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THE MAU NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1908
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The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday, April 21 , at the resi
dence of Mrs. Ault.
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Kaulahiwa, a kamaaina of Wailite died
at his home Monday April 13th.
Invitations are out for the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. James T. Shaw of l'aia, Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson of Maka
wao are giving a birth day luau in honor
of their daughter who will be one year
old on May ninth.
S. Decker has been appointed manager
of the Maui Steam Laundry and is giving
his personal attention to the new enter
prise. Since he has assumed charge
prompt delivery has been made at nil
times and satisfactory work and prices
W. Keauu of ruuncue returned from
the Territorial Convention on the Mauua
Kea Tuesday evening.
Mr. Nowell has accepted a position
with the Wailuku Suirar Company as
head bookkeeper. lie will be joined
Inter bv his fsimilv.
Captain W. K. Bal returned from the
Republican Convention in Honolulu this
W. T.- Robinson returned from tin
Territorial Convention in Honolulu Tues
day evening. He was one of the dele
nates chosen to tro to the National Con
A. linos returned ou the Mauua Kea
Tuesday.. He was one of the delegates
who attended the Republican Convention
Lieutenant Huiger is expected to ar
rive here today, direct from California to
assist in the work of the Salvation Army
Public Worjs Superintendent Marston
Campbell savl the eneine and crane at
Keauae, Man' have been installed and
are now doiiij( good work in handling
freight and passengers
E. I'. Irwin, for nearly two years of the
Evening Hu!l-tin staff, left Friday morn
ing for San 1 ranciseo in the barkentine
Private Secretary to the Gover, McBride,
Sidled Friday morning in the barkentine
Irmgard on vacation.
J. H. Tottie, veterinary, arrested in
Honolulu for practising without a license
and found guilty in the lower court, lias
appealed his case to the Supreme Court.
Governor Frear will represent the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce at the Mo-
bunk Conference on International Arbi
tration if he can spare' the time from his
duties in Washington.
Archie Sinclair, a I'unaliou student,
has rigged a wireless plant at his heme
and is able to catch messages as far as
from Barber's Point and Lahaiiia. The
boy's ingenuity reveals an inventive
eniu9 which may some day cause him to
be heard from.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Woolcy will sail by
the Hiloniau April 21. They go at once
to their home in Chicago.
Donations for the yacht are coming in
every day, and it is expected that the re
quired amount will soon be on hand.
The Territorial Board of Immigration
Friday voted to request J. D. Trenor to
visit Hawaii and look over the conditions
with a.view to soliciting European iunni
gratiou. tTreuor is lie who was recom
mended to take charge of an immigratioit
office in New York, the plan beingo
secure the immigrants after arrival in
New York and transixrt them direct
here. Trenor is expected early in May.
Mr. A. I. Silva representing M. Mc-
Inerny, Ltd. of Honolulu will be in La
haina on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th iust
with a complete line of samples of thi
various lines which this well-known firm
carries. He will be iu Wailuku ou April
2S and thereafter for one week. Read
their ad on page 2. '
John Vasconcellos returned from Ho
nolulu Tuesday where he went as a dele
gate to the Republican Convention.
R. B. Crawford of the Kahului Store
left on the Claudinc for lloiiolulu.
Mr. Walters, bookkeeer for the Il i.iku
Fruit & Packing Company left for Hono
lulu 011 the Claudiue.
Miss I'aiy returned to her home iu
Honolulu Vcdnesday by the Claudiue.
She has been a guest of Mrs. II A. Bald
win of Haiuakuapoku.
To close out our ten tire stock
of ART SQXTAltES wc will
give a discount of 25 per cent.
from the following lists.
There are only a few of them
left and your order must come
4 Cotton Art Squiiivs.Dx!) ".()() cih-Ii
1 )x!i .' r.::, "
1 " " " Ox!) 7..r)0 "
i uxi'i r,.r,o "
" " " 0x12 7.0 "
l " oxi-2 r,m "
2 '0x12 T.AO "
1 ' " " 0x1") 8 .00 "
4 Wool Art Sqiutvs, 0x0 !.00 "
1 " " " 0x0 10.00 "
2 " " " 0x9 S.()0 "
2 " " " 0x0 (..(Ml "
'2 " " " 0x11 12.(K) "
1 " " " 0x12 l.'i.OO ' "
:3 " " " 0x12 i0.r,o "
l " " " 0x12 lo.ro "
i " " " oxi2.... io.no
A do Rego has made an offer to the
County authorities to sprinkle the streets
of Wailuku without cost to the County
provided they will give him the water
and cart and allow him to collect from
the residents for the service.
Mrs. F. P. Rosecrans of Paia was a
passenger 011 the out going Claudiue
C. Hansen returned from Honolulu
Tuesday evening where he went as a
delegate to the Convention.
