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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916.
Good At Fair
Big Fair Closes To
Wailuku Sugar Company
List of Prize Winners
I Of Fair Is Long One
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Is rinkam s Idea
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Tread JOerry Feet
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Preparing For Ball
Wailuku And Lahaina Troops Ren
dered Invaluable Aid In Big Event
Boy Scouts are not. new on Maul, hut
Maul people today have a far hotter
conception of what the Hoy Scouts
really stand for than they had ten
lays ago. This on account of the part
the boys played at the Maul County
In truth the Fair would not have
been what It was without the diligent
work of the members of- Troop III
(Wailuku) and Troop V and VI (La
haina). Director Cnmeron admitted
this when he declared that without the
aid of the Scouts It would have been
absolutely Impossible to have fed the
two thousand school children on short
not'ee as was done on the second day
of the Fair. On this occasion the boys
were called upon without previous not
ice to line up and serve the small ar
my of children of all ages, and they
did it as though the stunt was an every
Primarily the work for which the
bovs were engaged was to guard the
exhibits, their schedule calling for
two hours duty per day from each
crnnt nut thev were constantly be.
ing called upon for other things. Nor
education that builds up your charact
er and moral stamina and conscienti
ous citizenship. These authorit',es
know a proper degree of material
prosperity must obtain for each of
you as a member of society of the
standards desired cannot be attained
It is relatively immaterial how much
higher education, extreme culture,
knowledge of literature, history, and
art your teachers have, or where od
tained, if they have not the common
knowledge and experience to Instruct
you how to meet the exigencies and
demands of every day existence the
Creator has dev'sed for the chlldre
There is no sidestepping tin
W must still enrn.our bread b
the sweat of our brow.
Many would be directors of educa
tion trv substitutes ana panaceas i
this grim fact. To the great majorit
tha wnva nnii means of so doing is tl
most urgent point In their future.
We can dream of different lan
from this, and the opportunities tit
opening, and seek to go hence to grasp
these opportunities, but those respons
ible must nrenare you for what Is in
sight In our own islands, hoping the
D. C. Lindsay will leave this even
ing for Honolulu to attejid the regular
meeting of the territorial board of
school commissioners, which will be
held next week.
W. II. Field, manager of the Maul
Hotel, will leave this evening for Ho
nolulu to attend the big Shrine con
H. B. Penhallow, of the Wailuku
Sugar Company, Is In Honolulu this
week attending the meeting of the
Sugar Planters' Association. He is
accompanied by Mrs. Penhallow.
Enos Vincent, of Wailuku, went
to Hilo on Wednesday on legal busi
ness. He will probably return home
Ray Howell, a brother of contractor
with the success of this fair.
First, the Press, not only of Maul
but of the entire territory has devot
ed column after column, page after
page, advertizing, without cost. Maul's
first fair. This was commun'ty spirit.
The City and County of Honolulu, al
most without asking, gave us the Roy
al Hawaiian Band, and for three dnys
and nights these gentlemen have ad
ded Immeasurably to our entertain
ment and pleasure. Honolulu also
made us tho loan of Daisy, their
elephant; this adding to the pleasure
of thousands of Maul boys and girls as
well as hundreds of grown-ups. Ho
nolulu has thus shown us what com-
Invitations to the number of seven
hundred or eight hundred will go out
tomorrow from the Wailuku Sugar
Company management for the big
dance which will take place on Satur
day, December 16, at the mill. The
Wailuku Company dance has been one
of the important social events of Maui
for the past several years, It Is some
what later this year than usual owing
to the absence of Manager Penhallow
from the Territory earlier In the
HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT FINE
munity spirit may be. The steamship
Hugh Howell, of Kuiaha, Is expected company came forward and reduced
to arrive here tomorrow enroute to its rates both as to passenger and fair
the const from a tour of Japnn. He freight, including exhibits, thus giving
Is accompanied by his wife. The will us evidence of their understanding of
probably visit on Maui for some community spirit. The Kahului Ra'l
weeks. road Company reduced Its passenger
Miss Emily Wells", of Makawao, left rates to one-half the usual charge,
on the Manoa last Saturday for a two- making a minimum rate on all freight
months trip to the mainland. land exhibits destined for the fair
Mr. and Mrs. Will. J. Cooper, of grounds, and running its trains nouriy
Haiku, returned home by last week's during these three days and nights.
