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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
, TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS
Hon. A M. Kcpoikal, Circuit Juflfta, WalluKU
Kilniunrt H. Hurt. Clork Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Maulntriile, Walluku
" J. Rcearil ' " I-ahalna
" Chan. Oopp, " " Makawao
" Kunukaa, " ' Honuaula
" J. Kalaina, " ' Han
" Ptlmnmi, ' " " Klpahulu
" McCorrlHton " ' Molokal
" Kahoohalanala, " ' ' Lanal
W. T. Kohiuaun, T AMcjsor walluku
i. N. K. Keola, Deputy Ansensor Walluku
A. F. Tavares Paia
O. Dunn, ' . Lahaina
M. H. Kuutftr, ' " Hna
Wm. HennlnK, SuporvlHor, Chairman Lahnlna
W. H. ComwiiU, " 'Walluku
T. M. Church, " Mukawao
J. H. Halunlanl, " Hana
T. T. Meyers, " Molokal
I). H. fuse, County Attorney
I.. M. Haldwln, Treasurer
ChaH. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaae, Clerk
Wm. Saflnry, Sheriff Walluku
l'dw. Riigors, ShnrillH Clerk Wiilluku
T. Clark, Doputy Sherill Walluku
C. R. Lindsay, " " Lahalna
Fdgar Morion, '! ' Mukawao
F. Wltlrock, " " . Hana
t. H. Mahon, ' " Molokal
Dr. Maples has reopened his "up
town" drug store.
Ground was broken Thursday
morning for the new Wailuku Sugar
C. II. Brown of Honolulu is on
Maui buying up old mills, wrought
The corner of- High and Main
streets, .Wailuku, is known 89'the
A slight earthquake was felt in
Wailuku Wednesday morning at 9
nine minutes past nine.
A new line of canned goods and
'"groceries are due today by the str.
Nevadan for the Kahului Store.
The Wailuku Improvement Asso
ciation will hold its regular monthly
meeting on next Thursday evening.
A large sized porcelain bath in perl
feet condition is offered for sale. Ap
ply to Business office of the News.
September 8, 1900 is the day on
which occured the disastrous tornado
dl Galveston in which hundreds of
lives were lost.
A reunion of the Medciros family of
Maui of which Joaquin Medeiros of
Makawao is the progenitor was held
The Kahului Store is in receipt of
a new assertment of disc records,
among which is that of the great
The full term of the Hawaiian
Evangalic Association of Maui, Molo
kai and Lanai will be held at Wailuku
Maui on Friday September 15.
The Maui Dry Goods and Grocery
Co. will open a branch store on Mar
ket Street Wailuku, A full line of
men furnishing goods will be carried.
President McKinley, was assassi
nated four years ago last Wednesday
while attending the Pan Ameaican
exposition at Buffalo.
Attention is called to the dates of
ailing between island ports, Puget
Sound and San Francisco of the
steamers Nevadan and Nebraskan,
El Toro cigars bave caught on.
So says the salesmen at Kahului
Store, and they should know, for
they do all the selling. It is a five
It is desired that all members of
the Ladies Guild of Wailuku should
be present at a meeting to beheld on
Tuesday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs.
G, B. Robertson, ,
There is something about Kinloch
Paint in this issue to interest those
contemplating outward improvement
The Kahului Railroad and Kahului
Store are distributors for Maui.
The Hawaiian Promotion Commit
tee is having photographs of the
rubber plantations of the Nabiku dis
trict taken to be included in a hand
book to be published shortly.
The Alexandei Settlement Kinder
garden will open Monday September
11 at 9 o'clock a. m. Parents having
children between the ages or three
and six are invited to send them.
Rev. Ezera of "St. Paul" fame
broke out again last Saturday night
and was booked for an "ascension"
before a large audience of believers,
but as he in someway missed connec
tions he is still in the land of the
Work of remodeling the quarters
to be occupied by the News is steadi
ly going forward and it is expected
the Niwa will be "at home" by Oct.
1st and will have installed additional
job machinery and a complete book
bindery, and machine for special rul
ed cftice-blacks and- books.
hen the steamer Claudine leaves
the Union Iron Works she will be
practically a. new vessel, for the re
pairs and overhauling she is receiv
ing, at a cost of perhaps $75,000,
include new decks, new boilers, ad
ditional staterooms, renewal of the
shell plating, and an overhauling of
engines and auxiliary machinery.
