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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JULY 4, J 908
TAKE CHANCUS WITH MILK that you mv not sure of.
or should know, that
is ABSOLUTELY PURE; and that, for QUAL
ITY, MCJ1NESS, AND CSKKULNESS 'IT IS FA II PUPEMOH
TO ALL OTIIKItS.
Ask your groan- for it,
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We have the first output
oi the season inspirits and
1 Maui Wine & Liquor Co. j
E SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI. i
Wo havo in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plutod BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for tho Bathtub,'
. French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soup Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponire Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
' Btith Seats,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their bounty and usefulness thoy
must bo seen and used. Taken ns a whole these
fittings are tho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned"
and theroforo tho MOST SANITARY.
Our pricos bring thorn within tho reach of all.
We invito your kind inspection.
KAHULU! RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : :
AL01IA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Rogular meetings w'h oe hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, Juno G und 20.
All visiting members aro cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASK, K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 5)84, A. I3. & A. IN.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R. W. V.
t. f. Secretary.
Contiintoilfroin Page i.
the biggest fruit cannery in the Unit
ed Sjntcs in the matter of capacity.
There are canneries, where tomatoes,
beans and corn are canned, that are
larger, but nowhere in tho world
besides Honolulu is there a canning
plant equal to handling twenty' solid
carloads of fruit, every ten hours,
three hundred tons of . perishable
matter to dispose of, a half a ton a
minute. The finished product of
the lwilei plant, when it is running
to capacity, will be between live and
six thousand cases of canned pines
The season's' pack of the Hawa
iian Company is expected to be one
hundred and sixty thousand (Sises,
two-fifths of the total pack of the
Territory. This will not be the full
capacity of the present plant, the
maximum of which would be two
hundred thousand cases during a
season. This maximum will pro
bably be reached next season and
Nothing that might be had to
complete the plant of the big can
nery has been omitted, even to
machines for the box-makers that
skip in half a dozen nails at a clip,
and powerful printing presses to
stamp the firm's name and motto
on the boxes. Tearing machines
stretch from one end of the big
building to the -other just where the
fruit comes in from the railway sid
ing at the door, forty in all, while
helium these are the twenty corers
and rinnners that size tho pared pine
for the cans and slide them on to
the slicer. From the slieer they
pass on an endless belt to rows of
waiting girls, who deftly seize tho
adhering slices and transfer them to
the cans and back on the moving
belt. The sealers and the automatic
soldering machines take the filled
cans and deposit them ,on racks,
which are carried by an overhead
belt through fifty feet of boiling
water. Then the pines are canned
and ready, after labeling, to go to
the ends of the world for a tabl
hvcry one whose work it is to
handle the pines themselves before
the can is reached wears rubber
gloves to protect the fingers against
the biting acid of the fruit. In
readiness for the season's work the
hvilci company imported" 2000
worth of these rubber gloves,- one of
the smaller items of expense, but
showing that the pineapple cannery
is no little business.
This year the company's payroll
will carry' between seven hundred
and eight hundred names. This
year, every day three hundred and
sixty bags of sugar will go to sweeten
the pines canned while each day
sonic eight thousand cases of canned
fruit will be piled up for shipment
in the big warehouse.
Manager Dole, while discussing
the general pineapple situation yes
tcrday, expressed an opinion that
the pineapple business would be
overdone if many went into the
raising of tbe raw product without
first contracting for the sale of the
pines either as raw product for some
cannery or as canned fruit. Be
admits that the demand for canned
pines is growing, his company at
the. present time shipping to dealers
in Japan, China, the Philippines,
France, Germany, and England, in
addition to the big mainland 1ms
The Hawaiian Company is buy
ing no fruit from independent grow
ers, however, aH' the contracts they
had having expired and their own
fields promising a yield sufficient to
keep their cannery at work all sea
son. The Eames cannery has been
buying some pines, paying at the
rate of S2f a ton for pines not less
than three and a half pounds weight
each, with a big cut in price for
smaller pines. They have about
reached a point, however, where
they would not be justified in tak
ing on other pines than their own.
