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-SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907
The County Supervisors were in
session this week.
The Kepoikai block at the corner
of Market and Main Streets has been
repainted inside and presents u neat
' ar pearance.
The street between Market Street
and the depot is one of the streets
that should be macadamized soon a'
there is a great deal of traffic over
the street every day.
If you want the best flour use
Golden Gate Flour. It has been tin
standard for over forty years and is
better today than ever before. II.
Hackfeld & Co. Distributors.
4- The 12th of August will be cele
brated by tennis at Pcunenc. Greal
preparations are being made and u
line days sport is assured.
The Japanese are preparing for a
good day of races at the race track
in Kahului on August 12th. Tlioy
propose to conduct the races as they
were conducted on July 4tli. Admis
sion will be the samp.
A runaway occurred on Maui street
' Monday in which a hack belonging to
Hans Amundsen ligured. The horses
were stopped near the First National
Bank. They still had the polo with
them. Hans however came up later
' to have himself sewed up. Dr. St.
Sure dressed the wound.
The Hawaii Ph"to & Art Co. just
qpened in Honolulu by L. R. Crook is
now ready for business and solie'ts
orders for photo and art supplies and
kodak developing and printing from
Maui. Satisfactory work is guaran
teed. . Bishop Restariek's Schools, St.
Andrews Priory for girls, Ioluui
school for boys will open on the second
Monday of September. These schools
which have for years done excellent
work are prepared to do ever better.
The Priory takes girls to board who
attend the Normal School. For the
Priory write for terms to Miss A. S.
Marsh and for Iolani to the Rev. W.
H. Bliss or to the Bishop. Catalogues
will be sent on application.
Aug. 3, 10.
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
news paper is the oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA, .
tf. Editor aud manager.
People who drink Priino Beer
always sleep well, are never trouble'
ed with indigestion and have a good
appetite. This is because Primo con.'
tains no harmful preservative acids
and is guaranteed absolutely pure,
J. A. Harris is making a specialty
of enlarging pictures. Send him a
small picture and he will enlarge it
in oil or crayon at moderate cost.
A beautiful plate glass koa China
cabinet has just been made by W. J.
Mood v for Hon. H. P. Baldwin. A
French finish was executed by J. A
A new fence is being erected in
front of the Kahului School. The
erouuds have been put in better
Six Chinamen from Kahului forfeit.
ed sixty dollars as a result of a little
game at the sea port town.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken will be in Ka
hului uext Tuesday to remain a few
davs onlv. Persons wishing dental
work doue should consult him.
Attorney J. L. Coke went to Ho
nolulu Friday nisht to attend the
inauguration of Governor Frear,
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to publicly express my most
Rlneore anDreciMion of the services
rendered by the Wailuku Kahului
volunteer Fire Cmopany, the police
and others who so promptly respond
ed to the call for help and saved my
destruction by fire on
Thursday of this week.
HUGH M. COKE.
Hygelut Manufcen Resigna.
George U. Henderson has resigned
his position as manager of the Hygeia
Avln . Ten Woiks and the same has
Mr. Heuderson is one of the most
DODular jouug men on Maui. He is
one of the most energetic and capable
vounc men here. His resignation
will be a loss to the company as it
n..n h rVtftinult to iiud a man of his
class to fill the vacancy.
R. A. Wadsworth narrowly escaped
being tud over a few days ago by a
runaway team owned by a Japanese.
He was in his automobile at the time
he saw the team coming and just had
time to get.out of the way.
D. H. Case the Couuty Attorney,
.iioved into his new residence Mon
day. The residenco is located or,
High Street and is one of the lines!
Mrs. Case has about recovered
from her recent operation for ap
pendicitis. All she will require now
is careful nursing for a short time
which she will undoubtedly get at tlx
Malulani Hos pital.
D. H. Davis lias been dangerously
ill for some days and was removed to
the Malulani Hospital Sunday morn
ing. He is suffering with pneumonia
He is attended by Dilators Raymond
Ben Di-cker went lo liana Satur
day with Singer Sewing Machines.
He returned Wednesday.
Auditor Robertson has completed
his wo:-k Auditing the books of the
VVailuku Sugar Company and went
to Honolulu Monjav.
W. J. Moody is arranging to build
a number of cottages in Kahului on
his own account for th.;se desiring to
live in Kahului.
Mrs. G. A. Hansen was called to
Kahrku to be at the bed side of her
youngest daughter who was reported
to be dangerously ill there. As no
further word has been received it is
thought the child is improving.
Attorney Enos Vincent went to
Honolulu this week.
L. von Tempsky paid Wailuku a
visit Monday. He was accompanied
by his three daughters. They came
down to meet Miss VVodehouse and
accompanied her to their home.
D. L Austin of E. O. Hall & Son is
on Maui this week.
Mr. Porter the hide man is on Maui
this week. He was formerly the
largest furniture dealer in the Terri
Mrs. Parker and children are
spending a few days up at Haiku.
D. H. Davis is steadily recovering
at the Malulani Pospital. He has
been dangerously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. S. B. Harry left Maui Wed
nesday accompanied by her little son.
They will go to Illinois to meet Mr.
S. B. Harry who has been employed
n the construction of the Panama
VV m. McGerrow of Puunene went
to Honolulu on a vacation Wednesday.
