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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1906
A Card of Thanks.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A M. Kepolkal, Circuit JudK, Wnlhmu
Edmund H.Ilnrt. Clerk Clroult Court. Wnlluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dist. Magistrate, Wuiluku
" J. Rneard " " I.ahuina
" Chs. Copp, " " Makawiin
" Kunnkau, " ' HoDimula
" J. Kalnma, " ' liana
" Pllmnnu. " " Klpnliulu
" McCorrlston " " Molnkai
" Katiookalanala, " l.nnnl
W. T. KoblDson, Tax Assessor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Walliiku
A. F. Tavares Tula
G. Dunn, ' Lahivlna
M. H. Keuter, M ' Hnna
Wm. Hcnnlnir, Supervisor, Chalrmnn Lnhalnn
Deputy County Attorney.
A ui1 i tor
Ed w. Rogers, i 4 ShortUg Clork Wiillnku
T. Clnrk, D.eputy Sherlft Wnlliiku
C. R. Lindsay, ' " " I ahatna
Edar Morton, " ' Makawao
F. Wittrook, " " Hnna
J. II. Mahoe, ' " Molokal
W. H. Cornwnll.
T. M. Church,
J. II. Halualanl,
T. T. Moyers,
D. H. Cane,
W. F. CROCKETT
L. M. Hnldwln,
W. F. Kaao,
The old Mormon churcn at Kahului
has been moved across the road. The
new Baldwin National Bank will be
built on the spot where the church
Do you use groceries? If so, read
our Ad on page 1.
Wailuku Cash Store.
The work of placing .large iron
pipes on pontoons to connect the
dredger Reclamation with the pipe
already laid on shore at Kahului is
being rapidly pushed to completion,
at which time dredging of the harbor
and building the breakwater will
The regrading of the road up Iao
valley is being successfully done by
Road Supervisor Sommerfeld. The
work will probably be completed be
fore the road above which is being
done by contract will be dope, as the
latter is progressing very slowlj.
Mrs. Schraeder of the Wailuku
Hotel has had her new cottages en
larged and painted, and the place
presents a neat appearance.
Three ycung men were before tht
District Court recently for commit
ting assault and battery on a Market
Street chink- All three were found
guilty and fined.
If the Pake's statement, that he
was struck three times only, and one
of the defendants struck him thrice
is trie, we would like to know how
many tiraes the other two struck
him. An appeal, was taken and a
jury will have to solve the problem.
S. S. Paxson and R. H. Howell of the
Singer Sewing Machine Company ar
rived in town Tuesday evening. Mr.
Paxson is the general agent for the
Company for the Islands, wbil Mr.
Howell will represent the company
The Union Church, Wailuku, will
observe Easter at the usual hour for
evening worship at 7:30- Messrs
Harry W. Baldwin, U. Roendahl and
others will assist In special music.
Xl'he Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its re
gular meeting on Tuesday April 17th
at the home of Mrs. J. H. Raymond,
Sue tt.e Wailuku Cash Store's new
Ad on page 2. It will pay you to
A Union Christian Endeavor Socie
ty was organized at the Kaahumanu
Church Thursday evening. They will
meet every Sunday evening at 6.30.
Chester Doyle of the Attorney Gen
eral's Department arrived in town
Saturday and registered at the Maui
C. M. Roberts, formerly of Ewa, tcok
charge of the Wail;apu division of the
Wailuku Sugar Company this week,
in place of Thomas Cummings, deceas
A billiard room has been tilted up
by S Kimuro in the rear of his Corner
A good game of basebaH- will be
played at Wells Park tomorrow be
tween the Ilimas and the Kahuluis.
Jack McFadden, who recently best
ed Young Nelson in Honolulu in the
prize rina, arrived on Maui lat Sat
urday in company with Dick Sullivan.
S. B Harry will leate tor New
York in a few days, and from there
will go to Panama.
D H. Davis and wife are expected
back today. Mrs. Davis was very ill
in Honolulu, but is almost recovered.
Al Moore who has had charge of
McGregor's Landing contract for
Cotton Brothers has finished his work
and returned to Honolulu.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken, the dentist, has
been so busy in Kahului filling "pro
fessional engagements that he was
unable to fill his engagements at
Puunene this week. He , will be in
Puunene next week however and will
be glad to see all who wish first class
dental work done.
J. P. Cooke of Honolulu was a re
turning passenger per the S. S
Claudine from Kahului Wednesday.
E. O. Hall & Son annouce the ar
rival of their representative, T. A.
Burningham, on Maui about the 19th
of this month.
Dr. J. H. Raymond returned from
Honolulu this week.
Miss Maude Johnson, one of the
popular lady teachers of Honolulu
accompanied by the Misses Ascbe
spent their vacation in Hana, visiting
Wailuku and Kahului. They returned
Wednesday per Claudine.
Aa th,e ship Elwell was leaking, on
her recent voyage from Port Had
lock. Captain Young was obliged to
throw overboard 120,000 feet of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ah Nee have an
Special services were hela at some
of the churches this week.
Miss Kekela of Honolulu is the
uest of Mrs. D. K. A. Hayselden.
The Road Department is making
repairs along the waterfront.
Adjutant Bamberry of Honolulu,
and the Wailuku Salvation Army
officers, have been holding successful
meetings at Kaanapali and Lahaina
The Rad Department is utilizing
the ' stone from the old Richards
Ah E's business block has been re
painted, of a lighter shade, much
improving the appearance of the
Dr. Frankliu Burt arrived on Fri
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
A Tennis Tournament was played
at Mr. Searby's Court last Sunday to
compete for a racket donated by
Arthur Belts and Theodore Nickel
sen. ice players were divided into
three classes,' A. B. andC; class B.
to have a handicap of 15 2 6 of 15
over A., and class C. 30 2-6 of 15.
