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'HE MAUI NEWS-
- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1908
Poll taxes arc now due.
The Queen Lodging lie use of Wm
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean b'.'d?, 50 cuts per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprietoi. t.f.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the (lood Shonherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
11th at the residence of Mrs. E. fl
The American Hawaiian's local
steamer Dispatch left Sa:: Francisco
on January 21 with a full load of
freight for Honolulu Kaanapali and
Hilo. As was announctd in the wire
less service on Monday she had the
misfortune tostrike the reef on trying
to enter port for the first time.
The San Francisco Call says that
Geo. Beckley "is the only American
other than George Dewey who holds
a commission as full admiral Admiral
Heckley received his commission from'l
the late King Kalakaua and he still
prizes it as a souvenir of the d.iys
when Hawaii was a kingdom."
The delinquent tax list for this
division will be published next week
in the Maui News.
A shipment of 250 tons of lava rock
w(,s recently made from Hilo to a
firm in San Francisco who will use
the rock in making water filters.
The annual meeting of the Maui
Publishing Company Ltd. will be held
next week February 12th.
The Chinese have" been ce lebrating
their New Year this week.
An area of 505 acres of pineapple
land, on Oahu, has been leased to ten
Japanese by C. A. Brown, agent for
theJohc Ii esUte. The Japanese
have the privilege of releasing and
will at once begin to cultivate.
There will be a:; inspection of Com
pany 1). National Guard of Hawaii,
in Hilo on Thursoav February 13. by
Major S. W. DuDiiing of the 20th
Infantry, U. S. A. Local officers are
directed to be ready for drill com
mands by the inspection officer, with
returns and reports in duplicate.
Company I seems to be doing less
drilling than formerly. This is to be
regretted, as the company has done
' good service and the boys deserve
tne support cf the community and
The list of officers of the Bismark
Stables Co., Ltd., is published in this
Notice of a meeting of the Uismark
Stables Co. Ltd., is published else
where in this issue.
Don't fonret the Valentine Party
on Fridcy evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Penhallow.
You'll have a good lime, if you come.
The Hawaiian cow boys have won
the roping Contest, on Hawaii. The
Hawaiian? ate natural born horse
men and their winning the Contest
from the Cowboys from the Coast
was what was expected from those
who know how skilful the Hawaiians
are on horseback.
Many Japanese have applied for
certificates of Hawaiian b'u th. This
will entitle them to vote at the com
ing election. They may also take up
The Board of Education held an
executive session Tuesday to bear
charges against one of the lady
teachers for alleged immoral con
duct. As the charges were not sub
stantiated the hearing was con
The Republican Primaries will be
held March 28th.
Judge Dole was recently sustained
in the Stanley Dollar Case. That
steamer came to Honolulu for the
purpose of taking Japanese to San
Francisco aud so advertised. She
had no license however and was com
pelled to land what passengers she
took at Victoria. The Japanese
libelled the vessel aud were awarded
1:5000 dauiaize bv Judjje Dole. The
Court of appeals unanimously sustain
ed the decision of Judge Dole.
The Kahului Store is having a re
tail store erected between the new
Church build'ig and the large ware
house of tie Merchandise Department
of the Kahului Railroad Company in
Kahului. The cement piers are
already completed and the building
will be coinulete in a few months. It
will bo a valuable addition to new
Dirty dollars are not cleansed by
throwing one of them into the con
The Alddina Patt' Cigar is one of
the best Cigars on the market.
An interesting communication from
Captain Robert J. Graham, the ma
tcrofthe Erskine M. Phelps, Am
ericas linest ship, has heeu received
l y tris office which will appear in
our next issue as the communica
tion was not received until the paper
was ready to go to press.
It should be a matter of pride to
all Americans that the Krskiue M.
Phelps, built at Rath Maine is the
fastestshipnfln.it on any sea. SI e
hi'ds seven worlds records.
A moving picture exhibition has held
the attention of the residents of Wui-'
luku during the past few evenings.
The performance is the best yet proi
duced on Maui and with electric lights
''inuld prove highly satisfactory.
Molokal Supervisor's liuby
Chr-ln tenct .
The iufant oaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Meyer of Molokti was
christened last Sunday morning, Feb.
2nd, at the Kalnuauhu Church where
the Rev. I. D. Iaeu, formerly of Hai
ku, Maui, has recently become the
A. Enos returned from Honolulu
Tuesday where he went last week on
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin and
two children, returned to Maui by
way of.Kahului by the Claudine Sat
u relay afternoon.
Captain Robert J. Graham came,
up from Kahului Tuesday to meet
Mrs. Graham who has been on J visit
Mr. and Mrs. L. von Teinpsky and
two children were registered at the
Mali Hotel Friday.
H. E. Hendrick, manager the Ha
waiiun Iron Fence and Monument
works has been on Main this week in
the interests of his firm. He reports
business as good on the island.
1 Albert Waterhousc came up from
.Honolulu Tuesday and registered at
the Maui Hotel.
E, B. Andersen left for Kauai on
the Claudine Wednesday. He has
been employed on the Waihee division
of the Wailnk Sugar Company dur
ing the past year as a luna.
Albert Waterhouse returned to
Honolulu by the Claudine Wednesdjy.
