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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A M. Kopolkal, Circuit Judg, Walluitu
F. ilmnnd H.Hart. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Walluku
JLReo"l " " Lahalna
" Lhan. Copp, " " Makawao
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, ' Klpahulu
" McCorriston " Molokal
" Kahoohalatiala, " ' Lanal
W. T. Koblnson, Tax Aausnor Walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. F. Tavares paia
G. Dunn, ' Lahalna
M. H. Reuter, " " Hana
Wm. Honnlng, Supervisor, Chairman Lshnlna
W. H. Cornwall.
T. M. Church.
J. H. Halualant,
T. T. Mnyers,
D. U. disc,
L. M. llaldwln,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Clark, Doputy SheritI
u. it. ijinasay,
J. H. Mahoe,
Shoring Clerk Walluku
Get your job printing done at the
Maui News Ofkice.
Ai kinds or book binding at t lie
Tlie trial jurors will not be requir
ed to be iu attendance at Lalmina
untii October 10.
TV Maui Drug Goods and Grocery
Co. will open their Market St.
The schooner Ailen A. Is at Eure
ka loading lumber for Kahului.
The Ladies guild will meet at the
Windsor Hotel Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 p. m.
J. L. Coke will remove his law
office to a portion of the store room
formerly occupied by the Maui News.
The schooner S. . Alexander has
been chartered to carry next years
lumber cargoes for the Kahului Rail
road. The name "Owl" is branded on the
wrapper of every genuine Owl Cigar.
If you don't see the stamp you are
getting an inferior imitation. Gu nst
Eakin Cigar C!).," agents.
The Maui news is in r eceipt of a
vcopy of the Bulletin of U. S. Fish
Commission classifying the fish of the
stands as gathered by Professor
Arthur Douse has opened a gener
al repair shop at Dan Carey's Black
smith Shop. He will guarantee
work on automobiles, bicycles,
sewing machiue s, typewriters, locks
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken will be at the
Custom House Kahului the forepart
of the coming week and at the Puu
nene Club House the latter part.
Read the advertisement of the Ka
taului store in this issue, about pickled
pineapples. If you have not tried
them place a sample order with the
The Maul Ice Cream Parlor and
Bakery opens for business today Oct.
7 on Market street opposite Lee Hop.
A full line of candies, cigars, w"' a's0
becarried. Freshcakes will be made
to order. Family trade is solicited.
The Hawaiian Government band
and Captain Berger were expected
jo arrive on the Manchuria. Accord
ing the lastest reports from San
Francisco, the band was to have
finished its tour by giving two con
certs in San Francisco prior to
LAIi AI1NA LINES.
A large tree on fire attracted attention
on Wednesday morning.
Special services have been held at the
Christian Science Church this week.
ftHarlau Roberts, a teacher from Tucon
Arizona has arrived at Laliainaluna to
take charge of the English Department
and give instruction in carpentry. Mr.
Roberts is a graduate of Park College, Mo.
There are 105 students in Laliainaluna
School, and the names of several others
are on the waiting list. Considerable
work has been done in grading and be
autifying the grounds. Thelarge cottage
has been painted and papered.
John Tallet, the father of Mrs. Tetlaff
died on Friday evening of last week.
Miss A. Z. Hadley entertained several
friends last Saturday evening.
Col. John Richardson had on attack of
apoplexy on Saturday last, but was better
Halekala Trail Completed.
The trail up Haleakala will be com
pleted on Oct. 14. Sign posts com
meuce at the Catholic Church and
are placed at convenient distances
up to summit and in many places
are only two tenths of a mile apart
gs the road demands so that tourists
can reach the summit without the
aid of guides if they desire.
Augustine Enos, Jr., and family were
passengers per S. S. Maui to Honolulu
Wednesday for a ten duys trip.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Roenitz paid
Maui a flying trip the early part of the
V. B. Hardy of Hana wa9 a county
seat caller this week.
J. L. CoVe and T. B. Lyons were pass
engers to Honolulu by the M auualoa to
assist in the entertainment of W. T. Bryan
School Inspector W. H. Wells is making
histourof Inspection of the Maui schools.
Dr, and Mrs. Baldwin were pass
engers to Kahului by the S. S. Maui
James Hattie has accepted a
position as stenographer .with the
Auditor B. D. Murdock was a re
turning passenger by the Maui
Chief Engineer J. N. S. Williams
of Puunene Mill and Mrs. Williams
returned from Honolulu Saturday,
Ed. M. Keeny of the Maui Soda
and Ice Works leaves next week for
a vacation trip to the mainland.
Hans Amundsen of the Maui Stable
was a passenger to Honolulu by Wed
nesdays ferry to purchase additional
vehicles for his stables.
Bryan In Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct. 3.
Hon. William Jennings Bryan wil
be Honolulu's welcome guest today.
