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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATUPDAY, MARCH 21, 1908
Last week we promisee you bargains on iliis
page but we are anxious to call, your attention to
the line of Embroidery Silks tbat have just arrived.
Carlson Currier's make, all colors and shades.
Order by number or shade.
FILO, ROYAL, DRESDEN, ROPE,
MT. NELICK, EMBROIDERY TWIST.
Fast black in various grades, from 25 cents to
75 cents per pair. Regular price fully 50 per cent,
Edging, Insertion and llouncing. New pat
terns arri ved by Nebraska n. Prices 10 cents to
81.00' per yard. This is one of the most beautiful
assortments oi embroidery you have ever seen.
O p en ' Saturday
Hi totj. -(t f yi iJruft i tint 1 I f nfift f iT VI
The Big Store
Avith little prices
- z.:x juw&hc j..ra. v . . tmi
5 Locals anb personals 1
The Queen Lodging house of W;jiluku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Rev. Win. B. Olesen the new secretary
of the Hawaiian Hoard will preach at
Kahului Union Church next Sunday
morning at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. at
Wailuku Union Church.
I).)Ctor K. T. ri-.illips the bee specialist
at Washington I). C. is on Maui this
week looking over the field in the in
terests of the apiariests of the Territory.
He is accompanied by 1). L. Van Dine
the entomologist of Honolulu. James
Munro of Molokai has been with the
party and assisting thtui with whatever
information he is able to give.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shcphertd will hold its regular
meeting on Saturday, March 2KU1 at the
residence of Mrs. J. N. S. Williams Ka
hului. With the annual convention of the
Evangelical Association 011 hand this
week and the Circuit Court and grand
jury in session, the hotel accommodations
have been taxed to the limit.
At the concert to be given at the Arm
ory to night March 21, for the benefit of
Kaahuuiauu Church. Mrs. Judge Whitney
the well known Honolulu pianist, will
Civil Kugineer Taylor has completed
his work with the Kahului Railroad com
pany and left for Honolulu this week. He
will -ta .1 go to Hawaii w here he has
Rev. Mr. Ault has returned troin Hana
u ml the services at the Church of the
Good Shepherd next Sunday w ill be as
"Dam," Patterson was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
The Nebraskan finished loading Wed
nesday at Kahului.
The Chehalis is in port with nitrates.
Manager I'. F. Ilaldwin went to Hono
lulu this week.
McAuliff the jockey returned to town
Senator A. N. Hayscldcu was in atten
dance at Court Wednesday. Ik' n turn
ed in the evening in company of Super
visor W. Heuning.
Chas. K. Fardcn is over from I.nliaina
in attendance at court as a juryman.
11. Waggoner is 011 Maui this week with
a line of goods from II. Hackfelds.
R. II. Hitchcock of Molokai is over on
A notice ca'.li ig for scaled tenders for
the construction of roads in the County
of Maui, appears elsewhere in this issue.
F. 1'. Rosecr.ins is to be the successor
of T. M. Church as manager of I'aia
store. lie was in Wailuku Tuesday
evening to attend the reception to Gover
E. C. Smith of Pear! City is registered
at the Maui Hotel.
W. Robb of Kaainipali came over to
Wailuku Wednesday. He had not seen
either Wailuku or Kahului for nineteen
years and was much ph ased with the
great improvement made in the two
places since he last saw them.
Williah L. Whitney and wife ure re
gistered at the-Maui Hotel. Mr. Whit
ney is representing the Attorney Generals
Department at this session of the Circuit
Chester A. Doyle came up from Hono
lulu Tuesday to act as Japanese interpre
ter for the Circuit Court.
The Hoard of Supervisors held a meet
ing Wednesday of this week.
liilj had a billboard. Bill also had a
lxiard bill. The Ixiurd bill lxmal Hill so
that Bill sold the billboard to pay his
board bill. Sa after Hill sold his bill
hoard to pay his board bill, the board
bill no longer bored Kill.
Karl Koi.ndah! and Miss Irene Lewis
of Hana were marred at the home oi
Doctor and Mrs. W. li. 1 leas on the 17th.
Rev. W. Ault i.'.liciatcd. Tie young
couple have in my friends em Maui who
wish tlii-ui a happy m.iiried l ie.
CARD OV- THANKS.
The Committee on Refreshments for
the Governor's reception takes this means
of thanking the many ladies who kindly
contributed refreshments f..r the occasion.
EDM! Nil H. HART,
Notice to Republicans.
Agrcea lilv to the tonus of tin
Oflicial Call for Tlic lii'publiean
National Convention to lie licld in
Chicago on June 111, 1!)0S, and pur
suant to tin? rules of the Iiopulili
can Party of tin; Territory nf Ha
waii, the fiepuhlietin Precinct
Clubs throughout the Territory are
hereby notified to hold primaries
for the election of delegates to a
convention to be held in Honolulu
on April 1:, 1908, for the election
of delegates to the National Con
vention. Such primaries Khali be
held on Saturday, the 2Sth day of
March, 190X, and shall remain
open between the hours of U and Ij
o'clock p. 111. of said day, and the
precinct roll books shall be open
for the enrollment of 111 embers un
til the close of the poll as afoie
said. The judges of election of
each precinct shall furnish the suc
cessful condidatcs with certificates
of election and shall make report
of the result of the poll to the
Secretary of tin; Republican Cen
tral Committee, Honolulu.
