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WAILUKU,. MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, i909
NUMBER 4 1
Originality Reflects Credit
on those Responsible.
Honolulu, November 20. With
thirty-eight candidate." to lend to
the sacrifice-and mysteries of the
temple, the Nobles of the Mystic;
Shrine, took possession of the main
streets of the city at 2. o'clock this
afternoon. " In full panapoly and
Hashing scimitars the Shriners be
gan their parade from the Here
tania avenue" entrance to the
Knights of Pythias hall, the lino
of inarch being on Fort street to
King to the Capitol, thence to King
to Aluken to Bcretania and back to
the starting point.
The Shriners marched with the
Arab Patrol baud and the Arab
patrol was in line, full strength
under the command of Sam John
son who put the .Nobles through
their fancy drilling stunts for the
edilicatiun of the multitude that
thronged the sidewalks along the
line of march. Shriners are not
known for a lack of origjnality
and today's parade reflected credit,
on those whose fingers have been
working merrily in preparing for
the proper schooling to the thirty
eight aspiring and trembling can
didates. The high ollicers of the order of
the Fez were all in line, Potentate
Charles Ci. Bock us being followed
by the chief rabban, Robert W.
Breckons, accompanied by James
S. MoCandlees, assistant rabban.
Noxt camo the high priest and the
prophet, Arthur G. Ilodeins and
following was Charles G. Bartlett,
oriental guide. Next came Frank
E. Richardson, marshal and Geo.
II. Angus, director. The alchemist,
II. J. Grindell and E. Munro, past
chemist, were next following in
the line of march was Christian
Storm, standard bearer and in his
train was the camel, assistant
director. Following came the
-nobles by twos, the ceremonial
masters, the diagon and the Arab
Patrol under command of Samuel
Johnson and linally the policemen,
novices more policemen and the
The feature of tho parade was
the drill of tho Arnb patrol in
Union Square. Sam Johnson,
who commanded ths Arab patrol
that Went from Hawaii to the Los
Angeles conclave, brought the men
up to a high standard of efficiency
and the drill in- Union Square was
the most interesting feature of the
The services were led off by the
Dam family, consisting pf L. M.
Whitohouso, contractor of the Nuu
anu Dam, as Dam, S. S. Paxton as
Mrs. Dam, and P. F. Bosecrans as
Baby Dam. Cecil Averdam had
to play the humble part of the
A. II. Hobart, connected with
the dredging operations in the har
bor, 'dragged a small dredger
through tho streets, his task being
to give an illustration of making a
canal along the linn of march. Bay
Jones appeared as Moanalua, bear
ing a placard upon his back label
ed "Tee He.'' Charles 1!. Fraziot
of iiilvnrtiHiiiL' fame, anneared as
- o I 1 i "
an animated or human billboard,
to wmch no aestnotic meinoer oi a
civic art organization could find
nliii'otinn. 1 A Batchulnr was a
good old-fashioned corn doctor,
bearing the legeneil "l mow, they
go so do I."
Tlnt-rv Hnnis tried to look
natural in a tailor-made convict's
suit. W. L. Decoto inarched in the
guise of a butcher. George Free-
land, the giant hotel man from La
Packed House Greets Musical
The concert and sale given at the
Alexander House last Saturday
evening by the Women's Guild of
the Church of the Good Shepherd
was a decided success, financially
Ther was a large gathering to
listen to the concert and the various
soloists were roundly encored. Tho
violin solo by Mr. Pogue was well
applauded as were also the solos by
Miss Leij'Ji, Miss Balcom and Miss
Center, 'l he trio consisting of Mr.
Pogue, violin, Mr. Lufkin, cornet
and Miss Mary Hoffman as pianist
was well received.
After the concert two cakes, one
containing a gold thimble and the
other a gold ring with a jade set
were sold at auction, Mr. Lufkin
"acting as Auctioneer. The cake
containing the thimble was bought
by the auctioneer and the other was
sold to Mr. 1). C. Lindsay for $21.
These articles were donated by II.
F. Wichman the Honolulu jeweler.
The people then repaired to the
rooms where many useful articles
were being sold. The prices being
reasonable they were sold fast.
