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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918.
Maui Takes Many
Prizes At Fair
(Continued from Page One.)
took first prize for n pen of barred
Plymouth Koch chickens.
Maul also drew first prize on quali
ty of pineapples.
Maui Shows Food Products
Maui has a great exhibit of a wide
variety of food products, most of
which have not yet been judged. Mrs.
W. I. Wells, Haiku, won 1st prize for
exhibit of Kusai limes; V. D. Bald
win, Haiku, 1st prize for cassava
root; Mrs. II. M. Wells, Haiku, 1st
prize for molasses coconut candy;
Mrs. Millie IS. Hair, Hutuakuapnko,
special mention for raisin-nut candy.
Maui has the largest food exhibit
of any of the islands outside of Hono
lulu and it is well arranged. It is
under the direction of Mrs. H. I. TMlch
ford, of Haiku, and Mrs. George
Aiken, of Wailuku.
Haiku Farmers' Exhibit
The Haiku Farmers' Association
has a small but neat and very credit
able exhibit. It is in charge of James
Lindsay and Mrs. Wilkins, both of
The very complete exhibit from the
Haiku sub-station of the 1'. S. exper
iment, station has attracted much at
Pioneer Mill Has Good Show
The 1'ioneer Mill Company's exhibit
is one of the best in quality and size
and most complete. It is attracting
a great deal of attention from sugar
men particularly although it is not
confined strictly to sugar.
Some Maui Exhibits In Food
Following is a partial list of the ex
hibits from Maui, hut have not been
judged yet : :
Mrs. George Trimble pineapple
chutney, poha jam, loganberry jelly,
Mrs. It. A. Wadsworth guavn jelly.
Mrs. Geo. Wilbur tomatoes, string
Mrs. David Wadsworth grape
marmalade, carrot marmalade.
Mrs. Geo. Weight kukul nut, man
V. Crockett niacadama
! iu w t Orw-trttir Mmi! red cali
co and small navy beans, string beans,
Mrs. Theresa Souza guava jam.
Mrs. H. I. Titchford dried apple
Lawson native orange
Mrs. C. E.
Mrs. D. D.
Barter grape jam, grape
Tfcildwin. mango chutney.
Mrs. Atwater orange marmalade.
Miss Jean Lindsay strawberry jam,
Mr. F. H. Krauss cassava flour.
Maui Agricultural Co. cornmeal.
Grace Chang lemon pie.
MrB. F. Peacock green papaia jam,
green mango jelly, apple jam.
Mrs. E. H. Parker pineapple, lem
on and apricot marmalade.
Mrs. A.C.Bowdish canned chicken,
grape Juice, guava jelly.
Miss Edna Hill Spiced grapes,
grape conserve, pineapple and grape
jam, sunkist strawberries.
Mrs. Frank Hoogs mango chutney,
green tomato chow chow, tomato con
Brv? Mrs. D H. Case apple jelly (from
parings and cores), guava jelly, carrot
marmalade, mulberry jam, pomegran
ate jam, guava whip, apple cider vine
gar, raspberry jam, grape juice.
Mrs. Wilson grape jam.
Mrs. C. Sleeper mango chutney,
papaia with pineapple juice.
Mrs. Wagner mango chutney wild
Mrs. C. A. MacDonald green toma
Mrs. W. L. Decoto candy.
Mrs. F. Crawford candy.
Mrs. Cowan candy.
Mrs. CD. Lufkin flg preserve, mul
berry jam, roselle jam.
Miss Harrison (Paia) lard.
Mrs. Robert Lindsay dried bread-
frMrs. R. P. Hose bread fruit flour.
The Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Company has a veryy attractive and
comprehensive display of stock feeds
prepared largely from island grov.-n
In the window of B. F. tillers &
Company, on Fort Street, is a very
large crocheted bedspread, which is
very much admired. It is a donation
of Mrs. F. Lawson of Haiku, to the
Red Cross fund.
Grove Ranch Bifl Winner
Under the management and direc
tion of W. A. Clark, the Grove Ranch
of Maui has an interesting exhibition
of Polled Aberdeen Angus stock. This
Maui ranch has been awarueu
first prizes and three grand champion
ribbons. A steer weightily; on the
hoof from 14U0 to 150U pounds from
this ranch is to be auctioned off on
Saturday and the proceeds given to
the American Red Cross.
Holsteins are a notable feature of
the cattle show, and Charles Lucas
has a number of blue ribbon winners
in this division in his Holstein Frie
lliirold Rice of Maui baa been a
heavy award taker in the hog show of
the livestock division. Grand champ
ion ribbons have been awarded his
Etock for the best aged sow, the be.t
two year old sow, the best boar un
der one year and for the best exhibit
Kam School Takes Prizes
In the hog show the Kamehameha
School took th- grand champion
award for boars, and the first, second,
and third awards for the best Ha
waiian bred aged sows. The school
also took twelve first, four second
nd two third class awards in the
Holstein cow entries.
