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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1918.
Maui Took Most Of
Prizes At Big Fair
Lists Incomplete But Maui Exhibitors
Played Important Part In Fine
Show Much Enthusiasm By Re
turning Maui Visitors
While the entries In the food con
servation and miscellaneous farm and
garden products sections of the fair
were judged in due course, for some
reason or other the management has
up to the present time neglected to
publish any list of the results of this
judging. Ribbons and other awards
have been received on Maui by some
exhibitors, but Is impossible to ascer
tain more than a small proportion of
these. Ov:!ng to the interest taken
in the fair by Maui people, and the
laige number of entries made from
if country, the absence of complete
prize lists will occasion much disap
pointment. Some Of The Maui Winners
The following list of prizes taken
by Maui residents were furnished by
Mrs. H. I. I'itchford, of Haiku, a mem
ber of the food conservation commit
tee from Maul: '
First, Merle Hannah, Kahului;
second, Mrs. H. M. Wells, Haiku;
third, Mrs. Millie Hair, Hamakuapoko.
Salt Butter: First, Miss Jean Lind
Chicken and Beef Fat: First and
third. Miss Jean Lindsay, Haiku.
Peanut Butter: Mrs. F. Krauss,
Pork Fat: First, Mrs. Geo. Groves,
Puunene; second, Mrs. J. J. Walsh,
Kahului; third, Mrs. E. Dinert, Puu
nene. Suet and Pork Fat: Mrs. F. W.
Peacock, second, Puunene.
Skimmed Fats: Third, Mrs. Geo.
Pure Cocoanut Oil: First, Mrs. R.
C. Searle, Honokahau second, Mrs.
Hose, Lahaina; third, Mra. E. H. Park
Grape Juice: Second, Mrs. Geo.
Wilbur, Waikapu; third, Mrs. D. H.
Hoover Menus: First, Mrs. A. 0.
Bowdish, Paia; second, Mrs. P. W.
Alston, Wailuku; third, Mrs. W. H.
Meat .Substitutes! Second, Mrs.
David Wadsworth, Wailuku potato
loaf; third, Frank Lufkin, Lahaina,
Haiku Fruit & Packing Co., first
prize for canned string beans, lima
lean and guava jelly.
Jams and Jelly, Vegetables.
No individual awards. Award for
best display first prize, Maui exhibit.
Relishes and Pickles: Second prize
Soap: Second prize, Kodanl, Pau
wela. Honey: Second, prize, Lanai Ho
Prizes For Field Crops
Maui more than made good in the
exhibits of miscellaneous farm crops
shown. In the corn exhibited for In
stance, Maul exhibitors won prizes
In every class, and the Haleakala
Ranch drew down the big prize for
tho most perfect ear of corn in the
Among the most Important exhibits
in the agricultural section were the
Judged by J. A. Verret
Best collection of cane varieties, any
six varieties First, Wailuku Sugar
Co., Wailuku, Maul.
Best collection Hawaiian seeding
varieties, any six Special prize, Wai
luku Sugar Co.
Longest stalk of cane, any variety
First and second, M. Caldelra, Ho
nolulu. Longest single Joint or internode of
cane, any variety First, Hawaiian
Sugar Co.; second, Wailuku Sugar
Co.; third, Experiment Station, H. S.
PINEAPPLE AND CANNERY
Judged by W. A. Baldwin
Best five No. 1 mature pineapple
fruits for canning First, Joe Tavares,
Haiku, Maui; second, Hawaiian Pine
apple 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 Co., Honolulu; second, Haiku
Fruit and Packing Co., Haiku, Maul;
third, Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Best three plants in fruit, age given
First and second, Hawaiian Pine
apple Co.; third, Haiku, Fruit and
Best three crowns, three slips,
three shoots, illustrating perfect
plants for setting out First and sec
ond, Hawaiian Pineapple Co.! third,
Best ten-pound any white variety
First, Kemoo Farm, Castner; second.
