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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1907
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan.
15th, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mood. ALICE NICHOLSON,
Roads in Kahului last week were In
a disgraceful condition. In case
something isn't done soon the resi
dents there may be expected to reg
ister a decided kick.
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
K. B. Doge on Tuesday afternoon
January 15th. at 2:30.
, KATHRYN M. CASE,
The Elks will .meet at the Maul
Hotel tonight for ' the purpose of
arranging for the reception of the
members from Honolulu who ere to
visit Maul In a body soon.
Th Knights of Pythias installed
their officers on Wednesday of this
week. All of the officers who were
elected on the night of December 22
Volcanic Glow seen from Wailuku.
On Thursday night about twelve
o'clock a bright glow was noticed in
the direction of Ulupalakua and at
first parties thought the dwellings at
the ranch of Dr. Raymond were on
fire. By telephone it was learned
that was not the case and parties at
Malcena were called up and they
stated that the fire was on Hawaii
about one hundred and thirty miles
from Wailuku. Later the glow be
came very much larger and it was
plainly evident that the glow from
one of the YolcanoeB of Hawaii was
what was se"en.
Many people stayed up until nearly
morning to see the strange light. It
is believed that unusual volcanic
activity prevailed on the big island
PERSONAL MENTION. .
' PataNtokt.'the Deputy Sheriff of
Molokal has been in town for some
Johii Kallio was In town Thursday.
Leon H. Cook has resigned bis pos
ition with the Kahului Railroad.
Poswffice Inspector Hare was in
town this week.
C. L. Scrlmger was in town this
week from Lahaina and expects to
leave next week for the coast where
he 18 interested in the S. T. S. Oil
Co. of Oakland.
Dr. Moloney, A. N. Hayselden, and
W. Decoto were over from Lahaina
last week to attend the annual meet
ing of the Eoolau Rubber Company.
A. J. McLeod was in from Kihel
Sunday. He was accompanied by A.
Gerner and Charles Strohlin.
C. Hansen, H. I. Shoemaker, and
F. P. Rosecrans were among the
visitors to Wailuku this week from
W. O. Aiken was a Wailuku caller
R. C. Searle was In. town Wednes
T. M. Church was in town Thurs
D. H. Kahaulelio was in town this
week from Molokal. He says he has
left the Home Rule Party for all
tune and is now a Republican and
will remain true to the party.
Managei James Scott was in tdwn
this week to attend the meeting of
the Republican County Committee.
. Supervisor Meeting.
The first meeting of the new Board
of Supervisors of the county of Maul
that was elected last November was
held on Monday of this week with all
of the members present.
The bonds of the officers was pre
sented to Circuit Judge A. N. Kepoi
kal and were all accepted by him and
he then swore In all of the Supervis
The meeting was then called to or
dr bv Wm. Hennine and he was at
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once chosen chairman of the new
board and 3. E. Kalue was chosen
The Board then took up the matter
of the bonds of the County officer
AU were upruveu uuu iud uewijr
offiMH wprp kwnrn in.
County Engineer Howell had his
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nd placed on file as was the report
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The County Engineer was Instruct
ed to repair Immediately, the dama
ges to the various roads by the re
The Clerk was authorized to pur
chase necessary supplies tor the new
A committee of the Wailuku. Dis
trlct Improvement Association then
aited on the Board In the enforce
ment of the laws relative to cruelty
to animals and also in support of a
plan to have a county nursery and
the encouragement of tree planting.
A resolution was then carried
dividing Makawao into two road dis
The County Board signified its
willingness to finish thn outer part of
the Jail and offices provided the
Superintendent of Public Works will
agree to deduct the amount so ex
pended from the rental of the build
The Sheriff recommended the &p
pointment ot the following police for
E. II . Rogers, Sheriffs Clerk, W.
H. Rogers, Lieutenant; John Paika
ka, Lieutenant. The following of
ficers were appointed: John Brown,
Constable; S. K. Kawaihoa, L. Pa
lea, M. Sequeira, Kamaka Kallianu,
Moses Makaiwl, W: E. Maikai, Wm.
Keanu, Wm. Feuerpeil, W. B. Har
dy, D. K. Napuunoa, Corda Sardinha,
Sol. Aikau, Captain; G. P. Nehe
mia, D. P. Kaeo, S. K. Kauihou, E.
Kahakauila, J. Kaili. J. K. Kapoi, E.
R. Kelke, H. K. Kaalokea.
James Roberts, Captain; Wm. Ka-
luakini, station clerk; Charles Hoo-
pii, G. K. Paooaoa, Pia Kauhane,
Aug. Reimann, Ed. Waioholo, D.
Kaopuiki, D. Taylor, S. K. Mookini.
H. Kahiamoe, Captain, P. Kalei,
L. Papoko, E. Forsythe, Charles
Moltino, Hoopii Nanihe, J. S. Souza,
James Brown, Isaac Wallace.
MOLOKAI DISTRICT. .
