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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
D. W. Burchard
Judge Daniel W. Burchard, re
cently an attorney of Wailuku, died
at his home in Oakland, May 17.
While pleading a case in the federal
court, he suddenly collapsed and
was removed to his home, where he
expired that evening.
Born in Missouri in 1857, Judge
Burchard went to California in his
boyhood and settled in Santa Clara
Judge Burchard, as he was most
familiarly known, was for many
years in his early life district attor
ney of Santa Clara county. In
, 1900 he moved his offices to San
Francisco. Four years later he was
a candidate for judge of the superior
court, but failed of election. Two
years after that he was appointed
assistant city attorney under Wil
liam Q. Burke.
After the San Erancisco fire Judge
. Burchard came to the Islands, es
tablishing himself in Wailuku. He
remained here until a few months
ago, when he returned to resume
his practice of law in Oakland.
After establishing himself at Wai
luku, he married Miss Nellie Smith,
Honolulu on July 6, 1910. They
'lived at Wailuku until his return to
the Coast a short time ago.
Miss Smith, previous to her mar
riage figured in the San Francisco
graft trials. She was the steno
grapher who gave important testi
mony in San Francisco, causing
many of the supervisors to be in
dicted for graft in connection with
the telephone franchises.
Three years previous to his mar
riage to Miss Smith, his first wife,
Mrs. Cora Burchard, was divorced
from him, the grounds for divorce
being the attachment between Judge
Burchard and the stenographer.
At the time of the marriage, the
divorced wife stated that she regret
ted that she did not shoot the
couple. He is survived by both.
His funeral was held from his
late borne in Oakland.
Hardly has the decision been given
in the case against H.B.Weller, when
another Japanese bicycler was run
over. This time it is one of Joe Do
Rego's cars which did the damage,
and Deputy Sheriff Ferreira was a
passenger in the car.
According to the Sheriff the bicy
cle rider was riding in the same
direction as the car was going, but
on the wrong side of the road. They
had been blowing the horn, but he
paid no attention to it. When they
got up to him Ferreira called out for
him to get out of the way, and he
immediately loooked up and swing
over right in front of the car. The
car hit the bicycle, knocking off the
rider, but was stopped while the
front wheels were still on top of
him. The car was lifted up and
rider and bicycle taken out.
The Jap now says the machine
had no right there and should not
have hit him, and that unless they
settle he is going to sue. This is of
course the natural trend every case
of this sort will take from now on-
Opening of Ponnene Theatre.
ine iormai opening ol the ruu
aene Theatre occurred Thursday
evening, and was the occasion of a
big gathering from all parts of Cen
tral Maui. Manager Weller has a
beautiful little theatre here, and
there is no doubt but it will be a
The opening performance was a
good one. The selection of pictures
very entertaining, and the saxo
phone quartet is everything that has
been claimed for it and more. They
are artists who deserve all the good
things which can' be said about
Rand and Byron, were something
of a disappointment. They appear
to have ability especially the come
dian, but either their sketch is not
Buited to them, or they were tired,
and they were exceedingly tame, as
Commissioner Aiken was a pas
senger on the Claudine this morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin re
turned from Honolulu this morn
Attorney W. T. Rawlins has been
on Maui this week on a business
L. von Tempsky returned from
the coast this morning, bringing
along his family.
Tom Church came up on the
Mauna Kea Tuesday evening. He
returned to Honolulu Friday.
W. F. Pogue, and his family
came down from Kailua Sunday,
and have been occupying their house
Mr. P. A. Gorman, has severed
his connection with the Kahului
Store, and has accepted a position
The Saxophone quartet will be at
the baseball games in Wailuku on
Sunday, and will liven things up a
bit with their popular airs.
Jim Coke was busy all the week
shaking hands, and passing out the
bull, as only Jim knows how- We
all like Jim, also his- brand of hot
Supervising Principal Cope
land returned this morning from
Honolulu. He did not seem to be
worrying over the bumps he received
while in Honolulu.
Mr. H. F. Hayselden has been on
Maui this week in the interests of
the Waterhouse Company. Mr.
Hayselden has been kept busy re
A men's scratch doubles tennis
tournament is on at Puunene. This
i8 for two cups presented by Mrs.
Rice. Some first class tennis should
be the order, as the cracks have
Devine nervines will ha held at. the
Church of the Good Shepherd, next
bunday, as usual at 11 a. m. .. Sun
day School at 10 a. m., and at Puu
nene at 5 p. m. with evening ser
vices at 7:30.
The last meeting for the year of
Wailuku-Makawao Teachers' Asso
ciation will be held at the Paia
school on Friday, June 7. A good
program has been arranged, and a
full attendance is desired.
James Kirkland and his daughter,
Mrs. Davis arrived on Maui last
Saturday, aud are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Walsh of Puunene. Mr.
Kirkland is much impressed with
the many signs of progress and
prosperity on Maui.
Mr. J. Q. Baptiste has opened a
clothes cleaning and hat cleaning
shop on Market street. This place
will fill a long felt want in Wailuku.
Mr. Baptiste will conduct an up-to-date
establishment and will call for
and deliver all work. Give him a
Arrivals at Maui Hotel : W. H.
Tidwell, S. F.; G. H. Force, Los
Angeles: Marie E. Pogue, Santa
Clara, Cal.; H. R. Smythe, Miss
Awana, Chas. A. Pogue, John S.
Pogue, Fred McC. Pogue, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Pogue, R. B. Fancett,
W. A. Anderson, Maui; W. F.
Cole, G. L. Hadley, Hilo; J. E.
Hughes, Thomas J. Fitzpatrick,
Jas- L. Coke, William T. Rawlins,
T- M. Church, H. T. Hayselden,
The handicap tennis tournament
for the Bolfing cup was finished last
Sunday afternoon. C. E. Meyers
defeating Mr Savage of Puunene, in
a five set match by a score of 3-6,
6-3, 4-6, 6-4, and 6-3A Meyers gave
Savage a handicap of 15 every other
game. Mr. Walsh won the firBt
tournament for this cup, and this is
the second. The cup must be won
twice to become the property of the
Sealed Tenders will be received up to
io o'clock A. M. of Satfirday, June 29th,
191a, by the Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion, at their office at Wailuku, Maui, T.
H., for furnishing all material, labor,
etc., and constructing Two-Story Con
crete School House at Lahaina, Maui.
Flans, specifications and blank forma
of tender are on file with Mr. Fred H.
Harvey, Secretary of the Commission,
Wailuku, Maui, and at the office of Mar-
ston Campbell, Chaimran of the Loan
Fund Commission, Capitol Building.
The Maui Loan Fuud Commission re
serves the right to reject any or all
Chairmau, Maui Loan Fund Commission.
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Intermediate Bars made of No. 11
Stays made of No. 12 galvanized wire
Stays 12 inches apart
Comes in rolls of 20 rods (330 feet)
Weight per rod 9.8 lbs.
The price per roll, $7.00 f.o.b. ware
house Discount on quantity purchases
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erect the fence.
Kahului Railroad Co.