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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1917.
(('imiiniu il froiii l'.ige One.)
slit' those l h ;i t remain to sit up mid
i ,; in ;im iie tin' causes. jiikI
il ; -s i 1 1 - cU;cier tin- antidote, li'st
ih i iiemselu-s share a similar fate.
Id : mind t lit- causes of
I.tiiurv due to a variety of cir-
u but to sHiino in particular.
.i in.iu-t ii!" i. liter v e inin im mien
tli" l.iislits. tit" Look I ;i run is, those
w In, t'lnuulit lliey would like larni li''.
wiin i .; ii u 1 ; i , il liny eeulil make a
i!.;-, :t in.; ,1 l'oiiune. on raw land
!:. .1 ;'. i'. ;. '.: s- ! '' ".r 1 i ':
ill. it- ! "t:ii 'si,.:iil.:. lmt who never dill
tv.b-.il. I.- 1 1 j . lifawn as well as the
liram ii'-n-ssarx to i urn a luxuriant
i;.p .f ,:i;;h,i husiiis into a iit in.u
i r,., im n-rn iir i n. ;iib s. Amongst
llv vi v. " jivuH iticlit'le thus" willuiill
i ;. ; ii, u I'a; initio, w ho. while not
mi; "mi:-lii s." I';rhil to realize the
i. VPs. sai riie s, anil Ucicrmiiia
li. '!i iti i s.-; t y to l't in:4 slleeess.
Ni i in- i,ii;. i.i menl'on all the fist,
vs,,i ur he k of i-i.i:tal eoiiUl not holil
,mi i . taiuuli to n ap thi-ir just re
, ; i-'i.;. - his i i': " ( lass that deserve
i!i, t sveeiai'iy iind the im-
-, i, .ii;" ( In li'. Many turn have al
r.".( heeti it il - Il real ll of the goal
I, -i; ,i-c--U in .;uii lar la. 1; of capital.
!; "takes money to make money," in
I'arriin.u just as in any other business.
Tin- ;;o et niueiit uf the I'nited States
lu.ve at las; 1 1 ceuni.i il this, and have
';. ii tot i-i;.:.s to fanners on easy
titms. Why the Farm Loan Act was
net i Mi tilled to l'awaii is to me un
accountable. To my mind one eroii farming has
t een the hatie of 11a. k-u just as it has
been tin turse uf the south. The
smail fat liter who depends upon the
or,- et'ip year after year, whether it
he eottoa. p'm app'es or chickens will
surely get stun;:, and eventually go
cut of business altogether. You say
what about sttar cane? Sugar cane
eanii.i; be pal in lhe same class, lie
cause i. is ta'sei! in large areas, and
laes- it -ps an- always growing to
gethi.f. l do pot believe that cane
v. i.ithl be a safe or paying crop in
Haiku, cwn if tile entire tract were
pail under cane. The nueslion of irri
gation would presi nt an insurmounta
ble ditliiully and to raise cane with
out a system of irrigation is simply
a gamble. What would have happened
had these lands been all under cane
this :-,asoa, with four months drought
and no it riga lion? You might have
lost the best pari of two years crops
at once, and thai alone would have
put everybody out of business. Pine
apples are probably safer, but even
with pineapples it is impossible for
a hoim H'eailer to recover a loss on a
poor season with a small average,
say ii farm of only 10 acres.
You say "What's your panacea? Is
ile re one?" I believe there is, and
it is to be found in diversilied farm
ing lecd crops, such as corn, oats,
legumes, grasses, rootcrops. Cattle
Including dairy animals, and dairy
prod-act s. hogs, poultry, rabbits, fruits,
and egei ables. Amongst the latter
we might name grapes, papains, figs,
bananas, alligator pears, celery,
b-iluee, cabbage, radish, potatoes,
i arrets, onions, beans, peas, taro,
incumbers, pumpkms, melons, etc.
All ihe gulches will grow almost
ar.;,'l,ing and everything in the fruit
and vegetable line. Some of the
Haiku fanners have vegetable gold
mii-.es on their farms, but do not deve
lop,' them. That gubh of yours can
b.- t ra iu lei UK d into a veritable flar-d-n
of l-a'.en. and the portions you
cannot cultivate you can plant with
trees that in years from now will b(
Have You Ever Heard of the Hawaiian Foundation?
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Honolulu, T. II.
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER ?450,000.)
Stock and Bond Department Real Estate Department Insurance Department-
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
ll 11 TI-XXl-Y, I'reshlmt
J. A'. GALT, Treasurer
almost with their weight in gold.