Dr. J. S. B. Tratt returned to Honolulu
Chang Chong has resumed his studies
at the Honolulu High School.
Performances have been continued this
week at the Japanese theatre.
While Mrs. Ford was in Honolulu, Mr.
Robinson assisted in the Emporium.
The Rev. Dr. Dodge of Wailuku is
spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Duriag the month of August there
were fifty-two steamer calls at Lahaina.
This exceeds all previous records.
The little girl who was injured last
week at Kahoolawe has had an attack of
lockjaw, but is recovering.
Miss E. R. A. Hose has returned to the
Katnehameha School, where she is mak
ing rapid progress in musical studies.
Mr. Flack, of Park College, Missouri,
arrived on the Maui, Saturday morning,
and has taken up work in one of the de
The Lahainaluua School opened on
Tuesday with lol students. The teachers
were obliged to place a number of ap
plicants on a waiting list, as there may
be vacancies later on. It is not possible
to take any more pupils at present.
Monday being a holiday, the autuniual
term of the Lahaina School commenced
on Tuesday. Principal Dickenson reports
an attendance of 186 pupils on the first
day. In according with the new regula
tions, the American flag is displayed dur
ing school hours.
Mr. and Mrs. David K. A. Hayselden
arrived from Ksu, Hawaii, last week. A
general invitation was extended to their
many friends in this town, and a very
pleasant reception was held at the palace
homestead on Friday evening, Sept. I,
Among those present were Mr. Balen
tine, who acted as floor manager, Post
master Waal, Dr. Davison, Dr. Burt, Dr.
Pratt of Honolulu, Mr. Freeland, Mr.
Rondahl, Mr. and Mrs. Searle, Jr., Mrs.
Aalberg, Mrs. Decoto, Mrs. Kohler, Mrs.
Cummings, Mr. and. Mrs. Dow and
daughters, Mrs. Davison, Mr. and Mrs.
Rabinowitz, Mr. Waiaholo, Mr. and Mrs.
Halvorsen, Mrs. Mnssman, Mrs. Vetel-
sen, Miss Rachel Hayselden, Mr. and
Mrs. David K. A. Hayselden and several
others. Tae Lahaina Quintet Club fur
nished vocal and instrumental music.
Shortly before midnight refreshments
were served. Dancing continued until
2 a. m. of the following day, when steam
ers arrived bringing additional friends of
the Hayselden family, and a large amount
of mail matter. Postmaster Waal very
kindly distributed the mail as rapidly as
possible, and many of the guests received
their letters between two and three
o'clock in the morning.
C. II. Brown was Mauna
passenger to Maui Tuesday.
W. E. Shaw, of the firm of Axtel
and Shaw ia' calling on the Maui
Rev. E. W. Thwing returned to
Honolulu per S. S. Maui Wednes
Manager Elmer E. Paxtan of the
Sugar Factors Limiteci arrived on
Maui Tuesday evening.
Tax Assessor,' W. T. Robinson
was a passenger to Honolulu by the
S- S. Maui Wednesday.
Mrs. Fanny M. Simpson of Paia is
again in Wailuku at the Alexander
Miss Ayers will open the kinder
garten in the Alexander House for
the coming term Monday morning.
Dr. and Mrs Dinegar returned
from an extended trip to the Atlan
tic seaboard by the Maui last Satur
Miss Ayers returned to Wailuku
Saturday morning from Honolulu
where she ha3 been spending the
Miss Akiau Ontai who has been
spending the vacation in Honolulu
has returned to Wailuku and re
suined her duties in the public
A. Garcia, of the Maui Dry Goads
and Grocery Co. who went to Houo
lulu last Thursday on business con
nected with the firm returned Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. J N S.
Williams, R. W. and Mrs. Filler,
three children and maid, and
Mrs. Mist were passengers to Wai
luku per Seteamer Nevandan yes
Dr. Deas, who acted for Dr. Dine-
gar at Puune:ie Hospital during the
the latters visit to the East, has
succeeded Dr. McGettigan as rest
dent physician at Hana. Dr. Deas
was for many years police surgeon
of San Francisco.
Last Saturday evening Mrs. Mur-
dock gave a very pleasant card party
at her home in Paia for Mr. and Mrs.
