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SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, J 905
THE MAUI NEWS
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A W. Kepoiknl. Circuit Judge, WrIIuku
Edmund H. Hnrt. Clerk Clrnnlt llmirt
Judge W. A. McKay Dist. Magistrate, Wailuku
" J. Recant " " Lahalua
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawao
" J. Kalama, " Hana
" Plimaou, 11 Kipahulu
McCorrlston " Molokal
" Kaboohalahala, " ' Lanai
W. T. Kobinson, Tar Assessor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavares Pala
Q. Dunn, ' " Labalua
M. H. Knuter, " " Hana
Wm. Helming, Supervisor, Chairman Lahaina
W. H. Cornwell,
i. m. i;nurcn,
J. II. Haluulanl
T. T. Mayers,
U. H. Case.
I M. Haldwin,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Chirk. Deputy Sheriff
i;. tt. ijtnasay,
J. H. MaUoe, .
Sheriff . Wailuku
Shi-rids Clerk Wailuku
First class book binding at the
"home industry" shop, Wailuku.
Get your business or library books
bound or rebound at the News office.
S. Keliinoi left last evening by the
str. Kinau en route to San Francisco.
Work ou the IaD valley road and
trail is expected to commence next
W. T. Robinson purchased the
main structure of the Hawaiian Taro
Japanese made Panama hats have
made their appearance on the Hono
"Billy" of the telephone office ce
lebraed his son's birthday with a
A second hand Australian or Eng
lish-made saddle is wanted. See ad
vertisement in this issue.
Mrs. H. Fernandez and Miss Ade
laide Fernandez and Miss Stewart
are visiting Wailuku friends.
John Ferreira gave a birthday luau
to his friends last Sunday "up Iao,"
and a very enjoyable time was had.
J. L. Coke administrator of the es
tate of J. Kamakele, lat of Kula,
deceased, has a notice to creditors
in this issue.
T. W. Hobrnn was the purchaser
of the machinery of the Hawaiian
Fruit and Taro Company at the sale
The Maiden Drug Store has moved
from the Bailey block. Main street, to
the Robinson block, Market street,
where more spacious quarters are to
be had. v
Edward G. Beckwith, petitions for
letters of administration be issued to
him in the matter of the estate of his
wife Caroline P. Beckwith. Septem
ber 11th, has been set as the day for
the hearing before Judge Kepoikai.
Peruvia Goodness has taken the
local agency for while bronze Monu
ments. It is claimed these monu
ments are cheaper and better than
stone and tave been endorsed by
scientists as practically indestruct
able. And still the save money sale at
the Kahului Store keeps up. This
week it is dry goods, shirt waists,
silks, flannels, etc. They are also
making cut on Monterey Soused
Mackerel a better dish than sar
dines. A new industry for Hawaii is the
raising of Easter lily bulbs, New
York parties having agreed to take
all that can be grown. Eli Snyder,
of Ulupalakua, Maui, is one of the
roost successful growers of the bulbs.
Advises were received hero last
Friday from Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction J. C. Davis, in re
sponse to the petition for a teachers
cottage for the Wailuku, that the
matter would have the attention of
the department so soon as funds are
The new firm of Axtell & Shaw,
just organized, is made up of two well
known business men. Mr. Axtell is
known to be an energetic and thor
oughly reliable man and Mr. Walter
E. Shaw has held many places of
trust here and leaves the business
house of E. O. Hall & Son to enter
into his new business relation with
Mr. Axtell. Advertiser.
The new school agent, I. W. Cox,
.will take up bis work today, Mr. Con
radt having turned over the work to
him. And another new attache of
the Department ot Education is Wil
lie Chillingworth, who goes into the
Superintendent's office as a kind of
general clerk. . The Board of Educa
tion will hold its next regular meet
ing on Friday afternoon. Advertiser.
A Mormon Church service wns held at
Olowalu on Monday morning.
Repairs; and improvements are being
made at the Lahaina school houses.
Among the recent visitors in Lahaina
were an Eastern journalist and a Corsican
The Harrison Burial Association of Ho'
nolulu has a membership of 125 in the
William Robb of Kaanapali is fast re
covering from the injuries received in a
One of the Lahaina Christian ministers
has received a generous donation from
the Buddhist priest K. V. Aral.
A rumor is in circulation that the old
fish market will soon be torn down, and
that a handsome row of trees will lie
planted along the water front.
