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MAUI BLUE BOOK
UP COUNTRY NOTES. .
Old Land Mark Destroyed
Hon. A . W. Kopotknl, Circuit Judge, Walluitu
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Clroult Court, Wailuku
Judge W. A. MoKay Dlst. Magistrate, Wailuku
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawao
C. R. Lindsay, " Lahaina
Kunukaa, " Honuaula
" J. Kalaroa, " ' , Hnn
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahulr,
" McCorrlRton " " Molokal
" Kahoohalanala, " 1 Lanal
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff, Walluku
W. E. Baltory, Daputy SheriB Wailuku
Edgar Morton. " " MakBwao
R.I'.Hose, " ' Lahaina
F. Wlttrook, " ' Hana
H. R. Hitchcock, " ' Molokal
Levi Joseph " " Kipahulu
Captain Police. Wal'uku
H. Iwlona, " " Makawao
O. K. Keawebaku, " " Lahaina
H. ?.. Kaipo, " " Hn
J. H. Wilmington, ' Kalaupapa
W. T. Robinson, Tai Assessor, walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A 1? Trn ' Pain
G. piinn, " " Labalna
M. H. Router. " Hana
The Chinese residents spared no Last Saturday evening was the
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xptir.se in celebrating tneir jNew occasion of a very pleasant surprise
Year's Day. Plenty of powder was party tendered Mrs. Dora Von Temp
burned, illuminations turned night 8ky at her Pumalei residence. The
into day, and bountiful dinners were guests met at Maliko Gulch about
served in several places. Flags were 7.30 and then proceeded in a party
isplayed at the Wo Hing Club House.
The serenaders came round at 10
'clock on New Year's Eve, and at
a. m. on New Year's Day. The
Chinese families were very liberal in
Patronize the Maui News for your
The Legislature convenes next
H. Hack f eld & Co. are wholesale
agents for the Cross Cut Smoking
Wanted, clean linen or cotton rags
at the Maui News office. 5 cents
A second hand flat top desk is
x tending hospitalities to persons of ing was spent in dancing and other
other nationalities. amusements. Refreshments were
The "New Religion," Hawaiian served about midnight and the
Scientist congregation, will soon guests departed shortly after,
leave their hired quarters on Mill Mr. Lovestead of Greee & Co..
street, and will occupy a new church visited Puunene Thursday,
building on Main street. Dr. George Aiken of Makawao
School Inspector King and Mrs. will be at Kahului and Puunene the
King have been visiting the Lanaina coming week.
schools this week. Mrs. Wm. Walsh is ranidlv im-
Manager Gibb, of the Olowalu proving after her recent illness.
plantation is expecting a visit irom Several cases of what appears to
wanted at th News office Wailuku
State price wanted.
The "Home Industry" News print
ery will do your job work tastifully
and save you money.
W. G. Scott has :st received
cauliflower grown in Kula which
weighs six and half pounds.
The IdO Stables were awarded the
contract for the handing of material
for the new Jail and Five Station.
Governor Carter gives notice that
February 22nd, will be observed as a
letfal holiday in all Government of
Six island boys took the examina
tion before School Inspector Davis
on Feb. 6. to be admitted to West
The list of officers of the Maui Dry
Goods and Grocery Co. Ltd. who will
serve during the ensuing years pub
lished in this issue.
The sparring exhibition between
Modlin and McFadden at the Or
pheum theatre last Saturday even
ing was decided a draw.
The initial garje of base ball be
tween the married and single men
ball teams w'll be played on Sunday
Feb. 26. at Wells Park.
When in need of first class clean
ing, dying and repairing see T. Mu
rakami. He guarantees hi work and
prices to be satisfactory.
The Kahului Wholesale Liquor Co. '
Ltd. filed articles of incorporation
Feb 6. The capital stock is $6000
divided into sixty shares of $100 per
At Lahaina, Maui, court house,
?eb. 25, 12 m., Commissioner R Pi
kao Hose will sell at public action
land at Ukumehame and Kamai, Olo
The Christian Endeavor Society
will be held their regtlar service at
6:30 p. m. Sunday evening. The day
being the anniversary of the oirth
day of Abraham Lincoln a special
program has been arranged. The
service will be conducted by John
Woods and Sheldon say: "The
1905 Baseball season '16 almost here.
We have on hand our usual, tine selec
tion of Spalding &nd Reach goods,
which we will be pleased to show you,
or quote you prices on at any time.
