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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS-
e 1 1... V..i.;i-
Wit' I ! " H lilt" iiMlllU
The Queen Loduins.' In use nf Wai-
lu lias now rooms now furniture.
an b?ds. ."it) cvnts vr nitrht
l)(i li(3i.". 1 'roprln t m . t..f.
nf the Stock
any will ! he'd tit Masonic Temple
: i Kahului Maui on the 2i!ih instant.
'hp annual iniM-tiiif of the st'ckhnld
Is of thi Maui PublMdnsr Cmoanv
.va held at. the oflienif Attorney D.
J. Case on Wednesday tVmiar.y lii-h
jtil of the former oilier- were it.
.jheted. Tlie ilirc-toi s -l. et"d were
t,I P. Baldwin, Cail Waldeyer nud
,'Tlm hHurinj; of tliP matter of the
,iest Maul and Makawao forest re
frves is to be tmil in Honolhlu Feb.
oflice of tin Hoard of
p jmmissionei s of Agriculture and
Jllave you t ried the William Penn
iiar? They mav be bad at all first
'a- s Cinar Stores
The annual stocKholdet s m"Ptin' ol
ihe Ilysreia Soda and lee Works will
! held at tip Ualdwin National Rank
1 1 Feb. 2 li b at 1(1 a. to.
1 1 y Grpen is drtimmintr trade on
i this week.
ishop Rpstarick will arrive in
luku today. He will preach to
ruw morniii" at tnp 11 o'clock.
vice in the Church of the Good
iherd and in the evening at
bounty Attorney I). H. Case re
. 4ned from Honolulu 1 usday even
. Jr. He was accompanied by Mrs.
p i-e and their youngest daaahtet .
Case is much improved in health
A. A. Hailey of Grass Valley, Cali
Waiiuku last Sat-
flay after an absence of a number
.ears He is a brother of E. H.
'ir many years
Tims been'interested in mining and
a i some vei y rich specimens ith
q. J. Austin, the manager of the
TT twaiian American Rubber Com
iiiy passed through Waiiuku on
pa rT i 1
hit! wa t0 "ono'u'u
IV. L. Hardv of Nahiku was in
in Wednesday. He has been em'
red to assist Countv Engineer
'h Howell in laying out the new
Is authorized by the loan act.
jVl rs. Restanck is visiting Waiiuku
for.' t'ie ,st llme d1 n0 ca,ne
i last instil witti the uisiiop.
ti&. II. Reuter the tax collector of
7a u a was in town for a few days this
'ft ft l!ivenn nf TTnnn! nl n Vine tineii
.,livnrlnir this week to the Waiiuku
abscribors the Hosted directory for
It union kclton Found.
A human skpletou was found npnr
Puuhfle this week that is believed to
tie the remains oT a Korean who was
misled from Camp Seven PmtneiiP a
number of months ajro.
At the tim" thp man was missed
Ihe police were notified by Mr. Von
Sejrcjen, hut no trace of the man was
found until the "-keletun was found
this w.ppk which is believed to bp the
remai as of the rni-si-i; Korean.
A coroners inqnest is bi ing held
out i,n verdict ha as yet been rcn
il 'i .-d and it is not known whpthpr
the man came to his death by natural
ca ises or whether he met foul play
at the hands of some criminal.
Death of Prominent Young Man.
E. C. Threlfall died at the.l'uunen .
Hospit 1 after an operation for ap
The operation was performed
Thursday but as peritonitis had set
in there was no h ipp of his recovery.
M r. Threlfall as assistant manager
of the II. C. & S. Co. and was highly
esteemed as a plantation man and
respected by all who knew him.
lie h aves a wife but no children.
The fu.icral will lie held today by
Lodne Maui A P. & A. M. of which
he was a member.
SUPPLY BIDS OPliNED.
Bills for furnishing supplies for
the Waiiuku Jail were opened by
laikir Welsh on Monday. Two
Waikapu poi makers put in bids
for poi. S. Keliinoi bid two and
one fourth cents tier pound and
wits awarded the contract.
The Waiiuku meat market was
the only bidder for furnishing
meat. Their bid was thirteen cents
for first quality and twelve and
one half cents for second nuality.
Their bid for pork was eighteen
A. Enop and the Maui Dry
Goods and Grocery Company bid
on the other supplies called for
and in most of the articles were
very close. An arrangement was
made by which one store will get
all the trade one month and the
other all the trade the following
FIRE OF INCENDIARY ORIGIN.
Notice is hereby aivpn that at the
Kegiilat Ses-iim of the Hoard of
Supervisor I.pM in their room at
Wai'uku, County of Maji, Territory
of Hawaii, on tho 0th da.y of Jan. A.
D. 1!MI8, a pound was established in
t',i old Government Pound in Wai
ami, Keanae, in tho District of liana ;
and that Hen Wilktns was on the
a novo mentioned di:te duly appointed
Pound master for the above described
Hoard of Supervisors.
W. F. KAAE,
County Clerk County of Maui.
NOTICE OFSALK OF GENERAL
LEASES OE ITIiLlC LANDS.
SAILORS HAVE DRUNKEN ROW.
A number of sailors lioni the
pXMIlC . 1 1IVIW cuiue lll in i u-
iai Sunday and after taking a few
anuls of drinks proceeded to have
rce light. Oiliccr Palea lode in
the crowd and arrested three of
J,i and started away with them
. i ij .1 i . r
ien lie W.is assaiiucu ny one in
liliiis while he was held by
verai outers. wnc samu ni iu io.
ises bridle while one belli the
e by the tail while a third who
an unusually large strong fellow
Urtook to carry u the horse
the rider on its back, lie got
I. of the horses feet oil' the ground
li t iro when he discovered tin
iin was an niiirn .
