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The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, October
22nd at the Parsonage.
The Mau; Shinbi.n, tie Japanese
news paper is t e nMcst and best Tor
advertising purposes iiruontj the Jap
N. K OTSUKA.
tf. Advertising A C" nt
The Queen Lndirinir In use of War
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
v clean bed", 50 c.-nts per niirlit.
A. D i Rcgo, Proprietor
A boat house for the pilot boat of
Kahuhii Harbor has been built on the
The work of overhauling the Tup
Leslie Malduin is progressing. The
tug is being repaired in Kahului this
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. 13. Dodge on Tuesday afternoon
Oct. 2'Jth at 3 p. m.
The Uelfast shipbuilding firm of
Harland & Wolff admit officially that
they are ut work upon plans for a
White Star Line steamer that is to
be bigger than the Lusitania. The
keel of th's vessel is to be laid in a
few month'fi.and she will be fitted with
reciprocating engines and turbines.
According to reports, the new vessel
is to be of 40,000 tons register.
Trans Pacific Trade.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Kahului
will hold their annual fair at the resi
dence of Captain Nicholsen in Kahu
lui oa the 9th of November.
H italics Not Accept Vice
Washington, O tobet ".- Governor
Hughes of New Ym k, according to
reliable reports which have reached
Washington, has aiiuour.ceJ to close
friends that he would not again be a
candidate for governor of New York
and would not accept a nomination
for vice president from the republi
can national convention. He is de
clared to have said that he was in
terested principally in bis work as
governor of New York and next in
importance was this law practice.
It is understood that no mention
was made by him of the presidency,
but word recently has been conveyed
to President Roosevelt by highly in
fluential persons of the state that it
would be foolish to presume that
Governor Hughes would not take this
nomination if it were tendered him.
James K. Jones, chairman of the
democratic national committee dur
ing both the Bryan campaigns, was
evasive when asked today if he had
. advised Bryan not to be a candidate
for the presidency next year. He
said his adjice hud not been asked on
this subject and he could not remem
ber, Jn his voluminous correspondence
with Bryan of eve- having uttered
such a sentiment. It is understood
that Jones feels that Bryan can well
wait further developments in the de
mocratic sili tition before commit ting
himself, u:ul tun hu believes Bryan
himself has not made up his mind on
tin! sul'jeet yet.
Ts what the public is always looking
for and we are in "a better position
than ever to supp'y it. We have just
completed a 1 1 a n v id nts for several
new agencies on the Const ui:d in the
East and that means new goods a d
new prices to the consumer. It would
be almost impossible to tell yu all
that we have through the news paper
' but if you will drop in or ring us up
we t-liall only be too pleased to tell
you all about 't ai.d particularly what
we have in the line of gocds for the
Holidays, such u table vvmes, whis
key, brandy and bherry for ccoking
and don't fot'get ttiat we handle the
Kaupukalua Wine, which is gaining
favor very rapidly. If you expect
callers try a gallon ol it. A.- f.r beet
and liquors we have them ail. Ai:
thing yotrbuy at the Maui Wine A
Liquor Co. is guaranteed under the
Pure Food and Drugs Aet. The Bel
mout Whiskey is a uew thing in thir
Territory and we are the Agectsand
sell it q,t the same price as it is sold
in the United States, Viz. five dollars
per gallon, and you cannot get better
goods any where. If you want some
thin choice try this. Of course we
have much cheaper goods, but they
cannot be e;jue.led for the same price.
We deliver every day und we res
pectfully usK one trial,
MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Mr. C. Tanaka is doing photf gra
phic work at the lao Photographic
Georre If. M i v. r of the S'undard
Oil Compar.v is (,n Mam ti,js week.
Spitzer the traveling man for
n.ibet.stein returned to Honolulu
Friday ver.ing from Lahaina-.
J. H. YViKor County Supt. of "cads,
went to Moldkai Saturday.
W. Petet sen of Honolulu has pur
chased considerable old iron from the
Hnw.iiiiin Commercial and Sug ir Co.
a.d from the Kihei Plantation C )tn
pany. He docs ids own blasting,
picking up and shipping, lie will
probably remain on Maui ome weeks
longer as ho has other prospective
purchases in view.
Attorney James L. Coke left Tues.
day by the Kinau for Hilo where, he
went on legal busiu.ss. He will ri .
George Weight left Wailuku Tues
dry evening for Hawaii where he has
been offered a position on one of the
plantations on the big island." Mr.
Weight was head luna on one of the
plantations there for ttuny years
and left Hawaii to take the manage
mentofKahuku plantation. He is
regarded as one of the most success
ful cane men in the Territory.
