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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915
Miss SeVa Mossman arrived this
week from Honolulu.
"J. G. Pratt, Jr., ot Honolulu, wa3 a
visitor on Maul this week.
II. A. Baldwin made a business trip
to Honolulu last Monday night.
T. J. Flavin, nostoulco inspector,
wns a Jlaul visitor this week.
Mrs. L. K. Smith and child have
gone to Honolulu to visit relatives.
Miss Drlscoll, of Pala, went to Ho
nolulu last week to visit friends.
.Mrs. D. P. Penhallow has returned
frpm a several weeks visit in Hono
Mrs. Frank Stark, of Lahalna, re
turned on Tuesday from a trip to Ho
nolulu. TVtro P AT Pnnl-n nul Alton All
Cooko returned to Honolulu last week
nuor visiting on Maui.
, ley Isle Theater, spent the past week
in uonoiuiu on Dusiness.
tMrs. A. E. Bruno is hooked for the
Coast on the Wllhelmlna sailing from
Honolulu next Wednesday.
Miss Virginia Fernandez and Miss
Cicorgina Fernandez arrived on Tues
day s Claudlno from Honolulu.
"D. L. Meyer was a returning pass
enger on Wednesday from Honolulu,
where he has been on business.
Mrs. T. Burlem and daughler, of
Wailuku, have returned home, after a
several weeks visit in Honolulu.
TUlss Bessie firnrns. nf Knnnnn nr
rlvod home from attending school in
Honolulu, by this week's Claudine.
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky and the
blisses von Tempsky returned on Wed
nesday from visiting in Honolulu.
Chester Livingston and little son. of
ivuiana, weni to uonoiuiu last week,
They are expected home this morning,
." Kticrpnr ATnrnliv. tlin Walliilni nHr.
ney, spent the first part of the week
nft nrnnntnnnl 1 . . . . it 1 1 .
kiii luuLuarsiuiltll uusmi'SB III rauiiouuu.
;'.F. F. Baldwin went to Honolulu the
first of the week, returning with the
Oahu polo players on Wednesday's
S Judge Guy S. Goodness of Makawao,
returned from Honolulu by Tuesday's
Claudine, after spending several days
fii the capital.
$E. C. Bartlett, of the Kamehameha
Schools, arrived on Tuesday and will
ijpend theeummer with his family on
Sis homestead at Kuiaha.
A' Mrs. M. R. Pereira and children ar
rived homo on Wednesday evening
from-Honolulu, where they have been
visiting for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, who have
beoh'-fcraveling on the mainland for the
Bast several months , are expected
Kpme by the .Manoa next week.
.? Land .Commissioner J. D. Tucker, re
tAlrn6d."to Honolulu on Monday even
ing after spending most of the week
looking into land matters on this is
land. "ffMiss Annie Wodehouse, of the First
Rational Bank of Wailuku, returned
home Wednesday evening from a sev
eral weeks vacation spent on the
!Mrs. Will J. Cooper sailed from Ho
nolulu by the Lurllno on Tuesday for
San Francisco. She will visit rola
tjVes on the Coast for several weeks
before returning home.
f-A. L. McPherson, a live stock dealer
of Honolulu and Seattle, returned to
Honolulu the first of the week after
delivering a bunch of horses and
mules to customers on Maui. "
fj. M. Dowsott, accompanied by his
daughter, Miss D. Dowsett, who has
boon studying on the mainland, were
arrivals from San Francisco in the
Wilholmlna yesterday. Advertlspr.
fotto Berndl, of the Internal reve
nue department, is making an inspec
tion trip among the liquor houses on
Maui. He arrived last week, and will
probably bo hero for a week longer.
.TjL.E-Arnold of .the Hawaiian Pine
apple Company, returned to Honolulu
Jast Saturday after spending somo
days on an inspection trip at the Hal
kit' Fruit & Packing Company's plant.
E. R. Bo Ins, accompanied by Mrs.
Bovins and daughter, went to Hono
lulu last Saturday. Mr. Bevins re
turned on Wednesday, but Mrs. Bevins
will spend some time visiting In the
'Miss Joaquina Freitas Philips, of
Makawao, who was operated on for ap
pendicitis at the Paia hospital last
week, la reported to be doing nicely,
and will soon bo able to be removed
to her home.
Among those who accompanied the
Oahu polo team to Maui on Wednes
day evening were: Mrs. Walter Dil
. lingham, Mrs. Harold Castle, Temple
ton Crocker, Mrs. Richard Ivers, and
A number of dress rehearsals of tho
big amateur company which will give
'STho Mikado," at tho Poia Community
House this evening, have taken place
.during the week. Those who have
fon .some of these aro enthusiastic
over tho success of the performance,
avid Wadsworth, son of R. A.
Wadaworth of Wailuku, is a member
of the Punchou Academy graduating
class next week. Ho will leave a
few days following tho commencement
with his family for the coast, where
thoy will spend the summer, and
whore he. will enter college in tho fall.
Mrs. Fannlo M. Simpson of Pala,
Maui, will leave in tho Lurline at four
.o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
oisco, whgro she will visit tho Panama-
Pacific Expsotion and make an
oxtonded stay , on tho Coast. While
guost of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Engle,
in Honolulu Mrs. Simpson Js tho house
Mr. Engle being her nephow. Adver
tiser. D. F. Balch, an engineer of tho Pub
lic Works Department, arrived this
woek to. lay. out' a number of roads
and homesteads on this island. Ho
will probably, bo hero for somo time,
during which ho will probably survoy
tho now Makawao homestead tract, as
well as tho roads authorized by tho
last legislature in Kihoi and Kuiaba.
Puunene Win Good
Game From Hawaii's
Score 4 to 1 Against Colts New
Man Strengthens Puunene Paia
and Puunene Tomorrow Juniors
Championship Also Scheduled.
The Colts lost another game last
Sunday when Paschoars Puunene ag-
gregation pocketed the honors by n
score of 4 to 1. Cuinmings' boys were
out of step for somo reason or other
and did not make as good a showing
ns they have made in some of the
Puunene played a new man behind
tho bat In this game Hussey, and his
wotk was considered very creditable.
Williams in the box, held tho Hnwaiis
down to one hit, while DeMello gave
the Puuncnes six safe ones.
Tho game tomorrow will bo between
Puunene and Pala, and promises to bo
of a good deal of interest.
Junior Championship Tomorrow.
Tho Cubs and Waikapus after a rest
of three weeks will tomorrow be seen
on tho diamond at 1:00 p. m. to bat
tle for the championship of the sec
ond series of the Junior League.
These teams are tied for first ulare
place, each winning three and losing
two games during the eerini. The
Chinese ami Haiku are eliminated
from the rare as the. lacked tho base
ball spirit and lost out in (ho fight.
The Cubs and Waikapus are old ri
vals and it remains to be seen which
will come odt victorious n morrow's
game. Tho W'aikapun lost the cham
pionship of tho first dories to the Cubs
the last time and indications point to
a hard battle on the diamond tomor
row. On the Other Islands
According to mail advices lust re
ceived in Honolulu, Captain Greene,
of the American-Hawaiian freighter
Nebraskan, cabled his company that
he would be much surprised if the
explosion which damaged his ship in
the Irish sea proved to be a torpedo.
Captain Greene evidently believes he
struck a drifting mine.
Blanks have been sent out by tho
school department to all schools grad.
uatlng Eighth Grade rupils this year,
asking ihnt a record be obtained of
the intentions of these graduates fol
lowing their grammar school work.
The department wishes full Informa
tion as to how many will continue
higher studies, and along what lines,
and those who expect to leave school.
F4 Temporarily Abandoned.
Work has been nhnnrlnnnil nn onli.
marine P4 for tho nniCfinf T .arn-n
pontoons are being constructed in
California for tho purpose of finally
lifting tho boat, but they aro not ex
nected for several months A nnmlim.
of holes torn In the hull by salvage
operations nave been covered to keep
out sand and marine life. The sunken
craft is now mnrlfpcl hv twn cm-ill
buoys, and may easily bo seen from
uie suriace. it lies in 47 feet of water.
City May Tunnel For Water.
It is Probable that the TTnnnlnlu
board of supervisors will appropriate
i20,000 or $30,000 for the purposo of
developing a new supply of water bv
tunneling into tho mountains. The
tremendous flows nnnnnntnrml In ihn
construction of the Walahole tunnel
by the Oahu Sugar tunnel has con
vinced many engineers that the
scheme is entirely feasible. John T.
McCrosson, and J. Jorgensen, engin
eers who have had much experience
in tho islands, are leading advocates
of tho undertaking.
Killed By Automobile.
Kim on Tel, a Korean .said to have
been under the Influence of liquor,
was struck and instantly killed by an
automobile driven by Miss Eleanor
Holt, last Monday night. The acci
dent occurred on King street, Hono
lulu, near' the Oahu Railroad depot.
