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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916.
$ un the Other Islands 8
The American citizens of Japanese
parentage will become pood, useful,
loyal and Industrious Americans, Is
the opinion of It. Morol, consul-general
of Japan, who has been studying the
development of American horn Japan
ese In the Islands.
Approximately $5000 has hern sub-,
scribed by Koreans in the Hawaiian
Islands toward a campaign fund to he
used In an effort to obtain the political
freedom of the former Hermit King
dom. This Btatement was made Inst
week by Young M. Park of the Korean
National Association, who said there
were about 6000 Koreans in the Is
lands. Korea was annexed by Japan
on September 29. 1910, and former
Koreans are donating from the'r sav
ings of the past six years sums vary
ing from fifty cents to twelve dollars
to the cause of Korean freedom.
One exhibit at the Hllo County Fair
of much agricultural promise was a
new variety of potato originated and
exhibited by Mr. Yamoto, a smaV
farmer at Honokaa. "The Yamoto
potatoes are more reslstent to blight
than any other variety that has come
to our attention," J. M. West gate,
director of the experiment station,
said Monday. The old "blue" potato
grown by the Portuguese farmers at
Kula and Hniku Is reslstent to the
disease to a considerable degree, but
this new Honokaa variety seems to be
even more so.
On November 16, Kalakaua Day, or
Tlneapple Day. as It is to he called
In Honolulu, or "Hawaii Day," as it is
being advertised on the mainland,
Queen Llliuokalani wl'.l press a button
whose electric spark will release a
message expressing her aloha to the
people of California at the San Diego
Exposition. Elaborate preparations
are being made for the celebration of
Hawaii Day at San Diego. This is one
of the Important errands to be attend
ed to by Emil A. Berndt. chairman of
the Hawaii Promotion Committee, who
has left for the Pacific Coast.
The following attraction will appear
at the Wailuku Orpheum and Kahulul
Lyceum next week.
The many thousands who have read
Eleanor Hallowel Abbott's celebrated
tory, "Molly Make-Celieve," will
recognize at once that Marguerite
Clark Is Ideally suited to pCay her role
f the delightful little Molly, one of
the most loveable little characters In
II Action. Though the delightful
story Is essentially romantic ana
comic in Its main theme, there are
some remarkable pathetic scenes and
powerful dramatic Incidents which
combine to make this Famous Players
Paramount Picture an exceptional
photo-play. Molly Make-Celieve is un
questionably one of the most symp-
athic characters Miss Clark has ever
played on the screen.
The Love Mask"
Having marked an epoch In photo-
dramatic history with their wonderful
performance in "The Golden Chance,"
Cleo Uidgley and Wallace Reid appear
together as co-stars In a new produc
tion by the Jessie L. Lasky Feature
riay Company, entitled "The Love
Mask," a gripping Western drama
written by Cecil De B. Mille and
MacPheraon. Miss Ridgoly has been
bowing before i hoto-play lovers for
several years. Mr. Iteld's most not
able engagement before he becomes a
Lasky star was In support of Geraldine
Farrar in the Lasky production of 'hulut; R. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku; C.
n Lufk n. Wailuku; J. J. wcwcomoe,
Lahalna; Wailuku Sugar Co., Wailu
The Btory of "The Love Mask" has
to do with the adventures of a young
oman who on the death of her par
ents through the mad rush for Cali
fornia gold in 1849, was forced to seek jratr Hpko;
out a claim and eke out her own exist- for rj, h. Atherton,
ence by paning gold. How she strikes
mother lode, only to have It taken
away from her now sne disguises
herself as "Silver Spurs" a notorious
bandit how the sheriff, in love with
her, is torn betwixt conflicting emo-
Followlng the decision of the pub
lic utilities commission that telephone
switches charges between the Hawaii
Telephone Company and the Kohala
Telephone Company, should be borne
by the patrons, W. D. Stone, manager
of the Hawaii Telephone company,
sent a letter to the commission stat.
ing that his company considered the
decision fair, "The decision is just,"
the letter said, "and will eliminate all
chances for argument and ill-feeling
between the telephone companies and
I Garcia, Trustee for Kocingues min
ors, Wailuku; H. P. Baldwin, Ltd.,
Puunene; W. F. Pogue, Huelo; R. S.
comCa Tr Tfonolna: J. W. Holland,
iKahului; Enos Vincent, Wailuku; A.