A. K. Lamauna, H. R. Meyer, W.
K. Kaai, J. H. Napapa, Akoni Kea
ka, Z. Pali, Kaalouahi.
The Board raised the pay of one of
the officers in Wailuku and one in
Lahaina five dollars each,
W. B. Hardy was raised to $30.00
The Sheriff was authorized to offer
a reward for the apprehension of
persons charged with serious offences
but such reward not to exceed $25
The Sheriff and the County Attor
ney were instructed to instruct the
police in their duties.
S. E. Kaiue was appointed a Com
mittee of one to report on the County
xne matter oi appointments or a
number of officers for various posi
tioDs was deferred until the next
meeting of the Board.
All Executors Administrators and
Guardians, appointees of the Second
Circuit Court, are hereby directed to
forthwith file their accounts as such
Executors Administrators and Guar
dians, as directed in their respective
By the Court,
EDMUND H. HART,
Wailuku, Maui, January Uv 1907.
Jan. 12, 19, 26.
Union Church Elects Officers.
A business meeting of the Church
and congregation of the Union Pro
testant Church of Wailuku was held
at the close of the preaching service
last Sunday evening. The following
officers were elected to serve until
Trustees: Manager Chas. B. Wells,
Edward H. Bailey, Daniel H. Case.
Treasurer: Judge Wm. A McKay
Financial Committee: C. E. Copeland
and Henry B. Penhallow.
The financial year of the Church
has been a good one, with a consider
able balance left is the treasury after
all bills have been paid.
The question of improving the
Church building and grounds was
discussed. It was decided to leave
Improvements in the hands of the
The Church has recently received
from Central Union Church of Hono
lulu a supply of hymn books, for
which a vote of thanks was taken.
Laura P. Reynolds, grandmother
of the boys and Mrs. R T. White,
their greatgrandmother. Manager
Charles B. Weils, Mr. Ward Wells,
and Mrs. R. B. Dodge were also
Eight Hawaiian Mules well broken
to harness. Apply at this office.
Notice is hereby riven that the
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Hygeia Soda and Ice Works
Company, Limited, for the purpose
of electing directors for the year
1907, and transaction of such other
business as may come before the
mpeting, will be held at the Baldwin
National Bank, Kahului, on Mon
day January 28, 1907 at 3 o'clock P.
s W. A. ENGLE,
Escapes and is Caught.
John Rodrigues completed his term
in prison just five weeks ago and on
the the day of his release was arrest
ed on the charge of stealing a revol
ver belonging to Edmund H. Hart.
He was convicted and sentenced to
one year in the jail. At the end of
four weeks he escaped from the road
overseer and made for Waiehu . This
was on Monday of this week. The
following night the Paia store was
burglarized and about five hundred
dollars worth of watches, jewelry,
and other goods were taken. A day
or two later Rodrigues was seen in a
hack headling for Kula. He gave
the driver a gold watch for bis fare
which turned out to be one of the
watches stolen from the Paia Store.
On Thursday night he applied to
Louis Santiago of Camp Five for
food. Santiago gave him a shirt and
as he put his head and arms into it
be and another man overpowered
bim aLd brought him to Jail. He
claims to have had a confederate
who went to Honolulu with most of
Lodge Maul No. 98. A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the Satur
day night of each month nearest the
full mocn, at 7. 30 P. M. !
January meeting on the 26th.
Visiting brethern are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
We have received a new shipment of
of various grades and prices.
"The engagement of Miss Rose
Daniels to Mr. Jas. A. Hattie of Ka
hului, has been announced. The
wedding will take place sometime in
On Sunday afternoon, January 6th,
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge christened
David Pearce and Richard, the two
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Pen
hallow. Miss Elisabeth Edson Henry
was godmother to David and Mrs.
Kate Mone Wells to Richard.
There were present at the cere
mony Mrs. D. P. Penhallow and Mrs.
8E8810N OF THE LEGISLATURE
In accordance with Section 41, of
an Act of Cougress entitled An Act
to Provide a Government for the
Territory of Hawaii, approved on
April 30, A. D. 1900, the next Re
trular Session of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii will convene
tu Honolulu on February 20, 1907,
the third Wednesday in February.
Such session shall continue not longer
than sixty days, excluding Sundays
G. R. CARTER,
Honolulu, January 2, 1907.
Jan .-5-12 19-26.
All Notaries Public, holding com
missions as such not issued by E. C.
Peters, Attorney General of the
Territory of Hawaii, will please sur
render the same at the office of the
Attorney General and secure new
JOHN M. KEA,
Clerk, Department of the Attorney
Honolulu, Dec 31, 1900.
' These were ordered for our
holiday trade but arrived
too late. We have marked
them way down. This is your
opportunity to secure a first
class Panama Hat at a very
low figure. Do not miss it.
Our Nevadan Goods
Plenty of Fresh Groceries now
During disagreeable weather
use the telephone.
We will make prompt 'shipment
of all our telephone orders.
DON'T FORGET THE FANCY
CRACKERS AND CANDIES
The Big Store with the Little Prices.