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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JULY 1905
- I t
Golden Gate Flour
Is famous for quality, proverbial for purity and s
housewives the world oVcr arc loud in its
praise . . " " . 5!
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Maui Wine &
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Special delivery every
' production, quality, satisfaction t
"TH leather, sheep skins, etc. etc
Metropolitan Meat Co.;
Box 504. HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main l-l.'l.
V .Standard Brands op
IMPORTED AN!) DOMESTIC WINES -...' '
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC f-
? PABST, A. B. C.. LEMPS, RATNIEU, ank PUIMO
ISLAND TRAD 15 SOLICITED
Whon you want
GENERAL BLACKSM1TI1ING HORSE SHOEING.
Main St. near Market,
New Goods! New
iHAUI DRY GOODS &
Just Arrived from Sat1
v Ladies' Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Etc.
IPlease give us a call r.s wo feci sure
(Business still done at the old stand
Never p&il To Use
Sold at, alt
hour in Wailuku.
brand indicates home
1-ar Ip'jiViPi4 cViPiJi'lmryc. tctP.
your enrriago repaired to last Is
it to the right idiop.
Wailuku, Maui I
Goods! New Goods!
GROCERY CO, LTD.
Francisco Fresh Line of
wo can satisfy your wants.
TKUKITOHY OP HAWAII
COUNTV OP MAUI J
I ti accordance with the law ns vested in
the Hoard of Supervisors in Agt 39 of the
Session Laws of 1905, entitled: "An Act
Creating Counties within the Territory
of Hawaii, and Providing for the Govern
ment Thereof tile following appropria
tions were made at the regular meeting
of the aid Hoard held July 10, 1905, by
the following resolution! "Resolved by
tin Hoard of Supervisors' of the County
nf Maui, that the following sums amount
ing in the aggregate to 22,375.00 shall
be and hereby are appropriated for the
; e: od .of sK months ending December
ts , 111 amounts and for the several ao
'"ti its to ! known and ilcisgtmUd at
.nM inbelovv set forth, 10 wit: ..
vil iry of ;Ppetviori, ..?Ioo.oO
( if lentils, f?it urviaors .... .' 125.00
Oil eials lloud
" Deputy Sheriff. Wailuku, 600.00
" " " I.almina jSo.oo
" " " Makawao 480.00
" . " liana 4S0.00
Sheriff's Clerk 4S0.00
Pay of Police, Wailuku, district.. .2640.00
Support and Maintainancc of Prisoners,..
Incidentals Sheriff 1400.00
Salary of Hack and Sanitary Inspector...
..... ..r ci..,..!fr
I'ay of Special police, all districts...6oo.oo
" Police, I.aliaina district 1S60.00
" Makawao district 16S0.00
" Hana district 1320.00
" MolokBi 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 Attornev .120.00
Expenses of Witnesses .s. 250.00
furniture and Office Supplies 250.00
U P. KAAE,
Wailuku, Maui, July 10th 1905.
, July 15, 22, 29.
Office of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, T. H., July 5U1, 1905.
At a meeting of the Hoard of Health,
leld June 30II1, 1905, the following re
solution was regularly adopted and made
1 part of the rules and regulations of the
Hoard of Health of the Territory of Ha
RHSor,VKn: That in any district where
ii death has occurred, or a patient is found
to be suffering from any malignant, con
tagious or infectious disease, the Hoard
of Health, or its agents, shall have the
right to summarily proceed to said dis
trict aim cause all buildings, within a ra
dius of not more than one mile from the
place said death occured, or said patient
was found, which they shall judge to be
infected, or-111 an insanitary condition.
and a menace to the public health, to be
thoroughly disinfected by fumijiation or
other means, and all persons residing or
working 111 any such buildings, and all
personal property therein, to be thorough
ly disinfected, to the satisfaction of the
Hoard of Health, or its Audits, before
either persons or property shall be re
moved inereirom;.and, that thereafter all
such insanitary buildings and property
shall be vacated immediately, and no per
son shall be allowed to live or work
therein, or to store any goods therein, un
til the same shall have been placed in a
L. 13. 1'INKHAM,
President, Hoard of Health
Attest: C. CHARLOCK,
Secretary, Hoard of Health.
1 hereby sanction and approve the fore.
A. h. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
July 22, 29, August 5.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
frosti, puro milk, or fresh milk
Tel. I6G Makawao
A cut of
50 per cent.
