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eight the maui news, Friday, November 19, 1920.
ROSTER OF THE
Program of Sports and
Masquerade Dance Will
Usher in the New Year
Tentative program for N w Year's
sports and a masquerade danee was
outlined by the Athletic Committee of
the Mntit County Fair and rtneing As
Moc'.ntion at a meeting held Wednes
day night. The sports program will
include foot racing, baseball and soc
cer and the ball will be held New
Prollmlnary to the ball which is to
be held in the Territorial building
there will be a basket ball game, con
testant to be later determined and
The New Year's day program will
be varied with a good baseball game
as tin outstanding feature. Ililo Is to
be given first chance as an oulsid
competitor. This was decided in view
of the unfortunate situation that arose
Just prior to the Fair when uncertain
ty of the Dig Island sending over n
competitor necessitated the with
drawal of the invitation to a Hilo
team to participate in the fair series.
If, however, a Hllo team does not ac
cept the Invitation for the New Year's
day game a strong team will be invit
ed to come from Honolulu. The re
mainder of the athletic program will
be arranged by a special committee
Mr. Melnecke has charge of the secur
ing of a visiting ball team.
Prior to the Athletic Committee's
meeting that body met with the
Ground Committee of the Fair and
Hacing Association and various sub
jects were discussed among them be
ing the using of the Territorial lluild
ing for tlie basketball games, and the
necessary Improvements and fixtures
were planned in detail. The improve
ment of the baseball diamond was al
so discussed and a general 1111 was
considered necessary to bring the
grounds into good condition for such
sports as soccer and football. The
mater of tennis courts also having
been brought up, it was decided that
an area large enough for more than
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE, AND
OF THE SALE.
Notice is hereby givn that, under
the power of sale, contained in that
certain indenture of Mortgage of date
September 16, 1919, made and execut
ed by Rebecca Knhuc Mandonca,
Joseph Kahue, John Kahue, Pili Ka-
hue, Julian Kahue, Lucy Lokana,
Johnnie Lokana, and Joe Mandonca,
as mortgagors, to the Bank of Maul,
Limited, a domestic banking corpora
tion, as mortgagee, acknowledged be
fore Enos Vincent, a notary public,
on said 10th day of September, 1919.
tho owner and holder thereof intends
to foreclose said mortgage, and sell
the mortgaged property therein named
because of the non-payment of the
principal and Interest due on tho
promissory note secured thereby.
The above mentioned mortgage was
given to secure the payment of a
promissory note of Two Hundred Dol
lars, of date September 1G, 1919, pay
able one year after date, and drawing
interest at the rate of 109f per annum
said note being signed by Rebecga
Kahue Mandonca, Joseph Kahue, John
Kahue, Pill Kahue, Julian Kahue, Lucy
Lokana, Johnnte Lokana, and Joe
Notice is likewise given that, after
the expiration of three weeks from the
date of first publication of this notice,
to-wit, on Saturday, the 31st day of
December, 1920, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, said mortgaged property,
In tho order herein below named, and
for the reasons above stated, will bs
sold at public- auction, at the front en
trance to the Court House, in tho
Town of Wailuku, County of Maul.
Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale Cash.
Deeds at expense of purchaser or
For further particulars apply to the
Bank of Maul, Limited, at Wailuku,
Maul, or D. II. Case, Its Attorney, of
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, this 18th
day of November, 1920.
BANK OF MAUI, LTD.
Description of property to be sold:
(1) All that certain piece or parcel
of land described In R. P. 4C51, L. C.
A. G148 P fp Nahoa, containing two
apanas and having an area of 3.35
acres, and situate at Kahakuloa, Maul,
(2) All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Kahakuloa, Mai;l,
T. II., described in It. P. 2919, L. C. A.
G148 G to Wala, and containing an
area of 1.825 acres.
(3) All that certain piece or par
cel of land situate at Kabakualoa,
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE
C that I am on Maui on my regular
(4 reached Jjy n hone at the a hku
W way Piano and one Starr Player Piano for sale at the right price -k
U Respectfully yours, E. G1ESECKE ' !fi
Fair Tug o' War Cup
Won by Wailuku Team
yValluku's tug of war team takes the
cup offered by the Fair and Racing
Assocf-atlon. It won tho pull off Sun
day afternoon from Lahalna by gain
ing tho requisite 18 Inches of rope In
53 minutes. This gave the Wallukus
their second victory in three trials and
it was a happy, noisy bunch that road
home Sunday night.
After more than an hour of delays
at Lahalna both teams were at last
ready for tho signal after 4:30 o'clock.
