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THE MAUI NEWS
If you play tennis, you will be in
tercsled to know that K. O. Hull &
Son, Ltd., of Honolul have received
recently a hrge complete stock of
the famous Slazrr.ircr l;ills iiiul al-o
of Slazcttgrr mid Wimbledon rackets.
S. Dcckar is now carrying a new
automatic Sewing machine. It i
tlio latest improvement of the Sill
ier Sewing Machine Co.
J. A. Harris I. as just (imli. d
painting the Marshall rcsidi nee.
Tlie Maui Shinbun, tl.e Japanese
news paper is ti c oldet and host for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anrse. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
J. A. Harris is placing many orders
fo." harness with 111!- plantations and
individuals throcgli out tlie county.
His representative will go to Hawaii
next wcpU to place orders there
Those Rough Hi ler Cigars- are !
eoinmiiig more popular every day.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Knights of Pythias v-jll be held
tonight at the castle hall.
The dredging of Kahului harbor is
progressing. The wing on the cast
side ot the breakwater l as lucu ex
tended out three hundred feet.
There was a meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui '.Vine and Liquor
Company on Wednesday evening.
A large assortment of lithograph
ed stock certificates ate expected by
the Maui Publishing Company by I he
Claudine today. The company prints
in the blanks and binds them when
desired by local pai ties. 1
The residence of County' Attoi ney
D. II. Case is nearing completion.
The painters arc nearly through
with the outer work.
The grounds of Kaahumanu church
are being kept in better shape this
year than ever before.
Dr. Geo. 5. Aiken will be in Puu
ncne at the clubhouse on or about
the 27th instant to remain a'toutoii"
week. He will be prepared to do ar.y
kind of dental work.
There was a rush on the cilice of
the Superintendent 'of the Water
Works Monday. . Those who pay for
water sought to pay, before the ten
per cent penalty would be enforced.
The work preparatory to macada
mixing the road between Wailuku
and Kahului has begun and will bp
pushed to completion before the work
again stops. The rock crusher has
been put to work and is found to be
all that was expected of it. The
rood is being graded and should be
made one of the best driveways on
the.island as this road is used more
than any piece. of road in the County.
It was a slow game of ball played
at Wells park Sunday between the
Pioneers and La Palomas. The score
was one to five in favor of the local
The Board of Supervisors are ad
vertising for a Superintendent of
The Manufacturers Shoe Company
of Honolulu keeps a record of the
size and quality of each pair of shoes
you buy and will fit you at any time
and can easily duplicate any pair of
shoes you lave bought of them at
any time in the past. The.r mail or
ders are very large.
La Palomas will play the llealanis
tomorrow at Wells park ct 2:30 P. M.
Many of the Kumeric's passengers
from-Portugal arrived on Maui Sun
day aud went at once to the var
lous plantations where they were
given new houses which will belong
to them at the completion of a three
II. Ilanpoka Dies.
II. Hanaoka of Kahului died at the
private hospital of Dr. Kobayashi
Sunday morning of cancer of the
He was buried at the cemetary
at the foot of Maiu street on Monday
afternoon. His funeral was attended
by hundreds of his countrymen and
Hanaoka was one of the most pro
micent Japanese ou the islands and
had much to do with mutters per
tainiug to his count rymen.
He was forty-seven years of agu at
the time of Ins death and had lived in
Hawaii many years. He enjoyed the
friendship of many white people as
well as mapv of his own countrymen
H. K. Savage of I'mincne was in
James T. Taylor, the civil engineer
who rccmtly completed the engineer
ing work on the Waihee ditch is in
Kahului making surveys of the new
town of Kahului. He ha? tempor
arily succeeded his brother who is ill
Attorney Frank K. Thompson came
up from Honolulu Saturday.
Robert 15. Civwford of Puuneiie
was in Wailuku Sunday.
Postmas'erC. C. Campbell rf Puune
ue paid Wailuku a visit Sunday.
Mrs. S. N. Williams went to Hono
lulu Monday or, a visit to her pa
Cecil Rhoads and W. H. Khnatls of
Honoli lu were ca'lcrs in V liluku S:i
K. W. Ureclions accompanied by
his daughter Evelyn A. llierkor.s
aid Wailuku a short visit Sa'urdav
They were on their way to lliln
II Miki, the Japanese interpreter
of Honolulu was in town a few days
thin .week on business
Miss Emma Hem insr of Lahaiea
was in Wailuku Sat unla f and Sunday.
She is now visiting friends in IVia.
J. 15. McSwanson of the Pullet in
made Maui a short call Friday,
II. C. Gray of Nt vada County Cal
ifoinia ias been on Maui the last
week for the benefit of his health
He is a mining superintendent. He
is so well please.l with the islands
that he says he will spend his next
vacation here and 'will bring his wife
II. L. Herbert of Honolulu was in
town last vveek in the interest of a
new automatic telephone company
leecnlly organized in Ilonoklu.
D II. Davis went to I.ahaina Tues
day with F. E. Thompson and return
ed the same day by way of tho Kinau.
David Dayton was in town Tues lay
from Iluelo where he has charge of
some road work.
Mrs. W. J. Moody was h. town Wed
L A. Perry and Mrs. Perry and
child returned to Honolulu by the
Claudine Wednesday after spending
several weeks on Maui visiting fritnds
here. Mr. Perry is employed oy T
IJ. Davis & Co. of Honolulu. Mrs.
