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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1 908
The Queen Lodging hr use of Wsn
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean b?d, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rpgo, Propriptm .4
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shpphcrd will hold it
regular meeting on Saturday, Jan.
28th at the residence of Mr. R A"
. The Maui Steam Laundry will bp
rea'dy to do work hy Monday Jan.
27lh, Telephone the L- -inrlry and
your work will br called fur.
A Japanese canp planter complain
ed to his consul on Satu-day that Pa
paikou plantation I'hd brokpn its
planting contract with him. He said
there would be a general strike if the
grievance ere not redressed. C.
Brewer & Co., agents of Pipaikou,
have heard nothing; from the planta
tion about a threatened strike1 Ad
vertiser. A conveyance of lands in Tltlo,
Puna, and Olaa by the First Hank of
IIilo to carl S Smith, trustee, for
$32,705,73, has been recorded, toget
her with a mortgage of the same
properties by the trustee to the bank
for the same amount.
Purser Geo. C. Beckle) of the
Kinau is inlroducec! in San Francisco
by the Call as "Captain Beckloy"
and "the only American other than
George Dewey who holds a commis
sion as full admiral. Admiral Beckly,"
the introduction runs, "received his
commission from the late King Kala
kaus and he still prizes it as a souve
nir of the days when Hawaii was a
The quarantine declared on the
port of Honolulu ended hist. Sunday.
Deputy Jailor George Maxwell
went to Honolulu last Friday niftht
conducting an old Pori uguese woman,
Maria da Costa, to tin- Insane Aylum.
He returned Tuesday night.
At the annual stockholders meeting
held or. the 16th, instant J. Garcia
was elected Assistant Cashier of the
First National Bank of Wailuku.
The pile driver is at work driving
piles for the concrete bridge over the
lagoon near the Masonic Temple. A
temporary bridge has been construct
ed near the railroad bridge.
The stock in the Wailuku Cash
Store has been removed. It Is
the intention of the M.mi Dry
Goods fc Grocery Company to con
duct its two stores in Wailuku and
the" new Branch Store in Kuhulni
that has recently been const rur'ted.
The opening of the new store at Ka
hului will celebrated wi'h a grand
display of fire works.
Tl e i;uw Ultipalakua Cuinch Was
dedicated with special services of
dedication a week ago ;ast Sunday.
There W" a largo attendance, and
over $375. 00 was paid to Rev. R. B.
Podge to. v ard the expenses of erect
'rng the building. The church house
'is a neat, frame structure, painted
green with white trimmings, and is
located upon a lot deeded to the
Hawaiian Board by Dr. and Mrs.
Raymond, the owners of the Ulupa
The new lighting -plant recently
installed in the Union Church o'
Kahului will be used for the first time
next Sunday evening at the special
farewell service at which Dr. Albert
Erdman will preach his last sermon.
On Tuesday of this week the Maui
ministers held an importaift meeting
at the Paia Portuguese Church. Dr.
Erdman gave an excellent study on
the "Holy Spirit," Rev. E. B. Tur
ner lectured upon the topic. "What
a congregation expects of their pat
tor," while Hon. John G. Woolley
spoke upou the "Minister's Rotation
to the Cause of Temperance."
The concert to be given at Alexuu
der House Kindergarten on Feb. 8th,
promises to beone of the most in
teresting events of the season.
The Ladies of the Unun Church
will give a parlor entertainment at
the residence of Mrs. II. B. IVnhal
low on Friday eveuing, Feb. 14th.
A short farce, music, something to
eat, and a good time generally is
promised to all who attend. Perhaps
there will be a valentine for you
Come and see.
A small admittance w ill be charged
to help swell the funds of The Wo
men's Aid Society of Union Church
Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8.
Charles M. Cooke came tip to Wai
luku Saturday and inspected many of
the water tunnel1 on the Waih-ku
Su.i.'ar Company's pla.ita t inn.- lie left
Tuesday for Hawaii.
F. .1. Swathing was a passenger
'rom llilo to Honolulu Wednesday by
the Claudine. Mr. Swadling lias been
the manager of the Olaa "tore for the
past iune month-) tim ing the absence
of the permanent, manager'. He was
formerly manager of the la' ge stire
at Makaweli Kauai and siient some
weeks at Waihee on a visit to William
CYmpsic about a year ago.
S. II. Moses, the drummer return
ed to Honolulu by Urn Claudihe. Wed
Robert K. Bonino the moving pic
ture man is in Honolulu. Vhen he
was on Maui over a yphr ago he toolc
many pictures and Jliose he forward
ed to friends here wort highly prized
as they were of a vt ry superior
C. F. Herrick was a passenger to
Maui by the Kinau Tuesday.
Alpssers iiollinger and Davis were
on Maui this week. Ihey are mining
men and will go to Mexico soon. They
are touring the islan'ds and w ere here
some ten vears ago.
George Divies paid Kahului a visit
this week'. He is a sot. of T. II. Davis
of the lirm of T H. D.ivi?--, and com
pany of Honolulu.
R. C. Searle of Honolua came over
to Wailuku Wednesday to attend a
Masonic meeting at Kahului.
Hon. H, P. Baldwin was a return
ing passenger from Honolulu Satur
George Sea was a returning pas
senger to Honolulu Wednesday. He
went to 'Kipahulu and levied an
attachment on some property while
George Robinso i came up to Maui
Saturday and visited his brother W.
T. Robinson. lie attached the twenty
fifth aniiiversai y of the wedding of
his brother Henry R ibinson Tuesday
and returned to Honolulu Wednesday.
