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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUXE 30, 1916.
Lt. H. Kinbn-R, has been lionoraMy
disohniiied from Ihc national puard
on recount of his removal from tin'
territory. Ho was connected with
the Haiku company, where he was
manager of the American Can Com
pany's plant, but he has been trans
ferred to San Francisco. He and
bis wife departed by the Matsonia
from Honolulu this week.
Rev. and Airs. J. Charles Villiers re
fill nod to Wailuku this week after nt
tomlins the graduation exercises at
runahou whore their daughter Miss
Olive finished her course with honors,
for the vacation months.
Mis- Villiers accompanied them.
Word was received by Hev. J. K.
Hodel last week, from his sister, that
his brother, Dr. A. T. Bodel, had died
1 ist month in Bolair, Michigan. Dr.
l'oMol was fifty-eight years old at the
lime of his death, which is reported
U bp due to heart trouble.
II Is annotinced that T. Desmond
Collins, the new bookkeeper of the
Ilamakua Mill Company, and Miss
Whisler, of Maui, will soon brin?r
their engagement to a close with a
wedding ceremony. They will make
their home in Ilamakua.
.1, W. Manning, a homesteader in
the Kuiaha section, left with his fam
ily by the Claudine, on Saturday, for
Honolulu en route to California
where they expect to locate perm
anemly. T. R. Hinckley, principal of the TV
auilo School, was a visitor in Hilo
last Saturday for the day. Mr. Hinck
ley has petitioned for a transfer, but
it is stated that he is slated again for
the I'aauilo School where he has done
such good work.
A. Fernandez, Jr., of Paia, was in
Honolulu this week on business.
Mrs. William McClusky and little
son left, last Saturday for Hilo where
she will spend the summer with rel
atives. Miss Estelle Itoe. a popular teacher
of Haniakuapoko, was a departing pas
senger by the Matsonia from Honolulu
on Wednesdny. She is leaving Maui
to return to her home on the main
land. Mrs. A. C. Rattray, of Kahului, left
on Monday night for Honolulu, en
route to the coast, where she will visit,
for a short time, before going on to
her old home in Oscaloosa, Iowa.
Miss C. Pearson, teacher in the
Maui high school during the p;ist
year, left for Honolulu last Saturday.
She will go to the coast, shortly and
does not expect to return next year.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wist, of the La
haina school, left this week for Hono
lulu from whence they will sail by the
Lurline next week for a vacation on
W. F. Pogue returned this week
from Honolulu where he took in the
celebration of the 75th anniversary of
Punahou. Mr. rogue was one of the
"old hoys" at the big gathering.
Mrs. John Fassoth and children ar
rived in Kipahulu on Tuesday from
Honolulu and will spend the summer
on the plantation of which Mr. Fas
soth is manager.
Miss Emily Myrtle Taylor, of Hania
kuapoko, and Miss Olive Villiers, of
Wailuku, are two Maui representat
ives in the Punahou graduating class
Harold Yost of Mills school will
sail on the Mauna Kea for Maui on
July 8. Yost will make the dilch
trail trip and will climb Haleakala.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bowman, of Wai
luku, left by the Matsonia this week
for a several months vacation on the
William Walsh, superintendent of
the Kahului Railroad, was a business
visitor in Honolulu for a few days
the latter part of last week.
Miss Charlotte I,. Turner, who has
been spending the past several
,.i"'Hh.s in Honolulu, returned to her
M i':awao home last Saturday.
Henry Pogue, who has been attend
ing school in Honolulu, returned to
Wailuku last Saturday for the holi
days. Miss Winifred Wadsworth, who
has been attending runahou, return
ed home on Tuesday for the summer
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bartlett, of Ka
mehamoha school, Honolulu, arrived
with their children on Tuesday to
spend the summer at Kuiaha.
J. A. Medoiros of liana was a vis
itor to Honolulu on a brief business
trip the first of this week. lie re
turned to Hana by Tuesday's boat.
Mrs. C. J. Boggs, head nurse at the
Puunene hospital, arrived home Tues
day after several months spent on a
vacation on the coast.
Miss Agnes Chalmers arrived in
Hana on Tuesday from Honolulu, to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Chalmers.
Mrs. E. E. Boyum and children of
Haniakuapoko, left by the Matsonia
this week for a several months' visit
with relatives in Louisiana.
Alfred Wadsworth, who has been
attending school at Punahou, returned
home on Tuesday evening for the va
cation. J. R. Oonsalves'," teacher in the
Paia public school, is in Honolulu,
where he will spend a portion of his
Mrs. D. H. Case, who has been visit
ing in Honolulu for the past several
weeks, will not return home for anoth
er week or two.
D. B. Murdoch and family of Hania
kuapoko, left this week, for an ex
tended vacation on the mainland.
Seabiiry Short, of the Wailuku Sug
ar Company, was a visitor in Honolu
lu for several days this week.
Lester I.. Sauers, who until roc
ently was farm foreman for Dr. W. D
Baldwin, at Haiku, left this wool
for l lie coast accompanied by his
brother Crayton Sauers. They wil:
probably not return, as both intend to
pursue Iheir studies on the mainland.
Mr. Sauers who was a homesteader in
the Kuiaha traet recently sold his In'
to W. I. Wells and others tor $2r.(0.
Most of the land is in pineapples
planted by the Haiku Cooperative As
sociation, of which Mr. Sauers was a
The board of harbor commissioner.'
is considering transferring ('apt. E.
H. Parker, pilot and harbor master at
Kahului. to Honolulu, to take tin
place of Capt J. F. Ita.elund, who wil'
then he sent to Kahului. The board
considered the matter in a secret sess
ion on Monday, with Harbor Master
Foster, of Honolulu and Capt. M. A
Madsen. The session is said to have
been a stormy one, and no conclusion
was arrived at.