D. K. Aupuni Hayselden took passage
for Honolulu on Monday evening. From
that city he will proceed to Kau, Hawaii
Rev. S. Fujii, the Japanese Methodist
pastor, has written a clear and graphic
description of the Japanese strike. He
has acquired considerable facility in F.n
At the residence of R.C. Searle.onSun
day afternoon, his son, Richard C. Searle
Jr., and Lucy Kuaana of Lahaina were
united in marriage by Rev. D. W. K.
White. A large number of friends wit
nessed the ceremony, and were guests at
the wedding dinner.
A letter has been received from Dr.
Charles Davison, stating that he will re
turn to Lahaina in about six weeks. He
is at the home of the sister, Miss Carrie
Davison, in Detroit, Mich. She has the
hAnor of being the Clerk of the Supreme
Court in that city.
The bithday's of Miss Rachel Haysel
den and Walter M. Vetlesen having oc
curred last week; and David K. Aupuni
Hayselden being about to take a pleasant
journey; a triple celebration took place
at their historic palace home on Saturday
evening. There was a large attendance
of friends, and there was a fine program
of dancing, singing and instrumental
Copy of a proposed inscription in the
Withington Street Church, Princeton,
through her desire to serve the cause of
Christ, accompanied the first American
missionaries to Hawaii and founded
school for the commonalty at Lahaina,
Maui, in 1823.
After her return to the United States
she was for many years a valuable mem
ber of this congregation, a teacher of its
youth, and a powerful influence for good
in the community.
This memorial is got up in recognition
of her faithful Christian character and
most useful life by friends who honored
anil loved her.
She was born in Princeton in 179S, and
died here October 24, 1S65. Her body
lies at Coopersown, N. Y.
T. K. Pa was a passenger to Honolulu
per Mauna Loa.
Hugh Howell, of Nahiku, is the happy
father of a nine and a half pound boy.
The wife and daughter of T. K. Pa of
Makawao are visiting friends in Wailuku.
James Hughes, inspector U. S. Customs,
Honolulu, is spending his vacation on
H. G. Ramsay, representing M. S.
Grinbaum & Co. , is calling on the Maui
Deputy Sheriff C. R. Lindsay of Lahai
na was a Wailuku caller Monday and
D. H. Davis and family are now domi
ciled in their new home on Main street,
Master Thurston, son of Civil Engineer
Taylor of Wailuku Sugar Co. is on a visit
to his father.
S. B. Harry, wife and child were pas
sengers to Honolulu per S. S. Mauna Loa
L. A. Thurston, Commissioner of
Forestry was a passenger by the Kmau
W. L. Decoto of Lahaina left last even
ing for Honolulu, en route to Centerville,
Alameda County, Cal.
Byron K. Baird who has been visiting
at Waikspu was passenger to Honolulu
by the str. Maui, Wednesday.
Attorney W. O. Smith arrived by the
S. S. Kinau Tuesday evening to attend
the sale of the Hawaiian Taro Factory.
"Jack" Bergstrom of the Bergstrom
Music Co., was a Kinau passenger to Wai
luku via Maalaea Bay Tuesday evening.
Mr. Henry Holmes of Holmes and
Stanley, Attorneys, was a Wailuku and
Lahaina caller Wednesday en route to
Honolulu from Hana.
Dr. McGetigan of Hana was a return
ing passenger from Honolulu last Satur
day. Dr. McGettigan will leave the Ha
na district and settle permanently at
Bishop Restarick came up on the Mau
na Loa last nigut on bis way to the
Chinese mission in Kula where he will
hold service ou Sunday morning. He
will probably return in the afternoon and
preach at l'uunene in the eveuiug.
Lawn Tennis Tournament.
For Thb Puunknk Cups.
SUNNYSIDE, AUGUST 12, 1905.
Ordkr Op Pi.ay
Preliminary Round No. 1 Court:
D. C. Lindsay W. E. Smith
Stone Douglas Mrs. D. B. Mindock
First Round No. I Court:
Dr. G. S. Aiken Miss I. Aiken
G. B. Henderson E. C. Campbell
Mr. Merrill Miss Belle Dickey
W. Lougher Mrs. D. von Tempsky
C. C. Krumbhaar Rev. B. V. Bazata
Mr. Roscrans Mrs. H. A. Baldwin
C. H. Dickey Frank Nicholson
Winners in the Preliminary round.