When Starter Bowkcr gave the word
the Wailuku team got the drop and
look 5 inches on the jump. That ad
vantage Lahalna was never able at
any time to overcome. Wailuku held
and made a gain of some two inches
more up to 51 minutes of pulling.
Then came the finish and the neces
sary eleven more Inches of rope were
From the start Lahalna's task was
almost hopeless. As the teams drop
ped the rope slipped down from Jjic
waist of the Lahalna anchor andTvau
around his leg. It was only a1 ques
tion of lime that he would have to
make an effort to get It In proper
place. When tho Wailuku captain and
coach, C. F. N. Uose, saw the effort
was to be made he gave his team the
signal and It was all over quickly."
Wailuku's tram, considerably out
weighed by tho La,halnas, was com
posed of Bill Cockett, Sam Naeole,
Henry do la Cruz, Frank Lawrence,
Sam Kauhane, KaahikI l'oopoe and
William Enos (anchor.) ' Carl Itose
was captain and coach. . j
Punahou, Kamehameha and McICn
ley are now tied for the Honolulu In
ter-seholastlc championship each with
two victories and one defeat.
Michigan has this year defeated Its
old time, rival, Chicago, 11-0.
two courts should bo set aside to pro
vide for the exyansion of tho courts
when more than two were found de-slrable.-
Maul, T. H., described In R. P. 5353,
L. C. A. G148 O to Kamalalawalu, and
containing an area of 2.30 acres.
(4) All that certain piece qr parcel
of land situate at Kahakuloa, Maul, T.
II. described in R. P. G155, L. C. A.
G14G P to Kabul, and containing an
area of .14 of an acre.
(5) All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Kahakuloa, Maui, T.
II. described in R. P. C153, L. C. A.
6146 I to Kaupuna, and containing an
area of .255 of an acre.
(G) All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate In Knhakuloa, Maul, T
H., described in L. C. A. CI 56 V to
Ulda, and containing an area of .37 of
(7) All that certain piece or parcel
of land altuatc at Honokohau, Maui,
T. II., described in R. P. 4014, L. C. A.
6115 D to Leonul nnd containing an
area of .36 of an acre.
(Nov. 19, 26; Dec. 3, 10.)
Rule of tho Treasurer of the County
of Maul, adopted pursuant to the
terms of Section 209S of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii 1915.
1. All vehicles In the County of
Maul, licensed to carry passengers for
hire shall exhibit thereon, in some
suitable place, a plate showing the
number of such license, which plato In
order to preserve uniformity, shall be
furnished at cost by tho Treasurer of
the County of Maui to the ownerof
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, T. IL, Nov
ember 18, 1920.
( Seal )
(Sgd.) WALTER A. ENGLE,
Treasurer, County of Maui.
(Nov. 19, 26; Dec. 3.)
NOTICE TO OWNERS AND DRIV-
ERS OF VEHICLES LICENSED
TO CARRY PASSENGERS.
In accorJWo with tho provisions
of Section 2090 of the Revised Laws
of Hawaii, 1915, and the foregoing rule
of the Treasurer of the County of
Maul, all owners or drivers of voblcles,
licensed to carry passengers are here
by noticed to obtain number plates as
above required from the Olfice of the
Treasurer of the County of Maul, be-
toro the 15th day of December, 1920.
Any person failing to exhibit such
plate as above required after such
date will bo subject to a fine of ?25.00
as provided by Section 2099,eRovl8od
Laws of Hawaii, 1915.
(Sgd.) WALTER A. ENGLE,
Treasurer, County of Maui.
(Nov. 19, 2G; Dec. 3.)
piano tunning trip and can be
Hmoi ai i,-.... p..- !(:
Klnju strengthened his hold on his
wrestling title last week when he de
feated Gene Rodgers of San Francisco
In the Armory at Honolulu, taking
first fall In 11 and second fall In ulx
Ball players from Waseda UiviVcrsl'
ty, Japan, are expected to reach HO'
nolulu In March.
kludge La lid Is has consontod to head
organized baseball to save the game
for the kids. His acceptance Is con
sidered to automatically abolish the
12 team league for the formation of
which steps were recently taken.
Members of the Davis cup team are
expected to give an exhibition game
of tennis in Honolulu tomorrow or
Sunday while the Niagara is In that
. Princeton Tigers fairly devoured Eli
Ynlo last Saturday. Tho scoro'in the
Eastern football classic was 20 to 0
in favor of Princeton.
Harvard has defeated Brown
West Point ran up one of the big
gest scores of the season when it met
and defeated tho Bowdoin eleven by
00 to 0.
