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SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS-
Last Monday evening Mr. D. H.
If there is a better 5 cents Cigar
than the Owl, It has not yet been
discovered. The Owl knows no
superior at the price.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan.
22th, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
The report of the financial con
dition of the Fiist Nationl Bank and
that of the Lahaina National Bank
appear in this issue While the First
National has paid a snull dividend it
has greatly Increased its surplus and
has therefore made this institution a
more reliable institution with which
A. Korean was before the District
Magistrate Monday charged with
assaulting another Korean at Camp
6 with a knife on the 10th day of
December. The case was called this
week as the complaining witness has
been in the hostital ever since the
assault and unable to testify on ac
count of the seriousness of the wound
received. He was represented by J.
M. Vivas who asked to have the case
continued until the 21st instant that
he might have time to look further
into the case.
The local Elks held a meeting at
the Maul Hotel last Saturday even
ing for the purpose of arranging for
the entertainment of the Elks ex
curslon from Honolulu which will take
vplace on the 10th of ebruary. Com
mittees were appointed and arrange
ments made for an elaborate recep
tion.' The coming of the elks will Co
much to enliven the town and as all
classes of professions and trades will
be represented it means much for
Wailuku. About fifty members are
expected to come here from Honolulu.
The passengers arriving from Ho
nolulu this week by the Kinau are
very bitter at the treatment receiv
ed at the hands of the boatmen when
they landed at the wharf at McGre-
- gors. They say that the mail boat
and the passenger boat left the
steamer at the same time and raced
for the shore and as the mail boat
men locked their oars into the oars
of the other boat they were enabled
to get to the wharf first and while
the passengers were compelled to
. remain in a heavy downpour of rain
the boats crew proceeded to unload
the mail and afterward the freight
before the paisengers were permit-
. ted to land.
There will be an interesting little
Ceremony during the 11 o'clock ser
vice at the Church of the Good Shep
herd tomorrow morning. Several
girls will be admitted into the Junior
Branch of the Daughters of the
Many persohs have expressed a
desire to take advantage of the tirst
onnortunitv to visit the volcano and
will go if a steamer is run for that
purpose at the proper time.
A Chinaman was before the District
Court Thursday for violating the
Board of Health rules in regard to
spraying laundried clotting by water
sprayed from the mouth. This is a
custom that is very common and
nnuld be seen almost any day on
Market street and it is to the credit
or Moki, the Waikapu policeman that
the first arrest was made this year.
The Wailuku Cash Store has open
ed a drygoods and millinery depart
ment in connection with the 6tore.
There will be a meeting of the
Knights of Pythias to night.
George W. Maxwell was appointed
deputy jailer and received his com
mission last Saturday. He was one
of the workers for the Republicans
during the last election and has been
a type setter in the Maui News
Office for many years.
100 Shares of Maul Telephone
Stock is advertised for sale In an
other colum. This stock has paid from
one to one and one half per cent per
month for the last fifteen years
A dance will be given at the Arm
ory this evening to which an admis
sion of 50cts. will be charged.
Davis met with a painful accident at
the Maui Hotel. Mr. Davis was at
the time speaking to some friends
and was hurriedly called to answer a
telephone call. He rushed to the
upstairs phone and it being dark
could not see a 2 inch plank laid on
two wooden horsps that had been left
there by the painters. He walked
against this plank striking it with
his nose inflicting a very painful
Attorney J. L. Coke was a pas
aenger to Honolulu this week. He
will visit bis family in Oakland and
his faiher and mother in Oregon be
fore returnigg. He expects to be
gone about four weeks but will be
back in time for the Circuit Court.
A. W. Uottomley, of Bishop and
Co. was in town this week.
C. F. Herrick, representing Gut
Schuman, was in town this week on
A. J. Cass left for his future home
in Seattle this week. He has been on
Maui some weeks arranging h.s bus
iness affairs and does not expect to
return to the islands.
Geroge Mayfield has returned to
the island after spending a pleasant
vacation in California and Nevada.
Leon H. Cook left for Honolulu th's
week. He will probably return to
the coast soon.