Murderer Smiles When Sentenced.
Pak Chi Sar, tho Korean who mur
dered his young wife in cold blood on
a Honolulu street, about a week ago,
wan this week sentenced to death bv
Judgo Ashford. The man smiled when
sentence was pronounced. He alleges
that he killed the woman because he
had brought her as a "picturo bride"
from the Orient at a cost of $500, and
that she had then refused to livo with
Commencement nYprplano nf St ir.
drew's priory will ho held at tho
Davles Memorial Hall on Tuesday
evening, June 15, at eight o'clock. Tho
class of 1915 Is composed of Louisa
Akeao, Dorcas Shau Ken Chang, Ag
nes Frouda, Jean Evelyn Pritchard
and Elslo Pung.
Sisal an Uncertain
Quantify at Paliala
R. F. Engle, who for tho last four
years has been superintendent of tho
tisal mill of tho Hawaiian Agricultural
Company, at Pahala, Hawaii, is visit
ing his son W. H. Engle, in Wailuku.
Mr. Engle states that tho sisal at
Pahala has been practically worked
out, and that on account of tho low
prices and uncertainty of tho future, it
is probablo that tho land will not be
replanted. He will leave early in July
for an extended visit on the Coast,
after visiting his son, Walter Engle,
Charles R. Bishop
Dies In California
Was Closely Identified With the Indus
trial Development of Hawaii No
a Resident for 20 Years But Re
The cabled news of the death of
Charles R. Bishop, In San Francisco
last Monday morning, brought a keen
sense of sorrow to all the older resi
dents of tho Islands, who had lire
viously known tho deceased. Although
It had been twenty years since Mr,
Blshon had rnsldpd horn Ma oi,i.
nwny was tho trtgnal for the closing of
.juusL oi me uusiuess nouses in Hono
lulu, and the half-mnstl nf? nf fin ira nit
over the city. He was 93 years of
Mr. Bishop came to Hawaii in 1R46
uom ins nomo in mow York. Ho was
born January 25. 1822. nt ninnn Wniiu
N. Y. From tho early '50s until he
removcu 10 san Francisco 20 years ago
he was a valued citizen of Hawaii and
after cetlinc a start In Imsl
came to command a powerful and a
Kinuiy inuuenco Doth in public and in
Attracted by tho apparently bright
future of Oregon, Mr. Bishop, when
i't years 01 ago, in company with Wil
liam L. Lee, a chum, started for tho
Pacific northwest via
Their vessel had a stormy passage,
ami put. into Honolulu for supplies.
Attracted hv thn tslnmla liritv, niohnr.
and Lee decided tn rpmnln tnr a wliiio
and both soon becamo well connected
in nusiness enterprises. Lee was a
lawvor and snnn 1ucninn cunnrtn,-
judgo. Bishop became collector of
customs lor tne Kingdom, ana later be
came engaged in a mercantile bust
ness with W. A. Aldrich as partner,
Five years later he Htnrtnrl tho hnnir.
Ins firm of Bishop & Company, on a
very moaest scale winch in time be
came the leading financial Institution
in the kingdom.
In 1850 Mr. Bishop married' Princess
jjcrnice i'auani i'am, a descendant of
Kamehameha I, and during the next
SO years lie nlnvpd n. Ir!w1lni mln in
state affairs in tho Hawaiian kingdom.
Mrs. iiisnop died in 1884, leaving an
estate valued at $3,000,000, which was
turned over to what are known as the
Kamehameha Schools, for the advan
cement of the vnnntr nunnlo nf Wo.
waii. Mr. Bishop, also widely known
for his nhil.itbrony. linllt thn fn
$1,000,000 Bishop Museum at Hono
lulu and made gifts to several schools
and colleges, besides placing nearly
three-quarters of a million in a fund
for the sunnort nf thn miinonm nrwl
the schools. His fortune came from
banking and plantations, in several of
which ho owned stock in different
parts of tho islands.
Deprived of tho society of his wife,
Mr. Bishop began making frequent
trips to tho United States and at
length, in 1894, he sold his interests
in Hawaii, moved to San Francisco,
and, becoming interested in the Bank
of California, was made ..vice-president.
The ashes of Mr. Bishop aro to be
brought to Honolulu and placed in the
royal mausoleum beside the remains
of his wife.
