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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1918.
Planting Safe Policy
Impossibility Of Rapidly Restoring
I'sed Lands Reason For Warning
To rianters Bif, Slump In Yield
Tho Haiku Fniil .V (.'( m; p; 11 - is not
discouraging the planting of j iiunp
ples through any fear of the inability
of ils cannery in handle ihe ouipui.
lmt solely as a matter of pond busi
ness policy.. Tli a- is the statement
of W. A. Bald.vin, planliii inn manager
of the company in reft ri ing to an
article published in the Mani Ni'ivs
last Week staling thai the growers
were being warned aaainsl making
any further plantings this year.
The company could undouhl edly
expand ils plant to any necessary de
gree to pack any sizi d crop it might
lie called upon to handle. Put it would
not care to make this expansion wi'h
the practical certainly of a subsoiim nt
marked shrinkage due to land t xhaus
Nof is this policy based soli ly in
the imeresis of the oni;.a'iy. Mr.
Baldwin points out. Inn tun nunc ii
the interest of the independent Slow
er. Till' present high priios of fruif.
and the possihilil y of a com inuance
of high prices has templed many per
sons, especially .Japanese, to plant
their entire acreage of land 10 pines
in a single ( -rop. The resiiil of such
practice must be a number of net. un
done crops, and later just as marked
n fulling off, ns row land became
The plantation is urging nil grow
ers to plant but a third, or at most
a half of their acreage this year, and
a like amount next year or the year
following, and thus keep a uniform
suppy of fruit coming to inatijity
over a period of years.
Old Land No Good
It is well known in the pineapple
district that up to the present time
it lias been impossible to pet paying
results from planting pineapples on
land that lias already produced a
crop of this fruit. Just why this is
so is not yet known, though some
high grade experts have been work
ing on the problem for a number of
years. Nor lias it yet been learned
how to fully restore the soil to its
first productivity by crop rotation or
other means. This explains why the
safest policy for the farmer is to
plant but a part of his land at a time,
and it is also the best for the cann
ery. All pineapple men believe that
eventually the secret of restoring
pineapple lands will be learned, lmt
in the meantime, unless the output
is to suffer an inevitable slump soon
er or later, it is pointed out that a
moderate planting policy is best for
everybody concerned. j
' Club Athletes
Be Here Next Wcet
Most Maui people will remember
with pleasure the visit of Sam Kobley,
of the Y. M. C. A., and his bunch of
clever boy athletes to Maui about a
year ago and will be glad to learn
that Mr. Ilobley is planning for a sim
ilar outing for his boys again this
year. They will arrive next Tues
day and will give a series of exhibi
tions covering about a week.
Mr. Kobley, as leader of boys' clubs
extension work of the Y. M. c. A.,
has made a remarkable success since
he c.imo to Hawaii. Much of liis
work has to do with organizing boys
for useful work, but the athletic or
play clement has an important place.
The team which lie is bringing to
Maui this year is, Mr. Ilobley says,
etpial to many professional organiza
tions. Arrangements for the'parly are be
ing made ly C A. ruck, of the Alex
ander House Settlement. Proceeds
from the entertainments, after ex
penses are paid, will go to the Settle
ment. The binary at present outlined is
Wednesday, June 2(!th, Puunene.
Thursday, June 27ih, Wailuku.
Friday, June 2Sth, Kahului.
Saturday, June 2!lth, Paia.
Monday, July 1st, Lahaina.
JUDGE BURR IN BEELAND
Judge 1,. I,. Burr, of Maui, was
enthusiastic visitor this week to
Territorial Fair or, rather, to
bee section, of it. The judge is
ardent apicnli urisl so much so,
deed, that during the two davs
stient here he ignored nil the claims
of friendship and amenities of social
life to worship at the shrine of Mr.
