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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
THE MAUI NEWS
Hnn. A V. Kepolltut, Circuit Iiulire, IVitlliixu
Kdmunri H. Hart. CU-rk Circuit Court. WutluliU
J mine W. A. McKay Itlst. Miiidstrnte, Wniluliii
" J. Reranl " " T.nhiilnn
" Chun. Coup, " " Mjknwiio
" KunukuH, " ' Huriimulii
" J. Kahirna, " . ' Mima
" Pllmnnu. " " Kipuhulu
" McCorrlston " " Molokiil
" Kithoohnliinala, " ' L.tin:il
VV. T. lioblusun, Tax AisosHor Wailuliu
J. N. K. Keoln, Deputy Assessor Wulluliu
A. F. Tnvitrea
G. Duun, Lnhnlim
M. H. Router. 1 " lluiiu
Win. Tlnnulnff, SuporviHor, Chulrmun Lnhnlnu
W. II. Cnrnwcll,
r. ivi. cnurcn,
J. H. Hnluulnuf,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Cnse.
W. F. CROCKETT
L. M. Hnldwin,
W. F. Knno,
JT. Clark. Deputy Sheriff
. t R. Lindsay, " "
lnr Morton, "
. Wittrock, " "
J. H. Mahoo, 11 "
Will I uk ii
Deputy County Attorney.
Slieriffs Clerk Wutliiksi
For the seventh time sineo his aj
pointment a year and a half ai;o Mr.
Copeland principal of the Wailuliu
School has moved due to the fact that
a suitable house is cue of the hardest
things to get in Wailuku. If it is true
that three moves are equal to one
fire we would like to know what Mr.
Copelands loss has been.
All manner of men agree that the
General Arthur cigar is the bent. It
is specially manufactured to fill the
requirements of lovers of a gcod
smokt. Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co., dis
The sidewalk that has been in bad
condition for months has been toin
up along Main Street and work on
the same that will reatly improve
the same is being? done.
Fresh fruit at the Wailuku Fruit
Market has just been received by the
The General Arthur Cigar suits
every taste. Its delicate flavor and
superb burning qualities commend it
to all lovers of a yood cigar. Gnnst
Eakin Cigar Co., distributors.
Heinz Pickles are famed the world
over for their excellence. There are
Sweet Pickles, and Sour Pickles,
but all are good pickles when the
name of Heinz is ou the bottle. H.
Hackfeld & Co.,. distributors.
There's health and cheer and good
fellowship in a glassof Primo Lager.
Primo stands for all that there is
good in beer.
A General Arthur Cigar is one of
the good things of life. It is a de
servedly popular smoke and its qua
lityis unimpeachable. Gunst-Eakiri
Cigar Co., distributors.
The Maul Publishing Company has
just secured the services of a first
class job printer who is turning out
excellent work. This will enable us
to serve the wants of our patrons
more quickly than in the past and
will enable us to improve our paper
that is the only paper in the territory
out fide of Honolulu that gets the
latest wireless messages.
' The recent rains have been worth
thousands of dollars to the residents
The most conspiei ius cases before
the Circuit Court during the first
half of the week wee those of the
Territory of Hawaii versus Raymond
Rijo, who was sentenced to one
years Imprisonment at liarl labor for
for striking a police ottieer at
Kibei in the head with a hammer.
The case of the Territory of Hawaii
versus Louis Rosario who assaulted
John Picanso with a pick and the
case of Thoma BonNis charged with
The many friends of police officer
John Brown are glad to see hiin out
and around town again, Officer
Brown ha.d an operation performed
by Drs. Weddick and Dinegur about
two months ago for appendicitis and
his condition was such at the time
that it was thought he would not
There ure fewer attorneys present
at this term of court than usual. All
of the cases are attended to by local
attorneys except that the Criminal
Cases are being pro edited bv the
8eco.id assistant Attorney Genera1
W. S. Fleming.
There is no place so safe for hard
earned dollars as in the strong burg
lar proof vault of a National Bank.
Our Bunk has the great udvantage
of troverument protection aud direc
tion Uncle Sam guards and guides
us. You should open an account with
us at once. If out of town, write us
and 1. urn to bank by mail.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
Ng Leong of the Wailuku Fruit
Market went to Honolulu Mondiy.
He expects to return today.
