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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918.
New Scout Masters
For Maui Are Named
Important Meeting Of Boy Scout
Council Decides To Keep Up Work
Charter Renewal Ordered
Mosquito Campaign To Taken Up
A special mooting of the Maui
Council of tho Boy Scouts of America
was held nt tho Alexander Settlement
House on laBt Tuesday, there being
present the following members: Dr.
V. 15. Baldwin, Dr. O.smers, Commis
sioner Chas. I'uck, O. J. Whitehead,
A. B. Low, L. B. Kaumeheiwa, and V.
The meeting was called to order by
tho president and the minutes of the
previous mooting was read and adopt
ed without correction.
A report from Commissioner Chas.
Tuck was presented and read In
which he presented an outline of the
work done by him since his appoint
ment, also making certain recom
mendations as to renewal of the char
ter and letters of appreciation to
those persons who have recently act
ed as scout masters to-wit:Messers.
Manuel Joceph, J. N. Souza, and Frank
Crockett; motion by Mr. Whitehead
and seconded by Mr. Low that the
Secretary prepare these letters.
The report was generally discussed
with favorable comment as to the re
sults obtained during the past few
The report further recommended
the appointment of scout masters to
fill the present vacancies now exist
ing. Motion by Mr. Whitehead and sec
onded by Dr. Osmers, that the follow-
Ine Dersons recommended for tne
foregoing positions: Mr. Cockett, of
Honokahua; M. S. Pacheco, of Wailu-
ku: Wilson Montgomery, of Wailuku
and John M. Brown, of Camp One,
i rtwitr Commtsslone for centwa row-
Ckotlon by Dr. Osmers aad seconded
1&5..K! W U A ,1
The recommendation of the report
ns to renewinc ths charter was taken
up nnd on motion of Mr. Low and
seconded by Dr. Osmers it was voted
to instruct the treasurer to send the
required amount of funds to secure
The names of the following persons
were presented for membership sub
ject to their acceptance:
Rev. E. E. Pleasant, Kahulul.
M. S. Pacheco, Wailuku.
Wilson Montgomery, Wailuku.
Judge L. L. Burr, WsilttKu.
E. R. Bevins, Wailuku. -..
W. A. Baldwin, Haiku.
A. F. Tavares, Paia.
Dr. Durney, Waiakoa, Kula.
Geo. Copp, Waiakoa, Kula.
Mr. Coursen. Waiakoa, Kula.
Remarks on the general condition
of the council were taken up and the
following matters were under consid
(1) Mosquito campaign by the boy
scouts in the district or waituKU. Mr
Puck was advised to take this matter
up with Health Officer Osmer.
(2) The matter of holding quart
erly meetings of the council; a motion
was made by Mr. Whitehead ana sec
onded by Dr. Osmer that the next
meeting be held within tne nrst tort
night preceding the 15th of Novem
ber, 1918, and each quarter thereafter
as herein above stated, such meeting
to be called by the president.
Wednesday, August 7th .
3:00 P.M. Girls Gym.i Class, .v y
cuu v. sa.. mien Buytii viuib. . ,
Thursday, 'Aagustt 8tnV . 1 Vs-
1:30 P. M. Hoy -Class.
7(00, P;. Jl.--, Women's Gym. Class
Friday,, August 9th
1:30 P. M. All Boys Class.
7:00 P.M. Basket Ball:
St. Anthony vs. Wailuku Gym.
Kahulul vs. Cubs.
Saturday, August 10th
9:00 A. M. Junior Girls Class.
1:30 P. M. Intermediate Boys
Sunday. August 11th
1:30 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. All Boys
Monday, August 12th
2:45 P. M. Japanese Girls Class.
3:30 P. M. Junior Girls Class.
7:00 P. M. Boys Class.
Tuesday, August 13th
1:30 P. M. Japanese Boys, Juniors
7:30 P. M. Women s Class.
MAUI CASES IN SUPREME COURT
The following cases from Maul are
on the supreme court calendar for
hearing this week:
Territory of Hawaii vs. Alfred Fer
nandez, exceptions from circuit court,
Ooauty of Maui vs. Mary do Rego,
et al., error to circuit court second
Territory of Hawaii vs. Sam Pupil
hi, exceptions from circuit court, sec
In the matter of the petition of Ma
ry Ah Sam tor support of her bastard
child, error to circuit court, second
circuit. James Akina, plalntiff-in-er-
K. AkaHuka vs. W. A. McKay, er
ror to circuit court, first circuit.
