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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY!.!, 1908
HE MAUI NEWS-
ThckQueeii Lodging he use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean tords, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi. t.T.
Tlie Women's Aid Some I y of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
R. 13. Dodge on Tuesday afternoon
February 4th, at 3 p. in.
Come to the Alexander House con
cert on February 8th and hear the
best talent of Maui and foine. from
,A 1'ge still and mi, li okobhii"
wre seized Monday on Man ia valley
by Deputy Collector Ralph S. John
stne. A Jap and his wife were
operating tbe'still. They were bound
over to appear before the Federal
Grand Jurv i Jul furuisbd bail to the
extent of $1000 each
The Paia an:' Puuoene Tennis
Clubs are to attend the Foreign
Church in a body next Sunday m.)rn
ing, Pebiuary 2nd. Rev. E. 15.
Turner, who is himself an ardent
tennis player,' will preach to the
A farewell reception was given to
Rev. I. D. Iaea this week on Tues
day at the Haiku Church. During
Rev. Taea's slay at Haiku, the old
church building was torn down and a
pretty new structure erected about
one mile away hi the viilage of Pau
wela. The membership cf the church
has been much increased by his faith
ful service, and there is qui'e a sum
in the bank-for the building of a new
parsonage. Rev Iaea begins his
writ in the church of Kalouaaha ana
Kaunakakai ou Molokai this coming
' The old church and school building
in Lahaina called "Halo Aloha'1
which has recently been fully restor
ed under the direction of tne Maui
Aid f Association is to be formally
opeiied this, uftermu i), the first day
of February. Tin re will be a luau
unci sale under the auspicies of the
Lahaina ladies. The proceeds dxe
togo to the repair fund. Rev. D.
y. K. White has done the work on
he old building. It is now the larg
st and best equipped hall in Lahai
na. Do not fail to attend the Concert
at Alexander House on February
8th. or yo'jywill miss a rare treat.
'Immigration Bill Changed.
H ON O L U L Q , J a n t a ry 28. Co pies
of the Immigration JJill nmondiivnt.
to permit Hawaii to assist in bring
ing into the Ten ito'y European im
mtgiants, prohibited at present be
cause of the contract labor law, were
received by today's mail from Wash
ington. Gov. Friar also received
notice or the approval of the bill as
introduced by Coiigies-sinau H -pl.mii,
by the House Coicmiltee on Imnii
gratlou. The Committee, however,
added the following section to the
bill in approving it:
"Section 3. That nothing herein
contained shall be construed to admit
to any port ot place of the United
Slate on the North American conti
nent any alien eho is inadmissable
under the provisions of the Act ap
proved May 20, 1907."
"The bill is desigued to permit to
get some of the needed laborers from
desirable classes of Europe," said
Governor Frtar, ,lwhich wo other
wise would never get, for unless they
are helped to come, they never get
acwss the United States mainland,
but ale absorbed as bv a sponge.
There is nothing ill the nature of aeon
tract provided for, txeep'. that woik
will be promised then, but they are
in no ise bound to work iu any
particular place, nor iu i-x t to remain
here i dav after landing if they do
not wish to."
The Ladies of the Uni.n Church
will give a parlor entertainment at
the residence of Mrs. II. R. lYnhul
low on Friday evening, 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 lor you
Come and see.
A small admittance wi!l be charged
to helo swell the funds of The Wo
men's Aid Society of Union Church.
Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8.
Miss Agnes Johnson made the trip
to the metropolis this week, She
expects to return to Paia today.
n . T . tr ... .
uev. jonn v . vtaomnn at coro-
pat led l;is''op Moorn on his visit, to
Mini this eel;. They visjud La
liain iluna and the kindm uarten
while in Lahaina ui.d look Mlie Clau
dine from there to Honolulu Wedneg
Tim Lyons will be succeeded today
by J'shiia Tucker as rHef clerk- in
th? I itid ofl'ee. The sn'iuy is two
hundred dollars per mo tli.
It. J. Murphy left for Honolulu
ednesdr.v on the Ciaudine, During
! e year ti.ut he wus on Maui he has
uecceded in getting into debt to a
greater extent, than any body of his
enlbre that has ever struck the is
land. He was accompanied bv his
wife who was formerly Mrs. Cyrus
It"V. and Mrs. Erdmau left for Ilo
nolulu on the Claudim this week.
Rev. Krdm an lias had charge of the
c hurch a t Kahului during the. past
three months and has made many
friends during the time he was here.
Bishop Moore of Portland Oregon
preached an excellent sermon in the
Wailuku Union church Monday even
ing. He is a most logical and force
ful speaker and impressed his hearers
with his sermon.
Hon. II. P. Daldwin and Mrs.
Ualdwin went to Houoklu this week.
They expect to be gone about two
weeks. Mr. Raldwin will visit Kauai
Mr. mid Mrs. M. Marks went to
Honolulu by the Ciaudine this week.
They were reeeutly married luKahu
lui. Mrs. Marks was a Miss Teresa
Martin. Their marriage took place
last Saturday evening.
Mrs. V. J. Moody of Kahului went
to Honolulu this week.
