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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1908
You See Here Something Your Kitchen Needs?
S Q 1 lit
This next week its 10 per cent discount you can have on
any or all of these articles. -
And you will find many bargains in dress goods that are
being reduced to very low prices for these sales.
The Big Store
with little prices
Xocale anb IPersonals
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
uas new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, so cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The only Insurance Agency on Maui
representing two surety companies is The
First National Bank 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 "Carols" Inner Qlayer
Piano. No larger than the ordinary up
right piano and when closed, or bring
used as piano cannot be distinguished
from one. Can be used with Pianola
music aud 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.
Bennie and, Annie Decker returned
from Punahou College Tuesday evening.
Bennie will assist his father in his rapid
ly increasing Singer Sewing Machine
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will meet at the home
of Mrs. Ferd. Hons, Kahului, on Tues
day, June 30, at 3 p. m.
The Maui Steam Laundry has engaged
Postmaster Campbell as its agent where
laundry may be delivered and received.
The Puunene people should Cud the
laundry as great a convenience as the
Wailuku people do.
Tarn Yau was down from Makawao
Sunday, He spoke in the highest terms
of the work being done by W. F, Hardy
and W. C. Crook in their respective
By an oversight we failed to take out
the name of S. Decker in the advertise'
tuentof the Maui Steam Laundry and
insert the name of L. Blauchard as man'
agerttefore the form was printed. Mr.
Decker resigned same time ago as man
ager of the Maui Steam Laundry as he
found the work took to. much of his time
from his business as agent of the Singer
Sewing Machines. He was succeeded by
Mr. L. Blanchard, who is a practical
laundryman aud who is making a thor
ough success of the new enterprise.
Mr. Q. Q. Bradford of theU. S. Expert
nient Station went to town by the Clau
dine this week.
George Weight returned from Hono
lulu by the Mauna Kca Tuesduy where
he has been serving as a juryman in the
Federal Court for some time.
Attorney W. W. Thayer returned to
Honolulu by the Claudine Wednesday.
Frank Crockett went to Honolulu by,
the Claudine Wednesday to accept a
position -with J. C. Axtel.
Attend the Auction Saturday evening
if you are in need of any thing.
Many of the school childreu of Maui
who have been attending different col
leges in Honolulu returned home Satur
day and their parents and friends are glad
to have them back again.
H. M. Gittel returned to Honolulu by
the Claudine Wednesday.'
Mrs. Bett went to Honolulu this week
by the Claudine. ,
The town has been full of teachers dur
ing the week. They are taking the ex
amination for certificates. The result of
the examination will be known some time
Miss Outai, one of the teachers in the
Wailuku Public School went to Honolulu
this week by the Claudine.
E. II. Rogers went to Honolulu this
week with an iusane Spanish woman
The woman has been violently iusane for
Several weeks. She was resently married
and lived near Makawao.
Coke and Davis will hold an auction
sale at the Aluli Block Saturday at 7 p. 111.
Miss Foltz of the Alexander House went
to Honolulu this week and will spend her
vacation there. She expects to return in
Walter Eugle has tendered his resigua
tion ai manager of the Hygeia Soda
Works and will leave shortly for the coast
where his father resides.
You will be able get nearly any thing
you want at Coke aud Davis1 auction sale.
The members of Aloha Lodge No. 3,
will give a ball on July 3rd at their Castle
Hall Wailuku. An adminsiou fee of )i.
will be charged to gontten.-en, Ladies
free. This dance is intended for adults
ouly. Prof G. B. Schrader's Orchrestra
has beeu engaged to furnish music and
those who are fortuuate enough to he
present will no doubt enjoy a splendid
time. Refreshments will be served free.
Walter G. Smith Editor of the Adver
tiser aud Attorney Thayer declined to
make the Nahiku trip Tuesday with Sec
retary Garflelds party but remained on
board the steamer.
The Garfield party arrived in liana
early Tuesday morning and left for Nahi
ku at 6:30 A. M. The party consists of
Secretary Garfield, Governor Frear, W.
O. Smith, A. L. C. Atkinson, Land Com
missioner Pratt and Ballou.
The appeal case of the Territory of
Hawaii vs. Lutn Sing was heard by the
Circuit Court last Thursday and the de
fendant dischaged. The defendant was
represented by Judge R.. P. Quarles.
Acting upon a letter from the commis
sary committee of the fleet entertain
ment Judge McKay has followed the plxn
outlined and has appointed a sub-com
mittee for Waikapu, Kihei, Wailuku and
Waihee. These committees will each
take it upon themselves to act as.thiuk
best to get the public together and secure
as much fruit as possible for the hookupu.
After the fruits are gotten together at
auy central place transjxtrtation witf be
given free for the fruits.
Closing Exercises of
the Waihee School.
An election oi officers will be held at
the Fire Station Monday, July 6, 1908, to
fill the vacancies caused by expiration of
the term of the Company delegate and
change of residence of the Company sec
retary. The polls will be open between 4 o'clock
p. m. and 8 o'clock p. m., Monday even
ing, July 6, 1908, aud all firemen in good
stauding will be permitted to vote.
