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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, J 907
THE MAUI NEWS
The Maui Sbinbun, the Japanese
news paper ip tt e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the .In p
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Quern Lodging he use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean beds, 50 cents per niirht.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi .
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 Ladies Auxiliary of Kehului
held their annual sale Situi day night.
Special trains were run for the occa
sion. The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov.
19th at the Parsonage.
The machinery for the steam laun
dry is being put in place by H. P.
Owiug to an error in the publicat ion
of the advertisement calling for bids
published on November 9, 1907. The
same notice with corrections is re
published in this issue.
A black and white male Fox Ter
rier, answering to the name of Patsy
has been lost. Finder please return
to this office or to T. D. Lyons and
Last Sunday a coroners jury was
wanted in Honolulu. The Deputy
Sheriff took the patrol wagon to the
grounds. A crowd of mtn made a
rush for the wagon to see what it
was there for. Six .if them found out
and served that night on the jury.
Some clothing w as found near one
of the large reservoir some days ago
and an investigation made bv the
police. It was found that iLey be
longed to an insane Chinaman who
was in jail for investigation.
A Jap aud a Korea were having a
fight in Waihee one day this week
when an eyewitness thought the
trouble should cease. He threw a
woodenXshoe atone of the cambatants
whom he missed but succeeded in
laying out another Korean and is a
consequence of his poor aim he was
lodged in jail.
A good attendance is desired at
the Ladies Guild of the Church of the
Good Shepherd next Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Enos has had the Iao hotel
repaired and painted.
A card party and dance will be
given tonight at the K. P. Hall by
the members of the lodge in honor ol
Past Chancellor E. M. Keeney who
expects to leave for the Coast on the
29th of this month.
A special meeting of the voluntee r
fire company was held Wednesday
evening at which those who had not
been in attendance at drills were on
the carpet. All were excused how
ever and admonished to be good in
the future. A committee was appoint
ed to get up' a fireman's ball for
Game Lasts Eleven Innings.
At Wells park Sunday the Stars
and the Waikapus crossed bats in a
good game of ball. The Stars were
the winners and scored four runs
while the Waikapu team made but
The Healanis and the Kahului
teams then crossed bats. The game
seemed a sure thing for the Kahului
team for severs 1 innings but in the
seventh inning the score was tied and
it took four more innings to decide
the game which was finally won in
the eleventh Inning by the Healanis.
The attendance was good and the
interest towards the last was intense
The Stars will play the Waikapu
baseball team on Sunday at Wells
park. This is not one of the league
games but will take the place of them
for the day as both the Healanis and
Kahuluis are unable to play Sunday
on account of work at Kahului.
A card party and dance will be
given by Aloha Lodge No. 3 at thier
Hall Wailuku, Saturday Eve at 8 p
m. Nov. 16th. All members and their
families and all visiting Brothers and
The wedding of Miss Mabel Banham
and W. K. Schultzie, the head lima at
Mukaweli Kaui took place at Wai
mea on November lGth. Mr. Schul
tzie was formerly em ployed at H.ina
and has many friends on this island.
Edwin Hart returned Friday from
Hawaii to see his brother and uncle
who ore seriously ill. Hp has been
employed on the flamakua ditch for
some months and on the completion
of the work there accepted employ
ment on Kukuihaele Plantation.
W. G. Scott of Paia paid Wailuku
a visit Monday.
Frank Winter, Deputy TJ. S. Mar
shal came up 'from Honolulu Satur
day and subpoenaed several witness
to appear before the U. S. District
Sic-hard Lougher, paid his brother,
W. Lougher a visit for a few hours
Wednesday and took the same boat
to town where he expects to meet
his future wife who is on her way out
Davidson the Union Oil man has
been on Maui this week. He and H.
II Weller went to Lahaina on business
and returned in time to catch the
Claudine for Honolulu.
Antone Borba Jr. was a passenger
to town this week.
Mrs. Carlev, mother of E. B. Car-
ley of Paia went to Honolulu Wednes
day where she will take the Korea
for the Coast.
Miss Minnie Morris of Waihee went
to Honolulu this week.
Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Kiltredge ac
companied by their daughter Mrs.
Baker left on the Claudine Wednes
day for Honolulu where they will
take the Korea for their home in
San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Kitt-
redge have been on a visit to their
daughter Mrs. F. F. Baldwin of Puu
nene. James D. Dougherty left Wednes
day for Honolulu.
A. M. Simpson went to Honolulu
Wednesday. He will be gone about
Mrs. W. Searby of Puunene is very
ill at the Puunene Hospital. Doctor
Rogers of Honolulu was wired for
and came up on th3 Kinau to hold a
consultation with her physicians.
Mrs. Trunnions is visiting Mrs. W.
Laugher of Puuneue.
Mrs. W. A. Sparks and children
returned to Kihei Thursday. They
have been in Wailuku "some weiks.
Mrs. R. E. Peplowski and little
daughter have returned from a visit
o California much improved in health.
Mrs. Peplowski was in San Wanciseo
during the street car strike there
and had some thrilling experiences.
W. E. Shaw has returned from
Cuba and visited Wailuku this week.
He does not expect to return to Cuba
until the government is made more
stable than it was under Cuban rule.
S. F. Nott of Honolulu is on Maui
Colonel J. H. Fisher, the auditor of
the Territory' is in Wailuku this week
auditing the books of the Territorial
Fred. T. P. Waterhouse will sail
for the Far East November 13 as the
Special Commissioner of the Board
of Agriculture and Forestry of the
Territory of Hawaii to investigate
rubber and other agricultural enter
prises in the Federated Malay States,
Ceylon, Province of Juhore, Straits
Settlements and Java."
