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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A ff. Kopolknl. Circuit JiKljte, Wntltmu
K'lraunrt H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court, WniluUu
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Wulluku
" J. Ri'cnrd " " Lnhulna
" ("him. Copp, " " Maknro
" Kunuknn, " ' Hominula
" J. Kalama, " Huna
" Pllmnnu, " " Klpnliulu
" MoUorrlstnn " " Molokai
" Kahnohalanaln, " 1 l.nnal
W. T. Holiinsun, Tax Assessor Wailuku
J. N. K. Koola, Doputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavarua I'ula
O. Putin, " ' Ltthnlna
M. H. Ucutor, M " lluna
, COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Wm. Ilpnnlnit, Supervisor, Chairman Lnhntna
W. H. Cornwcll,
T. M. t;nurcn,
J. H. Hnlualani,
T, T. Meyers,
U. H. Cru,
L. M. Haliiwln,
W. F. Kro,
T. Clark, Deputy Sherlfl
C. R. Lindsay, " "
Eiinnr Morton, " "
F, WHtrock, " "
J. H. Mahoo, " "
Sherlffa Clerk Wailuku
For fine Butter and Cheese.
Wailuku Cash Store.
Draught Beer will be served at
the Aloha Salcon today.
Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Austin drove
over to Lahaina last week, visiting
Mrs. Decoto, returning Sunday.
' Mrs. G. L. Keeney ot Puunene
accompanied ber sister to Lahaina
Saturday last, returning Monday.
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky of Kula
spent last week as guest of Mrs. J.
N. S. Williams, Puunene, and Mrs. J.
H. Raymond of Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken were
visitors to Honolulu by last Friday's
Kinau, returning Tuesday night.
Dr. J. H. Raymond returned to
Wailuku Tuesday night.
Rev. Edward W. Thwiug will
preach Sunday evening at the usual
hour of 7:30 at the Union Church,
The cottage prayer meeting will
be held at 7:30 Thursday evening at
the home of Mr. W. F. Crockett.
Mr. Carl Waldeyer has rented the
the homestead formerly occupied by
Dr. Armitage, he will put in some
needed repairs in anticipation of the
return of his family from the coast,
the latter part of January.
A large number of invited guests
attended a bountiful feast, at the re
sidence of Mr. Reiman in Napili last
Sunday. Lahaina was well repre
sented. Miss Huntington, a Porto Rico
teacher, is at Lahainaluna. She has
leave of absence for a year, and is
travelling around the world with her
Mrs. Tayor and Eva, and Miss
Mac Donald, have returned to Hono
lulu. Mrs. France3 S. Molony, Miss A.
Z. Hadley, Mr. Flack and Rev. S.
Kapu came on the steamer from Ho
nolulu. Mfss Plhi has resumed work as a
teacher in the Lahaina School.
Miss Ivy Richardson has declined
the position offered her at the Hono
kohau School. '
Mrs. Captain Ingram, formerly a
teacher in the Lahaina Kindergar
ten, is living at the camp in Honolu
lu, where her husband has been as
signed for duty.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gannon are
at their home In the cottage formerly
occupied by the Olsen family, and
subsequently by Mrs. Kohler.
Dr. Franklin Burt is now practic
ing at Pukoo, Molokai.
On Monday morning there were
203 pupils in the Lahaina School
the largest number that has ever
been present on the school.
There were 472 steamer calls at
Lahaina in 1905. About 5,000 mail
bags were lauded here, during tlie
last twelve months.
Haleakala Lodge Ball.
The officers and members of the
Hawaiian Lodge Knights of Pythias
gave a very enjoyable dance at the
aaiory on the 10th hist at which
some three hundred invited guests
Excellent music was furnished by
the Waikapu Quintet club and at
midnight light refreshments were
The managers deserve much credit
for the able manner in which they
couducted the whole affair. Dancing
was kept up until a late hour and all
seemed to enjoy a very pleasant
Harry Copp has resigned his posi
tion as captain of police.
Attorney J. M. Vivas went to Ho
nolulu on business this week.
Miss Helen Gilhatis returned to
school in Honolulu Wednesday.
Mrs. A. Poole the dreimaker weut
to Honolulu by Wednesdays boat.
C. 8. Srimgeus was a returning
passenger from Honolulu this week.
W. M. Chamberlain of the law of
fice of W. O. SrnRh returned to Ho
Inspector of Schools, H. M. Wells
returned to Maui this week and will
at once assume his dudes.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin has returned
from Honolulu where he organized a
new bank for Lahaina, Mali.
Miss Nancy Daniels was a return
ing passenger to Honolulu Wednes
day where she is attending school.
Dan T. Carey is suffering with a
case of blood poisoning the result of
a slight wound in the back of his
Police officer John Brown who was
operated on for appendicitis by Doc
tors Weddick and Dinegar is rapidly
Attorney Frank E. Tbcmpson hos
returned to Honolulu after spending
a week on Maui assisting in installing
new officers of the higher-lodges of
Joshua D. Tucker who Instituted
the higher lodges of Masonry on
Maui this week and installed the of
ficers thereof returned to Honolulu
Ex Senator Hocking of the Hono
lulu Brewinc and Malting Company
of Honolulu is on town in the interest
of his firm. His Prima Beer is gain
ing in poplarity every day.
