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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
i Xocate I
D. B. Murdock, of Paia, was in
town this week.
County Attorney D. II. Case
paid a visit to Molokai this week.
Work on the sounding of Kahu
lui Harbor is progressing satisfac
The Wailuku school grounds are
much improved and the terraces
are just what was needed.
"Pop" Henning visited Wailuku
this week. He always gets a warm
welcome from everyone.
J. B. Stewart, the head of the
Hydrographic survey on Maui, has
been traveling a lot lately.
Say, that People's Store Truck
is certainly an up-to-date delivery,
and so quick to. Advt.
Water chief Larrison of the Ily
drographic head office, Honolulu,
is expected on Maui this month.
The news of W. W. Harris'
hand spring made everybody in
Wailuku sit up and take notice.
Mrs. R. B. Dodge is spending
two weeks in Honolulu as the
guest of Mrs. Henry Alexander.
If you want a real automobile,
one that has class and destinction
get the Cadillac 1913. Advt.
The Maui Meat Market will soon
have a cold storage plant. The
new building is Hearing completion.
Ben Vicars, of T. H. Davies &
Co., Ltd., was a visitor to Wai
luku this week. He also paid a
visit to liana.
George Cooper's photograph in
the Advertiser looked fine. The
Lord Mayor of Hana is known
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery
Store managment is planning
many improvements at the numer
ous branch stores.
W. J. Coelho, E. Duvauchelle,
John Bright, Kalei Kahaulelio and
several others stumped the Hana
district during the week.
There was a good attendance at
the Catholic Bazaar last Saturday
and a very satisfactory amount of
money was taken in.
The Island Electric Company is
making a fine offer to the people of
Wailuku.- The advertisement in
todays News tells the story.
For neat, rapid, and up to the
minute Grocery delivery, the Peo
ple's Store get the medal; that
Buick Truck does the work. Advt
Many wagons belonging to the
plantation are helping out on the
Wailuku to Waihee road job. This
is evidence of the get together
spirit of Maui.
Judge Frank Andrade, of Hono
lulu, was in town during the week.
He declared that he likes Wailuku.
and thinks the town a progressive,
The 1913 Cadillac will be on
Maui about November 14th. Stop,
look and listen; you can't hear it,
but you can just see a concentrat
ed volume of beauty thats the
Republican Candidates for Legislators.
J. K. KALANIANAOLE.
H. A. BALDWIN.
II. B. PENIIALLOW.
GEO. P. COOKE.
P. J. GOODNESS.
CHAS. K. MAKEKAU.
A. F. TAVARES.
Republican Candidates for County
Chairman Board Supervisors.
SAM E. KALAMA.
Members Board Supervisors.
R. A. DRUMMOND.
THEODORE T. MEYER.
WM. F. KAAE.
D. H. CASE.
L- M. BALDWIN.
BY R. SPALDING
The Hallowe'en Party given by
the ladies of the Women's Aid
Society of the Wailuku Union
Church last evening at the Alex
ander House Home was a great suc
cess. JtHilly sixty people were pre
sent, and they thoroughly enjoyed
themselves. Most everyone was
rigged up in sheets at tl.e begin
ning of the evening, and the game
was to guess who was under the
sheet. Captain O.' J. Whitehead
won the prize of a choice box of
candy for getting the largestuiim
ber correct. Other amusing and
lively games were played after
wards. About eleven o clock re
freshments in the shape of apples,
doughtnuts, cider and nuts were
served . The affair was one of the jol
liest ever held in Wailuku. Mem
bers of the Society, and attendants
at Uilion Church were the invited
guests. Many were unable to be
present because of absence from
It would indeed be hard to
imagine a gift that would do great
er good or create wider interest in
the work than the splendid dona
tion to the young people of the
Kawaihau District through the
generosity of Mr. Spalding in
founding the Wilhelmina Harris
Spalding Memorial Fund to be used
in supplying further training to
worthy graduates of the Kapaa
School and fitting them for a life of
Wishing to devote the sum of
ten thousand dollars to some worthy
object in the District in memory
of his mother, the late Mrs. W. H.
Spalding, Mr. Rufus Spalding has
decided that the income from the
above-mentioned sum shall be set
aside to pay the expenses of girls
whose faithful work in the past
seems to warrant assistance, and
from now on, not fewer than four
young ladies will hove all their ex
penses paid in The Kaiulani Home
For Girls in Honolulu until such
time as they graduate from the
Territorial Normal and Training
School, and are ready to assume
their duties as teachers, after
which others will be sent to the
Home to fill the places thus vacat
The two first beneficiaries under
this Fund have already entered on
their duties in the Normal, while
two others will be sent as soon as
To merely express our thanks
for this magnificent gift seems small
and inadequate say those in charge
of the fund ' but utterly inadequate
as we know our thanks to be, they
are still most gratefully offered by
scholars, parents and teachers
Lost a bay geldijig, age 34
v Jars, branded on left hip "M,"
4 small scar on forehead, one hind
fetlock while, one hind fetlock
only a little white; both forelegs
black. A reward of Ten Dollars
Mr. R. P. Hose returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday.
A party of ladies came over from
Wailuku in the large automobile
The infant daughter of Lieut.
Wm. K- Kaluakini died on Tues
day afternoon, and the funeral
took place on the following day.
There will be no show at the
Wailuku'i Orhpeum this evening,
as the theatre is engaged for a Re
publican political meeting.
Lamb Sung, heretofore carrying
on an Ice Cream, Tobacco and
Merchandise business in Wailuku,
Maui, has sold out to Mr. A.
Yoshizawa, of this town. All
bills due Lamb Sung, up to Octo
ber 30, 1912, should be sent to him
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1912.
14 to 4 Inches.
Write or Telephone us for Estimates.
Kahului RailroacJ Co.':
to E. S. Kia, Wailuku, or to the