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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUI,Y 5, 1918.
Maui Men With Flag
Head Draft Parade
(Continued from rage One.)
li'iidi il l lie in oi'psslon which inarch
ed fiiol lo the national Ruard armory
and li.tcr hack to Fort Armstrong,
vIhto tin- men are being supplied
with uniforms and equipment and gi
ven their fk'st li ssons as soldiers.
Due to the preparation of the local
draft hoard, everything is working
most smoothly. The second delega
t ion of S6 men left by Wednesday
night's Claudine. Of these 37 were
from liana, and 17 from Lahaina.
Harm Grief Stricken
It was a tearful farewell that was
accorded the liana hoys. When the
Claudine left liana Wednesday morn
ins almost all of the population of the
district was gathered at the landing
to say farewell to its boys. It was
the first time that, many of the young
lellows had ever been away from
home, and the breaking of home ties
in many instances was very hard.
The reverse was true at Lahaina,
for instance. Here the people are
more used to traveling, and the part
ing with their sons did not seem so
irrm icable as it did to the liana folk.
While the big crowd waited at the
Lahaina landing for the Claudine,
there was a constant singing of pa
triotic songs and much laughter and
Big Send-Off At Kahulul
llefore the boys left the Wailuku
armory last Saturday evening, they
were each given a white armlet bear
ing the word Maui in gold letters, to
identity them until they were proper
ly settled in the Oahu camp. Sheriff
Crowell made the boys a little talk,
in which he assured urged them to
uphold the good name of Maui, and
insuring them that the good wishes
of everyone on Maui would go with
them wherever duty called them. The
boys were in high spirits.
Another big crowd gathered at the
Knhultii wharf to say good-bye to the
Tlie Japanese of central Maui were
especially demonstrative in their fare
well at Kahului, and each of the Jap
anese members of the delegation was
presented with a wrist watch by their
I'minene friends just before they
boarded the steamer.
Smythe Heads Second Bunch
Sheriff Crowell entrusted the sec
ond delegation, which went down on
Wednesday evening, to George
Smythe, of Huelo. He was supplied
with (he record cards of his men, and
The third lot will leave tomorrow
night from Kahului.
The following is a list of those who
will leave tomorrow evening and of
those who will leave next Wednesday.
To Leave Tomorrow
1593 Gregorio Manitag, Lahaina.
1614 Louis Cerao, Kahului.
1C27 Nee Chan Hong, Kailua.
1G32 Koichi Konishi, Wailuku.
1648 Bruno Corpus, Wailuku.
1G53 Candido Kanape, Wailuku.
1C81 Mitsu Tokunaga, Kahului.
1C92 Gregorio Kalimpo, Lahaina.
1700 I'eter Alameida, Kahului.
1712 Luciano Villerde, Olowalu.
1718 Lorenzo Paepul, Puunene.
1720 Jacintho Misiano, Kahului.
1721 Leoneio Domingo, Haiku.
1750 Sorgio Owacan, Haiku.
175G Joe Terreira, Kaupakalua.
1780 Fausto Oesis, Haiku.
1784 Uegalo Santiago, Wailuku.
1796 Fred Murphy, Keahua.
1799 Joe Tavares, Jr., Makawao.
1802 Felipi Vilamiwa, Ukimalu.
1812 Kiyoyuku Sato, Lahaina.
1823 Mariano Malasarte, Hamakua
poko. 1830 Chung K. Lee, Kahului.
1869 Tresona Antonio Salvador, Pe-
1873 Antonio Fernandez, Peahl.
1878 Kapelia Makalili, Makawao.
1900 John Nunes Calasa, Makawao.
1901 Juan Iiazarti Claro, Puukolii.
1902 Andres IJalalso, Lahaina.
1911 Espredion Montibon, Paia.
1914 Shephen Sison, Paia.
1917 Necumedes Sundeta, Camp 2,
1950 Simeon Kelisen, Camp 10, Pu
unene. 19C2 Kvaristo Adaro, Wailuku.
1968 Yoshiya Ikida, Wailuku.
2004 Werner Scott, Kahului..
2018 Teodoro Reyes, Puunene.
2026 Francisco Homoad, Puukolii.
2034 William McLeish Philip, Paia.
2045 Kim Wo Char, Wailuku.
20.r.9 August Miniz, Kahului.
2064 Ung Mau Kin, Camp 8, Puunene
2066 Francisco Galleto, Wailuku.
2070 Noichi Walanabe, Wahikull.
2108 Antonio Corpuz, Lahaina.
2127 You Fook Robert Shim, Waia
koa. 2137 Pedro Caloro, Camp 4, Puunene
2155 Moises Estacio, Olowalu.
2158 Keizo Sakata, Wailuku.
21 59 Pedro Villariasa, Tuukolii.
