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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1907
THE MAUI NEWS--
The Maui Sliitibun, the Japanese
news paper is the oldest and host for
advertising purp'W-.'s atr.nng tin1 Jap
tf. Editor and manager.
The Queen Lodning h use of Win- I
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean brih, 5(1 rents per ninht A.
Do Rego, Proprirloi.
he sale "f the- Kapapala ranch,
h, will be followed with more than
ordinary interest because of then
intrinsic worth, the new conditions
imposed in the proposed leases as
alTecling their value, arri the fact
that this was one of the last sales
ordered by the late administration.
A great many persons visited the
table lanls up lao valley Sunday.
The place is becoming more popular
as a place to get out of the heat. It
is but an hours ride and affords an
oportunity to bo in different sur
roundings, and climatic conditions
that is refreshing.
On the Island of Hawaii, the Land
Office has under consideration a
renewed offering of Olaa lauds, that
were first placed on the market for
homesteads about ten years ago.
The present idea is to offer them on
a much lower basis of valuation.
A game of baseball was played at
Spreekelsville Sunday between the
Puunene railroad and the Spreekels
ville baseball clubs. The game was
won by the Puuv.ene boys by a score
of 11 to 11).
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular me-ling on Tuesday, Sept.
2-1 th, at the Parsonage.
Gulden Gate Flour has stood the
test of time. It is the best Hour in
the market. H. I Rick fold & Co. are
A large dealer in fruits has written
Jared G. Smith -that he is certain a
large and lucrative trade in pine
apples could easily be built up in
Ogden and other cities on the Main
land. This conclusion was reached
after he had S3en the fruit recently
shipped to Chicago in charge of Mr
Higgins of the experiment station.
The Woman's Aid Society of the
Wailuku Union Church held its first
meeting with Mrs. Dodge, this week
Tuesday. The following officers were
chosen for the coming year. Mrs. R
B. Dodge, President; Miss Charlotte
L. Turner, vice President; Mis. C
E. Copeland, Secretary andTreasur
er; Mrs. C. 13. Wells, chairman of the
Program Committee and Mrs. D. H.
Case, Chainnam of the Executive
Committee. Several new members
were elected to membership.
Plant your vacant land in Chili
pepers and send them to J. Oswold
Lutted of Hunolulu and receive ten
cents per pound.
A very pleasant farewell party was
L'iven bv Judge and Mrs. A. N. Ke'
poikai to Mrs. Harry Murray of Ho
nolulu Tuesday evening at their home.
Mrs. T. 13. Lyons rendered some
choice piauo selections. Cards were
enioved bv all after which excellent
refreshments were served.
A black mare lias been lost by
Frank Cambra. Puunene. See lost
notice in this issue.
The attention of the Public is call
ed trhe continued sale of a tine line
of s.iues at Auction this evening at
7 o'clock p. n. at S. Deckers Store
JAS. L. COKE,
For some months an engineer h&s
been at work in Kahului layiug out
town lots. Recently some of the low
lands has beeu tilled and the work
was still in progress. Several of the
old building have been torn down and
one has beeu moved onto a new lot.
The Nevadan arrived in port Tues
day and left Wednesday.
A static machine was received by
Dr. R. II. Dinegar this week on the
Nevadan. A room is being built iu
which to place the machine and en
gine. Eight Japanese were arrested
Wednesday in the second story of a
building in Kahului by Slier iff Saffery
and officer Soqueira and charge!
with gambling. In making the arrest
two men jumped through a w'ndow
onto the ground and ascaped. Eighty
dollars was put up as bail whild the
thirty two Dollars and fifty cents
was secured iu the room.
C. R. Demerit of Honolulu w as in
town this week from the met rop'ilw
Rev. Raker of Kona 11 iw; ii was in
town J iii'dw. Mi' wiiM it riccaiv
f Doctor U ijrcrs tin c ye specialist.
Some months no he u'al hs wife
were thrown from their carnae" anil
ach sust aiiu-d set iou-i iijuiies The
irri) of Mrs Baker w.t biokeu and
er shoulder '1W1 'Call d whre her hus-
itid sustained serious injiuirs to
one of his eyes which it is (eared wi I
p' ove to be permanent .
Harold Hayseldon the tobacco
dealer of Honolulu is iu town.
B. Waggoner of H. H-ickfcld is
still in town.
W.G.Scott of I'aia was in town
Wednesday. He and his family will
go to the rubber lauds oi iahiuu
this week and remain there some
two or three weeks. Mr. Scott has
vcr twelve thousand trees growing
on his hand there.
Judge Kalua and M. P. Wauvniole
went to Lahaina Wednesday to at
tend the annual convention of the
Maui Sunday schools.
Rev. and Mrs. Dr. A. S. Raker
have been spending a few days with
Rev. and Mrs. Dodge. Dr. Raker
s beeu urdor the treatment of Dr.
icgers ot Uonoiulu who is now on
Rev. John E. Dodge has been pay
ing a visit the last tew davs to the
rubber plantation at Na-hiku.
Mr. O. If. Guliek of Honolulu and
Irs. S. L. Austin ot Nahiku are
visit iiij? friends in anuku.
Rev. E. B, Turner, the pastor of
Makawao Foreign Chin ch will speak
at the Wailuku Union Church Sunday
evenin, September at i..iu upon
the subject. "Palestine as it is to
lay." Mr. Turner I as recently re
turned from Palestine, which he
isited when on a trip to the World
Sundav School convention held at
"Rev." Lono is around again.
