaiian run during the
summer months. The steamer simply
was put on the run in order to avoid
the expense of havinc her lie bile for
tho winter on the Coast, awaiting the
usual tratlir to start up again on the
And now the stoamshin ronvnnnv
has the gall to say that if the sum of
540,000 is guaranteed them for two
trips, they will put the steamer on the
Hawaii route just one month earlier
than they intended to do. The obvi
ous reply is: "If the Great Northern
people want to come in November in
stead of December, let them come on
their own bottom, without any gua
rantee or anvthinir elso that a
surer than the ordinary nsiKsonuer
trade that generally sets in about that
time to Hawaii." Ten thousand dollars
a week Is a bit too steep a bonus to
pay a steamship company in order to
have about a thousand or so "tourists"
rushed through the islands at ton
speed. If the steamer takes up her
usual twenty day schedule again, it
WOllld mean lust about lu-n trine tn
November, and yet people are asked
to pungle up $10,000 for the wond-
enui privilege of seeing the big ship
in port twice. It is not good enough,
in the opinion nf ninut nnnnin .,,.
-. . . v iuiiiv, IU
forty dollars a head to have travelers
brough.t to Hawaii for such a short
time as is usually given them bv the
Great Northern. Hawaii Herald.
when plastered with mud in a auto
niishan on Knunl. Tho
enemies have been slinging mud at
mm so persistently during the last
couple of years that the executive is
probably nrettv well nc
- . . .. v uoi a i i l .
NO TRACE OF MISSING
Search has been abandoned for the
missing Chinese fish pond man, of
Molokai, Wong Wai Bond, who mys
teriously dronned out nf Etiri,t oi,t
3 o'clock on the morning of March 15.
oneriii croweu returned last Satur
day from conducting a second search,
the result of which was as fruitless
as the first. It is taken for granted
that the man is dead, though whether
he committed suicide, or was murder
ed, is unknown. The strange part of
the matter is the finding of no trace
of the body.
It has been learned that the missing
man had been in a despondent frame
of mind for some time, which leads to
tho theory of suicide. It is also
known that he settled some small in
debtedness the-day before he dis
appeared. SUFFRAGE CONVENTION
MAKES A HIT
The "suffrage convention" enter
tainment given by the Ladies' Aid So
ciety of the Wailuku Union Church,
last Friday evening, at the Town Hall,
was greatly enjoyed by the rather
small audience which attended. D. H.
Case as "Miss Mirandy Wilcox, dele
gate from Honolulu," made the hit of
the evening. Other prominent charac
ters in the laughable farce were well
taken by Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, Mrs. L.
C. Jones, Mrs. R. B. Dodge, Mrs. V. A.
Vetlesen, Miss June Mitchell, Mrs. H.
B. Perdiallow, Mrs. L. R. Mathews.
Miss A. Whisler, Miss Dorothv Brooks,
Mrs.D. H. Case and Miss Crickard.
Dancing was indulged in following
the "convention", and was much en
joyed. COMMUNITY HOUSE
Preliminary steps have been taken
for securing a community house,
something on the lines of the Paia
Community House, for Kahului. It is
believed that the proposition should
appeal strongly enough to the people
of the community to make the pro
ject feasible. The need for such a
building, which will provide a gener
al piare, titling the social and civic
needs of the growing town, is be
coming more apparent daily.
AN ANNIVERSARY PARTY
In celebration of their 20th wedding
anniversary, some 40 or 50 of the
friends of Mr and Mrs. Worth O. Ai
ken tendered them a most delightful
surprise at the Paia Community
House, last Saturday evening. The
evening was a most enjoyable one,
dancing and games being features of
the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Aiken
were recipients of a beautiful set of
plates, as well as the enthusiastic
congratulations of all their friends
TELEPHONE AND ELECTRIC
COMPANIES TO BE INVEST
IGATED The Public Utilities Board has an
nounced that it will Investigate the
affairs of the Island Electric Com
pany, the Lahaina Electric Company,
and the Maul Telephone Company, at
a public meeting to begin at 9 o'clock
on Monday morning. May 15, at the
Wailuku Town Hall. The public Is
invited to attend and to present any
complaints or suggestions they may
have to offer.
Want Territorial Fair
Tho suggestion that an All-Island
Fair be held next yar is one that
should receive the earnest considera
tion of all public spirited men in the
various islands of the group. Ililo
will soon have her second fair; that it
will be successful seems almost be
yond shadow of a doubt. Maui is talk
ing of following Hilo's load and there
can hardly be the slightest doubt but
that Oahu will soon realize the ad
vantages which are to be derived from
such exhibitions. Hilo blazed the trail
in the islands so far as Civic Con
ventions and County Fairs are con
cerned, and should the proposition to
inaugurate an All-Island Fair be car
ried, it would bo but a just recognition
of Hilo's initiative and administrative
ability to hold such an exhibition in
this city. By that time, it is probable
that a location suitable for such an
undertaking will have been obtained.
Make the coming fair as great a suc
cess as possible and thus convince vi
sitors from the other islands that Hilo
is the logical place at which to hold
such a fair and half the battle will be
won. Hilo Tribune.
One thing the people of Honolulu
can do for the soldier is, through the
chamber of commerce, to take up with
Washington the matter of the estab
lishment of a military sanitorium
somewhere on the highlands of Ha
waii, in the neighborhood of the Vol
cano, or on the upper slope of Halea
kala. There exists a need for such an
institution, where army convalescents
may be sent for a change of climate.
At tho present time many of these are
sent to the Coast to recuperate. Ad
vertiser Hilo May Have Baby Week.
Hilo might well take a leaf from
Honolulu's book aud institute a "Baby
Week." During the last week in April,
certain of the Honolulu doctors will
examine all babies presented to their
attention free and prizes will be a
warded to the infants gaining the high
est rating. No medicines or treatment
will be given free, but mothers will be
informed as to whether or not the ba
bies are in need of medical attention.
"A stitch in time saves nine," we have
been told from time immemorial; here
a word to the mother may save the
child from untold misery in cars to
come. Hilo Tribur. e.
Those Who Travel
By str. Kilauea, April 10. R, Gay,
Miss M. Gay, Miss E. Gay, Mrs. Frend
enberg, Ah Look, II. Baldwin, C. Bald
win, F. I'ogue.
By the str. Mauna Kea, April 10.
Lahaina A. Udestadt, Mrs Daniels
and daughter, Miss McCubbin, H. Mc
Cubbin, W. A. Ramsay, Mrs. B. B,
Cox, Miss Cox, C. A. V Buchanan, Mr!
Mirikatani, J. W. Canario and wife.
By str. Mauna Kea, April 7 L. E.
Arnold, M. J. Le Vier, Mrs. Le Vier,
Miss A. V. Ting, Miss A K. Ting,
Mrs. A. J. Fernadez, Wong Loo, C.
Kwai Yau, W. Ting Chong, C. Y. Cyk-
By str. Claudine, April 8. F. Conn,
Miss O. Vollien, Miss M. Taylor, Mat-
so, Miss M. Dunn, Dong He Choy, Miss
C. Betts, Mrs. A. Gomes, Miss Betts,
Miss H. Collins, Charles Chilling
worth, Miss B. Weight, A. M. Brown,
S. P. Partley. A. L C. Atkinson. J.
M. Cox, Miss G. E. Bennett, A. R.
Wadsworth, Miss W. Wadsworth, Miss
M. Keppler, U. Kinoshira, A, L. Mc
Pherson, Miss Iloogs, Miss G. Rick-
ard Mrs. J. K. Davis.
By str. Mikahala, April 8. Lahaina.
1). Haughs, Kaunakakal W. E. Hall,
C. C. Rhodes, G. P. Cooke, Mrs. G. P.
Cooke, Miss Dorothea Cooke, ' Miss
Martha Cooke, Miss Dora Cooke, Miss
M. L. Love, Master A. P. Cooke, Mas
terF. J. Cooke, Mrs. Haiiiamoto, Mas
ter Nichols, Miss Deems, Miss M. M
Cooke, Miss R. Shaw, Miss M. Shaw,
A. F. Cooke, and nine deck. Way
Cabin Lahaina to Kaunakakai Miss
Gardner, II. Y. Chuck, W. C. Crook,
and three way dock.
By str. Claudine, April 11. W. O.
Smith, Mrs. Smith, F. B. Botwick, A.
S. Downey, H. A. Austin, J. P. Cockett,
Master Cockett, Miss H. Collins, Mrs,
Hayward, Mrs R. Oyania.
By str. Claudine, April 8. O.
Hughes, J Mere Davis, A. II. Mastus,
J. J. Papson, Y. Uchida, Okamoto,
Mrs. Okamoto, Miss Rose Ferreira,
Mrs. Maun, John A. Wilson, L. L lie-
Candless, Mrs. F. R. Maples, Miss C.
II. Crane, C. A. Doyle, A. L. C. Atkin
son, Miss Gardner, Miss McCulloch,
J. Goldstein, W. Keakahi, Pacheco, A,
Pelletier, C. M. Kimi.
By str. Mikahala, April 12 J. F.
