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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922.
XI m; Molokai Homes Project Going Further Ahead three-quarters Hawaiian, wiiv lull blooded Hawaiian, seven childivn. j carpenter, employed by ilawaiiriii Contracting: Co. Henry A. Wise, brohter ol Senator John H. Wise, 40 years old, half Hawaiian, wife half Hawaiian, seven children, carpenter, residing at Wai- 1 1 mea, Kauai. Mrs, Rebecca Kealoha Kaihu, 32 C tt i years old, full blooded Hawaiian, live Commission Accepts 1 welve ; children, husband full blooded llawai New ADnlicantft and Arlnnta' lan- resident of Kaanakakai. Molokai. PP"cams ana Adopts Frank Y Ageu - yoars ol(1 VMn?c PollCV To Be Carried Out I Hawaiian, wife full blooded Hawaiian iw.o cnnuren, einpioyen as primer ity Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Mn, David Kaal, hair Hawaiian, husband full blooded Hawaiian, eight children, resident, of Kaunakakai. Mrs. Miriam Kapana, 30 years old, full blooded Hawaiian, husband full blooded By Settlers (ASSOCIATED TRESS) HONOLULU, August 16 Twelve new applicants for homes in the settlement tract of the Ha waiian homes commission on Molo kai were accepted by the commission at a meeting held yesterday afternoon in the Governor's office, filling the twenty lots thus far surveyed. Three lots remain, one reserved for a demonstration farm, on which will live Superintendent Thornton Lyman, and two not yet surveyed, added to the tract by the development of an other well. Seventy-nine applications have been received to date, of whom some thirty have been rejected for reasons in the discretion of the commission Those Accepted The names of those accepted yes terday follows: Zacchary Pali Pahupu, 47 years old. full blooded Hawaiian, wife full blood ed Hawaiian, seven children, employe of Molokai ranch. K. Keala Kupihe, 46 years old, full blooded Hawaiian, wife full blooded Hawaiian, four children, luna at Wa be used or rultivaied during such ab ' ponre. A form or lease drafted by the at 1 torney general and providing, among I otlipr things, Hint (I) Hie tenant must i take up his residence on his lot with i In one year from the date on which i his application is granted (2) that theie may be no subletting of his interest in his lot to another and (3) that he may encumber his holding ; with no mortgage or .other lien un 1 less the same shall first have been approved by the commission, was read and held for further considera , tion. Secretary Cooke felt that leases should reserve rights of way for ir rigation ditches or pipe lines, and roads, rs a protection against the possible needs of the tract, or other Maui Eggs Shipper Is Given Opportunity To Tell Own Story Homes Commission Report Shows Money Expended Monthly adjoining tracts, f0 years or more Hawaiian, four children liv-1 hence. Before offering a lease to ing at Auld Lane, Honolulu. settlers, he also believed (lie com- Marcellus Duboit, 34 years old, half ; mission should pass and publish reg Hawaiian, wile lull blooded Hawaiian, ! ulatlons as in fencing, pasturage and seven children, employed as engineer j other community matters. These will by Hawaiian Contracting Co. j be drawn up by him, with the as- Daniel K. Hipa, 29 years old, full 1 sistance of Superintendent Lyman, blooded Hawaiian, wife full blooded Hawaiian, four children, employed as second mate on Hawaii Meat Co's S. S. Bee. David K. Martin, 43 years old, seven-eights Hawaiian, wife full blooded Hawaiian, four children, builder, living in Kaimuki. Present at the meetng were Gov ernor Farrington, the Princess Ka lanianaole, Secretary George I'. Cooke, the Rev. Akaiko Akana, and Rudolph M. Duncan. Must Work Land and submitted to the commission as soon as practicable. None Yet Settled The secretary was instructed to send circular letters to applicants who have been definitely rejected, in formed them ,of their fate, and to others not. yet accepted asking if they wished their names kept on file in 1 he event that lots now as signed should not be taken up by accepted applicants, or for the open ing of another settlement tract. None of the accented annlicants Is The commission adopted a resolu yet settled on his land, though three Eggs that have been left in ware-1 house, not cold storage, for a month may be expected to be anything but j strictly fresh when they are opened j and If so left in storage by the con- j Bignee the shipper should not be j blamed if they are not fit for con-! sumption. Such is the contention of j Joseph T. Sing of Makawao who ap pears to have been unfairly treated in Honolulu from the correspondence which he submits. (ASSOCIATED rtUCSS) HONOLULU, Aug 16 Representa tive Norman Lyman called on the territorial auditor for nn itemized statement of all moneys expended to date by the homes commission. Gov ernor Farrington, commenting on Lyman request, said "That is always the privelege of stockholders in Hie company. It will be a good thing for ! the people of the territory to learn i how we have been spending their i money." The commissions financial spending IT WILL PAY YOU to see what THE PRUDENTIAL has to offer before closing with any other life insurance company. BANK OF MAUI, LTD. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT tion declaring it. their policy that tenants shall continuously occupy, use or cultivate their lots after set tling upon them, except as they may hlawa for California Packing Cotpor-i be granted leave of absence by the ation. commission after satisfying the mem- Henry A. Wise, brother of Senator I bers that their land will continue to SUITS TO ORDER Two members of our firm have studied tailoring in Mainland schools and hold diplomas. KOREAN MERCHANT TAILOR CO. PUUNENE ROAD KAHULUI P. O. BOX 40 Orders accepted for anything in Men's Clothing. TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went Into effect November 18, 1918. TOWARDS WAILUKU Distance Distance 9 7 5 3 1 STATIONS 2 4 6 8 . 10 Miles Miles PMPMPMAMAM A M A MP MPMPM 6 33 3 80 1 25 8 35 6 35 A..Wailuku..I. 6 40 8 40 1 30 3 35 5 38 S 23 3 20 1 15 8 23 6 25 15.3 U. ..A 0 6 50 8 50 1 40 3 45 5 48 ..Kahului.. 5 20 3 17 8 20 12.0 A.. . ,.L 3.3 6 52 1 42 3 47 6 10 3 07 8 10 L.. ..A 7 02 1 52 3 57 .. Spreck-.. 6.9 5 09 3 05 8 08 8.4 A., ilsville ..1 7 03 1 53 3 58 6 00 2 65 8 00 L.. ..A 9.8 7 12 2 05 4 10 5.5 Paia .. 4 68 2 53 7 57 A.. ..L 7 15 2 07 4 12 4 62 2 47 7 52 l. ..A 7 20 .214419. 3.4 .. Hama- .. 11.9 4 51 2 46 7 60 A..kuapoko..l. 7 22 2 15 4 20 4 45 2 40 7 45 L ..A 7 30 2 23 4 28 1.4 ..Pauwela.. 13.9 4 44 2 29 7 44 A.. ,.L 7 32 2 25 4 30 . 4 40 2 35 7 40 0 L.. Haiku ..A 15.3 7 36 2 30 4 85 TOWARDS HAIKU are working tor the commission on the development of t lie tract. Governor Farrington expressed his belief that the preliminary period had been passed and showed anxiety to get to work at putting settlers on the land as rapidly as possible. Per sonally, he was even willing to waive the formality of requiring signed leases now, although he recognized the possible misunderstanding and complications about one chance in 10,000, he thought which such an , omission might entail. Then there are roads to build, a central harbor for all Molokai to develop, more cordial relations to es tablished with the Maul supervisors, the cooperation of the Maul county I engineer to invoke, culverts to build and storm drainage to control, tem porary houses to build while per ' manent quarters for the settlers are j being erected, and not least, an ade i quate supply of labor to obtain. j Eager to Make Showing I All these things the governor con I ceded, but he was visibly eager to i reach a point where the commission ; could point to tangible accomplUU- ment in the shape of a settled, self j supporting tract. 1 The commission authorized the I secretary to buy one second-hand Holt tractor for $1200 without ad- vertising, and to call for bids on a j new Cleveland tractor. Before tak ' ing action, the members listened to an ! opinion from the attorney general I that the statue requiring an adver I tised call lor tenders on all pur- I chases exceeding $1000 did not ap i wuui.c va cu nunc , , , . . . , tt.i.. .i, i,,u f ..Tr-- report showed it had been other chapter in the Sing Egg Case" i aPPioxima ed S6.000 monthly since The Honolulu Star Bulletin published I '? VroW inception. 1 Ms ,nr huh ,1 on July 12. an article telling of the laries, machinery bought Dr. Meads opening of a case of eggs consigned j fee' tractors and all other expense, by Sing to the Municipal Market In j . Honolulu. The Case and some of its i Publishing Delinquent Tax contents, the article said, were open- i i D:nn Q,,,! ed in the presence of Supervisor Eben Llsts May Br,n5 l5u,ts Low of the City and County of Hono- lulu and M. Hairos of the. territorial (associated ntEssi board of health The article said1 HONOLULU. Aug. 16 Tax Assesor many eggs were in an advance stage i Wilder published the delinquent tax of decomposition and some had dead list of 1921 in the newspapers despite young chicks in them. Manager Lun- j the opinion of Attorney General Irwin ing of the market also claimed he that it might lay the territory open to paid ail bills to Sing promptly, or at j suit for damages by persons appearing least sent the money to a Kahului ion the lists erroneously, address, until there were so many -n S'tin,s rf,'?.m CUR,omers f b(J ' Embargo Lifted, California condition of the eggs that he told .