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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
5?" A l,Kpo,kl1i Circuit Judge, Walluiiu
Bdmuilrt H. Hart, Clerk Circuit Court, Wailuku
t ridge W. A. McKay Din. Magistrate, Wailuku
. rJ.i.Ree,frd " Lehalne
i. ShM-,0PPi ' " Makawao
Vi 1i?u' . ' Hoouaula
t,itUlD, ' ' Han.
. FL,!n1u' " " Klpahulu
MoCorrlston ' Molokal
W. T. Hoblnson, Ta Assessor wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tsrsres tsia
. " M Lshalna
M, H. Reuter, Hans
COUNTY rurpror f a
Wm Hennlng Supervisor, Chairman Lnhalna
W. H. Cornwall,
i. in. i;nurcu,
J. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Case,
L. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Clark, Doputy Sheriff
C. R. LlndnaT. '
J. H. Maboe,
Sheriffs Clerk Wailuku
The former unsanitary condition
of Wailuku is being improved.
Governor Carter Issues an Arbrr
Day proclamation in this Issue.
- Wall Nichols Co. of Ililo move iuto
their hondsr me new quarters today.
Dr. Deas will be at A. Fernandez
Paia, frotr October 20th for a few
Road the Kahului Store adverties
ment for further intersting store
Principal Copeland will recognize
Arbor Day by Planting palms in the
yard of the Wailuku School.
Rev. R. B. Dodge will conduct
Gospel services at the Salvation
Army Hall, Sunday Oct. 22. at 7:45
The September number of the
Hawaiian Forester has an article on
Nahiku rubber prepared by R. H.
The absence of Court officials at
torneys and jurors at Lahaina is
noticable by the deserted look of
A picked team of ball players from
Lahaina left by the Wednesday ferry
for Honolulu to play the H. A C.
Sometimes strange cigars find way
into Owl boxes. To ensure the real
thing see that the name "Owl" is
stamped on every wrapper. Gunst
Eakin Cigar Co., agents.
The McGregors Landing Half Way
House will be open on November 1st
as a first class way house, where hot
and cold lunches will served to order.
On completion of the wharf busses
will be run to and from Wailuku con
necting with all steamers.
The Ladies Guild will meet at the
Windsor Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30
Bill Green representing M. Phillips
and Co. is on Maui drumming up
Mr. Russell of Honolulu has ac
cepted a position with the Hygeia
Soda and Ice Works.
H. M. Gittal, representing H.
Hoffschlaeger & Co. of H onolulu is
calling on the Maul trade.
Mrs. Buffandeau and Mrs. Patton
of Honolulu are visiting with Mrs. S.
Keliinoi at Walkapu.
A. Enos was confined to his rooms
the ifore part of the week with af
slight attack of grip.
W. H. Babbitt of the Von Hamm
Young Co. is on Central Maui in the
Interests of bis firm.
Dr. George S. Aiken who has bad
a busy two weeks at Kahului and
Puunene has returned to bis home
Collector of Internal Revenue Roy
H. Chamberlain and Division Deputy
W. J. Drake were passenger to Maui
per S. S. Mauna Loa.
W. A. Bailey and M. Bird of Hono
lulu and Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox of
Lihue, Kauai, were at Byron Hot
Springs, Cal., October 9.
The Misses Sheffield, Cummingbam
and Bruce, came down from Makawao
on horseback, the first of the week,
and spent the day exploring Iao Valley-
Invitations are out for a birthday
party to be given by Mrs. Carnegie
at the Windsor Hotel Saturday even
nlng October 28 at 8:00 p. ra. Dan
cing and cards. j
Dr. James Molony is expected at
home this week.
Miss Mary Baker left town last
week, to enter the Kawaibau School
The Health Officers are attending
to the cleaning of the streets and
Mrs. Ewart has returned to Elono
lulu. Her husband is about to sail for
Mexico, on a business trip.
A letter has been received from
Manager Barkhausen, stating that
he wtos ill in San Francisco.
The ' Schooner Aloha, Captain
Dabel, arrived last, week, and is dis
charging a large load of lumber.
One of Stable teams ran away last
Sunday. Mr. "Dow's arm was broken,
and a lady sustained slight injuries.
School Inspector Wells was expect
ing to go to Molokal, but was called
to the other side of Maui on Monday.
On Friday evening of last week,
Judge Kepoikai fjuve a supper to the
Court Officials and others, at the
Wailuku School Notes.
The Book keep ers are taking up
Our electric gongs have been re
novated and te batteries renewed.
Mrs. F. P. Rosecraus and daugh
ter Garuie were visitors last Friday.
The janitor and the older boys are
hard at- work preparing to'plaut
royal palms on Arbor Day.
Matilda Cockett has been out of
school the past ten days on account
of her mothers absence in Honolulu.
Our parents and friends are cor
dially invited to be present at our
Arbor Day excercises, Friday No
The Class in Dole's Young Citizen
are nearly through the book. We
hope that all who have used it will
become more useful and patriotic
citizens from the study bestowed up
Death of E. B. Giffard.
