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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918.
Six Young Gardeners
Will Go To Big Fair
(Continued from Page One.)
Fair and seeing the Bights of the
Girl Goes Too
Miss Margaret Cabral, of Hana,
who was one of the prize winners in
last year's contest, but who was un
able to make the Honolulu trip at the
Canadian Troops In A Trench In Northern France
J imo 3 able Jialiumi Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
'l'lt following schedule went into effect June -4th , ISM 3
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time, has been allowed by the commit
tee to take her prize nt this time. She
left on Wednesday by the Mauna Loa
accompanied by her sister. The ex
ecutive committee of the Fair Asso
ciation, at its meeting on Tuesday
afternoon, decided that, the young lady
was entitled to take her prize now,
and inasmuch as no other girls have
won lirst prizes, to permit her to go
to Honolulu at the Association's ex
pense accompanied by her sister.
Contest A Big Success
The children's gardens contest,
which is just closing, has been a big
success, and the committees which
did the final judging last week were
amazed at the extent of the interest
which has been taken in most of the
districts. In many places a great
many obstacles have been overcome
by tiie youthful agriculturists, and
the results accomplished in a number
of instances have been truly amaz
ing. As an example, Naoki Matsuda, of
the Haiku School, one of the first
prize winners, had created a remark
ably systematic garden in an old taro
patch below Pauwela. It was one of
the very best gardens that the judges
looked at, and besides this the boy's
record of his work was in itself a
.lames Lindsay, head of the Haiku
committee, states that another boy
had even a better chance that Naoki,
but had been obliged to abandon his
garden with the moving of the Pauwe
la caiyiery to Haiku.
Cchool Department Approves
The committee received a letter
from Superintendent Kinney, of the
school department, advising that
there would be no objection to the
prize winning boys being excused
from their studies to make the Hono
lulu trip, provided their school work
was satisfactory. It is understood
i hat in practically every case these
boys are among the best students in
Adult Garden Contest
The adults' garden contest, in
augurated for the first time this year,
was also brought to a close last week,
and the final judging done. The
prizes which will be paid in cash, and
amount to about $300 in all, have been
provided by the County Fair associa
tion and Dr. W. D. Baldwin, who has
taken a very special interest in gar
den work on Maui generally.
Reports from other districts than
Central Maui have not yet been re
The following articles were made
by the Lahaina Red Cross during the
month of May:
124 suits pajamas.
24 flannel shirts.
8 hot water bag covers.
otiOO 8 x 4 compresses.
84 5 yard, rolls.
3 pair socks.
1 pair wristlets.
A Nurse's Plans Change
Letters have been received from
Mrs. Charles V. Latimer, who, before
her marriage was MirsLoret a Shearer.
Miss Shearer was the head nurse, for
some months of the Pioneer planta
tion hospital. She left Lahaina in
February to go to France with the
Denver Red Cross Unit, hut her plans
changed! Her husband, Captain
Latimer of the signal Corps is at pres
ent stationed at Vancouver Barracks,
in the State of Washington.
The public is cordially invited to
the closing exercises of the Lahaina
luna School, which will be held on
Thursday, June 13, at 10 a. m.
Mrs fiossin. of Baldwin Home went
over to Kula on Sunday to spend two
or three weeks wittt Mrs. jones.
Urges Local Travel
Fred. L. Halton, secretary of the
Promotion Committee, gave an ex
exceedingly interesting illustrated
talk at the Paia Community House,
on Tuesday evening, which was heard
bv some 300 residents of central Maul
Wednesday evening he showed sev
eral reels of splendid new pictures of
the volcano, surf riding at Waikiki,
and scenes along the coast of the is
lands at the Wailuku Orpheuin, and
fascinated the audience. It is easy
to imagine that the same pictures
should create a sensation on the main
land. Last night Mr. Halton talked
The Promotion Committee is not
doing active work to bring tourists to
Hawaii at present owing to transpor
tation ditliculties, but it is keeping its
lines of communication open with
tourist agencies, and others against
the day when the war will be over
or more adequate shipping be avail
able. In the meantime Mr. Halton is
pushing a campaign of "See Hawaii
First" lor our own people. He states
that he has been able to get low rates
to teachers and others on all of the
islands, and the outlook for a very
considerable volume of this kind of
travel this summer is very good.
