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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JUNE I, 1907
It is said that John Kerr will start
the Miui favorate this Fourth of
July. He also has one called the Win
ner. We hope this is not one of
John's pipe dreams. People are
anxious to see fcood men and good
horses on the track.
A cencert will be given at Mauna
olu Seminary, Makawao on the even
ing of June8th, beginning a! .8 o'clock.
At the closo there will be a ?ale of
needle ond lauhala work done by the
Corhe to the track at the week's
The public Is cordially invited to
attend the closing exercises of Mau
naolu Seminary which will be held
June 11, at ten a. m. The closing
feature of the progrum and one that
is occasioning considerable interest.
is a game of Basket Ball betwei n
Peahl School and Maunaolu. This is
the first public contest on Maui,
from the enthus'asm and hard work
of both teams we predict a close and
Rumor has it that there will be a
couple of good ones up on to-day's
Claudine for the local sport.
Your grocer has on hand a stock
of the famous Heinz 57 Varities.
Everyone of them is good. Order
today. H. Hack field & Co., L'td.,
May the Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
do your printing and developing?
You will be d lighted wich results.
For health and strength drii.k
Primo Beer. It will do you lots of
A barber from Kauai is on his way
here to take the shop in town recent
ly leased to S. Decker by M. Vie'ra.
It is said the new ma1: is skilled in
his art and those who feard long
wiskers would soon be the custom
were wrong In their predictions.
The Knights of Pythias have had
a register made and require every
member and visitor to sign his name
before the opening of the Lodge.
This will be an accurate record of
the attendance of each member. If
vou are a Kn'ght see that your name
appears on the register during the
The Waikapu bcseball team played
tho Lahainas last Sunday at Kilohana
park aud suffered defeat at the hands
of the Lahaina team in a score of 9
Tho Wailuku team played the Ka
hului second team last Sunday at Ka
hului defeating the port team in a
score of 11 to 2.
It is said there will be a baseball
game at Wells park tomorrow.
A. Encs, wile, mother and child,
returned from Honolulu last Tuesday
Mrs. L. A. Perry and child arriveJ
last Tuesday evening on a visit to her
father, Mr. M. S. Mederios of
Mr. Vierra and family left Wailuku
permanently this week for Honolulu.
Mr. Vierra has been the only white
barber in town for the past six
months. He and Mrs. Vierra made
many friends while here.
N. B. Young of Honolulu is on Maui
this week with a line of goods is and
supplying the various stores.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blair of San
Francisco were registered at the
Maul Hotel this week.
H. L. Kerr, the architect came up
on the Claudine Saturday to look ever
the grounds where the new court
house will be built. He has drawn
plans for the building and it is ex
pected the plans will be accepted
soon and that tbe bids for the con
struction of the building will betd
vertised for within a few weeks.
A fellow by the name of Frank
Grau is on Maui from Honolulu and
representing himself as a special
agent if the High Sheriff. As he is
driuking heavily and begging on the
streets be is much more likely to be
a ward of the Sheriff of the County
of Maui than an agent of the High
Sheriff unless he mends his ways.
Mr. Corbely, bookkeeper for the
Kipahulu Sugar Company has resigu
ed his position and accepted employ
ment with the Kahrlui Railroad Com
pany. He and Mrs. Corbely and
childreu arrived iu Kahului by the
Mrs. William Bell has accepted
employment in the Kahului Store
Mrs. Guy Owen and Miss Ella
Murray arrived last week from Ho
nolulu as guests of Mrs. W, W. Wes
coatt. They will return to Honolulu
Mrs. C B. Wells and son Ira were
passengers to flonoulu this from Kahului.
Mrs. Wadsworth has entirely re
covered from her recent illness. Sli
was the only member of the family
that, was ill. They are waiting now
for the time for the lifting or t tie
John Eberlv who has bt'rn ill in the
Puunone Hospital is improving.
VV. H. Smith, the stenographer of
the Kahului Store is ill nt the Ma!u-
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
Sealed proposals for furnishing
21, 332 feet of lumber and 30 thous
and bhinglos for Lahainaluna Semi
nary will be received at the office of
the Superintendantof Public Instruc
tion until 12 M. June 8th, 1007.
Bank forms of proposal, specUica
tions, and information maj be had
on application at the office of the
Department of Public Instruction.
Envelopes containing proposals
should be indorsed "Proposals for
furnishing lumber Lahainaluna" and
W. H. BABBITT,
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. May 25. June 1-8.
Chapter 30 of the Revised Laws
of the Territory of Hawaii giving
authority to the Superintendent of
Public Works to appoint Pound
Master and establish Pounds, having
been repealed by Act 134 of the
Session Laws of 1907, all persons
holding commissions as Prund
Mas'ers are hereby notified that the
same are cancelled and should be re
turned to the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works.