2200 Calisto Marnaril, Puunene.
2214 Gregorio Del Prado, Puukolii.
2216 Tomas Salvador, Paia.
2247 In Kyang Kim, Waihee.
2274 Isame Ching Howe, Paia.
2H15 ltuenaventuru Celeste, Lahaina
236S Semon Tescuzo, Camp 4, Puu
nene. 2378 George Naliikipi Smythe, Huelo
2397 Domingo Cavalho, Spanish
2412 John Gomes, Keahua.
2419 Kalino Dela Cruz, t'lumalu.
2161 Naro Ranycol, Camp 9, ruune-
2473 Sixto Ansorez, Puukolii.
2194 Elbert Taylor Gillen, Paia.
2508 Kim Chang Soo, Camp 3, Puu
nene. 2512 Shigeo Tashiro, Wailuku.
2523 Filiciano Abul, Kahulul.
2562 Felistano Serbantes, Wahikull.
2567 Andres Tloriano, Wahikuli.
2573 Torobio Suyat, Puunene.
2576 Taro Yamaichi, Lahaina.
2580 James Napaepae, Lahaina.
2589 Masae Ikehara, Kiawe Camp,
2599 Tomoto Obana, Huelo.
2624 Jerciana Garaisa, Camp 10, Pu
unene. 2626 Kiyoshige Abe, Wailuku.
2632 Apalanoneo Dernas, Camp 10,
264." Nakario Albios, Wahikull.
2676 Pedro Arola, Waikapu.
2682 Alehandro Gabriel, Lahaina.
2684 Romualdo Alejo, Puukolii.
2693 Florencio C. Exmundo, Haiku.
2708 Kesayoshi Senzaki, Lahaina.
2714 Sabio Morada, Keahua.
2719 Ernest Perine Baldwin, Wailu
ku. 2725 John Soares, Wailuku.
List To Sail Next Wednesday
1594 Rasilio Giebara, Kipahulu.
1012 John Cockett, Tukoo.
1734 Mizuo Kono, Nahiku.
1800 William Issac Kaai, Pukoo.
1828 Oscar H. McCorriston, Kamalo.
1867 Macario Salis, Hana.
1885 Vicenta Hulira, Kipahulu.
1595 Vicente Dela Cruz, Hana.
1937 Teodorico Costeleon, Hana.
1991 Ah Moon Aipa, Pukoo.
2074 Rasilio Reyes, Hana.
2104 Quirino Macida, Hana.
2175 Selestino Manatad, Hana.
2225 James M. Izumi, Hana.
2359 Ambrosio Roma Santa, Kipahu
lu. 2440 Joseph B. Fassoth, Kipahulu.
2465 Domingo Gambi, Hana.
2469 Sotero Delacrus, Kipahulu.
2497 Dionisio Valena, Hana.
2502 Dalmacio Abillar, Hana.
2511 Sabino Calaycay, Hana.
2527 Floro Cailand, Hana.
2557 Pedro Sessan, Hana.
2726 Kim Chung Sup, Kahului.
2732 Sam K. Kekino, Kaunakakal.
2750 TJavid Keola, Waihee.
2771 Yosaki Sotsuda, Paia.
2780 Roflno Dela Cruz, Camp 2, Pu
unene. 2790 Peter Pulanco, Camp 9, Puu
nene. 2793 Francisco Patseko, Camp 10,
2799 Mariano D. Batallones, Haiku.
2807 Pantso Nacibor, Hana.
2824 Samuel J. McCorriston, Pukoo.
2833 Domingo A. P. Niban, Lahaina.
2837 Hirojl Onomea, Camp 1, Puu
nene. 2844 Kama Apo, Wailuku.
2846 Cayetano Mercado, Waiehu.
2858 Sam Aalona, Kipahulu.
2862 Victor Adam, Puukolii.
2869 Augustine Manahito, Kahulul.
2878 Punohu Kula, Waiehu.
2879 Sixto Gabin, Wailuku.
28S1 Victoriano Kilpio, Hana.
2888 Federino Tapat, Camp 4, Puu
nene. 2894 Pedro Daru, Olowalu.
2910 Kim Hung Sam, Honolua.
2913 Tatsushi Saito, Camp 2, Puu
nene. 2921 Ruperto Pamlaran, Paia.
2922 Stephen Rodrigues, Wailuku.
2930 Felix Delacros, Puukolii.
2931 Mouro Panahon, Camp 3, Puu
2949 Toshi Tokunaga, Kahulul.
2954 Pedro Malsarte, Lahaina.
2961 Sacarias Garcia, Hana.
2968 Kim Choo Hal, Camp 1, Puu
nene. 2970 Semon Cabasa, Hana.