The closest competition which de
veloped in the hog show was in the
award for market pigs. This really
developed into a contest of breeds of
the market type, with the competition
between three pens of three pigs
each containing Durocs, Hamp.shires
and Berkshiree. The Molokai Ranch
Durocs won the prize award. This
same ranch uIko took the champion
awards for its other Ditroc Jersey
The College of Hawaii was given
the first prize for the Tamworllts in
the hog show, but there was little
competition in this class.
Boosters of the livestock section of
the Territorial Fair assert it has "na
tional class," and, to prove the asser
tion, say that a Holstein bull which
was one of the Panama Exposition en
tries was outclassed in the local com
petition by one recently imported by
Light Horse Class
Best Hawaiian bred saddle stallion.
First, II. C. S. Co., Maui: second.
Haleakala Ranch; third. 11. W. Rice.
Best imported saddle stallion. First
O. R. & L. Co.; second, Louis Warren:
third, Charles Lucas.
Best imported brood mare. First W.
Macfarlane; second, W. Macfarlane:
third. Dr. A. R. Rowat.
Best Hawaiian bred filly. First, John
Resents: second, Paul Isenberg.
Best saddle animal, Hawaiian bred.
First, Kualoa Ranch; second, H. W.
Rice; third. Lihue Ranch.
Best saddle animal, imported. First,
S. A. Baldwin.
Best colt, up to four years. First,
W. Macfarlane; second, A. McPhee:
third, W. Macfarlane.
Best cavalry horse, officer's mount.
First, Lieut. K. L. Nye: second and
third, Dr. L. E. Case.
Best cavalry horse, trooper's mount.
First, D Troop; second, E. Troop;
third. M Troop, Fourth Cavalry.
Best Hawaiian bred polo pony. First
II. W. Rice: second, Lihue Ranch:
third, F. F. Baldwin.
Imported polo pony. Fist. W. F.
Dillingham: second, S. A. Baldwin.
Best Hawaiian bred driving horse.
First Kualoa Ranch; second, J. F. Col
Best imported driving horse. Fist,
Kualoa Ranch: second, Dr. L. E. Case,
third. Dr. A. R. Rowat.
Best pony. First, Miss Lillian An
derson. Best thoroughbred. First Haleaka
la Ranch: second, Charles Lucas:
third, Louis Warren.
Best Hawaiian bred draught stal
lion. First, T. K. Fukuda; second,
Best imported draft stallion. First,
Grove Ranch; second, H. C. & S. Co.;
third, Haleakala Ranch.
Best colt: up to four years. First,
T. K. Fukuda; second, College of Ha
waii. Best team draft horses. First and
second, Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Best draft horses, four in hand.
First, Dept. Q. M. Corps, V. S. A.
Best imported Aberdeen Angus bull.
First, Grove Ranch; second, Honolua
Best Hawaiian bred Aberdeen
Angus cow. First, Grove Ranch.
Best Aberdeen Junior leaning bull.
First, Honokia Ranch.
Best Aberdeen Angus Senior heifer
calf. First, Grove Ranch.
Best Aberdeen Angus Junior bull
calf. First, Grove Ranch.
Best pen, 3 fat Aberdeen Angus
steers. First, Grove Ranch.
Best Hawaiian, bred aged Heheford
bull. First H. W. Rice.
Best imported aged Hereford bull.
First, H. W. Rice.
Best Hereford 2-year old bull. First,
H. W. Rice; second, Lihue Ranch.
Best junior yearling Hereford bull.
Second, C. H. Bellina.
Best junior yearling hereford hei
fer. First, second and third, Lihue
Best senior heifer bull calf. First,
Best senior heifer calf. First, and
second, H. W. Rico.
Best Shorthorn 2-year-old heifer.
Third, Kualoa Ranch.
Best junior yearling Shorthorn hei
fer. Second, O. R. & L. Co.
Best senior Shorthorn bull calf. Sec
ond, O. R. & L, Co.
Best aged imported Ayreshiro bull.
First, Lhue Ranch.
Best aged imported Ayreshiro cow.
First, George P. Cooke; second, and
third, Lihue Ranch.
Best junior yearling Ayreshiro bull.
First, second and third, Lihue Ranch.
Best junior yearling Ayreshiro hei
fer. First, Lihue Ranch.
Best junior imported Guernsey cow.
First, College of Hawaii.
