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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY J7, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
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Rev. Roland B. Todge left Mon-
A N. Kepoikai, Circuit Judge, Walluxu
jud H.Hnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
e W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate, Walluku
J. Recard " " Lahnlna
('haft. Oopp, " 11 Makawao
Kunukau, " Ilonuniila
J.Kalama, " Han
Plimanu. " " Klpahula
MnCorrlston " " Molnkal
Kahoohalanalft, " ' Lanal
', Koblnson, Tax Anbosbot Watluku
, K. Knola, Deputy Assessor Watluku
. Tavares Paia
una, " Lahaina
,. Router, " Hans
Honnlnif, Suporvlsor, Chairman Lahaina
ShorlUa Clerk Watluku
;irk, Doputy ShorlR
.. Lindsay, " "
ar Morton, " "
Vlttrock, " "
... Mahoe, ' "
Saluna Enekeni was granted a
(orce by Judge A. N. Kepoikai on
ertnesday of this week from her
sband whom she married in July
)9 at Hilea. A few months later
a was deserted by her husband and
s since lived apart from him.
' There were boxing exhibitions at
' e old skating rink last week by
me of the Honolulu and San Fran
They were not properly matched
ncfi was any proper advertising cf
the event done consequently there
were small houses. The fact that
thie exhibitions were in the old skat
in rink kept many away.
A pleasant card party was given
b Mrs. VV. A. McKay last Friday
evening to a few invited guests.
Superintendent R. W. Filler of the
Kahului railroad met with a painful
accident last week. While on his
track automobile he met a freight
train. . He was backing bis auto
Irom the eneine when it was struck.
He jumped in time to save himself
from serious enjury but in doing so
received injuries that were painful
but not serious.
Two letters received from County
Attorney D. H. Case by W. F.
Crockett are to the effect that he
may not be able to get back in time
lor the March term of the circuit
court. He has made arrangements
however with the Attorney General
to prosecute all sases that may come
tie woman's guild of the Church of
the Good Sliepherd meet at the home
of Mrs. Raymond on Tuesday Febru
ary 20th. Special work on brownies
The 14lh was St. Valentin's day
buiuo valentines were to be seen.
Tliis day has been less observed each
year of late until it soem3 about com
pletely a thing of the past.
The Misses Cummingssfave a luau
for Misses G. Dowsett nd Violet
Makee last Saturday evening.
A dinner was given Misses Dow
sett & Makee at the home of Mrs.
Hons at Kahului Monday by Messrs.
Weller, Hons and Loyed.
DrR. .H. Dinegar las severed his
connection with the Puuuene Hospi
tal and has assumed charge of the
Malulani Hospital vice Dr. Weddick
K Lost Strayed op Stolen.
' ' One white bob tailed Fox Terrier
' aud answers to the name of Romeo,
''.-!. Luikln Entertains.
On Wednesday evening of this
week Mrs. C. D. Lufkin entertained
a number of her friends at her home
on Main Street in honor of Miss
Progressive pedro, the popular
game of the islands was played ly
twenty tour eager players.
The constellations of golden stars
of even the best players were some
what dimmed by stars of more som
, When the eleventh progression
was played the cards were collected
and it was found that Mrs. Ella L
Austin, of Waihee and II. M. Coke
editor of the Maui News were in the
lead and had tied. Mrs. Austin receiv
ed as a. prize a pretty lace haudker
chief while H. M. Coke received
deck of Congress gold edged playing
cards. The boody prize was won by
li s. J. H. Raymond and was most
ftfororriate it being a bottle of
IHliuhtful refreshments were served
day on a -Umr around West Maui.
Se intended to preach at Kahakuloa
and the several settlements between
Knhakulon and Lahaina. At Lahaina
ho will also preach.
T. A. Burmingham representing
E. O. Hall . and Sons is on Maui
soliciting, orders for his firm.' This
firm has established ever fifty years
and has grown up with the country.
Rev. J. Yamagucbl was a pas
senger from Kahului to Honolulu,
T. B. Lyons and son took passage
to Honolu per Tuesdays Claudine.
Wm. Grimes, and J. McFadden
returned to Honolulu Tuesday.
W. G. Cooke, and wife with their
two children and maids left for San
Francisco by the Claudine of Tues
Miss Miller was a returning pas
senger to Honolulu Tuesday.
Miss Discomia returned to Honolulu
after having filled a professional
engagement in Wailuku. ;
Mrs E. H. Hart was a passenger
to Honolulu Tuesday.
Mrs. L. C. White who has been
visiting her sister Mrs, G. L. Keeney
returned to Kahului Tuesday for
M. L. Decker is still seriously ill at
the Malulani Hospital.
H. C. Overden book-keeper of
Hana was in town Tuesday on his
George Watt, Manager Hana Store
went to Honolulu Tuesday to attend
the U. S. District Court as jurying
C. A. Vickery of Paia returned to
Maui from Honolulu Tuesday.
A. Alberg of Lahaina was in town
Tuesday. He was accompanied by his
nephew O. Alberg of Chicago.
Oscar Brown , representing the
Examiner is on Maui taking sub
scriptions for the Examiner.
C. M. Loves ted is on Maui on bus
iness. . .
J. H. Fobs of Paia has just return
ed from California.
H. S. Hagerup an old friend of
the editor of the News was in Wai
Miss Dowsett leaves for the coast
Friday, via Honolulu where she will
spend a couple of weeks before con
tinuing her trip.
Mr. and Mrs. L.' Von Tempsky
visited in Wailuku on Monday.
