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DAILY M.U'l M:VS. l lMDAV. 1 K 'KM I'.KW 'J!!, l't'22.
(By Miss Fiances Seibert, Director.)
Girl Scout Film Schedule
This picture will be shown on Maui
beginning January 4.
now on sale and may
from any dirt Scout.
Thursday, January 4. Spreekelsville
Friday, January 5, Wailuku.
Saturday, January (i, Kahulul.
Sunday, January 7, Kulu Sanilaiiuin.
Monday, January y, Puunene.
Tuesday, January !, l'aia.
Wednesday, January 10, Haiku.
Friday, January 12. Ikunakuupoko
Monday and Tuesday, lrvlti, I.ahai
na and 1'uukolii
lliil Scouts will liven with songs
and yells and assist the management
in t ery possible way. Let's see wha'
ou Maui (lii l Scouts can do.
New3 of the Troops
Mosi ol the Hoops are not holding
their regular meetings during the
vacation, coin- cipiiiit ly not many report.
SAVE YOUR SIGHT
Dr. A. Robarts, Optometrist, has
opened an office at h.s residence,
off Central Avenue, Wailuku
AND EYE GLASSES
Muscular treatments and diagnosis
Appointments by mail or Phone
Lahaina (Wild Rose Troop 5
"Lahuina. Dec. 27 j
"Dear Miss Seibert:
"I'm writing you these lew lines lu
let you know about our swimming
All ol' the Wild Kose Scouts im' oi.tne
of Miss Shaffer's and one ol Mrs .
Shaw's scout is doing well with the'
swimming. We all pass in some ol I
the diving and we are on the last dive !
w ith which to get our merit badge, j
"When we first learned how to swim I
Mr. McDonald taught us how to kick
correctly in the water in order to'
know how to kick when we swim and!
he taught us how to make the plain !
dive. Alter we had learned it Mr.
McDonald began us on the fancy div-1
ing. He is very good instructor and i
can sw im like a fish and do all kinds
ol fancy diving. He's teaching the
Hoy Scouts how to swim and how to
make fancy diving. i
"The Wild Hose scouts will give an
entertainment alter the new year. We
ate Riving it lor the church and we
wish all of the girl scouts could come.
The entertainment and dance will be
hive nat the Parish Hall on Januarv j
"We wish all of our sister scouts ;
a happy and joyful new year.
"From one of the Wild Rose Scouts,
M All Y MOOKINI."
Result From Contest
Of Egg Laying Hens
New Iialian Premier
Student 01 Language
Mosi of East Mvci
(Special to Dnily Maui News)
HONOULU, Dec. 27 Leaders in
the egg laying contest at Ihe end of
the eighth week are as follows:
Young Ting's white leghorns, Wai
luku. Maui, 172.
Mary M. Silva, white leghorns. Ho
j J. M. Silva, Anconas, Ilono'uln, 161.
i D. K. Smith, Makawao, Maui. K)7
! L. K. Smith, white leghorns, Maka-
Mrs. C. M. Cooke. Honolulu, while
Fisher Poultry Farm, white leg
Mrs. J. S. Donagho, while leghorns,
; Honolulu. 13!).
i Mrs. Wilcox pen of Rhode Island
Reds was the biggest producer last
week, 27 eggs and the K. Smith
'and H. I,. Chung pens were-r.ext wiih
I A slight decrease, amounting to 2. a
; per rent, under last week's score is
to be recorded in this, the eighth week
of the cunt est. the total eggs laid bv
all pens being 319 eggs as against "27
eggs laid during the previous week.
I However, the Hock average still ex-'
ceeds .In percent of the theoretical
i possible lay which may be considered
'very satisfactory, all things consider
ed. j Total feed consumed by the 75 pul
lets constituting the 15 competiting
i units during the 4 weks period end-,
j ing December 26. 1922, in comparison
(With the feed consumed during the
i previous four weeks period.
