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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Boa. A H . Kpotkl, Circuit Judrft, Wl1u
Bdmuoil H. Hart. Clerk Circuit liourl. Wftlluka
Judf w. A. MoKfty Mat. Malatrata, Walluku
" J. Regard l.ahalna
Chaa Oopp, ' Makawao
" J-kalama, ' Hana
" Pllmaoa, ' Klpahula
" Mot'orrlnton " MoUikal
" Kaboohalaaala, " Lanai
W. T. KoblDioa, Tax Aiavaaor Walluku
1. W. K. Keola, Dcpatj Aaaeaaor Walluka
A. V. Tararea Pala
Q. Puna, - Lahalna
at. H. Reutar, " Hana
Wa. nctmlnf. BllDenrtaor. Chairman l.h.ln
rv . it. vornweu,
T. M. Church,
i. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Mrra,
0. H. t:,
t. M. Baldwin,
W. r. Kaaa,
T. Clark, Deputy Bherlft
v n i.imiajr(
r. ty lit roou,
J. H. Maboe,
Rhnrlflt Clerk Walluku
High Class printing and binding at
the Maui Niws Office.
The October term of court opens
iu Lahaina on October, 11.
Old books substantially rebound at
the Maui Niws office.
Mrs. R. Reuter will temporarily
take charpe of the Nahlku school.
The Kahulul Wholesale Liquior
Co. have applied for a salojn license
at Maalaea Bay.
Maul's polo ponies returned home
in charge of Tommy Patterson by
the S.S. Maui last week.
Special ruled blanks for planta
tions, ranches, and for general office
use at the Home Printery, Walluku.
Attention Is called to the state
ment of the First National Bank
of Wailuku as published in this issue.
The side walks of Wailuku es
pecially on Main and Market streets
are in a most deplorable condition.
Ah Leong of the Wailuku Fruit
Market expects a full line of season
able California fruits and vegetables
by the Alameda.
The petit juniors for the October
term of court at Lahaina will be ex
pected to be in court on the morn
ing of the 121b.
The Secretary of the Territory gives
notice that to-day being P.egatta
Day, a legal holiday, all territorial
offices will be closed.
Road overseer Kini has had the
laborers doing excellent work tills
past few diys clearing the streets
and open gutters of weeds.
D. K, Pokipala and wife celebrat
ed the anniversasy of their child's
birth by a pleasant family luau last
Tuesday afternoon and evening.
T. B. Lyons, administrator of the
estate of J. Pall Silva, gives notice
of an auction sale of house and furni
ture to be held on Saturday, Sept. 3.
See notice in this issue.
G. Ah See, Market street Wailuku,
carries a full line of dry and fancy
goods, mens and ladies furnishings
and shoes, silks etc. He guarantees
Read of the merits of Kinloch
paint the "ready-to-mix" paint that
has gained such a prominent place in
the Daint world. For sale by the
Kahulul Railroad and Kahulul store.
There is a temptation to substitute
inferior cigars for the old reliable
owl. Protect yourself by seeing that
the word "Owl" is stamped on every
wrapper. Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co,
While the peace commissioners
have declared an armistice the Ka
bului Store is still at the front wag'
ing battle to clear their counters and
shelves of goods which must be dis
posed of before the arrvialof the new
stock October 1st.
Father Thomas is visiting on Molo
kal this week.
The lllma boat was decorated with
flag on Monduy.
The Ilima9 won the championship
last Sunday, by a score of 14 to 6.
The old fish market on the water
front has been torn down; and hand
some trees will be set out.
Mrs. Saffrey's infant s:n died on
Monti at at Olowalu, and the burial
took pldce on the following day.
Manager L. Uarckhausen has ar
rived in New York, from Germany;
and will soon return to Laha'na.
Farther Thomas has received a
number of maps, and a twelve inch
globe, for use in the Sacred Heart
Mrs. Lillian Simpson of Denver Is
the new principal of the Kindergar
ten. On Monday morning 52 pupils
Mr. and Mrs. George Gibb of Olo
walu are expecting a visit from Mr.
and Mrs. Mclntyre of Moanalua,
Oahu. Mr. James Gibb has returned
to the Island of Hawaii
Mrs. Fannie Saffrey died very sud
denly at Olowalu lastSaturday, soon
after the birth of her infant. Two
days before, she was one of the guests
at Willie Hoopii's wedding feast in
There were 95 pupils in the Sacred
Heart School at the commencement
of the term. A new series of Headers
has been introduced. As far as possi
ble, the St. Louis College course of
study has been adopted.