2989 Pascual Garcia, Paia.
3002 Phidel Matorigen, Puukolii.
3005 Porcobio Garllado, Wailuku.
3006 Paulino Romas, Haiku.
3011 Albino Hadi, Puukolii.
3112 Cibero Racilis, Lahaina.
3024 Luis Valencian Salva, Camp 3,
' 3031 Maximo Reltram, Lahaina.
3039 Perfecto Sousa, Paia.
3052 Cibio Castor, Hana.
3075 Julian Bengerl, Kihel.
3087 Pablo Bamboa, Kipahulu.
3088 Seberino Cabarnal, Lahaina.
3102 Alverto Poster, Paia.
3116 Cornelio Aral, Hamakuapoko.
3131 Francisco Carbahal, Peahl.
3142 Frank Freitas, Makawao.
3165 Candido Roma, Hana.
3173 Juan Partoda, Keahua.
3177 Francisco Snares, Keahua.
3193 Pederico Carion, Lahaina.
3208 Anastasio Bularon, Hamakua
poko. 3216 Choi Wal Pong, Honolua.
3223 Roman Solis, Waikapu.
3225 Anastacio Manas, Hana.
3230 Yosto Yamamoto, Pukoo.
3240 Florencio Lesondra, Paia.
3255 Pedro Enriquez, Lahaina.
Your Pledge is GOOD
!ut the Cash is BETTER
President Wilson says
Buy Thrift Stamps!
He speaks to YOU,
Our Patriotic Duty.
to ME, to EVERY
3261 Frank Kuanoni, Olowalu.
3265 Juan Decipallo, Waihee.
591 Nakashima Itaro, Nahiku.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
All men subject to the Draft Call
on July 1st, 1918, will be compelled
to bring with them to their respective
Local Boards, all their Selective Ser
vice Registration Cards, particularly
A Lawn Mower that has been well tried and stood the test is
the mower to buy. You need not look further. The Pennsyl
vania has been in use here for years, and they are still in use
on all our Parks, Lawns and School Grounds.
We carry a full line.
PENNSYLVANIA JR. B. B.
PENNSYLVANIA GREAT AMERICAN
PENNSYLVANIA RED CLOUD
Write us if you are interested.
Grass Catchers to fit all mowers; Grass and Hedge Shears;
Garden tools of all kinds.
Lewers Jf Cooke, Ltd.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS
169-177 So. King Street : : HONOLULU
BANK OF MAUI, Ltd.
WAILUKU PAIA LAHAINA.
of Condition at the close of Business, June 29th, 1918.
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $643,736.01
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 176,815.54
Bonds and Securities 312,443.67
Commercial Paper ' 18,363.17
Real Estate and Banking Premises 16,600.00
Furniture and Fixtures 7 ,700.00
Leasehold ' 800.00
War Savings and Thrift Stamps 2,434.87
Capital Stock Paid In $15?'-
Surplus and Profits 2'06
Due to Banks ('&7l
Dividends Unpaid ' ,4'59X
Deposits . . ' 934.167.70
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Mau )
I, C. D. Lufkin, Vice-President and Manager of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear, that the above statement is true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1918.
HENRY C. MOSSMAN,
Notary Public, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Sfime tJableJCahutui Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 3
5 233 20
3 ,3 7
5 10 3 07
S 09,3 05
5 "op 55
4 5;a 53
1 25 8 42
I 15!8 3
L" vSpreck- "A
j' elaville "j
U" Hania "A
4 S'a 47
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
4 4a 35
i ' - - j
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
8 I 2 4
rmtntir ! T miijK lituc STATIONS jiltllel fiHinir PucH
: ZZ-ZZI. ?!!!lL..Kahulul..Ai
2 50 6 00 .0 A..Puunene..L 2.5 22 3 15
3 00 6 10 2.5 I 0 12 3 05
1. AH trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays,
at 6:30 s. m., arriving at Kahulul at 5:60 a. m., and connecting, with
the 8:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of pergonal baggage will be carried free
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
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. 0.
No. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
AUTO PARTS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL MAKES OF MACHINES
Tires, Tubes, Gasoline, Oil, Accessories of
Uchida Auto Supply Store
PHONE, UCHIDA, MARKET STREET, WAILUKU.
i their Final Card, If they have recelv
I ed one. It Is imperatively necessary
that these cards be in the possession
! of the drafted man when lie reaches
his Local Board for purposes of
checking up the Draft records, as
i well as turning over the same to the
Mustering Officer at Fort Armstrong,
T. II. at the time of mobilization.
' H. GOODING FIELD,
Captain, Q. M. R. C, In Charge of
Selective Draft, Territory of Hawaii.
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P M P M P M
1 3"3 35 J 31
1 4o 3 45 j 41
1 4 3 47
' 52j3 57
1 53 3 5
2 05 4 10
2 07 4 12
2 144 If
a 25 4 30
a 3M 35