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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916.
Turns . '
15,000 Candle Power
t-1k- . r ',-f
Open air Meetings
l"or S:ik- By
Acetylene Light & Agency Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for rrtst-o-Litc Co.
Many Lives and Much
Money Lost in the Flood
Insure Your Life and De
posit Your Money With
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
General Banking and Insurance
Marine and Stationary
LET US QUOTE YOU.
Standard Gas Engines
Still al the ohl price.
Honolulu Iron Works Co., Ltd.
Motor oil made from asphalt-base
crude gives best
lubrication with least car
bon. Such is the testimony of
motorists and experts alike. As
Lieut. Bryan, U.S.N., puts it: "Oils
made from the asphalt-base crudes
have shown themselves to bemuch
better adapted to motor cylinders,
as far as their carbon-forming pro
clivities are concerned, than are
paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
Zerolene is scientifically refined
from selected California crude
asphalt-base not only made from
the right crude but made right. Dealers
everywhere and at service stations and
agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard Oil for Motor Cars
I On the Other Islands I
Thieve Dumped Auto Into Crater
Automobile thlves who some weejts
bro stole a Ford automobile from the
KaraKO ot F. G. Snow, at Glenwood,
near the volcano, ran the car to the
edpe of the dead crater known an Kil-auea-lkl,
and after stripping It of
tires, lamps and other movable sun
dries .ran It into the pit. It was
discovered last week 850 feet down, a
mass of twisted metal. The thieves
have not been located .
Says Island Knew Glacial Action
Trof. W. A. Bryan, who returned
last week from a trip to the summit
of Msuna Kea declares that he has
found unmistakable evidence that
the mountain has at one time been
subjected to the action of an Ice glac
ier. Scoi incs of the rock for hundreds
of feet in places, he says are plainly
visible on the northeast side of the
Scouts Invited To Kauai
Senator E. A. Knudsen has Invited
the boy scouts of the territory to
spend a 2-weeks campinpr trip at Poli
hale, in the famous Napall district,
Kauai,, from August 10 to 24. A
charge of $3..r0 will cover everything
in way of food and transportation from
Waiawa to Polihale and return. The
camp will be in charge of E. A. Crew
ey, scout master of Kauai. All the
boys are required to take with them
Is a change of clothing, a light blank,
et, and a mosquito net.
Disaster Mars Homestead
Manager Fred Silva, of the new
Kaiwikl sugar mill, on Hawaii, was
fatally injured when a big platform on
the roof of the mill collapsed during
the exercises mnrklns- the rnionlnu rf
0 u i -
the new enterprise, last Sunday. En
gineer Anaerson was badly hurt, and
two JaDanese. who fell th
skv-liirht were hnrilv nnf Tha mon
were engaged in distributing small
gins 10 tne great crowa attending the
ceremonies . When the platform col-
lansed thev fell first in tho mit nf
mill, and then to the ground a distance
or ou teet.
July 14, 1916.
Manuel Martins, Jr., 2G, Portuguese,
Wailuku; Mary Pereira, 24, Portu
guese, Camp 1. Ceremony by Fath
July 15, 1916
Thomas Desmond Collins, 27, Ameri
can, j'aauilo, Hawaii; Alona Eugen
ia WhiBler, 23, American, Wailuku.
Ceremony by Rev. R. B. Dodge.
Kala Pelekai, 23. Hawaiian, Waikapu;
Tia Puaaloa, 18, Hawaiian, Waikapu.
Ceremony by Rev. L. B. Kaumehei.
Abung Dung, 27, Chinese, Honolulu;
Lingtai Ellen Soong, 23, Chinese,
Waikapu. Ceremony by Rev. Lo. .
July 17, 1916
Sakukichi Yatsushiro, 26, Japanese,
Wailuku; Mrs. Tsumuyo Tanioka,
24, Japanese, Wailuku. Ceremony by
Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa.
July 20. 1916
Dr. S. Yamashlro, 35, Japanese, Wailu
ku; Hana Kamita, 20, Japanese,
Wailuku. Ceremony by Rev. T. Sug
imoto. William D'Esmond, 39, American, Hon
olulu; Angeline Medeiros, 18, Spanish-Portuguese,
y by Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa.
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the County Cleric, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, up to
10:00 A. M. Friday August 11th, 1916
for the construction of Concrete abut
ments, wingwalls, and apron for Ol
owalu Bridge, in accordance with
plans and specifications ,nowon file
'.n the office of the County Engineer.
A copy of the plans and specifications
may be obtained from the County En.
gineer on the deposit of $5.00.
A certified check for 5 per cent of
the amount of the tender must accom
pany each -bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUP
ERVISORS WITHIN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF MAUI.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
July 21, 28, Aug. 4, 1916.
BETTER BUSINESS METHODS
NEED OF AMERICAN FARMERS
Sir Horace Plunkett is everywhere
known for the work he has done to
help Irish farmers. His suggestions
to American farmers are worthy of
careful consideration, because he
speaks from the experience of one
who has successfully carried out
great rural reforms in his own coun
try. In his work "The Rural Life
Problem of the United States" he
points out the American farmers'
greatest need as better business org
"Agriculture, the basts of rural ex
istence" he writes, "must be regarfl.
ed as a science, as a business and as a
life. I have already adverted to Presi
dent. Roosevelt' formula for solving
the rural problem better farming,
better business, better living'. Better
farming simply means the applicat
ion of modern science to the practice
of agriculture. Better business is the
no less necessary application of mod
ern commercial methods to the busi
ness side of farming. Better living is
the building up in rural communities
of a domestic and social life which
will withstand the attractions of the
"This threefold scheme of reform
covers the whole ground and will be
come the basis of the Country Life
movement to be suggested later . But
in the working out of the general
scheme, there must be one important
Those Who Travel
By str. Claudine, July 15. C. M. W.
Kanul, II. Kolowena, Mrs. Dong Soon,
M'sa Dong Soong, F. O. Taschoal, Ab
ung Dung, and wf, H. A. Baldwin. R. A.
Drummond, Mr. and Mrs. J. Monlz,
Miss R. Kiakona II. W. Laws, Mrs. M.
K. Keohokalole, Y. Chong, T. Hori, M.
Kawaguchl, Rev. K. Okamoto, Rev. K.
Shiralshl, J. P. Cockett, A. J. Rodrig
uez, Father Charles .
liv str. Mikahala, July 15.
MAKENA. Miss J. Akeau, Master
J. Akeau, A.Lambert.
LAHAINA, E. Waiaholo, Geo. Free
land. Miss A. Ahlo. Master Ahlo.P. J.
Goodness, K. Kaaihue, Miss E. Kaai
hue. PUKOO, C. C. Conradt, J. Rodrig
ucs. Master Rodrigiies, J. F. Brown, H.
L. Botts, Mrs. M. Dudolt and two In
fants, Miss E. Lewis, Miss Dudolt Mas.
KAUNAKAKAt, Geo. T. Cooke,
Father Thomas, Miss B. Roman, Mrs.
M. Silva and fourteen deck.
By str. Mauna Kea, Mrs. A. W.
W. Brpwpr, Miss I AnderRon, Mrs. L.
Wright, Miss P Wright. Master Geo.
Wr'cht, Miss Akana. Miss Awal, Mrs.
M. Kniaokamalie and two children, A.
Ilawes, J. D. Dole, H. Glass, K. M. Jo,
E. W. Fallgren, L Andrews, J W Kal
ua, L Y. Alona, K. Nakasako. S. Take
morl, A. V. Peters. C. D. Lufkln, F. N.
Lufkin .Mrs. Ah Sing, K. Y. .Lee E.
Vincent, Miss L. Harrison. J. K. Kapoi
By str. Mauna Kea, July 17 Dr. Mey
er, L. Goodman, I,. W. Dinkelspiel, E.
Heller, J. D. Zellerbach and wife, F. E.
Howes, Miss M. Lucas, Mrs. Jackson,
R. Owen, F. Sommerfeld, Theo. Martin
Miss Smythe, Mrs. A. N. Kepoikal,
Mrs. Cambra, T. Kanahele, Mr. Hiyo.
shl, K. Nakamura,
By str. Claudine. July 15 Dr. and
Mrs. William G McDavitt, Miss W.
Mengler, M'.ss R. Tarn You, Ah Chong,
R. N. Newman, Mr. Dronby, J. Moran,
H. D. Slopgett, Miss Anna Goo, Mrs.
John V. Fernandez, Miss Tam Sing,
Mrs. K. C. Zane, Edward Kealoha, Mrs.
Eliza Kealoha, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Co.
yd, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Naken, Miss Na
ken. Master Naken, Abung Dung, J. P.
Bowles C. E. Ambler, Enoch K. Spen
cer, H. S. Florence.
By str. Manoa, July 14 Miss Cecil
la Chuck Hoy, Mrs. Robert Paris and
child, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fav, Mrs. W.
O. Smith. Miss E. Muther, Mr. W. O.
Smith and valet, S, T. Carr, Miss L.
Crickard, J. Abadie, W. Searby W. T.
Spalding. Miss C. A. Kennedy, Miss K.
C. Schaffer, Miss M. C. Glllin, Miss D.
E. Petersen, Miss M. Poerue, Miss R.
E. Pogue, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pogue,
J.. D. Dole, E W. Fahldren. Miss F.V.
Elliott, C. W. Dickey, H. W. White,
Miss O. Ting.
