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THE' MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1906
Minstrels Perform in Lahaina.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A T KepolUal. Circuit Jud?e, Wnllumi
Edmund H. Hurt. Clnrk Circuit Court. Walhikn
Jndgs W. A. McKay Dint. Maft"trnte, Wailuku
" J. Recard " " Lnhnlna
' Cbas. Copp, " " MUawuo
" Kunukaa, " '" Honunula
" J. Kalama, " - ' Hnna
" PlimaDU, " " Klpahulu
" McCorrlston " " Molokal
" Kahoohalanalft, " ' Lnnal
W. T. Koulnson, Tax Asaor walluku
J. N.K.Keola, Deputy AmeMor Wailuku
A. F TaVArea Pnla
G. Dunn, " " Lahainn
M. H. Router, M " Hana
Wm. Hennlnfj, Supervisor, Chairman Lahaina
W. H. Oornwell, " Wailuku
T. M. Church, " Makawao
J. II. Halualanl, " . Hana
T. T. Meyers, " Molokal
D. H. Case. County Attorney
W. F. CROCKETT Deputy County Attorney.
L. M. Haldwin, Treasurer
Chaa. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaae, , Clerk
Wm. Saftery, Sheriff Wailuku
"' 'w. Rogers, Sheriffs Clerk Wailuku
Jlark, Deputy Sheriff Wailuku
C. R. Lindsay, " " Lihalna
Edgar Morton, " ' nakawao
F Wlttrook, " " Hana
J. H. Mahoe, " " Molokal
The Puunene Athletic Association
will hold its annunl lawn tennis mix
ed doubles tournament for the Puu
nene Cups on the Courts at Puunene
ou' August 12th, 1906. The tennis
llayers of Maui are developing much
skill and some good playing will be
' Anna All entries should be made at the
earliest opportunity tnai me cvm
. . .i i t.i- ii .
mmee may k iuioujju u mo
"preliminary work in good season.
' The new tennis courts recently
completed by the II. C s o. Co. at
Puunene for the use Of the employees'
on the plantation are well situated
and commodious enough to accommo
date all who wish to witness the tour'
nament on August 12th.
It is the policy of the plantation to
do everything possible to ensure the
pleasure of its employees and by so
' doing make them contented and the
more anxious to serve the interests
of the company.
The Knights of Pythias held their
regular monthly meeting on Thurs
day of this week.
, Joaquin Garcia is building a neat
,'cottage near the residence of Mr. G.
"' Mr. A. G.; Dickens, new residence
above the' depot Is nearing com pie
lion He has a large lot that he got
by exchange with-the Wailuku Sugar
Company and has land enough for
the erection of several dwellings. .
"Joe do Rego, who recently sold out
his Interests tithe lao Stables to his
brother' - Autone, is building some
cottages ori Vineyard Street.
- Large piles 01 sana are aireaay on
, the ground for the concrete sidewalks
and most of the filling of dirt has
been completed and in a short time
the laying of the cement will com
The news of the passage of the re
fund bill was generally received with
rejoicing all over the island.
The engagement of Mrs. Josephine
A. Gilhaus and Mr. B. L. Hamilton
is announced. The wedding is to take
place on the second of June.
The Volunteer Fire Company were
out on the streets this week practic
ing with the apparatus.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
rflnnlon maotinrr nn TiiParlfttf. Mav
29th, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. A full attendance is request
ed to consider an amendment to sect.
3 of the By-Laws.
This dreamland was once more dis
turbed from its slumbers .by . the
aoening of the Lahaina ; Baseball
League for the season of 1906.
A good crowd wentout'toKilohana
Park to witness he game, and was
pleasantly surprised by the splendid
showing the boys made. f
For the first game the crowd seem
efl to be pleased with the showing
made considering the short time that
the boys have had to practice, they
played fast ball. The La Paloma
seems to be a favorite name and their
suits are stunners.
Of course they have lots - to learn
before they can come up to the stars
of the last season.
The teams line up as follows:
Pioneers La Paloma
Hookano catcher ' Poloka
Wm. Searle pitcher D. Espinda
Profet 1 tab W. Kaluakini
Jno Hose 2 base Henry Kia
Geo. Morns 6 base Aide nose
Niihau ss. . Geo. Ah Siu
Makekau c. f. Hailama
J. F.icard 1. f. Ah Fong
Paul Jones r. t. ii.. JSapaepae
Pioneers 02010100 04
La Paloma 400301 0 4 .12
Ralph Johnstone of the Internnl
Revenue Office in Honolulu, has been
promoted to the position of Deputy
Collector and is on Maui in the in
terests of his office.. He takes the
place of Walter Drake, who has also
been promoted. ,
Professor W. A. Wann, formerly an
nstructor in the Monmouth State
Normal School of Oregon, has been
confined in the Malulani Hospital
with a bad throat. He is the Dis
trict Superintendent for the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New York
for the Territory.
D. II. Lewis, of the firm of Love-
joy & Co., was on Maui this week.
