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THE M.vUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
f?nn. A IV. Kinllcni. Circuit tmli?n, WhIIuku
Kdmnnrt H Hurl. Clerk Circuit Court. Wnlluku
JikIkO W. A. MrKny UNt MiU'istruto, Wiiiluku
" J. Kcciir.1 " " 1,ftlmiim
" I'lrim. (Jni)p, " ' Ml(uwim
' Kutiukim. " ' Hotnmulu
" J. Knlninn, " ' ' Iliinn
" I'tlnmni . " " Klpithulu
" Mr( 'orrlstnn " Moloknl
H Knhonliihlnhnlit. ' t.tinnl
W. T. lln'ilnsiin, Tux Aviuxmr WnHultu
.1. N. If . Knoln, Ocpnty Assessor Wnllukn
A. K. Tnvures Iila
O. Punn, ' " Lnhnlnn
M. II. Kcutcr, " ' Uiiub
Wm. Hcnnlne. Supervisor, Chnlrmim l.nhnlnn
W. II. (Jomwrll
T. M. Church,
J. II. Hnluulniil,
T. T. Mitynrs,
H. H. Ciisc. .
W. V. CIOM'KKTT
L. M. Unldwtn,
VV. F. Kiinc,
C. It. Llndsny
J. H. Maboe.
Deputy County Attorney.
Unputy Sliorlfl Wnlluku
" " I ihnitin
Dr. Derby, owing to Honolulu busi
ness, was unable to reach Wniluku
tliia week, but expects to be up on
At ameetin:; of the directors of the
iiahaina National Ik nk held in La
haina on the 4lh instant L. I5arkl,au
(-en resiyeed as a director of the
bank and W. L. Deeoto was elected
to fill the vacancy.
The Wiiiluku Gun Club held a inie.
lice shunt on its grounds lust Sunday
afternoon at which some j;ood shoot,
injf was dune. Two new members
were received and there are more to
join in the near future. F. A. May
field has just received a new gun and
did the banner shxtlwg of the day.
It is evident that, this club is des
tined to prow in numbers and int' rest
until it Is the crack club of tiie inland.
When the members have pmctised
a little more they expect to invite
different clubs to a match shoot.
The r.ew road mller is ow set up
and in oneral:on and will be or preat
service in keeping our roudsm belter
The dress making department of
the Kahulu! Store is growing in po
lularity and is one of the busiest de
partments of tli9 establishment.
In consequence of the Circuit b?ing
in session in Lahaina this week many
of the people of Wailuku are absent.
A Chinese hack driver left ins
horses untied in Kahului on Wednes
day afternoon and in his absence they
ran away but were caught and stopp
ed before any damage was done. The
chink was arrested for his negligence.
Patriotic Japanese have been at
work several days this week decorat
ing the new- warehouse of the Kahu
lui Railroad for the purpose of enter
taining the officers of the Aorgawa.
Buy a microbe-proof refrigerator.
That is the Leonard Cleauable Re
frigerator sold by Hi Hackfeld & Co.
Honolulu, It Is the best in the mar
ket. The" Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
16th, at the home of Mrs. J. 11. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON, ,
No Trouble to Call Top Your
For anything in tbe Grocery line,
I have fac'lities for calling for and
delivering what you want, and will
have a man at your door every day
if you so instruct me
My goods are fresh and "bright,"
and the prices I set ill convince
you that it will be to your interest to
patronize this store.
k The Pioneer Store.
Barber In Wailuku.
Saturday morning by the Steamer
Claudine Mr. M. Vieira accompanied
by his wife arrived here.
Mr. Vieira was on Maui a few
weeks airo on a vacation and while
here resolved to go into business
Being an expert barber he made ar
rangements whereby he will take
bold of the shop heretofore run by
The new incumbent has b: en for
several years connected with the
Silent Barber Shop in Honolulu as
foreman. He is an expert artist and
t-bould become very popular here
He started last Wednesday and asks
the patronage of the perple of Maui.
i4 He begs to anrounco to the people
of Maui that he will open the shop at
7:30 a. m. and close at 7 p. in. and on
Saturdays at V p. m. Hot water is
ulways used. Facia! massage.
Mrs. J. R. Parker was a passenger
to Honolulu this week from Kahului.
Mr. mid Mrs. G. C. Ilnrtruaru Iff
for Iloi.ihilu this week re m Kahului.
For some ycarsMr.Holgaard hns been
manager of the plantation store at
Kihei and has a host of friends here.
He is a capable man and will doubt
less dr. well on Kauai when they have
gone. Mrs. G. C. Hofgaard has re
signed her position as teacher at Ki
hei and left Maui permanently. Mrs.
Hofgaard has taught school many
years at Waimea Knuai and during
the last two years was principal of
the school at Kihei.
Mrs. Geoi ge Cockett was a pas
senger to Honolulu Wednesday.
T. A. Lloyd, the cashier of the Ka
hului Railroad Company lias returned
to Maui after spending a months va-
ation in Honolulu. lie has enjoyed
i very pleasant trip but his fri?nds
re all glad to see him back.
Mrs. L. K. Tilton took the steamer
to Honolulu last Wednesday evening.
Miss Di! Carmo left for Honolulu by
the Claudine on Wednesday of this
Mrs. C. S. Jackson, wife of the
chief engineer of the tug L-'s'ie IJ.il '-
win, was a passenger to Hoik inly by
Capta;n Filler is in Honolulu for a
few days with tho Leslie Uaktwiu.
S. E. Taylor of Hatnakuapoko went
to Honolulu this week to place his
little daughter in Punaluiu College.
He expects to return today.
A. McNicholl loft for Honolulu this
County Attorney D. II. Case re
turned from Honolulu Tuesday even
ing and left the fullowin" morning to
attend the Circuit Court at Lahaina.
George Moore, tho barber was a
passenger to Honolulu this week. He
expects to return soon.
Rev. C. P. Hong left for Honolulu
R'iv. K. Koinura visited the metro
polis this week.
Rev. R. L5. Dodge is investigating
a case that has the car marks of em
bezzlement. It is about time that
those who have made collecting
church fund a business for their own
profit be prosecuted. Tho people
have been tleecod long enough, while
tho churches have suffered by their
Mr. Sam Ahlo the time keeper of
tbe Wailuku Plantation gave a very
delightful luau on Sunday at his home
on Vineyard St.
Mr. Ahlo recently went to Honolu
lu and while there 'Cupid foun.1 way
to his heart and he brought back to
M ui Isle, as his wife Cecilia Chuck
Pah the charming neice of Jas N. K.
Keola, our Deputy Assessor. It was
a very delightful luau and everybody
was welcome. During the whole
afternoon and eve.iing the luau was
in progress and everybody who was
there had a delightful timn. Many
congratulatious'are bestowed oil the
newly married couple.
Hon. A. N. Kepoikai, Jas. Love
and Edmund Hart left for Lahaina
on Tuesday to attend the Circuit
Miss Carrie Dunn of Lahaina who
has been very sick or late is very
much improved. The bracing air at
the country home of Mr. J.J. New-
combe has done much to improve her
condition. She is at present at the
home of her brother Mr. G. H, Dunn.
Mr. Walswonh and Mr. G. H.
Dunn are at present in Honolulu at
tending the Federal Court.
Mrs. W. II. Crozier anJ children
are at present in Lahaina at the
home of her mother Mrs. M. Sylva.
Dr. Frcar, the Honolulu dentist, is
expected on Maui on the 15th, oti
Manuel Enos of Kahului is suffer
ing with a bad hand. Blood poison is
Charley Shaw has been suffering
with blood poison in one of his fingers
for some ten days, tie is improving
but may lose the finger.
R. W. Filler returned home from
Honolulu on Thursday.
NOTICE TO VOTERS OF THE
A it IP found inconvenient to erect
booths and li'ivo the polling place of
the "Second Precinct in ihe Third
Representati -e District at Honolua
Landing, notice is hereby given that
the polling place in said precinct will
he located at what is known n the
Honolua Coffee Co's Mill, near the
C. R. nUCKLANI),
In charge of Territorial Elections
Oct. 13-2(-27-Nov. 3.
AH NIM has filed an application
for a 5th Cla'-s Liquor License to be
located ta Wailiee, Wailuku, Maui.
Any protests against the issuance of
this License h mid be filed in this
office by Monday October-15, 1906.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu' Oct. 2,1!)U().
Oct. fi -13.'
J ..jidimtfi mtwi tmm nmmkk
W II . IIP I II llll Ml I I I H II I I Ml 1 III. IH. I II. I III II mm M II
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS
Notice is hereby given that the sale
if the Thomas Cummings Rei 1 estate
situated in Wailuku that was ailver
tised to be sold or. the 6th instant was
postponed and will lie sold today
October 13th 190(5 at the Court
House in Wailuku at 12 o'clock noon.
C. 15. WELLS,
Guardian or tho Minor Biers of
County Warrant No. 28S8 issued to
Frank Sommerfekl dated Oct. 8 190G,
lost between the two Waikapu roads
on the Maalaea Road on the evening
or the 10th inst.
FRANK SOM MERFELD.
In or near Wailuku a parcel con-
tainintr wool and slipper soles.
Finder please return to Woman's
Guild, care of Mrs. J. H. Raymond.
The Attraction of the Season.
uranu uardon party to be given
by the Woinans Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd Sat Oct, 27th,
at the attractive and shady grounds
of Mrs. J. H. Raymond. Refresh
ments, Ice Cream and Cake, Coffee
and Sandwiches, Candy.
The partnership heretofore exist
ing between Drs. Weddick and Dine-
gar is this day dis'olved by Mutual
All accounts due the above firm of
Weddick and Dinegaf may be paid to
R. II. DIN EGA R,
Sept. 28 100(i.
Owing to very recent dcvelopc
ments in our line.of business, we wish
to inform our patrons that we will
sell from this date:
Wines, per keg, $3.50; Wines, per
gal, 73 cents., consisting of the
following: Tokay, Muscatel, Madei
ra, Angelica, Port, and Zinfandcl, of
the famous, Italian Swiss Colony
Wine cellars and C. W. association.
Whisky, standard brand, $3.00 pe
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 Sale.
101 23-100 Acres tillable land.
1 House 20x28
1 " 12x12
ISM f ruit trees all situated in
Nahiku, Maui. Fee simple title. Ad
dress or call on
Camp 1, l'juncne,
Lady's wheel, good condition new
tires, Christie saddle, Coaster brake
f20. Address Box 42, Puunene.
Marseilles, No. 20 if 3 00
" 35 3 50
" 45 3 00
" 50 4 00
" CO 5 50
" 70 GOO
.Sal in, No. A - 3 25
" " B 3 50
" C , 5 50
" D ..: GOO
Camilla 2 75
Standard, No. C 2 50
Marseilles . .
Lancaster Crochet 1 75
Bert ha " 1 75
Those are advance shipment roods and there are only a few of them, All
full 11-1 size. The designs are new, rich and beautiful. Better select yours at
once as they will not last lon.
Huron, 10-4 .'.$2 00 pair.
llawkeye, 10-j 2 00 "
Leader, 10-4 1 50 '
Rambler, 10-4 1 25 pair
Lambskin, 10-4 1 75 "
Nile, 11-4 2 00 "
No one in need of blankets can allow this opportunity to pass by. Wo
have both tho price and quality.- These arc direct from the mills.
A Snap Shipment.
Ordered from the mills for one of tho Treat San Francisco houses beforo
the fire. We took them all and they arc hero now. Just tho 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, 90x90 .... $3 00 pair
Salem Sheets, 54x90 . 1 50 "
90x90 2 50 "
Extra Sheets, .81x90 2 50 "
Pequot A, 5-4 18 cts. yard
6-4 20 " "
8-4 25 " "
10-4 35 " "
Pequot A, ready for use, 45-3(5 50 cts. pair.
You cannot buy the material and make up Sheets and Tillow Cases as
cheaply as wo sell them to you already for use.
And Now PILLOWS.
North Coai-t $1 00 pair.
Champion 3 50 ."
Queen of Sleep $ 5 00 pair.
Crown Down 10 00 "
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PlloNE NO 1. KAHULUI, MAUI
Unusually blyh seas visited Kahu
lui on Wednesday of this week, break
ing far out on the reefs and rollinj; in
hifh on the beach. The breakwater
however made rouyh water an impos
sibility and in Roite of the liih seas
the harbor was as smooth as a mill
J ust the assortment to suit all purses.
Then OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES
at Regular Prices.
FURNITURE For each and every home.
We can furnish ono room or a complete house ready for occupancy, from
tho lanai to tho kitchen or tho basement to tho attic. Tell us what you
want or let us show you what you should have. No troublo to give
N. li. We make special designs of Furniture to order, Safes, Screen Doors, etc.
The Big Store with the Little Prices.