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THE MAUI NEWS
These are the latest dev
elopment in the cooking
line, They are new and
complete. .Turn a valve and
light the burner, that's all
there is to it, then cook;
when you have finished
For Kitchen Comfort ruse turn out the fire, all the ex
the Dangle? Vapor. Stove , pense Ceases Could VOU
Good Cookers and Bakers. m Safe, reliable v
JSS. ask for any thingibetter ?
Fire is immediately available at all hours of the day or niLrht.
No wood to ehop.
No dirty coal to handle.
No ashes to dispose of.
Is perfectly clean.
No kindling rcquiredj except a match.
Cheapest fuel obtainable.
Heat can bo increased or decreased instantly.
,No wasting of fuel by heating stove in unnecessary places.
Foods cooked in this manner are much more nourishing and wholesome.
Saves time and worry.
No danger of fire. These stoves have been approved by the National Board
of Fire.Underwriters and are on their list of permitted stoves. -
See them in our Furniture Department.
BEG. U. S.
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MERCERIZED SEA ISLAND EMBROIDERY FLOSS
A iipw Enibioidcrv Cotton, made in snme sizes, same twUt. same luster and
fame FULL LINE OF STRICTLY FAST COLONS as wash silks,
for which you will find it a perfect substitute at much less cost. (Skeins are
twice :is large at much lower pi ice.)
Six sizes in Hard
Twist, white only,
for I I.irJ.ini;er and
Mount Mcllkk Em
Work, Hedtbo or
Danish Cut Work,
A tnftpr twist In
white only pre
ferred by many
ting and White
In All Colors
Perfect for Ken
si n g t o n and
In 2 1 colors, for
bold effects in
I UK VVo.M hN
111 i mm c
5 terfW:! J
For punning ribbons
through Hnjjerie. Only
7 cents per pt'i.
We carry in stock all colors
in India Rope and Couching
All sizes except Couching, 3c. per skein, 30c. per
dozen. Postage, lc. per doz. extra. Couching, 8c. per
skein, 90c. per dozen. Postage, 4c, per dozen extra. Vj
For the kitchen and
home, the. ideal sharp
ening stone. Quickest
and best. Only $2.50
.tfrac, EZSTsa jtZs. vtb
with little prices
Xocals anb personals
F. W. Knight, a carpenter in the em
ploy of A. P. McDonald, the contractor
who is building the new Court House rode
to the top of Haleakala Sunday and spent
the night there and returned Monday.
He was greatly pleased with the trip. He
left this week for Ililo and will take in
the crater before he returns to Honolulu
where he has some work that must be
done before he goes to Oakland on a visit
to his fajuily. While here Mr. Knight
made many friends.
A number of sailors of tl e four masted
ship Atlas left the ship here and took
passage on the Claudiue to join the large
army of unconployed sailor of Honolulu.
H. B. Weller lias returned t& Kahului
from San Francisco where lie went re
cently on business connected with the
Union Oil Company. Mr. Weller has
been promoted to the position of General
Manager of the Company for the Terri
tory and will have a much larger Geld
and better position than he formerly held
with the Company.
N. Omsted came over from Haua oy
the Claudiue Wednesday and paid Wai
luku a visit.
J. H. Wilson, the ex-County .Superin
tendent of Roads, came over from Molo
Engineer Dale of Puunene came to
Wailuku Tuesday to meet a Friend from
Henry Reuter paid Wailuku a visit
Wednesday on his way to Honolulu where
he will represent Nahiku as the delegate
to the Republican Territorial Conveu
Attorney W. A. Kinney and son arrived
by the Mauna Kea Tuesday and w ill re
main some days in Wailuku. Mr. Kinney
will represent the Wailuku Sugar Com
panies interests in the arbitration betweeu
the Company and Carl aldeyer.
The Nevadan came into port Sunday
and left Tuesday evening. She took a
large list of local passengers to Honolulu
Captain Parker has beguu his duties as
pilot of the port of Kahului. He was the
Captain of the Claudiue for many years
and has many friends on Maui.