1st. 1 weeks 2nd. 4 weeks
Scratch feed 2on',2 295
Dry mash 201', WHV
Wet mash 113', 1131,
Skint milk 28S:!i 2SSS,
Green feed 525 52t
Onions 23'2 2S'H
The amounts consumed for wei
mash, skim milk and green feed ate
England Is Drinking
Less Wine These Days
LONDON, (Ly Associated Press
.Mail). London markets have been
Hooded recently by a large shipment
of champagnes and wines from France
and Spain which, however, find no
icady sale here. The wine shops of
England are already overstocked with
pre-war vintages which the merchants
are unable to dispose of. Most of
these stocks were purchased during
the war, or just after, and at high
prices, with the result that the dealers necessarily constant because hand led
ne unwnliing to lose their profit in j in limited and uniform quantities. The
ROME, (Hy Associated Press Mail)
Ilenilo Mussolini, the youthful legal
dictator of Italy, is an accomplish
linguist, liesides his mother tongue,
Italian, Jie possesses, in tiie order
nafiied, knowledge of French, German
an. I English.
lie learned French at nu early age
and he speaks it without the slight
is' accent. For some years before
i h war be was a professor of French
lil-raiure in the I'niversily of Milan.
W hile an editor on a newspaper
published in Trenlo and owned by
esare Ilathti. the Iialian patriot exe
cuted by the Auslrians during (he
In' studied German, and while
his pronounciat ion is not on a par
with his French, he has a prolound
knowledge of Goethe's tongue.
Seriously wounded during the war
lie remained two months in a hospi
tal. There, during his convalence,
he took up Ihe study of English.
"I hardly think I could qualify to
make a speech in the American Con
gross." lie said to a friend leeomly
"bit,", he added with a touch of pride,
"I read the Enirlisli newspapers thyself."
Housework is announced as a cure
for neurasthenia. We have always
suspected that, our cook was really
a duchess taking a rest cure. London
All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt upon any and all
lands owned or controlled by the Raymond Ranch without first In v
ing obtained permission In writing from the manager of paid ranci..
Said permit must be carried atll times and shown upon demanded
by any employee of the Ranch.
Any persons caught hunting on the above mentioned lands
without such permit will be prosecuted as provided for In Act. 4, S.
V. 1919, amending Section ti07 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
relative to unauthorized hunting upon private lands, and to provide
for the punishment thereof.
(SIGNED) ANGUS MCPHEE, MANAGER.
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THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
SERVICE EVERY SECOND
The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H. 2
Like Broiled Lobster?
GET IT AT
WHEN IN HONOLULU
(Sydney Short Line)
5' 2 Days to San Francisco
Arrives from San Francisco
S. S. SONOMA Dec. 25
Sails for San Francisco
S. S. VENTURA Jan. 2
For further particulars, etc.,
C. BREWER & COMPANY, (LTD.)
Phone 3889 - 327 Fort Street
Fast Freight and Express Service
order to get rid of the stocks.
Light wines, which includes clarets,
huuternes and barsacs, are sellng for
an average of four shillings six pence
(about one dollar) a quart, as com
pared with two and three shillings
before the war, and the heavier wines
are bringing more than double their
former prices. Champagnes cost
about one pound sterling a quart at
the present time, but vary widely ac
cording to the vintage.
Consumption of the wine brokers,
however, do not extend to the whis
key manufactures. Despite the loss of
a considerable export trade to the
United States, the distilleries have in
creased their output and a ready mar
ket awaits the product. In many of
the more popular brands the retail
dealers are unable to keep a supply
on hand, and the mail order business
of the distiller has doubled within the
last two years.
The price of whiskey Is higher than
ever before, twelve shillings ($2.50)
a quart being asked for the best
striking constrasts is in the relative
amounts of scratch feed and dry mash
that was consumed. It is very evident
that most of the fowls would consume
a greater amount of the grain feed
than of the dry mash were not each
pen limited to the definite amount of
5 pounds per week. With few excep
tions, the grain hoppers are emptied
before the end of the 7 days period,
when no further grain is supplied.
