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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A V. Kepolkal. Circuit Judge, WsIIuku
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Clroult Court. Wnlluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate, Watluku
" J. Rec.rd " " Lalmln.
" Cha. Copp, " " Makawao
" Kunukau, " " Honuaula
" J. Kalania, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahulu
" McCorriHlon " " Molokal
" Kahoonalahala, " 1 banal
W. T. Kobinaon, Til Awesor watluku
J. N.K.Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. F. Tavares Pala
a. Punn, " ' Lanaina
M. H. Reutar, ' " Haua
Wm. Hennlng, Supervisor, Chairman Lahnlna
W. H. Coruwell, " Walluku
T. M. Church, ' Mukawao
J. H. Halualanl, " Haua
T. T. Meyers, " Molokal
D. H. t:se. County Attorney
L. M. Baldwin, Treasurer
Chas. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaae, Clerk
Wm. BalTery, Sheriff Walluku
Edw. Rogers, Sheriffs Clerk Wnlluku
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff Watluku
C. R. Lindsay, " " Lahalno
EdKar Morton, " " . Makawao
F. Wittrock, " " Hana
J. H. Mahoe, " " Molokal
Full sheep binding of law books
done at tbe News office.
The firm of Wilson & Duggan has
been desolved by mutual consent.
Mr. F. Erittian of Puunene has a
notice to storekeepers and others in
C, R. Shaw of Kahului has formed
a musical club to be known as the
Puunene Glee Club.
The Iliraas ball, team of Lahaina
beat the Stars Sunday at Lahaina by
a score of 11 to 5.
S. Dowdle is circulating a subs
cription list for the building of a re
treat near the summit of Haleakala.
Send your book binding or book re
pairing to the Maui News office and
save both time and transportation
Joana P. Pico, Executive of the es
tateof Manocl P. Pico, deceased, of
Kaupakalua, Maui, has a notice to
creditors in this issue.
Dr. George S. Aiken will be at Pu
unene Clu'j House the fore part of
next week and at the Custom House,
Kahului, the later part of the week.
After August. 1st., W. E. Shaw
who has . been representing E. O.
Hall A Son will sever his connection
with that firm. Mr. Shaw will as
sociate himself with J. C. Axtell.
By last weeks Kinan a petition
signed bv Wailuku citizens wus sent
to Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion J. C. Davis asking that the mat
ter of the teachers cottage for the
Wailuku School be taken up.
On August 2, J. L. Coke will sell at
public Auction the three story build
ing known as the Hawaiian Fruit and
Taro Factory, cottage and shed, one
complete set of machinery for manu
factoring taroena and paiai, engine,
boiler, furnace, rollers, drying trays
etc. See advertisement for details
in this issue.
Solomon Kepiki, a bookbinder and
'ruler from Honolulu, arrived by the
Mauna Loa, Tuesday evening to take
a similar position with tbe News,
Business houses having books in need
of repairing or professional men
whose reference books require sub
stantial binding can have same done
at tbe News Office.
W. W. Taylor, principal of the
school at Eipahulu, returned there
yesterday by the Maui after a visit of
several weeks lc Honolulu and on
Kauai. Mr. Taylor is very much in
terested in trees and plants and has
aroused considerable interest among
his pupils and in bis community in
planting useful and ornamental trees,
shrubs and plants. Hawaiian Star.
The Attorney General's depart
ment is being flooded with letters
from the outside counties asking ad
vice upon various county matters.
However, this all comes within the
province of tbe several county at
torneys, and so the advice asked for
is not given. The county officials
have got to learn to stand alone, is
what Attorney general Andrew
Announcement was made yester
day that Wailuku plantation will in
crease its monthly dividends from 3
to 4 per cent, to take effect August
1. At the meeting of the directors
yesterday assessment No. 3, of 10 per
cent., was ordered called. It will be
due October 1. This will be for tbe
purpose of carrying on the work of
expansion. Ibe plantation expects
to produce buuu tons next year.
Advertiser, July 26
Attention is called to next weeks
offerings of tbe Kahului store in
geutlemens furnishing goods, for
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
comprising dress, golf, negligee and
working shirts, underwear, socks,
collars, neckties, etc. On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, the offerings
consists of washable dress goods,
mlscelleacou8 dry goods and remnants
of sateens, ducks, skirt linnines,
flannelettes. Nothing is reserved so
it is a case of first come, first served
with the full assortment as advertis
ed, to select from.
Mr. Dickenson has received some
plants from Springfield, Ohio.
Mr. Edward Robinson has been hard
at work on the tax books this week.
Manager Barckhausen will arrive from
Germany in the latter part of September.
The opening of the new fish market on
Main street took place last Saturday
The birthdays of Miss Rachel Haysel-
den and Walter M. Vetlesen were appro
priately remembered this week.
Mrs. MacKay of Wailuku, and Miss
Maude Horner of Honolulu, are the
guests of Mrs. Wm. Y. Horner.
