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SATURDAY, MAY! 2, 1908
THE MAU NEWS-
Have the Cloth.
Have the Color.
Have the Pattern.
Have the Variety,
Have the Tailor.
Know you can't equal the price.
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We want you to coine
in and allow us to
show you our new line
of Spring and Summer
styles. Also a full line
of suitings for even
Remember we guarantee a fit
and our price can't be beaten.
We want you to know
that you can have a
nobby twopiece suit
made to order from
the best of material
for from $16.50 to
Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits
Full Dress Suit, $38 lo $35.
Tuxedo Suit, $25 to $39.
The material used in our Dress
Suits is the best quality of
The Big Store
with little prices
ii' Xocals anb personals
The Queen Lodging house of VVailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday, May 5, 1908, at the
residence of Mrs. A. N. Cederlof, Wailu
Mrs. A. Enos has returned home from
the Malulani Hospital, where she under
went a serious operatic n. She is con
An operation was performed on Mrs.
Ed. Rogers at the Malulani Hospital last
Tomorrow being the Festival of the
Church of the Good Shepherd there will
be special services and special music.
Mr. A. I. Silva.and Mr. J. H. Jones re
presenting M. Mclnerny, Ltd, of Hono
lulu will display their line of clothing,
hats, and shoes at Kahului today and at
Paia on Monday and Tuesday. Their
business in Wailuku was a decided suc
cess and they intend to visit Maui at least
twice a year in future.
Attorney C. C. Bitting came up to
Wailuku Tuesday on business. -
Secretary of War Taft has asked the
Chamber of Commerce for detailed in
formation relating to the value of build
ings in Honolulu, of plantations on Oaliu
and on other islands and of other im
provements. Tax Assessor Wilder is
now at work compiling the information.
A change has been made in the train
time of the Kahului Railroad Company
for the greater convenience of the public
See their new ad.
lwing to the fact that the price of
le on the ranges has increased the
markets have decided to increase
rice of certain cuts at their shops.
increase it is uuderstood will take
, on May 15th. ,
riff Saffery made a flying trip to
ai Saturday and returned Wednes-
S will be a special service at the
of the Good Shepherd tomorrow
id Mrs. R. N. Corbelay celebrat
woodeu wedding en Monday
2otb. A pleasant evening was
Ralph S. Johnstone of the Internal
Revenue office is on Maui this week.
The schooner Alumna and the Emily
F. Whitney are in port in Kahului.
Rev. J. Kekipi was a passenger to Ho
nolulu this week.
A Portuguese woman at Paia gave birth
to triplets Sunday. Two of tlfe children
Attorney P. N. Kahokuoluna went
Honolulu this week on legal busidess.
The Lansing, oil laden arrived in Kihei
this week and discharged a eafgo of oil
from the Union Oil Company.
E. Omsted returned to Honolulu this
week on the Claudiue. He has been on
Maui to bid his brother N. Omsted good
bye as he and his family will leave short
ly for Idaho where they will make their
future home. Mr. Omsted leaves many
friends here' and on Kauai where he has
resided for many years. He was deputy
sheriff of Waimea Kauai for many yeWs,
Dr. Osmer of Honolulu returned to
town this week. He has been filling Dr,
Sawyers place for a month during the
latters absence on a vacation.
A Japanese hack man let lus team run
away Wednesday while going to the
Steamer. The team started near the rail
road crossing on the Wailuku side of
town and ran nearly to the Slar Planing
Mill when they turned out of the street
and into the front yard of the house
nearest the mill there they were stopped
without doing any greater damage than
giving the Jap passengers a good fright.
Ralph S. Johnstone . of IHe Internal
Revenue office of Honolulu returned
home on the Claudiue.
The S. S. Mexican arrived in Kahului
George Klugel returned from liana on
the Claudine. He is traveling for Davies
and Company who have recently become
the agents for the plantation there.
J. 11. Wilson came over from Molokai
Wednesday and will begin work on the
various roads on which he was the suc
cessful biddi r.
The Wailuku School observed May
Day by appropriate exercises at the
school, after which teachers and pupils
adjourned to the cool shades of Iao Val
ley, where they enjoyed a picnic.
There will be a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Maui Racing Asso
ciation this evening, Saturday, May 2nd,
at the Maui Hotel at which time the pro
gram for the race meet of July 4th will be
adopted. The committee wishes to hear
suggestions from all who have horses or
mules to enter as they desire to meet the
wishes of the prospective participants
while giving the public the best enter
tainment possible. The Japanese offer to
give the executive committee a purse of
Fifty Dollars to be paid to the winner in
a Japanese race. They wish the Com
mittee to hand the purse to a Japanese
lady who will make the presentation in
an appropriate speech. There seems to
be no reason why this generous offer
should not be accepted.
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin was taken ill at her
home Saturday and on Monday was
much worse. Three local physicians
were called in and the services of a train
ed uusse from Honolulu were secured,
Mrs. Lufkin is a Utile better and her
friends are now hopeful of her recovery.
C. A. Bruns of San Francisco is re
gistered at the Maui Hotel.
J. J. Sullivan is again on Maui iutir
viewing our leading merchants.
WF. Cole of San Jose, Calif, has been
engaged by the Kaupakalua Wine and
Liquor Company to manufacture wine
and brandy. He left today for the coast
to purchase machinery for the local com
pany and expects to be back in thirty
days with a fully equipped plant which
he will install. Brandy will be distilled
from pineapples, grapes and other fruits.