Deiiulv Sheriff Lake and live
t iier otlicers soon ajiiH iircd mi the
" ne but although much vulgar and
J, Fane laiiL'tlaire was used and the
were defied no further arrest-'
i ... . :i : 1 .,. J ..
' -re lllaue lllllll wminmn- i.n in
. e evening w hen the man w ho bad
hi t i .. i
' irk Ollieer raiea wan luuiiu ii.-in
'"lie street and was linked up fur
tllni'he men were charged with being
-r . i i ..ii. i .........
k ami picao "
live dullar- each.
A lire inquest was held in the
odiee of Shi i ll'' Safb ry, Friday and
Saturday to determine the en use of
the lire ill the residence of .bulge A.
The jury was composed of Antone
do Rcgo, Moses K.iuhimalm iud A.
After bearing much tesjimony
the iurv decided that ihe lire was of
incendiary origin and was the. work
of some unknown person .
Washington's Birthdtiy Concept.
The Waiiuku School will celebrate
Washington's Birthday by means of
a Concert, Friday pvpning, February
21, at 7:30 o'clock.
The pupils will be assisted by the
best local talent, and an enjoyable
evening vs assured.
The nroL'rammo will consist of
choruses, part songs, solos, and
duets, bjlh vocuf and instrumental,
fancy drills, dances, &c. V
The proceeds will be devoted to ti e
purchase of curtains ami other stage
equipment for the school.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 24, 190S, at the front entrance of
the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, there
will lie sold under the Provisions of Part
5, Land Act 1895, (Section 27S to 2.S5 in
clusive, Revised Lawsof Hawaii) General
Leasts of the following described tracts
of land on the Island of Maui, T. H.
(1) 15s acres a little more or less of
the agricultural and ijra.init 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
tnihi, Lahaina, consisting of about 4.25
acres of pond and about 1 acre of kula
Term of Lease, 6ve years from March
I'pset rental, $30.00 per milium, pay
able annually in advance.
The usual reservations regarding land
required by the Government for settle
ment or public purposes will he embodied
in these leases, and an additional con
dition in the lease of the Alaniilii 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, V. O. Aiken, Kahului Maui.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., January 22, I90S.
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22.
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the.County of Maui will hold
a meeting.at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Monday
the 2nd of March 1908 at 10 A. M. to
consider the application to Patrick
Cockett tor a Restaurant License to
sell intoxicating liquors in the pre
mises formerly occupied as a saloon
in Waikapu Maui and situated on the
Waiiuku, Maalaea road, under the
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Board not later than
the time set for said hearing.
February 6th 1908.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board ot License Commis
Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
dru ' )'
.. l th
CARD OF THANKS.
W. Roll!) wish to ex
aiuiri ciaiHiii 01
. I! rt l) nd M rs
.,s their sincere
',1Te assistance given and sympathy
Asvvn by their friends during their
Ill w (
Lcup Year Donee.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society
will gave a Lifap lear uance anj
Concert at the Knights of Pythias
Hall on Saturday even'ug, February
)lh, to raise funds with which to
pay the remaii.ing dent on the broth.
er's cottage. i
Tickets will toon be on sale by Hit;
At an adjourned meeting of the
Stockholders of the Hismark Stables
Co., Ltd. held at Waiiuku, on Feb. 1,
1908. the following gentlemen were
elected oflicers of the Company:
W. T. Robinson, President.
J. M. Vivas, Vice President.
A. G. Dickens, Secretary and Ireas.
A. Enos, Director.
Antone do Rego, Director.
All of which constitute the HoUrd
of Directors of the Company.
Dated Feb. t, 1908.
A. G. DICKENS,
Uismark Stables Co., Ltd
Feb. 8, 13, 22.
Made m La
.Mowers, Wreaths, Medallions, Bol
imet Point d'Esprit, Val Lace,
Frames, every tiling used in making
white and colors,
Linen I Tats in
with materials to work. Ladies who
have their own goods should
it to us and have it stamped.
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF
A line line of Art Linen, Mull, Per
sian Lawn, Indian Linon. A large
line of Linen in Irish and Bulcher in
several grades and colored Linens,
very desirable for embroidering
coats, hats, dresses, children's suits,
articles for table us, etc.
Embroidered Orkeda, Sedo and Pop
Long coa ts arc on e of the latest fads.
We carry all materials and design
them for von.
Get vour orders in earl v as this de-
partmcnt is very busy.
A new lineof Fancy Dress Goods. Only a few
pieces but they are beauties. The first customers
have the largest variety to choose from.
At the Annual Meeting of stock
ROlllJ-February (i, Wo. Charles ! holders of the Maui Dry Goods &
Edward Robb, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Grocery Co. Ltd. the following ofli-
W. Uobb, aged 3 years, 3 months Iters ana directors were elected m
and 2 days at Kaanapali, Maui, (serve for the ensuing year;
Honolulu and S in Francisco papers A H- Case, President & Director.
W.E.Hal, ice pres. it Director,
please copy. J. Garcia, Treasurer & Director.
THRELFALL-At l.unene Dos F. Medeiros, Secretary & Director.
108 E C 15u,'e"i. ' Director.
A. Garcia, Director.
M. J. Moura, Director.
KAAA-Al the Malulav.i Hospital, FRANK MEDICI ROS,
Waiiuku February 1 A t It, 1IMIS, f Secretary Maui Dry Goods fc
Wailama Kaaa. I ro ery Co. Ltd
Just arrived a new line of gentlemen's tailor
mS 6ods direct from the factory. New Spring
styles. Splendid goods. Prices range from $1.75
to $5,00 per yard.
Suits made to order if yau wish. Quick deli
very work done here.
Open Saturday Eveniiirs.