They are doing It in Hawaii, why not
bete? W here is your firewood to
come from? While Ihe trees are
growing the gulches could be used
as ideal bog, goat, or chicken ranches,
so that not a foot may go to waste or
be idle. I believe I am sale in saying
that Haiku farmers pay out over
$J."iOi'U a j ear in buying feed that is
shipped in from outside. They
should be selling $."u.tinii worth or
'nod products instead.
The Haiku fanm rs are eslreniely
lucky in having a government Sub.
Station in their midst, run by 1'ncle
Sain lor their benefit. Yet how few
ta ke ad alilage of it.
Another source of energy and pro
fit that is eniTcly negbited in Haiku
is the wind Here you have a steady
trade wind, that properly harnessed
wilh do all your pumping, grinding,
shel'iing, rlean'ng, washing, light ig,
tc. at a fi-acton of the cost of run
ning a gasoline engine. When not
actually running machines, the aetnio
tor could be drying your vegetables,
fruits, or ciops by causing a current
of air to continually pass through your
storehouse or drying- shed, or .'Hiring
tip eleeiricily for lighting your home.
While exploring a nearby gulch I was
agreeably sin prised to d:scoor that
one homesteader had harnessed a
small stream and has a man pumping
water day and nighl to his tank. He
san sm'le while others worry or
sweat over the water famine.
I might easily take an hour on the
subject, but will conclude by saying
l thai teamwork always brings results,
while cross pulling generally lands
all in the ditch. We need team work
;u Haiku, team work in buying, team
work in selling, team work in plant
ing, team work in reaping the results
of your effoils. The Haiku runners'
Association should be the meeting
place where every farmer in the dis
trict, and everyone interested in its
success, can meet together on com-
, .!...!. and 1 i.li.ve that . 1 I '
a live Association here and all pull
ing together for the common good,
something must happen..!. V. O'llrien
Wednesday afternoon, a "linen
shower" was given in honor of Miss
Gwen von Tempsky, by Mrs. Fitzger
ald, at ruuomalei, Makawao. In
sp'to of the scarcity of linen, many
exquisite pieces were presented to
the guest of honor. Forty ladies
were in attendance and the occasion
was most enjoyable.
A thin coating of snow was visible
along the eastern ridge of Haleakala
Thursday morning:. This caused a
drop in temperature along the slope
of live degrees or more.
During the week there have been
several "naulus" in Kula and Maka
wao. Wrong Cue
"Evidently that young man I met
at your party does not know who I
am," remarked Mr. Cumrox to his
"What makes you think so?"
"If he appreciated the extent of my
financial influence he would have
laughed at my jokes instead of niy
granimar." Washington Star.
"So this is your studio?"
"As you see."
"Hut It is very cold here."
"Yes," said the artist, "just now I
am paint ng a frieze." Grand Rapids
IT IS A TRUST ORGANIZED FOR TI1K P.EXEFIT OF A EE THE PEOPEE OF THE COMMUNITY.
SOME PEOPEE HAVE NO ONE TO W HOM THEY CARE TO LEAVE THEIR PROPERTY.
OTHERS DO NOT KNOW TO WHOM THEY SIIOUED LEAVE THEIR PROPERTY SO THAT THE INCOME SHOULD DO THE MOST GOOD.
THE HAWAIIAN FOUNDATION WILL USE THE INCOME DERIVED FROM THE MONIES LEFT TO IT FOR EDUCATIONAL, CHARITABLE, AND
OR FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE WHICH YOU DESIRE.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED WRITE US AND WE WILL SEND YOU A BOOKLET ON THIS SUBJECT.
awaiiam Trust Company, Limited.
.1. P. Foster, of the M. A. Co., has
reunited from a lour of the east.
Haiku Fruit it Packing Co. paid a
quaru-rlj dividend of 10 cents n share
The steamer l.urPiie will be expect
id at Kahului tomorrow, coming from
San Francisco via Honolulu.
Miss Twi i t KohinMn o, W'ailuku,
has gone to Honolulu where she will
begin tin- pi i I im in a i its of a four
years corrsi in nuis'ng.
Kapa, of WniUiku, put up an expen
sive article of swearing Saturday
night, being fined $ld in police court
Monday morning for his profanity.
Th.- regular monthly meeting of the
Hoard of Supervisors w'll be held next
Wednesday afternoon, beginning nt 2
Miss Marian M. MacMillan, head
miisc of Paia hospital, expects to
loaw ab'Uit November 1 to Join the
i("d Cross unit to be sent out by Le
land Stanford VniversMy.
A new employee of a Wailuku
paper made his start Ibis week by get
lit, g his hand caught in a small press,
lacerating the t:ps of two fingers
II. T. Wa'ght, foreman for the
Spalding Construction Co., Honolulu,1
at Haiku, was called to the city by
the Clauiline Wednesday night in
connection with the Grand llolel ease.
