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THE MAUI NEWS, I'RIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918.
FOR THE FAIR
Harold Rice Tells 'Em That Maui
Will Be There In Strong
Not Easily Excited
(Since "D. C." was a boy there.)
PROBABLE SITE OF FUNCTION
(Special Fair Correspondence. )
Honolulu, February 6 Hearty sup
port and full cooperation for and In
the Territorial fair was promised to
the new chairman, George H. Angus
and to Commissioners Harold W. Rice
and A. It. Case at a meeting of the
fond i-niiunission this morning. The
food commission recognizes- as
potent factor the ability of the fair
to show what Hawaii is doing and
can do in food conservation and still
more important what the Islands are
doing and can do to make themselves
iir o nnnrlv Kplf Hiinnortine in food
production and the eliminating of
Murh eond work has been accom
tiiiuiio-i l.v Hip commissioners this
week. it was regretted that Com
missioner James Henderson was un
ulilo. hermise of his draft board duties
to be present but he sent in a prelim
inary report of what may be expect
ed from Hawaii that was quite satis
Thjia fnr Matii is the most enthusi
astic of all of (lie Islands on the Ter
ritorial fair. Harold W. Rice told of
ti,o iiliunflnniiient of the plans of the
Valley Island to hold a fair of its
own and of what may De expecieu hi
cvhihitH. His renort Indicated that
Maui will lead all of the other
islands in livestock and perhaps agri
culture, especially vegetables and
..ii vi,no nnp of his promises
was an exhibit of at least 100 head of
Actual committee work on this is
land will start tomorrow when the
committee on livestock organizes.
Among those on this committee is
Arthur H. Rice. Raymond C. Drown
will look after the uanu pouury pa
the committee in
elude L A. Henke, of The College of
Hawaii, Ralph Borden, superinten
dent of Kamahameha School, Dr. L.
C. Case and others.
While the site for the fair has not
as vet been definitely decided it lies
between two possibilities. One of
these, the capilol site has been men
tioned before, but- the changes in
that plan include the using of Alakea
and Richards, streets, between King
and Hotel streets, securing the use of
the von Hamm-Young garage and
part of the Laniakea grounds. The
garage is a full block in length, from
Alakea to Richards streets, and fif
ty feet in width. Other temporary
i...:u: ,iH i,o orprtpd over paths
and driveways in the mauka side of
the capitol grounds, mis sue wm
undoubtedly be used if the garage
The other site is the Irwin site for
the new federal building, two closed
streets and a part of the legislative
it would neces-
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sitate a large amount of building to
use these grounds.
m. nrrmnilu for exhibits deal
with the war. One is an exhibit by
the Y. M. C. A., showing the work
done by that organization back of the
... onH at ihp training camps
and the other is a Red Cross exhibit
Without doubt the food commissiou
...in in tYia sprnriner of ex-
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hibits and various war breads and
other substitutes may lie expeciru
to be shown.
With reorganization the main work
of the commission can now go ahead
but what each island will do must
depend on the energy displayed by
the various county commissioners.
Honolulu expects to lead in com
mercial exhibits, machinery and
kindred exhibits and in cut flowers.
Us exhibits of dogs, cats and pets
will also be large. So also will its
exhibits in Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A..
Red Cross work and kindred organi
zations be important.
Hawaii and Maui should have a
close race in livestock, but Oahu will
make them know they have competition.
Whatever else wemay hnow about
Scotland, we all know much about
Thrums, the town rescued from ob
scurity and immortalized by Barric.
One Charles Melvin of the burg was
recently awarded the Victoria cross,
but Thrums was quite calm about the
matter. The boy's mother did not
know of it until Informed by the news
nnner reporter. "Ye see," she said,
"he never tells me onything ' In his
letters, and onything I heard aboot
it was just n word through some o
Thrums, we are told, was even more
reticent. No flags were hung out, no
i.iia i-i.ro .riminded. and when Sir
James Barrie conveyed his congratu
lations by means of a telegram,
i-hriit, chunk its head at the awful
expense which might have been sav
ed bv a penny posicaru. in "
lamented that Barrie had become so
demonstrative, a sad consequence of
having lived so long in London. San
Many At Drawing Of Haleakala Homesteads
(Continued from Page One.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory or Hawaii
