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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A fL Kepolkal. Circuit Judge, WalliiKU
Edmund H. Hurt. Clork Circuit Court. Wnlliiku
Jnilge W. A. McKay UlBt. Magistrate, Wailuku
" J. Recard " " Lahalna
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawno
" Kunukay, " ' Honuaula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
' Pllmanu, " " Klpahulu
" McCorriston " " Molokal
" Kahoohalahaln, " ' Lanal
W. T. Kohinsun, Tax Assessor Watluku
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assossor Watluku
A. F. Tavarea "aia
G. Punn, Lntmlna
M. H. Router, " " Hana
Wm. Hnnnlnp, Suporvisor, Chairman Lahnini
W. H. Cornwell.
T. M. Church.
J. II. Hnlualnnt,
T, T. Meyers,
D. II. Cane,
I,. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Kaao,
T. Clark, Deputy Slierllt
u. k. i.iniisay,
J. H. Mahoo,
Sheriffs Clork Wailuku
Try the Wailuku Cash Store.
All public schools will open on Mon
day next, January 8th 1906.
The board of Supervisors have had
an experiment made on the Kahului
road with oil that promises to be a
The Knights of Pythias will hold
their annual election to night.
See the new ad of W. C. Peacock
& Co. in this weeks issue.
A number of new and pretty cot
tages have recently been built in
The Kahului Railroad Co. have
just received a large supply of lum
ber and a're getting out a very neat
pi icelist which they will soon mail to
The meeting of the Ladies Guild of
Wailuku will be held Tuestiay after
noon Jan. 9, at the residence of J.
A very pleasant luau was given by
'Judge A. N. Kepoikai at the fishery
Welnosday to his many friends.
The stpam road roller was resur
rected Thursdny and again put into
Rev. Rowland B Dodge, Pastor of
the Union Church Wailuku. Com
munion. Service Sunday afternoon at
5 P. M. to which a cordial invitation
is extended to all who would care to
Public Worship, as usual, at 7. 80
P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting on
Thursday evening at 7. 80 P. M. at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon.
The Haleakala Lodge K" of P. are
giving a ball at the Armory. Invi
tations will be out to-day.
Improvement Association holds its
annual election next Thursday. All
The Maui Wine and Liquor Co. has
just received the largest line of Chi
nese wines and liquors that are car-,
ried by 8 ny house in the Territory.
They are sold at Honolulu prices.
The executive committees of the
various native clturches held a meet
ing at Koahumanu Church Wailuku
to discuss improvements for the
several churches od Maui. A large
attendance was present.
The ball given by the Knight of
Pythias last Saturday was the best
given at their castle hall since the
night of their dedication. Several
hundred people were present and all
enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
Hon. II. P. Daldwin was a return
ing passenger from Honolulu Wednes
day. W. G. Scott of Pain was in town
Tuesday in the interest of his bus
iness. Mrs. Carnegie of the Maui Hotel
spent New Year's day at Knaapnll.
Dr. R. H. Dinegar and J. L. Coke
spent new years day in Lahaina.
C. D. Lufkin was a passenger to
Frank Vida returned to Honolulu
,fter spending a pleasant vacation
on Maui among his friends.
Tim Lyons returned to Honolulu
Wednesday after spending a couple
of weeks with his mnny friends. Tim
as the happy facultly of making
friends wherever he goes. Come
Miss Starbird principal of the
chool at Hana f.s spending her vaca
tion in Wailuku.
Mrs. G. A. Hansen hus been quite
ill during the week but is recovering
Little Tom, the son cf Supervi
sor T. M. Church was painfully burn
ed Wednesday evening by putting his
hand in to a plate of hot candy.
Mrs. Way the steuographer for
the county attorney went tj Honolu
lu Wednesday. Mrs. Way has many
friends on Maui who will be sorry to
know that she does not expect to re
C. A. Kanaeholo, one of the pop
ular clerks of the Kahului Store is at
home nursing a case of blood poison
in his wrist.
Engineer Hugh Howell is in town
this week attending the meeting of
the board of supervisors.
J. I. Arcia who ha& heeti in the
employ of the Hygeia Soda end Ice
Works as bookkeeper has lesigned
his position and went to Honolulu
Miss Polhemus, one of the nurses
of the Puunene Uospitul took the
Kinau Tuesday for Hawaii where she
goes to visit Kilauea after which she
will return to San Francisco. She
was accompanied to Maalaea Bay by
Miss Emma Sperling nead nurse at
the Puunene Hospital.
SAM TAKES THE BULL BY THE
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF
THE KAUPAKALUA WINE AND
LIQUOR COMPANY LIMITED.
