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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1907
Longwortlm Visit Maul.
Congressman Nicholas Longworth
and Mrs.LontMVorth will arrive hy Hip
Claudine in Kahului today. A t,pn:iai
train will tako them to Puunene
where they will havp breakfast. Hon.
II. P. Haldwin has suggested lhat
thpy take thn Iao Valley trip and
has ofTprpd to take thn party to 1 ho
end of the road in his auto and from
thprp send thpm up on horschack to
the tableland. In thp evening thn
party will go to Olinda and vsitj
Haleaknla and then visit, Ivaiipo. j
Kipahulu, TIana, Nahikuand Keanae. I
They will return to Ilonohilu from !
Kahtilui Wednesday, i
MUs Woodford and JIirs Marion
Boll of Honolulu havp takpn a cottage
of VV. If. Field and will spend a vara
J. A. Harris the painter and har
ness maker was in Wailuku this
C. D. Lufkin eashipr of the First
National Hank of Wailuku returned
from florolulu Saturday.
Fillpr was in town Saturday.
ator A. X. Haysehlen of Lahni-
ipeeptpil the position as
Try Heinz baked beans and ITeinz
prepared mustard. These are among
the most popular of the "57 Varie
ties." All grocers. H. Ilackfeid & Co.,
The unprecedented rains of the
past ten dys have not been wholly
a blessing for while the gras.s and
cane have been benefitted much dam
age was done to some of the ditches
tlumes, and bridges and a number of
house's have been wash-ad into the sua.
The roads are quite muddy as a
result ot thi heavy rains of late.
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
news paper is t'-e'oldest and best t'or
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
Building has had quite a stimulus
of late in Wailuko. Carpenters are
now at work on a cottage for Attor
ney Jas.'L. Coke on High street, a
cottage for the brother's of St. An
thony's school, and a cottage on
Vineyard -street.. It is said that
work will begin soon on the New
Japanese Church and the Y. M. I.
hall on Vineyard street.
A circular letter has been sent to
all persons holding a' second class
liquor license within the County of
Maui that it is a violation of their
license to sell or deliver outside of
their premises any intoxicating
liquors. Under this ruling a saloon
keeper is not permitted to so much
as deliver a glass of liquor to a person
in a hack outside of thp place of
A dash to Maui was made Tuesday
by District Attorney R W Ureck
ons and U. S. Marshall E. R. Hendrv
with a Korean interpreter. They
reached Wailuku Tuesday evening
and left the same night for Paia.
They returned the following day and
took the Claudine for Honolulu.
A new hotel is being built by Con
tractor Moody adjacent to the Kali
ului Harucs Factory.
The contract for the erection of
the Maui Steam Laundry has been
let to Contractor W. J. Moody. The
building will soon be built and the
machinery installed and the plant
put in operation.
A pipe was laid across Market, and
Main Street this week to carry off
the surplus water below the Alexan
A number of residents of Wailuku
were called as witnesses before Judge
DeDolto this week in a civil suit
brought by Ah Hoy against Doctor
J. II. Raymond. On the 20th Ah Hoy
withdrew the suit and the witnesses
were notified by wire that their ser
vices were not wan-ted.
Over half of the road along the
beach between Wailuku and Kahului
has been macadamized and is first
The dredger Reclamation in Kahu
lui Harbor is doiug excllent work and
doing it rapidly.
There will be a game of base ball
Suuday at 2:30 P. M. at wells park
between the Kahuluis and La Palo
mas. Attend the game and encourage
S. Decker carries the best grade
of Sewing Machines on Maui.
Part of the Kihei road is reported
to be in a bad condition
It Is said the cane at Kihei
never better than it is this year.
The Emily F. Whitney lumber laden
from Portland Oregon has liuished
unloading and will leave today
County treasury warrant No. 1 l!!i)
in favor of F. Wittroclf for S0.00
has been lost. See notice in this
An Ordinance vacating and ci.os
IXO A PORTION OK THE PaI.UI.I ROAI'
I.r.APlNil KIlnM Makawao to Paia,
Cm. nty ok Maui, and i.yinh k
twkkn maunaoi.o seminary and
the Paia Fokf.ion Church as-
APPROXIMATE DISTANCE OK ll'JOf
keet; and, in mru thereof, open
ing a new section ok road from
Makawao tj Paia, an approxi
mate DISTANCE OF 422U KEET.
ilank made vacant by the i esign.'i I i in
of W. A. Kngle.