He is much pleased with the great
improvement made in Wailuku since
his last visit to Mai which was ten
years ; go.
. Henry Robinson Jr. was a return
ing passenger to Honolulu Wednes
day. He formerly plaved ball in
Wailuku anil has many friends here.
He came up to attend the twenty
firth 'anniversary of ihe marriage of
his ; areits.
Rev. 'Albert Kidman, I). 1) , the
acting patoi- uf - Kah-dui Union
Church li-avi k viih Mi- Kidman on
next week,s Chi' dii.e I'm- their home
in Moi ris.ow ii, X. J li K. daiun
wni picach hi. iasl .-enm-n ii the
Kahului Union Cnurch iK-xl Sunday
evening at sev. u thiriy o el ick. this
service will be a farewell service and
it is hoped that there, will b a large
attendance. Ur. and Mrs. Erdman
have become very much beloved by
all who have known them during '.he
iasl three months and it is with great
regret that the Maui peo iu lose
Deputy Sheriff Edgar -Morton of
Makawao was in town Thursday and
Friday as a witness before the Circuit
Manager McKenzte was in town
Thursday from the Ulupalakua ranch.
George Dunn, Tax Assessor of La
haina, has been attending the Masonic
meetings at their temple in Kahului
Chas. Moltei.o of Paia was a wit
ness before the Circuit Court this
Supervisor W. Hentiiug has been
attending the Masonic meetings in
Kahulu this w eek
Jack Gannon came over Wednesday
evening and attended the Masonic
netting at Kahului. He returned to
Lahaina the same evening. 4
The uotorious ''Rev." Lono and his
spouse spent Thursday night at the
Wailuku jail' for disturbing the peace
as a result of the free use of booze
during the afternoon.
Next Sunday morning, January
19lh, Bishop Moore of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, who is on a visit
to the Islands-, and speaking in all the
Methodist churches, will preach by
invitation a'- the Foreign Church of
Makuwao ie the morning. ,
Hon. John G. Wolley will speak in
Laha:i a in English tomorrow even
ting. He wiil probably lecture in ttie
J newly repaired "Hale Aloha."
IX THE CIRCUIT COURTOF TH K
SEC X I) CI RCUIT, T ERRITOR Y
NoTICK OP DkAWIMI OK GliAMi ANO
Notice is hei-pby givpn that the
drawing of G rand and Trial Jurors
to serve and net as such during the
March 15)08 Term of the Circuit Court
of the Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of (flawaii, will take place iu the
Court Room of the said Court, at
Wailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory oMIawaii, on Wednesday,
the 12th day of Fi bi nary A D. 1808,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
A. N. KEPOIKAT,
Judge of the Circuit Ccurt of the
Second Circuit, T. H,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, January
Jan. 25, Feb. 1.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Monday, February 3rd,
15)08 for furnishing all material and
labor and constructing a one room
school house at Kaunakakai, Molokai,
a one room school house at Kalae,
Molokai, and a three room teacher's
cottage at Kamaln, Molokai, T. H.
Plans and specilieatio.is on- file in
ofllce of Superintendent of Public-
Works, Honolulu, oflice of W. A.
McKay, Wailuku, Maui, and oflice of
Olaf Tollefsen, Pukoo, Molckai.
All tenders to be on blanks furnish
ed by the Superintendent of Publ'c
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tt;e right to reject
any or all bids.
M ARSI'ON CAM PHELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, Jan. 21, 1908.
'Jan. 25. Feb. 1.
NOTICE OF STOCK HOLDERS
The annual meeting of the Ma.ii
Publishing Company, Limited, Vvil
be held at the offices of Mr. D. II.
Case, Wailuku County of Maui, on
Wednesday, February 12th, IShtS, at
7:30 P. M.
Election of officers, amrhal report
of Manager, and such other business
as may need attention and conside
Dated. January lill'n, liKIT.
I). II. CASE,
Jan. 25. F.-b. 1,8.
NOTICE OF ELECTION' OX
At the Annual Meeting of stock
holders of the Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. Ltd. the following ofli
cers and directors were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
D. II. Case, President & Director.
W. E. Bal, Vice pres. & Director.
J. Garcia, Treasurer & Director.
F. Medeiros, Secretary & Director.
T. Burlem, Director.
A. Garcia, Director.
M. J. Moura, . Director.
Secretary Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. Ltd.
TendccH for Supplying Wailuku
Scaled tenders for furnishing the
following supplies for the Wailuku
Jail for the term of teu months, from
March 1, 1908, will be received at the
oflice of .the Jailor, Wailuku, up to
February 10th, 1908, 10 a. m. as fol
1st and 2nd quality Beef per lb.
Pork, per lb.
1st and 2nd quality Salmon per bbl.
Hawaiian Rice per bag.
No. 1 and No. 2 Island Sugar per
bag of 100 lbs.'
Saloou Pilot per lb.
Coffee, ground, per lb.
Collee, green, per lb.
Soap, 90 lbs., per box.
P01, per lb.
Kerosene, per case.
The bidder must be . prepared Xo
furnish a satisfactory bond in the sum
of f500 for the continued and regular
delivery of any or all of said supplies
bid for. The right to lejectanyor
all bids is hereby reserved.
For further informatioe apply to
JOS. F. WELCH,
Jan. 25 Feb. I S.
A In r e slock of 'Victor and Colum
bia 111acl1in.es 011 hand.
A. large sliipineiit of new ( Victor
records just arrived. Some new
pieces and some of the old familiar
Just received a ship
ment of English, Mexi
can, McLellan, army
otticers saddles. Prices
Open Saturdav Evcninffs.