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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JULY 11,1908
You See Here Something Your Kitchen Needs?
6 tffa? J-Jli
This next week its 10 per cent discount you can have on any or all of these articles.
Aiivl you will find many bargains in dress goods that are being reduced to very low prices for these sales.
FOR OWE -MORE WEEK.
KAIK1U LU 0
The Big Store
with little prices
Xocalsanfc personals '
D. L. Austin of E. O. Hall & Son is on
Maui taking orders for his firm. Tbe
firm of Hall & Son is one of the oldest in
the Territory and has at all times been
looked upon as one of the most reliable
that has at any time existed here.
Tbe Queen Lodging house 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.
The cup offered by the Raymond Ranch
to the baseball league is now on exhibi
tion at A. Enos store. It is a very large
silver cup and is the finest ever offered
here. It is said to have cost one hundred
and twenty-five dollars.
Tomorrow afternoon at 1. 30 o'clock the
Watkapus will cross bats with the Kahu
luis, and at 3:30 p. m. the Stars will meet
the Ilealanis. Two good games of base
bull are expected.
An tone Tavares and Miss Carrie Enos
Cordeiro were married by Father Maxi
min last Wednesday evening. After the
wedding a reception was given at the
home of the young couple. Over a hun
dred of their friends were present to ex
tend best wishes to the young couple. A
hundred guests sat at the table over which
Dr. Farrell presided as toastniasfer.
Attend the ball game at Kahului this
afternoon. Trains will be run before and
after (he games.
Ben Clark, a son of Captain Clark of
Honolulu, took in the races and ball
game on Saturday aud Sunday respect'
II. E. Hendrick, manager of the Ha
waiian Iron Fence aud Monument Wcrks,
is on Maui this week in the interest of
Mrs. Tavares is in Wailuku this week
on a visit to her son, Antone Tavares of
the Maui Hotel. She will return to Ho
nolulu next Tuesday.
The Americfin Protective Tariff League
is early in the field with a document en
tilled "The Vital Issue Before the Ameri
can People." This is a reproduction of
the great speech of Hon. Joseph W. Ford
uey, M. C, of Michigan a member of the
Ways aud Means Committee of Congress
One copy will be forwarded tree to any
person seuuitig a postal card request ask
iug for document No. 93. Address W
F. Wakcmau, Secretary, 339 Broadway
Mrs. Almeida, a sister of Antone Tava
res of the Maui Hotel, has been a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Decker. Mrs. Almeida
came up from Honolulu to witness the
marriage of her brother.
D. H. Davis will hold an auction sale
to-night. Many articles of value will be
Attorney James L. Coke will arrive in
Honolulu on August 1st on his way back
to the islands.
Dr. R. H. Dinegar has been promoted
to the rank of captain in the hospital
S. Decker has purchased the Maui' Cas
ket and Coffin Parlors and will continue
the business. He has moved his Singer
Sewing Machines into the rooms former
ly used by W. J. Moody, corner, Market
and Main. The location is a good one
and Mr. Decker may be depended upon
to hustle for busiuess.
C. F. Herrick is on Maui this week.
The Kansas City Post of June 19th has
J. L. Coke f Wailuku Maui Island,
Hawaii, one of the six delegates from
Hawaii to the Democratic national con
vention at Denver, is a guest at the Bal
timore hotel today. Mr. Coke is thor
oughly a Bryan man if not, at any rate
his instructions are thoroughly Bryan,
and of the "first, lust and all the time'
brand, too. Four years ago he was a de
legate to the St. Louis Democratic con
vention, so Mr. Coke will be an old guard
delegate when the Denver meeting
called to order. It has been said that
politics makes strange bedfellows, and
Mr. Coke demonstrated the truth of this
bit of philosophy by occupying the same
stateroom on the voyage to Sun Francisco
with one J. Garcia, delegate to the Re
publican conveution at Chicago. In spite
of this association, Mr. Coke still keeps
his instructions pinned on his coat and is
an original Bryan man for keeps. Dur
ing the time between now aud the con
vention he will visit friends in Indepen
dence, Kus., returning to Kansas City on
July 4 to join the loucul delegation in the
A very pleasant day was spent last
Tuesday where the American Episcopal
Church Suuday School went on their
annual picnic up Iao Valley. About fifty
left in Waggonettes etc. about 10 a. m.
Lunch was served at noon at Mrs. Field's
and the return was made about 4 p. m.
The whole day was one of great enjoy
The Rev. W. H. Bliss will preach at
the 11 o'clock service at the American
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
next Sunday, tbe 12th.
Judge Aiidnule of Honolulu was a
spectator at the races last Saturday. He
returned home by the ( Mauna Loa on
L. A. Perry of Davies& Co., Honolulu,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. "Enos for
a few days. He came up by the Claudiue
Saturday and returned home on Monday
Mrs. C. E. Copeland aud, her sister,
Miss Crickard, went to Honolulu this
week to spend the summer vacation.
Sam, William, and Robert Chilling-
worth came up with the Diamond Head
off for Coast.
team. While here
home of their sister.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of Sarai K.