Mr. , J. H. Fortes, insurance
agent for the Germauia Lif9 is spend
ing a couple of weeks on Mani the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C D. Lufkin
Mr. Geo. Robertson, auditor for
C. Buruer & Co. is recovering from
the second attack of inflammatory
rheumatism within the - past month.
Drs. Weddick & Dinegar have an
Olds Mobile runabout.
. W. G. Scott and Wife have gone to
Honolulu on a two weeks vacation.
W.G. Cooke Returns to California.
Mr. W. G.' Cooke of: the- film of
Alexander & Baldwin of San Fran-
cisso returned to San Francisco this
week' Mr. Cooke came to Maui
about three months ago for the be
nefit of his health. He was accom
panied by bis wife and children, all
of whom seem benefitted by the change
of climate. Mr. Cooke has. 'spent
much of his time riding over the
irrigation ditches and last week rode
one hundred miles in two days'.
While here he has spent much time
in planting out useful and ornamen
He is greatly pleased with the
climate of Maui and his improved
health bears testimony to its excel
A Letter oi Thanks,
We the Chinese. of Wailuku wish to
publicly express our thanks to the
teachers at the Alexander House
for the pleasant entertainment on
on the seventh lust. We realize
that these teachers have cIouh much
for us during the past years for
which we : will always feel grateful
Especially is tbe work of Mrs. F.
M.Simpson appreciated, and many
of the' young men and. women who
have been pupils of hers during the
past ten years owe their present
station in life to her efforts.
The Chinese of Wailuku
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
OF HAWAII. , r -
In the. Matter 'of ' the Estate of
Rev. Z. S. K. Paaluhi, late of Wai
alua Molokai, deceased. '
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an Order of, the Honorable
N. Kepoikai, Judge pf the above
entitled court, the undersigned was
on the 7th, day of February A. D.
1906, duly appointed the Adminlstra
tor of the Estate of Rev. Z. S. K.
Paaluhi deceased, and that Letters
of Administration were on said date
issued to the undersigned .
All creditors of said Rev. Z, S. K.
Paaluhi deceased, and of said Estate,
are hereby notified to present' their
claims duly authenticated with the
proper vouchers if any exist, even If
the claim is secured by Mor tgage on
real estate, to the, undersigned at
the office of the clerk of the 2nd
Circuit Court in Wailuku, Maui, T.
H., within Six (6) Months from the
date of this notice said date being the
date of the first publication of said
notice, otherwise such claim if any,
will be forever barred.
THEODORE T. MEYER,
Administrator of Estate of Rev. Z.
S. K. Paaluhi, deceased..
Dated at Wailuku, this 15th.
day of February A. D. . 1906.
Feb. 17-24 March 310th.
Notice is hereby given, that the ad
journed annual meeting of the Kahu
lui Wholesale and Liquor Company
Limited that was to have been held on
tha 11th Inst has been postponed and
will be held at the office of the afore
said company on tha 17th;inst at 7-30
o'clock P M, for. the purpose of elect
ing officers for the ensuing year and
for the transaction' of -such other
business as many legally come before
the meeting. ':
, ' H. HYASHI.
Secretary Kahului - Wholesale and
Liquor Company Limited. .
Feb. 16th 1906. .
While Miss Geneiveve Dowsett has
been the recipient of many attentions,
prior to her departure for the main
land the dinner given her by some of
the gentlmen from Kahului, was one
of tbe most enjoyable. . On Monday
evening a dinner was given to Miss
Dowsett at the residence of Mr. Fred
Hons by Messrs'. Welleri . Lloyd,
Hons and Cook. ' The. table tastefully
decorated and the .'menu was all
that could be desired.
Mr. Weller made the guests wel
come with a few appropriate remarks
which certainly .was the hit of the
evening, when wishing. Miss Dowsett
"bon voyage", to which she sponded
very clevely. "Those present were
Mrs. Hons, Miss Hons, Miss. Dow-
sett, Misa Makee, -Miss Molhe Cum
mings, Miss ' Nancy Cummlngs,
Mr H. B. Weller, Mr, T. A. Lloyd,
Mr. F. Hons and Mr.L. H. Cook.
Letter of Thanks. .
Tokyo, Japan, ,
January, 21, 1906.
Editor "Maui News,"
Hawaii. . '
Dear sir:-' ;' . ..
In behalf of my mother and myself,
I desire to express, through ' you
columns, our deepest gratitude to all
friends who showed so much kindness
to my . late brother, Clarence ' L
Clement, and have"" expressed such
sympathy 'with ua In our bereave
ment.' We are very' thankf ul to the
Maui Publishing Company, in whose
service his last efforts were- spent,
for providing Christian burial. We
are especially grateful that although
he died for away from all:bis fcib, he
had found so many' klnd'-f fiends, to
mourn with us his departure.
Sidcerely yours; !
. . m.C.f, ,. , .'
Dr. R. H. Dinegar; received last
week another new Axitc mobile and
this week he has a skilled mechauic
at work putting the machine in first
class runing order. k
E. F. Dinert of Puunene is also
the possessor of a neat machine that
is of great service to him. There are
now four machines in town and it will
be but a short time before the Auto
Open Saturday Evenings.
We have received
a full line of oil
brushes, and pre
pared canvas. We
. . . . i
want your busi
who are interested
in embroidery Svok
we Have thfe most
complete and beau
tiful line of embroi
dery silk ever
shown on Maui.
Every color and all
shades 6f each
They must be
seen to be appre
Ripe Olives In Tio. ,
The Emporium oi
a9i all enjoyed themselves tho
per NG. LEONG.
mobile will ba more m use than the