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THE MAUI NEWS
Tlie Tiahninaluna school w ill hold
its closing exercises on Thursday
mornini? Juno 20. at 10 o'clock. Al!
friend of the school are cordially in
The President of the Hoard of
Health lias written the local tifrent
Dr. Dincyar that no one in the nflice
recollects of any building in Waiiuku
being formally condemned. Tins let
ter was written in reply to inquires
caused bv action taken at the hist
meeting of tho Waiiuku District I in
Dr. R. II. Dincgar wishes it an
nounced that he, is the Government
physician and Agent of the Hoard of
'. alth for tho Waiiuku District and
th'-t he will be: pleased to hear any
just causes of complaint of insanitary
or health conditions demanding atten
tion and will gladly render any assis
IN TIIEClllCUlT COURT OK TI1F,
SECON D CI RCUIT, T ERKITOKY
At Chambers- In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
II EN R Y COO 1 ER, In t r M n l a wan,
Maui, deceased, before KEI'OIKAI,
Order of Notice of Petition for
Declaratim oT Ilei .
On Roiuling and Filling the Petition
of Patrick Cockett, Jr., or Ulupnla
kuii, Isla d and County of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, nlleging that Henry
Cooper, of Makawao, Maui, died at.
Makawao. Maui, on the 1 2th day of
October, A. D. 18118, and leaving .real
in.l ersonal property within the
jurisdiction of this Honorable Court
and that said ptate is still the owner
of said properly; tbatsaid petitioner
is the sole and only heir at law of the
aid estate, and praying that he may
be declared by this Honorable Court
The Women's Aid Society of the to tie the sole and only heir at law of
Union Church will meet with Mis. the Estate of said Henry Cooper,
11. U. Dodgo on Tuesday afternoon deceased:
June 18th at 3 p. in.
When in Kahului see tho bath room
fixtures of the Merchandise Depart
inent of the Kahului Railroad Co. in
the Masonic Temple. These fixtures
are the choicest selcctirn ever shown
on Maui and must be
IT IS ORDERED, that Mnd;y,
the 22nd day of july, A. D. 11)07, he
and is hereby appointed for the heal
ing of said Petition in tho Courtroom
of this Court at Waiiuku, Maui, sit
which time all p2rsons concerned may
nnnear and chnw cause, if nnv t.hev
seen to oe 1 1 " . ' , ' '
have, wi.iy said i'etuu n should not
be granted; and that notice of this
A horse hitched to a light delivery ol.(1(?r be pUl,isi,wl , t,he "Maui
wagon ran away Wednesday ana jjews," tt weekly newspaper printed
caused considerable excitement as u an(1 published in said Waiiuku, for
sped clown Market street, it nar- vh,.P0 successive weeks , as said news
rowly missed colliding with vehicles, papo. is (lulv am rorul.rv publlsh-
pedestrians and hnaliy ran into a
horse that was Doing ridden oy a Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, Juni
Japanese. The horse and rider wee 1907
knocked down ana somewuai, iiij"c.i (Seal) (Sd.) A. N. KEI'OIKAI,
out, no uamage was none 1,0 me no. se Judge of tin? 2nd Circuit Court.
that ran away nor to the wagon nor Attest
harness. (so) IMi.munp H. hast.
1 . 1
T.nnai were sold at thp Rismark June 1,1, ii, juiv u,
stables Saturday by Auctioneer J. L.
Coke. Most of the horses were small IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
A jiiov iiled for iii Chapter 4"), of
tlie Revised Laws of H'umim, 1 !)().",
In accordance wi!li Section 1 of
Chapter XX VI of the laws of ISM:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paving water rates
are hereby notified that, the water
rates for ihe term ending December,
HI, I HOT, will bo due and payable at
the olVce of 1I10 Waiiuku & Kahului
Wat or works, on the 1st. day of Jul
All sueh rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon winch rates
remain unpaid Aug. 15, 1007, (J50
(lavs after becoming delinoueiit), are
liaole to suspension without further
llat.es are payable at the office of
lie Water Works in the Waiiuku
Court House Huilding.
W. E. HAL,
Supt. Waiiuku & Kahului
Waiiuku. June 8. 11)07.
June 15, 22 and 20.
but went at bargains to those who
desired horses for riding purposes.
Circuit Court, is in session this
The Board of Supervisors held
their monthly meeting this week.
A forecast of drivers for 0110 race
will be J no. Kerr. D. L. Meyer and
D, T. Carey who are you for?
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate - At Chambers,
In the Matter of the Estate of
SOLOMON HALE, late of Wa hee,
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.
Nearly all of the harness - races ,,,, Solomon Hale of Wai
will be driven by local amatuers. Mauii di(d illtestate at Uaihee,
You may expect some fun. Maui, on the 18th dav of June. A. D.
The Kahului store is giving away 1907, leaving property in the Ilawa
free a valuable cook book that will iiau Islands necessary to be adroinis-
be appreciated by the ladies. Be tered upon, praying that Letters of
sure to get one the first time you are Administration issue to Edmund II
in KahuluLas the supply is limited. Hart.
Tt. !a Ordprpd that Mnndnv. t.tie
programe wui ue .... . . , . . D 1.107: it 10
the St. Authony S n-p.lnek A. M ..h find herehv is nn-
carried out at
School on Thursday Juno 20th.
will be a pleasure to attend.
It 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
mmnt.piV nnrl t.hn.t. nnl iep nf this nr.
Ueorge O. Cooper of liana is at der be published in the English
tending Court this week as one of the language for three successive weeks
Grand Jurors, " tne Maui news, a weekly news
paper printea anu puousnea in wai'
ur. ueo.8 01 nana ism n aiiuhu MUku, Maul
F. Wittrock, Deputy Sheriff of lia
na is attending Court this week.
County Attornoy D. H. Case is re
presenting the Territory this term
W. Hermig is ill at his home near
the Maui Soda Works. Dr. St. Sure
is attending him and hopes to avoid
One of the passengers to Maui, on
the "Nevadan," was Mr. P. Nunez,
tie' is a first class soda water maker,
and has come under a year s con
Dated at Wailukf , Maui, June 3,
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) (Sd) Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 8, 15, 22 and 21).
IN TH E CI RCU IT CO U RT O F T I i E
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probato At Chambers.
In the Matter of thn Estate of
WALTFR H. PICKETT, late of
Pi)unene,Mani, deceased before .1 ud'e
Order of Notice of Petition' for
Allowavce of Final Accounts and D'.s
charge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Win. F. Pogue, ol
l luelo, Maui, Adir inisi rator of the
Estat? of Waller H. Pickett, lute of
Puutieue, Maui, deceased, wherein
lie asks to be allowed 750.75 and he
charges himself with $800, and asks
that the same may be examined and
approved, and that, a final order may
bp made of Distribution of the pro
perty remaining in his hands to the
persons thereto entitled, and dis
charging him ad his sureties from
all further responsibility as sueh
IT IS ORDERED, that Monday,
the 22nd uay of July, A. D. 1007, at
10 o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
snid Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Waiiuku, Island of
Maui, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petiton and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
ent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice
of this Order, in the English lauguage
be published in the "Maui News," a
weekly newspaper printed and pub
shed in said Waiiuku for three suci
cessive weeks, the last publication to
be not less than two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, this 12th
day of June, 11)07.
(Seal) (Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
(Sd) Edmund II. Haut,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 15, 22, 20, July 6.
If All Out of OneM
I Barrel . f
Bread that 13 lightest, rolls that are daintiest,
I rusk and cake the choicest, pics that would
please a dyspeptic, and pastry that melts in your
mouth they all come out of the same barrel of
Gold Medal Flour. The best of everything
because the best flour ia the world without
exception and without doubt, is
It's the strongest flour made. It makes more
bread, and better, than a .iy otiier flour, ana it s
uniform. Every pound cf the 6,000,000 barrels g
every year is guaranteed.
WASHBURMR033Y CO. Minneapolis, Minn.
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished and services rendered to
the Department of Public Woiks
during the period commencing July
1st, 1905 and eudiug June 30th, 1907
Mr. Whitesides returned from his must be in this office properly certi
trip to the states by Nevadan. ! fje3, if ON TIIEISLANDOFOAI1U
ract, to work for the Ilyge
& Ice Works Co. of Kahului.
C. II. Dickey and wife are on their I
way to California on "Nevadan," and
enjoyed a short stop over ou Maui.
Sam Decker, the Singer Sewing
Machine man returned from Honolu
lu Wednesday night. He will receive
by today's Claudino seventy new
Singer machines which will be on ex
hibition at his salesroom ou High
Deputy Sheriff MBob" Lindsay was
a caller at the County Seat this week.
Spitzer the traveling man is on
Maui this week.
