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THE MAUI NEWS
- - SATURDAY, JULY 2), I90j
r H LIT Flovr ji
Golden Gate Flour 2
Is famous for quality, proverbial for purity and 13
g: housewives the world over are loud in its 3:
1 II. Hackfeld & Co., 1
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Special delivery every
"TH . leather,
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Box 504. HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 113.
Wholesale Denier In
Standard Brands ov
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PAUST, A. R C LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
ISLANlJ TRADE SOLICITED
S. KIMURA, Wiiiluku, Maui,
When you want
1 GBNBRAL BLACKSM1TIIING HORSE SHOOING.
I! Main St. near Market,
New Goods ! New
MAUI DRY GOODS &
Just Arrived from San Francisco' Fresh Lino of
Ladies' Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Etc.
Please give us a call cs wo feel sure wo can satisfy 3'otir wants.
Business still done at the old stand.
This brand indicates home
production, quality satisfaction t
loro Ipilior ch pxr in ore imTP
sheep skins, etc. etc.
your carriage repaired to last e
it to tho right shop.
Goods ! New Goods !
GROCERY CO, LTD.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII )
COUNTV 01' MAUI j
111 accordance with the law' as vested in
the Hoard 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 Hoard held July 10, 1905, by
the following resolution: "Resolved hy
the Hoard of Supervisors of the County
of Maui, that the following sums amount-
mg in the aggregate to $22, 375.00 shall
hi uuil hereby are appropriated for the
iT'Otl of six months ending December
ist. 111 amounts anil for the severftt ac
Diuits to br known and designated as
iiitcmiIk low vet forth. 10 wit:
Salarj 01 Supervisors $1500.00
Itu'ideiilals, Siiju'rvisors 425.00
Urticiak Houd....' 250.00
Salary of Sheriff 9(0.00
" " Deputy Sheriff, Wniluku, 600.00
" " " " Ialiaina....4So.oo
" " " " Makawao 4S0.00
" " " " liana 4S0.00
' Molokai... 300.00
' , " Sheriff's Clerk 4S0.00
Pay of Police, Wniluku, district. ..2640.00
Support and Maintaiuance of Prisoners...
Incidentals Sheriff 1400.00
Salary of Hnck and Sanitary Inspector...
Pay of Special police, all districts...6oo.oo
" " Police, Lahaina district :86o.oo
" " " Makawao district 16S0.00
" " " 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
Kxpcnses of Witnesses 250.00
Furniture and Office Supplies 250.00
W. F. KAAI5,
Wniluku, Maui, July loth 1905.
July 15, 22, 29.
RULUS AND REGULATIONS IN
RF. 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 licpior, 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 sell seals, and may furnish
nun inerewitu, requiring a detailed re
port monthly of allsalesuiade. SaidTrea-
surer shall prescribe such rules and regit'
lations respecting the method of cancelkv
tiou 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. Aiinesive seals tn lorrn ana size
suitable for pasting over the stoppers of
containers, the Inrge 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 purchase
2. That all users of the adhesive Seals
shall cancel the same by writing or stamp
ing' on each Seal, at the tune of using,
the initials of the licensees or vendorand
the date of cancellation.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu, T. H.
July 6, 1905..
July 15, 22
A cut of
50 per cent.
The BEST LODGINGS for the
money cannot be had anywhere ox-
weVy era hotel
On Fort St., just above Vineyard st.
RATE PER DAY, SO CENTS.
For sale, for root, lost, found, sltuntlons or
lielp wnutort ndvcrttscmuntn will bo publish
ed under this bemllnit at tho following
rules: 8 cents a lino nrsl Issue, llvocontmi
lino second Issue and three cents a line ench
succeeding lssuo. Seven woirts to constitute
a lino ntnu lines a Inch lliokcn lines to
count as full lines. ,
Fifty (50) Leghorn Pullets, from excellent
laying stock. Price, $to.oo per dozen.
For further information, apply
3t MAUI NUWS OFFICF,,
LUCASAt Spreckelsville. Maui, Jnlv
18, at the home of Mr. J. Martin, to
the wife of S. K. Lucas, a daughter.
MORTON At Makawao, Maul, on Sat
urday, July 15, Kamala, beloved wife
of lCdgar Morton, aged 3S years.
RHCIvWlTH At Paia. Maui, Mondav,
July 17, Caroline P., beloved wife bl
Rev. 1!. 0- Heckwith, aged 73 years,.
VckkcIh In Port--KnlHiluI
Schooner Geo. E Hilling, Berk
July 22 Str. Msnit, Parker, from
July in Str. Maui, Parker, for
C011I Fleet for Knnnnpnll.
Two vessels are now on the way
anci tho third is loaaingat Newcastle
with coal for Kaanapali.
Tho American shp Spartan, Flynn,
was suimosed to have left Newcastle
of! 15th of June and tho British ship
urunmuir, Armstrong, on July 1st.
The American Bark Set. Kins.
Krebs, was according to tho last San
Francisco Guide, loading.
An Auxiliary Warship.
Acting on the report of a naval
board, the Secretary of the Navy
has placed tho steamship Mariposa
of the Oceanic bteamship .Lino on
the list of vessels uvailable for naval
purposes in case of war under the
provisions of the ocean mail subsidy
statue, 'Washington Star.
Booked Per Stu. Maui July 19
For Honolulu and way ports Mrs
A. Tate, V. O. Smith, J. Lightfoot,
R. Rosenburg; A. S. Mederios, wife
Circuit Court Notes.
