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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1907
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken has been in
Hana on professional business during
the past week. He will return to
central Maui about April ltltli.
Mr. Compositor, (you of "Select
Green" fame) do you carry insurance?
Don't you know that you ara taking
your lifo in your hands when such a
horrible mistake Is mxle as the one
you made in the Progress Sk res'
Contest? 'Get next.
A dinner was given by Manager
W. J. Wren of the Kahului Store to
Mr. J. A. Gossin last Friday evening
that was attended by a number of
the intimate friends of Mr. Gossin.
Mr. Gossin has bectrin the tin ploy of
the Kahului Store for a number of
yiWs and was one of tha most popu
lar employee s nf the store. He has
since been offered and has accepted
the position of Post Master of Kahu
lui and took charge of his new ollice
on Monday morning of this week.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, April
2nd, at the home of Mrs. Ault.
Improvement Association Holds
The Wailuku District Improvement
Association held its regular monthly
meeting Thursday evening. It was
largely attended and proved to be
one of the liveliest meetings ever held
by the Association.
In the absence of Chairman Wads
worth at the opening of the meeting,
Vice President D. H. Davis presided.
The minutes were read at.d appioved.
Mr. J. N. S. Williams called the at
tention of the members to the fact
that a large party of Congressmen
and their families would soon arrive
in the islands and would visit Maui
and moved the appointment of a com
mittee of three to arrange with :
body of citizens for the proper enter
taiumentof the party on their ar
rival. Messrs. J. N. S. Williams, W.
A. McKay, and C. D. Lufkin were
At this stage the report of the
committee appointed to look into all
legislative bills was read. The maj
ority report was as follows:
Wailuku, Maui, Mar. 28, 1907.
To the Wailuku Dist. Imp. Assn.
Greeting: Your special committee
appointed for the purpose of consid
ering bills now before the Legislature
and report to you have examined all
bills forwarded to us and beg leave
to make the following report:
Sec. 1 We have found but five bills
of especial interest to this district,
tho first of which is the Primary Law
(Senate Bill No. 19). We recommend
the endorsement of this measure by
Sec. 2 Senate Bill No. 25 provid
lug for the creation of the office of
registrar for the various Counties we
believe should be so amended that the
woik would be done by tho County
Clerk. We further disapprove of the
exorbitant salaries proposed to be
paid Eouie of the Couuty registrars
as in somecases the salary proposed
to be paid a County rsgistrar is more
than that now paid by the Territory
to the officer who now has Uie work
of the eutire Territory in charge
Sec. 3 We recommend that the
Association disapprove of the pas
sage oi henale bill Ko. bl, knowu as
tho Standard Oil Bill and believe the
Government should furnish adequate
storage for all oils sold in the terri
Sec. 4 We denounce Senate Bill
No. rs'i as being most unjust and vie
ious in character. This bill provides
for general appropriations (iu name
only) while it seeks to divert nearly
all of the funds to one locality while
the entire territory and taxpayers
therein must pay the bond holders
who advanced the money. We re
commend to the Association that it
disapprove of the use of public funds
for strictly local purposes.
Sec. 5 We recommend that Senate
bill No. 63 which provides for the
payment to the County Treasurer of
all hues end forfeitures iu the Dis
trict Courts have the approval of the
Association as we feel that the
Sheriffs Department anil the Couuty
Attorneys Department are now ham
pered by the attitude of the Territory
hi insisting on receiving all of these
amounts whilo the County must font
the bill in arresting offenders of the
law, pay the expense of bringing
them to trial and their keep before
A minority report was brought in
by J. N. K. Keola disapproving of
tin? payment to tho Treasurer of
Dist rict Court Costs and fines and
isatmrovinff of the condemnation of
till of Senate bill No. G2.
The primary bill brought forth
heated discussion. Judge McKay
and Di . Raymond opposing the bill
on the ground ttiat it placed non
partisan candidates at a disadvan'
tage in requiring them to secure at
least 20 per cent of all of the votes
cost before their name3 could be
placed on the official ballot. The
bill was defended by W. T. Robinson
and II. M. Cjke. The discussion
lasted fcr hours and finally resulted
in the Association adopting a reso
lution in favor of recommending to
the Maui delegation an amundment
allowing the nrn partisan candidates
who hove the highest number of votes
to have their names placed on the
official ballot. The rest of the te
port was accepted as a whole.