The Consolidated are buying pines
from the small farmers still, and the
canneries on th" other islands are
still workingibejr plants on pines
contracted 'Mfipfi'om independent
One hiipoTUmjMmddition to the
lwilei liluntjSfinuilled since the
running oIT of the" winter pack, is a
crusher for the-extinction of the
juice from the cores and pavings,
which formerly had been piled in
leapsjn tbe yards and the odor of
which availed high heaven ami
drove the scavengers off the garbage
dumps. Now this is changed. The
refuse from the parers and corers is
run through the crusher, which
operates like a sugar roller, squeez-1
ing the juice out and dumping the
iilmost dry scraps into a big silo
tank. The juice is run off in a pri
vate sewer and flavors the waters of
This juice will before long be
utilized and wqrked up into valu
able by-products. It may bo that a
pineapple brandy will some day be
distilled from it, tho only drawback
to this utilization being the fact
that a distilling plant would havo
to be a big one to handle the juice
output through the canning .season,
and would then have to lit; idle for
several months each year during
the of! season. It might bo found
possible for a distillery to buy the
molasses by-products of the- sugar
.mills for jum manufacture during
the periods when the plant would
otherwise lie piling up interest
charges and nothing else; but so
far, what tentative advances have
been made to the plantations have
not been cordially received. It is
possible that this season a portion
of tins juice will be converted into
fruit vinegar, while pineapple syrups
and pineapple extracts may also re
It has boon suggested that possi
bly a pineapple sugar might be
made through honing the juice in a
vacuum to the crystallising point,
the vacuum being necessary because
the pineapple flavor i contained in
a volatile element of the juice and
passes oil as a vapor at a point con
siderably below the temperature of
boiling water exposed to the air.
"ST". o -A i
TWENTYSECOND ANNUAL MEETING
AT SPRECKELS' PARK, KAHULUI
iafurday, July 4 S9
Call for Contribution to
the Fleet -fiookupu.
Donations of Bananas, Melons
Pineapples, Alligator Pears, Man
goes, Ciuavas, OhiaSj Papaias,
Lime's, Grapes, Oranges, Squashes,
Green Corn, Cocoanuts, Bread
Fruit. Taro, or an v Island fruits
or berries, arc earnestly i-olicited
as a Hookupu or gftgj(5gIJ.
Fleet due here on 'Jimi
Persons wishing 'flojjSmributp
cash will please leave same at the
First National Bank of Wailuku,
or at the Baldwin Bank at Kahu
lui not later than July lUth, where
receipts will be. given.
Receiving places will bo estab
lished at Waihee, Waiehu, Wailu
ku, Waikapu, Kihei, Kahului, and
Intending givorsshould cooperate
with tho Committeemen' of their
neighborhood in regard to getting
the fruit to receiving places and
ready for transportation. Each
giver should notify such Commit
teeman as to kind and quantity of
his or her donation not later than
All gifts must be shipped not
later than July 15th. Wailuku
Sugar Co.'s teams will haul tho
fruit from receiving places' to Wai
luku depot, and the Kahului R. R.
Co. and Inter-Island S. S. Co. will
forward to destination freo of
W. A. McKay Chairman Wailuku.
A. N. Kepoikai Committeeman "
C. B. Wells "
Hace 1. FOOTRACE. 100 yards dash, free for all g
Race 2. RUNNING RACE. Half miledash, free for nil .. .
Hace 8. RUNNING RACE. Half nVile dash. Hawaiian
Hace 4. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. O.m
mile dash, !5 minute class Hawaiian bred... .'.
Hace 5. RUNNING RACE. Half mile dash. Horses to bn .
owned by Japanese
Race 0. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS n
mill- heats, best two in three, free forall 150.00
Race 7. RUNNING RACE. Three fourths mile dnsl. ft.
for all ; . . . .
MULE RACE. Half mile dash, free for all
RUNNING RACE. One mile dash, Hawaiian bred. .
COWBOY RELAY RACE. One and one-half miles
dash. ( hist l-lict inim in l mv..n !. t,,.!..,,
Race 1 1 . RUNNING RACE. One mile dash, free f,,.-...11 . ". ". !
Race 12. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. On,.
