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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 19i7.
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made at the July 1914 meeting with
reference to testing of scales, ' etc.,
was read and filed.
No. 217 of the Secretary of the Maul
Loan Fund Coinmisson relative to the
matter of calling for bids for lining
of the Olinda Reservoir, was read and
No. 218 also of the secretary of the
Maul Loan Fund Commission, request
ing that the Commission be allowed
free use of water for lining the Olinda
Reservoir and for the contractor's
It was moved by Mr. Cockelt, that
the request of the secretary of the
Loan Fund Commission for free use
of water, as per, his Communication
No. 219, be granted. Motion second
ed by Mr. Fleming and carried. Clerk
Instructed to notify the Loan Fund
Commission of this action of the
No. 222 of Clement Crowell, Sheriff,
asking for the approval of his appoint
ment of Manuel S. Deponte as Depu
ty Sheriff of Makawao, was read.
It was moved by Mr. Cockett,
seconded by Mr. Uahinui, that the
Board of Supervisors confirm the ap
pointment made by the Sheriff of
Manuel S. Deponte as Deputy Sheriff
of Makawao. Motion carried.
No. 223 of D. C. Lindsay re bond of
Manuel S. Deponte, as Deputy Sheriff
of Makawao, was read and filed;
referred to the County Attorney for
No.. 225 of the County Attorney was
read, and upon motion made by Mr.
Fleming, seconded by Mr. Cockett,
and carried, the County Attorney was
allowed leave of absence for two
weeks to attend the encampment of
the National Guard.
No. 227 of the County Auditor, re
County Warrant for $21,000.00 for
warded by the Territorial Treasurer,
was read, and It was moved by Mr.
Fleming, seconded by Mr. Cockett
that the Clerk be instructed to ac
knowledge receipt of Communication
No. 227 of the County Auditor and in
form him to place the said sum of
f21.000.00 in the County Treasury as
a County realization. Motion carried.
No. 141 of the District of Lahaina
was read, and subject matter of the
report relative to services of Louis
Sylva In laying drain through, the
swamps through the Gibson Estate
and Bishop Lot was referred to Super
visor Fleming to take up with Mr.
Mr Fleming moved that the ap
pointments made by the Sheriff of
Henry WUhelm, as captain of police
for the District of Makawao, Peter
Davis, as jailor, Makawao ,and Moses
Kauhaahaa as police officer for La
haina be approved. Motion seconded
by Mr. Cockett and carried.
Mr. Uahinui moved that the district
overseer of Molokai be requested to
tear down the partition in the old
school house at Kaluaaha, and to
transfer a few small desks from the
new school to the old and a few large
desks from the old school to the new.
Motion seconded by Mr. Cockett and
Guard Camps At
Kahului And Lahaina
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ceeding, upon arrival to Aala park.
Company F will have 136 men and
the hospital detachment of 24 men.
Companies G and H will have 119
men each. The total strength of the
battalion will be 528 men, plus such
as may find It possible, between now
and Sunday, to get away.
Major Young being at the training
camp on Oahu, the battalion will be
taken to the city by Captain H. Robin
Bon. The following reserve officers
have also been called to join their
companies and, except for such as
may be excused, will go: Captain
G. II. Cummings, Captain P. V. Al
ston, and Second Lleuts. E. R. Bevins,
W. P. Peters, Cockett and G. Murray.
First Lieutenant W. Chillingworth
has been placed on the active list and
made battalion adjutant and supply
Sergeant Geo. S. Raymond received
notice yesterday of his appointment
to be second lieutenant, and has been
assigned to Company F, Wailuku. He
will accompany the Wailuku contin
gent to Honolulu.
Second Lieutenants F. Robinson
and G. Bechert will bo on duty with
the Paia and Lahaina companies, re
WEIGHT In Wailuku, November 5,
1917, to Mr. and Mrs. George Wil
liam Weight, of Keanae, a daughter.
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their rounds by quite a few Islands
people, but no line can now be had
on how many or whom. The follow
ing is a list of the Washington visitors,
very nearly, if not nil, of whom, will
Senators Henry F. Ashurst of Arizo
na, Henry L. Myers of Montana, Wil
inm King of Utah, Miles Toindcxter of
Washington and William H. Thomp
son of Kansas.
Representatives Bland, Indiana;
Geo. M. Bowers, West Virginia; Jas.
1'. Buchanan, Texas; John A. Elston,
California; Win. II. Carter, Massachu
setts; Thomas Gallagher, Illinois;
Goodnll, Maine; Wm. Gordon. Ohio:
E. Lundeen, Minnesota; Jas. C. Mc
Laughlin, Michigan; Jas. V. McClin
tic, Oklahoma; Chns. A. Nichols,
Michigan; Edmund Piatt, New York;
Chas. F. Rcavip, Nebraska; Henry W.
Temple, Pennsylvania; Allen T.
Treadway, Massachusetts; Benjamin
F. Welty, Ohio.
In addition there will be Angus
Erly, secretary to Delegate Kuhio,
who is in charge of the nartv. and
Wm. Hoss, of the United States de
partment of agriculture.
