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Give the News Job Plant a chance
at your Joo work. Satisfactory re
sult or no pay..
' Another meat market li to be open
ed today on Market street, with Ah
Hoy In charge.
The extremely cool weather pre
vailing on Maul recently was followed
by a mild Kona storm. '
Now is the time for a hui to make
a bid for the idle Hamoa lands and
set out a big pineapple plantation.
,Tho old buildings : are being torn
down to make room for the new Meat
Market building on Market street.
Subscriptions by telephone to the
Maui News are becoming the fad,
from all parts of Maui. The new press
Continued good reports are com
ing in as to the high grade of cane
nnvt heinrr p.ruahed a.t all the' Maui
Smoke the Owl cigar. They, are
the best 5' cents cigar now in the
market. Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co.,
Maui bodge, r . A. M. held a
called meeting At K; of P. Hall last
night to confer degrees and transact
The Aloha leaves Eaanapali this
week with a cargo of Pioneer Plants
tion sugar for the coast, consisting
of 23,000 sacks.'
It is reported thai the 'license
granted to Ulupalakua Ranch to . use
the surplus waters of Pohpoli Springs
is to be cancelled.
The wide tire law is being strictly
enforced by the police, and several
tines have already been imposed for
its non observance.
No dark room is needed when you
have a kodak developing machine.
Write to Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
for catalogue and prices. '
When you are at the Kahului Store,
dont forget to Gil your pocket with
"PeteDailey" cigfirs, if you like a
nice smooth1,"' sweet smoke;'
Se tender for bids Orf revised plans
and specifications for new Jail and
Fire Department Building .in the
"Bv Authority" now running in the
, Nkws. ..
.The koca storm at Lahaina last
Saturday evening raised such a heavy
surf that. the Claudine was unable to
touch there for several waiting pas
It is reported that Yeong ,Yung
will not renew his reisil liquor license
at hissaloon, Waibee of the bridgF
At one time this was the only saloon!
Your name iti the paper- not only
looks well but helps your . business, if
inserted in connection with anintelli
gently Written and tastefully set- up
ad,- .Try it.-
- Plans are being matured for the
immediate erection of a commodious
and. sanitary market in Wailuku. -bv
Mr." W.'T. Robinson, under the super
vision of Contractor Jordam
Ruberoid roofing is a weather
proof, water proof, acid-proof and
fire-reiisting material - that Is prs
eminently the 6uesV roofing for all
purposes. Lewers Jfc Cooke, Ltd,
'" Thef Niws' acknowledges' the re
ceipt of a handsome Christmas card
from one of its German subscribers,
Mr. George Nielsen now of Sonde r
burg, Germany; but formerly weH
known' Maui resident.
TteWWa-beautifuV bit of ToaiJ
longhide the Kahului - store, the re
suit of the'use of crude oil. That ex
periment has proved' so successful
that it is to be hoped that' some -of
our other roads may recieve the same
treatment. " yA
The Kibef road is in. place 'abso
lutely dangerous . and . several ac
cidents have happened reoervtly in its
bog holes. It Is a shame that the
Government has not before now' a'p
plied the appropriation made to re
pair that road.
The best evider.ee of vitality in
town or county can be found in the
columns of its local paper and the
indications now are that from now on
the columns of the News will reflect
the solid and sturdv Growth of m-os
perity on Maui.
A carefully compiled folder of whis
tie and lantern signals for use by
trainmen has been issued by the Ka
hului R. R. Co., a copy of which will
be given to anyone wishing it.
knowledge of these signals will be of
value to teamsters and baokmen.
Captain David Taylor died at 11.5
on Sunday, night. He was born' In
October, l&29v at Oyster Shell Point,
J In his' youth be becamt a
bin boy on the ship "South B6stoh.'
He first came to the Pacific coast in
1848. shortly before gold was dis ;
covered in California. , Od reaching
mature years, he secured a position:
as captain of a whaling vessel, sailing
out of New Bedford, Mass. ..He' was
aster of the "Eohala" in 1886, and
the "Bismarck" in 1888. Sub
sequently he was Captain' of the
Hfttle" and "Odd Fellow," the
packet ."Kate Lee," and the steamer
Kelawe." For a short time he was
stevedore in Honolulu. He then
came to Lahaina, and was agent for
the Inter Island steamer for 15 years!