C. D. Lufuin expects to leave on
September 21st for a vi,it to his i 1
home. He will meet. Mr Lufl.in
and their son Frank and have a
family reunion at !es mothers home.
He will return in about threp months.
.Mr. uenrtrn li. Henderson
severed bin connpfMnn with
tl.ygpiu Soda Wo-ks.
Dr. Henry S. Openheimer of New
York was registered at the Maui
Hotel a few days this week. H
touring the islands
R. A. lluchanao 'f Koha'a
Wailuku this week.
Mrs. H. W. Mist, Miss Mist ar.d
Robert E. Mist were registered at
the Maui Hotel this week. They
went, to Haleiikala this week. Robert
E. Mis' was formerly manager of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co'h. Store at.
Doctor J. H. Raymond left for Ho
Mrs. Spencer of Waiinea Hawaii is
visiting her sistor Mrs. A. N. Kenoi-
Di. She expects to remain here some
feks longer and is accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Kaaua.
Mrs. Harry Murray is Hie guest of
Judge and Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Enos returned
from Honolulu Saturday.
A. do Rego has completed his !odg
ing house on Main Street which he
has called the Queen. It will be
pady for guests by September 1st.
James Kirkland the Liquor Inspec
tor left, Sati rday for Molokai to re
port on a number of applications
from that island. He returned Tuesday.
W. A. Engle has resigned his posi
tion with the Lal'ieina National Hank
to become the manager of the llygeia
Soda and Ice Works.
Mr. J. IT. Harbottle of Honolulu
has been on Maui some days. He is
connected with tho tax office of Ho
nolulu and is one of the young men
sent to Japan by King Kalakaua
some years ago to learn the Japanese
language. He returned home Wednesday.
Miss Mollie Cummings is expected
home today. During the past year
Miss Cummings has been a teacher
in the public school at Hanalei, Kauai
and was recently transferred to Ki
hei that she might be near home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bethe and children
arrived on the Claudine Wednesday
from liana and spent the day in
Wailuku among their old friends
Mr. Bethe was employed by the
Wailuku Sugar Company from the
time of its organization and left last
year to accept the position in the
Hana Mill as chief engineer. He and
his lamuy will return to tiana oue
week from today.
Fore!er Ralph S. Ilosmer aecom
pained by his mother came up from
Honolulu Tuesday and left for Haiku
Wednesday where Mrs. Ilosmer wi'l
visit Mrs. Clarence G. White.
Mr. J. Garc"ia, teller of the First
National Hank of Wailuku, was on
Wednesday morning, presented by
his wife with a daughter. Both Mrs
Garcia and the baby are doing well
Doctor R. II. Diuegar went to Ho
nolulu this week as a witness before
of the Courts.
Solomon Kekipi, the bookbinder of
the Maui Publishing Company is ill
at las home, tie is unuer the care
of Doctor St. Sure.
D. T. Carey returned from Hono
lulu Tuesday where he went to meet
his brother Doctor Carey, the dentist
who expects to locate in Wailuku in
a few days and practice . his pr.
UK IT ORDAINED hy the Hoard
of Supervisors within and for the
County of Maul that:
.S"i-1 inn 1. That portion of the Pa
liuli ii:v I, County of Maui, avei ailing
all feet ir. width, being a port'on f
the old rftad leading frrm Makawao
down In Paia, frnm a point by the
lane lending to the .vlak.iwao Semi'
nary ' n point, pear the junctio i wilh
new road a few hundred feet above
th I'.ii:' Foreign church, th" ccnte'
ine of which ;s described as follows:
lieginuing ut a point in the center
of the main road lea'ling from P.iii
to Makawao, opposite the lower ede
or the lane leading into the grounds
of the Makawao Seminary (Maunaoln
Seminary), from which point the II.