W. G. Scott of P.iui was in town
C. Hedetnan. manager of the Ho
nolulu Iron Works was in town
several dajs this week. His com
pany has the contract for luiilding
the new mill for the Wailuku Sugar
The Rev. Dr. Scudder was in town
this week on his way to and from the
annual convention of the protestant
Churches, which was held at Kipa
hulu. Rev. Roland B. Dodge was In Kl
pahulu this week.
Rev. Hazata did not preach at the
Unio:: Church last Sunday as per
arrangement owing to illness.
M. L. Decker is very low with
heart failure and it is believed his
recovery is hopeless.
H. S. Hagerup has accepted thn
position of bookkeeper at Camp 1
Store at Speckelsville.
Mrs. Dunbar and brother, Thomas
Lucas of Honolulu, returned home
last night by the Kinau.
Mr. Podmore was a returning pas
scnger to Honolulu last night.
Where the Lard Came From
When B. L Winchell, the presid
ent of the Rock Island Railroad,
was a little boy, about ten years of
age. he was sent into the country to
visit his grandfather.
The old gentleman had a large
farm, and Ben was much impressed
and delighted with country sights,
which lie saw for the first time. At
the end cf a week he wrote his
I wish you were here. I am hav
ing a nice time. Yesterday Grand
pa killed two hogs and took fortj
pounds of lard from
Your loving Ben.
LAI1 AIINA LINES.
Mr. Henrv Dickenson went to
nokahau last Saturday.
A survey is being made for a side
walk on the easterly side of Main
street. This improvement has long
Dr. Frankliu Burt will probably
remaiu at Pukoo until May, and he
will then go to the Waialua Planta-
tion. His wife and daughter are the
guests of Miss A. Z. Hadley.
Mrs. MacDonald and Mrs. Decoto
will visit their friends in Wailuku
next week. On Thursday of the
following week, they will leave Laha-
iua for Honolulu, to take passage for
The O. O. P. Society held a meet
ing at Miss uaciiey s cottage lasi
week. Miss Horner read a selection
from "Josiah Allen's Wife" Mrs.
Simpson contributed. "The Palmist,"
and Mrs. Decoto gave a recitation
entitled "Getting a Pension." On
March 22 the O. O. P.'S presented a
Goethe programme at Mrs. Horner's.
Begins Harbor Improvement.
Manuel Costa arrived by the last
Claudine with several helpers to be
gin preliminary work of dredging the
Knhului Harbor. His work will con
sist in building scows for the Dredg
ing Company. The work proper
will begin soon.
To The Island) Across Siberia.
J. H. Castle is making arrangements
to briiv a large number of Molokan
families from Russia across Siberia to
the Hawaiian Island.-".
These people are relalives of the
families now at Kauai and desire to
join their friends here. It was Mr.
Castle who brought the first Molokan
families here and is looked upon by
them as their guardian and friend.
The recent trouble at Kapaa was
only of a trivial nature and was the
result of a lack of understanding of
their new surrounds.
Mr. Castle states the treatment ac
corded them I -y the plantation people
was irreproachable. It will be a great
thing for Hawai' to have a class of
laborers in the islands other than
Asiatics but it has been almost impos
sible to get them in the past.
A falal accident occurred at Puu
nene last Monday.
Manuel Robello de Silva while work
ing on the cane loader on the H. C.
& S. Co's plantation was accidentally
caught by the machinery of the same
and before the machinery could be
stopped had one of his legs badly
crushed. He was attended by Dr.
Sawyer but owing to the great loss
of blood did on the operating table.
He was well spoken of by the plan
tation people and all deeply regret
his death. A coronc rs jury was call
ed who found that his death was
Accident At Kahului.
Last Friday Fred Carter came to
Maul to take the steamer from Ka
hului to San Francisco.
His freight was hauled across the
isthmus by the Bismark Stables In
unloading the same a heavy piece cf
freight slipped while being unloaded
breaking the arm of Antone Dutro
and injured the foot of J. J. Camara
Mr. Dutro's.arm was broken in two
places which will lay him up for some
Death Of Kcllikoa Starts
In the Wrong Chothes
When President McKinley had his
first Cabinet function, after he aa
inaugurated, a member of that Ca
biuet it wouldn't be fair to name
him appeared in a dinner jacket
and a pair of striped gray trousers.