In connection with our line of gloves,
bats balls, masks &c, we carry wear
ing apparel such as jerseys, stock
ings, sweaters, jackets &c. Suits
will be made to order in any colors
or .material desired. Organizer"
teams and schools will be allowed i
discount of 15 per cents
Song Hits OI 1905.
to Mrs. Von Tempsky's house on the
other side of the Gulch. It was a
thorough surprise to the hostess, but
she immediately made everyone feel
at home, and a very enjoyable even-
ti8 brother who resides in Honolulu.
Ken Yu Arai, the Buddhist priest
of the Hongwanji sect, has been tn
be dengue fever have been reported
in this vicinity lately.
The warehouses at Puunene, Paia
attendance at the Wailuku temple and Wailuku are reported as being
for two or three days. He was born fun 0f sugar ready for shipment. The
in Japan but studied in China. vessels now at Kahului will probably
un luesday s trip trom iionoiuiu, eacii take a cargo which will great
the Kinau touched at one of the Mo- ly relieve the storage room for sugar
lokai ports. She reached Lahaina Dr. Dinegar has established rcgu-
a few minutes after the Miuna Loa. iar 0ffice hours at Puunena nd will
The first of the week saw a crew
of men armed with pickaxes and
showels, swoop down the sheriff's
quarters, which caused him, his
deputy, clerk and police officers to
take refuge in the old school build
ing, recently vacated.
This wholesale devastation of one
of Maui's old landmarks becomes
necessary to make room for the new
and modern Jail and Fire Station.
As near as can be learned from the
old residents, the building which has
heretofore served as quarters for
the Sheriff; his corps of assistants;
for the jailor and for Maui's derelicts
was built somewhere in the 50's or
GO's and with the exception of some
few minor repairs has done continual
service, rain or shine.
Temporary airing quarters for
Jailor Crowell's numerous boarders
Is being constructed in the school
yard, and the basement of the school
house will be utilized for housing the
prisoners at night. It is expected
that three months time will be re
quired before the new jail and Fire
StatiDn will be completed.
Notice Officers Elected.
Had it not been for the loss of time
at Molokai, she might have come in
One of the passengers was Mr
Edmund Stiles, who is connected with
one of the banks in Honolulu. For
several years he has been Chancellor
of the Missionary District of Hono
lulu. He was entertained at thp
home of Judge Kahaulelio.
visit to LiBhaina was z'J years ago,
and he noticed many chances which
ha'-e taken place during this long in
terval. On Wesdneday morning he
inspected the new school buildings at
be at his office in the Clubhouse about
9.30 daily, except Sunday.,.
Found Bones On Mountain Trail
Ncah Kamakau a cowboy while
hunting cattle on the flats above
Maalaea Bay stumbled across the
body of what proved to be a Japanese
I r- A "rVT mt . 1
His last iiisuiyaraa. ma, tne oooy
had been there some considerable
time was conclusive as nothing re
mained but a bundle of bones.
He reported the matter to the
Sheriff's office. Deputy Sheriff Saf
lery went 10 tne location which was
on. the old trail between Wailuku
and Lahaina. From the personal
effect, was found a tax reciept from
G. P. Weilehua netitions to be de- Kona dated 1901, as well a certificate
dared sde their of P. Pueiki, in- from the deputy tax assessor of that
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testate. Hearing March 13, 10 a. district exempting Nishiyatna from
m. taxation on account of insauitv.
jt,nr.iy wuicins petitions mat letters mere were no marks on the re
of administration issue to A. N. Hay- mains showing possible foul play
selden on estate of Henry B. Wilkms but an inquest will be held.
intestate. Hearing Feb. Z7, 10 a. m. 1 he personal effects with a report
F. Wittrock petitions that letters will be sent to High Sheriff Henry
of administration issue to him on
Circuit Court Notes.
tate of John Grunwald, intestate.
Hearing Feb. 13, 10 a. M.
Adam K; Forsyth, executor will of
George Forsyth, petitions for au
thority to sell real estate. Hearing
March J3. 10 a m.
Owing to the absence of Judge Ke
poikai, .no cases came up in the Cir
cuit Court this week. The Judge
was suddenly to Honolulu by wire
less owing to sickness of nephew.