Converted By Visit
Ned Royal Good Time But Democratic
Members See No Need for Sugar
Tariff Republicans Will Fight for
According to tho Daily Journal of
Commerce the twenty-nine congress
men who left Honolulu on the Wilhel
mina all said they had a good time
here but none admitted any. change of
opinion due to their excursion to Ha
.waii. Tho Journal cays:
"'Uncle Joe' Cannon, leader of the
party, speaking for tho Republican
members, declares that the war is the
only saving factor on the sugar indus
try, and that it will be helpless as
soon as this factor is removed and su
gar is placed on the free list.
"Tho Democratic members admit
that they were royally entertained by
the sugar manufacturers and growers
but were not shown anything to prove
tho necessity of an import tax to pro
tect tho industry, which is the same
opinion they held on the outgoing voy
age. Thoy will not recommend a con
tinuance of tho tariff, which under the
action of congress last fall, will be
removed May 1, 1916.
"Tho congressmen returning today
agreed that Honolulu harbor should
be well fortified, and most of the par
ty were in favor of tho proposed $14,
000,000 appropriation for fortifications
for the Island.
"The lawmakers wore accorded a
royal reception in tho Islands and ex
pressed themselves as completely sat
isfied with the trip."
LOW WATER IN IAO.
Low water in Iao stream, and the
unusual warmth of the water itself,
is said to bo causing a considerable
mortality among the small fish known
as o-opu, and complaints have been
made that these dead fishes about tho
Intake of the government pipeline
which supplies Wailuku and Kahulul
are a menace to health. It is probable
that steps will be taken by tho loan
fund commission soon, to extend the
pipellno farther up the valley, with
the appropriation provided from loan
money by the legislature.
June 7.- Okimatsu Sato, 19 yeara, of
Keahua, to Lin Abo, 20 years, of Paia,
both Japanese. Ceremony by Rev. R.
The Funniest Play
Of a Decade Coming
Tjfltlfrhs fnr nnn CnlM wnx
- v..u ii tun nuc
doled out in nightly instalments at
the BHmi Thpntrn Inct wonlr whm-.. thn
6000-foot comedy, "Tlllto's Punctured
uomance" was exhibited to large aud
iences. This enmedv Is nlnlmori tn l.n
the premier of all similar attractions
ever nimea and undoubtedly the
claim is correct In any event, It is
far in -the lead nf anv lnrpo nnmorlv
that has been shown in the Islands.
Mane Dressier, Charles Chaplin and
Mabel Normand are the stars who are
featured in this nrnrlnptinn PMHio
one Is sufficiently accomplished and
giueu t.o suppiy an evening's enter
atinmcnt With the three In one film
tho laughs are continuous. A blind
man would laugh at this film for the
reason tnat laughter Is contagious.
Marie Drnsslnr In mnklnfr har anlo
- u . ..... ..( 1 . V. OV.l
photo play appearance in "Tlllle's
i'unciureu uomance. Each of the
three comedians has a large following
thrmif?hnllt thn nnnntrv PlionUn nr.fl
Normand were recently declared the
most popular comedian and comedien
ne in the photoplay world in a popu
larity r.nntpst in whloh tinwflrilo nf
twenty million votes were cast. This
film will be the next big special at the
Valley Isle Theatre next Wednesday,
INSANE CHINESE AT HANA.
Ah Choy, a Chinaman of Hana. who
has been acting strangely for some
time past, was adjudged insane last
week, and was taken by the Claudine
o Honolulu on Wednesdar to be Dlac-
ed in the asylum.
It has come to our notice that a
person, or persons, are soliciting or
ders and accepting moneys in tho
name of M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
The public is warned not to do busi
ness with such unauthorized solicitors.
We will not be responsible for any
ontracts made In our name except
through Mr. A. I. Silva, our authorized
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
E noho ana ka Halawai Makahiki
o ka Hul Kuai Alna o Peahi i ka in
31 o Iulal, 1915, ma ka Halepule o
Peahi, Maul, hora 10 a. m. Nolaila
ua raakemako la na lala apau o ka
Hui-e akoakoa ao ma la la ma ke.
kauoha o ka Peresldena o ka Hui no
ka hooponopono ana ina mea c pillna
ana I ka Hui ame na hoike ana luna
nui o ka Hul.
J. K. SMYTHE,
Juno 12, 19, 2G.
Large corner lot at Kokomo, with
room house, oven and nmnle stable-
fruit and shade trees. A bargain.
See E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney nt Law,
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
Household coods. including Plnnn
Also one thoroughbred horse at sacri
fice; ride, or- drive single or double,
7 years oldt
A. L. CASE, Hamakuapoko.
Orpbeum Barber Shop
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suits, Ladles' Skirts, Dresses,
Gloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed.
