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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1907
Mr. Thos. Pa of l'eahi visited the
e will be a speei.il meeting of
ekholders of the Kaupnka'ua
Liquor Co,, Ltd., on lw '23rd
mrv at the Makawao Post
ju Smoke?. If so, look over
t of Cigars and Cigarettes in
js' ad on page 2.
Kaahutnanu Sunday School
ve an Ice Cream Social at the
ochool House this evening,
earn and Cake only 25 cents.
The County Board of Supervisors
will meet next Tuesday in the new
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Sheph rd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
5th, at the home of Mrs. J. II. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
Call at A. Enos' the Plonker Store,
and hear the latest Music on the new
Victor Talking Machines.
Aclonlburst up Iao Valley sent a
flow down the valley I" riday morning
"that was an unusual' sight. The
noise could be heard all aver town
and many ran out to see the water
coming down. In n momment the
river was running bank full and runn
ing over in some places. The home
of Mrs. Freitas was suriounded and
some damage done to theitaro em
bank men ts.
WHO WILL WIN ?
The Maui Dry Goods and Grocery
Co. and the Wailuku Cash SloiJe are
in the field to find out who is the most
popular person on the island and pro
pose to give to such a person a
handsome bedroom set. They offer
seven prizes in all and if one doesn't
happen to be the most popular per
son there is yet an opportunity for
him to get a prize further down the
,. All of the prizes are useful articles
and several persons will get presents
of considerable value. It will noi be
at all surprising if some valuable
material is found for the political
arena in the next political campaign.
As the prizes are of great value we
would suggest that all persons pur
chasing from any of' the three s'ores
mane use of then and vote for some
The stores are to be congratulated
on their efforts to advertise their
goods and it will doubtless be to the
advantage of the stores as well as to
the persons who are so fortunate as
to receive the presents.
Death oJ Elijah Meyer.
Elijah Meyer died Thursday morn
ing after an illness of nearly ten
While in Honolulu attending school
lie received internal injuries that
affected his health very much and he
has gradually gone down in health
The immediate cause of Tleatli as
given by the attending physician was
He was a son of D. L.' Meyer and
was au unusually large and strong
He was born in Wailuku in 1889
and had many warm friends here.
Miss Rosa Dickenson Dies.
Miss Rosa Dickenson died Thurs
tft morning of heart failure. She
had been a sufferer from this disease
for a long time a:?d her death wa9 nc t
"ste was a sister of Principal
-y Dickenson of the Lahaiua
c school. . .
JP COUNTRY NOTES.
jast Friday evening, the 25th, the
January meeting of the Makawao
Literary Society was held at the
residence of Dr. and Mrs. W. F.
McConkf y of Paia. The chief eveut
'if the program was a most enjoyable
farce, a sort of burlesque on the pre
sent jury system. There were two
juries, one composed of twelve ladies
and another of twelve men. The pro
ceedings of the former were in mark
ed contrast to those of I he latter in
as much as politics were introduced
and confused matters.
Th.re was a large attendance of
the district's people.
Last Saturday afternoon the smi,
llnals and finals of the tournament
mixed doubles recently given by the
Paia Racquet Club took place at.
Hamaktiapoko Mrs. H. A. Baldwin
and D. C. Lindsay, after a close con
test, were declared winners of the
Countv Seat this week.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin was in town
last Monday on business.
Miss Fanny Engle is visiting friends
C. J. Austin, manager of the lla
waiian-American Rubber Company,
is in waiiuKu inn ween.
A. C. Davis is spending his vaca
tion of a few davs in vVailuku
. H. E. Hendrick, manager of the
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument
Works is on Maui this week.
Thomas N. White and Mrs. White
and daughter were among the return
ing passengers from the vjlcano last
Saturday. Thev visited the lava
Dow and the crater of Kilauca. They
report the volcano as one of the
greatest sights they have ever seen.
B. Wugner of the firm of H. Hack
field & Co. is in town this wee k on
Ben Vu kers of the Manufacturers
Shoe Company of Honolulu was in
George Watt, manager of the
Hana Store arrived in . town this
week to attend the annual mretii g
of the Hawaiian American Rubber
Henry Dickenson was in town one
day this week to see his sister Miss
Rosa Dickenson who was ill.
Harold Hayselden is in town this
week selling our merchants tobacco
James Bergstrom of the Ijergstrom
Music Company of Honolulu is in
town this week.
R. J. Pratt of the Honolulu Iron
Works is in Wailuku this v.etk. '
William Williamson of the Henry
Waterhouse Trust Company was in
town this week to at tend the annual
meeting of the Hawaiian American
Charles H. Zigler of Honolulu was
l;i town tl is week.
L. Von Tempsky and Mrs. Yon
Tempsky returned from the lava flow
George P. Cooke was a Wailuku
eailer this week.
