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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
UP COUNTRY N0TE8.
THE MAUI NEWS
Hon. A N. Kepolknl, Circuit Judga, WaIIuku
Edmund H.Hnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Watluku
jnilge W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate, Walluku
" J. Recard " " Lahaina
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawao
" J. K alums, ' Hana
" Pllmanu. " " Klpahulu
" MnCorrlston " " Molokai
" Kaboohalanala, " ' banal
W. T. RoblnaoD, Tax Assessor watluku
J. N.K.Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. P. Tavares Hala
O. Punn, " " Latialna
M. H. Reuter, " " Hana
Win. Henntni?, Supervisor, Chairman Lahaina
W. H. Cornwoll
T. M. Church,
J. H. Halunlanl,
T. T. Mi-vors,
U. H. Caw,
L. M. Unldwin,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff
;. k. Limisay,
J. H. Mahoe,
Sheriff 1 Walluku
Sheriffs Clerk Walluku
Work' is rapidly going forward for
the iipw mill of the Wailuku Sugai
Ah Chnm, brother to Ah Lpohj. i
will have charge of (he Wuiluku
A now farm wagnn of standard
make Is for sale. See classified
ads on page 6.
Damo Rumor has it hat a licensed
pawn shop will shortly be started in
Maui's Counly Seat. " '
Four white co rpenters arrived by
the Tuesday evening' steamer for the
Last Thursday was the. anniver
sary of the discovery of America by
From October 8 to the 11th thirty
four years ago Chicago was in the
throes of her great fire.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken will be at Puu
nene Club House to-day, to-morrow
and a portion of next week.
The trial jurors are expected to re
port fur duty at Lahaina at the open
ing of Court Monday morning.
The regular meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Wine & Liquor
Co. will be held on Wednesday Even
ing October 18 at 7: 30 P. M.
By the S. S. Nebraskan the Wai
luku Fruit Market will receive a
large assortment of California
Vegetables and fruits in season.
Word has been received in (Vai
luku that Judge and Mrs. Robertson
are pleasantly situated and settled in
their new home at Waialae, Oabu.
The three room detached cottage
of the Windeor Hotel suitable for
light housekeeping is for rent. See
advertisement in this issue.
' Smokers of the Owl cigar for their
.own protection should see that the
word "Owl" is stamped on every
wrapper. Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co.,
According to the police records the
Porto Rican colony are becoming
quite popular in certain sets of Maui
society. They are good business
makers for the County.
The Kahului Store has some very
interesting news in its colums this
week for close buyers. Read the ad
vertisement from start to finish. You
will find it profitable.
News from the coast is that W. O.
Smith underwent an entirely success
ful operation for his eyes m San
Francisco, and is expected to return
by the first steamer on which he can
Wall, Nicholf. Co., Hilo, will move
into thejr handsome new quarters
October 20. In the mean time they
offer one copy of a book free with
every order for four till then. Do
nations of goods made equaling 25
per cent of the purchace.
All of the extensions to the Kahu
lui Railroad are being completed as
rapidly as possible, and Superinten
dent Filler expects to havo trains
running to the new terminals at Wai
luku and Paia by the first of the
Ex-Senator and President of the
Senate Charles L. Crabbe has been
appointed Secretary of the Immigra
tion Commission. He took charge
yesterday and will look after all
statistics, accounts and records.
Secretary Atkinson's private office
has been turned over to Mr. Crabbe,
temporarily, until other quarters can
be arranged for. Secretary Crabbe
was formerly chairman of theRepub
Mrs. Ford has been seriously ill.
The Pioneer Mill has two large
John Hose has returned from
Captain Lyman of the Salvation
Army, was here last week.
Mrs. G. Ewart of Honolulu is the
guest of Miss. Ai Z. Hadley.
School Inspector Wells was at
Lahainaluna on Monday.
A number of strangers arrived in
town on Tuesday evening.
Mr. J. Dow and family have re
moved to Mrs. Taylor '8 Cottage.
Judge Kepoikai and wife wete en
tertained at the Hotel this week.
Manager L. Barckhausen is sick
in Sun Francisco with appendicitis.
Mr. Dickenson and Inspector Wells
have visited the school at Kahakuloa.
Collector D'inn has been attending
to his official duties in the northern
part of Maui this week;
All tho new furnishings were in the
Courthouse at the commencement of
lie Session on Wednesday.
Col. Juhn Richardson has receiv
ed visits from a number of sympath
izing relations and other friends.
Dr. Freer, the Honolulu dentist,
was in town the early part of the
week; also a jewelry balesinan trom
Reports from the home of Col. John
Richardson report him as somewhat
Wetter. He had an excellent rest
and sleep Thursday night.
Mr. Decoto returned from the
coast on the Manchuria. While in
California he, enjoyed some rapid
automobile rides with Frederic Hor
ner. Rev. Rowland B. Dodge of Wailu
ku gave an address at the Lahaina
luna School last Sunday. It is ex
pected that he will preach in Lahai
na once a month.
Rain ih expected here now any day
according to those kamaainas who
ought to know. They are authority
for the statement that it always
rains during court term if not at
any other time.
Dr. Frear of Honolulu Is touring
F. G. Douse of Kauai has been visi
ting his sons for the past week.
W. H. Cornwell was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Mauna Loa Thurs
day eve ning.
C. F. Herrick of the G. Schuman
Ltd. carriage concern is calling on
the Maui trade.
