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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906
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Dont forgot Hie Garden party on
Saturday the 27th hist, at Mrs. Ray
mond. Plenty of pretty articles and a
good time to be had at the Garden
party next Saturday.
Be sure and keep next Saturday
the 27th free from all other engage
menu so that you can take in the
Garden party $,iven by the Womuns
Guild at the residence of Mrs. J. H.
The Owl Cigar is the best 5 cent
smoke you can buy. It has more
smukers than all other 5 cent cigars
combimed. Gunst-Eakio Cigar Co.
Now is the time to begin hatching
chicks. A cyphers Incubator will
make you independent of the hen and
get you belter results. Order from
E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu.
J do not say that you ought to buy
all your goods from me. No one house
can possibly undersell all others on
each Hem in its line and make money.
I will meet any special price offered
by anv store in the field for the same
length of time, but I do say, and say
it earnestly, that unless you buy
SOME of your goods from me, you
(ay nioic llum voj ought.
A. ENOS, Tiie Pioneer Store.
The Maui Wine and Liquor Com
pany are now selling their wines and
liquors lower than ever and carry
ing good brands.
Notice to smokers- Unscrupulous
dealers sometimes try to sell inferior
cigars in Owl Cigar boxes. See that
the letters O. W. L. are perforated
iu the wrapper. It is your prot'c
lion against the substitution of an in
Dr. R. H- Dinegar Is having a very
neat office built just mukai of A.
Enos store on Main street.
Some one has started the report
that Dr. Dinegar wished to quarin
tine certain localities where diphth'
ena was reported to exist. The
Doctor was seen in regard to the
matter and assures us that he had
no such intention and knows of no
reasou for any such measures. There
are no new cases and the disease is
On Tuesday the carpenters finish
ed the construction of the new bridge
across Waihee river. T'aree cement
peers have been put in that are three
.feet higher than the old ones ana a
ninety foot, bridge built. This will
make the bridge better than ever
before and will meet a long felt want
as the old bridge was so badly decay
ed that it was in a dangerous condi
J. Garcia has gone to Lahaiua to
take charge of the Lahaina National
Hank while VV. A. Engle will have
charge of bis work in the First Nat
lonal Bank of Wailuku. The exchange
of places is but temporary and each
The Superintendent of Public
Works gives notice in this issue of
the News that the Old Landing at
Maalaea will be abandoned on the
22nd inst and that all steamers will
land at McGregors on and after that
ARDOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
The effects of Kakiuchi were sold
by virtue of an execution on Monday
in front of the court house. They
brought a little over fifty dollars.
County Engineer Hugh
made a flying trip to Honolulu Mon
day evening, returning Tuesday.
W. V.r. Wessoatt. an engineer in
the employ of the Hawaiian Commer
cial and Sugar Company is taking a
six weeks vacation. He left for Ho
nolulu Mon 'lay but will return in a
few days and later go to Molokai on
a hunting trip.
Deputy U. S. Marshall, Frank
Winter arrived on Maui last Satur
day and arrested G. Ahuna on a
charge of violaMo.i of the Federal
laws known as the Edmunds act. He
left Monday with his prisoners.
Edward Campsie, a brother of W.
Campsie, head luna of the Waihoe
division of the Wailuku Sugi r Com
pany's plantation, is now inspector
of the cement work in the new tun
nels between Waihee and Wailuku.
Dr. Sawyer of Puunene, was a pas:
senger to Honolulu, frcm Kahului on
Wednesdays Claudine. He expects
to return Saturday.
James Kirkland made the Honolulu
trip this week from Kahului.
Owing to the death of a near rela
tive Miss Helen Wrenn of Kahului
cann t accept an invitation to attend
the social dance to be given at Puu
nene on the 20th of October.
The Maui Publishing Company has
just completed a complete list of the
registered voters in each precinct of
.the county. Any one wising such a
list should send 25 cents to us at once
as our orders for the books noarly
equal the number printed.
Honoroble A. N. Kepolkai return
ed from presiding over the Circuit
Court at Lahaina, on Thursday
George Weight Jr. is still confined
to his bed at home. He has been ill
for some time.
Edmund Hart returned home from
Ben Lyons, W. T. Robinson and A.
Enos have been drawn on the Federal
trial iurv and left last night for
In accordance with the custom in
augurated last year of setting apart
a day for the promotion of forest
growth I hereby designate Friday,
November 2nd. 1906. as ARBOR
DAY for the Territory of Hawaii
recommending that appropriate ex
ercises be held in the public schools
and that a part of the day be devot-
Howell ed to the planting of trees and shrubs
Upon the school grounds.
Given under rav hand and the
Great Seul of the Territory of Ha-
wni't at the Capitol Building in Hono-
Ulu, this Twelfth day nf October, A.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii
Oct. 20, 27.
