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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
, TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS
Ron. A N. Kepotkat, Circuit Judge, Wlluu
Edmund H.Hart. Clerk Cirouit Court Wslluku
Judge W. A. MoKaj Dlst. Magistrate, Walluku
" J. Reotrd " " Lahatn
" Chaa. Copp, - " " Makawao
" Kunukau, " " Honuaula
" J. Kalama, " ' Han
" Plimanu, ' " Klpahulu
" McCorrigton " " Molokal
" Kahoobalanala, " ' Lanat
W. T. Koblnson, Ta Atsuasor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Depot; Aaaeaaor Wallukn
A. F. Tavarea Fala
O. Punn, " ' Lahaina
M. H. Keuter, " " Hana
Wm. Henning, Supervisor, Cbalrmun Lahalna
Sheriffs Clerk Walluku
W. H. Cornwall.
T. M. Church, '
J. H. Halualanl, 1
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Cnae,
L. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Kaae, I
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff
v. k. Liinasay,
J. H. Mahoe,
Monday is Labor Day.
St. Anthony's school opens on Tues
day, September 5th.
' Pilot Nicholson bought the wreck
Today, Sept. 2, is the day on which
the great London fire of l(iC6 began.
The road work in the various por
tions of Maul is progressing tapidly.
Get your printing and book bind
ing done at the "Home Industry
Old newspapers, suitable for pan
try shelving at 25 cents per hundred
at the Maui News office.
All persons desiring piano 1 ssons
in private should communicate with
Miss Sheffield of Maunaolu Seminary.
The officers of the Maul Land Co.
Ltd., who will serve during the en
suing year is published in this issue.
C. Akuna, administrator (o the es
tate of Kaaiai (w) late of Wailuku,
Maui has a notice to creditors in this
Finger boards imitating the uni
versal key board of a type witer have
' been introduced at St. Anthony's
Mrs. Carnagie of the M&ui Hotel
has rented the VViudsor Hotel pre
mises to be run in conjunction with
the Maul Hotel.
Advices have been received in Wai
luku that the Acetylene gasj)lant of
the K. of P. Hall has been shipped
from New York.
The Cremo 5 cents ciear is made
of tue choicest materials and gives
. marvellous satisfaction. H. Hack
feld & Co. are distributors.
A second hand Remington type
writer in good condition is offered for
sale cheap for cash. See classified
advertisement iu this issue.
The new county offices have been
embellished with handsome golo and
black signs denoting the various
county official's headquarters.
The Wednesday ferry was crowded
to its capacity. A large number of
the passengers were young people of
Maui returning to school at Honolulu.
St. Anthony's, school has installed
Na full set of physical culture appura
tus for t'se of the pupils, and which
will be a part of their school train
The Haiku Fruit and Packing Co.
commence their shipments of this
seasons crop of "Hawaiian" Pine
apples to the coast by the next
All the public and private schools
on Maui, with the exception of Mau
naolu Seminary,, which opens on the
13th., will commence the fall term
on September 5th.
The Maui Publishing Co. will short
ly move its plant to more spacious
quarters on High Street, midway be
tween the Maui Hotel, the Enos com
er and the Court House.
W. T. Robinson proprietor of the
Wailuku Market is building new pens
trying-out rooms, etc., all to be on
approved modern sanitary plans, on
the beach between Wailuku and Ka
hului. The grounds in front of main offices
rr thA Kahului Railroad Co. at Ea
hulul have a much improved and at
tractive appearance. Afeawallhas
been erected and the grounds planted
The fall term of Maunaolu Seminary
ill becrin on Wednesday, September
, 13. Parents who wish to send their
daughters should communicate at
once with Miss Heusuer, principal at
H. P. Wood at one time Hawaiian
Consul at San Diego, California, will
succeed . M. Boyd as Secretary of
the Hawaiian Promotion Assocla
tion and J. Gordon Spencer as secre
tary of the Chamber of Commerce of
Major Milsaps who is making bis
farewell tour of the islands prior to
his return to San Francisco, will ar
rive. on the Eiuau Tuesday and will
hold forth at the local headquarters
of the Salvation Army Wednesday
evening. Thursday evening service
Edward Dunn returns to St. Louis
College this week.
The Misses Choy will resume their
studies in Honolulu.
Performances were given at the Ja
panese Theater last week.
Mrs. Rebecca Taylor and Eva returned
to Honolulu this week.
The appearance of the Courthouse Park
has been considerably improved.
The Sunday base ball games continue
to attract numerous spectators.
Dr. Franklin Burt was entertained at
Lahainaluna on Tuesday.
School Inspector King visited Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. McDonald recently.
