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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hnn.A M. Ki'polknl. Circuit JuiIkb, WnlluRU
Kilmund H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit t!onrt. Wnlluku
Judge W. A. McKay L)lat. MaglRlrale, Wuiluku
" J. Rocnrd " " I.nhiilun
" Chits. Copp, " " Mako
Kunukau, " ' Honuatila
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahuln
" MoCorrtHton " " Molokal
" Kahoohalanala, " 1 I. anal
W. T. Kobluson, Tal Ainenror Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Depnty Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavarea Pnla
O. Punn, " " Lahnlna
M. H. Renter, " " liana
Wm. Hennln?, Sniwrvlaor, Chairman Lurmina
W. H. Cornwell,'
T. M. Church,
J. II. Hnlualnni
T. T. Meyera,
D. H. Case,
I,. M. Haluwln,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Clark, Doputy Slierld
C. R. Llmlxay, " "
Kdpar Morton, " "
F. Wlttrock, " "
J. H. M a hoe, "
Sheriffs Clork Wailuku
Tlie crop of sugar of the Pioneer
Mill will reach well toward 2fi,000
The next meeting of the Board of
Supervisors Is slated for August 1st
A ratification Democratic-Home
Rule luau was held at Waihee, Tues
day, P. M.
It is believed now that work will
commence on the new Wailuku Sugar
Co's mill early in October.
Fifty leghorn pullets from excellent
laying stock are offered for sale.
See classified for sale adv. on pege 6.
A fjarty of six school teachers from
Honolulu and Hawaii took in Iao
Valley and canyons Tuesday.
A tennis court has been built in
Rev. Ault's yard adjourning the
All citizens desiring daywork road
building can obtain the same by ap
plying to J. Duggan of Wilson and
Duggan at the Maui Hotel.
The divorced wife of a former At
torney General of Hawaii is now a
chorus girl with the Kolb & Dill com
panv at the Marquam t.heate: , Port
The streets of Waihku have been
unusually lively the last week. Main
land visitors as well as island people
taking in the sights of Maui is the
cause of the activity.
All porsous having accounts due
from the County will have to have the
same acknowledged before a notary
public or the clerk of the court before
presenting to the auditor.
C. W. Ashford has filed an apDeal
to the Supreme court in the case of
W. R. Kahaer)kekoi vs. the Wailuku
Sugar Company, in which Judge
Lindsay granted a nonsuit.
Lahaina can boast of the bet
equipped Third Class Post Office in
the islands. Postmaster Waal is just
ly proud of the new 135 lock boxes
which are modern in every respect.
Dr. W. O. Aiken announces that
from July 31st he will be at the
Puunene Club House the first part
of the week and at the Custom
House the latter part of the week.
All persons whose names appear in
the list of entries for the tennis tour
nament to be held at Sunnyside
August 12 and will be unable to join
in the tournament will please com
municate with J. N. S. Williams
chairman of the tennis committee at
the earliest possible date.
The attention of the readers of the
News is called to the mid summer an
noucement of the Kahului Store in
this issue. To reduce the enormous
stock of shoes and hats prior to
taking inventory the Kahului store
proposes to permit the purhasiug
public of Maui to get a 6upply of
Bhoes and hats at bedrock prices
' which compare favorably with the
coast and which would, considering
qualities, be hard to duplicate on the
Pearson & Potter Sell Out.
LAHAINA LIN liS.
Miss A. 7.. Haclley is visiting friends in
Mr. Seong lias returned from a business
Mrs. Green of Honolulu is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Hose.
Miss Payne, of the Ilalenknla Ranch, is
at the teacher's cottage.
The father of Mt-s. Dr. Molony died in
California, about the first of the month.
At Honokahau, while blasting was go
ing on, a large fragment of rock fell up
on the roof of the school building. Very
little damage was done.
Samuel White, having completed his
first year of study at the Honolulu High
School, is passing his vacation at home
Police Officer David K. Mookini and
Sarah Hiram were united in marriage on
Monday evening. Music and a wedding
snpper were enjoyed by the guests, after
A Japanese boy, 4 or 5 years old, while
playing around the cars Monday noon,
received a compound fracture of the leg.