Post Office Inspector F. J. Hare
arrived on Maui this week. He in
vestigated the Post Office at Kahului
and' returned the same day. He was
accompanied to Honolulu by Frank
Dillon who has been the acting Post
Master at Kahului
W. S. Bartlett, accompanied by
Miss Laura Cole ot Louisiana and
Miss Dorothy Willi of Los Angeles
left Wailuku for the top of Haleakala
Thursday. They expect to stay up
on the top of the cracter one night
and view the sunrise. They have
recently visited the lava flows of
Mauna Loa and viewed the splendors
of Kilauea and say that words will
not describe the grandeur of the
Mr. and Mrs. George Russell ar
rived in town Saturday from Hilo
where they were 6peuding their
honeymoon at the volcano. Mr. Rus
sel superintendend the building of
the new mill for the Wailuku Sugar
Company and is well and favorably
know here while Mrs. Russell, who
was formerly Mrs. Carnegie, was for
a long time the manager of the Maui
J. S. Ferry, an Attorney in Hilo,
was in Wailuku this week attending
to some probate matters. ' He left
on the Claudine for Honolulu.
Dr. Aikeu has just returned from
a trip to Jiana and will be found the
coming week at Puunene. .
Judge A. N. Kepoikai has been ill
for some days. While he is able to
be up for a short time each day, he
is confined to his room much of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
"Xotice r Drawinu of Gran and
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of Grand and Trial Jurors
to serve and act as such during the
March 11)07 Term of the Circuit Court
of the Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, will take place in the
Court Room of the said Court, at
Wailuku, District of Wailuku, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, on Wednesday, the 13th day
of February A. D. 1907. at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Dated Wailuku, Maui, Jan. 31st 1907.
Special Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Kaupakalun Wine
& Liquor Company Limited.
Notice is hereby given that a
Special meeting of the stockholders
of the KaupaKalua Wine A Liquor
Company Limited will take place at
the office of the Treasurer of the
Company at the Makawao Post Office
on Saturday the 23rd, day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1907 at 4 o'clock P. M.
for the purpose ot considering the
proposed increase cf the, capital stock
of the Company and for other mat
ters that may come before said meet
ing. Dated January 31st. 1907.
J. M. VIVAS.
President Kaupakalua Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd.
Feb. 2 9-K.-23.
The undersigned hereby request
all those persons who are Godchild
ren of Augustine Enos, late of Wai
luku, deceased, to present duly,
authenticated proofs of being such,
to the undersigned, at the store of
A. Enos, corner Main and High
Streets on or before the 8th day of.
March 1907, in order to receive the
legacy to which they are entitled un
der the Will of said A. Enos. Dated
at Wailuku this 1st day of Jan. 1907.
THOS. B. LYONS,
J. V. MACIEL,
Executors and Trustees.
Feb. 2-9-16 23.
Notice is hereby given that Mr. C.
C. Couratlt 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.
Corn well to the Coast.
W. II. Corn well, the leader of the
Home Rule party on Maui, left Wed
nesday for the coast where he will
go into business.
For several years he has been very
active in politics aud has usually
carried a higher vote than any of the
candidates running on the Home
Rule ticket. At the last election he
was defeated for the office of County
Supervisor by S. K. Kaiue and as he
had nothing tu keep him here decid
ed to go to Sau Francisco, lie ex
pects to go into the d raying business.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting
Maul Publishing; Co. Ltd.
The annual meeticg of the MAUj
PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMIT
ED, will be held at the offices of D.
H. Case. Wailuku, County of Maui,
on Wednesday, February 13tb, 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.
Increase in Farm Values.
Such has been the increase iu farm
prices of farm products, and so well
known has become the larger meas
ure of prosperity that has come to
farmers, that this Bureau of Agri
culture undertook, in the autumn of
1905, to discover the degree of in
crease in farm real estate iu all parts
of the country. The effort was made
to connect this investigation by
statistical methods with the census
valuation for 1900. Reports were
received from 45,000 correspondents,
representing substantially all the
agricultural neighborhoods in the
United States, and the result obtain
ed from the tabulation of these re
ports indicated an increase of farm
realestate values during fiive years
of 33.5 per cent, or an amount ap
proximately equal to $0,133,000,000.
This Investigation was made under
under the supervision of the Chief of
the Division of Foreign Markets.
Wicker and Oak Rockers,
Heavy Lanai Chairs,
Stove Iron ami Oil.
In charge of this department we have a competent manager who has been
in the furnituro business in the Islands for over 20 years and is prepared with a
fully equipped repair shop to renovato and repair anything in the household.
Upholstering a specialty.
Is your mattress hard and lumpy ? If so, we can repair it for you at a nom
A full and complete line of choice
Groceries and Candies at the
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
We have just unpacked and have 1
iioav on display a complete line of
Ladies' Lingueri and Viceroy Lawns 1
1 1-4 yd. wide. Nicest white 'goods
on the market lor ladies' holokus or I
Art Denims in various shades.
Finest line of Mercerized Chain
brays on Maui.
Nainsook-Mull .English long cloth
and a line of staples in Dry Goods
never before seen on Maui.
R E M E Rfl B E R
We carry the "Burson" Ladies'
Hose, the only stocking on the mar
ket knitted to fit the foot without a
seam. They must be worn to be
A new line Just4 unpacked and on sale of
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