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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1903
The regular monthly ministers' meet
ing of the ministers of the Evangelical
Churches will be heltl nt the Kiihului
Union Church next Tuesday tuorning at
uine thirty o'clock. Revs, (lulick, Scinl
der, Turner, Santos and Dodge will Tiave
part in the program. Visitors are invit
ed to attend.
The Queen iodyiny In use of Wni
luku has new room, now furniture,
clpan beds, 60 cents per nljjlit.
A.v Do Re(jn, Proprirtoi . t.f.
This week Rev. O. II. Gu'.ickand Rev.
Frank S. Scudder will visit Iaui. They
are both interested in the work of the
Japanese Churches of Central Jlaui and
expect to visit all the stations. Rev. Mr,
Gulick will also visit some of the Hawa
iian Churches. He is a fine Hawaiian
scholar, and is always listened to with
great eagerness by the Hawaiian people.
The steamer Nebraskan departed Sun
day with a full load of sugar from Kalni
lui for San Francisco.
On Sunday evening at 7.30 Rev. Frank
S. Scudder, who Is visiting Maui for the
first time, will preace at the t'nion
Church of Wailuku.
A little adopted 9on of G. G. Seong of
Lahalna died Saturday and was buried
Sunday .v The funeral was largely attend
Don't forget the Leap "Year Djnce at
the Knights of Pythias Hall next Satur
day evening, February 29.
Next Sunday morning at 1 1-o'clock
Rev. Frank S. Scudder w "11 preach at the
Union Church of Kahului.
Company I has been doing much drill
ing lately and passed a credible inspec
tion by Major S. V. Dunning of the V.
S. Army who was here this week for the
purpose. Much credit is due the officers
and men for the interest shown in the
Golden Gate Wheat Flour is the result
of years of study and experiment by
wheat experts. It has all the good
qualities that come from right selection
and right milling. Ask your grocery.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shej herd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Fob.
25th ot the residence of Mrs. D. II.
The Erskine M. Phelps was towed to
sea Wednesday evening by the Claudine.
She has been in Kahului twenty five days
unloading and loading. She took 824S0
bags of sugar from Kahului, the largest
load ever taken from this port by a sail
ing vessel. She will go around the horn
to Delaware Breakwater.
Work on the new Wailuku court house
is being rapidly rushed and excellent
work is being done by the contractors.
The Knights of Pythias gave a smoker
at their castle hall on Wednesday the
19th, the forty fourth anniversary of the
order. Twenty nine members were pre
sent and a very pleasant evening was en
joyed. AUCTION OF FURNITURE.
All the furniture . and household
equipments owned by the Estate r.f
E. C. Threlfal, deceased, will be sold
at auction at the former residence of
said deceased at Camp 1, Puunene,
Maui, on Saturday, Feb. 20, 1908, at
4.30 o'clock 1 M.
JAS. L. COKE,
Womans' Aid Society
At the regular meeting of the
Wopians's Aid Society last Tues
day the 18th, there was read a
sketch of the life of Edmund
Cla rence Stcadman, the American
banker and poet, who has recently
died. Three of his most famous
poems wee also read "The Hand
of Lincoln," "Abraham Lincoln,
Give us a Man," "The Undiscover
- A short sketch of the life of .Ed
mund Alexander MacDowell was
given. MacDowell is considered
the greatest of American compos
ers, lie and Stephen Collins Fos
ter are the only composers in
America who are regarded a truly
American in type. f 1 ' '
The the sketch of Mr Duwdl'ti
life, there was also s'
MacDowell's songs "
eyed maid" and ' O
G, G. Seong ar
'-h to publicly
Frank G. Correa, the Kula rancher,
was a visitor in Wailuku last Monday.
A. J. Spitzcr of Honolulu was a Wailu
ku visitor this wee k.
W. Iy. Dccoto was in Wailuku Satur
day from l.ahaina. He has partially re
covered from his rwcent illness.
James B. Laing of Olowalti was in
Gustave Rose an agent of the Board of
Health and a license collector for the
territory has been bttsv on Maui for
K. Ono, a prominent Japanese business
igent of Honolulu, has been on Maui
during the past week.
Bernard Kelekolio, the "boy orator,"
was 111 town this week on business. He
is now employed as stenographer for A.
L. C. Atkinson in Honolulu.
William Keanu the police officer for the
II. C. & S. Co. was thrown from bis horse
last week and confined to the hospital for
a few days. He was in town this week
but is still suffering from his injuries.
On learning of the vile language used
by one of the sailors of the F.rskine M.