Mrs. Helen Murray returned to her
home in Uonoiulu Wednesday. She has
beeu visiting friends at Puuneuc- and
Judge and Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai in
H. II. Hagedorn, the t raveling man
for Walerhouse and Lester, of San
Francisco has bei u tilling orders for
blacksmith and wagon makers mai
George Minor went to Honolulu
Peter Noa Kahokuoluca was one of
the delegates to the Sunday school
convention in Lahaina this week.
C. D. Lufkin the cashier of the
First National Bank of Wailuku left
Wednebday for St. Paul Minesota
where ho will join Mrs. Lufkin and
later visit his mother and remain
there until alter Christmas. He and
Mrs. Lufkin will return to Wailuku
D. B. Murdock left Kahului Wed
nesday on the Nevadan for Makaweli
Kauai where he will audit the books
of Wie Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Tax Asses or W. T. P.ubinsou went
to Honolulu Wednesduv on private
business. He expects to return in a
Young Tung, a merchant of Wai
luku went to Honolulu this week.
Mrs. R. E. Mist, and daughter
returned to Honolulu Wednesday.
They have been enjoying the delight
ful climate ani scenery ot the slopes
T. A. Burinningham of Hall &. Son
is on Maui this week.
Dr. Carey made a flying trip to
Honolulu Monday and returned Tues
dar. Antone do Rego has started an ex
press and drayage business in Wai
luku. He is now ready to take con
tracts for hauling. Office at the
Quern's Lodging House, Main street.
SPARK-Sunday September 15, 1907
To Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sparks of
Kihei Maui, Twin Daughters.
VETLESEN Sunday September 15,
Rti)7. To Mr. and Mrs. Yetle A.
Yetlesen, a sou.
SILYA - September 17'h, at Kihei,
Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Silva of Kihei, Maui. Aged
ORDINANCE NU.MI'.LR ! BRING
A N ORDINANCE AMENDING
SRCTION 4. OP ORDINANCE
N 1 J i 1 ? K I ; 4 , P A SSER H V T ! i E
HOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
APRIL 4, liltKi.
liK IT ORDAINED by the Foard
of Supervisors within and for l he
Count v of Maui:
S. c tion 1. Section 4 of Ordinance
number I, passed by this Hoard of
Supervisors on April 4th 1!HM! is
hereby ameneded to read as follows:
"Section 4. Every person who
shall violate any of the provisions of
this ordinance shall, upon conviction
thereof be lined in a sum not less
than 100.00 nor more than $,")U0.00,
together with the cost of Court; and,
iu the event of default of payment of
such fine and costs shall be imprison
ed until the same shall have been
discharged by operation of the gen
eral laws applicable to such cases."
Section 2. This Ordinance shall
take effect from and after being post
ed upon a bulletin board in front of
or near the rooms occupied by the
Hoard of Supervisors, and its publi
cation once a week for a period of 2
consecutive weeks iu a newspaper of
genet al eircu'ation published at the
County seat, a'l as required by Or
dinance number 2 of this County.
Board of Supervisors in and for the
County of Maui.
By (Signed.) W. HENNING,
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had
ind vote taken, was passed by the
Board of Supervisors of Maui County
on the 12th day of September l!Ki7 at
their regular monthly meeting held
in Wailuku. M.iui.
W.m. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
County of Maui.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
S LCON D CI RCC IT, T fc.ERITORY
At Chambers In ProLate.
In the matter of the Estate of B.
K. KAIWIAEA, late of liana, Maui,
Order of Notice of Ileaiing Pet
ition for Administration.
On Reading and riding the Pet ition
of Meinert II. Reuter, of-IIana, Maui,
alleging that B. K. Kaiwiaeaof liana,
Maui, d!ed intestate at Hatia, Maui,
on the 25th day of February, A. D.
1905, leaving property' in the Hawa
iian Islands necessary to be adminis.
tered upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration istue to suitable
It is Ordered that Thursday, the
24th day of October, A. D. 1907, at
10 o'clock A.M., be and hereby is
appointed for hcarhig said Petition
in the Court Ro,in of this Court at
Lahaina, Maui, in ease, sud.Court be
then holding Court there, otherwise
,at Wailuku, Maui, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear afid show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this order
be published iu the English language
for three successive weeks in tLe
"Maui News," a weekly uewspaper
printed cud published in Wailuku,
Maui, the last publication to be not
less tffan 10 days previous to the
time therein appointed for- hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Septeui'
ber 20, 1907.
(Signed) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit .Court of the
(Seal.) (Sd.) Edmund II. Hart.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
September 21, 23. Oct. 5, J2.
One black mare, with white spot
on forehead, both hind and one front
leg white, short tail and branded
M. R. Has been missing since Sep
tember 10, 1H07.
Ficder please return to Frank
Cambra, Puuner.e aud receive re
Sept. 21, 2-s, Oct. 5.
NOTICE OF POWER OF AT
TORNEY. No tic? is hereby given that, during
my absence from the Territory of
Hawaii, D. H. Case of Wailuku, Maui,
will act as my attorney in fact,
t.f. CHARLES D. LUFKIN.
During the coming. week
we will sell at sacrifice
prices all remnants of Dry
Goods, Ribbons, Laces,
slightly tarnished Hard
ware, Tinware, Novelties,
broken sets of dishes, odd
pieces of Glassware, Hats,
Caps and many other art
icles too numerous to men
tion. These bargains yon can
not afford to miss.
Open Saturday Evenings.