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DAILY MAUI NEWS, FIJI DAY, DKCF.MP.KK 8. 1022.
THREE SOMEBODY'S STENOG The Old Crab Registered U. S. Patent Office By Hayward RST .' EASY Bars'. ITS AJICE OF'-fOU TO&LOVJ IAJ BUT REMEMBER THE OLD CRAB'S A BEAR rb Gloom - r A - f 1 rvi - TatfHsw . . : I --il.77" 3 i a 1 A l ft i i r ,, L-M'W I l if I I I Kir V VHAT? tOAl TMEAA 'DU'RE. THE FAMOUS UTILE 'ALF -BACK "TI6ER, AlTHERS - TH'3REATJ VHO PLAV6BTH(?3U6 A HALF WITH A BUSTED SHDULDER? WHY'lOU'lfe tHAf?AI?D HISTOffYV: T SMITHERS THATii MF- -on. VVHATS LEFT : r HARVARD ? I II THE Dl'iU V 7 , IT I v 771 - .'-e " i 'iicxiTf Bajo Ba6o Bum : Tie em UP, TEAR 't-AA (JP, ?OA m IAj PUM'. Who 0 ma'- it THUix iT . if? 'ry-vxij I x A-E-HAWAKft -. ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $1.C0 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wajluku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H. Paia Mercantile Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Cigars, Refreshments Lower Paia, Maui. FROGS LEGS You can always get them at CHOCK'S CAFE ALAKEA AND KING STREETS When in Honolulu Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd. Everything in paper, stationery and supplies. Prices quoted on application and samples submitted MAILE BUTTER 70 CENTS A POUND You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It is the brand for New Zealand's choicest product, the finest in this Territory. Maui Soda & Ice Works, Limited "We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku WILLIAM D'ESMOND Engineer and Architect (Member American Association Engineers) Designer and Builder of Homes for Particular People Opposite Maui Book Store WAILUKU, MAUI Administration In German New Guinea Indicted By Welsh SYDNEY, N. S. W. (By Associated Press Mail) An indictment of the Australian administration of the man dated territory of German New Guinea has been uttered by W. Welsh, F.R.G. ' S., honorary treasurer of the Royal Australia Historical society, who has j just returned from a visit to Rabaul. Many people in the territory would prefer government from Downing street to that which they were obtain ing from Melbourne and the inex perience of the administration was at the bottom of the troubles he said. "Germany had had time to benefit i j by her experience, but when Australia j rushed in with a staff, many of whom ; were poorly qualified, matters chang ! ed speedily for the worst," he declar ' ed, "The native problem has become j acute because of unwise laws for their protection, and the manner of ! their administration. Often it seem that the word of a black man is pre ferred to that of a white, and this makes for victimization and lack of ' control. Complaint also has been of 1 improper conduct on the part of officials. "Chinatown seems to be the favor ed part of Rabual and a .great deal of the trade goes there, but sanitary con ditions are so bad that the govern ment surveyor told me that he could get his men to work there only two hours at a time. Disease is rampant. The natives have only a vague idea of the value of money and, when they ' are paid, there wages go speedily into the hands of the orientals. "Taxation is excessive. Many men have been waiting months to have mining laws gazetted. Complaint al so was made concerning the lack of a proper water supply and bad hospital ' conditions." right, foot as he walks. The next event may be "throwing the javelin." A hat is inverted and placed on the floor near the goal. Each contestant is armed with a pencil. The one who succeeds in throwing the pencil into the hat first wins. For "putting the shot" a basket is placed on the floor and each of the two competitors throws six beans into it, one at a time, the quickest thrower winning. The, game may close with a dancing race by all players, one from each side two-stepping to the goal, and each winner scoring for his or her team. w TT O Y AT EN ERE O THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Harold Donaldson Eberlein Joint Author of "Practical Book of Interior Decoration," Etc. NO. 41 Stuart Period "Leather" Chairs I all n I j I - DO YOU KNOW Who was the first Secretary of the Treasury? Why are there four suits in a pack : of cards? Whut form of government has Mex-; ico? ' When was the great fire in Chicago? ( Where is the U. S. Naval Academy?' THE ABILITY TO PAY depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral stand ing guarantees the reliability of their insurance contracts, both under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have arisen in conflagrations. Why Stand In Jeopardy? We represent leading companies of the world. C. Brewer & Company (Limited) Insurance Department) P. O. Box 347 : : : : Honolulu, T. H. MEXICO ACCEPTS CRAZE Best Service We are able to and do give the most dependable, prompt and effi cient service in cleaning, repairing and pressing men's vd wcme.i's clothing. Satisfaction guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Market Street, opp. Kalua Ave. 'ASSOCIATED PRESS! MEXICO CITY Dobbed hair is j now so popular in Mexico City that among young girls long tresses are considered unusual. The craze for short hair was start ed several months ago when a num ber of young women who had been attending schools in the United States returned home. The idea became popular and, overridding the old be lief that only women of doubtful morals wore their hair bobbed, it was not long before the younger set of the capital adopted it unanimously. . The Daily Fun Hour v A little before the middle of the sev enteenth century, when chairs were no longer kept for heads of families only and were becoming more and more numerous and taking the places of benches and stools, a type known as the "leather" chair was in much favor. The cut shows a good example of the Stuart "leather" chair made about 1650. They were called "leather" chairs because the seat and upper part of the back were upholstered with leather, studded with nails. Fre quently, instead of leather, some other strong, heavy material was used for upholstery. The front legs and front stretcher were turned, while the back legs and other stretchers were plain. Chairs of this type were not only strong and durable, but were also much easier and cheaper to make than the heavy "wainscot" chairs. It was therefore natural that there should be a greater number of them. Judging from the old inven tories, they were common throughout the American Colonies. Oak and other kinds of wood were used for making them. Chaira of this type are being repro duced and are especially appropriate for use in dining rooms and libraries. Good, robust proportions are neces sary to give this sort of chair its proper style. Avoid reproductions that are ilimsy-looking. Answers To Yesterday' Queries Myron T. Merrick is American Am-. bassador to France. The good fortune attributed to four leal' clovers is supposed to be on account of their resemblance which they bear to the cross. Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, W. H. Harrison, Tyler, Taylor and Wilson were born in Virginia. April 23 is the latest date on which ! Easter can fall. j Bering Strait separates Alaska from, Siberia. ' OF COURSE We don't need to tell you that. Just wanted you to form the good habit of asking your grocer for the Kona Coffee with the red label in one pound pack ages or five pound cans. Hawaiian Kona is the Best SMMS RPFr iAi . 3 KONA COFFEE THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Honolulu Music Co. The Latest Rolls Now On Sale At Wailuku Branch Phone 250-A Listed below are the records re-( leased during December. Come in and hear them played. 18906 Vocal "Stumbling," Billy! Murray; "Coo Coo," Charles Harrison.! j 18942 ..Vocal "Away Down South," j Peerless Quartet; "Way Down Yonder j in New Orleans," Peerless Quartet. i J 18943 Vocal "All Over Nothing at j ! All," Aileen Stanley and Billy Mur-j ray; "I'll Stand Beneath Your Window Tonight and Whistle," Aileen Stanley, j and Billy Murray. ! 18944 Vocal "Call Me Back, Pal io'Mine," Charles Harrison; "For the I j Sake of Auld Lang Syne," lewis ! James. 18945 Fox Trot "Zenda," by Zez Confrey and his Orchor-tra; "When the; Leaves Come Tumbling Down," by Clyde Doerr tnd Orchestra. 