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SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Will Visit Ceylon.
Inspector Wells on Maui
THE MAUI NEWS
Ron. A N. Kfipolkat, Circuit Judge, Wallunu
Edmund H.Htirt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wailuku
Judge W. A. McKay Ulfit. Magistrate, Wailuku
" Chan. Copp, " "
Kunukau, " '
J. Kalama, " '
y Plimanu, " "
McCorrUtnn " "
Kahoohalanala, ' '
I,. M. lialdwln, Sheriff,
W. E. SalTery, Deputy Sherta
C. R. Lindsay " "
Kdgar Morton, "
F. Wittrock, " '
Isaac CockBtt, " "
H. lwicna, " "
H. Z. Kalpo, " ''
J. Waiamau, "
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor.
A. F. Tavaros 1
O.Punn, " "
M. H. Houtor, " "
The new Drug Store. The Map
les Drug Store.
Improvements to residences and
business concerns are noticable in
"Billy" Daly, the horseshoer is
now located with C. It. Cockett at
Lahaina. t '
The Clubman, professional and
business men and artisians all
drink Primo Lager.
Work on the big syphon at Ma
liko gulch will probably be finish
ed in two or three weeks time.
Improvements are contemplated
on Central Maui on a footing equal
to that of any island in the
The Maui Racing Association
will hold a meeting this evening
tD decide upon a card of race
events for July 4th.
Many of the fashionables are
seen wearing the handsome and
well known Loloto hats carried by
the Kahului Store.
When you light a General Arthur
Cigar you have commenced a thirty
minutes of keen enjoyment. Gunst
Eakin Cigar Co., Honolulu.
The Maui Telephone Co. have
just issued a new directory of sub
scribers. The work was printed
and bound by the Maui Publish
Attorney G. B. Robertson has
announced himself as a candidate
for County Attorney of Maui
County subject to the decision of
the Republican County Conven
The Maui Dry-Goods and Gro
cery Co. are building a liberal ad
dition to their present Etore-room
and in the future the departments
will be clasified as the dry goods,
grocery bnd, shoe department.
The several livery stables are
making up wagonette parties to
go over to Lahaina tomorrow and
witness the ball game between the
Junior Stars and a picked team of
Lahaina's junior ball tossers.
Have you noticed those nobby
patterns, and stylish, cut ready to
wear clothes being worn by many
on Maui latoly. They are from
the Hoffman and llothchild whole
sale tailoring house and are car
ried by the Kahului store. Better
get a suit and be in the swim.
A gallon of Kinlocli Paint re
quires the addition of absolutely
nothing but a gallon of pure Jin
seed oil to make-two gallo ns cf paint
ready to apply. Oil is the life of
paint. Buy pure oil, mix it with
Kinloch, and you have the best
paint money can buy. For sale
by the Kahului Railroad.
Under the terms of an act passed
at the regular session of the legis
lature, the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court will hereafter have
the appointment of District Magis
trates. J There are eleven vacancies
, pending, nine to be filled on May
"- 1st one on May 2nd and one that
should have been filled on April
On May 20th. the St. Antony's
Church will hold a fair and luau.
The church has been attractively
remodeled and the acoustic pro
perties strenchtened, and the
clock repaired together with neces
sary changes, and the object in
holding the fair and luau is to per
mit of the painting of the church
to harmonize with, the recent im
Will Relocate Trails.
Engineer Hugh Howell left Wednesday
forenoon to accept the roads recently
completed by Wilson and Duggan on
East Maui. Mr. Howell speaks very
highly of the work done by this firm
and says tnat they nave in no wise stint
ed in the work, but in many instances
have done more than was required of
them. Before returning to Wailuku Mr.
Howell will relocate a portion of the
Kaupo trail and also the major portion
of the trail to Maleaiiala.
The Lahaina store has a fresh coat of
Work on the light-house is progressing
Mrs. Kate Dickenson has returned
Miss Mabel Richardson took passage
for Japan on the Manchuria.
Mr. Dickenson and Mrs. Hayselden
drove to Kaanapali on Monday.
Mrs. Hayslden and Mrs. Baldwin came
over from Wailuku last week.
Eddie Dunn and the Henning boys
have returned to St. Louis College.
Rev. S. Kapu has gone to Honolulu,
to attend to public duties. A little son
was born to him on April 28.
Mr. Louis Benedict Jones, after a short
visit in this town, has returned to the
home of his married daughter at Kiliti.
The Mary Foster is ready to sail with
a load of sugar. Mrs. Johnson the cap
tain's wife, is a cousin of the Hayselden
Fred H. Hayselden, Jr., is at home
again after a years absence on the large
island. His many friends are very glad
to see him.
