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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS '
Ron. A W. Kepolkal, Circuit Judge, Walluau
, Edmund H. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court. Wailuku
dudf a Vf . A. McKay Ulst. Magliitrala, Wailuku
" 1. Racard " '. " Labalna
"' ChawCopp, " " " Makawao
' Kunukaa, " '' Honuaula
" i. Kalama, " 1 Hana
Pilmaou, " " Klpahulu
" . McOorriHton " " Molokal
' Kaboohalanal, " ' Lanal
W. T. Hoblnaon, Tax Atatssnor wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Depatj Aaseaaor Wailuku
A. F. Tavarea Pela
U. Punn, " " Lahalna
M. H. Keutar, ' " Hana
Wm. Hennlng, Supervisor, Chairman Lahalna
W. H. Cornwall.
T. M. Cburoh,
, i. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyara,
' D. H. Caw,
L. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Kaae,
Rliiirllta Clerk Wailuku
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff
C. R. Lindsay, . " "
. Edgar Morton, " "
( I V Wlttmrk " "
J.-H. Mataoe, " "
To morrow is the anniversary of
the surrender of Manila in 1898.
Attorney General Andrews is on
Maui trying fishing rights cases.
County Clerk Kaae has a notice in
this issue re demands against the
Sealed tenders for the supplying of
taro to Lahainaluna School are called
for in this issue.
Citizens of Makawao wishing day
work on the Haleakala trail apply to
J. Duggan at Olinda.
, The Maul Drug Store offers garden
hose and lawn movers for sale. See
advertise on page 1.
Today is the day set for the first
public competition tennis tournament
on Maui. The . contests will take
place at the Sunnyside Tennis Court.
, .- Inasmuch as there is a champion
ship game scheduled for tomorrow at
Lahaina the ball eame arranged tor
this morning at Wells Park has been
The First National Bank or Wai
luku wtnts your patronage and asks
that you read the statements pub
lished in this paper from t me to time
as to their business methods.
' The vaudevillians and glee club
singers from Honolulu failed to ma
terialize; there will be no public enter
tainment at K. of P. hall tonight as
mentioned in last weeks is-sue.
J. C. Picanco and Bros who had the
.. contract for the Keanae towards
; Kailua road and the Kipahulu-Kahi-
Kinui roaa are praotieauy tnrougn,
only the bridge at Wahinepee is to be
Actincr Governor Atkinson has a
By Authority notice in this issue
n i ! 1 i r i r f r w a vttiKllfv Vina r n rr rxn
setting aside oi cerium government
land in Koolau und Humakualoa as
(i forest reserve.
Dr. George S. Aiken will be at
Puunene Club house, Tuesday and
' Wednesday and at the Custom
-,, .House, Kahului Thursday, Friday
anu oaiurouy oi tins coming weeK to
attend those needing dental work.
, The Dearborn Drug and Chemical
' ' Works call attention in this issue to
their boiler compounds and lubricat
ing oils and suggest that you have
Jour boiler feed waters analyzed and
reated with their feed-water treat
' "ment. ' 1 ' '
A 135 acre ranch on leased land
( on the windward side of Maui is
offered Tor sale at a moderate rental.
The soil is excellent and abundant
rainfall. Comfortable house and
good shipping facilities.. See adver
tisement on page 8. s
r Jidmund H, Hart, administrator
., to the estates of Kelupoku (w) late
'" of Hanoakuapoko and of Jose N. de
uaraara.late or Kaunakulua. Maui.
tUi9 probate notices in this issue ask
ing for a final hearing and discharge
September IStn , has been ; set as
the day for the hearings before Judge
., J. .Attention is called to the twenty
. . ninth annual statement of the Pru-
- dential Life Insurance Co. in this
issue. ,, The. Prudential is one of the
foremost companies operating in the
United States. During 1904 this
. . company paid over thirteen million
t dollars to policy holders who number
' or six million.
A notice is given in this issue of
the intention of the Board of Super
, i visors, at their next regular meetintr.
' of considering an ordinance to close
up a public highway at Paia, Maui
known as Kabeka Road and the con
structing of a new road connecting
wan wuat is now known as the Paiu
Through the courtesy of Dr. Dine
, . , gar the Niws is in receipt of a codv
. ,, of the New York Evening Telegram
or July zi with a first page picture
, , of Governor Carter with the follow-
ing capticu: "Hawaii's Governor
who travels half around the globe to
-vindicate bis administration."
- ine nauuiui store tbls coming
' week will offer, aside from special
ni tw iii ...
bargains in dress goods, men's two
and three piece suits, boys' and mis
cellaneoug clothing, suspenders and
belts. In the provision line Libby's
I corned beef, and Brawn, Andersons,
j dejicious soups, hopeless Herring and
1 i'ixadaa Haddocks. '
The showers on Monday evening re
Miss Young of Honolulu it at the
teachers' cottage, with Miss Payne.