18946 Fox Trot "Chicago," By Taul Whlteman and Orchestra; "Early in 'the Morning Blues," the Virginians, j 18947 Fox Trot "I Wish I K;-ew" and "Suez," by Ctydo Doerr and his . Orchestra. j 18948 Fox J'roi "Siuttcrir.g ' by the 'Benson Orchestra of Chicago; "Those ! Longing For You Blues," Benson Or chestra of Chicago. j 1R919 Fox Trot "I'll Build a Stair, 'way to Paradise" and "You Remind ' Me Of My Mother," by Paul Wh'.le ! man and his Orchestra. 18950 Fox Trot "I Found a Four ' Leaf Clover" and "Two Little Ruby ; Rings," by Taul Whlteman and his I Orchestra. LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATER PER CASE. MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten tion are the best THE LAHAINA STORE Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii. TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went into effect November 18, 1911. TOWARDS WAILUKU P M P M P M ALEXANDER & BALDWIN LIMITED Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Maui Agricultural Company Hawaiian Sugar Company Kahuku Plantation Company riBryde Sugar Company Kahului Railroad Company Kauai Railroad Company Honolua Ranch Kauai Fruit & Land Company Indoor Sports These are enjoyable indoor par odies of various outdoor sports. Starting lines, goal posts, etc., should be arranged as in genuine athletic events. Indoors it is more convenient for only two at a time to complete. The players may be divided into teams, and one from each team may represent his side in each contest. The program may begin with a rainy-day race described in detail in a former Daily Fun Hour. Each of the two opposing competitors must put on hat, raincoat, rubbers, and must pick up and carry an umbrella and run to the goal. The winner .scon s one point for his team. The next race requires guards to prevent any accident, as the two competitors are blindfolded before they run to ward the goal. The one reaching the goal first scores for his team. The next pair of contestants may have a hopping race, each hopping on one foot to the winning post. This may be followed by a stone race, each competitor pushing a pebble with his JEWELRY PLEASES And what you want at Christmas time is to give pleasure to your relatives and friends MAKE YOUR CHOICE from the largest stock of Jewelry on Maui and at the lowest prices. Rings, diamonds and other precious and semi-precious stones. Watches, open face, hunting case and wiist in gold and silver. 5 33 E 23 5 20 5 10 S 09 5 00 4 68 4 62 4 Gl 4 45 3 30 3 20 ! i 3 17 3 07 3 0! 2 65 2 63 2 47 2 46 2 401 AM 1 25 1 16 4 44 2 39 4 4012 35 8 35 8 23 8 20 8 10 8 08 8 00 7 67 7 52 7 6nj 7 45 7 44 7 401 V M 6 35 6 25 Distance Miles 15.3 12.0 84 6.5 3.4 14 0 STATIONS A..Wailuku..l L.. ..A 0 ..Kahului .. A.. ..1. 3.3 L.. ..A .. Spreck-.. 6.9 A., elsville ..1 L.. ..A 98 .. Puia . A.. ..L L.. ..A .. Mama- .. 119 A..kuapoko..l Tj.. ..A ..Pauwela.. 13.9 A.. ..I. I... Hniku ..A 15.3 TOWARDS HAIKU Distance Miles A MA MP M 6 40'8 40 6 501 8 60 6 62 7 02 7 03 7 12 7 16 7 20 7 22'.. 7 30 1 30 PM 8 85 1 40,3 45 J 1 42 1 62 1 63 2 05 2 07 2 14 2 16 7 32. 7 361. 3 4 3 57 3 68' 4 10 4 12 4 19 4 20 Necklaces, gold, coral and bead, Jade articles, Novelties Bargain Sale, December 9th to 30th. H. KANESHIGE Puunene Ave. JEWELRY Kahului 2 23 4 28 2 2514 SOI 2 8.T4 25 10 P M 5 31 5 43 PUUNENE DIVISION TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI g i i ' 2 ; Passenger Passenger Distance j 8TATIONS j Distance Passenger Passenger PM AM Miles ! ' Mi'es AM PM 2 60 6 00 .0 iL..Kahului..A 2.5 6 22 31S 1 00 10 2.5 A Pnunene.L .0 S 11 VS 1. All trains dally except Sundays. t. A Bpscial Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, eicept Sundays at 6:10 a. m.. arriving at Kahului at 6:50 a. m., and connecting with the 1:00 a. m. train for Puunene. I. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal bapgage will be earrled free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when baggage is In charge of aud on the same train as the holder of the ticket For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be charged. Tor Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff ICC i No. 12 or inquire at any of the D epot ALL MAUI READS MAUI NEWS WANT ADS.