Sugar boiler David Aupuni Ilayselden
has a month's vacation. He will go to
Honolulu, and subsequently to Kau,
Mrs. Henning and her children are on
the way to San Francisco. Owing to im
perfect vision, Mrs. Henning will consult
Mrs. Gannon and Miss Holden arrived
safely in Philadelphia. After a short rest
Miss Holden returned to her former home
in Charlotte, Michigan. (
The Rev. Father Thomas is making
numerous calls and is becoming acquaint
ed with his many parishioners. On
Thursday he held a conference with
Father Julian at Olowalu.
Mr. Henry , Dickenson' has returned
from his tour of inspection. The con
venient arrangement of the class rooms
and teachers' rooms in the new school
houses deserves special mention.
The Pioneer Mill shuts down for the
season at the end of this week. The to
tal output is about 25,400 tons, a large in
crease over the product of last year. At
Lahaina pumping station, the electric
pump gives entire satisfaction.
Tlfere was an amusing series of com
petitive sports last Sunday afternoon, on
the grounds of the Japanese Methodist
Mission. The program included a flag
race, lantern race, toy game, ring game,
blindfold game, spoon game, needle
game, dictation and calculation contest.
In the evening there was a union meet
ing of the pupils of the day and night
schools, in the Japanese Church.
All Wailukus Again Whipped.
LAHAINA, July 23. A good crowd of
people gathered at Kilohana Park today
to witness the exciting game of the day
between the visiting All Wailukus Base
ball Team and the Ilimas.
From the grand stand the observer
could notice the Ilimas colors (black and
gold) worn by the ladies and admirers,
streaming in the gentle sea - breeze.
Fortunately, ladies from Wailuku wore
none, theirs would have been faded or
changed color at the finish of the game.
The Wailukus consisted of good old
time players with our popular Maui
Citcher Kruger in the box. Hope they'll
e good now and won't make excuses
any further as this is the second wallop
ing. It is rumored a third attempt to meet
the Ilimas will be arranged in the near
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
E. R. Dunn, cf. 5 o 1 3 00
S. White, ss 5 3 5 220
D. Espiuda, 2b. 523 120
P. " p. 5 1 1 231
Buchanan, lb... 521 802
Poloka, c 410 11 2 2
P, Kaaihue, If. 5 I 2 o 30
W. Miner, rf... 4 o o o 3 1
Denis, 3b 5 I 1 1 3 0
Totals ..43 hi 111 23 17 6
AB.' R.' BH. PO. A. E.
Kruger, p 4 0 o 2 32
Cummings c ss 512 2.43
J. Garcia, 2b 502 330
A. Garcia, ss 100 001
W. Bal, lb 501 821
W. Crowell, If.- 501 1 o 1
Hookano, c 400 412
Kua, rf 410 200
W. Morris, cf... 4 2 1 3 o I
Clayton, 3b 4 1 . 1 1 3 0
Totals 41 1$ ) 8 24 16 11
Three-Base hits: P. Espinda, Buchanan
Clayton. Two-Base hits: Ilimas 5. Wai
luku 2. Base on balls: Off Espiuda 3.
Off Kruger 1. Struck out: By Espinda 9.
By Kruger 6. Hit by Pitched Ball: By
Espinda 3. By Kruger I. Passed Balls:
Poloka 1. Cummings 3. Waiwaiole 2.
Double Play: Ilima. Time of game: 1
hour 37 minutes. Umpire: W. F. Kaae.
Scorer: W. Kaluakiui.
League Game. Ilimas handily won it.
The Venus failing to appear on the
grounds when the game was called by the
umpire, it was declared in favor of the
Special Midsummer Meeting,
Tonight and tomorrow night a special
midsummer meeting will be held at Sal
vation Army hall, Market Street.
Captain Lyman will endeavor to make
these two meeting unusually interesting
and is fortunate in having the assistance
of Lieutenant Clark, and Miss Flora Can
non. Miss Cannon has assisted at
the'outdoor aud hall meetings this week
and due credit must be given her for her
singing and playing which aside from be
ing a new feature, pleased the large
crowd present; a large majority follow
ing the army to the hall. Miss Cannon
together with her father, brothers and
sisters to the number of seven, are all
muisicians and members of the Army
band of Honolulu.
Miss Cannon is visiting frieudson Maui
and incidentally helping out the local
The first handicap shoot of the' Kihei
Gun Club, the second club to be formed
on the islands, was held at J. McLeod's
place at Camp 3, July 23 and resulted in
Mr. McLeod winning from Mrs. Scott by
one point. The basis of the score was the
result of last month's practice score, and
the numbers in front of the names re
presents the percentage which had to be
broken before a score counted one. The
distance from the sighting line to the tar
get being the regulation sixteen yards.
Another shoot will be held on the 30th
at Manager Scott's place Kihei, and in the
near future another handicap will be shot
off, the prize being a cup.
The Kihei Gun Club will accept a
challenge to shoot any other club of equal
number on the island, and would like to
hear from the Maui Athletic or the Puu
nene Athletic Club.
