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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918.
Lahaina Is Treated To
Great 14-Inninsj Game
The lmsi'luill l;ms wi-io t ro.i I od to
n rouplo of hiiih-t-lass mimrs lust Sun
l:iy :l I lie new :u U in I.iilinina.
Till' lilst miliii XVils pl'iycd lielwoell
(lie Town Tr;nii ;iiul the Pioneers
( riant at ion Team). Ihi latter winninc
liy a score of S to 7.
Tin' m iihkI amo wliicli was jilayi'd
by the Filipinos and tin- .lapant'so was
the most intoi est inu longest, fastest,
and the liosl l'all yatno over witness
ed in Latin ina. Tile crowd was ution
ils tool most of the time, and the
many yellini: for their respective
teams made the iiaine th" more i x
citinu. At the end of the font teentli
intiin.u hy uuoil team work and with
the jaiod luck, the Filipinos won hy
a score of 1" to ! Nalu.molo and
T.iiiiaavva pi.cae.l for the ,J;ip;ii'e.-o.
v. kite Si ;i to lir.i l. ,1 for the Filipinos.
The rc.-ul hv inninu was as follows:
1 '2 : t i; t s it in n 12 i. 1 1 - u
1 :; 1 (i 11 1 1 11 11 (i 11 11 11 11 - !t
2 1 1 11 2 n 1 1 1 1 - 1"
The Week's Weather
Weather report lor -he week end
i,e, .May ."i:
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"II S2 7ii .on N. L. "h -ir
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" SI til! .00 N. K. i leal-
t S2 t;:l .mi X. K. Cl'-ar
a SI? (12 .(in X. E. Clear
SI Ii7 .110
Entered Of Record
KKKDO A: HSUS. to . A. llrummoml,
int. in II. P. ",2'2'., Koolau, liana.
.Maui. M;1v 2a, !)1X. $1nil.
.1. I. XAKKI.LA W'K to V. Kantaktin i
n. V. all:, Kill. r.iCl.VH Ktiwela, Jlo-
lokai. An?. P,l. 1!I17, U and love and
TIlLKi'A O. V. ltLLLI"i:.f
to Sankitchi K-tiU'ashii o. int. in i( .
land, Hooleia, Molokai, June 131S
MKS. CUZAKKTII K. PRATT to
Sankitchi Kumisliiro, int. i-i pr.
land, llooleia, Molokai, ,lit"e '!.
KALIKO KALKIU'A ,i H.H. to
Thomas Krueser, int. in ft P. V 1 8 i
Kul. 17.".!) and IX. V. 42.r,6 Kui. ".r;
C. Wailul-.il. Maui, .lun :;, l'U- SI.
PETER HALE fc W'K. et. als to T.
P.. Lyons, int. in Jt. P. r.Bfil, Kul
?,r2, Alamilii. Lahaina, Maui, Feb.
16, 1918. $100.
HAN' A HIIIIO & HSU. (J. K.) to T.
n. Lyons, n. P. lo2 Kul. 432. Waika
pu. Wailuku, Maui, July 7, 1917.
I'lOX'EER MILL CO., LTD., by Attys.
Applet! for Key. Title of 5.77 Acres
land, Lahaina, Maui, May 27, 1918.
VILLA NOW A PROHIBITIONIST
Juarez, Mexico, May 25 Francisco
Villa is the newest recruit to the
cause of in ohihition. I'a:'on;:eri ar
riving hero recently from Chihua
hua City say. Villa, who is roaming
over the Chihuahua plains and moun
tains, Rave orders that no more so
tol, tequila or mescal should hp manu
factured in the hills which are scat
tered through the mountain districts.
He gave the dealers until May 1 to
dispose of their stock and told th m
not to sell any more after that date.
The penalty was fixed tit death for
the maker, his wife, family, horses,
dogs, goats and chickens, according
to Villa's crude manifesto.
List Maui Teachers
Named For Next Year
(Continued from Tape One.)
will be able to secure their transfers
before school opens in September, as
these lists are subject to constant re
vision during the summer months.
The list for Maui as it now stands)
is as follows:
Maui High: YV. S. Herman, Miss
Mary J. Couch, Miss Hlanche Mast,
Miss Gladys Lemon, Miss Cecil Hol
liday. Miss Vivien Gardiser, Miss
Georgia Itetitley, Miss Anna Karrer.
