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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A i. Kppolknt. Circuit Jurtpo, WiiIIuku
Krimnnri H.Hnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wnlluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dlst. MttglHtruto, Wuiluku
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" Chan. Copp, " "
' KtiDukau, " '
" J. Kalamn, " '
" Pllmanu, " "
" McCorrlston " "
" Kahoohalanala, M
W. T. Kohlnson, Tax Atnuitflor
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Ta varus
G. Punn, " "
M. H. Router, " "
Win. Hennlnp, Supervisor, Chnlrnutu Lahaina
W. H. Cornwall, " Wnlluku
T. M. Church, " MiikawBO
J. H. Halualant, " Hann
T. T. Movers, " Moloknl
I). H. Case, County Attorney
Ij. M. Ilaldtrln, Treasurer
Chas. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kane, Clerk
Wm. Snrtifry, Sheriff Wnlluku
Kclw. Rogers, Sheriffs Clorlt WitMuku
T. Clnrk, Doputy Shorlfl Walluku
C. H. Lindsay, " " Lnhalna
Kilcar Morton, " " Makawao
F. Wittrock, " " Mntia
J. H. Mahoe, ' " Molokal
For Choice groceries go to the Wal
luku Cash Store.
The grand ball to be given by the
Knights of Pythias to night will be
the dance of the season.
Oyster Cocktails and Saratoga
punch with a free lunch will be
served at the Aloha Saloon on New
The Smith and Wesson hammerless
revolver that was lost and advertis
ed for has not yet been found. A
reward is offered.
For the ensuing week we will
give a 5 per cent discount on all goods
purchased over one dollar.
Wailuku Cash Store.
Bergstrom Music Co. of Honolulu
has made a big reduction in the price
of Victor Talking Machine Records.
Elsewhere in this issue will be found
prices, both of machines and records.
A Panama hat was lost on the
Kahului road Christmas eve. The
wind carried the hat toward the rail
road track. Finder will leave the
same at this office and receive re
ward. At the Salvation Army Hall a
Chimney and fire pluce was built up,
stockings full of catidy and other
gifts were hung along the front, re
minding one of an old fashioned Christ
mas. Nearly a hundred children were
prespnt. The exercises were conti
nued at night, finishing up with "The
Life of Christ" illustrated.
F. R. Vida is renewing old acquain
tances in Wailiflcu.
Drputy high sheriff Geo. C. Sea is
up from Honolulu.
H. M. Wells of the department of
education went to Honolulu this week.
Dr. J. H. Raymond has so for re
coverd from his recent illness, as to
be able to be out again.
W. E. Smith took advantage of
Christmas holiday to call on his many
lady friends of this vaclnity.
Miss Hart, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund Hart of Wailuku has
arrived from San Francisco.
Mr. Geo. Ij. Keeney who injured
his Knee cap several weeks ago is
able to be about the house on crut
ches. Morris Keohokalole formerly the
private secretary of deligate Kuhio
is in town renewing old acquaint
ances. D. H. Case our representative to
Washington, together with Mrs.
Case, and child returned to Maui
Master Lowthian Williams, a stu
dent of Punahou, has returned to
his home at Puunene for the Christ
W. E. Bellina took the Nebraskan
at Kahului this week to San Francis
co to bring down some milk cows
and fine horses.
Dr. R. H. Dinegar, with his wife
and child was in town Christmas in
his new Automobile. Mr. and Mrs.
Threlfal were with him.
A number of people have been won
dring why An tone Do Rego has been
stepping so high of late. It has de
veloped that another member of
the family a daughter arrived at his
There is on sale at the home of
Mrs. W. A. McKay a few very choice
and reasonable articles left over from
the bazaar of the Ladies Guild of
Wailuku, among them are sofa pil
lows, dainty linen handkerchiefs,
lineu center pieces, padded coathan
gers, laundry bags, and other articles
ranging in price froin25cts. to $5.00
As provided for in Chapter 45 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii 1905,
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
legos or those paying water rates
arc hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June
30, lDOfi, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of Jan
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1906, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
- W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. December 16, 1906.
The regular Annual
stockholders of the Maui
& Grocery Co. Ltd. will
be held at
the office of the Company, on Monday
January 15th, 1906, at 7:30 P. M.
Secretary, Maui Dry Goods & Gro
eery Co. Ltd.
Dec. 30, Jan 6, 13.
CARD OF THANKS.
All the laborers of the Waihee
tunnels wish to express their sincere
thanks to Mr. C. H. Halverson for
the assistance he gave after the
death of-their friend Simosako Kanji
who was accidentally killed at Wai
hee on the 18th of December.
The marriage of Mr. Jacob Martin
Lee of Honolulu and Miss Mary Kea
lohalahui Newnes of Lahaina took
place at the Roman Catholic Church
of Maria Lanakila, on Wednesday
evening at 6 o clock. Father Thomas
performed the ceremony, and Father
Julian of Wailuku was present by
special invitation. Mr. Edmond H.
Hart of Wiiluku gave the bride away.
Mr. Love, formerly of Honolulu, and
Miss Hart of Wailuku, performed the
duties of best man and bride s maid
respectively. A special choir sang
appropriate selections, before and
after the marriage ritual, A large
congregation witnessed the per
formance of the sacramental rite.
