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'HE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21,1907
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
news paper i? t: e oldpt and best for
advertising purposes ! mong the Jap
N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Queen Lodging Ik us" of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean b"dv, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi .
Mr. C. Tunnku, ho had many
yea experience in the . ading pho'o
.Hu'ios of Japan lias ni 1br Inn
I'hotogruph Gallerx ir i!. -Skniin
i:ink, Wailuku. t. f.
There will hi- special Ci i it m is
service1" at the Wailuku Union
Church Sunday evcn.ntr at srvcii
thirty o'clock. Music appropriate
fii Christmas has been prepared for
i ,c evening's worship.
On Sunday, Dec. 8ih,' Boa. W. H.
Rice, of Kauai, ihe Pi-esiden' of the
Sundav School Association af Hawaii,
isited the Kaahumanu Church ol
waiiuitu, anu spone in me imprests
of the Sunday Schools of the Terri
tory to a mass meeting of the Hawa
iians from Wailuku, Waikapu. Wah
hee, Kahului and Paia. Special
trains were run for the occasion. A
collection ol $50 was taken and paid
to Rev. R. B. Dodge, the Treasurer
of the Kaahumanu Church of Wailu
ku toward the church debt.
On Christmas Day, Dec. 25th.
there will be a Sunday School, exhi
bition of the Sunday Schools of this
district at the Waikapu Church. It
will be well worth the time of the
people to no to this gathering. The
suites promise to be good, and there
will be au excellent luiu served in
Last Tuesday at the Foreign Pro
tcstant Church of Makawao the
ni uithly meeting of the Maui minis,
ters was held. There was a large
attendance, and iho session was one
of the most instructive and interest
iug for many months. Rev. E. B.
Turner read an excellent paper upon
the topic "What a congregation may
expec.1 from its pastor." This was
following by a very clear and stimu
late g paper by the Rev. Albert
Kidman D. D., upon "How to study
the Bible." Rev. John Nua of Wailu
ku preached the sei'mon in Hawaiian,
while Rev: R. 13. Dod;e conducted
the devotional exercises of the day.
The ladies of tha church furnished a
The ErskineM. Phelps is on her
way from Seattle in ballast for Kahu
lui for sugar. Shis one of thu larg
est four masted ships of America.
The Knights of Pythias will hold
their annual election of officers to
night. A large attendance is desired.
The schools have "losed for the
The dispute over baseball between
two of the local teams was decided
by a boad of arbitration this week
in favor of playing the game in dis
pute over again.
Two district earthquake shocks
visited Maui just before nine o'clock
Try a Wil'iain Penu Cigar.
Notice is hereby givtn that the Co-
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y.u me! snip iiereioioie cuinuug i
ItAen the undersigned, doing business
Joiiflie Island of Maui underthe name
of Ao Rego & Co, lias been dissolved
by mutual consent, and the business
of said concern will be carried on and
conducted by A rienio do Rego. All
outstanding accounts or debts due
said Co partnership are payable sole
ly to Arcenio Do Rei: and all indebt
edness owing by the said Co partner
ship will be paid by said Arce.iio Do
Dated at Wailuku this 8th day of
January, A. D. 1907.
ARCENIO DO REGO, X
ANTONE DO REGO.
JAMES h. COKE.
Notice is ' hereby given that on
account of annual stock taking our
flice, lumber yard and warehouse
ill be closed on Monday end Tuesday
(December 30th and 31st.
v' Kahului Railroad Company.
Dec. 21, 28.
J. P. Cooke of Honolulu and F. F.
Baldwin were in Wailuku Monday.
Superintendent J. N. S. Williams
and Cashier D. C. Lindsay came up
to town Monday to attend the joint
meeting of the Improvement Asso
ciatimi and Lodge Maui to arrange
for the laying of the corner stote of
tne Wa'luku Court IIou.se.
Di .1 H Raymond came down
from the Ulupalaku ranch Thursday
and look the Manna Lou the same
i ' Piling for Honolulu.
Henry Morvay arrival in Wa'luku
i ' o'"-' ay evening from Union South
Diikt-i.i to lane cliartii' of the La
liaina National Hm k Mr. Morvny
h.ii had much cxpei iei-;t in bankini;
and was eneajei! in C. D. Lufkin
the Cashier of the ba k while hi; was
i the east,.