The' following vacation cases came
up before Judge hepoikai this week
T 1 . .? T "I A! T T
juiy 11. u. u. uoiui vs j . xu. ivu
lao, assumpsit. Coke for plaintiff,
and Vias for defendent. A discon
tinuance was filed by the plaintiff.
W. T. Kobmson Tax Assessor, vs
S. Ahmi, Tarn beo Ahmi, and b. Ah
mi, administrator, three seperato
cases of assumpsit, were continued to
July iil pending settlement. D. H
Case Attorney for plaintitls aim J. u.
Coke for defendents.
July 19. A. do Rego and Co. vs J.
Emmesloy, assumpsit. Hearing heard
and decision will be rendered today
J. L. Coke for plaintiff and J. M. Vi
J. M. Vivas vs G. Akuua, assump
sit. Claim of $250.00 attorneys fees
Judgment was rendered in favor of
plain tin for Si 1.00 together with pre
vious payment of u.uu making a to
tal of S150.00
July 20. John Ferreira vs Mahiki
Forreira, divorce, granted the plain
tiff. Tho order of the Court in
Ferreira vs Ferreira made Juno 7,
1904 for permanent alimony was re
Rice Cakes Made Trouble.
The art of cooking rice cakes so as
to make them edible to tho subjects
of the Mikado at Camp 5 was the
cause of a cutting scrapo last June,
which terminated in the district
One housewife clairred tho other
housewife was not up on tho making
of these delicacies and when tho oth
er housewife wont to talk it over at
the homo of the first housewife, tho
lattor locked tho door and com
icenced slashing the face of her rival
with a razor, making deep gashes a
cross the nose and cheeks and a
round the mouth and body. A cook
hearing tho cry for help broke into
the room and wrenched the keen
edged weapon from housowifo number
one. Housowifo number two was at
once sent to tho hospital, whilo her
assailant languished in jail. The case
Is 8 Mil on before Judgo Maclvay.
Registered at Maul Hotel.
From July 15. Dr. Joao Pinto, J. Dug
gan, I'rancisca Argues, Katharau Hearue,
Elizabeth Henry, Atlelside Ogler, An
tione Vizzavoua, Miss Maud Horner, Mrs,
Arthur Waal, W. W. Wescoatt, Miss R.
Hayselden, W. H. Crozier, wife and two
children, Miss G. McCanu, Miss Mollie
Cutuiuings, Miss M. Payne, J. W. Spriug
ston, Ray H. Leach, C. M. Lovestad, W.
O. Smith, A. Lewis Jr., N. Olsted, V. M.
Bechtel and Lu Joe, J, C. Ridgway.
Registered at Wulluku Hotel.
Dau Conway, Charles Notley and party,
Miss Notley, Charles Wilcox.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO., Ltd.
Scie 11 1 i fl c and
If you are troubled witn your eyes wiite to us immediately and we
will give you the benefit of our scientific knowledge a.id experience.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
DR. JOHN GODDARD In charge.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.'
In tho matter of the Estate of
Mary K. Hutchison, late of Kalau-
papa, Molokai, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Rending and Filing the Peti
tion of Ambrose K.. Hutchison, of
Kalaupapa, Molokai, husband of said
deceased, alleging that Mary TC.
Hutchison, of Kalaupapa, Molokai,
died intestate at Kalaupapa, Molo
kai, on the 16th day of May, A. D.
190a, leaving property in the Hawa
iian Islands necessary to be adminis
tered upon, arid praying that Letters
of Administration issue to James C.
It is ordered lhat Monday, tho
31st day of July, A. D. 1905, at 10
o'clock A. M., bo and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
tho Court Room of this Court at Wni
luku, Maui, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not bo
granted, and that notice of this or
der be published in the English lan
guage for three successive weeks in
tho "Maui News" a nowspaper in
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Juno 27th,
By the Court:
Seal. EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the
Julyl, 8, 15 and 22.
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, 1S96, to-wit :
James L. Coke President
W. A. McKay Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth Treasurer
Hugh Howell Secretary
A. N. Hayselden Auditor
Chas. L. Scrimger Director
W. L. Decoto Director
Wailuku, Maui, July 8, 1905 3t
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE ffAME FROM
July 25, Sonoma Colonies
" 20, Sierra San Francisco
" 20, Manuka Colonies
" 28, Siberia Yokohama
" 29, Korea San Francisco
" 29, Miowera Victoria
July 25, Sonoma " "
" 20, Sierra Colonies
" 2G, Manuka Victoria
" 28, Siberia San Francisco
" 29, Korea Yokohama
" 29, Miowera Colonies
ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF
JUST AKKIVKU FROM NEW YORK
Stock Now Larger Than Ever
Artistic Designs In Granite, American and
Italian Marble, Bronze and
Hawaiian Blue Stone. v
Satisfaction Guaranteed 'by
J. C. AXTELL,
1042-50 AlJikea St.
P. O. Hoy 0412 Floiiollllu, H. T,
all our work, and
the materials wo
use in manufact
tire are tho best
that can be ob
tained. Ltd. M"nufoc,ur",,fteru'c,tinC opUc.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting Pooplo
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Market Street Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Your Brand 0F
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Full assortment of Liquors Cordials,
Etc. Etc. Etc. .
Aorated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Laiiaina, Maalaea Rav and
TUESDAY JULY 25
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P. M
and LAIIAINA, MIDNIGHT.
For Honolulu, pn
MONDAY JULY '31
THURSDAY Aug. 10.
For particulars, Freight & Passage
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