!c Wheeler. Honolulu; A. K. Ting,
.mi t, if i on fin,iiv trnit. Kahului; Marie G. Vincent, Wailuku,
ened out, is told in one of the most I Weinzhelmer, La'na: H. B. Pen
novel stories the Lnskv eomnanv has ! hallow, Wailuku; W. J. Cooper, Wai
novel stories the Lasky company has
ever offered to the public.
Plans for investigation of the Ka
mehameha school by the special com
mittee appointed by Circuit Judge C.
W. Ashford will not be made until the
return from the mainland of Attorney
D. L. Whitington, one of the members.
Attorney Whitington is expected home
this week and it Is probable that
shortly after his return the commit
tee will hold jta first meeting. The
other members of the committee are
Mrs. Emma M. Nakuina and Attor
ney J. LIghtfoot.
Fractional shares of Hawaii Con
solidated Railway were combined into
two lots and sold at public auction by
Jas. F. Morgan Company as auction
eer last Monday. The first lot offered
was 176 shares of the 7 per cent pre
ferred stock and it was fina'ly knock
ed down to Joe Andrade at $7.50 a
share, he taking the entire block
Next 48 shares of common stock was
put on the block. This went to Harold
B. Giffard at 50 cents a share.
During the past few months a num
ber of gold and silver coins of an ear
ly date have been circulating in Ho
nolulu. The coins were apparently
new, hut an investigation of the date
showed that they were minted as far
back as 1812, some of them coming
from the famous mint now abolished
at Carson City, Nevada. Most of the
gold coins have been of the ten-dollar
variety and are different from modern
coins in that they are larger and slight
ly thinner. Also they do not bear the
motto "In God We Trust."
The Sumitomo Bank of Hawaii, a
private banking Institution, owned by
Baron Kichizayemon Sumitomo of
Osaka, Japan, a multi-millionaire and
the principal stockholder of the Sum!
tomo Bauk, Ltd., of Osaka, Japan
commenced to do business by opening
its doors at 10 o'clock last Mondi.y
morning under the management of M.
Kawakatsu, who has under him a
A letter received in a recent mail
from San Francisco by Fred. L. Wal
dron, Ltd., Honolulu agents for the
Great Northern Pacific Steamship
Company, from General Traffic Man
ager H. A. Jackson, Cal Stone's sue
cessor, puts squarly up to Honolulu
the matter of keeping the Great
Northern on the Hawaiian service aft
er the present schedule, calling for
the last voyage from Honolulu Tues
day, Aprfil 3, has ended.
Frank Andrade, who has recently
been appointed manager of Kaneohe
Ranch, on Oahu, is planning to build
up the Polled Angus herd, of which an
excellent nucleus now exists, and
make it the best in the Islands. Thi
breed of beef cattle has proved the
most satisfactory and suited to tb
grazing conditions on windward Oahu
Under its new management Kaneohe
Ranch will undoubtedly soon becom
one of the best cattle propositions in
A new Japanese daily newspaper, to
be known as the Hawaii Cholo, will be
launched in Honolulu next week. Tli
new daily will be owned and edited by
R. Murakami, formerly of the Hawaii
Shinpo. The paper will be four pages
and will be published in Talama near
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912,
of Maul News published weekly at
Wailuku, Maul Co., Hawaii, for Oc
tober 1, 1916.
Territory of Hawaii, County of Maui.
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared Will. J. Cooper,
who. having been duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and says that he
Is the editor and manager of the Maul
News and that the following is, to the
best of his knowledge and belief, a
true Btatement of the ownership, man
agement, etc., of the aforesaid pub
lication for the date shown in the
above caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1912. embodied in section
443, Postal Laws and Regulations,
printed on the reverse of this form,
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business manager are:
Publisher, Maul Publishing Com
pany, Ltd., Wailuku, Hawaii. Acting
Editor, J. B. McSwanson, Wailuku, Ha
waii. Acting Managing Editor, J. B.