N. Ewasaki, Mokapu; tliira, Aiinur
Special Exhibit, White Potatoes
First, Co. G, 32nd Infantry.
Special Exhibit, Portuguese Red
First, J. E. Gamalielson, Hilo.
Special Exhibit, Potatoes with de-
tailed cultural directions First, J. N.
S. Williams, Honolulu.
SWEET POTATOES (For human
Ilcst fifteen-pound, and Red variety
First, Pioneer Mill Co.. Lahaina.
llest fifteen-pound and Yellow var
ietyFirst, Grove Ranch, Paia; sec
ond, Honokawai Childrer, c. Honoka
wal School, Honokawai, Maul; third,
Pioneer Mill Co.
Best fifteen- pound Wtite varjety
first, J. de C. Jerves, Homestead,
Largest Sweet Potato First, C. C.
fcnradt, Pukoo, Molokal.
t five ears Yellow Dent First
ala Ranch, Makawao; a.icond,
Best 100-pound bag shelled corn
First, Grove Ranch; second, Haleaka
la Ranch; third, Haleakala Ranch.
Most perfect, ear of field corn, any
variety First Haleakala Ranch; sec
ond, Waimea Dairy; third, Haleakala
Best five ears Native Type First,
Waimea Dairy; second, Haleakat?i
Ranch; third, Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Best five enrs Guam
Waimea Dairy; second.
trial School, Honolulu;
Best five ears Cuban Corn First,
College of Hawaii; second, College of
Hawaii; third, J. N. K. Keola, Wailu
Best fifteen-pound Japanesi
paddy First, Jas. Armstrong,
Best Collection Varieties-
Cereal Grains Other Than Rice
Best sheaf wheat First, S. A. Bald
Best sheaf oats First, S. A. Bald
win; second, Grove Ranch, Paia; third
Best sheaf barley First, S. A. Bald
win. Buckwheat, Silver Hall First, U. S.
Experiment Station, Honolulu.
Japanese First, U. S. Experiment
BVst' fohi specimens wet land taro
First, 'Wong Nia, Honolulu.
Best four specimens dry land taro
First, Joe Roberts, Honolulu; sec
ond, Jas. Armstrong, Pearl City!
third. Boys' Industrial School, Wat
alee. Best collection dry land taro First
Loo Fat Kun; second, Sato Imo.
Best collections now varieties of
taro introduced into Hawaii First,
G. P. Wilder.
Special exhibit fertilized taro First
Boys' Industrial School.
Best four fruits, Cayenne variety
for home use First, Hawaiian Pine
apple Co.; second, Grove Ranch;
third, Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Largest fruit, Cayenne First, Ha
waiian Pineapple Co.; second, Hawaii
an Pineapple Co.
Maui's Fine Dogs
As in horses, cattle, hogs and
agricultural field crops, Maui also took
a leading place in the dog show at.
the Fair. As reported last week, Mrs.
C. J. Beggs won the grand champion
ship medal for the best dog of any
breed in the show, oft her pointer
But Maui also had some other fine
dogs, though the variety in which
Maui fanciers are interested is not
Following is a list of the canines
classes In which the Valley Isle had
Best dog In show Sam, pointer,
owned by Mrs. C. J. Beggs, Puunene,
Best dog In Honolulu Melbourne
Model, English bulldog, owned by Chu
Best dog outside Honolulu Sam
pointer, owned by Mrs. C. J. Beggs,
Largest number of ribbons won by
exhibitor Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, Ho
nolulu. Largest entry by one exhibitor Dr.
W. T. Monsarrat, Honolulu.
German sheep puppy, female First
Collette, by George P. Cooke, Molo
kai; second, Judy, by Hawaii Polo
and Racing Association.
German sheep dog, novice, female
First, Nancy, by George P. Cooke,
Setter dog, novice: First. Shot, by
Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald, Paia, Maui.
Setter, open: First, by Dr. J.
Fitzgerald, Paia, Maui.