The church was handsomely decora
ted for the occasion by the ladies of
The bridegroom is a son of Mr. Lee
of Hilo, and is in the service of the
Rapid Transit Company of Honolulu.
J. he bride is a graduate of the Hono
lulu Normal School, and has been a
teacher in the Lahaina School for
Directly after the wedding a very
pleasant reception took place at the
residence of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Annie K. Kekuewa. After the re
ception Mr.- and Mrs. Lee drove to
the wharf, and took passage on the
steamer for Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee are re
siding in Honolulu, near Kapiolam
Park. Mrs. Lee received a large num
ber of presents.
During vacation, about 30 of the
Lahainaluna boys are working for
the plantation. Some of the boys
went home, and a few are working
on the school grounds.
Teachers Flack and Roberts are vi
siting in Hilo.
Mr. Doden attended the funeral o'
his cousin H. A. Isenberg in Honolu
Mrs. Rebecca Taylor and Eva came
from Honolulu to spend a holiday sea
son with Mrs. Henry Dickenson.
The Kindergarten Christmas festi
val took place on Dec. 22. Mrs Sarah
Decoto sent about 100 orangLS, and
a supply of ornaments for the shapely
lhe Wainee Christinas exercises
took place last Saturday evening.
The members of Holy Innocents,
Sunday School assembled on Mr,
Dickenson's lawn last Saturday after
noon, and enjojed their games for a
couple of hours and afterward re
freshments were served.
The serenaders were going their
rounds on Christmas Eve.
The Christmas festival was duly
observed et the churches.
At the Japanese Methodist Mission
there was a very pleasant festival on
Christmas evening, under the direc
tion of Rev. S. Fujii. The church
was neatly decorated, and Santa
Class brought a goodly supply of
presents. Songs and recitations were
given by the classes of the Japanese
At the Honokohau school, the
number of seat& was considerably in
excess of the number of pupils. Oa
Tuesday Mr. Henry Dickenson went
to Iionokahau, acd sent the extra
seats to the Lahaina school, where
they are much needed.-.
Office of the Board of Health' Ho
nolulu, Hawaii, December 20th 1905.
At a meeting ot the Board of
Health held December 6th, 1905, the
following additions aud amendments
to the Rules and Regulations of the
Board of Health were regularly
Resolved, That no person shall ex
pectorate upon any public place,
sidewalk, street crossing, or upon
the floor of any street car or railway
car, or any other public conveyance,
or of any public building or any build-
ing common to the use of the public.
Street gutters are excepted.
REGULATING THE SPRINK
LING OF LAUNDERED
Resolved: No person or persons,
ironing or performing any act, in the
laundrying of clothing of any article
belonging U another, or in the laun
drying of clothing or any article for
hire, shall spray any article so laun
dered with liquid sprayed or project
ed from the mouth of said person or
24. No garbage or offensive liquid
or matter shall be thrown or deposit
ed in any highway, street, lane or
public place within the Territory of
25 No garbage or offensive liquid
or matter shall be kept upon any
premises except in covered con
tainers of not less than 12 cubic feet
capacity and shall be removed from
said premises or disposed of within
not less than one week, unles" other
wise ordered disposed of by the Board
of Health or its duly authorized
26. No garbage, stable manure,
night soil or animal or vegetable
refuse of any nature what soever
which is subject to decay shall be
used for grading purposes or for
filling in house lots or any other tract
27. No persons or corporation
shall convey throngh the streets of
any city, town or village of the Ter
ritory any garbage, offensive liquid
or matter, swill or filth, except in
such containers as will prevent spill
ing and leakage.
28. Pub'ic dumping grounds for
the dumping and disposition of gar
bage shall be designated from time
to time by the Board of Health and
uo garbage shall be dumped or de
posited in any place other than the
place or places so designated by the
Board of Health.
The Board of Health.
By its President.
L. E. PINKHAM.
Secretary, Board of Health.
I hereby sanction and approve the
foregoing Rules and Regulations.
G. R. CARTER.
Governor of the Terrritory of Hawaii.
Dec 30-Jan. 6-13th.
The regular quarterly meeting of
stockholders of the Maul Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held at the
office of the Company," ou Wednes.
day, January 17th, 1906, at 7.30 P.
The regular annual meeting of
stockholders of the Maui Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held at the
office of the Company, on Wednesday,
January 24th, 1906, at 7.30 P. M.
Secretary Maul Wine & Liquor Co.
Dec. 30, Jan. 6, 13, 20.
Tenders for Supplying Walluku
Sealed tenders for furnishing the
following supplies for the Wailuku
Jail for the term of one year will
be received at the office of the Jailor,
Wailuku up to Dec. 30th 1905,
10 a. m. as follows:
1st and 2nd quality beef per lb.
Pork " "
1st and 2nd " Salmon " Bbl.
Hawaiian Rice per " Bg.
No 1 and No 2 Island Sugar per "
Saloon Pilot " lb.
Coffee " "
Saop per box.
The bidder must be prepared to
furnish a satisfactory bond iu the
sum of 1500 for the continued and
regular delivery of auy or all of
said supplies bid for. The right to
reject any or all bids is hereby re
For further information apply to
David Crowell, Jailor, Wailuku.
AIe will soil towels at
In many kinds and varieties
Try our new pack: of California ripe olives In tins.
Telephone your 3 orders for Groceries etc. and
they will receive our prompt attention.
Open Saturday Evenings
and pillow cases made up.
The Emporium of