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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Ron. A IV. Kepolkal, Circuit Judga, Walluiu
Edmund H.Hart. Clerk Clroult Court. Walluku
Judgt W. A. MoKaj Dlit. Maglalrata, Walluku
" 3. Reoartt " " Labalna
' Chas. Copp, " Makawao
" Kunukaa, 11 ' Honuaula
" J. Kalama, Hana
" Pllmanu, " Ktpabulu
" MoCorrUton 11 ' Molokal
11 Kanoohalanala, " Lanal
W. T. Robinion, Til Aiaeaaor Walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Asaeaaor Walluku
A. V. Tavarea Pala
O. Punn, " Labalna
M. H. Reuter, " Hana
Wm. Hennlng. SuperTlaor. Ubalrman Lahalna
vv. n. Cornwall,
T. M. CJburob,
J. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyera,
D. H. Case,
L. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Raae,
Sheriffs Clerk Walluku
T. Clark, Deputy Sberlfl
u. K. L.indsay,
Edgar Morton, "
J. H. Maboe,
Poundmaster Suiffen has a notice
in this issue.
Mrs. Poole, a dressmaker has a
card in this issue on page 1.
Read advertisement of the Maples
Drug Co. on page 2 of this issue.
A. N. Sanford, graduate optician
will quickly repair your glasses.
Monday, September 4, is a legal
holiday. See By Authority adv. in
The next meeting of the Supervi
sors will take place on Tuesday,
The well known race horse De
fender, is offered for sale. See classi
fied adv. in this issue.
A sale of unbroken horses and
mules will be held on September 2nd
at the Bismark Stables.
The Niws is indebted the Mate
Barmann and L. Kaessel of the
Spartan for courtesies extended.
The public schools of the Territory
will open for the fall term on Tues
day, Sept. 5, Monday being 'Labor
Primo Lager is unrivalled in ex
cellence and as a home product
deserves the unqualified support of
the entire community.
Nineteen polo ponies were sent to
Honolulu by the Mam Wednesday
for the September polo match games
between Maui and Oahu.
Miss. Helen Medeiros of Spreckels
ville was united in marriage to Louis
Perry of Honolulu, St. Anthony's
church last Thursday evening.
J. A. M. Johnson, 8"ccessors to the
Peason and Potter Co., have some
thing to say regarding system in the
office. Read their ad in this issue.
Aujjustine Enos, Jr., was host to
a dinner at the Maui Hotel last
Thursday evening to Louis Perry of
Honolulu and Miss Helen Medeiros
The August number of the Para
dise of the-Pacific has an excellent
article entitled "The Guardians of
our Fielus and Forests" from the pen
of Eleanor Langton, and an article
on rubber cultivation by Jared bmith.
Augustine Enos, Jr.,. and wife
gave a very deitgnuui luau lasi oun
dav afternoon at the home of T. B
Lyons, the occasion being the second
Kiniversary of the birthday of their
For the first time in twenty-five
years Captain Simerson of the steam
er Mauna Loa is taking a vacation.
The vessel will be taken on ner re
gular run next Triday by Captain
Sam Thompson of the W. 0. Hall.
Mow Sing and eight other Chinese
of Lahalna have filed an application
with the Treasurer for a charater for
a mutual relief society under the
name of Wo Hunir Kee. The capitol
stock Is $10,000 with a privilege of
extension to au,uuu.
Taxes Due Walluku Dletrlct.
Tfae Deputy Tax Assessor of Wailuku
has Just finished a compilation of the
assessed valuation of taxes for Wailuku
district for the year 1905, from which the
following has been gathered:
Total assessed valuation of
real estate, 1905.. f 4,665,194 00
Total assessed valuation of
' personal property, 1905 3.513,649 00
I 7,160,943 00
Total assissed valuation of
7. 00 at I per
cent v-7.699 43
Total of specific taxes in
cluding carriages, carts,
drays, bicycles, dog,
poll, road and school...
Grand total due - J 9M94 8
Miss Voting returns to Honolulu this
Rev. O. P. Emerson was In town on
There is a promising nucleus for a Cun
Club in Lahalna. ,
Dr. Burt has improved the condition of
several unsanitary places in this town.