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This photograph shows a trench
that have made such a fine record for
Memorial Day Is Well
Observed At Maunaolu
The pupils of Maunaolu Seminary
last Thursday afternoon gave a patri
otic Memorial Day program.
Songs, recitations, exercises and
readings all brought home most fore-
ioiy me meaning ui .urnuiiwi
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and the necessities of the present
In respomo to the question "What
have you been doing this year to show
that you are loyal citizens," the fol
lowing list was given by the children:
Saving food, wheatless days, Thrift
Stamps, meatless days, Red Cross
work, war gardens, studying faith
fullv, War Saving Stamps, no waste
food or clothing, Belgian baby (they
sunnort a Belgian orphan), Letters
(thev wrote many letters home and
to friends telling of the need of con
servation and thrift).
The children voted to continue their
loyalty work during vacation.
The following urogram was given
by the pupils of Maunaolu Seminary:
Memorial Dav Program
Song "Star-Spangled Banner.
Why do we have a Memorial Day?
Eva Enamoto, Evangeline liaiston,
Song "Battle Hymn of the Republic"
Exercise "Memorial Day in ar
Esther Fearey, Lilinoe Rowland,
Rose Chun, Ellen Luke.
Song "America the Beautiliu
Memorial Day Fourth -.raue.
Reading "Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad
Recital "Hats off, the Flag is Passing
'The Blue and the Gray
Song "Keep the Home Fires Burn
Question What are you going to to
this summer to snow uiai j
Soing "America", 5 stanzas.
"God bless our spienuiu men,
Send them safe home again,
Cod save our men!
Happy and glorious
Dauntless and chivalrous
Winners of freedom,
God save our men."
LAND SUIT NOW
DECIDED FOR PLAINTIp r
MAY BE APPEALED
Tin it hunded down a decision
this week in the case of David K. Ka
llplte Tliihi and Kin Choy,
finding for the plaintiff. The court
holds the title or tne property m mu--tion
vests in the plaintiff, but that it
is subject to a leasehold interest of
the defendant Plaintiff is also to re
cover the sum of $642.80 as rental.
It is understood that the case will
Thw man was once before through
the courts, the decision of the circuit
court that time being for tne aeienu
.nij hut nn anneal to the supreme
court was remanded for trial. .
MRS. MOIR SUFFERS PAINFUL
INJURY AT LAHAINA WHARF
Mrs. John T. Moir, Jr., who arrived
with her husband on last Monday
night from Hilo, was painfully injured
when landing from the ship's boat at
Lahaina by having her hand caught
between the gunwale of the boat and
one of the stanchions of the wharf.
Her injury was later dressed at the
Malulani hospital in Wailuku. She
will probably lose a finger nail, but
her finger will be saved.
Earning Thrift Stamps by getting
subscribers to the MAUI NEWS is
easy and honorable. The boy or girl
who will work and stick to it can
earn War Savings Stamp Prizes.
in the northern part of France occupied by some of the Canadian troops
bravery and skillful fighting.
A Protective Policy
A colored recruit said he intended
to take out the full limit of Govern
ment insurance, $10,000. On being
told by a fellow noldier that he would
be foolish to pay on so much when
he was likely to be shot In the
trenches, he replied: 'Huh! I reckon
I knows what I's doin'. You-all don't
s'pose Uncle Sam is gWine to put a
$10,000 man in the first-line trenches,
do you?" Boston Transcript.
Firm In The Faith
A colored minister of the Raptist
Church, so runs the r-tory, in order
to strengthen and confirm the faith
of his congregation, took as his text:
"In those days came John the Bap
tist, preaching, in the wilderness of
Judea. "Oh," said he, "how I like
to read these precious words in the
blessed Bible! You don't read any
where about John the Presbyterian,
or John the Methodist, or John the
Episcopalian. No, brethren, it is
John the Baptist." The Argonaut.
The Greatest Show
Ever Staged In Hawaii
One week of thrilling, hair-raising, military and cow
boy stunts. A remarkable show of Hawaii's Industries.
Many big surprises.
Honolulu, June 10 to 15.
Fair will be opened exactly on time.
Change of program every afternoon and evening.
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at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 6:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried fr
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
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