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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918.
For Maui Lots
Announcement was made from the
territorial land office Tuesday of the
results of Monday's drawings for
homestead lots in the Waiakoa and
Alae homesteads, Series 3 and 4, Ma'
kawao, Kula, Maui. Section of the
lots will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday,
March 23, 1918. Drawings were as
Joe Soares Mcdelros, Nicholas Mo-
niz, Frank de Cambra, Minnie Abreu
Manuel Gregulho, Jr., Ernest J. Mor
ton, Manuel G. Rodrigues, Joseph G
Anjo, Mrs. Pokinl Robinson, Kanoho
John Silva Rodrigues, Antone Gar
da Sam Kailewa, Jr., Jack Hanamai
kal, Marin P. Camacho, Frank Mor
reira, Antone Tavares, Frank Fer-
nandes, M. S. Depontc, Carrie L. Pin-
heiro, Manuel G. Anjo, Joe Moniz Ta
vares. John Boteilho, Buntaro Yoshihara,
Henry Wilhelm, Joe M. Tires, Daniel
Pinheiro, Jr., John Gomes. Joe Fontes,
Clarence C. Campbell, Moses Kauhi
mahu. Isabel Pinheira, Joseph R. Coelho,
Jr., Antone Silva, Joe De Coito, Chas,
S. Miner, Louis Rodrigues, Waiwaiole
Manoa, Frank Franco, Manuel Per-
reira, Bibiana Paulo Moniz, Edward
Philip Kamakau, Mrs. Mary Ann Tay
Henry Miner, Carolina Calahorrudo,
Gabriel Rodrigues, H. Y. Church, Al
fred D. Furtado, Frank M. Tavares,
Sam Sniffen, Jr., Manuel G. Taschoal,
Chas. A. Puck, John A. Robinson, Car
los R. Souza.
Moses M. Kahlapo, Mrs. Maria C.
Silva, Antone do Rego, John Makahio,
Ahuna Waikoloa, Phillip Kalalani, Jr.,
' Takeshi Isobe, Rose Takeyo Okamura,
Frank Fernandes Jardin, George Nu-
ncs Calasa, Joe Nunes de Cambra.
Russel Newton (rejected), Antone
Boteilho, Frank Freitas, Christina
Silva, Frank Coelho, John Aruda, Mrs.
Virginia Mathias, Manuel Marques
Gomes, Manuel M. Morreira, Manta
Joseph M. Ambrose, Frank Vascon
celloa, Jr., Frank Rodrigues, Manuel
F. Tavares, Peter Davis, Wong Ah
Chong, Mrs. Mary Ann Smith, Rose
Souza, Carrie Franco, Manuel Gomes,
Joseph Gonzales Costa, Antone. Moniz
Marcellino N. Calasa, Louis Pin
heira, Antone Cambra, J. M. Tavares,
Shisujl Haramoto, Lee Tai Chun, D.
K. Kapiioho, John M. Tavares, Mrs.
Louisa Fevella, Ching Tuck Yau.
James Buchanan Thomson, Joseph
B. Wilson, J. B. Medeiros, Jr., Lee
Lin Sal, Chas. Akina, Alfred Ferreira,
Ito Yoshihara, Maria C. Rodrigues,
Manuel Ambrose, John Ferreira,
Henry Long, Domingos Coelho, Louis
Kaai Fernandez, Alfred Kwai Ting.
RED CROSS ITEMS
A meeting of the officers and heads
of units and committees of the Maui
Auxiliary was held in the Kahului
Red Cross rooms Tuesday afternoon
for a general discussion of various
miitters pertaining to the work.
The Kahului rooms are being en
larged, shelves added and room being
niado for the gauze cutter which ar
rived last week. All surgical dress
ings will be prepared in Kahului as
soon as the cutter is in working or
der. A telephone has been put in.
Mrs. James Thomson is now holding
regular office hours at the Kahului
rooms and is in, general charge of
giving out and receiving work, pack-,
Wailuku Unit This unit turned out
the following amount of work in Feb
ruary: Hospital Supplies:
Pajamas 70 suits.
Under drawers 65 pairs.
Bed shirts 10
Bed socks 49 pairs.
Wash cloths 27
Surgical supplies . . . 8270
Knitted articles 32
Mr. James Mitchell has resigned as
principal of the Keanae School.
The public school pupils are re
quested to collect tin and lead foil
for the Red Cross. The foil should
be flat and in layers. The supervis
ing principal will collect it from
schools and take it to the Red Cross
headquarters at Kahului. A record
will be kept of the collections from
each school. Pupils should be warn
ed not to make purchases simply to
obtain the foil, as they did at one
school where children bought chewing
gum to obtain this foil.
The postage stamps collected by
the children have no value and teach
ers should inform their pupils that
stamps are not needed to aid Belgian
children. At one school a pupil
bought stamps at the postofflce to add
to the school collection. It was un
fortunate that such misinformation
reached the pupils. All effort, how
ever, should be made to collect tne
foil that has value.
The local Red Cross officials Inform
the BUDervisine principal that teach
ers can obtain work for their pupils
from local representatives of the or
eanization. Samples of work and the
material can be obtained by any
school offering to do the work. Pub
lic schools meeting the requirements
Should affiliate with the junior Red
Airnvi At 'ho Oueen'a Hosoltal.
Honolulu, March 7, 1918. Mrs. Paul
Akona, of Keauhou, near liaieicaui
la Street, married, a native of WTai
hee, Maui, aged thirty-nine years.
Buried m Mamma cemetery.
Mr. Watt's Report
Of Maui Conditions
The following are extracts from the
latest available report of County
Agent Watt on conditions here:
. In company with Mr. John Watt,
investigator for U. S. Food Adminis
tiqn, went to Puuncne where a con
ference was had with Mr. F. F. Bald
win and Mr. B. Williams on work be
ing done on lines of food conserva
tion and home production on the plan
tation. Work here is hindered by scarcity
of water. Much is being done by the
plantation in avoiding importation of
feed for mules, cattle and hogs. In
case of emergency, this plantation
could become independent along these
Maul Agricultural Company
Splendid alfalfa growing here.
Took Mr. Watt over the corn plant
ings and hog raising project. Work
going on finely here.
Lahaina and Lahainaluna
Gardens and Yuba cane plantings
looking good. At the school they are
having great success with chickens.
Fish scarce and prices high in La
Work on smnll farms well under
way for the 1918 crops. Saida re
ports bean crop nearly all disposed of
and a heavy crop of beans for next
Land ready to plant corn as soon as
the weather will permit. Rain has
damaged crops considerably here.
Talked over new regulations for
bakers and fishermen. All are anxi
ous to follow the regulations but
many do not understand Just what is
required of them.
In Wailuku and Kahului all show
ing great interest in new gardens
Mr. Moore, Homesteader
Wants to push work on egg preser
vation. Doing good work and his ef
forts will be appreciated by those
who wish to protect themselves
against the fall high prices for eggs.
Liquid water glass is being used by
many people here, and it proves very
Grove Ranch Corn Mill
Work on new corn-mill and drier
progressing rapidly. Large amount of
Maui cornmeal will be put upon the
market when this mill is completed
and new corn crop is harvested.
Heavy rains and wind will cause a
loss of much corn that was in fine
condtiion before the storm.
Dr. Baldwin reports damage Dy
Kona storm not so great as was first
Dairy cattle and pigs fed upon home
grown alfalfa and corn.
In the presence of a limited number
of intimate friends, A. E. Hale and
Mrs. Ethel V. Reid were married at
two o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
Christian Church, the ceremony being
performed by Rev. David Carey Pe
ters, minister of the church. Mr. and
Mrs. Hale left at five o'clock yester
day evening in the Claudine for Maui,
where they will spend their honey
moon. On their return to the city
the couple will make their home
here. Mr. Hale is an automobile
salesman for the von Hamm-Young
Company. Advertiser (Honolulu.)
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Hawaiian Islands Maui Island
North Coast Kahului Harbor
Spartan Reef, Bell Buoy, 1, heretofore
reported off its station, wa3 replace
March 7, 1918.
C. & G. S. Charts 4105, 4116.
Buoy List, 19th District, 1917, p. 12.
By order of the Commissioner of
A. E. ARLEDGE,
Inspector, 19th Lighthouse Dist.
NEW MINISTER TO U. S.
FROM THE NETHERLANDS
August Phillips, new minister from
the Netherlands to the United States.
He was accompanied to Washington
by Mrs. Phillips, their four grown
daughters and a son.
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Final Sessions Of
The County Fathers
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ing of the rock crushing plant, be re
ferred to the chairman.
No. 305, School Requisitions.
It was moved by Mr. Uahlnul, sec
onded by Mr. Cockett, that all school
repairs be referred to the district
overseers and the supplies be referr
ed to the county engineer. Carried.
The communication was then filed.
No. 321, Mr. Elmer Brown, re the
keeping of his goats on school prem
ises. It was moved by Mr. Fleming, sec
onded by Mr. Cockett and carried,
that Mr. Brown be allowed to keep
his goats providing they are kept in
the barn lot and that he be responsi
ble for all damage done by the goats.
