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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1907 , ':5
Will Celebrate New Yenr.
THE MAUI NEWS
The Maui Shinbun, tte Japanese
news paper if tl.e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Queen Lodging lie use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean beds, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi.
Mi. C. ,Tanaka, who had many
years experience in tlit leading photo
studios of Japan has oj. -n the Ia
Photograph Gallery near the Skating
Rink, VVailuku. t. f.
An excellent Sunday School exhi
bition was held in Waikapuon Christ
mas' day. The music was some of the
best heard in recent years. The solo
work was unusually good, and the
choruses showed Unit there had been
some excellent training by competent
leaders A delicious luau followed,
which had been prepared under the
able management of Mr. and Mrs.
James Cot nwell.
Miss Mary J. Austin, the Head of
the Baldwin House nf Lahaina, Is
paying a visit to Mrs. 11. 13. Dodge.
At three o'clock on Christmas Day
many invited quests gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Vetle A
. Vetlesen for the ceremony of chris
, tening their son, Vivian Arnbiorn
Vetlesen. Mrs. Jessie Davis was the
godmother and Mr. Loeve Mueller
Vetlesen, the brother ol the father
was the godfather. After the cere
mony delicious refreshments were
The special Christmas services
arranged for the Walluku Union
Church for tat Sunday evening have
been postponed on account of the
severe storm to Ni xt Sunday, to
morrow evening D'-c. 2'.)ili at 7.30
In the juvenile voting c nVs', that
closed at the A. Enos more, Anson
and Helen Robinson were the winners
of the Automobile and Teddy Bear.
Harvy and Adel'e Cornwell were
Thursday afternoon a Japanese
hack ran away from Market street
' up Vineyard causing quite a lot of
excitement but no damage to either
the horses or the vehicle. The team
was stopped opposite Judge McKay's.
Attend th? New Years eve dance
given by the Knights of Pythias at
their Castle Hall. Invitations are
out and no nbji'cticnablo characters
will he there. Special trains will be
.'jr the occasion.
The local elks will give a social
session at the Maui Hotel on January
9th. All elks on Maui are expected
to be present but no invitations will
be sent out.'
The oil warehouse of the'"Kar.ului
Store bus sunk to the ground. While
the walls are still stanciir.g and the
roof is yet intact the floor is down to
the ground and the building a hope
less wreck. It is thought the recent
earthquake is responsible for the
collapse of the building.
The office force of the Kahului
Railroad Company presented Super
Intendent J. N. S. Williams with a
cut glass ink stand with sterling
silver mounting on Christmas day.
A valuable pirce of taro land just
nhnvp the fckatincr rink w.is sold at
f Auction Friday to the Young Mens
Savings Society for 1500. The area
of the land is one and one fifth acres.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Pursuant to the Articles of Asso
ciatiou an.By-Laws, the Annual
Meeting of Stockholders of The Fluid
win National Dink of Kahului, will
be held at its Banking House in Ka
hului, on Tuesday January 14t h, 1908,
at 10 A. M. for the purpose of elec
tion of directors to serve for the en
suing year, and s&ch other business
as may be brougyt up.
Dec. 28. Jan. 4, 11.
Notice to Importers by the Atncri
W. L. Greig came up fronv Hono
lulu Monday to put up a huge new
locomotive for the Wailuku Si.gar
Company. The locomotive is one of
the latest improved type put up bv
the Ua'dwin Locomotive works. Mr.
Greig will be in Wailuku about wn
W. M. Graham and wife came up
from Honolulu Monday to speed
Christmas with W. C. Crook and
family of Makuwao.
Alex A. Forsyth is registered nt
tl.e Maui Hotel. is from the
A. P. McDonald the contractor
went to Honolulu Tuesday to spend
Christmas with bis family.
Miss Mary E. Flemming returned
from Honolulu Monday on a Christ
E. A. Peck was in Wailulcu on busi
ness the first of the week.
S. Hocking of Pia was down from
Paia on business the lirstof the
Mr. L. M. Votlcseii of Honolulu
was a VVailuku visitor this week. He
is visiting his brother V. A. Vetlesen
and acted as Godfather at the Christ
ening of his little nephew. .
R. C. Searle, the manager of the
Hono'ua ranch paid central Maui a
vV. F. Pogue of Huelo was in tT.vn
Friday on his way to Honolulu.
A. J. McLeod, the manager of the
Kihei plantation went to Honolulu
Tuesday on a short vacation.
Charles McEaeheron was a passen
ger to Honolulu this week for the
Robert Paris of the Kahului Store
went to Honolulu this week to spend
the holidays in town.
Miss Edna Urovvn was a passenger
to Honolulu this week where she will
make her horn;1 with her sister Mrs.
C. S. Jackson.
Mrs. H. A. Baldwin accompanied
her rather W. O. Smith to Honolulu
where she will visit her parents for a
James Reid, one of hc bookkeepers
of the Paia store has resigned and
left for San Francisco Tuesday.
Mrs. Elmira M. Johnson has leased
her Makawao lands for. a long term
and has left for Honolulu where she
wijl make her home.