The distinguished American and
leader of the Democratic party of the
United States is due to arrive this
morning on the steamship Manchuria
and will spend the day in sightseeing,
under the direction of a committee of
the Democratic Central Committee of
Hawaii. The plans for the entertain
tnent of Mr. Bryan contemplate giv-
ng him every opportunity to inspect
as many of the scenic features of Bo
nolulu as it is possible to crowd into
one day ashore, and if time offers,
the people of Honolulu will be given
an opportunity to meet him face to
Mr. Bryan is accompanied by Mrs.
Bryan and daughter Grace.
Ihe plan for the reception of the
Bryan party are as follows:
7:30: Leave Oceanic Dock.
8:15: Arrive at Pali.
A. rive at O. R. & L., Station,
Arrive at Honolulu Planta
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
The dance given by Mr. and Mrs
Geo. Wilbur at Kailua last Saturday
evening was well attended. A special
train was run from Hamakuapoko
and Paia for the accomodation of the
public in that vicinity. During the
the evening Mr. Dougherty favored
those present with some popular
songs. Messrs. Nickelsen and Thorn
sod also performed for the benefit of
the guests. Delicious refreshments
were served at eleven o'clock and all
departed at midnight with pleasant
memories of the kind host and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Searby and child
returned by the Kinau Tuesday even
ing after three months spent on the
After a visit of several months in
Honolulu, Mrs. J. N." S. Williams,
accompanied by Mr. A. Williams re
turned by the Maui Saturday.
Mrs. C. H. Dickey and family were
passengers to Honolulu by the
Mauna Loa Monday evening. The
Dickey's have been spending the
summer at Haiku and it is with re
gret that we hear of tbeir leaving
Last Friday Mr. J. B. Thomson
gave a dinner to a few of his friends
in honor of Mr. Jas. Dougherty who
was visitinz Puunene. Mr. Dougher
ty entertained tbe boys with some of
his favorite songs.
The Kahului Tennis Club entertain
ed a few friends at a tennis party
Wednesday afternoon. t
Mrs. Way of Wailuku was a guest
of Mrs. Mc Conkey for a few days
during Attorney Cases absence on
Arrive at Moanalua.
Arrive at Museum.
Arrive at Hawaiian Hotel,
Public reception from 12 to 1.
1:30: Private lunch at Youncr
Call on Governor of Terri
Arrive at Aquarium.
Boating and surf riding,
5:30: Arrive at Oceanic Dock.
Thirty minutes at Pali.
Forty minutes' at Honolulu Planta
Thirty minutes at Moanalua.
Sixty minutes at Hawaiian Hotel
Sixty minutes for lunch.
Fifteen minutes at Aquarium.
One and a half hours at Beach.
Tbe committee has been given the
privilege of going out to the Manchu
ria this morning in the U. S. Customs
launch Waterwitch, which will prob
ably leave the dock at 6 a. m. Mr.
Bryan and party will be brought to
the Oceanic dock, and will enter an
automobile and be driven to the Pali
For the special entertainment of
Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. Palmer Wood
wife of Senator Wood of Hawaii, will
accompany her on the Pali trip; Mrs
W. A. Kinney will accompany her to
and from Aiea, and after luncheon
Mrs. E. B. McClanahan will accom
pany her to Waikiki Beach. A num'
ber of other ladies are to assist in the
entertainment of Mrs. Bryan.
The train will leave the Honolulu
depot at 9 instead of 9:15 as original
ly planned. At 2:45 p. m. a call will
be made on Governor Carter 1 1 the
Capitol. The reception at the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel takes place between
12 and 1, and a private luncheon
party will take place at the Alexand
er Young Hotel after 1 o'clock. In
the afternoon a visit will be made to
the Aquarium where Mr. L. A. Thurs
ton will conduct the party and ex
plain the varieties of fish. A visit to
the Moan a Hotel will also be made
and surf-riding indulged in if the
party so desires.
Ihe Democratic committee com
prises Messrs. F. B. McClanahan
Senator Palmer Woods, Col. Charles
McCarthy, Hon. Curtis Iaukea and
County Treasurer Trent.
The Elks are taking an active in
terest in Mr. Bryan's coming, for he
is one of the herd, and will see that
he is given a purple reception. All
Elks in town are requested to be at
the Hawaiian Hotel at noon to attend
the public reception. A delegation
consisting of Dr. C. B. Cooper, Frank
E. Thompson, Col. J. H. Fisher,
George H. Angus and W. E. Fisher
will go out on the tug and welcome
the Bryans to Hawaii.
Inert Ike "Wot does 'procrasti
nate' mean? Homeless Homer "To
put off:" Inert Ike "Gee, but
wuzn't we procrastinated from dat
fast freight!" Cleveland Leader.
Madge "They say she is very
clever, but I have never noticed it.'
Marjorie "Of course not. She says
all the clever, things about you afte
you have gone." Harper's Barzar
Mother "Has Charles proven
himself to be a thoroughly abstemious
man?" June bride "Yes, indeed
He particularly abstains from giving
me anv money!" Detroit Free
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