We are strongly of the opinion that
were unlimited grain fed, 1 lie eggs
production would be limited. This1
theory is to be tested in a separate
j feeding experiment "together with oth
jer mooted questions beginning with
the new yar. It is interested to note
that there is also fully a hundred per:
cent difference in the amount of wa
ter consumed by the different pens.
At the close of the first quarter of
the contest, a full record of all feeds
consumed will be presented witli a
careful analysis of its significance.
New Year's Costume Ball
Maui County Fair & Racing Association
SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30th
TERRITORIAL BUILDING, KAHULUI
TICKETS SI PER PERSON
MAUI'S ANNUAL BIG SOCIAL EVENT
You can generally tell the
from the butler because the
knows how to act in society.
In Ths Churches
Makawao Union Church
Sunday School. JO a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
SUITS TO ORDER
Two members of our firm have studied tailoring in Mainland schools
and hold diplomas.
KOREAN MERCHANT TAILOR CO.
PUUNENE ROAD KAHULUI P. O. BOX 40
Orders accepted for anything in Men's Clothing.
P. O. Box 86
Sundays 8 to 12 A. M.
8 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 :30 P. M.
" DR. H. K. TATEKAWA, 0. D.
Office in the Home Supply Co., building Kahulul.
Wailuku Union Church
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Rev. Augustine Jones, minister.
Rev. Fred Iiutler and his wife who1
are making a tour of the Islands un
der the direction of the Hawaiian !
Board conducting an extensive evan-.
gelistic campaign will have in charge!
both preaching services.
MAY PROSPERITY AND HEALTH ATTEND YOU AND
HAPPINESS BE YOUR LOT DURING THE COMING YEAR IS
I HE WISH WE EXTEND TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS OF THE
Maui Motors, Ltd.
Church of the Good Shepherd
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
.Morning Worship, 11 a. in.
t Charles ''illiers, rector.
Chinese Christian Church
T. K. Yee, minister.
10 a. m., Sunday School.
11 a. m., Morning Worship.
6:30 p. m.. Christian Endeavor.
Services in English and i'liinese.
The public is cordially invited.
Food to tempt the apetite of the most fistH 'ius and de
licious enough to set before a km?.
T. AH FOOK Kahului
T-a-njrn. 3J n IX XITnt " I'l n i jL.nr unnr-rrTTTr unit ii.mr iTTrrr n
YOU CAN HAVE
igfjgX American-Maid, or
Cmzzsz Cream Bread
(Made with Fleischman's Yeast)
Sent to you by Parcel's Post
AND BREAD CO.
Just give your HONOLULU
standing order to LOVE'S BISCUIT
Paia Hawaiian Proteslsn: Church
Rev. Moses M. Kahinpo. I'.-istor.
Junior Christian Eniliior ft. (to lo
Sunday School licen to M:ito.
Service 1 1 :0i to i2:0o.
Christian Endeavor :enior 1 oil to
2:00 p. m.
Every Wedn'-silay, chut'-h mci-tiu
7:30 to 8:(io.
Every Friday church .-netting 7:30
SERVICE IN THE CATHOLIC
St. Anthony's Church
Rev. Father Justin, l'a.sto.-.
Masses 8 and lit a. 1,1.
Our Lady of Victory Church
Rev. Father lirunn.
Masses 8 and lo -i. tit.
Happy New Year
ON THE EVE OF THE COMING OF ANOTHER YEAR WE EX
TEND TO ALL OUR MAUI FRIENDS THE WISH THAT THE
ROAD OF LIFE WILL PROVE SMOOTH TO wOU AND THAT
HEALTH, PROSPERITY, JOY AND HAPPINESS MAY BE YOUR
ATTENDANTS ON THE JOURNEY.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.