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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS-
Mr. At. Vie'na, an expert barber,
who tins? hoer. in the employ of the
silent Barber Shop in Honolulu for a
loiitf timet piis', will open a new bar
ber stiop in Wuiluku In the beginning
A new independent political weekly
will in the near future be started ni
Honolulu by V. F. Salmi, who has
been on the Uullelin staff for the past
In acei rdaiu-e with a law recently
passed by Conj,'re?s there will brs no
more priz lights in the Territory of
The members of the Portuguese
Republican Club of Wuiluku i istnet
are herely notified that a meeting
will be held on Sunday, Sept. 30, at
11 a. m. in llnbiuson Hal, Wailuku.
The Alasomc Temple in Kahului, is
rapidly neatiug completion. It has
been painted and already presents a
very handsome appea ance.
The freight I'fiice of the Kahului
Railroad Company ha been moved
into new quarters. The new offices
are nunl. neuter than the oh! ones.
Tiie old depot of Wailuku has been
torn down and much of the lumber
The curbing and dirt filing for the
new sidewalk on lower Main Street is
completed and the laying of concrete
will soon begin.
The Kahului Railroad is building a
large warehouse acrcsH tie st'-cet
from the new Masonic T. mple.
The bruki'waler f Kahulu' has
already made suet, a vast difference
in the harb'ir that the boats lie as
stillnow as Miey would in a mill pond.
All of the stock of the Maui Steam
Laundry has been subscribed for and
the company will order machinery
soon. It is the purpose of the pre
sent slock holders to allow any one
who may wish stock to h a ve the same
free of any premium.
Airs. Mary Sylva of Lahaina is
visiting tier daughter Airs. V. If.
The Baldwin National Bank of
Kahului will be open for business on
or about October 1st.
John V. Kalua, the Home Rule
Nominee for County Sheriff, has sign
ed the nominating papers for all of
the county officers who are running
on the Republican ticket. The infer
ence is that the Maui Wine & Liquor
Company carries a good brand.
Dr: Geo. S. Aiken announces that
lie will be in Kahului the first part of
October for a few days only and from
there will go to Puunene, for the
rest of the week.
W. E. Bal is building a residence
on one of his lots on Vineyard street,
It will be occupied by J. Al. Vivas.
A pleasant picnic was enjoyed up
Iao Valley last Sunday by Mr. and
Mrs. Waldeyer, Air. and Airs. W. A.
AlcKay, Air. and Airs. D. II. Davis,
Mr. and tAlrs. Jaires Kirkland and
Mr. and Airs. Hugh AI. Coke. The
party drove to the second crossing
and then walked up he volley over
the new road after which they all sat
down to an excellent lunch prepared
in part by each of the ladies.
Several membors of the Wailuku
pGun Club went a hunting trip to
Makamakaole recently and after a
hard days hunt came back with one
bird and the dog cought that. The
News mau wasnt along which pro
bably accounts for the small amount
of game brought back.
Dr. Dine&ar has a new auto which
he has recently purchased.
Notice is hereby given that, as the
guardian of Amorette CummingR,
Hannah Cummings, Rose Commings,
Thomas Cummings, William Cumin
ings, Tarker Cummings, Weils Cumm
ings and Ogg Cummings, minor child-
en of Thomas Cummings, deceased,
and under and by virture of an order
granted by the Honorable A. N. Ke
poikai, Judge of the Ciicuit Court of
the Second Judicial Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, licensing me to fell cer
tain property belonging to said
minors, I shall, on Saturday, the Cth
day of October, 1906, at twelve
o'clock noon, at the front entrance
to the Courthouse, in Wailuku, Coun
ty of Alaui sell, at public auction, all
of the tight, title and interest of sail
minors, in and to the following des
"All that certain lot of land situate
at Koloa, WViluku, Island of Alaui.
and more particularly described at
follows: Begin on the North Angle
of this lot at an iron pin just- S. 19 E.
50.7 feet from a cross cut in line of
iniikai church reinent wall and runn
ing S. 871 deg. W". 143 feet along
fence of road leading to the manager's
hoise to iron pin. S. 11 deg. E. 150
feet nlong Wailuku Sugar Company.
N. 871 di'g. E. 145 feet along by
south side of ditch to Government
road to a pin just 4 feet fn in Ohai
tree. N. 14 de g. W. 150 feet along
Waikap.1. Government road to the
initial point. Containing 50-100 acre.''
All persons interested in said pro
perty have consented to 'a sale of
their respective Interests at the
lii'ne, place and hour hereinabove
designated, and will join in the cxe
cution and delivery of a deed convey
ing the same. Sale to be made tub -
jeet to confirmation of Court.
For further i articulars apply to
C. B. Wells, or D. H. Cae, Wailuku,
C. 15. WELLS,
Guardian of the property of said
Sept. 22, 2!l, Oct.C.
Maul Hotel's New Manager.
Mrs. Al. AlcCann has resigned as
manager of the Alaui Hotel and
Frank A. Alaylield has accepted the
position and will take charge on the
first day of October. Mr. Alayfield
has had considerable experience in
hotel management on the coast and
will di ubtless dn well here in Wailuku
as ho has a host of friends on the is
lands and is one of the most accomod
aling and popular young men in the
The people of Wailuku and the
trave.i.ig public will be pleased to
know of Air. Maylield's decision to
come to WailuKu.
Air. Waldeyer is having consider
able improvements made on the hotel
and will muko the place all the more
pleasant tor the increasing travel.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIE
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Alattor of the Estate cf J.
HALUALANI, late of Kipahulu,
Notice is hereby given ttiat the
undersigned wis on the b'tti day of
September 11)06 by order of the
Honorable A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of
i ho Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, duly appointed Admin strator
of tho Estate of J. Ualualani, late of
Kipahulu, Alaui, deceased.
All persons liaving claims against
said Estate or said deceased are
hereby notified to present the same,
duly authenticated with the proper
vouchers if any exist, even if secured
by mortagage on real estate, to the
undersigned at his residence at Kau
po, Alaui, within six (G) months from
the date of this notice, said date be
ing the date of the first publication
thereof, otherwise all such claims not
so presented will be forever barred.
September 21, 1906.
J. L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Sept. 22, 29. Oct. 6, 13.
To the President, Alembers of the
Catholic Ladies' Aid Society of WTai
luku, and Friends.
A CARD OF THANKS.
The Brothers of St. Anthony's
School, Wailuku, Alaui, desire hereby
to express their sincere and heart
felt thanks to the Catholic Ladies'
Aid Society and alt their other de
voted friends for their generous and
kindly heroic efforts in ra'sing iunds
for the erection of a new teachers'
Such unselfish good f. cling on the
part of the general public is calculat
ed to inspire the teachers with great
er zeal in the discharge of their
functions as educators, and it is but
reasonable to suppose ttiat with in
creased accomodations and facilities
the teachers' endeavor in the noble
cause of education will be attended
with better success.
Maj the Lo'-d reward every gener
ous giver a thousandfold.
Wailuku, Alaui, September 17, 1906.
Ti, iii-nni-iLiniin Willi 1 lio nrtv i t !nn.
.....-.... . ...... v... ,..v,....,
of an Act of Congees, approved
June 2S, 1906. I hereby give notice
lhal an election lor ueiegate 10 me
House oi neprcseniauves oi me
fTnitpfl Rt.ntn. t.n nl'l'p fluriniy tlip
Sixtieth Congress, will bo held on
I uesd 'y, .November u, r.iui, at sum
tit-tin ntt.l lilnnn t li ivtll I r in m f. It n Tpt'l'i
frti-v no line Komi link! r li 't t nrl hu tlin
Governor for the Election of Senators
and ttepresentalives to ttie lerri
torial Legislat urt .
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Scprpl.irv of fTniv.aii
non.muu, ciepi' moer m, rjim
ELECTION FOR DELEGATE.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES FOR
ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATURE.
Notice is hereby given that, where
us it is required bv law that candi
dates for eltction to the Legislature,
except on the Lland of Oahu, shall
deposit their nominations with the
Secretary of the territory not less
than thirty days before the day of a
general election, it will be necessary
that such nominations be filed in this
ollice not later than midnight on Sat.
unlay October 6th, 1906.
In order to he eligible to election
is a Senator a person shall be a male
citizen of the United States; have at
tained the age of thirty years; have
resided in the Iiawai an Islands not
less than three years and be qualified
to vote for Senators m the district
from which le is elected.
In order to be eligible to election
as a member of the House of Reure
sentatives a person shall, at the time
of election, have attained the age of
t wenty five years; be a male citizen
of th" United Stales; have lesided in
the Hawaiian Islands not less than
three years; and shall be qualified to
votp for representees in tire district
from which he is elected.
Each nomination must be accom
pnnied by a deposit, of twenty-live
dollars, and be signed by not less
than twenty five du v qualified clce
lots of the district for which such
election is to be held.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Ilawa'i.
Executive Building, Honolulu,
September 10, 1906
Sept. 15, 22,29.
Notice to tlio Public is hereby
given that, at the stated meeting of
the Board of Supervisors to be held
in Wailuku, on Oct.ibcr 2nd, 1906,
there will come before said Board for
its consideration a proposed ordi
nance relating to the registration,
identification, use ai:d operation of
motor cars; and the examination and
qualifications of Chauffeurs.
A draft of said proposed ordinance
is now subject to inspection during
oflico hours at the office of the Coun
ty Clerk in Wailuku, and a hearing
concerning the various provisions
contained in same will be accorded
by the Board to all interested therein,
on Wednesday October 3rd, at 2 P.
Wm. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supei visors
for the County of Alaui.
Sept. 15, 22, 29.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRC1UT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chr.mbers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
WALTER H. PICKETT, late of
Puunene, Alaui, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the undersigned was,
on the 4th day of September A. 1).
1906, di.l appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Walter fl. Pickett,
deceased, and that Letters of Admi
nistration have been issued to the
All creditors of said Walter H
Pickett deceased, and of said Estate,
are hereby notified to present their
claims duly authenticated, with the
proper vouchers if any exist, even if
the claim is secured by mortgage on
real estcte, to the undersigned at his
ollice at Kailya, Maui, or to James
L. Coke, attorney for said estate at
his law office at Wailuku, Maui, T.
II., within six (6) months from the
date of this notice, said date being
the date of the first publication of
said notice, otherwise such claims if
any, will bo forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, this 15lh day of
September, A. D. 1906.
Wm. F. POGUE,
Administrator of tho Estate of
Walter H. Pickett, deceased.
James L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Sept. 15, 22, 29. Oct. 6, 13.
From Sept. 24 to 29 Inclusive
- -' T ' If'
DO YOU KNOW that-our Japanese buyer lias just returned
direct from Japan and we are in receipt o( some entirely new and unique pat
terns in fancy Crepe Kimono Cloths?
That we will ofl'er this week a few pieces in 12-yd. lots at the following prices:
$12.00 Line for 8.40. 10.00 Line for $8.25.
0.00 " " 7.08. 8.00 " " 7.25.
In connection with the above we are showing a splendid line of Bourettcs
in brass and shell and in inlaid pearl and shell, absolutely 50(" value, for 20 and"
Also ornamental Hair Tins the neatest and nicest little present you can
make either for birthday wedding or Christmas. Sure 1.00 value for 45c.
Laqucred brass bound Back and Side Combs, Tortoise Shell, in sets of three,
1.50 value for 75c per set.
These goods are all brand new anil just received direct from Japan and can
not be duplicated this season.
We have only a few, and in order to secure these bargains we advise you
to come early as we feel sure they will go in a week's time.
We will also slaughter our Lace and Embroidery stock. Laces and Inser
tions from 2c to 25c. Embroidery and Insertions from 5c to 35c.
Everything in our Dry goods Department has been greatly reduced in price.
Remember the discount also.
The prices we are now quoting will pre
vail until Sept. 29th, only.
A new shipment has been opened.
Chiffoniers from 15.00 up
Iron Reds " 5.00 "
Dining Room chairs 1.50 up
Rockers from $2.00 up
Tables " 1.50 "
Bureaus from 12.50 up
Wooden Beds from 5.00 up.
Bed Room chairs from $1.00 up.
Willow Rockers " 5.00 "
Dining Room Tables 7.50 "
Ten feet extension Dining Room Tables, solid Oak, $22.50 Greatest bargain
we have ever offered in the furniture line.
A new assortment of wall paper over one hundred patterns of tho latest de
signs direct from the factory, price 10c per roll and upwards.
Special lot of art squares at special prices.
Ostermoor 2 piece mattresses at the
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
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