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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1907
An anonymous lot ter bas Won re
ceived by tin1 Kaliului fliiilroad Coin
1'iinj thteatenhi? suit for alledj-Htl
inistipatmciit of n passonupr who
chviinpil to liavi! purchased a return
trip ticket at I'aia recently. While
the Kahului Railroiul Company is not
paying any attention to anonymous
letters it is probable the. party
threatening suit would lie permitted
to see a statement of facts th.it are
made by several reputable citizens
that put an entirely different face on
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, May
28. at the home of Mrs. Ault.
One of the Japanese working on
the tunnels up lai valley was blown
up Thursday and badly burned and
cut up by llyivg stones. He was
carried down to town where he is
being treated by Or. Kobayashi.
Every thing looks prosi erous for
a great day at the track on the
Many Hawaiian ministers went to
Honolulu this week to attend a meet
lug of in that city.
A meeting of thp Nahiku Rubber
Company took place in the Baldwin
National Bank of Kahului Wed.vs
day. Dr. Waterhouse, Jared G.
Smith and other prominent hortieul
turists were present.
Beside-many of the old Favori'es
there will be a lot of new ones, for
you to see race on the Fourth, soind
from llinohilu, liana, Lahaina and
Notices are puiliiied in li.ls is'-uo
of the News of tin- registration of
marks of iiientilk at'uMi (,f hot lies used
by the dillertnt soda water nrmnfae
turers. A recent liW-" was euaelsd
making it a misdeuioaaor for any one
to sell buy, or traffic in bottles be
longing to parties who have register
ed their marks of identification.
The Wailuku Sugar Company
through its attorney J. L. Coke has
filed a suit appealing from the de
cision of the Tax Assessor in raising
the assessable valuation of the pro
perty of the Company from $1700,
000.00 to $2330f000.00.
Parties wishing to secure stalls at
the track for the coming races should
make application at once. As there
are more horses than stalls, it is a
case of first come first served.
Notices of the application of many
parties for a liquor license appears
"in this issue of the News.
A runaway occurred on High street
Thursday afternoon. A Jap was
driving the horsa which is owned by
Patrick Cockett. In making the
corner the driver was going too fast
and as he turned too short the sulky
upset throwing the Jap into the
street; The horse was stopped arter
running a few blocks.
Dr. Dinegar the Government phy
sician states that there is not the
slightest chance of contracting dip
theria from Mrs. R. A. WTadsworth
bv patrons of the Maul Soda & Ice
Works, as no one of Mr. Wadsworths
family are permitted in or near the
' Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth 's suffering
with a mild attack of Ciptheria.
Margaret Taylor the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Taylor
died Thursday. She had suffered but
afesv days with pneumonia. She was
a bright child and her bereaved
parents have the sympathy of the
entire community. t
Captain Parker of the dredgei
Reclamation made Kahului a flying
visit this week and returned to Ho
E. H. Hart and son Jimmie wett
to Honolulu this week.
Inspector of Schools, James C
Davis is .iu Wailuku this week in
specting the school here. He has
made a circuit of the schools of the
entire County and by the end of the
term will have visited every school in
the County twice.
Ou the road between McGregors
Landing and Kahului Store on Tues
day evening May 20 a watch fob with
Mnennie Emblem. Finder will leave
same at this office and receive re
irii I'd tf.
Judge A. N. Kepoikat went to Ho
nolulu this week. Mandamus pro
ceedings have been brought by At
torney-Genei al Peters to com pell him
to furnish free of cost a transcript ol
the evi'h'nee in the suit of the Te' ri
tory v. R. II. Hitchcock and Olio
Meyer. Those who are familiar with
the case fail to ee the justice of the
eon tent ion of the Attorney General.
