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SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Mrs. Lufkin Lntertnlnt.
Hnn. A tf. Kepolksl. Circuit Jui1e, WbIIuku
Edmund H. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court. Watlultu
Jii'lKe W. A. McKay ulst. Mapixtrte, WuiluUu
" Chag. Copp, " "
" Kunukau, " "
" J. Kalama, " 1
" Pllmanu, " '
" MoCorriston " "
" Kahoohalnnala, " '
W. T. Koblnson, Tax A-fleiwor.
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Amemor
A. F. Tavaros
G. nunn, "
M. H. Router, "
Wit, HennlDK, Supervisor, Chairman Lnhnlna
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin entertained
about tlii r ty lady friends nt her home
on Ihursday afternoon of this week.
Progressive pedro was played. Miss
W. H. Corowell.
T. M. Church,
J. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Case,
W. F. CMK'KETT
L. M. IlaUlwin,
W. F. Kaae,
T."vk, Deputy Sliorlfl
C. lv. S ndHay,
Edgar Morton, " "
F. Wlttrock, " "
J. H. Mahoe, ' "
Deputy County Attorney.
liana! Fanny Engle of Paia won the first
prize which was a very pretty silver
souvfnier spoon of Hawaii. Mrs.
Case won the consolation prize which
was a pretty jardinier.
Guests were present from l'aia,
Puunene, Kahului and Wailuku. Tin-
event was given m honor of Ms
Miunio Gilmore of Ribault Minnesota
who is a sister to Mrs. Lufkin. .
The refreshments served were most
waiiuku excellent and all the ladies enjoyed a
MaknSwaI5 very pleasant afternoon.
The llygein Has a New Manager
Mr. Russel of the Hygeia Soda &
The dredger Reclamation, at work Ice Works has resigned his position.
in Kahului harbor, met with a serious
accident last week, which will cause
a delay in the work of about two
Steps are being taken bv theDem
"oCrats of Oahu to secure control of
the Aloha Ama for a parry orgau.
Mrs. E. Nawahi will probably con
and Mr. George 13. Henderson, form
erly manag r of the Puunene Butch
er Shop, has accepted the position
made vacant by the resignation of
Mr. Henderson is a vouny man of
good business ability, and lias the re
putation of being a hustler. We wish
tinue in the editorship. It is proposed him every success in his new field of
to incorporate a company for $5,000 labor.
and buy the plant, the shares to be
'of the par value of $2 each
Rev. Mr. Ault department for Ho
nolulu by the steamer Claudine last
Wednesday. He is conducting Miss
Hannah Cumminns and Master
The Minstrel Troup a Success,
Thpse who were fortunate enough
to attend the performance of the
Thomas Cummings, and will place minstrel troup at the old school house
them in a school in that city
Augustine Enos received from Ho
nolulu last week a beautiful Ufa size
picture of his deceased father. It is
encased in an elegant frame and is an
exa,ct reproduction of the late gentle
last Saturday, are one and all pro
fuse in their praises of the troup as a
whole, and not one adverse criticism
have we heard of any part of the
The charitable purpose for which the
entertainment was given made many
go, wto otherwise would probably
The races ol the Fourth of .iuly will not have gone, but all who went con-
be among tte most, interesting ever Uidered that they had had a treat
held on the island and the polo pony that was well worth hearing
races will be one of the principal fea
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turesoi ine oay, as me cwiMjsi wu. Hurt by a Blast ut Waihee
be between island bred ana imported
Mneh has been said of the Buoerior ' On Monday of this ei k a Chinese
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ftyof the imported horses and this will field laborer, working for ttin Wai
give the disputants a chance to prove luku Sugar Company, met with a
which is tha better class of ponies.
The Wailuku-Lahaina National
Bunks are publishing a neat little
bank paper, which is being sent to
their patrons. This will do much to
interest people in banking and as the
combined capital of the two banks is
now seventy-five thousand Dollars,
painful uccident while working near
the Waihee School House as the result
of a blast fired by a Japanese taro
planter. The man was at work water
ing cane at the time and knew noth
ing of the fact that a Japanese was
preparing to blast a stone near by
When the blast was fired a stone
struck the Chinese laborer on the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of AH
KAMA, late of Kamalo, Molokal, de
ceased, before Judge A. N. KEPOI
KAI Order of Notice of Petition for Al
lowance of Vinal Accounts and , Dis
charge in this Estate.-
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and 'Accounts of J. H. Mahoe, Adminis
trator (rf the Estate of Ah Kama,
late of Kamalo, Molokal, deceased,
wherein he asks to be allowed $130.40
and he charges himself with $146.50,
and asks that the same may be ex
amined and approved, and that a
final order may be made of Distribu
tion of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him and his sureties
from all further responsibility as such
It is Ordered that Monday, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 190G, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge of said Court
at the Court Room of the said Court
at Wailuku. Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is appointed as the
inie and place for hearing said Peti
Lion and Account, and that all per-
ons interested may then and there
pyear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said pro
perty. And that notice ot this Order,
n the English language.be published
in the Maui News, a weekly newspa
per printed and published in Wailuku,
Maui, for four successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to the time there
in appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, this ISth
day of May, 1906. .