I have this day appointed Kaawa
Kahele, Pound Master for the Gov
ernment Pound situate at Lahaina,
Island of Maui, T. H. vice Kamanu,
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu October 16, 190G.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS,
Notice Is hereby given that on and
after the 22nd inst the landing at
Maalaea will be abandoned and
Steamers will tourh at the newly
constructed McGregois Landing in
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
NOTICE TO TELEPHONE
Superinterdent E. B. Carley, of the
Maui Telephone Co., has made ar
rangements to have the Official re
turns telephoned to him direct, on
Tuesday eveuing Nov. bth, lust as
soonas counted. The four offices, Paia,
Wailuku. Lahaina and Hana, will be
will return to his place at the end -of kept open all night, or until the re-
ten days. turns are all in except the precincts
Kr..mnn Wntirim ni-i-itrori in Tftihu. of Molokai and Lanai. and in order
lui on the Niihau Friday morning to iacuuaw maners, me supei mien-
with a thin load of fertilizer for the dent requests all subscribers to ring
nlantations. UP their respective office for the re
. . turns, instead ci ringing up raia
Keroge May field and wife left frr rnn,pal ft u r(ut- forfl th nerson ,n
charge of each office, will be on duty
All accounts due the undersigned
and which have been standing over
three months must be settled within
the next 30 days or the same will be
turned over to my Attorney for col
5t. 1 AO STABLES.
NOTICE TO VOTERS OF THE
As it is found inconvenient to erect
booths and have the polling place of
the Second Precinct in the third
Representative District at Honolua
Landing, notice is hereby given that
the polling place in said precinct win
be located at what is known as the
Honolua Coffee Co's Mill, near the
C. It. BUUKLiAJNU,
In charge of Territorial Elections
Oct. 13-20-27-Nov. 3.
County Warraut No. 2888 issued to
Frank Sommerfeld dated Oct. 8 1906,
lost between the two Waikapu roads
on the Maalaea Road on the evening
of the 10th inst.
Honolulu last night on a vacation.
William Green, the popular drum
merofM. Philips left for Honolulu
T. A. Burminuham will leave to
day for Hilo. '
Owing to extraodinary develop-
-"ments in our line of business, we de
sire to announce to the trade that
we have reduced our prices in quite
a few lines of our business, and are
now better able to take care of the
wants of our customers than we have
As we have always ' enjoyed the
reputation of having the best goods
at the lowest prices, we will just
mention a few of our prices to the
trade, Commencing Oct. 20ih, 1906
Coal Oil (Best brand) $2.25 per case,
Golden Gate Flower 1.40 per bag,
Island Butter (Kona) 30c per lb,
Carnation Cream 10c per tiu
All of the above prices are for
goods delivered at your door.
Telephone us your orders, or if
vou desire, we will call as often as
vou wish. Our terms 'are reason
able, and our goods are fresh.
Maui Day Goods AGrocihy Co. Ltd
J. Garcia, Treasurer.
Wailuku Cash Stobe,
G. B. Schrader, Manager,
Oct. 20, 27.
and will be prepared to give the cor
rect returns to anyone asking for
them as each office will be supplied
with a regular tally sheet, and the
returns will be civen to each office
as soon as thev are received by Mr.
Carley, at his office in Paia.
Mr. Carley asks it as a personal
favor that all subscribers will please
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ring up central anu as lor me re
turn6, and not watt to be rung up so
that no one will be overlooked, as is
sura to happen if subscribers wail
for central to riug them up. Paia
and Wailuku Centrals will each have
three extra telephones to answer all
inquiring for the returns..
Maui Telephone Co.
E. B. CARLEY. MGR.
Oct. 20-27-Nov. 3.
A Fatal Fall.
In or near Wailuku a parcel
taining wool and slipper soles.
Finder please return to Woman s
Guild, care of Mrs. J. H. Raymond.
Land For Sale.
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, Puunene,
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and fcnjlldr
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONE NO. 1. KAHULUI, MAUI
Abraham a well known character
and Home Ruler was wending his
way home pretty well under the in
fluence of liquor, and when near the
mill he feil from his horse, fracturing
A coroners jury sat at 10 o'clock
Sunday morning. Those that com
posed the jury were D. K. Haysel
den. G. Cooper, D. Kuamu, C. K.
Farden, A. Blake and Kalauwela.
, The verdict was accidental death
caused from a fall from a horse.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makawao
To the wife of W.
Kihei, Maul, Sunday
A. Sparks of
LADIES', MISSES AND
CHILDREN'S FELT HATS
Red, Gray and Drajj
from G5 cts. to $1.25.
A few Boys Suits in latest and
nobiest style at special prices.
I The largest purchase and best
variety of Ribbons ever brought to
Maui at one shipment. Look out
Sauce Pans, 35 cts. to CO cts.
Coffee Tots, 25 cts. fo 65 cts.
Tea Tots, 25 cts. to 65 cts.
Blue Grante !VVare
Sauce Parrs, 4 qts., $1.25.
Tea Kettles, 4 qts. $2.00.
The Celebrated Marion Harland Coffee Pots, from 1 pt. to 2
qts., $1.00 up.
White Enamel Ware
Wash Basins, 30 cts, up.
Roasting Pans, $1.00 up.
Cake Pans, 25 cts. up.
Dairy Pans from 25 cts. to 90 cts.
Stew Pans, shallow, 25 cts.
Stew Pans, deep, 50 cts,
Funnels, all sizes, 5 cts. up.
Soap Dishes, 10 cts.
Also a completed lino of tin waro and necessary kitchen utensils.
The Big Store with the Little Prices.