His injuries were carefully attended to by
Dr. Burt at the Lahaina Hospital.
The Commencement exercises of the
Japanese School took place at the Japan
ese Mission Church, under the direction
of Pastor S. Fujii on Wedneseday even
ing. The program was quite entertain
ing. Mr. Dickenson has been superintend
ing the erection of very convenient
school buildings at Honokahau and Ka
hakuloa. Each of these school houses
has four rooms for the use of the teacher.
There are also 5000 gallon water tanks.
The Rev. Father Thomas sailed from Mo
lokai on July 13, and landed at Kaanapali.
From that district he came to Lahaina, as
the successor of the lamented Father Oli
ver. Last Sunday the new priest com
menced his pastoral work at Maria Lana
kili Church. For eight years Father
Thomas has been in charge of churches
on the Island of Molokai, outside of the
Lepper Settlement. He is a native ef
Belgium; as were also his predecessors,
Father Julian and Oliver.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
HONOLULU July 17. The J. A. M.
Johnson Company, Ltd. , has aquired the
entire business of Pearson & Potter, Ltd.,
and moved into the latter's place of busi
' ness on Fort street. The old name of
Peason & Potter will be erased and that
of JoUuson Company substituted.
The Johnson Company will continue
the Pearson-Potter line of goods, com
prising the Globe-Wernecke Co. natures,
Diebold safes, Parcell safes, Underwood
typewriters, the Standard Scale and Sup
ply Company's fixtures, fireproofing me
tal furniture. The Johnson company
will continue wltn its old lines, couipris
ine the Standard adding machine, Na
tio-jal cash register, loose-leaf ledgers
and general paper stock, and the Metro
politan Meat Company's locally tanned
The J. A. M. Johnson Company has
secured the contract tor furnishing the
new Archives building with doors for the
W, E. Smith of Kahului has taken a
position in Kahului Store.
, Mr. V. L. Boeck is at work again and
with his family has moved to the beach
house at Camp I.
Work has been legun on a new house
at Puunene. Wren Wescoatt is to be the
Mr. W. P. L. Butt and family of ruu
nene are spending a few weeks at the
mountain house at Makawao.
Mr. H. P. Baldwin and family and Mr.
F. F. Baldwin and family are spending a
few weeks at Maluhia.
Everyone is practicing for the tennis
tournament and some lively games may
be expected on Aug. 12th. The tourna
ment is to be played at Sunnyside begin
ning at 9 a. m.
Mr. J. N. S. Williams and family left
by the Mauna Loa Thursday evening for
Honolulu. Miss Mist who has been visit
ing Mrs. Williams at Puunene went to
Makawao Thursday to visit friends.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Dora von
Teuipsky invited a number of her friends
to tennis at Puumalei after which a high
tea was served.
Quite a number were present and dur
ing the evening dancing and social con
verse were engaged in till midnight.
The Honolulu sextet were engaged for
the occasion and furnished their usual
good music. During the evening there
were several songs which were tnucji ap
preciated by the guests.
Mrs. von Teuipsky is a charming hos
tess and it goes without saying that every
one was delightfully entertained.
An unusually large crowd was in at'
tendence at the Harvest Home Dance
last Saturday evening, nearly all those
invited responding to the invitations.
The larne sugar room in the Mil I was
beautiful decorated with ferns, palm
leavesand flags and brilliantly lllu initiated
with colored incandescent lights. At one
end of the dancing floor was the Ladies
and Gcntlemens dressing rooms and at
the other the refreshment room.
At about 8.30 the grand m arch was an
nounced which started the evenings
festivities. The floor was in splendid
condition and thtr music the best we have
had on Maui for some time.
A score of waiters under the direction
of Mr. MayCeld served those who wished
refreshments any time during the even
All the ladies looked very charming
and there wire some elegant evening
growns worn. Being Saturday the pro-
gram was not all danced but there is no
doubt that all those who attended
thoroughly enjoyed themselves and that
this was one of the best Harvest Home
Dances ever given at Puunene.
J. Duggan of Wilson and Duggan, the
road builders, is on Maui.