The 15 EST LODGINGS for the
money cannot be had anvwhoro ox
NEW ERA HOTEL
On Fort st., just above Vineyard st
RATE PER DAY, 50 CENTS
Subscribe For The
Price $2.50 pep year.
For nnlo, for rent, lout, found, nttiintlons or
notp wanton nurrriiscniuniN win no imnnsn
ud timlor thin hmnllntt at tho folliwlnit
ratGK 8 contfi a lino llrnt lMuo, IlvocotitN a
llnnsocond twite nml Ihrco cents a llnpnnrlt
suocoiHltnR Ihrui) Revon wonln to cont,ttttlo
n line nlno ltne a tnoli llrolioti linos to
'(Hint uh full llin"..
l'ifty (50) Leghorn Pullets, from excellent
laying stock. Price, w.oo per dozen.
lfor further information, apply
3t MAUI NUWS OI'PICIJ.
My Wife Margaret having left my bed
and iKmril, all persons are hereby nfiti
fiod that 1 will not bo 'responsible for any
debt cohtraolcd ti my tiatne, without a
written order sijtneil by me.
I'uitncne, Mnni, July' S5H1, 1905.
, Jitlj 9 Aug. 5 2. .
" , HORN.' f
.SCHUAURR At Wailuku,. Maui, Julj'
2, 1905, to the wife of George It.
Schrader, a son.
WH.hUR To the wife of G.W. Wilbur,
of Kallua, laui, a daughter, 011 July
July 24 Sir. Novaduh, Green,
from San Francisco via, Honolulu.
July 2G--Str. Maui, Parker, for
July 'JO St r. Novadan, Green, lor
San Francisco, 75000 baas of suyar.
July 2!) Str. Mput. Paivkor, from
July 20- A.TI. S. S. Texan, Lyons.
July 29 A. H. S. S. Texan, Lvons
for Delewaro Breakwater via Ililo
1500 tons Pioneer Mill Co's sugar.
Stanley Dollar purposes getting
even with Honolulu by putting one
or more steamers on the run -be
tween tho Coast and Hic other is
lands , to carry passengers mid
freight. Independent, July 20.
Departures per Str. Maui, July 26.
Ifor Honolulu: Mrs. McKay, A. Hnos Jr.
wife and child, G. W. Carr, Mrs. Sow
I.au, Mr$. Sui See.
Sunday School Teacher "Johnny,
in what way do men frequently vio"S
tto tho commimdiiiont "Thou,shalt
Johnny "Asked Tommy Skinner".
Sunday School Teacher "Is lie
bolter informed on'lTTc subject than
Johnny "Ifo ought to be. Ilis
fathor sells coal in winter and ice in
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE TO CRE
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned was 011 the 21th. day of
Jury a. i), iiiuo tiuiy appointed lix
ecutrix of tho instate of .Manocl P,
Pico of Kaupakalua, Hamakualoa,
Maui, deceased, by order of the
Honorable A. iN. hepoikai, Judge of
tho Circuit Uourt of the second Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
All creditors of said instate are
thorefbro hereby notified to present
their claims, duly authenticated, with
tho proper vouchers, if any exist.
even if tho claim is secured by mort
gage on real estate, to J. M. Vivas,
Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maui, T.
a., or to tno utiuorsigncu at Kaupa
kalua, Maui, within six months from
the date of this notice; said dato bo
ing the first publication of this no
tice; otherwise such claims, if any,
will be, forever barred.
' Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Julv 24,
JOANA Pi PICO,
Executrix of tho Estato of ManoelP,
Pico, deceased, of Kaupakalua,
Maui, T. H.
July 20, Aug. 5, 12, 17.
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Aug. 3, Nebraskau.. San Francisco
" 4, Alameda San Francisco
" 8, Mongolia Yokohama
J, Coptic San Francisco
1(1, Sonoma . . . 1 . . .San Francisco
18, China 7. Yokohama
23, Siborfa San Francisco
" 23, Aorangi Colonies
" 20, Manuka Victoria
Aug. 3, Mongolia San Frauclsco
" 9, Alameda. . .". .San Francisco
" !), Coptic Yoholmma
" 13, Nobraskan. San Francisco
10, Sonoma Colonies
" 18, China Sau Francisco
' 23, Siberia Yokohama
" 23, Aorangi Viotoria
" 2U, Manuka Coloulos
- For Careful,
If you are troubled witn your eyes wiito to us itr.mcdiatcly and we
will give you the lienelit of our scientific knowledge and experience.
