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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK'
THE MAUI NEWS
Hon. A M. KepolkI, Circuit Judge, WsIIuku
Kilmunrt H.Hnrt. Clnrlc Circuit Court. W'Blluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Wsiluhu
" Chun. Copp, " "
Kunuknu, " '
" J. Kulnraa, "
" Pllmnuu, " "
41 McCorriston "
11 Kahoobulanalft, " '
t,. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Battery, Diputy ShcriB
C. R. Lindsay "
Kdgar Morton, '
F. Wittrock, t-
Llano Cockctt, "
W. Kaluaklnl " !!
H. Iwlena, "
H. ?j. Kaipo,
J. Walamau, '
W. T. Robinson, Td Assessor
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Tavares
O. Punn, s "
M. H. Routor, "
The Battle of Bunker Hill
place 130 years ago to-day.
TWt fnrret the'chicken lunch
on the lawn at Canon Ault's to-day.
The Pioneer, ball team of the La-
haina league will cross bats with the
Junior Stars at Wells Park torconow
A match came of baseball between
the stevedores and Company I. will
will he nlaved tomorrow afternoon
at Wells Park.
The ladies of the Settlement House
will be pleased to receive all their
friends Monday, June 2G, from three
to five o'clock.
The Superintendent of the Wailuku
and Kahului Water Works has s
notice in this issue to persons hold
ing water privileges.
Major J. Milsaps, of the Salvation
Army, will conduct the meeting at
the Army hall tomorrow evening.
He will be on Maui about ten days,
A uotice for hearing the petition
in Probate of the will of Manoel
Pereira Pico, late of Kaupakulua,
Maui, is published in this issue. July
2i is the day set for the hearing.
Company "I JN. Or. H. had an
outing Sundav at Waikapu in which
a skirmish drill and target shooting
were indulged in as a part of the
days camp work. Headquarters
were established at Sam Keliii oi's
Arrangements have been com
pleted whereby Company I. will
have a permenant shooting range
for nratice at 200. 300, and 400
vards. The location is in the sand
hills below town.
A special meeting of the axecu
tive committee of the Maui Rac
ing Association will be held to-
nisht afc 7:30 o'clock at the Maui
Hotel. A full attendance of the
committee is required as buiines of
mportance will be brought up.
The machinery for the Hygeia
Soda and Ice Works Co., Ltd., ar
rived by the Kevadan and is being
Dlaced as ramdlv as possible. The
company will probably commence
operations in about two weeks' time.
The Board of Registration for the
islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and
Kahoolawe will sit on Election day
June 20 at the court house Wailuku.
See notice in this issue.
. Don't forget that the enteries and
privileges with the Maui Racing As
sociation will close at 12 o'clock m.
June 3oth. with D. L. Meyers secre
tary, and will be opened at 7:00 p.
m. at the Maui Hotel oilliard par
lors. Articles of incorporation of the
Koolau Rubber bo., Ltd. have just
been filed. The officers are: James
L. Coke, president; W. A. McKay,
vice-president; R. A. Wadsworth,
treasurer; H jgh Howell, secretary.
, ti -.. :ti rt.Ar 44ii firm nt fillll
v, no rf rtv tin im nf K!i llll
Get your lunch to day of the Junior
Daughters of the King, served on the
pretty lawn back of the Church of
the Good Shepherd.
Special trains on the Kahului Rail
road will be run from Kihei; Camps
1 and 3 ; Camps 5, 6 and 7, Puuneue,
aud Puunene Mill; from Pump 5, tnd
from Paia, Spreckelsville and Kahului
to the Corpus Christi festival at the
Catholic Mission a week from to
morrow, returning after the cere
monies and festivities. The time
table will be published next week.
Last week the News in the editor
ial list of caudidates runuing for
county offices placed the name ,ot C.
B. Cockett under the head of Fusion
ticket candidates. Mr. Cockett
"writes the News that he is not a
Home Ruler but a Republican and
always will be, but in this campaign
is running on an independent ticket.
A convenient shed, with an lorn roof,
covers the new wharf.
Mr9. Lepros of Honolulu is the guest
of Mrs. J. W. D. Hose.
