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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1908
You See Here Something Your Kitchen Needs?
This next week its 10 pep 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 tover low prices for these sales.
K.AH U LU 8
with little prices.
Xocals anfc IPersonals
' The QueeB Lodging house of Wailuk.ii
has new j foosos, new J furniture, clean
beds, so cents Mr night.
t.f. A- At Do" Rego, Proprietor, i.
The only Iniorace Agency on Maui
representing two autety companies is The
First Nationianji of Wailuku. Bonds
covering license . require two sureties
therefore procure your bonds through C.
D, Lufkin, Agent, jjnd avoid the incon
venience of finding jt'rjersonal surety.
Mr. II. Benneson V9 accepted a 'posi
tion as manager, pi .he Kahului Club
house and assumed charge on July ist.
Ellen Isabelle, fccott daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. (Scott f Paia was chris
tened by Rev. Canor, Ault last Sunday
at the Church of theOood Shepherd. Mr,
and Mrs. A. Fatnwa'des Jr. acted as god
father and igqdf ,-tupther respectively
After the ceremony's dinner was given at
the Maui HotcLiri tailor of the event.
There will be fraud display of fire
works in Kahult& harbor this evening,
Saturday. It will bcwell worth seeing
A. Li. Uurrey JYot Honolulu is again
on Maui in fhfc interest of the board of
Dr. FitzgecaMkiaeti Maui and intends
to make this JiU, aruianent home. He
is a veteriaarjreon aud well and
favorably known itf the Territory
E, M. Brown of the Dearborn Drug aud
Chemical Work was in Wailuku this
W.'ek. p11' ! l
. Manager Barkhausen' of Lahaina was
in town Wednesday.?
A. J. Blacknian bf Honolulu was a
Wailuku calta tiua. week
Principal ' C;" B;'" Copeland went to
Honolulu Wednesday and will go to
California at on. of the teachers selected
by the Departflkent of Education to at
tend the lectures there
A. Feruaude Jr. and Mrs. Fernandes
of Paia dined at the Maui Hotel Sunday
vThe Misses and A. Wood are regist
ered at the Maui Hotel.
Miss Grunhome and Miss Allan of
England are at the Maui Hotel.
A very pleasant evening party was en
ioyed the residence' of Principal and
Mrs.C. E. Copeland oi Tuesday evening
W. K. Tucker of Honolulu was a Wai
vuku caller this week..
J. Hj Brown THonolula was lif Wsi-
luku this, week..' ,- tr.,1-mi f;. Y 'I
A. Waterhouse and F. T. P. Water-
house were in Wailuku on their way to
the rubber plantations of Nahiku this
A. A. Wilson has completed his con
tracts for road building 011 all of the up
country roads and has moved his plant to
the Lahaina-Wailuku road.
At the last report ten of the teachers
selected to go to the convention in Cali
fornia were unable to make the trip and
others will be selected to take their
Willie Lucas is in town and will attend
the races in Kahului today.
There will probably be fewer people at
their homes today than any day in the
year. Many hundreds of people are either
attending the sports at Sunny Side or
the races at Kahului.
Attcrney Lightfoot is expected here
next week aud will take charge of the
office of the law firm of Lightfoot aud
Quarles for a month while Judge Quarles
will have charge of the office in Honolulu
during the month of July and will then
return to Wailuku and relieve Mr. Light
Mrs. Kathryan M. Case has bought i
very valuable building tract near the
residence of County Attorney D. II. Case
The tract is one of the choices residence
tracts in Wailuku.
Next Sunday week July 1 2th the Rev
W. II. Bliss who has charge of the Iolani
School of Honolulu will preach at the il
o'clock service of the Church of the Good
Shepherd. Mrs. Bliss arrived last Thurs
day to stay for a short lime with Mrs
An auction sale was held by Coke t nd
Davis at their auction rooms in the Aluli
block last Saturday night at which many
rare bargains were had. Mr. Davis will
hold an auction sale at the same place on i
Saturday July nth.
The Liquor License Commission met
last Friday aud granted a license to Tarn
Yau. The Board bad decided to grant
but one Jicinse for Makawao and as T.
Awaua withdrew, after an amicable
adjustment of differences with Tain Yau
the license to the latter was promptly
The new court house has been accepted
and'the courts have been busy moving
into the building this week. Thus ends
the protest of the Honolulu Trades and
Labor Council against the acceptance of
the. contract from A. P. McDonald.
Last Sunday's games of baseball were
largely attended and surprized the fans.
The HfealanW beat the Waikapus in the
first game, 2 to o, and the Stars won from
the Kabuluis by a score of 7 to 5. To
morrow there will be only one game be
tween the Diamond Heads of Honolulu
and a picked team of Maui. The local
boys expect to win and will play ball
from start to finish. The game starts at
2:30 p.m. A large attendance is expected
A business meeting will be held at the
Alexander Hall in Wailuku July nth at
10 o'clock A. M. All members, and
former students of the Maunaolu Semi
nary who wish to become members of
the Association are cordially invited to
TAI MOI E. TING,
COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
In compliance with the rules' adopted
February 7, 1906, by the Republican
Party of the Territory of Hawaii.
We do hereby call the Republican Pre
cinct Clubs of the County of Maui, to
meet on Friday, the loth day of July, A.
D. 1008, at the hour of 7:30 P. M., to
nominate officers of the respective clubs
for the ensuing two years. The election
of the said officers to be held on Friday,
the 17th day of July. A. I). 190S, at the
hour of 7:30 P. M.
