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SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
THE MAUI NEWS-
Edmund H.Hart. C'icrk Circuit Court
judge W. A. MoKar Dist. MaRtHtrate
Dnn A ST t. n II , I PI I i tJAa
" Chas. Copp, " "
" Kunukau, " '
" J. Kalama,
" Pltmanu, " "
" MoCorrlsion " "
li. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Saffery, D3puty Sheriff
C. R. Lindsay " "
Edgar Morton, " "
F. Wlttrock, " '
Isaac Cockett, "
H. Iwiena, " "
H. 2.. Kaipo, " "
J. Waiamau, ' '
W. T. Robinson, Ti Awior
J, N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Tavares
O. Punn, "
M. H. Reuter, " "
There is an epidemic of colds
going the rounds of Maui.
The First National Bank will close
today at 1 p. m. and open again from
7 to 8 p. rn.
Fourteen thousand skules were
caught July 3 at the Judge Kepoi
kai's Fishery Kahului. '
Don't toret the races at Spree
kels Park, Kalalui on August 12.
It is admission day a holiday.
The Territorial Treasurer has a
notice in this issue on the rules and
regulations in re liquor seals.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Maui Wine and Liquor Co. wiil be
held on Wednesday evening, July 10.
The officers of the Koolau Rub
ber Co. who will serve during the
ensuing year is published in this
The Haiku Fruit and Packing
Co., started operations in their
candery on this year's crop on the
S. E. Lucas, the Parisian optician,
is in town for a few days and will be
pleased to see anyone requiring his
By the str. Maui today the Wailu
ku Fruit Market will receive a full
supply of the season's California
fruits, vegetables and other delica
cies. County Clerk Kaae has a By Au
thority notice in this is-ue showing
the appropriations ch madeby the
Board of Supervisors for the six
months ending December 31st, 1905.
The harvest this year of the Puu
nene Mill is 44,000 tons of sugar in
cluding Kih. I. This is believed to
bt the record crop of any raw sutrar
factory either beet or fane.
The New Era FTotel, on upppr
Fort street, Honolulu, offers the best
loduiinrs in the city for the money,
and advertises a cut in the price of
tlfty per cent. See their advertise
meQf. iii this issue.
Father Julian of the Catholic Mission
of Wailuku desires to thank all per
sons who showed their sympathy in
the loss of the Rev. Father Oliver,
tend who attenced the last honors
given the deceased.
July on 2nd the Kaupakalua Wine
and Liquor Co. organized temporari
ly with the following officers : J. M.
Vivas, president; A. S. Medeiros,
secretary; A. F, Taryares, treasurer,
and R. J. Souza and Manuel Jose,
directors. The $5000 of capital stock
at $10 per share is to be offered to
Portuguese only until the end of this
month. The present stock of grapes
raised by Kaupakalua residents is
estimated will produce 10,00 gallons
Concert Wvlnee Church.
Following is the program for a concert
to be given at Wainee Church Laliaina
FIRST PART. '
a. Chorus "Hoonani" by Waiuee Choir.
3. Drill By six girls.
4. Song. "Moon light sail." by Lihau
5. Song. "Maui no ka oi." by Mololaiii
6. Song "The oars are splashing."
7. Song. "Blue bell" by Lihau glee club.
8. Solo. "Eternity." by Miss Louisa
9. Song. Nacy ma Yellow rose. Female
10. Song. "Makaui Kailialoha." By
11. Pi uo duet. "La Czarina Mazurka"
Miss Sarah White and Eniela Nuu
11 Chorus. "Kilihune Uapaupili." Wai-
, nee choir
13 Piano solo "The Princess Bonnie"
Miss Adeline Hose.
14 "Act of the islands."
15 Duet and Chorus "Romeo and Juliet."
16 Soug Baltimore
17 Chorus "Makila" by Wainee Choir.
18 Instrumental t
19 Song Good evening and good night
ao Chorus (a) -Aloha oe.'
o) "Hawaii Ponoi."
At St. Louis College Commencement,
Edward Dunn of Lahaiua took a promi
Miss A. Z. Hadley has been visiting
Mrs. Scott at Kihei.
Mrs. J. W. D. Hose is at the home of
friends in Honolulu.
Dr. Burt visits patients in Olowalu
every Monday morning.
On Monday Mr. Seong removed to
Mrs. T. J. Hayselden's cottage.
A Chinese drug store has been opened
at the corner of Main and Mill streets.
The two nurses, who were with Dr.
Miyata in this town, are on duty at the
Red Cross Society's Hopital at Osaka.
Ah Chan, a Chinese student at the Ho
nolulu High School is passing his vaca
tion in this town, where he formerly re
sided. The Ilima Base Ball Club celebrated
their recent victories by a dance and sup
per on the grounds of Mrs. Espinda last
Saturday. The flags were displayed, and
the tables were tastefully decorated.