and Mrs. Dec. Those who know say
the judge knows every individual bee
by his or In r Christian name, and is
o-, terms of the inmost familiarity
with all the grand punjaii:'.nnns of
beeland. The statement is also mado
' "' ' !'e ' - p;:t en a special tourna
ment for the delectation of the judge,
and that I in- ev.-nt was a rod-lot it r
day In thejimials of the colonies now
After th- Judge's departure for
ei p js ,.i r.-iiiod, a meeting of
Ihe bees was held, fur ihe purpose of
placing on r"cord the high regard in
' I tdae lliii-r i -, held by all tin
bee population. It was then agreed
to send a delegation of bees r.vi r to
Wi'iUil.tt for the purpose of n turning'
Judge Burr's v t i .and an nppr.iprin
ti ,n was voted from the Bee Com in
pent Fund for this purpose. A rear
riot was precipitated when Mr. Drone
entered his usual protest. The meet
ing adjourned after the be, s bad
vociferously rendered tie- chorus of
"Over Tin-re," with special and sug
gestive emphasis on the lines, 'We're
com ins over" and "Say a prayer."
nhur I', llalihvin of Cleveland,
t 'hio. I bird son of the late II. P. Bald-
v. in of Maui, 43 yours old and father
of six children, is now on his way to
Fiance as a lieutenant in the U. S.
Mr. I'.aldwin is a lawyer and well
known here, though visiting the Is
lands rather infrequently. Star-Bulletin.
Maty Apuna was this week grant
i d a divorce from her husband Apuna,
on ground of failure lo provide.
Commissioner of Insurance C. J.
Met 'a it by has approved a form of
policy which after June "(i will be
iai.tlard for all workmen's compen
; liea insurance written in the terri
miy. The 1!'17 legislature made pro-
vi. -ion for such a standard policy
which is expected to do away with
cnn-id'Tablo confusion in administer
ing the law.
A lied Cross benefit is being ar
ranged by ihe Maui Choral Club for
lie evening of July 3, at the Taia
I'cmniunii y House. The club is ro
ii e:.r.-iiig an attractive musical and
r. ra ily program, and this is to be
!, l;nuid by a dance. All the receipts
:: io go to the tied Cross. Admis-
i'lil "a cent .
la i'ii' nt'I"in suit of Ohia Fere-
.; : . An Choy, for the recovery of 2
. . . Jink-.- 1 In it. of the second cir
r ie i i i en Monday denied a motion
;i I rial. The raise bad been
d, , el' d
i niia ni .
: r, Is'
. i:ii. :
h a jury at the October
court in favor of the de-
matter of the estate of Ei
ae. Judge r.urr on Monday
a mo. ion for appointment of
raters, and named as such
-'i.ai.iclii lk' iiclii and Yonesaku Hon
e .. living their joint bond at $i000.
'!. .-i i t : i of per month was allow
i i"t ihe family of the deceased pending
admiri -trillion of Ihe estate.
In the mailer of the estate of Mary
i '. X, laak.i. deceased. John Namaka
!:.! been appointed administrator
vp a build fixed at $1000.
fin Goya Kohazu was this week
l;! ani' d a divorce from her husband
-vpna .Kohazu, on ground of non-support.
June Term Circuit
Court At Lahaina
The June term of the second cir
cuit court opened on last Wednesday
in I.ahaina, with Judge L. L. Burr
on the bench. The court was then
adjourned lill next Monday for which
lime the grand and trial jurors have
been summoned. Some 8 or 10 crim
inal cases will probably be investigat
ed by the grand jury, besides other
matters which may be brought to the
Owing to tlie shortness of the term,
which must he closed before the first
of July, it is unlikely that many cases
on the calendar will be brought to
trial, but will go over to the October
leiiu in W'ailuku.
Draft Board Keeps
Tab On Mr. Williams
(Continued from Page One.)
' i l.e is of excellent character,
a foi ini'i' famous college athlete of the
Idle West, and went to Maui for
: onal reason1; which had nothing
-. ..yenning the draft net.
is inclined to believe there is a
! 'v ma iindorstanding somewhere.
draft rillicials, however, cite a
ii s of incidents which they say are
action:- curing the last
ire said to be responsible
ntion. He was placed in
a deputy sheriff at Lahai
sl onlay evening, and was
Honolulu this morning to
f a- l.is del i
cu I ii ly by
on irters. He
action by draft head
went to Maui only yes-
1 1 rday.