Miss Agnes Buchanan is visiting her
sister Mrs. W. H. Cornwell.;
Mrs. J. L. Osmer and child returned
from a visit to Hilo last evening.
Chester A. Doyle was a passenger from
Kau per S. S. Mauna Loa.
N. Olsted, postmaster at Hana, was a
visitor at the county seat this week.
Bank Examiner J. Castle Ridgway of
Hilo arrived in Wailuku Thursday even
ing. Frank Sommerfeld has accepted a po
sition as Superintendent for Wilson and
W. E. Shaw representing E. O. Hall &
Son, notifies his patrons that he arrived
on Maui on the 18th inst.
Willie Roth of Honolulu was a passen
gerto Hilo bytheKinau to join the party
of Stanford young ladies.
Noah Aluli who has just graduated
from a special course at Yale returned
home by the Kinau.
W. H. Crozier, wife and two children of
Lahaina visiled in Wailuku Monday and
Tuesday of this week.
C. M. Lovestad representing the Gregg
Co. Ltd. of Newburgh N. Y. arrived by
Dan Conway of the dry goods depart
ment of Theo, H. Davis & Co. is calling
on tne Maui trade.
J. -N- S. Williams was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Mauna Loa Thursday
evening. He will return by the Kinau.
Mrs. Henry, Miss Henry, Miss Hearne,
Miss Arques and Miss Ogier, left for the
Volcano by the S. S. Kinau Tuesday evening.
Charles Notley, Home Rule Nominee
as Delegate to Washington wasa visitor
to the county seat of Maui County Wednesday.
French Consul Senor Vizzavona, paid
Wailuku and Maui an official visit last
week, arriving from Hawaii per S. S.
Senor Antione Vizzavona who has been
French Consul to Hawaii for the last six
teen years auticipatesa visitto the Father
land next month.
Senator J. M. Dowsett, who has been
visiting with his sister, Mrs. D. von
Teuipsky, returned to Honolulu Thurs
day evening per Mauna Loa.
F. M. Bechtel, Immigration Inspector
in charge of the Immigration office, Ho
nolulu, and his interpreter Lu Joe, ar
rived in Wailuku Wednesday P. M. from
W. O. Smith and A. Lewis Jr. of the
firm of Smith and Lewis Attorneys at
Law, Honolulu, arrived on Maui per
S. S. Kinau.
J. W. Springston representing L. M.
Whitehouse is in Wailuku on business
connected with Mr. Whitchouse's con
tracts for road building.
Georire Williams, tax assesor for the
island of Hawaii paid Wailuku a flying
visit late Saturday coining to Maala-
ea Bay on the Mauna Loa and taking
the S. S.Maui from Kahului to Hilo.
Letters received in Honolulu from Miss
Hoare state that Mr. Hoare, the late ex
British Consul, died from a blood vessel
bursting in the brain. Miss Hoare will
live in Bornemouth, England, for the
Death of Mrs. Edgar Morton.
Upper Makawao was much grieved
Saturday to learn of the death of Mrs. E.
Morton, wife of Deputy Sheriff Morton.
Mrs. Morton while not exactly an invalid
has not had her usual good health for the
last six months, and within the last week
the ailment took a turn to the worse,
terminating in her death Saturday.
Mrs. Morton leaves a bereaved husband
and three boys to mourn her death.
Death of Mrs. Beckwlth.
The news of ths sad death of Mrs. Caro
line P. Beckwith Monday was a severe
blow to her hosts of friends on Maui.
While Mrs. Beckwith has been an in
valid for some time, she had only been
ailing about a week and it was hoped that
she might be spared to her friends for
some time to come.
Mrs. Beckwith with her husband came
to the islands many years ago, and made
Honolulu their home during the time
Dr. Beckwith filled the pulpit of the Cen
tral Union Church. Dr. Beckwith's
health compelled their moving to Maui
and the Makawao district has since been
Mrs. Beckwith leaves her husband, the
Rev. Dr. Beckwith and a daughter, Mrs.