White. The game Five Hundred was
played during the early part of the
evening. After refreshments were
served the guests njoyed a few good
tjfo steps and waltzes before taking
leave of their charming hostess.
About forty were present.
The regular Makawao Literary
was held at the home of H. P. Bald
win Friday evening Sept. 8th. A very
laughable firce was presented and
the characters were all well sustain
cd. Alto a few good musical num
bers were rendered.
The interest in Tennis is as great
as ever. The ladies of the Makawao
Tennis Club have arranged for a
tournament of ladies singles to be
played at the Sunny-Side grounds.
The first match will be played Satur
day afternoon, Sept. 9th.
Another tournament was begun at
Puuuene yesterday. This time the
players have been divided into two
classes, A and B, the winner of class
A to play the winner In class B with
This tournament promises to be
more interesting than the classifying
tournament as the players in both
classes are evenly matched. There
will probably bo some pretty close
The winner is to be presented with
a tennis racket. v
The drawings, which took place
Sept. 4, resulted as follows :
A. C. Betts vs. E. C. Campbell.
H. T. Shoemaker vs. Wm. Walsh.
W. P.IL. Bett vs.
J. T. Fan ton or
( Wm. McGerrow,
J. N. S. Williams vs. Wm. Lougher.
G. B. Henderson vs. T. Nickelsen.
Wm. Ault ys. J. B. Thomson.
Miss Rose Daniels is acting as sales
lady in Kahului Store.
The barley mill is in operation at
Puunene and has been proven quite
a success. A big shipment of whole
barley was received by last Nebras
kan and more is expected by the Ne
F. F, Baldwin and wife expect to
leave for a trip to the states as soon
as they can get away after the polo
Wailuku School Notes.
School opened on the 5th with an
attendance of about 150 pupils.
Mr. Copeland is organizing a class
Misses Etta Cummings and Angie
Mc Cann are among our new scholars.
The earthqua ke shock was felt very
strongly at the school house on Wed
During the summer Mr. Sylva the
ja nitor attended to the yard so that
now it is in good condition. i
About twenty. Chinese children
from Miss Turner's school have en
tered the public school.
CELEBRATION OF THE FEAST
OF OUR LADY OF LORKTTO
IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
MAKAWAO, ON SUNDAY,
The Rev. Stephen of Honolulu will
preach a mission in the Catholic
Church of Makawao on Wednesday,
Sept. lath, Thursday and Friday,
at 9 p. m.
On Sunday Sept. 17, th, at 8 a. m.
At 10:30 a. m. high Mass by the
Rev. Father Charles. After holy
mass the Rev. Father Stephen will
preach a sermon of circumstance.
At the end of the spiritual services,
a Fair will be held on the church
ground for the' benefit of a new
church at Makawao.
Persons wishing to contribute to
the fair can send their gifts to Rev,
Father Charles C M at Makawao.
The Fall Term of the Evangalio
Association of Maui, Molokai and
Lanai will be held at Kaahumanu
Church, Wailuku, on Friday Sept. 15,
at 10: a.m.
Attention is called to the members
of the Association to attend in full.
D. W. K. WHITE, Scribe.
Lahaina, Sept. 6. 1905.
Conveys A False Impression.
Rev. Edward W. Thwing, superin
tendeut of Chinese Mission Work un
der the Hawaiian Board of Mission,
who has. been a visitor to Maui
ga.e a lecture to the Japanese of
auuku on "New Japan during bis
While Doctor Thwing's work iu the
islands is more or less with the
christian Chinese, he has been engag
ed in mission work in Japan and
speaks the language as fluently as he
In speaking of the recent despatch
es regarding the possibility of a
change of government and of a re
bellion, the doctor says that they un
doubtedly mean that there will be a
change in the ministry and not a
change in the governmental policy as
we of the Occident would mean. Ihe
fealty of the Japanese subjects for
their ruler the Mikado is something
magnificent to see, and for that rea
son he believes the despatches refer
to a change m the ministry only.
We have sold out our entire stock and
a new shipment is due today.
By Steamer Nevadan
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Phonograph Disc fiecords
Best selections from the
CANNED - GOOB
See the Display on Exhibition this
Week. Looks like the World's Fair.
Cigars have caught on.
CIGAR ON THE MARKET.
HEAR THE GREAT
in dozen lots