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THE- MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1908
The Queen Lodging hr us" of Wm
lnlu has new rooms new ftiinituie.
clean h-d, 50 cents per uiL'lit.
A. Tin Rcgo, I'rnpi ii'ini ,
The VYomen's Aid Society "f 'he
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
It. B. Podge on Tuesdav nflertioon
January 21. at '! p. m.
flie Stamer Claudine sailed from
Kalmlui for Honolulu last Tuesday, a
day ahead of scheduled ti ne in nrdt"
to undergo a cleaning t:p n 'he dry
A very plpnant surprise party
was given Mr. and Mr. E. H. TIart,
Stiivday evening nn the t wenty first
anniversary of their marriage. Many
friends called to extend their eon
gratulatinns and were givon a 1. early
welcome by the popular host and
The annual meeting of t lie Stock
holders of the Ha'dwin National Dank
- of Kabului was held this week. A
iood showing was made by the
Cashier D. C. Lindsay. The satne
oflicers and directors were elected to
servo for the ensuing year.
. The large new residence of Jurtge
A. N. Kepoikai is nearing completion.
it lias already received its priming
coat of pain I.
A new reside ee for the family of
the late Thomas C'.immings, is being
erected near the b'asebal: grounds.
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Lahaina National Bank
was held Friday of this week. C. M.
Cooke was elected president, W.
Henning vice president, W. L. Decoto
2nd vice president, C. I). Lufkin
cashier, Henrv J. Movay assistant
cashier and A. Anliurg auditor. The
Directors of the hank a re C M . Cooke,
Vv'. TTennintf, W. ii Decnto, C. D:
Lufkin and H. A. Wadsworih.
The Coluinbiaicnnie in Friday and
loaded 4!2 tons of sugar at Kahului.
She left Wednesday for Kaanapali
and llilo Whe re she expected to finish
loading for Salina Cruz.
TENNIS AT PUUNBNIi.
"The final match in (lie lirst
tournament for the cups offered by
Dr. F. E. Sawyer for handicap
men's doubles was played on the
Puuncne courts last Saturday
afternoon. II. E. S'tvage and
F, Baldwin of Puuiiene 'being
matched against 1.). C. .. Lindsey
and Rev. E. li. Turner of Paia.
11ns match was the best three out
of live sets and Messrs. Limfsey
and Turner won bv the following
score 0-4, 0-3, (i-4, and they have
nos.-cssion of the cups until the
next tournament is played, l tie
contest for these cups is open to all
residents of Maui eati man to
choose his 'own . partner, and the
teams are handiraped by a coni
' mittee fromtiie Puunene Athletic
Association, under whose auspices
the tournaments are held. The
cups are to be played for until one
team has won them three time
when they become the property of
the members of the winning team
In the tournament just finished
there have been many interesting
matches and the interest in Tennis
on this Island has been greatly
stimulated by Dr. Sawyer's gener
osity and public spirit in offering
Jot)- Tucker was a passenger this
week by the Kinau to Hilo where In1
will take pu t, in tl,e installation of
olli -el- m the Masonic lodt'e (here.
W. YV. Harris, tor fifteen years
wit.!. Lewei-M and Cooke Vims resigned
hi position wiib tha t -concern and
wenl to Jf.v.vnii this week by Hip
Kinau where lie will take rhut-ge f
he affairs of the Hawaiian Maho.
y a 1 1 v Company.
7,. K. M"vcr? paid W ailuku friends
a visit tbis week He wis on his
w iy home from Hilo where be went
J. S. Ferry, the Hilo attot ney, has
lieen in town on legal bu-iness for (lit!
Mr. J. P. Frnandes Jr. manager
of Scrrao Grocery in Hilo, visited
Maui during the uat week for the
Honorable H. P. Baldwin went to
Honolulu on business by the Claudine
Henry E. Cooper has returned from
Naalehu, Kaj, where as attorney he
arranged a mutually advantageous
cane planting contract, between the
Hutchinson Company and the home
Georgn Leonard ah expert piano
tuner is on Maui this week. He will
robably remain here some time.