Tom Burminghara is expected in
town today from Honolulu with a full
liiie of goods from E. O. Hall & Son.
Puunene Gun Club Shoot.
There was a meeting of the crack
marksmen of the island at Puunene
last Sunday in which the b"st shots
of Kihei, Makawao, and Wailuku
Some excellent shooting was done
by the home team and Makawao.
Kihei did not do so well as usual
and Wailuku was not equal to the
older teams but is fast becoming a
During the day W. W. Wescoatt
made the best record, breaking nine
teen out ot twenty blue rocks, mere
were several who made nearly as
Of those who shot unusually well
were W. W. Wesccatt, George
Keeney, Ed. Peck, Dr. Geo. S.
Aiken, W. Lougher, Ed. Keeney, F.
A. Mayfield and A'rthur Betts.
In a shoot by teams, Wailuku
Makawao won first prize while Kihei
and Puunene tied. A number of
prizes were given and won by the
100 Shares of the Captal Stock of
the Maui Telephone Co., at the upset
price of $15 per Share. 'Bids will be
received up to noon of Tuesday Feb.
12, 1907 at the First National BanH
of Wailuku or the Baldwin National
Bank of Kahului. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved.
Terms Cash on Feb. 15.
Eight Hawaiian Mules well broken
to harness. Apply at this dice.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fergi.son wish
to express though the columns of the
News their heart felt thanks to their
many friends for the assistance and
sjmpathy during their sad bereave
Notce Is hereby piven 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
l'J07, and transaction of such other
business as may come before the
meeting, will bu held at the Baldwin
National Bank, Kahului, on Mon
day January 28, 1!07 at 3 o'clock P.
W. A. ENG LE,
SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE
In accordance with Section 41, of
an Act of Congress entitled An Act
to Provide a Government for the
Territory of Hawaii, approved on
April 30, A. D. 1900, the next Re
gular Session of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii will convene
in 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- 19-2G.
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 onice of the
Attorney General and secure new
JOHN M. KEA,
Clerk. Department of the Attorney
Honolulu, Dec31, 1906.
One large second-hand refrigera
tor in good condition.
Apply at A. Enos, Wailuku. t. r.
If the party who took seven dozen
plates from the Knights of Pythias
Hall will return the same n ques
tions will be asked. t. f.
Three bright office rooms- with
toilet and running water and acety
lene light over First National Bank
of Wailuku, can be had after January
First Matioral Bank of Wailuku.
Nearly Three Thousand Japanese
Oakland, December 5. George
Kennan, the distinguished author and
war correspondent who is studying
the Japanese question In California,
has decided views on the subject as
far as it affects the possibility of
clash at arms between the Island
Empire and the United States.
Kennan said: "I am here as
student of the situation and I am not
ready to express myself in this re
gard. But if the Pacific Coast, and
California especially, desires to es
cape being overrun by Japanese the
only proper course to pursue would
be to request the Government at
Washington to open negotations with
Japan looking toward restrictions
being placed by Japan herself upon
the class and quantity of emigrants
leaving that country for these shores.
That would be the wiser ourse, in
stead of putting up the bars against
them on this side.
"Regarding the eventual proba
bility of war arising between the two
countries for the supremacy of the
Pacific why should we fight for it?
Because both America and England
use the Atlautlc Ocean must they
fight for supremacy? Is not the
Pacific broad enough for both? The
supremacy of the Pacific on com
mercial lines will be won by the best
brains and the best organization."
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
TeF. 166 Makawao
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hatuaknapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H . Landgraf
Telephone No. 359.
BISMARK STABLES CO. Lid
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Leading Lives y
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Ila'e
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
We have just received by
the steamer Nebraskan a
large assortment of
which will be on display
We are unpacking a large
shipment of Ladies' Gentle
men's Misses' and Child
ren's shoes in all the latest
styles and at reasonable
We have just received from
Gimbal Bros, a choice line
which we are selling' at 40
cents per lb. in quantities to
We are having a sale of
trousers. Price from $2.00
Best California Apples $2.25 a box.
A large assortment of choice fresh
Groceries just received and now on
The Big Store with the Little Prices,