McSwanson, Wailuku, Hawaii Acting
Business Manager, J. B. McSwanson,
2. That the owners are: (Cive names
and addresses of Individual owners, or,
If a corporation, give its name and
the names and addresses of stockhold.
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of the total amount of stock.)
Pioneer Mill Co.. Ltd.. Lahalna; D.
H. Case. Wailuku; D. C. Lindsay, Ka
ku; Wm. Lougher, Puunene; ti.
Streubeck, Wailuku; J. Garcia. Wai
luku: H. A. Baldwin. Paia Estate
of Geo. Hons, Honolulu; Millie B.
D. H. Case, Trustee
Her Mother's Secret"
Ralph Kellard, male star In "Her
Mother's Secret," is a hero as well as
star, provided the stories that come
to Maui relative to this handsome
young chap, who is now entertaining
at the Hawaii theater, are In a small
percentage true. Kellard confesses
that he has been the recipient of
some three hundred written proposals
of marriage. He tells this story on
It happened in Hartford, Conn. Just
as Kellard was leaving the theater,
having closed an engagement, he was
handed a special delivery letter that
was the mama of all the three hun
dred and several of which he boasts.
He admits that only lack of time de
tained him from making the acquaint
ance of the divinity who could pen
such an epistle.
A short time later Kellard, this time
in Springfield, Mass., met a young
lady from Hartford and asked if she
knew the author of the letter men
tioned in the preceding paragraph.
She ''opined" she did. Pressed for fur.
ther information she stated that the
lady of the letter was upwards of 70
years of age. Kellard laughed and the
young lady blushed when told that
the Adonis of the movies had received
a burning loveletter from the 70-year-old
grandma of the young lady her
self. "The Gods of Fate"
Evil minded, inebriate Miller steals
the plans of the Invention of a vacuum
air brake from his best friend, Estey,
who dies. Miller adopts Jane, Estey's
daughter to clear himself, and marries
a widow who has a young son, Gordon.
Jane has blossomed Into sweet
womanhood. Kent, like his father, 13
a laggnrd and resents the friendship
of Jane and Gordon.
One day Jane unsuspectingly follows
her drunken "father" to his hiding
place and sees him with the plans.
Later Kent, finding Jane reading the
Mans, frightens her off, reads the
plans, and sees the light. He plots to
get them. Mrs. Miller pleadu with her
husband for the marriage of Gordon
and Jane. Miller demands her silence.
Kent, determining to get the nlans
from Jane, who is aboard the Limited
with Gordon, switches the train and it
runs into a freight, and in attempting
to get the plans from the wreckage, is
arrested. Jane and Gordon convalesce
and we find them looking forward to
lifelong happiness together.
3 That the known bondholders,
mortgages, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
nf total amount of bonds, mortgages,
or other securities are: (If there are
t,oo ntnte The First National
Bank of Wailuku, whose principal
p'ace of business is wauuKU, Maui
r.n Mnwnil. holds promissory notes
amounting to $4000, secured by first
mortgage on property or company.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owners,
otnnkhoidprs. and security holders, if
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and security holders as they
appear upon the books of tne company
but also, in cases where the stock
holder or security holder appears upon
the books of the company as trustee
or in any other fiduciary relation, the
name of the person or corporation
for whom such trustee Is acting, is
given; also that the said two para
graphs contain statements embracing
affiant's full knowledge ana oeiiei
tn the circumstances and conditions
under which stockholders and security
holders who do not appear upon the
books of the company as trutees, hold
stock and securities in a capacity other
than that of a bona fide owner; and
this afflant has no reason to he'.ieve
that anv other person, association, or
rnmnrntion has anv interest direct or
indirect in the said stock, bonds, or
other securities than as so Btatea Dy
K. That the average number of cop-
loa nf ench-Issue of this publication
sold or disturbed, through themails
nr otherwise, to nald subscribers aur-
lnr the six months preceding the date
shown above is (This information
is required from daily publications
J. B. McSWANSON,
Acting Editor and Manager.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 3rd day of October, 1916,
TO MARY Do REGO, ANTONT Do
REGO, CAROLINA J. MONIZ, WAI
LUKU SUGAR CO., LTD., MRS.