Itjs claimed that if the Attorney
General wishes a transcript hp should
pay foi the same instead of trying lo
save his incidental fund u the ex
pense of the incidental fund of the
In pursuance of the provisions of
Act lul, Session Laws of l!Hi", en
titled: An Act tfo Protect the Own
ers of Bottles and Siphons Used in
the Manufacture and Sale of Soda
Waters, Mineral or Aerated Waters,
Porter, Ale, Beer, Cider Ginger A'e
or Other Beverages, which was up
proved and became law on A pril 2."th,
1907, the Ilygeia Soda & Ice Works
Co. Ltd. hereby gives public notice
that it has filed a description of s.iid
devices with the Treasurer of tin
Territory of Hawaii and that all
bottles having impressed up n them
the marks or d. vices hereinafter de
scribed are its property, that all per
sons dealing in bot tles so marked will
be prosecuted in accordance with
No. 1 Device blown into side (f
bottle as follows: Hygeia Soda Works
Kahului II. T.
No. 2 Device blown into bottom
of bottle; character of n star.
No. 3 Device etched on side of si
hon as follows: llvgeia Soda Wot Its
Kahului T. II., and stamped on the
brad of same b i'lh . Ivireia Soda
GEORGE B. HENDERSON,
Hygeia Soda &Ice Works Co. Ltd.
Kahului, Maui, T. H. May 22nd 11)07.
May 25, June 1.
Mamuliona olelo o ke Kanawai
101, o na Kanawai o 1907, i kapaia,
He Kanawai e Hoojnalu ana i na
Ona o na Omole e hnohanaia ana ma
ka Hana ana a Kuai ana i na Wai
Momona, ame na Wai Minerela, Po-
ka, Ela, Bia, Wai Momona Cida, Wai
Momona Awapuhi, ame na wai mo
mona e a e l like ole, i aponoia ai
lilo i kanawai ma Aperila 25, 1907,
ke hoolaha aku nei ka Ilygeia Soda
& Ice Works Co.. Ltd. ma ke akea,
ua waiho aku lakou he mau hoakaka
ona ano o ka lakou mzu Maka a
Hoailona me ka Puuku o ka Teritori
o Hawaii, a o na omole apau i kauia
maluna iho me na Maka ame na Hoai
lona i hoakakaia mahope aku nei, no
lakou ia waiwai, a o na poe apau e
hoohana ana a kuai ana paha l na
omole i makaia pela, e boopiiia no
e like me ke kanawai:
Helu 1. Hoailona i puhiia ma ka
aoao o ka omole, penei: t uygeia
Soda Wo ks:
Helu 2. Hoailona i puhiia malalo
o ka omole, he boku.
Helu 3. Hoailona i kahakahaia
ma ka aoao o na omole wai miner: la,
penei: "Ilygeia Soda Works," a i
kuniia no hoi ma ke poo o ua omole
'la, Ilygeia Soda Works.
GEO. B. HENDERSON,
Luua Nui, Hygeia Soda & Ice
Works Co., Ltd.
Kahului, Maui, T. II . Mei 21, 190
Mel 25, Iuno 1.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting held on April 28 1907 by the
Tow Yee Kwock Society the by laws
of the above society were amended
making it obligatory upon all of its
members to surrender their certifi
cates of membersnip and badges and
receive new ones therefor.
Any members failing to surrender
such certificate and badge within
three months from May 1st 1907 will
forfeit all right to benefits m the
Society. A charge of $100 will be
made for each new certificate.
TOW YEE KWOCK, Society.
Per G. TIEN HUNG,
T. KAN YAN,
All Kamrhameha School boys on
Maui, Preparatory or Manual, wheth
er graduates or not, are hereby re
4 ues led to communicato by phone or
mail will) S. Keliiuoi Wailuku, Maui.
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
Sealed piupoMils for furnishing,
21, 3152 feet of lumber ami 30 Minus
and shingles for Lahainaluna Semi
iary will be received nt the office of
Hie Superiiitendant of Public Instruc
tion until, 12 M. June 8th, 1907.
Bank forms of proposal, specifica
tions, and information ma be had
oil application at the oflice of ihe
Depart mi nt. of Public Instruction.
I'livelopes containing proposals
should be indorsed "Proposals for
furnishing lumber Lahainaluna" and
a liln t it'll to
W. II. BABBITT,
Superintendent of , Public Instruc
tion. Mav 25. June 1-8.