Ice cream, coiTee, and refresh
ments were also served, and assisted
materially toward swelling tho re
About 500 was realized which
will be used toward the new church
haina, made a good Happy Hooli
gan, and Hugh Unwell was rigged
as a Chinese mandarin. W. R.
Coombs held the umbrella over the
august cranium of Potentate
Bockus, Lieutenant D. F. Quin
tan and Merle Johnson tried to
ride fractious and coltish hobby
horses. J. M. Mackinnon looked
natural in kilts. John Marcallino
was attired as a Chinese mandarin.
ll looked natural, but could not
keep his queue on straight.
Tho new features of ths Shriuer
parade aie the Ar.ib patrol band
and the Chinese dragon.
This morning Potentate Bockus
received a cablegram from E 0.
Crown at Cheyenne, Wyo., reading:
"Aloha Nui. With you in spirit
today." The cablegram also bore
the name of Ileastand.
The ceremonial session concludes
at 7 this evening, and at 8:80 the
Nobles assemble at the Young for
the banquet. No tiir.e has been
(ixed for the hour of adjournment.
The list of candidates is as fol
lows; John Henry Pascoe, Dennis Pat
rick Quintan, George Scott Wright,
William N. Petersen, James Edger
tou Hamilton, Harold Vaughn
Patten, David Arthur McNamara,
Norval Beam Young, Walter Rol
and Coombs, Hugh Howell, George
Freeland, William Lowriu Decoto,
Harry Christian Bruns. Frank
Augustus Batchelor. Charles Russet
Frazier, Raymond William Jones,
Glenn Smith Iiurrell, Louis Meiu
Whitehouse, William II. Bennett,
John Marcallino, Benjamin Frank
lin Dillingham, Alexander Smart
Young, Merle McNaghton Johnson,
Arthur Harold Hobart, Frank Ed
ward Howes, John Marr Mackin
non, George Horatio Richardson,
Arthur Frederick Wall, Sumner
Swisher Paxton, Carl Averdam,
Fred Parshall Rosecrans, Otto Arno
Bierbach, Perloy Leonard Home,
James Harris Mackenzio, Joseph
Dores Marques, Edward Bates
Rlanchard, Charles Bon, George
Tax Collector Busy. Shriners
George Dunn has been a week on
Molokai collecting taxes.
Geo. Freeland and William Decoto
returned from Honolulu on Tuesday
evening. They attended a meeting
of the Shriners and were offered
higher degree which they modestly
Mrs. Ralston w-ith her two chil
dren is visiting her parents of Maka
wao, Mrs. Copp. and Judge Copp.
Wil.liam I liming was called sud
denly to Honolulu last Saturday on
account of the illness of his son
Louis. The family live in their new
home on flth avenue
Mr. Ralston of the wireless station
has enlarged his cottage and im
proved the yard.
Mr. White of Lahaina is building
a church for the Rev. 1). laea at
Col. Sam Parker and some of his
friends have been hunting on Lanai
and looking over the island.
There avo few a-cases of typhoid
fever in Lahaina.
The Lahaina school children cele
brated Thanksgiving on Wednesday
afternoon with, songs, readings,
Mr. Edgar Perrine and Mrs.
Perrine of Upper Red Hook,
New York State, have conic to La
haina to visit their daughter Mrs.
Kroll during the winter.
Mrs. and Mr. MucDonald of La
hainaluna made a number of their
friends happy on Thursday by in
viting -them to a Thanksgiving
The Rev. (!. Burnham preached
the Thanksgiving sermon at the
Wainco church on Thursday.
Holy communion was celebrated
at Holy Innocents church on the
morning of Thanksgiving Day.
On Thanksgiving Day tho congre
gation of t he Church of Holy Inno
cents gave a luan and a dance in
the evening. "The' proceeds went
toward tho painting of the Parish
Wailuku Gets Much
A much needed improvement has
been mado to the Wailuku Post
office by the Supervisors of the
County of Maui.
