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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A V. Kopolkftl, Circuit ludfre, WallhKU
Eilmunrt H.llnrt. Clerk Circuit Court, Wniliiku
J ridge W. A. McKay Dtst. Maglmrate, Walluku
" .T. Rccard " " Lnlmlna
" Chan. Copp, " " Maknwan
Kunukau, " ' Hommula
" J. Kalama, " ' Huns
" Pilmanu. " " Klpahulu
" McCorrlston " " Molokat
" Knboohnlanala, " ' I. anal
W. T. llobinson, Tax A-.sRSor Walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. F. Tavares I'ala
G. Punn, " Lahainn
M. H. Reutor, 14 " Hana
Wm. HnnnitiK, Supervisor, Chairman Latialnn
W. H. Cornwoll,
T. M. cnurcn,
J. II. Halualanl,
T. T. Movers,
D. H. Case,
L. M. Haldwln,
W. F. Kaao,
T, Clnrk, Deputy Sherift
C. It. Lindsay,
J. H. Mahoo,
Sheriffs Clork Walluku
Wanted in Wailuku one or two
first class dress makers and seams
tresses. The Maul Publishing Go. has made
many improvements In its office re
cently. The whole building has been re
painted inside and out. The office
rearranged and is now much lighter
cooler and convenient than before.
The News received a new book bind
ing press and implements for doing
all kinds of book binding this week.
Our book binder is a skillful work
man of many years experience and
does the best work.
Archdeacon Jeffries will preach at
The Church of the Good Shepherd on
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Carefully read all the advertise
ments in the News. They are good
and deserve the patronage of Maui
The Kahului Store is just what it
claims to be. Read their new ad.
each week and then go and see for
The Wailuku Fruit Market has a
full line of fresh fruits. Next week
they will have Pure Kona Coffee.
Have you tried the groceries at
the Wailuku Cash Store? Their
prices are low and their goods ex
cellent. Dickie Davis was seen Friday
morning and assured us that the
kona blew the Maui Wine & Liquor
Co. in' a full line of goods.
' The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku will
meet at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mood Tuesday January 23rd. All
memders are requested to be present.
Special business. Mrs. J. N. S. Wil
liams president. Mrs. F. Nicholson
Return the Bills.
So Far as known there is nothing in
the county act providingthat the audi
tor of the Territory shall contract
bills for printing and suplies to be
paid for by the county, and yet only
last week Auditor Maguire received
something, like forty-five dollars
worth of printing from Honolulu that
had been ordered by Auditor Fisher
without any request from the county
officials or the Board of Supervisors.
If the territorial officials desire to
devise forms there may bp no object
ions to their being sent here for
printing, but there is no reason why
the officials should butt in further
than to suggest. Hllo printing offices
can take care of the work and to
the satisfaction of their customers.
It Is our impression that the County
officials of Maui are quite as com
petent to conduct the county affairs
as the Territorial officials are to
conduct the affairs of the territory
and we stillhold to that belief.
The quotation from the Herald shows
that the territorial Auditor hasnt
yet learned that he is not the whole
thing and' the sooner he is called down
Not only has Hawaii a kick but
Maul also against the Auditor for
Assuming authority that is foreign to
The board of supervisors should
order any supplies they deem neces
sary and not the Territorial Auditor.
Incidentall we may say that our
office is equipped to do all classes of
ruling printing and binding and being
a local establishment employing local
men, and paying taxes for the county
of Maul we assert that as long as our
, work and prices are satisfactory we
should at least have an opportinuty
of doing the work.
J. Gross is town.
Mr. A . Enos, Wife ami child return
ed Saturday from Honolulu.
It is reported that Augustine
caught the actress fevor when in
Hugh ITowcll made n flying trip to
Honolulu on business tins week.
L. iiaikhausen was departing
passenger to Honolulu this week.
Mrs- James Scott of Kihei who has
been quite ill since her return from
her huntir.gr trip in British Columbia,
Mr. and Mrs. II. 13. Penhallow
are the happy parents of a 10 lbs
son born to them Saturday Jan. 6 th.
Miss Jennie Hansen returned to
Honolulu to resume her studies at
Normal school having been deta'ned
a couple of weeks on account of her
Dr. J. II, Raymond returned from
Ulupalakua Tuesday, reporting
heavy rainfall at Kahikinui and Ulu
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Opeland have
moved into D. H. Case's house dur
ing his absense.
Mr. and Mrs. J. IT. Raymond en
tertained for dinner Thursday night,
coures being laid for ten.
Mrs. Hayselden is In Lahaina for a
few days visiting relatives and
C. B. Wells was a Honolulu visitor
Miss Huntington, a teacher from
Porto Rico, came over from Lahaina
last week, and expects to spend a
month on Maui, at present she is at
the Alexander House.
L. von Tempsky was transacting
business in Wailuku Thursday.
Mr. F. W. Hardy and son were in
Wailuku last Thursday.
Inspector of Schools II . M. Wells
passed throught Wailuku Wednesday
to Lahaina to meet Supt. of Public
Instruction W. II. Babbit on his re
turn from Lanai and together they
will visit all the schools on Maui where
buildings are contemplated.
