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R. W. Shini'le has received a letter
from a business correspondent in Fan
Francieo, in which the opinion is
expressed that Cuba will not be an
nexion woukl ruin the suoar indus
try of Cuba y its introduction of the
American labor laws. Advertiser.
A mu.Mcal recital will be given
at the Paia Foreign Church n 'xt
Monday by the best talent of Maui
assisted by a lumber of Honolulu's
best musicians. Attend if possible
as the mi' sic will be choice and you
will miss a treat it you fail to at
kfter everything is said and done,
I.lity is the one thing that counts.
All I ask is thot vou get your facts
strnigh. Don't take somebody's else
say so for it that, their goods are
better than mine. Get the goods
together and let the comparison be
thorough On the basis of thorough
comparison I am happy to hive my
offerings placed alongside those of
any other house in 'he field.
A. KNOS, The Pioneer Store.
Don't fin get the Garden Party this
afternoon at Mrs. J. II. Raymond's
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken, the dentist hsis
just returned fmm a busy ten d:iy's
trip to liana and can be found in
Kaliului until next Wednesday or
Vote the straight Republican
ticket and lead a struight life.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
30th, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
The Young Men's Republican Club
will hold a meeting at 4 p. in. Sun
day afternoon in Robinson Hall. Im
portant BusinePs. All members are
requested to be present.
TO ASSIST TUB FARMERS.
A letter to Hon. H. P. Baldwin
has been received from Jared G.
Smith. Director of the Experiment
Station in Honolulu onnouncing his
willingness to assist the farmers of
Maui by scientific experiments in
matters ports ining to agriculture on
This will mean a great deal to the
people here and the plan has Mr.
Baldw ns heartist approval and he
will assist in the establishment of the
As Territorial aid will be necessary
to the establishment of such an in
slitutiou it will be necessary to elect
a straight Republican legislative
ticket who will lend every assistance
In getting the necessary appropria
tion to establish and maintain the
same. We give herewith the latter
Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct 22, 190G.
I intend asking the legisla
ture for on appropriation for the
purpose of establishing a substation
on Maui in the Kula district, to see
whether we cannot do something to
improve agricultural conditions and
methods there. My plan would be
to put a good man in Kula, provided
an equipment of modern farm ma
chinery and try to improve the corn
crop and introduce other props which
might prove more profitable.
I v-Mi'.d like to have your support,
politically, towards this end. Fror.i
what I have seen of- the Portugese
farmers I think they need a good
deal of help from people who know
how. Their wine-industry might be
saved with a little assistance, so also
other industries where they are los
ing their grip through lack of know
ledge. Yours Truly,
JARED G. SMITH
NOTICi: TO TELEPHONE SUB
Snperintordent E. 15. Carley, of the
Maui Telephone Co.. has made ar-
aiifcpmpnts to have the Official re
turns telephoned to him direct, on
Tuesday evening Nov. 6th, just as
soonas counted. The four offices, Paia,
Wailuku, Lahaina and liana, will be
kept open nil night, oi ,n" re-
turns are nil in except the precincts
of Molokai and Lnnai, and in order
to facilitate matters, the superinten
dent requests all subscribers to ring
up their respective office for the re
turns," instead rf ringing up Paia
Central as hure-tofore, the person in
harge .of each office, will be on duty
and will be prepared to give the cor
rect returns to anyone asking for
them as each office will be supplied
ith a regular tally sheet, and the
eturns will be given to each office
as soon as they are received by Mr.
Carley, at his office in Paia.
Mr. Carley asks it as a personal
favor that all subscribers will please
ring up central and ask for the re
turns, and not wait to be rung up so
that no one will be overlooked, as is
sure to happen if subscribers wait
for central to ring them up. Paia
and Wailuku Centrals will each have
three extra telo limes to answer all
quiring fur the returns.
Maui Telephone Co.
E. B. CARLEY, MGR.
Oct. 20-27-Nov. 3.
SANTOS At Paia, on October 10,
190(1, to the wife of Rev. M. G
Santos, a son.
WEIGHT At Wailuku, on October
23rd, 190(1, to the wife of Mr. and
Mrs. George Weight, a son.
NAONE In Wriluku, Maui, Oct, 19
Emma Tvamolo Naone, age 7 yrs,
10 months 22 days beloved daught
Owing to extraodinary develop
ments in onr line of business, we do-
sire to announce to the trade that
we have reduced our prices in quite
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
oputalion of having the best goods
at the lowest prices, we will just
mention a few of our prices to the
trade, Commencing Oct. 20th, 1900:
Coal Oil (Best brand) $2 25 per case,
Golden Gate Flower $1.40 per bag,
sland Butter (Kona) 30c per lb,
Carnation Cream 10c per tin.
All of the above prices are for
goods delivered at your door.
Telephone us your orders, or if
you desire, we will call as often as
ycu wish. Our terms are reason
able, and our goods are fresh. t
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co. Ltd
J. Garcia, Treasurer,
Waii.itku Cash Store,
G. B. Schrader, Manager.
Oct. 20, 27.
Notice To Travelers.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after this drte the undersigned livery
and hack men will make a uniform
chargo of $2.00 per passenger either
to or from McGregors Landing. The
same charge being made for either
day or night passage.
Dated October 24, 1900.
Rismark Stables, lao Stables, Cen
tral Stables, Maii Stables, Wailuku
Stables, Kido Hack, No. 4, Taoaka
Hack No. 24, Takaso Hack No. 35,
Kondo Hack No. 45, Igawa Hack No.
31, Tubeta Hack No. 19,. Hashimoto
Hack No. 23, Konishima Hack No.
4G, I&hee Hack No. 1G, Sakagawa
Hack No. 13, Aiakagowa, 33, Kazika
Hack No 30. 5t.
For the benefit of voters, lunch
will be served Tuesday November
sixth from 12 until 2 o'clock in the
grounds of the Wailuku Union
Church. Price 25 cents.
Women's Aid Society Organized,
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
In accordance with the custom in
augurated last year of setting' opart
a dav for the promotion of forest
growth I hereby designate Friday,
November 2nd, 1900, 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 bo devot
ed to the planting of trees and Hhrubs
upon the school grounds.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal of the Territory of Ha
wnii at the Capitol Building in Hono-
. lu, this Twelfth day of October, A.
(Seal) G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii
Oct. 20, 27.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS,
Notice is hereby given that on and
after the 22nd inst the landing at
Maalaea will be abandoned and
Steamers will loueh at the newly
constructed McGregots Landing in
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
All accounts duo the undersigned
ind which have been standing over
three months must be settled within
the next 30 days or the same will be
urned over to my Attorney for col
5t. 1AO STABLES.
NOTICE TO VOTERS OF THE
As it is found inconvenient toerect
booths and have the polling place of
the Second Precinct in the lhird
Representative District at Honolua
Landing, notice is hereby given that
the polling place in said precinct will
be located at what is known a the
Honolua Coffee Co's Mill, near the
C. R. BUCKLAND,
In charge of Territorial Elections
Oct. 13-20-27-Nov. 3.
In accordance with an invitation
given by the Reverend Mr. Dodge at
the regular services last Sunday
evening in the Wailuku Union Church,
about twelve ladies met at the Wil
liam aud Mary Alexander Parsonage
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. At
this meeting the Women's Aid Socie
ty of the Church was organized with
Mrs. Rowland B. Dodge as president,
Miss Cltfwlotte Turner vice-president
and Mrs. W. B. Ponhallow secretary
treasurer. This society will meet
every alternate Tuesday at the homes
of the different milliters and it
desired that every lady interested in
the welfare of Union Church become
a member. A lunch will be given by
the society November sixth in the
church grounds, a convenience for
voters. The next regular meeting
will bo held at the home of Mrs. C
B. Wells, Tuesday afternoon Novem
County Warrant No. 2888 issued to
Frank Sommerfeld dated Oct. 8 190G,
lost between the two Weikapu roads
on the Maalaea Road on the evening
of the 10th inst.
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 '
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONE NO. 1. KAHULtn, MAUI
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makawao
CORNER HIGH and MARKET ST,
MAUKET S'iKc,i,i Waii.uku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seatae
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Our advance shipment of
Holiday Goods arrives by
the Nebraskan. These; will
be placed on sale on Nov.
15th. Our line and assort
ment of novelties and good
substantial presents will be
larger than ever. Select
what yon need now to send
your friends in the states.
The Bi Store with the Little Prices,
er of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Nione,
ber tweutieth at 3 o'clock.