Willie Crawford is 011 Maui this
week from Honolulu.
Dominao Ferieira c&me up to ride
pn the 4 th.
on or before July 5th, 1907, and if ON
THE OTHER ISLANDS, by July
MANUEL K. COOK,
Chief Clerk, Department of Pullic
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., Juno 4 th, 1907
June 8, 15, 22, 29.
One Necdham'reed Organ, a bar
May be set 1. at A. Pernandes Jr's
HEKGSTKO.M MUSIC CO.
if-'. 00 up
Now shipmcMi! at Sjeci;il Trie
Lnclics' Dressing Sue.ks, 7."c to $'2.!j)
iSiiirt Waists, sfl.2.) to $5.00.
Kitnona Sacks, -noc to sf2.(V).
' - KimoiKis, lull length
Now lot of Sobette in mtitiy color
Ladies (Juting Hats, .j()e ami ic facii
Linen Skirts, bleached, :?1.2") to $2 e;i.
uub'oitchbd, $2.00 ouch.
Hoys' Wash Suits. 75c upwards.
New Uibbon Holts, 50o
This sliipinont also contains; Japan
Creton. Alnm Tupeslrv. Avaltm Tap
estry, Zephyrs, Hoys' Waists, Dotted
Swiss, Dross linen, Dusters for ladies,
Children's Waists and complete suits,
Butcher's linen. Poid;n Silk. Hnekles,
fancy Ilibbons. Children's, Ladies and'
sTK A TT Z
with many new
(i "v v-v. sr W v
The Board of License Commission
rs for the County of Maui will hold
a meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Friday
the 5th of July, 1907 at 1 P. M. to
coi.sidcr the application of W. G.
Scott for a FirstClass 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 Lav
All protests or objections r.g;iitist
the issuance of a license under said
application should oe tiled with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later tuan
the tune set Tor said bearing.
June 8th, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Cuiu
June 8, 13, 22, 29, July (J.
V' ' - " t
Roc-na Tangier Cloth the
New Cotton Fabric
Nice for costumes, shirt waists, and
general indoor wear.
You'd think it was silk if you didn't
examine it cnrefully.
And the lustre improves with washing,
for it is mercerized in the yarn.
Economical to buy, for it will outwear
any cotton fabric of its class.
See the dainty printed and woven
effects on sale to-day at
39c a Yard
ASK FOR SPECIAL PRICE LIST.
OX ICE Swiss, Sii'i-ra, Cream, Roquefort and Nogolost Cheese.
Oranges all of the time.
I'Yesh shipment of Norwegian Fish Halls.
Keep your 'knives sharp by usin
the Aonarch Tool Grinder.
K ..VYV7 "A
DR. F.A.ST. SURti
PHYSICIAN AND StKOl.ON.
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.
t A r.
Tiiere are at least twenty satisfac
Iviry reasons liy every Home, Uesi
ta'.ua'it, Carprnler Sh()j, Uutcher
Shop u'.id in fact cVery rejiulr shop
stiould have one.
Nii.v the Monarch T01.I tirindir is
Tool Grinder about the premises.
Audit's just as good for putting the
right ki.ul of an edge on any tool you
can think of.
l!ut, there's a reason for al! this, a
111 u'hine, but ''lllsrm Wly 1110 wouarcn 1001 urinuer
' :ni,i it U runs so much lighter and does so
t v r :i 1 v
-hi..-! !di' on r claim
There arc, .;t
and sullicient iv,
that tin Morarcn T inl Ci cinder is the
bert ami most e'lieient
made, then fori' ,
1 very d'.i abi
rv simi'le o.ie us ,;!, an J it is runs so much lighter
'.in ( a-i .-1 ii.der you ever saw to much better work than do others.
ll ivies 11- il v: 11 1 i i ii o'i ball-bear-
h'-j!, ll.at a chili, or tired woman,
vith '.ve.il. wri-ts e.ui '-.iuJ with it
a ea-y a-a man. ' Thc in "DI-VMOXDITE," a
! No wailing for "John ho.T.u", no c-1't"t substance from which these
lurve racking straiii, 110 t ri in" to tTindiiiK wheels arc specially constructed
V'ja'. i e'i the butcher kn'.fe, hatehct, and the use of which we absolutely con
' there is a reason why it will neither
heat the tool uor draw tho temper
while sharpening it.
or Kei is'
. .5. tLH 2 ft n a B e 6i "9
wl:en there is u Monarch trol