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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1906
aro fumed tho world over for their oxeollonco.
There iiro Sweot Pickles mid Sour Pickles but all
tiro good Pickles when tho mime of HEINZ is
on the bottle.
Homo without good pickles is not what home
should bo. HEINZ PICKLES tnako mtuiy
a homo happy. Almost might it havo been
written, "What is Homo without a Pickle?"
of Good Things for tho table are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties aro Minco Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressinc.
Hackfeld & Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Corner Market and Alain
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
AY ELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CO,RIIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
a. I -v s 4 r a r tit h r -t A pew
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KIWURA, Proprietor.
. I CARRIAGE BUILDING j
j WLI 10n J'0" AVlUlt )'our carriago repaired to Inst i
! i ' hring it to tho right shop.
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GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
J DAN. T. CAREY I
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
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& Liquor Co.
brand denotes quality
write us in regards to you
Leather needs Send you
us and you may fee
of fair treatment
HONOLULU, T. H
Sts. Wailuku, IVlau
When you want your carriago repaired to last
bring it to tho right shop.
(Continued from patio 1)
davit of Mr. Borha?" "1 did." "Did
you go personally to boo Borba to
lind out whether he wanted to car
ry on tho suit?" "No, I did not, I
telephoned to him." "Mr. Borba
then did not employ you to bring
this suit?" "Ah Hoy employed mo
so far as all financial matters were
The following is a copy of two of
tho papers filed in tho case.
In the District Court of Wailu
ku, County of Maui, Territory of
Antono Borba vs J.LI. Raymond.
ction of Replevin.
Now comes Antono Borba and
for tho roisons set forth in the an
nexed affidavit of himself which
is attached hereto and made a part
f this motion, wherein' it is shown
that the above entitled cause was
instituted entirely witlfout the
knowledge or consent of the plain
tiff herein, the said Antono Borba
requests that the above entitled
cause may bo quashed and dismiss
ed, and that the costs herein may
be taxed against the person or per
sons responsible for the institution
of the above proceeding.
Dated at Wailuku, this 13th day
of April, A. D. 190G.
(Signed) Antone Boniu.
In tho District Court of Wailu
;u, County of Maui, Territory of
Antone Borba, Plaintiff; vs J.
II. Raymond, Defendant. Action
Territory of Hawaii, Island and
County of Maui, ss.
I, Antone Borba, being first duly
sworn depose and say that I am
informed that a certain proceeding
was instituted by J. M. Vivas, At
torney at Law. of Wailuku. Maui
pretending to nctas my attorney
before the above entitled District
Court, wherein I am mado plaintiff
and J. II. Raymond, defend
ant; in an action of replevin of ,a
certain dark brown horse branded
I, and which said action' was' 'insli'
tutcd by the said. J. M. Vivai
my name on or about tho 4th day
of April, A.D.aUUU.
L..,'urthor depose and say that
tlio use of my name as plaintiff in
the said action ' was entirely un
authorized by me and wholly
against my wishes. That I, at no
time, employed J. M. Vivas as my
attorney to bring any suit or action
against J. II. Raymond and tha
his appearing and pretending to b
my attorne' in said action is, and
was entirely without warrant and
againFt my wishes.
(Signed) Antonk Boiiba.
Subscribed and sworn to befor
me this 19th day of April, A. D
James L. Coke,
On motion of attorney James L,
Coke, who represented Dr. J. II
Raymond, the suit was dismissed
Alutnu T. Atkinson Dead.
Alatau T. Atkinson, ono of Hono
lulu's most prominent citizens, died
at his residence in that city, last
Tuesday niorninr at 10:10 o'clock-
after an illness of several weeks,..
Mr. Atkinson was born in Siberia
nn the It! of Kovcmber, 181!), bein
f7 years old at, tho linn of his do ill
Ho leaves a widow and the follmvi
sons and daughter. A. L C. Atliin
son, Acting Governor of tlio Terr
tory, Mrs. Arthur M Hrown, Mrs.
C. L. Perkins, Mrs. F. K U, Gibbon.-
Mrs. S. G. A'iUlcr, Robert V. At kin
son and Kenneth Atkin-on.
All the public
eliools worn oliised
Tuesday afti-rnmin in
eepcet to tlio
jni'tnorv of the formei-Supcrintendi'ii
of Public instruction.
Condemned to IIiiiijJ.
Johnson, the nuird-rrr, whose eas
during 'he- past. (mv. day has bee
on trial before Judo Robinson
court in Honolulu, was last Tuesday
morninu condemned to hanr. Fie va
charged with, murdering tho httl
Wharton child at Waialua, Oahu
some months ajjo.
