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SATURDAY, JANUARY &, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS-
Death of M. J. Keelen.
M. J. Keel?n died at li s home in
Watch for the new ad of the Wai
luku Cash Store next week. It wil"
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan.
8th, at the homo of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
The storm that has swept over the
island during the latter part of
December and the first of January
was one of the most severe that has
been seen here in years.
The County Central Committee of
the Republican partv will meet on
the 10th instant. All members of
the committee are expected to be
The Executive committee of the
Wailuku District Improvement As
sociation will meet next Tuesday
evening at the Court Room.
Waikapu at one o'clock P. M. Janu
arv 3rd after a short illness.
fie was a boiler maker Hy trade
and worked in such capacity up to
the time of his death. lie was of a
quiet disposition and was strictly
temperate in his habHs and had the
respect and good will of all who knew
nun. Me was born m iew urieans
n 1850 and when quite young went
j work for the Risdon Iron Works
of San Francisco with which com pitny
he remained twenty-two years. When
the iMak&weli plantation was started
he had charge of the laying of the
Hanapepe pipe lines for that planla
tion. After that work was complet
ed he worked for Clans Spreckels on
the H. C. & S. Co's plantation. He
recently completed a pipo line near
(lanalei Kauai for the electric Com
He leaves a wife and five chilidren
four of whom were by a former mar
W. B. Morton returned to Wailuku
last Saturday morning after an ab
Rence of atxiut two years. After leav
ing Wailuku Mr. Morton was for
some months on the Ilonokohau Ditch
and left there last soring to go to
California for the benefit of his health.
He is looking much better than when
he was here in Wailuku.
W. Lougher was in Wailuku New
Miss Lilly Murray arrived on the
last Claudine from Honolulu. She is
visiting in Puunene.
Father Stark came up on the last
Claudine from Honolulu and is stay
ing in Wailuku. His sermons are
much appreciated by those who have
A. J. Cass returned from the coast
last week and is closing up his in
terests on the island preparatory to
returning to Seattle where he has
considerable interests and where he
expects to make his future home. He
says Seattle is booming and they ex
pect to make it the largest city on
Salaries of some Teachers Ad
First Run to Sallna Cruz.
The great steam freighter, Ari-
zonan. will probably leave Kahului
tomorrow, Sunday for the first run
on the new route with sugar to Salina
Cruz where it will be shipped by rail
on the Tehuantepec Railroad across
Msxico and will then be reshipped to
This will be a creat saving in time
as the route around the horn is
long and stormy one.
The Arizonan carries more sugar
at one load than is yielded by the
average plantation in a year andean
bv the new route, get the same
quickly to the markets.
When the docks are completed at
Kahului the loading of the steamer
will be done much more quickly than
at present and at a much lower cost.
Notes from Paia.
Christmas festivities were celebrat
ed at Alexander House on the after
noon, and evening, of Saturday Dec.
22nd. Christmas eve appropirate
exercises were held at the Chinese
Church, over one hundred people be
The following evening the Japanese
connected with Rev. G. Tanaka's
Church welcomed Santa Claus at the
same church, with an audience of two
A pleasant evening was passed
with Santa Claus at the Chinese
Church at Paia Wednesday evening
and he continued his Visit to Maka
wao where on Friday evening he dis
tributes nis Christmas cheer, i rid
remembrances, to the Chinese at the
Lodge Moul No. 084. A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the Satur
day nifcht of each month nearest the
full morn, at 7. 'Ill P. M.
January meeting on the 'Jtitli.
Visiting brethern are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
I have this day appointed W. 15.
Scott, Esq., Pound Master for the
Government Pound situate at Kaupo,
Hiina, Island of Maui, T. H., Vice J.
W. Kawaakoa resigned.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Department of Public Works.
Honolulu, December 17, 190(1.
SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE
Makawao Maui, T. H. Dec. 28, 1901!.
Mr. fl. M. Coke,
Editor of Maui News,
J. wish you would thank rr.y Re
publican friends who donated to the
Ulupalakua School children's Christ
mas fund. Last Monday, the 24th,
we had a very pretty Christmas
tree In the schoolroom at Ulupala
kua. The childreuand seme of the
parents were present and were
greatly delighted. Iain
J. P. Cockett.
The Board of Education met in
Honoluln Dec. 31, and transacted a
arge amouut of business. There
were present at the meeting Sup
erintendent Babbitt, Commissioners
Mrs. J. M. Dowsett, W. R. Fai ring
ton, Frank Dodge and David Ai, and
Normal inspectors King and Baldwin.
On account of the accident to Nor
mal Inspector Wells, who fell over a
pali on Maui some time ago, it was
necessary for the Board yesterday to
appoint someone to fill his place tem
porarily until he recovers sufficiently
from his injuries to resume his posi
tion. J. C. Davis was appointed to
fill the place. Mr. Davis was at one
time an inspector, ana later was
Superintendent ol Public Instruction
and afterwards resigned.