Mr. George B. Sturgeon and family
left Wailuku this week for San Fran
cisco where Mr. Sturgeon has been
offered a lucrative position. Mr.
Sturgeon was engaged as a teacher
in the schools of the islands for a
number of years and left the work
some years ago to take up the work
of surveying in which capacity he has
been employed by the Wailuku Sugar
Company during the past year,
Attorney D. II. Case left for Ho
nolulu Monday to attend to some
business and will return today.
A number of ministers of the gos
pel are expected home from Honolulu
today. They have been in attendance
at the church conference in that city.
Mrs. Frear has been in Wailuku
the past few days with her husband,
W. G. Scott, the liquor man of
Paia, was in town on business Tues
John D. Holt of Honolulu, has been
on Maui visitiog Judge A N. Kepoi-kai.
Miss S. F. Treadway was a passen
ger to Honolulu by Wednesday's Clau
dine from Kahului.
Mrs. Davidson, Miss Alice David
son and Miss Henrietta Davidson left
for Honolulu by the Claudine on Wed
nesday of this week;
Honorable H. P. Baldwin and Mrs
Baldwin were in town Wednesday
looking over .the Bailey homestead
recently purchased by Mrs. Baldwin
for the Alexander family of which she
is a member.
Bruce Cartwright Jr. and J. H
McKenzie left tor Honolulu by the
Claudine Wednesday of this week
They have been out on the Kahikinui
Ranch for some weeks. Mr. Cart
wright recently suffered from blood
poisoning and in consequence has not
been in the office of Henry Water
house Trust Company for some weeks,
Mr. A. Gartenberg Was irj: town
for some days this wetnc In ' the in
terest of Grinbaum & Po. He left for
Honolulu per the Claudine.
D. L. Van Dine was a passenger to
Honolulu Wednesday of this week.
N. Omsted, the postmaster at Ha
na, was in town on business Wednes
Manager C. B. Wells returned
from the Planters, Association meet
ing in Honolulu Tuesday evening of
Barney Judd brought a fine lot of
horses from Hawaii this week and
readily disposed of them to local peo
pie. F. F. Baldwin and Harry A,
Baldwin were among the heaviest
purchasers while R. A. Wadsworth
for the Maui Soda & Ice Works pur
chased two tine horses for the com
pany and a pony for the children.
Miss Louisa Hart and Master Ed
mund Hart, children of Edmund
Hart, clerk of the Second Circuit
Court, deported bv the Claudine
Wednesday for Honolulu.
John J. Camara, who has been in
the employ of the Bismark Stabli
for many months, left for Honolulu
Saturday night the Wailuku Min
strels repeated their minstrel show
at Lahaina, there being a good at
tendance. The minstrels were, de-
servingly applauded throughout the
performance which went from start
to finish without a hitch, and caused
a continuous laugh.
The Luliaina Dcople are loud in
their praise and many were the re
quests from some of the best people
of the town to have the stiow repeat
ed in that place. As the boys are
again hard at1 practice for another
performance in the near future, it is
probable t!;at they wi'l again try to
please the public of Lahaina.
Kahului Rail rood builds new de
The Kahului Railroad Company has
just completed a new depot at its
termin us in Wailuku. It is one of
the neatest on the islands and will be
of great convenience to the public
and will facilitate the business of the
company to a great extent.
The building is up to date in even
respect and as it is practically in
town will be far more convenient than
the one that has been in use at the
lower end of town for so many years.
When the new concrete sidewalks
are built to the depot the expense of
travel on the road will be lessened as
the pi blic will not have to hire hacks
as in former times.
A corps of carpenters have been
at work on the building for some days
and ihe plumbers have completed
their work and all that is to be done
now is the final work of the painters.
A. Furtadoha9 a lot of lumber on
his lot near the depot for the erec
tion of a new cottage.
Wednesday, May 30th, Decoration
Day, being a legal Holiday, all Terri
torial offices will be closed on that
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii
Executive Building, Honolulu May
TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF
FICE OF COMPTROLLER OF
Washington D. C. May 5, 1906
Whereas by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "The Bald
win National Bank of Kahului," in the
town of. Kahului, in the County of
Maui and Territory of Hawaii, has
complied with- all the provisions of
the.Statutes of the United States, re
quired to be complied with before an
associatim shall be authorized to
commence tre business of Banking.
Now therefore I, William B. Ridge.
ly, Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that "The Baldwin
National Bank of Kahului," in the
Town of Kahului, in the County of
Maui and Territory of Hawaii, is
authorized to commence the business
of Banking as provided in Section
Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of
the Revised Statutes of the United
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of office this Fifth day
of May 1906.
Wm. B. RIDGELY,
Comptroller of the Currency.
May 26, June 2, 9. 16, 23, 30. July
7, 14, 21.
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110-gallon gasoline tanks, cement
lined, open at head and provided with
faucet, now used as water tanks, for
sale cheap. Apply at Maui Soda &
Ice Works. .
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