All Government lands heretofore
set aside as Pound3 are no longer to
be used for such purposes.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Territory of Hawaii.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. H., May 8lh, 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 An!mal Iudustry govern
ing the inspection and testing of im
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
pectively the mallein and the tuber
culin tests at any other part 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 bd ac
companied by certificate of mallein
or tuberculiu 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
This regulation shall take effect at
(Signed) W. M. GIFFARD,
President, Board of Agriculturo
Approved May 2nd, 1907,
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
LODGE MAUI, No. 98 , A. P. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on tho 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. CASE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
In pursuance of the provisions of
Act 101, Session Laws of 1907, en
titled: An Act to Protect the Own
ers of Bottles and Siphon"' 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 p
proved and became la w on A pril 25th,
100", the Hygeia Soda & lee Works
Co. Ltd. hereby gives public notice
that it has filed a description of said
devices with the Treasurer of th3
Territory of Hawaii and that all
bottles having impressed nprn them
the mark or d; vices hereinafter de
senbed are its property, that all pr-r
sous dealing in hot ties so marked will
lie prosecuted in accordance with
No. 1 Device blown into side of
bottle as follows: Hygeia Soda Works
Kahului H. T.
No. 2 Device blown into bottom
of bottle; character of a star.
No. 3 Device etched on side of si
phon as follows.: Ilvgeia Soda Works
Kahului T. H., aud stamped on the
head of same bottle, Hygeia Soda
GEORGE B. HENDERSON,
Hygeia Soda &Ice Works Co. Ltd.
Kahului, Maui, T H. May 22nd 1907.
' May 25, June 1.
Mamuliona olelo o ke Kanawai
101, o na Kanawai o 1907," l kapaia,
He Kanawai e Hoomalu ana 1 na
Ona o na Omole e hoohanaia ana ma
ka Hana'ana a Kuai ana 1 na Wai
Momona, ame na Wai Minerela, Po
ka, Ela, Bia, Wai Momona Cida, Wai
Momona Awapuht, ame na wai mo
mona e a'e i like ole, i aponoia a i
lilo i kanawai ma Aporila 25, 1907,
ke hoolaha aku nei ka Hygeia Soda
& Ice Works Co., Ltd. ma ke akea,
ua waiho aku lakou he mau hoakaka
o na ano o ka lakou mi u Maka a
Hoailona me ka Puuku o ka Teritori
o Hawaii, a o na omolo apau i kauia
maluna iho me na Maka ame na Hoai
lona 1 hoakakaia mabopc aku nei, no
lak'ou ia waiwai, a o na poe apau e
hoohana ana a kuai ana paha l na
omole i makaia pela, e hoopiiia no
e like me ke kanawai:
Ilelu 1. Hoailona 1 puhiia ma ka
aoao o ka omole, ponei: tJygeia
Soda Wo ks:
Ilelu 2. Hoailona i puhiia malaln
o ka omole, he hoku,
Ilelu 3. Hoailona i kahakahaia
ma ka aoao o na omole wai miner: la,
penei: "Hygeia Soda Works," a i
kuniia tin hoi ma ke poo o ua omole
'la, Hygeia Soda Works.
GEO. B. HENDERSON,
Luna Nui, Hygeia Soda & Ice
Works Co., Ltd.
Kahului, Maui, T. H. Mei 21, 1907.
Mel 25, Iune 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 aud
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 in the
Society. A charge of f 1.00 will be
made for each new certificate.
TOW YEE KWOCK, Society.
Per G. TIEN HUNG,
T. KAN YAN,
All Kamehamcha 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.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to3P:M.
7 P. M. to 8 P. M.
On tho road between McG regors
Landing and Kahului Store on Tues
day evening May 20 a watch fob with
Masonic Emblem. Finder will leave
same at this office and receivo re
This Oak finish, high arm Rocker,
special next week, $3.00,
5 i i n
4 ; n
A complete line of Burt's Ladies
Shoes. New Summer stvles. The
handsomest line of shoes ever shown.
All sizes and widths. Prices from
$4 to $5 per pair.
A new line, direct from the Manu
factures, will be placed on sale next
week. Exquisite designs. All widths
with insertions to match.
In our special prices last week we
sold 201l)s. of dry Granulated Sugar
for 75 cents. Did y ou get any of it?
Hotter come in and ask for our
weekly leaders. In this line they
are all good ones.
Gold Medal Flour.
In spite of heavy advances on other
flours we will not increase the price
of this Hour at present but will con
tinue to sell at $1.50 per bag.
The Bi Store with the Little Prices.
Fop the little ones this beautiful Go
Cart with rubber tires, cool perfora
ted seat and back, bicycle wheel a,
Cobbler sejat, Golden Oak finish Din
ning Room Chair, special next week,
Fly Season is Screen Season
Flies are here. Old screens look rusty and dingy. New
screens cost much more than a new coat of paint. Give
old screens a coat of
and make them look like new. Sherwin-Williams Screen
Enamel does not gum up the wire. It leaves a fair gloss
that prevents dust, dirt and moisture from remaining on
the screen. Easy to apply.
Made in two colors, black and green. Put up in li
pint, pint and quart tins.
FOR SALE BV