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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS
J. C. Austin, miinni'pr of the Ha
The Maui Sliinbnn, the Japanese
news paper is tl e oHest ami best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
nn'se. X. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Kriitor and mnniu'er
The Queen fiodirinu hi use of Win
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean bails' 50 cvnts per niiflit
A D" H"ifo, I'ropi ictot .
Small quantities of f-nsli irrupes
were shipped, uy Uie Miterprise,
to San Francisco early in
month of June. They arrived in
eel condition and when there
were no trapes in the Coast city
iriirket. There whs no intention to
test their value, the experiment
Rimply being between friends yet it
allowed a possibility of success on a
larger scale. Trans-P.icifie Trade,
The Women's Aid Sot icty of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. H. Tflfro on Tuesday aflernnon
Oct.. 1st at 3 p. in.
Auction of Shoes this A. M. at the
Chinese Lodge Hui'.-Jini;.
Hon. John G. Wooley, l!;e greatest
li vinj; authority and attorney on
liquor legislation, and one of best
known speakers in the world, will
speak at the Foreign Pro.stestan
Church of Makawao next Sunday
morning, Sept. 2'Jth, at tie Kahului
Church at 3.30 in the afternoon and
at the Wailuku Union Church Sunday
evening at 7.30 P. M. His general
fropic for Sunday will bo "Good citi
zenship, especially as related to the
Rev. E. B. Turner spoke last Tues
day evening to the boys at Lahaiua
hum upon his ncent trip ar .uud the
Hon. ai.d Mrs. J' hn (J. Wooley
have been visititij.' Principal and Mrs.
C. A. M'icDonald. On Sundty even
ing Mrs. Wooley spoke to the hoys
upon "Character Uuliding."
r The painting of the new Wailuku
Coui t house is being figured in by J.
A. Harris of Kahului while W. J.
.Moody is figuring on doing the sash
The tiflieth anniversary of the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Baldwin
of Haiku will be celebrated on Octo
ber the seventh. Invitations are out
for the anniversary.
One of the twin children of Mr.
aud Mrs. V. A. Spares of Kihei died
Tuesday of jaundice. Much sympathy
was felt for the bereaved parents at
the loss of the cldld. The funeral
services were couducted by Rev. W.
The Maui Publishing Company has
erected a neat stockroom in the rear
of the main building.
The excussiou to the rubber lands
of Nahiku on the llth of October
should bu made by all who can get
away for a day. Rubber will be one
of the greatest boons to the Terri
tory and all who can should make the
Last Wednesday evening a dinner
was given by Mr, T. Hurlem to a
number of friends at his home in
honor of Mrs. Burleni's b'rtliday.
Card games were enjoyed during the
remainder of the evening.
The Maui Soda and Ice Works has
installed some new and up to date
machinery by which orders can be
filled much more qux-kly than in the
past. This wes made, necessary by
the steadily increasing business
waiian American Rubber Company
of Xahiku was in town i1 i week.
Fie reports the eiiltli'Mn prevaili lg
in Xahiku are etx'ouiai'itii' to the
rublier if rowers an.l Hint maiiv acr s
of new lands are being set out to
Word ha been received here f
the d.'ath in Tn.-oma Washinv Inn of
Captai i Ja iip':ell wf the ship Kinross.
His death occurred on July :'.i. He
was well known here inl l a 1 in ide
inn y tr igs to lie ir.in ' whel lie
had many fi ii n is.
S. Hocking v en l to Honolulu this
week to see his brother who whl
eav soon for t lie Orient to rem.iin
five or more years Senator Hocking
lias been at the heal oi' die Honolulu
Brewing and Malting ('ouii.au,' from
its the time it u,i.s orya ai7."d and has
made it a success in evpry way.
Rev. J. Nua returned from Lahai-
tia Tuesday where lie has been in
attendance nt the conference.
Hon. TI. P. B.ikiwin re'urned from
Honolulu Tuesi'av evening.
John Roclneiies came up from
Honolulu Tuesday to begin the, con
struction of the Wailuku Court home.
He is associated with Mr. A. P.
McDonald who lias the contract for
the construction of the building.
Mrs. D. H. Case has so far recover
ed from her recent operation for ap
pendicitis that she is able to wall: out
on the streets on pleasant days.
George L. Keeuey and E. F.
Deiuert made Wailuku a call Thurs
day evening. They come over in their
Mr. E A Wilson of Hainakuapoko
was a Wailuku caller this week.
Paul Bell of Kihei has resigned and
will join Mr. James Scott in Formosa
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sparks of
Kihei Maui wish to express their
heartfelt appreciation to their
friends who ussisted tlieiu in their
Notice is hereby given that the
product of our Company known as
'Kaupakalua wine' will be handled for
the present by the Maui Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. where the same can
be obtained at the same price as at
the factory. Initial shipment will be
ready for sale the latter part of next
Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd
SPARKS: Infant daughter of Mr
aud Mrs. W. A. Sparks at Wailuku
Maui age teu days.
A Surprise Party.
On the return of Tax Assessor W.
T. Robinson Tuesday evening from
Honolulu he was given a surprise
party by about twenty live of his
friends wl o were at his residence to
meet him on his return. The evening
was Mr. iiobinsons fortieth birth dav.
