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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS
Jno. Kerr can be seen every day
with a wise look nnd ft smlie driving
Maui's favorite, McKinley.
A teacher's examination will be
held on the 2Gth and 27 th of this
month. The Department of educa
tion requires all persona whose certi
rlcates have expired and all who have
no certificates who desire to teach
to present themselves for examina
The County Supervisors will hold
their monthly meeting next week.
The track was never in better shape
than at present. The stalls have all
been repaired and the fences fixed.
A reward of Fifty Dollars is offered
for the arrest and conviction of the
party or parties who. recently burg
larized the residence of County At
torney D. II. Case.
The Star Planing Mill of Kahului
Is manufacturing some very fine Mis
sion furniture, center tables of Koa
and flower stands.
A number of Local Automobilists
have signified their intention of rac
ing on the Fourth and can be seen
Chapter 30 of the Revised Lows
of the Territory of Hawaii iriving
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been repealed by Act 134 of the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 P-und
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 Pounds are no longer to
be used for such purposes.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Territory of Hawaii.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. II., May 8th, 1907.
May 25, June 1-8.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, W. II. Babbit, passed through
Wailuku Wednesday on his way to
Waihee where work is being done on
trying tbeir machines on ti e track, the school grounds and where a new
The Kahului Harness Factory is school house has recently .been built.
installing up-to date machinery and
turning out lurge quantities of first
class harness and saddles.
The Kahului Railroad .Company is
filliuu in the low lar.ds in and about
Kahului and will in time raise the
level of the entire town site. When
this work is completed and proper
drains provided the town should be
free from mosquitoes and the place a
most desirable locality in which to
If you have a horse that you want
to race and can't find a race to suit
him, see W. T. Robinson D. T. Carey
or D. II. Davis the Executive of the
M. R. A. and they will do all they can
for you and find a race for your horse.
There was a game of base ball
played at Welis Park last Sunday
between the Lahainas and a picked
team In town composed of members
from different teams here. The at
tendance was good. Many errors
were made on both sides but especial
ly so by a number of the players
here. The score stood Eight to four
teen in lavor of Lahaina
Patronize citizens and telephone
vour orders to A. H. Landgraf for
fruits, vegetables and poultry.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, June
11th, in the school room of the Church
of the Good Shepherd.
He spent a short time there and then
drove overland to Lahaina where he
took the Claudine for Honolulu.
Miss Laura Well has returned from
Stanford and is home again.
The Kniirhts of Pythias will hold
their regular meeting tonight..
Mrs. Guy Owen and Miss Lily
Murray of Honolulu and Mrs. W. W.
Wescoatt and 7. Lougher of Puune
ne made Wniluku a call this week:
Attorney James L. Coke went to
Lahaina Sunday on legal business and
Dr. Philip Frear and Mi s. Frear
are registered at the Maui Hotel
where the Doctor is practicing his
profession tor a few days.
James Bergstrom made Wailuku a
business call this week, lie left
Tuesday for Honolulu.
Mrs. A. Douse and child left for
Honolulu Tuesday for a visit.
Alfred Martensen of the Maui Tele
phone Company went to Honolulu
this week for a vacation (in the
Clarence G. White was a passenger
to Honolulu this week.
Dr. St. Sure's little son has been
very ill recently but is practically
out of danger.
A sen was born Sunday to the wife
of Rev. II. T. Hong, the Corean
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probute At Chambers,
In the Mattpr of the Estate of
SOLOMON HALE, late of Wahee,
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of K. M. Kuhio, of Waihee, Maui,
brother-in-law of said deceased,
ai'pjrJtig that Solomon Hale of Wai
hee, Maui, died intestate at Waihee,
Maui, on the 18th day of June. A. D.
1907, leaving property in the Hawa
iiau Islands necessary to be adminis
tered upon, praying that Letters of
Administration issue to Edmund H.
It is Orderpd that Monday, the
15th day of July, A. D. 1907, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wai
luku, Maui, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be
granten, and that, notice or this or-
er be published in the English
language for three successive wefks
n the "Maui News, a weekly news-
poper printed and pubiis-bed in Wai
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 3,
. (Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) (Sd) Edmdnd H. Habt,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 8, 15, 22 and 29.
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished and services rendered to
the Department of Public Woiks
uring the period commencing July
st, 1905 and ending June 30h, 1907,
must be in this office properly certi
fied, if ON THE ISLAND OFOAHU
on or before July 5th, 1907, and if ON
THE OTHER ISLANDS, by July
MANUEL K. COOK,
Chief Clerk, Department of Public
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H., June 4th, 1907.
June 8, 15, 22, 29.
An error occured in the financial evangelist at Spreckelsville.
statement of the Lahaina National
Bank in our issue of last week. The
corrected statment is published this
week which shows the financial con
dition of the bank to be first clas.
James T. Taylor, the Civil En
gincer. has completed his work on
the Waihea ditch and left Friday for
his home in Honolulu.
InsDector of Schools. J. C. Davis
Thebupt. of the wailuku jianuiui hag most thoroughly- inspected all of
Water Workes has changed the hour
for lawn irrigation to 6 to 8 a. m.
and 4 to 6 p. m.
The dredger Reclamation began
dredcine in Kahului harbor Thurs
The Board of License Commission
ers, for the County of Maui will hold
a meeting at the public room in the
the schools in his circuit and will
leave soon for Honolulu where he will
be engaged during the vacation in
the office of the Department of Pub
On the road between McGregors
Landing and Kahului Store on Tues
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Friday fay eveniug May 20 a watch-fob with
the 5th of July. 1907 at 1 P. M. to
consider the application of W. G.
