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MAUI BLUE BOOK
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Krtmudcl H, Hrtrtr. Clerk Circuit Court, Wailuku
Judg W. A. MeKfei Dlt. Magistrate, Wailuku
" Chas. Oopp, " " Makawso
" C. R. Lindsay, " " Lhln
" Kunukau, " '' Honuaiila
" J. Kalama, ' 1 Han
" PUmsnu, " Klpabuln
" MoOorrlstOB : " Molokal
' " Raboohalanala, " Lanat
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff, Willuka
W. E. SafTery, Djputy StaenS Wailuku
Edgar Morton " " Makawao
R.V. Horn, " ' Lahaina
P. Wittrock. " Hana
Isae Cookett, 11 ' Molokal
Lerl Joseph " " Kipshulu
Captain Polios Wal'uku
H. Iwlnna, " " Makawao
O. K. Keawetaaka, " " - Lahaina
H. ?.. Kaipo, " " Hana
J. Walamau, " Kalaopapa
W. T. Robinson, T I Awassor, wtluUu
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Amesmr Wailuku
A. P. Tarares 1 Pal
3. Dunn, ' Lahaina
M. H. Reuter, . ' - - " Hana
Work on the new jail and fir -station
is progressing rapidly.
Five luaus were given at various
times last Sunday In and around
The Maui Hotel have been supply
lu? the delicious lunches prepared for
It is rumored that there is a haole
on Maui recruiting Japanese laborers
R. H. Anderson of Hana offers for
sale rubber seeds. See advertise
ment in this isue.
The C. L. Aid Society wiil hold their
weekly meeting with Mrs. Schrader
on Wednesday afternoon.
, The Ladies Guild will meet Tues
day afternoon, March 21, at the
home of Mrs. G. B. Robertson. .
W. E. Shaw representing E. O.
Hall & Son of Honolulu is expected
to arrive on Maui next Tuesday.
Dr. Frear dentist of Honolulu, an
nounces that he will be at the Maui
Hotel, on Monday and for a few days
Wailuku put on bu old-time ap
peararce this week with both Grand
an; Petit lurors, lawyers and wit
ness in town.
JThe Gunst Eakin Cimr Co. distri
butors of thf General Arther Ciear
claim for it universal satisfaction by
the most exacting smokers.
Major Milsaps of the Salvation
Army who has charge of the Island
work will lead the meeting at Wai
luku next Wednesday evening
If the correspondent who signed
a communication "A Citizen," will
send his riifht name sa an indicatkn
of good faith the News will consider
The Superintendent of Public Work
calls for teiwWs until 12 o'clock noon
of March 57. for tbe construction of
a road from Honolua to Ilonoknbau
See Hlv. in this issjie.
Rv tie Ncvudan due Monday the
Kahulu: Storp expect to receive ;
full line of the eefc-bmtfrl Hoffman
iird Rotlicliilil reufly to wear sprint'
clothing for iner.. -
What was s-iid last week hUhi!
the Maui News Prin'tery I cii.g th
rigli' shfp to iift your prip tint' dune,
stands t'0"d tiii-; wee',- and tnanv
weeks, months ar.d years to come.
If you have not examined tle new-
line of spring dress t'Oisds now bei-
displayed by the Kulmfui s'Mre, you
are missing the treat nf jionr life.
Hati'lsor.ie nw design avj colors.
A valise and straw hat was found
at ftahumi last week. the owner
1 can have the same by proving oxrner-
jp of the proper! v at the office of
the MauiNews. See advertisement
in. t h.:' rae,
The Helm- rs-Bettma'n & Co's.,
' shoe, made at Cincinnati, Ohio, and
carried oy me Kamiiut store Is a
form filtint', easy to wear and as
stylish a4 the most fasXidious can
desire . i
Will Forward Resolutions
A union meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Wailuku Improve
ment Association, the Precinct Com
mittees, and citizens was held Thurs
day evening at the court house to
endorse the passage of the County
Ac as prepared by the County Act
Commission and to also endorse the
resolution asking the Senate and
House to appropriate $50,000 for a
court house at Wailuku.