When asked the usual bupstlon by
uio uouri, wneiner ue una anytbln
to say beforo sentenco was imposed
he made a frnntio .Vnnpnl in his nvrn
behalf, speaking' at a rapid i-utj
Alter sentenced was pronounced ha
tried to make another appeal for bis
life but a"pbIc6 officer took himfff
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STEEL SAFES that don't absorb moisture and are absolutely Firepro
MONUMENTS ' K
Of tho latest designs in any tnar.eriul known to tho trade, including "White Bronze and also Ro
Bronze. Call on or write to
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts
Hon. II. P, Baldwin Retm hh.
Honorable II. P. Baldwin has so
far recovered from his recent illness
that he is able to be out, ahd is now
at his home and much improved i.i
Some time ago as tho result of a
rold, his ear became offectcd, and an
obcoss forming an operation was
found necessary. This was performed
by skilted surgeons, and tho opera
tion wns an entire success.
All aro fjlad to know of Mr
win's recovery and arc lad
him homo a;ain.
Knights of llytliiiiH Give Aid.
On Tuesday night of this week
1 aryo gathering of Knights
of tins island assembled at tho
Knights of Pythias Hall. Waifuku,
for the purpose of rendering aid to
the brother Knights of tho stricken
city of San Pi ancisoo. About 400
dollars were raised which amount
was forwarded to San Francisco
through tho Relief Committee
Knights of.Pythias Oi' that city.
ChlncBc From Snn Francisco.
According to recent issues of Hon
olulu papers a petition was present
ed to Acting Governor Atkinson to
havo the thousands of Chinese who
havo been made homeless by the
great disaster which has overtaken
the city of San Francisco brought to
.Hawaii, x. Ainu, wiiojreprcsen s a
number of local Chinese societies con
ceived the idea.
On Sunday, tho 22nd, John E. Tav-
ares of Makawao, was married to
Miss Leonora Fernandes rfJKaluanui,
at tlio Kealahou Catholic Church.
J. E. Tavares is the post office clerk
and is the brother of A. F. Tavares,
tax-collector, lawyer an! postmaster
of Makawao, and cf Manuel Tavares,
the owner of Pukalaui Ranch.
Program tor Makawao Teachers'
Meeting, April 30 lilOG.
Patriotic Exercises Mr. Atwater
Primary Geography Mr. Uockett
Lifo of Horace Mann Miss Morris
Agriculture Mr. Wells
First Lessons in Drawing Miss Peck
Franction in 1st & 2sd Grades
Piiys logy Mr. Hardy
Tardiness Gnneral Discussion
Dr. Franklin Burt and Mis Burt
yore entertained at Olowalu on Mon
day. On Tuesday evening the doc
tor took passage for Kohala on the
Kinnu. but will return to Lahaina in
a few week1.
Mr. Legrow ami daughter of Hon
ohilu are the guests of Mrs J. W. D.
A letter has lieen received trom
Mrs Sarah Deooto, who reports that
she and Mis. M. B. MnoDounld had a
ra ther unplai-ant. vnj-nge from IIo
nolulu to Vancouver.
Tho O. O. P. Soeiety; held a mopt
ing at tho home of Mrs. L. Simpson
lnt week. The program included an
essay on Kipling, together with read
ings and recitations from his works.
G. II. Dunn and family visited Mrs.
Silva at Wailuku last Sunday. Ed
IwafdlDunn has returi.ed to St. Louis
CARTER-On Thursday, the lUth of
April a uany ooy was oorn to Mr.
yfowp Mrs. A. E. Carter of Makawao.
itJUKiJiSw-u.i tlio lotti or April a
baby bov was born to Mr. and'Mrg.
Box 642 Honolulu
Mrs. Geo. H. Dunn, Mrs. Miilvanoy
and Mis Carrie Dunn and Eddie Dunn
were visitors to Wailuku to see Mrs.
Sylva who is staying with her daught
er .Mrs. W. El. Crozier.
Dr. Frcar, the Honolulu dentist,
arrived on Maui last Tuesday night.
The genial "Billy" Green of Hono
lulu was in town during tlio past
Mr. Thos. A. Birmingham, repre
senting E.O. Hull & Son of Honolulu,
wns on Maui for the p.tst few davs.
Sunr Cnrgocs Depart.
Tho S. S. Nobraskan expects to
sail tomorrow from Kahului direct
for San Francisco with a cargo of
sugar, some of which ip for Crockett
and the balanco for overland ship
mcnt. Last Tuesday tlio bark Fohng
Suoy sailed for Philadelphia with
27,800 bags of sugar, and on Thurs
day the ship Kinco sailed for tho
same port with 48,300 bags sugar.
Both sailed from Kahului.
The bark Kaiulaui got away from
Kaanapali'last week with a full load
of sugar for San Francisco.
Last Monday the freight steamer
Nobraskan arrived in Kahului, from
San Francisco via Honolulu.
a number oi men are ueing em
ployed in the construction of a light
house at McGregor's Landing. Tho
work is going along rapidly.