Scott for a First'Class License to sell
intoxicating liquors in the building
now occupied by him as a liquor
warehouse at Paia, Maui, under the
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be tiled with the
Secretary of the Board not later than
the time set for said hearing.
June 8th, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Spcretarv. Board of License Com
June 8, 15, 22, '), July 6.
Masonic Emblem. Finder will leave
same at this office and receive re
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.
LODGE MAU I, No. 98, A. P. & A. M.
Stated meeiincs will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului. on the Satur
diiv nitfbt of each month nearest the
full moon, at 7.30 P. M. '
SPECIAL MEETING on the
STATED meeting June 22nd.
Visiting brethreu are cordially
vlted to attend.
D. II. CASE, R. W. M.
t. I. Secretary
Notice is hereby given that at
meeting held on April 28 1907 by the
Tow Yee Kwock Society the by law
of the above society were amended
makinc it obligalciv upon all of its
members to surrender their certiti
cates of membership aud badges and
receive new ones therefor.
Any members failing to surrender
such certificate and badge withi
three months from May 1st 1907 will
forfeit all right to benefits in the
Society. A charge of $1 00 will be
made for each new certificate.
TOW YEE KWOCK, Society
Per G. TIEN HUNG,
T. KAN YAN,
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
Sealed proposals for furnishing
21, 332 feet of lumber and 30 thous
and shingles for Lahainaluna Semi
nary will be received at the office of
the Superintendant of Public Instruc
tion until 12 M. June 8th, 1907
Bank forms of proposal, specifiea
tions, and information may be had
on application at the office of the
Department of Public Instruction
Envelopes containing proposals
should bo indorsed "Proposals for
furnishing lumber-Lahainaluna" and
add rc Pied to
W. II . BABBITT,
Superintendent of Public Instruc
May 25, Juno 1-8.
Just rereived a now shipment of
Golden Hod Peas
They are delicious. Lar;o cans.
Only 20c per can.
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR $1.50 per Bag.
Ask to see our Special List at the Store.
Bargains every week.
California Ripe Olives in Tins.
Souvenir Postal Cards.
Views of Maui and the Hawaiian Islands.
Views of New York aud Eastern cities.
Photos of celebrated scenes the world over.
Actors, Actresses, Dclf Blue Porcelain Cards,
Embossed Cards, hundreds of styles.
Special prices this week.
Pyrography Outfits, $2.50 each.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT,
LACE HANDKERCHIEFS, a new and beautiful line. Trices to suit everv nurso and
patterns for all.
Artificial Flowers for Milinery Gallon Lace,
purposes, Ormonde Batiste,
India Linens, Scriven,s Drawers,
E. & W. Collars, Torchon Lace,
Cotton Laces, Black Laces,
WHITE HOUSE COOK BOOKS
Pontree Silk Embroideries - Cotton Embroideries
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
BOARD OF AGRICULTURE &
Division of Animal Industry.
Rule 4. To amend rule 1 of the
Divisiou of An'mal Industry 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
pectivcly the mallcin and the tuber
culin tests at any other part than
Honolulu, it is ordered that para
gr&ph 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
cuttle, unless the same shall be ac
compamed by certificate of 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
demeanor. This regulation shall take effect at
. (Signed) W. M. GIFFARD,
President, Board of Agriculture
Approved May 2nd, 1!07,
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
The home dressmaker will find
"SEDO'' Silk most adaptable to the
making of simple home-gowns, dressilig
sacques and the like. It's inexpensive,
yet most beautiful in its soft, rich tex
ture and lustrous colors. Just enough
cotton to insure its wear.
GOc. a yard; 18 inches wide
A new shipment in all grades. Prices
from $5.50 to $45.00 oach.
Demi Saddles with largo Serpentine Knee Rolls,
" High Australian with " "
" " Serpentine " " " "
Fill Shiiftoe Saddles High " of nisskin.
Russet with flaps.
" " leg guards,
" Imp. U. S. A. Stand.
Black " " "
Russet " ' Officers
with 2 cinches,
7J lbs. each,
2 " "
J W Hi
j ml M Ik M 1 ' m
it. a . - v 'j
1. ' Jvanagr y
NO. 12. -STANDARD RAZAC SKT.
Triple silver-plated holder and twelve double-edged
hlailcs, genuine leatuer case J.J.5U
Same as above quadrunle gold plated 6,50
Wades, f. i per do.eti. Set blades relumed, .25.
NO. 92. COM11INATION RAZAC Si'.T.
Triple silver-plated holder, twelve blades, Itadgcr-huir
brush and Razac Shaving Stick, in triple silver-plated
boxes, packed in leather case $5.00
Same as above quadruple gold-plated 8.00
Shotguns and Rifles.
Tho Celebrated Remington Make from $5 to $75,
Leather Gun Cases,
Ammunition of every description,
Blue Rock Pigeons,
II. & R. Revolvers,
Ivcr Johnson Revolvt-i?,
spells a satisfactory shave for you every day in the year
However you are now" being shaved, whether by the bar
lcr or your own hand, you will never know true facial
comfort until you have used this wonderful little device.
It frees you forever from the bondage of the barber shop
with its attendant expense, waste of time and danger to
health. It insures you such clean, cool, comfortable
shaves, aud all so quickly that you'll be sorry you didn't
kuow of it before.
You will enjoy a shave with the Rarac because you can
shave iu less time and with more freedom; because you
have greater security; because you can shave cleaner and
and closer; because there is no irritation, no feverish
skin; because it leaves your face cool.
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices,