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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, April 20, 1907, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1907
Tho police raided the district this
week for dogs on which the tax had
not been paid. They got many can
ines but there are hundreds of others
that should be taken up as many of
them are deseascd and many are a
nuisance to persons riding or driving.
VV. T. Robinson has torn down an
old building on Market Street and is
erecting a two stsry Store building
in its place.
A new Xray Machine for Dr. R. II.
Dinegar Is expectod on the next trip
of fi. e Nebraskan.
V Dr. Dinegar while driving his Olds
mobile on the road below tho Maui
Soda and Ice Works turned out to
prevent an excited horse from doing
damage. The Auto was going at a
lively clip and while the Doctor was
looking at the horse the machine
. struck a large stone and stopped but
the Doctor kept right on. The Doctor
walks with a decided limp but is im.
Some very pretty games of tennis
werotlayedon the Puunene Tennis
court Wednesday . evening. J. P.
Cooke and E. R. Adams played
against Mr. Savage and Walter Dil
lingham. Several sets were played
with honors even. At tho same time
Captain Humphries and Mr. Turner
played against F. P. Rosecrans and
W. Serby. The games resulted in
favor of the former.
The newly elected officers of the
Maui Racing Association held a meet
ing Saturday and decided to pestpone
arranging for the races of the Fourth
until those haing animals to cuter
could be communicated with. It is
the desire of the oflicers or the As
sociation to receive ccmr.iunication
from all parties who wish to enter
animals for the races and get their
views as to what purses shall be of
fered and how the same shall be
. arranged that the oflicers may be
able to better satisfy the owners of
horses as well as the public.
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. B. Dodge on Tuesday afternoon
April 23rd. at 3 p. m.
Net Saturday, the 27th. The
Daughters of the Kir.g will hold a
sale of work at which quite a nuin
ber of fancy and other articles will
be sold at very reasonable prices. In
addition there will be a Lemonade
and Candy table and also one with
Refreshments etc. The sale will be
held in the yard of the Church of the
Good Shephered. The object of the
Daughters of the King is a very
worthy one. Come aud help our girls.
George Maylield expects his Olds
mobile runabout today on the Ciau
dine. A heavy raiu visited Central Maui
The Maui Hotel bar is now supply
ing a freo lunch counter under the
new manager of this department of
the Hotel. ,
The quarterly meeting of the Maui
Wine and Liquor Company was held
in the Knights of Pythias Hall Wed-
nesday evening. A large attendance
The new engine for the rock crush
er has been received and is being set
up by W. . Bal Macadamizing will
be begun between Kahului and the
slaughterhouse in two weeks.
Post Master Vet'esen is out again
and In his office. He has been ill
some weeks. T. B. Lyons had charge
of the Post Office during his illness
Attorney J. L. Coke returned from
Honolulu Wednesday where he went
Friday night by Kinau to assist the
cause of a Court house for Maui.
J. P. Cooke and E. N. Adams took
an Automobile ride through town
F. A. Mayfield returned from HO'
nolulu Tuesday. He returns with i
fine pair of antlers.
Frank Vasconcellos resigned his
position as engineer in the Puunene
mill and departed last Wednesday
for Honolulu en route to the Coast,
where be intends to work in his line
A very pleasant farewell party
was given Miss Mary Andrade last
Tuesday eveniug by a nunibi r of hei
frieuds at the home of Mr. and Mn
Vierra. Miss Andrade has been
visiting Mrs. Vieira for tho past two
months aud returned to Honolulu by
the last trip of the Claudine.
Mrs. IT. A. Baldwin accompanied
by her maid and children went to
Honolulu Wednesday by the Neva-
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken and
children have gone to the coast for a
visit. They expect to remain away
until some time in July.
Miss Violet MaKee went to Ilono1
lulu this week. .
Mrs. A. S. Prescott returned to
Honolulu this week after spending
several weeks with friends on Maui.
Mrs. W. P. L. Bett went to Hono
lulu this week to place her son in
J. P. Cooke paid Maui a visit this
Secretary A. L. C. Atkinsan paid
Maui a visit Wednesday.
Mrs. McCann, accompanied by two
of her children, Miss Angie and Mas
ter Willard left Maul Wednesday for
th coast where they expect to le-
Attorney J. L. Coke returned from
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Dr. Frear is in town.
Ralph S. Johnstone of the Internal
Revenue Service is on Maui this week.
Harry Picker is on Maui this week
nterviewing those who need insur
The Pacific Mutual is his Company
and there seems to be general satis
faction with tho company and its
Allen L. Battomley of Bishop & Co.
M. R. Jameson of Honolulu paid
Wailuku a visit 1 his week.
H. C. Farmer of Los Angeles was
a Wailuku caller this week.
James Scott, former marager of
Kihei Plantation Co. Is on Maui this
L. Von Tempsky left for Hawaii
this week where he will visit the
various stock ranches on that island.
W. H. Greenwell, a stock raiser of
Hawaii returned to his home Tues
day evening. He has" been visiting
the stock ranches on this islands.
Bishop Restarick came over from
Hilo last Wednesday with his daugh
ter Margaret, fie leaves today for
Kula to open the now Chinese Church
wiiich lies been builtunder the super-
ivision of the Rev. Shim Yin Chin.
Manager A. J. McLeod of Kihei
was in town Thursday evening.
Last week Friday the Wailuku
friends and acquaintances of Mrs. W.
W. Hall of Honolulu were invited to
meet her most informally at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Dodge.
W. R. Pittenger of the Star is in
town this week.
W. J. Dyer of the Honolulu Iron
Works is on Maui this week. He ond
Mr. James Scott are inspecting the
mills of the island. Mr. Scott leaves
for Formosa on the 29lb instant
where he will erect several mills for
some Japanese Turns who recently
let contracts to the Honolulu Iron
Billy Green is expected ou Maui
Lost on the road from Wa'hce to
Puunene, Thursday, April 18th, one
glass face rimmed with brass from
Acetyliue lamp. Suitable reward.
Address: F. F. Baldwin, Puunene.
Death of Lizzie Mouro.
Lizzie Moura the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moura of Kihei
died at the Malulani Hospital Wed
nesday and was buried the following
day in the Catholic Cemetery in Wai
bhe had been ill with pneumonia
just two weeks and as her condition
became alarming from the start her
parents took her to the hospital
where she could have the best of
care. Fate seemed to be against
her however and her parents now
mourn her loss.
She was five years aud three
mouths of age at the time of her
In Custody (or Gross Cheat.
Charles Donohupof llonolul wanted
there on a charge of gross cheat was
taken into custcdy Friday afternoon
by Sheriff Saffery by request of the
Sheriff of Oabu whowired for his
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Notice of Drawing op Grasp and
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of Grand and Trial Jurors
to serve and act as such during the
June 1907 Term of the Circuit Court
of the Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, will take place in tho
Court Room of the said Court, at
Vailuku, or et Lahaina, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, on Wednesday, the 8th day
of May A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judpeofthc Circuit Court of ttie
Dated Wailuku, Maui, April 17, 1907.
Supreme Court Puzzled.
Washington, D. C, April 2. The
members of the Supreme Court of the
United States are recognized as be
ing long on law, but humble confession
was made from tho bench today that
it was short on pronunciation. It
should be said in justice to the court
that it required Hawaiian names to
bring the humility of ignorance cn
the members of the highest court in
It all came about in the case of
David Kawananakoa, Jonah Kawa
nanakoa, Abigail Kawananakoa and
Elizabeth K. Kawananakoa, appel
lants, against Ellen Alberta Poly
bank, otherwise kown as Sister
Alberta, trustee for Stella Kenmai
lani Cockett, all of Hawaii. It is an
appeal from a decree of foreclosure
and sale under a mortguge.
