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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1906
Just arrived per lost steamer the
Van Camp's Concentrated Soups,
Van Camp's Macaroni and Cheese,
Mince Meat in jars, tins and pack
ages, Cranberry Sauce in tins, Nuts
and Raisins,. Fresh Edam.Limburger
and California Cream Cheese, Shaker
Salt in boxes, a One salt for table
use, Roasted Kona Coffee, whole, or
ground while you wait.
The Fioneer Grocer.
Adj. Bamberrv will arrive on Mam
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, and hold a serins
of meetings as follows:
Tuesday, Nov 20, 7:30 p. m . Lah
aina; Wednesday, Nov. 21, Waihec;
Thursday, ITo v. 22, Camp 1, Spreck
clsville; Friday, Nov. 23, Kahului;
Saturday, Nov. 24, Wailuku; Sunday,
Nov. 25, 11 a. m. Wailuki ; Sunday,
Nov. 25: 2 p. rn., Wailuku; Sunday,
Nov. 25, 7:30 p. m., Wailuku; Tues
day, Nov. 27, Hamakuapoko.
The ship Enterprise, coal laden
from Newcastle and the bark Kaiu
lani are in Kaanapali.' They will sail
in a few days.
Antono Borba has had a three foot
cement wnlk laid the full length of
his Mai ket s-trcct, property between
the sidewa'k and the building. Tins
has materially improved the proper
ty and incidentally t' e walk.
Free trains will leave tonight,
Saturday, for the fair given by the
Ladies Auxiliary at the residence of
Superintendent R. W, Filler in Ka
hului. The trains from Paiawill leave
at 7 o'clock d. m. and from Puunene
and Wailuku 7.15 p.m.
On Thursday morning a Japanese
who evidently sought to use words
regardless of their true meaning ap
plied to Dr. Dinegar for a burial
permit. He handed the Doctor a
memorandum which read as follows:
Born November 15th, 9:30 A. M.
Died November 15th, 10:30 A: M.
Cause of death "Infanticide.'- Instead
of getting a burial permit he was
takLn into custody by the Deputy
Sheriff until an investigation was
made, and it was ascertained that no
wrong bad been committed. He was
then allowed to depart.
The Republicans will give a grand
luau today, Saturday, to celebrate
their victory on the 6th of November.
Everybody is'invited la be present
regardless of part affiliations.
Luau and Dance.
A luau was given by Supervisor
Wm. Henning of Lahaina,' at his res
idence near the seashore to celebrate
the victory of the Republican Fartv
on election day.
Tables were laid out in the yard
under the tents and several hundred
people enjoyed the different Hawai
ian dishes that were before them.
After satisfying the inner man the
crowd then prepared for dancing on
a floor built specially for the occasion.
Music was furr.iihed by the Lahaina
Quintet Club and also by an orchestra
from Molokai. The dancers enjoyed
themselves up to the wee sma' hours
when all departed, hoping the Super-
visor success in his not twoyears
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. H. November, 13 190G.
The following affects the List of
Lights, Buoys, and Daymarks in the
12th Light-House Subdistrict.
Honolulu Harbor," Oahu Island,
page 13. Corrected bearing En
trance Buoy No. 2, a red first class
tall-type nun. The bearings of this
buoy, as now permanently establish
ed, are as follows:
Honolulu Range Front Light-
House N. by E. 1 E., 4200 feet.
Sewer Pumping Station Chimney
Guarantine Island Flagstaff NNW
Entrance Buoy No. 1, a black first
class tall-type can. The bearings of
this buoy, as now permanently es
tablished, are as follows:
Honolulu Range Front Light-
House N. by E. I E-, 4250 feet.
Sewer Pumping Station Chimney
Quarntine Island Flagstaff NNW.
The remaining buoys marking the
channel into Honolulu Harbor are to
be considered as temporary.
By order of the Light- House Board
J. F. CARTER,
Lieutenant, U. S. Nay
Assistant to the Inspector of the
12th Light-House District.
J. R. Bergstrom of the Bergstrom
Music Company is still on Maui and
as business is gocd will remain longer
than at first decided upon. Any one
wishing to purchase musical instru
ments should see him. Those having
pianos that need tuning may have
them tuned now. See him in reference
to any thing in his line. He repre
sents, the best music house in the
Territory and the reputation of the
firm is beyond question.
Attorney J. L. Coke left for II a
waii by the Kii.au. He w'll be gone
some ten days.
Arthur Bctts has gone In II. i.o
lulu on a short vacation. Tie is one
of the tunc keepers for the TI. C. &
W. VV. Wescoatt went to Honolulu
Wednesday on a vacation.
J. D. Tucker returned to Honolulu
Wednesday after instructing the
local members or the Masonic order
n the mysteries of h'gher Masonry
Frank E. Thompson was a return
ing passenger to Honolulu Wednes-
ay. He assisted in 'ha dedication
if the new Masonic Temple at Kahu
Charles F ITerrick arrived on
Dan Quill is recovering from a
severe illness. He is able to go around
but is still very weak from ths effects
of his illness.
