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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Ron. A N. Kepotkal, Circuit Judge, WrIIuku
Edmund H. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court, Wnlluku
J utile W. A. McKav Ulst. Magistrate. Wnlluku
" J. Recard r " " Lahaina
" Chaa. Copp, " " Makawao
" Kunukav. " " Honunul
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpaliulu
" McCorrtston ' Moiokai
" Kahoobalanala, " ' I, anal
W. T. KoblDsun, Tax Aaumor . Walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Asaeasor Walluku
A. F. Tavarea Fala
O. IHinn, " Lahniua
M. H. Reuter, " ' Hana
Win. HiMinliiK, Supervisor, Cliulruiuu l.ithnlnn
W. H. Coruwell, " Walluku
T. M. Church, " Mnkawao
J. H. Halualanl, " Hana
T. T. Meyers, - " Molokal
U. H. Case. Countv Attomoy
L. M. Ilaldwln, Troamirur
Chaa. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaae, . Clerk
Wm. Saflfiry, Sheriff Walluku
Kdw. Rogers, , Shi-rlffa Clerk Wniluku
T Clark. Depute Uerill Walluku
C. R. Lindsay, " " Lahaina
KiU'ar Morton, " " Makawao
F. Wlttrock, " " Hana
J. H. Mahoe, " ' Molokal
Read the advertisement of the Ka
hului Store in this issue.
Get your book binding done at the
home industry print shop.
' Read the advertisement of Axtell
and Slu w on page 8 of this issue.
"Lemo" the new temperence punch
is served at the Aloha Saloon. '
Joe Guinaue, an expert blacksmith
from Honolulu is employed, by Pan
James MacAuIiffe was a returning
passenger to Honolulu per S. S. Maul
The Wailuku Sugar Co. are erect
ing a new residence, for Chief En
A Japanese foot racer made a mile
at the track Sunday in six minutes
. and sixteen seconds. ' .
County Clerk V. F. Kaae has re
ceived.his commission as Notary Pub
lic for Second Judiciary Circuit.
The tannery department f the
Metropolitan Meat Co., solicit your
trade iu leather needs. '
. A Sunday school rally will be held
at Wainee Church tomorrow at 10:00
a. in. Au excellent program has
been arranged. ,
Work on the new line of the Ksthu
lui Railroad to Paia Mil! is progress'
ing rapidly as is the spur to the
Wailuku Sugar Mill.
Persons are cautioned when driv
ing across he new spur of the Kahu.
lui Railroad Co. on Mill street to
cross the track al right angles.
The heart and kidneys of Yamagata
the japanes" who died from heart
failure at Piniiiene Hospital last
week was sent to the Board of Health
by the S. S. Maui Wednesday.
The request of County Attorney
Williams of the County of Hawaii for
an assistant, naming Noah W. Aluli
at a salary of 1100. per mouth was
approved by the Board of Supervisors
granting to Mr. Aluli full privilege
to engage in private practice where
the same does not conflict with the
interests of the County. Star.
Registered at Maui Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Howe, Newport;
K. I., W. W. Arkley, A. J. Spitzer, II.
A. Peterson, J. P. Guinane, P. O. Sulli
van, W. II. Babbitt Honolulu.
Dr. E. C. Waterhouse president of the
Nahiku Rubber Co., who arrived on Maui
on Tuesday is more than encouraged with
the rubber prospects on Maui.
Dr. Waterhouse has just returned from
tour of the rubber plantations of the
Straits Settlements whei he finds the
conditions much the same as at Nahiku
with the exception possibly that it is
somewhat hotter at Singapore.
Dr. Waterhouse speut some six weeks
visiting the various plantations and
comparing the two species Hevea and
Ceura; their relative growth, and produc
tion of gum; tapping, planting and care
ing' and other valuable information.
Much the same class of foliage, trees and
other vegetable growths are to be found
in the Settlements all of which gives Dr.
Waterhouse to believe Nahiku the ideal
spot of the islands for rubber.
FRANCE AND RUSSIA'S NEW
PARIS, August 4. The French
and Russian governments have set
tled the terms of the new treaty of
commerce by which France has
agreed not to increase the existing
duties affecting Russian articles
and also not to tax merchandise
now entering free, while Russia
modified the duties on French
wines, spirits, perfumes and nume
rous agricultural and commercial
Mrs. Newcome of Kannapali has a rbom
at the Lahaina Hotel.
The vacation of the Japanese day
school lasted only two week.
Mrs. Rebecca Taylor has been visiting
her brother, on the island of Molokai. .