He also held the offices of postmast-
tax collector, harbor master, pilot
and road supervisor.' He was a mem
ber of Excelsior Lodge bf Odd Fellows
in Honolulu. - His brother John and
half brother Edward are now living
at Shrewsbury,. N. J, - There was &
arge attendance of friends at the
funeral on Monday afternoon.
At the Japanese Methodist Mission
bn Sunday 'evetttig. an interesting ad
dress was given bv the teacher at
Mrs. C. A; MacDoriald ' attended
the Teachers' Convention inWailuku
The many friends of Postmaster
Waal will be very $lad t6 learn that
he has been nominated for another
term of office 'in this town. His
promptitude In assorting the incom
ing mails, his readiness att all times
dispatching the outbound mails,
his courtesy to all persons who
visit - the postoffice, deserve high
Headed OH The Hogs.
One day last week two wagons
loaded with hoes tor the Honolulu
market, were despatched from Ulu
palakua Kancne for Kahului, some
twenty miles distant; where they
were to be shipped on the "Claudine.
The hoes really seemed to enjoy the
ride through the cool and bracing
Kula belt, and as they were enter
ingi- the suburbs' of Kahului their
hearts beat joyously at the thought of
a sea voyage to. the metropolis. Their
pleasure was shortlived however, for
just at the edge of the, sea-port town
they' were met bv a stem-eyed mjr
midon of the n law, who" ordered1' the
procesSiort W halt. An inspection of
the wagons' in which the hogs were
revealed an undue and unlawful nar
rowness of tires.
Such narrowness is not to be en
duretf by any civilized community, so
the' procession ' was' faced' about' in
fctanter,' andthere were witness that
night'1 two" wa'goris' slowly, - wending
their way back .toward Ulupalakua
laden' with' sadder" fiiitViser hogs.
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No Advances In Price.
In a last week's editorial the News
stated that there had been an ad
vance bf ond cent a pound in' the re
tail price of beef in Wailuku.
This was an error to which Mr
Cornwell, the proprietor of the 'City
Market called the editor 8 attention
Mr Cornwell explained that the price
had. always been sixteen . cents
pound, to's'maH'i cpnguiheYs since he
started the market last August, for
chblce'c'utS.'and'twelvV and one-half
cents for" Inferior eutr.-.r s .i.i j
In this connection Mr. Cornwell also
stated that in case of competition he
would meet any cut in. prices made
by any other, shop that -should be
opened in wauuku
V ! Blectlon Of Officers.
At the last regular meeting of Guls
tan Council No. .676, Y, M. I., the fol
lowing officer's" w re 'elected for the'
eniuldl teVm fdf sir months: Rev,
Father Julian, Chaplain; A. Enoe
President; J. : VascbnCeTlos, 1st.
Vice-President; Rev. Father Julian
idd. Vice-President: G "B. Schrader'
talry: F. Medeiros,-, Financial Secre
talry: J. Garcia, 'Treasurer; C.
Shaw, Marshall; R. Silva, Inside Sen
tlnel; M.S. O'Lival, Outside Sentinel
Garcia, H. Meyer, J. S Medeiros
Holstein, M. J. Moura, Executive
Committee; Dr. J. Weddick, Mtdical
; m. -NOTICE.
The regular quarterly as well
annual meeting , of stockholders
the' MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO,
Ltd. will be held at the - Knights
Pythias Halt Wailuku, on Wednes
day, -January 18th, 1905, at 7.3 P. M
J. Uakcia. '
i Secretary M. W. A L, Co. Ltd
Dated Deo. 30th, 1904.-20-3i
JI'll ! li-. '-I ' 1
On Thursday evening the regular
monthly meeting of the Wailuku. Im
provement Association was held at
the Court House, D. H. Case presid
ing and W.J. Coelho, Secretary, with
large attendance of members.