James B. Laing of Oluwalu was
registered at the Maui Hotel this'
S, S. Paxson, the general manager
for the Territory of Hie Singer Sew
ing Machine Co. paid Wailuku a fly
ing visit this week.
J. H. Fuller of the Honolulu Iron
Works is on Maui this week.
D. B. Murdock, the auditor for
Alexander and Baldwin, accompanied
by his wife and child went to Honolulu
George H. Mayer of the Standard
Oil Company returned from liana
Wednesday and is. at the Maui Hotel.
Captain W. E. Bal was one of the
passengers to Honolulu this week.
Dr. W. B. Deas of Hana returned
to his home Saturday from Lahaina
where he had been in attendance at
Antooe Tavares of the Maui Hotel
was a passenger to Honolulu this
week. His mother lias been quite ill
and sent for him to go to see her.
Miss Lizzie Napailou was a passen
ger to Honolulu this week.
Bil'.y Grecu is iu Maui this week
selling goods to Maui merchants.
R. L. Auerbach and H W. Adams
were passengers from Hilo this week.
Dan Conw'ay, the traveling sales
man is on Maui this week on business.
J. E. Chamberlain was a passenger
from Hana by the Claudine Wednes
day. Dr. Frear' the dentist is at the
Maui Hotel where he will remain for
a few days o..ly. S. e l.inv if your
teett. need aitetiiioi .
Mrs. lOllen A-mstro-i j Waver, the
matron of Lnnalilo H ane p-Un ned to
Honolulu by last Friday's Kmau.
Mrs Weaver lias been i-'nding
about two weeks on Maui, visiting
her brother-in U.v llev. KJwaidG.
Bcckwilh, D. I) of Itiinr.Uiiain ko,
Mrs. H. P. Bnldwin. Mr-:. R. tj. D.nl.-e
and Mrs. C. A. Mael) .eiaat, at La'ia
iualuna. M i s. Weaver 1 be da gliler
of Rev. Richard A rin-i 1 o-ig, . H,
who lived in Wail'dfii from 18!i5 to
18411. TMii'.llg bin Ma uere he huiit
the house now kn wn us th William
and Mary Ah xnndcr Parsonage. In
tlii-, house Gen. Arni-t i o g was born
who became famous as the founder of
Hampton Institute for lit e Negroes
Guild w'.ll Hold Concert und
The Womat s Guild . f the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a con
cert and baz.iar on If e evening of,
November !ltli at the Aluxand. r
House, Wai'uku. 1
Tne musical programme will be
under the direction of Rev. Win.
Ault and promises to be good.
The ladies of the Guild have ready
a large uumber of beautiful fancy
articles, also potted palms and vari
ous plants for sale.
Refreshments will be served after
The grab boxes wilt contain every
tiling to fill the children, hearts with
Train accommodations will be ad
in the circuit court of the
second circuit, territory
In Probate At. Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Henry Clare Ovemlen, late of Ilann
Order of Notice of Hearing rVti
tion for Allowance of Final Accounts,
Distribution and Discharge.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of Mina 10. Oven
den, Administratrix of the Estate of
Henry C. Owenden late of Hana,
Maui, deceased, wl-erem she ask to
be allowed t-HiOtl.72 and charges her
self with $4845 !I4, and uks that the
same may be examined and approv
ed, and that a final order may be
made of distribution of the property
remaining in her hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, and discharg
ing her andher sureties ftxm ail fur
ther responsibility as sucli Adminis
It is Order, d, that Monday, the
2."th day of November A. D. RIOT, at
ten o'clock A. M., before the Judge
of said Court at the Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku Island of Maui
be and the same hereby is appointed
as the time and place for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested may then aifd
there appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not
be granted, and may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
saU property. Also Ihat notice of
this Order shall be published once a
week in the "Maui News" a weekly
newspaper, printed and published in
Wailuku, Maui, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not
less than t?u days previous to the
time therein appointed for said hear
ing. Dated at Wailuku, this 14th day of
, (Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge, Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
(Seal) Edmund H. Hast.
Oct. 19, 26. Nov. 2.
There will be a special meeting of
stockholders of the Kilupakalua Wine
& Liquor Co. Ltd. at the Winery,
Kaupukalua, Maui, on Saturday
October 2Gth, 1907, at 3 P.M. for the
purpose of considering the adoption
of New By-Laws, and the advisability
of increasing its capital stock.
Secretary Kaupakalua Win? &
Liquor Co. Ltd.
EltKtion of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Land Co., Ltd.,
held on Monday, October 7, 1907, the
foil jwing officers and directois wer
elected to serve fcr the ensuing year.
Y. FUN TEUNG. Prcsk'ent
YOUNG TUNG. Sec. and Treas
YOUNG TOXG. Auditor
. CHANG INC.,
YOCXG KUT HIXG,
Sec. Maui Land Co , Td
Oct. !- 19. '(;, Nov. 2
'.'he Kahi.l- i Railroad Omn-iinv
w:'l pay Hi iifviv nv-uti nrd It-wan'
for information vl i;'n u-iM le; d to tin
a pp i iiensloii and coi.vie . ion of tiry
I any or pat ties tamperine, with -,
Siviichc:; or Tracks of i,i (.', m;anv
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
D H - 'I Ut Kalu ltd,
Sept lilllh. 191-7.
The Star Planing Miii
MAMK.U'l I KKHS UK
. ""FURNITURE, r.l'i'.
Also carries a line of
CASKETS AN, D COFFINS.
W. J. Moody, : Prop.
Hello 472 P. O. Box 7')
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
Acjest to Grant Makiuaoe Licenses ,
Office, Circuit Court2ud Circuit.
lCVj drink which sick and
JK' wf .I appreciate. It's
fruit nutrition in fluid
JornV. Those who drink it regular- II g
ly nave no need of medicine or false
stimulants. Dr. Felix Oswald saysj
U "."'T1 abs,orb E0 ,ar?e a quantity
J The delicate acid of ih n
ic lyiitm or ail im.
purities, acting as a gentle
laxative, it puts an edge on the
appetite and gives tone to the
sjrsicm. i ry it on the table.
I bought a p:tir of "Xo Name" Simes:
The Shocinan s:iid to t:n-:
"These goods are our Own Make Madam.
We only charge you
Next day 1 had to tak t!-!o back,
They made my feet so sore;
Just full of little threads and tacks
Cork insoles . , .
Then in a week or so,
I found one evening (rather late)
The counters going down behind
New ones cost . . ' .
In just three weeks the soles, were t hrough,
Which meant a case of lix.
I took them to my dealer
This tinkeriii'.' with mv "No Xante"
As sure as I'm alive,
Has made them cost 'me as you sec,
A little more than
So when I buy new times again
(I've thought the matt, r o'er).
I'll get that celebrated make
Edwin C. Burt for
. , .V-i S
i J..Ml-: !1
Bread muds of Cold JfJMcd.il
fresh and sweet longest Tl because
Kluteu and all tha best N elements
Hard, spring wheat. The quality
never varies J the tenth barrel you
exactly like me erst, ainieu only
f-'..- v; . i f I
I? t, 1 I
WASHBURN. CROSBY CO., Minneapolis, Minn,
fc -fc--- i....witl;
Next week we will commence a
offers. Look out for
MARSIIM ALLOW l-LOAT
'l lii-.It ink w ill l'!iiveit delicious novelty to serve nt social gather
ings. The ittanlity, aliottt three .'alloiis, will serve over obc hundred
i j .!. Wash well ahotit two .lucii leinoitfi, and squeeze enough to
make one quart juice. Throw the rinds in an iifrntc kettle and cover
-wiih hoilitifi water, let stand twenty minutes; then drain the water and
add to the juice and let cool Add four quails Welchs Grape juice,
three qi. nits of water anil four tiounds of sugar. Cut one pound of
n.a'shiiiallows into fourths and allow nhout three pieces to each glass.
Use punch howl if possihle. Serve cold.
WELCH GRAPE JUICE HOT
While we say "for nil purposes have the grape juice cold," yet many
likt it hot. Served this way its ordinary slight laxative effect is in
eieue 1 a little. When heating use an agate or aluminum dish; never
Loil the grape juice. t
A delicious hot drink is made as follows: Heat Welchs Clrape Juice
to which ha- heen added an equpl quantity of wttter, add a little lemon
juiee at.d several cloves, sweeten to taste.
HOT SPICED GRAPE JUICE
Into one pint of boiling water put a mixture of the sweet spices,
such as stick cinnamon, whole cloves, allspice berries, cardamon seeds,
coriander, mace, nutmeg, r.bout two tahlespoonfuls. See that no pep
pers or hot condiments are in the mixture. Add a few shreds of can
died gnipe fruit, or orange peel, and have some shavings of fresh lemon
rind. Let it steep about ten minutes, then f train into a pint of Welchs
(.rape Juice, hot, and serve at once.
WELCH GRAPE JUICE IN MILK
The dislike which many people have for milk is overcome by the ad
dition of a little Welchs Grape Juice to each glass.
To the housewife- with original ideas other new and novel ways of
using Welchs Grape Juice will suggest themselves;
it is richest m
of the best
ill be 1
to use the
best f lour
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series of special