A meeting of the importers will
be held at Masoi.ic Ttmple, Kahului,
at 10 a. ra. on Monday, December HO,
1007 tn nnniiilui irt!lt.r.tL-H ill onnPC
P lion with the quurantinefhnd.
i iSigned,) J. N. S WILLIAMS, ,
iUhairmau, Hoard of Trustees uar
Notice is hereby given that the Co
partnership heretofore existing bei
tween the undersigned, doing business
on the Island of Maui underlhe name
of A. Dj Rego& Co, ha b( en dissolved
by mutual consent, and tl.e business
of said concern will be ca"t ied on and
conducted by A rr-cnio do Rego. All
outstanding accounts or debts due
said Co partnership a-e payable sole
ly to Arccnio Do Rego and all indebt
edness owing by the said Co purtuer
ship will be paid by said Arce.ilo Do
Dated at Wailuku this 8th dny of
January, A. D. 1907.
ARCENIO DO REGO, X
ANTON E DO REGO.
JAMES L. COKE.
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 Banking House in Wailu
ku, on Tuesday January 11th, 1908,
at 3 P, M. for the purpose of election
of directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and such other business as may
be brought up.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Dec. 14, 21, 28. Jan. 4, 11.
Pursuant to the Articles of Asso
elation and By-Laws, the Aunual
Meeting of Stockholders of the La
haina National Bank, will tie held at
its Banking house in Lahaina, on
Tuesday January 14th, 1908, at 10 A
M. for the purpose of election of
directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and sucli other business as may
lie brought up.
C. I). LUFKIN,
'Dec. 21, 28. Jan. 4, 11
It has been definitely arranged to
celebrate the new yea by getting up
a procession of floats and com'cal
characters representing various call
ings and seventeen prizes have been
offered by various business houses
ranging in value from two dollars to
The judges met Thursday evening
and have offered the following prizes
for the following purposes.
Best Representative Float $10.00
worth of goods. Prize given by the
Maui Dry Goods and Grocery Com
Best Decorated Float $5.00 Prize
given by the First National Bank of
Most Comical Float $6 goods given
by tour Japanese stores.
Most comical character $3 goods,
given by the Maui Soda and Ice
Best Sustained character. Two
years subscription to the Maui News
Given by tlie Maui Publishing Com
Most original character $1.50 pair
of shoes offered by the Branch Store
of the Maui Dry Goods and Grocery
Most Original couple 1 gallon of
Whiskey offered by the Maui Wine
& Liquor Co.npnny.
2nd. Best R presentative Float 1
dozen beer and 1 box of Cigars given
by the Maui Hotel.
2nd Best Decorated Float 1 Felt
Hat and 1 bag of Golden Gale Flour
prize given by A. Enos store.
2nd Most Comical Float 2 dozen
Handkerchiefs given by Tai Hing and
2nd Best Comical Character 1 Silk
Handkerchi( f and 1 Box of Cigars,
given by Young Tung and Tanioka.
2nd Most Comical character 1 Box
of Cigars given by Kim Yen.
2nd Best Sustained Character 1
Box of Cigars given by Ah Kee.
Special ptizes offered by T. B.
Lyons and A. Borba and ot'neis will
be awarded oy the judges to those
who especially inenit the same.
.The procession will form ot the
Court house at 8:30 A. M. and pro
ceed to Main street, down Main street
to Market, down Market to Mill
street, down Mill to the Wailuku,
Kahului road thence up to Well's
park where they will be reviewed and
where the prizes will be awarded.
After the prizes are awarded the
procession will re-form and proceed
up Main street to Market down
Market to Vineyard, up Vineyard. to
High street and thence to the Court
At the meeting it was suggested
that all the medicai men should oc
copy one float and be followed by
Lee Hop with a coffin in whi.di should
be a well known character with a
hammer and near him a young man
with a bandage. Following the tin
dei taker should be all of the lawyers.
Notice is hereby giveil that on
account of annual stock taking our
otlice, lumber yard and warehouse
will be closed on Monday and Tuesday
December 30th and 31st.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Dec. 21, 28.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of B.
K. KAIWIAEA, late of liana, Maui,
The Undersigued, N:Omsted, hav.
ing been appointed by the Hou. A.
N. Kepoikai. on October 24, 1907,
Administrator of the Estate of B. K.
Kaiwiaea, deceaseJ, hereby gives
notice to all persons having claims
against the Estate of said deceased,
to present the same to him, at his
office in Hana, Maui, T. II., within
six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to wit; with
in six months from the 7th, day of
December, A. D. 1907, whether such
claims bo secured or not, or same will
be forever barred.
Dated at Hana, this 5th, day of
Administrator of the Estate of B
K. Kaiwiaea, deceased.
Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28, Jan. 4.
Fine Job Printing nt the
Maul Publishing Co.
by using AVelchs Grape Juice,
80 -cents a pint. One pint will
make a gallon of delicious, re
freshing, invigorating, noii-iii-toxica
tin a beverage.
VflHir GIRL ?J
Holiday Goods will he on display one
week more. This is your oppor-
tunity to secure presents for
those wlioijii you have
Open Satuimiv Evenings,