Delegate Kalanianaole was added
to the committee on Territories, from
which Speaker Cannon had omitted
him, by unanimous consent of the
House of Representatives on motion
of Representative Hamilton of Michi
Bishop Resturiek has secured .the
Rev. Leopold Krll to become the
rector of the Church of the Holy In
nocents, Lahaina, to succeed the
Revf Dr. Weyreouth, who some time
ago asked the Bishop to relieve hitn
of the work there. Dr. Weymouth
is .very much beloved by the people
II. L. Kerr, the architict came up
Tuesday from Honolulu-in connection
with the work on the Wailuku Court
house that is in course of construc
E. R. Benis came uu on (hp Kinau
Tuesday (o take 'aposition with the
Paia Store as bill clerk. He is here
direct from San Francisco.
Hookano Wniwaiole lias been ap
pointed elerk in '.lie County Auditor'
"Dice. The oflice is of recent crea
tion'and w is found nece.-sary in ol
der to keep a proper record of bills
to prevent the pavincnt of the same
bill.-, more than once. Waiwaiole is
a tu igiil yu tig Hawaii in who has
received hit- e ucalioi. in the Wailu
ku School under the iiistnu t ion of
Pincipul Copeland .
Lt-np Year Dance.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society
will gave a Li ap Year Dance and
Concert at H e Ki.i-l.ts of Pythias
Hall on Saturday evcr 'i g, February
2!lh, to raise Junds with which to
pay the rciiiah.it g di bt on the lb oth
Tickets will ;:on be on sale by the
Death oi u Kamatuiiu.
, It is rumored that J. II. Wilson
the County Superintendent of Roads
lias resigned his position with the
understanding that the same is to
take effect at the end of this month.
Mr. Wilson has had much experience
in road building but has insisted on
having authority that the board
seems unwilling to grant. This is
understood to be one of the reasons
for his resignation.
A Guard was registeted at the
Maui Hotel this week.
E. C. Bryant mad. Wailuku a call
Joseph K. Taylor of Puune.ie was
iu Wailuku this week.
S. H. Moses a San Francisco
traveling man came up on the Kinau
Tuesday and is interviewing Maui
merchants.' He has made several
trips to Maui of recent years.
Miss Uaisy Apo -lias secured em
ployment in the Lahaina public school
as a teacher. Miss Aro passed the
teachers examination here last sum
rncr after two and one half years in
st ruction under Principal Copt land
of the Wailuku public school and was
appointed u substitute teacher iu the
Wailuku school for Mrs. McKay flut
ing her absence on the coast.
The rivalry between the Puunene
and Taia club recently has caused
tennis to become (tie leading sport of
the winter season on cei.tral Maui.
On New Years Day, a match game
between the two lubM, men's
doubles, at Puunene was won by
Putineut! by lli points, twelve players
representing each club. The totai
scores were, Puunene, 140; Pain,
Last Saturday, the 11th, the finals,
of the lirst tournament for the
Sawyer cups were played at Puune
tie courts and were won by Messrs.
Lindsay and. Turner of the Paia club
over Messrs. S.rage and Baldwin of
the Puunene club, the latter playrs
having the disadvantage of the handi
cap. So honors are even between
the two associations.
E. C. Mellor of Hilo who has ac
cepted tbe position of bookkeeper
for the Haiku Fruit and Packing Co.
is said to be a fine tennis plaer,
ranking among the best four or live
The present guava crop is one of
the largest ever known in the Haiku,
Huelo, Makawao region and vicinity.
There seem to be tons of guavas go
ing to waste and no effort made to
manufacture jelly for export.
Monday afternoon, the 13th, the
trustees of Mounaolu Seminary held
a meeting at the Caia plantation
office and on Tuesday, the 21st, the
stockholders of Maui Telephone Co.
will hold their annual meeting at the
Sunday morning, the 12th, Rev.
Mr. E rd in an of Kahului preached at
the Paia Foreign Church.
Friday evening, the 17th, the an
nual meeting of tne Makawao Foreign
Church will be held in the church
parlors. An old fashioned' New
England supper ill lie served. This
event will take the place of the Janu
ary meeting of the Literary Society.
Lahainaluna Seminary bojrs re
turned to school on Wednesday, their
mid-winter vacatiou differing from
that of other government schools.
