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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1907
The Maui Shinbnn, the Japanese
news paper 1st' p oldest awl beet for
advertising purposes nrr.oni? thc.Tnp
N. K OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and mnniu'cr.
The Queen rf(U'inj; hi us" of Wni
luku has now rrnm, new furniture,
clpan b"ds, 50 cents per nijhl.
A. D.i Retro. Proprirtrn
The Wompn's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. P. T)ode on Tuesday afternoon
Oct. lath at 3 p m.
The list of officprsof theMnni Land
Co., Ltd. elected at thecnnunl meet
)inj of the company is published in
another columti in this issue.
A. Rnos has had hi store repaired
The streets of Wailuku have been
cleaned and the prass cut from the
side of the simc.
There seems tp-bea delay in befjin
lug the work of the Wailuku Court
House. The disposition here on the
part of a few to make all possible out
of th( contractor .may result in hold
ing up the work in which case bids
may be readvirtised.
Attorney J. M. Vivas and A. Enos
celebrated their birthdays Monday
by giving a luau to a number of their
friends up Iao valley. The luau was
one of the best ever served in Wailu
ku and vai thoroughly enjoyed by all
Winter League Opens Sojitson.
The winter league lusrba'l season
opened Sunday -t Well-; I'arV w'.ui a good
The fust game of the M-.iir.n wms be
tween the Healanis and Yai'i.apu's aud
was a good game and inteicstiu;; from the
first. The game resii ilea in favi.r of the
Waikapu team in a score ui four to three.
The second game was played between
the Stars and the Kahului's. Kvery one
thought the game would be a close one
but contrary to expectations there were a
great many errors on the part of the home
team and few on the part of the visitors
and as a consequence the Kahului's won
out in a score of eleven to six.
It was late in the game that Dun l'oki
pala was asked to yo into the field in or
dery to relieve young Oliveira whose wild
playing had contributed much toward
the defeat of the home team. Bento also
relieved Johny Garcia who seemed to be
unable to do his usual good pitching and
from the time the changes were made the
home team gained steadily but were too
far in the rear to win the game.
It is very much to be regretted that a
few hoodleums made themselves extre
mely obnoxious during the last game and
used language too vulgar and profane to
be printable. Most of these fellows were
not playing on either side at the time aud
it would seeni that they had no interest
in either team hut they continued their
rowdyism during the game and directed
all of their villiany toward the visiting
The Kahului hoys and most of the
Stas conducted themselves in a manner
that cannot be adversely criticised. They
played ball of all they were worth and
conducted themselves as gentlemen and
clean sportsmen. Better supervison over
the players must be had however if the
league is to continue in existence for if
there is a repetition of what occurred
there last Sunday the attendance will go
down to the minimum.
James Hattie, the Captain of the Kahu
lui team has addressed a letter to the
captaius of the other teams protesting
against the conduct of certain players on
the grounds last Sunday aud notifying
the teams of the withdrawal of his team
unless he can be assured of better conduct
and treatment in future.
Dr. Boote has resigned as umpire for
the season as a result of the conduct at
A tiiitluT matter that is of interest to
the success of the league and equally im
uortant to the Wailuku Sugar Company
is the fact that between one hundred and
fifty and two hundred persons came
through the cane fields and remained
either in the cane or in the edge of it
iltil watt-hinir the name in order to beat
the Association out of the entrance fee
It is reported that some of the young
cane was damaged by tiiese Rulers.
Maui No Ka Oi.
The truth of the ubove phrase
may be Kubstantiale.l by giving
Maui's own product a trial.
Kaupakalua Wine in any quan
tity from a bottle up.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.,
Sole Agents. ' . i
Dr. Frear the dentist arrived in
Waiiuku Monday from H iwail by the
M.iuna Loa. lie was j lined the
following evciiiii!,' by Mrs. Frear ft-ho
cumo up from Honolulu by thn Kinau
The Dictoi- and Mrs. Frear went to
Puunene' Thursday anj will be on
M.uii for a few days.
Fathers Maxiinin Edward ond
FniM'W left for Honolulu Wednesday.
Miguel IVressu and family -.vent to
Honolulu this week to spend c two
weeks vacation in the metropolis.
Ikua Kalakaua took Joe Decker to
Honolulu this week to place him in
the Insane Asylum. The young man
has been confined hi the asylum sev
eral time in the past and it is believed
his mental condition is the result of
injuries received some years ago
Mrs. Elmim M. Johnson of Maka
wao went to Honolulu this week to
nure her son who is quite ill.
F. E. Richardson was a returning
passenger to the metropolis this
R.N. Corbaley of the Kahului Rail
road Company was a passenger to
Honolulu this week-.
E. A. Peck of Makawao was in
W. Peterson of the Honolulu Iron
Works is ou Maui this week buying
G. N. Muyer of the Standard Oil
Company made Wailuku a visit
Saturday. He was accompanied by
H. Fletchet, Hie auditor of the Com
pany. They will visit the Volcano
before their return to Honolulu.
E. R. lleiniry, the Ui.ited Scales
Marshal, paid Maui a visit Saturday
and subpoenad several residents as
R. C. S'iirle was j,, Waiiuku
Fridav from flonolua.
Mis Cunui ingv went to Honolulu
this wek to nt tend school.
M. P. Iliie is expect to arrive h
Wailuku toda fie i.s a civil cn-in i r
Hid is i sv i; l a.i t l i he Liyhi, House
Professor VV. 1). A, inuh r return
ed to Honolulu ti is week bv the
Miss Dai.i' id wviit t
Week to UU-uU scho-'l
W 3. Co-lm i- no
no as liiterpre-
I'or the ('in';.i! Ci urt in Luhaina.
E. A Wn'.s n left Msu.i Wednesday
for Honolulu where I will make bis
Sam Kin, akat. in is in W.-.iiuku this
Forester Hosnier l,.is 1 ecu on Maui
some days and will a' tend the annual
c invention of the Rubi er Growers
ssociation to be held today in
Miss Robii:son was a passenger to
Honolulu this w ee k.
W. F. J. D.il" went to Honolulu
Charles V.'. IjuUi in mid E. D.
fluid win returned to llono'ulu Tues
day. They had been in ?i tendance
at the trolden weiMii,,
J. JJ. kunamu and H. M. Ruiter
came down from Hni a on the Clau
dine Wt-dnesdav on their way to
Guild will Hold Concept and
The Woman Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold
concert and hi'zaur on the evening of
November 3i)t!i at the Alexand
The muMcal programme will be
under the irecti"n of Ri'v. Win.
Aull and promises to be good.
The ladies of the Guild have ready
a large number of beautiful fancy
ariichs. also poi.tid palms and vari
ous plants for sale.
Refi e'-.hments will be served after
The grab boxes will contahi every
thing to lid the childri-ns hearts ftith
Tram acioinuiiihitioDs wi
vei tised later.
EDMUND H. HART
NoTAKV PUBI.IO, CoN VEVASCKtt AM)
Auent to Grant Makkiaoe Licenses
Office, Circuit Court, 2ud Circuit.
TENDERS FOR STEEL BRIDGES.
Seah'd proposal will be received
bv the Hoard of Supervisors, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, up to 2
P. M. on Wednesday. Dec. 11. 1!NI
for supplying the County of Maui
with three steel bridges in accor
dance with specifications on file in
the office of said Hoard.
Copies of specifications may be ob
tained of the undersigned at his office
in Wailuku County of Maui, T. TI.
The Hoard reserves the right to
reject any or ail bids.
Sgd. W. F. KAaE,
Section 25t( of the Revised Lav
of Hawaii provides:
"Every corpora ion not eleemosy
nary, religious, literary of educational
shall annually present a full and
accurate exhibit of the state of its
affairs to the Treasurer at such times
as the Treasurer shall direct."
Notice is hereby given to all cor
porations other than tho:e referred
to above who have not filed their
annual exhibits for the years ending
December 31, 1!K)5 and 100 to file
them in the office of the Treasurer of
the Territory on or before the 15th
day of November 1907.
HENRY C. HAPAI, '
Registar of Public Accounts.
Treasurer's Office, T. II., Honolulu,
Oct 3 19(17.
Oct. 12, 19.
Tl ere will l-e a special meeting ,,f
stockholders ol the Kaupal.aloa Wine
& Liquor Co. -Ltd. at. the Wini-rv,
K.tupakalua, Maui, on Saturday
October 23th, 11)07. at 3 P.M. for the
purpose of eoii.-idi'i-;i.; ti e i-.diption
if New Hy Laws, and the advi -a'ili ' y
of ircrensifijf i:s capital stock '
.1 . f!v HCl A .
Secretary Kuutiikalu.i Win- &
I .:quoi- Co. Ltd.
The rrmiiar ii'uarleelv nveiing of
stockhold'.-is of the Maui Win" &
Liquor Co. L'd wi'l t)e lit I I at. the'
office of t!m Company, cn Wednesday, I
Oetoocr Hiili, 1907. at 7 30 I'. M. !
J. GARCIA, j
Si'ci etarv Maui Wine & Liquor Co !
l,td. ' r
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The Kahului Railroad Company
wi'l pay the ii'iove ni'Mitioned R 'ward
for infoi nia' ion which will lend to the
appt ehenslon and conviction of unv
party or parlies tain perintr with 'he I
Switches or Tracks of this Company.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Dated, at Kahului,
Sept. 30th, 1907.
Iilectlon of Oflicers.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Land Co., Ltd.,
held on Monday, October 7, 1907, the
foil )wing officers and direclois wer"
elected to serve fcr the ensuing year.
Y. ?UN TEUNG, .President.
YOUNG TUNG, See. and Treas
YOUNG TONG. Auditor
YO0NG KUT II IN'i j,
. - Sec. Maui Land Co., Ltd
Oct. 12, 19, 2(1, Nov. 2.
One English dog cart,
box ID. Puunene, Maui.
The Board of License Commission
em for the County of Maui will hold
' u meeting at the public room in the l
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Tues
day the will of . November. 1907 at 2
F. M. to consider the application ol
Peter Joseph for a Saloon License to
sell intoxicating liquors at IMckuuu,
Mutt. District of Makawao In a i.i-n
building ill fi'-nt of the resilience of
Adam -'-Wsytlj at baid Pdi-kunu
under th provisions of Act 119,
Session I jaws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the issuance o' a license under said
application should be tiled with th.'
Secretary of the Hoard not later
than the time set for said hearing.
October 1st, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
missioners. October j, 12, 19, 2u
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