There will be an interesting game of
base ball at Kilohana Park tomorrow.
Mrs, Ralston and child have returned
from a visit on the other side of the isl
and. Rev. S. Kapu is superintending the
work upon the lawn, and in the taro
Operator C. B. Kinney, who was form
erly at the Lahaina wireless office, is now
at the office at Barber's Point.
After Mrs. Newcome'a return from
Honolulu, She was at the Lahaina Hotel
for a day two; and then returned to
her home at Kaanapali.
Messrs. W. L. Decoto and John Gan
non took passage together for San Fran
cisco on the Alameda. Mr. Decoto will
probably return in five or six weeks.
Preparations have long been in pro
gress for the marriage of David K.' Aupu-
ni Hayselden of Lahaina, and Miss Ka
Uterine Martin at Kau, Hawaii, on
Operator J. L. Ralston at the wireless
office received signals from the Solace, a
long while before she reached Honolulu,
He also caught signals from the cable re
An old man named Makakehau fell in
to the canal last Saturday night, and was
drowned. The body was not discovered
until Sunday morning. An epileptic fit
was the probable cause of the fatality.
The deceased was born in Wailuku 76
years ago. An adopted son survives him.
At Lahainaluna School, Principal
McDonald has been very busy, introduc
ing the new electric lighting plant The
apparatus will probably be completed at
the end of this week. Among other im
provements an eight-inch power pipe will
be substituted for one of smaller capacity.
The next term will commence in the
first week of September. . One of the new
teachers will be Mr. Flack, a graduate of
Park College. It is expected that there
will be a large attendance of pupils; and
boys wao intend to enter the school
should correspond with Mr. C. A. Mc
Road Contractor L. M. Whitehouse was
a caller at the County seat Thursday.
C. F. Herrick of the Schuan Co. Ltd.,
is visiting the Maui trade.
Judge G. B. 'Robertson was a passenger
to Honolulu per Mauna Loa to Honolulu
Thursday night. ' " j
E. G. Clarke of the Experiment Station
arrived on Maui Tuesday evening front
Honolulu. 1 ,
James Stewart, a former employee of
the City Market returned to Honolulu by
the Maui, Wednesday. ' .
Mrs. A. G. Dickens and family were
passengers to Honolulu per S. S. Mauna
Loa Thursday evening.
Miss Myra K. Heleluhe, maid to Ex
Queen Liliuokalani and Miss L. Notley
were visitors at Wailuku this week.
F. E. Atwater principal pf , Haiku
school was a county seat visitor last Wed
nesday to the teachers examinations.
A. Gartley, manager of the Hawaiian
Electric Light Co. of Honolulu was a pas
senger to Wailuku per str. Kinau, Tues
Nicholson and Nelson is now the firm
name of watch repairers of which, W. C,
Nicholson, the senior partner,' is well
known on Maui.
E. S. Lake formerly of San Jose, who
has been in the employ of the Kahului
Railroad, left Wednesday by the str.
Maui for Honolulu.
Captain David Lyman of the local
Salvation Army Corps was passenger to
Hilo by the str. Kinau Tuesday evening
Captain Lyman goes to his boyhood
home to attend a family reunion. ' 1
Attorney General Lorrin A. Andrews,
accompanied by Miss Bush, bis stenogra
pher; H. Miki interpreter and Gerrit
Wilder arrived in the County Seat Wed
nesday evening from Lahaina.
H. C. Thompson and W. L. Colemen
two tourists, the former from San Fran
cisco and the later from Louisville, Ky.
who have been sightseers on Maui de
parted by Tuesday's Kinau for Kilauea.
Sunday School Rally.
LAHAINA, August 8th, 1905. '
Editor Maui Nbws,
Dear Sir: Please allow me a small space
of your paper, to publish a small item
about the Sunday School rally which
to be held at Lahaina on the 30th of this
month. A concert will be given on Sa
turday '. evening at Wainee Church
August 19 at 7.30 p. m. Funds to go to
wards repairing the church.
An excellent concert is expected to be
Asst. Pastor, Wainee Church.
TEERITORY OF HAWAII.
COUNTY or MAUI.
Notice is hereby given that, at the re
gular monthly meeting of the Board of
Supervisors of Maui County, to be held
September 5th, 1905, consideration and
action will be had on the following pro
An ordinance to close np that portion
of the public highway, at Paia, Maui,
commonly known ss the "Kabeka road"
from its junction with the Makawao road
immediately below (makai) the Paia
Mill, to a point distant about 900 yards
in a southerly direction; and from which
point it is proposed to open and construct
a new road running in a northwesterly
direction, and connecting with what is
now known as the Paia-Makawao road,
immediately above the railroad crossing
of the Maui Agricultural Company, at
Paia, near the Kindergarden School.