This week acetylene f,as lights
were installed in the ofiicn and a
large light placed on the veranda
for the convenience of the largo
number of people who go after
their mail on steamer nights.
In the past PostmasterTim Lyons
provided a lantern for the tue of
the public hut the light thus furn
ished was very dim, and tho public
will be delighted with the change.
Tho ollice of the Board of Super
visors has also been fitted out with
acetylene gas lights and the County
Fathers holding night sessions
hereafter will not "bo in the dark."
The light has been furnished
from a generator owned by Senator
W. T. Robinson.
Honorable II. I'. Huldwin went to Ho
nolulu last night. He expects to be gone
nlout ten or twelve days.
Rev. Cannon Ault anil Mrs. Ault went
to Honolulu Monday evening. TJiey
I are expected back this morning.
Are Given 10 Ferdinand
Friends of Ferdinand Hons gave
. farewell dinner in his honor Fri
lay evening at Kahului.
The dinner was at. the Kahului
Club Hotel and was larncl.v a tend
ed. It is reported that a very pli-a-
unt evening was enjoyed.
On Saturday evening the Elks
gave a farewell dinner to Mr. Hons.
1 he dinner was postponed until a
late hour in order that a number of
the members of the herd might as
sist at the concert and fair given by
the ladies of the Guild.
The dining room of the Kahului
Club Hotel where the dinner was
given was tastefully decorated willi
the colors of the order while on the
table were four large acetylene lamps
decorated with appropriate colors.
The following menu was served:
Cocktail, Oysters Raw, Sherry Wine,
Celery Soup, Olives, White Wine,
rcsh Lobster Salad, Claret Wine,
Roast Turkey, with Oyster Dress
ing, Cream Sauce, Creamed White
Potatoes, Early June Peas, Cham
pagne, Nuts and Raisins, Swiss and
Roquefort Cheese, Coffee, .Cigars,
The usual number of good stories
were told and expressions of good
will toward the departing brother
A handsome stein set was pre
sented to Mr. Hons. It was an Elks
set and will doubtless be highly
prized by the recipient.
Among those present were F.
Hons, J. B. Thomson, C. D. Lufkin,
C. Waldeyer, Hugh M. Coke, D. T.
Carey,' W. It. Walker, Capt. Parker,
W. Searby, W. Lougher, W. W.
Wescoatt, J. 1). Kennedy, Captain
Wicket t, 0. Hansen and W. Walsh.
Cane Fire in
H. C. & S. Co.'s Field.
On Friday night, the I'Jth inst,
about 8 o'clock, fire was discovered
in Field "0," Camp 2, of the Ha
waiian Commercial it Sugar Co.'s
An alarm was turned in and im
mediately help arrived on the scene
quickly put out the flames. There
was not much damage done as only
fourteen rows of cane were destroy
The origin of the lire appears" to
have been incendiary, and Sheriff
Sa fiery has oficred a reward of one
thousand dollars for information
that will lead to tho arrest and con
viction of the party or parties who
set lire to the cane.
There have not been any dif
ferences between tho comixiny and
its employees in the past and there
appears no reason why any person
should maliciously destroy the com
TheClaudiue went down Tuesday even
ing. instead of Wednesday evening this
week. In consequence of this there was
a sinnll passenger list.
I). V. llurchard of San Jose, California
and more recently a practitioner of San
1'raneis.co recently arrived in Wailuku
and will open a law office .here. He went
to Honolulu this week and expects to be
admitted while there. Attorney lturchard
is a brother-in-law of W. lf. Cole of the
Kaupakah'.a Wine and Liipior Company.
Miss Marie Grove has accepted a posi
tion as stenographer to County Attorney
I), H. Case. She was recently employed
as a stenographer in the Governors office.
Senator W. T. Robinson returned from
Honolulu where he went to attend the
annual meeting of the Mystic Shrine,
WERE REBEL COLONELS
More Americans Help Rebel Cause.-Captain Un
derwood Washed Overboard,--Los Angeles
Will Hold World's Fair in 1915.
(KPUCIAl. TO THE MAUI MIWS.I
Sugar 9(i dec. test 4.3G Beets 12s. 7.U1.
