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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A t. Krpolkni, Circuit lurtfrn, VViiIIuku
Kdmunrt H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit-Court, Witlluki
JmlKe W. A. McKay Dint. MuKlRtrnte, Wnlluku
J. Rct'nrd ' " Lnhninn
" Chs. Copp, " " Maltnwno
" Kumikax, " ' Hommuln
" J. VUlama, ' Hana
" I'llmanu, - " " Ktpatiulu
" McCorrlston ' " Molokal
" Kahonhalanala, " Lanal
W. T. Kobinaon, Tax Aviessof Watluku
J. N. K. Keoln, Deputy Assessor Wnllulm
A. F. Tavarcs Pal a
G. Ptinn, " " Lahalna
M. H. Kcutor, " " Huna
Wm. HonnlnR, Supervisor, Chairman Lntinlna
W. H. Cornwall,
T. M. cnurcn,
J. H. Halualaul,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Case,
W. F. CROCKETT
L. M. Baldwin,
W. F. Knae,
Deputy County Attorney.
Sheriffs Clork Walluku
T. Clark, Deputy Sherllt
C. R. Lindsay, " "
Edgar Morton, " "
F. Wittrook, " "
H. Mahoe, ' "
. Word was received by Principal
Copeland this week that the Depart
ment of Education had authorized
the appointment cf a janitor for the
Some eight or ten persons com
mitted by the various magistiates
will know their fate in a few days.
Soma "have been awaiting trial for
The work of tearing up the old
side walk and preparing for the new
concrete one goes steadily on.
On Wednesday of this week Villiam
Campsie a native of Scotland and for
some months the headluna at Waihee
took out his full citizenship papers
before Judge A. N. Eepoikai, His
witnesses were Hugh M. Coke of the
News and Head Luna McLeod of
A scheme to have a twelve year
old chi'.d marry a jail bird was fru
strated this week by the decesive
stand taken by the deputy attorney
general. Thomas Bonisis is accused
of stealing the child at Waihee and
to shield him from the wrath of the
law his attorney sought to have the
Thomas will probably have to ap
pear" before a jury to answer the
Rev. Benjamin V. Buzata, Pastor
of Paia Foreign Church, will supply
Union Church, Walluku, next Satur
day evening at 7.30, Rev. Rowland
B. Dodge left on Thursday morning
for Kipahulu to attend the semi
annual Association of thz Maui chur
ches. T). H. Davis returned from Honolulu
per Kinou of this week and reports
Mrs. Davis out of danger.
Mr.-. Bruce recently book keeper
for the Wailuku Sugar Co. who was
reported as clipappeared in San Fran
cisco and whose freinds thought he had
met with foul play is in San Francis
co is well. H. B. Penhallow 're
ceived a card from him dated Febru
The Arizonian arrived in Kaana
pali Thursday and will finish her load
in KahuluVtaking a large cargo of
The Knights. ofPyithias meet in
their castle hall tonight.
The Nebraskan has been loadings
sugar for gome days at Eahului and
will get away today.
The Fong Sue arrived at the Port
of Kahuiul Monday; She has been
unable to unload for some days as the
larger American-Hawaiian boat
are being loaded on double rush time
and must be gotten out of the way
The Kinross is in port at Kahului
and will probably sail about April 15.
The Bteamer3 , in Eahului during
the week' were the Nebraskan, Ari
zona, and Claudinc.
Dr. Tsumi the Japanese who was
convicted of practicing medicine
without a license some months ago
Nomura charged with vagancy for
Building in Wailuku is retarded
somewhat, on account of the recent
Rev. White of the Wainee Church
wishes to extend. hU thanks to all
who so t generously . as isted both
financially and 'otherwise in making
the Concert and luau as uccess last
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its re
gular meeting o.n Tuesday March 20th
at the home of Mrs. J. II. Raymond.
Mrs. McStay left for San Fran
cisco via Honolulu Wednesday.
Mr. J. N. S. Williams is slightly
under the weather.
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin spent the latter
part of last week as guest of Mrs. D.
C. Lindsay, returning Monday.
Mrs. D. II. Case and sister Mrs.
