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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Llncle Sam Takes a Hand.
Is To Be Called Atkinson Hall.
THE MAUI NEWS
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' Chan. Copp, " "
" Kunukau, '
' J. Kalaina, " '
" Pllmanu, " "
McCorrlBton " "
L.M. Baldwin, Short It,
W. E. SalTery, Ujputy ShonB
C. R. Lindsay " "
Edgar Morton, " "
P. Wlttrock, " '
Isaac Cockett, " "
H. Iwinna, " "
H. Z. Kaipo, " "
J. Walamau, ' "
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assussor,
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Tatares
Q. Dunn, " "
M. H. Router, "
Try Mulfords Somnos, the ideal
sleep producer, for sale at Maples
The Maui Hotel is making some
modern improvements in the bil
liard rcom and buffet.
A new industry known as the
Maui Stock and Poultry Farm Co.
is being organized. It will te a co.
Read the Notice to "Candidates
for Election to County Offices" as
issued by the Secretary of the
The Wailuku Fruit Market has
just received a choice line a Cali
fornia Cherries, Asparagus, rhu
barb and Cauliflower.
Ulupalakua district is suffering
eeverly from drouth. The resi
dents in many instances being
compelled to borrow from each
Living at the Pioneer Hotel La-
haina with its ccol airy rooms, and
excellent table is a combination
which appeals to all the comforts
0 J1 UVIUV.
The General Arther is a perfect
cigar. If your cigar man does not
carry it send $1 to Gunst Eakin
Cigar Co., Honolulu for 12 packed
in tin box.
An effort will be made to or
ganize a base ball league of three
learns on central Maui, the winner
to play a series of five games for
the championship of Maui, with the
winners of the Lahaina league.
The Fair and Luau at St. An
thony's Church which was set for
May 20 has been posponed to June
10. This is done in order not to
conflict with the concert and Sun
lay school at Paia which has been
set for May 20.
Senate Bill 2, the salary bill,
was taken up for third reading on
May 8. , No changes were made un
til the Maui Tux Assessor was
.reached. His salary was raised
from $150 to $175 on motion by
The Improvement Association
meeting which was to have been
heM last Thursday evening has been
posponed to Thursday of next week.
As there are a number of important
communications and resolutions to
be discussed a full attendenc9 is
Surveyor Hugh Howell who re
turned from the Keanae district
Thursday evening, says that the
plans, specifications and profiles
for the Iao Valley and Kihei roads
( will go forjvard to the Superinten
dent of Public Works today
anJ bids for construction will be
called for at once.
The Painters' Magazine says:
irMl 1 i
r mere is no budsiuuis ior pure
linseed oil. You can't make dur-
olilo nnint. u'itVimit. it Thfr is
great temptation to increase profits
by doping linseed oil with petro
leum, rosin, fish or cotton oil. You
can't afford adulterated oil. The
paint won't last. You'll loae your
customers." Kinloch paint is thick
paste paint and linseed oil'. Kahu
lui Railroad Co.are distributors for
Irate spouse "Henery, how came
( you to late getting in?" Henry
"Been dawn (hie) ehoot'n' galle r,ra
dear." Irate spouse ''I beleive you.
You look half shot now. Well, did
you hit the bull's-eye?" Henery
"No, m' dear. Jush ash I went shoot
sh he wiuked 'is eye an' I mished."
Hon. A N. Kcpoikat, Circuit Judgs,
Kdmunrt H.Hart. Clerk Circuit Court
Juilge VV. A. McKay Dist. MaglHtrato,
The Plantation Market has a new and
There is an unusual amount of sickness
in town, but mostly of a mild type.
The dedication of the new buildings at
Lahainaluna will take place on June 7th
Mrs. Vetlesen and her children, and
Miss Rachel Ilayselden, are visiting at
Ernest G. Cockett's health has con
siderably improved. On Sunday he was
able to drive to Kilohana Park.
It is expected that Miss N. A. Holden,
principal of the kindergarten, will return
to the mainland soon after the close of
the present term.
Mrs. R. Catton, of Honolulu, who
arrived last week, was entertained by
Miss A. Z. Hadley. She and Mr. Catton
returned to Honolulu by the Mauna Loa.
Buddhist priest K. Y. Aria, of the
Hongwanjt Shinshu Temple, has opened
a night school this week. Sessions are
held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
evenings from 7 to 9. At the first session
fifteen pupils were present. On Friday
evenings the priest will be assisted by Dr.
The superintendent and workmen em
ployed by Lieutenant Slattery have dis
played no little skill and energy in the
construction of the lighthouse on Lahaina
wharf. The structure rises to a height of
sixty feet and three inches above high
water mark. A splendid lens for the
lantern was imported from Paris.
On Thursday of last week a Japanese
named Ennemoku accidently caught
hold of a " live wire" at the Pioneer Mill
and was badly burned by the electric
current. He was taken to the Lahaina
hospital. He climbed upon the roof of the
Pioneer Mill, to get a view of burning
cane in one of the fields. .His foot slip
ped vnexpectetly, and instinctively he
giasped the wire.
Wailuku School Notes.
Jotjuim Vicent, teacher of Kealahou
School, was a visitor to our school on
Mrs. Copeland was sick and out of
school on Monday.
