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THE MAUI NEWS
Rev. II. U. Dodge returned last
tt wa King Kalakaua who first
desired to enter into relations of
comity and amity with the Japanese
and who sent Hon. Curtis 1. Iaukrn
and Hon. Lot Ksiulukou as his dele
gates to the. Emperor of Japan to
submit his ideas and invite the Mika
do's subjects to come to the Hawa
iian Islands as laborers and settlers.
The number of children atttmting
public and private schools in the
Territory is divided by nationalities
as follows: Hawaiian, 8,400; Jap'
anese, 4,547; Portuguese, 4,437;
Chinese, 2,197; American. 1,(10!);
Porto Rican 392; German, 273; Hri
tish, 187; Korean, 1G1; Scandi
navian, 82; other nationalities, 199
Nearly a third of tho entire enroll'
ment are Asiatics.
A friend to cows and hordes is
CYPHERS ANTI-FLY PEST sold
by E. O. HALL & SON, LtU, Ho
nolulu. One application lasts twenty-four
It is neccessary to have the best
plates for your camera if you desire
the best results. Order some Cramer
or Hammer Plates from the Ilonolu
lu Photo Supply Co.
Drink Dudweiser if you want the
finest beer in the market. II. Hack
feld & Co. Whole alo Distributors.
Your doctor will tell you that a
pure beer is a wholesome food And
PRIMO BEER is pure.
W. II. Rogers has jumped to third
place and is the only one who has
changed his position in the contest
for prizes otTereu by The Progress
Stores. How he aid it is a mystery
and Dave is on a 'si ill hunt to find
out, also "ye editor."
Negotiations are pending with the
Wireless Telegraph Company to fur
nish daily service to Paia office, Puu
nene office Kahului Depot Waiiuku
Sugar Co's. office the Maui Hotel
and the Maui News. Blackboards
will be furnished and the messages
put on for the benefit of the public
in cr.se the plan is consummated.
Base Ball at Wells Park , tomor.
Several new coats of paint have
been applied to buildings and offices
on Main Street this week.
The new blacksmith shop of D. T
Carey at Kahului opened for business
A number of counterfeit ten dollar
pieces have made their appearance
on Maui during the last few days
They were made of a base metal and
guilded to appear like gold. The
leading business houses were uotified
to be on the lookout and as a result
one Leong was arrested in liana for
attempting to pass such money.
County Attorney D. H. Case notified
the U. S. District Attorney and on
Saturday U. S. Marshall Hendry ar
rived on Maui and tooK the prisoner
To Those Who Butt In.
If jou will kindly a'low
us space in your paper to say to
those who Butt in at every oppor
tunity without an invitatiou and who
certainly are not wanted that should
we give another dance m the future
and they have emmaculale gill
enough to present themselves they
will certainly be subjected to some
humiliation. As they will undoubtedly
be requested to leave without cere
moiiy. Trusting to their judgement
to avail themselves of a little good
"We beg to remain respectfuly,
K. of P. Entertainments
Tuesday from an eight days' preach
ing tour of East Maui. The trii was
made in behalf of the Hawaiian Hoard
work on Maui.
Postmaster V. A. Vetlesen is con
fined to his bod with diptheria.
Miss Williams has recovered from
an attack of diptheria.
Marston Campbell was in Waiiuku
some days tins week.
Supervisor S. H. Katue is still con
fined to his hoin! with illness.
Attorney Charles Creighton has
been in attendance at court during
the present term.
Deputy Attorney General Milver-
ton has been attending court this
T. A. LlfWd of the Kahului Rail
road office was in the Malulani hospi
tol a few days this week but is again
at his desk.
Miss Fanny Ei.gle was a Waiiuku
caller Thurduv evening.
D. L. Meyer is expected back from
Hoi.olulu this week.
C. II. G. Hraun went to Honolulu
Friday evening he is expected back
Tax Assessor and Collector, W. T.
Robi;i?on has been in Honolulu the
past week. He is expected back to
Jas. T. Taylor, C. E., of this city
received the sad news of the death of
his younger brother, Edward San
ford Taylor thn week. Mr. Taylor
had b;'.e:. .'csiding on the mainland
for ;,i eo years past.