Manoa from a several month s vaca- They have shown us or wnat com-
tion snent on the mainland. munity spirit consists.
D. L. Balch and E. T. Gillin, of the From the very first, the Hoard or
Maul Loan Fund eneineerine force, re. Snnervlsors and officers of this County
future may broaden the avenues of i turned on Wednesday from a brief have given the Fair Committee to
livelihood. To do otherwise will be to via)t to Honolulu. understand that anything and every-
ltd thpv receive any compensation fori . lho nllrPPH from which educa-1 t- suit n T. v Alnnn nf T-Tnnn Ulnir that thnv ronld do to further the
tneir services, bucu unun n ........... tion g supported in tne lei-muiy. vo
Scout rules. It s stated that an at- mugt hope the employments may be
tempt was made to break down this Drougnt t0 higher economic, standards
rule by a number of persons who re. tnat wilj BUpport the expectations
peatedlv offered the boys pay for wnlch the education given you re
small services, but so far as is known qulreg
not one boy forgot his obligation. Th,s territory has practically but
A disastrous fire was perhaps avert- two prortUf.tSi though we have a defer-
ed through the vigilance of the Scouts re(, hope for mor0f and these two con-
who discovered and extinguished a tltute ninpty-elght (98) per cent of
blaze In one of the booths caused by &u nur exportame products, and we
an overheated gas engine about ten larKCy iive and eat by exports,
o'clock one evening. - on June 30th, 1916, sugar had 43.961
During the entire three days of the empioyee8, and pineapples about 6,000,
Fair the boys of the second Lahaina or R toU1 of 49961. On the same date
troops camped in tents on the grounds, W(J had pupig ln the schools to the
and true to the Scout code to never totftl number of 37,946.. The relations
leave a trail,' broke camp at the close of these number8 1 shall not discuss,
of the time and left the'r camp site but leaye ,t to those not responsible
absolutely clean. to the public.
This is the first time that .the W est From Jt3 inauguration. this Adm'n-
Maui scouts have had an opportunity istration acc0rding to its lights, has
to serve in a public capacity and the endeav0red to insist on a public school
acquitted themselves most creditably. education Ior an that should carry
Thanksgiving At Church
Of The Good Shepherd
pupils to that point in common school
ortnontion where they should have had
amnln trainlne for all the educational
necessities to sustain tneir yruimu.e
position in life an dbe prepared to do
the one thing absolutely necessary to
make them well fortified men and
. v,o la in rnnll wr'ite. fleurC.
The many counter attractions of the
turiv rpnnnn nnd think for them-
county fair notwithstanding, there was gelve( Jn these days the means for
a good congregation ai me iu""" further advances are obtainame out
crivinir nprvipe. at the Church of the I, . iw,i aa na in it.
Good Shepherd. The Rev. R. B. Dodge. Jf & tQ haB progressed to this
of the Union Church, toon pari ia iuc ,nt he an(1 n,s parent8 know it it is
service, and the choir rendered excel- weU fQr hfm tQ proceed further, and
lent music. The Rev. J. Charles VH- Jt lg g0 determ'ned, the public
Hers Drnached from Fsaim us, t. -nAi. Br nrcnared to carry him
will worship toward thy holy temple, furthpr The Department of Public In
and praise they name for thy loving LtrucUon, should not be urged to UtopJ
k'ndness." He referred to the 1 nanus- &n theoriea wnen tne severely practic-
glving service of 1621, held hi the New ftJ requlred,
England colony, and to the Thanksgiv- CiaBSiC scholasticism and pedagogy
ing service appointed by Congress, for centuries cramped the intellect of
after the adoption 01 tne cuumiiui.u., .en and bound them to literature,
to complete the inauguration of wasn- DhllosODhy and theology.