A committee was appointed to
draw up a resolution to the effect
that if, after the appropriations for
all the Counties bad been passed and
the money appropriated was tound
to be inadequate, instead of all the
money being all used in one County
Men wjuiiiy snou a receive lt9 pro
Rv. J. W. Wadman of Honolulu
visited Rev. S. Fujii and the teacher
at Kaanapali recently.
Mrs. Arthur Waal returned from
Honolulu last week;"
Mr. A. Aftlhero- went over to V7al-
kSku on March 10, and returned on
the same day.
Wailuku strawberries are con
sidered a delicious delicacy in La
The priett of the new Hong wan ji
Buddhist Temple, K. Y. Arai, has
been officiating in Lahaina for three
Lahaina was favored with a vis't
from Senator Hayselden last week.
Mr. and Mr. C. A. MacDonald
were quietly entertained by Miss A.
Z. Hadley last Saturday.
Mrs. William Searle invited a few
friends to her home last Saturday
evening. The music of stringed in
struments was much enjoyed.
Mr. M. McCann has returned from
A musical entertainment was given
at Mr. Ah Nee's house on Wednes
Manager Barckhausen returned
from Honolulu on Tuesday. It is ru
mored that ha will take a vacation
Although Mr. Freeland of the Pio
neer Hotel is slightly indisposed, he
went over to Wailuku on Monday,
and returned on the following day.
' A large amount of lumber has been
landed during the last few days.
Several large sharks are seon oc
casionally from the waterfront, and
one of them has been captured. The
carcass of a dead horse attracted
the ravenous fish.
The Rev. S. Kapu was unr xpected-
ly sent for by friends in Wailuku;
and consequently the announced pub
lic meeting was postponed.
Improvement Association Meet
The A'ailuku Improvement As
sociation hoi'' its regular monthly
meeting last Friday evening.
Matters of general local interest
were fully discussed and passed upon.
Hugh Howell was present and sub
mitted ft tracing of the ground to be
itilized for the new Armory, bids for
which are exDeeted to be called for
Captain Bal of Company I was ap
pointed a committee nf one to confer
with nnd decide upon.the exact Wa
Mon of th- prooocpd artnorv.
A communication from Governor
Carter in reply to the report of the
Committee op tV Wide Tire net whs
W F Crockett wns unpointed a
committee of one to deci-lp on the
Wation nf the rpw street lamps.
After fUcensicinn nf several mirror
mst'ers the Association adjourned.
Will Hnve Time In Future.
M'iny of the jurymen who were in
attendance at court the first day and
wn had depended upon the clock of
the TCqr.humnnn Church came near
om!n7 to grief at the handsof Judge
Kepoikai. This fiict reaching Ihe
en'-s oi . U. i lL-holson. an expert
ateh an ! clock repairer of Ilono
lulu, he offered to put the clocfk in
runninjr ordpr and guarantee it would
run for threp years for the sum f
A subscription list was immediate
ly nrawn up and through the instru
mentality of Judt'e Kepoikai who pre
sented the list to lawyers, clerks,
grand and petit jurymen and others,
the sum necessary was soon subscrib
' Boxers on Maul.
MikePatton, the boiler maker pug
ilist who spared two matches with
Dave Barry, and "Kid" McFadden
who had two battles with Soldier
Modlin, both of which were declared
a draw, and one with Castro whom
he defeated, arrived on Maui by the
Neither of these men, however, are
looking for ring honors, preferring
rather to classed as law abiding
citizens who earn their daily bread by
the sweat of their brow. Their pre
sent vocation is helping "Bitf Matt"
on the siphon to be installed at Mali
The Spring Meeting of the ''Maui
Molokal and Lanai Association" will
be held at Hana, Thursday March
23, 1905, at 10 a. m. Ail the
churches of our order and working
in co-operation with jthe Hawaiian
Board, are invited to be represented
by Pastor and Delegate.
Iiaac D. Inea.
Wiliuku .M fUtU
Mr. Olsen, s member of the Grand
Jury)" paid out building a visit on
Thursday morning. - .
Matilda Cocke tt has been out of
school a few day! on account of ill
ness. We hope she will soon be able
to come back.- s
The volunteer staging class meets
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
after school hours.
Our janitar, Heury Sylva has been
serving on the Grand Jury the past
Amy and Custer Stratemeyer,
lately of Honolulu, entered school
Mr. W. W. Hali of Honolulu visited
the School yesterday morning.
