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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Will Establish Laundry.
THE MAUI NEWS
Hon. A W. Kepolkal. Circuit Judge, Walluxu
Edmund H.Hnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Diflt. MagUtrate, Walluku
' Chas. Copp, " '
J. Kalama, " '
McCorriston " "
Kahoohalanala, " '
t,. M. Baldwin, ShorilT,
W. B. Saffory, Djputy Staerllt
C. R. Lindsay " "
EdKar Morton, "
P. Wlttrock, " '
Isaac Cookett, " '"
W. Kaluakinl " "
H. Iwiona, " '
H. Z. Kaipo, " '.'
J. Waiamau, ' ''
VV. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
A. P. Tavaros
G. Punn, " "
M. H. Reutor, - "
Paia Naki the fusion ticket nominee
for treasurer ha9 resigned.
The Wailuku Band has disbanded
from lack of encouragement.
Next Wednesday is the anniversary
of the birthday of the late Queen
One hundred and thirty years ago
to day Mecklenburp, N. C. dsclared
J. A. Harris is busy painting and
lettering the Hygeia Soda Works
building at Kahului.
John Kerr, will enter McKinley in
the races this year against Cyclone,
and the other tpeedy top-notchers.
Company I. had a moonlight drill
Wednesday evening and made a very
creditable show. The company hes
recently received many new mem
bers. The making and fitting of glasses
is the exclusive business of A. N.
Sauford Optician. See advertise
ment on page 2 of this issue.
A single-seated top kuggv, as good
as new, with new harness and side
lamps is offered for sale at a nominal
figure. See classified ads on page 6
of this issue.
Have you inspected the new coach
of the Kahului Railroad Co? It is a
beauty and the public are invited to
thoroughly inspect it at any of the
stations. It is a pleasure to ride in
Company I. N. G. H. are expect
ing orders from the Quartermasters
department to embark for Honolulu
(or a ten days encampment and in
srjection. .the latter part of this
John Wilson and other passengers
came near drowing last Saturday by
being upset by the Claudine. The
passengers were in a shore boat leav
ing Keanae for the steamer when the
There are only a few more shares
available of the Nahiku Rubber
Plantation Co. of all those ap
portioned to Maui. These will un-
doubtlj be taken in a few days which
will insure Maui the control of the
Dr. George S. Aiken has moved
his residence from Sunnyside, to the
old Bailey premises, .Makawao,
known as Kawaipai. He also main
tains offices at Kahului and Puunene
making regular visits. Telephone 82.
Owing to the withdrawal from the
Wailuku School of the young man
who has been acting as school report
er, the News has no school notes this
week, but hopes that his substitute
will be appointed before the next
' There is some talk that pending
the formation of a league of ball
tossers on Central Maul, the Morning
Stars will issue a deti for a game of
ball tq be played at Lahaina, with
either' the Pioneers or Ilimas or a
picked team from both.
To be fashionably and correctly
attired it is only necessary to know
your size to get a perfect fit of what
is right in fabric and pattern of the
Hoffman and Rothchild tailor made
clothes. The Kahului store is sole
agent for the island of Maui.
If you dont use Kinloch paint you
are not taking advantages of all the
opportunities offered you to use the
most economical, the cheapest, the
newest and the best paint on the
market. "The Kahului Railroad Co.
are distributors for Maui.
People of West Maui should get
the habit of buying where buying
counts. Why patronize a store that
carries its goods on the shelf from
year to year, when for the same
money you can buy goods that you
know are dependable of the Lahai
na Store. Read their advertiseineo
in this ii-.sue, give them a trial if you
have not already done so, and you
will "get the habit" of buying there
and telling others of the good good
A number of the boys are practising
Mrs. J. V. Searle has been ill for
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hal-
vorsen last Monday.
Bro. Bertram of St. Louis College left
after a short visit yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald dined at Miss
Hadley's cottage, last Saturday.
The new buildings at Lahainaluna will
be dedicated on Wednesday June 7.
The new bridge over the canal bears
the inscription "April 20, 1905. Main
The lantern of the New light-house
was lighted for the first time - last Satur
Mrs. McCann, and Miss McCann who
have been suffering with colds are Im
Mrs. Molly Cummings returned to La
haina on account of illness of Mrs.
