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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1908
This week there will be another large assort
ment of stotik on the "Bargain Countei;" Don't
miss tliife opportunity of getting genuine bargains.
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For One Week Only 10 per cent. Off.
We Iiarb a large stock of niaehincs and a
splendid line of records.
Do You Need a Dinner Set?
Sc have just received several. They are of
good quality', the designs are dainty and prices are
The Biir Store
with little prices
i v Xocate anb personals ?
The Queen Lodging bouse of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The only Insurance Agency on Maui
representing two surety companies is The
First National Bunk of Wailuku. Bonds
covering licenses require two sureties
therefore procure your bonds through C.
D. Lufkin, Agent, and avoid the incon
venience of finding a personal surety.
Just arrived from the factory a beauti
ful mahogany "Carola" Inner Player
Piano. No larger than the ordinary up
right piano and when closed, or bring
used as piano cannot be distinguished
from one, Cau be used with Pianola
music and far excells that or any other
player for ease of playing and possibility
of expression. For sale for cash or on
easy terms by C. D. Lufkin.
Mrs. D. II. Case received a cable Mon
day announcing the sad news of the death
of ber brother .Frank Merriam. He had
been very ill for some time but the last
letters had stated that he was better.
An additional race has been added to
the Fourth of July races. It is a pony
race that is free for all. The purse is
Kaiulani Home, in Honolulu, offers
board and lodging to ladies at 25 a
month during July and August. Mrs. S.
D. Ileapy is still the manager.
Deputy Attorney General W. L. Whit
ney came up to Wailuku Saturday and is
investigating the charges of the Honolulu
Trades and Labor council against con
tractor A. P. McDonald. The iuvestiga
tion will probably take all week.
Mrs. Atcherley promises that the sala
ries of the Attorney General uiyl his staff
will be cut off by the uext legislature
owing to that department's attitude to
ward Wallach. Dr. Cofer will be left
alone as he does not draw any Territorial
Many articles of value will be sold by
Coke aud Davis at their auction rooms
on Saturday evening of June 27th.
On an order cabled from Washington,
all suke that arrived in the United Slates,
prior to June I, will be released. There
has been about J 10,000 worth of the liquor
held up, 11. 1 lack f eld and Co., Ltd., and
a Japanese firm being the principal im
A concrete bridge has recently been
constructed in Waieliu over one of the
streams there. I
A. L. C. Atkiusot! has been appointed
legal adviser to thl- anti-saloon league.
Its principal work ils now to give a local
backing to the fl)ahu
Better races thaul
had at Kahului.
tver this year will be
Road Overseer jF. .Sommerfeld has a
force of men at wojrk putting in a concrete
bridgs below WaFehu on the Wailuku
pected to arrive
steamer Korea oil
The interest in
creasing and bet
be pulled off on
Basebull team is
in Honolulu bv
Jiy 7. I
the conmig races is in-
ller races ithan ever will
y. F. Cole 'has returned from San
Francisco with over thirty tons of ma
chinery for the Kaupakalua Wine and
Liquor Company and will place the same
in the enlarged distillery and will manu
facture wine and liquors. Mr. Co'.e has
recently become the manager of thecoiu
pan y and as he thoroughly understands
this line of work will doubtless make the
company one of the best dividend paying
coAerns in the islands. - '
A. F. Tavares was in
town this week
, Are Granted.
Billy Green ofj the firm pf M. Phillips
Manager M I;'
as in town several days
A. A. Wilson
town tins weti:
several of the r
ing on others.
George L. Lloyd was k Wailuku call-
er this week.
the contractor was in
k. He jlias completed
jad conlni ts and is work-
herof the Standard Oil
Company was f on Maui several days this
week. 1 ,
Secretary (jarfield will laud in liana
uext week anjd ride overhand through the
rubber lands I of Nahikil and will then
come to cen tral Maui by automobile.
Manager F. 'F. Baldwin will meet him at
Huelo with 1 1 is auto an bring him the
rest of the ay.
Schools cl jsed yesterday and the teach
ers will taki : a much needed rest.
hung up in
A. A. I!i
A. J. Al
his way f
has a largii auctioneer sign
front of his 1 store.
au of Rochester New York
red at tilt Maul Hotel this
Jeong passed' through town 011
Lalv'iua on (Thursday.
Klugel of T. H. Davits
is on Maui tjiis week.
A. J. Sjpitzer ws in town this week.
Laing, the ball enthusiast
was iu Wa iluku Sunday.
K. H. Brown of Honolulu was register
ed at the Maui Hotel this week.
William Williamson passed through
Wailuku Wednesday on his way to H0110
lulu after inspecting the rubber planta
tions of Nahiku.
Manager F. P. Rosecrans of the Paia
store was at the ball games Sunday to
witness the playing of Upton and Collins
who are' among the best ball players of
Judge W. L. Whitney was in Wailuku
several days this week and went to La
haiua to atteud court tliere. He will re
turn to Honolulu this week and will soon
leave for the mainland and proceed to
Washington to try several cases befoie
the Supreme court of the United States
in which the Territory is interested.