At a Special meeting of the Stock
holders of the Kaupakalua Wine and
Liquor Co. Ltd. held at Makawao,
Maui on the 31st. day of December
1905, the following named persons
were confirmed as the duly elected
officers of said Company to hold office
until the first Saturday after the
4th day of July 1906:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. M. Vivas President
A. S. Medeiroa Secretary
Macitl, Manuel Jose and J. R
Makawao, Maui, January 2nd. 1906
A. S. Medeiros Secret
ary Kaupakalua Wine and Liquor
The popular train despatchtr of
the Kahului Railroad H. B. Well-
er spent new year's day up country
with some of the Maui raised boys
and as a diversion they lassoed a
wild bull. As the bull was unus
ually unruly two ropes were thrown
on the animal's horns and on its
Sam got down to take off one
rope when the animal gave a sud
den plunge and fell at the same
time that Sam fell and in the mix
up Sam came out underneath and
somewhat worsted. The life of a
cowboy has its charms but not for
Sam who is thoroughly convinced
that railroading is more to the
taste of a gentlentan. He was not
seriously hurt but sustained bruis
es that will lay him up for a few
New Year's Eve was very quietly
spent at Puunene as many were out
Mrs. J. N. S. Williams gave a very
pleasant tennis party on their court
MonJay afternoon and some good
sets were played between some of the
The court was in splendid condition
and it was an ideal day for tennis.
A number of young men from the
club were iivited to the house for
dinner and a delightful dinner was
served. Mr?. Williams and Mrs.
Dora Von Tempsky acting as hostesses.
Later in the evening others came
n and enjoyed a few hours dancing.
At midjight the guests departed
with best wishes to the hostesses.
This was one of the most pleasant
evenings enjoyed at Puunene for a
A party from Kahului made the
ascension of Haleakala Sundaj re
turning Monday. They report having
had a very good trip except It was
very wet Sunday.
The work on the second mill at Pu
unene was finished Monday and both
mills started at twelve Monday night,
Grinding will probably proceed much
more rapidly now that both mills are
E. C. Campbell is on Hawaii en
oying a short vacation. He is visit
ing his sister Mrs. W. G. Ogg of Pa-
F. P. Rosecrans is acting post
master and station agent in his absence.
There was a very exciting game of
base-ball between the Molokai's and
the Ilimas at Kilohana Park on Jan.
1st. The Molokai's Team composed
of Honolulu and Molokai boys played
good ball, while the Ilimas showed up
as usual in fine form. Summary of
the game is as follows:
MOLOKAf AB. R. BH .A.
H. Sheldon 2B 4 3 4 3
E. Fernandez P 3 1 3 2
H McCorriston c 4
S. McCorriston If 4
H.Chillingswortb ss 4
Jli, McCorriston cf 4
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A. Hose db-ss
Espinda p-3b 4
D. Espinda 2b
W. Searl cf
E. A. Dunn If
W. Buchanan lb
W. Espinda rf
J. Espinda c
struck out by P Espinda 4 J. King
J. .Fernandez 6. Bases' on Balls
off Espinda 2 J. King 2 off E. Fernan
Time of game 1 hr. 55 min. Umpir
ed W. Kaiuakini and J. L. Coke.
Score by Inning
Ilimas 102012211 10.
Molokai 210310020 9
Notice to Corporations.
The following letter has been sent
to all Corporations throught the
Your attention is hereby directed
to the following excerpts from the
Revised Laws of Hawaii:
Section 2566. "Annual Exhibit."
Every corporation not eleemosynary,
religious, literary or educational,
shall annually present a full and ac
curate exhibit of the state of its
affairs to the treasurer, at such times
as the treasurer shall direct
Section 2565. Any person or per
sons who shall do business as a
corporation or hold themselves out
to be a corporation without having
complied with the provisions of law
shall he held to be guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction shall be
punished by a bne not exceeding Five
You are hereby further directed
to comply "with the provisions of
law" as provided by the quoted ex
cerp from Section 2566 of the Revis
ed Laws of Hawaii by presenting to
the Treasurer cf the Territory of
Hawaii on or before the 31st day of
January, A. D. 1906, a full and ac
curate exhibit or the state of your
affairs as of and on December 31st,
A. D. 1905, such exhibit to be made
in accordance with and upon the
blank form of exhibit he re with enclos
ed. Failure by you to comply wiih said
provision or law within the time and
in the manner stated will incur im
The toregoing notice and request
is made by this orace upon request
of Hon. A. J. Campbell, treasurer,
E. C. PEfERS,
Attorney General, Territory of
California Ripe Olives 35 cents a. can.
You want a
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to amuse you.
To kill off that ennui and tako away that tired feel-
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That brings to your own homo the best players and
singers of the age that it would tako a lifetime of travel
to go and seo and then you would miss some of them.
We have them
The Best Machines made.
Look eit the F
$25.00 $1. OOO
down, and $1.00 per.
week. Also two other
Machines only $12.50
and $15.00 each.
wm - AIL on exhibition
at our store.
A graphophone should be in every home
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Ten inches ext 60c each.
California Ripe Olives 35 cents a can.
Look: at this Range.
Named for tho Pathfinder Genl. Fremont will stand all kinds of hard usage.
Stoves & Ranges
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$11.00 to $50.00
Phone us your orders
and they will receive
Open Saturday Evenings.
The Emporium of the Pacific.
California Ripe Ol ves 35 cents a can.
we will supply thim.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd.