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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
TKItRITOHt At OFFICIALS
Hon. A N. Kcpolknl, Olrffult IucIrb, WntluKU
Kclmunrt II. Hurt. Cli-rli Circuit Court. Wnlluku
JiiOKe W. A. Mi-Kny Ulst MunlRtrate, Wnlluku
" J. Knranl " " I.ahninft
ChH. Coup, " Makawuo
Kumiknu. " Honuitultt
" J. Knlnmii, " ' Huns
" Plliimm. " " Klpiihula
" Knhnohnliilnvln, 1 Lnnihl
W. T. Uolilnsun, Tbx Avwssnr , Wailuku
J. N. K. Kooln, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tnvitrcs Vnia
O.Punn, ' Lahalnn
M. H. lloutnr, " " Huns
Wm. Honnlnp, Supervisor, Clinirrann Lnhnlnn
W. H. Corn writ
T. M. Churrli.
J. II. Ilnlunliml,
T. T. Mnyora,
IJ. H. Case,
W. F. CltOCKF.TT
I. M. Unlilwln,
W. F. Kane,
T. Cliirk, Deputy Sheriff
C. II. Llnilsny, "
Kriynr Morton, " "
F. VVIttrock, "
J. H. Mahoe, ' "
Deputy County Attorney.
Sheriffs Clork Wnlluku
Register or lose your vote.
All prior registrations arc null
Got a tliiihl? The most del'trM.
ful tliirst (jiifiiclier is I'rimo lloer.
A single liiiil will prove it.
The Owl 5 pi'iit. ciijar grows mnro
popular every vcar. Try it, if you
nri not ti'ifmly one of its admirers.
Giinst-Eukiii Cisjar. DiHtribulors,
Miss Clara Vi. Strong of Chicago,
111. ha9 an ivetl to take up the Kiniler
garten work at the Alexander Social
Settlement House. Miss Strong has
had nine years experience and comes
to us most highly recommended.
A Porto Rican named Francisco
Pacheco fatally stc bbed Rodrigues,
a fellow countryman, at a dance at
Kckahti, Kauai, on Sunday. Death
ensued in ten minutes. The same day
a Porto Rican was drowned near
Waimea bridge, on the same island.
Wm. White's nomination petition,
asking him to run for Senator for
Maui on the Homo Rule ticket, de
scribes him as-"safe, sane and con
Read llio new ad of the Maui Wine
& Liquor Co. They are Felling wines
and liquors at a lower figure than
W. E. Shaw of the Nahiku Rubber
Co. left f3r Cuba Wednesday on his
second tour of investigation.
The Kindergarten will open at the
Alexander Social Settlement House
on Monday morning Oct. 8, hours 9 to
11 :30. All children from 4 to 6 years
of age will be gladly received.
Dan T. Carey returned home last
Friday night from a two months trip'
back to Wisconsin to see his aged
Mother, whom he had not seen for
twenty years. He enjoyed a most
Miss Nora Towner of San Jose, Call'
fornia, head worker of the Alexander
Social Settlement House has nrrived,
and taken up her residence at the
Alexander Home, acd.will begin her
work Oct. 8.
A heavy rain visited Maui Thurs
day laying the dust and greatly
benefiting the grass.
. Politics are agitating the minds of
many just now but there seems to be
less interest than usual.
A. Dorba hes put in a new veranda
in front ot . his business block on
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken announces that
be will be in Kahului on professional
business next Tuesday Sept. 9th. (hi
Sept. 13th be will go to liana and
will remain there about ton davs.
More Improvements In Wailuku.
Mr. James Dougherty represent
ing rbF. Wichman will hi- in Laliai
na this week and next until the 9th
instant. He has met with much suc
cess in his canva of Maui.
W. S. Miss and two children were
registered at the Maui Hotel this
H. A. Raid win, manager of the
Haiku Sugar Company, was in town
G. C. Hofgaard has resigned his
position as manager of the Kihei
store and is in town for a few
Miss Gertrude McCanti has
it impossible to get a place to
and room in Kihei but has a
and rides the fourteen miles
trip e&eh day. We need more leucn
ors i f her nature.
Theo. E. Martin of San Francisco
is in town on business.
R. C. Seaile of Ilonolua Ranch was
in town Monday evening to assist in
initiating Supervisor Hot ning in the
mysteries of Free Masoi.ry.
George Fi. Dunn of Laliaina was in
town Monday and attended Iheinitia
tion at ths Masonic meeting.