Mrs. Ford onr pretty and popular
proprietress of the Emporium has been
under the weather lately.
C. Akana was taken ill after the base
ball game May 7, with the grip. He was
missed by all his friends.
A new citizen of Lahaina arrived on
Wednesday morning at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Halvorsen.
Mrs. W. Searle has been very ill but is
improving and will soon be able to be
Engineer Ogg, of the Olowalu planta
tion, was entertained by Mr. Sturterart
at Lahainaluna on Sunday
Mrs. Anna Mulvany who has been
visiting the Newcombes at Puokolii for
several days, has returned home.
Our Hon. and popular Senator A. N.
Hayselden was in town on a flying business
trip, and returned to Honolulu Thursday
There is some talk about town of
making June nth an all around sporting
day and we will hope tilings will materi
A lady friend of Mrs. MacDonald has
invented a handsome veil fastener, in the
form of a butterfly. A beautiful speci
men may be seen at Lahainaluna.
There is some talk of two basket ball.
teams being organized; one to be cap
tained by Mrs. Ford and one by either
Miss Ivy Richardson or Miss Nunes.
Mr. Robinson our popular acting
postmaster lost his companion, a bird
dog, who was with him for eleven years,
in all his travels and hunting expedi
tions. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Stark left last
Saturday for their home in San Fran
cisco. After a stay 01 about six months
with their children, Mrs. Hennine of
Lahaina, and Frank Stark of Puokolii
The base-ball game between the
Pioneers and Unknowns was very in
teresting, the Pioneers being ahead
again: score 7 to 1. There was quite a
big crowd present, almost every seat in
the grand stand was taken. The interest
of the young ladies of both sides has
been very great and much shouting was
done to encourage the winners as well
has the losers. The Pioneer quintette
club played thro ughout the game.
Pioneers Win 7 to 1
The game Saturday May 14th, started
promptly at 2:30 p. m. The Un
knowns were the favorites especially of
the town people, who dont seem to have
much lc ve for the mill boys.
The Pioneers all but shut the Un
knowns out; but through an error, the
latter team scored one run in the 3rd.
inning. With a little more practice they
will put up a pretty hard flight.
Tomorrow the Ilimas and Unknowns
will play. A fourth team was formed
in Puokolii and will take part in the
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NahikiTs Banner Arrived
The long expected banner was brought
over by the Llaunine Wednesday aud
delivered to Judge A. N. Kepoikai,
chairman of the Executive Committee.
This is the banner ofiered by the Re
publican Central Committee to the pre
cinct polling the highest number of
republican votes at the last Territorial
election. Nahiku with thirty registered
voters polled thirty solid votes for the
ticket. As a consequence the hand
some gold and silver banner with koa
wood pole goes to the nineteenth pre
Taking Soundings at Kahului.
Mr. H. O. Plummer, representing the
North American Dredging Co., of San
Francisco who arrived by last weeks
Mauna Loa, is tailing borings of Ka
The Kahului Railroad Co. content
plates extensive alterations in . and
around Kahului and the harbor improve
ment and dredgiug is a portion of the
Bruce Hartman, manager of the Sani
tary Steam Laundry of Honolulu, has
just about completed arrangements with
the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co.
and Superintendent Filler to erect a suit
able building at Kahului to house the
new industry for Maui.
It w 11 probably be known as the
Sanitary Laundry of Maui, and manager
Hartman leaves for the coast next month
to purchase the necessary machinery
which will be strictly new and modern.
However before final negotiations are
positively closed it will be necessary that
the laundry people know jnst how much
support can be depended upon from the
residents of Maui. Laundry bundles
will be called for and delivered and the
charges will, it is intended, be no more
than is at present being paid the Asiatics
for inferior work.
While it is the ultimate intention to
employ Hawaiians, who have proved the
most efficient and pains laking, from the
island, such skilled help as may ha re
quired to start the laundry off on a good
practical footing, will be temporarily
brought from Honolulu.
While the Maui industry will be run
by the same people as the Honolulu
laundry the two concerns will be inde
pendent of each other.
Circular letters are now being sent out
to the residents asking for their co-operation
and support, and while a pledge is
asked, manager Hartman says that if the
laundry does not live up to its agree
ment and turn out satisfactory high class
work the patrons will not be bound by
their pledges of support.