Postmaster Waal has installed a fine
new Typewriter in the Post Office.
Carpenters are building a store for a
shoemaker, opposite C. Ah Nee 'a.
Miss rihi, the teacher, has been ill
this week, at the home of Rev. S. Kapu.
Nine of the Lahainaluna boys have
remained on the hill, during the vaca
tion. Mr. J. J. Newcombe gave a dinner at the
Pioneer Hotel last Sunday in honor of
Mrs. Crozier has been successfully
operated on by Dr. Artnitage of Wailuku,
assisted by Dr. Neuomia.
Dr. J. L. B. Pratt of Honolulu and C. B.
Cockett are assisting Dr. Franklin Burt
in sanitary inspection.
Mrs. J. J. Newcombe and Mrs. Annie
Mulvaney were entertained one day this
week at the home of Mrs. A. Aalberg.
At Kahoolawe a little girl's foot was
injured by a rolling stone a few days ago.
She was brought to Lahaina for treat
ment. Mrs. Rosecraris and her two daughters
were at Lahainaluna last week. Dr. Burt
was acquainted with the family in Ohio,
several years ago.
It is excepted that the new principal of
the Lahaina Kindergarten will arrive on
September 8, and the next school term
will commence on the following Monday.
The Wo Hung Kong See Association
is now an incorporated institution; with
a capital stock Of $io,ooo, and the right
to increase to $50,000. On Thursday and
Friday evenings of last week there was a
joyful celebration by the Society, with
flying colors and a gong symphony. On
Sunday evening the festivities were con
tinued. The members of the Association
are very charitable among their needy
- PERSONAL MENTION.
C. H. Brown was a Helene passenger
Baliff George Sea was registered at the
Maui Hotel Wedneday.
Rev. Father Stevens was a passenger
per S. S. Maui Wednesday.
The Missea Peplowski retuned to school
iu Honolulu by the S. S. Maui.
Robert Wallace and wife of Kona ar
rived at the Maui Hotel Thursday evening-
J. H. Fuller, representing the Honolu
lu Iron Works is registered at the Maui
George Klugel, representing The von
Hanim Young Co. is calling on the
Civil Engineer Howell of the Public
Works Department left last evening for a
business trip to Honolulu.
Tiwltrf. T.vle A. Dickev was a rettiratncr
passenger to Honolulu by the Wednesday
Mrs. G. B. Robertson expects to leave
for her new home on Oahu about the
middle of September.
T. T. Crawley, of the Hawaiian Ferti
lizer Works returned to Honolulu by tne
S. S. Alaui from Lanaina.
Hon. W. O. Smith was a passenger to
Wailuku, by the str. Helene Thursday.
He returned to Honolulu by the Mauna
Wm. Green, "Genial Billy" of M
Phillips & Co. has been on Central Maui
this week looking after the interests of
E. D. Baldwin of Hilo stopped off at
Wailuku Thursday evening en route to
Honolulu by the Mauna Loa to visit his
brothers and sisters.
Manuel Picanco of J. C. Picanco &
Bros, was a passenger by the Maui, Wed'
nesday in answer to a wireless summon'
ing him to Honolulu.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin and wife of the
First National Bank of Wailuku were
passengers to Honolulu by the Mauna
last Thursday evening.
Mrs. W. H. Cornwell and sister Miss
Agnes Buchanan were passengers to Ho
nolulu bv the Str. Maui Wednesdav. Mrs.
CornWell will visit her mother and sisters.
Sealed tenders will be received at the
Wailuku Jail until Saturday, September
i, 1905, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the sup
plying of Nos. 1 and a Beef and Pork to
the Wailuku Jail for the term of four
months ending December 31, 1905. The
right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
DAVID CROWELL, Jailor.
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. I, 1905. 3 it.
I In pursuance to the requirements of
Act 74 of the Session Laws of 1905, IT IS
HEREBY ORDERED that the names of
persons to serve and act as Grand and
Trial Jurors in the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, for
the October Term, 1905, will be drawn in
the Courthouse at Wailuku, Island and
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on
Wednesday, the 13th day of September,
By order of the Court,
(Seal.) Edmund H. Hart,
Wailuku, Maui, September I, 1905.
Feast of Lady of Lorcnto-
Rev. Father Stephen who has been on
a visit to Maui and left Wednesday to
open his school in Honolulu, will return
on the 13th and hold a three days mis
sion in Makawao.
On the 17th will occur the Feast of the.
Ladv of Lorento, for wnich elaborate
preparations are being made, as large
crowds trout central Maui are excepted.