To Get Large Bonus
Plantation labor will this year get
a bonus of 78 percent, which is much
the largest ever paid. Royal D. Mead,
director of the Hawaiian Sugar Plant
ers' Bureau of Labor and Statistics,
has worked out the bonus and has Is
sued the following announcement re
"The average of the daily New
York market price for 96 deg. centri
fugal sugar, duty paid, for the year
ending October 31, 1917, was 6.098
cents per pound or $121.96 per. ton.
"At $121 per. ton the bonus to plan
tation laborers would be 76.5 per cent.
At $122 per. ton the bonus rate would
be 78 per. cent.
"A bonus of 78 per. cent has there
fore been determined. It will be pay
able to the laborers on the plantations
of Oahu and Hawaii in November and
on Kauai and Maui in December.
"The wage and bonus questions will
be considered at the annual meeting
of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' asso
ciation to be held December third."
The nonus record since the system
was established is as follows:
Ten months to October 31, 1912, 13
Year ending October 31, 1913, 1 per.
Year ending October 31, 1914, 5 per.
Year ending October 31, 1915, 20
Year ending October 31, 1916 (aver
age) 52.95 per. cent.
May Play On Oahu
Maui will have a number of baseball
players in the National Guard camp
on Oahu, and, according to reports
arriving here from Honolulu, they are
liable to run into a challenge at once
upon arrival there. Of the matter, a
Honolulu paper says:
Tlans have already been made for
sports for the coming encampment of
the National Guard of Hawaii. The
life of the camp will probably be too
short for a variety of sports and base
ball will naturally be the one game to
"Bill Inman has already organized
the Machine Gun Company team and
Is out with a defy to meet the teams
of the guard from the outside islands
during their stay on Oahu.
"Here is the list of players Inman
has signed up:
"Wads worth of Punahou, catcher;
Bill Inman, pitcher; Bill Janssen, first
base; Chinito Moriyama, second base;
Swan, third base; Joe Kauhi, short
stop; "Haole" Sumner, left field; Bill
Paty, center field, and "Blue" Fraser,
right field. Inman's list has still a
bunch of other men.
"This looks like a formidable aggre
gation. Maul will probably have a
good team and so will Hawaii. Kauai
may also come through with a nine.'
(Alfred Wads worth, of Punahou, is
a Wailuku boy.)
Red Cress units can be found at
work nearly every day in the week in
le various districts of Maui. On
onday at Paia and Kahului. on Wed
nesday at Wailuku, on Thursday at
Haiku, on Friday at Kahului, Puunene,
ailuku and Kula and on Saturday
Puunene Unit reports an average
attendance of fifteen women, a good
amount of work accomplished, and a
growing Interest (on the outside
among the laboring classes) In the
As all roller bandages are to be
made in the future at the factories,
Kahului Unit is to discontinue mak
ing them and make other bandages
The work at the schools is oro-
gressing well. Hamakuapoko Kinder
garten children turned in a number
of pillows last week. The work from
other schools is coming in by degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Krauss and
family, of Haiku, were in Lahaina on
Sunday, the guests of Mr. Howell
and his mother.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued in Wailuku district
since last report:
Frank Aldonius, Keahua, 22; Bella
Crahorudo, Keahua, 17.
Joseph Calahorrudo, Keahua, 55
Dolores Alburez, Keahua, 50.
Joseph Akina, Kahului, 21; Mary
Wing Hee, Kahului, 21.
RED CROSS ITEMS
Mrs. Gossi.n, of Baldwin House,
spent the week end with Mrs. Robert
son, at Honolua.
Mrs. Annie Howell went over to
Kahului on Saturday to attend the
meeting on Food Conservation, which
was held in the Community House
Mr. Uahinui, the Molokai member
of the Board of Supervisors, was in
Lahaina on Wednesday.
Notes Of The Schools
Maui teachers will be interested to
know that Mr. Kinney, superintend
ent of education, was a passenger
aboard the Tenyo Maru when that
steamer was wrecked near Japan a
few days ago. He was coming home
on the Tenyo. Mr. Kinney had quite
an exciting experience, but landed
safely in Japan. Just when he will
now be able to get home is not
definitely known, but It will probably
not be before early In December.
Supervising Principal Raymond has
been promoted to a first lieutenancy
in the National Guard and as a penalty
for the honor has been ordered to go
with the Wailuku company, leaving
Sunday afternoon, to the training
camp on Oahu. He expects to be re
lieved on November 29 and to be back
here just in time to attend the teach
The completed program for the
teachers' convention will be ready in
a day or two.
Miss Annie Ching, af the Lahaina,
school has been granted a month's
'.:ave of absence. It will be remem
bered that Miss Ching lost her mother
a short tijne ago.
A. f . Perrtera, vocational Instructor
of Paia, and Joseph Cravalho, princi
pal of the Kealeku school, were both
among tho first drawn In the selec
tive draft and it is quite possible that
they may be leaving shortly for some
training camp somewhere.
