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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1906
The word CIIEMO is, perforated, -in the
wrapper of ovory one of our celebrated
CUEMO 6$ CIGARS. They havo no
bands. Wo will not guarantoo the qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE ,AGENTS :
DIRECT FROM THE BRBWBRY
Paul Jones, Gutter
.-Special delivery cycry hour in JyVailuku.
Write x us
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letropolitan Meat Go.
Corner. Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELLvKNOWN STANDARD RRANDS 'OF
V, WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, (RAINIER ANDI RR1MO
. BOTTLED BEERS.
2 GLASSES 25C
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KIMURA, Pnppnietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to tho right bIiod.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
PAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, Wailuku, Mau
to every smoker.
brand denotes quality
in regards to . your
needs . Send your
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us,ana .you may.-ieei
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or rair treatment
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Telephone Main 143.
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Act wont into effect formed, the
dividing hnr The Territory should
linvo nil of thu taxes which were
duu hi fori then, .nd thu counties
should Imve half of the taxes which
wore due after that.
Thu Com t deeidi-d.-thocaso with
out leaving, the beiHih, after a con
ference which luHUd only a few
monientH. Thu Chief Justico an
nounced that the Court would not
give its reasons for its decision, but
might givo them, in a written opini
on, to bo filed later on. Tho judg
ment appealed from was aiiirmcd.
Auditor Fisher states that he
will immediately make out tho
warrants for half of the delinquent
taxes for all the counties. Each
county will receive half of tho de
linquent taxes collected within it
not only for tho period from July
to Dec. 31 of 15)05, but also for the
six months Gliding Juno HO of. 1906
The delinquent taxes for the latter
period were hold back also ponding
tho decision 'of tho case. Each
County will -receive two separate
checks, ono covering each period.
The amount of taxes to bd divid
cd are as follows:
Oahu $ 35,278.70
Kauai ' 437.10 .
Oahu .f 10,901.95
Tho amounts which thcjjpunties
will rccoivoiarc as follows:
Oahu $ 17,039.38
Total $ 22,723.90
Oahu 9 5,450 57
This makes a total of $29;403.7
for tho two periods, which will
distributed among tho Counties as
Oahu $ 23,089.95
(Continued from page I.)
On Monday. Mr. Bonino was tak
en to Kahului by Mr. Coke and a
number of views taken there. At
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in. s. wuiiams anu every c
shown and ovqry assistance render
ed. Some ofitho finest views werp
taken thc-nvuncluding tho great
mill of thb Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company.
The following day Representa
tive Coelho tdok Mr. Bonino to La
haina, tho former capitol of tho
Territory andthe site of Kameha-
meha's first, (proclamation. Mr.
Bonino was delighted with Lahai
na and saysl. hc got some of the
most beautifulitropical views there.
Mr. W. O.vAiken has dono much
to assist in tho work, taking Mr.
Bonino. to the.crator and showing
him tho sights of East Maui.
Doubtless somd of the moi-t choice
pictures were .secured there.
At this, writing thoy are still
away with every prospect of bring
ing back many pictures that, w,il
bo appreciated, especially n pano
ramic view of Haleakala.
SCIIRAEDER In this cityJ-July 1C,
1900, to Mr. and Mrs. Guorgo
Schraedor, a daughter.
iftlPB. .Wells UntertnliiH.
Mrs. C. B. Wells entertained a
number of hor lady friends 'at her
homo on Thursday aftornoon' at a
party given in honor of Mrs.MlIoapy,
who is spending her vacation wit(i
The lirst prlzn was won by Mrs.
Wrenu. Mrs. Waldeyor won.the booby
prize, -and Mrs.iHeapy tho consolation
prize. A pleasant aftornoon was en
NEAT, REASONABLE AND
MEMORIALS. Artistic in
J. C. AXTELL
JP. O. Box
The oil.stenmcr Argyle is expected
to arrive in Kabului tomorrow with
a full cargo of oil.
There was a match race Monday
nftornoon at Spreckel's Park, Ka
hulul, between Billy Cor.iwell's horso
Huppy Hooligan and Enos' Frank
for a quarter of a mile. Happy
Early Sunday morning tho stcamor
Nebraskan arrived in Kabului. She
has unloaded her cargo of merchan
dise and taken on a full load of eugar.