Following is the score in detail:
Q i no P
a w s.
vo : o :
o o o
O M M M M
" 0 o o "
O O O 1-1
M O O
o 0 o
O m O O
O O M
o - o
o o o o
M M O
O " n
pi 1-1 o
M O M
O h O
O m O
O w O
O w o
W M ft O
O O m M O
M M IH M O
O M M II O
M M O M M
o o o
O i o o
O M H M O
M M O O O
O O O O m
O h O
l - - M, W
Mr. Hofgaard has just received a tho
roughbred Gordon Settler pup. It ar
rived on the Nebraskan in an almost dy
ing condition though. They think it
Miss Dagmar Olsen is still visiting the
Scotts. Her sister Grace is paying an ex
tended visit at Haleakala Ranch with the
Mr. and. Mrs. W. Sparkes are at Mole-
hea with the Betts. Mrs, Sparkes will be
there a month.
Mrs. Dr. Raymond is visiting at Wai-
Miss Anna Sorensen is a guest of Mrs,
Will Lucas of Honolulu was a passenger
by the Kinau.
Judge Kalua an family are occupying
tneir Iao Valley home. .
Mis Kate Corn well left Wednesday by
the Str. Maui for Honolulu.
Noah Aluli was a passenger to Hilo by
the Kinau Tuesday evening.
W. H. Crozier of Lahaina was a visitor
to the County seat Tuesday.
Attorney J. M. Vivas is installed in his
new law office on Market Street. .
Attorney J. L. Coke is confined to Ma
lulani Hospital with throat trouble.
Senator C. H. Dickey of Haiku was a
Wailuku caller Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Byron K. Baird of the U. S. Custom
House force at Honolulu is visiting at
F. J. Sullivan, storekeeper of the Mo
ana Hotel was sightseer on Maui arriving
Dr. Raymond and family will occupy
Judge Kalua's main House on lower
Dr. McGettigan of Hana, Maui, was a
Wailuku caller Wednesday evening, en
route to Honolulu.
Captain Wilcox, formerly In charge of
the Salvation Army corps of Maui hai
been transferred to the coast.
George W. Carr, assistant superinten
dent of the Railway Mail Service was
making a tour of Maui this week, return
ing to Honolulu by the Maui Wednesday.
Miss M. Ida Ziegler, a former principal
of Maunaolu Seminary, is the guest of
Miss Heusuer, at the Seminary. Miss
Ziegler had charge of the Mathematical
Department in the Honolulu Normal
THE STOCK TAKING
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Gold Brand negligee shirts for $ 1.35 regular $1.75 value3
Silver " "
Golf " "
Standard Brand Golf "
Black working sox two pairs
Tan " "
Gray mixed working sox four ' "
Black walking sox two "
Black Satin Dress cravats
Black Satin club ties
Fancy club ties
Shield Bows, fancy
English square ties
Four in hand
" ' " small
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Sale of Washable Dress Goods. Prices cheaper
than San Francisco's lowest.
Scotch lawn, stylish high
Marquese Organdies, De Orsay Borbettet,
and Stella lawns 10 yds for tl. 00
American Batiste 10 " " ' 1.00
Victorine Lawn 15 " 1.00
Kiboline 5 " " 1.00
All washable, good the year round, and never Out of style.
Satin knickers 16
Linen tissue 7
Scotch zephyr ' 5
Mercerized yarn latest pattern (i
Remnants of Sateens, Zephyrs, Scotch Zephyrs, fancy Dimity, French Flannel,
Fancy French Worsted In colors and strips, white cotton Ducks, Ilrown Ducks,
Skirt linings In colors and stripes, Dress Flannelette, solid color Organdies
and fancy Calicoes at prices ranging from lie to 75c per yard.
Nothing reserved. First come first served. This Is an oppor
tunity you cannot afford to miss.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings until 9 O'clock . . .
V'rtor ,I!i'aii(l golf
" " Outing " "
Asst'd. Dress shirt Mens "
" Hoys "
Working shirts "
Our Leader Shopworn Samples In Suits
Dalbriggan for 1,75 reguar 12,25 values.
" " 2.25 " 3.00 "
Egyptian cotton, long sleeves, for ,20c. regular
Gauze " " " two p;ur ,45c. "
Merino " " " .45c. each '
Gauze Cotton, two pair for ,45c. regular ,35c. eich values.
Merino, each .45c'., regular .COc. values "
" Superior, each .25c, regular .50c. values
Tan walking sox two pairs for
Imported German lisle thretid one pair for
" English hulbriggnn ." "
Miscellaneous odd styles and sizes
" slightly soiled
" all styles except E. and W.
Four in hand extra solid silk
" M " reversible
Children silk bows
colors, in a larc variety
10 yds for $1.00 Dimities
10 yds for $1.00
8 " " 1.00
7 " " 1.00
6." " 1.00
Fancy striped velvets for shirt waists
Soisette solid colors, pormanent finish
Shirts for 1.05 regular 1.00 values.
.35c. each values
of designs 20 yds for $1.00
ITolly and Uoxane Batists and El
Dorado Organdies 8,yds for $1.00
Dotted swiss muslins, shertoue lawns
and chiffon etamine 8 " ' .oo
Chalonuais 7 " " j oo
vds lor $1.00
" " " 1.00