Honokohau: Mrs. Catherine Coc
Honokowai: Mis. Kowena K
Hose, Miss Elizabeth Kamai.
Puukolii: Joe N. Souza, Miss K.
ilookauo. .iis (ieriliule P.llchanall,
Miss Eva Saffery.
Kamehameha III: B. O. Wist,
, Mrs. B. O. Wist, Miss Annie
P. Cluing. Miss Lilly Apo, Miss Tstl
lan V. ('hoy, Mrs. Rose Mookini, Mrs.
Mary A. Lee, Miss Annie N. T. Ho,
Miss Lorny Amy, Mrs. Lucy Furtndo,
Miss Mae E. Dunn, Miss Hose T. Oka
mura, William K. Werner, ,
Olowalu: Gus Webling, Mrs. Marie
I Kihei: .1. Patrick Cockelt, Miss
I Dollie A. Lee.
Waikapu: Miss Leilani Weight
Wailuku: Miss Lida Crickard,
, , Mrs. Annie V. Crockett,
Miss Mary Myhand, Miss Margaret
Seong, Miss Elsie Crowell, Mrs.
Carolyn Weight, Manuel Joseph, Mrs.
! Edith Wilmington, Mrs. Sigrid Wil
Waihee: Mrs. Ella L. Austin, Miss
Achoy Ahu, Miss Edith L. Dunn, Miss
i Ah Moy Ahu.
Kahakuloa: L. K. Kaalouahi.
! Kahului: Mrs. Pearl S. Engle, Miss
Lizzie Kalino, Miss Aoe V. Chuck.
Spreckelsville: Mrs. Laura A
Sabey, Miss Maud E. Cheda, Miss
! Lueilo La Croix, Miss Isabel Miller,
; John M. Brown, Miss Pearl llans-
Camp 10: Manuel A. Dias, Mrs.
Mathilda II. Barrus.
Puunene: Elmer A. Brown, Miss
Gertrude Seong, Mrs. J. 13. Medeiros,
Mrs. Flora H. Brown, Miss Afoon L.
Ah Nin, Miss Lucy Wilcox, Mrs.
Sarah Buck, Miss Teal, Miss Esther
Hansen, Mrs. Sylvia M. Maples, Frank
Martins, Miss Lillian Dana, Miss Rose
Schrepfer, Miss Aline A. rendergrast.
Keahua: . Fred Murphy, ,
Miss Olava Hansen, Miss Margaret
M. Gautier, Miss Lora Williams.
Paia: H. M. Wells, Miss Ruby
Fitch, Miss Olive Villiers, Miss Har
riet Stanley, John Gonsalves, Mrs. C.
do Lima Andrade-, Miss Belle Power,
Miss Hazel West, Miss Constance
Kinney, Antohny C. Perreira, Miss
Ethel Wrigley, Miss Mary Crutchfleld,
Miss Maria C. Rodrigues, Miss Lillian
Makawao: Frederick W. Hardy, A.
S. Medeiros, Miss En Kyau Yap, Miss
Amelia Tain Yau. Manuel G. Anjo.
Kealahou: J. Vincent, Miss Ellen
Copp, , , .
Keokea: D. Kapohakimohewa, Mrs
Julia Kapohakimohewa, Miss Ah
Lung Lau, Miss K. Aoe Ah Sing.
I Halehaku: Miss Rachael T. Kia
kona, Miss Christine Emmsley.
i Huelo: Miss Julia Maltson.
Keanae: Miss Helen K. Awai, Miss
; Roslind Haia.
I Kaeleku: Joseph Cravalho, Miss
Marie V. Estrella.
Hana: John J. Thennes, Mrs.
Dorothy Mitchell-Kahananui, Miss
Elsio Chalmers, Mrs. J. A. Medeiros.
1 Haou: William P. Haia, Mrs. Eli
j Ulupalakua: Miss Dollie A. Keike.
Makena: R. L. Ogilvie.
Hamakuapoko: . Miss Mary E.
Fleming. Mrs. Louise V. Boyuni, Miss
Helen Tilleman, Miss Dora Tilleman,
Mrs. Cora D. Foster, Manuel Craval
ho Kaupakalua: Roy I. Ganfleld, Miss
I Haiku: Herbert A. Wade, Mrs.
1 Roby Blanrhard, Miss Hazel Pestor,
Mrs. Mary N. Wade, Miss Eva F. New
man, Miss Rosabelle K. Coolho.