Tabu On Coast
Manager Walsh, of the Kahului
Store, has received advices through
Alexander & Baldwin that a tabu has
been placed on shipments In car lots
from eastern points to the Pacific
coast and Hawaii. This, Mr. Walsh
figures, will be of benefit as It will
have the effect of relieving the con
gestion at San Francisco.
Mr. Walsh has also received advices
that it is impossible to obtain a satis
factory offer for Maui beans on the
coast, the quotation over there be'ng
around 7 cents, and if weevily they
were liable to be condemned by the
authorities. From this information it
seems doubtful that glowers will be
able to vet the same prices as last
Catholic Ladies' Fair
LODGE MAUI, NO. 884, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting; brethren are cordially In
Tittd to attend.
H. K. DUNCAN. R. W. M.
W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Riatson Navigation Co.
1917 Passenger Schedule 1917
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Matsonla . ...
Matsonla . . ,
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knighta of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. C. RATTRAY. C. C.
J. H. PRATT, K. R ft S.
Manoa . ..
FOR CAKE MAKING
F ' r -) r ' - ' -i i- 't .- 'i c ' - w 'r? -4 r - v vr r "
THE HOME OF THE
Stcinwey nd Starr
The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society
will hold a bazaar in the gymnasium,
Wuiluku, on the afternoon and even
ing of Saturday, December 1. In the
afternoon the program will be largely
for children, while the bazaar features
will take up the early evening, to be
followed by a dance.
The Soft Answer
"How much are your four-dollar
shoes?" asked the smart one.
"Two dollars a foot," replied the
salesman, wearily. Judge.
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd
V - . 3 vV- . . - , '. v v' . ' J '..H.'-.M; Jr.
K. MACHIDA Drugstore
The Beet In Town
And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain
Give Ue a Trial
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU,
Better start your Xmas buy
ing earlier than usual this
year, as deliveries may be de
layed by transportation dif
ficulties. Honolulu pboto Supply
Manoa . ..
Manoa . . .
Matsonla. . .
Tue Jun 19 Tue Jun 26 Tue July 3 Tue July 10
Thu Jun 28
Tue July 3
Thu July 12
Tue July 17
Thu July 26
Tue July 31
Thu Aug 9
Tue Aug 14
Thu Aug 23
Tue Aug 28
Thu Sept 6
Tue Sept 11
Thu Sept 20
Tue Sept 25
Thu Oct 4
Tuo Oct 9
Wed July 4
Tuo July 10
Wed July 18
Tue July 24
Wed Aug 1
Tuo Aug 7
Wed Aug 15
Tuo Aug 21
Wed Aug 29
Tuo Sept 4
Wed Sept 12
Tue Sept 18
Wed Sept 26
Tue Oct 2
Wed Oct 10
Tue Oct 16
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Tue Oct 23
Thu Nov 1
Tue Nov 6
Thu Nov 15
Tue Nov 20
Thu Nov 29
Tue Dec 4
Tue Oct 30
Wed Nov 7
Tuo Nov 13
Wed Nov 21
Tuo Nov 27
Wed Dec 5
Tuo Dec 11
Wed Dec 19
Tuo Dec 25
Wed Jan 2
Wed July 11
Tuo July 17
Wed July 25
Tue July 31
Wed Aug 8
Tue Aug 14
Wed Aug 22
Tuo Aug 28
Wed Sept 5
Tue Sept 11
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Tue Sept 25
Wed Oct 3
Tue Oct 9
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Tue Oct 23
Wed Oct 31
Tuo Nov 6
Wed Nov 14
Tuo Nov 20
Wed Nov 28
Tue Dec 4
Wed Dec 12
Tuo Dec 18
Wed Dec 26
Tue Jan 1
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Tue July 17
Tue July 24
Tue July Jl
Tue Aug T
Tue Aur 14
Tue Aug 31
Tue Aug IS
Tue Sept 4
Tue Sept 11
Tue Sept II
Tue Sept IS
Tue Oct S
Tue Oct 16
Tue Oct 13
Tue Oct 80
Sfime O able-" Dialiu ni i Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
33 3 3
5 J 47
4 Si a 46
4 45 4o
Distanc. 2 4 I 10
A M A M M P IS M
A. .Wailuku.. L 6 40 8 50 I 3 3 35 J Jl
L.. ..A 0 6 5 9 00 1 4o 3 45 3 4I
A L 3-3 65a 143347
L" Spreck- "A 7 02 l5' 3 57
a: ::l 69 703...... 153358
L.. ' ..A 9.8 7 15 054 10
-J? 7 7 a 07 4 "
L- Hama- "A 7 4 J 14 4 i
! "kuapoko "T 1 1. 9
A- -L 7 7 as a 15 4 ao
L.. ..A 7 33 a 43 4 a8
..Tauwela.. ,, 9
A .X. 7 35 5 4 30
L.. Haiku ..A 15.3 7 40 a 30 4 Jj
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
PissMfir Pinmif llttuci STATIONS uiutca fiunttr Ptmif
" -L..Kabulul..A- -M
2 50 6 00 . 0 A..ruunene.x 2.5 6 22 3 15
3 00 6 10 2.5. p 612 80B
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sunday.
at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES : 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 Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 3, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
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Cuyler Lee, Oakland
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