Charles E. Hollini;..
is registered at th
J. II. Laing "iienl Sunday in V r- i-
1 II U L. .
W. HeiKiing of Lahaina came over
Monday to attend the meeting of the
of Sunervisors in Ihe penaration of
their annual estimates of expendi
tures as required bylaw. T. M.
Church came down from Paia for the
same purpose while S. E. Kaiue and
W. P. Haia were here r the same
H. Miki the Japanese interpreter
has been on Maui on . business for
some days from Honolulu.
W. G. Scott of Paia went to Hono
lulu last Friday night to see the wild
west show. He returned Tuesday.
George Cooke and Wlliam William'
son returned Weduesday from a visit
to the Hawaiian American Rubber
Co's. plantation at Nahiku which
they found to be in good shape. Mr.
Williamson and Inspector of Schools
H. M. Wells went to Lahaina to in
vestigate school matters there.
W. A. Ye-Us teacher at Nahiku,
came over to Wailuku th is week to
take part in the annual toachers
Mr. Medeiros of the liana school t5
in Wailuku to attend the teachers
meeting and to spend his Christmas
vacation here. '
Hon. S. E. Kalama of Makawao
was a visitor to the County seat on
Thursday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Maeiel of Kaupo are
speuding their Christmas vacation in
Wailuku. Mrs. Maciel is one of the
teachers in the school at Kaupo.
School Inspector 11. M. Wells is in
Wailuku this week.
C, D. Lufkin, cashier of the First
National Bank of Wailuku and of the
Lahaina National Bank of Lahaina
is expected bank from the cast hext
mouth. Mrs. Lufkin is much improv
ed in health and will accompany him
on his return.
J. P. Cooke returned to Honolulu
Wednesday. He lias been a guest of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin for some weeks.
Miss Akana was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Mrs. Nanimalua Kapoi of Walhee
went to Honolulu this week
Dr. J. J. Carey is kept busy in his
dental parlors over the First National
Bank. His work is proving satis
factory and he will doubtless build up
a good practice.
Attorney J. L. Coke left for the
Coast on business Thursday. He
will be gone two mouths.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai has lully
recovered from his recent illness.
Repi eseutative A. J. Gomes of
Paia went to Honolulu Thursday for
a two weeks vacation. William Bell
of Kahultii has charge of the office
during Mr. Gomes absence.
Robert J. Law principal of the
Lahaina school came over to Wailuku
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Pursuant to the Articles of Asso
ciation and By-Laws, the Annual
Meeting of Stockholders of The First
National Bank of Wailuku, will be
held at its Bankiug House in Wailu
ku, ou Tuesday January 14th, 11(08,
at 3 P, M. for lie purpose of tlectiou
of directors to erve for the ensuing
year, and such other business as may
be brought up.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Doc. 14, 21, 28. Jan. 4, 11.
MOTICBOF FORLCLOSL Iiii SALT.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to Notices of Foreclosure of
Mortgage published in the English
language in the Maui News a news
paper published in Wailuku, Terri
tory of Hawaii and of general circu
lalion throughout said Territory,
and in the Hawaiian lanifui.ge in tin
Maui News a newspaper published u.
Wailuku. Territory aforesaid and o;
geitei-ul circulation throughout sail'
Territory of la-vail, which suii
Notices of Fo-eel Mire appea -red in
said paper on November 23rd, No
vember 301 h, December 7th am! De
cember 14th, in Ihe year 1!X7, am
also, in pursuance of the power am'
authority of stile contained in tha'.
certain rnileiilui e of ni'M i eai'e fron
Adrian M. Keoao t the Youiis:
Men's Savings Society, Ltd.. whicl
sai l unrig. lire hears date the lirs'
day ,f Novl liiDer A I). l!MMi. and ap
peers of record in L'ber 285 on page
405 and 4Mii of the Registry cf Con
veyances, the said Young Men's Sov
mgs Society, Ltd., will sell ut public
auction, at the front door of the law
office of James L. Coke, on Main
Street in the Town of Wailuku, In
land of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
on Friday December 27th, A. D.