ington as President of the unueu xhe peers of English literature sup
States, which service Washington at- t d tneir reputations by the patron-
tenaea, in 01. ra.u.10 , - age of and dedications 10 me wui-u
YorK. in 1B. xib nersonatres of tne Kingdom.
niorxciT preRter reason for inanKS-i T t 4V,. t mvaolf hnd to
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giving by the American people in these course In education, the
x 1 1U.A rn a 1 T n IU I - . 1
earlier years man uio .ix -- rlId classical dominat on asserted no
WIr nf iflifi. Whatever difference oil . ,. ty,a .inBRifnt was
opinion might prevail about this . or lntellectual or liberal, hence, for the
ihat executive, or iegiBiuiio , " tlme my health permitted, I bound my-
intirht hn reverently said that, as a . . . . f T t1n orppk pnfi
nation, we had, during the year sincer- L, heT nlathematics. and wondered if
ely endeavored to advance the leading Hebrew would not be my lot. I shall
principles 01 cnnnuau never forget the expression or college
not committing ourselves to a course 1 n (Harvard and yale were not then
of action today that tomorrow IIniVerstties) when were mentioned
should have grave reason to regrei.. the s emeld Scientific School .Stevens
If we nau not Deen iuvn iu
actions we had not been without ide
als in many of them.
returned home this week from a trip interest of the fair would be done.
to Honolulu. and this they have done, and their
Herbert Wade, "principal of the Pau- moral backing as well as practical
wela school, returned home from the assistance has been of great service
coast last week In time to marshal to the Committee. In the service of
the pupils of his school in the big the plantations of this Island there
school parade at the county fair. He are many high-salaried men. No con
was an important witness in the trial sidorable number of these men have
of the dynamiting cases ln San "Fran, been identified with the committee
cIsco. It is probable that he will be work connnected with this fair, and
obliged to return to give further testl- these men have been permitted to give
nionv In other trials next month. wpeks nnd months of their time to
M. R. Kiester, of Snn Francisco, fair work that might have been devot
nrrlved bv the Great Northern this ed to the sugar industry.
week to accept the position of book- The plantations declared today a
keeper of the Maul Publishing. Com. holiday, thus enabling their thousands
pany. His wife wUl probably arrive of employees to see and enjoy the
nhout the first of February. fair, and the fair to have the financial
Ned Krueeer. the .well known lain assistance that came from their
Hceeper at the Wailuku bastile, return- presence here today. All of this, my
ed home last Saturday from Honolulu friends, shows community spirit 01
whpre he has been for nearly two which vou and I might well be proud
months undergoing medical treatment. The Board of Education, through Its
He is somewhat better at present and Superintendent of Public instruction
has returned to duty.
Even kamaainas were astonished at
the large number of Hawaiian curios
collected ln the balcony of the Gymn
asium which was devoted to this
purpose. Mr. Stokes of the Museum
brought some sixty excellent sets of
rare specimens now ln the Museum,
and with Mrs. Stokes greatly assisted
ln the work of this department.
Shelves were arranged to display the
cur'os and calabashes. Three show
case stook the more valuable of the
collection and made It possible to give
absolute protection without any dang
er of handling. The homes 01 the peo
ple gave up of their best relics of ftn
age that is gone, so tnat an excellent
display was obtained.
The Committee in charge was as
follows : Rowland B. Dodge, chairman ;
W. S. Beeman, recording secretary;
Mrs. V. A. Vetlesen, corresponding
secretary; W. F. Pogue, Mrs. W. F.
Pogue, Mrs. R, A. Kepolkal, W. S.
Chlllingworth, Mrs. W. S. Chilling.
worth, Moses Kauhimahu, Mrs. vy. .
Crockett. J. H. Kunewa, Jose. Welch.
John F. G. Stokes was chairman or
the committee of Judges. The other
members were Geo. P. Cooke of Molo-
kai and R. E. Lambert of the Museum
A complete list of the prize winners
appear ln another column.
