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SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1906.
THE MAUI NEWS
An interesting game of baseball
will be played tomorrow afternoon at
Well's Park. Doth contesting teams
have been hard at practice during
the past days end a close contest is
Two newspaper editors visited the
Puunene mill one day this week and
tried by personal observation to form
some intelligent idea of this vast
manufacturing institution. On leav
ing the mill Superintendent Williams
asked one of them what he consider
ed the strangest tiling he had seen
to which he replied "u wheel within
a wlxyl." The other thought the
strangest thing he had seen was the
operatiun of two wheels within a
wheel by a wheel without a wheel.
The Tennis Tournament entries
have been postponed until next Wed
nesday the 20 Lh inst.
A Chicken Lunch at the Church of
the Good Shepherd will be j,ivcn by
the ladies of the Guild this oi'ternoon.
The lunch is always excellent, and
those who attend are always satisfied.
50 cents per plate.
Some joung men of Paia went
shark fishing last Sunday. After
buying about two hundred feet of
rope, a number of hooks and several
dogs from the jail as bait they di
ligently fished all day. But not a
shark was caught except land sharks
at their own game.
Tickets for the luau or poi lunch to
be given for the benefit of the "Alex
ander House," will be put on sale by
Wednesday of next week.
Adults, 50 cents; children under
ten years 25 cents. A suiall sale of
beautiful velox souvenir post cards
and fancy articles will be connected
with the lunsh.
Next Saturday night the Wuiluku
Minstrels wfll ppi form'at the Knights
of Pythias Hall. Their object being
solely a charitable one it is expected
that the people will attend en masse.
The prices cf admiss'on are 50 and
75 cents. Come laugh mid grow fat.
Dr. Aiken will be at Kahului from
Tuesday to Friday of next week. He
will finished at Puunene on Monday.
Morris Keohokalole, who has been
fur some months past in Wailuku de
parted I'y the Mauua Loa Tuesday
morning for Holiolulu. -
Last week Mrs. Joaquin Garcia
took a trip to Honolulu and is ex
pected back this morning by the
Wm. F. Kaae, Clerk of the County
of Maui was a passenger to Honolulu
by Tuesday's Mauna Loa. He ex
pects to return by this morning's
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Coke spent
Kamehameha Day in Lahaina.
R. W. Farrtngton, of the "Even
ing Bulletin" and Master Joe Far
rington arrived in Wailuku Tuesday
morning from Hawaii, whither they
had gone to witness the opening of
the Kohala Ditch. They spent Tues
day in company of H. M. Coke of the
News seeing the sights at Kahului
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. S. B. Harry wishes to express
tier heartieit thanks to those who so
kindly assisted her during the recent
illness and death of her little son
Eugene. She wished to express her
gratiti;"io especially to the officers
and members of Aloha Lodge Knights
Mrs. H. M. Wells Entertains.
In the matter of the locating rail
road tracks, flumes or ditches upon,
over, or across the public highways
throughout the County of Maui.
Mrs. H. M. Wells gave a linen
bhower to Miss Eva Smith at Haiku
on Monday of this week.
Many ladies were present anJ
among the games played was that of
pinning the tail on the donkey. It
was arranged that Miss Smith should
be last and being tlindfolded she pro
ceeded to the task assigued and just
as she reached the objective point
Mrs. Wells emptied a basket of linen
work, including Napkins, doilies,
tablecloths and many articles of fancy
work and tailed out "shower."
Miss Smith was completely taken
by surprise and was entirely Ignorant
of the fact that her many friends had
Dcen worting lor weeKs to prepare
for her coming maniage.
Miss Smith's engagement to Mr
u. uorn was announced some
Notice H hereby given to the public
that frrn and after this date no
person or persons whomsoever shrll
locate or place any railroad track,
flunvi or ditch of any kind whatsoever
upon, over or across uny public
highway in the County of Maui, either
for purposes temporary or perma
nent, except the same bo done in the
If the location of such railroad
track, flume or ditcii be for a limited
number of days only, permission in
writing shall lirst bo obtained
(a) From the Beard of Supervisors; or
(b) From the County Engineer; or
(c) From the Road Overseer of the
District wherein it is proposed to
use such highway.