If you don't attend the races you will
never forgive yourself.
Judge aud Mrs. W. A. McKay enter
tained a number of their friends at Lotto
Saturday evening. A pleasa,nt time was
The employees at Kahului will cross
bats with the M. A. Cos. team at Kahului
this 'afternoon at four o'clock. A good
gaiiie is expected.
Rl W. Filler, formerly Superintendent
of the Kahului Railroad Co., has left the
position of port superintendent for the
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co. at
Salina Cruz, Mexico, to accept the, posi
tion of superintendent of the Hilo Rail
road Co., in placi: of D. K. Metzger, who
has the contract for building the Hilo
If you are looking for bargains attend
the auction sale of Coke & Davis on the
evening of June 27th.
Have you made arrangements to, at
tend the races.
Rev. IC. B. Turner of Paia departed by
Tuesday's Mauna Kea to attend the Sun
day -school convention in Hilo.
Tlie Liquor License Commission
held 11 meeting in the puMie room
of the Masonic Temple Thiirsl;iy n?
advertised and passed (in tlie. twenty-two
applications for lieinses.
Th re was hut one protcstant pre-
sent and no written protests what-j
David Fleming protested against
a hci nse Winy granted at Makfiw.10
on the ground that liquor is had for
llawaiians and that tlie use of in
toxicants tin-re interfered with the
lahor question. The Hoard took
the matter of granting licenses at
Makawao undt r' advitiLineiit. and
will r nd r tl: ir decision some time
within ten da.s.
The malti r of granting a saloon
license at l'aia was considered ami
All of the other licenses were
granted as applied for.
The ( Hoard will hold its next
meeting for the purpose of consider
ing applications on July 1 1th.
Sealed Tenders will be teceived by the
Superintendent of Public Works until ia
111. of Tuesday, June 16th, 1908, for sup
plying furniture and fittings frrfthe Wai
luku Court House, delivery to ne made
F. O. B. Wailuku, Maui anil placed wiht
111 the otlices of the Building.
Each tender to be accompanied by a
certified chack in the sum of $100.00.
Blank tonus of proposal cau be secured
at th oliice of the SuperiiiUlndent of
t'ublic Works and also at the office of
Honial)le A. N. Kcpoikui, Wailuku,
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves Hie right to tej.-ct any pr all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June and, 1008.
Black mare, about six years old, run
about ami harness. The entire rig is iu
the best condition, harness being only
one year old and the buggy has lately
been overhauled and painted.
Apply to Box 16, Puuueue, Maui. jt.
A large stock of goods will be auctioned
off by Coke & Davis on Saturday, June
27th, at 7 P. M. in their auction rooms
iu the A 1 11 1 i Block. Anyone having any
thing of value he wishes to dispose of
should send it , in and the firm will en
deavor to sell the same.
The Waihee school gave a concert iu
the church Friday evening. Au admis
sion of twenty five cents was charged.
The proceeds of the concert will go to
ward purchasing a library for the school.
Fine Job Printing at the
' IV. HV l'U 111.10.
Notice to Hartley winding to view
the entrance of the American
Fleet into Honolulu, July 16th,
The S. S. "Claudine,'" sailing from
Kahului on the evening of July 15th will
issue round trip tickets to Honolulu aud
return for one fare (J6.oo) good only for
that trip and vessel
Those wishing to avail themselves of
this opportunity will please leave their
names at the Railroad Depot, Kahului
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
As provided for in Chapter 45, of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1905,
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapt
er XXVI of the laws of 18S6:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1908, will be due aud
payable at the office of the Wailuku and
Kahului Water Works, on the first day.of
All such rates remaining uupaid for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
au additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
uupaid August 15, 1008, (30 days after be
coming delinquent), are liable to suseu
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water . Works iti the Wailuku Court
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wiiiluku & Kahului Water Wks.
Wailuku, June 12, 190S.
June 13, ao, 27.
DU. J. J. CAREY
Oliice over first National liatik
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We propose to hold rtgitlur auc
tion sales in Wailuku nnd sell any
thing of value entrusted to us.
You prohahly have something of
value you do not need. Semi it to u
and will we endeavor to sell to sunn
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of salt
will Ik- made from time to time.
Give us. u call.
One small Bay Mare branded E. P. L.
LMaue is clipped. Finder return to "V.
f. rogue jr...t I'uunene, and receive
LIGMTFOOT & QUARLfiS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
HONOUfLU, T. II., AND t
Wah.I'kit, Maui, T. H.
Seed Potatoes For Sale.
Grown by F,. H. Bailey
on the Makawao Farm.
"Vermont Gold Coin." A new potato.
The hardiest, most vigorous iu growth,
most productive, aud the best in table
(iiahty ol all potatoes. loo lbs for f 5.00.
"Uncle Gideon's (Juick Lunch Potato."
A new potato. The most valuable, first
ci'rly potato produced since the lamous
Farly Jiose ten days to two weeks earlier
it is a surer aud heavier cropper and of
U-lter quality, per lb. 10 cents.
Ii. H. BAILF.Y,