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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
A W. Kppnlknl, Circuit liultrtj. WuIIuku
Kdmutirt H. Hart
H.Hftrt. Clerk Circuit CJonrt. Wiillnliii
Jmlge W. A. McKay Dist. MiiRiatriUo, WuIIuku
" J. Recnrd " " Lnhftina
" ChH. Copp, " " Makawuo
" Kumiknu, " ' Hommula
" J. Kaluma, " ' Hnn
" Pllmanu, ' Klpatmlu
" McCorrlHtnn " " Molokal
" Knhoohalanala. " ' I. mini
W. T. Kohlnaon, Tax A-vmnr Walluku
J. N. K. Kenla, Dcpi.ly ARsiwwir Walluku
A. F. Tavarcs I'aia
U. Dunn, Lahalna
M. H. Routor, " " Hana
" COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Wm. Hcnnln(, SuporvlHor, Chairman Lnhntna
W. H. Cornwoll, " Walluku
T. M. Church, " Mukawao
J. H. Halualanl, " Hana
T. T. Meyers, ' Molokal
I). H. Caw, County Attorney
W. F. ClUlcltETT. Deputy County Attorney.
L. M. Ilaldwtn, Treasurer
Clios. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaac, Clerk
Wm. Baltery, ShorllT Walluku
Kdw. liners, Sheriffs Clork Walluku
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff Walluku
C. R. Lindsay, " " Lahaina
Kdgar Morton, " ' Makawao
F. Wlltreck, " " Uana
J. H. Mahoo, " " Molokal
Every man to his taste and the
taste ol the biff majority runs to
Primo Lager. All dealers sell it.
The framework tf the Wailuku
Sugar Company's new mill is now up
and work progresses rapidly.
The new teachers cottage of the
Wailuku School will soon be ready for
The dredger Reclamation is doing
excellent work in Kahulul Harbor
when the wind and weather permit.
After the breakwater is extended out
some distance the wind will not inter
fere with the work and it will pro
gress rapidly at all times and in spite
of the weather.
The road between Kahului and
Wailuku has been oiled and is in an
The officials are making it hotter
than ever for the Che fa gamblers.
. Mr. J. II. Porteous of Honolulu
was on Maui last weok.
Owing to the early departure of
the Mahena Mr. D. II. Davis did not
arrive in Honolulu on time o go to
the Coast on her. He returned to
Wailuku Tuesday night expecting to
go down ou Kinau Friday, leaving
for the coast on' the China, due to
sail May 8th. He t ies in the interest
of the Maui Wine V iquor Co.
Dr. and Mrs. J. It. 'Raymond are
in Honolulu'. Mrs Raymond .will be
gone two or three weeks.
As the Maunaloa is the boat that
regularly connects with the Alameda,
bringing mail, to Maui and Hawaii
ports, it lis hoped she will be de
tained in Honolulu, for that purposes
that will give the people on her route
tfie Coast news they are so anxious
Mrs. C. Hayselden left for Honolulu
via Lahaina last Wednesday, to make
an extended visit with her son, Mr.
Harold T; Hayselden.
Mrs. Sam Johnson is expected on
Maui by Saturday's Claudine. She
will be the guest of Mrs. D. II. Davis.
The prospectus of the Hawaiian
American Rubber Company has
reached this office and we predict
that this company will become one of
the successful business enterprises of
the islands. The prediction is based
upon the wonderful growth of the
trees now on this plantation as well
as those growing on adjacent planta
tions. The capital stock is $30,000
and is divided into sixteen hundred
shares of the par value of $50 each.
Twelve hundred and eighty one shares
have been taken by tbe incorporators
and three hundred and nineteen are
offered the public by Thielen & Wil
liamson of Honolulu or they may be
had at the First National Bank of
Maul Publishing Company
- Annual Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
Maui Publishing Company was held
in the office of the Secretary, D. H.
Case, on the evening of the 30th of
The stock was well represented.
The meeting was presided over by
the president, J. N. S. Williams.
The report of the teasurer was re
ceived and was followed bv the
1 he election ot officers resulted in
the unanimous. re-election of every one
of the former officers and directors,
The matter of levying an assess
ment was thoroughly discussed and
it was decided not to levy any assess
ment at present, as it is believed that
with the united assistance of all the
stockholders and a continuation of
the liberal patronage given by the
public the business may bo, made
a financial success. V f
Kahulul'a New Mnsonio Temple.
Today marks the beginning of a
new epoch in fraternal organizations
on the Islmd of Maui, and those who
believe in the elevation, the better
ment, the happiness of mankind re
joice in the dedication of the new
Masonic Temple at, Knlinlui, to the
cause of Masonry. 1 lii.s afternoon
Lodge Maui, A. F. and A. M. will
open lodge in their temporary quart
ers in the Knights of Pythias Hall,
after which the members will adjourn
to Kahului where the ceremonies of
dedicating the new temple will he
conducted by Acting District Grand
Master Henry Ernest Cooper, assist
ed by Joshua D. Tucker, and the
various Right Worshipful Masters of
the various lodges. Before the cor
ner stoner is laid a copy of the di
peusation granted to the lodge be
fore the charier was granted will be
placed in the vault together with a
copy of the charter, a copy of the
deed on which the temple is being
erected, blue prints of the building,
a copy of today's Maui News, the
Advertiser, the Evening Bulletin, the
Star, a set of U. S coins, and post
age stamps, a list of thenarresof
the members to date, a silver trowel
which the Acting Grand Master will
bring up far the occasion and a copy
of the by-laws of the lodge.
