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SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS-
The Idie nf the Alexander House
will be at home at the Settlement
Heidctiee between tin- hours of three
find five cm the afternoon of Wednes
day, June 13th.
The ctosinir exercises of the Wai
luku Public fcYhools will be held on
Friday, June Kith, bei;inninsj prompt
ly at nine o'clmk. The programme
will consist of vocal and Instrumental
music, funcy drills, marches, dialog
ues, etc., given by pupils of t It the
An exhibition and snip of water
eolors and fancy needle work done by
the pupils will also be held in the
main hull. The proceeds of this sale
will be devoted to the purchase of
new materials for future work of the
The public in cordially lutiicd to
On Saturday noon, the 10th inst.,
the W'omaiw' Gu'ld will j;ive a lunch
eon at the Parsonage of the Church
of the Good Sliephard, Wailuku.
Boston Haked Deans, lio is I Chicken
and Ham, ColTce and doughnuts will
be served for the nominal sum of fifty
The Republican County Committee
held its monthly meeting in Its new
headquarters in the Telephone Build
ing on Main street Monday morning.
Representative W. P. Haia was re
commended for the supervif-orship
made vacant by the death of J. U.
Haluulani. They also considered oth
er matters of public interest and
made certain recommendations to
the supervisors for the repair of
roads ihbt are desired by the people.
A number of Japanese carpenters
are desired to work at gocd wages.
Apply at this oflice.
Fit your kodak with a Goerz or
Zeiss lens and note the results. Ho
nolulu Photo-Supply Co. has a num
ber of these lenses in stock and will
be pleased to quote prices.
The tree planting ou some of the
public roads of the district that has
been in the hands of V. J.Coelho has
been carried along to a successful
Issue and many trees havn been
planted that will In time make our
roads a pleasure to drive over. Near
ly every tree is doing well as the
trees were carefully planted and
Lave since been cared for and given
a good start.
Sunday the Portuguese residents
of Kula celebrated the Feast of the
Holy Ghost at the Catholic Church
of that district; There was a large
There will be a grand luau this
afternoon from 2;30 to 6 30 o'clock at
Castle Hall, Haleakala Lodge, given
by the Nawaieha Court, No. 309, I.
O. O. C. ;
Dr. Francis R Day, a well known
physician of Honol.l i, died on telst
inst. and was buried on the following
day, the funeral being attended by a
.large concourse. The cause of death
The steamer Nebraska.! arrived in
Kahului from Honolulu Tuesday morn
ing to load sugar (or San Francisco
and expects to sail today at noon
She carries several passengers.
If you wish to enjoy a nice luuch
for a small price go to the luncheon
tD be given on the 16th inst. by the
Woman's Guild at the Parsonage of
the Church of the Good .Shephard.
The engagement is announced of
Vetle A. Vetlesen to Miss Hilda Wal
ker of Sydney, Australia. Miss Wal
ker is a sister cf Mr. Vetlesen's
former wife and a daughter of Rev.
H. J. Walker, Australia.
It is expected that a luau or pol
lunch will be given at the Alexander
House at noon, Saturday, June 23.
It is desired that a sufficient balance
be left in the treasury to conduct
this worK successfully during the fall
term without overtaxing the new
head worker upen her arrival. Much
depends upon the willing cooperation
of our townspeople; and the possibili
ty of giving a small luau, as a means
of raising fnnds depends upon the
donations of either provisions or
money to purchase the same. If the
plans can be carried out, further
notices will be published.
When you smoke a Cremo cigar be
sure the CREMO is perforated iu the
wrapper. No banded Cremo is
guaranteed by H. Hackfeld & Co.,
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, June
12ih, at the home of Mrs. .J. H. Ray
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Notice is hereby given that under
ind by virtue of the power of sale
contained in thnt certain mortgage
dated the JSth day of September, A.
D. 1!)U5, executed ly J ihn Dow, as
Mortgagor, to The Firs'- National
Hank ol Wuiluku, as Mortgagee, the
undersigned mortgagee gives notice
of intention to foreclose the said
mortgage for conditions broken, to
wit: the non-payment of the principal
sums and interest when due.
