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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1906
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Home without good pickles is not what homo
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UP COUNTRY NOTES.
ofv.Good Things for the table are an onduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties are Mince Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressing.
ffackfeld & Co.
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Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Wtii:skies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
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Leather needs Send your
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TW certain of fair treatment
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Vhen you want your carriago repaired to last ii
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING? HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
The Paia Rackott Club held a ver
enjoyable and successful sociitl dane
at the new store building in Pul
last Saturday evening. A fine hug
floor and good music added greatly
to the success of the affair. A teiini
not and rackets wore suspended from
the center of tho ceiling whicb repre
sented the club's name. Mr. Waite
Englo very ably acted as host and
noor manager. As the uarco was
informal and gotten up on veryshor
notice it is quito surprising that
about eighty guests were present,
Light refreshments were served
eleven and tho dance wus called
shortly after midnight.
xne liinoi uun uiuu will hold au
oilier meet on Sunday next. Mem
bers are making some good scores
and are all gotting to be crack shots
Mr. J. N. S. Williams has been
vuite ill with fi'ver the past tw
weeks, but is much improved. Ho
with his family have been spending a
week at Puomalei.
Tho Paia Dancing Club will hold
their next dauce at Pleper's Hotel
next Saturday evening. The Club
have had some jolty good times at
their monthly dances.
The Puuneue Athletic Association
will soon have two good teunis courts,
Work was beguu on the courts last
week and is progressing rapidly
Tho courts will be situated in the
open square opposite and mauka of
the Club House, The Association
greatly indclted to the managemen
for their assistance in building the
Carl Roendahl has accepted the
possition formerly occupied by Mr
iMuller in Knhului Store. .
The Kahului Baseball team is get
ting in form for the coming season
Tho line up lias not yet been decided
Miss Swan and Miss Miller, who
havo'beeu visiting Mrs. Alexander, of
Paia will shortly return to Hie States
W, O. Smith was a returning pas
senger by the Claudino Tuesday,
At the Waineo Church last Sunday
Rev. Mr. White was installed as
pastor for a term of five years. Tho
programme was quite interesting,
mo -uanama jNational JJank was
openod most auspiciously, under the
direction of Mr. C. D. Lufkinof Wai
luku on Mondav of this week.
There were several chilly nights
last week, and the mercury went
down to 58.
The O. O. R. Society held a meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Horner, some
days ago, Mis. Decoto contributed a
biography of Goethe: and Mrs.
Molony read a paper on "Faust
On Friday the public schools closed
for the Easter vacation.
Mrs. Simpson, the principal ot the
Kindergarten, will entertain Mrs,
Simpson and Miss Ayers of Wailuku
After the installation of Rev. W
D. K. White, at Waineo Church lust
Sunday, a Thanksgiving service was
held by Maui Lodge, No, 2-, K. of P.
The programme was as follows:Opon-
ing Prayer; Reading tho Proclama
tion of tho Supreme Chancellor, by
the K. of R. and S., William Ka
luakini; Song by the Lodge, "Kuu
Aina Hanau E;" Prayer bv the
elate, C. R. Lindsey; Singiug
by the Lodge; Address of Welcome;
Response by Chancellor Commander
R. P. Hose; Singing by the Ilnleakala
Lodge; Annual Address by Deputy
Supreme Chanee'lo'- W. F. Crocket';
Song, Kou HehHlo'Io;" Presenta
tion of the Offering by Vice Chan
cellor D. K. Kahaulelin; Closing senf
and Dene liciipn.
A luau was subsequently served
the Lodge Rnoin.
Main St. near Market, Wailuku. Maui ;S
M. Cknmura, doing business in
general merchandise at Knanapah,
Maui, haying imuda an assignment
for the benefit of all of his creditors,
to the undersigned, a Assignee for
Noliee is hereby given to tho ered
itors of the said M- Okainum. to
present ..their claims, duly uutneuti-.
cated to the unders'gned at his Office
at Labuina, within thirty days (30)
from this date, or tho same will be
Notice is also .hereby given that-all
accounts owing and .payable to the
said M. Okamura are to bo paid to
Dated at Lahatna, Aptil 4th, 1907.
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Comedy Company To Piny In'
Tho Auerback & Drum Comedy
Co,, will present the Comedy "Cheer
ful Liar" at the K. of P. Hall on
Mondav evening, April 9.
iuessrs.i.uorDacK k urum were
with the Buhlor Co., whose engage
ment at Honolulu was a great suc
In connection with tho Corned;
there will bo spceialties between tho
acts by members of the Company,
This Company has lately given the
same Comedy "Cheerful Liar" at tho
Orpheum Theater in Honolulu, which
was well atteudi d.
