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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916.
Mrs. Ella L. Austin of Walhee, is In
Honolulu for a short vacation .
Mrs. G. n. Schrador and Miss Grace
Schrader are In W'atluku to spond the
V O. Smith, of Honolulu, returned
home last Saturday after a short visit
Mrs. D. H. Case, of Wailuku, arrived
home on Wednesday evening after a
several weeks visit in Honolulu.
Miss Carrie Short, who has been
on the coast for the past year, Is visit
ing on Maul.
E. C. Moore, of Kuiaha, returned
home last Saturday after several
weeks spent in Honolulu on business.
J. G. Zabriskle, of Brewer & Com
pany, Honolulu, arrived last Satur
day for a brief visit with Maul friends.
H. Gooding Field, president of the
Tuna Club, is a visitor on Maui this
City and County A. M. Crown, of
Honolulu, was an arrival last Saturday
to look after his ranch interests.
Miss Alona Whisler, returned to
Wailuku last Saturday after a brief
visit In Honolulu.
Manager L. Weinzheimer, who has
been on the coast for several weeks,
returned home this week to Lahaina
by the Wilhelmina.
David S. Wadsworth, of Wailuku,
who has been in Boston, for the past
year, was a returning passenger by
the Wilhelmina this week.
Frank Medelros, manager of the
Maui Drygoods and Grocery Company,
departed last Monday for the coast
on a several weeks buying trip.
Msss Elvira Soper returned on
Saturday to her home in Waihee to
spend the summer vacation. She has
been attending school In Honolulu.
Mrs. L. E. Bailey, of Haiku, left for
Honolulu last Saturday where she Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. D. 'Larnach, the Honolulu attor
ney, was a returning passenger by
last Saturday's Claudlne, after a
short business visit to this island.
Mrs. J. W. Fleming, of Makawao,
left for Honolulu on Monday, where
she will visit her son John Fleming.
This is the first time In 15 yers that
she has been away from Maui.
Hibbard Case, who has been attend
ing the College of Hawaii, returned
home last week to spend the summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. H.
Miss Mary Cooper, a teacher in the
Maui High School left for her home
in Missisippi this week. She expects
to remain away from the islands for
at least a year,
G. J. Boisse, of the Hawaiian Gaz
ette Company, accompanied by his
wife, spent several days on Maui,
taking in the races at Kahulul before
Deputy Attorney General W. H.
Keen returned to Honolulu the first of
the week after several days spent on
Maui in looking into tax appeal mat
ters. Manuel Olmos, for the past several
months an employee of the Maul Pub
lishing Company, left last Saturday
to take a position with Wall Nichols
Miss Mary Fleming of Hamakuapo.
ko, left by the Lurllne, on Tuesday
for a several months vacation on the
mainland. She is planning to visit in
Portland and Seattle, later going to
Supervising Principal William Mc.
Clusky, Is attending a meeting of the
supervising principals of the territory
In Honolulu this week. Following this
he will visit for a time in Hilo before
returning to Maul.
Pertinent Paragraphs J
The monthly meeting of the county
supervisors will begin next Wednes
day. The resignation of 2nd Lt. William
Keanu, of the 3rd Infantry, has been
Capt. William Osmers, medical
corps, has been promoted to rank of
major. He is attached to the 3rd
regiment, N. G. H.
The general committee of the Maul
County Fair will hold an important
meeting at the Wailuku Town Hall,
on next Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Tlin Karleku Suear Company is
noaring the end of its grinding season,
and expects to finish (luring the next
two or three weeks. An output of a
bout SOno tons is indicated. ,
Christina M. de Ponte was yesterday
granted a divorce from Francisco de
Ponte and was granted custody of the
ohil of the couple. Grounds for the
divorce were those of cruelty.
The usual services will be held at
the Church of the Good Shepherd, on
Sunday: Holy Communion ni 8 A. M.,
Morning Prayer at. 11 o'clock. All
are cordially Invited.
J. Charles ViNiers. Hector.
A meeting will he held this evening
at the Paia Community House at
which the loration of the new high
school will be the subject of discuss
ion. All who are Interested in the
matter are Invited to attend.
In the now famous case of Yip Iaii
vs. Mrs. Inoaole Ahulll, et al, Judge
Kdings yesterday overruled 4 motions
to quash made by the defendants and
granted the defendants 10 days in
which to answer. The court also over
ruled a demurrer made by the defend
ant. As a result of his attempt to crank
a cranky strange automomie, i,. u.
Lufkin is this week wearing his right
nrm in a sUnor. He escaped a broken
wrist, but the injury is so Berlous that
It is only with the greatest difficulty
that he can now sign his name to
TVm interior of the office rooms In
the mauka side of the postofflce build
ing are being remoaeiea ana win soon
bo occupied by Dr. George S. Aiken,
nf Knhnliil ns dental offices. Dr. Aik
en expects to establish his permanent
headquarters In Wailuku. He will
also begin constructing a handsome
residence on his High Street property
In a short time.