The guests spent the evening in
song and story telling until the hacks
began to re.lurn when they turned
down the lights and gathered about
the piano. The house was in total
darkness and Mr. Robinson was in
ignorance of any one in the hcuse
other than the members of his fami'y
until he stepped in when with one
occord the piano and a score of voices
proclaimed "He's A Jolly Good, Fel
low" to the great sui pi ise of the host
who lost no time in provi ig the sen
tinents expressed as strictly true.
A feast hstt been prepared by Mrs.
Robinson assisted by Mrs. T. B.
Lyons that was tiiurouehly e ljoyed
J. X. K. Keola act -d as toast
master 'and called on each of the
guests to respond to a ppropriate
subjects which they nil did.
It was past midnight when the
guest departed and it is s:;fo to say
that the expressions of good wishes
were never more gen nine than they
were on that occ si jr.. .
Rubber Stock for Sale
Rubber Co., Ltd.
A limited number of shares of the
above company are for sale at par.
l$50 per share), if applied for to the
The purchaser will have the option
of either paying cash for the shares
or 20 per cent cash and 5 per cent
in monthly installments, with interest.
The oflicet's and directors of the
company are the following gentlemen:
Wm. Williamson, Presidont; Hugh
Howell, Vice-President; Geo. G.
Cooke, Treasurer; F. A. Alexander,
Secretary; C. D. Lufkin, Director.
J. M. VIVAS,
Wailuku, Sept. 2rf, l'JOS.
IX THE CI RCUITCOURT OF TH F.
SECON H CI r;CU IT, TERRITORY
At Chambers- n Probate.
:,e ill t l.i r of the Ei !le o' I!
K. KA1W1AF.A, late of Hana, Maui,
Order of Xotire of Hearing Pet
ilion f-ir Admi'iist ration.
On Reading and Filling the Pet ition
of Meli i rt II. Renter, of Hana, M mi.
alleging that 15 K. Kaiwiaeu of Hana.
Maui, d'ed ii, testate at Hana, M ini.
on th' 25) !i day if February,. A. D
1 !!()."), leaving propertj in the llawn
iian fs'ai ds necessary to be nduiinis,
terec! upon, and praying that Lei ters
of Administration issue to suitable
It is Ordered that Thursday, the
24th day of October, A. D. 11107, at
10 o'clock A.M., be and lierr-bs is
appointed for hear'ng said Petition
in the Court Room of this Court at
Liihaina, Maui, incase, s.nd Court be
then holding Court there, otherwise
at Wailuku, Maui, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted, nnd that no ice of this order
be published in the English language
for three successive weeks in the
"Maui News " a weekly newspaper
printed and published in Wailuku.
Maui, the last publication to be not
less than 10 days previous to the
time therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Septem
ber 20, :007.
(Signed) A.X. KEPOIK'AI,
Judge of the Circuit Court o' the
(Seal.) (Sd.) Ed.mu.vd II. IIaut.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
September 21, 28. Oct. 5, )2.
SEQUEIRA:-To the wife of Manuel
Sequeira at Kahului Maui Septem
ber 20iW 1H07, a 11 pound son.
MAYFIEL1). In Wailuku, Maui,
September 22nd, 1107, to the wife
of Mr. F. A. Mayfield, a daughter.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHR
SECOXD CIRCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
.In the Matter of the Estate of P.
KEALIIPOIXA, late of Kaanapali,
Order for Xotiee of Hearing Pet
ition for Pro'jate of Will.
Documents purporting to lie the
Last Will and Testament of P. Kea
liipoina, late of Kaanapali, Maui,
deceased, having on the 30th day of
August, A. I). 1907 been presented
to said Probate Court, and a Petition
for the Probate thereof, and for the
Issuance of Letters Testamentary to
Joseph F. Welch, having been filed
by Joseph F. Welch.
,It is hereby Ordered, that Friday,
the llth day of October, A. D. 1907
at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day, at
the Court Room of said Court, at
Lahaiua, Maui, be aud the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for proving said Will ui.d hearirg
It is Fi.rther Ordered, That notice
thereof be given, by publication once
a week for three successive weeks, in
the "Maui Xkws," a weeklv 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 time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Septem
ber 2nd, 1007.
(Signed) A. X. KEPOIKAI,
Judge 2nd Circuit Court.
(Seal) (Sd.) EiiMi ND H. IIabt,
Sept. 7, It, 21, 2S.
One black mare, with white spot
on forehead, both bind and one front
leg white, short tail and branded
M. R. Has been missing since Sep
tember 10, l'J07.
Finder please return to Frank
Cambra, Puunene and receive re
Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 5.
XOTICE OF POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Notice 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.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
WAitutu, Maui, T. H.
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Bread that is lightest, rolls thit are daintiest. Wfii
! rusk aud cake the cboice.-t, pics that vould Jftyv
fsSi please a dyspeptic, and pastry that melts in your
)S?!?ftji mouth they all coiue out of the same barrel oi&Jptfy!
I'l iTiGold Medal Flour. The best of everything BlilWW
because the best flour in the world without
exception aud without doubt, is
It's the strongest flour made. It makes more
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Dreaa, ana ueuer, iiiau any uiuci uuui, aim it o
uniform. F.vcry pound of the 6,ooo,ooo barrels
every year is guaranteed.
KHl WASHBURS-CROSBY CO., Minneapolis, Minn. iS
5 ' '1
Price:; frnin $2.50
REFRIGERATORS at S15.C0 each
9 Briri sraH r.nflis
-rm. Hfc w-' iA 4Wt.l Jt.irtl iA Si. -fl
Everything must be sold on this
counter and it's your chance to
Ji vein ii irs.