''When The H arvest Moon Is Shin
ing on the River," "Eg;, pt.," "Lone
ly," "FishiQb," "Banana yan,"
"Polly Prim," "Shame 011 You,
"You're Just a Bit of Sugar Cane,"
published by Jos. Stei n & Co., N. w
' York, are making strong hits
May Irwin has made "bat Ami
Nothin But TulU" as popular as
"Back, Back, Hack to Baltimort
jjuzon, tn r liipino intermezzo, is
bring featured nightly by orches'ra
leadHis throughout the ipainlaud.
iionty 1 m Waiting, the new
song serenade by Felix Feist and
Ted Barron, has been released from
restriction, ano lunging hv its ponu
larity with vaucievillians, bids fair to
vie with its buy brother, "Billy,
On the first of February, tl
Maui Motel established a restaurant
where will be served the best twenty
five cent meal to be had on Maui
Mrs. Caraeige has a reputation for
the excel. cnt service she introduced
and in catering to the wants of the
patrons of the restaurant, the same
excellent service and clear liness will
be carried out.
DISTHICT COURT NOTES.
The District Court record show
that fie casps tried since the first of
the vear before Judge
consisted principally of liquor selling
(4), gaming (3), cruHty to animals,
violating Sunday laws, fast driving,
drunkenness, vagrancy and assult.
The cases for the week wore:-
Feb 4, Joe Enos and Kona Viola,
violating Section 63 Penal Laws,
Feb. 6, NaMooChoy, etal. gaming,
fines and costs $90.00 A Nolle Pros,
was entered in the case of Ah You.
Feb. 7, Wong Kee, vagrancy, Sect.
370 Penal Laws.
Feb. 7, Hoffman and Weight judge
ment against Waio!ma for $38.50,
Call For Bids.
At the annual of the stockholders
of the MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Ltd. held at the K. P. Hall, January
25th, the following officers and direct
oi s were elected to serve for the en
suing year: W. T. Robinson, pres
ident; R. A. Wadsworth, Vice-pres
ident; C. D.' Lufkin, Treasurer; J.
Garcia, Secretary; Directors: W. T.
Robinson, C. D. Lufkin, G. L. Keeney,
H. Streuback, A. J. Cass, F. Sommer-
feld, W. G. Scott.
On the Waikapu road, a red
memorandu-j book. Finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving at the
Maci News Office.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that The
First National Bank of Wailuku, has
this day turned over the business of
the City Market, located at Wailuku
Maui, T. H. to W. H. Cornwall, sub
ject only to a certain mortgage re
corded in the office of the Registrar
of Coriveyances at Honolulu, in iiibe
260 on pages 170-173.
First National Bank of Wailuku,
C. D. LUFKIN,
Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 3rd. 1905.
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PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
P.O. Box 784, 031 FORT 8TREEV, HQISpLULU
The Oldest Established Furniture House in (he Islands
We have a larger aucl more varied stock than kept by, any other
firm in the same line. Furniture repairing done skillfully and
quickly by experts. .
We have just received, direct from New York factory, a ship
ment of the famous
Ostermoor Patent Elastic Felt Mattresses
These are specially adapatable to this climate. We will be pleased
to furnish particulars regarding these Mattresses and 'solicit a
trial order. They are equal to hair mattresses and cost ,a great
deal less. We keep the best wire mattresses in the Citv.
J, HOPP &
KING and BETHEL STREETS,
Pacific Hardware Co., Lt'd
Absolutely safe and reliable, saves time, fuel and
temper, once tried, always used.
1 burner $5.50 2 burners $8.50 3 burners $10.50
Securely crated for shipping
Fort and Mei chant Sts., Honolulu
By the mail to Honolulu lastSat-.ir
McKay May the Wailuku Suvar Company
forwarded copies of specifications
to contractors calling for bids for
twelve thousand feet of tunneling.
The work will be let out in two sec
tions and consists of eleven tunnels.
The bids will be opened in Wailuku
on the 17th of this month.
An Impregnable Fort.
Mauiyansen February 12th 1905:
Generals Mauyewinesky Likouro
vitch and Companysloflf visited the
Wailukunisen Fort of the besieged
Army on 'Mill street" Garrison at
tended by the war corespond' nt of
the "NxismauiyensUaya." They
marched through the garrison which
showed no signs of a Seven Months
Siege - and continual bombardment
of the attacking Armies under com
tnand pf Geqerals Whysugaben and
Lyonskimurasan. The Fort is re
ported as impregnable; The guns in
comparable and their amunition un
paralleled. General Meyorovitch and
Scotoffsky, defenders of the fort will
issue permits to visit the fort to war
coresponaents and the Public on'y
between the hours of 6 A. M. and 6
P. M. until further notice. To ex
limine the latest Imported and im
proved guns and amunition:
Later Dispatch from Our Out
posts: a second army headed by a
Why He Shuddered. Warden (just
before the execution): ' "Wouldn't
vou like the services of a minister?"