Wiiiiams oeme to Honolulu from the
' iv ma zone. According to draft of
tV!"!.. l'.e stated that he was 31 years
a.u:l therefore not required to reg
ister. His case was more thoroughly in
. ' . li ,'at".i by local draft officials and
'" was called into CnyT. H. flooding
' nfft-o where, it b: stated, he
admitted that he was not yet f!l years
'V. Williams was then registered,
given a nuest ionnaire anil ordered to
i t urn it, properly filled out, on the
' voig day.
Draft officials waited for the reUirn
of ihe oue-t ionnaire for nine days and
finally Williams was sent for. Order-
d to return the cities' ionnaire ,Vil
Mams pleaded lack or time to fill it
an as his excuse for the delay, ac
cording to draft officials.
Williams was placed in Class 1-A. A
"en- days ago he told friends he was
going lo Sehofield Barracks to take a
en- ii ion as a physical instructor. But
'icording lo draft officials, he took
si. amor from Honolulu for Maui in-
i a(l of going to the barracks.
Williams was employed nt a local
private academy. Information this
i-ioniing was not quite clear as to his
tr.t'is ihi'. lie was employed only
i rev,- weeks. II is said he has been
trying to make a commission and had
good prospects of doing so.
BKST MKINFCKE-In Honolulu. June
P'. i'iIS. Henry L. Best and Miss
K'sie Meinecke. Rev. Albert W. Pal
mer, mini-'er of the Central Union
Chun h. oflicial ing: witness J. ("J.
Dassel and Lena A. Dassel
l ine ir,
i h: bo
Filine Mi tide,
ry ( Hilonius (',
h of Kealiua.
it her .luslin.
ircia, lfi, Span
Garden Contest Boys
Had Wonderful Trip
(Continued from Page One.)
of the party, will not have their re
quest granted. If there is another
contest they w ill -be given the opport
unity of joining at that time. This
was the course taken in the case of
the liana girl who was unable to go
lasl year, but did make the trip this
What The Boys Did
Some of things the boys did while
on the trip is told by Mr. Puck in his
report as follows:
'"file four first prize-winners; Na
oki Matsuda, Masura Teshima, of I'a
iiwela and Kihei respectively and
Ceorge Lindsay of Lahaina and John
Figuera of Molokai were the four
boys who went to Honolulu. John
Andrade of I'aia, for some reason or
; other did not desire to go and asked
that he be given War Savings Stamps
and Thrift Stamps to an amount
equivalent to his expenses, had he
gone on th" trip. Also, Toshi Tasaki
of liana, through Mr. Iake, made a
request for War Savings and Thrift
Stamps equivalent to his share of the
expenses of the trip.
I "The four boys who made the trip
to Honolulu left on the Manna Loa,
Saturday evening June 8th. While in
Honolulu they were entertained by
Hie Y. M. C. A. That is, the Y. M. C.
A., furnished us rooms and gave us
membership tickets to all department
during the time or our stay.
"The boys were first taken to the
Fire Department, where Mr. Wallace
Blaisdell, the assistant chief, initiated
t tu in into the mysteries of a fireman's
life, and instructed us in the line
points of lire fighting up to date, as
in Honolulu. Next was a visit to Ihe
Star-Bulletin. The boys were intro-i
duced to Mr. Farrington, who immedi
ately took them to the photographer,
and had photos nuide of the winners,
two of the boys being prize winners j
in ihe Star-Bulletin garden contest, j
Mr. Farrington then sent an expert
through the plant with the boys, who
described to I hem the different me
chanical devices teaching the art of
printing in a day. '
"Monday afternoon, Tuesday and
Wednesday were devoted to the Fair
entirely, the boys meeting Secretary
Lane and the two Oovernors at the
"Thursday was taken up with the
trip around the island, in which the
winners on Oahu in the Star-Bulletin
garden contest were visited, ns well
as the Boys Industrial School. We
took Mr. James Lindsay, one of the
Maui judges, along Willi us on this
trip, and while he gave the premium
to ihe Kahuku school for fine garden
in the decided as a long judges
that Naoki Masuda of Pauwela, was 1
easily the prize gardener for individ
ual home gardens. At the Industrial
School, Mr. Johnson, Assistant Super
intendent, comdueted the boys, aird
gave them insight into the Industrial
School life, and while there seemed
lo be a great many opportunities, for
boys to learn and .understand better
how to behave themselves, yet none
or our boys desired to return there.
