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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1905
GRAND JURY'S REPORT.
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conduct unbecoming nil officer.
We would respectfully recommend
that the clerk of this Grand Jurry, J. 15.
Gannon, Ksq., be paid five dollars,
5.00) per day, in addition to his per
diem as a Grand Juror, for his services
as clerk of this body.
We respectfully thank this Honorable
Court and its officers for the courtesies
xtended to us during this term, and we
xtend a vote of thanks to William II.
Heen, Hsq., Deputy Attorney General,
for the thorough manner in which he
tins represented, all matters before this
Geo. O. Cooper,
J. K. Gannon,
Hated at Wailuku, Maui, June 22nd 1905.
i Golden Gate Flour
Is famous for 'quality, proverbial for purity and
housewives the world over are loud in its rs:
& Co., j
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whisykies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This brand indicates home
.., S?' production, quality, satisfaction.
1ace leaner shearlings, valve
Tnv jeamer, sneep sKins, etc etc.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
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Box 504. HONOLULU, T. n.
, Telephone Main 113.
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IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
?f lii'imr it if lln. vitrl.4 clu-n
GENERAL BLACKSIYUTHING HORSE SHOEING. 1
When you want your carriage repaired lo lapt
bring it to (ho right pIiod.
DAN. T. CAREY
Alain St. near Market,
Wailuku, Maui g
New floods ! New floods ! New floods !
MAUI DRV GOODS & GROCERY CO. LTD
Just Arrived from Sup Francisco Fresh Line of
Ladies' Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Etc.
Pleaso give us a call cs wo feci sure wc can satisfy your wants.
(Business still clone at the old stand.
Presiding Judge Kepoikai called the
attention of the Jury to the clause relat
ing to the police department, saying that
such matters were out of the jurisdiction
of his court ujtil an indictment had been
found or a direct charge brought which
would necessitate a trial and recommend
ed the foreman to call the attention of
the sheriff to that particular clause. lie
thanked the jury for their faithful attcn
tion to their duties and discharged them
for the term.
The case of Takeshi Fujikawa ys the
Wailuku Sugar Co., which was to have
come up Wednesday was continued to the
uctober term. Manager Wells was un
able to attend court.
Tai Sintr and Ah Mat. burularv in the
first degree, continued from March term.
J. L. Coke for defendants. After the
prosecution had finished its argument
the Judge closed the case by instruct
ing the jury to bring in a verdict of not
Aiona who was arrested for Assault and
Batter- and appealed from the decision
of the district Judge of Lahaiua failed to
put for an appearance when his case was
called, and the fine of 15.00 and costs
mposed by the lower court was sustained.
Kuolia cliarireu witli burn arv 111 the
second degree and Watanabc charged
with assault and battery, the former an
appeal case was nolle pros'd and he was
reindicted by the Grand Jurv with
Larceny in Second Decree, were both
sentenced Friday morning by Judfe Ke
poikai, the former getting one month
and the latter sixty days at hard labor.
1 lie judge took into consideration that
the prisoner Watanabc had been in jail
since March 1.
S. K. Kaailnie, a minister from Haua.
who was indicted for emblezzlement by
the Grand Jury was fined 550.00
i. l'. Js.aino the policeman who the
Grand Jury demanded discharged has
been asked to forfeit his commission and
badge of office by sheriff Baldwin.
For Rale, for rent, lost, found, situations or
help wnntoil iMlYortlscmcmi win ue inwusn
oil iimlor tills liciuUni; lit the following
rates: H conts n line HrRl Issue, Ilvoccnts n
lino second Issue and tlircO cents a lino each
RUcccedlnR Issue Sovrn words to constitute
a lino nine lines n Inch Ilrokcn linos to
count ns full linos.
.Tunc 19 Schooner George 13. Bill
ings, Bnrkholm, 53 day? from New
castle lilOO tons coal for Kaliului R.
Jure 22 S. S. Maui, Parker from
Juno 2t S. S Maui, Parker fiom
June 22 S. S. Maui, Parker for
June. 21-S S. Maui, Parker for
The Schooner Olga, Wnldwich
Tacoma on June 5 for Kahului.