The annual Stockholders meeting of
the Maui Soda and Ice Works was held
Monday of this week at the office of
the Company. R. A. Wadswort was elect
ed President, L. M. Baldwin Vice Presi
dent, C. V. Lufkin Treasurer, Hugh M
Coke, Secretary and D. H. Davis Auditor,
This wa9 the seventh annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Company and
many of the stockholders who were mem
bers of the Company then are still stock
R. B. Crauford has been promoted to
the position of head book-keeper for th
Kahului Store which position he is filling
to the satisfaction of the public and his
eiuphsycra. He has succeeded Mr. Smta
ton who left to become the book-keeper
for I'niou Mill Company of Kohala Hawaii.
Mrs. J. Garcia left for Oakland, Cali
fornia, Friday evening, she will be join
ed in May by her husband and the two
will then go East on a vacation. Mr.
J . Garcia expects to be away alxuit three
months and will visit all of the principal
eastern cities before his return. He may
go as far east as London. Mr. Garcia's
vacation has been earned by close ap
plication to business since his connection
with the First National Hank, of which
he is now assistant cashier.
Clark Biggs left A. Fernandes place at
Paia at three o'clock A. M. Sunday for a
walk to the top of Haleakala. He missed
his way on the first part of the trip and
went at least two miles out of his way
but started on the right road about six
o'clock from Awana's and reached the
top about four o'clock in the afternoon.
On the way upVe was detained by a
thick fog bank. He is much pleased
with the trip.
The streets have been unusually dusty
lately as the use of the sprinkling cart is
necessary on the new macadam recently
C. F. Herrick of Honolulu came up to
Wailuku Tuesday and is taking orders
Attorney James L. Coke returned from
Honolulu Saturday where he went oii the
County bond issue matter that is now be
fore the Supreme Court.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold, its regular
meetiug on Tuesday, April 7, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Carl Waldcyer.
The large four masted ship Atlas is in
Kahului harbor loading Sugar for New
York. She has many thousandsof gallons
of California wine aboard for the east. A
number of sailors deserted her here and
went to Honolulu by the Claudiue,
William Whiteside has resigned his
position with the Maui Agricultual Com
pany and left 011 the Nevadan for the
Coast where he will make his permanent
Dr. J. J. Carey will go to Lahaiua Wed
nesday of next week and 'remain four
days on a professional visit. Those wish
ing dental work should see him while he
is there. ,
Mrs. W. G. Scott and her sister Mrs.
Blackburn were passengers by the Neva
dan to Honolulu Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Enos Jr. underwent a serious
operation at the Malulaui Hospital Mon
day of this week. Doctor Dinrgar per
formed the operation. Mrs. Enos is get
ting on nicely.
E. O. Born has resigned his position
with the Kahului Store and will open up
an agency for Fred Waldron of Honolulu.
David and Alfred Wadsworth have
bought a very neat driving cart and are
breaking in their pony.
Doctor Fitzgerald the veterinary was a.
returning passenger to Honolulu Wednes-
James Delancy has resigned his posi
tion as chief engineer on the tug Leslie
Baldwin and went to Honolulu Wednes
day. He has been succeeded by engineer
Judge and Mr. Will Whitney return
ed to Honolulu last Friday evering.
They have been guests of County At
torney and Mrs. Case and Rev. and Mrs.
Attorney A. G. M. Robertson came up
to 'Wailuku Tuesday evening and will re
main to represent the interests of Carl
Waldcyer in his claim for damages
against the Wailuku Sugar Company
The dispute is to be settled by arbitra ,
The (Jueen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents jier night.
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth returned frotn
Hilo Friday where she went to see her
mother who was ill.
J. P. Cooke was a returning passenger
to Honolulu this week by the Claudiue
Ernest Russell is fust becoming one of
the most popular clerks that has been in
the employ of the Kahului Store for a
Doctor J. H. Raymond went to Hono-
lulu Tuesday by the Nevadan.
It is announced that W. A. Sparks will
have charge of the new retail department
of the Kahului Store. The store is in
course of construction and when com
plete! will be one of the most elegant
stores in the Territory out side of Honolulu.
Tin' imiiii.il Din tin;: l ' t! ' ' -
ildclV of till' M.llli I! H'iliy '. '
tinti will I'i' In M at tin Cu.r.
uiiight April 4th nl 7 : :0 i'. .' i .
iliwsi' Hit' it .-tril 111 r.iVint;
tin' A-'siK.'intiiiii shi'ulil 1111
point to lie prr.-vnt .
