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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1905
Dr. Pratt of Honolulu was'in town last
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Rod. A N. Kepolkal, Circuit Judge, Wallumi
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Ulroutt Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate, Walluku
" J. Recard " ' Labalna
" Chas. Copp, " " Makanao
" Kunukau, " ' Honuaula
" J.Kelama, " Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahulu
," McCorrlston " " Molokat
' " Kataootaalanala, " ' Lanal
W. T. Koblnaon, Tax Avwmsor walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. F. Tavares Pala
G. Dunn, " Lahaina
M. II. Keuter, " " Hana
Wm. Hcnnlne, Supervisor, Cbalrmaa Lahalna
W. H. Cornwull,
'. M. cnurcn,
J. H. Halualanl
T. T. Movers,
D. H. Case,
L. M. Haldwln,
W. F. Kaa,
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff
u. K. Ijlndsay,
J H. Mahoa,
Sherltls Clerk Walluku
Work lias cotntni'iired on the new
Bookbinding of all kinds at the
The 1H05-6 Husted's. Directory is
being distributed on Maui.
Get your special ruled office blanks
at the Maui News Office.
It is rumored that an up to date
repair machine shop will shortly be
established in Wailuku.
The First National Bank or Wai
luku H accepting territorial treas
ury warrants at face value.
The Evanirt'lic Association has heli
daily conferences at the Kaahnmanu
Church this last week.
The road between Puuhele and
Kihei is expected to bo completed
in about three or four weeks.
The banking institutions of the
islands are accepting territorial re
gistered warrants at par.
A Corean laborer of Wailuku be
came disgusted with "the streuerous
life" and hung himself last Sunday.
The office of the Wailuku Sugar
Co. has been, moved to make way
of the contemplated improvements
Drummers report Maui as being
the liveliest island of the group; busi
ness is excellent and collections good.
The Fixtures and fittings for the
Court House at Lahaina arrived
Wednesday morniner bv the S. S.
Here is interesting news for those
who wish to buy right in the adver
tisement of the Kahulul Stores ad
H. C. Halvorsen who sold bis
stables interests at Lahaina is cow
superintendent for C. Waldeyer on
his tunnel work.
Work cutting away the lantana on
the line of the new trail up Iao Val
ley to be constructed by J. C. Picanco
and Brothers, commenced Tuesday
The kind of paint to buy is Kinloch,
when you buy Kinloch you buy fresh
linseed oil and mix gallon for gallon
For sale by the Kahului Railroad
and Kahulul Store.
Aside from high class drugs and
toilet articles the Maples Drugstore
carries a full line of the famous
Kickapoo remedies. See advertise
ment inthis issue.
The next issue of the Maui News
will be issued from the new home
where enlarged quarters and in
creased facilities for turning out the
paper and job printing will be
The division of Animal Industry
Board of Agriculture and Forestry
publish in this issue regulations num
bers I 2 and 3 relating to inspec
fun and testing of imported live
Owing to the crowded condition
of the advertising columns to accom
modate the special notices of the
Board of Agriculture and Forestry
the serial story Uncle Terry Is omitt
ed for this week.
. The sanitary coudition of Wailuku
was found to be anything but sani
tary. A crusade by Chief Inspector
Pratt ana local acent Weuzbt has
caused a thorough renovation of back
yard cesspools and other unsanitary
Registered at Maul Hotel.
Dr. Molony will probably return about
the middle of October.
The Japanese at Kaauapall took part in a
spirited celebration on Monday evening.
Post Office Inspector F. J. Hare of Ho
nolulu visited the Lahaina Office on Wed-
Mr. Henry Dickenson inspected the
new school building at Honokohau last
The lumber from the old fish market
has been taken to the canal, and will lie
utilized for other structures.
The schooner La Paloma of Honolulu
arrived at an early hour last Friday
morning, and remained several days.
Dr. Nenotnia entertained High Priest
Imamura of Honolulu, and the Lahaina
and Wailuku Buddhist priests at the Pio
neer Hotel on Tuesday. '
A supper and dance in honor of the
Ilima Ilase Ball Club were enjoyed by a
irge company at the residence of Mrs.
spinda last Saturday evening.
