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MAUI BLUE BOOK
tfnn.'A V. Krfponm't; ClrTiirinflf Wallimo
K.'lmiind n. Hart, Vlrrk Circuit Court. VtalMiku
Judge W. A. MoKey Mat. Magistrate, Welluka
" O. R. Lindsay,
t. M. Baldwin, B tier I IT,
W. B. flaffery, Diputy EherlS
F.d?ar Morton, " "
K. i. Hone, "
F. Wtttrnck, "
Isaac OockbU. "
Levi Joseph " "
H. Iwlr-ne,- " "
O. K. KeawehaUu, " "
H. Z. Kalpo, "
J. Waianau, " "
W. T. Roblnatro, Tlx Aweaeor,
J, N. K. Keota, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Tavares '
G. Punn, " "
M. H. Router, " "
Next Friday is St. Patrick? Day.
Tomorrow is the first Sunday in
Dan T. Carey offers a new and a
second hand buggy for sale.
Dr. A. J. Derby, Dentist, is at
Paia and Spreckelsville this week.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet
on Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. T. B. Lyons. .
An almost new, Krugtr upright
grand piano is offered for sale. See
adv. in this Issue.
' Haleakala Lodge K. of P. held a
public installation of offlwrs at their
Castle lastj Saturday evening. . ,
The ball team : from the Wailuku
School may look for a challenge f rota
the team of St. Anthonys school.
-1 The Wailuku . Fire Departments
. hoseflQzsles and other, supplies af6
, , eipeoted by.Wed,nesdays piaudine.J
-,;iIf'ydu are not gettingyour' print-
' Ing done at the Matti News Prin.r.ery
' you are not patronizing
Bead the advertisement of the
Tannery department of the Metro
nolitan Meat Co. Honolulu, In this
I . .
Mr. and , Mrs. Sparks .desire to
thank their friends for the kindness
theyre'yed ..intheir reqent great
, r ,-A card party and danca was glvffi
Saturday night. t-Castle .Hall by Ai
t; jmembers of Aloha Jge.. ot.P.
Read the A. N. Sanford advertise
ment regarding the easer, comfort,
class ses made jr him
'.Dr. By.ear, Dentist, announces tfint
or the present he is domiciled at the
rMnh Tlnnao .Pniinfn. Later he Wftll
be at the Maui Hotel, Wailuku. V
An Oliver Typwriter has been i
i stp'ty'd n s-j i4?tbo!1'!( ,'8Abool , a
typewriting will, in the future,
taught v conjunction with bookkeep
' Jt Sarurr condensed mlk is a pew
milk' carried bv V. A. Vetlesen. It
in different from other condensed
milks and is highly. recommended by,
physicians, of the, mainland. . .
t ,- Fire chief Coke calh a meeting of
the Wailuku Fire Dopartment for
Friday evenieg Match 17, at the
court house, for the election of of
ficers and other lmpoi tant business.
. A full attendance is requested.
. The Maui Dry Goods and Grocery
Co., have ji.st received a large assort
mint of laces, dress' goods, ladies
jackets, trimmings etc. Goods not
sold will be returned so it behooves
you to make an early selection.
LAHAINaf LINES. ;
vThe Robert Lepers, With a heavy
lojkl of lumber, arrived on S jnday.
the U. S. Revmue Cutter ; Bear,
on her return frf.n the "big island,"
anchored off La&iina Sunday, and a
number of the si imen came ashore.
There were sc eral welcowe show
ers on Sunday, followed by a cold
northerly. wind Monday.
Father Oliver! performed the cere
mony of blessin 1 the ashes, at 6 o'
clock on Ash rednesday morning.
There was a se vice for the children
at 9 o'clock, 'very Friday at 2 p.
m., during Len I, there will be the
service of the pations of the Cross.
Additional services will be held
during Holy Waek.
There will t a Hawaiian luau on
April 23, at 130 p. m., to be served
to the people1 of Lataina- and sub
urbs at the Sicred Heart School, for
the benefit of the church and repairs
to the steeplf. The Ladies committee
Is going ariund, arid doing finely
Father Oliwtr invites friends, and
nemies as w j11. The more enemies
f atner uuver cas over uu par
Ihhloners. I i
At the chtirch of the Holy Inno
cents. Ash 'ednesday 8erice8 were
held as usual
. On account o! the scarcity of water
the hcurs tor irrigation, have been
reduced. I" " "
,,Mr. andMcs J. L. Moloa.v are now
living at Waipaa Oahu.
