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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1907
Th Warlike Japs.
Golden Gate Flour has stood sup
reme above all others through years
of competition. It Is the choice of
thinking people everywhere In the
Islands. H. Hackfeld A Co. Whole
Read the new ad of A. Enos, The
Pioneer Store, on page 6.
The steamer Claudine sailed for
Honolulu Tuesday aftei noon, one day
ahead of schedule time.
Read the new ad. of the Kahului
Harness shop in this issue.
J. A. Harris, the Painter, has
opened up his new shop at Kahului
and Is now prepared to execute your
orders on short notice. Read his
The regular meeting of the
Womens' Aid Society of the Union
Church will be held at the residence
of Mrs. R. B. Dodge on Tuesday,
Jan. 29th at 3 o'clock.
The steamer Maul called at Kihei
Monday evening on her way from
Honolulu to the volcano. She took a
number of Maui people to witness
Special Sale of Shoes and Men's
shirts at A. Enos, The Pioneer Store.
See ad. on page 6.
The steam freighter Nebraskan
departed from Kahului last Friday
night for Satin a Cruz with 4800 tons
The County officers expect to oc
cupy their new offices at the new jail
within a fortnight.
Peruvia Goodness has sold out his
wood business to Ah Siu of Kihei who
will furnish wood to patrons
lengths to suit. See his new ad.
Bloated Mackerel and Salted Her
rings in kits at A. Enos. See ad. on
L. Von Tempsky and Mrs. Von
Tempsky left for Kau on the Mauna
Loa Tuesday evening. They will at
tempt to reach the crater recently
formed on the side of Mauna Loa.
Wm. G Hall, A. F. Ewert and J.
B. Flint are among the Honolulu
people registered at the Maui Hotel.
Mr. Jas. Scott of Kihei returned
from Honolulu Tuesday per steamer
' County Engineer Hugh Howell
returned from Honolulu Tuesday
S. Decker went to Honolulu this
Contractor Henry De Frees is in
town this week. He expects to have
the County building ready for oc
capancy by the end of the month.
M. Vieira, the proprietor of the
Wailuku Shaving parlois has had bis
ebop overhauled and remodeled
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland returned
Tuesday from the lava flow in Kau.
They were pleased with the sights
Miss Violet McKee, Miss Cum
mlngs and Miss Fannie Engle return
ed Tuesday from the Volcano.
A. Enos returned last Saturday
by the Claudine from Honolulu.
Patrick Cockett returned Satur
day morning from Honolulu on the
Dr. J. H. Raymond was a return.
Ing passenger per steamer Claudine
The Advestiser publishes the follow,
Mr. Hodgson, who lives at Kapa
bulu, states that a big crowd of Japa
nese was having warfare drill in a
glade back of Camp McKinley yes
terday. Carrying sticks for guns the Japa
nese were performing the tacties of
fierce combat. They would march
a.-d countermarch in different for
mations, break for cover and dif
ferent parties go through the mo
tions of firing at each other.
It is not stated whether the Unit
ed States garrison at Camp McKinley
hud an attache on the mimic battle
field to observe the maneuvers.
Colonel Jones will do the hospitable
act if he invite the officers of the
Japanese military continent in Ha
waii to attend the N. G. H. encamp
ment at Leilehua plains next month
Notice of Stockholders Meeting
Maul Publishing Co. Ltd.
The annual meeting of the MAUl
PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMIT
ED, will be held at the offices of D.
U.'Case. Wailuku, County of Maul,
on Wednesday, February 13th, 1907,
at 7:30 P.M.
Election of officers, annual report
of manager, and such other business
as may need attention and considera
tion. Dated Jan 19th 1907.
D. H. CASE,
Jan. 26, Feb. 2-9.
Moses Hoewaa. Esq., has this day
been appointed Pound Master for the
Government Pound situate at Maka
liua, Kthakuloa, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, vice J. W. Mar
shall, Esq., resigned.
C. S. HOLLOV.'AY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu Jan. 18, 1907.
Shcoting over the Honolua Ranch
lands without the permission of the
undersigned is strictly forbidden.
R. C. SEARLE,
Honolua Jan. 21st 1907.
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting of tie Stockholders
of The Lahaina National Bank, for
the purpose of electing directors for
the year 1907, and the transaction of
such other business as may coma be
fore the meeting, will be held at its
Banking House in Lahaina, on Sat
urday January 26th, 1907 at 3 o'clock
C. D. LUFKIN.
Notice is hereby given 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
meeting, will be held at the Baldwin
National Bank, Kahului, on Monday
January 28. 1907 at 3 o'clock P. M.
W. A. ENGLE,
MAUI NEWS, $2.50 per year.
FOR ALL KINDS OF
No matter what you want to paint, you can get the best
and most economical paint if you see that it bears The
Every package backed by the reputation of
the largest paint makers in the world.
Ask us for color cards of these goods
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that Mr, C.
C. Conradt has this day been appoint
ed Deputy Tax Assessor and collector
for the Island of Molokai.
Dated this 11th day of January A.
W. T. ROBINSON,
Assessor Second Division.
At the annual meeting of stock
holders of the MAUI WINE A
LIQUOR CO. LTD., held Jan. 23rd
1907, the following oRicers and direc
tors were elected to serve for the
ensuing j ear:
W. T. Robinson,
President and Director,
R. A. Wadsworth,
Vice-president and Director.
Secretary, Treasurer and Director.
H. Streubeck, Director.
D. F. Nicholson, "
G. B. Schrader, "
F. Sommerfeld, '
Secretary Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Jan. 26. Feb. 2.
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 Ban it
of Wailuku or the Baldwin National
Bank of Kahului. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved.
Terms Cash on Feb. 15.
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.
All Notaries Public, holding com
missions as such not issued by E. C.
Peters, Attorney General of the
Territory of Hawaii, will please aur
render the same at the office of the
Attorney General and secure now
JOHN M. KEA,
Clerk. Department of the Attorney
Honolulu, Dec 31, 1906.
Baldwin National Bank of Kahului.
Pursuant to Article 4 of the By
Laws of the Association, the regular
Annual 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 Election of Officers
for the ensuing year and any other
busiuess that may be brought before
D. C. LINDSAY, .
Dec. 29-Jan. 5-12-19.
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 Matiocal Bank of Wailuku.
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, Maul, January 11, 1907.
Jan. 12, 19, 26.
A line line of Cotton filled,
bright figured, well quilted covers.
The best quality ever offered on
Maui and our price is $3.75.
Another line of Combed Cotton,
medium weight, fluffy and soft at
Others in good weight and style
at prices that will suit you.
Be sure and see those Craven
ette Suitings. All wool, Casrnet,
plaid, fancy and wove serge suitings.
something entirely new and up-to-date,
at special prices.
CRACKERS AND CANDIES
Bent's Water Crackers,
Relishes and Delicacies
Major Graves' Chutney,
Montsarrat's Lime Juice,
Heinz' Tomato Catsup,
Annio Kearn's Mango Chutney,
Pato do Foio Gras,
Sherry's Calf's Foot Jelly,
DO YOU TRAVEL ?
If so you will be interested to
to liear that we have now on
display a swell l ine of Suit Cases
and Travelling Bags at reason
Have you seen our line of Riding
and Driving Whips, Bits, and
Spurs? Made of Eglingtoii me
tal, as bright as silver easily
cleaned and will not tarnish.
To be had at the
The Bl Store with the Little Prices.