Dr. Miyata, who formerly practised in
this town, has been promoted to the
rank of Surgeon Major in the Japanese
Army, and is now in charge of a Japanese
Military Hospital in Korea.
Father Thomas of Pukoo, Molokai, has
been temporarily appointed to take
charge of the Mission at Lahaina.
Rev. Father James, the provincial of
the Catholic Mission on the Islands,
paid Wailuku a short visit, coming
over Monday night from Kau and leav
Avon II . Crook, a former resident of
Makawao, is wow deputy County Attor
ney of Oahu County.
Mr. James Kirkland former manager
of the Kahului store and M. L. pecker
formerly of the Maui Hotel anticipate
taking in the Lewis and Clark Fair at
Frank L. Stack of the Tublic Works
department is on Maui again and will re
main for some time.
Miss Minnie Bailey was married to
Paul Bede in Honolulu, July 8.
Rev. Dr. Doremus Scudder, correspond
ing secretary of the Hawaiian Board of
Missions was a Maui visitor this week.
I. E. Gannon, storekeeper for the
Pioneer Mill Co. has resigned and ex
pects to leave Ai gust 1st for the main
land. He will probably go back to New
York or Boston. .
K. Roendahl formerly bookkeeper for
the Lahaina store, succeeds J. E. Gannon
as storekeeper for the Pioneer Mill Co.
Territorial ' Auditor J. H. Fisher re
turned to Honolulu by the Steamer
Maui Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Copeland are
domiciled with D. H. Case during Mrs.
Case's visit to the mainland.
Matt McCann and family are now do
miciled at the Kalua cottage. -
Miss Belle Weight is visiting her
brother Mr. George Weight.
Oliver Constant Bogaert.
In the death of Oliver Constant Bo-
gaert, which occured at Malulani Hospi
tal on July 1st, the Catholic Church of the
Islands lost a priest who was strong of
character, genial and was beloved by his
people wherever he was stationed and
had the respect of all people with who he
came into contact.
Father Oliver was born in Courtrai,
Belgium October 2J 1857 and became a
member of the Congregation of the
Sacred Hearts in 1878. In 1881 he was
ordained a priest and in company with
the Right Reverands Bonaventura and
Libert, the present Bishop, was sent to
the islands landing on Nov. 8 of the
Father Oliver began his labor on Maui,
thence proceeded to Kohala where he
labored for eighteen years. After two
years at Hilo he was granted a trip a-
broad to visit his parents who are still
After this six months of absence he re
turned with renewed zeal which he spent
in his new field of labor, the Lahaiua
On June 18 he complained of feeling
unwell and on the aind came over to
Wailuku and entered the Hospital where
his illness developed into typhoid and
The funeral was held at St. Anthony
Church on Monday July 3, with high
honors and the attendence was an un
usually large one. He is now at rest a-
longsidehis brother priest and companion
on the voyage to the islands in 1881,
Americans To Build Line.
PORT AU PRINCE (Hayti), June
30. The Chamber of Deputies to
day voted to an American company
a contract for the building of a rail
road from Uonaives to Iliuche.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COUNTY OP MAUI j
In accordance with the law as vested in
the Board of Supervisors in Act 39 of the
Session Laws of 1905, entitled: "An Act
Creating Counties within the Territory
of Hawaii, and Providing for the Govern
ment Thereof," the following appropria
tions were made at the regular meeting
of the said Board held July 10, 1905, by
the following resolution: "Resolved by
the Board of Supervisors of the County
of Maui, that the following sums amount
ing in the aggregate to $22,375.00 shall
be and hereby are appropriated for the
period of six months ending December
31st, in amounts and Jot the several ac
counts to be known and designated as
hereinbelow set forth, to wit:
Salary of Supervisors $1500.00
Incidentals, Supervisors 425.00
Officials Bond 250.00
Salary of Sheriff 900.00
" " Deputy Sheriff, Wailuku, 600.00
' " " Lahaina.. ..480.00
" " " " Makawao 480.00
". " " Molokai... 300.00
Sheriff's Clerk 480.00
Pay of Police, Wailuku, district...264o.oo
Support and Maintainance of Prisoners...
Incidentals Sheriff 1400.00
Salary of Hack and Sanitary Inspector...
Pay of Special police, all districts...6oo.oo
" " Police, Lahaina district 1860.00
" ' " Makawao district 1680.00
" " ' Hana district 1320.00
Molokai district 720.00
Salary of County Clerk '. 600.00
Incidentals, County Clerk 120.00
Salary of County Treasurer 750.00
Incidentals, County Treasurer 150.00
Salary of County Auditor 750.00
Incidentals, County Auditor ..150.00
Salary of County Attorney 900.00
" " Deputy County Attorney
Salary of Stenographer, County Attorney
Incidentals, County Attorney 420.00
Expenses of Witnesses 250.00
Furniture and Office Supplies 250.00
W. F. KAAE,
Wailuku, Maui, July 10th 1905.