The girls ot the High School have
formed themselves into two basket
ball teams, and held a meeting at
their school room on the afternoon
of the 15th. Inst.
The following officers were elected:
Manager, - - - Miss Emily Bal.
Captains, Misses Cummings and
' Helen Wallace
Committee on programme, Martha
Meta Rli del and Cecilia.
The date for the concert was also
discussed and was named for Arril
There wiil be a game of 'baseball
between the combined Junicr Stars
and Alohas vs. Waikapu's. The
game is to be played this coming
Sunday, March 19, 1905.
Cur New. Decoration
People who are indebted to the
News for subscriptions need have no
cause in the future to complain that
there are no outward indications of
the location of the publication and
business office of the New? .
Through the courtesy of George
Stratemayer, Maui's recent acqui
sition in the artist-painter line, the
News is th- proud possessor of a full
front decoration, above the awning,
of a imposing and attractive, with
out being gaudy, sign as any mercan
tile concern on the island. Mr.
Stratemeyer has decided to make
Wailuku his future homp and is open
to take contracts on all classes of
painting and decorating,
Colnnel J McClellan, accompanied
by Dr John Yost. TJ. S. A. and
Mrs. McClellan arrived in Wai
luku Saturday morning on the S. S.
Hawaiian. Colonel McClellan is on a
tour of Inspection of the National
(iuard of Hawaii and on Sunday mor
ning inspected "I" Company on the
grounds of the new school house.
The company did not' have its full
complement as many of the members
were detained loading sugar on the
Colonel McClellan, Dr. Yost and
Mrs. McClenan sailed Monday even
ing on the S. S. Hawaiian for Hilo to
inspect "D" Company.
I'o stops Institute
The Pastors Institute will be held
sometime dui-inK the meeting of the
Maui Association of Churches at
liana, beginning March 23rd. All
the, churches are invited to be re
represented at tills meeting (and at
the institute) by ptstor and dele
irate. Scripture Lesson: Sinai and the
Plan of Sermon: Eph. 5: 13.
Topic for Discission: Ihe quick
ening of our Spirtual Life..
D. H. Davis Will Locate.
Dick Davis, for many years identi
fied with outdoors sports and the re
tail liquor interests of Honolulu, ar
rived on the Claudine and will make
Maui his future home. Mr. Davis has
accepted a position as salesmm and
collector with the Maul Wine and
Liquor Co. Ltd.
Mr. Davis is a man who is the hap
py pressor of hosts of friends and
few erfmies, and should be a valuable
acquisition to the Maui Wine and
rilphon For Maliko.
Matt Heffernan, accompanied bv
Mike Patton, Joe Irvnie, ai.d '"K'd"
McFadden arrived by the Claudine and
proceeded to Maliko Gulch where
they will install the b:g inverted siph
on. Two more of the force'are expect
ed to arrive next week.
Petition Fop Court House.
A petition was being circulated
Wednesday afternoon, addressed to
the Senators and Representatives of
the Legislature, praying them to ap
propriate the sum of Fifty thousand
'dollars for a new court house build
J ititf to be located at Wailuku.
t Pure Pari Rubber.
W. W. Hall president of the Nahi
ku Rubber Plantation Co., who visit
od the plantation last ?eek was a
Wailuku visitor on Wednesday and
Thursday and took great pleasure in
exhibiting a sample of the product
ftom trees grown at Nahiku by Hugh
President Hall is more than pleas
ed with tbe future Outlook of Nahiku
and of the quality pf rubber obtained
from the trees of the Nahiku Planta
tion, which is the genuine Para.
An order for one hundred thousand
seeds has just been placed and will
be planted.immediately on arrival.
The sample exhibited by Mr. Hall
is about three inches long, by an inch
wido and a quarter of an inch thick,
and was obtained from the milk cf
The manner ol tapping and prepar
ing the product for tbe market is a
very simple one, and requires no
machinery. The manner of prepar
ing the milk of the tree is by boiling
or heating the milk, afterwards .'t
coagulates and becomes of commer
cial value, and ready for market.
