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THE MAUI NEWS, FIJI DAY, JUNE 17, 1921.
On The Other Islands
Tv Welcome Farrington Plans
liave been started by the Honolulu Al
Club, and other civic organizations
will join, to welcome V. H. Farring
ton, governor to be, on his return
from the mainland, June 28. lie Is to
met olT port and the Ad Club will be
host at a luncheon the day of his ar
rival. It is to bo a community affair
with the Ad Club as sponsor.
Fires at Hakalau Fire which, it is
alleged was started by a cigaret care
lessly dropped by a Japanese land
leaser, swept through the Honohina
section of Hakalau plantation, Ha
waii burning 15 acres of forest reserve
While fighting the forest fire a care
less laborer dropped a cigaret and
the resulting fire burned over an area
of 40 acres of cane.
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in Honolulu. Judge Hatch went to
the national capital as a member of
the territorial legislative commission.
For years Judge Hatch has been prom
inently before the public In Honolulu
He is now chairman of the governors
of Queen's Hospital.
Welfare Club Formed For the
planting In the hearts of all Forto
Iticans a full Americanism and to
see that they become better citizens,
the Forto Hican Welfare Association
formed in Honolulu, Saturday with
J. S. Morales as president. It is the
first time that any degree of success
has attended efforts in that direction
in the 20 years that, the Forto Ricann
have been in the Islands.
Flag Day Observed Flag Day, June
14, was observed by the Honolulu
Klks at their home at Walkikl with
public ceremonies. Harry Murray de
livered the tribute to the flag and
Governor McCarthy delivered a patri
Ice Price Boosted Effective Juno
27 the Hilo Electric Company has
rased the price of Ice to 75 cents a
hundred for minimum deliveries of
half a ton a month or less, thereafter
prices declining according to quanti
ties used to as low as $6.00 a ton.
Against Tattooing The army and
navy authorities, in conjunction with
he city and county officers, have
begun a campaign to drive out of
business the so-called tattooing par-
ors of Honolulu. The parlors are
said to have spread diseases among
sailors and soldiers. City Attorney
W. H. Heen has begun preparing an
ordinance which. If passed, will force
the tattooers out of business.
Anthony Lidgate Dies After a long
illiess of heart trouble and complica
tions, Anthony Wdgate, manager of
Hmakua Plantation, Hawaii, died
June 6 in Hilo Hospital and funeral
services were held Kamehameha Day.
He was G3 years of age and came to
Hawaii when very young.
Honolulu Jeweler Dies H. F.Wich
man who entered the jewelry busi
ness In Honolulu in 1887 and who was
president of the firm of H. F. Wich
man & Co., for the last several years,
died last Sunday. He was a native
of Germany, 5G years of age and had
suffered a lingering illness.
Theresa Out of Prison Princess
Theresa Belleveau, convicted of an
efTort to have probate da forged In
strument purporting to be the last
will of former Queen Liliuokalani,
was released from the territorial pris
on last Saturday, paroled by Governor
McCarthy after having served a two
Judge Hatch III Serious illness of
Judge Francis M. Hatch in Washing
ton is reported In messages received
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall, Wai
luku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month, at 8 p. m.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
F. A. LUFKIN, C. C.
C. E. CHATTERTON, K. R. & S.
Ford parts kept in stock
Repairs made on any
make of car, first class
workmanship at most
reasonable charges with
Charles McGurn, former
ly with Newton Garage
R. TSUTSUMI & J. OKIMI
New building on Mauka side
of Puunene Road.
Keep Your Pictures
It preserves them for future
Complete new assortment
from 35tf to $10.25.
Special Attention to Orders
1059 Fort Street Honolulu.
New Theater Construction work
on the new rsijou theater In Hono
lulu started the first of the week.
Specifications call for an expenditure
Under the provisions of Act 235
Session Laws of 1921, all persons
operating Motor Vehicles upon the
Fublic High-way or other Public
places, must obtain a License so to
do as specified In such Laws.
This applies to all persons whe
ther or not tfiey have heretofore pro
cured licenses under County Ordinance.
The undersigned, Examiner of
Chauffeurs of the County of Maui,
will be prepared to grant and issue
licenses In accordance with said Act
at his office at Wailuku between the
hours of 10:00 A. M. and 3:00 P. M..
week days excepting Saturday and
at such other places as he will de
signate from time to time on and
after the 1st day of June, A. D., 1921.
Dated at Wailuku this 26th day of
May, A. D., 1921.