Women Form Relief
Assciation In Honolulu
its Supervising Principal, and many
teachers, also gave us evidence of
whpt community spirit was when they
gathered together, and brought into
thPKP erounds yesterday almost tnree
thousand boys and girls. The National
Guard has likewise shown community
sntrtt. nnd the Boy Scouts who have
Aloha Lodge No. 3, K. of P., will rnHpred valuable service to the Corn-
hold an important meeting tomorrow mittee. These, and manyotheragencles
evening for the election of officers. Lave been prominent factors in contri-
Miss Annie Wodehouse. who has wl .ho buppps of this fair.
been on the coast for several months, An tf thif, mv friends. teaches
returned to Maul by the Manoa last I ... .r. Bt it in the future, we. as citizens.
week. She is at present at the Hale-I are Jdentined with any work of a
akala Ranch. Ikhp nr minsl-niibHc character the
Mr. and Mrs. John Chalmers, of Hal- 1y w by wb)cb we can win success
na, returned nome tnis ween rrom a m h bv nulling together, by team
several weeks visit to the coast; They
were accompanied by their daughter,
Miss Elsie, who has been on the main
land for some months for her health.
She Is very greatly improved
F. Murray, who arrived last week
from Southern California, accom.
work. Let us not forget this lesson.
Now. as we are about to close, i
would offer one suggestion. No one
knows better than the Committee who
have had in hand the direct charge of
this fair work what mistakes nave
been made. If, perchance, you have
panied by his wife and little son, has obgerved 80'me of these mistakes, kind
taken the position of night chemist . overi0ok them .and let them be lost
n me riui j 1 1 1 - "
for the Wailuku Sugar Company
will go to housekeeping in a few days
in the Wells Park tract.
The Matsonla sailing from Honolulu
on next Wednesday, wtll be the last
boat by which Christmas goods may
reach the coast before Christmas.
Boy Rider Dies From
Collision With Truck
Institute and Institute of Technology
Science and mechanics have so
made thlr mark on the material world
that literature and philosophy must
acknowledge their near equality.
It will not be the privilege or many
of you to take what may be termed the
1. ml 1 hleher advantages, but poss'Dly tne
At ThankSglVing Dinner mention of a few of those who by
111 imnnb o intone otnrtv thtnkintr an-
niinntion nnd ambition have done great
At a delightful dinner at the hosptt- service to the world may encourage
able Lindsay home ln faia, on you ln your minor opportunities to be
Thanksgiving afternoon, announce- of Bervice to others and yourselves.
ment was made of the engagement 01 1 jobn yatt, a poor instrument-maker
the genial host, Mr. D. C. Lindsay, ave us the perfected steam engine.
and Miss Esther L. Shepherd, ine George Stephenson, cowhqrd and
charming bride-to-be, a newcomer to brakeman, gave us the locomotive.
Maui, is a grand-niece of Mrs. L,ove- slr Henry Bessemer, gave a steel
land. Her home is in North Haven, process that has made this the steel
Connecticut, and She has Deen age 1
visiting in Maui for some time. She gir Richard Arkwright, first a bar
has already made many friends here, ber gave the world the spinning mach
and the news that she will be a int.ry that enabled the world to be
permanent resident comes as happy ea8ny clothed.
surprise to many. Thomas A. Edison, a newsboy taugnt
At the dinner at wnicn tne hv hta mnthpr. has contributed to scl-
, announcement was made were M's ence and invent'on a variety unap
Shepherd, Governor Pinkham, General proached by any other human being.