This was the meeting for the an
nual election ot officers, and the fol
lowing were elected by acclamation;
Hv Case, President; J. Garciai
Secretary, and C. Dr Lufkin, Trea
surer. In this connection a vote of
thanks was tendered to . Representa
tive Coelho for bis efficient work as
Secretary since the organization of
The election of an executive com
mittee of seven followed and fifteen
names were put in nomination. Vote
by ballot was bad, and when ' tellers
Crowell and A. Garcia passed the
hat, it was found that the following
seven had received the largest num
ber of votes, and were declared elec
ted; A. N.,Kepoikai, J. L. Coke, J.
.S.Williams, C. E. Copeland,R.
,- Wadsworth, R. W. Filler, Hugh
.Coke.- ,., - ... : -H.
M. Coke, chairman of the com
mittee appointed to select an armory
side, reported , that . the committee
had unanimously agreed on the lot on
the corner of High, and Vineyard
street adjoining the Maui Hotel. ; On
motion the report was accepted and
endorsed by the Association, and ' it
was decided to report the matter to
Governor Carter with the request
that the government authorities take
steps to secjre the property and
proceed with the erection of the ar
, The question of wide tires came up
for discussion, and on motion a com
mittee of five, consisting of J. N. S.
Williams, W. A. McKay, John Kin
ney, Jas. L. Coke and R. A.' Wads-
worth were appointed to make a
thorough investigation of the subject
and report at the next' regular meet
ing. '' .
It was also moved and carried that
the Sheriff's department be request
ed to take steps to place two street
lamps on Main street mauka of
High St. and in other needed locali
ties. Other matters were discussed
without action, adjournment follow-
in ' ' "
Maul Publishing Co., Ltd.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the proposed Maui Publishing Co.
Lid. held in Wailuku last Monday
evetiihgVit was de'tioitely" resolved to
incorporate the Company and pur
chase the MatjI News. '
.The. Company, will capitalize at
$7,500 for a starter, and increase to
(25,000 whenever the increasing
business calls for an increased capi
A call has been made for a pay
ment or ou percent oi tne capital
std6k' ori' or ' before ' January' 25; by
whicbtime'it is believed that the
Company will have effected incorp
oration, and will be ready to act.
Mr. C. L. Clement, through whose
initiative the Company was formed,
will probably be selected as editor and
business manager, and temporary
officers of the proposed Company have
been seleci-ed, as follows: , ( .
J. JN. b. Williams, f resident; K. A.
Wadsworth, Vice-President; D. H
Case, Secretary, C. D. Lufkin, Trea
surer; and Hi P, r Baldwin,. R.' W,
Filler and Carl'Waldeyer.'Uirectrs.'
The capittal stock has 'all been
subscribed,' and' it, now seems1 certain
that the deal will -be completed br
the end of the month
Rubber Plantation on Maul.
; The Nahlku Rubber Plantation Co.,
Ltd. is the realization of a promise
made by the NiwS that rubber would
be grown fcr profit on Maui. '
This com Dan v own 700 acres of
land at NatifkU'and' are incofpofa't
tag for the pu-pose 01 Issuing stock
Mr. R. H. Anderson; manager, is now
on the la'hd, and has set out a nursery
of over an 'acre, which ' will' produce
plants enough to plant 150 acres with
400 trees to the acre. These plants
will be set out as soon as large enough
to transplant. The remainder of the
700 acres is to be set out to rubber
as soon as cleared. Dr. Waterhousr
who is largely interested it the enter
prise, ts now in Nahiku, look eg over
This enterprise is being engineered
by! Honolulu brains and financed by
Honolulu capital, and it is strcerely to
be hoped that the people of Maul will
improve the opportunity while there
is yet good land available, and or
eanize a rubber plantation on East
I Maui with local capital
"Be'tweVd Paia,,an4, KVupakalua,
a ladies1 purse containing lady's sil
ver, watch. . Finder will . be . reward
ed by returning to Camp 1 Store. .,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hwll, t Chtnbflni in Pro
bate, to the muter ot tb EaUta of J. PALI
Notloe ta hereby given that the. under
signed has this dy been appointed Admlnli-
trator ot the eatata of J. Pall Bylya, late of
Wailuku,' Mnl, deceased, by, order, of the
Judge of the Clroult Court, Second Clreult.