Captain Lyman of the Salvation Army
was in town on Tuesday. He reports
that Adjutant Banilmrir, who Is' well
"own as a former efficient worker in the
Islands, will succeed Major Millsaps on
pr Hlmut Oct. 17.
A party consisting of Postmaster Waal,
Messrs. Aalberg, Dunn, Barker, Fauout,
and several others enjoyed an excursion
in the gasoline launch last week. Dur
ing a trip three hours in length,- they
touched at Kaanapali and Olowatu.
Dr. lranklin Burt entertained a num
ber of his friends at the Pio'neer Hotel
last Saturday evening. Among the guests
present were visitors from Honolulu and
Olowalu. Landlord Freeland supplied
an abundance of his best cheer, and the
evening hours passed merrily.
Archie L. Gage, San Francisco
J. J. Hiorth, Lihue, Kauai; II. Mik
Mrs. J. B. Castle, MisH. White and
Hi gh Priest Y. Imamura, of the Budd
hist Temple iu Honolulu, paid an official
visit to Priest K. Y. Arai at the Shin Shu
Hongwanji Temple in this town last Sun'
day. The grounds were beautifully de
corated with palms, flags and lanterns,
The sun flags of Japan were displayed at
the main entrance and elsewhere. The
yellow, bine, green, pink, red and white
Hongwanji colors floated at the central
flag-staff. At 4 p.m., in the presence of
a large assembly, the High Priest per
formed a Buddhist function, assisted by
Arai and the Priest from Wailuku. Large
rockets were fired at intervals, and there
was a brilliant pyrotechnic exhibition in
"The wedding of Mr. Wren W. Wes-
coatt and Miss Rachel K. Hayselden was
a very pleasant occasion, at the Church of
the Holy Innocents on Tuesday after
noon. The church was beautifully de
corated with flowers and palms. The
bride was given away by her father, Mr,
Frederick H. Hayselden. Mr. A. C
Betts was best man, and Mrs. T, C. G
Vetlesen was bridesmaid. The ceremony
was performed by the priest-in-charge. A
reception and marriage feast were attend
ed by intimate friends at the historic
Hayselden home; and subsequently Mr,
and Mrs. Wescoatt went over in the au
tomobile to the ir new residence in Puu
At the wedding reception on Tuesday
afternoon, the pleasant fact became
known, that the handsome new cottage
at Puunene, to be occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Wren W. Wescoatt, was designed
by the bridegroom himself.
An attractive feature of the ceremony
at the Church, was a beautiful wedding
march, played by Mr. Henry Dickenson
And Still Another.
Waihee, April 2S, 1905.
But I have a good time
sent a letter for you the day which is
this for myself would not go to day
work because I am not going to work
and, I am shewel eye from yesterday.
and all so by this place we finished
with love. I am with truly.
Was Released Thursday.
Through the untiring efforts of
F. G. Douse of Kauai, Alfred Douse
was admitted to bail Thursday after
noon. The sum of auuu was present
ed and accepted and Mr. Douse was
The Ladie's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold their
regular bi-monthly meeting on Tues
day afternoon at 2:30 at the rest
dence of Mrs. G. B. Robertson.
Aunt Ah, my dear, don't deceive
vourself. Fine feathers don t mak
Nie e Pet haps not; but they
make jolly nice hats. Ally Sloper's
Senator A. N. Hayseldon was a
aller this week. at the county seat.
E. Haneberg, sugar boiler at Olo
walu was a caller at the county seat
H. G. Dickens was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Mauna Loa Thurs-
County Clerk W. F. Kaae has been
sufferer this week with inflainatory
Attorney J. M. Vivas has been con
fined to his rooms with an attack of
Mr. Pratt of the Health depart
ment arrived Saturday, and has been
assisting 'Agent Weight.
