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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1906
An then' are no further rases ol
diptheria schools will open Monday.
The various charges against A. P.
Taylor and R. O. Mathcson of the
Advertiser staff, arising out of the
exposure of the Akwai gambling joint
on Ueretania avenue, were to have
been heard in the police court Fri
day. Owing to the absence of
Judge Gear, the counsel agisting tin
prosecution, the casts were adjourn
ed until Monday afternoon. On Mon
day the case was tried and the defen,
lanls were both acquitted.
The contest for the M st Popular
School Teacher on Maui continue
and the friend of the various teach
ers have taken great interest and
are daily casting 'heir voles. Re
member that for every 25c fish pur
chase you make you are entitled to
New goods hav- been received and
more are soon exurcted. Come and
look ever the assortment of postal
A. ENOS, The Pioneer Store.
The Maui Wine and Liquor Com
pany hnr received a special line of
wines and liquois for the holiday
trado and ore hotter 'prennred than
ever for thp occasion.' Goods will be
delivered at any lime at your I'oor.
The Christmas toys of the Kahului
Store are the finest selection ever
se'en on the island. Many selections
are being made now and will be de
livered at any time the purchaser
' The Wailuku Cash Store is dcing a
good business and carries a stock. ot
goods that meets the wish s of the
Those making cash purchases of
A. Enos are taking a lively interest
in the voting contest for the most
popular teacher on Maui.
Superintendent E. B. Carley was
at work this week installing new
telephones in the Miui Hotel.
Preparations are in readiness for
the equipment of the Maui Steam
Laundry. Mr. C. D. Lufkin went to
Honolulu this week in connection
with the same.
A Portuguese woman was saved
from drowning last week in Kabul ui
harbor by Stafford Wrenn who see
ing the woman siuk twice in the
water swam to her rescue with a
board and then swam to the shore
and secured a long rope and got her
ashore. The woman was badly ex
hausted and frightened and says she
would have drowned but for the
timely recue by the boy.
A hail storm visited Kaupo last
Saturday, being the first seen on the
loweJevels on this island in seven
The Kaupo residents are delighted
with the wharf and approach just
completed at Mokulau. The approach
jusS built may be driven over by a
light wagon while the old route was
such that the landing could only be
reached by footmen or by pack
The members of Aloha Lodge No.
3. K. of P. will nominate t heir officers
tonight and hold their annual elec
tion of officers two weeks from to
night. A full attendance is especial
lv desired at each meeting.
Father Stephen returned to Hono
lulu from Hana via Wailuku by last
UP COUNTRY NOTEK.
Nakihei's child of Puleliuiki, Kula,
died of diphtheria last Monday night
after two weeks of sickness. Dr
Sawyer of Puuneue was called and
pronounced the trouble diphtheria
and ordered the residence quaran
The child had been in Wailuku and
came home sick about two weeks be
fore its death.
Measles have broken out in Kalua-
Dui and Paia as well as being epide
mic in Hamakuapoko. Sore throat
is common among the Makawao school
Last Friday a mountain pi)''?
consisting of Misses Steele, Cunnirg
ham, Michie, and Orraerod aud Mrs.
D, T; Fleming and Geo. Steele visited
the summit of Haleakala- They had
beautiful views of the cr ater and re
turned on Saturday. -
On New year's there will be a ten
nis tuurnment, mixed doubles ut Ha
makuapoko on the courts of II. A.
Baldwin and S. E. Taylor.
8aved from the 8eu.
An aged Chinaman was discovered
in the sea near the slaughter per. be
tween town and Kahului on Wednes
dav aftet noon bv Patrick Cockett.
The man wa evidently trying to
Irown himself and as he was too fat-
out among the breakers to allow of
his rescue he went for assistance and
meeting H. M. Coke told him of the
man. Mr. Coke telephoned the
police for help and vent at once to the
scene of the trouble where he found
Aipnlena a native cowboy of Kula
ind got him to go into the sea for
tie drowing man. Aipalena proved
lo tie a skilled horseman and without
ny hesitancy swam his horse through
breakers trial, would have been fata
to many rideis ns well as horses and
graboing the unfot lunate man by the
queue hefturned his horse about and
swam buck to the shore with the man
in to It was sight well worth see
ing, tlit horse swimming through the
breakers with the rider sitting as
unconcerned on the horse as if he
were riding in a park. On reaching
'he shore he called for help and II.