Advance Test Impossible.
HONOLULU, May 17. Ttere
are indications that the County
Act will have to go into effect before
a real test case is brought before
the Supreme Court. Attorney Gen
eral Andrews and others have been
looking up the authorities in the
matter, and it appears to be the
ruling of many courts that such an
act cannot be opposed in advance.
T. McCants Stewart's idea was a
suit to get an injunction to prevent
the election, but this is held to be
impossible. As far as preventing the
spending of money to carry out the
election is concerned, a suit for that
purpose is almost too late, for prac
tically all of the money has already
"I do not speak officially,'- said
Andi'ews, "but can say that there
are many authorities which hold
that the court would not have juris
diction in advance of the act's taking
effect. If that is the case it me ins
of course that Judge Highton will
have great difficulty in preparing a
case according to the plan agreed
Andrews was asked if the Ter-ritorj-
could not waive the point, and
allow the case to be heard, but he
replied that the court itself might
object. "If the court thought it
was without jurisdiction to hear the
matter it certainly would not sit and
make an exhibition of itself by de-
Lcidiug something it had no jurisdic
tion of," he said.
The question of jurisdiction is
therefore very likelv to stand in the
way of any action until after July 1.
On that uate the act will go into
effect and if it is to be knocked out,
it will be like the last act, after it
has taken effect aud after County
officials are in office.
Maul Road Board.
HONOLULU, May 13. A mes
sai:e from the Governor was rtceiv
ed, which announced hiH appoint
ments ot members of road boards was
laid on the table for consideration.
Lahaina Charles L. Scrircger,
George Gibb; Wailuku-F. P. Bald
win, C. B. Wells, R. W. Filler; Hana
M. H. Reuter, H. Reuter, J. Nal'i-
makaua; Makawao W. O. Aiken,
H. A. Baldwin, Edgar Morton; Mo
loksi D. McCorriston, J. M. Mahoe;
Lanai Charles Gay, S. Kenui, S.
"Should idiots be killed at birth?"
asks a curious clergyman. Sometimes
you don't find it out till they are grown
up and get to asking fool questions.
The Houston Chroricle.
Of trading at the LAHAINA STORE the depend
able ttore. You might save a few tteps by buying
elsewhere, bnt are you sure of the freshness and
quality ? Our gooc's in
best qualitv for the money.
Statement if we did pot
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies.
Notice Is hereby given that all
Territorial offices will be closed on
Tuesday, May 30th,
which is a legal holiday.
G. R. CARTER,
May 10th, 1905.
May 20 It.
Appropriations From Loan Bill.
HONOLULU, May 17. Special
committee of the House on S. B. 3,
the loan bill, after putting in yester
day on the" apportionment of appro
priations, this morning reported to
the House the report being adopted
and the bill passing second reading.
As amended by the committee the
general appropriations (for all is
land?) amount to $783,700, whereas
the original total was SCSI, 000.
The island cf Hawaii is given $117,
000 instead of $116,000.
The Island of Maui is given $09,180
instead of $71,500.
The Island of Kauai is given $46,
500 instead of $49,500.
The Island of Oahu is given $2S6,
160 instead of $264,500.
The bill totals now $1,302,500 instead
of $1,182,500, being increased $120,-
000, this amount coming from old ap
Purchase Kaunakakal Wharf.
HONOLULU, May Il-Senator
McCandless presented the following
report from the Public Lands Com
"Your Committee on Public Lands,
Internal Improvements, 'Agricul
tural, etc., to which was referred
Senate Resolution No. 4, beg leave
"The object of the resolution is to
provide for an appropriation of $10,
000 for the purchase of the wharf at
"Your committee find that there
is being collected from the residents
of that section of the island of Molo
kai two hundred dollars ($200) toll
for the landing of freight.
"V7e do not believe that such
condition should exist and that the
Territory should own all wharves,
but believe that the amount asked
for is too high and would recommend
that the item be inserted in the loan
bill at $5000, which should include
the wharf and approaches end a
right of way of twenty feet wide to
the Government road.
"With these amendments your
committee recomends that the item
Referred to Ways and Means Com
mittee. "Oyama stands with Napoleon," says
a Japanese official. Remembering where
Napoleon stands, the Russians doubtless
wish that Oyama was with him. The
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