HOLIDAY TRAP SHOOTING
Trap shooting will bo the sports
feature of Thanksgiving Day on Maul
and one of tho largest fields ever en
tered In such an event Is .expected to
be at the Fair Grounds. "
Tho match which Is planned has re
sulted from a challenge from Lahalna
and It Is expected there will be at
least four contesting teams, one from
I ho challengers, two from Wailuku
and one from I'ala. If a recess is
taken over the holiday by the legisla
ture It is probable that some of the
law makers will take their relaxation
at tho traps.
TEAM CHANGES NAME
The basket ball team formerly
known as tho Maul Drug Co., Team
has changed its name. It is to be
called the "Jazz Quintet." Tho boys
are going to give demonstrations of
their jazzing abilities in each gam".
They are determined to "Jazz" away
with the senior championship. Wutch
Discrimination Alleged Francisco
Varona, special commissioner to Ha
waii from tho' Philippines to investi
gate labor conditions for the Filipinos
here is quoted In Hllo papers as say
ing his countrymen complain they are
not so well treated as other nationali
ties. He considers perhaps the rea
son is that they are not here with the
idea of remaining definitely or perma
nently. No Favorites Played An article
touching on travel throughout me lour
main lsianus was wrmon uy i" ouuie-
inrv of the Tourist Bureau for tho
Christmas number of tho Paradise of
the Pacific magazine.
STATEMENT OF THE COST OF THE HOALUA BRIDGE
DISTRICT OF MAKAWAO, COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COST OF THE HOALUA BRIDGE, DISTRICT OF MAKAWAO, MAUI, T. H
False Work & Forms
False Work & Forms
A. Hauling Rock & Sand
Tearing Down Old Bridge
Constructing and Removing
Constructing & Removing Forms
Bending and Placing Steel
Mixing & Placing
D. Rock & Sand
E. Concrote Mixer .'.
V. MISC7LLANEOUS & OVERHEAD
TOTAL COST $5321.81
(Wear and Tear on Truck hauling rock and sand not included)
(Engineer'e Superintendence not included)
(Salvago Value of Lumber not deducted)
(Credit on Cement Bags not deducted.) .
C. E. Porklns $9338.00
E. C. Mellor 8697.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI. )
A. P. Low, being first duly sworn on his oath, deposes nnd says that
he is the County Engineor for the County of Maui, Territory or Hawaii:
that tho above and forogolng ls a full, true and correct statement to the
best or his knowledge and bollef or the cost or tho construction or the Hoa
lua Bridge, Makawao, Maui, T. H., constructed by the County of Mauifand
also a mil, true aud correct statement of tho amounts or the rejected tenders
for said work received after public advert isetnont for sealed tenders as pro
vided by fffws.
A. P. LOW.
Subscribed and Sworn to before rao
this 18th day of November, 1920.
E. R. BEVINS,
Notary Public, Second Judicial .Circuit, T. H,
Members of the legislature which
convened November 10, and the presld
lng officers and committees named
Charles S. Chllllngworth, president
Hawaii S. L. Desha, Sr., (hold
over), J. W. Russell (holdover), Er
nest A. K. Aklna (now), Robert Hind
(now). All Republicans.
Maul Harold W. Rico (holdover),
Harry A. Baldwin (new), Antonio F.
Tavares (now). All Republicans.
Oahu John II. Wise (holdover), C.
S. Chllllngworth (holdover), Charles
E. King, (holdover), William M. Ahla
(new), Lawrence M. Judd (new), Jack
Lucas (new). All Republicans.
Kauai Charles A. Rico (holdover),
Republican; John A. Kealoha (new),
Lincoln L. Holsteln, speaker.
East Hawaii Norman K. Lyman,
W. C. Vannattn, Evan da Sllva, Henry
J. Lyman. All Republicans.
West Hawaii II. L. Holsteln, Emll
M. Muller, George K. Kawaha, Francis
K. Aona. All Republicans.
Maul John Fassoth, Peruvla J.
Goodness, Levi L. Joseph, John W.
Kalua, L. B. Kaumehelwn, M. G. Pas
choal. All Republicans.
Oahu (Fourth District) James K.
.Tnrrett, Lorrin Andrews, Albert M.
Cristy, Clarence II. Cooke, Gerrit P.
Wilder, Fred D. Lowrey. All Repub
licans. Oahu (Fifth District) Frank Arch
er, Edwin K. Fernandez, Republicans;
George II. Holt, Jr., David M. Kupi
hen, Jesse Ululhl, Robert Ahuna, Dem
ocrats. Kauai W. A. Fernandes, David K.
