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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1906
Several piecos of choice real estate
iii Wailuku. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS.
On New Year's day, the "Aloha
Saloon" will serve its famous "Sara
toa Tunch" and the "Hilo Girl
Punch," the latest from the Rainy
City at Its old stand.
Lunch will be served also frfrm 11
a. m. to 2 p. rn. Nothing RAW.
A very pretty Christmas tree was
enjoyed by the pupils of the Sunday
School class of the Church of the
Gopa Shepherd'on Wednesday even
injjlflev. Ault and friends did every
thing possible to make the event a
memorable one to the children.
The Fitzpatrick Brothers of Ilono
lulu are selling an excellent grade of
cigars and pipes and make a spec
ialty of filling mail orders. Their
Adehna l'atti cigars are gaining in
favor every day.
The President of the Kaupakalua
Wine and Liquor Company positively
states that no wine has been sold
that was manufactured by his com
pany and that those parties in Uilo
who are offering a wine that they
claim to be the product from the
winery here are deceiving the par-chases.
Death of David Crowed.
David Crowell, the Jailor of Wai
luku died at his home of heart failure
last Saturday morning. He had been
unwell for nearly a year and his death
was not unexpected.
He was forty one years of age and
was born in Olaa Hawaii. He was a
carpenter by trade and at one time
worked on the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany's plantation, leaving that posi
tion to .iccept ttie position of Jailor
eleven years ago which position h?
held until his death.
He was a man universally respect
ed and hud many warm personal
He was an ideal jailor and combin
ed kindnest with firmness.
His funeral was largely attended
by all classes of people which went to
show in what high esteem he was
held: He was buried in the Wailuku
Cemetery on Sunday at two o'clock.
at its Banking House in Wailuku, on
Tuesday, January 22nd, 1507 at ten
o'clock A. M. '
C. D LUFKIN,
AmM, 'ifrlftnilt'Miliii j in n '
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting of tV .Stockholders
cf Th.e Lahaina National Bank, for
the purpose of electing directors for
the year 1907, and the transaction of
such other business as may come be
fore the meeting, will be held at its
Banking House in Lahaina, on Sat
urday .lauuary 2tith, l'.)07at3 o'clock
C. D. LUFKIN.
George W. Cai r, James L. Coke
and T. B. Lyons were among the list
of passengers detained on the McGre
gor Landing road last Friday night
by the washouts:
M. R. Pereira left town for.McGre
gors last Friday night expecting to
take the Kinau for Honolulu to spend
Christinas there with his family but
could not cross the swolen streams
and was compelled to stay out all
night. The next morning he walked
to Lahaina in time to catch the Like
like. S. Decker was disappointed in not
getting to Honolulu last week.
Supervisor elect. Kaiue, returned
from Honolulu last Saturday morn
Thomas Wilson, a son of Mrs: W.
E. Bal, returted home last Saturday.
He has been away five years and
during that time has- been all over
H. M. Coke and son, returned from
Honolulu last week.
T. M. Lloyd returned home from
Honolulu last Saturday where he
went as a witness before the Supreme
Court in the Cornwell-Kaiue contest.
W. A. Sparks returned home from
Honolulu last Friday from Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander were re
turning passengers to Haiku last
Misa Emma Sperling had a Christ
mas tree at the Puunene Hospital on
Christmas eve for the poor children
that was greatly appreciated by the
little people of the plantation. She
was assisted by many of the generous
people there end the tree was a
W. A. Baldwin was a returning
Dassenger from Honolulu last week.
' Ha was in attendance at the Farmers
Institute and the pine apples he took
down from the plantation of the Hai
ku Fruit and Packing Company took
aH the prizes for pines.
W. I. Wells returned from Hono
lulu last Saturday. He bad gone to
t.r. n tnt.o his brother H. M. Wells
to Queen's Hospital where an
operation was found necessary.
Attorney J. L. Coke lett for Hono
lulu Wednesday and will return to
day. He expecls to visit his family
soon, and will leave from Honolulu
on the 9th of January for the Coast.
Misa Millie Morris came up from
Honolulu accompanied by her niece,
Misa May Alana, and ia visiting her
sister, Mr8. Keola of Makawpo.