Location thereof shall be at such
time, place, and in such manner as
the authority granting permission
If the location of such railroad
track,. flume or ditch is intended to
be permanent, permission shall first
be obtained from and granted by the
Board of Supervisors.
By order of the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of
Chairman of the Board of Supsr-
visors of Maui County.
W. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
of Maui County.
June lb, 23. d(), and July
As provided for in Chapier 45 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii 1005,
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 188(1:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending Dec.
31, lOOfi, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of July
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are duo will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 100(5, (:i0
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building
W. E. BAL,
Supt Wailuku & Kahului.
Wailuku. June 10, 190G.
Wuiluku District Improvement
The Wailuku District Improvemen
Association held its monthly meeting
in the Court House on the evening of
the 14th instant, a good attendance
After the routine work the anti-
mosquito committee reported that
Judge A. N. Kepoikai has the top
minnows sent up by the President of
the Board of Health and will distri
bute them where most needed when
thev are of sufficient numbers to
warrant the same.
Mr. Case moved that the street
rubbish committee draw on the
treasurer for the purchase of a con
tainer to be placed in front of the
post office for the collection of papers
and other litter usually thrown into
the street. The motion was cf rried.
W. J. Coelho reported that the
trees planted along the highways
were doing well, and the Association
was drawn on to reimburse him for
money paid out in their care.
A motion was made and unani
moibly passed that it is the sense of
tin meeting that a uniform grade
be established on the side streets
and a stone curbing be laid, and the
walks filled with crushed stone in
stead wood of walks.
A committee consisting of V. T.
Robinson, W. Ault, W. .1. Coelho, D.
II. Case and 11. M. Coke was ap
pointed to look after Mr. lJcmine,
who will shortly arrive from 1 hi war.
to take moving pictures of things of
interest on Maui.
The plus to discontinue the Maa'aea
road below Puuhele was considered,
and the mutter was passed up to a
committee to report at a special
meeting to be called by the chair.
The needs of extending the water
system was then considered, and a
committee appointed to put the
matter in proper shape.
Peruviu Goodness and J. W. L
Marshall were elected to membership.
The meeting adjourned at 10 P. M.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose find oJ Sale.
Notice is hereby triven that, under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in mortgage dated March
11th, 1005, executed, acknowledged
and delivered by Ah Cheong, of
Lahaina, Maui, to H. Ilackfeld &
Company, Limited, a domestic cor
poration, recorded in Liber 2(58,
pages 202 205, the mortgagee intends
to foreclose said mortgage and sell
the property therein named fo1 con
ditions broken, to wit: non-payment
of part of the principal, and non
payment of interest, as by the terms
of said mortgage secured.
The above mortgage wes given to
secure the payment of ten promissory
notes, dated March lllh, 1!M)5, ag
gregating in amount Nino Hundred
Dollars, and payable in from one to
ten months after date.
Notice is likewise given that, after
the expiration of three weeks from
date of this notice, to wit, on Monday,
July, 9, 190(5, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, said mortgaged property,
for the reasons herein bove stated,
will be sold at public auction at the
makai entrance to the Court House,
in Lahaina, Couuty of Maui, Territory
Terms of sale. Cash at the time of
purchase. Deeds at expense of pur
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of property to be sold,
apply to D. H. Case, Attorney for
mortgagee, Wailuku, Maui, or to
Pioneer Store, Lahaina, Maui.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.,
Dated June 15th, 190(5.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
All of the unexpired term of that
certain lease entered into between
Kuhalewai Til ton and others with Ah
Cheung, of date July 25 lh, J 904, re
corded in Liber 203, on pages 151
and 152, including nil buildings,
rights, privileges and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, and all of the
estate, right, title, interest, term of
years unexpired, together with any
extention thereof, and all property
still connected and having to do
therewith,' and in the mortgage
being forclosed referred to.
June 1(5, 23, 30 and July 7.
Iloolnha a ku Men Paa Moraki e
Pani a e Kuai.'