HONOLULU, November 2G. The 1 Wnies won the football cham
pionship from the Marines, score 0 to 0.
The Children's Hospital was thrown open yesterday.
John Cook holds a receipt for land on which Cook's monument
stands. Ho says the property is deeded to him and is recorded.
PHILADELPHIA, November 2C Pennsylvania beat Cornell 17
to G. Washington won the inter-collegiate championship.
TACOMA, November 2G. The Matson liner Wilhelmina will
not leave Newport News until December 1st.
SAN DIEGO, November 2G. -Lyman J. Gage married Mrs.
Ada Ballon yesterday.
WASHINGTON, November 2G The two Americans executed by
order of Zelaya were Colonels in the rebel forces. Many Americans
are going over the lino to help the
BLULFIELDS, November 2(1.
and ammunitions for the rebels arrived and discharged safelv.
LOS ANGELES, November 20,-
and an auto resulted in four persons
NEW YORK, November 2G.
HONOLULU, November 25.
Hawaii on .Friday.
The Bar Association met to
Supremo Coiirt vacancy. Do Bolts
his name was passed up.
Princess Likelike deeded the land for Cookcs monument to Great
Probably all of the Pacific mail
Tho Kauikikalani hospital for
The Reiley Cullen tight was
HONOLULU, November 24.
Lewcrs was washed overboard and
A deal in regard to Hutchinson
SAN FRANCISCO, November
south if the investigation proves that
LOS ANGELES, November 25.
voted to hold a worlds fair in Los .Angeles in 1015.
SANTA FE, November 24 Chief Justice Mills of New Mexico
has been appointed governor. He
by W. II. Pope.
BERLIN, November 24. The
of 100,500,000 for the navy.
AUBURN, Calif., November 24.
heart has been acquitted of murder
SANTA CRUZ, November 21.
creating. Lava is pouring into the
CHERRY, November 21. On
have been found.
WASHINGTON, November 24.
pointed commissioner of pensions.
WASHINGTON, November 24.
the white slave trade in New York.
HONOLULU, Novomber 24. The island of Lanai may be sold to
a hulas cotton growing land. Irwin asks S!150,000 for the island.
The children's hospital will be openpd with interesting ceremonial.
The fish market is wanted for a city park.
Kuhio missed the Manna Kea for Hilo.
Opium smugglers are lighting among themselves.
Two white stow aways were transferred from tho Lurline to .the
Ililonian in midoceau.
The government may take over Cooke's nioiiument at Kealakekua
and make a national park of tho ground around it.
The Buchholtz place in Kona has been donated as a tuberculosis
Discharged perf-ons from the leper settlement arc being aided by
the hoard of health.
WASHINGTON, Novoinber'24 The government awaits further
and inorp coinple information before deciding what action it will tako.
POUT LIMON, November 24. Tliero is great military activity
here. General Alscra has taken command of 1000 troop9 and ap
pearances indicate a general war throughout Central America.
PARIS, November 24. Paul Ham has accepted tlie offer of Los
Angeles and will enter t lie lists on aviation tlav. He will bo paid
fiO.OOO for a weeks work.
WASHINGTON, November 2l.The first five miles on the At
lantic side of tho Panama Canal lias been completed and in every
respect is ready for ships.
I NEW YORK, November 24.
Presidont Tuft fifty pounds of mince
The steamer Ustine with arms
A collision between a street car
being killed and ten injured.
Mrs. Roosevelt and daughter Ethel
Cupid, Lane, and Mahaulu leave for
consider a recommendation for the
name was mentioned but on motion
steamers will be fitted out with
children opened yesterday with
Captain Underwood of the Robert
plantation is talked of. There is
25. The Now Orleans may be sent '
Zelaya acted unfairly.
The Chamber of Commerce has ,
has been succeeded as Chief Justice
budget provides for thecxpenditure
Alma Bell who shot her sweet
on the ground of insanity. .
The eruption "at Tnneriffe is in-
sea. Much damage has been done.
hundred and sixty eight bodies.
James Davenport has been ap
Taft'orders an investigation into
Residents of this city have sent