J. A. Hams the painter has turn
ed out some very fine work at Ka
hului. All who have seen the wrk
speak very highly of it.
Mrs. G. II. Dunn and Mrs. Annie
Mulvaney were in town last week and
attended the Masonic Dance.
Mr. G. H. Dunn and Mr John
Gannon came over irom Lahaina lo
attend the Masonic Dedication Services.
The members of the Gulstan Coun
cil, Y. M. I., htld a very delightful
picnic ,in Iao Valley on Sun ay. Two
stages conveyed the members from
the Mission grounds up to the third
crossing were an appetizirg lunch
was served to all present.
An "Evening at Home" will be
held at Manager Filler's rome at
Kahului this evening at 7 p. m. by
the Ladies Auxiliary.
There will be Fancy and Refresh
ment Booths and lots of dancing.
Free trains will run from Paia, Puu
nene'.and Wailuku and everybody is
sure to have a good time.
Come one! Come all and have your
Senator A. N. Hays-olden was a
Wailuku visitor Thursd y.
J. E. Gunnan was in Wailuku this
week from Lahaina.
Internal Revenue Collector, Roy
H. Chamberlain was in Wailuku this
week. He was here in connection
with the manufacture of wines by the
Kaupakalua Wine and Liquor Com
Ralph S. Johnstone came up from
Honolulu last week and is still on
Maui in the interest of the F deral
Charles L. Scrimger was a Wailuku
caller this week.
Norman Greig, chief engineer of
the Makaweli mill on Kauai wjs in
Wailuku Saturday. He has been
connected with the engineering de
partment at Makaweli for over eight
Dr. Derby, the dentiit has gone to
Lahaina where he will practice
dentistry for a few days before re
turning to Honolulu.
shivering in summer clothes, and
blacklisted by organized labor in
every town they visit? Hard luck
breeds naturally under such con
J. F. Morgan would be a good man
to look into the trouble and he would
use the relief money wisely. Advcr.
Stenm Laundry Announcement.
The Maui Steam Laundry Ltd.
wish to announce, that after cutting
all subscriptions for stock to $150.00
or Ws per shareholder, there re
mains a few i hares ofjs'ock which it
s desired should be distributed in
small blocks to those who desire it.
more particularly residents of Paia,
Kahului, ITamakuapoko and Maka-
wuo. ft was announced some weeks
ago through the columns of this pa
per that those desiring to take stock-
in the Laundry could obtain same by
making request through the officers
of the Company or to The First
National Bank of Wailuku and the
Compai y desires to take this oppor
tunity of stating that its policy has
been and will be to keep the stock
distributed as widely as possible
among the residents of Maui. The
lans of the Compnnv are taking
shapc and there are sevrral first
class laund.-vmen who have apiHird
for (lie pi sitio of manager, and it is
.iped that within a verv short time,
a manage" will be selected, and the
uilding and machinery put in placi
without delay- The indications are
for a successful business, and thnse
desiring stock will please make their
wants known to the Secretary, Mr.
D. II. Case, or tr The First National
Bank of Wailuku.
Dr. Sawyer made a short visit to
Honolulu leaving on Saturday
evening per Likelike retimed per
Mr. J. A. Scott, manager of Wai-
naku, Hawaii, was a spectator at
the Tennis Tournament. ,
Bishop Itestarick assisted by
Cannon Ault held service at the
Club House last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky, Miss
McGoman, Miss Schaefsr and Miss
Paty were visiting Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams the latter end oi last
The Band Question.
If there is any doubt about the
band being in a bad way, the thing
to do is to send a man to find out Its
status and give him money enough to
bring the organization back if he
For ourselves we think the bard
luck stories are true. Carrying from
forty to sii ty people on the road, in
the West, payir.g fares and hotel
bills, hiring theaters and meeting
incidentals, Is a job which an opera
manager would dodge unless he has
had an Eastern circuit to play in
Taken by itself the country between
the Mississippi and the Sierras is a
hard one for the best shows. What
must it be in winter for a ding dong
non-union brass band led by a dea
conductor, manued by hungry drum
mers and tooters who are visibly
ROBERTSON Mrs. Emma Robert
son, beloved wife of G. B. Robert
son, at the Livermore Sanitarium,
Livermore California, October TCth
19C6. Honolulu papers please copy.
Notice is hereby given that all
accounts due me for over thirty days
must be paid on or before Dec. 1st. or
such accounts will be turned over to
the First National Bank.
DAN T. CAREY.
Nov. 10-17-24-Dec. 1.
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and toullcler
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONE NO. 1. KAHUMJI, MAUI
Market Sxh tr. i Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands of
Celebrated Pritno & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
BECAUSE, t.hev get as good a
smoke for FIVE CENTS as they
used to for Ten Cents.
The last whiff is as good as the
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
It burns evenly.
We sell the ADELINA PATTI
Sole Honolulu Agents.
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Our complete line of Hawai
ian curios and souveniers
are on exhibition and sale.
Our toys and Christmas
presents are being rapidly
Another large shipment has
just arrived on the Nevadan.
Make your selections now
an d we will pack them away
for yon until you are ready
The Big Store with the Little Prices.