Convict (shuddering: " heavens.
no! De judge didn't sentence me to
be married, did he?" -Puck.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of stock
holders of the Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. Ltd. held Jan. 17. 1905
the following oflioers and directors
were elected to serve for the ensuing
year: John Weddlck, President; G.
H. Schrader, Vice-Prf-sident; J.
Garcia, Treasurer; A. G;ncia,
Secretary; Directors: J. Weddick. J.
Garcia, T. Bi lni, J. S. Medeiros,
M.J. Moura, Mrs. A. J. Rinliigues,
W. E. Bal.
Wailuku Jan. 17, 1905.
I have this day appointed the following
named persons to be poundmaster9 for
the following Govt. Pounds.
Mr. E. H.Cockett, for the Govt. Pound
at Lahaina, Maui.
Mr. J. K. Kaaikiola, for the Govt,
Pound at Kaluaaha, Molokai.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu January 31, 1905.
CIRCUIT COURT, 8KUOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hunall. al ChamberK lu Pro
ditto, In th matter of tlia Eittute ot P. PUEI
KI, of Klpuhulu, Maul, Duceused.
Order of Notice of Hear log Pettitton for De
claration of HeirH.
On reading and Filing the Petition of O. P
Wnllehua of Kipahulu, Maul sieging thut P.
Puelkt, of Kipahulu. Maui died intextale at
Kipahulu, Maul on the 17ln. day of January, A.
D. IfHtt, leaving property in the Hawaiian In
lands neooiwary to be distributed to the heirs
thereto entitled, and praying ttat he declared
the aole heir to the estate of P. Pueiki, deceas
It is ordered that Monday, the 13th day of
March A. O. at 10 o'clock A. M., be and
hereby is apotuted for bearing said Petition in
the Court Room or this Court at Walluku, Maui,
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show caune, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be granted, and
that notice of this order bo published in the
Engllin and Hawaiian languages for three sue
oessive weeks in the "Maul News' and In "Ke
Aloha Alna," newspapers in published In Wat
luku and Honolulu rexpectlvely.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, January 17tu. IUU5.
Uy the Court:
EUML'ND H. Haht,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit.
Ask for and
Insist upon Getting
Its purity is guaranteed.
It is made of the finest
hops and barley nr. alt,
combined witli pure ar
Sold everywhere in bottle and keg.
NO DARK ROOM IS NEEDED
To develop films if you use the Kodak Developing Machine.
Its operation is to the last degree simple and the results
arc lirjivr than those obtained by the darkroom method of
d"vclopii:cnt. v it h the Kodak Developing Machine ' one
tran develop nt i he hotel, in camp, on shipboard or' train.
Developing Machine $6.00.
44 " 10.00
'Brownie" - - 2.Q0
S ty 1 3
VWdnnsflav, February -J2hd, Y'ah
inii ton's birthday, beina Leul Huli-
Green Flajf is reported ar preaching day, I hereby direct thtt all Terri-
Kahululwan Pass. It is watched torial Ofiict-s r'
with curiosity as a Green Flaa in a
Japanese Squadron is.-: rather a
closed on that dav
G. R CARTER,
Honolulu, Vf bruary 6th, 1!)05.
CIRCUIT COURT. SKCOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Havtalt, at Chambers In 1'ro
bute. In the matter of the Kstate of PHILIP
JOAQUIN, Late of Lahaina, Maul, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, to whom it may con
cern, that the uud jsijlued has this day been ap
pointed Adminitra,lortwiin the will annexed
of the Estat ot Philip Joaquin, late of
Labulaa, Maul, deceased, aud by order
of the Hon. A, N. Kepoikal, Judge ot the
alwve entitled court, th undorslgnrd has com
plete and full cuargtof allot the property of
said Kstate, and al monoyr now due or here
after to become due to said Estate are payable
ouly to the undersigned
Dated at Walluku, Maul, January tttli, IttOA.
.-O N. HAYi-KLDKN,
Administrator wlta the Will annesed of the
FNtatnof Pulll Jouqiiiu, OiUHiaiafd.
A't'ittWTOf Vd f".
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