And further, all fireman who have fail
ed to comply with the rules aud regula
tions of the fire department in attending
monthly fire drills are hereby notified to
present their excuses at the fire drill
meeting on Saturday, July I itli, 4 o'clock
p. ni., or the penalties provided in the
rules aud regulations of the fire depart
nient will be enforced against delinquents.
June 24, 1908.
C. H. G. BRAUN,
Foreman, Fire Company No. 1.
Black mare, about six years old, run
about aud harness. The entire rig is in
the best condition, harness being only
oue year old and the buggy has lately
beeu overhauled and painted.
Apply to Box 16, Puuueue, Maui. 31.
The last day of the Waihee School
term, Thursday, Jtyie lNth, was set
aside as Parents Day. The atten
dance showed that much interest
and pride is taken in the school by
The classes were called and the
usual exercises gone through with,
in all the I tranche;; of the school
work. The display of sewing and
fancy work was particularly interest
On Friday evening a school en
tertainment was given nt the Wai
hee church. The church was de
corated with Chinese lantrcns, ferns,
and palms, giving a lit setting to
the stage erected in one end of the
building. The hall was crowded,
their being nearly two hundred
spectators present, who were with
the exception of a few visitors from
Wailuku, all residents of Waiehu
Those who attended the per
formance were amply repaid:
From the smallest tots to the old
est scholars, all showed a praise and
assurance that gave evidence of the
most careful and thorough training
on the jMtst of the teachers and un
usual application and intellegence
on the part of the scholars.
While the whole performance
ranked high a a school entertain
ment, some of the numlters were so
excellent that they would excite in
terest ami approval on any amateur
stage. All performers apinared in
appropriate costume, requiring many
: The larger girls in the floral drill
and the smaller girls in the tam
Itourine drill, threaded the intricate
evolutions of the sets, with a Haw
ick illusion that coupled with the
granfui movements, and the dainty
costumes, (mined storms of applause.
Anions the songs the "Lullaby,"
aud others, showed talent in that
direction. The patomine, "Come
and play with me" by four small
couples, would take any audience.
The comical little numlter "Peach
Pie" will be remembered for its jtcr
In "An axe to grind" one young
gentlemen develops as a clever nomo
logist. In "Feniinine liravery" a comical
sketch is well rendered. The play
is wound up by some clcwrtableaux,
a darkened room, and red (ire add
ing to the c fleet.. In all there were
about thirty numlters all equally de
serving of mention.
Music was furnished by the Wai
hee quintet. ,
Mrs. Ella Austin, principal, and
her able assistants, Miss Lusy Lani,
Miss Nattie Ma tile annd Mr. Ilcn
jatnin are certainly well repaid by
the results for their hard work.
Partemlas interest attaches to
the Waihee School, as it is probably
the most typically Hawaiian, of any
large school in the Territory. Out
if a total of 1(18 scholars, over !)"
ire wholly or in part Hawaiian, and
have mostly Ixrn born and raised
in the vicinity of Waihee.
Waihee is credited with Iteing the
stronghold on Maui of those opposed
to the existing form of government.
Probably a few more crfoiinancs
like the altovc would do more to
make them realize the benefits of
Republican government, than many
political luaus and siecches.
A Public Meeting of the Citizens of
Wailuku will be held iu the Court -house
on Saturday June 27M, at 7 o'clock p. in.
for the purpose of considering the Hoo
kupu to be given the U. S, Atlantic Fleet
due on July 16th. Everybody is mjuesu
ed to attend.
W. A. McKAY,
Fine Job Printing t tho
Maui Publishing Co.
As provided for in Chapter 45, of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1905,
Iu accordance with Section 1 of Chapt
er XXVI of the laws of 1886:
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 and
payable at the office of the Wailuku and
Kahului Water Works, on the first day of
July, 1908. '
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid August 15, 1908, (30 days after be
coming delinquent), are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works in the Wailuku Court
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului Water Wks.
Wailuku, June 12, 1908.
June 13, 20, 27.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Olliee over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maul, T. II.
One small Bay Mare branded E. P. L.
Mane is clipped. Finder return to W.
F. Pogue Jr., at Puunene, and receive
L1GI1TFOOT & QUARLES
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
HONOMHU, T. H., AND
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Seed Potatoes For Sale.
Grown by E. II. Bailey
on the Makawao Farm.
"Vermont Gold Coin." A new potato.
The hardiest, most vigorous in growth,
most productive, and the best in table
ii,il;ty of all potatoes, loo lbs for f 5.00.
"I' ne'e Gideon's yuick Lunch Potato."
A new potato. The most valuable, first
early potato produced since the famous
Early Rose tendays to two weeks earlier
it is a surer aud heavier cropper and of
better quality. Per lb. 10 cents.
E. II. BAILEY,