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SAT URDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1906
Ctish op No Office.
THE MAUI NEWS
MAf I News, Wailuku.
Please notify Candidates for tlio
Legislature that fees arc received
only in Cash or money order.
C. K. BUCK LAND, '
Sept. 27, 1000.
The above wireless probably means
that, some of the candidates, have
tried to send down checks or I. O.
If, it is the latter, no wonder the
Street crossings were laid across
High Street on Tuesday between the
Wailuku Cash Store and the Maui
The contractor has cut an opening
for a window in the concrete jail build
ing. It was found to be much more
tedious than solid rock.
Only 5 cents for the Owl Cigar.
Every time you smoke one you wond
er how so much goodness can be put
'hlo a 5 ( cut smoke. Gur.st-Eaken
Cigar Co., Distributers, Honolulu.
A clecn p of the Circuit Court on
Thursday grunted L. M. Vctleser. the
care and ctn-iody of his minor child
ren. I. -W. BiecUons was his at
The feviidan is in Kahului where
she dclivcicd twe'.ve hur.dred tons of
freight. She will take the last of the
sugar of the season just closed.
The Wailuku Cash Store is greatly
improved in appearance and carries
a much larger and better stuck than
A number of the members of the
Y. M. I. enjoyable a picnic up the
Iao Valley last Sunday. Tommy
Holstein explon d the depths of the
river which pleased the members oT
the party more than it did Tom.
The Wailuku Cash Store carries a
number of mosquito nets already
made and ready for use that arc be
ing sold at the same price that the
netting usually costs.
J. A. Harris the painter has paint
ed the Masonic Temple in Kahului
and has doi.e an excellent piece of
A. Enos is carrying a full line of
choice groceries that are a superior
grade to those heretofore carried in
A very interesting ceremony took
place at the Church of the Good
Shepherd last Sunday morning at
eleven o'clock when several boys were
admitted to full membership in the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
A pleasant literary was held at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Lindsay last Light.
"The First National Bftnk of Wai
luku announcesNHiat chcks drawn on
it for payment in iMuIulu will be
honored without chafge. Thin wili
materially lessen the money order
business or. this island.
Dr. R. II. Dinegar has his tem
porary office in the rooms formerly
occupied by Maples Drug Store where
he may be found until his new offices
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meetiug on Tuesday, Oct.
2nd, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
Tbespiritof improvement seems to
pervade the air and has been ol such
a nature that persons from away
from town are struck by the very
marked improvement in our buildings,
streets and sidewalks. The latest
improvement that is particularly
noticeable is the cement veranda and
stono curbing of the Maui Hotel. It
will add much to the popularity of the
place and be a great improvement to
the street as the corner that was
formerly hard to make is much inside
of the one that was formerly there
and is now rcunded instead of square.
Dr Geo. S. Aiken announces thai
he will be in Puunene on Tuesday and
wili remain a few days after which lie
will be in Kahului. Parties wishing
dental work done should call early.
D. II. Case, W. E. SalTery, W. F.
Kaae, Chas Wilcox, .ind L. M. Bald
win are away on Molokai campaigning
this week. As no better officers
could be found than these gentlemen
it is sale to say that they all would
be elected again whether they went
out cauvassing or uot.
Mi.s. James Kii kland and Mrs. D.
II. Davis i f turned home lust Satur
day. The ladies have been the guests
of Judge and Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai at
their beach house at the fishery in
Kahului and have spent a most enjo.
able week there.
Edmund Hart returned froi.j Hono
lulu last Saturday with his son Edwin
who has been very ill with typhoid
fever. He is improving.
George Weight Jr. is ill at his
home and has been in a precarious
condition. Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai, his
aunt, is assisting in caring for him.
Mis. Ella Austi i was quite ill the
latter part of last week and first of
this week but wos well enought to
return to her school on Mondny.
G. C. Hofgaard has resigned his
position as manager of tiie Kihei
Store and will leave Kihei in a few
Miss Anna Streubeck is spending
a few days in Waihee the guest- of
Miss Anna Christiansen.
W. G. Scott of Paia, returned last
week from a trip back to London.
John Duggan, the contractor made
a flying trip to Maui this week. He
came up Tuesday and returned on
the Clauiline Wednesday.
Dan Quill o! Puunene was in town
James T. Taylor returned from
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Mr. T. Burlem underwent a suc
cessful operation at t lie Malulani
hospital last Saturday. Drs. Wed
dick and Dinegar performed the
operation. The patient is improving.
William Roth, an cmplnyee of the
First National Hank of Hawaii ar
rived on Maui last Saturday and
played some of our tennis champions
at, Puunene. The first game was
played by Ross and Savage against
Krumbaahr and Rosecraus. The
game was won by the former. At
Hamakuapoko a" game was played
between Roth and Krumbaahr and
was won by Roth. The latter game
was played on the court of H. A.
Dan T. Carey, our popular blpck
smith is expected back today. Mr.
Carey ha9 been on a visit to his
mother who resides in Wisconsin.
Mr. James Oneil is still at the Wai
luku Hotel where he is spending his
vacation. He was a former lesident
of Maui and has many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lindsay and
Miss Ormcrod were in town Tuesday
Win. Loughcr Is expected back
today. It is whispered that he is
well we will wait for his confirmation
cf the report before we give the good
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
the linlitwln National Bank of Ka
hului, nt K iluilul in the Ter. of
Hawaii, at the close of bunineKt,
September 4, 1000.
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds to secure
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Banking house, furniture
Due from State Banks
Cheeks and other cash
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5.
Total 4.",8d4 40
Capital stock paid h 4",000 00
Individual deposits subject
to check 50 00
Time certificates of
deposit 804 40
Total 45,854 40
Ter. ot Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, D. C. Lindsay, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement. is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
D. C. LINDSAY.
H. P. B LDW1N )
II. A. BALDWIN Directors
Subscribed and swoi n to before me
this 24th day ot September, l'.tOC.
F. P. ROSECRANS,
i Notary Public.
Notice is hereby given that I have
his day appointed Mr. Levi Joseph
as Poundmaster for the Government
Pound at.Kipahu'.u, Island and Coun
ty f f Maui.
C. S. IIOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department i,f Public Works,
Honolulu. September 18, lflOfi.
ELECTION FOR DELEGATE.
In accordance with the provisions
of an Act of Congress, approved
June 28, lOOti, I hereby give notice
that an election for Delegate to the
House of Representatives of the
United States, to serve during the
Sixtieth Congress, will bo held on
Tuesday, Novemner (i, 11)01!, at such
time and place throughout the Terri
tory as lias been designated by the
Governor for the Election of Senators
and Representatives to the Terri
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Sept. -tuber 10, lOOt!.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES FOR
ELECTION TO TIIE LEGISLA
TURE. Notice is hereby given that, where
is it is required by law that candi
dates ForeUction to the Legislature,
except on the I-liind 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 b necessary
that such nominations be filed in this
office not later than midnight on Sati
urday October (ith, l!10(i.
In order to be eligible to election
as 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 Hawai'an Islands not
less than three years and be qualified
to vote for Senators in the district
from which I e is elected.
In order to bo eligible to election
as a membrr of the House of Reore
sentatives a person shall, at the time
of election, have attained the age of
twenty live years; be a male citizen
of the United Stalesj have resided in
the Hawaiian Islands uot less than
three years; and shall bo qualified to
vote for representees in the district,
from which he is elected.
Each nomination must be accom
panied by a deposit of twenty-live
dollars, and be signed by not less
than twenty five duly qualified elec
tors cf the district for which such
election is to be held.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawa'i.
Executive Building, Honolulu,
' September 10, 1006
Sept. 15, 22, 20.
Notice to Ihe Public is hereby
given that, at the stated meeting of
the Board of Supervisors to bo held
in Wailuku, on Octaber 2nd, l'JOti,
there will come before said Board for
its consideration a proposed ordh
nance relating to the registration,
identification, use and operation of
motor cars; and the examination and
qualifications of Chauffeurs.
A draft of said proposed ordinance
is now subject to inspection during
office 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 Maui.
Sept. l.T, 22, 29.
Independent Candidate for County
Attorney of the Maui County.
Having been requested by a large
number of Electors of this County to
run as an Independent Candidate for
the position of County Attorney, I do
hereby declare that I will stand as
such Independent Candidate and do
hereby solicit the support and vote of
all theElectors of the County of Maui.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Septeni
ber 20th, llKMi.
(Sig) JOHN M. VIVAS.
Sept. 22 -2'J.
Land Foe Sale.
101 2:M0() Acres tillable land.
1 House 20x28
1 " 12x12
1250 Fruit trees all situated in
Nahiku, Maui. Fee simple title. Ad'
dress or call on
AN TONE MENDONCA,
Camp 1, Pjunene,
Breckons was in town for several
days this week on legal business.
If so our new importation, will
please you. Direct from the factory
of duett Peabody & Co., manufac
turers of high grade goods for the
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, $1.25 to $2.50 each.
GOLF SHIRTS, $1.25 to $2.00 each.
All new patterns of exquisite
design as well as the solid colors of
quiet good taste so much worn by
those who appreciate elegance of
Nenstadter Bros. Line:
Negligee Shirts, $1.00 to $2.50 each.
Golf " $1.00 to $2.00 each.
Hough and ready for every day wear
from 85 cts. to $1,00 each.
Others may sell cheaper goods
but for quality we defy competition
at the prices we have made on this
A new line will be placed on our
display counters prices considering
quality are all that you can ask for.
We sell our goods on their merit
and if it comes from us you know it's
a guarantee of quali ty.
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices.