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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1906
Manager C. B. Wells is contem
plating giving a grand ball in the
new mill on the evening rf the first
A good rain on Wednesday night
and Thursday have laid the dust and
will Im rove the feed of the ranges.
All claims against the County
should be filed with the County Clerk
on or before the 30th instant.
The Knights ol Pythias meet to
night. They will have work in one of
the degrees. ' -
L.ee Hop has begun work upon the
new Chinese parsonage which is being
erected upon the lot, belonging to the
Chinese mWs.on. The building will
bo a neat frame, structure twenty
nine feet by twenty five, and Is to be
placed on the east side of the Chinese
For your Thanksgiving Dinner I
have the following:
Fresh Cranberries, Cranberries in
jars and tins, Plum Pudding in tins,
Boston Brown Bread in tins, None
Such Mince-Mt at. in packages, Cur
Vice Brothers Mince Meat in jius,
H.'inz' Mince Meat in tins and jars,
Tia anion Mince-Meat, in j.irs.
Sweet Odor in quarts umt pints"
Dried Apples, Apt ipols, IVaehc
and Prunes, Nuts, Raisins and Cur
If a Ham or Bacon is too much for
your use, I will cut them for you.
The Pioneer Store.
The Pail Social Club will give a
twcial at Paia on Friday the 30th. A
, vocal hi d musical programme is ar
ranged, and some of the best musical
talent on Maul will help to make the
evening a pleasant one to everybody.
A platform will be erected on the
lawn for dancing purposes. There
will also be a Bazar end all are pro
mised a good time. Free trains will
C. J. Austin gives up the position
of assistant to Alexander Craw, en
tomologist and inspector of the
Board of Agriculture, to become
manager of the Hawaiian American
Rubber Co.'s plantation. Adver
Delegate Kuhio in an interview
expresses confidence that he, un
aided, can land the Refunding Bill at
the coming session. He thinks it
would dot be a good idea to have any
body here sending messages to Speak
er Cannon about it. "It would pro
bably only antagonize him," the
Delegate thinks. Advertiser.
The road men are hauling dirt
from a lot on Market street to the
new fire" station and jail aud are
filling in the front of the same.
The offices in the jail builing will
be ready for occupancy by the first
of January and the County officers
will then vacate the offices uow oc
cupied by them.
The Wailuku Cash store is selling
Holly Flour in ten pound bags, just
what the small families require in
order to have fresh flour on hand at
An Innovation on Maul.
Mrs. Daniels and her two daughters
Nancy and Ellen of Puunene are
residing in Wailuku at present.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crozier und
family of Wailuku are at the Hawi
Plantation, Kohala. Mr. Crozier
as accepted the position of sugar
Miss Helen Wreun and her niece
Miss Lucile Wreim left this week
from Honolulu for the coast.
Dan Conway has been on Maui this
week in the interest of T. II . Davies.
Cecil Brown and family were on
Maui this week.
B. F. Dillingham has boen on Maui
Countv Attorney D. II. Case went
to Honolulu last weok to attend to
Itgal business and is expected back
Dr. R. H. Dinpar has purchased
not her automobile, a Buick, that
presents a fine appearance.
C. B. Wells has his automobile in
epair again and is using it In coll
ection with his duties on the planta
Archie L G ago of S;vn Francisco
again on Maui und is lntorviow nig
the bliioksmi; lis for the hem fit of hi-
B. Waggoner is on Maui this week
in the interests of H. Hack fold & Co.
E. A. Cant of Hilo was in town
Miss Irene Dickson of Honolulu
was in Wailuku some days this week.
Mrs. A. C. Pferdner was a Wailu
ku caller this week.
Mrs. H. E. Kelsey was in town'this
week from Honolulu.
' Billey" Bailey the sugar boiler
for the Waimca Sugar Company re
turned home for a visit lust week.
Philip C. W-ng, representing the
Flustcd Directory, is cn Maui this
wpek taking orders for the directory
and getting new data for the same.
The marriage of Miss Ragna Aars
of Puunene to Mr. F. T. Crawford of
Honolulu will take place on Thursday,
Nov. 29, Thanksgiving Cay, at resi
dence of Mrs. C. Hansen, Puunene.
A voting contest to decide the
most DODular teacher on Mi ui will
be started next Monday by A. Enos,
the popular merchant of Wailuku.
The teacher receiving the highest
number of votes from that date to
the evening of December 24rd at 7
o'clock, will be awarded a beautiful
handworked table center piece. The
piece is on display at his store.
With every cash purchase of goods
to the amount of twenty-five cents
you receive a ticket with which you
can vote for your favorite teacher
A sealed box has been obtained
and the keys of the same will be plac
d in the vault of the Wailuku Nat
ional Bank and on the closing of the
contest will be turned over to three
judges who will then count the votes
and decide the wiuner.
Now is the time to show your p
ference for the most popular teacher
The annual meeting of the Maui
Teachers' Association will be held In
the Wailuku School House, on Mon
'day, December 3rd, 190G, at 10
o'clock A. M. An interesting pro
gramme has been arranged, and a
full tattendance is expected. The
public are cordially Invited to attend
' the sessions of this meeting.