No contract was let last Saturday
as had been expected for the con
struction of the new Grand Hotel
building at Main and Church streets,
Wailuku. None of the tenders were
satisfactory, it Is announced. Archi
tect Holmberg will return to Hono
lulu tonight, together with Manager de
Souza. and' it is hoped to have the mat
ter adjusted within a short time and
Tn connection with the fight started
some weeks aco by John Ferrelra for
reinstatement as deputy county
sheriff, a petition for a writ of quo
warranto was filed by his attorneys,
Eugene Murphy and Lorrin Andrews,
this week, against George Cummlngs,
who is holding the position as Ferre.
ira's successor. The hearing on Hte
petition will take place before Judge
Edings next Thursday.
Invitations were Issued this week
for the wedding of Miss Alona Whis
ler to Mr. T. Desmond Collins, which
will take place at noon on Saturday,
July 15, at the Wailuku Union Church.
A reception will take place In the Sun
day school room following the ceremo
ny. Mr. Collins, who until recently
was assistant bookkeeper of the Wai.
lului Sugar Company, will take his
bride to Paauilo, Hawaii, where he Is
now located as head bookkeeper of
the Hamakua Mill Company.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BERLIN, July 6 Opinion of Teuton observer experts say Ger
man lines are resisting splendidly. They say operative efficiency of
iSritish attacking force has proved inadequate to break all German lines
and expel Teutons from France and Belgium..
LONDON, July 6 French capture 6 miles of trenches south of
?omnie. British continue to make advances...
WASHINGTON, July 6 Regular army officers given high com
mand in guard. . .
NEW YORK, July 5 Infantile paralysis growing worse. Near
ly 200 cases here yesterday. One death per hour is reported. Cases a
mong adults as well as children .
DOVER, July 6 Steamer Jacob Luckenback, from San Francis
co to Leith, sunk today when colliding with Britisli steamer Eddystone.
WASHINGTON, July 5 Notification was made today of nation
al bank call on June 30.
ASSOCIATED PRESS CAMP IN FRANCE, July 5 During
the offensive which began last Saturday, and is still continuing, the
Anglo- French forces in west have taken up to present time, 15,000
prisoners. Estimated Germans have lost 60,000 men to date.
BERLIN, July 5 Alllies offensive is slowng up on both banks of
the Somme river. Allies launch large body of troops at German lines but
rvt with machine gun fire and counter attack at each fresh assault.
French also tried to take the offensive norhwest of Thiamont, but were
Eastern line front, Zirin to Baranovichi, Russians are making
fierce attack with much hand to hand fighting. Lint is many miles in
length. Everywhere Russians have been repulsed.
PARIS, July 5 East of Curlu, the new offensive front, French
captured a line of German trenches today. Also captured Sormont
farm. On Somnie river, F reach have resumed the offensive.
LONDON, July 5 Germans are calling troops from Verdun say
German prisoners taken by British. . .
ROME, July 5 Stromboli is again erupting Seriously. Lava is
spreading down sides of mountain burning houses, "and the population
is fleeing in terror. Messina has sent several relief ships with medicines
and food .Earthquake shocks also felt during last few hours at Ancona,
Belvedere, Meretimo, and other districts of the Adriatic.
WASHINGTON, July 5 Carranza's reply is conciliatory is report.
Pershing's withdrawal soon, is now expected. Joint efforts to curb bor-
Maui County FairCommittees
Now Ready To Book Entries
List Of Flowers On Which Awards Will Be Made Completed Live Stock
Committee Also Announces How Its Entries Are To Be Classified
Two of the committees which are working on the Maul County Fair
have completed their entry lists and are now busy getting the news dissem
inated among possible exhibitors. The committee on flowers, of which
James Lindsay, of Haiku, Is chairman, has prepared the following list of
entries on which prizes are to be awarded:
Best 6 Bunches of
not less than 3 Varieties
Dahlias (any kind)
Basket of Flowers
" " " Scabiosa
Best 12 Blooms of Roses
" 6 " " "
not less than 6 Varieties
" " Hibiscus,
" " . (Double)
" " Single Hibiscus
" " Chrysanthemums
" " Carnations
" " Dahlias, (any kind)
" " Cactus Dahlias
" " Cactus Dahlias
" " Pansies
Trusses " Geraniums
" " Geraniums
Begonias in Flower
Begonias Fancy Foliage
Chrysanthemum in Flower
Balsams in Flower
Geraniums in "
not less than
" Rose in Floiver
" 6 Ferns ' ' "
" 3 Maiden Hair Fern ' " '" " 3
" " Hanging Basket Ferns " " "
" " Hanging Basket, (Maiden Hair) . . " " " "
" Basket Asparagus .