Hayselden, John Hoopale, Nicholas K.
Hoopii. All Republicans.
Ways and Means Charles Rice,
chairman; Hind, Wise, II. W. Rice,
Judlcilary Russell, chairman; Tava
res, Aklna, Judd, Ahla.
Public Lands and Internal Improve
ments Desha, chairman; Hind, Wise,
Public Health Baldwin, cnairman;
Education King, chairman; Judd,
ReVJsion and Printing Wise, chair
man; Lucas, Kealoha.
Accounts H. W. RRlce, chairman;
Rules Aklna, chairman; Rice, Judd,
Agriculture, Forestry and Promotion
Hind, chairman; Ahla, II. W. Rice.
Public Expenditures Lucas, chair
man; Ahla, Tavares.
Military Judd, chairman; Ahia,
Finance Clarence H. Cooke, chair
man; F. D. Lowrey, E. M. Muller, N.
K. Lyman, John Fassoth, Nicholas Ho
opii, Robert Ahuna.
Judiciary Lorrin Andrews, chair
man; Albert M. Cristy, Judge John W.
Kalua, D. K. Hayselden and David M.
Education Henry J. Lyman, chair
man; F. D. Lowrey, E. M. Muller, J.
A. Hoopale and George Holt, Jr.
f.. -. 10.90
Position in Washington
In Tendered to M'Carthy
Governor Charles J. McCarthy will
enter on a two-year term Juno 1 as
Washington representative of the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce.
This was decided at a meeting or
tho chamber last week when the rec
ommendation of the board at directors
for the appointment was approved by
a unanimous vote.
George McK, McClellan, present.
Washington representative of tho
chamber, will retire from that position
November 30 on tho expiration of his
term. The chamber will be represen
ted In the national capital In the In
terval until June 1 by S. M. Ballou,
Washington representative of tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association.
Raymond C. Brown, secretary of the
chamber, will go to Washington In
March to remain three monts fnm
lllarlzlng himself with affairs for the
benefit or tliQ chamber. In addition
to his salary he will be paid $2500 for
expenses during bis absence from Ho
nolulu. He has not had a vacation in
eigth years, n
Health M. O. Paschoal, chairman:
G. K. Kawaha, Nicholas Hoopii, Gcrrlt
P. Wilder and D. M. Kuplhea.
Public Lands N. K. Lyman, clia'r
man; W. C. Vannatta, George Kawaha,
P. J. Goodness, J, K. Jnrrett, J. A.
Hoopale and George Holt, Jr.
County James K. Jarrett, chairman
A. M. Cristy, F. K. Aona, Levi Joseph,
W. A. Fernandez.
Accounts Evan da Sllva, chairman
C. II. Cooke, P. J. Goodness, H. J.
Lyman, Robert Ahuna.
Printing F. K. Archer, chairman;
L. B. Kaumehelwa, F. K. Aona, Levi
Joseph and E. K. Fernandez.
Agriculture E. K. Fernandez, chair
man; G. P. Wilder, John Fassoth,
Jesse Ulu'.hl, W. Fernandez.
Miscellaneous L. B. Kaumehelwa,
chairman; Lorrin Andrews, M. G.
Paschoal, W. C. Vannatta, Jesse Ulul
hl. Rules D. K. Hayselden, chairman;
J. W. Kalua, Frank Archer, Evan da
Silva anl II. L. Holsteln.
Kauai Election Returns Kuhio car
ried Kauai by G5 votes insteadTjf one
vote as first reports said. Kealoha's
majority over Coney was 73.
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CURLING IRONS Indespensable service for Milady's dressing
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CHRISTMAS IS ONLY 35 DAY AWAY!
The Maui Drug Company, Ltdv
WAILUKU MARKET ST.
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STILL THEY COME
Toys, Toys and more toys. Another large consignment has
arrived from Santa's workshop and is on display for you to
choose from. Surely it will be a Merry Christmas.
Gifts for the older folk as well as for the youngsters arc
here in wide field of choice. Make out your gift list now, call
and make your selections and avoid the worry of last minute.
MAUI BOOK STORE
Wall Paper Clearance Sale
To make room for new stock we are selling more than twenty
thousand rolls of wall paper at discounts varying frm fifty to
twenty per cent. This is your chance to replace that old, soiled
wall paper with something bright, artistic and up-to-date in every
Call or write for samples and make your selections early.
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Territory Foots Bill Owing to the
fact that the army did not deliver all
the cement promised Tor construction
of Kamehameha Highway on Oahr
tho costs or construction were i
creased $13,000 and the Territory
maklng'good the difference.
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