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- SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1907
Tinioka company has fitted up a
fish market next door to the VVailuku
Market where fidi will hr sold u uler'
much more sanitary conditions t liar
The police caused the arrest of a
young man last week for hunting
without a license. Tie. plead guilty
and had sentence suspended.
The recent rains have brought the
grans out everywhere and fat beef
may be look for in the near future.
The highest, freshet, in many years
was expereneeil in Waihee river a
week no Sunday. The Kapnna flume
that has not been' touched since it
was erected al ut. twenty years ago
was washed into the sea.
The Maui Shinbun, t'.e Japanese
news paper is t. i oldest arid boston
advertising purposes among th- Jap
N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
Hids for the construction of a new
court, house for Wailuku are expect
ed to be publised soon
There will be si rvices as usual atj
the church of the Good Shepherd
Mrs. Rebecca K. Holst.cin, wife of
E. C. Holstem of Honolulu, died Mon
day at the Le.ihi Hospital at the ago
of 40 years. The deceased was a
sister in law of Tims. Holstem, Wai
luku centrrl for the Maui Telephone
Co., and of II. L. Holstein, speaker
of the House during the last session
of the Legislature.
A native man working on the
steamer Iwalani at Makena Friday
morning was injured and will proba
bly have to have part of Ins foot
amputated. Dr. Dinegar went to Kb
hei and brought hi-n over to the Ma
lulani Hospital about noon of Friday.
The death of Judge Kahaulelio was
reported from Lahaina just before
we went to press on Friday. The
Judge was a very old Hawaiian and
has held many responsible positions
during his lifetime including a pro
minent position with the school board
in the earty days. He was tax as
sessor for many years and was dis
trict magistrate for Lahaina for
about twenty year..
One of the smaller reservoirs of
'the WaHuku Sugar Com pan 7 burst
Friday morning and as the waters
rushed into the large reservoir on
the edge of the Maalaea road this
reservoir burst and would have done
much' damage but for tho prompt
action of head luna Roberts and the
ditch man opened the reservoirs and
allowed tho water to escape as much
as possible 'and then got a large force
of men to work on tho reservoirs and
prevent all of the water rushing out
The picnic to be given by Miss
Emma Peplowski up Iao valley in
honor of Miss Annie Hocking has been
postpoued to Sunday September the
eighth. About twenty-five guests
have been invited and a pleasant day
Attend the auction sale at Puia
today and secure some choiso bar
Henry Maialoha of Waihee, a Mell
known resident of Maui died at his
homo Thursday afternoon. He had
been ill many months and his death
was not unexpected.
PliRSON AL MENTION.
V. C. Achi Jr. is spending part ol
h's vacation at. Keliinois at Waikapu.
He will go to Harvard next year.
W. U. Scot and son Walter were
in town Monday from Paia.
Alfed Ilaiiseniof l'uuneue left Wrd
nesday to resume his studies in Ho
nolulu. Miss Lid.t Cairkard arrived in Wai
luku Tui s'luy evening v-here - he will
' 1 it v. uha ge 1 T the grammer g:a'!e
it) the Wi.ih.k'i School MN t'-i'-k
a 'il is a teacher of mai y veuri ex
perience and '.viil (1 nib' h s be a vain
it to addition to the Wailuku Public
Principal Copeland returned Tues
day from Honolulu whe.e he WiLt
Miss 10. il. Nicho:s, Miss Kihel I)
Wolfe and Miss Fiances Hind! were
all rcgi.-tered at tin Maui Hotel this
week. Tney have secured a cottage
of vV. H Field up I -.to Valley and vil
p lid a vaca t ion there.
Dan Con a ay i on Maui this: week
stocking un our merchant.
Mrs. H. it. Case returned mime
from the Mahiiani Hospital S-Uurday
where she undo' went an operaiim
for a ppendicit i '. She is yet in a we.ik
condition hut is steadily iir.provin .'.
Dr. J. II llayinond returned from
Honolulu Saturday where he went to
defend a suit brought against, him bv
Ah Hoy. 'A few days before the suit
was to be heard All Hoy withdrew
A. C. Alexander of Honolulu was
in Wailuku this week
Ex Secretary of '.he Territory, A.
