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-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1907
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THE MAU3 NEWS
llterod at the l'o Oiliec .it W.c'ililui. .Mr.;:, Mm-. lii. o-ie! -cla:-s tnaiur.
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Hugh V . Cokei
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m:pt. 7. r.M.;
Improvement AKsocl.it Inn.
Our Future At no distant d i.y Wailuku and Kihului mo des
City. tinod to bo united in on i city mid will form one
of the busiest cities of tiie i'acific.
Wailuku lias advantages that commend it as an ideal pia: e to re
side that no other town of ttie Territory pos ... jo s. lis climate is
ideal. Its water is the best in the territory, ll ha natural drain
age that cannot bo su rpassed . It enjoys daily breezes that aw a
delight to all and which are .seldom so strong as to ho objectionable.
Its streets and roads lending to it are fast becoming the pride of
its citizens, its shipping facilities are excellent as ks railroad is
now built almost to its center while the principal p irt uf call for
ships for the island is but three miles distant' while its su rronr.d
ing territory is one of tiie largest, sugar producing districts of thu
territory and gives employment to nianv thousands of persons all
the year round.
Kahului has been a place of much activity for many years and has
had a steady growth in business for many years- and will soon be
greatly improved by the erection of now buildings on lots recently
laid out that will bo placed on the market at reasonable prices and
terms. Many of the old buildings will be torn down soon and all
will iu time give place to larger uiid better ones.
The building of the break water will make the harbor one of the
best in the territory and will givatiy enhance the shipping facil
ities of the island and will make possible the development of new
industries and the expusion of ot tiers.
The pineapple industry has long passed the, exprimental stage
and the factory at Haiku is already found to be too small for tlie
packing of the growth of pines in that section. This industry is
giving employment to many whites and hundreds of orientals and
as there are yet many thousands of acres of land suitable to the
growth of pines it is certain that in time there will ha many large
factories near Haiku and Makawao where there is but one at pres
ent. The growing of grapes and the manufacture of wine has proven
succesful aud this industry will be increased many fold in the near
The growing and manufacture of sisal is proving .satisfactory
and will doubtless become a leading industry.
It is believed that in time rubber will take second place with the
sugar industry and will prove'to bo the most profitable industry
of the islands. It is fortunate that none of these indust ries are
adapted to the same soil or climatic conditions and consequently
each will add to the revenue of the territory without detracting
from the profit of any of the others.
Each of these industries means more business for the whole
county aud the principal city must enlarge to bo in a position to
meet the wants of the growing industries of the county.
The lines of business that will be required in the city will be
many and varied to meet the wants of the community.
Factories will be built iu Kahului which will give employment to
many persons. Electric lights and power will be used and an elec
tric road is a possibility.
Those who can look into the future and read the signs of the
times predict that within a few years there will be one continuous
city extending from what io now Kahului proper and tiie town of
Wailuku. With the industries now developed and the development
of those that promise so well for the near future it is very prob
able that their prediction will be 'reaPzed.
Maui No Hy courtesy of the author, the Hon. Hi nest F Ache
Ka Oi. son, of Washington, Pa., this olliee is in receipt of a
handsotnely illustrated booklet issued as a souvenir of the visit of
the Congressional party to Hawaii last May. This booklet is com
piled from letters written from Hawaii by Mr. Acheson during his
visit here, and first published in the Washington, Pa., Observer.
Mr. Acheson has evidently a keen eye for details, and his letters
touch upon almost every' feature of the Islands and the island life.
He is particularly impressed with the beauty of our scenery, the
enterprise of our business men, the magnitude and the efficiency
of o"u"r agricultural operations, thu excellence of our school system,
and the hospitality everywhere so generously extended to the
Congressional visitors. Our own island receives particular aud
extended mention; eight pages of the thirty composing the text of
the booklet being devoted exclusively to Maui. The plantations,
with their extensive and costly irrigation works, Iao Valley and
Haleakala, our natural wonders, the promising rubber industry,
the legends and history of ancient Maui, the Hawaiian luaus and
music, the patriotism and civic spirit of our citizens and parti
cularly of our wealthier men, in contrast with the prevailing selfish
ness of wealth-are treated with deep appreciation.
The Wailuku Public School comes in for special commendation,
and is the only public school in the Territory to receive such men.
tion. The school building, the teachers and pupils, and tlie ercel
lence of the work exhibited, are all commented upon with tin;
highest approval. Especially was the patriotic exercise appre
ciated by the party, several of whom asked Principal Cepeland for
copies which they wished to print and circulate for use, in the
schools of their homo districts.
Considering the authority, the scope aud the readability of this
souvenir booklet, together with the wide circulation it will undoubt
edly have among the author's oilicial and influential friends.it can
not fail to become an exceedingly valuable asset to Hawaii.
The monthly meeting of the Im
provement Association was held
Thursday evening with but a few
1J. A. Y,tds'.vi)! !ii presided while
Charles Wileos recorded the acts of
II. M. Coke repot ted for the com
mil too on dumping grounds and lb?
committee given more time to eom-
le'P their work.
The n alter of beautifying Main
street v.-, is uiscuss"d and it was point
ed oot that, while trees were very
much des'trul ty hnp-ovc the street
1 1 a t they should he tet far enough
hack to give a go( d view of tlie hai-'
horand Haieaka'a. Mr. Lufkiti moved
i lie a ppojn I men I. of ;i, committee of
three to ta'.-e llie matter up with Ua:
supervisors. Tic Chnir- appointed
I). II. Cue, Charles V,'i! -o and W'
J. Coellio as tin1 co'i,'i:ii :,ee.
The dangerous methods of ihe
oriental- iu hurtling ruMjish in close
proximilv io huilding.s was called to
the attention of (he A ssor.i i lion but
the chair ruled that that was a mat
tor for tin? Fire Commissioners but
suggested 1 hat any f the members
of the Association would oo glad Io
assist, tl'p Commissioners at any time
they noght wish.
NOTICE OF Til I-: FORMATION O
A CO-PAHTNEUSiliP 11Y AND
PET WEEN WONG YOU AND
Dies in Bath Tub.
A Japanese barber of town died
suddenly in his butt; tub Monday
evening while taking his evening
Hp bad resided iu Wailuku for
many years ami during the past year
hud suffered with heart disi ase.
His deatl) is supposed to he due to
hi art failure.
He was buried the foil owing day.
His L neral was largely uttended hy
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the Coun y of Maui will hold
a meeting n-t, tlie public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahn'.ui. on Monday
Hie 1st, of October 11)07 at 2 P. M.,
Io consider the implication of S. Ki
mura, for a Wholesal? License to sell
lntoxic'.iirg liquors at Wai'uku in
the two looms -,f t'e In, il, ling now
nctupied ;is a law office by A. N.
K' poik.ii at said Wa u!;a, under tlie
pi ovis'ons oi- Act 1 Session Laws
All protests or objections again-.t
the issuance of a license under said
api lkation shoi:U be li'ed with the
Secretary of the IJ'.ard not later
than the tune set for saai heat ir.g.
September Oth, 11107.
I). C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Cotn-m'ss;one--s.
September 7. 14, 21, 28.
AUCTION AT WAILUKU
On Saturday, Sept. lfli, 1307, at
the Wailuku Depot, I will sell at Pub
lie Aueiion, cnninene'iig at 10 a. in.,
tlie household etfeets and personal
properly of Mrs. O L' Tt id of Grove
One Upright Grand Sterling Pi.oio.
Parlor and Med room S'-ts, Chairs,
Itokers, Lamps. Hues, one well
broke.. 5 yenis old If.r'-e from Par
ker Ktvu'h, 1 ia 'W horse well b: ok.m,
ti years "i-i, Saddles ra-,i-ss, (Jar
den Implements etc., etc.
All nearly new and in good order.
Paia. Kahului and Puunene people
can conr; on the morning train and
return iu the afternoon.
.1 L COKIS,
Notice is hereby given t'nat at llie
regular session of he Hoard of Super
visors of the County of Maui held in
their ( dice at Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
on lie 7th day of A'-Jttusi, 1 ;oi7, a
I'our.d was ?--talifr bed a' Hol.olu.i
Cattle Pen, Ilonoiua, hi the District
of I.idiaina, County of Maui, T. 1! .
and R, C. SE RLEJr. was duly up
pointed PoundiiKister thereol.
The ;t).i;i) OK SUPERVISORS
f,.T and ttiihin the County of Maui.
f!y Wm. PENNING,
Attest: W. K. KA.E,
County Clerk, County o Maui.
Ma keia ke lioolaba ia aku t;ei ma
ke akea, ma l.a Im-jwai ka Papa
Luna Kiui o ke Kukris o Maid i ma
lama ia tua ko lnkou Keena ma Wai
luku, Maui, T. II , ma ka la 7 o Au
icake, M II. I;'ti7, "u hooka.iwale ap
lakou i Pa Aupnoi n.a. ka Pa JJipi o
ka II ui o 1 l'JiioU'.a, ma ll. tiolua, ma
ka Apaaa o Lai. ama, Mokupuni o
Maui, T. H , a ua hoolioliu ioi;o ia o
R. C. SEARLE, Jr. l Luna Pa Au
p'.mi i.o u i I'a Aupe.ni la i ohdeia.