Class B, staited the tournament at
9:30 a. m. and after some very close
matches Wm. Walsh was declared
winner. Class A. played next, and
there some hotly contested games
in this set.'Theodore Nickelsen win
ning from Henderson by a close mar
gin. Class C. was won by Vascon
cellos, and then followed the finals,
Walsh of class B. defeating Vascon-
cellos by a score of 6-4. Two sets
were played by Welsh and Nickelsen,
Walsh winning y a score of 6 5, 6-4.
The day was not the best for good
tennis as (there was a strong wind
blowing, but some of the players put
up good games. Many of the ladies
were out to witness the tournameut
and a good day's sport was enjoyed
ty the visitors as well as the players.
Miss Rose Daniels has been quite
ill at her home in Puunene the last
Grass is being planted on the new
courts at Puunene and it will only be
a matter of a month or six weeks
before the courts will be inshape.The
Association held their regular meet
ing Monday evening and took in sev
eral new members.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Copp, and the
members of the Copp family extend
their heartfelt thanks to their many
friends for the attendance and their
sympathy to them in their late be
reavement, and also for the beautiful
floral tributes which were greatly
appreciated by them all.
M. Okamura, doing business in
general merchandise at Kaanapali,
Maul, having made 'an assignment
for the benefit of all of bis creditors,
to the undersigned, as Assignee for
Notice is hereby given to the cred
itors of the said M. Okamura, to
present their claims, duly authenti
cated to the undersigned at his office
at Lah&ina,! within thirty days (30)
from this date, or the same will be
Notice is also hereby given that all
accounts owing and payable to the
said M. Okamura are to be paid to
Dated at Lahaina, Aptil 4th, 1907,
April 7-11 21-28.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 4.
AN ORDINANCE to prohibit the
exposure of gambling tables, gam
bling devices, instruments, or im
plements, in any building or portion
thereof, barred or barricaded or
otherwise built or protected in
such manner as to make it difficult
of access to police officers, when
three or more persons are present;
or the visiting of any such building
or portion thereof; or the leasing
or perm'tting the use of any such
building or portion thereof: and
providing a penalty therefor.
Be it ordained by the Board of
Supervisors within and for the Coun
ty of Maui:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person within the limits of the
County of Maui to exhibit or expose
to view in any building, or portion of
any building, barred or barricaded,
or otherwise constructed or protect
ed in such a manner as to make it
difficult of access or ingress to police
oflicers, when three or more persons
are present, any cards, dice, domi
noes, or auy gambliug table layout,
or porticn thereof, or any gambling
instruments or implements whatso
ever used in any game of faro, monte,
roulette, tan. fan tan, che fa, paka--pio,
or any banking or percentage
game played with cards, dice, domi
noes, or any device whatsoever, for
money, checks, credit, or any repre
sentative of value; or any other game
in which money, or anything of value,
is lost or won.
Section 2. It shall be unlawful for
any person within the limits of the
County of Maui to visit, resort to, or
be present in, any building or por
tion of any building, barred or barri
caded, or otherwise constructed or
protected in such a manner as to
make it difficult of access or Ingress
to police officers, when three or more
persons are present, and wherein
are exhibited or exposed to view any
cards, dice, dominoes, or any gam -bling
table layout, or portion thereof,
or auy gambling instruments or imple
ments whatsoever used in any game
ot faro, monte, roulette, tan, fan tan,
che fa, pakapio, or any banking or
percentage game played with cards,
dominoes, or any device whatsoever,
for money, checks, .credit, or. any
representative of value; or any other
game in which money, or anything of
value, is lost or won.
Section 3. It shall be unlawful for
any person within the limits of the
County of Maui to knowingly lease,
let, or permit the use of any building,
or portion of any building, in which
he is interested either as owner,
lessee, or agent, that is barred or
barricaded, or otherwise constructed
or protected in such a manner as to
make it difficult of access or ingress
to police officers, and wherein are
exposed cards, dice, dominoes, or
any gambling table layout, or portion
thereof, or any gambling instruments
or implements whatsoever used in
any game of faro, monte, roulette,
tan, fan tan, che fa, pakapio, or any
banking or percentage game played
with cards, dice, dominoes, or any
device whatsoever, for money, checks,
credit, or any representative of
value, or any other game in which
money, or anything of value, is lost
Section 4. Every person who shal'.
violate any of the provisions of this
ordinance shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined in a sum not less than
tlOO.OO, nor more than $500.00.
Section 5. This ordinance bhall
take effect from and after its publl
cation as required by Ordinance
Board of Supervisors, within
and for the County of Maui,
(Seal) by W. HENNING,
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration bad
and vote taken, was passed by the
Board of Supervisors of Maui County
on the 4th day of April, 1906, at their
regular monthly sessioa held at Wai
luku, Maui, T. H.
W. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors,
within and for the County of Maui.
That makes the bread you
eat should he the best and
the best is
Insist upon getting it and
you will be satisfied.
NOW MIKE 18 WRIGHT
and can't be otherwise, and
so are his cigars. You will
be right if you smoke the
MIKE WEIGHT CIGAE.
In a hew variqty of colors
just received by Nevadan.
Also pyrography outfits and
points. We have just what
NEW STYLES OF
Opened this week. Must be
seen. We can't tell you
about their beauties. Only
one piece of a pattern. If
someone else gets what you
want your opportunity is
Open Saturday Evenings
The Emporium of the Pacific.