Alui lute of Wailuku Maui, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed was on the 1st day of June, 1908,
by order of the Honorable A. N. Kepoi
kai, Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, duly appointed Adiniuis
trator of the Estate Of Sarai K. Aluli
late of Wailuku Maui, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
Estate or said deceased are hereby noti
fied to present the same, duly authenti
cated with the proper vouchers if any ex
ist, even if secured by mortgage on rea
1 estate, to the undersigned at Ililo, Ha
waii, care of County Attorney's OlTice
within six (6) months from the date
this notice said date being lue date o
the first publication thereof, otherwise
all such claims not so presented will be
July 10, 190S.
N. W. ALI'LI,
Administrator, Estate of Surui K. Aluli
Honolulu, July 6 The absence
of the band and the presence of but
one lei-seller made the departure
of the transport Sheridan yesterday
anything but a typical Honolulu
steamer departure. The crowd was
there, the enthusiasm of departure
was in evidence, there were the
ond farewells and tender glances
as atjlr stea mer leavings, but it
was noiseless and there was but a
flavor of the perfume of niaile and
the other flowers which are usually
seen in such profusion.
All Honolulu was interested in
the sailing of the Sheridan, as
thirty of the Territory's teachers
sailed away in her for the Coast for
their vacation ami to attend the
summer school in California. He-
ides these, several others well
known in the city took passage,
and their friends were present in
great numbers to say good-bye.
The teachers leaving were J 13.
Alexander and wife, Miss Jennie
Allen, Miss Jean Angus, Mrs. L.
0. Hick ford, C. E. Copeland, Mrs.
I. L. Creighton, Mrs. (J race CockeU,
M. de Corte, Miss A. Danford, Mrs.
Eldora Deacon, Miss Annie Deas,
Miss Mollio E. Fleming, Miss Mollie
(iraee, Mis Mary Franca, Miss
Alice S. Green, Miss Ann . Had-
ley, Miss Agnes Judd, Miss Mabel
Ladd, J. V. Marciel and wife,. Mrs.
L. (j Marshall, Mmss Alice A. Mo-
Cord, Mrs. Margaret Mossman,
Mrs. Laura Subey, J. de Silva, Miss
M. Alice Smith, W. W. Taylor,
Miss Isabella M. Weight, Miss Ida
Among others to get away were
Captain Pardee of the Twentieth
Infantry, who goes to the Coast to
take part in the rifle match at
Santa Crtz; E. A. Jacobsen of the
Custom House, who is off on a
vacation, accompanied by his wife;
United State Commissioner Frank
Hutch and Mrs. Hatch, on a three
monii!.-' vacation with his mother
in San Jose.
There was a meeting in the new
court house' on Thursday of the
members of the Hookupu Com
mittee. Judge Kepoikai presided while
Secretary T. H. Lyons recorded the
minutes of the meeting.
Among the members present were
Ilonorab e H. V. Baldwin. II A.
Baldwin, County Attorney 1. II.
Case, Judge W. A. McKay, W. J.
Coclho, S. E. Kalama, and Judge
J. W Ka'uu and others.
For the proper entertainment of
the fleet it was estimated that it
would co.-t not less than two thous
and five hundred dollars besides
what was contributed as a hookupu
or gift of fruits to be sent out to
Mr. Baldwin stated that he felt
the plantations would be willing to
meet the entire expense of the en
tertainment but that he thought
that this should be a matter for
every one and that collections
should be made in every preciucts
and should be as widely circulated
He said jliat he had understood
that the Australian cities were de
termined to give the American fleet
a greater entertainment than would
be accorded them in any A me
rican city and as that feeling
prevailed in foreign portslweshould
do all we can to make the stay of
the fleet here as memorable as pos
sible. He said that he knew of
Japanese who had requested that
theybe given an opportunity to
Judge Kepoikai said that certain
Chinese had stated that if the
United States would only allow the
free admission if the Chinese to the
United States that race would
be only too willing to contribut
eveay tking for the entertainmen
of the fleet during the entire time
they were here.
Large numbers of cocoanuts and
watermelons have b en ordered and
a la'rge number of cattle and pigs
will be provided and suflicient poi
Kahului has Grand
Display of Fire Works.
On the evening of July Fourth
there was a grand display of fire
works in the harbor of Kahului that
was enjoyed by thousands of people.
Free trains took the people of
Wailuku, Puunene and I'aia to the
scene while thousands of others en
joyed the sight from a distance.
Sky lyckets ami Roman candles
were constantly fired for an hour to
the great enjoyment of all.
The display was a grand success
and much appreciated by all.
On Monday, July 13th, 1908, commenc
ing at 10:30 A. M., I will sell at Public
Auction at the residence of Jas. Guuti,
I'aia, near the Paia Store, the following
household effects etc.
2 beds with springs, mattresses, etc., 2
mosquito nets, 1 marble top table, Dining
room chairs, 3 Lanai chairs, 2 bedroom
rockers, 1 child's rocker, I child's writing
desk, I cheffouier, wash-stand, 2 bureaus,
2 tables, lot lamps, 1 stove, and kitchen
utensils, 1 safe, 2 filters, Window shades,
Wash tubs, aud boards, 1 cistern pump,
I sewing machine, I couch, lot plants, .
I Buggy, single harness, and Hawaiian I
saddle, I large horse, gentle, broken toj
harness aud saddle.
W. O. AIKEN,
On Saturday evening, between Kahului
aud Wailuku, a green gold scarf pin, isct
with three small diamonds. Finder please
returu to Maui Hotel aud receive suitable