& . n r i l . Sing to send no more. i rruit I o Keach Markets Sing claims that, he has been nn- ! Greater Yields and Better Crops T. O. Box 484 Phone 8197 C36.r N. King St.. Honolulu able in the past month to have his side of the story published though he had a letter from the Star Bulletin that acknowledged the receipt of data and said the subject would be taken up with the Municipal Market indicating there would be a further article setting forth the Sing side of the case as he had asked. Maui Newt does not publish statements in cor rection of articles in other news papers until such papers have had the opportunity to make corrections but more than three weeks have elapsed since Sing received the letter rromthe Star Bulletin and so, in Justice to the Maul man. his side of the case is herewith given to the pub lic in so far as the condtion of the eggs shipped by him are concerned. without entering into the controversy; between him and Luning as to pay-j m nt.i r. i. fnit...n - c I "i iaiiuic iu pay iwr eggs i snipped. Shows Long Delays Sing says the case of eggs which was mentioned In the article in the Star Bulletin was shipped on the Ki lauea from Maui on May 28, and not opened until July 11. He has a letter from James L. Logan of the claim department, of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company which says a crate shipped on May 28 was deliver ed to the Municipal Market on July iu, six weens alter snipment, but a Hiro, The Tailor Is Ready to Make Your Latest Style Spring Suit Good Fit Guaranteed Tel. 213-A Market St. Wailuku f ASSO(ATED PRKSS SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 16 The Southern Pacific railway has averted disaster to the California fruit grow ers by raising the embargo on iter- : ishable goods and which will result in hundreds of carloads of fruit moving , immediately from the growing dis-1 tricts. n i $10,000 PRIZE OFFERED I ASSOCIATED TMIKSSI HONOLULU. Aug. 16 The Hono lulu Ad Club has decided to offer n prize of $10,000 to the author of the best novel on Hawaii, which reaches a circulation of luo.ono. mi n mm and Photo Supplies POLICY IS APPROVED (ASSOCIATED ntEssi RAMBOUILLET, France Aug. 16 The French cabinet approved Premier Poincaires reparations policy and has congratulated him on the stand he took at the London conference. SEND FOR CATALOG SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS Honolulu Photo Supply Co. "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" P. O. BOX 1059 FORT ST. FREE PORTS ESTABLISHED (ASSOCIATED TRESS) WASHINGTON. Aug. 16 'I he sen ate approved an amendment to the tariff bill, under which free ones will PUUNENE DIVISION was not taken. Logan says the crate delivered was taken only after the market had been notified repeatedly by postal and by telephone. It will be ply to the purchase of second-hand admitted that Sing is entitled to hava material, which, in the very nature of the case, could not be described in any set of specifications. If tho commission were compelled to ad vertise for a new Holt, it would have to pay approximately $4800 more. -it be established at American pons, where imported raw materials will De second crate shipped on the same date i manufactured for export tree ol duty. M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High tx- TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI 3 1 2 4 Passenger Passenger Distance STATIONS Distance Passenger Passenger P M AM Miles Miles AM P M 2 60 6 00 .0 L..KahuluI..A 2.5 6 22 8 15 3 00 6 10 2.5 A.Puunene.L ,0 . 6 It 1 05 In the Churches those facts presented to the public He contends that the eggs were in good condition when shipped and that it is to be expected that they would be the worse for age after having lain in a warehouse for six weeks. Offers Further Evidence Luning contends that other ship ments were opened or sold and found in bad condition. Sing contends that the reason was the neglect or failure Decline Bolshevism Noted By Sweden STOCKHOLM, July 12 (Associated Press Mail) Premier Planting of Sweden believes that a permanent peace has settled over northern Europe; that is Scandinavia, and that Bolshevism will never make any in roads in this part of t lie world. These thoughts appear in an inter-; view in The Nation. In answer to the rineslion whether Bolshevism could ICH1KI HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H. Makawao Union Church Morning Worship, 11 a. m. S. All trains dally except Sundays. A Special Tram (LADOr Train) win leave waiiunu aany, except ounuayu, js a aw of mcleasin(; returns. The at 5:80 a. m.. arriving at K.anmm at o:ou a. m., ana connecting wun me i Bermon is l,ntllle(ii ..Tne rower of :00 a. m. train for Puunene. Past Victories " BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free ' ' of charge on each whole ticket, ana 7& pounas on i eacn nair ucKei . wnen paja Hawajian Protestant chureh Da(a50 la 1U vuai fiW ui a.uu uu kiic pauiv w um na nuiuvi ui