Theib will bo only Cne performance
here in Wailuku, as tho Company
departs for Hilo on Tuesday evening
ry tho Kinau, where they will repeat
The people of Maui who will attend
the play on Monday evening will en
joy a treat seldom witnessed on Maui.
Tickets for sale at Enos Storo and
at the K. of P. Hall.
IBrnvc Deed Is Publicly
On Wednosday of this week, Kua
iwa, the hero of Lahaina was in Wai
luku and was invited to be preseutin
tho court room of tho Second Circuit
Court where Judge Kopcikai, acting
as the representative of Acting Gov
ernor Atkinson, was publicly thanked
for tho brave act he performed in
Lahaina recently in saving from cer
tain death the livos of two drowning
Japanese who were hopelessly strug
gling in the breakers in a wild storm
that was raging at that timo.
The Judge called upon several per
sons present to express their feelings
in tho matter to which Hugh M.
Coke, editor of tho News responded.
He was followed by Sheriff Wm. E.
Saffery, and Attorney J. M. Vivas.
The correspondence and acknowl
edgements of Acting Governor At
kinson and the Japanese Consul are
Executive Chamber, Honolulu, Ha
waii, March 30,,193G.
Hon. A. N. Kepoikai.
Judgo, Second Judicial Circuit,
Wailuku, Maui. "
I linvci the. honor tofnol o o letter
received 'today from Mr. l. Matsuba
a, Acting Consul for Ja. m, together
with av copy of my reply thereto.
These are sent tovou as tho highest
'ederal Official on the Island. of Maui.
and i would ask you, in such capacity,
to hand this correspondence to Mr.
Kuaiwa in some public manner, as
suring him Of my hearty endorsement
of the remarks made by Mr. Matsu-
bara, and of my appreciation of his
act of bravery which is a credit toi
the Hawaiian race and an example
to all Of our citizens. It is such deeds
tha'-'tend to cement tne friendly re-
ations (xtstlng between nations.
I have tho honor to tie, Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
A. C. L. ATKINSON,
Acting Govornor of Hawaii.
Honnlulu,Hawaii.H,T., Mar. 29 190G.
Hon. A. C. L. Atkinson,
Acting Governor.Terrltnry of Hawaii
Houolulu, T. II.
On tho seventh Inst, when several
Japanese fisbormon at Lahaina were
n danger of hoh'g drowned in a
aging storm, a bravo Hawaiian,
Kuaiwa by name, who Is said to have
nobly, rescued a.man.In .a fo'rmer.caso
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holp wanted udvcrtlsemonts will bo publish
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succeeding Issue. Seven words to constltuto
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F. P. ROSECRANS,
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W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
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seeing various attempts of rescue
fail, jumped into the breakers atid
after a daring struggle with tho
wa.ves saved the drowing men, indeed
two men. With much pleasure and
high appreciation, I hear this event
of noblo and self-sacrificing heroism.
At the same time, I take special
interest in this case, as showing
friendliness and'harmony between tho
several races resident here.
After communication with the
Japaneso Community there, I wish to
express my high appreciation of the
action referred to, and I take liberty
to asic you to convey my thanks to
tho bravo Hawaiian through the
Very respectfully vours,
Acting Con' ul for JaDan.
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Executive Chamber, Honolulu. Hawaii
March 30, 19U0.
Hon. K. Matubara,
Acting Consul for Japan.
I have tho "honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your favor of March
29th, referring' to the heroic couluet
of a Hawaiian, Kuaiwa by name, who
saved two Japanese tishormen from
drowning at Lahaina, on the 7lh
inst. - x
I need hardly st.y thut it affords
me much pleasure to .learn of your
high appreoiatior. of this act of noble
and self saerilicirg heroism, whieli
also indicates, as von say, a showing
of friendliness and harmony between
tho several different races resident
A copy of your letter will be sent
to Hon. A. N. Kopoikai, Judpo of the
Circuit Court or the Second District
nnd tho highest Federal Officer on
Maui, who resides at Wailuku, nnd I
will ask him to tako the opportunity
of handing it to Kuaiwa in some pub
A copy of my lettor to Mr. Keuoi
kai is enclosed for your Jnformatlon.
. I havo the honor to be,'Sir,
Your obedient 'Sorvant,
A..li...U. ATKINSON. jf
Market Street. Wailuku
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