In the nutter of the settlement of
the boundaries of one part of the Ahu-
puaa of Psuinau, appeal from the
commissioner of boundaries, second
David K. Kahaulelio vs. Beke Ihihi
et al., error to circuit court, second
. E. Societies Give
$100 For Red Cross
Entered Of Record
The Christian Endeavor societies of
Maui, in turning over to tho Red
Cross $100 recently collected, express
ed the sentiments of the organization
in the following letter:
Headquarters of Christian Endeavor
Societies of Maui County, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, Aug. 1, 1918.
Mrs. Harold Rice,
Treasurer Red Cross, Maui County.
Enclosed please find check for On
Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for the Red
At the convention of all the Chris
tian Endeavor Societies of Maul Cou.i-
ty, Territory of Hawaii, comprising
the Islands of Maui, Molokal, ar.d
Lanal, held last March, 1918, at the
Kaahumanu Church, Wailuku, Maui,
the Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa, pres'-
dent, presiding, a resolution was in
troduced and unanimously adopted
calling upon all the olllcers and mem
bers of all the various organizations
of this County to exert their utmost
in aiding the United States govern
ment and hei Allies in their win it ml
philanthropic measures, both a home
and at the various war fronts, and 10
do all in their power to help destroy,
iinnihilate, and eradicate from this
beautiful earth of ours the brutish
hellish aims and ambitions of the
kaiser, a descendant of "The S 'ourge
of God", as his progenitor Attlta the
linn was styled and whose numo in
spired terror in Europe during the
fifth century, or "Wilhelm tho Damned-'
as Col. George Harvey, America's
oremost living editor, calls him, to-
rether with his llendU'i militaristic
war-lords, the most savage and feroci
ous band of bar'JUt" m invaders ever
resurrected from ;ho regions ' oyonrt
the Styx and the Inferno, i o that the
peoples of this rai'.h, tile deluded
Germans included, may again be per
mitted to enjoy peacefully and with
out molestation the blessings of an
united aivd. hucBionious -world,' and lp
this end the following twenty p. .
iwmvAl, 1500 ; making; 9C ' O fce I
Hundred Collars tor -tne ilea .urogpi
Fiiid . it? v - -' -' ;
Kti 8otTCamp. one sprecKeis-.
ville Sr., Camp Five Puunene Sr.,
Waikapu Sr., Keawalai (Makena) Sr.,
Wainee both Senior and Juniors, (La
haina), Honokohau Sr., Kaanapali Sr.,
and Jr., Kaupo Sr., Hana Sr., Huelo
Sr., Wailuku (Kaahumanu) Sr., and
Jr., Haiku Sr., Paia Sr., Paihiihi Sr.,
Kaluaaha Sr. and Kalaiakamanu (Ka-
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Treasurer C. E. Societies
"..... ' Maul, County.
Donation Is Appreciated
The following. letter oi appreciation
was written by Mrs. Rice treasurer
of the Red Cross for Maui:
The American Red Cross Hawaiian
Ancr 3. 1918.
Mr. James N. KTlveblaj " "
Treas. Christian Endeavor Society,
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Dear Mr. Keola:
The Maul Branch of the American
Red Cross acknowledges with thanks
the check for $100.00 from the Chris
tian Endeavor Societies of Maul Coun
ty. We very much appreciate the
generous action taken by the Chris
tian Endeavor Societies of Maul Cotn-i
ty in sending us this large donatio
Will you convey the sincere UiantuF
of the Maul Branch of the American
Red Cross to the twenty Christian
Endeavor Societies who subscribed
Klhel Senior, Camp One Spreckles-
ville Sr., Camp Five Puunene Sr., Wai
kapu Sr., Keawalai (Makena) Sr.,
Wainee (Lahaina) both Sr., and Jr
Honokohau Sr., Kaanapali -Sr., and.
Jr., Kaupo Sr., Hana Sr. J tluelo . Sn
Wailuku (KaahumaJMVSr.v'fattd Jr.,
Haiku SrTaia Sr.. IPaiblilu 8r;, Ka-
luafeka 8r. and Kalaiakamanu (Kau
( . -
JOSEPH M AMBROSE & WF to Ak
onl Keaka, V4 lnt in pes land, Apr
13, 1918. $100.