Mr8. Penhallow returned to Wai
luku last Saturday to spend Christ-
mas with ber son, H. B. Penhallow,
the assistant manager of the Wailuku
Brother Frank Wins.
The beautiful center piece that was
offered by A. Enos as a prize to that
teacher receiving the highest number
of votes was won by Brother Frank
of St. Anthony's school and present
ed to him on Christmas day.
There were over fifteen hundred
votes cast and many scattering votes
were cast for persons not eligible to
receive the prize even had they re
ceived the highest number of votes.
Among those were J. V. Kerr, D. H.
Davis, J. L. Cok, Lum Lung Max
Eckert, D. T. Carey, Dr. Dinegar,
Matt McCann, W. J. Coelho, Ben
.Guerrero, James Kirkland, R.'W.
Filler, W. T. Robi son, H. M. Coke,
George Mayfield, Mrs. Euos, George
aehracler, a-iu M. Vierra.
Those teachers receiving over ten
vot.es were, Brother Frank, 646;
Moses Kai;himuTiu,2fi8; Mrs. Cope
land, 117; Mrs. Harry, 65; Mrs.
McKay, 52; Miss Jennie Hansen, 31;
Tanaka, 17; Carrie Scholtz, 13; Mrs.
Austin, 20; Mrs. L. A. Sabey, 11;
Roena Hose, 20; Miss Zelie Rogers,
21; Miss Gertrude McCann 18.
The regular semi-annual meeting
of the "Hui Aina o Hunlo" will be
held at Hatnakuapoko Meeting House
ot the Hui on Friday, the 11th day of
January, 1907, at 10 o'clock a. in.
By order of the Board of Directors,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Dated, Dec. 20, 1906,
Dec. 22, 29. Jan. 5.
Ah Nim has filed a second appli
cation (tirst was refused) for a 5th
Class L'quor License at Waihee,
Wailuku, Maui. Any protests against
tho issuance of this license should be
filed in this office by Tuesday, Decem
ber 26ta 1906.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, T. II
Dfc. 7, 1906.
Baldwin National Bank of Kaliului.
Pursuant to Article 4 of the By
Laws of the Association, the regular
Ar.nual Meeting of the stockholders
of the Baldwin National Bank will be
held in the Banking House at Kahu
lui on Tuesday the 29th of January
1907. at 10 A. M.
Business. The Electianof Officers
for the ensuing year and any other
business that may be brought before
D. C. LINDSAY,
Dec. 29-Jan. 5-12-19.
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Notice is hereby given that the
Annua' Meeting of Stockholders of
The First National Bank of Wailuku,
for the purpose of electing directors
for the year 1907, and the transac
tion of such other business as may
come before the meeting, will be hold
Market SiRLt- Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25
CARD OF THANKS.
We the Employees of the Maui!
Telephone Co. at Wailuku, wish to
extend our thanks to the Subscribers
and Citizens of Wailuku for their
generous presents, received for
(J. H. G. BRAUN,
We ore now open for business at our
new office In the Masonic Building.
Our Warehouse is now complete and
we have filled it with
as well as
We now carry a full line of
BATHROOM FIXTURES and ACCESSORIES,
SANITARY APPLIANCES, ETC.,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINT BRUSHES, PAINTER'S SUPPLIES.
Call and see our exhibit or ring us up on the
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Kahului Railroad Co's
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A new pack of sugar Peas direct
from the Canneries the best ever
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They are just like fresh Peas from
II the vine, only 20c per can, 3 cans
n for 50 cents.
Also by Nevadan
Lo wney's Chocolate direct from
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the same as yon pay in Boston and
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h muw i uik. xi u pacnage ou, cem&,
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Also by Nevadan
A complete line of E. & W. Collars
all sizes, latest patterns.
Also by Nevadan
A new line of Graphofone records
Latest edition 10 inch size only 50
Shoes Shoes Shoes
Office, Masonic Bldg.
latest patterns and newest
Something to fit and please
The Bl Store with the Little Prices,
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Pants Pants Pants
A lirst-class article at a very low
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Many patterns to choose from. Gua
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