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ITHE MAUI NEWS,SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911
Judge Kingsbury has been under the.
weather for a day or two.
D. H. Case goes on a business trip to
Honolulu by the Mikahala tonight.
Rev. Judd will go over to Lanai to
preach to the Hawaiian Congregation,
Mrs. A. H. B. Judd, and Miss A. K.
Judd, are visiting the Rev. H. P Judd at
the paasunage in Kahului.
Makawao News Item.
Sunday afternoon, tlie 2nd, le-
tween 3 and 4 o'clock a most won
derful and unusual hail storm ac
companied by heavy rain, thunder
and lightning took place high up
along Ilalcakala's slope extending
from "Idlewilde" to Keokca, Kula,
At Waiakoa the hail storm legan
about 4 p. in., and lasted for 15
minutes. The haflntones were of
All ladies interested in gymnastics are I an unusual size, the largest of them
invited to visit the gymnasium on Mon- measuring three inches across,
day afternoon from i to . I rri i i i .
J J II hnv wnrn it vnnmid QlinltoH Milt.
Mrs. C. C. Clark was taken auite I
smallest cubes were alioiit an inch
seriously ill Thursday evening,
confined to her room at present.
The Paia Store will give a house warm
ing dance in the new store building,
Saturday eveniDg April 8th. All are invited:
Dr. If. P. Nottage, eye, ear, nose and
throat specialist will be at the I'aia hos
pital for a few days commencing Satur
day April the 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox of Kauai
have been spending a few weeks with
H. D. Sloggett at Haniakuapoko. They
returned home on the Honolulan.
At the Waiakoa home of Tax As
sessor tieorge Uopp ice cream was
made in a large freezer from some
of the hail stones which in the
vicinity completely covered the
ground. It seemed as though a ton
of ice had fallen. Two inches of
rain came down in a very short
period. About this time there must
have lieen a cloud-burst for two
. Latest Disaster.
What will go down in history as
the fire disaster of Washington
square entered upon its aftermath
with 82 of almost 150 victims iden
tified. The official death list has
Iwen lessened rather than increased.
Revised count shows 141 dead
with 12 women and girls at death's
door in the hospitals. One hun
dred and fifty, all told, will per
haps conservatively cover the casu
alties when those whose hurts and
burns are fatal shall have joined
their fellow workers in coflins at the
Careful counting still rates the
female victims, young and old, at
approximately 12 to every one
nvile. Broadly speaking, they were
Jewish and Italian, living either on
the east side or in a small Italian
quarter near the scene of the fire.
With all the dead removed from
the building, the coroner legan an
investigation into the disaster one
of several inquiries "which will be
conducted by city departments
aided by agents from the district
attorney's office. An inquest will
l)e held and its results will le placed
before the grand jury. A spark
from the motor driving the sewing
machines, shooting through the
lint charged air of the operating
room to a four inch carpet of scraps
on the floor could easily have, start
ed a fire, but Chief Croker was un
willing to say that, in his opinion,
the fire orginated this way.
This Cat Came Back.
In the sinking of the old battle
ship once known as the Texas, but
now called the San.. Marcos, the
intrinsic courage of a cat, and the
fortitude of a rooster were revealed
yesterday in the report of the gun
firing tests in the Chesapeake bay
filed with the navy deparment to
A cat known as "Henry the
Fifth" had been loaned by John
Tate, an ordinary seaman, to test
the fate of live things on the target
battleship. ,A rooster was donated
by the sailors of Georgia.
The test shots had seemed to
tear the vituals out of the San Mar
cos, yet when Secretary Meyer
went on board the dismantled
battleship Henry the Fifth walked
quietly out from one of the turrets,
rubbed his leg and softly purred.
Crowing was heard from the up
per tower, and there was the roos
ter standing aloft on one leg. The
other leg, it has found, bad I icon
snipped off by a fragment of a
The cat and rooster were taken
by order of Secretary Meyer to the
flagship. There one of the ship
surgeons bound the wound and
made a small wooden leg for the
rooster. The veteran has been
adopted by Secretary Meyer.
Thoroughbred prize strainc. Set
ting of 15, $2.50. Selected inculwi
tor lots of 100, 812.00. Week old
chicks and a few choice young cock
erels. All terms net.
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her notes and letters is always pleased at Ulliaopio and llie oilier ill 1 me
nu gulch. v hue their owners were
seeking shelter from the hail a thick
with Hurds. Paper and envelopes. Ha
waiian News Co., Alex. Young Build
ing. There will be a concert at the Mauna
olu Seminary May the 13th. - The Sem
inary people are making special prepara
tions that this concert shall have features
of unusual interest.