P. J. GOODNESS,
Examiner of Chauffeurs for
and within the County of
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company
Maul Agricultural Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
McDryde Sugar Company
Kahului Railroad Company
Kauai Railroad Company
Kauai Fruit & Land Company
Miss Carey Scores
Splendid Success in
Her Honolulu Debut
Announcement that Miss Sadie
Carey, young coloratura soprano and
former Maul girl, will render a recital
in the Territorial Building on June 29
proved welcome news to all music
lovers on Maul and to those who
knew, her while ehe lived on the Val
ley Isle. Last week she gave a recit
al at the Elks' Home in Honolulu
which was a splendid success and of
which Arthur A. Greene, musical
critic for The Advertiser said:
"Prophecy is a dangerous business
and far room nty metier but It would
seem not a very daring thing to pre
dict a real career for Miss Sadie
Carey. Her debut at the Elks' club
at Waikiki Inst night was a triumph
which should go far toward inspiring
that unquestionably talented young
singer through the trying ordoal
which must be undergone If one reach
the true heights of artistry.
"She is amply endowed as to voice.
she has a most useful handmaiden in
the matter of personality and the tu
toring she has so far received estab
lishes beyond cavil that she Is poten
tially an artist who should "arrive
brilliantly when Italy and the mast
ters have given her what they have
"Her voice has an unmistakable
coloratura quality, its volume and
range are exceptional in so young a
sinjrer and her shadings are accurate.
S'ie was heard to best advantage in
Sanderson's delightful pastel "The
Valley of Laughter" and to prove Her
versatility she gave Ariditrs florid
"il l'acio" and the familiar "Good
Bye" of Tosti quite In the profession
"The 'cello numbers by Miss Doro
thy Pasmore presented that rarely
fine virtuosa in her most appealing
mood. It is difficult to restrain en
thusiasm touching the work of Mrs.
Ralph Fishbourne, the accompanist.
Unobtruslively beautiful was her
playing. It amounted to thorough
BEST SERVICE ON MAUI
With our new equipment we
are able to give the most de
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service in cleaning, pressing,
repairing and dyeing of Men's
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Market St., opp. Kalua Ave.
NOTICE OF SALE
V,y order of the Hoard of Supervi
sors of the County of Maui there will
be Hold at Public sale to the highest
bidder there for cash, the building
heretofore used for restaurant, bar
ber shop, and living quarters, com
monly known as the Kani Yen Iiuild
ing, situated on the premises to be
used for the extension of Vineyard
Street through the east side of Mar
ket Street at Wailuku.
Purchaser must a;;ree to remove
the building within two weeks of
date of purchase. Sale to take place
on Saturday, the 18lh day of June.
11121, at 12 o'clock, at the front door
of the aforesaid premises.
Ky Order of the Hoard of Super
visors within and for the Coun
ty of Maui.
WM. FRED KAAi:,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
(June 10, 17.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT GENERAL LEASE.
At 10 o'clock, A. M., Friday, July
1, 1921, at the front door of the Cap
itol Building, Honolulu, T. H., there
will be sold at Public Auction under
Section 380 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii of 1915 a General Lease to
the following described Government
That portion of the Government
land of Makakupaia, Molokal be
tween the Makakupaia Fish Pond
and the main Government Road, con
taining an area of four acres, more
or less, term of lease, 18 years from
July. 1, 1921; upset rental, $25.00 per
annum, payable semi-annually In ad
vance. The Purchaser of this lease shall
during the first five years expend
not less than $1000.00 in Improve
ments, such as grading, fencing and
erecting of buildings.
The Purchaser shall pay the costs
of advertising and other charges In
connection with the preparation of
The Purchaser shall pay the first
six months' rental at the drop of the
The sale of the above Lease is sub
ject to terms of Government General
Lease issued by the office of the Com
missionr of Public Lands.
For maps, form of General Lease
and further particulars, apply at the
ollice of the Commissioner of Public
Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H., May 20,
(June 3, 10, 17, 24.)
K. MACHIDA rcRDG store 1
The Best in Town
And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain
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Can Your Car Stop?
ANY automobile is able to stop, but this fact
doesn't mean that all automobiles are in a
If your brakes are severely worn they will not
hold your car for an emergency stop as they
should. And emergencies are the only times
when your brakes really count.
Because John-Manville Non-Burn Asbestos
brake lining is made of carefully selected material
it will stop your car properly and maintain its
efficiency long after ordiary lining has worn to
a dangerous condition.
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Sole Agents For Johns-Manville Products in the
IT IS NOT A HOME
ill i , i jiiiice uic iM'st lait'iiis 01 me
I I I i I, IvPa musical world within tlio homo
V ' Jfif!ag" j combining the groat est ajwi'-
uiL gat ion of artists evor nssom-
Without a Player-Piano
Tin; over increasing promi
nence and popularity of the
modern player-piano as one of
the supreme, exponents of rite
musical realm, is commentary
on the new thought regarding
music. Heretofore the oppor
tunity for enjoying music has
heen confined now limitations
are ended. Instruments, both
new and remodeled in stock.
place the host talents of the
HONOLULU MUSIC COMPANY, LTD.
MAIN AND HIGH STS., WAILUKU JACK BERGSTROM, Representative
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