Rev. K. Yamagucbi left Wednes
day for California. He will enter the
University of California aud com
plete his studies there. He recently
resigned his pastorate in Honolulu
and for some months has been the
guest of Mr. S. Kanda of Wailuku
Captain J. C. Lorenzeu and Mrs.
Lorenzen left for home in Honolulu
Wednesday alter bav.ng spent a
pleasant vacation on Maui as the
guests of Judge and Mrs. A. N. Kepoi
Rev. O. II. Gulic and Mrs. Gulic
returned to Honolulu Wednesday
Charles Gay the cattle king of
Lanai made Maui a short visit this
week. He came over Tuesday and
J. H. Foss returned from Hawaii
Monday by the Mauna Loa.
D. W. DiUcoll was down to the
metropolis Sunday. He was accom
panied dy his two daughters who
recently returned from school in Ho
James Munro of Kauuakakai was
;n town Saturday and Sunday to
learn more of the mysteries of Mas
R. C. Searl was a visitor to Wai
George Roberts is now tho assis
tant postmaster succeeding Joe
Oliveria who is clerking for Attorney
J. L. Coke.
Varuada a Japanese who has been
acting as chafteusr for Manager C.
15. Wells without the formality of a
license was before his Honor Judge
McKay Thursday and parted com
uany with twenty-live dollars as a
Sardinho, a hack driver, paid ten
dollars fine for leaving his horses un
tied one day this 'week. He had been
drink ing too freely and his face shows
he got the worst of a mix up.
Proposals will bo received at tie
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lie Instruction, Honolulu, T. II., un
til 12 o'clock M. of Ausrust 22iiJ,
1007, for building an addition to the
Assembly Hi 11 'of the Lahainalui.a
School, Lahaina. Maul.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained at
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Instruction, Honolulu, and of
Arthur Waal, School Agent, Lahui
na, Maui, for which a depositor $5.00
is required, which sum -will be re
funded intending bidders after they
have returned the plans and specifi
Proposals will not be accepted un
less submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
bank cheek of 1250.00 In a sealed
envelope, endorsed "Proposal for ad
dition to Assembly Hall of Lahaina
luna Scho. 1 and delivered previous
to 12 o'clock n;. of the day specified
at the office of the Superint endert
of Public Instruction, who reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
(S) W. H. BABBITT,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Department o! Public Instruction,
Honolulu, August 6, 1007.
August, 10. 17.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate A t Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
SOLOMON HALE, late of Waihee,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The Undersigned, Edmund II.
Hart, Administrator of the Estate
of Solomon Hale, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persous having
claims against the Estate of said de
ceased, to present the same to him,
at the Court House, in Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., within six months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, to wit: within six months
from the 10th dty of August, A. D.
1907, whether such claims be secured
or not, or same will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, this 9th day of
EDMUND H. HART,
Administrator of the Estate of
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7th.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate f
FRED SCHOLTZ, late of Wailuku,
deceased, before Judge A. N. KE
POIKAI. Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and
Discharge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of J. N. K. Keola, Ad
ministrator de bonis non of the Estate
of Fred Scholtz, late of Wailuku.Maui,
deceased, wherein he asks to be allow-
ed $10G0.37 and he charges himself
with 11013.91, and asks that the same
may be examined and approved, and
that a final order may be made of
Distribution of the property remain
ing In his hands to the persons there
to entitled, and discharging hiin and
his sureties from all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered that Monday, the
2nd day of September, A. D. 1907,
at 10 o'clock A. M. before the Judge
of said Court at the Court Room of
the said Court at Wailuku, Island of
waul, oe ana me same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
anu mai an persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as lo who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice
of this Order, In the English language
be published in the "Maui News," a
weekly newspaper printed aud pub
Hsbed in Wailuku, Maui, for three sue
cessive weeks, the last publication to
be not less tuan two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 22nd
day of July, 1907.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Circuit i
Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
July 27, Aug. 3, 10, 17.
The Mauna Loa brought several
passengers for Maui from liawa
A new shipment
that has just arrived
,'l.,W'.i. fill '
C Z ,
YotTcarTalways be sure V'
of a good meal when bread
from Qold fledal Flour
forms the foundation. Its goodness is assured
long before it comes to the user.
tested at the mill to secure'high
best flour and always the best.
This Week It's Dry Goods.
Regular 25 cts. value, now 20
33ets. " "
" 50 cts. " "
10 discount on every piece in stock
Wash Goods, regular $1.50 value,
REMNANTS still going
Remember our purchases are very large and
market prices ordering many months ahead to
market. You receive the benefit of this always
special sales are exceptional bargains that you
ook. Samples sent on
NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM NEW
Grocery Specials Continue
The making, of goooV.breacH depends
upon good.,; flour fcand. a jcare.fulj.baker.'.
Bread makers are 'making- better. bread. '
Bread ieaters'are5 eating-1 'more bread.
j jBotn tne result ot tne goodness oi
zzi. m m u mm
It is constantly
quality. It's the
for this week
now $ 1 25
end there are only u few
10 discount cm every piece in stock. This in
cludes a beautiful new lino just arrived from New
York consisting of edgings, insertions, gallons
and allovers as well as our magnificent line of
hand made laces.
Regular if 1.50 value, now .$1.35
" 2.00 " " . 1.75
2.50 " " 2.25
Many patterns and all sizes to choose from. Every
one in stock at a bargain.
left. Select now.
we buy at the lowest
take advantage of the
and the prices on our
cannot afford to over-
YORK NOW ON