Phelps when the sailor was in town a week
ago last Sunday Sheriff Saffery himself
swore out a warrant for his arrest and
had the offender locked up in jail await
ing trial. As the case was called very
shortly before the departure of the ship
the prosecuting officer had the case set
for a date after the departure of the ves
sel in order to get rid of the man.
W.F. Crockett and H. M. Coke were in
Lahaina Monday on business.
James Lloyd was called to Honolulu
Friday to take another position as in
spector for the government 011 one of its
buildings. He has been succeeded here
by George Weight as inspector on the
court house building.
E. O. Born, the assistant manager of
the Kahului Store went to Honolulu
Thursday of this week to attend the Fed
eral jury as a juryman. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Horn.
II. B. Wellerof the Union Oil Company-
went to San Francisco last week on bus
Mrs. Penhallow left for San Francisco
this week. She has been on a visit to
her son H. B. Penhallow of Wailuku.
R. F. Eugle left for San Francisco this
week where he expects to make his future
home. He was accompanied by his
daughter Miss Fanny Idigle. Mr. F.ngle
has been in the employ of the Paia Plan
tatian for the past twenty years.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. White and
child were passenger on the outgoing
Claudine Wednesday. Mr. White has
developed a large pineapple plantation.
near the pineapple factory at Haiku and
is one of the principal growers of pines
in that locality. . ,
Dr. R. II. Dincgar returned from Hono
lulu Saturday morning. , .
Attorney James L. Coke returned from
Washington Friday night of last week
and took the Claudine the following day
for II1I0 on business. He returned Wed
nesday on the same boat. While the
steamer was at liana he made a flying
trip to the Koolau Rubber Plantation and
was well pleased with the prospects there.
Tax AsscssofA. F. Tavarcsof Makawao
was down to Kahului Wednesday to see
a number of friends off on the steamer.
Hon. S. E. Kalama was in town a few
days this week.
Captain Otwell and Colonel Biddle
came down from Hilo on the Claudine
this week and looked over the ground at
Kahului with a view to recommend the
preliminary survey of the harbor there.
II. M. Gittel of thefirmof Hoffschlegar
was in town this week. He left Wednes
day on the Claudine for Lahaina.
Miss Evf Soholtz was a departing pas
senger by the Claudine.
County Attorney D. H. Case went to
Honolulu Thursday of tins week on legal
Benito Guerrero of Enos Store went to
Honolulu Thursday on a business and
vac .ion trip. He will be gone about a
Burned to Death.
Word has been received here of
the burning to death of a little five
year old daugher of lliapo of Mu
olea near Hana on Tuesday of this
The parents were in the house
at the time while the child was
playing just outside. On hearing
her scream the parents ran to her
assistance to find her entirely en
veloped in Humes. She died an
h nir later.
It is thought she ,vas playing
with muUhe, and accidentally set
tire to her clothing.
POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION OF
ESTRAYS AND NOTICE OF
On the 17th, day of February'looS, up
on the written application oLAIau'l Leval,
the animals hereinbelow more fully des
cribed were impounded and registered as
estrays at the County Pound, located at
Kalua-lunn, Wailuku, District of Wailu
ku, County of Maui, the number, descrip
tion, and brand of which estray is as
follows: One bay horse, small white spot
on forehead, narrow wintering just above
right hind hoof, branded C N on right
Notice is hereby given that if the own
er of said estray does not, on or before
the day and the hour hereinbelow fixed
for the sale thereof, make claim thereto,
and also pay all pound fees, charges of
advertising and notifying, damages due
and expenses of driving, connected and
having to do with the impounding of said
animal, the same will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder, . at the
County Pound, located at Kalua-luna,
Wailuku, District of Wailuku, County of
Maui, 011 Saturday, the 29 day of Febru
ary 1 90S, at 12 o'clock noon, all as by
ifOOLAHA A KA LUNA PA AUPUNI.
Ma ka la 17 o Feberuari 1908, iiiaimili
o kekahi palapala noi a Man'l Leval, ua
hoopaa ia 11a holoholoua cialalo iho nei
ma ka Pa Aupuni, a ua helu ia ma ke
ano he mau holoholoua helchewa mo ka
Pa Aupuni Kalana nuO Wailuku, Kalua
luna Apana o Wailuku, Kalana o Maui,
acia malalo iho nei ka heluna, na hoa
kaka ana, a me ke kuni o ua mau holo
holona helehetfa la: Hookahi Lio Kane
ulaula, Kiko keokeo uuku maluna o ka
lae, lina hulu keokeo maluna ae o ka ka
puai o ka wawae akau hope, kuni C N
maka uha akau hope.
Ke hoikc ia aku nei ma keia ina aole
ka ona o ua holoholoua helehewa la i
olelo ia e kii ae, mauiua o ka la a me ka
hora i hoakaka ia malalo iho nei no ke
kuai ia ana o ua holoholoua la, a e
uku pu ae hoi i 11a koina Pa Aupuni, na
koina hoolaha a me ua lilo o ka boike
ana aku, na koina polio a me na lilo o ka
lawe ana i ka Pa Aupuni, e pili ana no
ka hoopaa ia ana o ua holoholoua la
i olelo ia, alaila e hoolilo ia ana no ua
holoholona la ma ke kuai kudala
ka mea koho kiekie loa, ma ka Ta Au
puui Kalana ma Wailuku, Kalua-luna
Apana o Wailuku, Ktlnna o Maui, ma ka
Poaono, la 29 o Feberuari 1908, nia ka
hora 12 o ke awakea, i kulike ai me ke
Luna Pa Aupuni.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 24, 1908, at the front entrance of
the Judiciury Building, Honolulu, there
will be sold under the Provisions of Tart
5, Land Act 1S95, (Section 278 to 285 in
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii) General
Leases of the following described tracts
of land on the Island of Maui, T. II.
(1) 158 acres a little more or less of
the agricultural and grazing laud of
Term of Lease, five years from June 1,
Upset rental, $540.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
(2) 5.25 acres more or less 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 of Lease, five years from March
Upset reutul, $30.00 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 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, 1908.
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22.
The Kahului Branch Store of the Maui
Dry Goods and Grocery Company open
ed up their new business house at Kahu
lui on Monday of this week.
In the evening a grand display of fire
works from a scow in the harbor was had
and later a magic lantern displayed many
scenes for the entertainment of the
friends of the store. The magic lantern
scenes were given in the warehouse. Over
three huudered persons were present to
w itness the fire works and wish the new
enterprise a successful business career.
S. S. Paxsou has completed his de
livery of the Husted Directory for 1908
for the island of Maui.
Repairs are being made to the whoat
By the Alaskan wc will receive a
large shipment of Spring goods which
wc wish to dispose of is rapidly as pos
sible to make room in this department.
For this reason all of these goods will be
sold at bargain prices. Note the list:
Cocohno gulatcn, S.21.yd. ISougainvillen, .10" Seide Glace, .30"
Madras, . .2-", " Crepelisse, .21 " Foulardfissue, .:J0 "
Clarcinont, .20 " Cost 11111 Zephyr, .2") " Oxnard Suiting, .20 "
Seliuore, .1.") " Suiss applique, .ISO " Willsbv, .20 "
CI lambray, .12! " Duster linen, 2 1 5 in., .20 " Canna, .20 "
Ivaii, ' .30 " JSarnahy, .21 " " Harlequin, .3.1 "
Scotch cloth, .2.1" IV tin de Soie, .21" Milan Tissue, .3.1'
Mercerized Voile, .2-1 " Soisctte, .30 " Newport, .20 "
Ladies' Shirt Waists, $1.00, 8150, $125.
Regular 81.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Values.
J JxVvALJIQ. New Patterns. A very large assortment.
All goods are new, of the latest de
signs and patterns, but we are too crowd
ed and they must be sold. At these prices
thev will not Inst lrmo fnnrlft slirmlrl
; - r ' ' r x r v-.k t M.M. 1. 1- .1 V
be on sale Wednesday afternoon . Take
a trip to Kahului, see your friends off on
the Claudine, and do your shopping all
at one time. Sam ples sent on application.
NEW HATS. Beautiful in design. Orders taken
for special trimming of the frames you now have
Stamping on Dress Goods done at reasonable prices.
Special bargains in canned meats.
Look at the goods; all standard brands.
Prices lower than ever. Here are a few
Armours Veal Iiaf, 211) can,
Lilly's Cottage " 21l "
Libhy's I! raw 11, 2!l "
Libhy's ISoiled ISecf, 21lt "
Armours Minced Collops, 2H "
Our Spring line of Cluet Peabody & Co's shirts
has commenced to arrive. New and beautiful pat
terns. Everything nobby, but in good taste.
Prices range from $1.00 to $3.00 each.
. Open Saturday Evenings.
Koast Mutton, "2!h Me
I.il.hy's Veal b.af 211. " 10c
Armour' Country Club b.af, 21b can, 10c
Viiu Camp's Macaroni and Cheese lib can .!:
' 21b can 11V