Justice Harlan was presiding, in
the absence of Chief Justice Fuller,
and when he reached the case on the
docket he cilled the number for
argument, and, instead of announcing
the title, as is the custom, he smiled
and confessed that he was unable to
pronounce the names of the plaintiffs
Justice Brewer had his curiosity
aroused, and wiu not willing that his.
learned associate should go tinin-
structed. The justice called on
counsel for Sister Alberta to pro
noui.ee the names of the plaintiffs.
"They are not my clients, and I
must respectfully decline," replied
the attorney. And the justices are
still wondering how the names should
be spoken. The justice who writes
the opinion will find himself in a
dilemma. Counsel for the persons
with the unpronounceable names sub
mitted their case iu a printed argu
ment, aud it has been suggested that
the difficulty they had in speaking
tho names of their clients might have
hod more or less to do with their
falling to argue the case in open
court. New York Tribune.
Senator W. J. Coolho was a Wailu
ku caller this week from Honolulu.
The crossing at the foot of Vine'
yard street was completed this week.
The sidewalk at tho corner of
Market and Main streets wps com
pleted this week.
Perm, The Hawaii
an, Roughrider, and
. Fiztpatrick Bros.
CORNER HOTEL and FORT STS
For sale by
KAHULUI STORE, KAHULUI.
PAIA STOKE, PAIA.
The Kahului Harness Shop
Harness Making and Repairing.
Saddles Made and Repaired.
General Leather Work, etc.
J. A. HARRIS, Prop.
Laces - " - Bnsertion - - -
Now on exhibition and sale a line of exquisite imported
bo described and they come in
sertions to match. The following are a few of the patterns:
Embroidered Valenciennes Lace.
Linen Irish Point Lace.
" " " Insertion.
and the beautiful RENAISSANCE ITAL1ENNE. This lace has been registered in Eng
land, France and the United States for exclusive designs and is something entirely new.
To cover a wide range of patterns we have only a few pieces
early bs they will go very fast.
l Petticoat silks must bo specially
strong or they 11 go to pieces
i ORKEDA is a line, strong
and makes a perfect petticoat -
that will wear well, better
many high-priced silks.
Your choice of many shades.
G0(f a yard; 22 inches wide.
Travelling Bags in genuine sole
Elegantly Bound, Imitation Leather Covers,
" " Sole "
" " ' and Leather lined
will last a lifetime with ordinary care
New Shipment of TRUNKS at prices ranging from
for the Home.
This Talking Machine, a won
der, only $3.25
Or with one dozen records.
Extra Records only 25 cents.
We arc headquarters for
Machines ;from $12.50 to $100
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
complete sots from the narrowest lace to allovers with in
Linen Irish Point Galon.
Dentolle Vosgicnnc Lace.
" " Insertion.
" Cluny Lace.
" " Insertion.
Ivory Dnchcssc Lace.
" " Insertion.
Prices range from 10c to $8.00 per yard.
Our embroidery silks have arrived:
KILO SILK, DRESDEN SILK, ROYAL FLOSS
in hundreds of different shades. We now have a full line ot Carl
son Currier's Celebrated Embroidery Silks in all numbers. Order
by color or number.
Gent's Furnishing Department
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, with and without collars attached, in
pure silk, mohair and funcy designs. Exclusive patterns. Only a
few of each style but'a wide range to choose from. All sizes from
if 1.25 to 2.50 each.
leather with leather linings,
CASES FROM THE FACTORY.
laces. Their beauty cat. not
of a pattern. Inspect them
E. & W. For years standard of Men's
Collars and Dress Shirts. We have them.
Collars at 25c each and the Shirts at
$2.50. Same as you pay on Broadway,
TIES. TIES. TIES. TIES.
A new shipment of wasli ond silk ties.
Beautiful and faddy patterns. This
special shipment will be sold at 35 cents
and 50 cents each, according to width.
only $10.00 and $12.50 each.
$3.00 to $22.50.