fr. S. Trig. Station on Puunene bears
10:$ 0 1!)' 50" by True Azimuth, and is
distant. 11)030 feet, the eent.'r line
runs hy true azimuths as follows:
(1) 1.'55 3 50' 13((i feet
(2) 127 50' 307 "
141 0 20'
point in the center
small culvert (i.'i feet mauka of junc
tion of new road across gulch and
containing an area of 3. (18 acres, a
little more or less, is hereby vacated,
abandoned and ordered closed to the
Section 2. A new road or. highway
is hereby established and opened lo
and for the public use, across that
cprUin strip of land 40 feet in width,
lying equally on each side of the cen
ter line of the new road as construct
ed between the train Makawao Paia
road and the Makawao Camp 2 Ka
hului road, the said center line being
described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Eastern
edge of the main road leading from
Kahului via Camp 2 to Makawao.
rom which point II. G. S. Trig
Station on Puunene bears 10(5 o
by True Azimuth and is distant 13 H2
V-et, the center line of said read runs,
by True Azimuths
thence on a curve, tangent
to last course, whoso radius is 132.5
feet and whoso chord is 221 50' 270
(0) 288 15' 13G feet tangent
to above curve
(10) 275 50' 216 feet
(11) thence on a curve, tangent
to last course, whose radius is 70 feet
and whose chord is 188 35' 1 10 feet
(12) 101 10'
to above curve
(13) 118 43'
(14) 134 05'
(15) 110 20'
(If.) 113 10'
(17) 75 2.V
(18) 108 00'
(ID) 120 50'
(20) 130 45'
ur Furniture Department
commences tlieir clearance sale
this week and there are many
bargains to be bad.
r a limitf.
l noios 011 ton ami :s ;i -unui t;i;ei
I'i ic" now onlv :;9 0;)
i 1 i. gi liinii" io ileli
( hik 'hair, with I'nl.bler
seat, suitable for dii.ing
roonn:, bedrooms, loung
ing looms, ami lanais.
This week only $l.o()
Genuine Ostermoor Mattresses in 2 pieces, $15.09.
S. A A
MERCERIZED SEA ISLAND EMBROIDERY FLOSS
A new l:nibroiilery Cottnn, made in same sizes, same twist, same fuster and
tame FULL LINE OF STRICTLY FAST COLORS as wash silks,
for which you will linJ it a perfect substitute at much less cost. (Sktins are
twice as lan:e at much lower price. )
-rrr embroidery floss
8rds:tar8 P-ig" IOO
150 feet tangent
73 " to a point
All sizes except Couching, 3c. per skein, 30c.
doen. Postage, Ic. per doz. extra. Couching, 8c.
skein, 90c. per dozen. Postage, 4c. per dozen extra.
Color Card sent on nppltcation.
A lull lino ot Ladies, Children s and Infant's sweaters. All sizes and mixed colors.
Many di lie rout patterns. See our leader onlv S-50 each. Others ranoino- in m-iees from
$1.50 to $5.00 each. ,
Have you seen our new Embroideries and Laces? '
I). .McCare parsed throuii Kahu
lui Wednesday on his way to Honolu
lu from Laupahoehoe. lie was form
erly master mechanic for the- Kahu
lui Kail road Company.
on the Western, edge of the main road
leading from Paia to Makawao, a few
hundred feet above the Paia Church,
and containing au area of 3.')2 acres.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect from and after being port
ed upon a bulletin board in front of
or near tho rooms occupied bv the
Hoard of Supervisors, and its publi
cation once a week for a period of 2
consecutive weeks in a Dews paper of
general circulation published at the
Hoard of Supervisors in and for the
County of Mai i.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had
and vote taken, was passed by the
lizard of Supervisors of Maui County,
on the !Uh day of August 1007, at
their regular meeting held in Wai
W. F. KAAK,
Clerk of tho Hoard of Supervisors,
Couuty of Maui.
to cKarge more
thfvrvwe do .
We want everybody to know
to know, the value of this
magnificent flour and for
next week we will fill orders
a special price of $1.35 per
bag. Remember one week
only. Get your order in
Stands for America's linest in Canned meats ami
carry the lull list, but have you ever tried the Veribest
I'ork nnd lJeans? Special price this week, :i cans
Open Saturday Evenings.