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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS
T. V. King the bee man is on Maui
The Woman's Guild ot the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov.
5th at the Parsonage.
The Wailuku Quintett Club is
practicing regularly and should de
velop iuto the best club on Maul.
They have furnished music ou several
important occissions and have been
highly complimented on the excel
lence of the music they furnish.
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
ews paper is t; e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Queen Lodging hi use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean bnds, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi .
Special attention is called to the
new Advertisement of the Paia
Stare. Their holiday goods this year
should attract ' many from all over
centt al Maui.
The stage from Luhaina onediy
this week brought as passengers two
Porto Ricans, one Jap one boy and a
black billy goat on Hip front seat by
The monthly meeting of the Coun
ty Board for the mocth of November
will be held next Wednesday Novem
ber the 6th.
The work on the court house Is
being pushed and it is estimated that
the building will be completed id
Mr. C. Tanaka, who had many
years experience in the leading photo
studios of Japan has opened the-Iao
Photograph Gallery near the Skating
Rink, Wailuku. t. f.
The Japanese: are mu.iug extensive
preparations for the celebration of
their omperors bir'lidry which will
A good attendance of representa
tive persons were present at the
meeting of the Improvement Asso
ciations monthly meeting on
Thursday evening. President Wads
worth presided and Secretary
Wilcox recorded the minutes.
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
The matter of excavator dumps
was discussed but no action taken
as a committee was recently ap-
. pointed to represent the Associa
Rev. Ault called attention to the
condition of the Cemerery.
Attorney James L. Coke spoke of
the need of electric lights for the
town and called attention to the
fact that the matter of a franchise
was now before Congress. This
franchise is asked for by a number
of leading persons who would
doubtles? push the matter of light
ing the tow.
The Association unanimously
passed a resolution endorsing the
granting of the franchise.
A committee was appointed con
sisting of F. A. Mayfield, J. L
Coke, and W. T. Robinson
to look- into the matter of
getting the Coast baseball team to
play here on their way to Ililo. It
was telt that the games would
about pay the expense of the trip
which would include a trip up Iuo
Valley and Haleakala.
The attention of the Association
was cal' d to the fact that a num
ber of jr-rsons living below the K
P. Hall are building ramshackle
buildings there and then putting up
unsightly stables and other out
houses in front of them. It was
suggested that tho Board of Super
visors pass an ordinance requiring
building permits for the town. Mr.
W. T. Robinson was appointed a
committee of one to see the Board
about the matter.
Fences recently erected on Vine
yard street are particularly objec
tionable and the matter of laying
out and defining the street lines
was decided to bo one of the most
urgent needs of the community.
this week looking out for his thou
sands of hives on central Maui.
A. R. Gurrey is making surveys
in Wailuku this week for the under.
R. C. Stackable of the Customs
Alee, Honolulu, came up from town
Saturday and spent the week up Ha-leak'ila.
R. G. Henderson cf San i rnticisco
Is on Maui this week.
A. R. Traphagen is on Maui t'.iis
week in the interest of Claude Pea-
body A.Co. the shu t men of San
Miss M. A. Phillips of Honolulu
was registered at the Mam Hotel for
a few days this week.
Mm. A. Drown of Honolulu was al
the Maui Hotel during the early part
of this week.
Mrs. David Haughs spent some
days in Wailuku this week.
Dr. Carey the dentist went to Ho
nolulu last night. v
F. A. Mayfield, the proprietor of
he Maui Hotel expected to leave
Friday for Honolulu where he was
subpoenad as one of the trial jury
V. L. Boeck of Puunere has been
subpoenad as a jurymen io the Fed
eral Court and expected to leave last
night for the metropolis.
R. C. Stackable returned from his
visit to Haleakala Tuesday and re
turned to Honolulu the same day.
D. L. Meyer went to Hawaii Tues
day to make arrangements for the
sale of Kaupakalua wine on the big
slaud. The product of the home in
dustry is rabidly g ining favor and
many orders for the wine has been
received by the Maui Wine & Liquor
Company, who are the sole agents
for the manufacturers, and this has
encouraged the agents to believe that
a large trade can be built up for the
AttorneyvJ. L. Coke and ' H. B.
Weller returned this week from an
extended pleasure trip to Hawaii.
Antone Do Rego has purchased a
neat express wagon and is now en
gaged in the delivery of freight and
parcels. His phone number is 428.