She will sail for San Francisco to day.
The session of tho Second Circuit
Court has beenextended owing to the
numbor of cases to bo disposed of.
Wailuku has boon visited by a few
light showers of rain which were
verr much needed.
John M. Napulou, postmaster at
Makona, died on tho 12th inst. and
on tho following day was buried at
Waihee. Ho was a strong Republi
can and at ono time was District
Judgp. at Honuaula, Maui.
Last Saturday morning John
Avciro of Kihci died tho result of a
fall from a horso a few days previous.
About 5,500 tons of sugar remain
to bo shipped from Koanapuli before
the sugar season will bo closed at
that Maui port. Tho schooner Aloha
will depart tomorrow for Kaanapall
to load sugar for San Francisco and
tho S. S. Nebraskan will follow her
to Kaanapali after sugar. Follow
ing the Nebraskan tho Novadnn will
also take si gar for San Francisco,
and tho Alaskan will load at Kaana
pan for Delaware Breakwater.
The Kahului Railroad Co. have
completed their now depot at Wni
luku, which for usefulness and ap
pearance compares favorably with
zAy in tho country.
Mr., and Mrs. Joaqum Garcia ox
pect to occupy their now homo next
The firm of E. O. Hall fe Son has
purchased ono half of the entire stock
of thoi Pacific Hardwire Company
and aro in a better position than over
to supply the- wants of, tho public
E. B. McClanahan arrived in town
last Fridav to appear before tho Cir
cult Court as tho attorney for Mrs
Mary King In a land suit instituted
by Antono Pombo against her and
Frank. Sommnrfold. W. F. Crockett
appeared for defondant Sommerfeld
whilo J. M.- Vivas appeared for the
Tho case was presented on ap
agreed statement of facts and was
won by the defendants.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of tho'Good .Shepherd havo decided
to hold r.o more meetings during tho
Wi'E. Russell who h s charge of
the Union Oil Company's oil tanks at
Kahului has boon ill with tonsilitis.
Dr. Dlnegar lias been attonding him
. Mrs. W. A. McKay is,visiting Mrs.
Horner in Lahuina.
Deputy Shoriff Lindsay andWaia
holo accompanied by Howard Mar
tonscn of thoLahaina telophone office
made a .flying trip to town Tuesday,
Manuol do-Rogo drovo them over and
made tho trio in two and ono half
Post Office Inspector Hare was In
town Monday and Tuesday looking
after the ndst offico hero' and other
places on the Island.
Brothors Andrew. Claronco and
Charles of St. Louis College; Honolu
!u arrived in Wailuku last Saturday
and will spend a few weeks at tho St
Anthnnv's School. Thov exnect to
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make atrip to Haleakala crater.
Design. Durable as Time.
Rov. Fathcir Valentin, of tho Cath
olic Mission at Honolulu, arrived in
Wailuku last Saturday morning and
roturnod to Honolulu Wednesdav
afternoon by tho Claudino.
Brothers Frauk and Leonard of tho
St. Anthony's School of Wailuku re
turned last Saturday morning by the
Claudine from Honolulu, where they
have been for a fortnight.
C. A. Simpson of Honolulu, brother
of Alfred M. Simpson, catchor of tho
Kahului baseball team, is spending a
vacation In this town.
During tho absence of Postmaster
Votlesen in Honolulu, Ben Lyons has
acted as the Postmaster in his stoad.
Mr. J. W. L. MarshaM roturned to
Mnui by tho last Claudine.
Attorney J. L. Coko and County
Engineer Hugh Howell aro both back
Miss Zolic Rogers and Miss AVTrong
nre on Hawaii visiting Mrs. W. II.
C. Campbell. The ladies will remain
awaj' during tho vacation and will
spend some time at, tho volcano.
Ktilmlu! 'Phone ECIioch.
The invitations gotten out by tho
Maui News for tho Kahului Ladies'
Auxilliary wero complimented highly
by those receiving them.
We are glad to see Mr. Filler about
town again after his severe illness
Mr. Filler is going to take a trip on
the next Nebraskan, and wo hopo to
see him ruturn in tho best of health,
Invitations aro coming into Kahu
lui for a dance to be given at tho
Seminary next Saturday evening.