Will Re-Establish Foreign
Wailuku will in the course of a month
be the proud possessor of another english
Rev. Dr. Dodge of Warren, Mass. , has
been sent out by the Board of Missions
and acting under the Hawaiian Board
will reopen the old foreign church on
Hi it a Street. .
Dr. Warren paid Wailuku a preliminary
visit last week being tne guest ot Aiana
ger C. B. Wells who will be active in the
opening 01 tne murcn.
Kveninir'sf rvices oulv will be held and
the church will be conducted on the same
lines as the Central Union of Honolulu
being open to persons of all creeds who
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Tenders For Supplies.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Dr. and Mrs. Dine&ar are expected to
arrive in Honolulu by Mongolia Friday.
Miss Irene Crook after an extended
visit to the mainland returned by the
Last Thursday evening Mrs. Dora Von
Tempsky gave a very pleasant card party
to a few of her fxiends at Puun-tlei.
Contractor Green is pushing the work
on the Puunene School house as rapidly
as possible. Two carpenters came up from
Honolulu to assist him. The contract
calls for the buildings to be completed
jy Sept. 14th.
The last match of the men's singles
tournament at Puunene was played Tues
day evening with George Henderson a
winner. The score of the games from
last Wednesday to date are as follows:
Thompson and Williams 6-3, 6ro.
Henderson and Ault 0-5, b-4.
Nickelson and Lougher 6-3, 6-5.
Henderson and Thomson 6-3, 6-4.
Henderson and Nickelsen 6-1, 6-4.
Last Saturday evenine a delightful
luau was tendered Miss Nancy Daniels at
her home in Puunene.
At 7:30 the guests sat down to a table
tastefully decorated and bountifully laden
with all the Hawaiian delicacies. Dur
ing the repast the Puunene Glee Club
furnished some nne Hawaiian music
which added greatly to the enjoyment
of the occasion. Later the rooms were
cleared and dancing indulged in to a late
This was one of the most pleasant luaus
that has been given for many months.
Miss Nancy returns to Honolulu witntbe
good wishes of her many friends here.
Aftermath of Spartan Wreck.
The last week has been one of uncer
tainly for the crew of the ship Spartan.
Rumors and counter rumors were rife as
to the final disposition of the wreck: but
Tuesday matters began to shape them
selves so that by Wednesday lorenoon
everything was ready for the closing of
the negotiations which have been in pro
gress for the last ten days.
not isicnoison 01 &.anuiui is now tne
probable last owner of the Spartan hav
ing bought the ship as she was abandon
ed on the reef off Spreokelsville, togeth
er with what may remain of the original
1900 tons of coal.
Captain Flym, still retains possession
for the owners of the extra sails, rigging,
compasses, stores and ships boats.
Wednesday forenoon the crew was paid
off in full and transportation given them
on the S. S. Maui to Honolulu.
Has An Improved Appearance.
The lock boxes of the Wailuku Post
Office have just had a thorough overhaul
ing; new coat of paint and briglit
new nickel numbers being placed on
them, thus giving an improved appear
ance to the "Postoffice" corner.
Makes Bribery Charge.
Paia, Maui, Aug. 31st. 1905.
Editor Maui News: In Kahului there
is a great gambling going on every day
which is called the "Lottery Ticket."
I sent these tickets up to you to indi
cates the sample what they are gambling
now. Also there is a bribery between
the officers and gamblers.
Hoping that you will advertise in the
paper to notify the government to prohi
bits the gambles.
' FROM SAIN FRANCISCO
PER STEAMER NEBRASKAN
A full line of the following brands of cigars
Manuel Lopez Bock & Co.
Principe de Gales Sanchez & Haya
And the celebrated Porto Rlcan cigar
which w are now offering at 5 Cents and which is the equal of any 10c cigar on
ELECTION OF OFFICERS..
At the Annual meeting of the Maui
lanrl Pnmruinv I .til. held August It.
1905 the following officers were elected
to serve during tue ensuring year;
Pun Teuni. President.
Yeong Yung, Secretary and Treasures
. Young long, Auditor
YEONG YUNG, Secretary.
Maui Land Company Ltd.
Wailuku, Maui Aug. 15, 1905.
Also a fine line of
of the best manufacture.
Wo are now ready to begin our
and before commencing the work a large portion of our present stock
MUST BE CLOSED OUT.
Wo will therefore continue the sale of
And in addition wo will again offer a lino of
)VIr'c Dnntc iiifc nnrl nnHAimman
Assuring our customors that prices on everything offered is lower than has ever been
niado on goods of equal quality.
Wo mean business and a visit to the store will convince you
This is your chance.
Don't fail to tako adventago of it.
will be held at the Cbapel, ivahuiui,