At least, that was their statement on
"We also visited the Sehofield gar
dens, where the boys obtained from
Mr. Wilson of the 2.r)fh Infantry, Com
pany K, seed from papain that weigh
ed 26 pounds. After looking over the
large gardens at Leilehua. we return
ed to town.
"Friday morning the boys were
shown the animals in the park and
the fish at the aquariam, the Museum
being visited in the afternoon.
"Naturally, the Fair was of great
educational value to the boys but the
boys were keen in judging and criticiz
ing other gardens than their own, and
personally, I think this was one of
the fine points of our whole trip."
MAUI GIRL WEDS SOLDIER
Friends of Miss Elsie Meinecke, of
Paia, were surprised last week by the
announcement of her marriage in Ho
nolulu to Mr. Henry L. Best, which
took place on Monday, June 10. The
groom, it is understood is a soldier
in the I'nited States army, and is not
known on Maui.
Miss Meinecke, who has been in
Honolulu for some time, had not tak
en any of her friends into her confi
dence, even her father, Jose"ph
Meinecke, of the Maui Agricultural
Company being unaware of her inten
tions. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Albert W. Palmer, of the
Central Union Church, with J. G. Das
sol and Miss Lena Dassel as witness
es. MacKENZIE DETERMINED TO
BREAK INTO ARMY THIS TIME
James S. B. MaeKenzio, manager of
the Puunene Store, who resigned rec
ently to go to France to do his part
in the big scrap, will leave Miwii to
morrow, much to the regret of his
many friends. He will go first to Ha
waii where he will visit his brother
for a few days before starting for
Scotland, where he hopes to get into
the big game.
MacKenzie tried to enlist with a
British contingent being recruited in
Honolulu some months ago, but was
turned down on account of a foot
ball knee. He was not con . to
abide by that decision, how .er, an1",
declares his intention of breaki"; in
to the service this time, if Ue has to
use a sledge hammer.
HAROLD CAN DRIVE NAILS
Harold Rice is' one of Ihe driving
forc-'s behind vhe big fair, and one
of ih working farces, too. He does
not scom urge down to "galluses and
jears" wih a hammer and a nail and
do whatever there is to be done.
A girl may not let you ki.-s her, but
line chances are she appreciates your
wanting to. Tiger.
Elect All Officers
The republican precinct election fori
Wailuku precinct, for the election of ,
precinct officers, judges of election. I
members of the executive committee j
and delegates to the territorial con
vention, took place last night, and '
was cuite spirited in a number of in-.
I II. B. Penhallow was elected chair
I man by vole of 21: J. N. K. Keola
Igniting ?,, and John W. Knlua. 2.
: George Weight was elected 1st,
vice president. He received la. J. N.
i K. Keola received 1, and John W. Ka-
! For 2nd viee-prcsidenl, W. F. Croc
kett was elected without opposition,
as was also Moses Kauhimahu for
secretary, A. Knos for assistant sec
retary, tind L. M. Baldwin, as treas
urer. ! Three judges of election elected
were L. B. Knuniohoiwa, James II.
Love and L. Palea. J. K. Kahookele
W. K. Bal. Ceo. II. Cummings.
George Weight and Chas. Wilcox were
elected on the exculive committee. A
protest against Weight's election he
cause he had been also elected 1st
vice-president, was overruled by the
judges, but may he appealed lo the
territorial central committee. II. B.
Penhallow withdrew on account of
his election as chairman. J. N. K.
Keola was also on the ticket.
George IT. Cummings, P. J. Good
ness and II. B. Penhallow, were elect
ed delegated to the territorial conven
tion, and John W. Kalua and R. A.
Wadsworlh each received the same
number of voles for Ihe fourth place.
Both gentlemen are away and the tie
will not be decided tiniil they return.
Knos Vincent was also on the ticket.
32nd Annual Bace
(Continued from Page One.)
crowd, and it. is possible that a short
address or two may be arranged for,
as well as some other features of a
All the prizes are to be paid in War
Savings Stamps and Liberty Bonds.