Dr. Raymond called the attention
of the association to the very unsani
tary methods of handling fish and a
resolution was passed asking the
Board of health to require fish to be
sold In some one place in Wailuku
under the inspection of the heaHu
The association went on record op
posing any clu nge in tho present
law relating to estrays.
Mr. Wi'.liams brought to the atten
tion of the Association tho fact that
the Wireless Telegraph Co. proposed
to give a daily service of all Cable
and local news of especial Interest
provided a sufficiant amount could
aised This brought a storm
om many prominent people who
feel that they have not been treated
ght by the company and who de
clared they would not contribute a
cent nor use the system anv more
than was absolutely necessary. J.
N. S. Williams and H. M. Coke, adi
vised moderation and pointed out the
great service of the system and urg'
ed that personalities be not. indulged
The meeting lasted until after
A. J. Gossi.i of the Kahului Store
has been appointed postmaster of
Kahului a.id assumed his duties on
Monday morning of this week.
tV. G. Scott of Paia was in town
this week attending Court and pri
Mr. Fitzpatrick of the fit m of Fitz
patrick Brothers of Honolulu was In
town this week putting iu a supply
of cigars in the best storps of the
Captain Parker was in town this
week. He says ho will be back with
the dredger Reclamation in about
three weeks and wili resume dredging
the Kahului harbor. The Reclama
tion has been practically rebuilt and
every improvement of the latest type
has been added.
G. W. W fiber Sr. has sold out his
intr rests and left on the Claudine
Wednesday for Los Angeles where
he will visit his daughter for a short
time. . He is yet undecided as to
where he will permanently locale.
Attorney Charles Creighton left
for Honolulu Wednesday.
B. Waggoner is nn Maul this week
in the interest of II. Hackfeld & Co
D. B. Macconachio passed through
Kahului Wednesday from Hilo to Ho
WaHer Dillingham was on Maui
Rev. Gulick and Rev. Doremus
Scudder were passengers to npnolu.
lu this week.
Miss Mary Chillingworth was
passenger to Honolulu this week.
R. C. Searle was In Wailuku visitor
one day this week.
It is rumored that Dr. Kobayashi
of Honolulu will arrive in town today
to locate permanently here.
F. Wittrock was a Wailuku caller
Mrs. W. F. Crockett returned by
last Saturday s Claudine from Hono
lulu, where she spent two weeks.
By Tuesday night's Kinau Tax As
sessor Uobmson returned from Ho
Empty Taint Pots suitable
Flower Pots for sale by J.
HARRIS, ihe Painter, Kahului.
Fine Job Printing at
Maui Publishing Co.
INTIIECIRCUITCOURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In Hip Matter of the Estate of
IOKAMA KEKUA, late of Wailuku,
Mnui, deceased, before Judge A. N.
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of final accounts and dis
charge in this rstcte.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of JOS. F. WELCH,
Executor of the Last WILL of loka-
m;i Kekua, late of Wailuku, Maui,
deceased, wherein he asks to be
allowed $204.00 and ho 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, aid discharging
him and his sureties from all fi rther
responsibility as such 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
said Court at Wailuku, 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 oppear" and show
cause, u,any tney have, why the
same should not bo granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the sail property. And
that notice of this Order, iu the
English language, be published in
the "Maui News," a weekly news
paper printed and published In Wai
luku, for three successive weeks,' the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to ihe tune
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 12th
day of Marsh, 1907.
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judrfc of the Circuit Court of the
(SEAL) (Sd) Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the
March lfi. 23, 30 and April 6, 13.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECONDCIRCUir, TEl RITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
REFINIO de AVEIRO. Lato of
Paia, Maui, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Mur'.a Fernandez, formerly widow
(now re mc rried,) of said deceased,
alleging that Refinio de Aveiro, of
Paia, Maui, died intestate at Paia,
Maui, on the 27th day of October, A.
D. 190(1, leaving property in the Ha
waiian Islands necessary to bo 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., bo and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
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 iweeks
In the "Maui News," a weekly news
nawer printed and published in Wai
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March a
(SEAL.) (Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judsre of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Ciici it.
Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 9, 10, 23 and 30. A pril C
Commencing Monday, March 18th,
1907, and continuing until the pre
sent Court Session is completed,
Train No. 12, scheduled to leave Wai
luku at 4:15 P. M.. will not leave
Wailuku till 4:30 P. M. .