Vr. John Gibb of Honolulu is the
guest of liis brother, manager Geo,
Gibb, at Oipwalu.
Principal C. A. McDonalU of La-
bainaluna'.has returned frU , H-
Artist on Maul
Probably some of Maui a vitators
to Honolulu nave noucea a mam-
mjpth oil painting of the cratety of
Kilauea in the window of Hart & Co. I
o Hotel St.
the crater in
i UP COUNTRY NOTES.
-. . .. . ......... .
The Incorporation papers W the
Hygeia Soda Works have arrived.
The new machinery has been ordered.
The Paia plantation house for Mr.
Pratt . of Hamakuapoho is almost
New machinery for Paia Plant
ation has arrived, and the new ware
house for the Mill is finished.
Rev. A. V. Soares of Honolulu Is
visiting M. G. Santos of the Mission1.
Rev. Rice of tie foreign church
has been holding interesting met
ings In the various districts. Last
week he held forth at Hamahuapojco
and next week he will be at Maka
A party who wa9 trying to bresvU
up the meeting at Hamakuapoko by
ufcing profane language was arrest
ed, and permitted to go on bail. As
he did not appear the next mornini
at court his bail money was forfeited.
1 i ,
The card party and dance given
by the Knights of Pi Unas last Satur
day evening at Castle Hall was very
well attended in spite of the rainy
weather. Progressive pedro' Was
played, during the early part of the
evening for which prizes were given
to the best and poorest players.
Late in the evening there was danc
ing for .a couple of hours. One of
the features of the evening was some
'fine' pieces, rendered by D. L: Myer
on his large gramophone. Light re
freshments were served about ll:3p.
A special train was run from Ka-
buiui for tne benefit of the member
' Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin left
for Honolulu Monday evening by the
Mauna Loa. From there they will
take passage for San Francisco. ,
The JPuunene . Athletic j. Associa;
Those who have seta tipn held a meeting at Pnunene Uub
its active state havV House Tuesday evening Marct, 7th
.v l . i X
remarKf u uu tue n ucucaa vu uaiiurs
pqrrayed by the artist. The artist
who executed this picture. (is aiJjOld
tmier Id the islands and is well and
favorably known to atl'. This artist
cfoes nol coiiRne ' himself, exclusively
io eunrr cm, ur water, iiui is eiiuuuy
atj hoh- Vith the brush at any class
. V 1
oi worn, tv - -
George CT Stt"ic'?eKihaj
k..l I.J Y. k...Lt, l V,n okL I
paintiug only indulges in portraits
aud landscape as a pasttime.
A Wniluku School Notes
Th'jiVrr'ih('wfil house is the cool
es.t., ,'ce in town7v
Tlie High School giri are orgauiz
ing a basket-ball team, and will give
a covcert in the assembly room to
helo Dav for the equipment. The
date has not yet been decided upon
It is rumored that the Waikapu
boys will challenge the combined
teairs of the Alohas and the Junior
Stars. We are. ready for them.
Misses Babb, . Holden, Akiu and
McCann, aud Messrs Tsugi and Ya
magudhi visited with us on Monday
last. The Rev, Mr Wadman was a
.cal'ertop Thursday, .,
; Aloha's, Wins.
The ball Kam Sunday between the
Aloha's and th ..Junior, Stars,, pt
Wells Park was an,, interesting con
test and with the exception or one
. or possibly two errors on ' ach eida
waa a hotly coatested game. j
Rnth aidna nlaved with a vim And
earnestness wblch showed they &re
' out to win if they could, and mac! it
a pleasure to witness.
. The score stood IS to 13, ar6
fliida ft more lut4ra'tiye. t), engage
general painting, and will' take,
orders for. carriage, sign,, bouse anJ
decorative, work. s Mr., tratemeyier
arrived by the Claudine Wednesday
and. will, mak .Waijukji. his futujre
. The first official act of judge Ke
poikai . was jto . fine two of those
present at. the opeuing of court, five
dollars each for not paying their re
pects to the court by rising as is
The business hours of the court
were announced by his Honor, as 9:30
m.. to 12:00 m. and 1:30 p. m. to
4:30 p. ra.
Judf e -McKay, Judge Robertson,
H. Rex Hitchcock, Judge J. W. Ka
lua, Col. Richsrdson, D. H. Case, J.
L. Coke, W. F. Crockett, J. M.
Vivas, Eeter N. Kalokuoluna and
other attorneys were present at the
Lohainaluna's New Building.
Contractor W. J. Moody rt Lahai-
naluna's new domitories, class room
and wards expects to be able to have
everything completed by the first of
April ready to be accepted.
Had there not been some delay in
getting the stair casing from Hono
lulu the work would have been com
pleted with in the time called for m
the contract. As it is he is only two
The buildings are a great improve
ment to Liabalnaluna and renect
great credit to the consciencious
manner la which. Mr, Moody lived up
to his contract
J. N. S. Williams presided. After
he preliminary . business had been
luVioil kmanhn.ll nrinlrpt. And t.Antllu
re- discussed. A committee' W
tbftee ' was appointed to iook after
theVte'rests of basebaMi'a committee
. X .. . , . i r . t .....
n ihve on cncKei ana aca a com
mitteeof five on tennis. ;v Jt is thi
iitfrtirtJ :tnV XscJation to giy
'& U onisNoUrnment'eometim Ta"trHAE
Maul playXs only, to, consist if WnLf.
, J lt -' ' '--SO'..'
Prizes !. will
PEAHI TO KAILUA ROAD.
.Proposals will be received at the office
ol the Supt. of Public Works, Honolulu,
14 H. until 12 o'clock tn. of March I J,
1905, for construction of Relocation of
Section Kailua to Ilonokala, of Road
Penhi to Kailua, Hamakualoa, Maui T. H.
Plans and specifications are on file with
the As9t. Supt. of Public Works and with
V. O. Aiken, Chairman Makawao Roard
noHtd, Makawao, Maui, copies of which
will he furnished intending bidders on
receipt of I5.00, which sum will be re
turned alter depositing bid and returning
plans and specifications.
No propdsal will be entertained unless
submitted onV the blank forms furnished
by the Asst. Stt.pt. of Public Works, en
closed in a ncaleU envelope addressed to
Hon. fc. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. Unendorsed
Proposal for Road" Peahi to Kailua,"
and delivered previous to 11 o'clock tn.
on the flay specified. ,
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or all bi.la for either sec
tion or both. ,
J C S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., Feb. ai, 190$.
Feb, sj-Mch. 4 n." - N
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blHCVn COURT, 8FAliD CIRCUIT,
TerriKS-y ol Hawaii, at Chambers In Hrcv
tietf. tn tis matter of the Esioto of W. E.
UBCK WITJi, Jute ol Makawao Maul, deoeaaod.
Order of nqtlce of petition for allowance of
abal aooounlfi and discharge In the Estate.
Oa madias and Filling the Petition and ao-
eountsof W.JO. AIKEN, admlnlatrator-vltta-
th-wlU-a!iaeted of W. E. BECKWITH, de-
ceaaed, wherein he asks to be allowed 17.40 and
he pbrt(a kliself with 17134.56, and auks that
U.eaan may .be examined and approved, and
that a dual ord'T may be made of Distribution
of (ha proportf remaintng In his hands to the
persons tiirt6 entitled, and discharging him
and hla sureties from all further, responsibility
as such Administrator.
It la ordered, that Monday, the 10th. day of
April. A. D. 1806, at lOo'Olock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court at the Court Room of .the
said Court at Wailuku, Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is appointed as the time and
plaoe for hearing said Petition and Aocoupta,
and that all persona interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if any they have,
why the same ahould not be granted, and may
present evidence aa to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this Order,
in the English language, be published In the
"M.AD1 Nawa" newspapers printed and pub
lished in Wailuku, lor three successive weeks,
the last publication to be not leas than two
weeks previous to the lime, therein appointed
(n.a.M ha.rln. ... . I
..Dated afcWatluku, Maui, this 2nd. day March,
lent' ' - '.'. . . 1
' ' - " By the Court:
(Seal) - Edmukd H. Habt,
Clerk of the Ciroult Court of thetnd. Circuit
March 4,-11,-18, 25.
The square ajolntne the Puunene
Qub House wr. goon be planted
with crass and Vees and laid out
In walks.' A lartA pavillloo will: be
erected in the cenW of, the souare,
A new beseballgrVrnd will be -laid
off lust xnakal of the rvill,
La kVJ. an wuo Hill vvj vi uv noran ui n. m.--t. . a
KK(JE8, late of Walluka. Maui, deoeaseb 1
' 6roer 6f notice of Dfitltlon for allowknoe of
ttnil aWiintS and" dlschargi'ln this Estate.