Beginning tomorrow there will hr
two mails each day except Sunday
to and from Haiku. The fi:?0 a. m
train from Wailuku will carry mat'
as at present, and in addition, the :3f
afternoon train will also. From Ilaikv
the first train down will take a maW
as wi ll as the first afternoon train
which has heretofore been the onl
The polo game on the Fourth wil'
begin at 4 o'clock and promises to be
exciting. II is probable 1hat S. A.
Baldwin will play with the Oahv
team, a'"' ,hi,, ,no "n,M1" of ,,u
visitors will be as follows: S. A. Bald
win. 1: Harold Castle. 2; Walter Dill
Ingham, ?; Arthur Rice, 4. The
Mauis will play their regular line-up
In a letter received recently .from
Land Commissioner!1.. C Kivcnhurgh.
it was announced that the Makawao
homestead lots, below Olinda, are to
be opined in the very near future.
The survey of these lots was made
nearly a year ago, but a change in the
land office has evidently delayed tin
proposed opening .
Worth O. Aiken, the Maui represen
tative of the Hawaii promotion com
mittee, went to Honolulu last Friday
night to attend the quarterly meetiiiF
of the publicity body. Besides a num
ber of public meetings held, the pro
motionisls spent two days in making
a tour around Oahu.
Of the 35 members of the gradu
aling class of the territorial normal
school this year, 5 are from Maui
They are as follows: Louis do Cambra.
Puunene; Mabel Coo, Lahaina; Take
yo Okamura, Puunene; Emma Chang
Spreckel.sville; and Len Lam, Paia.
The Tuesday trip up of the steamer
Claudine was an exceedingly uncom
fortable one for a very large list of
passengers. The passage of the chan
nels was unusually rough, and few poi
sons escaped sea-sickness. Some of
the staterooms were Hooded from wat
er that came over the rail.
The steamer Mauna Kea will he a
day late on her down run next week,
owing to the Tact that she will be hold
at Hilo until Tuesday evening on ac
count of the 4th of July exercises
there. The vessel will reach Lahaina
about midnight Tuesday night in
stead of Monday night, as usual.
With 1470 tons of freight for Maui,
the Matson liner Lurline is due to ar
rive at Kaanapali early Saturday
morning, and at. Kahului probably
some time Saturday night. The boat
will not. likely get away for Honolulu
until late Sunday evening.
A big dance at the Wailuku armory
will he the wind-up feature of the
Fourth of July celebration. Arrange
ments have been made for the 25th
Infantry Band to furnish the music
for the occasion.
Ogata Kauzaburo, also known as
Matsuokn. aged 58 years, was instant
ly killed while working in a tunnel on
the new Haiku Ditch a .week ago last
Saturday. A rock from the roof of
the tunnel felt upon him.
Rev. J. Charles Villiers, of the
Church of the Good Shepherd re.
Ciii iie.d this vvk ;fi(om Honolulu.,
and services will be held on next
Sunday in the church at 11 a. m.
Monday afternoon, July 3rd, is sot
aside for the Big Show at the Baseball
Grounds in Wailuku. Remember the
hour, 4 P. M. and do not overlook the
Carlton C. James has purchased the
! homestead lot in the Kuiaha tract of
lAlbrecht. Mosterman, for $2(8. Mr.
Mesterman, has loft the Islands for his
former home in the Northwest.
The sale of a third interest in the
"Bailey Block", corner of Main and
High streets, Wailuku by Mary B. Holt
and husband to Minnie B. Brede, has
been entered of record.
Work will begin probably next week
on the new Wailuku Hotel building
which is to take the place of the
present structure. The Improve
ments will cost about $10,000
rineapple Day has been fixed upon
this year for November 16.
THE WAY IT USUALLY GOES
Hilo, Hawaii, June 28 - The Papaa
loa homesteaders have abandoned
their plan for a co-operative mill, bav
ins secured a most satisfactory con
tract from the Laupahoehoe Sugar
Company. The homesteaders are
much elated over the developments
of the situation.
Hibbard Case is expected homo
from the College of Hawaii, tomorrow
for th vacation months.
Miss Driscoll, of Paia, is home from
Honolulu to speiul her vacation.
Miss Moinicke, of Paia. is home
from Honolulu to spend her vacation.
Mrs. F. (L Krauss and children are
spending a month at "Itkolele'..
The Capital city of every community is its one most
favored city. Even without commercial development, its
growth and progress is assured.
When, in addition to Honolulu's position as capital, is
considered its commercial importance as one of the busiest
ports in the country,
Investment in its REAL ESTATE is assured of big re
turns in a few years9 time. .
Another Point to Consider
Men on all the Islands, who are successful plan to retire some day. They
will then move to the Territory's center of activity, commercial,
political, social and educational.
It behooves you to purchase your home now
while market prices are low and good loca
tions are abundant
Lots in College Hills
Prospective residents cannot do better than to acquire
for future homes or investment, attractive lots in this
favored residential section.
We have beach and
too, for sale.
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION
At Wailuku Armory, July 4, 1916, 8:00 P. M.
Music by 25th Infantry Band, U. S. A.
Tickets for Races on Sale at
ra to ine wise
Concerning Honolulu Investment
Afterward" is the time for regret
the time for action.
We offer you the vast facilities of our organization
in discovering the best locations for investment.
A subdivision particularly for people in moderate cir
cumstances. $500 cash will secure a lot and house
built to your plans.
A letter does not
obligate you in any
way to buy.