Miss Jennie Hansen who has spent
her vacation with her parents was a
returning passenger 'to Honolulu
where she will soon graduate from
the nomal school.
M. F. Prosser deputy Attorney
General took the Kinau thi i week
for Kona where he gees to repre
sent the Territory in a suit over the
possession of asehool house in Kona.
Mrs. Atchery and the department
of Education are the contending par
ties. Dr, Geo. Aiken Dentist will be in
Puunene on the 16th instant on
professional business and from there
will go to Kahului where he will
be pleased to receive all who wish
Brst class dental work done at rea
sonable rates. He will bo at Camp
V. Store the first part of next week.
R. H. Anderson went to Honolulu
this week to attend the annual meet
ing of the Nahiku Rubber Co. Limit
ed, which will be held in Honolulu on
the 16th inst. Mr. Anderson gives
a very encouraging report of the
growth of the young trees but say
some of the seeds and many of the
stumps imported wa re unsatisfac
tory. Lahaina To Bo Congratul ated.
The Lahaina National Bank has
been organized arid incorporating
papers have been forwarded to Wash
ington by C. D. Lufkin, the Dromot
er. The bank has been capitalized
at twenty five thousand dollars, all
of which has been subscribed and
fifty per cent of which has been
paid. The Lahaina National Bank
will be under the same management
as the Firsf National Bank of Wailu
ku and the stockholders will be, as
far as possible, identical. The tem
porary directors are C. M. Cooke,
President; C. D. Lufkin, Vice Presi
dent; F. C. Atherton, Cashier; P. C.
Jones and C. II. Cooke Directors.
Mr. Lufkin hopes to receive autho
rity from the Comptroller of the Cur
rency to begin business about Jan
uary 17th and anticipates that the
bank will bo opca for business soon
after February first next. The
First National Bank of Wailuku has
been in business just four years and
its success id clearly set forth in
its fourth annual statement which
has recently been sent out.
Lahaina Is to be congratulated 'on
her acquisition of a National Bank
and we predict success for the Bank
and prosperity to the sister city.
Wailuku fully realizes the conven
ience of a conservative banking in
stitution and wonders how she could
have couducted her business so long
We congratulate you, Lahaina,
and wish you and your bank a very
.Happy and Prosperous New Year.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURTOKTHE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII, IN PROBATE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF WILLIAM PATTULLO L,
Pursuant to proper proceedings in
probate heretofore had in that be
half in re Estate of William Pattullo
L. Bett, the undersigned, Jessie
Brockie Bett on tne 8th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1906, was duly appoint
ed Administrator, qualified as such,
and on the same day had issued to
her Letters of Administration re
All Creditors of said William Pat
tullo L. Bett,deceased, and of said
Estate, are hereby notified to pre
sent .their claims, duly authenticat
ed, and with the proper vouchers if
any exist, even if the claim is secured
by mortgage upon real estate, to
the undersigned either at her resi
dence or place of business, in Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territoty of Hawaii,
or to D. II. Case, in said Wailuku,
within SIX MONTHS from the date
of this notice; (said date being the
date of the first publication of said
notice) otherwise suh claim, if any,
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku. Maui,
January 13, 1906.
JESSIE BROCKIE BETT,
Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIAM P. L. BETT, DECEASED.
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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 Compiny to hold office
until the first Saturday after the
4th day of July 1906:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
J. M. Vivas President.
A. S. Medeiros Secretary
A. F Tavares Treasurer
J. V. Macicl. Manuel Jose and J. R.
Makawao, Maui, January 2nd. 1906.
A. S. Medeiros Secre
tary Kaupakalua Wine and Liquor
The regular Annual meeting of
stockholders of the Kahului Whole
sale Liquor Company Limited will bo
held at Kahului Maui in the office of
said company on Wednesday January
24, 1906 at 7 o'clock P. M.
Secretary Kahului Wholesale
Liquor Company Limited. .
vols.; new edition.
Pony Premo Camera No. 5.(Plates
Black Walnut Bedroom Suite, Sin
ger Sewing Machine, Child's White
Enamelled Iron Crib, Glascock Baby
California Ripe Oliver In tins.
Do You. Use
Better try the
Red Cross Brand
put up in New York State the homo of pure
milk, from healthy cows and under modern
sanitary conditions, when you uso this milk
you know its pure.
2 Cans for 25 Cents .
Olives in tins.
California Green -Olives in bulk, the
choicest medium size olives in the
market. We guarantee them.
Only $1.50 per gallon.
Olives in tins
We have received New Goods.
By the Nevadan.
They will bo on exhibition next week and
tho prices are all right better como and see
Try that Egg. 0See for breakfast
Open Saturday Evenings.
The Emporium of the Pacific.