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New Fish Market For
Lahaina Is Planning
Work To Start Soon On New Structure
Harbor Board Grants Permit
For Sampan Wharf
With the granting by the harbor
bonrd of permission for a sampan
wharf to bp built at Lahaina, adjacent
the now market building being built
' V. L. Decoto, the way has been
cleared for another Important im
provement in the West Maui city
This is to be n new flah market, the
promoters of which ar Antone D. Fur
i'do and G. CI. Seong, prominent La
;iaina business men.
The fish market is to be built on the
ivaannpaii side of the new meat mar
ket on land leased from V. L. Decoto,
mkI w'Jl cost probably some $15,000.
it uill contain stalls to be rented to
:Iu various fish vending concerns in
T.ahaina. and will supplant nil of the
'rattered stalls now in the town. The
'h.nf or pier for which the harbor
in.'ird has granted a permit, will be
ned by the sampans of the Ashmen
'oitiz business with the market.
Areordin?: to Mr. F-urtado work on
he new project will be started in the
High School Now
Is Self Governing
.7ull Set Of Officials Duly Elected Will
fcgin Duties Today High School
Will Settle Immigration Question
From now on the Central Maui High
fiehooi is to lie governed by an elected
"county government" subject of
course to the vote and reviewing
power of the" faculty. Last Friday the
first election was held, which is sa'd
to have been a hot one, and today the
nev iy elected otlicials are being in
stalled in otllee.
The new administration is made up
oi the follow'ng officials:
Sup'Tvisers Ruth Parker, Irene
Wells, Stanford Walker, Walter Mur
'locU. and Elizabeth Lindsay.
Treasurer Scott Nicoll.
County Clerk Richard Linton.
County Attorney N'ils Tavares.
Judge Jack Walker.
Sheriff Sanford Walker.
Debate On Immigration Law
This afternoon a debate is on in the
High School on the subject "Re
solved, That immigrants to the United
Kates should be required to pass a lit
eracy test show'ng ability to read and
write." This important topic, which
has shaken the Congress for several
years, and which has caused the veto
ing of three immigration b'.lls, will
be handled by Constance Kinney and
Douglas Wells for the affirmative;
and Jack Walker and Oriet Robinson,
for the negative. This debate should
Fettle this bothersome matter once
an 1 for all.
Edward Walsh will discuss current
events, and some singing by the
school will also form part of the ex
ercises. New Stables Company
For the purpose of adding to pre
sent equipment, new build'ngs etc.,
Hie recently organized Wailuku Con
r.truction and Drayage Company, Ltd.,
's offering a Email amount of stock to
-he public, according to a prospectus
lust issued. The new company wihch
!ias been organ'zed by its President
and manager, J. C. Foss, Jr., Is a com
bination of the Iao Stables Company
'he Maui Stables, and Mr. Foss' con
tracting business. It is capitalized at
Mr. Foss announces that an office
uild'ng with store room, and an auto
stand are to be built on the Iao Stables
site, in which provision Is to be made
'"or a branch of the von Hamm Young
Company, of Honolulu. A rock crush
er plant is also to be built in Wailuku
f'S a part of the company's activities.
The officers of the new corporation
ar j. c. Foss, Jr., president and
manager; W. H. Engle, vice-president;
tt. B. Rietow, secy-treas., W. A. Bald
a in and H. Y. Ch'uck, directors.
Going To Philippines
For Life Insurance Co
. J. de Souza, who for the past two
years has been manager of the Mau
W'ne & Liquor Co. has resigned h's
portion, and will leave nex
month for Manila where he goes as
general asent for the Sun Life Insur
ance Company, of Canada. He will
al-o have Sumatra as his district. M
do Souza has made a w'de acquaint
ance since coming to Maui, and his
fr nds will regret that he has de-
ci'li'd to re; urn to the Philippines.
w:s through h's enterprise largely
th it the new Grand Hotel, in Wailuku
whs undertaken. lf,e has also sever-
eu ins connection entirely wltn thl
Central Maui Again Has
Several Cases Diphtheri
Diphtheria is again prevalent on
M. ui, though not in epidemic degree.
ven cases are known at present and
b der quarantine, of which three are
'n Wuiiuku, one each at Puunene, Ka
ht.Uii, end Haiku. None of the' pat
ients are seriously ill.
