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SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1908
POOUR--FROST WhDWNG. The Building a Others Hee It.
THE MAUI NEWS
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
ew9 paper i? ti e oldest auJ l.est for
advertising purposes anions the Jup
anrse. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Quee'n Lodging hf use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean beds, 50 cuts per night.
A. D Regn, Proprietm . '
Mr. C. Tanaka, who had many
years experience in the 1 ading iiho'.o
studios of Japan has open the Ian
Photograph Gallery nofir the Skating
Rink, Wailuku. t. f. "
The Crop Reporting Hoard of tlie
Bureau of Statistics of the Depart
nientof Agriculture, from the re
ports of the correspondents and
agents of the Bureau, estimates that
theHotal production of cotton in the
United States for the year 1907-8
will amount to 5,581,908,000 pounds.
Tlie Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. B. Dodge on Tuesday afternoon
January 7th at 3 p. m.
The Elks have postponed their
social until Saturday January 11th.
The meeting of the Wailuku Dis
trict Improvement Association for
January has been postponed to Tues
day January seventh.
J. H. McKenzie, the manager of
Ulupnlakua Ranch was in Wailuku
11. W. Pogue of Buelo was regis
tered at the Maui Hotrl January 1st.
H came down to at tend the wedd
ing of his brother W. K ' Pngue Jr.
and Miss Lena M" Frost.
Y. F. Pgue returned from Bono
lulu Wednesday where he went to
meet Miss Lena M. Fnt who was
married to William F. Poguu. J, on
New Years day.
Mrs. G. McNicoll was registered
at the Maui Hotel this week.
Harry Decker has returned from
Hqnolulu to spend the holidays with
his parents. He is atte ding 1'una
hou college and stands well in his
L. Kehl was registered at Maui
Hotel thi week. Ue is fi-pm San
Sieg S. Toplitz of Seattle was re
gistered at the MauiBoif'l this week.
Hon. Johu G. Wooliey, arrived last
night on the Mauna Loa. He will
speak to a mass meeting cf the
natives at the Wailuku native church
on Sunday morning and will also
speak in English Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock at Kahului Church
and tit 7:30 p. m. at the Wailuku
Union Church. The publie is cordial
ly invited to hear him. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. W.lls left last
week for the far east where they will
travel until next June.
Mrs. H. B. Penhallow and children
are expected to return this morning.
Mrs. Petliullow has been on a visit
to her mother who resides in Cali
CARD OF THANKS.
ine immeuiaie menus oi npi.
Fn'ank B. Johnson of the Solvation
Army iu Wailuku viz. S. Bradley
and Ensign Jennie Stevenson, "wish
to express their sincere thanks to
t' o many friends wh have so kiudly
mt 1 1 - -
ana liilimuny cureu lor nun.
And rendered such an untiring ser
vice of love to him, espec..j . r,nK
hislu illness and death.
Pl'Xlieps just here it would not be
' out of place to give a little sketch of
his faithful life. The Captain was
born in Friendship New York in the
year 1880, where he resided until the
death of bis parents when a boy of
seventeen, about which time he be
came a Christian and desired to
spend hi j life for his fellow men.
This he felt be could do in a blessed
way by enlisting in the United States
Army which he did. And alter
speeding three faithful years among
the boys In blue, he became an active
worker in the Salvation Army. Then
followed a few years service in Cali
fornia he volunteered foi-the work
on the Islands.
And what an untiring service that
has been, amid 'much pain and suffer-
' Intr he has gone cheerfully on until
compelled to give up. ' And on Dec.
Miss Lena M. Frost of Areata
California arrived in Wailuku New
Years day and was married to
William F. I'ogue Jr. owe of tlie
time keepers of the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Company. Rev.
V . Ault performed tlie ceremony.
A neat home lias recently been
prepared for the young couple in
I'uunene wlierc they will reside.
Mr. I'ogue lias recently returned
from the coast where he hue resided
f'om infancy and where he nlet the
young lady who is now his bride.
- He is a son of W. F. Poguo of
Huelo and holds a responsible
position. and enjovs the respect and
confidence of all who know him -
A SUCCESSFUL NEW YEARS
The dance given by i he members
of Akba Lodge Knights of Pythias
was a great success.
Over two hundred invited guests
were present and the floor was filled
during the whole evening.
For those who did not care to
dance tables were provided and cards
Ample refreshments were served
and excellent music furnished by the
Wailuku Quintet club.
A heavy rain prevented many from
up country from attending.
At midnight, it was announced that
from that time on the dance would
be a leap year affair and the ladies
at once chose their own partners.
Dancing was kept up until some
time after midnight.
Many took advantage of the train
service which was found to be most
convenient. The rtccips were-slight-
ly above the expenses. v
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of B.
K. KAIWIAEA, late of Flana, Maui,
The Undersigned, N.Omsted, hav
ing been appointed !; the Hon. A.
N. Kepoik.ai, on Ociol er 24, 1907,
'Admini-trutor of the Estate of B. K.
Kaiwiaeu, decease 1, hereby gives
notice to all persons having claims
against the Estate of said deceased,
to present the sumo to Mm, ttt his
office in Hana, Maui, T H., within
six months from the date of ihe first
publication of this notice, to wit; with
in s'x months from :e 7t'n, day of
December, A. D. 1907, uhet.ier such
claims to secured or mil, v s.-mc will
be forever urred.