The Arizonan arrived in Kahului Wed
nesday with much flour, grain, and lime.
She will take three thousand tons of
sugar from that port ami will probably
The Nebraskau left Kahului Tuesday
with a cargo of sugar.
Mrs. Beaumont was a passenger to Ho
nolulu by the Claudiue this week.
Mrs. D. If. Nicholson and her son Sid
ney left on the Claudiue Tuesday.
H. B. Welter met with what might
have been a very serious accident last
Saturday night. He was using Acetyline
gas tor nis auto lamps and lighting a
match to see what was the trouble tht
gas ignited and burned off all of his eye
brows and came near putting out his
eyes. He was taken to the Malulani
Hospital where he was treated. He suffer
edno serious injury but it wa3 a close call
The Wailuku Union Church was beau
tifully decorated with palms last Sunday
evening. Rev. R. B. Dodge preached a
sermon appropriate to Palm Sunday
Next Sunday, Easter, there will be
special music at the evening service, and
the Church will be decorated with lilies
and stephauotis. The collection will be
for missions. Envelopes will be provid
ed iu the pews, so that the attendants
may give to any mission Board that they
wish, and the offerings will be ' forward
ed, and original receipts will be giveu to
the respective honors. All offerings not
otherwise designated will be forwarded
to the Hawaiian Board of Missions in Ho
nolulu. David Denny a surveyor arrived in
j Wailuku Tuesday, lie is looking for
W. J. Moody has giveu np his business
in Kahului and has opened up a shop iu
Billy Greeu is still 011 Maui iu the in
terest of M. Philips and Company;
II. M.Gittel is representing Hofl-
schlugtr .J i Maui this week
Mr. Spitzer the traveling man left for
The Omaopio injunction suit is on this
week before Judge A. N. Kepoikai.
L. von Teuipsky and W. O. Aiken are
in Wailuku this week as witnesses in the
Omaopio injunction suit.
Mrs. Mary Gannon died at the home
of Ijer son in Lahaina on Thursday after
noon at 4 o'clock. She was born in New
and was 7S years of age at the time-of
her death. The funeral took place yes
terday at 9 a. m., Rev. Weymouth offi
ciating. Her son, Mr. J. E. Cannon, is
assistant bookkeeper at the Pio:tcer I'Un . -tatiou
office at Lahaina. ,
County Engineer Howell has We;; at
work in Lahaina this week on rot 1 n;ut
. He returned Thursday.
POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION OF
ESTRAYS AND NOTICE OF
On the lSth, day of April 190s, uin
the written application of Iv. R. Lindsay
the animal hereinbelow more fully des
cribed was impounded and registered as
estray 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
Roan mare, branded J. K. on right hind
Notice is hereby given that if the own
er or owners of said estray does not, on
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 im
Hounding 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, on Saturday, the 18th day of April
190S, at 12 o'clock noon, all as by law re
Between Wailuku and the needle one
long bag containing Camera tripod. Re
turn to this office and receive reward.
A second-hand, nickle plated Sterling
bicycle. Cheap, inquire at this office.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 10 A. M., Friday,
April 10th, I908, and then opened by the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, for the construction of the follow
ing roads in the County of Maui, T. II.
1st. Relocation of Haiku-Kokomo road
from Belt road up to Upper Haiku-Pau-wela
road, District of Makawao.
2nd. Relocation of the Paia-Makawao
road 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.
4lh. Relocation of the Paia-Makawao
road from the foot of Kamole Hill op
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.
7tl. Relocation of the Wailuku-Lahai-11
a road from the bridge near Mile post
number 13 to Mile post numWr 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 28, 1908. A deposit of Five Dot
lars will lie required for each set of plans
and specifications which will be refunded
ed when (he same are returned.
All tenders must be made ou. the pro
per blank forms which will be furnished
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.
March 21-28-April 4.
N. B. The opening of above tenders
has been postponed to Saturday, Apri
18, at 9:30 a. ui.
The Regular Quarterly meeting of
stockholders of the Maui Wine & Liquor
Co. Ltd. will be held at the office of the
Company on Wednesday April 22nd
1908, at 7.30 P. M.
Secretary Maui Wine S; Liquor Co. Ltd
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Bank
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office temporarily at Custom House,
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
7 P. M. to 8 P. M.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Mau
The Star Planing Mill
Also carris a lino of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
W. J. Moodv, : Prop.
Hello 472 P. O. Box 75
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of Mr. Ting Ah Lin wish to
express their sincere gratitude to all
friends for the deep sympathy shown
thein iu their recent bereavemeut, both
by the kind assistance rendered, and the
many beautiful floral tributes.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders,