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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1906
SmokP the Owl Cigar and you ore
getting the best 5 cents Ciyar in (lie?
country. Gunst-Eakin Cignr Co.
For the convenience of Voters, a
substantial lunch consisting of hihuI
wiches, doughnuts, pie, cheese, coffee
and lemonade will be served from 11
to 2 o'clock on Tuesday, the Cth dny
of November, oil the grounds 'of the
Union Cnureli, immediately udjiin
ing the Circuit Court premises. The
patronage of the ladies is also de
Price 25 cents.
The attention of all Candidates in
the Territorial Election is called to a
notice published elsewhere by order
of the Secretary of the Territory.
The adjourned quarterly medio;.'
of the stockholders of Uie Mai.i Wine
& Liquor Co. will take place on
V. A. Veth sen advertiser Cln ist
mas cards fur hale in this issue.
The new ofliee of Dr. R. H. Dine
irur or Main street is ncnriui! coin
Lee Hop U having -in i Id sti.re
l.tifliling lorn down that li, sti-nd on
Aiai ket si reet for many years atir
ill build a new two story structure.
When you go to the voting boath
next Tuesday to exercise your pri
vilege as an American el'izen, be sui
to avail yourself of an excellent lunch
at the same time. Served from 11 to
The cement sidewalks of High
street. Main Street from High street
to the new depot and on Markrt
street from Alain to the Japanese
school have been completed and add
much to the appearance of the town.
Tho L( dies Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd gave a garden
party at the residence of Mrs J. H.
Raymond last Saturday that was
largely attended ar.d thoroughly en
joyed. It was a financial success.
The Knights of Pythias initiated
two new members into the mysteries
of Knighthood last Saturday even
ing. Invitations are out to see the Mas
ons ride tiie goat for the, first time
in their new temple on the eighth
Some of the boys of. Kahului gav;
a dinner to Captain H. F. Weeden
at the Maui Hotel last Saturday
An appetizing lunch with a cup of
good coffee or glass of cold lemonade
will greatly assist you in voting Die
straight ticket. Try it and see for
ycurself. Bring your wives and lady
Tho Republican Legislative can
didates of Maui went over to the
Leper Settlemement this week to
discourse on the political situition.
The returns of the election will be
posted as fast os they are received
on a large board to be erected it;
front of the Wailuku Telephone
Just arrived per last steamer:
California Creamery Butter, Ceam,
Swiss and Edam cheese, Imperial
cheese in jars, Cervelat Sausages in
foil, Ginger, Vanilla and Lemon
Wafers, Five O'clock Tea, Graham,
Is a whole bam too much for you?
I will sell a half ham, If you wish it.
Bacon sola whole or in pounds.
A. ENOS, The Pioneer Store.
Lodge Maui No. 984 A. F. & A. M.
Tenders a cordial invitation to til
Masons to be present at the Masonic
dance on the 8th and the dedication
of the new Masonic Temple on the
Death oK VVm. Smith.
Ym. Smith, well- known clerk of A.
Enos, died last Sunday evening at
Iiia residence Dear tho old Wuiluku
depot. For yeers past he has suf
fered much of stomach trouble and
during the last few months bad weak
The deceased was about C5 years
of age and leaves a widow and a large
number of children. He had been In
tho employ of A. Et:os store for over
His funeral wus lnlJ on the follow
ing day in the aftor.cou, being at
lenuod by a large number of friends.
He was interred in the Catholic cem
The Ladies of Alexander House
"ill be at home on the first Wednes
day of each r.irnth from .'5 to l p. tn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan K. I'nkipila
gave a hmu last Situriiay evening
at. their home on Vineyard street in
honor of the first birthday of their
son David Vale. A largo number of
peoph piirt'.ok of the layout and an
enj'i.t able t imc was hi Id.
T. li. Lyons, Home Ri.le candidate
for County Treasurer, returned from
loni'lwlu last Saturday morning. lie
was excused by Judge Dole from si r
ving on the Federal jury in order to
enable him to d'.' some campaigning
the last few days before flection.
C. fl. G. It rami was thrown from a
cart Mor;iay while, coming into town
from Wa'kapu i: d sustained bruises
that will prevent his active outside
work for a few days.
Charlisll. Swain of 1 1 i 1 was m
town Wednesday on his way to Hono
Dr. Derby the dentist has been in
Wailuku for some day tilling p-o
!eH-ionl engagements. rle wi'l be
in Paia for 'some days the laiier part
of this week ii nd the earlv part, of
nex I . eek
Di triel M iivtiate Clinch's Copp
was in town Monday from Makawa".
'.esays the pineapple industry f
Makawao promises to bo everything
that was expected of it, and that
many persons art planting large
ii reus in pines.
James Bergstorm of the Ucrgstorm
Music Company is on Maui this week.
C J. Austin the entomologist is on
Maui this week.
Captain H. Weeden was in Wailuku
this week. This is his list trip as
the master ( f the Nebra kan. He'will
b? succeeded by first officer G. 15.
Sam J. Lyle, the diver is again in
Kahului for the Kahului Railroad
E. M. Boyd and Mrs. Boyd are
spenoing a few days ou Maui.
S. K. Kaloa and Gabriel K. Kea
wehaku accompanied E. 13. McClana
han on his tour of Maui last week.
Mr. II. G. Picker the insurance
man is on Maui working the insur
ance field for the Pacific Mutual.