C. Dunkhase, representing H.
Hackfeld A (Jo. is culling on his
Sanitary Inspector C. R. Coekett
f Lahaina was a County seat caller
Weduesday of this week. '
11. Miki, of the Attorney Generals
Department wi s a passenger to
Maui by the Kinau.
J. J. Hiorth, bookkeeper Lihue
Plantation, Kauai, registered at the
Maui. Hotel TUi-sday evening.
A. L. Gage, representing a San
'Ya ncisco merantile house has been
ailing on the Maui trade.
Dan Conway, representing Theo.
H. Davies & Co. has been calling on
the Maui trade this last week.
S. Keliinoi returned from the
mainland by the S. S. . China. Mr,
Keliinoi went as far east as Pitts
Mrs. M. Carnegie of the Maui Ho
tel was a passenger to Honolulu by
the Maunaloa, returning by the S. S,
P. E. R. Strauch, manager of the
Co-Operative Home Purchasing Co,
was a Kinau passenger Tuesday
Rev. Bazata of the Makawao
Church was a visitor to the County
Seat this week during the ministerial
Mrs. J. B. Castle and Miss White
of Honolulu registered at the Mtfui
Hotel Tuesday evening from the Ki
nau en route up country.
Rev. O. P. Emerson left Wed-
day on an extended leave ot absence
to the Mainland. He will go direct
to the New England States.
Circuit Court Clerk Edmund Hart
want over to Lahaina Wednesday to
superintend the placing of the fix
tures and fittings for the court house
George D. Russell of the Honolulu
Iron Works, who has charge of the
outside construction work has been
spending the week on Maul.
W. G. Scott and Mrs. Scott of
Paia were visitots to the County
seat this week. Mr. Scott says
that while he is more than satisfied
with east and central Maui from a
business standpoint, he feels that
it is necessary for him to visit his
old "stamping ground" occasionaly
1 Oil Valued at $56,000
Declaration - of - Peace
Riots iiri (Japan
The tank steamer Argyu was
cleared at San Francisco on Septem
ber 5 for Honolulu, via Kahulul, with
25,000 barrels of crude oil, in bulk
valued at $35,000, as its cargo.
The tank barkentine Fullerton was
cleared the same day for Kahului
with 15,000 barrels of crude oil, valued
at 121,000, as its cargo.
Both vessels were laden at Port
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed administrator of the
Estate of Caroline Porter Beck
with, deceased, hereby gives notic
to all creditors of said estate
present their claims, duly anthen
ticated with the proper vouchers
if any exist, even if the claim
secured by mortgage on real estate
to him at Hamakuapoko, Maui with
in six months of the date hereof,
otherwise all claims not so presented
will be barred forever.
Dated this 23rd day of Sept. 1905
EDWARD G. BECKWITH,
Administrator of the Estate of Caro
line Porter Beck with
Sept. 23, 30. Oct. 7, 14.
President Roosevelt is working hard
to prevent a battle between Oyauia and
Linevitcb, and Linevitch is heartily
assisting him by getting out of the way
as rapidly as possible. The Atlanta Jour
Has been able to receive
direct from the manufactories
A fresh, new and elegant line of
Imperial, Mohawk and
In all thelatest Oriental
and Floral designs.
Rex Brussels Rugs, Art Floor Rugs, Oriental
and Turkish designs in Table Covers,
Couch Covers and Spreads.
Those goods are pure and Genuine Tapestry; the Colors are pleasing to the
eye and are durable and lasting.
The KAHULUI STORE have theso goods on Exhibition NOW, and are of
fering them at prices, cheaper than you can buy imitations.
Remember we are up to date and expect to show from time to time all the
new and latest fabrics as fast as they are put on the mrrket.
Theso goods wo will begin to receive about Oct. 1st. But in the meantime
we adviso that you call and see what wo aro doing from day to day.
Don't forget that our Sales are still on.
If you don't see what you want please ask for it, wo have got it. It has on
ly been laid aside in order to display something else.
Largest Line of CIGARS on Maui
Open Wednesday and
P. E. R. Strauch, Honolulu.