RODERIGUES, W. T. ROBINSON,
and to all others having or claiming
to have an interest in the property
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
Regular meeting of the Board of
Supervisors for the County of Maul,
on Friday, October 13th, 1916, at 10:00
clock of said date, hearing will be
had upon the petition of certain in
habitants of the County of Maui, tax
able therein, asking that Wells street
in the town of Wailuku, County of
Maul, be opened, laid out and establ
ished from the present upper end of
said Wells Street through to the road
wading to the armory from High
Street in said Wailuku.
The property required for said im
provement is approximately as fol
Beginning at a ft. galr. pipe
driven flush with the surface of the
ground on the North line of Wells
Street, the coordinates of this pipe
referred to U. S. C. and G. S. tri-
nsulation station "Luke" being 2221.-
08 feet North and 2332.24 feet West,
and running by true azimuths:
1) 354 degrees, 15 minutes 33.3!
feet to a ft. pipe on the
opposite side of Wells
2) 75 degrees, 31 minutes, 31.34
feet along the property of
Mary Do Rego to a ft.
3) 66 degrees, 05 minutes, 228.61
feet along the property of
Mary Do Rego, Carolina J.
Moniz, Mrs. Rodridgucs, and
W. T. Robinson to a It.
4) 81 degrees, 58 minutes, 119.87
feet aloug a board fence
along the Armory Lot to a
fence corner and a ft.
5) 246 degrees, 05 minutes, 346.48
feet along the properties of
W. T. Robinson, Mrs. Rodri
gues and Carolina J. Moniz,
to a ft. pipe;
6) 255 degrees, 31 miutes,
39.11 feet along the property
Mary Do Rego to the point
Total Area 0.2444 Acres.
Dated September 12th, 1916.
W. F. KAAE.
County Clerk for the County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii.
Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maui Island.
West Coast Lahalna Gas Buoy. 2.
win ne moved, about September 29th
about 90 yards 147s true from Its
present location, and on axis of wharf,
in about 9 fathoms.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maui Island.
East Coast Kauiki Head Light, re
ported extinguished, will be relighted
as soon as practicable.
C. & O. S. Charts 4102, 4116;
H. O. Chart 132. Light List,
Pacific Coast, 1916. pp. 150,
152, Nos. 790. 796. Buoy List,
19th District, 1915. pp. 11. 12.
By order of the Commissioner of
A. E. ARLEDGE,
Inspector, 19th Lighthouse Dist.
Henry W. Kinney, superintendent of
public instruction, returned to his desk
the first of the week after an absence
of about two weeks. Superintendent
Kinney recently underwent an opera
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Manoa .'. 31 July 5
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Lurline 99 July 18
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Manoa 32 Aug. 1
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Lurline 100 Aug. 15
WUhelmina 86 Aug. 23
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Lurline 101 Sept. 12
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Manoa 34 Sept. 26
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Mncnnln Hall. Kahulul. on the first
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Visitlnc brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
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SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 3
5 33,3 20
5 3 3 17
5 o 3 7
5 9;3 5
J oo;a 55
58 a 53
Si a 4&
4 44 3V
4 40,3 35
P M I M I A M
I 35 8
L" Spreck- "A
A" elSTi"e !'l
L.. Haiku ..A
1 33 35
I 4o.3 45
1 4S 47
1 53 3 57
1 53 3 58
3 05 4 10
:2 07 4 13
3 144 19
2 154 ao
3 23 4 28
35 4 30!
3 3U 35
Passmtsr ! Pssssnfir
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sunday,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul at 6:60 a. m., and connecting wit
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
S. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pound of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pound on each halt ticket, waea
baggage 1 In charge of and on the same train a the bolder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pound or part thereof will he
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. 0.
No. S, or inquire at any of the Depot.
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