Brown, Mrs. J. F. Brown, Mrs. M. Ke
TO REPEAT C. E. CONCERT
The concert given by the Kaahu
manu Church Christian Endeavor so
ciety, at the Valley Isle Theatre, two
weeks ago, proved such a success that
the members have decided to repeat
the program on Saturday night, April
22, at the Paia Orpheum. One of the
attractive features of the first concert
aside from the excellence of the mus
ic, was the special scenery, and stage
sotting. This will ho used again at
Paia. The proceeds of these eonrerts
is to be used to swell the fund which
will take the society to Hilo next Juni
when Maui will be called upon to de
fend the Kate Atherton banner which
its now holds, in the big inter-island
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In re guardianship of Kalanl Kaniu
hele, a minor.
NOTICE CONCERNING GUARDIAN'S
APPLICATION TO SELL REAL
ESTATE OF WARD
Kalani Kaniuhele, the next of kin
of said Kalanl Kaniuhele, and all per
sons interested therein, are ordered to
appear before the Circuit Court, Second
Circuit, silting in Probate, on Thurs
day, the 4th day of May, 1916, at 10
o'clock A. M. at the Courtroom in
Wailuku, County of Maul, Territory of
Hawaii, to then and there show cause
why an order and License should not
be granted to C. D. Lufkin, as the
guardian of the property of Kalani
Kaniuhele, a minor, to sell said ward's
undivided one-third interest In a piece
of land situate on Vineyard Street,
and Mission (also called Church)
Street, in Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, covered by R. P.
9S0 to Meeau.
C. D. LUFKIN,
As Guardian of Kalani Kaniuhele,
D. H. CASE.
Attorney for petitioner.
V. C. SCTIOENBERG,
Clerk Circuit Court.
April 14, 21, and 28, 1916.
Sealed tenders will be received bv
tho M A IT LOAN FUND COMMISS
ION at Wailuku. Maui, T. H., up to
7:30 o'clock p. m. of Friday, April 28,
1916, for the' Excavation and Con
struction of the Olinda Reservoir and
Burying the Kula pipe line, Hamakua-
poko, Maui, T. II.
Plans and Specifications and blank
forms for the proposal are on file in
the office of the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission. Wailuku, Maui, T. II., and in
the olhce of the Superintendent of
Public Works, Capitol Building, Hono
lulu. T. II.
The Maui Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any and
MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION,
R. A. WADSWORTH, Secretary.
Apr. 14, 21.
The Tublic Utilities Commission of
Hawaii will begin an investigation
of tho affairs of the Maui- Telephone
Company under the provisions of Sect
ion 2225 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915, on Monday May 15, 1916, at
9 a. m., at the office of the Board of
Supervisors, Wailuku, County of Maui,
T. II., and from time to time thereaf
ter, of which notice will bo given, as
the investigation may require. The
public is invited to attend such meet
ings and to present any matter per
tinent to such investigation Formal
and informal complaints will be as
signed special days for hearing. Form
of formal complaints and the require
ments as to informal complaints may
be had by applying to the Commiss
ion's office by mail or otherwise.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
By its Chairman,
CHARLES R. FORBES.
Honolulu, T. II. April 6th, 1916.
Apr. 14, 21, 28, May 5, 1916.
The Public TTMttHoa ' PrimiviieelrtW
Of Hawaii Will hoHn an tnvonttirattn
of the affairs of the Lahaina Electric
company. Limited, under the provis
ions oi section z-; or the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, 1915, on Monday, May
15th. 1916. nt 9 n. m nt tho nlliro rf
the Board of Supervisors, ' Wailuku,
COUlltV Of Mailt T TT nrifl frrvin tlms
to time thereafter, of which notice
win tie given, as the investigation may
require, l ne puDlic Is Invited to at
tend such mot-tings and to present any
matter pertinent to such investigation.
Formal and informal complaints will
be assigned special days for hearing.
Form of formal complaints and the
requirements as to informal com
plaints 1HRV be had bv nnnlvinir tn tho
Commission's office by mail or other
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
By its Chairman,
CHARLES U. FORBES.
Honolulu, T. H. April 6th, 1916.
April 14,21, 28, May 5, 1916.
The Public Utilities Commission
of Hawaii will begin an investigation
of the affairs of the Island Electric
Company Limited, under the provis
ions of Section 2225 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, 1915, on Monday,
May 15, 1916, at 9 a. m., at the office
of the Board of Supervisors, Wailuku,
County of Maui, T. II., and from time
to time thereafter, of which notice
will bo given, as the Investigation may
require. The public is invited to at
tend such meetings and to present
any matter pertinent to such investi
gation. Formal and informal com
plaints will bo assigned special days
for hearing. Form of formal com
plaints and the requirements as to
inlormal complaints may . e had by
applying to the Commission's office
by mail or otherwise.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
By its Chairman, Charles R. Forbes.
Honolulu, T. II. April Cth, 1916.
Apr. 14, 21, 28, May 5, 1916