P. P. Ranch, Pauwela
Observation Balloonist Inspecting
His Apparatus Before Ascension
I iff aiiirtiiutt
An observation balloonist inspect
going up to observe enemy lines and
to send his reports without fail, for
i jf f rL : -2 I
Setter, female novice: First, Ki its
Freckles SHU, by Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald,
tetter, female, open: First, Frits
Freckles Silk, by it. J. C. Fiugorald,
Pointer, novice: First, Tommy, by
Mrs. Dcua von Tempsky, Kula, Maul,
second, Spot, F. F. Baldwin, Puunene,
Pointers, open class: First, Sam,
by Mrs. ('. J. Beggs, Puunene, Maui,
second, Teddy, by ,1. Fleming. Hono
lulu; third. Spot, ly F. F. Baldwin,
Wolfhound First, Nina, by Mrs. F.
F. Baldwin, Puunene, Maui.
Brace First, Shot and Fritz Frec
kles silk, English setters, by Dr. J. C.
Fitznorald, Paia, Maui.
Collie puppy: First, Tommy, own
ed by Mrs. Dora von Tempsky, Kula,
Maui; second, Dick, by Mrs. Fred
Cooke, Honolulu; third, Don, by W.
T. Livington, ll)::elulu.
To Harold W. Rice, for best and
largest kennel of puppies: shown.
Maui Boy Has Champion Rabbit
In the several breeds of rabbits ex
hibited. Maui won prizes In but one
class -the New Zealand Reds. In
t hi-, ches young Dwight Baldwin, son
of Dr. V. D. Baldwin, of Haiku, carrl-
d off a number of prizes, including
i he special award for the best senior
!im ii: class.
Follo-.ving were the prizes awarded
in the New Zealand Red class:
New Zealand Reds Imported
Senior doc First award, exhibited
lv Dwight 11. Baldwin; second award,
exhibit, d by Dwight H. Baldwin;
third award, non
New Zeaeland Reds Hawaiian Bred
'' Senior doc First award, exhibited
by O. A. Schoe.ning; second award ex
hibited by Mrs. F. S. Lyman; third
".aril, exhibited r-y O. A. Schoening.
Senior buck First award, exhibited
by Mrs. F. S. Lyman; second award,
none: third award, exhibited by H. L.
Junior doe First award, exhibited
by Mrs. F. S. Lyman; second award,
'r.h.iibled by Mrs. R. M. Morton; third
award, exhibited by Dwight H. Bald
win. Junior buck First award, exhibited
by Mrs. F. S. Lvman.
Best heavy weight Belgian doo with
litter Exhibited by A. A. Wilson.
Best Flemish doe with litter Exhl
'iil".i by R. S. Anderson.
Best. New Zealand doo with litter
Exhibited by Mrs. C. II. Judd.
Best New Zealand senior doe in
show Exhibited by Dwight II. ald
v.'in. RED CROSS ITEMS
The treasurer of the Maui Branch
of tin- Red Cross lias received two
generous checks during the past
month: $120.10 from the Japanese
Girls Home, Wailuku and $140.00
from tho Hawaiian Woman of Lahai
na. The Lahaina district Junior Red
Cros:s lias submitted the following re
port for the mi niti of May:
S dozen hanke a.'niefs.
"it dozen pillow slips.
T prop"nv bags.
Send o:ir boys te fuel, and the;
will supply t!e steam.
Next to a letter from home, a soldier
appreciates most of all a home paper.
Give YOUR soldier boy a subscription
to the MAUI NEWS $2.50 a year.
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men eim m.-;, so that he may be able
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(if employees of government monopolies for increased wages. Dis
patch from Vienna says Vienna city council passed resolution protest
ing against the reduction of bread ration in Vienna. Ialor council
assed resolution renewing demands for, "Speedy and general peace,
I'othwithstanding the present great obstacles in peace endeavor."
A NOT I IKK REVOLT IX RUSSIA
London, June 20 Financial Secretary McXam.ua, of the admiral
ty says 20 German destroyers and a large number of submarines and
auxiliary craft are penned in the I'.rugcn canal.