M- Coke ran in and pulled the man
o the shore where he tried to tight
but was over powered ami carred by
i number of ro;id workmen and
thrown into a hack and taken to jil.
I'he ImcK was nit t a short distance
from the scene by police officers
Rogers and Paikaka. The man prov
ed to be tin; same person who tried
to commit suicide in Kahului about
tho first of October by cutting his
throat and then jumping into the sea.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLYING
'Sealed tenders for furnishing the
following supplies for the Wailuku
Jail for the term of one year will be
received at the office of the Jailor,
Wailuku up to Dec. 29th 190G, 10 a.
m. as follows:
1st and 2nd quality beef per lb.
Pork " "
1st ur.d 2nd " Salmon " Bbl.
Hawaiian Rice per " Bg.
No 1 and No 2Is'and Sugar per Bg.
Saloon pilot " lb.
Soap per box.
The bidder must be prepared to
furnish a satisfactory bond in the
sum of $500 for the continued and ro
gular delivery of any or all of said
supplies bid for. The right to reject
any or all bids is hereby reserved.
For further information apply to
David Crowell, Jailor, Wailuku.
Dec. 8, 15, 22.
As provided for in Chapter 45 of
the Revised Laws of Hiwau 1905,
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June
30, 1906, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of Jan
uary 1907. '
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon, which rates
remain unpaid Feb. , 15, 1907, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt Wailuku & Kahului.
Wailuku, Dec. 8, 1906.
Dec. 8, 15, 22.
Notice is hereby given that hav
ing decided an Exchange of the Pub
lie Lands on the Island of Lanai to
be advisable. The Commissioner of
Public Lands is prepared to receive
offers of other lands that are equal
in value to those of Lanai, aud of
greater immediate service to the
Tsrritorial Government, from any
responsible person, up to and includ
ing Saturday the Fifteenth day of
G. R. CARTER,
Ho.iolulu, November 28th, 1906
Dec. 8, 15.
PROCLAMATION OF FOREST
RESEKVE IN THE DISTRICT
OF IIANA, ISLAND OF MAUI.
f. Under and by virtue of tire auth
ority vested in me by the pinvisions
of Chapter 28 of tho Revised Laws of
the Territory of Hawaii, enacted
February !??, 1905, and amended by
Act 115 of rlirj Session Laws of the
Legislature of 1905, enacted April
26, 1905, and of every other power
me hereunto enabling', I, GEORGE
R. CARTER, Governor of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, having duly given
the notice and held the hearing as in
aid Acts provided, do hereby ap
rove as a Forcss Roserve those
certain pieces of government land
lying on the Eastern slope of Kt.
Haleakala, on the Island of Maui,
bounded on the West and North by
the Koolau District, oi. the East by
aline following approximately the
lowtr edge of the eiisting forest
across the liana District, on the
South by the Kipahulu District, hi
the District of Hana, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, more particu
larly described by and on maps made
in March 1906 by the Hawaiian Gov
ernment Survey Departmci.t, which
maps are now on file in the said Sur
vey Department and marked "Re
gistered Maps Nos. 1268 and 1750"
ind "liana Forest Reserve, Maui,"
and a description acoinpanviug the
same, numbered C. S. F. 1690 which
Slid description, now on file in the
said Survey Department, is us fol
lows: Beginning at Puu Hinai, a hill on
the boundary of Hana ar.d Koolau
districts, ar.d the Southeast corner
of the land of Ulaino, (L. C. A. 8515
1 to Jvanehoa), and running as shown
on Government Survey Registered
Map No. 1750.