MANOEL JACINTHO & WF to Joe
S Guerilho, pc land, Kaupakalua,
Hamakualoa, Maui, Mar 30, 1918.
C Y CHOW to J N S Williams, Grs
2621, 2GG7 and Kul 6923, Hana,
Maui, Aug 3, 1918. $575.
KAMI I'WEKOOLANI to A. F. Ta
vares, Gr. 413 Kamaole, Kula, Maui,
Julv 1, 1918. $100.
HERMAN LAKE & WF. to Robert
K. Wilcox, int. in por. R. P. 6343
Kul. 3295, Kalua, Wailuku, Maui,
Julv 29, 1918. $1.
ROBERT K. WILCOX to Mary M.
Lake, int. in por. R. I'. 6345, Kul.
3295, Kalua, Wailuku, Maui, July
29, 1918. $1.
MANUEL N. CALASA to Marcellino
N. Calasa, 1 A land (Waiakoa, Kula,
Maui, June 25, 1918. $55.
KAAEA to Carlo! Davion. Vfc int. in
C.r. 3030, Lanai, Oet. 29, 1912. $inn.
JAY HOY to C. Y. Chow, Grs. 2621
2(i67 & Kul. 6923, Hana. Maui, July
22, 1918. $550.
D. M. KALANA & WF. to R. A. Ilrnm
mond, int. in 2 A of Gr. 1835, Niu
malu, Hana, Maui, July 30, 1918.
S.tuAII MOOKINI & HSU. et. als. to
Lahaina Agrctl. Co., Ltd., 24-100 A
of Ap. 5 R. P. I860 Kul. C0G1, Ka
huna Vnllev, Lahaina, Maui, July
26, 1918. $100.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN GARAGE, Ltd.,
to Wailuku, Soda & lee Works, Ltd.
to Bell for $3055.29, Mooreland
Truck, Maui, Apr. 25, 1918. $700.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN GARAGE, LTD.,
to K. Shimoto, to sell for $924 Chev
rolet Automobile, Maui, July 22,
DAVID KENOLIO to S. Kanazaki, to
sell for $900, kiawe wood and bean
crops on Lot 1 Waiohuli-Keokea
Beach Ix)ts, (Kula,) Maui, Feb. 1,
. .IS J 8. GOO. . .
hdOLn'lCiLW iinazaki; f-Q
DECK PASSENGERS MUST
NOW HAVE PERMIT
FROM DRAFT BOARD
Hereafter nil male deck passengers
on inter-island boats leaving tho is
land, will bo required to have a per
mit signed by the local draft board
before they may take passage. This
order has boon issued from draft
headquarters and is designed to en
able the board to keep track of all
eligible to the draft regardless of how
much they may travel among the islands.
Send the home paper every
week to YOUR SOLDIER. He
will appreciate it as much as
anything you can do for him.
Besides it is a patriotic service.
We will see that the paper
reaches him regularly if you
give us his address. Subscrip
tion to MAUI NEWS, $2.50 the
year; $1.25, 6 months; 75 cents,
Honolu'o Wholesale Produce
ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL
j icrops on Loit, -VV'av.ntaui-KCCX
Beach LotsJ (Kuia), '.An. TFfc t.
h (1918. ' $500.-. V -
kiawe wood on Lot 13, Waiohului
Keokea Beach Lots, (Kula), Maui,
Mar. 14, 1918. $270.
DAVID NAPAHUELITA to S. Kanazi
ki, to cell for $325 kiawe wood and
bean crops, on Lot 14, Waiohului
Keokea Beach Lot Tract, (Kula),
Maui, Feb. 1, 1918. $200.
Week ending, August 5, 1918.
Small consumers cannot buy at these
Island butter, lb 50 to .60
Eggs, select, (loz 70
Eggs. No. 1. doz 68
Eggs, Duck, doz 55
50 to .55
Hen!-., lb ;
Ducks, Muse, lb
Ducks, Pekin, lb
Ducks, Haw. doz
Vegetables and Produce.
Moans, string, green, lb 04
B.'iin?, string, wax, lb 04 V4
Beans, lima, in pod, lb 04
Means, calico, cv.t 10 50 to 11.00
Means, Maui, red, cwt. .. 9.50 to 10.00
Beans, small white, cwt 11.00
Cabbage, cwt 04 to .05
FifnJ4aw.Ug .ton 85.00
bi&ifao bcV ! 30
Carrots, doz-benty? A. . . s . . . . i AO
juh:n iiuurii io H. JiannssaKi, to bghj uucumDers, aoz. . au w fv
BANK OF MAUI, Ltd.