Mrs. Tamar Hussey, who has
taught for 23 years, holding a third.
class certificate, was granted an
honorary life eertilicate. Miss Alice
West, holder of a second class certi
ficate, and who has taught for 27
years, was also granted a similar
Life certificates were granted to
Cvril O. Smith, who has taught for 17
years, eleven of which have been un
der a first class certificate; and to
Thomas Aiu of Kuilua, who has
taught 18 years.
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent at
the Leper Settlement, Molokai, was
appointed school agent for the Set
tlernent. This was done owing to
the fact that the other school agent
on Molokai has his headquarters on
another part of the island and is not
able to go to Kalaupapa as frequent
ly as he should. McVeigh's salary
was placed at $1 a month.
Salaries of. several teachers were
adjusted on account of increased
work. Those dealt with were the
Mrs. Rose Aiau, Waialua; Miss Ka
lei Ewaliko, Kaiwiki; Mrs. Chas.
King, Olaa 12-Miles; Miss Quinn, Pa
hala; Robert Kihoi, vVaimei;Eugeue;
Capellas, Hakalau; Manuel De Corte,
Keauhou; Mrs. Omsted, Waimea;
Miss Kaipu, Koolau; Miss Lima, Ka
Several changes have recently oc
curred in the Hamakua district of
Hawaii, it being necessary to nil
number ot places at once, Normal
Inspector Kin2 was authorized to
make the changes on his trip to Ha
waii this week, the appointments be
ing approved by the Board. Follow
ing are appointment:
Mrs. Jane Olnev, Ahualoa; Miss
Elvira Osoria, Pepeekeo; Mrs. David
Marsh, Papaikou; Miss Agnt Kama
kawiwoole, Paauhau; Miss Francis
Greenfield, Honokaa; Mrs. Yahagi
hara. Koo'.au; Miss Gertrude Top
ham, Kilauea; Miss Lydia Maey
The resignations of Miss Christian
ot the Hanamaulu school, Kauai, and
that of Chas. G. Williams of Honokaa
were accepted. The former is to be
married and the latter intends going
to the mainland to study.
Miss Dunn was transferred from
Koloa to Kalaheo and Miss Aylet
was transferred from Hanapepe to
Koloa. Miss Ticer is to be trans
ferred from Kilauea to Hanapepe, in
case she desires to accept the ap
poiptrr.ent to the latter school.
George Maxwell is an appliean
for thH position of asaiMnnt Jailor.
In accordance with Section 41, of
an Act of Congress entitled An Act
to Provide a Government for the
Territory of Hawaii, approved ri
April 30, A. D. 1!)U0, the next Re
gular Session of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii will convene
in Honolulu on February 20, 1907,
he third Wednesday in February.
Such session shall continue not loiu;er
than sixty days, excluding Sundays
G. R. CARTER,
Honolulu, January 2, l!K)7.
Fine Job Printing at the
Maul Publishing Co.
All Notaries Public, holding com
missions as such not issued by E. C.
Peters, Attorney General of the
Territory of Hawaii, will please pr
emier the same a t the office of the
Attorney General and secure new
JOHN M. KEA,
Clerk. Department of the Attorney
Honolulu, Dec 31. lSMHi.
If the partv who took .seven dozen
plates from the Kuijhts of Pythias
Hall will return the same no ques
tions will be asked.' t. f.
Ah Nim has filed a second appli
cation ftirst was refused) for a 5th
Class L'quor License at 'Waihee,
Wailuku, Maui. Any protests against
the issuance of this license should be
filed in this office by Tuesday, Decem
ber 2Cth 190G.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, T. II
Dec. 7, 1900.
Mauket Siut . Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seatte
25c 2 Glasses 25c
s"l 1 .V
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aD
Invention is probably patentable. Cuiiiniulnca
tmus strictly cnnddeiitlal. HANDBOOK on I'uleuu
sent free. Oldest airency fur securing patents.
Patents taken throuvh Munil A Co. recelTa
tptcuU notice, without charge. In the
A hiuilan.f!y illustm'pd wot Wlv. Invest rlr
nilHtK.it of any 'ifiitii1- .firimj. T"fiiis. f ( h
jre:.r: fmr nioiiibu, L tJuy ull iit'Ueih hW-ta.
Branch unite. 25 V St.. Washiuulon. p. C.
Supervisor Church arrived in town
Wednesday to attend the meeting of
thp Board of Supervisors but as the
roads are washed out none of the
other members were present at the
morning session and it was necessary
to await the arrival of Router before
any business could be transacted.
55 ' A Ye
advised you of goods to ar
rive by the No vadan. These ha ve
not yet reached us but we ex
pect them next week. Through
a typographical error in our ad
vertisement last week our price
for phonograph records was
given at 50 cents which should
have been 00 cents.
The first of next week we will
place on sale a new line of fancy
crackers. The supply is limit
ed. Orders should be
Another shipment of Mike
Wright cigars has arrived. For
smokers who appreciate this
fine cigar we are able to furnish
them in boxes of 50 cigars.
Are you thinking of refur
nishing your house or odd cor
If so our Furniture depart
ment should be consulted for
suggestions and ideas for you
will certainly be satisfied with
Our prices, quality consider
ed are always the lowest.
The Bi Store with the Little Prices.