L. C. Atkinson was on Maui this week
with the Longworths. Jack was the
most popular official in the Carter
administration and has passed
through the ordeal as popular as
H. T-i. Auerbach of Honolulu
at the Maui Hotel this week.
Inspector Wells lleturns
lload Building in Kauai County
LI HUE, August 24. Tho county
of Kauai expects to build about six
.miles of raactdamized road during
the cresent vear. The contract for
the road from the landing at NawiH
wili to the northwards, which had
beeu awarded to John Wilson, was,
on his bankruptcy, taken over by
the countv. his boudsineti being held
responsible. Tho work is actually
being done at a lower rate than his
hid. so that the bondsmen, whom it
was thought at first would be heavy
losers, will not suffer any loss at all
The work is bei u done under the
direction of Hold Supervisor Mora
It is probable that tin excessive
floods that have occurred in several
parts of Kauai will be responsible fi
rutting dowu the amount of road
work that can be done, as several
bridges have been destroyed 01
damaged and will have to be replaced
or repaired. This it is expected
will take from four to rive thousand
Kauai is thoroughly satisfied wit!
the way county government is work
ing' out. In public improvements
more has beeu accomplished and
more satisfactorily! than under the
School Inspector Wells, who met
wi'h a serious fall last November, is
now said to be fully recovered find wil
psumr? h'.s duties with the school year
in September. He is at. present in
California with relatives, and hrs
pent the suinmes riding about and
living in the open air.
Mr. Wells, while engaged in his du
ties on Maui, suffered a fall over a
precipice and lay unconscious and
uncared for from about 7 o'clock one
evening until 1 o'clock the next after
noon. Search had been instituted for
him. He was given medical attention
at Paia for a time and was afterward
taken to' Queen's Hospital, where
he remained for a long time. He be
came physically better and was taken
to California iu the hope that the
change of scene and climate would be
good for htm. It seems to have been,
and he will report for duty with the
NOT1CE.OFTHE FORMATION OK
A CO-PARTNERSHIP HY AND
BETWEEN WONG YOU AND
Complying with the Provisions of
section 2G.:, Chapter 1(2, Revised
Laws of Hawaii as amended bv Act
2!) of the Session Law of 1 HOT notice
s hereby given that, on the 2'Hh
ay of August, 1!H the under shned
made and ent. red into eenera! arti-
'-s of f ii-ti!ri nership.
Thnt the names tur! residences ,if
!i"h of the members of said co-pat t
ners'i' ;i a re :
U.i'i( You, of Waihik'.i. Mini.
Wo;, it Yin. of Wailuku. Maui,
font the nature of this hiisiues-- of
nch co-oa'-' nerhi t is to m.iinta'n
and carry on a general 'HPichai'iiise
That the lirm name of t lie co pa rl -
nc'sliio is the "Kwurijr Luni? Tui Wo
That 1 (10 priue:pal nlare of business
f slid co iiartiKM'ship i Wailukn.
Maui. Territo' v cf Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui. August. i'Mh 1!IU7
Augur t 31, Sept. 7.
HOOLAHA HUI M AW A EN A 0
WONG YOU AME WONG YEN.
I kuliki- ai me ka Pauku ?(.V!, Mo
.una 1G2, o na Kanawai o Hawaii, a
1 hoololi ia 0 ke Kanawai 29 o na Ka
nawai o ke kau o 11MI7, ma ka la 2!) o
Augate, 11)07, ua koino hui na mea
malalo iho nei.
O ka inoa ame kahi noho o kela a
me koia lala o ua hui la.
Wong You, no Wailuku Maid,
Wong Yin, no Wailuku, Maui,
O ke ano o ka liana o keia hui, oia
no ka lawelawe ame ka hoohana ana
i ka hana kalepa o kela a me keia
O ka inoa o ka hui oia no "Kwong
Lung Tat Wo Kee."
O kahi kutnau o keia hut aia ma
Wailuku, Maui, Tetitorio Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, Augate 2!, 1H07.
August 31, Sept. 7.
