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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907
MAUI BLUE BOOK
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JudKoW. A.MoKoyUist. Musistrato, Wnlluku
" J. Rcpftrd " "
" Clins. Copp, " "
' Kunuknii, " "
" J. Kalntnn, " 1
" PUmnnu, " "
" C. C. Conrad t " ''
1 Kahoohnlnhnla, " '
W. T. Koblnson, Tox A-Jteswor
J. N. K. Kcolft, Deputy Assessor
A. F. TnvnrcH
a. Punn, "
M. II. tloutor, " "
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Wm. HutinlnR, Supervisor, Clinlrmnn LnHalna
8. E. Kttluo,
T. M. Church,
W. P. Hnia,
T. T. Movers,
U. H. Cnse,
W. P. Crockott,
L. M. Ilaldwln,
W. P. Knao,
Deputy County Attorney
Sherin'H Clerk Wailuku I
C. Lakl, Deputy Sheriff
C. It. Lindsay, " "
Kdirnr Morton, " "
P. Wittrock, " "
Pain Nnki, " "
(SPECIAL TO MAUI NEWS.)
Honolulu, April 76.
The Senate this morning:
passed the Maui County
Loan Bill of $110,000.
The bill had been killed
a few days previous.
At Papaikou, Hawaii, last week,
Shimazu Kane, a married Japanese
woman, stabbed to death a man with
whom she ran away from her husband
about two years ago. She is in cus
The barkentine h ullei ton with a
cargo of fuel oil al-rived in Kahului
harbor last Tuesday from Port liar
ford. She returned yesterday for
The schooner S. T. Alexander saih
od from Kahului to Mahukona last
The Maui Telephone Co. is having
new telephone directories printed.
They will be ready on the Hist of
S. Decker, the local Singer Sewing
Machine man, has received a consign
ment of new machines which are now
on display at his office on Main st reet.
Engineering Expert Schuyler, who
was brought to Honolulu at the re
quest of a legislative committee to
inspect the Nuuanu Dam, has handed
that committee a report saying the
dam is alright for completiou.
AW kinds of delicious refreshments
at the sale of work in the Church
yard this afternoon.
The Senate last Tuesday killed the
Local Option measure by a vote to
indefinately postpone the bill.
Judge Parsons of Hilo is expectly
in Wailuku in the near future to hear
the fishery cases, m which Judge
Kepoikai is disqualified.
The Maui polo players are all keen
about an inter-island tournament this
year. There is a proposition on foot
for Maui to send over a tennis team
as well as a polo team, and to sand
wich some inter-island tennis matches
betwpen the polo tournaments. Yal.
ter Dillingham is in, favor of holding
a gymkhana during Polo Week. Re
Come and help our girls.
Mrs. MayT. Wilcox has sent hprl
resignation as a Commissioner of
Public Instructiou to Governor Car
ter. She is with her sist er in New
York, who is ill, and is going to stay
another year. Her lea ve cf absence
has about expired. Adve rtiser.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, April
3D, at the home uf Mrs. Ault.
The engineers are preparing surveys
remodeled dredger which wai arrive
very snoruy unuer uie comma.m or
Captain Parker to complete the
areaging oi me inner oasiu oi ivanu-
Owing to delays at Saliua Cruz no
large freighters are expected at
Kahului to load sugar until the he'
ginning of next month, tvucu live
vessels, averaging 3,000 tons each,
are expected iu rapid succession,
Don t forget the sale of work given
Tv11,u. r ,1,0 K'iiwr in Dim
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yam 01 me vnurcnoi 111c uuou oue
,eri t,js afternoon at 2 o'clock,
J. R. Daggett arrived in Wailuku
Saturday and is making his yearly
visit to Maui. Mr. Daggett lias been
a regular visitor to the islands every
'ear fr tnR Pas1, P'ffht years where
lie cornos to look after hi interests
the various plantations in wliichho
has investments. Last year he re
turned to his home in San Francisco
just a few days before the great
earthquake and had to take his turn
in line for bread.
Ralph S. Johnstone of the Internal
Revenue Service inspected the wit.ery,
. , , 1 1 ,i.
iuupilKinuu Mils wu.-iv uuu i'iun
the Mauna Una Monday lor iionoiiuu.
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All lovers 01 lee L-ream wouiu cio
well to visit the grounds of the Church
A. Enos and wife and his mother
went to Honolulu Wednesday by the
Claudine. Mr. Enos is expected back
by the Kinau next Tuesday evetiing.
II. M. Coke was a passenger to
Honolulu this week. He is expected
home this morning.
C. Hansen of Puunene went to
Honolulu this week.
George L.Keeney went to Honolulu
this week. He will return with a
pair of antlers.
F. Hons went to Honolulu this week
to be initiated in the Order of Elks.
Mrs. Chas. Cash, who has been
spending a few weeks in Wailuku
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Enos, returned
to Honolulu per last Claudine.
Mr. James Scott, formerly manager
of Kihci Plantation, rctu'"ied to Ho
nolulu last week, from whence he ex
pects to leave for Formosa on the
29th i est.
Attention! Attention!! Attention!!!
One of the greatest exhibitions of
art ever given in Wailuku will bo held
this afternoon iu the Church school
Dr. F. E. Sawyer of Puunene made
a flying trip to Honolulu tins week.
Mrs. S. Decker was a returning
passenger to Honolulu by the Clau
Mr. and Mrs. A. J.' Fernandez of
Kahului took the Claudine for a short
trip to Honolulu.