Na ka PAPA LUNA K1AI o ke
U'tdaiia o Mfui,
Ma o Wm. 1 1 E N N 1 N ( J ,
lkea: 'A'm. K. KAAE,
Kakauoltlo Kalam., Kalaaa o Maui.
Complying with the Provisions f
section 2Vy.), Chapter 102. Revist ;!
Luvs of Hawaii a a amended by Ad
2!' of the Session Law of 1 007 notice
is hereby given that, on the 23! h
day of August, 11107, the undersigned
made and ent red into genersi arti
e'es of co-partnership.
That the names an 1 residences of
each of the members of said cn-pitrt
Wong You. of Wailuku, Maui.
Wong Yin, of Wailuku, Maui.
That- the nature of this business oT
such co-partnership is Io maintain
and carry on a general merchandise
That the linn name of I he co-partnership
is the "Kwong Lung Tai We
he principal place of business
co partnership is Wailuku,
rritory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, August, 23th 1307
Align? t HI, Sept. 7.
1IOOLATIA IIUI MAW A EN A O
WONG YOU AME WONG YIN.
I kulikf at me ka Pauku ?.C":5, Mo
kiinn 1G2, o na Kanawai o Hawaii, n
t hoololi ia e ke Kanawai 23 n na Ka
nawai n ke kau o 1307, ma ka la 23 o
Augate, 11)07, ua komo hut na mea
malalo iho nci.
O ka inoa ame knhi neho o kela
ui" keia lala o ua hui la.
Wong You, no Wailuku Mal i.
Wong' Yin, no Wailuku, Maui,
O ke ano o ka hann o.keia hui, oia
no ka 'awplawe ame ka hoohana an;
I ka hat a kalepa o keln a me keia
O ka inoa o ka hui oia no "Kwong
Lung Tfci Wo Kee."
O kaht ktiinau o keia hui aia ma
Wailuku, Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Wa'luku, Maui, Augate 23, 1307.
August 31, Sept. 7.
TJOOLAT1 A PAPA.
Aole malamn a hookipa i knn v. a
hhie mart hi Kauhai Nakihei Kapiio
ho, o hoopii ia ma ke Kanawai, aole
hoaie ma kuu innu, aole aue uka, ua
iiaalele mai oia iron
Sept. 7, 14, 21.
EDMUND H. HAI'T
Notaky Puni.ie, Convevanckk ami
AOKNTTO G R A XT MaUIIIAOE LlCEN.SlS
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
growing small chili peppers,
and who desire to sell them at
a good price in any quantity,
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
FIELD: September 4, 1!VJ7. To Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Field at Wailuku
Maui T. H. adaughter.
Ready for Business
If yon are n kodalior or tin artist, wo earnestly solicit
a trial order in ait materials or j.hotivrapliic supplies
and in developing and printing.
If you want a kodak or camera we can supply you
with tlie lalest models at the very lowest market prices.
All our iroods tire new, we are new, and all our cus
tomers are new. Will you be one of the new ones.
awaii Photo & Art Co.
L. R. CROOK, Prop. HONOLULU, T. H.
We have in exhiliition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Uathtnb,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Hurs in various sizes.
Towel Racks, 2-:5 and 4 fold,
Comb and Urush Trays.
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must be seen and used. - Taken as a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore the MOST SANITARY. '
Our prices bring them within the roach of all.
Wo invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
For Best Re.sults Advertise in the
Sfime Sfcible ZKciliului Sluilroad Company
WAILUKU PAIA DIVISION
K AH U LUI -PU UNENE KHIEl DIVISION.
STATIONS A' M- !
Kahului Leave G.20 i
Puunene Arrive j.35 '
Puunene Leave (j.-N)
Kahului Arrive (i.55
Kahului Leave 8.10 i
Puunene Arrive 8.25 '
Puunene Leave 8.30 i
Kahului Arrive 8.45
Camp 5 Arrive j
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
Kahulu! Railroad Companv
IX t 1 M -T- CS cn
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Ar.FA'A.NOER A HALDWIN. Ltd.
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bau 1'iauciico ana t'io uawaitan islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO
Line of Sailing Vessels Hetwecr