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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J, I 906
The word CUEMO is perforated in iho
wrapper of every one of our celebrated
OilEMO 6 s CIGARS. They have no
bands. Wo will not guarantee tiie qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important to every smoker.
H. Hackfeld & Co
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Sunday at Kilohaua Park fi return
match wps played between tlic Na-
Is and the Litmus. A very laro
and enthusiastic crowd was present
and the hois of both teams certainly
delivered as five a yaine of ball as
has ever leoa uitr.ested at Lnbainn.
The Lilians were the happy victors
vith a score of 8 to 7. After the
ame thn fans repaired to Supervls
01 Ilonnlng's new home adjourt.ln
the baseball park and partook of a
sumptuous luau, music being furnish
ed by the Win White Jr., Quintetl.
.It seemed as though the whole of
Lahaina turned out to witness the
festivities, tables bolnr set live times
with an average of sixty pooplo nt
each siUIni'. After the luau a Tuir
of War between two local teams took
place. This promises to be the latest
fad live teams are now in the Held
anda cries of pills will soon bo
limit fvi between tlu liferent teams
(or a trophy.
Next Sunday a fame of ball be
tween the Road Board and tho
Lilians will be pulled oil at Kiloluina
L'urk. there is a ureal, deal of riva
lry between these two teams and the
game will prove to bo the most excit
ing of this season. The winners will
have to go to Molokai and play the
Molokai team the following Sunday.
The peaceful Lahaina Republican
held their meeting for the nomination
of County and Territorial Delegates
last Friday Evening and the follow
ing slates were unamuoosly adopted.
Territorial: Geo. Dunn, 0. B.
Cnckett, Pia Kauhane. County and
District Convention:-Win. Henning,
Hob Llndt-ay, Rev. Kapu. Win. Ka
luakini, Afred Mi.i, Mnnulu, A. Ma
liekau, Kalei Kahuulelio, Ex-Judge
Kaliaulelio. Win. Kaaheiiui, II. Ma
kekau, Alfred Ilayselden, Chas. Ear
den and M. Peslana.
The Pioneer Hotel had its sliaie of
tourist travel during the wetk
Eight couples stayed at this popular
h'oslrlr.y during the week.
The Home Rule, convention will
moot in Lahaina on Saturday, Sept.
1st, 190G according to notices being
posted throughout the district.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in . regards to your
Leather needs. Send
;V fi$Xfr Hides to us and you may feel
TW t certain of fair treatment.
HONOLULU, T. 11.
Telephone Main 143.
Corner Market and Main Sts.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS. CORDIALS,
Mft AND PR,'
25C 2 GLASSES -25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
When you want your carriage repaired to hist
bring it to tho right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITUING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Alain St. near Market,
Continued from pone lA
vessel from any sliiftintr. and tho
Restorer and Manning have lines
on her ready to pull should tho
veatlicillireaten to drive her deep
er into the sand and corni.
ti.... .j ii ...
i rneucany everything that can
bo done to ensure tho further safe
ly ot the ship has been done and
there is nothing now to do but to
patiently await the arrival of
Captain Metcalf and to hope for
fair weather until the expert has
Everything has been arranged
for (he, acquainting of Captain
Metealf witli the fullest details of
the situation as soon as he arrives,
and for taking him and the appa
ratus he is bringing to the scene Hi
operations as speedily as possible,
1 lie 1'ioneer ar.d her tuir. tho Fein
less, will be ready to null alone
sulo the Ventura and receive tho
heavy anchors and other gear and
transport them to the Manchuria,
while tho outline of tiio steamer's
position and tli3 conditions of the
reefs and currents about her will
be gone over with Metcalf before
tiio automobile which will take
him overland to his work is brought
Contrary to expectations, the
export is bringing comparative!'
little witli him in tho way of tackle.
inree anchors, two of seven tons
and of five, witli 00 fathoms of
heavy chain, some heavy ninnila
hawser anil a small amount of
of other tackle, is his whole equip
It is possible that extra nnllintr
power will bo obtained from the
dredger Pacific, which has been
chartered by" tho agents to assist
the Restorer and tho Mnnninir
should flic be necessary. Her char
ter does not include any work in
tho way of elregiiig.