C. Akana has opened a Chinese library,
reading room and school, on Main street.
The old fish market will lie sold at
auction on Saturday, Aug. 19, at noon,
he building is to be removed within one
week after the sale.
The partial eclipse of the moon on Mon
day evening wn9 not forgotten. Astro
nomers on the mainland probably, had a
good opportunity to observe it.
Mrs.- Mossmnn of Nahiku is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Halvorsen. Mrs.
Mbssman's home is very near the rubber
tree plantation. In the days of her youth
she attended one of Bishop Whipple's
Church Schools at Faribault, Minn.
' Mis9 Ida McDonald has received a well
deserved promotion. At the commence
ment of the next term she will take
charge of the History Department in the
Honolulu Normal School. She is at
Lahainaluna, and will remaiu there until
Principal McDonald returns from the
The Rev. O. P. Emerson, and Mr.
Hudson of the Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, were entertained at Lahainaluna
last week. Miss Payne visited the school
on Tuesday of this week. All the build
ings were lighted by electricity on the
evenings of August 10 and, n. . The
brilliant display was noticed down towh.
Principal McDonald- made arrangement!
to go to Honolulu on school business tills
Twenty -one steamers called at Lahaina,
from Aug. 1st to Aug. 12th, all of them
bringing mail matter. Two mails from
Honolulu were landed at Kaanapali; and
there were two despatches from Lahaina
to Honolulu. Including all the' island
mails received at the Lahaina office, daily
mails were received and despatched.
Postmaster Waal re6rts that this beats
all previous records, between the 1st and
1 2th of each month. Surely there can be
no complaint concerning the Lahaina
mail, and all the mail service on the Is
land of Mauj.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Howe of Newport
R. I. are sightseenig on Maui.
A. J. Spitzer of Reubenstein and Co. is
calling on the Maui trade.
Storekeeper C. G. Hofgaard of Kihe
was a Wailuku caller Thursday.
James Kirkland was a passenger to
Hilo by the Kinau Tuesday evening.
J. C. Axtell of the firm of Axtell and
Shaw is calling on the Maui trade.
Wm. Keatm has taken Harry Copp'.
position at Canrp I as plantation police.
Mrs. Taylor, wife of Civil Engineer
Taylor arrived on the S. 8. Maui on a
Attorney J. L. Coke was a passenger to
Kailua per S. S. Mauua Loa Tuesday
Peter Sullivan of Honolulu was a pas
sengers to Maui per Kinau Tnesday even
ing. , W. II. Bobbit, representing the von
Hamm Young Co. is calling on the Maui
J. E. .Rogers, of Hilo, is visiting Maui
in the interest of Rogers Combination
Mrs. Fanny Simpson of Paia is spend
ing the summer at the settlement house,
Captain of Police Harry Copp was a
passenger to Honolulu by the S. S. Maui
Genial Billy Green of M. Phillip & Co.
will boon Maui this week looking after
the intJsts of his firm.
Manager J. A. Scott and family left for
Honolulu, Wednesday en route to the
coast for a two months' vacation.
R. Anderson, manager of the Nahiku
Rubber Co. was a caller at Wailuku Wed
nesday en route to Honolulu.
Mr. John Guild of Alexander and Bald
win Honolulu, accompanied by his
daughter is visiting friend on Maui.
Dr. Waterhouse of the Nahiku Rubber
Co. arrived on the Maui Saturday after
an extended trip to Singapore.
Manuel Perreira and wife, Misses M.
and P. Perry and Miss Helen Medeiro
are guests of Augustine and Mrs. Enos.
Principal C. E. Copeland of Wailuku
School and Mrs. Copeland were passen
gers to Honolulu by the Weduesdy's
Beats The Birth Record.
HILO, Aug. 17. Hana, a Hawaiian
wife of a Kailua Chinese gave birth to
one child on Thursday, two on Sunday,
one on Monday, two on Tuesday morning
and otie on Tuesday eveuiug. Noue of
the children lived.
The accident is much regretted at this
Miss Sperling of I'uunene Hospital, has
been quite ill the past Week.
Mr. Clark of the Experimental Station
returned by the Maui Wednesday.
Mr H. P. Baldwin was a passenger to
Mr. and Mrs. Threlfall are at present
occupying the mountain house."
Mr. aIl Mrs. Jas. Scptt of Kihei left
for Honolulu, by the Maui Wednesday.
W. P. L. Belt returned to Puunene,
Friday from a month's vacation at Ma
kawao. A new dynamo is being installed in
ruunetie Mill which will furnish light for
all the houses.
