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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1907
A notice of intention to consider
the setting npart of certain Govern
ment lands in the districts of Koolau
and Hana, Maui, ns portions of the
Forest Reserves and of a public hear
ing concerning that subject appenrs
in this issue.
The Doard of Agriculture and
Forestry publishes in this issue
changing the rule governing the in
spection and tcst'ng of imported live
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, May
14, at the home of Mrs. Ault.
The Knights of Pythias of Aloha
Lodge No. 3 will hold a meeting to
The County Supervisors had their
first meeting under the now date
fixed by the last legislature this
The new rock crusher Is about
ready for work.
The. cement crossing of Church
street is being made this week.
The track to the large new ware
house in Kahului was laid this week.
The Sun Set Base ball team of Ka
hului played the Paias last Sunday
at Baldwin's park. A large number
of persons were present. The score
was 5 to 9 in favor of the Kahului
team. There will be a return gatne
of ball at Kahului the 19th.
The Sbip Bangalore Captain Blan
chard sixteen days from . San Fran
cisco arrived in Kahului Tuesday
afternoon, and took on a cargo of
Calabash polishing is being done
by J. A. Harris the Kahului painter:
The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society
is making preparations for a grand
luauand fair to be given on June 11
next. There will also be a dance on
the evening of the 10th. As the
society has always been very sue
eessful. a large attendance at the
dance and luau is expected.
Grcnt Contest Clones.
The voting contest inuraugurated
by the Wailuku Cash Store and the
Maui Dry Goods Co., for the sole
purpose of learning who the most
popular persons on Maui were, has
come to a close after a good deal of
hustling on the part of the cantest
As a result of tho final count last
Wednesday evening at the Wailuku
Cash Store, the judges awarded the
prizes as follows:
1st. T. B. Lyons 9176 Votes.
2nd. T.Burlem 71G3 "
3rd. W. II. Rogers 5543 "
4th. D. L. Meyer ' 5513 "
5th. Rev. G. Tanaka 4043 "
6th! W. E. Bal 4(511 . , "
7th. M. Vieira 3593 ' "
The prizes awarded were all valu
able ana useful articles and the man
. agoment of both stores are to be con
gratulated on the manner in which
they carried out the contest, it being
a successful one in every way.
Representative John I. Silva of
Kauai made Maui friends a visit this
week. Many years ago he was em
ployed by A. Enos in the store here
in town but left there to go into bus
inrss for himself on Kauai whprp he
has been very successful and is now
the owner of the largest independent
businfss on the island. While on
M aui he was the guest of A Ferritin
des Jr. of Paia
Henry W. Snow, the nssistant
mr.ragpr of the Scientific American
was on Maui this wppk interviewing
some of the lpading citizens with the
object in view of placing orders for a
limited number of the Americana a
n"w Encyclopedia just published by
thp Scientific American at a cost of
Ore and one half million dollars. The
work is the latest and most up to
date publication of its kind and will
soon be placed on thp general markr ',
J. J. Sullivan, the traveling man
of Cahn, Nickleberg & Co. was on
Maui this week taking orders for his
firm. He left Wednesday for Hilo.
C. A. Bruns of the firm ot Einstein
fe Simons of San Francisco was on
Maul this week.
W. von Seggern was registered at
the Maui Hotel one day this week.
Dr. F. E. Sawyer of Puunene, Dr.
Burt, S H. Hagerup, H. Neubaur,
H. W. Snow, and S. P. Bartly were
registered at the Maui Hotel Sunday.
Mrs. G. C. Hofgaard was visiting
fripnds on Maui this week. Mr. Hof
gaard has entirely recovered and is
at Honokaa Hawaii. Mrs. Hofgaard
left Wedensday for Hawaii to join her
A. Enos returned to town Tuesday
after a short vacation in Honolulu.
W. H. Crawford is o Maui this
Mrs. 11. i'ereira or. Honolulu is
visiting Mrs. M. R.. Pereira of Wai
luku. She came up on the Mauna
Loa Tuesday evening.
Gus Rose the license collector is
on Maui this week looking up deli-
quents and will require them to put
up or shut up.
Sheriff Saffery was called to Hono
lulu this waek to appear before the
Federal jury as a witness.
FOREST RESERVE HEARING.
Notice of Intention to cmisidf r, the
Setting apart of certain Government
Lands in the Districts of Koolau and
liana. Island of Maui, as portions of
the Forest Reserves therein and of
Public Hearing concerning snid Sub
Notice is hereby given that under
the provisions of Chapter 28 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, amended
hv Act C5 of the Session Laws of
1!MI5, and by Act 4 of the Session
Laws of 1907, a public hearing will
be helii bv the Governor of the Terri
tory and the Board of Commissioners
'if Agriculture and Forestry, on May
27 1907. at 2 o'clock P. M., in the
office i f the Board of. Agriculture
and Forestry, on King Street, in H v
nolulu, Island of Oahu, to conbi ler
the setting apart of portions, of the
following government lands, as in
tegral parts of the Koolau, Maui
and the Hdna Forest Reserves. In
the Koolau Forest Reserve, the gov
ernment lands of Honomanu, Keanae
Mauka, Wailua, 1 and 2Mauka, Wai
lua-Ulaino Forest (2 tracts) contain-
ng an aggregate area of 15,9'iO
aores, more or less: 'u the Hana
Forest Reserve, the government
lands of Koali Puuhaoa, Walciu, Ka-
wela Kaeleku, East Honomaele and
the Hana Forest tract, containing
an aggregate area of 7,013 acres,
more or less.
