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,THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY JO, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOO
Hnn. A V. Knpolknt, Circuit JuiIko, WuIIuku
Kdmniirt H. Hurt. Work Circuit Court, Wnlluku
JndKB VV. A. McKny Dlst. MaKiHtrule, Wiiiliiku
J. Itwsrcl " " l.fthiilnn
" CllftH. Copp, " " MttkuWIM)
' Kiimilinu, " ' Ilunnmiln
" J. Knlamn, " ' Hin
" Plhimm.. " " Klpnhulu
" McOorrlston " " Mnlnlml
" Kiihnolmlnnnln, " ' I-ntml
W. T. Hoblnson, Tax Avwjssor wnlluku
J. N. K. Krniln, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tnvnrus Hnla
G. Punn, " Lnhnlna
M. H. Koutor, " " Hiino
Wm. Jlcnnlne, Supervisor, ChnlrmiiD l.tilmiiin
W. H. Cornwcll,
T. M. i:imreh,
J. II. Hnlunlani,
T. T. Meyers,
I). H. Cnsn,
Jj. M. llnlilwln,
W. F. Knan,
Sheriffs Clerk Wnlluku
T. OlarU, Deputy Slicrllt
U. K. L,imisny,
J. H. Mnhoo,
The new Wailuku depot will be
Compaay I were out drilling last
The town is full of boxers and some
fccod exhibits are expected.
The railing along the narrow
grade below the Waihee ditch on the
mill road was put in last week.
The railroad bridge across Waihee
H.C.& S. Cos. ditch is completed ant!
we may take the train from town to
Owing to the death of Mrs. R. A.
Lyman ot Ililo captaiu Lyman of the
Salvation Army was called to Hilo
, last week.
C. D. Lufkm was a passenger to
Honolulu by last Friday nights Kinau.
returning Tuesday night.
Ira Wells has returned from his
trip to the coast, much improved
Miss Geneive Dowsett visited with
Mrs. J. M. Dowsett at Puuonnik'i
the first of the week.
Mrs Dora vonTempsky came dawn
to Wailuku last Saturday to attend
the card parly of Mrs. Raymond,
she returned to her home Monday.
The Claudine was late' on leaving
Kahulni Wednesday owing to the
shipments of iron being more difllcult
to handle than other freight.
The piece of oil road at Kalmlu:
will soon be ready for travel. The
oil was furnished fiee to make tiie
test by the Kahului Railroad Com
pany. It is probable he may go to Japan
and Chinn in a few months to further
organize the church, and will proba
bly at that time make the Islands a
The Masons hold a stated meeting
Saturday evening and the Knights
of Pythias mest immediately after-H
ward in the K. P. Hall. The meet
ing of the masons will be jver by
Last Tuesday . evening Bishop
Hamilton of California, who has been
organizing the ( Conference of the
Methoditt Episcopal Church in this
territory, preaclied. at Union Church
to a large and appreciative unc'iuiice
His text was taken from J.nlges 3,
20, "I have a message from God unto
The Bishop has- becomo v. .11 knowj
in the Islands during the few weeks
he has been here, and is loved by all
who know him. He beim street
preaching in Bostiu, and was the
first pastor of the largn Peoples'
Temple, where he remained for
twenty three years. His wotk late
ly has been on the Pacific coast,
where in a short time he raised the
vast sum of $lf500,000 foV missionary
work in the Methodist Cl in ch.
On next Thursday 'evening the
usual cottage prayer: meeting of
Union Church. 'will be hell at the
home of the Settlement, unkers.
Miss Sue Huntington, u teacher of
the Normal -School of 1'urto Rico,
, who bus speijt five years in Spagi,
will speak ujion the work of the
Gulick School. The Gullck family
are well known in the Islands and the
School in Spain is world famous as a
great misgionar) institu'ion. A cor
dial invitation is exUded to all to
attend this meeting.
Eclipse oi the moon.
Ou Thursday evenir,' a total eclipse
of the moon took pla e-
Many were out to tea it and viewed
the sime with muct interest. The
eclipse began a lit 'a after seven
o'clock and by 8:27 it was comeplete.
Two kuowing Japanese suggested
that it was due to he moons sick
ness. By 11:10 o'loek the moon
was again shining brgl'tly-
1 Cbvli, Fitzgerald M, R. C. V.
II;nii,,a w in town.
i iliu Y;i'tnnn fif Honolulu is regis
tovdni iiMilu n,,tel .
"H ITlunilton and Mrs. Ilamil
td ! ;ire rr-jfistorod at the Maui.
, M 0. )I. Pavis left for Honolulu
h(- Ni'dri'qdny's boat to visit friends.
! C A. Vii-Kerv L-ft. for Honolulu bv
U Str. Claudine last Wednesday's.
W. Minin and wife from San Fran
ciMo lire stopping at the Maui Hotel.
!'V. J. Nua is ill at. his home. Dr.
'U'ddiik is attending him.
L. Decker is ill at his home.
fie has been confined to his bed for
Paid Bell the popular engineer
"fKiliej was a visitor to town Sun
d,y. Mrs. IV. Von Seirern and two
Children left for Honolulu by the last
The Hon II. P. Baldwin made a
flying trip to Honolulu by Wednes
Supervisor Wm. Henning and wife
rf Laha'uia are registered at the
Maui this week.