The birthday of ,Aupnnf Havselden
was celebrated by a supper on Sunday
Miss Mac Donald and one of her
friends are expected from the Islands of
The bridge over the canal on the jail
road has been replaced by a solid drive
way and culvert.
Concrete walks, and a sidewalk in
front, improves the appearance of the
new fish market.
Louis B. Tones has returned from Ki
hei. He was born in Syracuse, N. Y.,
but has lived in the islands more than 30
Mr. and Mrs. .A. T. Atkinson, and
School Inspector Wells remained in
town for several days after the Lahaina
At the Government School Flag Day
was celebrated with appropriate exercis
es, under the direction ot l'rinci pal
Dickenson at 9 o'clock on Wednesday
Lieutenant Slattery adjusted the white
and colored glasses of the lighthouse
lantern last week. He will see Unit the
buoy is located correctly, in the path of
the colorless rays.
Fred H. Havstldon, Mrs. Vetlesen
and her children, and Miss. Rachel Hav
selden have returned from their excur
sions. JThe departure of Fred Hayselden
for his home on the large island is much
regretted bv his Lahaina friends; but
thev are glad to hear that he may soon
A luau and fair were held on the
grounds of the.Wainee Church, on Thurs
day, June 8. The tables were heautifully
lecorateel with hibiscus blossoms, un
the pulpit platform there was an attrac
tive exhibit of pictures, and fancy articles
of Hawaiian manufacture, mere was
tasteful display of flags, and a musical
programme was rendered. I lie enter
tainment was under tue direction ot pas
tors Kapu and White. '
It is understood that Acting Manager
Scriniger made a generous donation of
firework? lor the Japanese celebration
The following note, with reference to
the Lahainaluna piano, may be to in
terest: "Honolulu, March 26, 1905,
Mr. ARCHinoi.D Dons,
Dear Sir: We take great pleasure in
informing you that your school has won
the first prize the beautiful Kroeger
piano in the Bergstrom Music Com
nanv's word contest. Your school led bv
about 200 words. Forty schools partici
pated in this contest, and we have re
ceived over 1000 papers from individual
contestants. So it will be at least two
weeks before we can announce the in
dividual prizes. Thanking you and your
school for your great interest in this con
test, and trusting that you will get much
good out of the valuable instrument, we
beg to remain.
Bergstrom Music Company
Circuit Court Terms.
The June term of the Second Circuit
Court opened on Wednesday morning
with Tudge Kepoikai presiding ludge
This term will so far as the cases filed
be a very short one; in fact the shortest
calender in some years.
The grand jury went into session at
10:00 A. M. after having had their charge
read to them, and at four o'clock were
read to make a partial report. This re
port was handed 111 Ihursoay morning
and was as follow: Kuoha, charged with
burlary in the second degree, sentenced
by the district magistrate of Molokai, to
one year in jail. Nolle Pros'd and a new
indictment of the same charge brought
in. J. L. Coke for defendant, Watanabe,
held for assault and battery with knife
was indicted. Plead not guilty,
Passed on. I). H. Case lor defendant,
Oto Gontaro, charged with assault as
sault and battery upon three country
men, was indicted on the three assaults
seperately. Richardson and Crockett
were appointed his attorneys and acting
upon their advise plead guilty, bentenc
ed to one year.
In the case of Lieut Keanu, the Grand
Jury discharged him from all blame
This is the case recommended by the
last Grand Jury for investigation. It
was a case of distributing money taken
during raids on gamblers and distribut
ing it among the olhcers w ho assisted in
Judge Kepoikai disposed of the follow
lohn de Costa, violating wide tire act
T. Uemura and S. B. Harry, violating
bridge laws were continued until the
October term. J. B. Abe, assult and
battery was fined 25,00.
In the civil suit of H. R. Hitchcock
action on contract, Castle and Withing
ton and I. L. Coke for delendent, it was
continued to October term.
L. G. Aiona vs. J. M. Kalio; W. T
Robinson, Tax Assessor vs. S. Ahmi
Tom See Ahmi, and S. Ahmi, adminis
trator estate of Ah Chew; Assumpits,
D. H. Case for plantiff and J. L. Coke
Marie Correa vs L. M. Baldwin et
Trespass, J. M. Vivas for plaintiff and
T. L. Coke for defendant were with
drawn from the jury waived cases and
will be heard at chambers.