Dated nt Hana, ibis 5'h, day of
December, 1907. "
N O.M.ST ED,
Administrator of t he Estate of B.
K. Kaiwiaea, d. ceased.
Dec. 7, 14. 21, 28, m. 4.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING!.
Pursuant to the Ai tieles nf Asso
ciation and By Laws, tl c Annual
Meeting of Stockholders of The Bald
win National Bank of Kahu'ui, will
be held at iu Banking House in Ka
hului, on Tuesday January 14th, 1908,
at 10 A. M. for the purpose of elec
tion of directors to serve for the en
suing year, and such other business
as may be brought up.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Dee. 28. Jan. 4, 11.
Notice is hereby given that the Co
partnership heretofore existing bei
tween the undersigned, doing business
on the Island of Maui underfill) name
of A. Do Rego & Co, has bi en cissolved
by mutual consent, and the business
of said concern will be carried on und
conducted by Arcenio do Rego. All
outstanding accounts or debts due
said Co partnership are payable sole
ly to Arcenio Do Rego and all indent
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
The following observations have
been made by persons on seeing tin
construction work of the New Wailu
kti Court Building.
Said one gentleman noticing tin
studding all around the building, ti
carry the forms for, the concrete
basement walls. They are giving ie
a wooden bu'iding after all, and I do
not believe those 3x4 studs are strong
enough to carry tlie second story
that they are going to build of con
Said another after noticing the
hallow spaces in tne concrete block".
I suppose these hallow spaces arc
intended to carry t'.if plumbing,
electric wiring etc. There are ahout
3000 such spaces in the entire Wall.
Said another after studying over
the face plates for the concrete
blocks. -I fail to see any hollow con
Crete blocks about these and what is
more they are much too thin to carry
any weight. Hi remarks wete
broken short by an explanation from
a companion, who said: "The wall
will be like any other wall but with
the face plates fastened on showing
the hollow front.
Said another: Where are you cjlt
ing and dressing this stone you are
using? After being told it was con
crete he interposed the suggestion
that" the blue rock face front was
obtained by grinding up tho. blue
H awaiian stone to a powder and then
plastering it on with cement."
Said another gentleman from Ho
nolulu: I see you are using Hawaiian
Blue stone in the second story. Bow
uniformly it is colored; you must have
gotten this stone from the bed of the
Said another gentleman from up
lounlrv: Will not the moisture from
heavy rain that will gather in these
hollow blocks create a breeding place
for mosquitos etc. and perhaps inter
fere with the interior plastering ' of
the building? He thought they might
bo covered where they come through
the roof. The eyplanatiou followed
that the area ways around the build
ing were! intended to carry all inns
ture from the building.
Another gentleman with some legal
learning held that the floor j i-its
should be laid solid instea J of bein4
spaced to prevent the tloor from
caving in and bulging.
As provided fyr in Chapter 45, :f
the Revised Laws of Hmaii. 1905,
In accordance wi!h Section 1 ot
Chapter XXVI of the la of ISSt!:
All persons holdi.ig water privi
leges or those paving water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1908, will be due and payable at
the ofl'eeof the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of Jan
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1908, (HO
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
he Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku it Kahului.
Wailuku. December 15, 1907.
Dec. 21, 28 and Jan. 4
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 ifs Banking House in Wailu
ku, on Tuesday January 14th, 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. LUFK1N,
Dec. 14, 21, 28. Jan. 4, 11.
Pursuant to the Articles of Asso
ciation and By-Laws, the Aunual
Meeting of Stockholders of the La
haina National Bank, will be 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 ciisuing
year, and such other business as may
be brought up.
C. D. LUFK1N,
Dec. 21, 28. Jan. 4, 11
New Goods Just Arrived
Those were in (ended for Christ
mas trade. To dispose of them
quickly we have made the price
Eberly ii.fs iu 1 lb. jars, $ .40 Maine lilueberrie, .30
" V 2 lb. " .60 Glace Fruit in 1 lb. boxes, .70
" ami Dates laiyo jars, 1.50 French Nougat, per lb. .65
Oneida Cherry Jam, .30 . Fberly Stalled Dates, ,40
Bishop's h " .35 Figs " with nuts, .50
Koiller's Gooseberry Jam, .35 Dry Crystalizeil Ginger 1-2 lb. tin, .40
Currant Jam, .30 " " " 1 lb. tin, .65
World l'rand Strawberry Jam. .35 Glace MaiiHarin, .90
" Raspberry Jam, .35 Puree Do Foie Gras, .20
" Loganberry Jam, .35 Anchovy Paste, .25
Liiewe arc a jcw or me special
prices we are making which are
sure to interest you. The goods
are A ery fancy and are the fin
est to be had.
J Properly selected Wall Papers
will add more than all else to the
harmonious furnishing of a home
be it a mansion or cottage ever so
A Make your selections from
"Prize" Wall Papers for 1907.
I Everything in Wall Paper from
the cheapest that's good to the
bat that's made.
3 Any style, any quality, at any
price to suit any pocket book.
3 Samples shown and estimates
cheerfully furnished without obliga
tion to buy.
Dry Goods .
Tliese cool mornings and
e vei ling a nice sweater is tlie
tiling to save sickness and
S r ji
Our new wall papers
are now on exhibition.
Many new and beauti
ful patterns. Prices of
?sa fZ3?av rsxTk pwa
28th he exchanged Ihe Cross for the
ANTONE DO REGO.
JAMES I.. COKE.