A. G. Dickens and family returned
from a protracted visit to Honolulu
by the Kinau Tuesday.
Augustine Enos Jr., wife and child
were returning passengers per
S. S. Maui this morning.
S. Nagazawa of the Japanese Con
sulate was a visitor to Maui's Coun
ty seat the early part of the week.
A de Souza Canavarro, Consul
General of Portugal was a passen
ger to Maui by the Tuesday evening
A Lewis Jr., of the law firm of
Smith and Lewis, Honolulu, regis
tered at the Maui Hotel Tuesday
K. Matsuburo, Japanese vice Con
sul arrived on M aul from the S. S.
Kinau Tuesday evening and regis
tered at the Maui Hotel.
George D. Russell, of the Honolulu
Iron Works, vbo will superintend
the erection of the new mill for the
Wailuku Sugar Co. 's on Maul.
Edward F. Herrick, manager of
the Rainier Bottling works, Hono
lulu, is visiting the valley island in
the interests of the Rainier Beer.
Manager C. B. Wells of the Wailu
ku Sugar Co. was a departing pass
enger by the Kinau last evening en
route to San Francisco on a business
William B. Morton, Superinten
dent of the Honokahau water works,
and Mary Helenihi were married in
St. Cross parsonage on August. 31.
A. C. Chronicle.
Mrs. Garcia, wife of J. Garcia of the
National Bank was a passenger to
Honolulu by the S. S. Maul Wednes
day. Mrs. Garcia, expects to be
away a month or more.
Charles H. Ramsey of Honolulu
formerly of Hurt & Co. and latter
with New England Bakery accom
panied C. H. Brown to Honolulu by
last Saturday ferry. Ilu returned
by the Kinau last night. j
Dr. Frear of Honolulu is visiting
Puunene on professional business this
Mr. W. Lougher left by the Mauna
Loa Thursday for a vacation in Ho
nolulu and on Hawaii.
Dr. Deas of Hana passed through
Puunene on bis way to Lahaina, Wed
nesday. Mrs. Mist of Honolulu who has been
visiting Mrs. J. N. S. Williams left
by the Str. Maui Wednesday.
Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky suffered
an injury a few days ago. She is
staying with Mrs. H. A. Baldwin.
The Literary which was to have
taken place at Mrs. H. A. Baldwin's
Friday evening has been postponed.
Owing to the heavy surf on Tues
day a portion of the K. R. R. track
running from the main line to the
beach at Paia was entirely washed
Mr. Ed. Keeney was given a card
party and supper at K. of P. Hal
Wednesday evening. Mr. Keeney
left far Honolulu Thursday en route
to his old home at Woodbridge, Cal.
on a visit.
Another force of carpenters came
up from Honolulu Wednesday to work
ou tho Puunene School house. Tho
work is already a month behind and
it will probably take the remainder
of October to complete the building.
No Raises Fop 8chool Teachers.
HONOLULU, Oct. 6 The teach
ers' committee of the Board of Edu
cation yesterday adopted a reso
lution against increase of salary dur
ing the present hard times, as follows:
"Whereas, The Department of
Public Instruction finds itself in
straightened financial circumstances
as a result of insufficient appropri
ation and necessary increase of the
teaching force therefore be it.
"Resolved that after this date no
employe in the service of the depart
ment shall be granted any increase of
A petition was received from Puako
asking for the removal of Mrs. Wag
ner as teacher there on the ground
of incompetency. Superintendent
Davis reported that she was only tem
porarily at the school as a substitute.
The matter was referred to the school
agent for the district. The following
recommendations were adopted.
That Harlan Roberts be appointed
assistant at Lahainaluna at a salary
of $83.3 per month.
That Miss Mary Rodrigues be ap
pointed assistant at Paia, at a salary
That the application of Mrs. C. E,
Copeland assistant of Wailuku school
for an increase of salary should not
That the application of Mrs. B. K.
Hofgaard, principal of Kihei school,
for an Increase of salary should not
be granted until the new school Is
That the salary of J. ' Vlncente,
principal of Kealabou school, be
placed at $65 per month.
That the petition to establish a
school at Mokulau, Maul be referred
to Inspector Wells.
All Mauls' May Come.
Dr. Davison of Maui is in town and
claims that be is the manager of an
All-Maui baseball team whlck be
thinks can whip the H. A. C. Cham
pions. The Doctor makes it conditional
that Barney Joy will not pitch. It
is claimed that Maui has a stronger
team than ever before.
It is proposed to have a series of
three games, the team winning two
to be declared the champions.
The Maui team is willing to come
on a percentage basis. Bulletin.
Will Return To Honolulu
Nelson B. Lansing, who for some
seven or eight months bas been con
nected with the office force of the
Wailuku Sugar Co. has resigned his
position to return to Honolulu and
enter business with his father Theo.
H. Lansing. Mr. Lansing will leave
as soon as bis successor arrives.
We told you that we
were to have a
STOCK - TAKING - SALE
That you would get Bargains
and you got them . . . . .
We told you that we would have
We had not concluded to remodel our store at
this time, but we are going to do it and at once.
Now's Your Chance !
We must either sell a large part, of our stock to
make room for improvements, or box it up. It's
cheaper to sell it at a sacrifice. You can get the
benefit if you come at once. For the next 30
days we will give a discount of 10 per cent on
all Dry Goods and 5 per cent on all other cash
purchases of $1.00 or more
Help us to reduce our stock and
at the same time help yourself.
The Emporium of the Pacific.