Hugh Howell and C. J. Austin
went to Nahiku o look over tho rub
ber plantations there Thursday.-
Olivarie Garcia was bcfoi'e the
district Court Wednesday on a charge
of petty larceny. He was accused of
stealing a bug of bottles belonging to
J. C. Flores but stoutly denied the
charge and stated to tho court that
he had b night them from a native
woman by tho name of Liliha who
lives at Camo Five, Puunene. To
his surprise the witness was brought,
into court and testified that she hart
sold the defendant no bottles what
ever, in consequence of which Oli
vario will spend thirty days as the
gurst of David Crowd! tho jailor.
W. V. Wescoatt returned from a
hunting trip to Molokai Wednesday.
He bi ought back soma fine deer
Edgar Morton was a Wailuku vis
Dr. P. F. Frear, the dentist will
be at the Maui Hotel next Wednes
day and will bo ready tu fill profes
sional engagements. While he will
bo in towu some day3 those wishing
lenlal work done should call early
and make an engagement w ish him.
W. Searby was in town Thursday
Evening At Home
Don't scratch. Any old hen can
do that. Vote the straight Repu
II. C. Ovenden very ill.
The Kahului Lidies Auxiliary wil
give an "Evening at Ilciiiie" at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
ruii'i- on nuiuniay evening, iov
Fancy articles and light refresh
incuts n ill he sold, ample space and
good music will be proidod for those
who enjoy dancing.
Mrs. fl. P. IJ.jkhvin will president
the Ice Cream booth; Mrs. E. C
inreiaiir ami ans. v. ). moody, the
Coffee and Sandwiches; Mrs. Beau
mont, Mrs Mclolsen and Mrs. (inss
in the Fancy Work, Mis. (',. A. Ord
way. Fortune Telling, and Mrs. C. B.
The proceeds are to he used in on
ruction with K ihnlui's proposed
Church and your patronage will be
Free trains wiil tun fn in Pain.
Puunene and Waiii.ku.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES I X TU h
TEli U1TOK I A L ELECTION.
The attention of nil Candida los in
the Territorial Election held Novem-
her (I'll. Willi, is drawn to Sections
Ml, IW and i'.Ii'of the Holes and R.'gu
lat ions for Hoi. ling Election, winch
relate to the feint? of an iteieiz rl
Statement of Exp ns-s by each Can
Ol'layc vnhm t weniy days.
A. L. O. ATKINSON,
S cretary of IJaw.iii.
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
In accordance with trie custom in
auguratfd last year of setting apart
a day for the promotion of .forest
growth I hereby designate, Friday,
November 2nd, Willi, us 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
ed to the planting of trees and shrubs
uoon the school grcunds.
Given under my hand and the
Great Seal of tho Territory of Ha
waii at the Capitol Building ii: Hono
1 lu, this Twelfth day of October, A.
(Seal) G. R. CARTER,
Governor of liawaii
Oct. 20, 27.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS,
Notice is hereby given that on and
after the 22nd lust tho landing a'
Maalaea will be abandoned and
Steamers will touch at the newly
constructed McGrcgot s Landing in
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Oct. 2fl-27. .
The adjourned quarterly meeting
of stockholders of the Maui Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held at the
ollieo of the Company, on Wednesday
November 14th, WOO at 7.30 p. m.
All stockholders are earnestly ie
quested to be present,
Secretary, Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
II. C. Ovenden, the book keeper
ot the Kaeleku Sugar Company is
seriously ill at his home in Hana and
is under the care of Dr. Deas.
On Monday he w as so much worse
that Dr. Tiiiegar was 5ent for to as
sist Dr. Deas and he left Wailuku at
noon in his autoniobille everland to
Hana. At Kailua he was met by W.
F. Pogue who went with hlui to liana.
He found the patient u very sick man
bat that. Di Deas was doing every
thing p.iasiblo for hiiu. lie stayed in
Haaa until Wednesday when ho re-
tuned on the Claudine. At last ac
counts Mr. Ovendeu was improving
All accounts duo the undersigned
and which have been standing ore1'
three months must be settled within
the next 30 days or the same will be
turned over to my Attorney for col
St.. 1 AO STABLES.
NOTICE TO VOTERS OF THE
As it is found inconvenient to erect
booths and have the polling place of
the Second Preeiiut in the Third
Representative District at Honolua
Landing, notice is hereby given that
the polling place in said precinct will
be located at what is known as the
Honolua Coffee Co's Mill, near the
C. R. BUCKLAND,
In charge of Territorial Elections
Oct. 13-20-27-Nov. 3.
M AUK K T S'. U e. W A 1 1 . V K V
ANTON E BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Celebrated Prinio & Seaie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
A clioiee lot of Canned Table
Butler in 2 lb. tins direct from' the
ITazelvv ood Creamery, the finest of
the Coast products, (inly 40c per lb.
Fresh California Cheese, new
A lare shipment of Canned
oods of the best quality.
Swift's Premium Hams.
A lase lot o the latest styles
from the great factory of Bucking
ham & Hecht and at prices that are
ENAMELED WARE. The beautiful new
Amethyst Ware direct from the factory.
Prices lower than ever. This ware does not
chip in ordinary use. Try it once and you
will' use no other.
3 H rjaa
Stoves from to $.r0.
Iron, Brass Trimmod .and
O s t e r m'o o r , Uoss, hair
Pillows from $1.50 to $10
Chairs, $1 to $10 each.
- Tables, $1 to $25.
Anything you need to comple
tely furnish or refit your houses.
Prices the lowest, quality always
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The Bi Store with the Little Prices.