The hundred tourists talked of a
probable visitors to Halerkala next
month will come from Seattle. A
resident of that city writes th it the
Commercial Club of Seattle is plann
ing an excursion to the Islands in
February and for that purpose has
charted a steamer running between
Seattle and Alaska. A very large
list of passengers has already been
secured. The steamer charteerd is
said to be ofd and possessel of a ten
dency to roll but undoubtedly will
fulllll its misshn in February. '
The drought since Dec. 1st was
broken by a rainfall of 2 or 3 inches
during Tuesday night and Wednes
day morning. The feed of the Kula
Makawao pastures which has become
dry and meager will be much bene
Very cool nights and mornings have
been the rule lately.
A few new goods just arrived:
Borden's Condensed CoU'ee,
Boston Brown Bread,
Cranberries in 211). lins XXX,
S & W Catsup,
llicci Olive Oil in Uallon Tins,
Selected Gold Medal Olives,
Sauerkraut in 21b. Tins,
Wild Rose Honey,
Bradland Fish Balls,
Silver Crown Drips,
Assorted IX L Jams,
C. & B. Pickled Walnuts,
; In addition we carry a full line of
family and staple groceries.
Chiloonjxa Crystalized Ginger,
Glaced Fruits in 111b. boxes,
St titled Figs, i
White Cherry Jam,
Figs in Jars,
French Mixed Candies 1-2 and lib. boxes,
Marshniallows in boxes,
Turkish Nougat, ,
Tscnc. Shaw, a recent resident of
Maliawan died in Honolulu at the
Queens ilos' :ial on Ji nuaary 11th
He was seventy (t ree years of age
at the time of his death and had lived
in Mnkitwiio rnauv vears where lie
was well and favorably known.
He left Maui a few weeks ago with
Mrs. Elmira M. Johnson is care tak-
er of her, hour in Honolulu. When he
was taken ill she Mnt him to the
Hospital and provided him with the
best medical attendance anil after
his death had him buried near Pearl
City by H- H- Williams.
VI. B. Lyons left f.ir
the Claudine Tuesday,
to ret' rn today.
Dan Conway is in town
H. Daveis & Co.
D. L. Austin of Messet s E. O. Ha!
and Sou has returned from Ins vaca
tion tiip lu Ca'iforn a and is on Maui
fur h.j lii in '
The I'laudine took several head of
horses and seventy head of pigs to
Honolulu frein up Country this week
arness and Saddlery
Just arrived from New York and
$1 4.00 to 1S.00
.15.00 lo 40.00
Sheep Skins YeHow and White.
I.atigo Straps '
Whips at all prices.
Portuguese Float Pineapple
HONOLULU, January 14.-IIale
mano Agricultural Company, Limit
ed, 'Mas tiled its articles of association
in the oflice of the Treasurer of Ha
waii. From the tenor of the instru
ment it is shown that the company
Is formed to conduct pineapple culti
vation and canning in the district of
Thrifty Portuguese constitute the
charter membership of the corpora
tion. Its capital stock is $301)0 in
100 shares of $30 par value each,
with the privilege of extension to
$25,000. Eighty six shares ore al
ready subscribed for and $300 paid in.
The term of the corporation is (he
usual one of fifty years.
John Comes Duarte, president,
takes 23 shares; J. P. Mydciros,
secretary, 10 shares; Jonn Monu, Jr.,
six shares; Jose I. Souza, 10 shares;
John G. Moleiro, 10 shares; the rest
of 'the subscriptions being divided
between five others. ,
Have you ever paid this department
a visit? If not, it will pay you to ee our
I. ace Curtains
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Notice is hereby giveu that a
meeting of the Stockholders of the
Bismark Stables Company Ltd. will
take place at the Company's Office in
Wailuku on Friday the til s t day of
January 100S at 2 P. M. for the pur
pose of electing oflicers 'of the sa'.d
IMted January 17, VMH,
l!i7lnark Stables Company Ltd.
y Hy A. G. DICKENS,
ry Goods Department
Boys' and Ladies' Sweaters and a
swell line of Dimities.
U.LU 1 STK
Open Saturday Evenings.