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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1907
The Maui Shinhun, the Japanese
news paper is t.i r oldest ami hesl for
advci Using; purp isi n n: m tr the .Tap
N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. lvlilor and inutiairc'i-
The (Juecn findging hcusr of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean h"dV, 50 cents iei night
A. 1) K'-eo, Propri. toi .
K. A. Watson lias resigned his
position wiih the Maui Agricultural !
tympany and wiil leave -.oon for Ho I
nolulu. He has proven hunseif a ,
capable man b. t. his resignation was
made necessary on account of tin
protracted illness of his wife.
When vour clothing needs cleaning j
see T. Murakami of Market stree'.
The Cremo is the test . r eel cigar
in the market. Ask your ci.ar
dealer for ore. You'll lik it.
The building for the .Japanese
kindergarten is about completed. It
is built on a tract of land recently
purchased by the Hawaiian Board of
Missions from Mrs. J. W. Kalua in th.
center of town.
Jude A. N. Kejjoikai is having a
new stable erected in the rear of his
residence. He is co-item plating the
erection of a new residence on the
site now occupied by him.
The Board of License Commission
ers met Tuesday.
The Supervisors will hold their
monthly meeting next week.
The Steim Laundry will toon be
You can get 10 ren's per pound
for chili peeper - by "''l; to
J. Osvvold LuheJ, Honolulu.
hload building is proe.-essieg satis
factorily. The product of the K nil akalua
Wine & Liquor-Coinpa. y is an ex
cellent Wine. Hume your order to
the Maui Wine & Liquor Company.
There are but a few shares of tin
Hawaiian-American Rubber Com
pany yet on the market. Shares in
some of the other Companion are not
to 'e had at any price. P ace your
orders with J. M. Vivas before it is
too late. No interes t will be charged
on deferred payments.,
Mrs. M. II. I'ereira and child re
turned from a visit to re'atives in
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
11. E. Hendricks of the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument Works of
Honolulu is on Maui this week solicit
ing orderes for his linn.
II. 13. Penliallow and family went
to Honolulu this week by the Clau
dine. It is the intention of Mrs.
Penliallow to visit her mother in
California where she andlhe children
will remain for a few months. Mr.
Penhallow expects to return today.
Mr. Cardinal, who has b. en in the
employ of the Kahului Store has re
signed his position.
F. H. Hayselden has been visiting
his daughter Mrs. Wescoatt of Puu
nene for some tune and left Wed ;es
day for a visit to Molokai.
Hugh Howell, the County Engineer
returned from Kahiku Wednesday
and is more entl usiastie over the
prospects of rubber than ever. He
took the Claudine by the last boat
t'ne same day for Honolulu but had
not gotten far when tl e boat was re
called to take Lis dress suit case.
While the boat was returning his
friends proceeded to have consider
able fun at his expense on account of
W. W. Wescoatt and family of
Puunene left Wednesday for an out
ing on Molokai. Mr. Wescoatt ex
pects to enjoy hunting while there.
Judge Yeats of Hawaii left on the
C I aud i ue WediiiTd ay f o r H o n o ! .. 1 u .
He has been cn a visit to his daughter,
Mrs. S. Ki'hinoi.
Henry Rcuterof Hana came over
on the Clauiiine Wednesday.
Mrs. Cuy Owens of Hoe.o'uhi re
turned to her home Wednesday. She
lias been on a visit to her sifter, Mis.
Louglier of Puunene.
Doctor Moore the oculist returned
to Honolulu Wrdr.ef-d.iy.
Manager C. U. Wells returned from
Sau Franiseo Tuesday evening. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Wells who
has been in an extend 'd trip to the
best of health.
Weils reluiTx in the
Miiil Hotel h.is New Proprietor.
On October 1st V A. Mavlicld tonfc
rhnrge of the Maui Hotel as its pro
ni'ieior. The evpi.t v';,s celebrated
bv u dinner to lire,. 1 1 1 ; ri , t f of
'liV unaniinoiis voi. ,J. li. Coke wus
( hos ui toast in. i st cr ed called en
many of the giif .-.1s to respond to ap
propriate tonts uhirh wre ione in
'nauper ere.lihle ?n t:i msclvs ami
showed t'ne rood feeling of llie guevts
j toward the popular proprietor.
I In proposing a toast. !. tlm Maui
Hot 1 he reviewed the
FJ itci from the time
hisloi v of the
a iiiiinber of
ded to pro
ci'izens of Wailuku dee
vide more amp'e accori..undutions
for tin"? traveling pu'riie and i rgatiiz
ed the company which cuiit thu hotel
down to the present time.