W. C. Avery, inspector general of I
schools, found it impossible to come
to Maui this week. He will be along
in the course oT a week or ten days,
Mrs. Lindeman, of Honolulu, has
discont inued her shopping business
for the pri sent and gone to the Const.
She expects to return later in the
Jose ih Gomes, an employee of the
Pioneer Store, Ltd., will leave by the
Mauna Kea Friday for Honolulu where
he will undergo treatment for his
George W. R. King, deputy auditor
of the Territory, arrived on Maui
Wednesday morning to check the
books of the tax department. He will
spend about live days here.
Messrs. C. I). Lufkin. A. Garcia,
linos Vincent, Charles Wilcox and Joe
Kunewa are still in Honolulu on the
Grand Hotel case. Mr. Petihallow
was called to the city on the same
business, but returned a few days ago.
Atiorney I.onin Andrews will be
expected over to attend the term of
the Circuit Court. He has two or
three cases on the calendar, one of
which has already hung fire for some
time. Doing unable to get to the battle
front in France, Abel Kapiko, of Wai
luku, began the week by beating up
Irs wife. On Monday Judge McKay
gave him two months in which to
change his war plans for the future.
An assumpsit su;t filed Monday in
the Circuit Court is entitled Iao
Stables, Lid., vs. Jack Kendall, with
the Hugh Howell Engineering Co., as
garnishees. Tho amount involved is
Harry M. Gessner, Alfred G. Martin
sen and August Raymond, of W'ailuku,
went shark fishing Saturday night
and Sunday. Off Napili they caught
a shark measuring twelve feet in
length. Don't believe il? Well, ask
The Makawao Choral Society re
sumed practice Friday evening, after
the Summer vacation. It is hoped to
get all of the young people in that
section into the organization. An
nieriainment will be given shortly.
Harry Washburn Baldwin is director
of the Society.
C. 11. COOKIi, ru-e-l'nsUsnt CEO. K. CARTER, 2nd Vice-President
11. 11. WALKER, Aissistant Treasurer S. C. WILDER, Secretary
E. C. A T11ERTOX, Director
The Makawao Ladies' Aid Socioly
met nl the D. ('. Lindsay residence
Tuesday afternoon and made final ar
rangements for the bazaar to be held
in l'aia Community House October
1?7. The usual plans have been some
what modified on account of war con
ditions. The Hoard of Agriculture anx
Forestry, division of forestry, has
just issued Hotanical Hulletin No. 1,
by Joseph F. Rock, consulting botan
ist, on the subject "The Ohia Lehua
Trees of Hawaii." It is written iu
nn interesting way and is prolusti:
President Chillingworth, of the
Senate, will probably name the fol
lowing to represent the senate on the
committee to receive the visiting
Congressmen: Ii. W". Shingle, for
Oahu; Harry Haldwin, Maui; Robert
Hind, Hawaii; and J. II. Coney, Kauai.
The House committee will bo nn
nounced by Speaker llolstoin later.
The annual P.azaar of Ihe Woman's
Guild of the Church of the Good
Shepherd will be held on Saturday,
October "nth, at, the Gymnasium, Wai
luku. The evening's entertainment
w ll open with a musical program un
der the direction of Mrs. J. C. ViJIiers.
A fine assortment of fancy articles,
plants, candy, etc., will be on sale, al
so grabs for the children. Later in
the eveirng there will be dancing.
Kaunakakai school, on the island of
Mol-il ai. will take up vocational work
in carpentering this term, the instruc
tion to be directed by David Kai.
Government physicians have this
week been vaccinating the children
in Hie schools of the island and mak
ing sairlaiy suiveys. The work will
be com inued t"xi wi ok.
Supervising i riqaipal G. S. Ra
moiid and oai ion; 1 Instructor How
man took a long swing over to Ma
kena on Tuesday, going by way of
Colonel (of a very gallant Colonial
regiment) "Now, boys, here's the
English general coming to inspect
you. Keep steady, no spitting, and,
for heaven's sake, don't call me Alt!"
"Oh, no," soliloquized Johnny bitter
ly; "there ain't any favorites in this
family! Oh, no! If I bite my finger
na:ls I get a rap over the knuckles,
lKit if the baby eats his whole foot
they think it's cute." Ladies Home
.MI persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba Heans, gathered or
picked tp in the premises or pastures
cf the H. C. & S. Co. without duo
authority from the said company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
II. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. HALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
Vo Whom It May Concern:
The undersigned hereby gives
i otice that ho has purchased the tin
smith and bicycle business of S. Kuwa
1 ara, on Market Street, in W'ailuku.
All bills against the said business
must be presented within thirty days.
All outstanding bills are payable to the
(Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5.)