Johnson, uapt. ano Mrs. riaruuiu, i. j might extend the list.
and Mrs. U. K. . uurns, ur. ana mm. 0 tne other hand. Colleges men
A. C. Rothrock, Miss Bessie L'ndsay, have much to their credit and will
Miss Ruth Lindsay, and Mr. Liinosay. bave more as the world's knowledge
The date Ot tne wedding nas noi anrl rvniHinr hernmefi more coniDliC'
been set. but It is understood that ' Ltpd
will take place probably sometime EU Whitney, of Yale, gave us the
next month. cotton eln that released the cotton
Alexander Graham Bell, gave us the
Marconi, gave us the wireless
Lord Kelvin, a profound scient'st,
inventor, ideal student, and of great
concentration, who conserved his mind
by carefully selecting his books and
authorities and being able to call
them to his service at any time.
Thus you have proof tha4 attain
ment rests, largely irrespective of
:reat advantages, in the force of
character and ambition of the individual.
School life now affords much recrea
tion and entertainment, all of which
Seihan Takayasu, the 15 year old
Japnnese boy who was injured at
Walkapu last Friday morning when
the horse he was riding was struck
by an auto-truck, died later in the
been ours through united community
PirIt- , . , ,.
The Governor ana nis par ini
some little time ago in order to catch
the steamer. Mr. Wadsworth, our
Chairman, as was his duty and pleas
ure, accompanied the Governor, so
cannot be with us at the formal clos
ing of the fair. .... .
We thank you one. and an ior me
assistance that you have rendered us
and for your generous patronage dur
in: the past three days and evenings;
and now, in the name of the General
Committee, 1 aecwre .nui uu.i.j
Fair formally closed and bid you goodnight.
Malulani Hospital from the effects of nath (if WPll lulOWH
internal inlurles. A coronprs' 1,.rv LKJdlll Vl MC11 IlllVTfll
Ranchman Of Kula
returned a verdict of death
It was shown that the collision was
not due to any fault of the driver,
Antone Perelra, who was coming to
town with a load of school children
Jose de Freltas Phillip, a well known
Portuguese resident ana a pioneer
rancher of Maui died last hunoay at
who were to take part in the children's his home in Kula after an illness of
parade. The horse the boy was riding Upvpral months. He was between sixty
became frightened and backed into and seventy years of age, and dur'jig
me maenme. rue animal was tnrown the thirty years that he has uvea in
and its neck broken. The unfortunate the Islands he had become one of the
boy was employed as a water boy on best known cattle men in the territory.
CAMPSIE TO BE MANAGER
Friends of James Campsie, former
manager of the Olowalu Company,
will be pleased to learn that he ia
slated to have charge of the Hawaiian
Agricultural Company's plantation, at
Pahala, Hawaii, succeeding the late
W. G. Ogg. For the past two yeans
Mr. Campsie has been manager of the
Paauhau Sugar Planatlon Company, on
Hawaii, and his change to Pahala is in
the nature of a promotion. An Inter
esting feature is the fact that he is
now to have charge of the planation
on which he was head luna up to the ghould be (horoUKllly en'joyed.
11.110 .. t,B.i.r, i au. -. jc... BU a VVhen y0U(. busines8 of ,jfe beglnSi
It will be wise practice to refrain from
the Wailuku plantation. Perelra is
also employed by the same company.
W. G. Scott Passes
Away ln Honolulu
W. G. Scott, for many years a resi
dent of Maui, but who for the - past
year has been living ln Honolulu, died
In that c!,ty on Wednesday of this
week, according to brief messages re
ceived here. He hd not been in good
health for some time, but his condition
was not known to be critical. He was
about 55 years of age, and is survived
by a wire.
Ukuleles, Victorias, Sheet Music,
He started with nothing, and at the
time of death his ranch was one of
the largest and best on the slopes of
The funeral took place on Monday
afternoon from St. Joseph's Church,
Makawao. Father Athanasius offlciat
ine. A very large crowd attended the
obsequies, the funeral procession oe
ing led by the Paia Band. .
The deceased Is survived by a widow
and seven children John. Joe, Man
uel. Mary. Augusta. Jeanette and
An organization has recently been
formed in Honolulu for the purpose of
making hospital garments and Burg'.c
al dressings for the wounded of the
Allies in Europe, "The Hawaiian Al
lied War Relief Committee' is tne
name of the body which Is an outcome
nf Rert Cross work, carried on for the
past few months by the members of
St. Andrew's Cathedral Guild, aided by
other units and independent workers.