James Kirkland, the affable manager
of the Kahului Store ot the Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co., will retire on
July I. Mr. Kirkland has beea with the
II. C. & S. Co., for six years and in thut
time he made a host of friends both
socially and in a business way who regre
to see him leave the islands.
Mr. Kirkland has not yet fully decid
ed oil the future, but will leave shortly
for the coast. Mr. Wren will succeed
Mr. Kirkland as manager.
" That fellow JJlinkins is a ver
presumptuous young man. What
was ha doing when I entered the
parlor?" "He was just giving m
a lesson in jiu-jitsu, napa." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, July 1, 1905, at 12
'clock noon, at the front entrance to
the office of the Snb-Agent of Public
Lands, Kahului, Maui, will be sold at
public auction :
Government Remnants in Kanaio,
Lot No. 1, area 16.70 acres.
Lot No. 2, area 5.64 acres.
To be sold as one lot, total area
22.34 acres, classed as grazing land.
Upset price, $67.00. Terms : Cash
S. gold coin.
For plans and further particulars,
pply at Department of Public Lands,
Honolulu, or at office of Sub-Agent.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, May 31. 1905.
June 17, 24. July 1.
W ATE it NOTICE.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending December
31, 1905, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Jvahului
Water works, on the 1st day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August!.), 1905, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office ot
the Water Works 111 the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. June 17, 1905.
June 17, 24. July 1.
BOARD OF REGISTRATION.
Notice is hereby given that the
BOARD OP REGISTRATION
for the ISLANDS OP MAUI,
MOLOKAI, LANAI, and KA
HOOLAWE will sit on ELEC
TION DAY, TUESDAY, JUNE
20, in COURT HOUSE at WAI
LUKU, from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
SAML. E. KAIUE,
June 14, 1905. It
PAPA HOOPAA INOA.
E noho ana ka PAPA HOOPAA
INOA o na Mokupuni o MaUI,
MOLOKAI. LANAI ame KAHO
OLAWE, ma ka HALE HOOKO
LOKOLO O WAILUKU, ma ka la
KOHO BALOTA. POALUA IU-
NE la 20. mai ka hora 8 A. M.
hiki i ka hora .5 P. M.
SAML. E. KAIUE,
June 14. 1905. It
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mr. J. P. Cooke is spending a few day
Miss Irene Crook leaves Saturday for
an extended trip to the coast.
Dr. Dinegar and family will leave
shortly for a two or three months vaca
tion in the states.
Mrs. T. E. Roberts came up from Ho
nolulu Wednesday and is spending the
week on Maui.
Mr. Van Winkle of San Francisco,
visiting some ot the Maui plantations
The Kahului Tennis Club will give
dance Saturday night at Kahului.
platform will be built over the court tor
H. P. Baldwin's new automobile came
un list week ami nas neen triett on some
of the Maui roads the past few day
proving very satisfactory, It is a 25
horse power White Machine.
Puunene Mill is slacking down; only
one mill being run as a good many of
the cutters have been transferred to tile
planting field. The crop will be oft
about the first or second week in July.
A new up to date barley mill is in the
course of construction at Puunene. It
is th intention of the management to
get barley litre from the coast in whole
sale quantities and have it ground in the
new mill thereby saving a good deal in
freight aud also getting a better grade of
In spite of the heavy showers last
Saturday evening the concert given at
Mauuaolu beuiinary was well attended.
The teachers and scholars deserve a great
deal of credit for the good work they
have done in the past year especially tUe
musical part of their education. Miss
Sheffield favored the audiance with a few
selections and was encored again aud
again. Mr. Baldwin presented the diplomas..
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished and services rendered in the
period commencing July I, 1904 and
ending June 30, 1905, must be in my of
fice properly certified, if on the Island
of Oahu by July 10, 1905, if on the other
islands by July 15, 1905. .
C, M. WHITE,
Department of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., May 31, 1905.
June 3, io, 17, 24.
The Governor directs that notice be
given of the following Polling Places
and Inspectors of Election for the County
Election to be held June aoth, 1905 for
the election of County Officers.
The first named Inspector in each Pre
cinct acts as Chairman.
Third Representative District
ISLAND OF MAUI, MOLOKAI, LA
NAI, AND KAHOOLAWE.
2nd Precinct. Polling Place, Pukoo
Court House. Inspectors: Rev. D. Kaai,
A. T. Bannister, and John Kamai.
3rd Precinct. Polling Place, Circuit
Court House at Lahaiua. Inspectors:
John E. Gannon, Ed. waiaholo, and w.
4th Precinct. Polling Place, Honoka
hau School House. Inspectors; J. Dow,
D. Kapaku, and Lukela Kalama.
5th Precinct. Polling Place, Kaha-
lepalaoa Store House. Inspectors: Chas,
Gay, S. Kahoohalahala, and M. Keala
kaa. 6th Precinct. Polling Place, Circuit
Court House at Wailuku. Inspectors:
K. Kahookele, W. R. Boote, and R
7th Precinct. Polling Place, Sugar
Room at Puunene Mill. Inspectors. T.
A. Lloyd, C. L. Kookoo, and Geo. L,
8th Precinct. Polling Place, Hospital
Building at Kihei. Inspectors: C. G.
Hofgaard, S. Kuula, and W. A. Sparkes
9th Precinct. Polling Place, Kealahou
School House. Inspectors: J. N. Ka-
piioho, David Morton, and Manuel
10th Precinct. Polling Place, llama
kuapoko Mill. Inspectors: W. S. Nicoll,
J. H. Nui, and Chas. Molteno.
nth. Precinct. Polling Place, Huelo
School House. Inspectors: W. F. Pogue
J. Vincent, aud D. N. Opunui.
1 2th Precinct. Polling Place, Keane
School House. Inspectors. Chas. Haui,
D. W. Napihaa, and J. W. Halemano,
13th Precinct. Polling Place, Hana
Court House. Inspectors; F. B. Rose-
crans, B. K. Kaiwiaea, and J. II. S. Ka-
14th Precinct. Polling Place, Kipa
hulu Schgol House. Inspectors; A
Gross, J. Halualani, and G. W. Kau
hane. 15th Precinct. Polling Place, Honu
aula Court House. Inspectors: G. K
Kunukau, Ed. wilcox, and S. W. K.
1 6th Precinct. Polling Place, Kauna
kakai School House. Inspectors: H.
Robertson, J. N. Uahinui, and Otto S.
17th Precinct. Polling Place, Halawa
School House. Inspectors: S. K. Kaa
lihikaua, S. K. Kaai, and A. K. Lau
niauna. 18th Precinct. Polling place Waihee
School House. Inspectors: J. Witte
ford, H. M. Coke, and G. Wainui.
19th Precinct. Polling Place, Nahiku
School House. Inspectors: Jos. K. Ma
wae, H. H. Kauihou, and J. KaiwS.
20th Precinct. Polling Place, Kaupo
School House. Inspectors: J. B. K. Ka
mai, Antone Vierra, Jr., aud J. K. Keau
puni. A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Per C. R. Buckland.
Executive Building, Honolulu, May 31st,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby uiven that the
undersigned was on the 5th day of
June, A. D. TJ05 duly appointed
Administrator of the estate of Auuie
Mi:ier, Ute of Makawao, Alaui, de-
si ceased, by order of ttie Honorable A.
N. Kepoikai, Judye of the Circuit
Court of th Second Judicial Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
Therefore, ail creditors of soid
estate and said deceased are uotitied
hereby to present their claim, duly
authenticated, with tne iio;er vou
chers, if any exist, even if the claim
is secured bv mortgage tuor. real
estate 10 the undersigned ul his la
office at Wailuku, i-dnd of Maui, T.
H., withiu six months from the oat-
of thi notice: said Odle beiii" ihfr
first publication of this noiij?; other
wise such claims if any, will tie forever
Dated'at Wailuku, Maui, June 9th,
JAMLS l. coke,
Administrator of the estate of Anni
Miner, late o' Mawawuo, Muui,
June 10-17-24. Juy 1.
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