Mr. H. E. Cogswell received the
boy of cii ars from the Kahului La
dies' Auxillia-v for bring the most
p( pular man i i Kahului.
Mrs. J. W. Wrenn. President of
the Ladies' Auxilliary and Chairman
of tho Entertainment Committee of
Saturday evening, wishes to publicly
thank each and all who helped to
make tho dinner and dance tho sue
cess it was. Mrs. Wrenn has been
at tho head !of committees in other
cities, but sho savs she can most
surely say she never had people 'res
pond so gracefully and generously
than here on -Maui. Especially she
mentions tho Kahului Railroad, Kr,
hului Store and tho Maui News.
Tho J.uly meeting of the Makawao
Literary Society took place' at the
Paia homo of Dr. and Mrs. W. F
McCcukov. last Friday ovoning, the
In spite of rainy weather in tho
unner part of the district thero was
a large attendance ofpeoplofrom the
surrounding yillnges. v
Tho following program mostly of a
musical nature was most enjoyable
1. Piano Solo Miss Gladys Saboy
2; Duet Miss Mary Reed
Mr. J, A. Reed
3. " Solo Rev. B. V. Bazata
4. Reading Mrs. W. D. Lowell
5. Duct Madamcs II. A. Baldwin
Dora von Tompsky
(5. Duet Mrs. W. S, Nichol
Mr. D. T. Fleming
7. Piano Solo Scotch Selections
Miss Mary Roid
After the tinish of tho .program
there was a peanut rac5 and
prize was given to tho winner of it
The Ropublican Precinct Club
held a meeting on the oveifing of
tho 13lh. inst., ar.d tho following
members wrro unanimously elncted
as olllcers for the next two years.
Rov. S. Kap'i, Presideut; Hon. P
Pali, 1st Vice Prcsident; C. B. Cock
ott; 2nd Vice President; Wm. Kalua
klni, ' Secretary; Wm. Ilenuing
Treasurer; D. Kalei Kahaulollo, H.
SAFES. Tho Best, Made
Bot. King and Hotel Sts.
Dickenson, Kaleiaka, Judges of Eloc
tion; Wm. Honning, Chairman, Edw.
Waiaholo, Chas. K. Farderi, C. R.
Lindsay, Geoi H. Dunn, Exocutivo
There wore about 185 members of
tho party present and ovorybody was
Unanimous in the selection of tho
above slato and tho secretary was
instructed to cast tho ballot. "Tho
meeting adjourned amid great ap
plause. Mr. Crockett, Deputy County At
tornoy and Hugh M. Coko wore call
ers during tho week.
Dr.and Mrs. St. Sure wore visitors.
Tho doctor and his wifo (eft for 'Molo-
kailast week-whore ho,will locato as
Hon. I. P. Bnldwiu'came toLaha-
ina Saturday to take thoLik'elike for
Honolulu, on urgent business.'
Sam E. Kalama, tho. Republican
campaign manager, is. hero at pres
ent looking afier tho lntepess of the
Ex Queon Liliuoknlani .was hero
last week and sho was royally enter
taincd with a luau and dance Friday.
She took the Kniau lor Honolulu.
Mrs. Alulinnd'a number of lady
friends were sighl-seers during tho
early part ol the weok.
Miss Rose Davison of Honolulu Is
hero with the Hose's on a short visit.
Mr. Bonine and Honorable' W. J.
Coelho were over with their moving
picture machiuo. Ihoy took numerous
viows,amongst the principal of which
was a moving picture of pol making.
This was taken at Lahainaluua, the
subjects being 4 students, and it dis
plays tho process from start to finish.
Kuaiwa, theLahaina hero,. also posed
before the camera.
- Mr. Honinc claims that outside of
Honolulu ho has secured somo of his
best views here in Lanaina.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
nud nt l'nin and Ilauinknapoko on
Wednesdays at lqwcst prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONSBUTTER, EGOS
pniM TRV. RimKi inp. Pins popm " tTP -T
Telephone Orders to
A.. H. Landgraf,
I'RorRlUTOR KAHLUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. IG6 Makawao fo
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111 m m r-k I
Tr k vie
1 1-UY10 UIH
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rnoNE no 1.
Nothing but tho best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO1
25c 2 Glasses 25(5
Island Sporting People
T.B. LYONS, PF.p