1002.00 Manuel Medeiros, Jr., Makawao.
974.00 W. F. Mangels, . Puunene.
1137.00 Mrs. Angus MacPhee, Pala.
1000.00 John Fernandes, Honolulu.
1054.00 John Kekahu, Klhel.
1061.00 Wfn. Tarn Sing, Makawao.
989.00 Mrs. Ida Tuck, Makawao.
972.00 John Pacheco, Makawao.
880.00 Mrs. Mary Kelii, Honolulu.
835.00 Enos Vincent, Walluku.
973.00 Miss Louisa Crastos, Makawao.
958.00 Thomas Holsteln, Walluku.
954.00 Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg, Walluku.
984.00 Mrs. A. C. Rothrock, Pala.
945.00 Demas Pacheco, Kihel.
952.00 Antone Medeiros Jordao, Makawao.
972.00 Miss Rose Ella Crook, Makawao.
861.00 Miss Mary Perelra, Jr., Makawao.
964.00 Joe Souza Botellho, Makawao.
995.00 Manuel R. Abreu, Makawao.
985.00 Manuel Souza, Makawao.
1000.00 John B. Abreu, Walluku.
,1026.00 Thos. F. Costa, Honolulu.
933.00 Sergio Tavares, Makawao.
987.00 Joe O. Freitas, Makawao.
848.00 Joe Santos Bras, Jr., Makawao.
were disqualified for legal reasons and sever
al cnra nni rrooont within tho first fortv tiumhprR. and others thinking
thv had nn rhntirp went home so that the last number to draw a lot
was 55, altho there were but 36 lots.
Lot 116 was withdrawn for a government experiment farm.
In the Matter of the Estate of Vic
toria Meyer, Deceased.
Pntitlnn rf TTpnrv Mpvpr fnr an-
pointment of himself as Administra
tor. it tq nnnrnm fhnt ThllradnV
the 21st. day of February, 1918, at
10 o'clock A. M. be and Is hereby ap
pointed for hearing said petition, at
the Court Room of this Court, In Wal
luku, Maul, Hawaii.
BY THE COURT,
T. B. LINTON, Clerk.
(Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8.)
Dr. Judd Would Use
Meat Of Wild Goats
Three weeks ago this paper point
ed out the possibilities in the use of
the meat of young goats lor
fnfwl nnrnoses. calling attention to
the fact that on Kahoolawe, Molokal
and sections of the larger islands
wild irnnls are so numerous as to be
a destructive pest. The suggestion
was taken up at Honolulu and is be
ing seriously considered by persons
acquainted with the situation, and on
Tuesday the following in relation to
the matter appeared in one of the
Dr. James R. Judd brought before
the Hawaiian Vigilance Corps today
ihe proposal that goat meat be made
r- staple source of food supply in the
islands, declaring that so far this has
been overlooked, but that it offers
great possibilities and that goat meat
T rr.i na mutton. The
IS HI lt-'nt n e."" - . - ,
executive committee will consider the
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK AT THE
Saturday, February 9th.
MATINEE at 3:15.
JAMIE WILDER in
"Knight Of The Square Table"
Boy Scout Feature.
Evening at 7:45.
MADAME PETROVA In
"The Law Of The Land"
And, "Mystery Of The Double Cros"
Monday, February 11th.
GREAT INTER-ISLAND TIRE
and every night this week.
William Fox Feature
GEO. WALSH in
"THE BOOK AGENT"
for nil riphtit and llnhilitlpft of such
co-partnership and may be severally
sued thereror, witnout me necessity
of joining the other members of the
nn-norlnordliln in nnv nrttnn nr Rtllt.
and shall also severally be liable up
on conviction to a penalty noi ex
ceeding five dollars for each and
every day while such defaut shall continue.
Office of the Treasurer, Territory of
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1917.
c. j. McCarthy,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
(Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory oi Hawaii
In the Matter of the Estate of Ichl
Tolitinn nf Tfnhpl Mllnili fnr KTt-
pointment of F. N. Lufkln as Ad
ministrator. IT IS ORDERED, that Thursday
the 21st. day of February, 1918, be and
la Tinrphv nnnnintpd for hearing said
petition, at the Court Room of this
Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii.