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RE F R !G E R ATORS 3f$e
tiiey soon save their cost by preserving
food left over Vrom tiie last meal as well
as that uncooked intended for the next one.
They arc y'eat ice silvers mid cost very little when
coii.put'od to the benefit derived from them.
Honolulu August 26. Superinten
dent Hollway, of the Hoard of Public
Works, evidently believes that silence
is golden for he is saying rery little
notwithstanding the fact that there
has been a great deal of talk by con-
factors and others as-ainst himself
personally and his department generally.
"There Uas been so much said and
printed," said he this morning when
usked why he does not defend him
self "that it has about reached the
stage where I think it will have more
of the opposite effect than what was
intended. It doesn't take a great
deal of insight to see that such one
sided statements day after day are
not sincere, but are inspired by some
motive other than the good of the
public. There is likely to be seme
light shed on motives before a great
Mr. Hollowav has the piece of wood
found in the pump which it was stated
had been left there by the workmen
who made the machine. The piece is
a block of Norway pine about six
inches square by au inch and a half
to an inch and three quarte s thick,
and without doubt a piece from the
end of one of the staves used in mak
ing the wooden conduit . How it got
in the pump is a question, but Hollo-
way does not believe that it was
drawn through the suctinu.
Notice is hereby given that ut the
regular session of the Hoard of Super
visors 01 tlie.Uounty of Maui held in
their ollice at Wailuku, Maui, T. 11
on the 7th clay of August, 1007, 1
Pound was pslablished at Honolua
Cattle Pen, Honolua, iu the District
of Lahaina, County of Maui, T. II.
and R. C. SEARLE Jr. was duly a v.
pointed Poundmaster thereof.
The HOARD OF SUPERVISORS
for and within the County of Maui.
By Wm. HENNING,
Attest: W. F. KAaE,
County Clerk, County o Maui.
Ma keia ke hoolaba ia aku nei ma
ke akea, ma ka halawai o ka Paua
Luna Kiai 0 ke Kalana 0 Maui i ma
lama ia raa ko lakou Keena ma Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., ma ka la 7 0 Au
kake, M. II. 1907, ua hookaawale ue
laKou 1 ra Aupunima ka fa Liipi o
ka Hui o Honolua, ma Hcnolua, ma
ka Apana 0 Lahaina, Mokupuni o
Maui, T. H., u ua hookohu pono ia o
R. C. SEARLE, Jr. 1 Luna Pa Au
puni no ua Pa Aupuni la i oleloia.
Na ka PAPA LUNA KIAI o ke
Kalana o Maui,
Ma o Wm. HENNING,
lkea: Wm. P. KAAE,
Kakauolclo Kalana, Kalana o Maui.
Do You .Enjoy Good Coffee?
The great demand caused
by our special price of last week
leads us to continue it for one
uvck more but this is positively
'Ki'f.'4!!;! the last v-cck ycu can buy this
W'Xim Hour fry $1.35 per bar.
U.A Kill l.hMfVt
Any veliicles for repair in my shop
and not taken out inside of 30 da
after being finished will be sold for
labor and material used.
Wailuku, Maui, T. 11., Aug. 20, 1H07
Atig. HI, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 23.
One jet black colt with small white
spot 111 forehead. Aged 3j year
Finder return to D'Amaral, Pun
nene, Maui, and receive reward.
Aug. 111. Sept. 7,' 14, 21, 2S.
Hilly Green of M. Phillips & Co.
on Maui this week la the interest of
What is lx ttcr in tin morning ami it's tho timo you want it
dinner is oomplote without a
top it nil' ii iii I aid diirostinn.
jrood and tasty, ion, and what
ol (lohk'n (una (Jotk'o to
This cold handle try pan, do
siixuod espocif.lly for quick cook
in.r. Xo lono; timo spent in the
kitchen over a hot stove.
Wo have them in several sized
from y5c up.
And after dinner, when the work" of the day has been com
pleted, gather your friends around and spend a pleasant evening with
this tine talking machine, Costs, with a dozen records, your choice
of any we have in stock, only $5.50,
Reinernben, machine and 12 Records,
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