RULES AND REGULATIONS IN
RE LIQUOR SEALS
Section 4 of Act 67 of Session Laws 1905
provides as follows:
"Section 4. The Treasurer of the Ter
ritory is hereby directed to prepare and
procure to be printed suitable adhesive
seals, which shall be numbered consecu
tively and sold for one (1) cent each, and
which shall be used only to seal original
containers of intoxicating liquor author
ized to be sold under the provisions of
this Act by licenses of the fifth class,
which seals, after being so once used
shall be duly cancelled. Sales of such
seals shall be made only to holders of li
censes of the first, second, third, or fourth
class under this Act; or to foreign liquor
dealers only upon the written order of li
censes of the fifth class, which order shall
specify the name and address of the ven
dor from whom such licensees desire to
purchase, the kind of liquor, and the
number and size of the containers ordered
and every such order shall be accom
panied with the price of the seals so or
dered. The Treasurer shall preserve a
record in his office showing the numbers
on the seals furnished on each order.
When an order is given by a license of
the fifth class, the Treasurer shall furnish
the seals desired direct to the proposed
vendor. Said Treasurer may, in his dis
cretion, authorize any Sheriff in the
Territory to self seals, and may furnish
him therewith, requiring a detailed re
port monthly of all sales made. Said Trea
surer shall prescribe such rules and regu
lations respecting the method of cancella
tion of such seals as may be necessary."
In accordance with the provisions of
the above SECTION and by virtue of the
authority therein contained, the follow
ing Rulesand Regulations are prescribed.
1. Adhesive Seals in form and size
suitable for pasting over the stoppers of
containers, the large size for containers
holding a quart and over, and the small
size for containers holding less than a
quart, can beobtained, only at this office
and will be forwarded to authorized pur
chasers upon receipt of the ourchase
a. That all users of the adhesive Seals
shall cancel the same by writing or stamp
ing on each Seal, at the time of using,
the initials of the licensees or vendor and
the date of cancellation.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. H.
July 6, 1905.
July 15, aa
A cut of
50 per cent.
The BEST LODOINGS for the
money cannot be had anywhere ex
NEW ERA HOTEL
Ou Fort st., just above Vineyard st.
MAUI WINE O LIQUOR CO., Ltd.
The regular quarterly meeting of
MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO., Ltd.
will be held at the office of the com
pany on WEDNESDAY evening,
July 19th, 1905, at 7:30 o'clock.
July 15. It
A special meeting of the Maui Publish
ing Company Ltd., will be held at the
offices of D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui, on
Tuesday, July 18, 1905, at 7.30 p. m.
PURPOSES OF MEETING.
1. To receive auditor's reports,
a. To consider the advisability of levying
D. II. CASE,
July 7, 1905. Secretary.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Mary K. Hutchison, late of Kalau
papa, Molokai, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion of Aubrose K. Hutchison, of
Kalaupapa, Molokai, husband of said
deceased, alleging that Mary K.
Hutchison, of Kalaupapa, Molokai,
died intestate at Kalaupapa, Molo
kai, on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1905, leaving property in the Hawa
iian Tslands necessary to be adminis
tered upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration issue to James C.
It is ordered lhat Monday, the
31st day of July, A. D. 1905, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wai
luku, Maui, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this or
der be published in the English lan
Kiiace for three successive weeks in
the "Maui Nkws" a newspaper in
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 27th,
By the Court:
Seal. EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
July 1, 8, 15 and 22.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ADMINISTRATION'S NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby given . that the
undersigned was on the 1st. day of
June A. D. 1905 duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate of
Henry B. Wilkins of Lahaina, Maui,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
All creditors of said Estate are
therefore hereby notified to present
their claims, duly authenticated,
with the proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage on real estate, to the
undersigned at his law office at
Lahaina, Maui, T. H., within six
months from the date of this notice;
said date being the first publication
of this notice; otherwise such claims,
if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Lahaina, Maui, June 24,
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Henry
B. Wilkins, deceased, of Lahaina,
Maui, T. H.
June 24. July 1, 8, 15.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF
THE KOOLAU RUBBER COM
Notice is hereby given that at the
election of officers of The Koolau Rubber
Company, Ltd,, held in Wailuku, Maui,
on July 8, 1905, the following were
duly elected as officers of said company
to serve until the regular annual election
to be held in January, 1896, to-wit :
James L. Coke President
W. A. McKay ..Vice-President
R. A. Wailsworth Treasurer
Hugh Howell .. Secretary
A. N. Hayselden Auditor
Chas. L. Scriuiger Director
W. L. Decoto Director
Wailuku, Maui, July 8, 1905 3t
To the County Officials
and Office Men
Do you realize the satisfaction, economy
and the advantages there are in u.ing
Globe-Wernlcke Bookcases and Files ?
Your advice that you are interested in these
lines will bring you our catalogue and full
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Look at the Man. Yes Child, he has an In
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