W. 3. Shoemaker lias returned
Ft oni a short trip to California.
Manager and Mrs. C. 1$. Wells re
turned home last Saturday, Mrs.
Wells has been in Honolulu some
weeks and Mr. Wells has made a fly
ing business trip to San Francisco.
Ira Wells ha been'very ill in San
Francisco, suffering with blood poison
but is now out of danger.
Hear in mind that the Registration
Hoard will close in the 9th inst. If
you do not register, you cannot vote.
Mrs. Augustine Enos departed by
riiurstlay night's Mauna Loa for Ho
n jlulu where she will pend a couple
John Freilas, blacksmith for the
K. R. R. Co., returned last week from
his trip to Japan. John went there
four months ago in search of health
and has returned thoroughly recuper
ated. He has again resumed his
duties at the Railroad shop.
Death of Old Portuguese Resident.
After suffering for twenty-one days
with dysentery J. S. Medeiros, Sr.
of Kaupakalua, Maui, passed away.
The deceased was 76 years old and
had been an old resident of Maui.
He came to the these Islands with
his family, from the Azores in 1881,
and has continuously resided on this
island since. All over Makawao he
was esteemed by all those that came
to know him and many Portuguese,
both old and young, sought his advice
on various matters and his words
were generally fcllowed.
He leaves a widow and seven chil
dren, among whom are the following.
M. S. Medeiros. luna H. C. & S. Co.,
J. S. ftledeiroH, Jr. employed in the
Puunene office of H. C. & S. Co., A.
Medeiros, school teacher ai Kau
pakalua, Mrs. Frank Correa of Kula,
Mrs. J. do Rego, and Mrs. J. Costa
of Spreckelsville, and Mrs. M. Cabral,
who is now in the Azores. Ho was
married fifty years.
His funeral was attended, by a
large concourse of friends, a great
number of whom followed the hearse
on foot to the Cat'.olic Cemetery at
Makawao, where his remains were
laid at lest. Rev. Father Justin
A Club Meeting.
Judging from the recent improve
ments, both public and private, that
have been made in Wailuku, we are
certainly having bocin times. Plans
have been made out and work has
already started -on the renovating
and refurnishing of A. Enos' estab
lishment, the rioneer store of Wai
luku. 'Augustine Enos has secured the
services of a valuable clerk, who has
bad over twelve years experience in
the grocery st res of Lewis & Co,
and II. May & Co. of Honolulu, and
has already refurnished his stock of
eatables with a fine line of fancy
groceries. A complete line of Heinz'
goods are on sale as also of the well
known S. & W. brand, of groceries
He has gone into the cigar business
and has on show a fine line of cigars
ine equal oi wntcn nas not been as
Registration of voters Maul
1 Lanai 32
2 Kaanauall 117
3 Lahaina 32(1
4 Waihee 22-1
5 Wailuku '-':!!
( Puunene 211
8 Nahiku 32
9 liana Kit!
10 Kipahulu 7(i
11 Kanpo (12
12 Huelo 48
13 H.imokuapoko 278
14 Mr kawao 115
15 Kihei 35
Id Honuaula (Hi
17 Halawa 4S
18 Pukoo ld!t
19 Kaunakakai 57
20 Knlaupapa 311
t .'. . 2570
Hoard of RgiM ration for voters
will sit today until 7.30 p. in.
One of the most successful liter-
aries of the season was helu last
Friday evening at the residence of
Mr. D. C. Lindsay. The following pro-
gramm was successfully can li-u out;
The Makawao Rome Magazine for
Little lieu Hiding Mood.
Piano Solo Miss Ormered.
Siofv. CliasinL a rainbow
Solo. Miss Orinered.
Political Pointers, Mr. V, O, Aiken.
Cornet S:ilo, Mr. Lufkin.
.olo, iMr. Ujugherly.
Events of the Month,
Editorials Mr. F. W. -. ardy.
Reading Mrs. Lowell.
Mrs. Von Tempsky Mrs. Foster.
Solo, Mr. Ault.
That Reminds Me,
Conundrums, Mr. D. C. Lindsay.
Fashion Notes, Missomitb.
Fashion Plate For September.
AH NIM has filed an application
for a 5th Class Liquor License to be
located ta Waihee, Wailuku, Maui.
Any protests against the issuance of
this License should be filed in this
office by Monday October 15, 190G.
A. J. CAMPHELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu' Oct. 2,1900.
The prospective members of the
new club to be foi med in Wailuku,
held a meeting in the Maui Hotel last
Saturday night, with H. M. Coke in
the chair a d Postmaster Eillon as
The minutes of the previous meet
ing were read and approved and ob
jects of the organization were ex
plained for the benefit of those who
had not attended any of the previous
As many of the members believed
the cost of furnishing large clubrooms
would be beyond tho means of many
persons here who would make good
members and conseqi ently prevent
them from becoming members it was
finally proposed to ask the manager
of the Maul Hotel to build and furnish
such rooms above the second story
of the Hotel as might be agreed up
on by the Members and rent tho same
to the club.
A meeting of the club will take
place tomorrow at the Hotel at three
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between Drs. Weddick and Dine
gar is this day dissolved by Mutual
All accounts due the above firm of
Weddick and Dinegar may be paid to
R. II. DIN ERG A R,
Sept. 28 1906.
Owing to very recent develope-
ments in our lineiof business, we wish
to inform our patrons that we will
sell from this date:
Wines, per keg, $3.50; Wines, per
gal, 75 cents., consisting of the
following: Tokay, Muscatel, Madui
ra, Angelica, Pert, and Zinfandel, of
the famous, ' Italian Swiss Colony
Wine cellars and C. W. association.
Whisky, standard brand, $3.00 per
gal. Not being blessed with the art
of mixology we are obliged to sell our
goods in its original state.
MAUI WINE AND LIQUOR CO.
per D. L. Meyer, Mgr.
Land For Kale.
101 22-100 Acres tillable land.
1 House 20x28
1 " 12x12
1250 Fruit trees all situated in
Nahiku, Maui. Fee simple title. Ad
dress or call on
Camp 1, Paunene,
Lady's wheel, good condition new
tires, Christie saddle, Coaster brake
20. Address Hox 42, Puunene.
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
I'llONE NO 1. . K Alll'l.l'I, MAUI
l DIRECT FROM THE MILLS
Marseilles, No. 20 13 00
" 35 3 50
" '15 3 00
" -r0 . 4 00
" CO .' 5 T)0
" 70 0 00
Satin, No. A D 25
" " H .' 3r,o
" " c 550
" " 1) 6 00
Camilla o 75
Standard, No. C... 2 50
" E 3 00
M. I' 2 00
Crown Satin 4 AO
Marseilles 3 50
Holland Marseilles..... 175
Pomona " 2 50
Colonial " .....2 25
Lancaster Crochet 1 75
Those arc advance shipment oc1Tls aixl there are only a few of them, All
full 11-1 size. The designs are new, rich and beautiful. Belter select yours at
once as they will not last long.
Huron, 10-4 $ 2 00 pair. I Rambler, 10-4 1 25 pair
Nawkeye, 10-4 2 00 " Lambskin, 10-4 175 "
Leader, 10-4 l 50 Nile, 11-4 2 00 "
No one in need of blankets can allow this opportunity to pass by. We
have both the price and quality. These arc direct from the mills.
A Snap Shipment.
Ordered from the mills for one of the preat San Francisco houses before
the lite. We took them all and they are here now. Just the weight you will
Regular San Francisco Retail Price, $3.00
OUR RETAIL PRICE, $2.00
Less than wholesale jobbers sell them for.
Also a lot of others at various prices to select from.
Hemstitched Mascot Sheets, 90x00... .3 00 pair
Salem Sheets, 54x!K), . 1 50 "
" " t)().yO 2 50 "
Extra Sheets, 81x1)0 2 50 "
Pcquot A, 5-4.
, . . IS cts. yard
. .20 " "
Pdiuot A, ready for use, 45-30 50 cts. pair.
You cannot buy tho material and. make up Sheets and Pillow Cases as
cheaply as wo sell them to you already for use.
And Now PILLOWS.
North Coai-fr $1 00 pair.
Champion 3 50 "
Just the .nsortni'jnt to suit all purses
Queen of Sleep $ 5 00 pair.
Crown Down 10 00 "
Then OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES
at Regular Prices.
FURNITURE Fop each and every home.
We can furnish one room or a complete house ready for occupancy, from
the lanai to the kitchen or the basement to tho attic. Tell us what you
want or let us show you whtit you should have. No trouble to give
N. 15. We make special designs of Furniture to order, Safes, Screen Doors, etc.
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
yet thowed ou Maui.