Pers tmr. Maul, June 21, Maui oorts:
Paul E in. Rachel Elia, u. II. Case,
Mrs. Naukaiu, T. Awana, Miss
Hocking Miss G. Colburn, Miss
Palhemus, J. A. Medeiros, II. C
Ovenden, M. C. Picano, Frcida Holl
inc. Misses Pepelowski, D. J. Flcm
ing. Master M. Schmidt, Hattie
Kulino. Lizzie Kalino. Helen Gilhus,
Helen Copp, Rebecca Copp, Tiehe
Riedel. Miss J. Hansen. Miss Sch
midt. Miss Oness, Miss Nancy Dan
iels, Miss R. C. Peck, Reba Hana
maikai. Charles Copp, Jr. wife and
six children S. E. Kalama.
Per stmr. Likelike, June 10, for
Molokni norts:. Mrs. George Lucas
and 2 children, Miss Milla Dunn,
Georne Brash. Henry Brash, T
Keiviir. J. D. McVeigh, Miss Mar-
ftzaret Anahu. Miss Wlntfortl, Miss
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Miss Hthel Smith leaves Saturday
spend a lew wccks 1:1 Honolulu.
Miss Nancy Daniels came 1111 Wednes
day to spend her summer vacation on
Mr. Searby and family will leave Ho
uolulu for a trip to the states on the
Korea July 4th.
'Miss Sheffield is acting as matron of
Maunaolu Seminary dunne the absence
of the present matron.
The Misses Eva and Nellie Smith are
spending a few days with Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams of Puunene.
David J. PlemiiiK representing the
Bowers Rubber Co. of San Francisco is
making the tour of Maui.
Miss l'olhcmus of San Francisco came
up on the Maui Wednesday to take a
position as nurse at the Puun ene Hospital.
There were very few Home Rule-
Democratic ballots cast at Fuunene
Tuesday; nearly everything was straight
W. G. Taylor who has been identified
with the plantation interests of Hawaii
and Oahu is visiting Maui and may pos
sibly locate permanently.
The Japanese laborers of the H. C. &
S. Co. were given Monday and Tuesday
to celebrate the close of the war. Many
painouc speecues were made and a
theatrical performance given Monday
Miss Whitford, principal of the busi
ness department of the Honolulu Public
Schools, accompanied by Miss Doctor
Meyers, is visitmcr Maurs natural beautv
spots. They will remain about ten days
when Miss Whitford will leave for Ha-
waii and Kilauea and Doctor Meyers for
Honolulu. They ore making their head
quarters wmie 111 Wailuku at the Settle'
The dance given by the Kahului Ten
nis viuu jasi oaiuruay evening was one
ot the biggest social events of the season
The grounds were beautifully illuminat
ed with Chinese lanterns and electric
liglits and Uags.of all nations were sus
pumicu irum ue trees. 111c lloor was
excellent and the music good and al-
togeiiier it was one ot the prettiest
dances that has taken place on Maui for
some time. Refreshments were served at
a grass booth in the grounds which added
greatly to the tropical appearance of the
scene. It was long after mid-night when
the last guests left for their homes.
Several of the Fuunene boys accom
pained py some trom Kiliei started out
for Kalioolawe last Saturday evening in
a gasoline launch bent on a goat hunt,
Just before rcachine; the laudim? place
the engine got out of order and the boys
were uuugeii to iow ner asnore. The
boys were well entertained with a luau
and had a good day's hunt. On starting
011 their return' trip the party divided
some getting in the Kalioolawe launch
which towed th eir owu launch towards
Kihei. 'That launch also got outof order
aud tuey were obliged to put up sail, and
i-iiMing meir own uoai auriit. Hie Ka
hoolawe launch reached Kihei while the
snmllcr boat put in at Makena and the
lKys reached Fuunene none the worse
for their numerous experiences.
J. A. Tompson, was a passenger by the
Attorney Liirhtfoot arrived on Maui
per the Kinau to attend court.
Senator Kalama returned home by the
S. S, Maui.
Countv Attorney Case returned home
Charles Copp Jr. and family arrived by
the Wednesday ferry.