The merriment v:-.s kepi up until
a late liner. Mr. Mayti.-ld has been a
popular manager of the holel and
will donb: !es do wi d proprietor
ai il Manager.
Kaliu'ui to the front.
The plan tr build 'he town of Ka-
hieiii on new iicrsha" been definitely
leciiied upon aud work on the recon
struction of '.he town is progressing
Buildings have been removed and
Puunene Avenue now extends to the
sea, Puunene stables have been torn
down and the new building for 1 lie
stables is being erected. T'ne New
Kal.u'.ui Saloon has been ti oved man
k:i to tlie street line where other new
buildings have recenti be tu erected.
A large two story building has just
been completed that i- known at the
K agawa Restaurant. A building will
soon be erected bet ween the Knga'.va
Restaurant and the Kahului Harness
Factory that will fie used us a billiard
The matter ef dredging the harbor
will be completed in about two
months. The improvement to the
harbor will be of gieat value to navi
gation aud facilitate the handling of
freight and at the same lime make
K ihului tlie most popular point for
passengers to arrive anil depart.
The new tug Hilo is nr w in com
mission and is doing the work former
ly done ly tlie Leslie Baldwin. The
name of tlie new tug wi1! lie changed
to the "American Gil 1."
The Leslie Baldwin will be put on
the dry dock and will undergo
The Kahului Railroad Company
has recently pet into commission a
new locomotive trat is satisfactory
in every way. It was Luiit by the
Baldwin Locomotive Works.
The beach lots havr all been staked
out and are open for inspection. The
plan is to Kill long term paid up
leases of the same instead of alienat
ing the property.
The new yacht of Superintendent J.
N. S: Wi.liums will be re namrd the
Wild Swan and will be the beginning
of interesting yaclitiig i . the harbor,
Murdered by (Ijmbfer.v
On Mctul-iv Viiin i .i, v j-i panes
was attacked bv fourteen C!;i, ese of
Paul with whom he vas i.ariblini
and was so severely h itiren that he
lied tlie t he same ni;:',' f .
Dnruu; ll.e ;.in , : disp ite arose
n,il 4 fight i-nsu-'.l. hi ti.e game
were lour ja pence ai.o tour tern
Cliinmnen. Yauui'i wu-. knocked
down ami s'abbed jiii.e stomach
and nhdnmeu mai.v 'ii:;es bv a Thina
man wiio was in tie- game.
II? later walked horn-' and notions.'
was said about hi i"jui until late
that evening when lie com phiiiK'd of
being worse and sent for a Japanese
doctor of Pai.i. The iioi lor did lot
come anei during '.in i.iiii ne neeanie
much worse and died.
Tlie i o'.icc were rot i.otilied until
the Chinamen had tin e to make t!:eir
escape 1 wo a ere- is
been made sine e ur.d
babl V folio .v.
i will pro
.t d in tin
Those ;.rre-,tt d it -Wuiluku
J'oliU (1 , Wo,
ad li essed the u.ei
Church Jlid otiiel'
Tiiis was hi- ;i 1 1
-.t OIUnl' .Ol.l.-t
of l!,e ,'ni'ill
lcliu and a inunlier of persons in
tercsted in the li pior hi. sirens al
tended out of curiosity,
Mr. Wooley proved to he an in
teresting, talker and t HI u.aey funny
lie i in the employ of the Auti-
.Salooij League w hich has for
'scope the entire Territory.
IX TI1I0 CIBCUITCOBRT OF TUB
S K C( t X C 1 1 JCTJ I T. TIM : I II TO 1 : '
O''" 1 1 A W Ml.
At Chnmhei s- In Pr.f.ate
In t:,e matter of the Kst n t,. of ;
K. KAIW1ABA, la tool' U.ina. M.iui.
Order of Xoti'ce ef Bearing Pet
itinn f-.r Aduiinist ration.
On Reading and Filling the Petition
of Meinert H. Renter, of Flana, Maui.
alieiMiigth.il B fC. K.iiwiaea of liana,
ei.ou, o eo iniesiare ut liana, .;ii,i,
on tlie 2.")th day t f February. A. I) (
1!Hi."i, leaving property in the llaim- !
iian Islands neeesary to be mlniini-.
tered upon, ;ind praying that Letters'
e)f Administration Ny.ne to smtnolel
It is Ordered Unit Thursday, ihe
2fth day of October, A 1) l!ll7, at
lb o'clock A. M., be and hertbv
appointed for hear'ng said Petition
in tlie Court. R,. in of this Court at j
ij..tiama, .Maui, in case, said Court, be
then holding Court there, otherwise
at Wailuku, Maui, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appc ar and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this order
be published in the Knglish language
for three successive weeks in the
"Mapi Nkws," a weekly newspaper
printed t.nd publfthed in Wailuku.