(Seal) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest. Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Circuit. -
May 19, 2(5, June 2, 9 and 16.
Pay warrant No. 1452, on the Treasurer
of Maui County to the order of W. Ole-
sn for f 43.00, dated May 8th, 1906, has
been lost, and all persons are hereby cau
tioned against accepting the same.
Auditor, County of Maui.
May 12-19, 1906.
anil hnt.h art nnrier t.hp mann eminent
niMrr.11. i.ru. who made ,v, J hand badly cutting and bruisin
First National Bank of Wailuku such me wh.le smaller pieces ; of stone
a success they will enjoy the con fl- struck Ws npek and inflicted some in-
dence of the entire community. 'V Janefe sent fof ,a
physician and did everything possible
At Enos Block, Market btreet, t0 make tne injured man as comfort
commencing today, Saturday ( morn- able as possible, and is not only pay
ing at o A. M.., there win De a &aie iag alt expenses, but has offered to
of Eastern Dry Goods and Clo bing pay tho man -ls suai wages during
imported direct by Mr. uurtis, late time j,e ja unable to work
maosger for Kerr & Co., Honolulu,
the goods have all been well Selected
. and Buyers will find among the many
lines goods they have usually to send
to the Mainland for.
Notice to Firemen.
Japanese Sold Wife for $112 and
Agreed To Divorce.
Monday, May 14.
United States Commissioner Mat
ing this afternoon committed To
menesuke Eleida and Yoshido Aino,
All members of the Wailuku Volun
teer Fire Co. are required to mee- two Japanese from llilo, on a charge
at the Shei ill's office in Wailuku, on of conspiracy to fell a woman fo im-
Tuesd ty May 22, 1906 at 4 o'clock P.
M. for drill practice.
JAMES L. COKE,
Chief Wailuku Volunteer Fire Co.
Mr. and Mrs.
moral purposes. Heida is alleged to
have sold his wife to Aino for the
princely sum of $112, for which he
agreed in the bargain to see that a
divorce was obtained between himself
and his wife. ' A couple of other Jap
auese, who were charged under the
same charge for alleged complicity
in the matter, were discharged by
A most enjoyable evening was spent Mating, as there was no possible
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. I cause to believe that a jury would
Wadsworth last week by over forty convict,
invited guests at which progressive An interesting exhibit was offered
pedro was played until a late hour, in evidence by the prosecution, name
after which delicious light refresh ly, the bill of sale from Heida to Aino
ments were served. Mrs. E. B. Car- lit reads as follows.
ley of Paia, won the laurels and wrs ''I was married with cue Natsu
presented with a silver toothpick Okamoto ia accordance of the law of
holder. Mr. H. B. Penballow receiv- this government, but I will divorce
ed as a booby prize a Jack-in-the- her today, as the divorco pape
Box, while Miss Anna Streuback re- shows, and I have received for
ceived the coneolatbn prize consist her the sum of $112.00 from you and
ing of a very pretty maidenhair fern. I will leave everything iuto you
Mr. Wadsworth has recently had hands in regard of her person, and I
l.is house enlarged and remodeled. It I present you this note to prove that 1
ii now one of the most comfortable will not make any objection in ca
dwellings on the island. the divorce is brouvht before the
Social gatherings of the character court."
of the one at the residence of Mr. March 2, 39th vear of Melii (1905)
Wadsworth are always enjoyed, and (Sgd.) TOMEXESUKE HEIDA
especially was this one a success, as (Thumbniark)
Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth spared no Arbitrator:
pains to make every one feel perfect- MASH AKICHI NOD A
ly at home. 1 NAOICH NAKAHARA
E. H. Pie per has filed a Second
Application tor a 4th Class License at I
Paia, Makawao, Maui. Any protests
against the issuance of t'.iis licens
should be filed in this office by Mone
day, May 14, 1906.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu.M'ay 4, 1906.
GENERAL STORY IS ORDERED
Major-deneral John P. Story,
formerly chief of artillery but now
retired, has been ordered by the
War Department to Honolulu,
Guam and the Philippine Islands
to select locutions for coast defense
guns. Information concerning the
orders of General Story was receiv
ed here by Lieutenant J, R. Slat-
tery, local engineer, United States
Army, in a letter from the War
Department. The letter ia a copy
of the orders as issued to General
Story, which direct him to proceed
to the places designated, "on offi
cial business pertaining to the
selection and location of emplace
ments for the armament recom
mended by the National Defense
Board." fter having completed
his work, tho General is directed
to report to the United States Con
sul at Nagasaki for further instruc
"Does the visit of General Story
imply that some new defenses are
contemplated for Honolulu?" Lieut.
Slattery was asked today.
"No," he replied. "Reservations
-for the coast defenses have already
been made, and Central Story, I
am quite sure, will only use his
judgment to select the position
of the guns to bo established here."
The order rends that the General
shall proceed here at once, ho it
will probably not be long before he
will arrive in Honolulu. Bulletin.
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