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SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
THE MAUI NEWS
Hnn. A Kf. Kepolkal. Circuit Juclgn, WbIIuku
Edmund H.Hart. (Jlerk Circuit Court. Walhiku
Jndge W. A. McKay Uist. Magistrate, Wailuku
" .1. Recard " " Lahaina
" Onus. Cnpp, " " Malm who
' Kunukau, Honmiula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hnna
" Pllmanu. " " KIpahulu
" McCorrlston " " Molnkal
" Kahoohalahaln, " ' Lanat
W. T. Robinson, Tax Asuumor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavares Paia
O. Dunn, " Latialna
M. H. Kcutor, " " - Hana
Wm. HennlnR, Supervisor, Chairman l.nhnlna
W. H. Cornwall, " Wailuku
T. M. Church, " MukiMvan
J. H. tlnliialanl, 11 Hunn
T. T. Muyers, " Molokal
D. H. Case, County Attorney
L. M. HaUlnln, Treasurer
Chas. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaac, Clerk
Wm. SnfTery, Sheriff Wailuku
Kdw. Rogers, Sheriffs Clerk Wailuku
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff Wailuku
C. R. Lindsay, " Lahaina
Kilpar Morton, H " Makawao
F, Wlttrock, " " Hana
J. H. Mataoe, ' " Molokal
The pipe lines of the H. C. & S.
Co's new pumping station will be
built by the Honolulu Iron works
The Hoe will be over a mile long.
Work on the excavations for the
new pumping station has been begun
The laborers on the H. C. & S. Co's
plantation all seem to be contented
and jvoik progresses rapidly.
The Puunene Mill turned out nearly
One thousand six hundred tons of
sugar last week. For three days
she averaged over three hundred
tons per day.
A contract has been let for a large
pumping station of ten million gallons
per day capacity on the H. C. & S
Co's plnntation. The pumps will be
built by the Allis -Chalmers com
pany of Chicago.
The Aloha Glee Club will furnish
free music in the rooms above the
Aloha Saloon beginning at 7 o'clock
The citizens of Lahaina who desire
to take a few shares in the Lahaina
National Bank may do so by commun
ticating with Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wai
luku at an early date.
What came near being a serious
accident was avoided by the presence
of mind and prompt act of F. J.
Wheeler conductor on the Kahului
A car with some twenty odd
school children were on a car on
their way home from school. The
engine was away taking sand further
up the track when the car started
down the track Mr. Wheeler seeing
the car running down the track ran
to the switch and turned the car on
an up grade switch.
The editor of the News acknow
ledges the receipt of the following
invitation and sincerely regrets his
in ibihty to attend.
'You are cordially invited to spend
a nicht wi" Burns January 27th at
7,30 P. M. in Kahuku Club House."
The Wailuku Volunteer Fire Com
pany meet next Tuesday Jan. 30th
for drilling purposes.
See notice in another colum.
The Maui Wine and Liquor Com
pany held its annual meeting Wed
nesday and elected officers for the
The Kahului store is just as busy
as ever. Its many improvements are
The new Oldsmobile of Mr. C. D.
Lufkin is one of the prettiest and best
Automobiles on Maui.
See the new advertisement of Drs.
Weddick and Dinegar.
The services at the various churches
conducted; by archdeacon Jeffries
were much appreciated. Mr. Jeffries
is a speaker of talent and ability, and
all praise him highly.
A fine lot of horses, forty three in
number were brought down from
Waimea JJawaii last week by Barny
Judd and sold on Maui.
Another consignment are to
be brought down soon.
Au office boy Is wauted at the
Kahului Railroad Office.
Preferment in Cuba.
In the markets ot Cuba articles
imported from the United States
enjoy an advantage over those im
ported from any other country. Thus
American cattle are admitted at 40
per cent lower tariff rates than those
Imposed on imports from other coun
tries, and other live meat animals
and packing house products at a
reduction of 20 per cent. This pre
fereutial treatment of United States
products is guaranteed by the treaty
Honorable If. P. Hnldwiii and Mrs.
Baldwin left for Honolulu by '-he
Claudine of Wednesday.
D. Conway and Mr. MeKenzie of
Theo. II. Davies & Co. are still on
Maui in the interest of their firm.
A. Waal and Mrs. Waal and child
were visitors in Wailuku Saturday,
J. N. Gere who bin charge of the
0 instruction of McGregors Landing
was in town Wednesday and reports
the sand along the beach near the
landing as having all been washed
Miss Violet Makee has been spend
ing the week as guest of Mrs. J. M.
Dowsctt at Puuomalei.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin made a business
trip to Lahaina and return in his new
Mrs. D. C. Lindsay of Paia took
the Mauna Loa to Honolulu Thursday
evening expecting to meet Mr. Lin
dsay upon his arrival from the Coast
Mondav the 29th.
Mrs. James Kirkland has returned
to Wailuku, having spent a week or
ten days with her daughter Mrs Wm.
Walsh at Puuuene.
Mr. L. ven Tempsky was a county
seat visitor one day this week.
W. G. Scott and wife were in town
from Paia on Thursday.