II. P. BALDWIN,
County Executive Committee, County
An election of 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 aud
change of residence of the Company sec
The polls will be open between 4 o'clock
p. m. and 8 o'clock p. m., Monday even
ing, July 6, 1908, and all firemen in good
standing will be permitted to vote.
Aud further, all fireman who have fail
ed to comply with the rules and regula
tions of the fire department in attending
monthly fire drills are hereby notified to
present their excuses at the fire drft
meeting on Saturday, July nth, 4 o'clock
p.m., or the penalties provided in he
rules and regulations of the fire depart
ment will be enforced against delinquents
June 24, 190S.
C. H. G. BRAUN,
Foreman, Fire Company No. I
Black mare, about six years old, run
about and harness. The entire rig is in
the best condition, harness being only
oue year old aud the buggy has lately
been overhauled aud painted.
Apply to Box 16, Puuueue, Maui. 31
Call No 1.
Kahului Railroad Co.
Gives Fine Ball Grounds.
Kahea lielu 1.
KALANA O MAUI,
TFRITORI O HAWAII
I kulike ai me na rula hooxnopono o
ka Aouo Repubalika i upouoia ma ka la
7 February, 1906.
Re kahea net makou 1 na.M.iUele kolio
Balota a pau o ka Aoao Repubalika o ke
Kalana o Maui e hui ma ka Poalima, ka
la 10 o Iuiai, M. II. 1 90S, ma ka hor.i 7:10
o ke ahiahi, 110 ka wae ana i mau lima
11111 110 11a Kalapu o na Mahele Kolio, no
na tnakahiki elu e hiki mm ana. Ma ka
Poalima, la 17 o Iulai, ma ka hora 7:30 o
ke ahiahi e kolioia na luua nul I wae la.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Luuahoomalu o ke Komite Hooko Ka
lana, Kalana o Maul.
Consul Saito lias
Asked for His Recall.
HONOU'I.r. June 2"). I'onsul
(SeniTiil S;iito lins written to the
Foreign Department of liis yovern-
meiit asking that he he relieved
from ihitv in Honolulu and allowed
to return to Japan on account of the
illness of his wife. lille he has
not lcen oflicially notified that he is
to he recalled he helieves that In- will
hear in time to sail for his home in
Humor has lci 11 lmsy with Consul
Saito's name for the past year and
stores to the c fleet that his recall
had .'.!:' ad.v liccit made have heen
pu''i!!i d at jdiliVrwit times in Iwith
the lvniJ'.s'if'-anjl Japanese 'press.
This 1 1:11c t'uv report is continued
by .Mr. S.ut. hiiyufl.
Probably no company in the
Territory has done more to pro
mote ball playing and encourage
this tine out door sport than has
the Kahului Kailroad Company
and its oflieers.
It lias recently been decided to
give a l.-iri;e tract of ground in the
heart- of the g'owbii; town for ball
playing and an order has gone for
ward for thousands of feet of lum
ber to fence up the grounds so that
in case it is decided to turn over
the ground in the future to a base
ball association for their use they
may he in a position to require an
entrance fee in order to meet the
expenses of the association.
Jt is the p'irpose of the railroad
company 10 t the grounds in
first class condition and plant trees
around the grounds and make them
as attract ivn as possible and they
have alr-'ady decided to offer a fine
silver cup to the winning team of
t lie season.
Four teams have enlisted in the
contest and the. first gan:e of the
season will be played' at the
grounds on Saturday July 11th
and on each Saturday thereafter a
uame will be plavcd.
The games on each Saturday
will be played at four o'clock sharp
and those from Wailuku will be
enabled to see the games by taking
the train down on the regular run
and a train will take the fans back
to Wailuku after the game is over.
There will be ppecial trains for
those living at l'uunene and Paia.
As the residents of l'uuneno and
Kahului have at all times been
liberal pa' rons of the baseball as
sociation of Wailuku it is now up
to the residents of Wailuku to
bIiow their good will and apprecia
tion of the patronage of the rest
dents of those places by giving the
in w grounds the same putrouagt
as has been accorded us here.
Sake Brewery will
be in Pauoa Valley.
Honolulu, June 30". The pro
posed sake brewery is be located
in I'auoa Valley. The promoters,
who are incorporated as the Hono
lulu Japanese Sake Brewing Com
pany, have already applied for
their manufacturers license from
the Board of License Commission-
is and will begin work just as
sivon as the lieeme is granted.
T. Iwanaga of Kimura. it Co .
jvho is ehie of the chief promoters
of the proposed brewery, explained
esterday that the enterprise must
be regarded as a purely experimen
tal one at first, ns the successful
brewuig of sake in any locality is
xwible only when all conditions
are favorable, and the conditions
can only be determined through a
practical test. It is principally in
the water used that the difference
in sake brews is determined, and
there appears to be no particular
rule to go by except that of an ac
tual test to judge as to the suit
ability of any particular water.
On the selected site in Pauoa a
well has been sunk, and it is the
hope of the promoters that this
water will give a satisfactory brewl
Just as soon as that is demonstrat
ed, the manufacture will be begun
The value of the sake imported
from Japan, at customs valuation,
has never fallen short of f 150,XX)
in any year since 1DU0, while in
some years it has gone as high as
200,000. With this amount of
business in sight the promoters of
the Honolulu Japanese Sake Brew
ing Company are in the field to
give Hawaii a thorough testing to
learn if the climatic uud water
conditions here are at all favorable
to successful brewing.
SAP I'"KRY :- - Tuesday e veiling, June 30th
at Wailuku. Maui T. H. to the wife of
J V. K. Sultry, a daughter.
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