Work is progressing on the dredg
ing of Kahului harbor.
Denrrture Kahuh l
April ?,8.-Str. C oucine Parker, ior
- v.l u u.
May 2,-Str. Clruiline Parker, frrm
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Date Name Fuom
April 3, Sonoma Colonies
4, Sierra S F.
4, Moana ...Colonics
7, Coptic S. F.
7, Miowe.ra Vancouvor
7, Mongolia Yokohama
13, Alameda S. F.
14, China Yokohama
14, Siberia &'. F.
20, Nebriskan S. F.
21, America Marti S. F.
21. Ventura Colonies
21, Nippon Maru. . , . Yok hamn
2.r, Sonon,ia S. F-
May 1, Doric Yokohama
1, Mabeno Colonies
2. Mongolia '. S. F.
4. Alameda S. F.
5, Moana., Vancouver
8, Manchuria Yokohama
!).. China 8 V.
11. Nevada n S. F.
lf, Sierra Colonies
10, Vent in a! S. F.
17, Nippon Maru S F
STEAMERS TO DEPART
Date Najik ' foii
April 1, Nevadnn S. F.
3. Sonoma S. F
4, Sierra Colonies
4, Mp.ina , . . . Vuncourer
7, Coptic Yokohama
7, Miowera Colonies
7, Mongolia.,. . S. F.
14, China S. F.
14, Siberia Yokohama
18, Alameda; S. F.
21, America Maru, .Yokohama
22, Nebra&kan S. F.
24, Ventura S. F.
24, Nippon Maru S. F.
25, Sonoma.... t. Colonies
May 1, Doric T....S. F.
. 1, Maheno. , Vancouver
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AXTELL & CO
Market Snii,, 1 WxA-uku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Prirao & Seie
Bottled Boer '.' i!
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Patronize local men
Don't send to Hone i i
when you can insure at home.
F. P. ROSECRANS,
Local Agi nt New York Life.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
Tf you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makawao
Services at Island Churches
Ciiniioii Op Holy Innocents, Lahaina
Cnnon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. ovory Sundsy.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning servico 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 V. M. During Ad
vent and Lenton season special wcolt day ser
vices. WAINEK CHURCH. LAHAINA.
Rev. S. Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S.O. E. nt 1:00 P. M. Wed
nesday nlternoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:30 P. Ml'
Thursday ternoon, Women's Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday af tornoon, Cbolrilehearsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Onuitcn, Lahaina. .
Rev. Fathor Oliver.
First Mas, wc'elt days 8:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Benedlotion 2:30 p. m.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
nt " IV XT G I a . . . .
welcome, . , ,
FOREIGN PROTESTANT CHURCH.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M, .
Puullo Worsnlp at 11:00 A. M.
Kaahumand ClIDIlCII, WAU.DKU
Rov. J. Nua, Pastor,
Sunday school. 0:30 A.M. Morning service 11
w. Y P' S- - J5- from 7:00 p- M. to 8:00 P.
M(V,Air,tc??6'?rv'.ce'w?"uku' Sunday School
SMM P M. Revival meeting 3:U0P, M. All wel-
T MlSON Paia
. Sf fAool lO.a. in
l., ffitVur. Meeting
M q. Santos. Kvnngnllst.
7-VYMl a ,ii"iB' "'-.s -Wr, Meeting
7-30 P.M., S. School at Ilumal.uanoku at!! P ui.
overy Sunday. .i.-r.ui.
UNION CHURCH, WAILUKU.
Rev. Rowland 11. Podge. Pastor Preaching
Servico its uimnl iit7l P. M
TiiKCiumou ok Tub Ooon siiBriiKiin
Rev, Cnnon Ault. Reclnr.
Holy Communion. 1st, 3rd. 4th. Mb Sunday at 7
A. M. and Sunday at 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
nt II A. M. Children's servico, 1st Sunday at S
P.M. HVfttlSnnf? Ilml Qnrmnn nt 11...... .... mttt .
" M A UUUCUU, I .U.
IlnlV O.ll'H. f Inlr P.iiiimiiiitnn n r r...tin
Matlus at 7:30.
St. Anthony's Ciiuiicii, Wailuku
Si' -day Service. Communion, 6;0UA. M. Child
ren's .lass. 8:30 A. M. Instruction Ir English.
Second Mass, 10:00 A. M. Sermon In Ilanallar
and Portuguese. Aftor Mass. Benediction. 11:
A. M., Roscry and instruction lor natives, week
days Mass 6. A. M. Holidays falling during
weok: Ccmmualon at 6: A. M. Mass at 9 00 A.
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For salo, for rent, lost, found, situations' or
help wanted advertisements will birvublisb
od under this heading at tho following
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succeeding issuo. Seven words to constitute
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