J. I. Hare to mourn their loss. The fu
neral service took place Tuesday from
Mrs. Hare's home in Hamakuapoko and
the remains were interred in Makawao
Entertained With Card Party.
WE SHALL TAKE
To reduce the enormous quantity we now have.
Miss Katharau Hearne, Miss Bessie
Henry, Miss Arques and Miss Ogier
former Stanford students who are tour
ing the islands, chaperoned by Mrs. Henry
were entertained at cards by Mr. and Mrs.
Peuhallow at their heme last Monday
Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Wells, Messrs II. B. Weller, T. A
Lloyd, Ferdinand Hons, E. Keeney, Net
son Lansing, Ward Wells, and Fred
The game of five hundred was played
until nearly eleven o'clock when light
refreshments were served.
WE WILL SELL GOODS AT
THAN HAVE EVER BEEN OFFERED ON MAUL
Commencing MONDAY the 24 th inst., and for TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY. STUDY THE PRICES.
Gent's Patent Leather Kid Oxfords, Lace or Button, $4.50 now $3.25
Formerly Now Formerly Now
Vici Oxford, heavy sole $1.00 $3.50 Smoked horse hide Bluchers 14.00 $3.00
" " medium" 3 50 2.75 Tan Blucher lace 4.50 4.00
" " Blucher 3.50 2.85 " Oxford 4.00 3.50
Balmoral 3.75 3.15 " " " Special 3.50 3.00
lace 3.50 2.75 " la.c welt sole 4.50 4.00
" " welt sole 4.50 4.25 Chocolate Blucher 4.00 2.70
" Blucher 4.00 , 3.75 Undressed Oxford kid 3.50 2.50
" lace light sole 4.50 3.25 Congress, plain toe 1.75 1.25
Plow-Buckle 1.50 1.05 Lace, " " 2.00 . 1.55
Patrol " very heavy 1.75 1.35 Congress walking, plain toe 2.50 2:05
Lace Blucher heavy 2.00 1.55 " R. R. " " 1-50 1.15
" welt sole 4.00 2.95 Tan kid lace, vest top 2.00 1.25
White canvas lace or gaiter 2.00 1.50
Vici Cuban heel
Oxford, cloth top french heel 2.50
1 strap beailetl front Z.IA)
" " " med. heel 2.50
Patent leather 3 strap 3.00
" french heel 3.00
Vice Oxford french heel
" " " " vest (op 3.00
Patent Kid, crown tie, Cuban heel 2.75
Patent leather, Cuban heel, walking 2.75
White canvas Oxfords 1.50
. And a lot of Ladies' Lace Boots that space does not permit us to enumerate, but the
prices on which are all bargains. .
Also a largo variety of house and street Slippers at prices which defy competition.
We havo not forgotten the little ones, and have made it cheaper for them to wear
shoes than to go barefooted and stub their little toes.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Our cntiro stock of Gent's Hats are offered without reserve at extremely, low prices.
1 lot assorted straws ' $1.25 each
1 " Creme Cotton Hats imitation Pa
1 " Fedora Colored straw .75 "
1 lot New style, high crown, stiff brim
straws $2.00 each
1 " Fancy high crown, stiff brim straws .75 "
1 " " fedora's soft brim .110 "
Black Cowboy felt hats .90 each 1 lot
Gray " " " .50 " 1 "
Military " " I .75 " 1 "
Black fedora " " best quality 2.50 " 1 "
Gray " " " " " 1.75 " 1 "
Pearl fedora felt hats best quality $2.25 each
" " " 1 75 "
Drab " " .85 "
Black soft " 1.05 "
Brown " " 1.05 "
Engineer R. B. caps $.25 each 1 lot
Travelling caps .25 "
Childrens Tarn O'Shanter's $.25 each 1 lot
" White Sailor canvas .50 " 1 "
" Brown " " .50 " 1 "
" Sailor hats .20 '
Childrens Sailor hats
And hundreds of others to suit all purses and purchasers. Come early and tako your
pick. For the convenience of intending purchasers we will untill further notice keep
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings untill 9 O'clock . . .
Wo havo tho most complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, Furnishings, Crockery
and Drugs of auy store on the island.