Mrs. Taylor, Eva and Helen have re
turned from a pleasant excursion to Mo
lokai. Robert E. Cockett was in town last
week. He is working for Mr. Gay on
Mr. E. Kruse's handsome cup for the
Base Ball Club may be seen at the
Miss Payne returned to Makawao on
Monday, taking a trip in the automobile
as far as Wailuku.
The ship Drummuir has arrived at
Kaanapali, with a8oo tons of coal from
Newcastle, for the Pioneer Plantation.
Captain Armstrong is accompanied by
On August 18 a luau was given at the
residence of Judge Kahaulelio, in honor
of Miss Myra Heleluhe, a lady who often
travels with the Queen.
Last Saturday noon the old fish market
was sold at auction, with the understand
ing that the building is to be removed
within a week. Judge Kalua secured
the property for $115.
A concert was given at Wainee last
Saturday evening, for the benefit of the
church. On Sunday morning special
Sunday School exercises were held under
the direction of Pastor S. Kapu and
Associate Pastor D. W.'K. White. The
classes were examined in their studies.
Visitors were present from Kaanapali
Judge Lyle A. Dickey was a Wailuku
caller en route to Haiku.
Attorney J. L. Coke returned from
Kailua by the Manna Loa.
Lorrin Andrews, ex-sheriff of Hawaii
is visiting his many friends on Maui.
R. R. CaUon, of Catton Neil & Co. of
Honolulu arrived on Maui per Kinau.
Fred S. Stoltz, wife and daughter paid
Wailuku a visit the forepart of the week
en route to Honolulu.
Immigration Inspector F. M. Bechtel
paid Wailuku a flying visit the forepart
of the week.
W. A. Bailey, sugar boiler at Waitnea,
Kauai, is paying Wailuku a visit and re
Dr. Jones, representing the W. P.
Fuller & Co. paint house was Maui
call the first of the week.
H. B. Weller, was a passenger to
Honolulu last Wednesday. Mr. Weller
will manage the Maui team of polo
Judge G. B. Robertson was a passenger
to Honolulu by the S. S. Maui. The
Judge goes to look after his newly
acquired land interests on Oahu.
M. S. Botelho of Honokaa, who has
been studying law at the Central Nor
mal College at Danville, Indiana, for the
past three years has applied for admis
sion to practice before the Supreme
Illmaa Win Out.
Lahaina, Auk. ai. The league game
last Sunday, Aug. 13, between the Ilimas
ana Pioneer resulted as usual in a victory
of the former by a score of 8 to 2.
The supporters of the red and white
(Pioneer) were already leaving the
grounds at the seventh inning, but an
unexpected error by the rightfield of the
black and gold turned the tide and two
Pioneers crossed the plate.
The game was a good one and much
ability was shown by the players of both
sides; the interesting feature of the game
was the two double plays by the Ilimas.
Old "Cy," the pitcher of the black
and gold, did excellent work, while the
fitcher of the red and white won his
atirels by having five wild throws
chalked to his credit.
The Ilimas got 14 base hits and made
3 errors, while the Pioneers got 13 base
hits and made 6 errors.
Runs by innings:
Pioneers 00000002 1
Breakwater For Kahulul.
HONOLULU. Aug. M.The contract
for the construction M breakwater at
Kahului harbor has been let by Alexander
and Baldwin. The Hawaiian Dredging
Company, is to do the work. The com
pany will commence work about the
latter part of next March and expects to
have the work finished within six months'
time. The breakwater will be 3,000 feet in
length and will be built so as to protect
the harbor from the strong northeast
blows. The harbor is to be dredged out
to depth of 33 feet and this debris will
be used to construct the breakwater, it
may be necessary to first build a retain
ing wall of stone back of the debris wall.
This stone will be taken from the plants
ttons about Kahului.
It does seem like the great weakness
of the Russian empire lies in the fact
that it can not mobilize trootis like it
can mobilize mobs. The Atlanta Journal.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Matt McCann is at present is working
for the H. C. & S. Co.
Miss Lemmon of Kamehameha school
is visiting Miss Heusner at Maunaolu'
Mr. Daniel Quill the efficient and popu
lar policeman, is taking a couple Of weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Keeney left Tues
day night for a trip to Hawaii and the
Miss Wrenn recently arrived from
California to take a position as stenogra
pher in Kahului Store.
