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The Maui news. [volume] (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, November 18, 1911, Image 5

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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1191
Hana News.
The schooner Muriel arrived from
Honnipu Friday noon, with a cargo
of general merchandise for the plnn
tation and the stores of the villtigc.
She will take on a cargo of sugar,
leaving on Saturday, the 18th inst,
for San Francisco. This finishes the
Kaeleku Sugar Co's sugar crop of
1911. 4850 tons more or less.
Mr. Jorgcnsen, the man who built
the Koolau ditch- and its numerous
trails, is once more in the District
of Hana, possibly contemplating a
scheme of building a ditch from
Hana to Kaupo, and supplying wa
ter to that extreme part of Maui to
further small farming and the flum
ing of chord wood from the moun
tains to the beach, where it will be
taken by steamers to Honolulu 'and
way ports.
Mrs. John Chalmers and family
will return by Claudine this Satur
day. They have been on an extend
ed sight-seeing trip through Europe
and the States, and will be glad to
get back home again.
Mr. Geo. Mackenzie, the engineer
of Hana, leaves for Honolulu with
his family by today's Claudine.
Mrs. James Donald, wife of the
manager of the Hana Store; will
leave on the 28th for her home in
Scotland.
The Belt Road Commission com
posed of Frank Harvey, W. E. Bal,
Pia Cockett and W. F. Pogue are at
Keanae. Supervisors Drummond
and Chas Lake are also with the
party. They are making the rounds
of the various districts looking into
the various improvements needed
for the coming year for the Decem
ber 1911 budget.
Dr. Wilcox and a Mr. Goodale
have bem spending the past few
days out at Naliiku, looking over
the various troves of rubber pro
ducing trees, and they are highly
enthusiastic over the outcome of
this new industry. Tapping has
been going on for some time during
the past few months, and a lot of
the boys on the plantation have be
come quite expert with the collecting
of the latex. Quite a number of the
lads have collected as high as 5 lbs.
of dry rubber before school time in
the morning, this goes to show that
it is one of the coming industries of
the Islands, and the stockholder?1,
it is to Ik- hoped, will soon have the
pleasure of enjoying an oceasianal
dividend.
The Latest in Marriages.
Last week a Filipino, who was
suppoped to be married, got into
some trouble with his comrades and
started to clean out the camp. He
was arrested and put in jail for six
months by Judge Kakani of the
Hana District Court. A couple of
days passed, and a Korean called
on the supposed wife of the Filipino
and after making a few passes
through an intepreter, he and the
lady went to see the Judge, secured
a marriage license, and the Judge
gave them his blessing. From last
accounts they were very happy
making love through the sign lan
guage, for neither of them can un
derstand one another in any other
language.
Clothing and Furnishings.
The Mclnerny Company, of Hon
olulu, has long enjoyed the reputa
tion of carrying nothing but high
class goods; and of being a strictly
safe place to send mail orders. This
reputation has built up for them a
clientile second to none in this ter
ritory, and adv. in this issue can
not fail to attract our readers. They
carry everything for men , and in
ordering goods of them you may
feel sure of getting the best the
market affords.
Trespass Notice.
Hunting or otherwise, trespassing up
on any of the properties of the Wailuku
Sugar Company is strictly forbidden.
Hunting permits may be obtained at
the Plantation office.
By order of H. B. PENHALLOW,
Manager of the Wailuku'Sugar Co.
Xocals
"Obak" Kelley, you can tell him by
his smile, is in town.
Mr. J. R. Bergsirom, of the Honolulu
Music Company, is on a tour of the isl
and. Mr. P. F. Baldwin with a party of
friends leave for a tour of Hawaii next
week.
Mr. J. J. Walsh, of the Kahului Store,
was a passenger to Honolulu on the Clau
dine last Tuesday.
Be sure to read the "ad" of the Mc
lnerny Co., you will find something
there to interest you.
Don't fail to get over to the Faia Store
Monday. The great display of Christmas
goods begins on that day.
Mrs. J. W. Kershner was a passenger
on the Mauna Kea Tuesday. She re
turned to Honolulu today.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Kaahumanu church will start a debating
society in the near future.