.A map t nd description of the said
lands proposed to be set apart, are
on file in the oflice of the Su;enn
tendnnt of forestry in Honolulu,
where they are open to the inspec
lion of the public.
At the said limn and place all per
sons who so desire will be given full
opportunity to be heard upon the
subject matter of this notice and to
present evidence and arguments, in
person, by proxy, or by letter, eith
er for or against the setting apart of
said lands as parts ' of these forest
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, May G, 1907.
You Need a Stove?
designed for use in (his
climate. Only $10.00.
A few complete sets of. decor
ated dinner ware fresh from
the factory. Unique and
beautiful decorations. No
two sets alike. Prices from
$20.00 per set upwards.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai, has been ill
for the past few days but was well
enough to hold court Tuesday.
Another son arrived at the home
of Dr. St. Sure Sunday.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin accompanied
Mrs. Lufkin to Honolulu Friday
night. Mrs. LiUfkm will go east, or a
visit to relatives.
Mrs. J. L. Osmer was called to
Hawaii by wireless to bo at the bed'
side of her niece Miss Rosie Helbush,
She was too late however as the little
girl had died the same day Mrs.
Osmer left Maui. Mrs. Osmer will
not return for some time.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai appointed
District Magistrate George Kuoukau
to act temporarily in place of W. J.
liecaru pending his bearing on a
charge of accepting a bribe.
Counti Engineer Hugh Howell
went to Honolulu Thursday night
He will return next week.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
HOARD OF AGRICULTURE
Division of Animal Industry.
CARD OF THANKS.
The children and grand children
of tho late Rebeccx Keanu Kanui
wish to extend their most heart
thanks to all those who kindly as
sisted and sympathized with them
during their late breaveiueut.
The Executive Committee appoint
ed at a recent meeting of cltlzsus
met at the Baldwin National Bank at
three o'clock p. m.on tho 9th instant
and selected the following entertain
ment committees. '
Lahaina W. Henuing Chairman,
W. . Decoto, L. Barkhausen, Ho
norable A. N. Haysclden aud S. Kupu
Waildku-R. A. Wadsworth.Chair
man, W. T. Robinson, J. L. Coke, W
Searby, and J. W. Wrenn, members.
Makawao-Hamakualoa. H. A.
Baldwin, Chairman, L. vcnTempsky,
W. F. Pogue, Edgar Morton and A
F. Tavares, members.
Finance Committee. C. B. Wells,
Chairman, D C. Lindsay, C. D. Luf- KANUI May 6, 1907
kin and J. N. S. Williams, members.
On arrival of the Congressional
party in Kahului breakfast will be
served there and the party taken to
Waihee to wituess the opening of tho
new Waihee ditch. It is planned to
have the ditch completed by that
time aud the water turued into the
ditch from the mauka intake.
The rest of the programme has not
been arranged yet as the committee
will await more complete information
as to the number of I do party to
arrive and their wishes as to their
Rule 4. To amend rule 1 of the
Division of An'mal Industry govern
ing the inspection and testing of in:
ported live stock.
It having been found impracticable,
tor want of competent inspectors, to
have horse stock (including mules and
asses) and cattle submitted to res
pectively the malleiu and the tuber
culin tests at any other pjrt than
Honolulu, it is ordered that para
graph 4 of Rule 1 of the Division of
Animal Industry of this Board be and
is hereby amended to read as follows:
"Until further notice the port of
Honolulu shall constitute the only
port ot entry for horse stock and
cattle, unless the same shall be ac
companied by certificate qf mallein
or tuberculin tests as provided for in
Rule 2 of the Division of Animal Iu
dustry of this Board."
Any violation of this rule is a mis
This regulation shall take effect at
(Signed) W. M. GIFFARD,
President, Board of Agriculture
Approved May 2nd, 1907,
G. R. CARTER,
. Governor of Hawaii.
All Ivamehameha School boys on
Maui, Preparatory or Manual, wheth
er graduates or not, are hereby re
quested to communicate by phone or
mail with S. Keliinoi Wailuku, Maui.
ca Keanu Kanui, mothe" of Mrs.
Heliaka Kawaiboa and Ben net L.
Namakeha and grandmother of the
Kahakauila, Kaluna and Kamaka-
'hukilaui families of Wailuku.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Haud.
Market St. t : Wailuku, Maui.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the Satur
day n'ght of each month nearest the
full moon, at 7.;.'J P. M.
SPECIAL MEETING on the
STATED meeting May 25th.
v isiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. II. CSE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary
DR. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURCliON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
, 10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to 3 P. M.
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
To clear out all our cut
"The Silk That Lasts." We
are showing to-day the most
extraordinary silk value in
the superb new fabric, OIl-
Its wear is splendid pos
itively the surest money's
worth you can get at Hoc. a
yard; 22 inches wide.
and short pieces of
Goods we will place
them on sale as remnants
the coming week. Prices
will be very low. Choose
yours quickly and you will
have many patterns to pick
from, but they will not last
long, so come early.
This American Safety
ilazor complete, in small
all ready for instant
Only U. 00.
Our Specials will be more interest
ing next week than eyer. Ask to
see the list at our store.
The Big Store with the Little Prices.