Following is the race program as
1. Half mile Free-for-all, for 2
year olds. Purse, $150.
2. Half mile, Oriental race for
horses owned by Orientals. 1st Prize,
$.ri0; 2nd, $25.
3. Barrel Race. One-eighth mile,
start from wire pick up barrel and
bring back. 1st Prize, $10; 2nd, $25.
i 4. . Half mile, for horses owned by
Portuguese. 1st. Prize, $50; 2nd, $15;
5. Polo Pony, to be ridden by own
ers. Quarter-mile. Prize, silver cup.
fi. Half Mile Pony Race, free-for-nll,
tinder 14.3 hands. 1st Prize, $50;
7. I'otato Race. Riders to carry
potatoes over 50-yard course. Prize,
8. Half Mile Cowboy Race. Cattle
horses only. 1st Prize, $35; 2nd, $15.
! 9. Policeman's Race, Quarter-mile.
10. Ladies' Race. Half mile, free-for-all.
1st Prize, $50; 2nd, $25.
11. Mule Race. 1st Prize, $15; 2nd.
Cowboy Race. Relay. Prize,
Families Of Army
Men To Be Protected
tContinued from Page One )
wao, KaupakaUia, Mrs. W. O. Aiken;
Ilaiuakuapoko, Mrs. W. S. Nicoll; Hai-ku-Kula,
Dr. W. D. Baldwin.
Resit" os this a consultation board
is to be appointed consisting of busi
ness and professional men of Maui,
which will pass on all cases affect
ing Maui persons.
An office and headquarters are be
ing prepared at Kahului, in the ware
house building which at present
housers ihe other branches of local
Red Cross work. These will be com
uktod probably tomorrow, and will
be open daily from 9 to 12 o'clock.
Miss Lena Waters, an expert in
social welfare work, is expected to
arrive from Honolulu tomorrow for
the p-urpose of instuctinpr the local
workers in the new work undertaken.
She will bo here for probably a week,
and will hold meetings at a number
By a Mat son steamer, June 21 S.
Hocking, Mrs. J. W. Podmore, Mrs. J.
S. Aiken. E. W. and F. W. Fahlgren,
Mrs. II. Y. Cluck and infant, Mrs. F.
B. Cameron, Mrs. S. A. Baldwin, Miss
II. C. Baldwin, Master R. Baldwin and
maid, Miss Abide Dow, Miss F. Baln
win, Mr. and Mrs. Maika and child,
R. M. Morton, W. Searby, Mrs. Ben
Williams, Mr. Ita, L. Stampe, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Rice, H. Y. Chuck, Ms.
Lena Waters, H. A. Hardy, M. Cora
Searby, Miss Margaret "e.nby.
AUTO DRIVER BADLY CUT
IN FIGHT WITH PASa-NGER
Masaro, a well known Japanese au
to driver of Kahului, was seriously
stabbed by a Filipino named Pedro
Magnl, last Sunday night, following a
dispute over the i'lnounl of fare. The
wounded man is now in a hospital,
bin ii is believed he is out of danger.
The Filipino is in (he Wailuku jail
and will probably be indicted by the
grand jury next for assault wilh a
First Seoul Suppose you were
my shoes. What would you do?
Second Scout I'd shine iln in.
j Personal Mention
Supervisor R. A. Drunimond was an
arrival from Honolulu by the Claudine
lasl Tuesday. lie went down last
Fi iday night.
J. G. Serrao, of Ililo, was a business
visitor on Maui for a few days this
J. Meinecke, of Paia, was a visitor
to Honolulu this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth, of
V ailuku, were passengers to Ilono-
l't .1 on Wednesday. They will attend!
jtlu commencement exercises of Pu-I
nohou Academy this evening from I
i which their daughter Miss Winnifred i
and son Alfred will be graduated.
L. D. Timmons was an arrival yes-!
teiduy on the Mauna Kea from Wa,i- 1
l iku. Mr. Timmons has joined the
editorial staff of The Advert iscr. P.
C. Advert iser.
Allied Wadsworlh, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth, of Wailuku,;
is now at Sehofield Barracks as a sol- .
dier in I'ncle Sams fighting forces.
Dr. Frank R. Missner of Maui has
been recently commissioned first lieu
tenant in the Medical Reserve Corps
and assigned lo duty with the 9th Am- .
bulanee Company at Sehofield Bar
racks. Star-Bullet in.
Misses Aniline and Lorna von
Toinpsky were visitors in Honolulu
la-it week. I
Rev. R. B. Dodge, of the Wailuku
l"n ion Church, is in Honolulu this
week attending the J(i annual meet- I
;eg- of the Hawaiian Evangelical Ast
socjalion He is expected home the I
Inner part, of the week. !
M. W. J. Cooper returned home j
last Tuesday from Honolulu where i
In- isiii d trien Is for 10 days. .
Earl !. P.a'Mlelt. of the Kamehame
".l.i School, arrived on Maui this week
to look after his interests in the Hai- I
ku pineapple district during the can
ning season. He expect.; t' bo here
for several weeks.
Rev. E. E. Pleasr.nl, of the KahuUli .3
I'ni 'ii Church, is attendirg the Ha-1
waiian Evangelical Association con- 4
fere-ice in. Honolulu this work. 5
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ross and
daughter returned Wednesday even- 6
ing from a week Fpent in Honolulu. 1
Fred and Henry Pogue, who have 7
been nt tending school in Honolulu, 8
returned home this week to spend;
Mrs. Jack Bergstrom expects to 9
leave in ihe next few days for San '
Francisco where she will visit friends
for some months.
Mrs. C.udnin Thorne-Thomsen, who
is noted as a story teller to children,
is ii guest at the Alexander House
Mrs. J. S. Aiken returned home this
morning from Honolulu where she
had been visiting for several weeks.
S. Hocking, of the Paia plantation,
was a returning passenger from Ho
nolulu this morning.
Miss Frances Baldwin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin, returned
from Honolulu this morning where
she has been attending school.
Mrs. fcen Williams, of Puunene re
l timed home today from a several
weeks visit In Honolulu.
Miss Lena Waters, head of the
Associated Charities, in Honolulu, is
op Maui. She will visit here for about
Miss Eileen Walsh, of Kahului, was
a returning passenger irom tne coast
this veek where she has been in
Mis. Com Searby and Miss Marga
ret Seai by of Puunene returned this
ipoii in. i? fom a several months visit
on ihe mrinland.
Mrs. J. W. Podmore arrived this
morning Irom Honolulu to join ner
husband, who recently joined the
office staff of the H. C. & S. Co.
Mrs. F. B. Cameron returned this
morning Irom Honolulu wnere sne
utended ihe fair and visited friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rice returned
home this morning from Honolulu.
R. M. Morton, manager of the Am
erican (mi Company, is on Maui io
dav visiting the company's plant in
Rev. Rowland Ji. Dodge, who has
been attending the convention of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association in
Honolulu, will return Saturday night,
and will preach at the Wailuku
I'nion Church Sunday evening.
B. J. Bridgeford, who went lo Ho
nolulu in charge of the Lahaina com
pany of the National Guard, failed to
get his commission confirmed by the
higher authorities and as a result
found himself without a command.
He returned to Wailuku last Satur
dav. Mr. Bridgeford is in the draft
contingent, and expects to get in the I
service rhorllv in any event.
Dr. William Os-mers, of Wailuku,
was a visitor in Honolulu this week, i
W C. Moir was a passenger to Ho
nolulu by last Monday night's Mauna
A. (I. Martinson spent several days
Mn Honolulu on business the first part
of Ibis week.
Dr. Ceo. S. Aiken returned home on
Tuesday from attending tho fair in
Honolulu. Mrs. Aiken remained in
Honolulu for another week.
1'. h. Ross, until recently manager ; wail, was dissolved by mutual con
of the Wailuku Orpheum, has taken sent, and in compliance with law, the
i temporary charge of Harry Gesner s following statement is herewith filed.
(Ford automobile agency, while the! That the Partners of the said Co
llator is absent on the mainland. partnership firm at tho date of dia-
Ilollis Hardy, of Honolulu, arrived ,
on Maui this morning to visit his
parents, Mr. nnJ Mrs. F. W. Hardy,
Mrs. Sam Baldwin, of Kula, return-
ed this morning from Honolulu. I
Senator and Mrs. W. T. Robinson
are up from Honolulu this week to!
m ml a short time in tneir Whiiuku t
L. P. Judd, who has been visiting
1 is son and daughter, Robert Judd
and Mis.-s Gertrude Judd in Wailuku
for some months, left this week on
bis r turn lo the mainland.