Notice is hereby likewise given by
thp mortgagee that the property
conveyed by the said mortgage will
he sold at Public? Auction on the pre
mise of the Lahaina Rismark Sta
oles, at L'.haiiia, Maui, after the ex
piration of three (3) weeks from the
date of this notice, to wit: on Satur
day, Jun 30, A. D. l!0t, at 12
o'clock noon of the said duy. -
The property conveyed by the said
mortgage consists of all of the busi
ness stock and property of the La
hainu Iii-.in.uk Stables, at Lahaina,
Maul: stai'le barn and fixtures, oflQce
fixtures, cariinges, hacks, wagons,
harnesses, twenty head of horses,
and that certain lease of record
in Liber 21(i, pages (17 to (18 demising
the prem'iKcs on which the said S'a
bles are situated. '
Terms of Sale. Cash at the time
of purchase. Deeds at the expense
For further particulars apply to
C. D. Lufkin at The First National
Dank of Wailuku, or to A. N. Hay-
so klc n, Attorney for Mortgagee at
Lahaina, Maul, T. H.
Dated ut Lahaina, Maui, this !th
day of June, A. D. 190G.
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
June !), 16, 23 and 30.
Iloolahu e Paniku I ka Morakl.
Ma keia ke hoolaha ia aku nei ma
muli o kekahl manit kuai tloko o Vela
morakl i lianaia ma ka la 18 o Sepa
temaba, M. H. 1905, e John Dow, mea
morakl, la The First National Hank
of Wailuku, mea paa moraki, o ka
mea nona ka inoa malalo iho nei, ka
mea paa moraki, ke hoike aku nei
oia e paniku ia ana ua moraki 'la no
ka uhaki ia a na olelo aelikc, oia hoi,
ka uku oleia o ke kumupaa Bine ka
ukupanee l na mauawa e ukuia ai: ..
Ke hoolaha uku nei no hoi ka mea
paa morakl o na waiwal I hoopla ia
ma ua morakl 'la e kuai ia ana ma ke
kudala ukea ma kahl o ka Lahaina
Rismark Stables, ma Lahaina, Maui,
mahope iho o ka pau ana o ckolu (3)
pule mui ka la aku o keia hoolaha, oia
hoi, ma ka Poaono, Iuno 30, M. II.
WW), ma ka tioru li awakea o ua
O ka waiwai i hooiilo la ma ua
moraki 'la oia no ka wuiwai apau o
keia ame keia ano o ka Bismark Sta
bles, ma Lahaina, Maul, na hale lio a
me na pono apau, na pono o ke keena
hana, na kaa, ill kaa, iwakalua lio,
ame kola hoolimalima i kopcia ma ka
Buko 246, ma na aoao 67 ame 68, e
hoolimalima una t Ka uina e ku la ua
Ke auo o ke kuai ana. Dala kuike
I ka manawa kuai. Na ka mea kuai
mai o uku na lilo ona palapala kuai.
No na mea hou aku e ninau ia C.
D. Lufkin, ma ka First National
Bank o WailuKu, a i oluia ia A. N
Ilayselden, Loio o ka mea paa mora
ki, ma Lahaina, Maui, T. II.
Hanaia ma Lahaina, Maui, T. II.
i keia la 9 o Iune, M. II. 1906.
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
, Loio o ka mea paa moraki.
Iune 9, 16, 23 ame 30.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
SECOND CIRCLIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
ANNIE MINER, late of Makawao,
Maui, deceased, before Judge A. N.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and
Discharge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of James L. Coke, Act
ministrator of the Estate of Annie
Miner, late of Makawao, Maui, de
ceased, wherein he asks to be allowed
f!M).45 oi.d he charges himself with
$169.50, and asks that the name may
te examined and approved, and that
a linal order may be made of Distri
bution of the property remaining in
his hands to the persons thereto en
titled, and discharging him and his
sureties from all further responsibili
ty as such administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
16th day of July, A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court Room of the
suid Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place for
nearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show-
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that
notice of this Order, in the English lan
guage, be published in the Maui News,
weekly newspaper printed and
published In Wailuku, Maui, for three
successive weeks, the last publication
to be not less than two weeks pre
vious to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 4th
day of June, 1906.