W. J. Coelho went to Honolulu this
He is an applicant for the
positbn left vacant by the resigna
tion of George Weight.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Henry Clare Ovenden, late of Hana
Order of Notice of Hearing I'eti
tion for Allowance of Final Accounts,
Distribution and Discharge.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of Mina E. Oveu
en, Administratrix of the Estate of
Henry C. Owentlen late of Hana,
Maui, deceased, wherein she ask to
be allowed 1600.72 and charges her
self with 4845 94, and asks 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
iig her and her sureties from all fur
ther reponsibilit y as sueh Adminis
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
ith day of November A. D. 1007, at
ten o'clock A. M , before the Judge
of said Court a-t the Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku Island of Maui
be and the same hereby is appointed
as the time and yUce for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not
be granted, and may present evi
ence as to who are entitled to the
said property. Also 'hat notice of
this Order shall bo published once a
week in the '"Maui News" a week.y
ewspaper, printed and pub'ished in
Wailuku, Maui, for threcuceeisive
weeks, the last publication to be not
less than t?u days previous to the
time therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, this 14th day of
October 1907. .
(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge, Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
(Seal) Edmund H. Hast.
Oct. 19, 26. Nov. 2.
Dan Conway returned to Honolulu
County Attorney D. II. Case went
to the metropolis this week for business.
Miss Harriet G. Forbes was a pas
senger to Honolulu by the Claudine
Judge A. N. Ivepoikai went to
Honolulu this week, be expects . to
return today. '
A. W. Keystone, president of the
Keystone Brothers Company of San
Francisco made his annual rip to
Maui this week and returned to
Honolulu by the Claudine.
Superintendent J. N. S. Williams
accompanied Mrs. Williams and their
child to Honolulu this week. Mr
Williams will return today.
Miss Agnes Alexander was a pas
senger to town this week.
James Dougherty of YVicnmans is
on Maui with a line of Chritmas
Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson re
turned Thursday evening from a stay
of a few days on his Kula ranch.
G. B. Henderson has accepted
position with ' the Kahului Harness
Factory. He takes the place of R.
J. Murphy who will work for the Ka
. R. E. Peplowski left last night for
Honolulu where he will meet Mrs
Peplowski and their little child and
accompany them heme. Mrs. Pep
lowski has been in California for some
months for the benefit of her health
and returns much improved.
Miss Margaret E. Foltz, anexper
ienced Kindergartener of Seattle
has arrived to take charge of tlw
Alexander House Kindergarten. The
school opens Monday morning.
Captain Parker was a passenger
to Honolulu this week.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
Agent to G rant M arriaoe License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Land Co., Ltd.,
eld on Mouday, October 7, 1907, the
folbwing officers and clirectois were
elected to serve for the ensuing year.
Y. FUN TEUNG, President.
YOUNG TUNG, Sec. and Treas.
YOUNG TONG, Auditor.
YEONG YOUNG, 4
YOUNG KUT HING,
LUM LUNG, I
Sec. Maui Land Co., Ltd.
Oct. 12, 19, 26, Nov. 2.
The Kahului Railroad' Company
will pay the above mentioned Reward
for information which will lead to the
apprehension and conviction of any
party or parties tampering with the
Switches or Tracks of this Company.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Dated at Kahului,
Sept. 30th, 1907.
!,:, mcjii S
The one you see advertised in
the magazines and the one for
every home. We carry all three:
They all work alike but are
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to the authority in me vested
by law I have this day cancelled and
revoked the 'commissions held by N,
E. Lemon and R. O. Hogg as No
taries Public in the Second Judicial
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii,
and their record books are ordered
to be filed at the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit at Wailuku, Maui.
Dated at Honolulu this 24th day of
October, A. D. 1907.
C. R. HEM EN WAY,
Attorney General of Hawaii
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23.
Our Line of Pyrography Goods.
See the IistRead the PricesSame as Chicago
or New York.
1.35 Teapot Stai.ds
J-50 j Scrap Baskets
Medalions 8 inch
" 12 "
Plain Panels 10x12
TEDDY BEARS in.?e
while they lost. We ore selling them
No. 1 Cinnamon
No. 1 White
No. 2 Cinnamon
No. 2 White
No. 3 Cinnamon
No. 3 While
No. 4 Cinnamon
All the above are made of the best
white wool and burn beautifully, some
plaiu, stamped in design, aud all suit
able for holiday presents.
We also carry a line of velvet
cusion covers for burning, complete
stains for wool work byography out
fits from $1.25 up
Points, bottles, corks illuminating
outfits tubing, alcohol lamps, cork
handles, color outfit, and a complete
line of articles oil water color outfit
at reasonable prices.
!.v . J. ""
Miss Maud returning from her daily
walk, which she took every morning
fell asleep iu her rocking chair, from
which she fell off and broke her right
Miss Maud was intending to visit
the young lady receiving the most
votes at the Pioneer Store in the near
future, and as this accident has hap
rened to her it places her in a pos
i tion that she cannot fill, and in her
place a beautiful Brown Teddy bear
was substituted, which will be given
to the young lady receiving the most
These are the genuine Miller Talking Hears, the best
made as natural as lift.
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We pay particular attention to packing presents
for' shipment to the States.
Open Saturday Evenings.