Judge W. . McKay returned home
io Wailuku on Wednesday after spend
ing some days visiting the fair in Ho
j E. Herrick Brown, of Honolulu, but
in formerly of Haiku, c.rrived on Wed
! ni-sday for a few days business. He
expects to return home tonight.
Eight To Graduate
From High School
Third Annual Commencement To Be
Held Next Friday Night Inter
esting Program Arranged Grad
uating Dance For Saturday June 29
The graduation exercises of the
senior class of the Maui High School
will be held next week Friday, June
28. at the Paia Community House. On
account of the war the seniors are
cutting down the expenses as much
as possible and are sending out only
a few invitations to their most intim
ate friends. The exercises are public,
however, and nil friends of the school
are invited to be present at eight o'
clock. Sunday morning nt the Makawao
Union Church the Rev. Mr. Bowdisii'1
will preach the baccalaureate sermon.
Invitations have also just been sent
oul for the senior reception and dance
on the Saturday night following the
graduation. This will be held at the
I'aia Community House and Mary
Hoffmann's orchestra will be in at
tendance. The following are
the members of
David Ka poha k im oh ewa
Sanford Walker was a member of
the class until recently when he was
called to Honolulu with the national
The program for graduation exer
cises is ns follows:
1. Song, "We Love Our Land", School
2. Invocation Rev. Mr. Bowdlsh
3. Essay, "The Narrowing World"
Ruth Parker, Salutatorian
4. Song Oriet Robinson
5. Class History (Written by Sanford
Walker) Lois Murdoch
6. Essay, "Saumraiism"
Song, "Come Sweet Spring" School
8. Oration, "The Moral and Intel
j lectual Development of the Ha-
waiians ...David Kapohakimohewa
9. Song, "In Sapphire Sea"
1 Senior Class
10. Class Prophecy
11. Women and the War
1 Irene Wells, Valedictorian
12. Unfurling the School Service Flag
j (Presented by the Senior Class)
I Richard Linton.
.13. Presentation of diplomas
I Rev. Mr. Tleasant
14. National Anthems School.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. E. Scholti! and family take
this means of thanking their friends
for the many expressions of sympathy
and tokens of regard on the oc
casion of their recent bereavment.
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland B. Dodge, Minister.
Miss Mary E. Hoffmann, Organist.
Mrs. George N. Weight, Jr., Direc
tor of the Choir.
Bible School at 10:00 a. m.
Organ Recital 7:00 p. m.
Preaching service 7:30 p. m.
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
A. Craig Bowdlsh, Minister.
10:00 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning service with the
Commencement thought of "Entering
6 : 4.r Christ ian Endeavor.
fi:45 Discussion Club in the chapel
7:20 The organ will play.
7:30 Vesper service with selections
by the male quartet.
A True Patriot
"Why don't you get an alienist lo
examine your son?"
"No, sir! An American doctor is
good enough for me." Baltimore
STATEMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF
Of IIANA ICE WORKS, Hana, Coun-
ty of Maui, T. H., April 4th, 1918.
To the Treasurer of tho Territory of
This Is To Certify, That on the 4th
day oi April, 1918, the Co-partnership
firm of HANA ICE WORKS, maintain
ing and carrying on a artificial ice
manufacturing and cold storage busi
ness at Hana, in the district of Ha-
i na, County of Maui, Territory of Ha-
JOHN WYLLIE, residing at Hana,
GORDON ERRETT, residing at Ha-
Witness our hand, this 4th day of
April, A. D. 1918.
Territory of Hawaii )
County of Maui )
On this 4th day of
fore me personally
ril, 1918, be-
Wyllie and Gordon 1
rett to me
known lo be the persona
and who executed tin' ft
strument, and acknowledge
d that they
executed the same a tl'i
ir iree act
D. K. WAII
Notary Publii. Sec
(Juno 14, 21.)
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