The hard and faithful work generous
eivine of their time and deep Interest
shown by these many Honolulu women
n wpII na encouraging interest shown
by many on the other islands, were
the incentive to organize on a broader
scale, hence this committee which has
no membership list nor dues dui man
willing workers. .
Relief work is to be centralized
units working under the direction of
the committee and from headquarters
Those women on Maul who desire
to "do their bit" by forming and dir
ecting units or working Independently
should write to the secretary, Mrs. w.
A. Wall, 930 Lunalilo street, Honolu
lu, for information.
ThP work will be prepared at head
quarters and directions supplied with
them though few. are neeaeo as iue
garments are simple.
rrnnMnns have Deen BUDScriDeu en
ough to carry on the work for several
months and the freight is to be given
free by the Matson Navigation Com
pany and Mr. James waiteneia as iar
na New York where the supplies are
sent to a clearing house for distribu
tion to districts where they are most
A good idea of the nature 01 tne
is obtained in the following list, the
articles named being those sent last
mnnth to the Britlsn nea i.ross.
onrulr-nl dressings, hospital Bn'ris
nnmfnrt haes. Daiamas, bed shoes,
knitted socks, men's drawers, pillows
Thn officers of the committee are
Miss Beatrice Castle, president; Mrs.
E. L. S. Gordon, first vlce-presiaem,
Mrs. H. B. Restarick, secona vice
TirpotHpnt Mrs. W. A. Wall, secretary;
Miss Margaret uopper, treueu.e.
Mrs. Henry Damon, financ'al secret
FORMER MAUI GIRL
Miss V. L. Awana. who for the past
several years has been connected with
a large San Francisco produce firm as
stenographer and book-keeper, return
ed to Maui last week to accept m
place of book-keeper for the Maul
PineaDnle Company, at Pauwela. Miss
Awana is a sister-in-law of Manager
A. F. Tavares, of the cannery com
Best Sow with Litter.
First and Special Honolua Ranch.
Second F. G. Krauss, Haiku.
Third F. G. Krauss, Haiku.
Special and Cups. Hog Section.
(Any Breed, Aged.)
Berkshire and American Association
Cup Prince of Haiku, Honolua Ranch.
' (Any Breed, Aged.)
Berkshire Winner and American
Berkshire Association Cup Paradee
Combine 8th, L. K. Smith.
(Under 1 Year.)
Winner Berkshire Boar, L.
(Any Breed, under 1 Year.)
Winner Berkshire Sow, L.
(With Litter, Any Breed.)
Winner Berkshire Sow, Honolua
First Sam, Mr. F. F. Baldwin.
Second Harry Lauder, Mrs. H. A.
Third Dick, Mr. Ernest Baldwin.
First BeRS, Mr. L. von Tempsky.
Second Mr. George Rhodes.
Third Mr. Earnest Baldwin.
First Dick, Mr. W. A. Clark.
Cup for Best Pointer in Show.
Winner Sam, Mr. F. F. Baldwin.
' Any Other Variety Class.
First Pet (Fox Terrier), Mrs. L.
Second Foxy (Fox Terrier), Miss
Third Collie, Master Hart.
' Toy Dog Class.
First Japanese Spaniel, Mr. K. Ku-
Litter of Puppies Class.
First Chow Chow Puppies, Mrs. F.
Dr. V. A.
Mr. I. A.
Mr. G. C.