Maui, the last publication to not
less than 10 days previous to the
time therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at, Waiiukn, Maui, S''pteim
ber 20, ;!IU7.
(Signed) A. X. KKPOIKAI.
Judge of the Circuit, Court of the
2nd Cii cuit.
(Seal) (Sd.) Fpvitni. 1 1. Haiit.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, i.r the
September 21, 2S. Oct. 5, 12.
NO I'ICII TO CRtiDI l OliS.
In the matter of the F.s'ute of
George Cockett, late of Kula, Ma.r,
Xotice is lieriTiy given t the
undersigned was, on the 2i d. day eif
September, 11107. duly appointed'
Administrator of the Kstate of
G,!oige Cockett, late of Kula, M u.i,
! decmised, and all persons li.ivino
claims against said Kstate or said
Dece ased are hereby notified to pre
sent the same with the preipor vou
chers, if any exists, to tlie undersign
ed at the oflice of his attorney, James
L. Coke, at Wuiluku, Maui, Territory
of Hawrii, even if such claims are
secured by mortgage on RealBstat?,
within Six Months from tlie dale of
the first publication of this notice.
All claims not so presented Will be
fort ver barred.
Dated at Wailuku, September 12,
PATRICK COCK BIT,
Administrator of the Kstate of
Ceorge Co-kett, late of Kula, Maui,
Sept. U, 21, 2S, Oct. 5, 12.
Pound Master's Description of
lisirays and Notice o ,
Sale Thereof. !
On tfie2.")lh day of September 10o7,
upon a written applicatieui the
ai'iim.ls i.ereinhelow i.iore fully des
cribed were impounded end register - '
ed as e, trays at the County Pound,
loc.ni'd at J-.aiua lAina D:sir;et o!
Wailuk 1, County f.f M.mi, the run. tier,
description, anel brand of wl.icli
e.-trays arc u follows: .
One bay horse (aged) white sto':ki
ii.gs on liiud legs, braiuled wph t.o
Chinese Che.rae-ters with lirst peiow
the latter on right hi. id leg.
Xoti.-e is hereby give:: liil if the
owner i f taid extra's does not, o,i or
befoi e Ihe day and t;e hour hei ein
below iieil for Ihe sal" thereof, make
claim i!.erel(i, nnd ako pay all pouutl
fees, eharges ed advertising r.ud noti
fying', damages due aud evi-en-es .f
ifiiving, e-ouiiei-teel and having to elo
with Ifje im pounding of .-..nil iiniinal.-,
! he s ui. e wnl be -old I public a. ct :jn
'. i the highest bidder, al the Coiinlv
Pound, located at K ilnu Di-in 1 o!
(' inn! y of . td. , i. "-a t ui d.i V
day of t).'tolr-r J'.'oT, ..' !
.0011. ;.l, l,y i:nv rrqi.ii .1
NOT A I? ICS PUI1LIC.
KD.MU.N'D 11. UAi:i'
NeiTAKV I'tlil.H', CoNVKVANeUl ASH
AiihM loll KANT M.MIUlAi.K l.U'KXsiS
Oflice, Circuit Court, -nd Circuit.
ti 5 j f i. ts 4 ?
till I I i A
."-i-f -O-.iv - i v:
skein, 90c. per
ROLL TOP DESKS on hand at all
times. $25.00 upward.
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LADIES' SWEATERS, new and nobby
riykut ali colors. $2,50 upward.
tUbfii il-CKY HOiS
sizes except Couching, 3c. per skein,
Postage, Ic. per ifoz. extra. Couching -
dozen. Postage, 4c. per dozen
C- Ptor.erlyscL-ctcJ Wall F'apcrs
will add mote than all else to the
I'.irmomous furnishing of a home
l e it a mansion or cottage evet so
ij Mate your selections from
iW WaU Papen for 1907.
fj Eve rytliing in Wall Paper horn
t!.e cl.cape.t tl;at's gooj to the
le:t that's made.
j Any style, any quality, at any
price to fu;t any pocket book.
Samples ili.jwn and eitimates
tlievrii!!y furnLl.cd without obliyji-
, 8c. per
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t 'ui li id
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