H. F. WSCHMAN & CO. Ltd. M""uf"'t-illnft bllllc
1042-1050 Fort St., HONOLULU.
DR. JOHN GODDARD in cuntfic.
of Taro Factory
I w sell at public auction for anil
011 account of- Whom It May Con
cern, at the prrmiscs of l lie Hawa
iian Fruit and Taro Company, at
Wailuku, Maui, on Wednesday,
August 2nd, A. D. 1905, beginning at
10 o'clock A. M., of said ,luy all of
tho following chattels owned by the
said' Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.,
located at Wailuku, Mnni. lo t;-
First:-All - that certain large
Three Story Fartoiy UnildiuL',
known as the Ha wuimn 'Fruit and
Taro Co. Factory.
Seccnd:-Ono Frame Cottage ami
stied. - t
Third:-Ono complete set of ma
chinery for the manufacturing of
Tarena and Paiai, including Engine,
Boiler, Furnaces, Hell chains, Pip
ing, Shafting with pullies, - One
Stophcti's Roller Mill, 2 Rollers 0 x
18 with bolts, ab.uit 150 drying
trays 5 ft. x 5ft.,
Fourth:-Onc Fruit press, one
Sifting Machnie, One comU'ated
Roller, 2 large Weighing Scalrs,
2 small Weighing Scales, Tables,
Sundry Mechanic- Tools, lu.f of old
Iron, 8 bags coal, Ot.e L'ench Vice,
3 Wagons, One largo Si- fe, One Koa
Top Desk, 2 office Chairs.
All factory machinery in -first
class condition and lumber in, build
ing, well preserved.
All property sold must be re
moved from premises 011or bc'ofo
August 20, A. D. 1905. Torms Cash.
For Furthor particulars apply of
tho undersigned at his oflico in Wai
luku, Maui, or to W. O. Smith,
attorney at law, Honolulu, Oahu.
JAMES L. COKE,
July 29. Auctioneer.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF
THE KOOLAU RUUBRR COM
Notice is hereby given that at the
election of officers of "The Koolau Rubber
Company, Ltd,, held in Wailuku, Maui,
on July S, 1905, the following were
duly elected as officers of said company
to serve until the regular annual election
to he held in January, 1S96, to-wit : ,
James L. Coke President
W. A. McKay Vico-Preiidelit
11. A. Wads,vtorth....v....:. ..Treasurer
Hugh How , Secretary
A. N. Hayseldeu Auditor
Cha. L. Scriinger Director
W. L. Hecoto Director
Wailuku, Maui, July 8, 1905 ' 3t
Jtilj 15, 22, 29.
PUUNENE GLEE CLUB
Aro prepared to furnish high class
ENTIfi RTA 1 N M 12NTS
For particulars ring up
CHAS. R. SHAW.
ANOTHER CAR LOAD QF .
JUHT AUIilVKI) titOM NKV YOItlt
Stock Now Lapcr Than Ever
Artistic Designs in 'Granite, American and,"
Italian Marble, H run 7.0 and
Hawaiian IJIuo Stone.
Satisfaction Guaranteed by
J. C AXTELL,
KM 2-50 Alalcea St.
i. o. i;'tx 042 Ilonolu hi, II. T
all our work, and
the materials wo
use in manufact
ure are tho best
that can be ob
tained. T 1I Y-l
Market Street, AVailulcu
jNoihing liui the best of
-Woll Known Standard Brands
RAIN25R AND PRIMO
Hon led l.eet-s
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting Pcoplo
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
MAltKKT STIIKKT . 'fWAILUKU
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands of
WfNEd, LIQUORS, ('
- ' Etc. Etc.
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Your Brand 0F
fee Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Full assortment "f Liquors Cordials,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
Aerated and Minoral Waters
A. K. STENDER Pnorairaou
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Laiiaina, Maalaea Ray and.
FRIDAY AUG. -1
LEAVES MAALAEATJAY, 8 P. M
ANi) LAIIAINA, MIDNIGHT.
For Honolulu, on
MONDAY JULY .11
THURSDAY Aug. 10 ,
For particulars, Froight it Passage
liilcr Island Steam
' Navigation Co li'iLv.
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