HONOLULU, Oct. 18. Edward
B. Giffard, a clerk in Spreckels
Bank, brother W. M. Giffard, man
ager for the firm of Wm. G. Irwin
& Co., and one of the best known
men on the Islands, was drowned at
sea shortly before 7 o'clock last night,
going overboard from the deck of the
Soncma, which arrived here this
afternoon. The accepted theory is
that he lost his life while in a tem
porary fit of insanity. Although not
complaining of ill health he told J. J.
Sulivan, of San Francisco, yesterday
that he had not slept three hours any
night since leaving port on Thursday.
Giffard was returning from a five
weeks' vacation in California. He left
Honolulu September 5th on the
For ten or fifteen minutes before
attempting the rash act Giffard had
been walking the deck in company
with Dr. A. J. Derby. The two had
made several rounds of the vessel and
had gone to the stern on the port
side when suddenly Dr. Derby noticed
that his companion was missing. M.
Rosenberg and J. C. Cohen, who were
standing near, witnessed the death.
Giffard made no outcry whatever.
The alarm was spread at once, and
before the engines had been reversed
three life buoys with burning lights
attached were afloat in the water.
The first one was thrown out by T.
W. Hobron in remarkably quick time,
not more than twenty seconds having
elapsed after the cry of "man over
board" was heard. As soon as 'pos
sible a ':' ivy ,. 2 ' lowered but
owing to the intense darkness no
trace whatever of the drowning man
Teachers Annual Convention.
The Maui Teachers Annual Con
vention will take place on Monday
Dec. 4, from 9. A. M. until 2 P. M,
at Piepers Hotel, Paia Maul.
Address by President
S. R. Doudle.
Annual Conventions and their sign!
ficance H. M. Wells
How to get children to study, to
speak up promptly clearly respond
readily Mrs. oaoey.
How to Conduct a Manual Training
Lesson Mr. Mac Donald
Lauhala Work H. Dickenson
Heart Culture. ..Miss M. S. Fleming.
Dicipline .....M. G. Anjo.
Agriculture J. Vincent.
Composition in Primary Schools....
F. P. Roserans.
Book Bind kg Discussion.
Salary Question II. M.Coke..
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
In accordance with the custom
adopted by other States and Ter
ritories setting apart a day for-the
promotion of forest growth I do here
by designate Friday, November 3rd,
1905, as ARBOR DAY for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
I recommend that appropriate and
instructive exercises be held in all
public schools and that a part of the
day be devoted to the planting of
tiees and shrubs upon the school
Given under my hand and the
great seal of the Territory
of Hawaii at the Capitol
Building in Honolulu, this
11 th day of October, A. D.,
G. R. CARTER.
By the Governor
A. L. C. ATKINSON
Secretary of Hawaii.
Visitors Are Welcome.
Since the opening of the Alexar
der House Kindergarten, there have
been fifty seven visitors.
A cordial invitation is extended to
every one to come in at any time be
tween the hours of nine and eleven
thirty during the morning, and see
what the little children of Wailuku
Lucy E. Avers,
THE LADIES' GUILD xOF THE
CHURCH OF THE GOOD
Will hold a Bazaar in the Knights
of Pythias Hall Wailuku, on Saturday
evening, November 18th, as well as
the sale of fancy articles there will
be a table with ice cream and other
refreshments for those who wish to
buy. Also a fish-pond for children,
and a very attractive program,
songs, recitations etc. to entertain
visitors during the evening. Admis
sion for adults 25cts. Children 10c ts.
Wharf at McGregor's Landing.
"Landing at Maalaea Bay has al
ways been considered dangerous in
rough weather so plans were pre
pared and a contract awarded for
the construction of a new wharf at
McGregors Landing, wbere passen
gers for Wailuku and Kahului will be
landed. This harbor is one of the
best in the Island, being safe at all
times, and within a few years, it is
possible that it will be used by the
steamers of the American-Hawaiian
Line provided arrangements can be
made for delivering overland the
sugar shipments from the large
plantations in the immediaae vicinity
-Fifth Annual Report of Supt. of
Did Net Hoed Warning.
Manager Barkhausen of Pioneer
Mill, and M. M. O'Shaughnessey who
is constructing the Kohala Ditch,
both passengers on the Alameda,
both say they were warned of the
wreck by a Gypsy, and both remem
bered the warning as soon as the
vessel struck the rocks. But the
warning did not seem to impress them
sufficiently at the time it was given,
to cause them to heed it. So what
is the use of prophecy without faith
in the hearer? -Star.
Peace Now In Effect.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 16, 1905,
To Consul-General Saito, Honolulu.
Peace treaty between Japan and
Russia was ratfied by both sovereigns
on the 14th day of October, 1905.
The notice of ratification was ex
change by both governments. In
Japan it was promulgated by Imperial
Edict on the 19th inst. The treaty
will take effect as a whole on and after
the date on which the notice is given
The trouble about the Panama
Canal seems to be that no sooner
does one man plan the great ditch
than another ditches the great plan.
The Atlanta Journal.
By the "Nevadam
WE HAVE RECEIVED
The majority of these must be sacvl
ficed to make room for our
Continue on Goods in the store.
Use Chloride of Lime for disinfecting
DRAINS $ AND $ YARDS
We have Just received a large shipment in both
1 lb. and 50 lb. tins.
Ready to mix but not ready mixed
The Emporium of the Pacific.