Mrs. Chas. Cash of Honolulu is
visiting Mr. and Mrs A. Enos of
Jailor Joe Welch departed for Ho
nolulu last night conducting long
term prioners to O ihu Jail.
Deputy Sheriff "Bob" Lindsay of
Lahaina was a visitor to the County
seat during the past week.
Pi-ospcctH for tintiebnll
Amateur Photo Exhibit.
The Ilawaiiau Promotion Commiti
tee recently fowarded to the First
National Bank of Waiiuku an exhibit
of amateur photography that was
placed on display in the offices of the
Bank for the benefit of the public.
The views were taken all over the
islands and brought out the charac
teristics of many localities in regard
. to 6cenic views as well as the diversi
fied industries of the Territory.
MaDy persons took advantage of
the opportunity offered and visited
the Bank during the time the photos
were on display. The exhibit was the
finest ever seen on the island and in
a great majority of casfs were the.
equal of the work of professionals.
Those who did not see the exhibit
missed a rare treat.
Judging fn-m ttie size of the crowd
and the enthusiasm shown at last
Sunday's game of baseball at Well's
Pack between the Lalu.inas and Ka
hului's the sport ought U. take quite
well in Waiiuku.
The game was not a very fast one
and there were many erros made,
although much more could not be ex
pected of the Lahaina team which had
but two short practices before they
came over. Nevertheless they have
made up their minds to beat the Ka
liuluis and to carry the championship
banner to Lahaina at the end of the
season and there may be something
doing when they next come over.
Joe Espicda, the catcher of the
Lahaina teuin was in no form for the
game nnd could not hold the ball. In
the third inuing he let the third strike
pass by enabling the batter, Hamp
ton, to get to third base before he
could find thj ball. Iu the sixth m
nir.g Joe as substituted by a native
lad and a great change was noted.
Pitcher John Garcia of the Kahului
threw a wild ball over the thinhbase
man's head and the Lahainas scored
their first run on it.
At the end of the game the score
stood 7 to 4 in favor of the Kahului.
The committee appointed by the
Association to arrange a schedule is
hard at work, and so far it is under
stood there will be four teams com
peting for honors. They are the Wai
lukus, Knhuluis Lahaiuas and Wai
A subscription has been taken up
to fix up the grounds, move the grand
etnnd and make other neeJed repairs
and the local sports have responded
All in all the game is taking with
the pec-iilr; i.nd it would be no sur
prise .o hear of a challenge from the
married men of Kahului being Issued
to the Waiiuku Benedict's team.
IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In thn Matter of the Estate of
IOKAM A KEKUA, late of Waiiuku,
Maui, decensed, before Judge A. N.
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of final accounts and dis
charge in this estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of JOS. F. WELCH,
Executor of the Last WILL of Toka
ma Kekua, lato of Waiiuku, Wain,
deceased, wherein he asks to be
allowed $201.0(1 and he charges him
self with $204.00, and asks that the
same may be examined and approv.
ed, and that a final order may be
r.iade of Distribution of the property
remaining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, ad discharging;
him and his sureties from all fi rther
responsibility as si oh Executor:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
22nd day of April, A. D. 1907, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court Room of the
sa!d Court at Waiiuku, Island of
Maui, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, it any tney have, wtiy me
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the sail property. And
that notice of this Order, in the
I'.iiglish language, be published m
the "Maui News," a weekly news
paper printed and published ',n Wai
luku, for three successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to t he time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, this 12th
day of March, 1907.
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
Clerk of the
March Hi, 23, 30 and April G
Edmund II. Hakt,
Circuit Court of the
Undergoes Serious Operation.
H. S. Hagerup of the Kahului
Store has undergoue a serious opera
tion at the Malulani Hospital and is
now entirely out of danger. The
operation was for the purpose of
draining the mastoid process of the
The opeiutioi: is a delicate one but
is not necessarily dangerous.
Mr. IJagerup's friend will be
pleased to know of his recovery. Dr.