Best junior yearling Guernsey bull.
Taking On Mail
Air Postal Route, New Xork To Washington
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The first air mail route in America, between Washington and '"ork, is in. fairly successful operation
now daily. The photograph shows Postmaster Patten of New York handling a mail bag to Aviator Webb at
the start of the initial trip.
First, College or Hawaii.
Best aged imported Holstein bull.
First, Kaniehaiueha Schools; second.
Paul Isenberg; third, t'. W. Lucas.
Best Hawaiian bred aged Holstein
cow. First and second, Kamehameha
Schools; third. College of Hawaii.
Best aged imported Holstein cow.
First, C. W. Lucas: second. College
of Hawaii: third, Robert Hind.
Best Holstein co wundor three
years. First, Kamehameha Schools;
second, Robert Hind.
Best Holstein bull, threo-yrar-old.
First, Robert Hind; second, II. C. &
S. Co.; third, College of Hawaii.
Best Holstein heifer, two-year-old.
First. Kamehameha Schools: second,
College of Hawaii: third, Kamehame
Best Holstein' senior yearling bull.
First, Robert Hind; second, H. C. &
Best Holstein senior yearling heifer.
First and second, Paul Isenberg; third
Best Holstein junior yearling bull.
First and second, Kamehameha
Schools: third, College of Hawaii.
Best Holstein senior bull calf. First.
Best Holstein senior heifer calf.
First, Kamehameha Schools; second
and third, to Robert Hind.
Best Holstein junior bull calf. First.
Best Holstein junior
First and second,
Best imnorted aged
First, Mrs. F. F. Baldwin.
Best senior Jersey yearling heifer
First, Paul Isenberg.
Best voko working oxen. First Mo
lokai 'Ranch; second, Haleakala
Ranch; third, O. R. ti L. Co.
Dairv cow with highest A. R. O.
record. First, Kamehameha Schools.
Exhibitor's dairy herd. First. Ka
mehameha Schools: second Robert
Hind: third, College of Hawaii.
Exhibitor's beef herd. First, Grove
Exhibitor's junior beef herd. First.
Get of dairy sire. First, Kamehame
Produce of dairy row. First Kame
hameha Schools; second Robert Hind
third. College of Hawaii.
Produce of beef cow. First, Grove
AWARDS IN POULTRY SHOW
Annroximately '-" birds constitute
the poultry section of this show. Judg
was done by Raymond C. Brown,
chairman, and members of poultry
Best cock in show. Won by harred
Plymouth Rock, exhibited by Henry
Largest and best individual cxhimt
of poultry. Won by A. A. llson, a
Best individual collection. By James
Lindsay, Haiku, Maui.
Best Hawaiian bred chicken. A
Plymouth Rock cock, exhibited by
Henry Afong, Jr., Honolulu.
Best Hawaiian bred cock. A Black
Minorca cock, exhibited by Geo. W.
Best Hawaiian bred pen of barred
Plymouth Rocks. By James Lindsay,
Best hen in American class. Won by
Rhode Island Reds exhibited by A. A.
Wilson, Wall in wa, Oahu.
Best hen in Mediterranean class.
Black Minorca, by Goo. W. Dyson.
Best conditioned chicken. Barred
Plymouth Rock, by Henry Afong, Jr.
Best shaped male chicken. A. Rhode
Island Red, by A. A. Wilson, Wahia
wa. Best parti-colored male chicken.
Barred Plymouth Rock, by Henry
Afong, Jr., Honolulu.
Best parti-colored female chicken.
A partridge Rock, by Manuel Costa,
Best solid colored female chicken.
Black Minorca, by A. A. Wilson.
Best solid colored male chicken.
Rhode Island Red, by A. A. Wilson.
AWARDS TO DATE IN AGRICUL
, TURAL SHOW
Cane Judged by J. A. Verret :
Best collection of eano varieties;
any six varieties. First, Wailuku Su
gar Co., Wailuku, Maui.
Best collection Hawaiian seedling
varieties; any six. Special prize, Wai
kiku Sugar Company.
Longest stalk of cane, any variety,
For The First American
Mr. Williams Visits
Maui Very Briefly
Is Entertained By Police Between
Steamers Much Solicitude Shown
By Draft Board For His Welfare
Is Well Known Socially
r. f.. Willinms. n hnskv vonnir man
of athletic build rnd pleasing person
ality, but whose patriotism nas neon
a trifle questioned ny the cirait ooani
h,.ro ntiil In Honolulu, naid a flving
visit to Maui on Wednesday evening.
He landed at Lahalna trom tne wanna
ko nhniii S o'clock, and departed
again for Honolulu from Kahului at
8 o'clock the same evenng.
During his brief visit he was a
tnw.ct nt ihe Wailuku oolice station
for the entire time, and ho had the
companionship of Police Oilicer J. B.
Wilson on his return to Honolulu.
The coming of Mr. Williams had
hnnn nnnmincpil hv a wireless mess-
ago from Sheriff Clem Crowell, now
in Honolulu, who requested that the
young traveler be well looked after.
Although the message did not. so
.i.in fi ia inferred that it was sent
at tile instance of the central draft
board which has Mr. illiams' num
ber and which has displayed a deep
Interest in him.
if thn nrnnnsseKs'inir vounc traveler
showed some slight annoyance at the
solicitude shown for his safety here,
it was but momentary. He did not
even insist on telephoning to certain
persons, though he did mention the
mnuor Ho doubtless enjoyed an ex
cellent dinner on the Claudino, for he
did not have time to dine hetore me
Mr. Willams was in Maui Fome
,.,.,1,1! urn hiivincr come hero from
the Panama Canal Zone. He made
frimiria nnrl was tirnminont in local
social circles. He did not register for
the draft here, because, as no 101a uie
draft officials, he was over 30 years
of age. Later in Honolulu, however,
he did register after the draft boara
there had brought the matter to his
attention, and he is presumably soon
to don the uniform of our nation's
heroes and to shoulder a rifle in de
fense of his country.
KAHELE In the Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, June 3, 1318, Benjamin j.
Kahele, of 2449 Puunui Street, mar
ried, carpenter, native of Hana,
Maui, thirty-five years, two months
and twenty-eight days old. Buried
in Maemae Cemetery.
a entrtier in camD lonas to keep in
touch with things at home. He will
be grateful to you for a years bud
scription to the MAUI NEWS $2.50.
Tim v-iir mils for the team work
of soldier son and soldier father the
hero of the trenches and the hero ot
First and second, M. Caldiera, Hono
lulu. Longest single joint or internode of
cane; any varitey. First, Hawaiian
Sugar Company; second, Wailuku Su
gar Company; third, Experiment sta
tion, H. S. P. A.
Pineapples and Cannery Products
Judged by W. A. Baldwin:
Best five No. 1 mature pineapple
fruits for canning. First, Joe Tava
res, Haiku, Maui; second, Hawaiian
Pineapple Co., Honolulu; third Grove
Best five plants of pineapples show
ing various stages of development
from plant as set out to mature fruit
bearing stage. First, Hawaiian Pine
apple Company, Honolulu; second,
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company, Hai
ku, Maui; third, Hawaiian Pineapple
Best three plants in fruit, age given.
First and second, Hawaiian Pineapple
Company ; third, Haiku Fruit & Pack
Best three crowns, throe slips,
three shoots, illustrating perfect
plants for setting out. First and seo
ond, Hawaiian Pineapple Company;
third, Haiku Ranch.
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Rev. S. L. Desha, Geo. C. Munroe,
Miss Ah Nin, J. H. Waiwaiole, Man
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Pratt and Infant, H. Raymond, A. M.
Pieper, Chop Kon Do, Lucio Akase,
Elmer Hart, W. O. Aiken, F. P. Rosen
crans, Angus McPhee, Dr. F. R. Miss
nor, S. T. Short, Matahlro, Mrs. Dizon
and 2 infants, Goo. Lip, Sin Pow, Mrs.
C. Young, Geo. C. Rhodes, Kubo, Miss
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) no bother of rc-sharpenhuj
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HONOLULU, T. II. 7
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tlit following schedule nent into effect June 4th, 1913
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TOWARDS PL U N EN E
'Piiniir! Passtmftr istaact STATIONS
-M ?"iii-!L..Kahulul.. A
250 6 00 .0 A..ruunene..L
3 00 6 10 2.5
1. All trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kabulul 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 frtt
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 ot 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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Jack Linton, Wailuku Agent.
I child, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Vincent, Y.
Furuknwa. Miss Furakawa, Dr. E. S.
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S. Cooked, H. Pnoa, Geo. Soaros, Mrs.
Chang and infant, Mewo, Ching Wong
Cat Needed Tuning
The landlady bustled up to her new
lodger as bo came down to breakfast
the first morning.
"Good morning, sir," fhe wheezed.
"Good-morning," said the lodger.
"I hope you've had a good night's
rest," said the landlady.
"No," said the mild-mannered little
man. "Your cat kept me awake."
"Oh," said the landiay, tossing her
head. "1 suppose you're going to ask
me to have the poor tiling killed."
"No, not exactly," said the gentle
lodger. "But would yon very much
mind having it tuned?" Pittsburg
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