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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907
An excursion to the rubber plan
tations of Nahiku will Ik; made leav
ing Kahului on a special steamer on
Friday nipht, October llthnml re
turninir on Sunday, the 13th. All
parties interested should conitnuni
cate with Mr. Hugh Howell, Secre
tary of the Hawaiian Rubber Grow
ers' Association, who will make ar
rangements for the steamer passage
of all who desire to ko. The only ex
pense connected with the trip will be
the steamer fare of C.OO for the
The ' aui Shinbun, ti.e Japanese
news j iVper istl;e nlrieA and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
The Queen Lodging he use of Wat
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean beds, 50 cents per nigtit. A.
Do Re go, Proprietoi.
The offer of J. Oswald Lutted to
pay 10 cents per pound for small
chili peppers in any quantity should
prove a good opening for children and
others to make a few dollars annually.
The Rough Riders, the Adaliua
I'ati and the William Penu Cigars
are the bot on the Market. Try
The steamer Mauna Loa will touch
at McGregor's Lauding enroute to
Honolulu next Monday evening.
Fifty Spaniards and ten Portu
guese will be deported by the Ainiral
Olry. They came oo the Heliopolis
and Kumeric. Some are 6towaways
and some trachoma patients.
At the Wailuku Depot commenc
ing at 1 0 o'clock this morning Auc
tioneer Jas. L. Coke wi'l sell a lot of
furniture and household goods, after
which he will sell about 500 pairs of
shoes, at S. Decker's office on Main
Public schools opened Monday with
a large attendance in most of the
A number of up country children
are attending school in Wailuku as
the school here under the manage
ment of Principal Copeland is recog
nized as the best school of the County.
In a few days mre the macadam
will have been laid from the slaughter
pen below town to the railroad track
A divorce was granted this week
by Circuit Judge A. N. Kepoikai to
Mrs. J. N. K. Keola from her hus
band. Mrs. Keola was formerly Mrs.
James Alana and resided at Maka
wao. She and Mr. Keola were married
a few years ago but did not live happi
ly together and soon separated.
The County Central Committee of
the Republican party met Wednes
day and recommended the appoint
ment of a number of applicants to
rotations. Tne committee is alive to
the interests of members of the party
and at all times seeks to further the
interests of worthy Republicans.
District Magistrate McKay found
a Japanese defendant guilty of em.
bezzlement on Thursday and sen
tenced him to pay a line of fifty
dollars. The defendant had sold a
horse belonging to another and failed
to return the horse or the money.
BASEBALL AT WELL'S PARK
Rev. Father Stephen was a passen
ger tc Honolulu by Wednesday's
Claudine. He preached at the Ma
kawao Church last Sunday mnrnitiir
to a large congregation.
C. 11. G. IJraun (f the Maui Tele
phone Co., was laid up for several
days this week as a resell of severe
sunburns received while out bathing.
J. L Osmer lias soli out. his per
sonal effects and left Wailuku.
Ralph S Johnstone of the Internal
Revenue Service of Honolulu came up
to Maui Saturday and was registered
at the Maui Hotel.
Manager L Rarkhausen of Lahai
na is reported to be improving in Los
Angeles. He has suffered for some
Hme with ptomaine poi-oiiing.
Harold Flayselden came up from
Honolulu Saturday and is n.aeing
orders for cigars with local firms.
S. Decker returned Tuesday from
Honolulu where he placed three of
his children in school.
Deputy County Attorney Noa W.
Muli arrived in Wailuku Saturday
on a visit, to his old home. He will
retui n to Hilo to day.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, Supervisor W.
Henning, Judge Kepoikai and S.
Keliinoi were in attendance at the
Committee Meeting of the Republican
Central Committee on Wednesday.
A. Enos and Sam Decker were re
turning passengers from Honolulu by
Tuesday's Mauna Loa.
Moses Kauhiuiahu, principal of the
Kahului School, returned by last
Saturday's Claudine after spending
three weeks in Honolulu.
Miss On Tai returned latt Satur
day from Honolulu and has resumed
her duties as teacher in the Union
W. G. Scott and A. K. Slender.
saloonmen of Pa'm and Kahului re
spective!' returned Saturday from a
visit to the Metropolis.
Stafford Wrenn of Kahului return
ed to Honolulu this week where he
will attend Punahou college.
Treasurer L. M. Baldwin went to
Honolulu this week with two of this
children Edith and Earnest wlicm he
will place in Punahou college. The
children have attended the private
school of Rev. W. A nil of Wailuku.
Mrs. W. U. Keanu took one other
grand children to Honolulu this week
to place him in Kameliainclui pre
The Misses Matilda and Olivia
Hansen of Puunene returned to
school in Honolulu this week.
Miss Irene AiKen of Makawao
for Honolulu this week.
The married men of Kahului Lave
Challenged the benedicts of Wailuku
to play a gitme of baseball at Well's
Park tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 p.
The rules for the game have been
agreed upon and both sides arc in
readiness for a hard tussle that will
be worth seeing.
The Kahului team is composed of
W. Nawai, c, D. Aidala, p, W
Allen, lb, C. Bailey, 2b, C. Kuaihue,
3b, A. Garcia, ss, G. 15. Schrader, If,
W. S. Mountcastle. cf, J. Makahio,
rf, M. Picanco, C. B. Kinney, R. X.