W. J. Dyer of the Honolulu Iron
Works was in Wailku this week 011 business.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF
Notick of Drawinc; oi- Grand and
Notice is hereby given that the draw
ing of Grand and Trial Jurors to serve
and act as such during the June 1908
Term of the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
will take place in the Court Room of the
said Court, at Wailuku, Island and Coun
ty of r.Iaui, Territory of Hnw.vi, on Tuos
day, the 26th day ot .May A.-1). 1908, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of '-aid day.
A N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, A,.ri! jlh,
April 25. May 2. .
NOTICE OF SAKE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
ON THE ISLAND OF MAUI. .
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, May
tSth, 1908, at the front entrance o.' the
Court House, Wailuku, Maui, there will
be sold at public auctiou under the Pro
visions of Part 5, Land Act 1895, (Sections
278-2S5 inclusive), Revised Laws of Ha
wnii, general leases of the following des
cribed land.-.: --
Lands of ; ihakiuoa, West Maui, to
used for p.ift-jr.il pui'jxoe.
Niir riNG rsonc;;.
1 , area 1,115 acres a little inori
For plans and full particulars, apply at
the office of the undersigned, Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, or at the office of the
(Sgd) JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., April 17, A. D.
April 25. May 2, 9, 16.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In the natter of tlit-.,Estate of E. C.
THRELFAL, late of Puuhene, Maui,
Upset rental, $111.50 per annum
able scuii-antuia;iv in advance. I
Term of Lease, tv. 1 :it y one years from I
July I, I90S.
i.,oi .so. 2, -77 acres, a little more on ,.. . .... ,.t
D. Meschaert, the chemist of Oahu
plantation as in Wailuku this week.
The Maui Hotel has received another
bowling alley ami has the two alleys now
running in full force.
Rev. John Kalino was a Wailuku caller
The name of E. A. Wilson of Hauia
kuapoko is being mentioned as a possible
candidate for the legislature 011 the re-
imblicati ticket this fall. Mr. Wilson
lias been in the employ of the Haiku
Sugar Company for the past eleven years
and recently resigned to take up pine
C. Hedeuian of the Honolulu Iron
Works is in Wailuku this week.
David Jaimeson has resigned his jMisi
tion as head time keeper of the Paia
plantation ami left for Honolulu Friday
MAUI LAND AND RAIUIOAD COM
Upon an order of the Honorable A. N.
Kepoikai, Circuit Judge of the Second
Circuit Court, dated the 29th day yf April
190S, notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the Maui Lund and Railroad Com
pany, Limited, will be held on Wednes
day, the 13:11 day of May, iyjS: at 10
o'clock A. M., in Kahului, on th'j Island
of Maui, at the office of the Kahului Rail
road Company. Officers will be elected
and other necessary business transacted.
Dated at Kahului, Maui, April 29th,
II. P. BALDWIN,
NOTICE TO KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Defiuitv arrangements having been
made for the sale of the property of Ki
hei Plantation Co., Ltd., 011 July 1st,
IyoS, the agents of said Company,
Me-srs, Alc tndcr & Baldwin, Limited,
beg to announce that on and after the 1st
day of May, 190S, they are willing to
purchase any and all shares of stock of
said Kihcj, Plantation Company, Limited,
at the T ''- if (o per share, said sum be
ing th" -i... . e : amount per share which
it is exp : . ' .v. ! be realized as net ro-
ceeils tr n. q 01 said property.
Treasurer, A.evmder & Baldwin, Ltd.
Upset rental, ,-7.50 per annum. , pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Term of l.Sise, twenty-one years from
July 1, 19 S.
Lot No. j, area 61 S acres a, little more
Upset rental J.V'-oo per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
Term of Lease, tweiitv-oiii, years from
July 1, 1918. " s-
Lot No. 4, area 1 ,676 acres a little UK e
or less. '
, Upset rental, $1 50.00 per annum,, pay
able semi-aiiiiuaLy in advance.
Term of Lease, twenty-one years from
July 1, 190S.
The above leases will Contain condi
tions requiring the fencing of the lines
between any parcel of this laud ai'd any
Government Forest Reserve, the fence to
ne as set forth in Section 407, Revised
Laws, and to be constructed within one
year from the date of the lease.
The Lessee will be allowed to cut from
the premises such trees as may be neces
sary to provide posts for constructing and
maintaining tue fences required under
the U mis ami conditions of these lease
he Lessee to Police said reserve and
to take all reasonable, measures to pre
vent and extinguish any fires that may
occurr therein, and al.so prevent stock
from entering said forest reserve.
The Government also except and re
serve irom any of the above tract.;, all
roads, trails and rights of wav.
The usual reservations regarding lauds
required by the Government for settle
ment or public purposes ,will be embodied
iu each of the ubove leases.
Notice is lu re by given that, pursuant
to an order of the Honorable A. N. Ke
poikai. Judge of the above entitled Court,
the undersigned was on the 7th day of
April, A. D. 1 90S, duly appointed Ad-,
uiinistrator, with the will annexed, of
E. C. Threlfal, deceased,
and that Letters of Administration have
been issued to the undersigned.
All creditors of said E. C. Threlfal,
deceased, ami of said Estate, are hereby
notified to present their claims with the
proper vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage on- real
estate, to the undersigned at his office at
Puunene, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
within six months from the dativf this
notice, said date being the daUT of the
first publication of said notice; Jiierwise,
such claim, if any, will be forevofc barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, tltfs jth day
of April. A. D. 1908.
H P. BALDWIN, .
Administrator of the Estate of
E. C. Threlfal, deceased.
J. L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
April 25, May 2-9-16-23.
wv luivc MOODY
'uiMing mid general
Office: Comer Main and Matket street.
Phone. ti2. Wailuku, Maui.
Piailo and a Pianola either singly or
toecther. Aiudv Box 5 Wailuku.
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