First Round No. 2 Court:
Theo. Nickelson Miss Eva Smith
J. N. S. Williams Miss E. Sheffield
Rev. W. Ault Sam Baldwin
II. B. Weller Miss F. Engle
C. W. BaldwinMiss E. Taylor
J. P. Coke Mrs. Nicoll
J. B. Thomson Sam Taylor
D. B. Murdock Mrs. Sam Taylor
Succeeding rounds will be played by
the winners of the preceding rounds.
CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION
The Laws and Rules of Lawn Tennis
and the Regulations for carrying out
Tournaments, together with accepted de-
cisions on disputed points as adopted by
the National Lawn Tennis Association of
the United States for the year 1904 will
govern in this contest.
Game will be called by the Umpires at
9 A. M. August 12, 1905, weather permit
The games in the Preliminary and
First Rounds will be best two out of
three sets; in the succeeding rounds, one
set or more at the discretion of the
There will be no advantage games, that
is, the pair that first wins six games in
any set, wins that set.
Competitors must be on the ground
when, their names are called to play;
should they fail to appear at that time
their opponents will win by default.
fuunene athi.etic associaton.
J. N. S. Williams chairman, T. B.
Thomson, W. Lougher, W. W. Wescoatt,
Messrs. Whiteside and Wescoat have
withdrawn from the contest on account of
accidents and their pluces were filled by
Messrs. Merrill and C. H. Dickey at the
request of the Tennis Committee.
Admission Day Sports. '
If the earnestness with which the
horses now at the race track is a criterion
the Admission Day races will be fully up
to the mark and compare favorable with
the Fourth of July events.
While the entries have not commenced
to come in enough has been learned to
convince the Association that the Cowboy
race of a mile and half will be well filled.
The hack race, trotting and pacing, will
also be an interesting event as well as a
novelty race to a great many of the
The Executive Committee are making
extensive preparations and every tiling
will be in good order by next Saturday.
In as much as Admission Day is a legal
holiday most houses and business con
cerns will recognize it as a half holiday
at least, so that a crowd from all over the
island will be present.
A ball game between the Lahainas and
the Wailukus will be played at Wells
Park in the forenoon, and a musical,
vandeville performance and dance will
probably hold forth at K. of P. Hall in
the evening thus ending an unusually in
Leave Fop School.
Broiled Soused Monterey Mackerel
. Better than Sardines
REGULAR 20 CENTS A CAN
3 Cans for 50 cents this week
o! everything that has been so far advertised, we will i
offer our customers for ft
STOCK TAKING SALE
Tuesday 1 Wednesday!
Miss Laura Wells, Ward Wells and
Fred McGraw accompanied by Manager
B. Wells left last evening by the
Kinau for Honolulu. Miss Wells will
enter Sanford University while Ward and
Fred McGraw will return to Belmont
Ira Wells who has been under the phy
sicians care is unable to return to school
The first dear girl was showing her
new engagement ring.
"Don't you admire his taste?" she
"Y-yes," answered dear girl No. a.
As far as jewelry is concerned, I do."
Bosh Did you get anything out of that
oil deal you were telling ine about?
Josh Yes, indeed; I got a great deal of
light on the subject of speculating that I
didn't have before! Detroit Free Press.
Vacationist. Have many of the houses
here old-fashioned knockers?
Farmer Heckberry Gosh, yes: most all
th' gossips in th' villuge are over seven
A Fine Line of
Plain Sateens 1 black, blue, ami other
shades, jier yard 0
Plain Black Sateens, ier yard
Fancy Stripe, bo h1 color, per yard Qq
Fancy Stripe, solid color, per yard
Black Alpacas, double width, ior yard.. .
Black Alpacas, double width, per yar.l .. . . Q
A line line of Scotch Plaids, per yard j-
A fine line of All Wool Scotch Plaids, i-
1 lot ladies' Tennis Flannel Skirts, k
Window Scrim, per yard IOC anl 15c
1 Thursday, Friday and Saturday
oj A full line of LADH.S' SHIRT WAISTS in Silk,
ft Flannel and Wash Goods . . . . .
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings until 9 O'clock
THE MOST DELICIOUS EVER
Broiled Soused Monterey Mackerel
In Tomato Catsup
REGULAR 20 CENTS A CAN
3 Cans for 50 cents this week