R. II.Dinegar performed tho operation.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTI1E
SECOND CIRCUIT, TEl RITORY
In Probate At Chambers
In the Matter of the Estate of
REFINIO do AVEIRO, Lato of
Pain, Maui, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
timi for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Mi.ria Fernandez, formerly wido.v
(now re mr rried,) of said deceased,
alleging that Refinlo de Aveiro, of
Paia, Maui, died intestate at P.iia,
Maui, on the 27th day of October, A,
D. 190(i, leaving property in the Ha
waiian Inlands necessary to be ad
ministered upen, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to
James L. Coke:
It. is ordered that Monday, the
15th of April, A. D. 1907. at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Waiiuku, Maui, at which time apd
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of this
order be published in the English
language for three successive iweoks
in the "Maci News," a weekly news
paper printed and published in Wai
Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, March 5,
(SEAL.) (Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of t he
2nd Cii ct it.
Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
5 March 9, 10, 23 and 30. A pril G
Commencing Monday, March 13th,
1907, and continuing until the pre
sent Court Session is completed,
Train No. 12, scheduled to leave Wai
iuku at 4:15 P. M., wiM not leave
Waiiuku till 4:30 P. "M.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Kahului, March 15th, 1907.
The Kahului Blacksmith Shop is
now open and ready for business. A
competent man is in charge. Horse
shoeing a specially.
1). T. CAREY.
( menhaden's Assd. Krcnoli Mixed Candv,
1-2 lb. .2.")
(huenlingon's Asd French Mixed Candy,
1 lb. ..10
Townsend's (ilnce Fruit 1 lb. .(10
flj-jj Gitnliall's Assd French mixed Candy,
1-2 lb. .2.-j
(iiinball's Assd French Mixed Candy,
1 lb. ..-.o
GinibaH's Chocolate Mixed Candy, lb. .25
(.ijmbnll's Perfection Chocolate Candy,
1-2 lb. ' .3:,
Gimhall's I'eifection Chocolate Candv,
1 lb. " .65
Peppermint Lozenges, per lb. ..'jo
! Uaniona Assd Chocolate Candy, 1-2 lb
! ii i, it I (i
" Peanut Brittle, per package
! " Chocolate Chips, "
" " Wafers, "
i Dry crystallized Ginger,
I Crosoa stuffed Dates,
I R.ir lo due Currants, red.
white, " "
Strawberries white " "
Oneida Sweet Pickled Peaches, per 1 1-2
u it ii
it it it
" " .40
1-2 lb. .50
per box .50
per bottle 1.00
per jar .35
" " .35
" " .35
" " .35
peciais for Sext Week,
Mrs. Noam's Marino Chutnoy,
Crimson Nin 1'rand Canned Fruits,
Soft Shell Oralis,
Smith's Hulled Corn,
Armour's Veal Loaf,
" Chicken Loaf,
per hoi. S .25
Crosse and rIaekvells Mushroom Catsup,
In spite of tho advance in Hour wc will continue to sell for next week at the
Maui Rose T lour, (California's (lest) per bag, $1.50.
Circle K Flour, Oregon's P.est) " " 1.30.
Queen Anne Flour,
" " 1.25.
A new and complete .stock
oi pretty things for the
Indies at very reasonable
The Woman of Taste
dislikes imitations, She at once takes tho
measure of that woman who wears imita
tion silk. She rightly insists that silks
must be jrenuine or not worn at all.
is made for the woman who wants a pure,
inexpensive silk; one that looks rich and
pure because it is rich and pure. Price
only sixty cents per yard. All colors.
Of materials that liave lustre
until the laundry destroys it.
Roena Medallion Cloth
and you know of a lustre that
iuk cannot be dostruyt .1. This fabric
is made of fine combed mercer
ized yarn. Comes in all the new-
shades. Just the Ihinj; for trim
house dresses nnd children's
On sale here exclusively, 29c. yi.
I I'll: ,T, iU J--
I, 1 0 1
See the Cobblar Seat Chair
made of Golden Elm.
Yery comfortable, full arm rests. One of our bargains.
nly $2.50 Next Week.
CREX RUGS. A few choice patterns and styles on hand.
Assorted sizes. Prices low. The ideal rug for this
mm k mjt Jk mm U -vS- r.WJS a kJ U Uimt ml KjJ A
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices.