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THE MAUI NEWS
A sterepticon exliiliition will be
given this evening at tlio Alexander
House for the benefit of t lie Christian
Church anil School . Views of Japan
anil its famous men and rii'-tnms will
he shown. Admission, 25 cents;
Children 10 cts.
From present indications it seems
certain that, the -cnmlutr Olorious
Fourth will see pome vrry interest
ing racing, at which there will lie
contests between horses, represent
mu every Island in this Territory.
The Maui Racing Association asks
for noting more than the public's at
teuda'f, and that will doubtless be
accordoJ them, and everyone will
grasp the oportunity offered for a
great days sport.
There were two rarftes of baseball
last Sunday at the Baldwin Park,
Kahuiui. The first between the Sun
rise of Wailuku and the Independent.
of Kahuiui was won by the latter by
a score of 6 to 3. In the second game
between the Engine Crew and stcve
(lores, the former won to the tune of
I t to 0. These two teams will play
again next Sunday
Local horsemen say, the coming
Fourth of July laeee, will be the
most successful ever pulled otT at the
Kahuiui Race Track. Treat yourself
to a Holiday, by going to see it.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shephrrd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, llune
23th, in the school room of the Church
of the Good Shepherd.
The stated meeting of Lodge Maui,
No. 974, for the month of June will be
held on Saturday, the 2'Jlh, instead
of the 22nd as heretofore advertised.
A. Enos lias offered a gold medal
to the pupil who stands highest in
his class at the closing exercises at
the St. Anthony's school one year
hence in bookkeeping, stenography
Captain and Mrs. Lorenzen of Ho
nolulu are guests of Judge and Mrs.
S, N. Lukua, wife and child and
Mrs. J. J. Matthews have been in at
tendance at Court this week. They
left for Honolulu bv the Claudine
Mrs. D. EI. Davis left Wednesday
for Honolulu for medical treatment.
She was accompanied by Mr. Davis.
Miss Isa Lindnay, matron of the
Maunaolu Seminary, left for Hono
lulu this week.
Miss Payne, go-erni ss at the home
of L. v on Tempsky was a passenger
to Honolulu this week.
Dan Conway has returned from a
vacation to the Coast and is on the
road again for T. II. Davies & Co.
D. T. Carey, James Kirkland, Dr
J. J. Moloney, Wm. Henning, E. W.
Russel took the Claudine Wednesday
for Honolulu to be initiated in the
Elks Lodge of that city.
Mrs. P. C. Bredo and child left for
Honolulu after spending a few months
Mrs. W. S. Mouncastle went to
Honolulu Wednesday for a short trip
Attorney J. Lightfoot was attend
ing court this week. He returned to
Honolulu by the Claudine.
Captain Nichols of the Alaskan now
in port was formerly a second base
man in one of the Eastern league
Hugh Howell, the County engineer
was a passenger from Kahuiui Wed
nesday on the Claudine.
Mrs. R. II. Dinegar took the Clau
dine on her outward trip Weduesday
Birthday Surprise Party.
A very pleasant surprise party
was given Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai at
the fishery on Monday evening.
A number of friends stormed the
fort with firecrackers and bombs
which were followed by music and
greetings aud expressions of congra
tulations on one side and a hearty
welcome on the othvr by Judge and
Among those preseut were Captain
and Mrs. Loreuzen, Miss Daniels, Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Lyous, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Weight, Mr. aud Mrs. Koliinoi,
Mr. and Mis. Edmund Hurl, Mrs.
Crockett, b Hons, J.N.K. Keola.Mr.
and Mrs. Kukona. Mrs. Becky Wilkinson.
The monthly meeting of the County
Board of Supervisors for the month
of June wa - held lat week but for
want of space we were compelled to
om:t whnt transpierce! trere until
As '.here wa no quornm present
in the 12th instant the mecti.ig w;-s
v Ijomned until the following dnv.nl
which time a quorum was present.
As Chairman Henning and S. E.
Kaiue were not present the ruls
were suspended and the matter of
claims were taken up.
I'he Clerk was instructed to cnl
for bids fi'ciin the Stables for hack
rates to and from different points for
dnlns? all County work.
Judge W7. A. McKay came before
the Board and asked permission to
present certain matters requested of
iiim ns a Cnmini1 'e of one from the
Wailuku District Improvement Asso
ctntion. Tie first of which was-
urgent need of Pounds and Pound
Masters. The second was the matter
of street lamps. The Chairman stat
ci! that the lamps had been ordered
am! would be placed as soon as re
ceived. The matter of pounds was
taken up later during the s-ssioii.
The Clerk w instructed to return
the pay roll for Molokai as it was not
properly signed by all of the labor-
rs. The Road Overseer there was
requested to revise the rate per diem
ae.d make the same $1.25. He was
further informed that there are no
further funds for work during the
month of June.
A claim of H. Hackfeld was re
turned as the same was not itemized.
The Clerk was requested to notify
all phvsiciaus in the County to have
their claims for the examination of
the insane pre perly indorsed by the
District Magistrate. The Sheriff
and Deputy Sheriffs and District
Magistrates wore notified of the
The bill of the Superintendent of
Public Works for rent of the County
OWtes was returned as the bill call
ed for one month more rent than
On the lH'.i all rf the members of
the Board were present.
Resolutions appropriating the fol
lowing sums were passed: Inciden
tals Sheriff $535, Office Furniture
t;4:i.75, lao Valley Road :'.92.00,
Coroners Inquests $19.0(1, Support
Indigents $24.00, Support Prisoners
$13.00, Telephones $140.00, Pay
special Police $10, Incidentals County
Engineer $54 00.
