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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1916.
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hoimer, P. Frertenberff, C. I). Mollo
and wife, ,Tno. Ilaleinano, D. Carey, A.
Enos and wife, Miss G. Roserrans, J.
By str. Mauna Koa, May 1!. G. F.
Reonpr, Goo Lip, Master Goo Lip, Mis
ses Goo Lip, (2), P. C. Walker, F.
Silva, Jas. L. Coko C. II. Ohlsen, Miss
V. McKoo, Miss Van Dike, Mrs. Scott.
By str. Claudinc, May 13. C. W.
Ilee, R. A. Drummond, Hong Yau, T.
Yaniashiro, Y. Akaki, H. Johnson, Mrs.
Lindh, J. B. Guard, Lucy Hing, Mrs.
C. Hing, Mrs. Kam Chung, Mas. Kam
Chung, H. S. Truscott, F. E. Howes,
Mrs. Mahikoa, J. S. Kuoha, J. H. Wal-waiole.
Livestock To Be Big
Feature Of Hawaii Fair
Mails are duo to arrive in Honolulu
From San Francisco Per Matsonia,
May 23; China, May 26; Sonoma, May
29; Lurline, May 30.
From Vancouver Per Makura, June
From Yokohama Per Tenyo Maru,
From Australia Per Sierra, May
23; Makura, May 26.
Mails are due to leave Honolulu as
For San Francisro Per Manoa,
Sierra, Tenyo Maru, May 23; Matso-"
nia, May 30.
For Yokohama Per China, May 26.
For Vancouver Per Makura, May
For Australia Per Niagara, May
17; Sonoma, May 2!).
Special to Maul News.
1III), May It. Tho livestock ex
hibits of the Hawaii County Fair, will
certainly open the eyes of those peo
pie who never see beef or mutton on
the hoof, and whose knowledge of the
quadrupeds seems to be limited to th
fart that, the butchers handle the stuff.
The Carter Ranch people are sending
in some wonderful samples of cattle,
horses and mules, and Mr. Carter is
working hard on getting the animals
into the best possible condition so
that they will be a credit to the big
ranch and to the Island as a whole.
The Hawaii fair being held in Sep
tember gives the ranch men a chance
to get their stock into tip-top condition
for the fair. It might bo a good thing
ff Maui were to have her fair Im
mediately following the Ililo one, as
then the stockowners rould easily ship
their cattle over to Maul and thus
take part in two fairs each year. If
there is too long an interval between
the county fair of the different Islands,
the ranchers cannot manage to ex
hibit at notli, as it. means a long spell
of handling the prize cattle between
Dr. H. B. Elliot, chairman of the
fair committee, has arranged for ex
hibits of a non-rompetitive nature to
be sent from Oahu and other islands.
These exhibits will be shown as sam
ples of what, is done on the other
islands. As the fair is in every way
a "County" one, exhibits for competi
tion are confined to the county of
FORMER MAUI MAN SETS
FIRE TO HIS AUTOMOBILE
W. A. Anderson, manager of the Na
hiku Rubber Company, during the
eight or nine years of Its existence,
but who is now located in Honolulu as
manager of the Acetylene Light &
Agency Co., engineered a spectac
ular advertising stunt, last week when
he set fire to the gasoline in an auto
mobile and then extinguished it in
less than two minutes with a liitle
"Pyrene" extinguisher. The Honolulu
papers state that: f00 people stood in
the rain on Union Square and watched
the demonstration. Mr. Anderson may
possibly arrange for a similar test on
Maui he stales.
May 18, 1916.
Enos, Mr. Manuel
Freitas, John Pe.
AT THE VALLEY ISLE
The Mutual de Luxe Master-Pictures
featuring many of the famous
movie stars are attracting big audi
ences at the Valley Isle Theatre, and
Manager Frank Madeiros is al smiles
these days in consequence. J. N. K.
Keola has been made Circling man
ager. Last Saturday a four reel fea
ture, "The Streets of New York," was
enacted, and the house was crowded
until nearly 11 o'clock.
This Friday evening "The Judgment
of the Jungle," in 3 reels; Mutual
Weekly, No. 35," and three other at
tractive single reels will be the pro
gram. On Saturday, May 20, the
greatest of all big war pictures, "At
the Front with the Alies," in S reels
will be shown. You will see divisions
of infantry rushing enemy trenches,
the big 7!'b throwing devastation a
mong masses of human units; mid air
conflicts with Zeppelins: under-sea at
tacks by submarines: columns of cav
alry brigades on flanking movements:
the giant minds directing the almost
superhuman struggle for supremacy of
arms; miles of trenches filled with
menpouring destruction from their ma
chino guns at the rate of finn missiles
per minute per gun, and -ion other
scenes depisting carnage indcsciih
able in, his horrs. This terrible drama
in all its sordidness which is costing
Teutons and Allies million of human
lives and billions in money is brought
before your very eyes, and while you
do not hear the bursting shells, the
clash of arms, nor face dreadnoughts
in action, yet you have a belter oppor
tunity to view them in silence and
deep solemnity, and deduct in your
own minds the lessons of this most
terrible and gigantic conflict.
CAPT. NAOPALA SUSPENDED
Because he did not make soundings
at Kalaupapa, Molokai, when his com
mand, the Inter-Island steamer Mika
hala, grounded April 27, Capt. Moses
Naopala has been suspended for fif
teen days by John K. Bulger, super-
; vising inspector of hulls for Hawaii,
ana i nomas J. Heeney, inspector of
boilers, the local board. Suspension
will date from May 20. Soundings
would have shown close proximity to
land, the board held. Lights were
obscured by fog and rain and there
was a bad wind blowing. Damage to
the vessel was slight. She was pulled
off by the Columbine.
Convinced that his wife was not
faithful to him, Domingo Staszkow, a
Galician employe of the Paauilo plant
ation, Hawaii, committed suicide last
week by hanging himself to a rafter of
his lanai. He left a family of 6 child
ren besides his wife.
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