Japanese Correspondent on Maui.
Mr. N. Nakamura is on Maui and
and will remain some weeks in the
interest of the Koku Mim, a Japanese,
daily paper published in Tokio.
Five years ago Mr. Nakamura left
Tokio as a traveling correspondent
and has traveled ail over the world
isiting every country of any conse
quence in Asia, Africa, Europe,
North America and South America.
In the United States he visited every
state in the Union and has done a
great deal of writing for his home
He. says he prefers some of the
countries of Europe and scrje of the
States of the Union to any of the
places he has seen.
He will remain some weeks on
Maui and will then go to Hawaii
after which he will go to Australia,
the Philippines, and New Zealand
before returning to his home. This
wi I have given him the opportunity
to see practically every country in
the world and have extended over a
period of over six years.
Notice is hereby given that James
Munro, Esq., has been appointed
District Forester and District Fire
warden in and for the Island of Mo
lokai, excepting that portion between
the lands of Pukoo nnd Halavva, in
clusi v e.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary & Executive Officer,
Board of Agriculture & Forestry.
EXCHANGE OF LANAT' LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that a
general public meeting will bo held
in the Executive Rooms at 3:30
o'clock on the afternoon of Monday,
November the 2tith, to freely discuss
the advisability of making an ex
change of the lands of Lanai, or to
condemn such a project.
All parties who are interested and
ho care to offer suggestions are
invited to bo present. A free and
full expression of views is desired
either in person or by correspon
dence. -G. R CARTER,
Honolulu, November 9th, 190(5.
TION. Tu conformity with Established
Ciist'im, and in Accordance with Re
ligious Sentiment, I hereby Proclaim
m.d Designate Thursday, the 29ih
day of November, 190(1, as Thanks
giving Day, and recommend the sett
ing apart of Said Day in the Same
Spirit that has characterized its
observance throughout the U.iited
States during many generations.'
Let us show our gratitude for the
Fortunate Conditions under which
we are living, for the Benefits that
have been Bestowed upon us and for
the Great Gift of Good Health, by
remembering the Poor and Needy,
by-- the Suspension of Labor, by
Friendly Intercourse, and by thank
ing . Almighty God for His loving
kindness and His manifold t lessings.
In Witness Whereof, I have here
unto set mv hand and caused the
Great Sealof the Territory (if Ha
waii to be affixed at the Executive
Building, in Honolulu, this Twelfth
day of November, i.i the Year of our
Lord One Thousand Nino Hundred
and Six, and of the Independence of
the United States of America the
One Hundred nnd Thirty-first
Seal G. R. CARTER,
Three bright office rooms with.
toilet and running water and acef-
ene light over First National Bank
bf Wailuku, can be had after January
First Natioral Bank of Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wescoatt
have returned from the Beach House
after an enjoyable visit.
Mrs. Win. Sear by left on Wednos-
dav for Paia to spend a few days
with Mrs. Lowell.
Messrs J. N. S. Williams, Wm
Searby J. B. Thompson, Wm. Savage
and II. Rice left last week for Hono
lulu to attend the Plauters meeting
and are expected to return today.
Fancy Work Sale.'
TheMakawao Ladies' Aid iSociety
will hold a sale of fancywork, ice
cream, lemonade, and candy at Mrs.
E. B. Car ley's Paia residence on Fri
day evening, Nov. 30. f-
There will, also, be a dancing pavi
lion on the grounds.
Admission to every thing free:
Free trains will be ruu from Wai
luku, Kahului, and Puunene.
SCOTT." To the w if J of Mr. W. G
Scott of Paia, Maui, a daughter
Nov. 22, 190U. ,
Livery and Boarding Stables
FIRST CLASS RIGS and HORSES
DRUMMERS LIGHT WAGONS
We do a general Express Business
Tel. No. 282.
Joe Doreo, Manager.
1?m' Traoc Mbk
Anyone send Inn a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain Our opinion free whether ao
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions HtrtctlycontMentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest tuuncy for securm? patent.
Patents token through Atuim A Co. recelra
tptexal notice without chanre, lu the
A handsomely Illustrate weofcty. I.arepjt cir
culation of anv HiMfiiitiie l.Mironl. Tornis. (3 a
your: four months. L tiuLU by all nowadcatera.
MUNN & Co.36'0- Now York
branch UMw K St- Wasblim(ou. l. C.
BECAUSE, they get as Ood a
smoke for FIVE CENTS as they
used to for Ten Cents.
The last whiff is as jjood as the
WrHY NOT TRY ONE?
It burns evenly.
We sell the ADELINA l'ATTI.
Sole Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL and FORT STS.
For one week commencing Nov-,
ember 20, we will sell:
at a reduction of 25 per cent to make
room for our new stock which has
just arrived by the steamer Nevadan.
This sale will positively close at
the end of the week.
TOYS TOYS TOYS
For the past week we have been
unpacking our shipment of Toys
and the entire line will be plac
ed on sale at once.
Order now and we will pack the
goods and put them away until
you are ready for them.
A large stock oh hand for pres
ents to your friends in the States.
Prices lower than ever.
The Bi Store with the Little Prices,