The Board refused to pay more for
interpreters as requested by IT. K.
A communication was received
from the Sheriff giving a list of police
officers suspended and the reason
The She riff was requested to'lile a
report of what each officer is doing
in each district the data to include
tho number ( arrests made by each
officer, tlie number of subpoenas
served and the number of miles
traveled vhile on duty by each officer.
The report of E. F. Deir.ert in re
number of chaffeurs licenses issued
A communication from the Super
intendent of Public Works was re
ceived relative to the unauthorized
building of an officers toilet in the
. The older for desks with II. Hack
feld & Co. was cancelled and Chair
man was authorized to buy a table
suitable for tlie uso of the Board.
County Attorney D. II. Case was
requested to draft amendments to
ordinances 4 and 7 so as to authorize
Courts to impose tines or imprison
ment or both for the violation of the
A communication from A. F. Judd
requesting advice in re taxation was
A communication fi oin the Sheriff
re-complaints against officer Kaeo
and the appointmeut of J. K. Koko
was read and filed.
The application of Moses Kauhima
hu for an appointment as pound
master was read and tabled.
A letter from D. H. Davis, viee
Piesldeut of tho Wailuku District
Improvement Association regarding
the need of an ordorless excavator
was read and a copy of the letter
was sent to the President of the
Board of Health and a request for
such an excavator was sent him and
Road overseer Sam Juhnsou of Hono
lulu. A communication from M. Larscu
asking for iulrmalion as to the mini
ber of deaf aud dumb pcrsoi s in the
bounty was read and tiled.
The petition of Kupihoa and others
making charges against the road
overseer of Molokai was read and the
matter referred to Supervisor Meyer.
County Engineer Howell was or
dered to go to Molokai aud invesii
ute the condition of the roads there
anil make estimates for road im
provements necessary for- tlie nexi
The County Attorney was rcquc t
ed to diaw up an ordinance for the
relocation rf the Tlonokawni r ad.
Pounds were created and Pound
masters were appointed for ail of the
(list ricl s.
The County Attorney wa-' request
ed to draw up ordinance authorizing
the opening of the new road at I'a
I'uli and c'rMiig of the old road.
A herbal report was made tiy
Cminty Engineer II iwell m the mini'
ber of gates actoss ceitain ro ids and
trails. He said that persons ohj"ct
ed to the gate across the road near
Kuhauiki. There are three gates
across t rails i n the Kaliikinui rn.ul
but that no objection li.nl been male
to them and that further that the
Millie ha I been authorized by the
.Superintendent of Public Works.
There s one at Makamakaolc that
objection was made to on account of
the same not being made to swing
properly. There is one at Kai naka
kui ami one at Kal.ie but that no ob
jection was made to either of them.
lie recommended that the ditch be
low Market street on Mam be piped
in case tlie County Attorney believed
the same could be legally done.
The Clerk was instructed to write
the acting Governor to expedite the
expenditure of tlie appropriation for
the Circuit Court and County Build
ing. The Clerk was instructed to
v i ite the County Attorney whether
the fire station was included in the
transfer of lire stations to the various
The Clerk was requested toconsult
the County as to Pounds and Pound
Completion of Wailuku Jail And
Fire Station, Maui, T. tl.
Sealed proposals will berecived at
the office of the Superintendent of
Pulilic Works until 12 o'clock in. of
June 24tl, 1907 for Completion or
stucco work, concrete wail, floors
and paving Wailuku Jail aud Fire
Station, Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained at
tho office of the Asst. Supt. of Pub
lic AVorks, and of Hugh Howell, Coun
ty Engineer, Wailuku, Maui, for
which a deposit of $5.00 is required,
which sum will be refunded intending
bidders after they have returned the
plans and specifications.
Proposals will not be accepted un
less submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
check for $50.00, in a sealed envelope,
endorced ''Proposal for Completion
of Wailuku Jail and Fire Station",
and delivered previous to 12 o'clock
m. of the day specified at the office
of the Supt. of Public Works, who
reserves the right to reject any or
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Jane IS, 1907.
The opening of the above bids has
been postponed to June 29, 1907.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Supt. of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., June 21, 1907.
The Board of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui will hold a
meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahulu!, on Monday
the 15th of July 1907 at 1 P. M., to
consider the application of M. Ima
mura Co., for a Saloon License to sell
intoxicating liquors at liana, Maui
in the premises use3 by him for such
purposes at said Hana under the
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license uuder said
application should be filed witli the
Secretary of the Board not later than
the time set for said hearing.
June 20th, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Conimis-
29. July G, 13, .
JUNK 9, 1907. To the wife of Joseph
Freilas, Spreckelsvil'.e, Maui, a ten
r.tc:id ni.'iilo of
frnstl mid s wcet
luti-n ami all
A exactly like
Genuine Calf Skin
Only S2.50 pain
For the . '
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The Bi. Store with the Little Prices.
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l-,rd(l Moil.il 1'lour kec
Diigcst ill because it is richest
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tho best N element: tif the best
wheat. The quality of
the tenth barrel vou buy will be
the first. Milled only by
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For the Ladies the Edwin
C. Burt Shoe is the best
value for 'the money we
have ever offered.
Price: $4, $4.50, and $5,
a pair, a!I sizes. Widths
from B to EE.
Gent's Shoes from $2.50
to $5.00 per pair.
We carry them. They keep
o'ood time and are guaranteed.
!riee within the reach of all.
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Soft, Tan Color