Everybody noticed his strange ap
parel, but n body said any thin g about
it. Next time he came in the same
rig. It was serious then.
The matter was taken up at a
Cabinet meeting when this member
was not present. It was discussed
gravely. Nobody wanted to hurt
th absent member's feelings, but all
thought he should were full evening
dress and should be told what the
conventions prescribed. President
McKinley called for volunteers. No
body responded. Then it was de
cided to ask Vice-President Hobart,
a man of the greatest tact, gently
to te'l the otlt ncling member how 10
Hobart took the job. Be called a
few mornings later. ''I have a most
di-hcate matter to discuss with you,"
ho said. "You know we all recogiu
you as one of the President's closest
friends. Wa want you to go to hiin
forus"tmd tell hiin that he should
wear f 1.11 evei.ing dress at all publk
oceasious "No much" said the off en
der, but it was noticed that ho al
ways wore proper clothing there
after. Saturday Evening Post.
Kailua, Kona, March 31. This has
been a strenuous week in Kailua,
Sunday the poor Deputy Sheriff Kel-
likoa departed hence to where all
good deputy sheriffs go. Now things
are doing to have a man pelected to
take his place. Mrs. Atcherley and
her candidate were blowed over in
the Home Rule-Democratic meeting
yesterday and Robt. Makahalupa,
the present captain cf police, nomin
ated for the vacancy. The Republi
cans have endorsed J. K. Nahale,
former incumbent of the job and it
seems probable that he will get the
Before They're Hatched. -
A BOSTONTAN was praising, the
other day, the astronomical and lit
erary work of Percival Lowell.
"Before the last eclipse," he said,
'Mr. Lowell observed to and old color
ed man whom he liked:
"George, if you will watch the
chickens out at your place to-morrow
morning at eleven o'clock you will
see them all go to roost.'
"'Hi hi,' George laughed. 'Dat's
a good joke!'
"He thought, you see, that Mr,
Lowell was fooling him. But, sure
enough, when eleven o'clock came the
next morning the sun darkened and
the chickens did go to roost. George
was amazed. He sought Mr. Lowell
out and said:
"Wot you done to'.e me wuz true,
sab. Mah chickens went to roost, sah,
jist laik you said dey would.'
"'Yes, George, I suppose they did,
the astronomer returned.
'"How long, sah, did you knew
,bout dis?' asked George.
'"Oh, a long time George.'
'"Did you know dey would go to
roost a year ago?'
'"Yes, fully a year ago.'
'"Well, dat beats all,' said GcDrge,
in an awed voice. 'Dem chickens
wuzn't hatched a year ago.'" Sat
urday Eveuing Post.
And so are his cigars. He's not afraid
to put his name on them nor we to sell
them for it's THE bit oiear.
We have just opened a large ship
ment of Ladies' Yests in different styles
and best quality that must be sold at
once to make room for other goods and
we are offering this week and next:
100 Dozen Ladies' Ribbed Vests, good 25c. value, at 12J cents. v
50 Dozen Knit, medium weight, good 40c. value, at 40 cents.
1 50 Dozen good 50c. value, at 30 cents.
30 Dozen good 75c. value, at 45 cents.
Ladies' All Silk Vests in rink and Blue, at $1.00 each.
Ladies' Lisle Ribbed'Vests, Pink and Blue, good $1.00 value, at 75 cents.
Ladies' Swiss ribbed at 50 cents.
Misses' Vests, all sizes, 20 to 50 cents. "
Children's Nazereth Waists, ages 1 to 12 years, at 30 cents.
Ladies' All Silk, per pair, $2.00. ,rJ Ladies' Pure Lisle, per pair, 75 cents.
Ladies' Fine Lisle, per pair, 50c. Ladies' Fine Cotton, per pair, 25 cents,
in Black and Tan, Lace and solid workings.
Misses' and Children's Stockings in Black, White, Tan, and fancy, in all sizes, 20 to 35c.
Infant's Black and White Short Stockings, 20 cents.
See our Men's Half-Hose, Plain, Fancy and Figured
Designs. Quality and prices that defy competition.
McLaren?s Club Cheese, - .
Edaih Cheese, f;
Open Saturday Evenings.
The Emporium of the Pacific,