. Kuiaha: Mrs. Ellen B. O'Brien.
Kipahulu: Mrs. Ruth Gibbs, Mrs.
' Julia Kapoi.
Kaupo: Mrs. L. A. Marciel, Mrs.
; Mary C. Marques.
1 LB YOU
Let our TRUST DEPARTMENT help YOU Make your will or create a trust and name the HAW AIIAN TRUST COMPANY as Executor or Trustee. You will
thus be relieved from many cares and anxieties, while serving our country.
REAI, ESTATE You may intend to reside in Honolulu, if so, write to our Real Estate Department. We will gladly furnish information concerning property for
sale or rent. There arc many choice residence sites offered for sale in the foot hills and suburbs of the city.
INSURANCE We represent companies writing the following lines: Fire, Life, Accident, Health, Automobile, Burglary, Tourist, Compensation, Liability, Plate
glTtss, Elevator, Marine, and Surety Bonds.
STOCKS AND BONDS We will be pleased to give all available information concerning any stocks or bonds dealt in by the Honolulu Exchange or on the Main
land. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT Visitors to Honolulu are invited to call and see the LargVst, Strongest and most Up-to-Date Safe Deposit Vault in this Territory. The
twelve ton door is one of the most interesting sights in the city.
120 S. King Street
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S500,()00.00.
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Tru-.ti.es, Administrators
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
E. I). TENNEY
Vice-Presidents J. R. GALT, C. II. COOKE, C. H. ATIIERTON
Treasurer H. II. WALKER Assistant Treasurers R A N N E Y SCOTT,
Secretary S. G. WILDER Assistant Secretary P. K. McLEAN
Directors-F. C. ATIIERTON, GEORGE I. BROWN, R.B.ANDERSON.
Lanai: Miss Mary Knuharo.
Kamalo: Mrs. Frank Foster.
Kaluaaha: Miss Katie Cook, Mrs.
Waialua: Edward Knupu.
Halawa: David K. Kalanti.
Pelekunu: Mrs. Hattie Kahele.
Kalae: Miss Carrie L. Dunn.
Kaunakakai: bavid Kaai.
Kalaupapa: A. J. Kauhaihao.
Big Fair To Award
Many Fine Prizes
Honolulu. June 4 More than twen
ty silver cups of all sizes, an equal
number or gold, silver and bronze
medals, a scor of ribbons in all the
1 lies of the rainbow, and historic cups
and medals of the fairs held in Ho
nolulu fifty and seventy years ago,
fo.m an interesting Territ'orial Kan
exhibit in the window of Henry M y
& Company on Fort street this' week.
To these will be added other new
cups as rapidly as engravers ran
finish their work, until the total num
ber of cups alone amounts to nearly
fifty. A. copy of the several hundred
beautifully engraved diplomas which
will be presented to winning exhibit
ors, also will be placed in 1 ho collec
tion. The display will remain in the
window until Fair week, boginnim:
Juno 10. and possibly through a part
of all of that week.
Of the ribbons, approximately 3500
will be given at the "coming dem
onstration for first, second, third,
championship and special premiums.
All of the cups are specials, awarded
in addition to the ribbons, and have
been donated by individuals or busi
ness firms. A number of specials al
so are offered by various breeders'
associations in the states. One spe
cials prize is a $50 Liberty Bond, of
fered by Fred L. Waldron, Ltd.. for
the neatest and best collective exhib
it in the livestock show.
Keeping Up The Payments
Mrs. Gaiby "Does your hurhand
ever get behind in his alimony?"
Mrs. Golitoly "X'o, indeed! I've
threatened to go hack to him instam
ly if he did." Judge
Forest Reserve Hearing
N'otice is hereby given that under
the provisions or Chapter 37, It. L.
II. 1915, a public hearing will be held
by the Governor of the Territory and
the Board of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry on Wednesday,
the 19th day of June, 1918, at nine
o'clock a. m. in the office of said
Board at the Government Nursery.
King Street, Honolulu, to consider
the defining of the limits and the
setting apart as forest reserves of
certain government and other lands,
more particularly as follows:
1. Island of Kauai, District of
Kona. Land of Kalaheo (Papapahola
hola Spring), area 54 acres, more or
2. Island or Oahti. District of Koo
laupoko. Land of Waiahole (Waiaho
le), area 11G9 acres, more or less.