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Kahului, March 15th, 1907.
The Kahului Blacksmith Shop is
now open and ready for business. A
coinnetent man is in charge. Horse
shoeing a specially.
1). T. CAREY.
BY THE S. S. TEXAN WE RECEIVED
SIX CAR LOADS OF FURNITURE
The largest single shipment that ever
came to Maui, and are now prepared
to fill your orders from a chair to the
complete refurnishing of your home.
for next week.
This Cobbler Scat
Chair only SI.I5
Our new shipment consists of:
Window Shades, various lengths,
Dressing Tables, mahogany finish,
" " Bird's eye maple,
" " goldeu oak,
" Princess style.
Chiffoniers, mahogany finish,
" Bird's eye maple,
" golden oak,
' Pacific oak,
Okkeoa will nor. cut and crack at. the folds, because il is frco
from nil loading, its weight is silk
possesses pliability and wonderful
drapes splendidly, and is the right
a plain taffeta weave silk is suitable. It is admirable for making
inexpensive dresses, shirt waists,
for drop skirts, etc, because it gives the same satisfaction and
service as many silks costing much more Price fine pvr yard.
Have you seen our display of
RONA MEDALION CLOTH?
A spleudiu imitation fc'lW-cotton
cloth, mercerized in the yarn, so the
laundry cannot impair color or lustre.-
Excellent for house dresses, shirt
wa'sts and childrens's school di esses.
We have the exclusivo sale of this
useful fabric "and tho price is
GROCERY DEPT. Specials Next Week Only.
II. & R. Boned Chicken,
Libby's Roust Mutton,
Armour's Roast Beef,
Cowdrey's Devilled Ham,
Libby s Cottage Loaf,
Mohawk Corn, New York's
2 tins for
S. & W. Asparagus,
Sauito! Tooth Powder,
' " Paste,
" " Brushes,
" Mouth Wash,
" Ttlcum Powder,
" Shaving Stick,
" Face Cream,
" Toilet Soap, per box,
The Sanitol goods are recommend
ed as perfection in their hue. W e
also have all popular brands of patent
j Center Tables, mahogany finUh,
" " Hird's eye maple,
" " golden oak,
Bureaus, Pacific oak,
" golden oak,
" Bird's eye maple,
" weathered oak.
" golden fir,
Iron Beds, old ivory finish,
" " white and gold,
" " white and green,
" " blue and green,
" " blue and white,
" green and white.
Recking Chairs, golden maple,
" ' " " oak,
" " weathered oak,
" " mahogany finish,
" Weathered oak, up
holstered in maroon Spanish
leather, Bird'? eye maple.
weight, nut chemical weight It
softness of finish; it plaits and
fabric for all purposes for which
jumper waists, as well as for
U) Soiseltc in
to 12 in.
New lot of
" 2 lb.
ii O t.
it C) .4
per 1-2 "
Little Neck Clams
On t ried Oysters, R. & R.
-J Broaio Quinine,
2 ! Roger & Gullet's powder de rlz,
I Ground Flaxseed,
El Caya Cream,
5U , Stuart's Calcium Wafers,
i Lola Monte Cream,
- j Al)U Scusick rinSi
j Nursing Bottles,
Headquarters for Wedding Presents.
Store with the Little Prices.
0 different patterns.
Oak with cobbler seats,
Weathered oak, upholstered in
Spanish leather, green and maroon
Saddle seat oak chairs.
Golden oak, leather seat, chairs,
Mahogany finish reception chairs,
Bird's rye map'.e " " olso
Extension Tables, various sizes, styles
and sizes, ,
Buffets in weathered auk golden oak,
and Pacific ock, etc.
Side Tables, aud
Complete B droom Sets, in golden
fir, mahegany finish, golden oak,
Prices will be as reasonable as ever
and special sales will continue. Look
out fur them.
Elegant Automobile Veils in colors. $5 upwards.
nil plain colors.
Hoops, felt lined, in sizes from 4 in.
- over Lace Yoking in white, tan
Dresden Ribbons in different shades.
3 cans for
Candy in 1 lb. and 1-2 lb. boxes.
Maple Sugar in 1-2 lb. cakes.
Crystallized Ginger, in 1-2 lb. tins.
Only a small lot left. Order quick.
Hot Water Bags,
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
A full line of fancy toilet iwaps.