On readtpg and filing the Petition! and ao-
oout of Maria Glqrla Bodrlgoes, Executrix of
the utatq of A.. Korlgue.s, late pf Wailuku,
Maul, eoeased, wherein she asks to be allowed
I14,57.74-,and she bharges herself with I14.7IW.07
and) anka tt the aame may be axamtaed and
approved ,au that a Bnl order may be made of
distribution 01 jhe property remaining in her
hands to the perhns thereto entitled, and dis
charging her and lv sureties from all further
responsibility assuc Kxeoutrix.
It Is ordered, that Mmday, the S7th; day. of
Maroh A. D. 19(15, at 10ciock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court at the court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, Iaiftu of Maul, be and
the same, hereby la appointed v the time and
place for bearing said Petition' wnd accounts,
and that all persona Interested nny then and
there appear and show oause, if any they have,
why the same ahould not be grantei'&iad may
present evidence as to who are entlt Mi y the
said property. And that notice of this oder,
be published In the "Maiu News" a newspa
pers printed and published in Wailuku, fir
three successive weeks, the last publication to
no not loss than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Muui, this IStb djfrn
February, lUUo. m I y
A. N. KEPOIlyw,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd (aituult
Attest: KDMDRD H. HAKT.
Clerk of the Ciroult Com t of the 2nd CXouie,
Feb. 18, Muroh 4, 11.
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Fort and Meichnt Sts.,
Mrarivon TfrapskV entertained
quit8 a number of hsr friends at
tennia last Sunday at hr Puumalei
Mrs. and Misa UenoingUvbo have
been visitinsr frienfls in Pam, return
ed to Lahaina Thursday.
Some of the fielAs of PuunAne have
rtn over the most conservative esti-
iWBtea as to the aiiount of cane to
be taken off,
Dr. Frear of Hornlulu, came to
Puunene Thursday o professional
Bauker Lufkin of Wiiluku was at
Puunene Tnursday on bifoness.
Miss Swan of Paia Hospital met
with a serious accident Monday
afternoon causing a fracture of one
of her limbs, and necessitating her
return to the hospital. M)s Swan
was visiting friends in Wailuku when
the accident occured. (
J Injured By Blasting.
A Japanese named Fujigawa who
with others was employed in planting
jtwt above the Judge Kalua Iao ' val
lev house was struck on the knee
and foot by a wedge shaped rock
from the mountain side where blast
ing for tunjoels is being done.
John Ff rreira who .was present at
the time Just dodged this same rock
As it was Ferreira had the front of
bis bat rim tore off. . .
It is feared that amputation above
the knee of right leg of Fujigawa
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Ask for and
Insist upon Getting
- Its pun fuftrahfettJ.'
It in maarfof t.. neet
hops and barley re ai t,
combined with pure ar
Sold evcrj where in bottle and keg.
County Bill Note.
House Bill 7, introduced byHon
Pali permits the holding of tern's of
the (Jlrcuit uourt at latiama, on
second reading passed. It will ' be
read for the third time today.
The County bill had Hi first real
inning in the House on Mtrch 7.
. Chapter six of the CouAtvhiU 4s
amended provides that' the UobVat of
Supervisors be elective .
" The election of a sghoY innector
in each county was decided after
a motion to that effect by Cjlho.
' Coelho also proMd that a dis
trict magistrate tihuid beelected in
each district of eneh ctounty who
shall be ex-offin, school agent,
NO DARK ROOM IS NEEDED
CIRCUIT COURT. SECOND
Territory of Hawaii, at Cliauibtira
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: , '
hate, In tbe matter of the Estate of JDil.N'
GKUNWALD, Ueceaaed. t. .
Notice Is hereby given that tbe undornigawl
baa thU day been appoluted Admlnatratar at
tbeeata"eof JohnGrunwald lateof Hana Muui,
dooaHwJ, by order of the Judge of the Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, Territory of HatfaH
and all creditors of aald dereaaed are hcrel-y
ootlQfd to present tbelr olalma duly authenti
cated with the proper Touchera, If any e.s'
even If the claim la aecured by mortgage upoo
real estate, to the undersigned at bla omen is
Hana. bland of Maul, Territory of 8
wall, within alz montha from tbe first publica
tion of this notice. . All claims not presented 1
kfnMukid will be forever barred. t
Dated at Wailuku, Maul,, Territory of Ha
waii, February 15, 1906. '
F. WITT ROOK. r
Administrator of tbe Estate of Joka
Feb. 1S Mcb.4-11
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Style A Developing Machino $6.00
Stylo E " 7.50
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