3. Island of Maui, District of Ha
makuapoko, Land of Makawao (Ad
dition to Makawao Forest Reserve),
area i;C3 acres, more or less.
4. Island of Hawaii, District or
Puna, Land of Keauohana (Keauoha
na, area 272 acres, more or less:
and to consider the withdrawal from
the existing Honolulu Watershed For
est Reserve, District of Honolulu, Is
land of Oahu, of three small parcels
of hind on Tantalus Heights, having
areas of 1.52, 0.137 and 0.103 acres
Maps and descriptions of the said
lands are on file in the office of the
Superintendent of Forestry where
they are open to the inspection of the
At the said time and place all per
sons who so desire will he given full
opportunity to be heard upon the sub
ject matter of this notice and to prc3
enl tvidence and arguments in per
siii, by proxy, or by letter, either for
or against the setting apart of said
lands as forest reserves or the 'elimi
nation of said lands from the exist
ing i serve.
Signed) LUCIUS E. TINKHAM,
Governor of Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu, June 3rd, 1918
Those Who Travel
By Mauna Kea, May 31 Miss C. .1. j
.-enoeiiiMg, .11 I S . j. I or Keil, .MISS 11.
Fernandez, Coo Kwai, D. 15. Knhns,
Mrs. J. S. Walker. I!. E. Wright, Miss
Olava Hansen. Dr. F. M issuer, L. H.
Crawford, F. N. Lulkin. Mrs. J. A.
Wilson and 2 children, M. Kurosumi.
MaclNTYRE In Honolulu, Mav 29,
1918, Malcolm T. Maclntyre, Sr., of
2383 Vancouver Highway, Manoa,
general superintendent of Moanalua
Ranch, native of Scotland, 78 vears
M AHELOXA In Honolulu. Mav 30,
1918, George B. Mahelona of 398
North Vineyard street, married,
stevedore, native of Hana, Maui, 42
MOKITI.A In Honolulu, June 2.
191S, John Mokunla, of Henry
Street, married, painter, native of
Maui, sixty-one years old. Buri"d
in Puea cemetery.
fiaaclu'u Winlessls ! reduce
IGSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL
Week ending, June 3, 191S
Sinill coniumers cannct buy it these
Island butter, lb 40 to .45
Egys, select, doz 58
Eggs, No. 1, doz 55
Eggs, duck, doz 15 to .50
Young roosters, lb 50 to .55
liens, lb 35 to .38
Ducks, Pekin, lb 35
Ducks, Haw. doz 8.00
Vegetables And Produce
Beans, string, green 03 to .0?
Beans, string, wax 04
Beans, Lima in pod 03 M-
Beans, Maui red 9.00 to 10.00
Beans, small while 11.00 to 11.50
I'eas, dry Is. cwt 8.50 to 9.00
i "is, dozen belies '20
i '.".rrots, dozen belts. 40
Cabbage, cwt 2.00
Corn sweet 100 ears 2.50 to 3.00
Rice, Haw. seed, cwt 8.00
Green peppers, bell, 06 to .08
Green peppers, chili 05
Potatoes, Is. 1 2.00 to 2.50
i'otataos, sweet, cwt 1.75
Taro, cwt 2.00
I'iro, bunch 15
Tomatoes 08 to .09
Green peas, lb 10 to .12
Cucumbers, doz 35 to .40
Pumpkins, lb 01l,&
Bananas, Chinese, lb. green 01
Bananas, cooking, bch 1 i'5
Figs, 100 1.00
Grapes. Isabella, lb 08
Limes, 100 50
Pap.iias, lb. 02
Pineapples, cwt 2.50
Strawberries 20 to .25
Cattle und sheep are not bought t
lire weight. They aro slaughtered
,"nd paid for on a dressed nxirht
Hog", 150 lb. lb. over 20 to .21
Beef, lb 11 to .15
Veal, 11) 15
Mutton, lb 18 to .20
Pork, lb 25 to .27
Hides. Wet 8alted
Steer, No. 2, lb 10
Steer, hair slip 09
Steer, No. 1 11) 10
Kips, lb 12
Goat, white 20 to .30
Corn, lg. yel. ton 100.00
Corn, cracked, ton 105.00
Scratch food, ton 100.00 to 105.00
Oats, ton 80.00 to 80.00
Barley, ton 78.50 to 82.50
Hay, wheat, ton 47.00 to 52.00
Hay, afah'a, ton 42.00 to 47.00'
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