" Pot Asparagus
" Hydrangea in Flower
Table of Flowers, 4 x 7 or 8
" 3 Dracaenae, (Ti Plants)
" Fuchsia in Flower
For School Children Only.
Best 6 Bunches, Ornamental Grasses
Floral Design, 3 ft x 3 ft.
Best Plant in flower
. ". Fancy Foliage Plant
" Plant, (any other kind)
Live Stock Exhibition
Chairman D. T. Fleming, chairman of the Live Stock commitaee, an
nounces that his committee will be prepared to receive entries according
to the following classification:
Cattle, $2.00 each exhibit.
Horses, $2.50 each exhibit.
Sheep, $1.00 each exhibit.
HONOLULU, July 5 Private John W. Frane, of Battery F
Schofield Barracks, died as result of fall from veranda of house at post.
Another was shot in leg in drunken brawl in gulch between white and
colored soldiers. Marshal and U. S. Attorney are assisting officers in
Hearing of Henderson is set for Saturday. Plea is reserved and
priso ner released m custody of his council .
Signal company from Shafter, is leaving for Mexico at 5 P.M. on
NEW YORK, July 4 Hetty Green, world's richest woman, dead.
TOKIO, July 4 Japanese cabinet changes are rumored.
Entries to close, October 31st, 1916.
The Secretary, Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald will appreciate earliest possible
notice of intended entries.
1. Best saddle Stallion
2. Best draft Stallion
3. Best saddle Mare (brood)
4. Best draft Mare (brood)
5. Best saddle animal under saddle
6. Best draft Colt up to 4 years
7. Best light Colt up to 4 years
8. Best Team draft Horses (2) to be
9. Best Team Work Mules (2) to
judged, equipment and
be judged with equipment
2. Here fords
1. Best Bull of each breed
2. Best Cow of each breed
3. Best Yearling Heifer of each breed
4p,t.st Yearling Bull of each breed
1. Best Bull of any bree'd
2. Best cow, any breed
3. Best Yearling Heifer, any breed
4. Best Yearling Bull, any breed
Best pen three feeders
1. Best imported Boar, each breed
2. Durocs '
4. Poland Chinas
2. Bust imported Sow, each breed
3. Best Hawaiian bred Boar, aged, each breed
4. Best Hawaiian bred Sow, aged, each breed
5. Best Hawaiian bred Boar, under 1 year, any bneed
6. Best Hawaiian bred Sow, under 1 year each breed
7. Best Sow with young, each breed
8. Best ien of pork pigs (3) under 200 lbs, any breed
1. Best Boar, aged, any breed
2. Best Sow, aged, any breed
3. Best young Boar, under 1 year, any breed
4. Best young Sow, under 1 year, any breed
5. Best Sow with young, any breed
1. Best Ram, Wool bred
2. Best Ewe, Wool bred
3. Best Ram, Mutton bred
4. Best Ewe, Mutton bred '
5. Best ptii, Mutton Sheep, 6 head
6. Shearing Contest: Best time, shearing 5 head
Of Re-hearing Of Applications For
Liquor Licenses In Maui.
All nersons interested are advised that, at a meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners, held in Wailuku, on Monday, June 19, last,
the applications of L. Y. Aiona, and A. Garcia, for a second-class
(Saloon) licenses to vend liquors in liana ana Wailuku respectively
were considered and each refused .
Mr. Aiona has petitioned the Board for a re-hearing, alleging.un-
cVr oath, that he was unfortunately prevented from attending the orig
inal meeting, and that several of the parties who made and filed protests
against the granting of a license to him were signors to his. original
application for a license.
Mr. Garcia has also mtitioncd tlie Jioara tor a re-neanng alleging,
under oath, that there were no lawful or valid reasons for refusing
his application, no protests thereto, and that such refusal was due to
Re-hearings have been eranted to Mr. Aiona and Mr. Garcia. The
date thereof is Thursday, July 13, 1916 at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Town
All persons interested in the granting or refusing of a license to
either or both of the above named parties should attend at the time
and place named, or, by letter or petition, express their views.
U. ii. UVSli,
Secretary Board Of License Commissioners.
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oil stove so that dur
ing the hot weather
your wife or mother
orsUter or daughter,
can prepare the
meals in a cool, com
There's no overheating
the kitchen with an up-to-date
oil cook stove. It's
just like cooking with city
gas. The burners con
centrate the heat at the
different cooking points.
No wood or coal or
ashes to lug. No
waiting for fires to
catchup. The long
blue chimneys do
away with all
smoke and smelL
In 1, 2, 3, and 4-burner
Bizes, with or without
oveni. Also cabinat
models with Fireless