By str. Claudine July 18 H. A.
Baldwin, Brother Frank, Brother Man
rice, Brother August, Brother Charles,
Brother George, H. A. AuBtin, Brother
Louis, A. C. Alexander, Charles Blum,
Miss M. James, Mrs. C. C. James, Miss
E. James K. Kaaihue, J. K. Kapoi, Sam
uel Pupuhl, L. Y. Alona, Mrs. Lam
King Chong and 3 children, D. L. Aus.
tin, W. A. Kinney, H. M. Goodale, J.
Campbell, Mrs. H. Gooding Field, Miss
Peggy Wilder, Miss Nellie Bailey,
Miss Pearl Bailey, T. C. Hall, J. J.
Canno, T. G. Thrum, J. H. McKenzle,
By str. Mikahala, July 19 Mrs. H.
Holt, Robert Cathcart, Miss H. Cath
catr, Miss K. Cathcart, Miss J. Kani
kau, M. C. Amana, H. A. Baldwin, D. T.
Fleming, J. J. Walsh, John Makanl .
Entered of Record
DAVID K ELDRIDGE & WF to Man
uel De Rego, int in R. P. 3103 Kula
Maui, June 17, 1916. $300.
EST OF H PBALDWIN by Trs to Hul-
imai (w) int in 2 pes land, Honolua,
Maui, May 31, 1915. $48.
NED BIVEN to R A Drummond int in
pc land Kahuai etc. Kaupo, Maui,
Julyll, 1916. $15.
HENRY K BIVEN to R A Drummond
int In pes land, Kahuai, etc, Kaupo,
Maui, July 11 1916. $15.
KEKAPA & HSB toPuuala int in pc
land Hana Maul, June 17, 1916. $1
and love .
ANNIE HOOKUANUI & HSB to R A
Drummond int in Grs 2010, 2886,33-
61, and 3341, Kaupo, Maul July 8
PUUALA WILLIAMS & HSB to R .A
Drummond 2-5 int in Gr 3196. Puu
lani, Kaupo, Maui, July 17, 1916 $110
O NAWAHINE to Peter N Kahokuolu
na, R P 7209, Kul 7719 Olowalu, Ma
ul, June 22, 1916. $200
MARY CHAN WA &HSB to Peter N.
Kahokuoluna R. P. 6620 Kul 3888 O-
lowalu, Maui, July 1, 1916. $200 .
POLLY KALUA BY MTGEE to Jose V
Maciel, pes land ,Iao Valley, Wailu
ku, Maul, July 15 1916 .
DEED OF ADOPTION
W F CROCKETT to Miyo G Yoshi
gawa, female child Miyo G Yoshiza
wa, 19 yrs. old, July 12, 1916.
D C LINDSAY Tr to Kam Chung, pc
land.Wailuku, Maui, July 11, 1916. 5
yrs. at $20 per month .
POWER OF ATTORNEY
AKONI KEAKA & WF to John Brown
Jr. Special powers. Maul. July 4, 1916
change In the order of procedure
'better business' must come first
Both Irish experience and Continent
al study have convinced me thatnei
ther good husbandry nor a worthy
social life can be ensured unless ac
companied by intelligent and efficient
(Put out by the Extension Division,
Hawaii Experiment Station. )
Raymond Sees National
Victory For Democrats
Dr. J. H. Raymond, returning from
St. Louis and New York yesterday by
the steamer Matsonia, is confident
that President Wilson will be elected
In November. In the fact that New
York Is betting two to one in favor of
Hughes Dr. Raymond sees victory a
head for President Wilson .
The Maul physician left here two
months ago for St. Louis to contest a
seat In the convention. He lost out in
the fight through what he brands the
unfair influence of John H. Wilson na
tional committeeman .
Dr. Raymond called Judge Stuart's
letter to the President, the "most asi
nine piece of literature" that ever
found its way to Washington.
He will be in the city a day or two
before returning to Maul. Advertiser.
Yachting Party To Come
To Enjoy Maui Fishing
Owing to the exceedingly poor
sport this season on the Southern Cal
ifornia fishing grounds, many of the
enthusiasts of the Catalina Tuna Club
are turning their eyes towards the
Molokini waters on leeward Maul, ac
cording to a letter just received by
H. Gooding Field, from F. P. Newport,
a wealthy Ixs Angeles real estate
man, and lending member of the Cat
alina Club. Mr. Newport, who was
here a year ago with Judge Clarke, of
Calgary, Cnnada, and knows some
thing of the Island waters, further
states that a party of 10 to 15 memb
ers of the California club is being
organized to come to the Islands in a
private yacht next January. It is the
plan of the anglers to get several i
weeks of fishing and at the same
time to take in the Carnival in Honolulu.
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