Territory of Hawaii, and all oredltora of eald
deceased are hereby notified to present Uielr
Claims duly authenticated with the proper
rouohera. If. any .exist, even It the claim Is
seeuredby mortgage upon real estate, .to the
undersigned at hta office In Wailuku, Island of
Maul, Territory ot Hawaii, within ail months
from the first publication. ot this notloe... All
claims not presented as aforesaid will be for
Dated at Wailuku. Maui,, Territory of Ha
waii, Deoember98th, 1904. . . i ., , .
, ... . . T. B, LYONS,
Administrator of the Estate of J. Pall
Sylva, deceased, . ,
Jamks L. COM, .'-,. . . .., ;, .
31-4t. Attorney for Said Estate.
MATERIAL FOR . WAILtKU FIRE
. Sealed tenders will be received .at the
ofpee of the. Superintendent of . Public
Works at 12 o'clock, pi., of Thursday
January 19th, 1905, for furnishing the
Wailuku Vol. Fire Co., the following
material: , , . . . ...... .,
looo feet ai inch, Double . Jacket, pot
ton Fire Hose, rubber lined, guaranteed
to stand a pressure test of 150 lbs.' to the
square inch; Jj inch Tiose nozzles a
inch hose nozzles. ' " . I ..... .
a hose carts which can be drawn by
hand. Each to have the capacity of car
ryirig at least 460 ' feet of cotton rubber
lined hose, with' an equipment of one ax,
one crowbar,' tool box at rear with auto
matic locker, pipe holder on tongue, rope
reel with brass heads and painted stop
pawl, 60 feet manila rope leathered, with
buckles, two wood cones for trumpet hol
ders, fiiction roller, wrought iron tongue
with hold-back .handle, crab and prop-
leg, axle and hub cap wrench.
Specifications taken from hose cart No,
3, figure. 338. of . Eureka Fire. Hose Co,
All to be delivered F. O. B. Wharf Kahu
lui. Maui. . .-.
Bidders will also state in their proposals
the time to complete delivery of entire
11st on wnan at nanuiui, maui.
Proposals o be endorsed on envelope.
'Material for Wailuku Fire Dept."
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
C. S. HOIXOWAV,'
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H. Jan. 10, 1905.
SESSION OF LEGISLATURE.
In accordance with Section 41 k Chapter
II, of the Act of Congress Organizing
Hawaii into a Territory, the next regular
Session of the Legislature of the.'Terri
tory of Hawaii will convene in Honolulu
on February 15th, the third Wednesday
in ' February. Such Session shall con
tinue not longer than Sixty days, exclud
ing Sundays and holidays. ,
G. R. CARTER, . .
Honolulu, January 5th, 1905. 22-jt
WAILUKU JAIL AND FIRE STATION.
Sealed proposals will ' be received at
the office of the Superintendent of , Pub
lic Works, until 13 o'clock ni., of Jan
uary, ax, 1905, . for constructing the
Wailuku Jail and Fire Station, Wailuku,
Maui, T. H.
Reviled plans and specifications are
on file at the office of the Assistant Sup;
erintendentj of Public Works, , and' .with
L. M. Baldwin,. Sherifl of Wailuku, Maui,
copies, of which will be furnished in
tending bidders on receipt ' of I5.00,
which sum wilfbe 'returned intending
bidder after he has deposited his bid and
retarded the plans and specifications,
Proposals 'roost be submitted on the
blank forms, which wilj be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and L. . M. Baldwin, and en
closed in a sealed envelope addressed to
Hon. C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T.H., endorsed
"Proposal' ' for Wailuku Jail and Fire
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making the
same and all persons interested therein
and must be accompanied by a certified
Check of s per cent of the amount of the
proposal, payable to C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public works, as sure
ty that if the proposal be accepted a con
tract will be entered into
No proposal will be entertained v nless
made on the blanks furnished by the
Asst. Supt. of Public Works and delivered
at the office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic- Works previous to 12 o'clock m. on
the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or all bitfji.
C. . HOLLOWAY,
Superintend! nt of Public Works
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