Mrs. Palu, Mrs. Ah Chong and Mrs.
James Kauhane, were visitors to our
school, the early part of this week.
Hannah Cummings was out of sehool
for two days.
Mitilda Cockett was out of school
Thursday and Friday. ,
There will be a game of baseball on
Sunday May 14th 1905, at 2.30 p. m. be
tween the Waikapus and Junor Stars. A
fine game will be expected and a fee will
Come One! Come All! Dont Fail.
An Attractive Car.
The new combination car of the Kahu
lui Railroad was put in commission last
The car is the work of Carbiiilder
Hughes of Honolulu and is finished
throughout in natural Oak.
A baggage compartment in the center
divides the first and second class passen
gers; the first class compartment will
bold sixteen and the second class 20
The new car is a most excellent addi
tion to the Kahulai Railroad being elec
tric lighted and strictly modern and it is
to be hoped that this first car is not the
last of this class of coach which will be
run of the Kahului Railroad.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mr. and Sirs. H. P. Baldwin arrived in
Honolulu Monday by the Korea from
Mrs. Mann has been visiting relatives in
Makawao the past two weeks.
Mrs. L. M. Vettlesen and Miss Ilay
selden of Lahaina left Tuesday for Olinda
to enjoy an outing for a week or two.
There will be a reception at the Paia
Church Friday evening to the Rev. Mr.
Bazata and family. Mr. Ba&ata has
been called as regular pastor of the
Mr. Wren Wescoat of Puunene is of on
a short vacation.
The concert in Wailuku last Friday
evening was quite well attended by the
Paia Kihei and Puunene yeople. They
certainly enjoyed the rare musical treat.
Kahului Railroad'! new combination
coach was put on the road Thursday. It
is a well built coach and just what they
hav needed for some time. One of the
coaches that have been used will prob
ably be sold to the H. C. & S. Co.
Showery weather is reported in the
Makawao district and pasterage is im
L. von Tempsky wa removed from
the Puunene Hospital to the beach house
at Paia Thursday. Mr. von Tempsky is
getting along nicely. "
Miss Fanny Engle finished her engage
ment at Puunene Hospital and "returned
to her home in Paia last week.
Deputy U. S. Marshal George Rocnitz
who arrived by Wednesday's Claudine
spent the day in Wailuku and with the
assistance of the sheriff's office arrested
Kusakabe, who, it will be remembered
was arrested for child dealing. Makino
Shinkichi and Takeda the two who it
was claimed were interested in the pur
chase of AwaiShizukcshi, the fair maiden
of the Mikado's realm, were also subpoen
ed together with the girl her parents,
and W. J. Bell who will be held as wit
nesses when the case comes u p in Hon
olulu. .. ..
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 accounts, 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, II, 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 dourt, 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 time appointed for said
BY THE COURT,
EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dated a Wailuku, Maui,
April 27th, 1905.
Apr. 29; May 6, 13.
Call No. I.
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 EACH PRECINCT IS ENTITLED.
KA HELUNA O NA ELELE A KELA AME KEIA MAHELE KOHO E KO
umber of Number of Number of Delegates
Precinct. Voters. to be elected.
Mahele Koho Heluna o na Ka heluna o na Elele
Poe Koho. e kohoia ai.
2 51 2
3 107 7
4 37 .1
5 23 1
6 158 6
7 150 6
8 26 1
9 80 3
10 162 6
11 32 I
12 36 I
13 91 4
14 39 I
15 25 I
16 33 I
17 4o 2
18 44 2
19 3'J I
20 5 2
Gall 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.
HONOLULU, May 9. The new
buildings of the Lahainaluna Semi
nary are now completed and in use
though their formal opening will not
occur until June.
The new central building is to be
called "Atkinson Hall," in honor of
A. T. Atkinson, under whose admin
istration of the School affairs of the
Territory, Lahainaluna was rejuve
nated, and the new buildings secured,
planned and b'uilt.
The northerly one of the three
new buildings is to be called "David
Malo Dormitory," in honor of David
Malo, the Hawaiian historian, who
reduced to writing much of the
traditional history of Hawaii.
The Southerly of the two buildings
is to be known as "H. R. Hitchcock
Building," in honor of one the early
missionary teachers who was for a
long time at the head of the institution.
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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 auiua
la, no ka Wae Ana I Na Moho no ke Ku
lana Kalana tloko o ke Kalana o Maui.
O ke ia mau Elele i ka Aha Wae Moho
o ke Kalana e hui lakou ma kekahi Ha
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ho apau inahope 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,
Kaukauolelo Komite Kuwaena Apana
Aperila 26. Mei 6, 13.
KALANA O MAUI,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
E hui ana ma ka Poaono, la 20 o Mei,
1905, ka Ahahui Wae Moho Kalana o ke
Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ma
Wailuku, ma ka hora ekahi oia auina la
no ka hoolala ana auie ka wae ana i na
Moho no 11a kuluna iloko o ke Kalana.
Ma ke kauoha a ke Komite Hooko Ku
waena. J. N. K. KEOLA,
Kakauolelo Kumile Kuweena Apana
Aperila 29. Mei 6, 13.
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