Will Take Up Citizenship Work Among
Alien Races Under Direction Of
Maui Aid Association
Yesterday Clarence A. MacDonald,
principal of the Lahainaluna School,
resigned his position to become the
director of citizenships work of Maui
county under the Maui Aid Associa
tion. Mr. MacDonald came from the Ka
mehameha Schools in Honolulu where
lie had taught six years to take the
principalslrp of the Lahainaluna
School. He was called to this posi
tion fourteen years ago. By dint of
the hardest kind of work he built up
the schr il until It had the ent're con
fidence f the Hawaiian people.
By his special training ns a teacher
and his int'mate knowledge of the
conditions in the Islands, Mr. Mac
Donald ts peculiarly fitted for the new
position that has been creaed on Maui.
Classes were orgaiv'zed some six
months ago on Maui for the purpose
of carrying on citizenship training for
the foreigners here, especially those
who being born in Hawaii, will have
the right to vote.
The citizenship crommittre decided
that one man's time was needed for
the undertaking and Mr. MacDonald's
acceptance has been received w;th
much pleasure. His resignation will
will take eiTect April 1st, and he will
probably reside in Wailuku.
H is expected that Mr. MacDonald
will be succeeded at Lahainaluna by
red A. Clowes, who has been in
barge of Ibe agricultural work at the
chool for the past two years.
Gluck Music Featured
By Maui Music Club
On Thursday afternoon January
ith the Maui Music Club met with
Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, Hamakuapoko
Twenty-e'ght ladies were present ana
he following program was very wen
1. Reading The Operatic Situa-
ion in the latter half of the 18th
century Mrs. Bowdish.
2. Life of Gluck. Mrs. Worth
3. Gluck's works and Style. Mrs.
4. Gluck's contemporaries. Mrs.
5. P.'ano Solo. Gavotte from
Gluck's "Iphigenie in Aulis'. Miss
G. Vocal Solo. "I Have My Eury-
dice," from Orphens. By Mtss Manoy.
7. Piano. Two Gems from "Al-
ceste" and "Orphens". Mrs. xt. vv.
8. Vocal Solo. "Ye Gods of End
less Night, From "Alceste." Mrs.
Louise C. Jones.
9. Overture, from "Ipu'genie In
Aulis." Miss Hoffman.
Leslie West And Family
To Live On Mainland
W. Leslie West, for the past 7 years
head bookkeeper of the Wailuku
Sugar Company, has resigned his posi
tion, and with his wife and fam'Jy will
leave soon for North Yakima, Wash
ington, where they expect to make
their future home. Mr. West owns
several hundred acres of land in the
great north-west apple distrct, in
cluding a 10-ncre orchard which has
latelv come into bearing. He has
been planning taking personal charge
of tliis property for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. West have a w'ne cir
cle of friends on Maui who will hear
of their decision with regreat. They
expect to sail from Honolulu on the
next Wilhelm'jia, on the 21st. Mr.
West's successor at the mill office is
c-xpected to arrive from Honolulu in
a lew oays. it lias not yet peen an
nounced who it will be.
More Money Needed To
Finish Olinda Reservoir
From $10,000 to $20,000 more mo
ney v iil need to be supplied by the
it gl.-.bi-uro in order to complete the
Olinda liservoir. eccoid'ng to pres
ent indications. The $50,000 provided
ibe Uir-t hrtn fund appropriation will
lot more than complete the l rerjen
coM i act of .' C. Foss, Jr. which dues
ivit include rue concrete l'ning. This
milo'. be proMiir-d before the reservoir
can be used.
The tiit that the rock base vh;b
I !n en. :-eis rtiro counting on prov
ed Uecepti e. nee . ,-, ting a
(! -ill mo " av unij? than had been
rigiiri-il on, poeouui.s lor the ur.espect
edly w-ih (?t. '. h Foss con, met
was mi ': d-!uyed ly lack oi pi
ordered from the coa.'t, and fc; otl
re;:so:ii-, i.nd is abi!! lidlf coivpn-t. d.
January 31st. Nabe Tokumoto, 3
Japanese, Waikapu; Kamada Naka
nia, 23, Japanese. Wa'knpu. Ceremo
ny by Uev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa.
January 31st. Muragin, 20, Russian
Paia; Helen Gorona, 18, Russian, Paia
Ceremony by Father Francis.