The commission is being prepared
now and will be signed by Governor
Frear before he leaves.
The Board of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui will hold
a meetiug at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Tues
day the 3rd of Dicember 1907 at 2 P.
M., to consider the application of S.
Kimura for a Wholesale License to
se'.i intoxicating liquors at Waikapu
Maul, inall of the first floor of the same
premises at present used by him as a
coffee saloon at said Waikapu under
the provisions of Act 119. Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under taid
application should be tiled with the
Secretary of the Boa-d not later
til an the time set for said hearing:
November 9th, 1907.
I D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com-
DtPARTiWENT OF PUBLIC
NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS AND
FIRMS RENDERING SKRVICK
AND FURNISHING SUPPLIES.
Your attention is directed to (lie
following requirments of this Depart
ment and the Auditor's Office:
1. furnish supplies only on writt
en order of officer having authority.
2. ' Send memorandum bill wit h de
livery of purchase.
3. Render receipted bill at the
end of each calender month and for
that month only.
4. No bill should have different
months written on its face.
5. 'tender all bills in duplicate
with the number of orders covering
imo and hand to officer having au
thority to certify to purchase.
6. Bills containing charges for
freight or cash advances require re
THE FOLLOWING NAMED
PERSONS ARE HEREBY AUTH
ORIZED TO ISSUE ORDERS FOR
SUPPLIES AND FOR SERVICES.
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works.
C. TI. Kluegel, Engineer.
J. M. Little, Superintendent Water
and Sewers, Honolulu.
Win, Vannatta, Superintendent
Hilo Water Works.
W. E. Bal, Superintendent Wai'u-
ku Water Works.
It. -P. Hose, Superintendent Le.hai-
na Water Works.
Supei intendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, November 12th, 1907.
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. Hoga 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 21th day of
October, A. D. 1907.
C. R. HEMENWAY,
Attorney General of Hawaii.
Nov. 2, 9, 1G, 23.
Sealed Proposals will be received
by the Board of Supervisors until
12 o'clock M. Thursday, December
12th, 1907, for the supplying of 1
5-H. P. Gas Engine Single Drum
Hoist. Geared 5 to 1 ar.d equipped
with 0 Edison Type Q Batteries,
Spark Coil, fuel tank, lead fuel iiipo,
exhaust, mufller; switch, wire, wren
ches, circulating pump, and .r00 feet
inch steel wire hoisting cable, alj
complete ready for use, f. o. b.
wharf, Kahului, Maui.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bids,
if the Board shall deem it for the best
interests of the County.
(Sgd.)' Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Wailuku, Maui, November 12th 1907.
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Maui, T. H., until 2 o'clock
P. M. Thursday, January 9th, 1908,
for the supplying of 5 or more 2 yd.
spreading wagons; 3 or more 5-ton
spreading cars; and 1 RoadCombina
tion Roller or Locomotive.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any .and all bids,
if the Board shall deem it for the
best interests of the County.
For specifications, address
Wm. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Wailuku, Maui, November 12th, 1907
DOG LOST, STRAYED Oli
A rnalo Fox Terrier, bobtailed,
black aud white, answers to the name
of Patsy. Finder please return to
T. B. Lyons or to this office and re
ceive leward. tf.
Notice is hereby given that my wife
Mary K. Murphy, having left my bed
and board without causo or provoca
tion. Iwill not be responsible for
anv debts contracted by heri
Dated at Kahului, Miui, Territory
of Hawaii this 9th day of November
A. D. 1907.
ROBERT J. MUBPIIY.
Nov. 16, 23, 30, Dec, 7, H.
Postal Curds, plain and in colors, Hand Bags, Stone Aves,
All prices, Miscellaneous Books. I' Pounders,
Views of Oahu, Stamp Alliums, Lamps,
Views of Maui, Songs of Hawaii, Idols,
Views of Hawaii, Aloha Collection of Mnsic, ArarowIUbS'
Leather Goods. Photo Albums, vrrr?TbV,.
. , . , , . Napkin Rings,
Burnt Goods of various designs, Cocoa nut Head Curios, Bracelets
Calendars, Calabashes, CulMJuHoiw,
Pipe Rack.-, Koa, Fish Tlatc, Charms,
Pillows, . Painted Wood Plato, Lace Pins,
Purses, " Basket Bottles, Colored Mats,
Cigar Cases, Feather Leis, Colored Mats Double Wearea.
Slippers, ' Shell Leis, Lauhala Mats,
Napkin Rings, Hawaiian Dolls, Filipino Hats,
Blotte Holders, Painted Mats, Tappa cloths,
Memo Books, Fans, Spears,
Til,, i. i . Canoe Paddles,
Laundry Books, Baskets, , '
ii- .i i i i i cm u Coffee Canes,
Hiawatha Looks, Necklace Shell, Ohia Canes,
Bill I!ook8, i " Coral, Koa Canes,
Address Books, Seed, IIorn CaneS)
Card Cases, Bracelets, Iron Wood Canes,
Broom Holder, Fish Nets, Souvenir Scoons,
Magazine Covers, Hula Dresses, Fobs,
Kodak Album?, Hawaiian Sandals, Hatpins.
Cigarette Cases, ' Hawaiian Fish hooks,
These make most desirable souvenirs
and presents for those far away. Owing
to our large purchase we have been able
to make very low prices on these goods.
Many of them are of historical interest
as souvenirs of the ancient customs of
Wo have a large line of Japanese
goods of the better quality. The prices
A big line of New Toys
will be placed on sale the
latter part of the coming
FRIENDS IN THE STATES.
Open Saturday Evenings.
famiUes are invited to attend.
D. II. DAVIS,
Nov. 9, 10, 23, 30.
K. of R. & S