TIiiti; will In- iiiUi'ii of inten
oni'i'i'iiiiig tin- l'i'i' i'iit,ir.iiiiiii',
tin' fourth of .Inly.
CARD OF THANKS.
c it :i
Sealed Tenders will be received by the
Superintendent o Tublic Works until 12
in. of Saturday, April 1 8th, for the con
struction of a one room school house at
Olowalu, Lahaina, Maui, T. II-
Plans and specifications on file in the
office of Superintendent of Public Works
and Mr. A. Waal, School Agent, Lahaina,
I All tenders to be on blanks furnished
1 by the Superintendent of Public Works.
I The Superintendent of Public Works
: reserves the right to reject any of all
! MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 27, 190S.
April 4, 11.
. Enos wishes to publicly thank those
who assisted in his election Saturday as
delegate to the Republican Convention.
KI1IKI PLANTATION CO.. LTD
INOTICli TO STOCKHOLDERS.
All persons liohlmi' certiliiuiU's
of stock if) the Kihei Plantation
Company, Ltd. in numcs other
than their own and who inny wish
to ilispose of saiel stock are urgent
ly miuesU'd to have came trans
ferred in order to avoid delay if
payment id made on July 1st, lDO.
No stock can be pnrehaued except
from htockholdors of record 011 that
J. P. COOKK,
Treasurer, Uihei Plantation Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, March -JOlh, I'.KK
CEAUA Rfl'.lil'.U TREES at f s .00 per
W. G. SCOTT,
.Sealed Tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until 12
in. of Thursday, April 16th, for the con
struction of a one story frame teacher's
cottage, at Waihee, Maui, T. H.
Plans and specifications on file in the
office of Superintendent of Public Works
and W. A. McKay, School Agent, Wailu
All tenders to be on blanks furnished
by the Superintendent cf Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, March 25, 190S.
April 4, 11.
posite old Grove Ranch House to Maka
wao Court House, District of Makawao.
5th. Relocation of the Belt road from
Kuau to Maliko, District of Makawao.
6th. Relocation of Belt road across
Maliko Gulch, Makawao District.
7th. Relocation of the Wailuku-Lahai-na
road from the bridge near Mile post
number 13 to Mile post nvtniber 14, Dis
trict of Lahaina.
The various plans and specifications
for the above roads can be obtained of
the undersigned at his office at Wailuku,
Maui, T. H. on and after Saturday,
March 2S, 1908. A deposit of Five Dol
lars will be required for each set of plans
and specifications which will be refunded
ed when the same are returned.
All tenders must be made 011 the pro
per blank forms which will be furiiished
intending bidders upon application.
The Board reserves the right to, reject
any and all bids.
Per order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
1 County Engineer.
March 2i-2S-April 4.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 10 A. M., Friday,
April loth, 1911S, and then opened by the
Board of .Supervisors of the County of
Maui, feir the construction of the follow
ing roads in the County of Maui, T. H
1st. Relocation of Haiku-Kokomo road
from Belt road up to L'pper Haiku-Pau-
wela road, District of Makawao.
2nd. Relocation of the Paia-Makawao
road f from Kaluanui to the Cemetery,
3rd. Relocation of Belt road from East
Bank of Maliko Gulch to Main road to
ward Pauwela, District of Makawao.
4th. Relocation of the Puia-Makinvau
road from the foot of Kamole Hill op-
AN AWKWAllD SLIP.
"You made a inistukr in your
paper'' said an indignant man, en
tering the editorial sanctum of a
daily journal. "I was one of the
competitors at an athletic entertain
ment last night and you referred to
me as 'the well-known lightweight
"Will, arc you not?" inquired
the sixH'ting editor.
"No, I'm nothing of the kind!"
was the angry response; "and it's
confoundedly awkward, localise I'm
a coal dealer."
THE WITTY WIDOW.
"The idea of stopping your ma
chine to flirt with me!'' paid the
pretty little widow at the cross
road j. "Why, you missed a mile
in the race."
"Oh, I don't mind that," laugh
ed the handsome young man in the
big racing machine. "You know
a intsi is as uod as a mile."
The little widow laimhted nierri-
''Hint may be," shu hastened,
"hut I am nut a miss; I am a