WAILUKU PAIA LAI IAIN A.
of Condition at the close of Business, June 29th,- 1918.
RESOURCES m ) .-
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $643,736.01
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 10,815.54
Bonds and Securities 312,443.67
Commercial Paper 18,363.17
Real Estate ami Banking Premises 16,(00.00
Furniture and I'i.V.uics 7,700.00
War Savings and Thrift Stamps 2,434.87
Capital Stock Paid In $150,000.00
Surplus and Profits 25,003.32
Due to Banks 05,12.24
Dividends Unpaid 4,500.00 '
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Man ) ss '
I, C. D. Lttfkin, Vice-President and Manager of the ahovc named
Bank, do solemnly swear, that the aloe statement is true, to the Lest .
of my knowledge and belief. i
C. D. LUEKIN, 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.
. . Those Who Travel
By Mauna Kea,' Aug. 2 P. H.
Townsley, Mr. Waiaholo, E. E. Boy
iim, Mrs. J. A. Gannon, Master Gan
non', Miss M. Pole, Miss M. Bege, Ray
mond Bege, Mrs. Louisa Talent,
Hennig, Mr. and Mrs. Shimaboko, S.
Yamagata, Mrs. Tasukl, Mrs. Tatsumi,
Mr. and Mrs. Fujitanl and children,
K. Kawahara, T. Ogino, Ogita, G. Tat
sutani, S. Kuroda, Mr. ana Mrs. Y.
Suehiro and child, S. Nishimura. Tat
amoto, S. Arakaki, C. It. Halton, Ka
neshiro, J. M. Lee, C. Wr. Durant, Miss
Bernice Collins, A. C. Halton, Kane
Shiro, J. M. Lee, C. W. Durant, Miss
Bernice Collins, A. C. Linklater, Mrs.
MIyake and 2 children. Judge L. L.
Bur jCn pf LjnfkJn.. .
By'Maurta1''Kea, August 5, from
Maui Takahashi, H. Tokunaga, Mrs.
John Hose, Miss G. Buchanan, Mrs.
Rose Mookini, S. K. YamotoJC.Jtfi
yamoto,"Mr8, Rose Akaha. " " '
ou object to having your1!
(Sd.) CHARLOTTE B. RICE,
CitMinB: cwt. . .4.00. to E.00
Green peppers, bell, U). r.T. . . jD7
Green peppers, chill 06
Potatoes, Is., Irish, cwt. . .2.50 to 3.00
f'otatnes sweet, cwt 1.75 to 1.85
Tomatoes, lb 03 to .04
Taro, bunch 15
Tomatoes, lb 03 to 04
Green peas, lb 12
Pumpkin, lb 01 V4 to .02
Bananas, Chinese, lb 01
Bananas, cooking, bch 1.25
Figs, 100 90
Limes, 100 70
Pineapples, cwt 1.50 to 1.25
Papalas, lb 01V4 to .01
Strawberries, lb 20 to .25
Cattle and sheep are not bought at
live weight. They are slaughtered
and paid for on a dressed weight
Hobb, up to 150 lb 20 to .22
Beer, lb. 14 to .15
Veal, lb 14 to .15
Mutton, lb 18 to .20
Pork, lb 25 to .27
Hides, Wet Salted.
Steer, No. 1, lb ;,. .15
Steer, No. 2,-4b 13
Steer, hair clip, 10
Kips, lb t.. 13
Goat white 30 to .40
Corn, sin. yel. ton ... 105.00 to 97.00
Corn, lg. yel. ton 100. 00 to 90.00
Corn cracked, ton 105.00 to 97.50
Bran, ton 65.00
Barley, ton 70.00 to 73.00
Scratch food, ton 105.00 to 100.00
Middling, ton 67.50
Hay wlieatajfiViifc. a . 4S.0f) to 52.00
Hay alfalfa, ion ...... 4!.CC to 47.50
Barley middling, ton i T1.60 U 66.00
Plant of the Wailuku Soda & Ice Works, Ltd.
Installed by The Automatic Refrigerating Col
View showing the machinery in the new ice plant which was completed last week and which began turn
g out ice the first of the month. The plant has a capacity of 8 tons of ice per day. It was installed by
, L. Burgess, district manager of the refrigerating company.
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