February 1st. Jensei Higa, 28. Jap
anese, I'aia, Kama Higa, 18, Japanese,
Paia. Ceremony by Rev. T. Sugimoto,
February 1st. Phillip Rodrlgms, 22
Filipino, Puunene; Rose Halama, 20,
Hawaiian, Puunene. Ceremony by
uev. Pedro Kay old.
Hugh Howell, the contractor, is in
Honolulu this week on business.
H. M. Dowsett, of Honolulu, was nn
arrival by last Saturday's Claudine
for a short visit in Makawao.
Mrs. F. B. Cameron, of Paia, went
to Honolulu on Wednesday where she
is visiting friends.
L R. Mathews, head worker of the
Alexander Settlement, will leave for
Honolulu tomorrow for a short busi
Frank E. Howes, of the von Hamm
Young Company's automobile depart
ment, was on Maui this week making
delivery of a number of cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scheid, of Hon
olulu, returned home last Monday
night after several days spent in Wa'r
luku and vicinity.
U O. Aii:en relumed home i d
iiesday eening iirtil Honolulu wl.e-.e
he ai'cndcd the iw.jtr meeting ;I
ih': Hawaiian t ri.cn,' .on committee if
in h he is ,t me, ei
Charles G. Murasky, of Honolulu,
who recently arrived on Maui, has
taken position with the Hugh Howell
Engineering Company. He is engaged
on a bridge contract In east Kuiaha.
E. L. Corson, in charge of the boys'
department of the Alexander House
Settlement, returned home from Hon
olulu last Saturday where he was call
ed to undergo an operation for nose
and throat trouble.
James A. Durling, of Boston, who
has been the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. F. B. Cameron, of Paia for seve
ral weeks, wll leave Honolulu by the
Great Northern, tomorrow for his
Rev. H. P. Judd and Rev. Akaiko
Akana ,of Honolulu, who were in Wai
luku last week attending the annual
meeting of the Maul Evangelical As
sociation, are on Hawaii this week,
where they are attending a similar
gathering In Kohala.
Lorrln K. Smith, of Paia, left tlrs
week by the Manoa for the Coast
where he will attend a big live stock
show of the University of California
at Davis. He will probably bring
back some high grade hogs for h's
It. Gooding Field, the unofficial
game fishing promotion committee, ar-
r'ved irom Honolulu last Saturday on
a short business trip. He states that
"Jimmy" Jump and some other fishing
enthusiasts from the mainland, will
soon be over to try their luck in Maul
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin. who has been on
the mainland since aat September,
is expected to arrive home by the
Wilhelm'.na, due in Honolulu on the
13th. She will be accompanied by
M'ss Charlotte Smith of Normal 111.
who v '.11 be her house guest in Wai
luku. Miss Smith Is a sister of Miss
Lucia Smith who will be remembered
by many friends in Maui. Mrs. Luf-
k'n, who was under medical treatment
on the Coast, is reported to be very
much improved in health.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HUMJiULU, February 1
matter of Bishop Trusteeship report,
Hearing of Dr. Aver tomorrow.
Hind assumes position of consulting engineer of Ilackfeld planta
BERLIN, February 1 Press is
are not so exultant as might be expected.
LONDON, February 1 Sinking ivlne vessels, causing eight deaths ;
Britisher, Belgian, Lanadian tug, two
BERLIN, February 1 Hollweg at session of ways and means,
made key-note speech. He said Germans have been challenged to a fight
to finish. Germany has accepted challenge, staked everything,' and shall
CHARLESTON, February 1
up since war, slowly sank this morning. Believed was scuttled. Captain
NEW YORK, 1-ebruary 1 Collector Malone opens port. Notified
s-hips they sail at own risk.
Wildest rush to sell stocks since war started. Bottom fell out of
United Steel which went below par.
WASHINGTON, February 1
and Lansing, opinion is general in
break with Germany is inevitable,
to Berlin will preceed action. View is taken that America cannot let
ltuatton pass unchallenged.
HONOLULU, February 1
ltonal Hotel Company will be considered at meeting of company today
Hiionian reiorted to have been sold to a Norwegian company fo
more tnan Hair a mtlpon. iext trip
Anna M. Paris dies at Queen's
LONDON, February 1 But
the Laurentic would have been saved. High seas sunk several boats
Only lU out of crew of A0 of crew were saved.
HONOLULU, January 31
modifications on Port street pier costing JU.UUU. Original plans correct
Dredging should not have been
10, 9 and 8 unsafe, in opinion. Further urges contractor be prohibited
from dredgtng along wnart .No. 1U.