Mrs. T. J. Hayselden kindly presided
at the organ in the Church of the Holy
Innocents, during the illness of Mr.
While Mr. Dods was walking beside
the track, one evening last week, he fell
into a culvert and fractured two ribs.
But he has sufficient pluck to keep on
teachings as though nothing had hap
pened. Lahaina Organizes Ball-League
Lahaina, the progressive, is the first
town on Maui to fully organize a base
ball league for the season of 1905.
. Three teams have been organized with
possibly Lahainaluna to hear from, al
though if only Sunday ball is had the
agricultural school team will most likely
stand out. Ample funds have been raised
to finance the league through the season,
and a force of men are now at work on
the ball ground, erecting a spacious
grandstand and enlosing the grounds
with a board fence.
The following are the officers of the
William Henning, President
C. R. Lindsay, Vice-Pres. & Man'gr.
E. Waiholo, Treasurer
H. Neubaur Secretary
Umpires: George Dunn, C. Kakauli-
lio and H. Isenbaur.
The grand opening is to be on Sundav,
May 7, at 5:30 p. 111. Three base ball
teams have been formed. The first game
of the season will be played between the
Pioneers and lhmas at 2:30 p. m. The
third team is named the Unknowns.
Admission to the grounds, 15 cents;
grand stand, 25 cents; children, ro cents.
The Pioneer Quintettes will furnishmu
sic. All Maui sports are cordially invited
NAHIKU RUBBER CO., Ltd.
Shares in this co'npany can be had by
communicating with C. D. Lufkin of Tae
First National Bank of Wailuku. It is
desired that this company shall be a Maui
enterprise. Subscriptions for two or
more shares will be received and can
be paid for by easy installment, of (5.00
per share per month after the first two
months, and ten dollars per share per
month for the first two months. This
allows the subscriber eighteen months in
which to pay for his shares. After the
subscribed shares are fully paid the com
pany will issue three shares of assessable
stock to the holder of every two shares of
the paid-up stock. This will give the
subscriber for two shares a block of five
slires in all, and it is estimated that not
more than twenty dollars per share will
be called for on the assessable shares.
The company will own in fee simple
eight hundred acres of planted rubber
trees for a cash outlay of about eight
thousand dollars The few remaining
shares shonld be taken up at once that
Maui may be once more in the lead.
It is a chance of a lifetime.
Captured The Escaped Prisoner
One of the Porto Rican's doing time
in the prison gang, who with the others
has been employed grading the new road
at Kahului, broke away during the noon
hour. As soon- as lie was missed tue
entire police force, at least those who
could be spared from regular duty were
detailed with man hunt.
Charles Lake, a pclice officer from
Kaupo who was transferred the first of
the month to Wailuku, together with
two other officers made the capture after
about two hours search. The prisoner
was located near the pumping station
between Kakulni and Spreckelsville, and
brought back to Wailuku jail. The
prisoner is one of two Porto Ricans
caught selling Okolehao, in the Keanae
district and was sentenced from the
Hana district court.
Harmony at K. of P. Catttle.
A very enthusiatic audience greeted
the amateur musicians at the Knights of
Pythias Hall last evening.
Without exception the entertainment
was one of the best Mauianshave had the
pleasure of listening to iu some time
and much credit is due the Kaights for
the enjoyable evening. 1 lie program
was well arranged and of sufficient le.igth
to hold the undivided attention of the
listeners who showed their appropriation
of the various numbers by their applause,
ami were fuUv appreciated by the artists.
Count von Zt-dwitz and Mr. O. E. Wall
who have played at concerts in Wailuku
before, were in their most entertaining
mood and performed the two ducts with
a vim which showed perfect control of
the violin. County von ZedwiU's solos
were eo,ualty well rendered.'
Miss Sheffield's pianos solos, as were
Mr. Baldwins baritone solos opportunely
. Mrs. Aalberg who presided at the piano
proved a finished accompanist and much
credict is due her to the smoothness with
which the progTam wai carried through.
After the concert an informal dance wai
held. Many were the expressions that it
was hoped more of' these concerts
might be heard iu the near fuf re
Dr. E. C. Waterhouse of Honolulu, who
is interested in the Nahiku Rubber Tlan.
tation, will leave shortly for an extended
visit to Ceylon.
Mr. Waterhouse will make a thorough
study and investigation of the rubber in
dustry as conducted and developed in the
tropics, and while the trip is of a purely
personal nature, data which may prove
beneficial will be communicated to those
interested in rubber on Maui.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers in Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of W. E.