All the Maknwao polo players are hard
at work practicing for the games which
come off in Honolulu early in Septemker.
Tuesday evening a garden party was
held at the home of Mr. Hardy of Maka
wao. It was an ideal evening for the
party and everyone thoroughly enjoyed
A tennis tournament of mens singles
only has been arranged by the committee
of the Puunene Atheletic Association.
The first round will consist of six
matches, the best two out of three sets.
One match to be played every evening,
but Sunday, beginning Thursday, Aug.
A railroad accident occurred at Tim
nene, Monday morning which resulted
in the death of one Japanese and the
injury of two others. One of the locomo
tives while coming down a steep grade
abovj? the mill and pushing a car of
laborers, stiuck a slippery curve. The
brakes were immediately -set but in some
way the car was thrown from the track.
One of the'nien in falling struck his ix ad
on a stone facturing his s'ull and died
instantly. Two other were injured, one
having a leg broken in several places and
the other receiving a badly mashed foot.
Both injured men were at once taken
to the Hospital and at last accounts were
getting on well.
At the coroners inquest the jury
brought in a verdict of death caused by
the accidental derailment of a car. No
blame being attacked to the engineer.
The plantation will provide for the
dead man's family and will take care of
those itb.the Hospital as long as they are
unable to work.'
MArLES At Wailuku, Maui, to the
wife of Dr.. W. L. Maples, a daughter.
Met With A Serious. Accident.
Superintendent R. W. Filler of the
Kahului Railroad met with a serious
accident last Monday which .will compel
him to take a forced rest for a" Jew' days
Mr. Filler was inspecting the work on
the nw spur which is being put in from
the main line to the Wailuku Sugar Co.
At a point opposite the K. of P. build
ing the track-was temporarily built on
trestle, and in turning round Mr. Filler
missed his footing causing him to fall
some eight feet, landing on his back on
a pile of rock. Assistance was at hand
but he was able to walk to the wholesale
house, and from there was taken to Ma-
Dr. Weddick was immediately called
and upon examination found that while
there were no bones broken or apparent
internal injuries, the muscles of the back
and fore arm are badly wrenched which
will require absolute quiet and rest for a
few days. Mr. Filler after having his arm
cared for was conveyed to his home at
1 LB, TINS
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Mew China wap
iur inc 1 aoi
9 inch Cake Stands, Fancy each 5(C
IT begins to look as tho the infant
Czarevitch might have a chance to grow
up to be a good and useful private citizen.
The Chicago News.
Gen. Leonard Wood has returned to
the United States in order to give the
younger Moros a chance to grow up with
their country. The Chicago Tribune.
It is now impossible to induce Southern
negroes to go to Chicago as strike
breakers. The watermelon season has
opened in Dixie. The Atlanta Constitution.
The Mikado would doubtless prefer to
have peace declared while the Russian
Government controls enough resources
to meet an indemnity. The Washington
TENDERS FOR SUPPLYING TARO.
Sealed Tenders for the supply of Taro
for Lahainaluna Seminary will be re
ceived at the office of the Department of
Public Instruction, Honolulu, up to
Saturday, August 26, 1905, 10 A. M. The
bidders must be prepared to furnish a
satisfactory . bond for One Thousand
Dollars, for the continued and regular
delivery of the taro. Further Informa
tion can be obtaiued 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 22, 1905.
Aug. 12, 19, 26.
9 inch "
8 inch "
9 inch Fruit Dishes " G5c.
" Oral Fancy..,
41-inch Sauce Pishes 1 doz 1.20c.
41-inch " " .." " OOc.
8 inch Picklq Dishes each 30c.
8 inch Berry " 20c.
Salt and Popper Shaker, Fancy 2 for 15c.
(1 ( Plain " " "
Tooth pick Holders " "
Fancy Vinegar Bottles each iiOc.
" Oil " " 25c.
Cream Pitchers " 25c
Syrup " " 25c.
1 Piece Sr-ta lsiUor. Dish, Creamer, Sugar "
Bowl and Sjooii Holdei. ; ...'....set I.
Olive Dishes .each I5c.
ni. 1 r, .
1iiumoer eis. . , .. ....... . .set O.OO
I . It f
i l 3.0C
Large Assortment Vases at all prices. t
Fancy Decoruted Parlor Lamps each 4.5C
Tin Cups. . . .
.. " 7.5C
... " 40c
2 for Sc
1111 uuspatiore each 15p
A Large Line of Goods too numerou