1 In a Southeasterly direction
across the lands of Makapuu (Gov
ernment), West Honomaele (fee sim
ple), Ji.ust Honomaele, Kawela, Kae
leku (all government), to a point on
the shoulder of the hill called Olopa-
wa, luiiu feet JNortheast of the Gov
ernment Survey Trig. Station "Olo
z Thence .southeasterly across
the Government lands of Honokalani,
vvakiu i nu Kawaipapa to a point on
the pali of the Kawaipapa Gulch at
the .Northwest corner of Grant 31a4
3 Thence along the following
grants; 3154 to Kahoomakaulii, 3193
toC.Makani et. el., 883 to G. P.
Judd; and L. C. A. 443 to Richardson,
to the bouthwtst corner of L. C. A.
443 to Richardson.
4 Thence Southerly across the
fee simple lands of Aleamai (L. C. A.
S660 to Kukamauna no Kakiinakalii)
and Haneoo (L. C. A. 8525 B to Kau
wa) to the Northwest corner of
Grant 2879 lo John Rae.
5 Thence across said Gr-ant to
its Southwest corner.
6 Thence across Government-
land of Kauio to a point on the
Northern boundary of Government
land of Waiohonu.
7 Thence Southwesterly across
Waiohonu to a point on its South
boundary, where the line makes an
8 Thence across Government
lands of Puuiki-Papahawahawa to a
point on the Northeast boundary of
Muolea (U C. A. 8403 to Keohokalo
le) where said boundary turns almost
9 Thence across Muolea (L. C.
A. 8452 to Keohokalole) to the
Northwest corner of Grant d2 to hi.
10 Thence along mauka boundary
of Grant 382 to E. Whittlesey.
11 Thence across Government
land of Wailua to Northwest corner
of Grant 110ft to C. A. Bouillon.
12 Thence along mauka boundary
Grant 1165 to C. A. Bouillon to
said Grant's Southwest corner.
13 Thence acrcss Government
lands of Paehala and Puaaluu to the
boundary between the districts of
Hana and Kipahulu.
14 i hence lollowing up said dis
trlct boundary until it intersects
with the boundaries of Koolau, Ha-
makualoa, Wailuku, Honuaula, ha
hikinui and Kaupo districts at the
large rock on the Northeast brink of
the crater of Haleakala, called Pa
15 Thence down Haua-Koolau
boundary to initial point.
Approximate Area 14,825 acres.
And I do hereby set apart as tho
Hana Forest Reserve those portions
of the government lands known as
Puaaluu, Paehala, Wailua, Waioho
nu, Kakio, Wakiu, East Honomaele,
Puukai-Papahawahawa, and Hana
Forest Tract (unleased part); End
also any other remnants of govern
ment land not under lease, within the
metes and bounds of the above des
cribed Hana Forest Reserve.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the seal of the Territory of Ha
waii to be affixed.
Done at the Executive ttuilding,
in Honolulu, this 30th day of
November, A. D. 1906.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
Lly the Governor,
A. L. C. Atkinson,
Secretary of Hawaii.
I FOK THE
The Bi Store with the Little Prices.
Embroidered Oriental Center
Lace Sc.irfs and Embroidered
Ladies' Collars and Collarets
. Eine Handkerchiefs
Gent's Importc'd French Handkerchiefs
Oriental Couch Covers
Fancy Pin Cushions
Ribbons from No. 1 to No. 80
Japanese Silk, all shados,
Fino Crepe Silk, the latest thing in dress fabrics, 35c yd.
Damask Linen Table Cloths and Napkins in sets,
$5.50 to $10.50 per sot
Royal Irish Linen - 35c to 1.10 yd.
Art Linens 50c to $1.50
and many novelties that arc on exhibition now. Mako
your selection early. -
Our lino is now complete and
is the largest assortment ever
shown on Maui.
IHliw ii inn J i 'Htm imm
Pieces $5.00 to $20.00
Berthas 3.75 to 12.00
25t to 10,00
154; to 50t
50c to 75c.
$4.50 to $5.00
1.75 to 2.25
50c to 1.50
15c bolt to 25c yd.
35c to 75c yd.