At 5. p. m. on Thursday, Sept, 7,
WUlie K. Hoopii and Elizabeth K.
Sylva were married in the church of
the Holy Innocents. The bride was
eriven away by Mr. D. K. Kahaulelio.
The Maids of Honor were Misses
Jennie and Ethel Napaepae. A
large number of Invited guests sub
sequently assembled at the residence
of Miss Becky Thihi, were a reception
took place, and a bountiful luau was
Edward C. Brown manager of the
local house of the Dearborn Drug
and Chemical Works Is visiting the
W. E. Shaw of J. C. Ax tell & Co.
is calling on the island trade.
Miss Babb of the klndergarteu
returned to Wailuku Monday after
vacation tpitit in Iltinlulu.
R. T. Wilber and W. O. Aiken
were county seat visitors Monday
Captain Aalberg of the Pioneer
Mill Co. and Captain Evans of the
schooner Olympic arrived at the
County seat Tuesday rn route to Ka
hulul. Hon. H. P. Baldwin was a return
ing passenger by the S. S. Kinau
Mr. George Ordway of the Porter
Furniture Co. was a passenger to
Muai per the Kinau Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Ordway returned by the
Maui Wednesday with Mrs. Ordway
wbo bas been visiting her mother
Mrs. Kinney at Kahulul.
CELEBRATION OF THE FEAST
OF OUR LADY OF LORETTO
IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
MAKAWAO, . ON SUNDAY,
The Rev. Stephen of Honolulu will
preach a mission in the Catholic
church of Makawao.
On EMinday bept. 17th. at 8 a. m,
At 10:30 a. m. high Mass by the
Rev, Father Charles. After holy
miss the Rev. Farther Stephen will
preach a sermon of circumstance,
At the end of the spiritual seri
vices,' a Fair will.be held on the
churcb ground for the benefit of a
new church at Makawao.
Persons wishing to contribute to
the (air can stnd their gifts to Rev.
Farther Charles C M at Makawao.
Sprained His Foot.
Captain Harry Copp sprained his
foot on Wailuku'a notorious side
walks on Market street three weeks
ago Sunday which caused the Cap
tain to take to his bed. While the
Captain Is now able to get around
theihouse on crutches, at one time
the pain was so excrutiatlng that
sleep for even at few hours day or
night was out of the question.
All Territorial offices will be closed
on Saturday, September 15, Regatta
Day, which is a legal Holiday.
A. L. 0. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Executive Building,
Honolulu. Sept. 14, li05. 5-1 1
Last Saturday evening Mrs. Dora
Von Tempsky gave a pleasant moon
light bathing party to a few of h?r
friends at the beach house Paia. ft
was a fine moonlight night with very
little wind and was an ideal for
seabathing. A fine lunch was serv
ed after the bathing party.
Monday evening Mr. J. B. Thomson
invited a few friends to a dinner a
his house. A fine menu had been pre
pared for the occassion. Mr. Thorn
son proved himself a jolly good host.
bourteen were present at table.
Tuesday evening the Puunene
Atheletic Association held its regu
lar monthly meeting which also called
for the election officers. Fourteen
members were present and the meet
ing was called to order by. J. N. S.
The secretary's financial report
was read and showed the Association
to be in good condition. The name of
W. E. Smith was proposed as a mem
ber of the Association.
The men's singles tournament at
Puunene commenced Friday bept,
8th. Owing to circumstances it was
impossible to play the matches in the
order they were drawn.
f ollowing are the scores of games
up to the 14th.
E. C. Campbell and A. C. Betts
3-6, 6-5, 6-5: Wm. McGerrowand Jas
l' antom b-4 b-1; Wm. McUerrow ana
W. P. L. Bett 6 1, 6 0; Wm. Lougher
and J. N. S. Williams 6-4, 6-2; Wm.
Walsh and H. I. Shoemaker 6-1, 6 1.
A number of the lady members of
the Makawao Tennis Club have been
asked to a tennis party at Puunene
Friday afternoon. An informal dance
will bo given by Mr. I. N. S. Williams
in the evening.
Mr. Muller of Kihei has accepted a
position as asst. bookkeeper in Ka
Miss Irene Aiken and Miss Ethel
Taylor left for Honolulu Friday to
resume their studies in Uar.u Uoilege.
Quit n force of men are at work
on the Puunene School house but as
contractor Green cannot finish by
the appointed time he has asked for
Improvement Association Will
The regular monthly meeting of the
Improvement Association was held
Thursday evening; a mere handful,
just sufficient to make a quorum were
present. After the regular routine
of readme the minutes, and communi
cations, C. D. Lufkin was appointed
a committee of one to confer with the
Supervisors on sidewalks; Judge Mc
Kay and C. E. Copeland a committee
to meet with the supervisors regard
ine a macadem or concrete walk
leading from the street to the school
house, and C D. Lurk in, Judge Mc
Kay and K. A. Wadsworth to see
what could be done towards com pie t
ing High street between Main and
Vineyard streets with macadem
The matter of street names and sign
boards was talked, but as the mem
bers, who had been appointed com
mittees on these matters were not
present no action was taken.
Had Better Go to Night School
A letter was received In Wailuku
last week addressed:
Walluku C. H.
Maul Co. Guam Hawaii,
Judging from the chirograpby the
sender had taken a most thorough
course in penmanship but neglected
to keep posted on geography.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Jurors for October Term. '
The following have neon drawn
to serve as jurors at the October
term of the hecond uircutt LJourt
to convene at Lahaina October 11.
Olaf Tollefsen, E. K Deverchelle,
W. F. Callow, Philip Espinda, A. J.
Silva. August Reiman, H. Eldredge,
Patrick Cockett, Thomas Cummings,
John Brown Sr., W. F. Kaae, G. O.
Cooper, Manuel Dutro, J. L. Osmer
J. Makahio, G. W. Maxwell, R. O.
Hogg, Charles Molteno, E. A. Feck,
W. A. Hardy, W. L. Hardv, Wm.
Schultze, and E. J. Silva. '
H. P. McCorriston, A. J. Oaua, W.
K. Buchanan, H. McCubbin, W. H.
Cornwell, George II. Cummings,
Peter Adams, Alonzo Jackson, Cle
ment Crowell, Peruvia Goodness,
Ned Kruger Jr., iS. M. Keenev,
Charles Bailey, Joe Whitford, Ed
mund Daniels, J. D. beabury, A. A
Gerner, Jos. Morris, Noa Kamakau,
J. V. Varclal, R. F. Engle, F. A.
Alexander, George Tripp, Henry
Keuter, J. W. Davidson Jr., and Wm
P. A. A 's Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Puune
ne Athletic Association was held in
the Club IIojso Tuesday evening.
Officers were elected for the ensu
ing year, as follows:
Chairman, J. N. S. Williams; Trea
surer, ueo. u. Keeney; secretary
Ernest Campbell; Wm Longher; J.
B. Thomson; Wm Searly; Geo. II
The Association is in good condi
tion, and at present, great interes
is manifested in tennis.
In the Class singles now being
played off, some very close matches
are being had.
The Association intends to build
two double courts nepr the Club
Want Corn Land.
Any one with a thousand acres of
good corn land for sale can be brought
close to the money If he will so ud
vise the Hawaii Promotion Commit
A large distillery from on the main
land wants to get hold of land in the
islands suitable for growing corn
real good, corn, and If so, they stau
read to erect a distillery in whir
they will also stand ready to pu
forth a very flue quality of whisky.
(Here is an opportunity for land
owners of the Kula unci Makawao
districts who have connecting lauds
to form a hui. Ei.)
Have declared an armistice between
Japan - and - Russia
Is still at the front.
This week we will continue to
offer our customers unqualified
values in all the lines heretofore
advertised. Look at our display
Plums, Pears, Peaches
FISH OF ALL KINDS
VEAL AND CHICKEN LOAF
PRESERVED FIGS, WATERMELLON
and other delicacies.
COME IN AND SEE OUR PRICES
They will please you. Remember this whole
stock must go, as we have'nt room to display the
new stock to arrive after Oct, 1st.
You will do well to take advantage of the
prices now offered as the time is short, and
goods are going fast.