R. M. Overend has resigned his posi
tion with the H. C. & S. Co. and leaves
by the Kinau Friday for Honolulu.
During Miss Sheffield's absent in Hono
lulu, Miss M. Mosser acted as organist at
the Makawao church last Sunday.
P. O. Sullivan of Honolulu came up
Saturday to help Mr. Green in the erec
tion of the Puunene school house.
Mrs. A. S. Prescott accompanied by
her sister and brother, left for Honolulu,
Wednesday to spend a few weeks.
Mr. F. F. Baldwin left Friday for Ho
nolulu. Mr. Baldwin will play on the
Maui Polo team in the games to be play
ed in Sept.
A mountain party consisting of Mrs.
Gillus, Miss Gillus, Mrs. Dr. Sabey,
Miss Glady Sabey, Mr. and Mrs. Carley,
and Messrs. Martinsen, Brwoning E.
Vincent and Hamilton made up a moun
tain party to Haleakala last week. The
ladies of the party left Paia on Friday
evening spending the night at Olinda
where they were joined by the men
folks. The party was divided E. Vin
cent acting as guide for one partv and A.
Martinsen for the other.
The first round of the men's single
tournament held at Puunene was com
pleted Wednesday evening. Following
are the scores of games to date
B. Thomson and W. Wescoatt..6-i, 6-0
J. N. S. Williams and W. P. L. Bett
Wm. Ault and H. I. Shoemaker
G. B. Henderson and Wm. McGerrow
T. Nickelsen and A. C. Betts 6-0, 6-0
W. 'Lougher and E. C. Campbell..6-i, 6-5
The semi finals and finals are yet to be
played. This tournament is being held
merely to classify the players and will be
followed by a tournament allowing
handicaps and a prize to be presented to
At a special meeting of the Puunene
Atheletic Association held Tuesday even
ing Aug. 22 the constitution and by laws
of the association were thoroughly dis
cussed and amended. It was decided to
hold monthly meetings on the second
Monday in every month and the annual
meeting on the second Monday in Sept.
at which time the officers of the associa
tion will be elected for the coming year.
There will be three classes of members;
active, associate and honorary. Active
members are those in the employ of the
H. C. & S. Co. and any of its branches
whoare in good standing. Associate mem
bers are those who wish to join but will
have no vote on association matters.
Honorary, those who have helped the
association by gift or otherwise.
PERRY MEDEIROS, At St. Antho
ny's Church, Wailuku, Aug. 24, 1905,
by the Rev. Father Julian, Miss
Helen Medeiros of Spreckelsville to
Louis A. Perry ot Honolulu.
All Territorial Offices will be closed on
Monday, September 4th, Labor Day,
which is a legal holiday.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Thk Executive Building,
Honolulu, August 3ist, 1905.
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 obtained from C. A. Mc
Donald, Principal, Lahainaluna. The
department does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any ma
J. M. DA'IS,
Superintendent Public Instruction,
Honolulu, August 22, 1905.
Aug. 12, 19, 26.
All persons are hereby notified that the
location of the pound in the district of
Kula, county of Maul has been changed
to Kohio, Kula. The new pound in the
opinion of most of the residents of the
District is more convienent and accessi
ble than the old one.
The present pound is about a quarter
of a mile below the government road
joining the residence of K. K. Sniffen.
N. K. SNIFFEN,
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION
A LINE OF FINISHING BRAIDS
in White and Colors
heard of before ran'inj from
Dry goods, Ladies underwear. Hosiery amKmany
mentioned in this advertisement.
Thanking you for past purchases, we respectfully ask you to
continue as before.
E Kuai aku ana Makou ina
NA HA1NAKA WAHINE
Keokeo, Kalakoa i humu wili ia
Na ai-kala ona wahine mai ka mil aka liilii
Mai 10c ahiki $2.50
Na kaliki wahine he emi loa no $2.50. mamua
Halekuai o Kahului
WILL OFFER A FINE LINE
Torchon, Allover Flounce
a line of
in Swiss and Muslin
Collars and Collarettes and
10c to $2.50 NOTE THIS
Waist for $2.50
I ko kumu kuai niakepono loa
we will show
Ladies' Waists at prices never
and think about it.
other articles, that can't be