In case the weather is threatening
a canvas will be provided for the
occasion. In the evening a banquet
will be given at the Maui Hotel for
the members and their wives, after
wh'ch a regular stated meeting will
be held at the Knights of Pythias
The ceremonies which will be pub
lic will be as foflows:
Ceremonies Performed at the
Articles deposited in corner stone
Psalm 100. Tune -'Old Hundred"
During the singing the stone will
be lowered in place.
6. Then will follow the very pretty
ceremony of causing the various im
plements to be applied to the stone
that it may be truly laid in its bed
according to the strict rules of
masonry. The plumb being first
applied to the side of the ' stone; the
level to the top, and finally the square
to the angle, after which the Master
in charge will offer the following
"May the Almighty Architect of
the Universe look down with benign
ity upon our present undertaking,
and crown with success the edifice of
which we have now laid the founda
7. Music appropriate to the occa
sion will be furnished.
8. fter this the temp'e will be
masonically consecrated to the
purposes of the order with corn,
wine and on, this being accom
. plished by throwing in turn, the
contents of the vessel upon the
stones just laid.
a A short prayer followed by a
Masonic Anthem will close the
The Maui News congratulates
Lodge Maui on Its rapid growth and
great enterprise, and wishes it every
success and prosperity in the grand
work to which this Order is dedicat
NEWLY LOCATED ROAD TO
CONNECT McGREGOR'S LAND
ING WITH GOVERNMENT
ROAD, MAUI, T. H.
ProDO-sals will be received at the
office or the Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. H., until 12
o'clock m. of May 14th, lfJOfi, for con
structing a newly located road to
connect McGregor's Landing with
the Government road, including grad
ing for Carriage Stand, Maui, T. H.
Plaus, specifications and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained at
the orlice of the Asst. Supt. of Pub
lie Works and of the County En
gineer, Wailuku, Maui, lor which a
deposit of $5.00" is required, which"
sum will be refunded intending bid
ders, after they have returned the
plans and sppcti Vms.
Proposals wi' bo accepted un
less submitted u the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
bank check for One Hundred Fiftv
($150.00) Dollars in a sealed envelope,
eudorsed "Proposal for newly locat
ed road to connect McGregor's Land
ing with Govt, road," aud delivered
previous to 12 o'clock m. of the 'day
scecitied at the office of the Shperiu
tendent of Public Works, who re
serves the right to reject any or a
C. S. IIOLLOWAV,
. Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu-, T. H. May 1st, 1900.
Report of the Auditor of the County
of Maui for the Fiscal Period
from July 1st to December 31st,
Territory of Hawaii, Monthly
Territory of Hawaii, Interest
' Oct. Wrnt
Street Sprinkling, Wailuku...
Street Sprinkling, Lahaina....
Removing Garbage, Lahaina.
Rents I 26.00
Old lumber 8.00
Blasting powder.. 1.25
I. S. Nav. Co... n. 00 47-2i
(Warrant returned) 30.529.15
Road Tax Account:
District of Lahaina 3S7.00
District of Wailuku !y 2,838.00
District of Makawao . 1,741.00
District of Hana 1,190.00
Districtjof Molokai 122.00
District of Lanai ... 11.00
Total of all receipts.'.. ...36,818. 15
Supervisors' Office $ 1,663.05
Furniture & Town Clock 440.57
Street Lighting 116.3S
Roads & Bridges 999.67
Hack & Sanitary Inspection 278.27
Clerk's Office 604.45
Auditor's Office 776.75
Treasurer's Office 827.05
Attorney's Office 1 ,705.38
Sheriff's Office 11,372.08
Road Tax Account:
District of Lahaina.. 201.95
District of Wailuku 1,992.59
District of Makawao 1,136.25
District of Hana 1,015.99
District of Molokai 64.50
Total Warrants Issued
by the County Auditor... $23, 194. 90
Warrants redeemed.. 18,143.24
Warrants outstanding 5,051.66
General Account f 11,74s. 5.1
Road Tax Account.
Wailuku, Maui, Jan. 2nd, 1906.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
JAMES ALAN , late of Makawao,
Order of Notice of Ileal ing Peti
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Rita Alana-Keola, widow of said
deceased, of Makawao, Maui, allege
ing that James Alana, of Makawao,
Maui, died intestate at Makawao,
Maui, on the 22nd day of January, A
D. 1902, leaving property In tbe Ha
waiian Islands necessary to be ad
ministered upon, within the jurisdic
tion of this Court, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to
her, said petitioner.
It is Ordered that Thursday, the
7th day of Juue, A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed lor neanng said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
place oil persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of this
order be published in the English lan
guage for three successive weeks in
the Maui News, a weekly news
paper published in Wailuku.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, May 2,
(Attest.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
TSeal.) ' Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
May 5-1219 and 26.
The next meeting of the O. O. P,
Society will be held at the residence
of Mrs. John E. Gannon.
A strong northerly breeze was
blowing on Monday.
The Road Department is makiug
entensive repairs and improvements
on the upper part of Main street.
The Japanese theatricals have been
Letters have been received from
Mrs. Mac Donald and Mrs. Decoto.
The purest and whitest of Califor
nia's make. It will suit you when
all others fail. Order uow.
We have, just opened
now showing a nice
Corset Covers, Infant's
and Children's Hats.
in line Summer Dress
full and up-to-date.
We are opening' and displaying the
largest and finest assortment of Cups
and Saucers, Plates (all sizes), Soups,
Bakers, Platters, Nappie's Tureens J
in decorated and plain designs ever , j
shown 011 Maui at prices that will
astonish you. Call early as these
goods are sure o go.
The Emporium ot the