J. P. Cooke paid Maui a visit this
week returning to Honolulu per Wed
Mr. McKcnzieofT. H. Davis & Cos.
Grocery department is spending a
.few days on Maui acquainting himself
with local business.
D. L. Austin representing thexl
Pacific Hardware Co. of Honolulu
returned to Honolulu Wednesday
after having made a tour of the is
land In the interest of his firm.
J. A. Harris the painter was a
passenger to Honolulu Wednesday.
He expects to buy a white washing
machine that will greatly lessen the
cost of work on such work.
William A Kinney one of Honolulus
most prominent attorney paid Wai
luku a visit this week returning
George M. Bruce, book-keeper for
the Wailuku Sugar Co. resigned his
position somedays ago and took the
steamer Wednesday for Honolulu,
Rev. Thwing went to Lahaina per
Father Maxirain was a departin g
passenger from Kahului Wednesday
by the Claudine.
The engagement is announced of
Miss Isabella Bor ba of Wailuku to
Mr. A. J. Feruandes of Kahului.
The wedding is to tale place in
Archdeacon Jeffries arrived
Archdeacon Jeffries from Texas is
Expected to arrive on Maui to
day and has the following appoint
ments. Saturday P. M. 7:45 Salvation
Sunday A. M. 11. At the church of
the God Shepherd.
At 3;30 at Kahului church.
Onunday at 7;3U P. M. at Union
On Tuesday evening at 7:30 The
Archdeacon will adress a mass meet
ing at the Kaahuinanu church.
On Wednesday evening wi:l precch
at the Wainee Church in Lahaina,
under the auspices of the Salvation
army and the Wainee church.
Mr. John Martin Suprinteudent of
'.he Anti- Saloon League of the Is
lands will speak at the jail Sunday
nioru'ng, and at the salvation Army
service and at the Kaahuinanu
Church at the C. E. meeting Sunday
eveuiug at 0:30.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Etate of
J. PALI SYLVA, late of Wailuku,
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for sale of Ral Estate.
On reading and fl ing the Petition
of THOS. B. LYONS, Administra-
torofthe Estate of J.PALI SYLVA,
deceased, alleging that claims against
said Estate of 11274.10 have been
presented to said Administrator, and
approved by him, and that there is
not enough funds of said Estate in his
hands to pay ti e same, and praying
that he may be authorized to sell all
of the real property of said deceased
which Is In said petition more fully
described and set forth:
It is ordered that Monday, the 26th
day of February. A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby, is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this court at Wal
luku, Maui, at which time and place
allpersonB concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have, why
said Petition should not be granted,
and that notice of this order be pub
lished in the English language for
three successive weeks in "Evening
Bulletin," a daily newspaper publish
ed in Honolulu, and in the "Maul
News," a weekly newspaper publish
ed in Wailuku:
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Jan. 15th
(Seal) A. N. KEPOIAI,
Judge of the Chcuit Court of the
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Jan. 20-27-Feb. 3 and 10.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Koolau Rubber Co.
Ldt. held at Wailuku Maui. T. H.
on Jan 13 1906. the following offiicers
were elected to serve for the ensu
James L. Coke President.
W. A. McKay Vice President.
R. A. Wadsworth Treasurer.
Hugh Howell Secretary.
A. N. Hayseldon Auditor.
The above with
C. L. Scrimger )
W. L. Decoto )
f January 2 1906.
i HUGH HOWELL.
An amendment in the by-laws of
the MAUI WINE & LIQUOR Co.
changing the date of the Annual
meeting from the Fourth Wednesday
in January to the Third Wednesday
of each year will be considered at the
meetinof January 24th, 1906.
Secretary Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Baldwin Flemming Wedding.
One of ' the prettiest weddings
and one that unites two of Mauis
best young people took place at Ma
kawao church on Wednesday of this
week. The contracting parties are
Mr. Harry Washburn Baldwin and
Miss Agnes Flemming. The church
was beautifully decorated and Maui's
best people were present to witness
the happy event.
The maid of honor was Miss. Mary
Flemming and the best man was
John Flemming of the office of Alex
ander and Baldwin. The two little
flower girls were Dorothy Lindsay
and Lois Murdock both of whom
were dressed in pink.
The ushers were D. F. Flemming
R. Dowdle, W. F. Engle and Dr.
George S. Aiken. Reverent B. V.
Tne young couple will reside in
YOUNGEST CHILD OP D. L.
On Saturday laBt at 7:15 P. M
Rebecca Meyer aged one year and
four months died at the home of
her father D. L. Meyer.
She was left an orphan by the
death of her mother when she was
but three weeks old and is the fifth
member of the family to die dur
ing the past year and a half.
Her father has the sympathy of
the whole community in his quin
California Ripe Olives in tins.
For this weather
And .a full line of tnis years
California Ripe Olives in tins,
hundreds of different styles and assortments.
For the Gentlemen
A new line of PAJAMAS In crepes and silks
SLLK SUSPENDERS with
GOLD PLATED BUCKLES
Imported French artistic linen handkerchiefs.
California Ripe Olives in tins.
Open Saturday Evenings.
TheEmporium of the Pacific.