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THE MAUI NEWS
- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1908
The Ncvadan now lias a license to
carry passengers to mu from Honolulu.
All parties wisliintf to travel t? Honolulu
by this boat should get tickets from the
Kahului Railroad ollice.
The trustees of the V;ulukii I'nion
Church are this week making a mueh
, needed iinprovenieut in the doors of the
f church building. The present large double
doors are being so placed that they open
oi.vards, and new swinging doors of
fc'ight weight are being hung on the in
side so that church attendants need no
longer suffer from the cold mauka winds
blowing through open doors.
The Nevadan anchored in the inner
harbor during her stay in Kahului last
week. This was made possible by the
recent dredging of the harbor and the
breakwater and while there were high
seas outside the vessel lay as quietly as
she would in Honolulu harbor.
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night.
A. Ho Rego, Proprietor. t.f.
The Women's Aid Society of the Union
Church will meet with Mrs. R. 1?. Dodge
on Tuesday afternoon March 3rd, at 3
Next Wednesday; being AsVwcdties
day, the first day in Ijent, there will be
special services at the Church of the Good
Shepherd. Holy Communion 7 a. m.;
Kvensong and Address 2.30 p. tu.
There will be special music a the t'niou
Church to morrow evening March 1st. at
7:30 o'clock. Miss Mattison, the in
structor of music at Maunaolu Seminary
The addresses at the Church of 'the
Good Shepherd during Lent will be as
Wednesdays: The relation of the
Church to the people and the people to
Sundays; Types'. if nun who crucify
Christ; 1 The Cu.ss as a Fact; 2 Juads;
3 l'i'atu; 4 Caiaphas; 5 Herod; The
A few days ago there was organized an
enthusiastic society ofChristiau Kudeavor
irt Sprecklesville. The first meeting was
held in the home of Mrs. John Tilton.
Twelve members compose the society at
present. Mr. Peter NoaKahokubluna, the
' Vice-President of the Territorial Asso
ciation of Christian Endeavor was called
to organize this society. .
Leap Year Dance.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society
will gave a Leap Year Dance and
Concert at the Knights of. Pythias
Hall on Saturday evetvnjj, February
29th, to raise funds with which to
pay the remaii.int debt on the IJroth
Tickets will soon be 011 sale by the
AUCTION OF FURNITURE.
All the furniture and household
equipments owned by the Estate- of
E, C. Threlfal, deceased, will be sold
at auction at the former residence of
said deceased at Camp 1, Puuneiie,
Maui, on Saturday, Feb. 29, 19(18, at
4.30 o'clock P. M.
J. R. Gomes, recently employed by the
Kahului Hnineh, Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. left Tuesd.iy evening by the
M.itina Lo.i for N.iaiehu, K.iu, Hawaii, to
accept a position i.s'eatn overset r for the
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation.
Mrs. James Lloyd and two children
took the Nevadan to Honolulu last Fri
day. James Love took the Nevadan from
Kahului Friday for town. He returned
Tuesday by the Mauna Lou.
J. M. Vivas, the attorney went to Ho
uoiulji Friday and returned Tuesday .by
the Mauna Loa.
H. H. Hart of the Second Circuit Court
went to Honolulu on business last Fridny
by the Nevadan and returned Tuesday
by the Mauna Loa.
S. Keliinoi was one of the visitors to
Honolulu by the Kinau last Friday. He
returned Tuesday. ,
Dr. J. H. Raymond was a passenger to
Manuel Kno departed for Honolulu
Wednesday. He went down as a witness
before the Federal Court.
John Froelecker, the manager of the
Passion play wishes to meet any of Maui's
T. M. Church will probably leave Maui
permanently in a short time and accept
a better position with Alexander and
lialdwin. Mr. Church has been one of
the most successful business nu n on the
island and as manager of the Paia store
did an immense business to the satis
faction of the owners and to the pur-'
Robert Catton the president of Cation
Neil & Company of Honolulu was a Maui
visitor this week. He returned .by the
Claudiue Wednesday from Kahului.