Just what Captain Mulcalf will
do it is impossible to say until ho
arrives on tho sconi and size up
the situation for himself. He will
bo in cupremo command and will
follow out his own plans. aHliouirli
just what they will bo aro not
known. Probab) v ho lias not vr.t
linisolf decided tho oxaot methods
ho will adopt in njsoiiini: the
Column Sohwnrtz of Honolulu is
rcgistrcd .it tho Maui Hotel.
Win. Horace Day of Los Angeles
is making a tour of Ihe islands. He
and his party consisting of the Misses
Clark and Ric.iard N. Bachelder of
Menlo Park California were at lb?
Maul Hotel this week. They drove
up the ho Valley this week and have
enjoyed a pleasant outing.
J?'. H. Hicks of Evnnsville Illinois
is at the Maui Hotel.
Insurance agent Portcus made
Maui a business cill this week.
D. L. Austin of the hardware firm
of E. O. Hall lias been on Maui some
time in the interest of his firm.
U. S. Mail inspector Hare was in
Wailuku this week.
David Haughes of the Government
nurhery nns been on Maui for some
J. P. Cooke was a returning pas
.senger to Honolulu from Kahului.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Cooke
and the children. . All returned look
ing well and witli glowinjr checks
duo to the bracing air of Olinda.
Mrs. C. E. Copeland returned from
Honolulu last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Christie soon leave
Maui for Nsw Mexico where Mr.
Christio will superintend the con
stuction of a mill there that i is beiiij
built by the Mllikan Brothers.
Mrs. F. Sommerfeld has gone on r
trip to Honolulu for a short visit she
will then visit relatives on Molokai.
wrs. rnnioKu wailama was a pas
segcr to Honolulu this week from
Miss Birdie Recce and Miss Trend
way left this week for Honolulu aflei
spending the summer vacation in
Wailuku. .They return to school
Miss Taplin, was a passenger to
Honolulu by the last Claudir.e. She
has been a guest i.f Mrs. D.i'e of
Puunene and has made many friends
while there. She is an nccomulkhod
musician and her voice has been much
admired by all who have' heard her
E. M. Thompson, foremun of the
Herald olliee is on Maui this week on
his w-y to Honolulu where he will
accept a position with the Advor
Watluku Jail. The building will be
comnloted in about two months un
less tho Department, of Public Works
Insists on tho uso of mnterials that
cannot bo had in tho Tnrritoiy.
C. M. Lovesled is again on Maul
looking for orders for Gregg & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Fernandez of Hono
lulu, Mr. and Mrs. Garcta and. Mi
and Mrs. linos, ot Wailuku, Miss
Franca and Miss Mary Perry of flo
noiulu, R. A. Drummoud and R
Silua spent the latter part of last
week oirtho top of Halcn'kala. They
had a very pleasant trip.
Cornwell mul Goodness Out.
11. Purdy came up with Henrv De
Fries of Honolulu and will act as the
foreman for Mr. De Fries in the coin
pletion of tho inner tmrtinn nf tin.
Supervisor Cornw 11 hns sent
in to tho Central Co.nmittee of the
Home Rule Party his withdrawal
from the nomination as supervisor
lor tne waiiuuu District so we aro
informed by Peruvia Goodness and
Pcruvia Goodness has also with
The action on tho part of these two
candidates was due to the aelvorse
criticism from the party members
since tire nominations rcceutiy held
and means that the party has split
in this district so badly that it will
not heal for somo time to come.
Cornwell was undoubtedly the
strongest man in the party and
.Goodness was a close second. Good
noss has aspired to tho ollico ;,of
Deputy Sheriff of tho District for a
long time and lias worked hard for
tho nomination and witli Cornwells
assisttnco secured it by a vote of
(ifteeu to three. Thomas Clark the
defeated candidate appealed to his
Waihee friends and made the situa
tion so disagreeable for Goodness
that he withdrew and as Cjinwcll
had been criticised too lie also witli
drew from the race.
It is probable that Clark will now
be nominated and some one will be
secured for the vacancy caused hv
the withdrawal nf Cornwell.
Who tin? person will be is as vet
not dolinitely seetled but rumor has
it that it will be Pia Cocicett but. we
are hot advised as yet as to whether
or not he will accept".
I hereby announce myself as a dan
dldatc for tho officii of
for the District of Wailuku, subject
to the action of tho,Repnblic County
I hereby annevjncii my candidacy
for the Republican nomination for
for tho District of Wailuku, subject
to tho action of tho Republican Coun
Curd of Thanks. ..
Sister Holono wishes to cxnrrss.
on behalf of tho Sisters of Charity at
tho Malulanl Hospital thoir thanks
to the Wailuku Minstrels and to thn
public in general for tho horse and
buggy that were recently presented
Tickets for tho Catholic Ladies Aid
Society fair and concert are now to
be had and arc selling fast. Get your
Services at Island Churches
Cntmcii Of Hoi.r lNf,oci'.NTti, Lahaina
Canon A. II. Woymouth, Hector.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Moraine scrvtco 11:00
A. M, Evening Prayer, 4:30 IV M. During Ad
vent and Lenteu season syecial weoli day sor-vtcos.
Kaaiiuma.nu ciitmcit, Waimjku
Iter. J. Nun, 1'astor.
Sunday scliool. 0:30 A. M. Mnrnlnu
A.Af V n a n i.. m.
. . i. ' ' y' a-, xu. 10 ti:iM i
8:110 I M. Uovlval mootlnt3:m l. M. ah
PonTeOUESK pllOTESrAST llislnwr..
M. G. Santos. nvnuRcllst. S. School lO.a. m
'2?V.0M1,Sc!l1,l,B.l, ,n' V'Wr Meeting
7-.ui.ai., f,. Schoolutllamalfuapoliiintai'.m.
Onliii on the Mnp.
Some months ngo our valued con
temporary thu Advertiser discovored
that kahului is now on tho man.
From recent developments it seems
to us that the authorities at Wash
iugton should put Oahu on tho map
as it would inevent a repetition of
such disasters as the strandinir of
the Manchuria and the U. S. Armv
Trans: ort Sheridan.
mmm me9 mmm
Do you know that
Itov. ,S. ICapu, l'astor. "
Sunday school, 0:.HJ A. II. Morning servlro
11:00 A. M. Y. 1. S. C. K. at 1:00 r. M. Wed
nesday altcrnoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:30 V. M.
l'liursday leruoou, Wonion's Mcotmg, 3:301'.
M. Friday afternoon, Cholrltehenrsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Uatiiomc chuiicii, Laiiaika.
Kev, Father Oliver.
First XInss, week days (1:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. lleuedlctlon 2:30 p. m.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 1'. M. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
nt S P. M. Saltation meeting at 8 P. M.
FOIIKldN PltOTKSTANT OHUItCII.
11. V. Itizata, Pastor. '
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Piiblle Worship nt ii;ui a. M.
unio.v ciiunoir, wailuku.
Hov. Rowland 11. Uod. l'.itnr
Scrvlen as usual at 7 St) I". Jl.
W yds. Calico?
IT yds. Print ?
12 yds. Gingham?
From 10 to 20 yds.
More than you can got olscwhorc? Have you scon
our windows? Have you?
WAILUKU CASH STORE
The Kahului Railroad Co,
hereby gives notice that
special trains will be run
every Saturday from Ka
hului to Paia, Wailuku and
Puunene immediately after
the landing of the passen
gers from the S. S. Cfaudfne.
TiiRCiiimei! opTnr. (loon Siiki-iiehu "
Uov, Canon Ault, Iteclor..
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4lli. stli Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd Sunday at II A. M. Matins & Sermon
at II A. M. Children's service, 1st Sunday at 2
P. M. Hvcnsong and Sermon at Puunene, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. D.illv
Matins at 7:30.
St. Anthony's Ciidrcii, Waimikit
Si' 'day Service. Communion, 6;00 A. M.CIUId
ren's .lass. 8:30 A. m. in.in...n i
Second Mass, 10:00 A.M. Sermon In Hawaiian
and Portuguese After Mass. IJencdlctlon. iv.41
A. M., liosery and Instruction for natives' wcelt'
days Mass 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
weoli:-CommuuIon at 0: A. M. Mass at 0 00 A
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F RES IT CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, Wailuku.
II. OKAMURA, Propritor.
BISJ1IARK STABLES CO.Ud'
and SALES STAT5LES
The BISMARK STABLES
ip poses to run tho Lkadinq Liveuy
Staiilt; Diisiness on MAUI
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