(Sigued.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest: Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 9, 16, 23 and 30.
Governor Carter Itcturntt.
Lust week, by the steamer Man
churia, Governor George R. Carter
of this Te rritory returned from hi
trip to California, looking better than
he has for years past.
To a newspaper representative
the Governor said as follows, in part
''There are but eighteen months of
my term left. I am rounding into
the home stretch. Tlitr? is no need
that I should wo-ry myself a great
deal about what is to be done. I will
not try to initiate new business, so
much as I will devote my attention to
finishing up the things that have
already been begun. I do not pro
pose to set myself against the people
of this community. If they want :
thing done, if the people desire :
particular man for a particular place
I will not set myself in opposition to
them, saving: 'No; I will nit have
Auction Sale of A wo Licenses.
In accordance with requirements
of Section 1335, Chapter 102, of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, in ro the
sale of Awa Licenses, and as further
provided by Act 32, Session Laws
1905. One Awa license for each dis
trict of the several Islands will be
sold at Public Auction between the
thirteenth and twentieth day of June,
1906, each license to be for the term
of one year from the Hrst day on
July, 1906. The upset price to be as
For the District of Honolulu $1,000.00
For the District of Hilo 500.00
For the District of Wailuku 500.00
For the District of Lahaina 250.00
For each other districts 100.00
Licenses for the Districts of Hono
lulu, Ewa and Waianae, Waialua,
Koolauloa and Koolaupoko on the Is-
of Ouhu will be sold at the front en
trance of the Capitol, at Honolulu,
on Saturday, the 23rd day of June,
1906, at 12 o'clock noou.
Licenses for the Islands of Maul,
Hawaii and Kauai will be sold in the
respective Districts cf these Islands,
upon such day and date as shall be
designated by the several Sheriffs or
their Deputies. Due notice of date aud
place of sale will be given by posters
in each of the said Districts.
A tush deposit of twenty-five per
cent of the amount of the successful
bid will be required on the fall of the
hummer, suid deposit to be forfeited
to the Government if the full amount
of the bid is not paid within five duys
of the day of the sale.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office Houolulu T. II
May 24, 1906.
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Kriamcl'tho brtth' tiib,"shiho fiV h1titchcnangeadbB Salfiaily fort ho surm
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But that's not the only kind of Paint. We have artist' seolors i in tubesT
squares, bottles, inks of all kinds, brushes to 'paint any-canvas, the canvas to
match the brushes, the canvas already prepared, stretched and framed, sized,
color work if you wish. ;-Wo want to be accommodating and wo want to do more
of this kind of business but it is up to you. We have tho-goods. Now get busy
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and make Maui iamous for her paintings and the art center of Hawaii.
dy to use, in fact, everything but the finished painting; and wo ,can do that y
you, if you will , name the wAict, fl .fry aij sellHil' 9i or
California Ripe Olives' in Tins,
A new line of latest colors in
Window creens, Ousliion Cords
and Fringes, latest Patterns in Ten
nis Flannels, Gingliams and Oii'fiiTg
Flannels. . 'ix -g
A fine line of lnftiiits' ; Dresses,
Jackets and '$$&ix. Gliildrens
Hoods and Hats
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Two Maui students ruJuaed from
the Kainehameha Schools, Honolulu,
during the past week. Miss Mika
hala Awana. the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. Awana of Makawao and
Hector MortDi), the sou of Road
Supervisor aud Mrs. David Morton.
The graduation exercises of Mauna
olu Seminary will bo held 011 the 15Ui.
The t;irls will yive a fine concert on
Saturday tiiylit, the 9tli at the Semi-
OPEN SAT UHD AY EVENINGS.
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