Palm Sunday will be observed by the
Wailuku Union Church tomorrow even
ing, April qth at 7:30. The service will
be held as usual in the Alexander House
Kindergarten. The musical committee
have arranged special music.
Easter services at the Church of the
Good Shepherd will be held in the new done to the corn and potato farms,
Church building. Services as toiiows: by tn(J waBning out of the soil
Holy Communion 7 a. m., full morning ed or
mat rot anrl CMnnH rnmmiininn a tn I r 0
tj,. nrin t h. r! will hp for planting. It is stated that the loss
the new Church. Children's services to the farmers will be very severe.
will be held at 3 o'clock, when Mite
' llnT O ff r 1 tur Inr will Vw nrpfcptlt
.i . I five left Idlewilde for a circuit of
o . 1 ti n I the south end of the island via the
Guests at Maui Hotel: C. D. Bunker I .
n.n I crater. Kaupo and Ulupalakua. In
wife, San Francisco: Chas. D.Brown, San the party were Miss Irene Aiken,
mudd-y torrent suddenly swept down
the little valleys and completely
buried the animals before they could
break loose from their hitching
At Idlewilde a heavy peal of
thunder continued for ten minutes
without cessation. At Keokea and
other parts of Kula windows were
broken by hailstones.
By far the greatest damage was
Francisco; Miss C. Llyod, Honolulu;
Mrs. W. H. Hiserman, Hilo;T. H.Kelly,
Honolulu; Mrs. Bullence, Chicago; Mrs,
Mary Stevans Comptou, Toledo, Ohio!
S. P. Bartley, B. F. Van Deuson
and wife, New York City; G. H. Brown,
Victoria B. C. ; A. W. Berteaux, Annapo
lis Royal, N. S.; Mrs. Ella Hardy, Hono
Miss Carrie Short, Mrs Saylor of
Honolulu (the guest of Miss Short',)
Mr. Hinckley of Puunene, and Dr.
G. S. Aiken.
liana News Item,
Karl Roendahl has severed his
connection with the Hana Store.
He will leave for Eleele.Kauai.where
a will naotmiA full nil or Of f of t.llP I
at UymnaSlOm McBryde Co's store under A. and B.
Mr. Donald who is now closing
The new gymnasium is a decided out tne Kohala Mercantile business
success since its opening three weeks for Theo. H. Davis & Co., will ar-
ago. Athletics are becoming popu- rive with his wife to assume charge
lar in Wailuku. The classes are at the Hana Store on April the 8th
well attended and enthusiasts are Mr. Glenn, Engineer of Kipahulu,
tain of met and nrikho haa iust recovered from a very
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A,u.,w uvc ucc iwo month8 convalesent at the
made for regular instruction as will Queena Hospital.returned last week,
be understood from the schedule the 1st inst, to take up his duties as
below: Mill Eneineer. Mr. Keack and fa
Men's classes 7 to 10 P. M. mily who came up to relieve Mr
Tuesday and Friday evenings Glenn will return to town by this
Young men's class. steamer.
Monday, Wednesday and Satur
day evenings Open to all in the
ladies' and gikls' classes.
the new Deputy
Sheriff was commissioned April 1st
and returned by Claudine as Deputy
Sheriff. He received a grand ovation
at the wharf and his many friends
were there to give him . hearty coh-
Ladics' class in light gymnastics gratulations. E. J. Silvia the new
Monday 3 to 4 P. M. Captain of Police also returned from
Girls class in gymnastics Thurs- Wailuku last week, he too received
day 3 to 4 P. M. his share of the general hand shakes
Basket-ball Monday and Thurs- anJ congratulations
day 4 to 5 V. M. M, t v: jOHeph the former De-
Boys will be allowed the use of puty sheriflf 0f nana i8 now at Ki-
the gymnasium and swimming tank panuiu working for the Kipahulu
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 4 to a,,,, n,, t a V
oh.. i. i mn.iJ Mr. Solomon Aikau lias gone
nil li iuol' n uu nave muv jtlh uihmv
application for membership should
at once obtain a certificate from Dr.
Kahului, where he is now employed
bv the Kahului Railroad Co., in the
Mr. John Murray, head luna of
the Kaeleku Sugar Co., who broke
his leg recently is now able to be
about on crutches and in a couple of
weeks more he will be able to assume
Notice is hereby given that all bills K- out BiJeduties.
apainst tilt OiiArnntinik Tut Pllllil un to I
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and including March 31, 191 1 must be Miss Deas relurneu irom runanou
snend her Easter vacation with
Riirnai Cn hpin inrii m mit her mrents. Hie uoctor s son iur
H. B. PENHALLOW, Howard Deas also reiurneu uy uie
Quarautiue Tax Fund, ban r rancisco
Osmers and sent it with the appli
cation to the Alexander House Gym
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