A hearing on the petition for allow
ance of acconnts, final distribution and
discharge, of Worth O. Aiken, adminis
trator with the will annexed of the estate
of W. E. Beckwith, deceased, not having
been had and heard on the loth day of
April, 1905, as advertised and published
in the original notices in the "Maui
News," under dates of March 4, 11, 18
and 25, for reasons satisfactorily shown,
and personally known to this Court :
IT IS ORDERED that Monday, the
29th day of May, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m.
before the Judge of this Court, at the
court-room of this court, in Wailuku,
Maui, be, and the same hereby is, now
appointed as the time and place for hear
ing said petition and accounts ; and all
persons interested in said estate may and
shall then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted,
and may present evidence as to who is
entitled to said property.
Notice of this order to be published in
the English language in the " Maui
News," for three successive weeks' the
last publication to be not less than two
weeks before the-tims appointed for said
BY THE COURT, I
EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dated a Wailuku, Maui,
April 27th, 1905.
Apr. 29; May 6, 13.
Call No. 1.
COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRITORY OP HAWAII
We do hereby call the Republican Pre
cinct Clubs of the County of Maui to meet
on Saturday, the 6th day of May, A. D.
1905, to nominate delegates to be elected
at a primary election to be held on Satur
day, the 13th day of May, A. D. 1905, for
the purpose of attending a Republican
County Convention to be held at Wailuku
at I o'clock p. m., Saturday, the 20th
day of May, A. D. 1905, for the purpose
of nominating candidates for County
offices for the County of Maui
Said delegates to the County Conven
tion are to meet in a district convention
representing their several districts imme
diately upon the adjournment of the
County Convention, and nominate candi
dates for district offices.
Per Order of the Sub-Executive Com
mittee. J. N. K. KEOLA, Secy..
3rd Rep. Dist. Committee.
April 29. May 6, 13.
NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO WHICH
KA HELUNA O NA ELELE A KELA
Heluna o na
Call No. 2.
COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
A Republican Couuty Convention for
the County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
will convene at Wailuku on Saturday,
May 20, 1905, at I o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of organizing and nominating
candidates for County offices.
Per Order of the Executive Committee.
J. N. K. KEOLA,
Secy., 3rd Rep. Dist. Committee.
Ap. 29, May 6, 13.
School Inspector Wells the recent ap
pointee of the Department of Public In
struction, whose field of labors will be on
Maui and Molokai, arrived last week by
the steamer Claudlne, on his initial tour.
Inspector Wells is by no mean9 a
stranger to many of Maui's residents
and has at various times visited the dif
ferent districts, but more particularity in
the Makawao portion.
Since his arrival Mr. Wells has visited
the various school sections of Central
Maui getting acquinttd with the teachers
and in touch with their work. Today he
will be at Makena, and from there will
work over to the Hana district, which as
yet this year has not been visited by an
Mr. Wells reports most favorably of
the schools he has visited, and finds the
attendence excellent and affairs generally
in good shape. Honolulu will natural
ly be headquarters for Inspector Wellsi
he will also maintain local headquarters
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KALANA O MAUI,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
Ma keia ke kahea nei makou i na Hui
mahele koho Repubalika o ke Kalana o
Maui e halawai ma ka Poaono Mei 6th,
1905, e wae i mau Elele e kohoia ma ke
kahi Halawai Mahele Koho e malamaia
ma ka Poaono Mei 13th, 1905, no ka no
ho ana ma ka Ahahui Wae Moho Kalana
e malamaia ana ma Wailuku, Poaono,
Mei 20th, 1905 ma ka hora ekahi auina
la, no ka Wae Ana I Na Moho no ke Ku
lana Kalana iloko o ke Kalana o Maui.
O ke ia mau, Elele i ka Aha Wae Moho
o ke Kalana e hui lakou ma kekahi Ha
lawai Apana o ko lakou mau Mahele Ko
ho apau mahope koke iho no o ka pau
ana o ka Aha Wae Moho O Ke Kalana, a
e wae lakou i mau moho Luna Nui no na
Ma ke kauoha a ke Komite Hooko Ku
waena. J. N. K. KEOLA,
Kaukauole'.o Komite Kuwaena Apana
Aperila 26. Mei 6, 13.
EACH TRECINCT IS ENTITLED.
AME KEIA MAHELE KOHO E KO-
Number of Delegates
to be elected.
Ka heluna o na Elele
e kohoia ai.
KALANA O MAI I,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
E hui ana ma ka Poaono, la 20 o Mei
1905, ka Ahahui Wae Moho Kalana o ke
Kalana o Maul, Icriton o Hawaii, ma
Wailuku, ma ka hora ekahi oia auina la
no ka hoolala ana ame ka wae ana i na
Moho no na kuluna iloko o ke Kalana.
Ma ke kauoha a ke Komite Hooko Ku
T. N. K. KEOLA,
Kakauolelo Komite Kuwaena Apana
Aperila 29. Mei 6, 13.
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