Hatson Navigation Co,
I9S7 Passenger Schedule
Wilhelmina .. . Tue Jun 19 Tue Jun 26 j Tun July 3 Tue July 10
M:mi i Thu Jun 28 Wed July 4 Wed July 11 Tue July 17
Manoa i I Tue July 3 Tue Julv Hi Tun July 17 Tue July 24
Matsonla 4(i Thu July 12 W'ed July 18 W ed July 25 Tue July 31
Wilhelmina .. . 97 Tue July 17 jTue July 24 ' Tue July 31 Tue Aug
Maui 5 Thu July 26, Wed Aug 1 Wed Aug 8 Tuo Aug 14
Manoa 45 Tuo July 31 Tue Aug 7 . Tue Aug 14 Tue Aug 21
Matsonla 47 Thu Aug 9 Wed Aug 13 W'ed Aug 22 Tue Aug 28
Wilhelmina .. . js Tue Aug 14 Tue Aug 21 Tue Aug 28 Tue Sept 4
Maui ti Thu Aug 23 j Wed Aug 29 Wed Sept 5 Tue Sept 11
Manoa lj Tue Aug 28 jTue Sept 4 Tue Sept 11 Tue Sept 18
Matsonia is Thu Sept G Iw'ed Sept 12 Wed Sept 19 Tue Sept 25
Wilhelmina .. . )i Tue Sept 11 jTue Sept 18 ,'rue Sept 25 Tue Oct 2
Maui i 7 Thu Sept 20 ' Wed Sept 20 I Wed Oct 3 Tue Oct 9
Manoa 47 Tue Sept 25 Tue Oct 2 I Tue Oct 9 Tue Oct 16
Matsonia 49 Thu Oct 4 i Wed Oct 10 Wed Oct 17 Tue Oct 23
Wilhelmina . . . I (Ml Tuo Oct 9 Tue Oct 16 Tue Oct 23 Tue Oct 30
Maui ! S Thu Oct 18 Wed Oct2i Wed Oct 31 Tue Not 6
Manoa j IS Tue Oct 23 , Tue Oct 30 Tue Nov 6 Tuo Nov 13
Matsonia j 50 Thu Nov 1 Wed Nov 7 Wed Nov 14 Tue Nov 20
Wilhelmina .. . 101 Tue Nov 6 jTue Nov 13 jTue Nov 20 Tue Nov 27
Maui ! it Thu Nov 15 W'ed Nov 21 W'ed Nov 28 Tue Dec 4
Manoa 4!) Tue Nov 20 Tue Nov 27 Tue Dec 4 Tue Dec 11
Matsonia 51 Thu Nov 29 Wed Dec 5 Wed Dec 12 Tuo Dec 18
Wilhelmina 102 Tue Dec 4 Tue Dec 11 Tue Dec 18 Tue Dec 25
Maui 10 Thu Dec 13 Wed Dec 19 1 Wed Dec 26 Tue Jan 1
Manoa 50 Tue Dec 18 Tue Dec 25 Tue Jan 1 Tue Jan 8
Matsonia ! 52 Thu Dec 27 , Wed Jan 2 ! Wed Jan 9 Tue Jan 15
I I I
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tli following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
7 5 S :
5 33 3 3o t 25 s 42 6 35
5 23 3 20 1 158 30 6 25
12.0 A.. ..L
h" Spreclc- "A
8.4 A" elsville "h
L" Ilmita- "A
3.4 "kuapoko "j
I 1 .. Pauwela ..
o L.. Haiku ..A
5 203 17 8 27
5 '3 07; ,s '7
S 9 3 5 8 '5
J 00 2 55; 8 05!
52 53 03
4 52 47! 7 57
4 5i 2 46, 7 56,.
4 45 2 4o l 5"
4 44'- 39j 7 49
4 40.2 35I i7 45!-
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
0.L!Z CTITIONS ZI'Z""
Passetgtr 1 PassiiM Biitiici ,"U'1'J litUtci Pitmitr P.utt
Z " " lMlllL..Kahului..A -Mi'l M !LM
2 50 6 00 .0 !A..ruuneiie..L 2.5 I H 3 15
3 00 t 10 2.5 0 li 3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. ni., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE KATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Tassenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 3, or inquire at any of the Depots.
THE LIVE AUCTION ER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
P M P M
8 50 1 30 3 35
6 50 9 00:1 40 3 45
6 52 1 42 3 47
7 02 ;i 523 57
1 53 3 58
2 05 4 10
2 07(4 12
2 14 4 19
2 15 4 20
2 23 4 28
2 25(4 3
a 3M J5
A'. D. AXDERSOX, Director
C. II. AT1IERTOX, Director