Pel ry is a daughter ol M. S. Mederios
A. M. Simpson of Puuner.e has gone
to Honolulu for a short vacation.
Fire Clref Coelho went to Honolulu
this week. He expects to get more
equipment for the fire depaitment
Rev. IJ, V. Bazata left for th
coast Wednesday on a vacation He
may not return as his term wil.
expire soon as pastor of the Maka-
vvao foreign church.
. Mrs. Mack and child went to Ho
liolulu this week.
Professor U. Thompscn of Kame
hamcha school was on Maui this week
He was accompanied by his daughter.
W. O. Aiken and family returned
home Monday from a two months va
cation on the coast. Mr. Aiken visited
Tonopah and Goldfield Nevada but
did not invest in any securituties
there as he found the best mines
there did not pay dividends to any
one except to the holders of preferr
ed stock. The stocks are used solely
(or the purpose of gambling and those
on the inside manipulate them for
their own personal advantage.
Attorney James L. Coke went to
Honolulu on business Wednesday. He
will return today.
The Londons on Maui.
Jack London the noted novelist
accom Danied by his wife and Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Thurston arrived on Maui
last Saturday morning and proceed
ed up Iao Valley where they viewed
the beauties of the grand panorama
from the table lands. Sunday they
took in the H. C. & S. Co' plant
tion and then went down tho three
hundred and forty two foot shaft at
On leaving the isthmus they went
to llaleakala ranch to see the 11 a
waiian cowboys round up cattle and
L. von Tempsky escorted the in in
to the great crater of Ilaleukala
They are i v. ported tube having
great time there and will tyke the
sleauier tor Hawaii wiicu they are
through with their visit to Maui.
To VVIioin It May Concern.
Applications for the position
County Superintendent of Roads in
a ed foi the Coi.nty of Maui will be re
reived at, the regular August Session
of the Hoard of Supervisors, County
of Maui Territory of Hawaii.
Applicants to state salary, exclu
sive of transportation.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of H.iwaii tins 17th day of July, A.
I . 1007.
(Sd ) ,V.m. F KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
July 20, 27, August 3.
Notice is hereby given that at the
iigust. sesiou of t he Hoard of Super
visors of thf County of Maui an or
dinance in re closing of the old Paliuii
road and ooeiuntr a new ne will lie
Wm. F. Kaae,
County C erk, County of Maui.
July 20, 27. Acgust 3.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHK
KCOXD CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Cumbers
In the Matter of the Estate of RE
FINIOde AVEIRO. late of Paia,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby uiven that all per
sons having claims r gainst the Es
tate of Rclinio de Aveiro, late of
jia, Maui dpceased, present the
line to the undersigned at the First
National Uink of Wailuku, Maui.
i l Inn six months from the dte of
the first publication of this notice,
even if said claim is secured by mort
gage on real estate.
All claims not so prcsenteJ wi 1 be
Dr. ted at Wailuku this 20'h day of
July A. D. 1007.
Administrator of the Estate of R
lii.it" de Aveiro, deceased.
July 20, 27. August 3, 10. 17.
Notice is hereby given that under
the terms of a certain Mortgage
made by Ah Heongaud Mary Aheong
of Wailuku, Island of Maui, to me
Ued September 14th, 1900, and re
i-corded in Liber on Pages 333 to
So", and on account of the breaches
of the conditions of said Mortgage,
I hereby take possession of the pro
perly conveyed in said Mortgage;
and that I propose to dev te saL
property to the payment of said
Mortgage, as herein provided.
Dated, Wailuku, Maui, July 13th 1907.
July 20, 27.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate. At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of P.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims agaiust the Es
tate of P. Kekahuna, late of liana,
Maui, Territory i f Hawaii, to pre
sent the same to the Undersigned,
M. H. Reuter of liana, Maui, Ad
miristrator of said Estate, within
six (G) months from the date of pub
lication of this notice, or, they will be
Dated at Hana, Maui, July 3, 1907
M. II. REUTER,
Administrator of the Estate of P
July 13, 20, 27. Aug. 3, 10.
Home GrovVn Teu.
The United States Department of
Agriculture will shortly issue a Far,
liters' Bulletin (301) entitled Home-
Grown Tea, prepared by George F
Mitchell, Scientific Assistant, Bureau
of Plant Industry.
The bulletin describes briefly the
methods of growing tea plant and
the handling of the same for the
production of tea. A practical
method is described for the making
of tea from the line leaves, using
only such apparatus as are found in
The bulletin will be of particular
interest to people throughout the
South who may desire to grow tea
for home consumption. It isillustrat
ed bv four text figures.
Copies may be obtaUied by appli
cation to the Secretary of Agricul
ture, or to the Senators, Represent
tatives, and Delegates in Congress.
if you arc starting; out to keep house
for yourself or if you have heen doing
so for a long; time it will pay you to
visit our Furniture Department and
inspect the many necessary articles of
comfort that can be purchased there at
very low prices.
This Isttle fellow
will do a .reat deal
of work and you
will be saved a Sot
o? fuel by using it.
We have larger
ones and beautiful
steel ranges as
well just arrived.
We have them in all
all sizes, all prices, and what is best of all
when we guarantee, them you will be satis
fied with the results.
See our latest white
Do you wnt a waterproof boot at a
reasonable price? We
will suit ' ou.
The Next Week Only
This elegant genuine ELGIN
"Watch with Silveroirt
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices.
styles and widths.
shoes for ladies.
have them and they
;et the special list that
to ask for at the store.