Exchange telegram says an intercepted wireless reports greatest
tevoll at Kiev. Artillery stores exploded and continuous street light
ing is spreading to Poltava and Telterning. where thcic are 4().()(K) arm
ed and organized peasants.
NATIONAL PROIIir.ITIOX NOW UNDER DERATE
Washington, June 20 It is understood that the Prc-ident declined
to actively oppose, the Jones amendment to agricultural appropriation
bill, providing absolute prohibition during the war. unless the amend
ment will delay passage of bill. P.ainbridge Colby, representing ship
ping board, testified before Senate agricultural committee that absolute
prohibition would reduce ship production 25,. .Men want beer.
Smate thinks leading labor leaders will report favorably.
RRmSlI WOULD HEAVILY PENALIZE GERMANS
London, June 20 Hoard of Trade committee reporting on ship
i ig and ship-building program during reconstruction period, recommend
early removal of government control. Says peace treaty should force
the surrender of enemy shipping and heavily punish Germany for her
climes upon the sea and provide for auctioning such seized shipping
making proceeds part of war indemnity. After war restrictions upon
building ships for Germany useless, unless Allies, including the United
States are prepared to coerce neutrals.
Washington, June 20 Major General Green, western division,
camp Lewis, is ordered to report to Washington. Urigadicr-General
Fredrick Boltz commands Lewis temporarily. Order is unexplained.
LANE NOT IMPRESSED P.Y CHINESE IMMIGRATION
Honolulu, June 20 Lane was guest at Chinese banquet of th
Chinese tnetvuoiua association. Many speeches by Ilonoluluans eulo
gistic of Chinese in Hawaii and urging limited Chinese immigration.
Lane made no reference to immigration in his speech, limiting him sell
t: discussion of general Chinese situation. Said he hoped Chinese re-
ublic would not follow Russia's economic schemes which will be .un
obtainable by any nation within next two or thee hundred years. Com
plimented the Hawaiian Chinese on high place they had won in the
community. Negative nature of Lane reply indicates he has no inten
tion of taking up for recommendation to congress immigration matter.
HONOLULU CIIAMUER WOULD RESTRICT HOMESTICAD
Chamber of Commerce adopts "Ouestions on use of public lands
in Hawaii, with more particular reference to lands now or lately under
intensive cultivation." Recommends an executive order abolishing
the homesteading of cane lands for period of the war :.nd so long there
after as sufficient to take off rattoon crop. liclieves homesteading on
a large scale should not be carried on during the war nor should land
be alienated from government without taking account of the means of
returning soldiers. Favors principle of homesteading but believes pro
cess should be gradual with sound discrimination to prevent economic
waste. Urges through classification of public lands with discrimination
replaced in governor's hands as to proper time for opening.
WUDXESDA V HI'EXXG
FRENCH SHOW HUNS HOW TO FIGHT
Paris, June 19 Germans last night, after violent bombardment,
began attack on Reims front between Vrigny and Lapomelle. The
French resisted blow with entire success and completely repulsed the
enemy with exceptionally heavy losses. Large units of Ge rman shock
troops were concentrated for this attack but wire unable to progress
1 ecause of awful French fire. They tried repeatedly but suffered such
heavy losses that they were forced to desist. Few of those attacking
leturned to lines.
TURKS SACK AMERICAN HOSPITAL IN PERSIA
Washington, June 19 Pershing reports continuous artillery in
legion of Chateau Thierry along Marne. American patrols crossed the
Marnc and took prisoners.
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Schneider. C. A.
Stn nbei k, Henry.
Puna, Hilo and Hamakua, Island of
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Koyser, U. A.
Olden berg, Frederick.
Stark, G. A.
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Some negroes were discussing tho
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The cause of the disaster was clear
enough to one of the men.
"De po chile died frum eatin' too
much watah-million," he explained.
One or the others looked his doubts.
"Huh," he grunted scornfully, "dar
ain't no such thing as too much watah-million."
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