' mile dash, to bo driven by members of the
Maui Racing Association
Race Li. RUNNING RACE. Three-fourths mile dash, Ha
waiian bred . ..
Race 11. RUNNING RACE. Three-fourths mile dash, horses
to be owned by Japanese
Race lo. PONY RACE. Half mile dash for ponies M.2 or
Race 1(1. RUNNING RACE. Half mile dash, Maui owned
Race 17. JAPANESE SUBSCII'TION RACE. Three-eighths
mile dash. Horses to be owned and ridden by
Japanese. ( Purse will be presented to the win
ner when dismounting in front of grand stand
by a Japanese lady.)
All entries nre to be made with thi Kivi.f.iv- m 'I'ik.oI,,.. I,,..,. 'n
- " - - . . w.. invent, .jinn; iiw,
U1QS, before G P. M. Entrance fee to be 10 per cent, of purse.
Bids for privileges niust bo sent to the Secretary before the entries
close, accompanied by a certified check. - ' '
All races are to be run or trotted under the rules of the Maui Racing
Association. . "
All riders and drivers to appear in colors.
' At least three lo enter and two to start. .
Routine of program subject to change:
Running Races, weight for age. Trotting and Pacing to carry
D. L. MEYER,
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
tion wiles in Wailuku and sell
We propose to hold regular aue-l Small Jobs and Repair Work lv Dav
tf lingpf iival uei'eiitjuWcditta, U5TS
yaluQ:;you;dp. nowneed.f fecnjl'iUto us
and will weendea.vorto sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of .sales
will be made from time to time.
Give us a call.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Ilaiuakuapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGOS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders lo
A. H. L a n d g r a f
PRorRlKTOR KA I,UA l'ARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Guiii'tiiiteeb IMrtit-Clnss Work o?
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Seed Potatoes Sale,
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on l ie laKnwaBVFnrm,
"Vermont Cold 'ColffltjA new potato.
The hardiest, niosft vigorous ingrowth,
most productive, jlStf&'tfip best in table
quality of all potfttdcif'ibo lbs for $5.00,
''Uncle Gideonfa'OuickXuncli Potato."
A new potato) Tie iB6st valuable, first
early potato prcj'dlft'iajJSnce the famous
Karly Kose tea dayg to two weeks earlier
it is a surer ad.liifiiyier cropper and of
better quality, .,-l'ef UbTflo cents.
''frffliig Makawao, Mr
Wagons call for work and make
SPECIAL HATES POIl FAMILIES.
L. HLAISCHARD, Mtinager.
0. M. W. Kanui
J. N. S. Williams
P u mice
DR. J. J. CAREY
Olllce over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maul, T. H.
L1GHTFOOT & QUARLBS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
iionouh.u, t. h.
The Hoard of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Kahului, on Tuesday, the 14th
day of July, 190s, at 1 130 P. M. to consider
the application of IJdward K. Devau
chulle, for a Second Class License, Sa
loon, to sell intoxicating liquorsat Pukoo,
Molokai, in the premises now used by
him for saloon purposes at said Pukoo,
under the provisions of Act 119, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary of
the Hoard not later than the tune set for
June 18th, 1908.
IJ. C. LINDSAY,
Sce'y, Hoard of License Commissioners.
June 20, 27, July 4, 11.
Has removed tir'ATM.
Cor. MainvancIjiirkct Sts.
Phone 112. Wiluku, Maui.
W. d. MdODYjMgr.
: WAUJ, T. l.
NUTICIS TO KIHEI
Definite arrangcfAeifts having been
made for the sale'SyrRwproperty of Ki
hei Plantation CjiJtd.f on July 1st,
iooS, the ageiitj'pfjsaid Company,
Messrs, Alexander SyUrtldwin, Limited,
beg to announce thaonjwul after the 1st
day of May, I9o8., theyare willing to
purchase any and nllMihres of stock of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited, ,
at the rate of Jioier share, said sum' be
ing the estimated amount per share which
it is expected will lieealized as net pro
ceeds from the sa)e ofsaid property.
Treasurer, Alexahdej- & Haldwin, Ltd.
Do not thpow.away your
old books, j Send them to
the Maul .PulJj6hin Co.,