Managers Austin and Anderson of
the Hawaiian-American and Nahiku
Rubber Cos. respectively were past
sengers to Honolulu by the steamer
Governor Signs Bills.
Governor Carter today notified the
Legislature that he had signed the
House Bill No. 32, Act 78, "An
Act to provide for t'..e voting of a
person who has failed to register as
House Bill No. 79, "An Act to
amend Section 1 of Act 64 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1905, relating to the
issuance of certificates of Hawaiian
House mn No- 102 Act 80 "Aa
Act relating to juries, amending
Sections 1779, 1780, 1782 and 1752a,
of the Revised Laws as amended by
Act 74 of the laws of 1905."
House Bill No. 138. Act 81, "An
Act to establish the Hawaiian Lib
rary and to provide for its care and
House Bill No. 15G, Act 82, "An
Act amending chapter 176 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, relating to
co-oners iuquests by adding therelo
a new section, to be known as Sec
House Bill No. 109, Act 83, "An
Act to amend sections 1804 aud 1805
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, re
lating to judgements, executions and
House Bill No. 190, Act 84, "An
Act to amend Sections 3039 and 3040
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, re
latiug to malicious burning."
House Bill No. 192, Act 85. "An
A:t iQ requlro the furni&iimg 0f
formation regcrding the possession
i d owne,.8hip of Dro Brm8 aiiu- am
munitiou within the Territory of
Senate Bill No. 51, Act 80, "Au
Act to encourage the construction or
development of railroads in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.'
Senate Bill No. 100. Act 87, "An
Act amending section 1727 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii relating to civi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SI-XONl) CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Notice of Drawino of Grand 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 the
Court Room of the said Court, at
Wailuku, or et Lahaina, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of
Ha wali, on Wednesday, the 8th day
of May A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judye of the Circuit Court of the
Dated Wailuku, Maui, April 17, 1907.
Perm, The Hawaii
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CORNER HOTEL and FORT STS.
Fop sale by
KAHULUI STORE, KAHULUI.
PAIA STORE, PAIA.
The Katiului Harness Shop
Harness Making and Repairing.
Saddles Made and Repaired.
General Leather Work, etc.
J. A. HARRIS. Prop.
1 STAR PLANING MILL
uMtr t r i tv dad nrtuTMfoa
- huh ulaui run i unn xuor.
Mouldings, Tanks and all kinds
of Mill Work Made to order.
FIRST-CLASS WORK DONE.
W. J. MOODY, Prop.
KAHULUI, : MAUI, T. II.
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Dr. H. W.Hayes has been appoint
ed Government physician for the
eeward side of Molokai. He will
begin his duties on the first of May-
Bishop Restarick, accompanied by
his daughter Margaret, returned to
Honolulu by the Mauna Loa Monday
Mr. aud Mrs. C. B. Wells returned
Tuesday night fiom Honolulu,
D. H. Davis departed for Honolulu
to attend the Federal Jury.
Mr. II. A. Baldwin was a Honolulu
bound passenger by last week's
Hugh Howell and Attorney J. L
Coke met with what might have been
a serious automobile accident this
week while going to Lahaina. On
their way the axle of the machine
broke and threw both of them ou
while they were running at a rapid
rale. They were somewhat bruised
though not seriously hurt. The ac
cident occurred near Puuhele.
Carl Waldeyer has just received
$150.00 for benefits from the Pacific
Mutual Life Insurance Company on
account of a policy he took out with
them on the first day of last Novem
ber. He had fortunately taken out
a policy with the company during the
day and met with an accident late
in the evening of the same day.
Vote ob Bulletin Contest.
April, 20, 1907.
Daisy Todd, Hilo 117,280
Kuulei Hapai, Hilo 09,401
flattie L. Saffery. Honokaa.. 50,800
Hester Lemon, Honolulu. . . . 30,42:
Emma Rose, Honolulu 32,980
Lillian Mundon, Kauai 29,750
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Cobalt Yellow Deep
and quality suitable for
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Murillo Water Color Boxes
And a nice assortment of paus of
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OP ALL KINDS IN STOCK.
Banjos, $5.00 to $10.00 each. Accordions, 4.00" 7.50 " Harmonicas .15 1.00 "
Guitars, 5.00'' 15.00 " Mandolins. 5.00 " 15.00 " Autohnrps 2.50 Upwards.
Ukuleles, 4.50" 10.00 " Violins, 7.50" 25.00 "
Mandolin Picks, Violin Bridges, Bows, lianjo Bridge, Strings for all instruments. Instruction bookB,
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French Naples Yellow .
Grpenish Naples Yellow
Naples Yellow No. O. P
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Neutral Tint '
COLORS IN TUBES -150 EACH.
COLORS IN TUBES 20c BACH.
COLORS IN TUBES 25c
COLORS IN TUBES -30c
COLORS IN TUBES 40c
II. P. Mixture
Pale drying oil
Strong drying oil
Artists Japan ncdtin boxes
Higgins Waterproof ink
Pyoyraphy outfits and points.
This little talking machine with case, price only $5.50,
Records lor above, 25 cts. each.
Will reproduce faithfully
well as nieny machines
Paynes G rey
" Green light
" " Medium
Raw Sienna '
Zinnobar Green Lt.
" " Deep.
Owing to shortage of
space' oar Grocery Dept.
Specials had to be omit3
ted. Ask to see the list
at the store.
all of the tones clearly ami as
much more expensive.