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AU persons are expected to attend the
reception to Governor Frear on Tuesday
evening, March 17th.
The Women's Aid Society of the Union
Church will meet with Mrs. R. B. Dodge
on TiU'tduy afternoon March 17th, at 3
r- ' .
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night.
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The Textan arrived in port Friday anil
Alcana of Makawao went to Houclulu
this week and will visit China during
the next six months. lie is known as
Akann Liilii and is a wealthy man. He
has resided in Maui many years and is
well and favorably known.
Captain D. F. Nicholson is expected
home from Honolulu today. He met
with a serious accident to one of his eyes
and has been under treatment of a
specialist for some time. It is under
stood that the captain will recover the
sight of his eye.
County Attorney D. II. Case left for
Honolulu Tuesday. He -expects to re
Judge A. N. Kepoikai was a passenger
W bv the Claudine Tuesday for Honolulu.
Harry Decker, a son of S. Decker, re
turned from Honolulu Tuesday evening
He is a student at Punahou College and
came home on account of being ill.
Attornevs Warren nd W. O. Smith
c:ime up from Urn ;olulu Saturday and
n turned Tuesdav. ihey were in Wai
luku and Kahului while here in the in
terest of Judge Kepoikai who seeks a re
appointment as Ciicuit Judge.
Mrs. E. B. Carley went to Honolulu
this week to bring back her daughter
who has been in school in the city.
Attorney J. M. Vivas went to Honolulu
tn business tins week.
I). B. MunWk the auditor for Alcvau
der and Baldwin returned to Maui by the
Brother George came up from the city
Attorney James L. Coke w ent to Houo
lulu Thursday on leeal business connect
ed with the bond issue for the County ol
Maui. Treasurer I,. M. Baldwin aicom
oanicdhim for the same purpose. 1 Uey
will be back today.
THE MAUI NEWS
This Space Reserved for
personals ' 1
The fence commission for the Makawao
District met on the eleventh instant and
rendered their decision in the matter of
fences to be built between certain lands
owned or controlled by the Raymond
Ranch and the Wallace estate and the
Keahi estate. The commission ordered a
t and wire fence to be built between
the lands of the ranch and the land of
those two estates and ordered that the
same be completed in sixty days rem
Mrs. Jennie Scott came upon the Kinau
Tuesday to her daughter Mrs. Curtis who
ame down on the Santa Reta.
Jamie Wilder and Doctor Clark of Det
roit Michigan came up on the Kinau
Tuesday to spend a camping vacation on
Fast Maui. They expect to camp out all
of the time and will pitch their tent
wherever they choose. They will travel
through the unsurpassed scenic beauty of
Keanae and Nahiku.
Dr. J. J. Carey went to Lahuina Satur
day morning on a professional visit. He
returned Monday much impressed with
the beauty of this histoiiic city by the
sea. He left for Honolulu Friday to
meet his wife and children and escort
them to their future home in Wailuku
Mr. Alexander and wife were passen
gers on the out going Clauding Tuesday.
Mrs. James Lloyd and two children re
turned to the city this week.
A Shepherd has spent a few days this
week and last week among old friends
whom he knew here many years ago. lie-
is the master mechanic of the Waiauae
plantation where he 1ns been constantly
eumloved for over twelve years. lie re
turned home Tuesday.
Noa. W. Aluli, the Deputy County At
torney of Hawaii returned to his old home
in Wailuku Saturday 011 a short visit to
his relatives. He will return next week
Mr. Fitspatrick of the firm of Fitpat
rick Brothers of Honolulu has been on
Maui during the past week with a choice
line of cigars and tobacco. He carries
the Adelina Patli the William Pciin Cigar
the Rough Riilders and the Doctor Cigars.
Thev are all first class and regularly
sought after by those who are choice in
The iuw pool and bowling room of the
M ini Hotel will open today.
Twenty-four indictments were
returned by the Federal grand jury
Tuesday morning, in a report toU.
S. Judge Dole. The illicit still
business leads in the number of
cases, but there are several counter
feit and other cases.
It is understood that the jury
ade quite an investigation of
Iwilei and discussed Iwilei condi
tions a good deal, but nothing was
said about the matter in its report.
Some changes and reforms, how
ever, wiU result in the Iwilei dis
trict from the work of the jury.
Jacob Rosenberg, the alleged
water front Fagin, who got off on
trials from last term indictments,
is accused again.
The list of indictments is as
Moses Koki, embezzlement money
Martin Keogh, smuggling.
Joshua 1). Koki, embezzlement
money order funds.
Jacob Rosenberg, receiving stolen
Ong Too Wan, possession of
Paia, unlawfully carrying on
wholesale and retail liquor dealer.
John Kakae, adultery.
Su Cho Hun, making and having
in possession counterfeit coins.
Kim Key Wog, having in pos
session counterfeit coin.
Ah Fa, illicit distilling.
Hashimoto, illicit distilling.
Koga, illicit distilling.
Ah Wan, illicit distilling.
hh Sai, illicit distilling.
Daisy Wagner and Albert Too
Lloyd Smith and Uachacl Weig
M. J. Colto carrying on business
of retail liquor dealer without pay
in l' tax.
tains: of the
The semi annual nu-i ting id' the
Association of the Evang- lien I
churches of Maui, Molukai and
I.anai will hold its first session on
next Wednesday nmrhing at tn
o'clock with t In- K.inhuiiianu ( 'laui'h
The session will bo i.ccu . '. v
the usual business of the ci.'.i-'. .
the Sunday Schools and thi
ol' Christian Endeavor.
There will lie, ho.vcv .-. - 1. '.
interesting addresses b'
siieakcrs. Tin- hour for these ad
dresses is half past nine o'clock
very day, beginning with Thurs
day. The first addnss will In- given
by the Rev. W. 1!. (Mi-son, the newly
elected scent a ry of tin- Hawaiian
Hoard. On Friday at nine thirt-
Rev. R. 15. Dodge will speak ujmhi
"I'raycr, Tin- Heart of Religion."
On Saturday morning at nine thirty
Rev. K. R. Turner will spi-ak. His
topic is "The l'astor and his Christ -
lan jMiilcavor rvicuty. wn .Mon
day morning the address will be by
Rev. W. 15. Oh son "Tin-l'astor and
his Sunday School."
On Thursday night there will be
a rally at Waihee, and mi Friday
night a rally at Waikapu.
On Saturday evi n'mg, March '21,
a coiiecrt, the tickets for which an
now on sale, will be le-ld lor thi
benefit of the Kauhuiiianu Church
On Sunday evening at half-past
S.-Vi'U ReV. Will. 1. Oli-Soll will
preach at a union Hnglish service to
U- held in the 1'nimi Chun h.
Fuji Kuiima and Fuiita'i he Ku-
jiina, illicit distilling.
John I'aris, illicit distilling.
Moses I.ono and Samuel I.uhiau.
altering money order.
Toiehi llayashi, perjury.
Kong Yong Soon, making and
having in possession counterfeit
SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1903
One of the main topics of discus
sion in Honolulu today is the cable
from Tokio stating that Japanese
warships are being hurriedly load
ed with coal and supplies and that
Japan 'is undoubtedly preparing
Such a statement from the Asso
ciation Press, a conservative and
accurate news agency, is full of
possible significance to those is
lands. "The next lew days will
be full of the deepese possible in
fluence on our island destiny for
years to come," said n Honolulu
man who is about as familiar with
the situation lure and in Washing
ton as anyone in the islands.
As China is without a navy, the
rush of preparations in the Japa
nese navy is regarded as scarcely
to be considered as for China alone.
And if it is meant for the United
States, the Japanese licet might
soon be on its wav here. Here i
the way the matter is figured out
in well informed military and na
"If Japan is to war with the
United States, the time to begin is
when the American licet is on the
last part of its way to Magdalena
Hay. That U now. The American
fleet is now at its worst. The ves
sels have dirty hot touts and the
supplies and coal are about as low
as they ever will be. liive the fleet
a bit more time and it will be clean
ed, re-supplied and at its full
"If there is to be war, Japan
will strike her fust blow at Hawaii.
Using Hawaii as a base she can at
tack the entire Pacific coast of
America, choosing her own place.
So if there is to be u war, Hawaii
may expect to be quickly occupied."
1 bis is the sort of "dope tin
strategists in town were giving out
today. It is all the spiculati.n
caused by Japan s preparations
POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION OF
ESTRAYSAND NOTICE OK
On the 7th, day of March 1908, upon
the written application o E. R Lindsay
the animals hereinbelow more ully des
cribed were impounded and registered as
estrays at the County round, located at
Kahului, District of Wailuku, County of
Maui, the number, description, and
brands of which estrays is as follows:
One white horse, branded P. on right
hind leg. ,
One white mare branded on the right
hind leg M with two characters below
Notice is hereby given that if the owtii
er or owners of said estrays does not, on
or before the day and the hour hereinle-
low lixetl for the sale thereof , make claim
thereto, and also pav all pound fees.
charges of advertising and notifying,
damages line and expenses 01 driving,
connected and having to do with the im
pounding of said animals the same w ill
be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the County Pound, located at
Kahului, District of Wailuku, County of
Maui, 011 Saturday, the 21st day of March
160S, at 12 o'clock noon, all as by law re
quired. MANUEL SEQUEIRA,
2t. Pound Master.
POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION OF
ESTRAYS AND NOTICE OF
On the 12th, day of March 1908, upon
the written application of E. R. Lindsay
the animal hereinbelow more fully des
cribed was impounded and registered as
an est ray at the County Pound, located
at Kahului, District of Wailuku, County
of Maui, the number, description, and
brand of which estray is as follows: One
red cow no ear marks branded with what
apiiears to lie a Chinese character uiwu
the left hind leg.
Notice is hereby given that if the own-
et of said estray does not, on or before
the day and the hour hereinbelow fixed
lor the sale thereof, make claim thereto,
and also pay all pound fees, charges of
advertising and notifying, damages due
anil expenses 01 driving, connected and
having to do with the impounding of said
animal, the same will be sold at public
auction 10 iiu- uigiiesi milder, at the
County Pound, located at Kahului, Dis
trict of Wailuku, County of Maui, on
Saturday, the 2Sth day of March 1908, at
12 o'clock noon, all as by law required.
As far as local conditions are
concerned, no serious difficulty is
anticipated. There is more than
ample force here to preserve tin;
peace should it be threatened.