Corbally, Capt. Nicholson, subs.
The Wailuku leain will probably be
made up as follows:
W. E. Bal, Sr. In, S. Keliinoi, p.
Chas. Bailey 3b, J. Garcia, It, Chas.
Rose, ss.T. Wilson, rf, E. II. Rogers,
2b, Hugh Howell, c, A. Enos, cf, S.
Decker, J. L Coke, A. do Rego, subs.
The following physicians are to b
in attendance as the boys feel that
there will require their' services:
Dr. J. Weddick, Dr. R. II. Dinegar,
Dr. F. A. St. Sure, Dr. J. II. Farrell,
and Dr. Carey,
11 . Streubeck, Mrs. Stieubeck and
Miss Anna Streubeck left foe1 Hono
lulu Wednesday for a few wei ks va
cation in Honolulu. Mr. Streubeck
has been one of the most steady em
ployees of the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany where he has been chief en
gineer of the mill for many yea-s.
Miss Julia Bctts returned to school
in Houolulu this week. She was ac
companied by her mother who will
remain in town for a few weeks.
H. F. Murasky left, for Honolulu
this week.' He has been employed
iu the Kahului Store for some months.
The Misses Annie, Ross, and Minnie
Hocking of Pata returned to Honolu
lu to school this week.
Miss Dora Cushiegham re tut ned
to her home in Honolulu this week.
She has been a guest of Mrs. S. E.
Kalama of Makawao.
W. G. Scott of Paia was in town
Thursday on business.
sain lumaKanui itie surveyor is in
town this week. He has work for
the Territory near Kihei that will
keep him busy for some time.
Inspector of Schools II. M. Wells
has returne.l to Ma i and resumed
his duties. About a year ago he fell
over a pa'.i in Ku!a and at the time it
was thought he would not recover.
He lias fully recovereJ however and
his many friends are glad to him
Dr. J. II. Raymond came down
from the ranch Thursday.
Attorney Peter Noa Kahokuoluuu
was in town jii business Thursday
Julie l'Yririra has been appointed
to a position on the uolico force. 11-3
was recommended by his precinct
club and by the Republican county
WAILUKU COURT HOUSE AT
WAILUKU, MAUI. T. H.
Sealed proposals will tie received
at the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works until .12 o'clock m. of
Sept. Kith, Kill", for constructing a
Court Mouse at Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
Plans, specifications, and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained at
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, for which a deposit of
$").ttO is icouiied, which sum will be
refunded intending bidders after
they have returned the plans and
Proposals will not be accepted un
less submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
cheek equal in amount to 5 per cent
of the bid in a sealed envelope, endor
ccd "Proposals for Wailuku Court
House" and delivered previous to 12
o'clock of the day specified at the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works, who reserves the rigkt to
reject any and all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Aug. 31. Sept. 7, H-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of P.
K KALIIPOINA, late of Kaanapali,
Order for Notice of Hearing Pet
ition for Probate of Will.
Documents purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of P. Kea
liipoina, late of Kaanapali, Maui,
deceased, having on the 30th day of
August, A. D. 1007 been presented
to said Probate Court, and a Petition
for the Probate thereof, and for ttie
Issuance of Letters Testamentary to
Joseph F. Welch, having been filed
by Joseph F. Welch.
It is hereby Ordered, that Friday,
the 11th day of October, A. D. 1007
at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, at
the Court Room of said Court, at
Lahaina, Maui, be and the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for proving said Will and hearing
It is Further Ordered, That notice
thereof be given, by publication once
a week for three successive weeks, in
the "Maui News," a weekly news
paper printed and published in Wai
luku, Maui, in the English language,
the last publication to be not less than
ten (lavs previous to the lime therein
appointed for hearinu.
Dated at. Wailnliu, Maui, Septem
her 2nd, KHI7.
(.-it'iied) A. N. KKPOIKAI,
Judge 2nd Circuit Court.
(S-a!) (Sd.) Kdmi;ni H. Haiit,
Sept. 7, H, 21, 28.
The:e will bt a special meeting of
stockholders of the Kaupakalua Wine
& Liquor Co. Ltd. a" the Kaupaka
lua School House, on Saturday, Sep
tember, 21st, 1007, at 3 P. M. for
the purpose of considering the adop
tion of an entirely new set of By-Laws
for the Cotnpauy.
Secretary Kaupakalua Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd.
Sept. 14, 21.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the Estate of
George Cockett, late of Kula, Maui,
Notice is lieretiy given thct the
undersigned was, on the 2nd. day of
September, KMl7. duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate of
Geoige Cockeit, late of Kula, Maui,
d 'ceased, and ail persons having
claims against said Estate or said
Deceased are hereby notified to pre
sent the xauii with the proper vou
chers, if any exists, to the undersign
eel at the office of his attoiney, James
L. Coke, at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, even if such claims arc
secured by mortgage on Real Estat.
within Six Months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
All claims not so presented will be
Dated at Wailuku, September 12,
Administrator of the Estate of
George Cockett, late of Kula, Maui,
Sept. It, 21, 23, Oct. 5, 12.
Shoe for TUomeri
possesses every feat-
lire n'hich has made:
it standard for forty
years, but the price
is lower ; modern
methods h av e I
brought that doivnH
Price $3 to $5 per pair.
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