The number of delegates to
which the precinct- will be entitled
are a follows.
COUNTY OF MAUI.
1st Precinct, Lanai
2nd " Hoiiokohau
.'!ril " Lahaina
4tii " Waihee
Jth '' Wailuku
(Uli " Puuiiene
7th '' Keanae
Sth " Nahiku
9th "' Hana
10th '' Kipahulu
11th ' Kaupo
l'Jlli '' lluolo
loth " llamaku.ipol
11th " ' Makawao
loth '' Kihei
17th " Halawa
ISth " Pukuo
19th " Kaunakakai
JOlli '' Kalaupapa
Sealed tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 10 A. M., Friday,
April loth, 1 ejus, and tin 11 opened by the
board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, for the Construction of tin.' follow
ing roads in the County of Maui, T. II.
1st. Relocation of Haiku Kokomo road
from belt road up to Upper Haiku-l'au-wela
road, District of Makawao.
2nd. Relocation of the I'aia-Makawao
ro;ul from Kaliianui to the Ccmetiiy,
3rd. Relocation of licit roa'. In, in !'.: .
Hank of :.;aliko Gulch to Main . !.
ward l'atiwela, District of Maka .. .
4th. Relocation of the l'aia . ', . i
road from the foot of Kanioh
lKisite old Grove Ranch H u- ,,. ;
4 ,o Court House, District of ."I ,.
j5th. Relocation 01 the Hell road from
Kuau to Ma'iko, District of M.,kawio.
bth. Relocation of licit road ac.-oss
Ma:iko Gulch, Makawao District.
71I1. Relocation of the WaihiUii-Liih-ii-na
road from the bridge near Mile post
number 13 to Mile post rr 14, Dis
trict of Lahaina.
The various plans and s; vesications
for the above roads can be obtained of
the undersigned at his office at Wailuku,
Maui, T. 11. 011 and after Saturday,
March 2S, n,oS. A deposit of Five Dol
lars' will be required for each set of plans
mil specifications which will Iv refunded
jd when the same are returned.
All tenders must be made 0:1 the pro
per blank forms which wiil be furnished
intending bidders iq.011 application.
The Hoard reserves the right to reject
my and all bids.
l'e-r order of the Hoard of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
I It 'Gil HOWELL,
March 3 1 -S -Apr! ..
i liiivo only two (ienlle
s Jilnc Sci'o( Suits of
mums Ilofl'inann et Ilotli-
mlil I)ldke Jolt.
LMiit- suits sell in
I'oi- S-'O.OO, our
? 1. 00 por suit.
V. A VJU'LESKN, Prop.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hi.n. A . Iv ik.iUiiI, I'iicuii Juil0'e-, tViillUHU
Kiliminil II Hart. Clerk Circuit 1'e.url. Wuiluku
Jiiil'u V. A. McKay Hist Maninlraie. V:iiluku
" J. Ii.ianl
" l.'llii.s. Copp, " "
" K llllll'.lau, "
" J. Kalania, " 1
" Piln.anu, "
" C. C. Cuuraal " '
' K ilii'iilmlahulu, ' '
W T. ltuliiuson, Tax Assessor
J. N. IC. Keulii, Deputy Assessor
A. !'. 'I'm arcs
1 II. Ki-iiii-r, "
Win. Hi nulu r, Siiici'visiir, C'liainnaa
S. K. Kaiii'', "
.Jai-kkv Sk.. 1.. Wailuku
ANTONE BORDA, Prop.
l'Vill Sine of poiiiilar lirati-l-- ol
'.V IN liS, LKJUOUS,
Celebrated Primo & Seiis
Uott lort Deer
25c 2 Glasses 25c
T. M. Chureli,
W 1'. Ilaia,
T T. !.'.vers,
i. II. Case,
W. b'. Crui'kett.
I.. M. Kulilvin,
CouMy A licriii-y
!)' l-uly l 'oiitily Attoniey
J. J. CAFJEV
nvrr First National liank
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
C IA) TH INCH A j'S A N P OA l'S,
CLKANKI) AND DYKI).
Special attention paid to Ladies'
MAKK'i:r ST. Wuiluku.
POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION OF
EST RAYS AND NOTICE OF
On the 7th, day of March 1908, upon
the written application of E. R Lindsay
the aniiiials hereinbelow more fully des
cribed were impounded and registered as
estrays at the County Pound, located nt
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
One white mare branded on the right
hind leg M with two characters below
Notice is hereby given that if the own
er or owners of said estrays does not, oil
or before the day and the hour hereinbe
low 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 un
rounding of said animals the same will
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
1608, 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 1 2th, day of March 1908, upon
the writteu application of E. R. Lindsay
the animal hereinbelow more fully des
cribed was impounded and registered us
an estray at the County Pound, located
at Kahului, District of Wailuku, County
of Maui, the number, description, and
brand of w hich estray is as follows: One
rtd cow no ear marks branded with what
appears to be a Chinese character upou
the left hind leg.
Notice is hereby given that if the own
er of said estrity does not, 011 or before
the day and the hour hereinbeluw 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 snid
animal, the same w ill be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder, at the
County Pound, located at Kahulifi, Dis
trict of Wailuku, County of Maui, 011
Saturday, the 2SU1 day of March 19.18, at
12 o'clock noon, all as by law required.
MANUEL SKO.UK IRA,
HUGH M. COKE.
Fine Job Printing ut the
Maui Publishing Co.