BY THE COURT,
T. B. LINTON, Clerk.
(Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 8.)
Sunday, February 10th.
ALICE JOYCE in
"THE QUESTION". Liberty.
Wednesday, February 13th.
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
"IN AGAIN OUT AGAIN"
"The Fighting Trail". "Pathe News"
Notice Relating To Filing Annual
Statement Of Co-Partnership.
ITndpr tlip rpnnlrpmpnts of and suh
lent tn tho nrnvialnna nf Chanter 189
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
as amended by Act 98 of the Session
Laws of 1917, notice is hereby given
tn nil flrmn tn eo-nartnershlD in the
I Torritnrv rf TTawnll tn flip In the office
of the Treasurer of the Territory noi
later than Mach 1, 1918, a statement
of co-partnership for the year ending
nwomhsr 31 1917 nn tilnnka to be
furnished by the Treasurer upon ap
Tho mpmhpra nf verv co-nartner
uhn nhn ahnll npplpc.t or fall tO Com
ply with the provisions of law, shall
severally and individually De nauie
FOR CAKE MAKING
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
Dinner parties given special
Death Of Mrs. Balls
Mr Hnrriet Maria Balls, wife of
William I. Balls, of Kahului, died at
11:55 Tuesday morning, the funeral
taking place from the cnurcn oi me
r.nnd Khpnherd at 3:30 Thursday af
ternoon. Deceased had many friends
all over Maui, by whom STie will be
Deceased was born March 9, 1Mb,
nivthpciinrniieh. Suffolk. England,
and was married to William Ingate
Rev. Mr. Villiers conducted the
funeral services. The pall-bearers
were: Wm. Walsh, J. J. waisu, .
h KMpld. H. McNicoll, Captain rant
er and D. C. Lindsay.
Ensten Puck May
Change His Work
Ensign Chas. A. Puck, of the Salva
tion Armv. will "farewell" at the Sal
vation Army hall. Wailuku, Sunday
pvpnlntr. he having decided to leave
the work with the "blood and fire"
hosts. His responsibility with the
Army will cease at tnat time.
i, u rwtnnd that the Ensign
will associate himself with important
settlement work on the lsiana, al
though he has had an offer to go with
the children's home in. Honolulu.
Weather On Maui
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BUY CUD AH Y
Dr. Maurice Joses, of Lahaina, who
has been in the naval reserve, has
received orders to report, next week,
at Pearl Harbor. Mrs. Joses expects
to leave for San Francisco about the
middle of the month.
For the month the total rainfall in
Wnilnku was 5.17 inches. The heav-
ipRt fall was on January 26, when 1.26
inches fell in four hours. Highest
temperature for month was 84 and
Mr. H. MeCubbin went to Honolulu
Friday evening, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. and Miss Cogswell, of Hono
i..n u.t.n, nvur t r thp Vnlpano on Sat-
lua, " ... j ' ' .w 1
urday evening's Mauna Kea, return
ing Monday evening.
Judge Perry and Mr. Olsen, attor
neys of Honolulu, were in umam
recently, looking into land business
for the Bishop estate.
Mr. Robert Judd and his sister.
Miss Gertrude Judd, of Wailuku,
siioke to the Lahainaluna students
The annual meeting of the stock
holders o fthe Keahua Ranch Com
pany, Ltd., will be held at the office
nf flip Coinnanv at Pala. Maui, on
Thursday February 28, 1918, at 2 p. m
1 I I jg
31 76 65 .00 N. E. P. C.
1 82 65 .00 N. E. Clear
2 80 58 .00 N. E. Clear
3 80 60 .00 N. E. Clear
4 79 60 .00 N. E. Clear
5 77 62 .00 N. E. Clear
6 81 66 .00 N. Clear
79 62 .00
THE HAIKU REPORT
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n fc S
31 71. 63 .41
1 75 65 .15
2 . 79 62 T.
3 78 60 .00
4 75 61 .00
5 76 63 .00
6 75 67 .06
For Sale at Leading Markets and Grocers
Hawaii Meat Co09 LtcL
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii.
J. MacLaren secretary.
(Feb. 8, 15, 22.)