Messrs, John Putman, and F. A
Hayes were passengers to Honolulu
by the last Claudine.
Mr. W. G. Hall, who has been
vUiting Maui returned to Honolulu
per Str. Claudine Wednesday.
Miss Grace Cooke of Honolulu,
who has teen visiting friend at Hai
ku left by Wednesday's boat.
James B-irgstrom of Bergstrom
Music Company is up on a business
trip to Maui this week.
F. A. Wickett the Insurance Man
was a passenger to Honolulu by last
W. J. Moody the Contractor and
builder ot Honolulu arrived by last
Kinau and is registered at the Maui
A. S. Prescolt has resigned his
position as bookeeper of Kahului
Store and will leave shortly for
Dr. A. J. Derby is expected in
town and will be pleased to see all
who wish first class dental work
Jack McFadden of Honolulu, Dick
ullivan of San Francisco, W. E.
Grimes of Honolulu, are Guests of
1 he Maui Hotel.
A. W. Eames of Oahu is in town
Mr. A. E. Carter of Honolulu who
has been on Maui for a visit left by
Wednesday's boat for home.
Geo. S. Aiken D. D. S. has, finish'-
ed his professional engagements at
Puunene and Kahului, and has
returned to his odice or Paia where
ho will be pleased to see his many
. Chester A. Doyle the expert Cri
minoligist who has been on Maui for
the past week left for Honolulu ou
Wednesday afternoon after securing
the conviction of a Japanese at Paia
for practising medecine without a
These couples were happily united
in marriage last week: Ching Maw
and Sally . Kaleiaka; K. Sasao and
Rosie Amoy Akeo.
Miss Sarah White is teaching in
the Lahaina Kindergarten. She
received a regular course of training
in the Honolulu Kindergarten, and
is a fine musician.
Mrs. E. Nowlein has returned
from Honolulu, but for the present
her child remains in the city.
A dinner was served in the Wo
Hing Clfib House on Sunday. A
special meeting was largely attended
on Monday. A resolution in favor of
changing the name of the Society to
Che Kong Tong was voted down, and
the old name will be retained. '
The live teachers of the Lahaina
School have more pupils than they
can ptoperly attend to. The number
of scholars enrolled is 250. The seats
in one of the school rooms have been
turned around. The new Superint
endent of Schools was in Lahaina
recently, and visited the school on
two successive day.
Mrs. D. K.Hayselden is enter
tabling her cousin, Miss Rachel Ke
kello of Honolulu.
Mrs. J. E. Gannon has set out a
number of plants iu her garden.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROBERT E. FORD, late of Lahaina
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an Order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikal, Judjje of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
II., the undei signed was on the
22nd. day of January, A. D. 1906,
duly appointed the Administrator of
the Estate of Robert E. Ford deceas
ed, and that Letters of Administra
tion have been issued to the under
All creditors of said Robert E.
Ford deceased and of said estate are
hereby rotifled to present their
claims duly authenticated with the
proper vouchers, if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage
on real estate, to the undersigned
at his office at Lahaina, Maui, T.H.,
or to James L. Coke his attorney, at
his office in Wailuku, T. H., within
six (G) months from the date of this
notice said date being the date of the
first publication of this notice, other
wise such claim if any, will bC forever
Dated at Lahaina, Jan. 31, 1906.
Administrator of the Estate of Robt.
E. Ford, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Persuant to the requirements of
Act 74 of th Session Laws of 1905,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
the names of persons to serve and
act as Grand and Trial Jurors in the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, for the March
Term, 1906 will be drawn in the
Courthouse at Wailuku, District of
Wailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, ou Wednesday,
the 14 th day of February, A. D. 1906.
By order of the Court,
(Seal.) EDMUND H. HART.
Wailuku, Maui, February, 14, 1906.
Meeting Improvement Assocla
The regular monthly meeting of
the Wailuku District Improvment
Association took place on Thursday
night with President R. A. Wads
worth in the chair and Chas. Wilcox
Eighteen members were present
They got down to business at once
and showed their earnestness in the
sidewalk plan by instructing their
committee that the Association
favors the traightening grading and
curbing and laying of the walk thro
ugh the principal streets through
town by the authorization of the
County supervisors and one half of
the expense to be borne by holders
of abutting property the other half
to be done by the county.
A six foot walk was decided upon
as the width desired for Main street
Judge McKay desired a walk for
the street up his way and offered to
give whatever land was desired for
widening the street free of charge
and offered to build the entire walk
at his own expense adjacent to his lots
provided the plancould becarried
through to have a walk'builtup Vine
Mr. C. D. Lufkin was as liberial
as the judge and if others will come
forward something may be doing in
the near future. There are hundreds
of badly needed improvements
thoroughout the County and proper
ty holders must show a little public
spirit it they wish help.
The deplorable condition of the
cemetery was discussed but no de
finite action taken us the cornetery
association have that matter iu
charge. It is hoped they may be
prevailed upon to keep the 6ame in
bettoT5nape than heretofore.
Did you ever find the
We guarantee them or refund the money
if not as guaranteed.
Open Saturday Evenings.
well now we have our
own exchange with
special, private wires
to the telephone cen
We had them put in
at great expense to
facilitate our service.
You'll hardly find
all of our lines busy
at one time so call us
up by phone and give
us your orders for
WARE' and any thing
you want, you will
find our service good
and always getting
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