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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917.
Maui Red Beans
Eggs Go l'p Again Feeds Remain
The Same Irish Totatoes Are
Short While Sweets Have Dropped
A Little Limes Are Scarce
HONOLULU, September 1. Island
eggs are scarce and have advanced
five cents a dozen, while most feeds
have remained at the same price and
a few have dropped two dollars on a
ton. A shipment of Maul beans were
received and though the price has
dropped a little, they are selling
There are no Island Irish potatoes
in the market. Sweet potatoes are
plentiful and the price has dropped
to $1.25 a hundred pounds. A ship
ment of Island onions and dried corn
has been received from Maui. The
onions are better than the last ship
ment. Limes are scarce and in demand.
Farmers having any limes on hand
should ship them while the market is
Bananas are still plentiful and
cheap. Large bunches selling for
Island grapes have advanced an
other cent a pound and no grapes are
coming from the other islands.
Tomatoes are scarce and have ad
vanced another cent. O. B. LIGHT
FOOT, Acting Superintendent.
As a farewell to the many friends
with whom acquaintance had been re
newed, or newly made, Mrs. Stanley
Livingston and Mrs. J. L. Hopwood
of Honolulu, who have been at the
Livingston homestead at Kuiafia for
some weeks, entertained last Tues
day afternoon. During the afternoon,
a number of callers also added to the
afternoon's guests. Those who were
present were, Mrs..V. I. Wells, Mrs.
E. C. Moore, Mrs. F. G. Krauss, Mrs.
C. C. James, Mrs. J. A. Wilson, and
Mrs. J. Gannon of Lahalna, Mrs. O. H.
Gulick of Honolulu, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Ganfield, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dodge,
Mrs. F. Partridge, Mrs. L. E. Bailey,
Miss Lizzie Fearn, Mrs. G. W. Patter
son, Mrs. Geo. Wilbur, Mrs. Anna
Watson, Mrs. J. O'Brien, and Mrs.
Will. J. Cooper. Mrs. Livingston and
Mrs. Hopwood return to Honolulu on
Saturday, September 8th.
MAUI PRODUCTION GOOD
Maui onions in- big quantities are
coming into the Territorial Market,
which are being sold at $2.50 a hun
dred pounds and three cents a pound
retail. Sweet potatoes are also plenti
ful. They retail for $1.50 a bag and
two and a half cents a pound.
Island dry corn for feed is another
product which is coming from the
Kula slopes on Maui. The corn is sell
ing for $S3 a ton. Bananas are the
only island fruit of which there is any
considerable quantity, although a large
shipment of watermelons is expected
from Maui next Monday. The only
drop of price of island products is in
Maui ripe beans, which now Bell for
$9.50 a hundred. Star-Bulletin.
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AT THE THEATERS
"The Glory Of Yolanda"
Anita Stewart in "The Glory of Yo
landa" is the feature of tomorrow
night's program at the Orpheum.
The story deals with a simple danc
ing girl taken from her hovel by the
Grand Duke, who with his influence
made her the most admired of the Im
perial Russian ballet and the idol of
the Russian court. Her love how
ever was with a young artist whom the
Duke banished to Siberia. She puts
aside the glare of fame and position
and goes with the lover, ready to
stand the test of her affection.
"The Spirit Of Romance"
"The Sirlt of Romance" is Vivian
Martin's latest successful Pallas Pic
tures starring vehicle and it comes to
the Wailuku Orpheum Sunday. The
supporting cast are the selected play
ers of the Pallas studios, with the
popular Colin Chase as leading man.
The story deals with a little girl as
do all of the stories in which Vivian
Martin is the star who points out
the road to happiness to a grouchy
old millionaire and a young inventor.
The millionaire, Richard Cobb, and
the inventor, Tom Cobb, are father
and son while the "ray of sunshine,"
is Abby Lou Maynard, maid of all
work in the antique shop of the elder
man. Joseph Snow, a wealthy old
miser, meets Abby Lou in the antique
shop and is smitten with the girl. He
is so Impressed with the girl's suc
cess In distributing happiness that he
reappears a changed man and con
tinues the good work she has started.
Meantime, through the girl's help
Tom's invention proves a success and
brings a sweet culmination to their
"The Love Thief"
"The Love Thief" is the title of a
Fox production coming to the Wailuku
Orpheum next Monday, with the new
screen star, Gretchen Hartman.
The story concerns the love of a
feminine leader of Mexican bandits
for an American army captain and
the plot is furnished by his failure
to love in return. She succeeds at
first. In alienating the officer's bride-to-be,
but with a return of their love,
kidnaps the American woman and sub
mits her to all the ill usage which bcr
jealous hatred can devise.
The officer lalls into the saim i.-np
in attempting to rescue his sweet
heart but they elude their guards to
gether and win the long race for free
dom. "The Dummy"
"The Dummy" is the next Wednes
day night offering at the Wailuku
Orpheum, with the feature star, Jack
PIckford playing the leading role.
"The Dummy" is a story dealing
with the life of a typical American
youth, a messenger boy with a love
for detectiTe stories who finally de
cides to become a thief taker. How
veil he succeeds in this line of work
is cleverly told in the picture. Ethel
mary Oakland, a new child star, gives
exxcellent support and little Ethel
mary should be heard of again. Good
child stars are indeed rare and the
Famous Players have made a dis
covery in this little girl.
Eight Island-bred mules, six double
delivery wagons and five sets double
harness. Apply at once to Henry May
& Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Territory of Hawaii has been
able to sell $200,000 of the proposed
4 percent loan of $1,500,000.
It takes upwards of four months to
go through the process of preparing
for and presenting a loan. These are
times when financial and other situa
tions change from day to day so there
is no counting on the future.
As per our laws and preparation,
the Treasurer of the Territory of Ha
waii can, at private sale, dispose of
$1,300,000 of 4 percent per annum
bonds at $98.04 per $100.00 bonds.
Of this bond balance of $1,300,000,
this sum approximately applies to the
various islands as follows:
Hawaii $ 405,000.00
It is up to the people of each of
these Islands to purchase each Its
quota of bonds receiving a guarantee
that the money will be spent on each
island, in full or pro rata, to its sub
scriptions. It is plainly a case of put up the
money, of which there is plenty, or
going without the improvements.
The $200,000 will be principally
spent on items that are in the interest
of and to the advantage of the whole
By direction of the Governor,
HENRY C. HAPAI,
Acting Treasurer of the Territory
Honolulu, T. H., September 4, 1917.
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