Chapter 30 ef the Revised Laws
of the Territory of Hawaii giving
authority to the Superintendent of
Public Works lo appoint Pound
Master and establish Pounds, having
been repealed by Act 134 of the
Session Laws of 1907, all persons
holding commissions as P uud
Mas'ers are hereby notified that the
same are cancelled and should be re
turned to the office of the Super
iutendent of Public WTorks,
All Government lands heretofore
set aside as Pounds are no longer to
be used for such purposes.
C. S. IIOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Territory of Hawaii.
Department of Public Works, IIo
hilu, T. II., May 8th, 1907.
May 25, June 1-8.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
BOARD OF AGRICULTURE &
Division of Animal Industry.
Rule 4. To amend rule 1 of the
Division of Animal Industry govern
ing the inspection and testing of iir.
ported live stock.
It having been found impracticable,
for want of competent inspectors, to
have horse stock (including mules and
asses) and cattle submitted to res
pectivcly the mallein and the tuber
culin tests at any other pnrt 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 of entry for horse stock and
cattle, unless the same shall be ac
companied by certificate of mallein
or tuberculin tests as provided for in
Rule 2 of the Division of Animal In
dustry of this Board."
Any violation of this rule is a mis
demeanor. This regulation shall take effect at
(Signed) W. M. GIFFARD,
President, Board of Agriculture
Approved May 2nd, 1907,
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Bail, Kahului, on the Satur
day night of each month nearest the
full moon, at 7.30 P. M.
SPECIAL MEETING on the
STATED meeting May 25th.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. II. CASR, R. W. M.
B EN J A V IN WILLIA M S,
t. f. Secretary.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGLON.
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.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Maui.
The DANGLER idea
Is to moke a W1CKLE5T OIL STOVE a
little lv?tlor thnn has l.een made be
fore. The bc-nffit Is to the purchasers.
When flame Is once regulated to fHve
amount of heat desired. It does not re
quire ony r.llcntk.n or watching while
menl Is cook In'!.
A new Sine of
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pC$t?iff- 'Jrr.. f$0$ k
f lj Xff&i&Ji !l
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World Renowned as the best. Made by
patent process. The first
See our special bargain list
NO. 12. STANDARD RAZAC SliT.
Triple silver-plated holik-r and twelve ilouljle-edijeil
lilades, genuine leather Case $3.50
Same as olxjve (juailruplu golJ plated , 6 50
lllades, i perdo.en. Set blades rehoued, 25.
NO. 92 COMC1NATIO.N RAZAC SKT.
Triple silver-ilated hn'.der, twelve blades, Iiadger-llair
brush and Ka.ac Shaving Stick, in triple silver-plated
Uixes, packed iu leather case $5.00
Same as utxive ijiiadvuple Kold-plated 8.00
The Ii Store with the Little Prices.
We make all styles of
furniture to order. O ir
line of Koa Beds will be on
exhibition in a few days.
FOR WEAR AND FOR
Ro-c-na Medallion Cloth
Is a favorite. For your own
Winter shirt-waist . morning
dress and the children's school
dresses, MEDALLION is the
thing you are looking for. It is
mercerized in the yarn-therefore
the laundry will not destroy tbo
On sale hore, and exclusively,
. 29c. Yard.
In ORKKDA wo show "The Silk That leasts." It's a
pure silk, without an ounce of fictitious weighing. Es-
pceially good for foundations, for it's far more serviceable
than many more expensive silks.
'; (15r a yanl; 22 1,10,108 WKlc
I'lll II I
H J11VIIAJ I J IU11VI W IAJL1.VLJL VJH KJ
nee only SL50 per bag.
The Razac will cut any beard that ever
grow. You can clean up all the corners with the
Razac; yet the corners of the blade are so
that you cannot gougo your face. You can
even shavo the back of your neck. It is tho
most scienific instrument ever devised for
taking tho board oil' the face.
i a i w
time in the
at the store.