H. C. Ovenden was a Maui passenger
D. J. Fleming was a passenger to Maui
by the ferry Wednesday.
The Misses Feolowski who have been
attendimr school at Honolulu returned
by the Maui.
Mrs. David Taylor and daughter were
passengers per Kinau.
Chris Conradt was a lunau passenger
to Lahaiua en route to Kalioolawe.
C. A. McDonald of Lahainaluna, was q
returning passenger per Kinau
Mrs. T. K. Kalama and child were
Mrs. T. Dow. and child and Miss E
Dow were passengers per S. S. Kinau.
Father Charles was a visitor to Wai
Auditor General J. H. Fisher arrived 111
Wailuku Thursday noon from Lahaiua,
and departs for Honolulu to-day.
Miss Grace Colburn of Honolulu
stopping at the Wailuku Hotel.
Father Oliver who was takeu suddenly
ill at Lahaiua, arrived in Wailuku
Wednesday and is in Maulalani Hospital
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
All persons are hereby warned not
to purchase or negotiate a certain
instrument dated on or about Juno
19, 1905, behoved to name a consider
ation of One Hundred and Fift
Dollars, payable, or claimed to bo
payable, to the order of one J. M
Vivas, and signed by H. Enos and W,
M. Sylva. Should such an instru
ment be presented to the undersign
ed payment will be refused.
tf W. M. SYLVA.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 188G
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
aro hereby notified that the wate
rates for the term ending December
31, 1905, will bo duo and payable at
the oflico of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of July
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they uro duo will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon winch rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1905, (30
days after becoming delinquent), aro
liable to suspension without further
Rates aro payable at the olllco of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court Houso Building.
W, E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Knhulu
Wailuku, Juno 17, 1905.
Juno 17, 21. July 1.
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DR. JOHN GODDARD in charge.
Miinuftic(iir!t 11 ml
Threatened to Riot.
A crowd of Porto Ricans working on
the road oyer at Honohia became dis
satisfied over some trivial matter on
Thursday afternoon and evening and
threatened to not only create a riot, but
some of the leaders wanted to use their
knives. They finally formed a small
mob and went en mass towards manager
Searle's house, but learning that Mr.
Searle and his assistants were waiting
for them with arms which would reach
further than knives, ceased their demon
strations and returned to their camp.
Friday morning everything was quiet.
Market Street, Wailuku
There will be a grand ball under the
auspices cf the members of Aloha Lodge
Knights of Pythias, at K. of P. Hall,
Wailuku, on the evening of July 3rd.
Arrangements will be complete and a
grand good time is insured to all who
Invitations will be issued in due time
and any friends of the order who may
happen to be overlooked in the matter of
invitation, will confer a favor on the
committee by notifying them, as invita
tions must be presented at the door.
The following committees have been
appointed and the personnel of same ,will
be a guarantee of the success of the ball.
R. A. Wadsworth Frank Sonimcrfcld
E. M, Keeney D. L. Meyer
W. L. Decoto C. D. Lufkin
Mr. and Mrs, W. A. McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Atilt.
. Mr. and Mr. II. Streuback.
C D. Lufkin.
D. C. Lindsay.
E. C. Campbell.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
Passed Up to M. R. A.
Editor Maui Nnws.
Possessing the knowledge of the past
eighteen years of the fair dealing of the
Maui Racing Association has won towards
the public, I venture to ask, why the
centleuiens' driviiur race was made two
111 three? Having received tlie infor
matiou that such races are geiicrallyv
made a one mile dash. Doubtless it was
overlooked by the ofiiceis.
Leon M. D.
Office of tho Assistant to tho Inspec
tor of tho Twelfth Light-House
District, 35 Alexander Young
Houolulu, T. H., Juue 15, 1905.
Notice To Maiuneiis KATANiruAO
Rooic, Kauai Island Hawaii.
Kalanipuao Rock Buoy, a red and
black horizontally striped first-class
can, will, be established about Juno
23, to mark Kalanipuao Rock, on
which tho steam schooner Pelce was
wrecked, off tho southerly coast of
By order of tho Light-House Board,
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant-Commander, U. S. Navy,
Assistant to the Inspector of the
Twelfth Light-House District.
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