Charles Atherton are expected in
E. F. Herrick representing the
Seattle Brewing and Malting Co. was
in town Wednesday on a flying trip.
Charles C. Bellina was registered
at the Maui Hotel Wednesday. He
goes to Californiaby the Nebraskan to
purchase and bring down live stock.
Mr. A. Alberg was in town Wed
nesday to attend as a grand jury
man but being excused returned the
same day to Lahaina.
Mr. D. L. Austin arrived in town
last Saturday in the interests of the
Pacific Hardware Company. Mr.
Austin has many friends on Maui and
has worked up a good business for
Harold Hayselden came to Maui
by the Nebraskan on Monday morn
ing being the first passenger carried
to Maui since the new Steamship
line took out a passenger license'
Mr. C. D. Lufkin returned to Wai
luku by Tuesdays ferry after a short
business trip to Honolulu.
" Mrs. Kirkland is still in Honolulu
with her daughter Mrs. D. H. Davis
who is steadily recovering from the
effects of a serious sugical operation
that was probably made necessary
by the fall she had about a year ago
when she was thrown from a buggy.
Deputy Sheriff Wittrock 13 attend
County Engineer Howell was in
town Thursday with Supt. of Public
W. T. Robinson returned from
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Mr. Tom Cummlngs is sick at Ma
lulani Hospital. His fri nds hope he
will soon return to his home at Wai
kapu. Mr. R. A. Wadsworth is enlarging
his home, an addition being added on
the makai side.
Banquet To Ofcgonians.
The dinner given by the members
of the Promotion Committee at the
Moana hotel in honor of the , visiting
Oregon girls we 8 a most enjoyable
affair. Covers had been laid for
twenty four guests, the long tables
being tastefully decorated with
red and white chrysanthemums and
maile wreathes, red shaded candles
being disposed along the length of the
table. Dai.ity white Hawaiian fans
were distributed as favors.
The guests were Mrs. Weatherred,
Mrs. McCandless, Mrs. E. I. Spald
ing, Mrs. F. C. Smith, Mrs. U.. C.
Blake, Miss Florence Heavren, Miss
Molly Proebstel, Miss Emily Crosson,
Miss Effie M. King. Miss Bertha
Courtemanche, Miss Katie E. Nash,
Miss Edna Parsley. Miss Ena Wal-
dron, Miss Blanche Brown, Miss S.
Madigan, E. I: Spalding J. A.
McCandless, F. C. Smith, H. P.
Wood, A. Gartley, F. L. Waldron,
H. H. Tomkins, R. C. Matheson and
H. W. Kinney.
The health of the visitors from
Oregon was proposed by Mr. Spald
uig and responded to by Mrs. Weath
erred, who said that the conventional
thanks in response to a toast was
not to be included in the thanks that
she and the young ladies under her
charge aesirea to give to the mem
bers of the citizens of Honolulu for
tho favors with which they bad load
ed them. Their visit had been made
pleasant in every possible way and
it was well worth seasickness every
day for six days to meet with such
hospitality as bad been shown them
here. When they returned to Ore
gon they hoped to be able to do some
thing for Hawaii in return and the
young ladies had thought of some
practical way of showing their
thanks. Each one was going to be a
promotion committee of one to booMt
Hawaii and the Oregon people and
the Oregon press were to be asked
to cooperate in the plan of having
the Volcano set aside as a national
park, something that would help in
bringing tourists here. She would
like to see a railway run from Bono
lulu to Portlaud, but as this seemed
even beyond their power a direct
steamship line bringing about an
exchange iu products and swelling
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
RATORS. Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the Honorable
A. N. KEPOIKAI, Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit, duly made and entered on
the 13th day of March, A. D. 1906,
the undersigned were duly appointed
Temporary Administrators ot the
Estate of Agustine Enos late of Wai
luku, Maui, deceased.
All accounts due said estate or
said deceased are payable to the un
dersigned at the Store of said A.
Enos Deceased, Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, this I6th. day
of March, A. D. 1906.
A. G. "DICKENS,
J. M. VIVAS,
NOTICE TO MARINERS. -
The following affects
the List of
Lights, Buoys, anl
Kaunakakai Harbor, Molokai Is
land, page 12. Mid-Channel En
trance Buoy, black and white per
pendicular stripes, second-class nun,
reported adrift March 10, will be re
placed ai soon as practicable.
By order of the Light-House Biard
A. P. NIBLACK
Lieutenant-Commander U. S.N.,
Assistant to the Inspector of the
Twelfth Light-House District.
Notice is hereby given that E. H.
Pieper has filed and application for
a 4th class liquor license at Paia,
Makawao, Maui, any' protest against
issuance of this license should be filed
in this office by Friday March 30,
. A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 13, 1906.
March, 17,' 24.
the tourist travel to these islands,
would do. "
. Mr, McCandless thanked the State
of Oregon for sending so many beauti
ful young ladies for Honolulu to see,
if even for a short while. As a re
sult he expected to see a number of
the young men from here traveling
to Oregon for brides. Acvertise.
Still Raiding the Kauai Gamblers.
The gambling fraternity has been
very careful in its movements binee
last court term; the vigorous way in
which the last grand jury tried to
throw light on the proceedings of the
but, that carried on a profitable busi
ness on Kauai, gave the men con
ducting the transactions a shock.
As long as the result of being caught
was simply a money fine, they didn't
trouble themselves much about cover
ing their tracks; they could easily
recuperate afterwards. But . when
the sentences commenced to take
the form of a sojourn in jail, the affair
took on another aspect, and precau
tion became a necessity.
That is probably the reason why
arrests for' gambling have been
rather scarce in the last three or
four months. Of late the fraternity
has become more confident and gone
to work with less secrecy, and the
result has of course been the inevit
able one arrest.
Captain of Police Gardner had no
ticed a suspicious preference for the
neighborhood of Niumalu as a place
of promenade among the Chinese resi
dents of the district and therefore de
termined to ascertain what the at
traction could be. Sunday night he
took two of his police officers along
and proceeded to investigate. Down
by the fish pond he found a house that
seemed to be the rendezvous of the
celestials, and placing one of bis men
as a guard at the foot of the stairs
he and his other man quietly ascend
ed to the lodge room. The fifteen
Chinese, gathered in the room, seem
ed to be much more interested in the
game of fantan at the moment in
progress than in any possible inter
tuption. Captain Gardner, recogni
zing that the rule of duty before
pleasure applies to his work as well
as in other lines, put courtesy aside,
and got busy securing the inmates of
the room. He succeeded in gather
ing in fourteen out of the fifteen
speculators in chance, one alone pre
ferring to take the risk of breaking
his neck by jumping out of the win
dow to the ground fifteen feet below
to the possibility of enforced board
and lodging in Sherifi Henry's hotel,
The Captain took fifteen dollars bail
from each as a security for their
appearance in court the nes t day and
let them depart.
Thirteen of the unlucky devotees of
fantan turned up before Judge Ka
iwi Monday morning and were fined
six dollars each. The fourteenth one
forfeited his fifteen dollars rather
than take a chance of more serious
WE SELL THEM.
He puts his name and his picture
on the box and we guarantee them
to please you.
A new lot just arrived but they
will not last long.
THE BIT CIGAE OE MATH.
The KAHULUI STOKE has just
received a large shipment of Ladies'
Vests in different styles and of best
quality that must be sold at once to
make room for other goods to arrive
and we are offering this weelcalid
100 Dozen Ladies' Ribbed Vests, good 25c. value, at 12j cents.
50 Dozen " " " good 40c. value, at 25 cents.
50 Dozen " " " good 50c. value, at 30. cents.
75 Dozen " - " " good 75c. value, at 40 cents.
Ladies' All Silk, Pink and Blue, good $1.50 value, at $1.00.
Ladies' Lisle, Pink and Blue, good $1.00 value, at 75 cents, '
Misses' and Children's Vests, 30c'. to 75 cents.
Children's Nazareth Waists, 1 to 12 years, 30 cents.
The largest and best assorted line of Ladies' and Children's Hose
ever offered on Maul In Black, Tan, Fancy and White
from 20 cents to $2,00 per pair.
Open Saturday Evenings.
The Emporium of the