BRIDGE DECIDED UPON FOR
KAUPAKALUA GULCH ROAD
Istead of the ford, at first contempl
ated in connection with the extension
of the Kuiaha homestead road across
the Kaupakalua gulch, a bridge ia to
be built at an estimated cost of 900
Pi HnVnvilFi m waa determined upon by the
HONONLULU Ml'blC CO., LTD. board of 8upervlsora at their Thurs-
manager of Olowalu.
everything that detracts from a sound
body, health and mind. The profit
you will derive in life will come from
a desire to do your part better than
anyone eise ana give tun measure,'
WILL START GRINDING
The Wailuku Sugar Company will
begin grinding on its 1917 crop about
December 25. The outlook is good for
an exceptionally good year. Paia and
.uiu .uus eieyaie you in tne eyes 01 PuUnene mills have been grinding for
oaDuianvo auu mm k jou .or i"eabout two weeks
nuicfiB aypruva. 01 your neignnors,
.1 i.. 1 .1
11 it-iiua auu me community. I nnoiu
I thank you for your attention, and WILMINGTON-In Wailuku. December
jm.i w.iu yuu im my nest wisnrs 5, to Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmington
' enroled iinyy'iBB aim weiiare. a gon
Best Imported Boar, Aged.
First Honolua Ranch.
Second H. W. Rice.
Best Imported Sow, Aged.
First Honolua Ranch.
Second H. C. & S. Co.
(Hawaiian Bred, Under. 1 Year.) '
First H. C. & S. Co.
(Hawaiian Bred, Under 1 Year.)
First Molokai Ranch. s
Second Honolua Ranch.
First Asa Baldwin.
Second H. C. & S. Co.
Best Sow With Litter.
First H. C. & S. Co. .
Duroc Pen of Feeders."
First Honolua Ranch.
Second Haleakala Ranch.
Third Molokai Ranch.
Hampshires Best Imported Boar.
First H. W. Rice.
Best Imported Sow, Aged.
First H. W. Rice.
First Dr. Baldwin.
Second Dr. Baldwin.
(Hawaiian Bred, Under 1 Year.)
First H. W. Rice.
Best Sow With Litter.
First H. W. Rice.
Tamworths Best Boar.
Best Cross Bred Hog. '
FirBt Fugimoto, Wailuku. '
Best Wool Ram.
First Chas. Thompson, Kula.
Best Wool Ewe.
Fixst Chas. Thompson, Kula.
Best Ram, Mutton Breed.
First Haleakala Ranch.
Second Molokai Ranch.
Best Mutton Ewe.
First Molokai Ranch.
Best Pen Six Head Mutton Sheep.
First Haleakala Ranch.
Second Molokai Ranch.
First Molokai Ranch.
Second Lanai Rnch.
Third Molokai Ranch. -
Notice of Sale.
TAKE NOTICE, that by virtue of
Announcement was made this week the Dower contained in a chattel mort-
of the engagement of Miss Marguerita gage dated April 19th, 1912 and execut
Keikilanl Cook, daughter of Mr. and ed by Sam Kuula, mortgagor to L. L.
Mrs. H. E. Cook, of Spreckelsvllle, to
Mr. JoseDh Joaquin, of Honolulu. The
bride-to-be is well known and popu
lar on Maui, and Mr. Joaquin is a
successful young business man of the
McCandless, mortgagee, I shall expose
for sale the following personal proper
ty to the highest bidder.
Four (4) work mules;
One m waeon together with all
capital. The date of the wedding haa harness and taekle belonging to same.
not been announced. Said sale to take place at noon on
Saturday the 6th day of January, law
in front of the Court House in Wailu
ku. Maui. T. H.
The above mortgage was given to
secure the payment of the sum of one
himrirpd rinllnra secured and evidenced
The Board of Fence Commissioners bv a note executed April 19th, 1912 and
for Molokai will meet on December 11 bearing interest at the rate of ten per
191U, at Aamaio to inspect me pro- cent per annum, upon wnicn aeiau.i
Bosed line of fence betwe.et. tfie land nas been made.
of Kamalo. and the Land. of 5apualt ntnrt wniinku Maul. T. H.. Dec.
All parties Interested archeljy noti- 7th, 1916.
fled to be present at 4 saia 1 EUGENE MURPHY,
day. -. Attorney of mortgagee.
H. R. HITCIIOCK, A v p. o. Address. Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Chairman Fence ComlnlMioners I (Dec. 8. 15. 22. 29.)