Mrs. r. H. Case and Miss Althea ar
rived home on the Mauna Kea after an
extended stay in Honolulu.
The Puuneue Athletic Club are plan
ning to hold their annual water carnival,
Saturday evening, December 9th
V. F. Crockett will speak Sunday, at
C. E. meeting of the Kaahumanu church.
This will be his second talk on Missions.
D. C. Lindsay arrived home this morn
ing from an extended trip to Scotland.
During his stay he toured America and
Europe.
Mr. H. M. Wells, who has been con
fined to his home for a couple weeks, was
about Monday, though not in his usually
robust health.
A new baseball player arrived in Wai
luku last Wednesday morning. Mrs. W.
F. Cbillingworth gave birth to a. sou,
and Bill intends to sign him for next
seascn.
The new crossings which have been
put in across the plantation tracts all
along the road between Wailuku and
Paia, make driving at moderate speed
safe and comfortable.
Thanksgiving Service will be held at
the Makawao Chutch, on Sunday, Nov
ember 26th, in accordance with the usual
practice of the church in having that ser
vice the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
The sloppy job being done on the
streets which are being oiled, might
well be improved upon. Many clothes
have been ruined unnecessarily, had a
little care been taken in the work, and a
great amount of cussing thereby avoided.
The Wailuku Bowling Tournament at
the Gynasium will start next week Wed
nesday, the 22nd, and will run for a
week. Each man is entitled to ten
games. The purpose of this tournament
is1 to pick out the best five men for the
Wailuku team.
Arrivals Maui Hotel: Win. T. Night,
T. H. Kelly, D. h. Austin, B. F.
Heilbron, Mrs. J. Kershner, J. Hall,
C. Day, Honolulu; J. Jurgensell, L. S.
Conness, Hawaii; Capt. V. Richler.
Vienna; Rev. C. G. Burnham, Lahaiua;
J. R. Bergstroui, Honolulu.
Christmas Opening at Paia.
The Paia Store will resume this
year their annual Christmas sale,
which was interrupted last year on
account of the fire in September.
This year they are opening up more
than ever beore, and their new store
with its modern equipment, will be
amply qualified to set off to advan
tage this immense stock of specially
selected goods. The Paia Store's
Christmas sale has always been an
event, and this year they promise to
outdo themselves. Strangers visiting
this store have always marvelled at
the unusual display and up-to-dateness
of everything. Be sure to at
tend the Christmas sale.
Dr. Birch at the Maui.
We are pleased to inform our
readers that Dr. R. B. M. Birch,
the foot specialist, of Honolulu, who
was with us a few months ago, will
be in town, Nov. 18th to 24th, and
will have apartments at the Maui
Hotel, where he will be pleased to
see all of his friends and patients,
and will treat the feet of those hav
ing any foot trouble, corns, bunions,
ingrown nails, etc. He will also
bring a lino of samples from the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., of Hono
lulu (where his home offico is now
located), and will be pleased to take
orders for same ; one of the strong
features of this line will be gymna
sium, baseball, and a general sport
ing footwear of the latest patterns.
Kalhiiuillui RaiDflFoad Co
MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT
DEALERS IN
Gasoline and Distillate in Drums
Northwest Lumber, Redwood, Ceder, Oak,
Spruce, Koa, Poplar, Ironwood, Whitewood,
Okia, Oak Flooring, Blinds, Doors, Glass,
Window, Sash Weights, Equalizers, Oakum,
Cotton and Wood Waste, Fire Clay and Eed
Bricks, Cement, Lime, Wood, Coal, Corru
gated and Plain Galvanized Iron, Terra Cot
ta, Soil, Lead and Galvanized Pipe.
etc.. etc.
EXPECTED DURING NOVEMBER
Kokohead
2,000 Tons Australian Coal
Isthmian
300 Kegs Railroad Spikes
Honolulan
50 M. 1x12 Northwest Lumber
R3- Turner
A million feet of Northwest Lumber
Lurline
800 Prs. Window Sash
Large Consignment of Wool Waste and
Window Glass
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN-STEAMERS
10 Tons Plain Galvanized Iron
20,000 ft. Galvanized Iron Pipe
Kahului Railroad Co.
Merchandise Department.
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