io nv-nvt. Tor excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be charged. For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C No. 12 or inquire at any of the D epots. of Luning, the manager of the market to take them from the warehouse of the i successfully invade Scandinavia, shipping company. He substantiates ! that claim by evidence of long awaits for remittances for the eggs he shipp ed and failure to return the shipping ! crates within a reasonable time. I Sing offers further evidence of a : crate of eggs shipped May 15 having been sold on June 29, in part, the Mr. BEST SERVICE ON MAUI With our new equipment we are able to give the most de pendable, prompt and efficient enrvire in rlpnninn. nreSSin2. JY1 ' tV It' .wm...fj, I. Wailuku Union Church Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Augustine Jones, minister. In the world of moral values, there balance reported as dumped because bad and unsalable.' Again there was a six weeks delay between shipment and sale. Of a consignment of 23 dozen on Rev. Moses M. Kahiapo, Tastor. Junior Christian Endeavor 9:00 10:00. Sunday school 10:00 to 11:00. I Service 11:00 to 12:00 to May 22, a dozen was sold on May 29 two dozen each on June 14, and 15, one dozen marked and broken and the balance dumped in a memo of .Tulv R ! Correspondence on the subject of Urantine said: "Certainly not, for, according to my ; opinion, the Polsheviki have ai.vauy - . r M seen iheir best days, and P.olshevisni repairing and dyeing Of Men S may uenniteiy De sam io ue ... ...r , Women s Uothins. Uur decline." Asked whether he believed in last ing peace in the North, the Premier said: "I have reason to believe so. e have no cause here for military ad ventures." The Premier doubted that the na tionalist movement In the Scandina vian countries would ever give rise to an armed conflict. steam presser can do the work in I ? minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Market St., opp. Ualua Ave. For Sale HOUSE AND LOT ON HIGH STREET Former Residence of V. A. Vetlesen Containing an Area of Aproximately 8000 Square Feet Frontage on High Street, 94 Feet Inquire at MAUI NEWS OFFICE Or Phone 24, Wailuku r'hvi.iinn T.'n.i!ivnr' Ep'ninr linn to ! shipments goes back to last April 2 no p m Sing took the matter up with Su- 1 Every Wednesday church meeting "Perviaor Low and with Governor Far-7-30 to 8 00 I rinKt0B ald he thinks the opening up 'Every Friday church meeting 7:30 :oty.ih& cfase of eggs six weeks after to 8 00 shipment was In the nature of a ' ' frame up against him because of his going to higher officials. a German Chancellor Admits Country Unable To Pay Church of the Good Shepherd. Holy Communion at 8 A. M. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. A cordial invitation to the services of this Church is extended to strang ers, and to people of the community. A welcome to all. "THE SHOP FOR WOMEN'S NEEDS" MARINELLO SHOP H. C. La Moe, Prop. 1110 Fort St., Honolulu Phone 2091 The Community Church, Lahalna V. A. Tato Ph. D. Minister. Series held In Baldwin Kindergar ten the second and fourth Sunday in the month. Bible School at 10 A. M. plantation time. You are cordiiUly invited to attend these services. SERVICES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES St. Anthony's Church Rev. Father Justin, Pastor. Masses 8 and 10 a. ro. BERLIN, Aug. 16 Chancellor Wirth admitted to the Associated Press correspondent that Germany "was unable to carry the reparations program to fulfillment." The chan cellor said "We must first safeguard the nations supply of bread. If any gold remains in the treasury after buying foreign grain we will use it. to pay reparations." He denied that Germany was attempting to evade pay ment to the allies and is visibly de-, pressed at the insecurity of the situa- i : Hon in Europe. Great Eastern Sugar Co. May Reduce Stock Value MACHINE SAVES TIME Mv new HEMSTITCHING MACHINE to turn out such work more rapidly. Dresses, shirts and pyjamas made to order. has arrived and enables me TATSUE KANAKA In Taisho Shoten DRESS MAKING PARLORS Puunere Ave., Kahului Phone C8-A PABC0LIN Our Lady of Victory Church Rev. Father Bruno. Masses 8 and 10 a. m. n- Cotton Figures Announced By Census Department ,0iial to reuu(,e the i,ar ,value o1 J r company s common stock from H I (ASSnriATEI I'UKSS) WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 The cen sus bureau announced the cotton crop consumed in July as 458, 518 bales compared to 5(17, Sti'J bales during the month of June and anainst 410, 142 last July. Lint consumed is given by tlie department at 55,421 linters, last month and 53.385 during June, com pared to 5u,&44 in July, 1921. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) DENVER. 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