Miss Huntington from Porto Rico
and Mrs. Frear are at the Maui
LP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGerrow cele-
brateed the birthday of their adopted
child last Saturday evening by giving
a luau to their friends. A fine spread
of Hawaiian dishes had been prepar
ed for the occasion and about 8
oclock the guests were seated at
table. After the luau the rooms
were cleared the guests enjoyed
themselves dancing for a few hours.
Some fine music was furnished by
sdme of the young ladies. About
thirty people were present at the
luau. Miss Regina Naukana came up
from Honolulu Saturday in o ruing -to
attend the luau.
H. E. Savage arrived by tr-eKinau
Tuesday evening to take the position
of assistant chemist at Puunene Mill.
Mrs. E. C. Threlfall is out again
Efter an operation in the Puunene
F. L. Webster completed his work
on the cane loaders Tuesday and left
for Honolulu on Wednesday.
The Alaskan was obliged to move
out of the harbor on Wednesday
night owing to the heavy surf and the
Considerable damage was done to
the Kihei wharf by the Kona storm
last week. The donky house and
part of the wharf being washed
away. Wore or less damage was
done in Kula the full extent of
which is not known. The heaviest
rains of the season fell in that dis
Mrs. Prescott has been very ill
at the Puunene Hospital the past
week. We are glad to learn she is
Mr. Geo. Mayfield will act as
steward of the Puunene Club after
the 1st. of February.
The Chinese employees of the plan
tation are all celebrating their New
years this week which fell on the
21th. of Jan.
Few Supplies from Russia.
The surplus meat of Russia is not
sufficient in quantity or quality to
have much entiuence upon the world's
markets. What there is of a meat
producing industry in that country
is generally in the hands of peasants,
who are not able to incur the expense
necessary to produce good fat meat
animals. This is especially true of
cattle. Many of the cattle sold are
too old for dairying or farm labor,
and often a peasant sells hii surplus
cattle in the fall rather than feed
them during the winter.
Difficulties iu securing prompt
transportation across the western
fronteer have also hindered the
growth of Russia's meat export trade.
In 1904 that country exported $2,
000,000 worth of live meat auimals
2,000,000 worth of packing-house
products, and $3,000,000 worth of
poultry and game chiefly live geese
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
J. PALI SYLVA, late of Wailuku,
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for sale of R.al Estate.-
On rradiiig' and (l ing the Petition
ofTIIOS. 15 LYONS, Administra
tor of the Estate of J. PALI SYLVA,
deceased, alleging that claims against
said Estate of $1274.10 have been
presented to said Administrator, and
approve d by him, and that ihere is
not enough funds of said Estate in his
hands to pay tl e same, and praying
that he may be authorized to sell all
of the real property of said deceased
which is in sail petition more fully
describe:! and set forth:
It is ordered that MondDy.'tho 2Cth
day of February, A. D. 190G, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hcrehy is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this court at Wai
luku, Maui, at which time and place
alliiersons concerned may . appear
and show cause, tf any they have, why
said Petition should not be gran tad,
and that notice of this order be pub
lished in the English language for
three successive weeks in "Evening
Bulletin," a dally newspaper publish
ed in Honolulu, and in the "Maui
News," a weekly newspaper publish
ed in Wailuku:
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Jan. 15th
(Seal) A. N. KEPOlkAI,
Judge of the Ciicuit Court of the
(Sd.) EDMUND II. HART.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit. i
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. II.
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 Secretar'.
A. N. Hayseldon Auditor.
The above with
C. L. Scrimger )
W. L. Decoto )
January 2 1900.
The annual meeting of the Farmers'
Institute of Hawaii will bo held at
Kamehameha Schools on Saturdoy,
February, 3 1909.
The programme will be as follows:
2:30 p. m. Business Meeting.
Report of the Secretary.
Election of officers
Report of Committee on
3: 30 p. m. Spraying Demonstration
D. L. Van Dine
J. E. Higgins
4 p. m. Inspection of the farm and
shops of Kamehameha Manual Train
Music Kamehameha Glee Club
Address of Welcome
President P. L. Home
Response and President's annual
address Mr. Jarcd G. Smith
Music. . .Kamehameha Mandolin Club
The Use of the Agricultural Colleges
Prof. U. Thompson
Music Kamehameha Glee Club
Sisal and other Commercial fibers. . .
Mr. Win. Weinrich, Jr.
All those who are interested are
cordially invited to be present at
both the afternoon and evening ses
(Signed) J. E. BIGGINS,
At the annual meeting of stock
holders of the MAUI WINE &
LIQUOR CO. LTD. the following
officers and directors were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
W. T. Robinson, President
R. A. Wadsworth, Vice-president.
J. Garcia, Secretary & Treasurer
V, T. Robinson, II. Streubeck.
R. A. Wadsworth, F. Sommerfeld.
J. Garcia, A. K. Steuder
D. F. Nicholson.
Jan. 27,-Feb. 3,rd.
Open Saturday Evenings
Ripe Olives in tins,
Olives in Tins,
Ripe Olives in tins.'
OlKes in HTins.
Ripe Olives in tins,
lll H w J
111 ML 111W
of the Pacific.
for the German market.