New Honolulu postmaster is
W ashington correspondent of St.
Extra dividend by Pahang
excess ot expenses and dividend.
Y. W. C. A. lias raised more
BLKLl.N, January 31 French
mans stormed Russians on east
captured 1UUU. in northern Rumania heavy lighting. Russians penetr
ateu point oi supjiort.
New note handed Gerard today in answer to Wilson's speed
Declares in unmistakable terms for unrestricted naval warfare. It say
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an aiicuij'i iu cMauiiMi an uuuersiancung netween adversaries navin
been answered by announcement of intensified warfare, imperial gov
eminent must now continue its warfare for existence, and is therefon
forced to do away with restrictions
nir use oi us ngiuing means at sea.
tiye tomorrow. Note has appendix
win be subject to unrestricted campaign.
WASHINGTON, January 311 .eonard Wood condemned nation
al guard system as vicious, and indefensible as a military system, before
benuie miniary committee.
The county bonrd of supervisors
will hold Its monthly meeting beginn
ing next Wednesday.
Charles Vieira, for allowing a non-
licensed driver to handle his car, was
arrested, but forfeited $10 cash ball.
The several weeks of kona weather
Is said to have interfered seriously
with lishlnp!, both commercial and
sport, in 'ociil writers.
John de Mello, for operating an
automobile without a chauffeur's lic
ense, was fined $25 In the Wailuku
district court this week.
You can get good music by the Paia
School Orchestra if you call up J. R.
Gonsalves at Fernandez Hotel. Adv.
(Jan. 2C, Feb. 2, 9, 16.)
Moses Kauhlmahu, principal of the
Kahulul school, has been appointed
deputy county auditor, by Auditor
Wilcox, succeeding J. N. K. Keola,
who resigned the first of the year.
M. H. Drumniond, deputy territor
ial bank examiner, has been in Wailu
ku during the week engaged In making
his periodical examination of the
books of the various county officials.
The Women's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a
meeting with Mrs. J. Foss. Wailuku
on Tuesday, February 6th, at 2:30
The girl's basket ball team of the
Alexander House Gymnapium will go
to Hamakuapoko tomorrow morning
where they will play a game with the
Central Maui Highschool girls. Teh
game promises to be an interesting
As a farewell to two members, J.
J. Correll and W. Leslie West, who
leave soon for the mainland to take
up their residence, a banquet will be
?iven by Lodge Maui. No. 984, A. F.
.: A. M. in the'r honor, at the Maui
Hotel, on Saturday evening, February
Isamn Morioko is in the Puunene
hospital with a broken shoulder blade
and other injuries, as a result of being
run over by an auto truck driven ty
r. Fu.ilnaUa. employed by the Japan
ese. Mercantile Company, of Kahulul.
Morioka was riding a bicycle at the
l.i'.z'e Gouveia Iin Chong Tuck ivj,
manfed a diwce by Judge Ediru's,
: rdaj fi Oi.i her hu -b.iiid, lm Chong
Tile'.:' on grounds of non-support. Tao
. ase was ( 0Uti!.te;l, the husband
claiming that in had not refusec" to
support the v tiuni, but that Ehe bad
left him. Murphy, attorney for In el
ite; c.-tikett, tor the Iibellant.
The Maui Music Club is considering
arranging an evening for Mr. Will
iam Lewers, reader, and Mr. Frank
Moss, pianist, who have recently de
lighted Honolulu audience with their
clever entertained. Mr. Lewers, who
is a son of Robert Lewers of Honolulu
has a notable stage record, having for
merly played with Maud Adams in
some of her notable successes.
bupreme court reverses Ashiord in
sending it back.
Only Nagle matter to be consider
jubilant though pan-German papers
trawlers, three smacks sunk.
German freighter Liebensclf, tied
After conference between Wilson
official quarters that a diplomatic
though probable ultimatum or warning
Thiel's resignation as manager of Ter
to islands will be last.
for rough weather, all of the crew o
Special engineers' committee urges
allowed. Instead driving Piers Nos
a newspaper man. Was for years
expected. December profits $5000 in
attack at Leintrey repulsed. Ger
bank and repulsing counter attacks
which until now it has insisted upon
tiermany s decision becomes eilec
outlining new zone where sea traffic
Good Year's Work
By Wailuku Church
Officers Elected At Annual Meeting
Held Last Sunday Membership
Wailuku Union Church held a most
interesting annual meeting last Sun
day evening in connection with the
W. Leslie West, treasurer, read the
financial report of the last year which
showed a small cash balance on hand
for the year, though the deficit of the
year 1915 had not been made up. The
Treasurer reported rIso that the debt
had been cleared off by promises and
the cash received, and that the check
for $2500.00 would soon be sent on to
the Church Building Society or isew
Miss Gertrude B. Judd read an In
teresting report from the Sunday
School; Mrs. Leslie R. Mathews, for
the Women's Aid Society, while the
min'flter of the church, Rev. R. B.
Dodge, reported a successful year in
the church activities. He dwelt part
icularly upon the deepening of the
piritual life of the members of the
church and congregation and made
uggest'ons as to the future welfare
of the organization.
If. B. Penhallow, D. II. Case, W. A.
McKay. F. Crockett and L. R. Math
ews were elected as trustees for the
oming year; Earl L. Corson and
Frank L. Hoops, deacons; Mrs. Frani-
L. Hoogs, deaconess. W. Leslie West,
ho has served the church as treasur
- for several years, was again re
elected treasurer; J. Patterson and R.
W. Linton were chosen as ushers.
The membership of the church is
larger than ever previously, though a
great many whose names are on the
roll are living at the coast or away
from Wa'luku. This makes the resid
ent membership rather small. The
largest accession to the membership
In t lie last ten years occured In the
twelve months just closing.
Reform School Boys
Will See Carnival
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plied by the school, which will be
cooked with camping equipment 'of
the Boy Scouts, Any deficiency in the
cooking art shown by the boys from
the Industrial school will be corrected
by the advice of the Boy Scouts,
among whom there are many crediat-
ble cooks. In fact, while the indus
trial school boys will be granted full
1'berty, they will actually be under
the guidance and care of the Boy
Scouts all during the Carnival week.
About 100 of the industrial school
boys well be used to man the floats in
the Pan-Pacific parade, of which there
will be fifty-two desplcting historical
events of the islands. They will be
dressed in old Hawaiianvcostumes and
Ford thinks they will add greatly to
the realistic appearance of the scenes
and events which are to be resprod
uced in minature on the floats.
'The fact that the boys are small
is bo much the better," Ford says en
tUusiastically. He explains that the
backgrounds of the floats will show up
much better if there are only small
figures in front.
When it Is scarcely more than a year
since the boys of the industrial school
were being tried for conspiracy again
st their teachers, and for running away
from the school, the granting of liber
ty to the boya for a full week without
any restrictions but a promise of good
behavior comes as something of a
surprise to many who are not aware
of the change in the conduct of the
school in the last few months.
Superlntendene Anderson is confi
dent that the boys can be trusted dur
ing Carnival week. "They 11 all come
back," he declares. On last July 4th,
sixty-eight of the boys were given
their liberty, and everyone of them re
turned to the school the next day.
The only boyB at the school who will
not enjoy the week's holiday are a tevk
who have to be retained to feed thl
livestock and attend to other duties
Ford has requested the use of the
Boy's School band for supplying the
music for the Pan-Pacific luau, which
will be given in the Pan-Pacific pavi
lion, now being erected on Bishop
square opposite the Young Hotel, on
the evening of the opening day. They
also will march and play in the Pan-
Paclnc parade that day. During the
week the Carnival' directors will make
use of the band at the various parks,
especially tor the Carnival circus ut
Aala park, where it is expected the
boys will get the most amusement and
at the same time be much appreciated
by the holiday Carnival crowds.
The industrial school band is an un-
usally good boy's band, as it has been
SAN FRANCISCO, January
fense will be put on.
Chamber of commerce of America recommends clock be set one
hour ahead and asks congressional action to this end.
DERBY, January 31 Mrs. Alice Wheeldon and two daughters,
husband of one being Alfred George Mason, are charged at Guild Hall
with conspiring to murder of Uoyd George. Arthur Henderson arrest
ed denied knowledge and declined to make statement.
LONDON, January 31 British casualties for January, 960 officers,
PARIS. January 31 Transport Admiral Magon torpedoed and
sunk January 25. 950 soldiers for Saloniki aboard. S09 saved.
Severest cold in France since 1893. In Paris fourteen degrees.
Marne is floating with ice.
l'rench penetrated first two lines German trenches at Leintrey.
PRTROGRAD, January 31 Captured Teuton fortifications
WASHINGTON, January 31 In leak probe, Connolly, corres
pondent of brokerage house of Ilutton & Company, declared informa
tion sent was based on street gossip. He declared Boiling, President's
brother-in-law of charges. Declared Lansing's phrase, "words of war,"
Meeting Of Maui Evangelical Associ
ation Elects Rev. I. D. Iaea, Mod
erator Dodge National Delegate
At the Kaahumanu Church Wailuku
sessions of the Maui churches have
came to a close last Saturday. The
Maui and Molokal churches of the
Hawa'lan Hoard were well represent
ed at this meeting. The societies of
CnriMian Endeavor and the Sunday
Sc-iool were also well represented.
Rev. K. S. Timoteo was the moder
ator and Rev. L. Tl. Kaumeheiwa was
eli- 'ted permanent scribe.
Pev. Henry' P. Judd, secretary of the
Hawaiian Hoard, and Rev. Aka'.ko Ak
ana, the superintendent of the Christ
ian Kndeavor work oi the board, were
present from Honolulu. Rev. Sam Ka
malopill of the Hnwaiian newspaper
Ka Hoaloha was also at the meetings
and acted ns interpreter.
The usu.'.l laige number of meetings
were held which began with a sunrise
prayer meeting and closed with a
meeting of song and devotions at
ibout half past nine in the evening.
Hie last r.ess'on of Friday evening,
'.vhich was one of the best of the ser
ies, closed with a very pleasant social
a In ring at the Town Hall. Refresh
ments provided by the ladles of the
church and of the Union Clinch were
served and a very pleasant niuslcial
program with .riFs!stnnce of outside
Clem was rendered.
Rev. I. IV 'ru-a mid L. Ti. Kaumehei
wa were sel-'cted as delegates to the
territorial convention to no neid in
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June ana JUiy, wni;e uev. ii.uwi.tuu u.
linriire wns chosen as Maul s repre
sentative at the national council to be
held at Los Angeles in June.
Hov. I. L Iaea was electea tne
moderator for the next session, Mr.
Makawao and Paia
The Misses von Tenipsky and Miss
Wodehouse gave a luncheon for eight
on Monday, at Haleakala Ranch, hon
oring Mrs. E. H. Kittredge who leaves
this week for her home in uaiuornia.
Mrs. Montague Cooke, of Honolulu,
was quite extensively entertained dur
ing her short stay on Maui last weeK.
She was the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Penhallow.
The members of the "Cast", of "Pin
afore" are giving a buffet supper this
evening at the Paia Community
House, after which work for the corn-
In? year will be discussed.
Mrs. Cummings, of Paia, gave a very
enjoyable "500" party on Wednesday
afternoon iu honor of Mrs. J. J. Cor
rell, who leaves soon for the main
land. About thirty ladies were pres
Friends of Miss Peggy Center are
very anxious for a chance to hear her
sing on Mau', and are delighted that
there is a possibility oi ner coming.
It would be a rare treat indeed for
every music lover should she decide
SHOWER FOR COMING BRIDE
Miss Mae Martin, of the staff of
Maunaolu Seminary, whose engage
ment to Mr. C. E. Barter, of Haiku,
was announced recently, was the re
cipient of a "kitchen shower , at the
Seminary last Monday afternoon.
Some twenty-four of Miss Martin's
friends were present at the merry
Those Who Travel
By str. Claudine Jan. 27 H. M.
Dowsett, Miss J. Jones, M.J. Sullivan,
F. E. Howes, R. Maehala, P. Victoria,
Miss Crane, J. C. Crane, Herman Von
Holt, R. C. Walker, F. C. Niles, J. G.
Serrao, O. Lau, F. K. MacDonald, L.
Distell, E. L. Corson, A. Mcintosh, A.
trained by Captain H. Berger,' who
has written most, of the music which
it plays. It will be recollected by Ka
maainas that many of the musician in
the Oahu Hawaiian band have been
graduates of tlio Hoy's Industrial
School, in wh'ch Captain Berger has
always taken a great deal of interest
as he looked to th-5 school to furnish
recruits for ''ie band of which he was
the leader for so nuiny yearsh.
Arrangements are being made for
the transportation of the boys of the
school from Wtialee to Honolulu
either on tho Oulm railroad or by bis
It is planned to bring
the boys to Honolulu on the Saturday
or Sunday before the Carnival opens.
31 Moody prosecution rested.