1907, at 12 o'clock uoon of said day,
to the highest bidder for cash, all of
the property conveyed by and des
cribed in said indenture of mortgage
and particularly described as follows:
"All of that certain piece parcel oi
lot of land situated and being in Wai
luku proper, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being
described as Apana 1 of Royal Patent
7184, L. C. A. 1750 to Kaupa, con
taining an area of 1.2 acres of land,
more or less; and being all of the pre
mises conveyed to the said Adrian M.
Keoho by deed of A. 11. K. Keohoka-
lole aud others, dated the 31st day of
August, 1906, and appearing of
record in Liber 286, on pages 153,
154 and 155 of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu."
Deeds at Expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to J.
Garcia, Treasurer of tlio Young
Men's Saving Society Ltd., at the
First National Bank of Wailuku,
Maui, or to Jas. L. Coke, attorney
for said Society at his office at Wai
Dated this 13th day of December
Young Men's Savinc.s Society Ltd.
HOOLAHA KUDALA MORAKI.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, mamuli o na
Hoolaha Hooko Moraki i hoopukaia
ma ka olelo Bertania iloko o ka Maui
News, he nupepa i hoopukaia ma
V.'ailuku, Teritori olla.vaii, ae e helei
ana hoi ma na wahiapauo keia Teri
tori, a ma ka. olelo Hawaii iloko o ka
Maui News, ho nupepa i hoopukaia
ma Wailuku, Teritori i oleloia, a e
hele ana hoi ma na wahi apau o ua
Teritori nei, a o ua mau Hoolaha Ho
oko Moraki la e ikeia no iloko o ua
nupepa 'la ma Novemaba 23, Nove
maba 30, Dekemaba 7 ama Dekemaba
14, iloko oka rnakahiki 1907; a eia
hou no mamuli o ka man a kuai iloko o
kcla palapala moraki mai a Adrian
M. Keoho i ka Young Men'?. Savings
Society, Ltd., a o ua moraki la ua
banaia ma ka la ekahi o Novemaba,
M. II. 1900, a ua kopeia ma ka Buke
285, ma na aoao 405 ame 406 o ke
Keena Kakau Kope, o ua Young
Men's Savings Society 'la, e kuai aku
aua ma Ke kudala akea, ma ka puua
komo o ke keena loioo James L. Coke,
ma Alanui Main, iloko o ke Taona o
Vailuku, Mokupunio Maui, Teritori
o Hawaii, i ka Poalima, Dekemaba
27, M. H. 1907, i ka hora 12 awukea
o ua 'la, i ka mea koho kiekie loa uo
ke dala kuike, i ka waiwai apau 1 a i
hooliloia a i hoakakaia iloko o uh m
rakl 'la, a i hoakaka maopopo loi ia
penei. "O kela opana aina apau loa
e waiho Ma iloko o Wailuku ponoi,
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Terh
tori of Hawaii, i hoakakaia o ka Apa
na 2 o ka Palapala Sila Nui 7184,
Kuleana 1759 ia Kaupa, noua ka Ilio
1.2 Eka, oi aku a emi mai paha; aoia
no hoi kahi apau loa i hooliloia ia ua
Adrian M. Keoho 'la ma ka palapala
kuai a A. H. K. Keohokalole ame
kekabi poe e iho, i hanaia ma ka la
21 o Augate, 1906, a i kopeia ma ka
Buke 286, ma na aoao 153, 154 ame
155 o ke Keena Kakau Kope, ma
Honolulu." Na ka mea kuai e uku
na lilo o ua palapala kuai.
No na mea aku i koe, e ninau ia J.
Garcia, Puuku o ka Young Men's
Savings Society, Ltd., ma ka First
National Bank of Wailuku, Maui, a i
oleia ia Jas. L. Coke, loio no ua
Society 'la, ma kona keena nia Wai
luku i oleloia.
Hanaia i keia la 18 o Dekemaba,
Younh Men's Savinhs Society Lth.
Mea Pa a Moraki.
.During the last few days before
Christinas we will offer our full line of
toys at A ery
We will also recei ve a new ship
ment by the ITe adan on Monday and
these will' also be sacrificed with the
To accomodate shoppers we will be
open Saturday, Monday
H Jr m R h n m