No. 311, D. C. Lindsay, re the un
sanitary condition of the Pauwela
school teachers' cottage, read and fil
ed. No. 319, C. D. Lufkin, re the bonds
for the Olinda reservoir, placed on
No. 320, of Honolulu Iron Works,
ro the penalty of failure to deliver
certain pipes on contract time.
The clerk was instructed to write
to the Honolulu Iron Works and tell
them that the board does not see its
way clear to waive the liquidation of
damage in so far as it would estab
lish a precedent that would be in
jurious to the county in similar con
tracts in the future.
No. 323 A. W. Furtado.
Mr. Fleming moved that the coun
ty guarantee to Mr. Furtado that it
will stand one third of the expenses
of making the fill which he refers to,
but not exceeding $250.00. Seconded
by Mr. Cockett and carried.
The clerk was instructed to notify
Mr. Furtado of the action of the
board in regard to tho above matter.
The communication was then ordered
placed on file.
The clerk was instructed to pur
chase two flags for the Lahaina court
house; a post flag and a storm flag.
Mr. Fleming stated that Mr. Riven-
burgh made a statement to him, re
the acquisition of property for Lahai
na school buildings, whereby he
would not give the board a piece of
Hawaii Meat Co..
Sole Distributors for the Territory
the Kealaka property for school pur
poses on the ground that all school
premises In Lahaina should be conti
guous and in his opinion the only
thing to do was to acquire by pur
chase for the continuation of a strip
of land to the south, adjoining the
south side of the present school lot
large enough for the erection of all
buildings likely to be erected within
a few years time.
Meeting called to order at 11:45 a.
m., Chairman S. E. Kalama presiding.
Members present: Kalama, Flem
ing, Cockett and Uahinui. Absent
Minutes of meeting of the previous
day were read and approved.
Mr. D. C. Lindsay, school commis
sioner, and Mr. Raymond, supervis
ing principal of schools, being pres
ent, the board took up the matter of
acquiring land at Lahaina for school
purposes, and after some discussion
had, Ihe following resolution was pre
sented by Mr. Fleming, seconded by
Mr. Uahinui and adopted:
"Be It Resolved by the Board of
Supervisors, that the Commissioner
of Public Lands be asked to request
the Superintendent of Public Works
to acquire by purchase or condemna
tion proceedings if necessary, a strip
of approximately 150 ft., in width on
the Olowalu side of the Lahaina
school lot, extending from Main
Street to the beach, for the purpose
of providing room for additional
school buildings and cottages and
The clerk was Instructed to forward
a copy of this resolution to Mr. Kin
ney." Mr. Lindsay requested the board to
allow tho Lahainaluna school the use
of the county crushing outfit.
Mr. Fleming moved that the Lahai
naluna school be allowed the use of
the county crushing outfit providing
they return it in good condition; sec
onded by Mr. Uahinui and carried.
The clerk was instructed to notify
the district overseer of Lahaina of
the action of the Board.
Tho meeting adjourned at 12:10.
FHGEONS FOR SALE
CARNEAUX and HOMER PIGEONS
$2.00 per pair.
F. F. ATKINS,
3355 Maunaloa Ave., Kalmuki,
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Das And Exemption
Sarangadhar Dns, chemist for the
Maui Agricultural Company, Paia,
Maui, who was summoned to San
Francisco as a witness in the Hindu
plot trial, has been placed in Class
1 I by the district exemption board,
following an appeal made in his case
by the government.
Dns claimed 4 A and was classed
there, but owing to the fact that he
had married since May 18, 1917, the
government appealed his case and the
appeal was sustained. On agricultur
al grounds Das claimed 3 J, necessary
in an agricultural enterprise. The
Maui board recommended that this
be denied, but the district board vot
ed to allow it, holding him to be a
"CHIMES OF NORMANDY"
WILL BE PRESENTED BY THE
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND COSTUMES FROM SAN
PAIA COMMUNITY HOUSE
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 16th., 8 O'CLOCK.
ADULTS, $1.00 :: :: :: CHILDREN, 500
Buy your tickets now and help some boy to win the $5 U. S. war
saving stamp offered as a prize for the one selling the most tickets.
The following have entered the contest so far: Margaret Sloggett,
Lucy Baldwin, William Montcastle, Walter Walker, Seveth Boyuni and
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CJRCUIT
In the matter of the estate of Vic
toria Meyer late of Kalac, Molokai;
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of Victoria Meyer, late of Kalae,
Molokai, to present the same to tho
undersigned, who is the administra
tor of said estate at Kalae, Molokai,
County of Maul, T. H., within six
months from date of first publication
of this notice, or payment thereof will
be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, this 28
day of February, 1918.
Administrator of the estate of
(Feb. 22. March 1, 8, 15.)