Albert Waterhouse was up from Hono
lulu this week to attend the annual stock
holders meeting of the Nahiku Rubber
C. D. Lufi-.in, cashier of the First
ational P,:iuk of Wailuku took the
Claudiue Wednesday evening for Laha
ina. He returned to town the next morn
ing by automobile.
Doctor R. H. Dinegar went to Hono
lulu Wednesday and expects to return
D. II.- Davis was a returning passenger
from Honolulu by the Kinau Tuesday.
D. Sylvester manager of the rubber
plantation that is known as the Nahiku
Sugar Company went to Honolulu Wed
nesday to meet his wife and children who
will reside in future with him at Nahiku
Rev. Gulick was a learning passenger
to Honolulu this week.
School Inspector II. M. Wells took the
Claudiue this week for Lahaiua.
George Desha, the Postmaster at Ililo
was iu town this week on his way to the
Dr. E. C. Waterhouse came up on the
Mauna Loa Tuesday to attend the annual
stockholders meeting of the Nahiku Rub
ber Company. H,e returned Wednesday
by the Claudiue.
E. C. Cardinal left Maui Wednesday
for Vuncouver where he will make his
future home. He was employed for some
mouths in the Kahului Store and later
Notice is hereby given that at the re
gular March Session of the Hoard of
Supervisors of the Couutv of Maui Terri
tory "f Hawaii an ordinance defining the
town limits of Wailuku will be brought
up for consideration. The general pub
lic is invited to be present either in per
son or by an authorized committee to ex
press their views and advise the hoard as
to the proper limits to be established.
Dated February 14, 1908.
Chairman Moarifof Supervisors.
W. F. Kaak,
County Clerk County of Maui. 3.t
' Notice is hereby given that at the Re
gular Session of the Board of Supervisor
held in their room at Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on the 14th
day of February A. D. 190S, a pound was
established in the Southeast comer of
It 20 on Puunene Avenue Kahului, in
the District of Wailuku, and that Manuel
Sequira was on the above mentioned
date duly appointed Pound master for
the above described Pound.
Chairman, Hoard of Supervisors,
W. F. Kaae, ,
County Clerk County of Maui.
Great Passion Play
Coming to Maui
John Froelec-kcr-and Engine Pe
vauchcllc will lie in Wailuku Mon-
day ami give an exhibition of the
Passion play at tin1 Knights of
Pythias hall from 1 p. 111. to 11 p
Tin; movinji pictures were taken
from the great Passion play at OIht
Animcrgau where the same is pn
scnted every ten years.
Persons cannot help being impress
cd with the scenes and anv one who
is familiar with the New Testament
etui readily recognize what is intend
ed to 1k represented as well as ca
character in the many scenes.
The Princess Theatre- in lbnx
lulu has been orowded both day and
night for several weeks where this
play has been given. The owners
of the building where the play is
given reserved t lie use of their build
ing for certain days for w hich reason
the owners of the play will visit
Maui and give the residents hen- an
.opiortunity to sec the play during
the days the theatre building is br
ing used in town by its owners.
Every one should see this play. It
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei, ma ka
Halawai man o ka Papa Lunakiai i mala-
tnaia ma kolakou keena oihana ma Wai
luku, Kalana o Maui, Terilori o Hawaii,
ma ku la 14 o Feberuari, M. II. 190S, 11:1
hookaawaleia ae he paaupuui ma ke kihi
Hema Hikiua o ka apana 20 ma ka ala-
nui PuuneiK, Kahului, iloko o ka Apana
o WailutTii; a ma ia Iialawai no hoi ua
hookbhu pouoia aku o Manuel Secpieira
luna no ua Paaupuui la i hooakaakaia
Lunahoonialu o ka Papalunakiai, Ka
lana o Maui.
W. F. KAAE, ,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Maui.
Murphy Again In
the Lime Light.
By the Alaskan we lia e received a
large shipment of Spring goods which
we wish to dispose of as rapidly as pos
sible io make room in this department.
For this reason all of these goods will be
sold at bargain prices: Note the list:
? .2") yd. liougainvill.-n, .10 yd. Seide Cilacc,
. " Cn-pclisse' .2" " Foulard Tissue,
.'() " Costuni Zephyr, .2" " Oxnard Suiting,
.IT, " Swiss applique, " Willsby,
" Duster linen, in., .'20 " (.'anna,
.:',() " Marnnby, .2" " Harlequin,
.2't " l'ois ile Soie, .'2 " Milan Tissue,
.0.-, " Soisette, .o " Newport,
Application having been fileil with the
undersigned, by The Henry Wuterhouse
Trust Company Ltd., Trustees for Phoebe
K. Raymond and J. II. Raymond, for the
buildingof fences between the applicant's
lands situate at Kauiaole, Kula, District
of Makawao, Island of Maui and the lands
described iu Grant No. 466 situate at said
Kamaolc, and another piece of land
known as George Shaw's land.
Therefore notice is hereby given to all
parties interested that on Saturday, the
7th day of March A. D. 1908 at 3 o'clock
P. M. the undersigned will be on said
lands to view the same and hear said
application and meet all parties interest
ed or their agents as by law provided.
Dated at Wailuku, February 21, 190S.
C. D: LUFKIN,
HUGH M. COKE,
J. K. KAHOOKELE,
F'encc Commissioners in and for the
District of Makawao, County of Maui
Territory of Hawaii.
Feb. 29, March 7.
Is the Maui Dark
Horse a Reality?
11. J. Murphy who recently left
Maui foi-llouolulu after doing up
a great many people here in a iinan
eial'way has again liecn heard from
This week a lialdwin National
Hank check for Sixty Dollars was
sent up by liishop it Company for
.The check was made payable - to
It. J. Murphv-and was signed by-
Joseph W. W renn.
There is no one by that name
who has a deposit with the bank in
KUj)iuIui nor is there anyone here
by that name but it isvident that
the party who drew the check did
so with the intention i deceiving
the nartv who cashed it and lead
him to lili v- that that was tin
name of a prominent business man
on tins isi.uiii.
The Cy-hier of the lialdwin Na
tional l'.ank states that the signa
ture to the cheek was evidently
written by the same 1!. .1. Murphy
whose name apixars on the back of
A wireless was sent to Honolulu
to arrest Murphy and hold him at
the expense of the hank.
Murphy recently married a Ha
waii wojian who was formerly Mrs.
Samples sent on Application.
tdies' Shirt Waists, $1.00, $1.50, $1.25.
Regular $1.25, $1.50 and 61.75 Values.
Editor Maui News:
Can you1 with tho aid of your
sporting editor, inform an anxious
subscriber the whereabouts of the
2.0i) wonder, that according to
some Honolulu paper, was shipped
to Maui a short time ago? P.eing
at all times ready to believe in
what I see, I made extra effort to
get next to that Maui prodigy, and
get my winkers on it, but have
failed so far, and as it seems to
have put everybody on the quo
viva, (pardon the use of the lastY
two words, they are borrowed) I
got somewhat excited over it my
self, and the above request follows.
I received a tin to ro down the
track the last two Sundays, with a
hint that I would see something,
and I fully expected that my an
xiety would foe alleviated, but alas,
I only saw some jumping at high
fences, which was done in much
less time than 2.0G.
(Daleine is not explicit enough.
While we may possess considerable
common horse sense, we arc nut
horse men and would kindly sug-
LACES. 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
they will not last long.
NEW HATS. Beautiful iu design.
Orders taken for special 'trimming of the
frames you now have on hand.
Stamping on Dress Goods done at
Our Spring line of Cluet Peabody & Co's shirts
has commenced to arrive. New andbeautitul pat
terns. Everything nobby, and in good taste.
Prices range from $1.00 to $3.00 each.
is well worth the time
t'vrus T. (irei-n. She was in Hono
brother Dale try
lulu with him last week.