The proposed changes to be made at
the expense of the Maui Agricultural
Wm. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors,
County of Maui.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
All demands against the County of Maul
must be Bled with the County Clerk, duly oertl
fled, not later than three full days prior to the
flrst Tuesday of the succeeding month.
'W. F. KAAE,
Clerk, County ot Maul.
Wailuku, Aug. 10, 16(. It
BY r AUTHORITY
FOREST RESERVE HEARING.
Notice of Intention to Consider the
Setting Apart of : Certain Govenment
Lands in the Districts of Koolau and
Hatnakualoa, Island of Maui, and of
Public Hearing Concerning said Subject
Notice is hereby given that under the
provisions of Chapter 38 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii a Public Hearing will be
held by the Acting Governor of the
Territory and the Board of Commis
sioners of Agriculture and Forestry, on
Wednesday August 33, 1905, at 3 o'clock
M. in the office of the Board of
Agriculture and Forestry, on King St in
Honolulu,- Island of Oahu, to consider
the setting apart pf the Government
lands lying between the Hana-Koolau
District boundary line at the east and the
land of Opana in Hamakualoa at the
west,' and between'the line of the Koolau
and Upper Hamakua Ditch and the crest
the ridge on the north side of the
crater of Mount Haleakala, in the Dis
tricts of Koolau and Hamakualoa, Island
of Maui, as a Forest Reserve.
A map and description of the said land
proposed to be set apart as Forest
Reserve are on file in the office of the
Superintendent of Forestry in Honolulu,
where they are opened to the inspection
of the Public '
' At the said time and place all persons
who so desire will be given full opportu
nity to-be heard upon the subject matter
of this notice ''and to present evidence
and arguments, in person, by proxy,' or
by letter, either for or against the setting
apart of said lands as a Forest Reserve.
.A..L. CATKINSON, i
m , Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu,, Oahu, August 5, 1905. (
' ' . Aug. 13. It
TENDERS FOR SUPPLYING TARO.
Sealed Tenders for the supply ot Taro
for Lahainaluna Seminary will be re
ceived at the office of the Department of
Public Instruction, Honolulu, 'up to
Saturday, August 36, 1905, 10 A. M. The
bidders must be prepared to furnish
satisfactory : bond for One Thousand
Dollars, for the continued and regular
delivery of the taro. Further informa
tion can be obtained from C. A. Mc
Donald, . Principal, Lahainaluna, ' The
department does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid. ,
, . J. M. DAVIS, ,
Superintendent Public Instruction,
Honolulu, August 33, 1905.
Aug. 13, 19, 36.
, Discuss New Court House.
At the Improvement Association meet
ing Thursday evening the matter of the
new f 3 jooo.oo Court House was discussed
From the original designs and specifica
tion the construction is to be of stone and
cement, but as the appropriation is in
sufficient it was decided to accept the
latter plans as submitted and approved
by the Executive Committee. -
Temporary arrangements were made to
keep the town clock running until such
time as the matter could be brought be
fore the Supervisors for action. '
The Board of Supervisors will also be
asked to grant a right of way along the
various roads in Wailuku district for tree
. A letter from the Acting Governor re
lating to recommendations for federal
improvements was referred to the Execu
China is becoming so chesty that it
thinking of demanding that the peace
envoys consult it as to what shall be done
with its own territory. The Cbicagi
Two Piece Suits
Plain Grey $7.00
Mixed " . 5.00
Blue Serge .' 8,60
Square Tut 12.00
Light Stripe 12.00
Dark Stripe, " Double-
breasted Square Cut 15.00
All the above are exceptional
values at the price offered.
Three Piece Suits
I , ' ' I ' I M
To cloea them out
Crash $ 2.00
Grey Check 7.50
Clay Worsted 10. OO
Blue Serge 12.50
Kitchen Utensils. Crockerv.
, , t i 1 . I
Open Wednesday and
A Few . Specials Stock
for the .coming
Libby's Corn Beef
in 1 lb. tins
,2 tinB for 25c.
in 1 lb. tins
2 tins for 25c.
Your choice for 10c a can
2 cans for 25c.
- and -
11 Findan Haddocks
Large cans 25c each
r Smoking Tobacco
2 tins for 15c.
We Will Offer
until 9 O'clock .
Youths' Blue Serge Suits
Knee pants, pair 50c
And a large line of all sizes and
styles at prices ranging from
$2.50 to $4.50 per suit.
Men's colored pique vests
$1.25 to $2.50 each
Men's fancy silk vests, single
and double breasted
.... $1.00 and $1.25 each
Men's white duck vests
Men's white duck pants
....r.f..... $ 1.00
Men's white duck coats
Those goods have never been
offered at prices that com
pare with the above.