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Neatly Done. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
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MISS CARRIE A. THOMPSON
One qt. water, 2 cups sugar, boll 15
minutes. Dissolve 1 teaspoons corn
starch in cold water, add to above
and boll 5 minutes longer. Let cool.
Add quart ot papala pulp, Juice of 2
lemons, beaten whites of two eggs.
Any fruit can be used in this way.
Two cupfuls of sugar, one cup of
sour milk, one cup butter, two cups
seeded raisins (chopped), one cup wal
nuts (chopped), two eggs. Flavor with
cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, one ten
spooon of soda, flour enough to handle.
Roll thin and bake in a quick oven.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD
Tomorrow being tho 700th anniver
sary of the signing of the Magna Char
ta, the foundation of Englishmen's pri
vate liberty, Rev. J. Charles Vllliers
will make this momentous event tho
topic of his sermon at tho Church of
the Good Shepherd at tomorrow morn
ing's service. The title of Mr. V'lller's
sermon is: "The Elementary Prin
ciples of Civil and Religious Liberty."
COURT NEXT WEEK;
The July term of the Circuit Court
will open at Lahalna next Wednes
day ,when the giand jury will be as
sembled. The trial jury is not called
until the following Monday, June 21.
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEE HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Est. 1901. DRY CLEANING WORKS
J. Abadle, Proprietor.
777 KING STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
HIGH CLASS WORK
Fourth of July Races 1915.
To be Held
Saturday, July 3, 1915.
AT KAHULUI, MAUI.
FIRST RACE Japanese race, y2 mile; free-for-all
horses owned and to be ridden by Japanese.
1st prize $ 75.00
2nd prize 25.00
SECOND RACE Hawaiian bred, $ mile; 1st prize. . 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
THIRD RACE Two-year old, free for all, y2 mile,
1st prize 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
FOURTH RACE Luna's race, '3 mile, for horses
that have been used on plantations only;
1st prize 50.00
2nd prize 25.00
FIFTH RACE Pony race, 14.3 or under, free for all,
mile; 1st prize 100.00
2nd prize 25.00
SIXTH RACE Trotting or pacing, free for all, 1 mile,
heats ; best 3 in 5 ; horses to be handicapped accord
ing to time, purse 500.00
SEVENTH RACE Free for all, ft mile;
1st prize ; 175.00
2nd prize - 50.00
EIGHTH RACE Mule race, y2 mile;
1st prize '25.00
2nd prize 10.00
NINTH RACE Hawaiian bred, mile;
1st prize 150.00
2nd prize 50.00
TENTH RACE Cowboy relay race, y2 mile;
1st prize 25.00
2nd prize 10.00
ELEVENTH RACE Japanese race, mile; Japanese
ridden and owned horses; Silts is barred;
1st prize 40.OO
2nd prize 25.00
3rd prize 10.OO
Entry fee for all races, 10 percent, df purse.
Entries will close at 9 p. m., Thursday, June 24, at the
Maui Hotel, Wailuku, T. H.
IVfoin I rl ipnlronnai- III
Carrot Pudding and Lemon Sauce.
One cup grated carrots, 1 cup grated
potatoes, 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar,
cup butter, ft cup raisins, cup cur
rants, teaspoon each nutmeg, cin
namon, cloves, 1 teaspoon soda stirred
in potato. Steam 3 hours.
Sauce. 1 large cup sugar, A cup
butter, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, 4
tablespoons boiling water, 1 lemon,
Juice and half peel; cream, butter And
sugar and beat in egg, whip light and
add boiling water a teaspoon at a
time and beat hard for 10 minutes.
... . . .,
A small amount, each of the follow
ing: pineapple, cherries, oranges, ap
ples, bananas, walnuts and ninruhmal
lows cut in small pieces. Mix in sugar
and a little lemon jucle and mayon
naise dressing. Servo with whipped
cream and a cherry on top.
NEW LOCOMOTIVE FOR RAILROAD
The fine new locomotive received
by the Kahului Railroad recently Is
being rapidly assembled in the com
pany's shops at Kahului, and will bo
ready for service within perhaps two
weeks. The new engine is consider
ably larger than any of those now
used by the company.
LAHAINALUNA CLOSES TERM.
The commencement exercises of
Lahalnaluna School took place yester
day, and were largely attended by
friends of the school and the young
graduates. One of the chief features .
of the day was the elaborate luau
served shortly after noon.
Maui, T. if. P. O. Box 83