J. A. Gilman came up from Hono
lulu Tuesday and returned " Weunes
day. lie is the agent of.the Erskin
M. Phelps, the vessel that won the
race to the islands, the master of the
Fort George to the contrary not-withsland.ug.
Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Grinbaum have
been on a visit to the liana Plauta
tiou. They returned by the Ciaudine
Fred H. Hayselden was a passeng
er to Honolulu this week.
L. S. Conness a reporter for the
Advertiser came tin o,i the Kinau
Tuesday. H" returned to town bv
the Ciaudine Wednesday evening.
Dr. Geo. S A'kcn has taken the
Jaskson hoise in Kahuiui nod he and
his mother maved into their new
nome this weik. Toe Doctor has
fitted up an oflice temporarily in the
Custom llou.se where he will bo readv
for piolesri J.ia: wv. 1; iu another
David Flfinin! will occupy the rci
sidetire in Paia formerly occupied by
Dr. Geo.'S. A.kei..
S. Decker the Singer Sowing Ma-
chineinau has announced that he has
joined the Republican party and that
he expects to support that parly at
the coming eiecli in.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till !
SECOND CI KCU IT, TERRITORY
Notice of DitAwi.vi oi' Grand ani
Trial Jriu rs.
Not ice is hereby Riven that I In
drawing of Grand and Tiial Juror,
to serve ami act as such during th.
March 1!08 Term of the Circuit Court
of the Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, will take place in the
Court Room of the said Court, at
Wailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, on Wednesday,
the 12th day of February A. D. 1808,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said
.A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Juds?e of the Circuit Court of th'
Second Circuit, T. H.
Dated at WfOluku, Maui, January
Jan. 2a, Feb. 1.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Monday, February 3rd,
1908 for furnishing nil material nnci
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 u Kamalo, Molokai, T. II.
Plans and specilijatio.is on filo in
office 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 Publx
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves He right to reject
any or all bids.
MA RSI ON CAMPRELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, Jan. 21, 1908.
Jan. 25. Feb. 1.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the- Ma.ii
Publishing Company, Limited, wiT
be held at the offices of Mr. D. H.
Case, Wailuku, County of Maui, on
Wednesday, February 12' h, 1908, at
7:30 P.. M.
Election of officers, annual report
of Manager, and such other business
as may need attention and crmside
Dated, January lOl'n, 1907.
I). II. CASE,
( , Secretary
' 'Jan.' 25.' Feb. 1, 8.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 24, 190S, at the front entrance of
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, there
will be sold under the Provisions of Part
5, Land Act 1895, (Section 278 to 2S5 in
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii) General
Leas of the following described tracts
of laud on the Island of Maui, T. II.
(1) 15S acres a little more or less of
the agricultural and grazing land of
Term of Lease, five years from June I,
I'pset rcutal, $540.00 per annum, pay
able scuii-annually in advance.
(2) 5-25 "ores more ork'ss of the Gov
ernment Remainder of the land of Ala
mihi, Lahaina. consisting of about 4.25
acres of pond and about I acre of kula
Term ot Lease, live 5 cars from March
Upset rental, $50.00 per annum, pay
able annually in advance.
The usual reservations regarding land
required by the Government lor settle
ment or public purposes will be embodied
in these leases, and an additional con
dition iu the lease of the Alamihi land
will require the Lessee to maintain the
pond and kula in a sanitary condition.
For plans and full particulars apply at
the office of the undersigned, Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, or at the office of the
Sub-Agent, W. O. Aiken, Kahului Maui.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., January 22, I90S.
Feb. i, 8, 15, 22.
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF
At the Annual Meeting of slock
holders of the Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Go. Ltd. the following ofli
cers and directors were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
D. H. Case, Presideut & 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.
Tenders for Supplying Waiiuku
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Rootles, Ankle-ties, Capes, with
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Sacques, Tillow Cases, Bibs,
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A lino of Kiheis: Pillows, Bureau Scarfs, Sideboard Covers, Doylies, Sachets, Hand
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Also stamping done to order from exclusive designs. Hundreds to choose from,
including Hawaiian Coat-of-Ai ins and Seal. Let us do your designing without any trouble
to you and at short notice. Linen Hats made from $2.50 up.
A full line of Dresden and fancy Ribbons suitable for Linen Hats.
Medallions for Waists and Coats. Many styles and colors.
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Look at these then'coine and see the goods arid the prices.
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Sealed tenders for furuisliinir the
following Mini-.lies for the Wail il; u
Jail for the term of ten mouili.-, from
March 1, 1H08, will be received at ti e j
office of the Jailor, ' VVailulvu, up to J
February 10th, WHS, 10 a in. as fi
1st and 2nd q.iallty Reef per lii.
Pork, per lb. '
1st, and 2nd quality Salmon per bid. j
Hawaiian Rice per bag.
No. 1 and No. 2 laii Sugar per
bag of 100 lbs.
Saloon Pilot per lb.
Coffee, ground, per lb.
Coffee, green, per lb.
Soap, IK) los., per box.
P01, per lb.
Kerosene, per case.
The bidder mut be prepared to
furnish a sati.-factoi v bond iu the sum
of $300 for the comiuued and regular
delivery of any or all of said supplies
bid for. The right to lejectuuyer
all bids is hereby reserved-.
For further information a( p!y to
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