, Ferdinand Hons of the Merchan
diee Department of the Kahului Rail
road Company was a passenger to
Forester Ilosmer was a returning
passenger to Honolulu by the Clau-.
dine this week. While in Wailukn he
paid this office a call.
Clerk of the Federal Court Murphy
paid Wailuku and this office a visit
Wednesday. He was on his way to
Honolulu from Hilo.
Eugene Devauchelle was in Wailu
ku this week.
Mrs. Soares, the wife of Rev. A.
,. Soares of Honolulu returned home
by the Claudine Wednesday. She has
beeu visiting the family of Rev. M.
G. Sautos of Paia.
Charles Murasky and Mrs. Muras-
ky went to Honolulu. Mr. Murasky
will return today.
Rev. M. G. Santos will conduct
memorial services at the Portuguese
Protestant church of Paia Sunday in
memory of lung Carlos and the
Crown Frince of Portugal who were
murdered by anarchists one week
Mrs. McNicol returned to her home
in Honolulu oy ine uauuine tins
weelf. She has been visiting the
fainilj of S. Decker of Wailuku dur
ing the past three months.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
The aruual meeting of the Maid
Publishing Company, Limited, will
be held at the offices of Mr. D. 11.
Case, Wailuku, County of Maui, on
Wednesday, February 12th, 19US, at
7:30 P. M.
Election of officers, annual report
of Manager, and such other business
as may need attention and conside
ration. Dated, January 19th, 1907.
D. II. CASE,
Jan. 23. Fob. 1, 8.
Notice ii hereby given that at the
Regular Seion of the Board of
Supervisor hekl in their room at
Wai'uku, County xT Maji, Tei ritory
of Hawaii, on the 9th day of Jan. A.
I). 1!H)8, a pound was , established in
the old Government Pound in Wai
aim, Kennae, in the District of Hans;
and that Ben Wilkius was on the
above mentioned date duly appointed
Pound master for the above described
Hoard of Supervisors.
W. F. KAAE,
County Clerk County of Maui.
NOTICE OF SALIC Ol- GENERAL
LEASES OF rt'RLlQ, LANDS. 1
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 24, 1908, at the front entrance uf
the Judiciary Tiuildiug, Honolulu, there-,
will he sold under the Provisions of Part
5, Land Act 1S95, (Suction 27s to 2S5 in
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii) General
Leases of the following described tracts
of land on the Island of Maui, T. H.
(1) 1 58 acres a little more or less of
the agricultural and grazing land of
Term of Lease, five years from June r,
Upset rental, $540.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
(2) 5.25 acres more orless of the Gov
ernment Remainder of the land of Ala
mihi, Lahaina, consisting of 'about 4.25
acres of x)ud and Uibout 1 acre of kula
Term of Lease, five years from March
Upset rental, $-,0.00 per annum, pay
able annually in advance.'
The usual reservations regarding land
required by the Government for settle
ment or public purposes will tie embodied
in these leases, and an additional con
dition in 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 Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., January 22, 190S.
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22.
Tenders for Supplying Wailuku
Sealed 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
office of the Jailor, Wailuku, up to
February 10th, 1908, 10 a. m. as fol
1st and 2nd quality Deef 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.
Saloon Pilot per lb.
Coffee, ground, ptr lb.
ColTee, green, per lb.
Soap, 90 lbs., per box.
Por, per lb.
Kerosene, per case.
The bidder must be prepared to
furnish a satisfactory bond in the sum
of $j(0 for the continued and regular
delivery of tiny or all of said supplies
bid for. The right to lejectanyor
all bids i3 hereby reserved.
For further information ai ply to
JOS. F. WELCH,
Jan. 25-Feb. 1-8.
The Board of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui will hold
a meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, 011 Monday
the 2nd of March 1908 t 10 A. M. to
consider the application to Patrick
Cocke tt for a Restaurant License to
sell intoxicating liquors iu the pre
mises formerly occupied as a saloon
in Waikapu Maui and situated on the
Wailuku, Maalaea road, under the
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
Ail protests or objections against
the issukuce of a license uudcr said
application should bo filed with the
Secretary of the Board not latr than
the time set for said hearing.
February GUi 1'90S.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board ol License Commis
sioners. Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29. ;
. This office is inJebted to Delegate
Kalanianaole for valuable documents
sent from Washington.
We have just received a new ship
ment of the best makes of Shirts, Under
wear and Socks. Come and see them.
jNcav and handsome shades and patterns.
is made in London by highly skilled
turners and sil versmiths and warranted
with fair usage not to crack 'or -burn.
T. & 13; Plug Cut Tobacco. If yon
have not secured a pipe tobacco to suit
your liking, try this.' It makes a cool
and fragrant smoke and does not bite
the tongue. We also carry in pipe tob
accos: Old Chum, Capstan, Staple Grain,
Lucky Strike, and Pure Latakia, with
a full line of smoker's supplies.
We have just received
A Box Couch is a combination ward
robe and couch. We make these great
room savers to order with coverings to
suit in our Furniture Department.
V larirc assortment of Souvenirs, Post
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assortment of 13. B. 13. Briar
This well-known brand of pipes
ankefs and Comforters.
Cards and Novelties.
a fine line of