The tapping of the trees is done by
peeling in strips, a foot or more in
width abound the tree, the hard
outer bark which in no way con tic ts
with the growth or destroys the life
of the tree. Troughs are then in
serted into the soft inner bark and
the milk allowed to accumulate after
which the process of coagulating
Mr. Hall states that a single tree
can be tapped fully twenty times
during the year without retarding
the growth. In fact the milk of tlx
tree is entirely foreign to the nutri
ment by which the tree receives its
Honolua to Honokohau Road.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Supt. of Public-Works, Honolulu,
T. H., until 12 o'clock M. of March 27,
1905, for construction of road from Ilono
lua to Honokohau and portion of road
from Honokohau to Waihee, Lahaina,
Maui, T. H.
Plans and specifications are on file with
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works, and with
C. L. Scrimger, Chairman, Lahaina Road
Board, Lahaina, Maui, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of fs.oo, which sum will le re
turned after depositing bid and returning
plans and specifications.
No proposal will be entertained unless
submitted on the blank forms furnished
by the Asst. hunt, ot Public works, en
closed in a sealed envelope addressed to
Hon. C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. H., endorsed
" Proposal for Road Honolua to Honoko-
hua," and delivered previous to 1 2 o'clock
M. on the day specified.
The Sujerinte!Hlent it serves the right
to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public W rks.
Honolulu, T. H., March 14, 1905.
5 it March 1 8.
C11K-'L'ir OOUKT. SKi.'ilXII CIIJC'l IT.
J Ti'rrito'.T of Hawaii, ul l'!iauilHrs iu l'ie
:a!i in H1.1M1T nf tin: K-.HH'! of W. K
JK ;K WITH, l.xteuf Mawuwuo, M.uii, UtHVusuJ.
Order of untie-of petition f ir ulio unu; 01
liual liccriuiit.N ua-1 difcliar-t; In tlm Kstuie.
On ruailiuu aiiJ FilliUL' too IVtitlou uud to-
i-uiiul:. of V. (). A1KKN". iiiloiiirs-ni'nr.K .h.
ti;-will-nni-xU of W. K. UJXKWITH, d -ceasL'ii,
wh'-rcin he aUs to be allowed .'57. Irt u':(i
he charges tiiioiuli : it 1 ?Ti:n.."tl, ut:il Ufiis tliut
e.e Mtmu may le exaniin-'-i aud unproved, air.:
that a hiial order may oe nindu of Ut iributiJn
ot tue properly ren;:iinintf in hit ::uiid.s to the
person theroio euli-.hd, Mid di eliary ius; him
anil his;uretli' from ;tll fiiriiier p -ioulhiltty
a .ueh Adiuiui draU'r.
1; ifc ordered, that Mo.id:iy, tue Mtu. day of
April. A. O l. 10, at Id u'oioci A. M, oefore the
J ad'e or SiiUl Cod:'t at the tNiurl Koom of the
aid Court at Wailuau, Inland of Maul, be and
tho aauie hereby U appoiutuu aa the time and
place for heurlnt,' said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons Interested m.iy then and
there appear and show cause, If any they have,
why the satue auouid not be granted, and may
present evidence aa to who are entitled to the
iid property. Aud that notice of this Ordur,
in the KuglUb language, be published In the
"Maui Nkws" newspapers printed and pub
lished In Wailuku, tor three successive weeks,
the last publication to be not less than two
weeks previous to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, thisind. day March,
By the Court:
(Seal) Kuhl'nd H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the ind. Circuit
March 4,-1 1, -is,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CIRCUIT COURT, SKtlOND CIRCUIT.
Territory of Hawaii, at Chaiubera in Pro
bate, io the matter of the Kstale of JOHN
Notioe la hereby given that the uuderslgned
baa thla day been appointed Admiustrator of
tbe esta'eof JobnUrunwald late of Hana Maul,
deceased, by order of the Judge of the Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
and all creditors ot said deceased are hereby
no titled to present their claims duly authenti
cated with the proper voucher. If any exist,
even If the claim la secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to the undersigned at hi office In
Hana. Island of Maul, Territory of Ha
waii, within all month from tbe tint publica
tion of thia notice. AH claims not preaented as
aforesaid will be forever barred
Dated at Wailuku, Maui,, Territory of Ha
wait, February IS, luefi.
Administrator of tbe Kalate of Jobn
reb. IS- a Men. --ll
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