Ma keia ke hoikeia uku nei, malalo
o ka mana i loua e kuai iloko kekahi
moraki i kakuuia Maraki 11, 1905,
hanuia, hooiaioia a haawiia e Ah
Cheong o Lahaina, Maui, i ka Hui o
Hakatcla Ma, i kaupalcnaia, he hui
kalepa kuloko, i kopcia ma ka Buke
2G8, aoao 202-205, ke manao nei ka
mea pan moraki e paniku i keia
mo'-aki a e kuai i ka waiwai i hoaka
akaia maloko olaila no ka uhaiia o na
aeiike, oia hoi: ka hook a a ole ia o
kekahi hapa o ke kumupaa, amc ka
uku pono ole ia o ka uku panee, e
like me ia i hoakakaia maloko o ka
moraki i oleloia.
Ua hanaia ka palapla moraki
maluno ae i mea e hoopaa'i no ka
uku pono ana ia uml nota aie dala, i
hanaia Maraki 11,1905, i hiki aku ka
huina nui i ka Eiwa Ilsneri Dala, a e
ukuia mai a mahopo mai o hookahi a
hiki i ka umi mnhina mahopc mai oia
Ke hoike pu ia aku nei no hoi,
mahope iho o ka hala ana o ekolu
pule mai ka Ia aku o keia hooluba,
oia hoi: ma ka Poakahi, Iului 9, 190(5,
ma ka hora 12 awakea oia la, o ka
aina i morakiia, no na kumu i hoaka
kaia inaluna ae, e kuaiia ma ke kuai
kudala akra ma ka puka komo makai
o ka Halo Hookolokolo ma Lahaina,
Knlana o Maui, Teritore o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai: Dala kuike i ka
wa e kuai ai. Na ka mea kuai mai e
uku na hlo palupala.
No na mea i koe e pili ana i keia
kuai, ame ka waiwui e kuaiia uku
ana, e niunu ia u. ii. uuse, ioio no
ka mea paa moraki, ma Wailuku,
Maui, a I ole i ka Hulekuai Paionia
mu Lahaina, Miui.
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd.,
,' Mea Pan Moraki.
llauaia lune 15, 1905.
KE ANO O KA AINA:
O ke koeua uku atuu i koe o keia
pulupulu hoolunalitna i hanaia mawu
ena o Kahulewui Tit ton ume kekahi
poe e ee me Ah Cheong, hanaia Iului
25, 1904, kopeia ma ka Buke 2ti3, na
aoao 151 me 152, pau pu u:e na hale,
na pono, uino ua mea upuu e pile paa
una, o ka wuiwai apau, mana, pono
kuleuna, na mukahlki o ka hoolima
lima l Koe, ume na muiiuwu apuu e
hnoloihiiu uku ui, aim) nu waiwui e
pilipua una me ka uina, uihoukukuia
hoi ilokj o ka moruki e puuikuia uku
Iuno 1G, 23, 30 ame Iulai 7.
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Next week we will sell remnants
and odds and ends in the Dry G oods
and notion line at prices that are
lower than ever. The goods arc all
right but we have to clean up our
stock and to do this we are Avilling
to sacrifice these goods at prices-far
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MtntMinnum un.mi Vr t mii k tit ! imiil fauna.
California Ripe Olives in Tins.
CIGAES! CIGAES! CIGARS!
Wo have (lie most complete lino on Maui.
Alfonso, Bock & Co., Imported, Africana, Imported, Reliance, Sanchez y
Ilaya, Principe de Gales, La Rosa Grandcs, Manuel Lopez, General
Arthur, Mike Wright, La Democracia, Boldt's Hodman House, N. Y.
Special, AmoriiTe, El Toro, Borinqucn, Owl, Pete Dailey, Excclcior
Crown, Georgia Gem Cheroots, Arthurettes, Old Government Plantation.
Egyptian Dieties, Milos, Phillip Morris Cambridge, Arabs, Cycle, Amer
ican Beauty, Duke's Cameo, Imperials.
PIPES!- PIPES! PIPE
B. B. B. Tipes in large assortment and at many prices.
Special Pipes of various designs and colors.
Meerschaum Pipes at reasonable prices.'
Capstan, Latakin, WardcnV Mixture, Yale Mixture, Queen Quality,
Seal of North Carolina, Bull Durham, Little Joker, Cross Cut, Best
Smoke, Lucky Strike, Faust, Brilliant Mixture, Cigarette Papers, in
Pieper Heidsick, Boot Jack, Star, Martin's Navy.
All our tobaccos are fresh and new stock carefully selected to-suit all tastes.
Groceries received by Ncvadan now
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
The Emporium of the Pacific.
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