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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1908
I 5Local3 anb
On AI :itiilny August ititli, lir. Cmi. S.
Aiken w.ill he at Makawao on a profes
sional visit. lie will Trunin about ten
(lays nnd then he in 1'nia whcr; pirsons
desiring-dental work may see him.
The Queen liOdin;; house of Wniluku
has new Minis, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per niidit.
t.f. A. bo Rci; , IV .prii tor.
The Catholic Lid :3 Aid S ciety will
Hive a Cantata and dance at the Knights
of Pythias Hall cm Saturday evening
August 22nd at cik'ul r.'c!..ck I'. M. The i
Jiroceeds of the s'llc of lickcts will lie I
used to repair the Catholic Church of I
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done by a photographer. K .V. Perkins;
does fine work and pays special attention
to mail orders.
Hotel Street near Fort,
On the afternoon of Sunday Aug. 2nd.
Ah Mana died at his home in Wailuku at
the age of fifty-three years. He was born
near Macao, China, lie has lieeu a resi- i
dent of Maui for thirty-three ye ars, three
years of this time he spent at Oiow.ilu, as 1
a contract laborer on the plantation, and i
the remaining time has lived in Wailuku
engaged in the hack business, ile leaves
a wife and six children.
Attorney W. O. Smith returned to Ho
Clerk of the Circuit Court R. H. Halt
went to Honolulu Wednesday.
Lloyd L. Schmidt went to Honolulu
The Bismark Stables has recieved an
Automobile from Honolulu and has pur
chased the large machine of Dr. Dinegar.
The machines are for hire at hack rales.
Mr. Rosenthall, manager of the Swiss
Marine Insurance Company was a passen
ger on the Claudine to Honolulu this
T. Clive Davies of Honolulu was a pass
enger to the city on the Claudine this
week. He leaves shortly tor the east and
will be goue some months.
County Attorney D. H. Case returned
from Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Dr. Fitzgerald the veterinary is again
II. B. Weller the Union Oil man ol
Kahului went to I.ahaiua 011 the Claudine
on business this week.
Isaac Cockett of Honolulu w as a retur
ning passenger by the Claudine Tuesday.
Charles W. Baldwin arrived from Ho
nolulu Tuesday and is spending a much
needed vacation at the home of his
parents in Haiku. Mr. Baldwin has been
an inspector of schools for eight years,
lie was appointed principal of Kauluwela
school this week. The school is an eight
room school and one of the best of Hono
lulu. Road overseer F. Soaimcrfeld has a
force of men at work on lower Main
street preparatory to macadamizing that
street from below the depot up to the
Market street. After this work is Com
pleted, Market street will be macadamiz
ed and theu Vineyard street will be ma
cadamized. This is work that has been
badly needed for some time and its com
pletion will mean much for Wailuku.
Arthur Robertson look charge of the
Hygeia Soda and Ice Works as its mana
ger iu place of W. A. Engle who recent
W. E. K. Maikai went to Honolulu on
the Claudine of this week.
Road oversee! F. Sommerfeld has made
a great improvement in Market street by
filling in the space iu front of the Aluli
Captain G. P. Clark of the Salvation
Army left for California Friday evening.
He has been stationed on Maui about
eight months and leaves on account of
his health. He wishes to express his ap
preciation of the geuerosity of the public
iu its assistance to the salvation army
workers. Captain Clark has made many
friends here who admire him for his un
tiring efforts for the cause he has chosen
as his life work.
T. M. Church of the firm of Alexander
and Baldwin returned to Maui this week.
Mr. Church was for a number of years
the manager of the Paia store and was
promoted to a betler position with the
company. Since he left here he has been
as far east as New York and is kept con
stantly on the go by nis new work. Mrs.
Church and the childrefi-are in California
and are enjoying excellent health.
Considerable trouble has been experi
enced by the burning out tf several
boiler tubes at the Maui Steam Laundry.
The manager has done every thing
possible to make delivery of the clothing
of the many customers under the circum
stances due allowances should be made
for the unavoidable accidents.
G. iSakaUu of the First National Bank
of Wailuku and MissNobue Furushowcre
married August 4th by Rev. ('.. Tanaka.
The ceremony was witnessed by about
one hundred and fifty of their friends.
J. W. Doyle and L. L. Ward:n were iu
tow n this week iu the interest of the 1'.
S. Iuteru.il Revenue Service.
Attorney J.uin s I,. Coke returned to
Wailuku Saturday and will resume the
practice ol licv here, He ha'- been in at
tendance at the IlctnociMtic convention
Sidney R. Jordan of Honolulu was re
gistered at the Maui Hotel Saturday.
I,. Ailet lier; fpen; ;oine (lays in town
this week. He r turned to Honolulu on
the Claudine and expects to return to Ins
home in S in I-'rauc;sco soon.
C. II. F'tpalriek.
Hie c.jar anil to-
haeco man is in low ii.
W. A. Anderson, the ' manager ol the
Nahiku Ruhher Co. was in tc wtl this
week. The rubber trees on the plali-
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lations in the Nahiku District are niakim
excellent progress and every thing points
to a rtnt future for the rubber industry
ill that locality.
Kdward lirown of Hono'iihi was in
town this week.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the (rood Shepherd will meet at the home
of Mrs. Kirkiand on Tuesday afternoon
August I ilh, at 2.40 p. tn. .
1 a wui omi-s 01 uic J'K ouow leu lor 1
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Hilo on the Mauna Kca Tuesday.
Judge R. P. Quarles returned to Wai
luku Saturday iiioruiug. He will remain
here during the month and conduct the
practice 01 law and will be succeeded
next month by J. I. ghlfo.it.'
Portuguese are to the
Front in Politics,
The second meeting of the Portuguese
Republican Club of the 1 jth Precinct,
was held Saturday night, August 1st,
1908. The meeting was a grand success
and twenty-three new members were en-'
rolled. The minutes read by the secre
tary were unanimously adopted. A great
(eal of discussion between Messrs. M. S.
Depoule, M. S. Jardim, C. Nacimento,
and A. J. Gomes, followed the reading of
the minutes as to whether Mr. A. M.
Feiteira of Hamakuapoko had been legal
ly elected the third judge of Election,
when he was not present at tlie time the
election took place. Mr M. S. Depont
and Mr. A. J. Gomes, explained that it
did not matter whether the man was pre
sent at the lime of election, as long as
the club would prosper by the appoint
ment of such a good man. After con
siderable discussion, Mr. Nacimento
made a motion to appoint a new judge of
election. The motion was seconded by
Mr. M. S. Jardim and carried.
Mr. M. S. Jardim was the choice of the
club and was elected at large.
Short addresses were made by Messrs.
M. G. Anjo, and M. S. Jardim, ooth
aiming toward the future and success of
the club. Mr. J. M. Medeiros made a
very able speech, and received much ap
plause from the members.
It was decided to hold another meeting
before the primary meeting at Hamakua
poko for the purpose of recommending
delegates to the convention. The meet
ing will take place at the Paia Chapel,
Saturday, August, 15th, 1908, at 7:30 P.
About ten dollars were collected for
the luau that they are going to have in
the near future.
Why Tsft is Opposed to
In an iutoivicw fur Vim XimlenV
M;igazinc Mr. Taft expressed him
self as follows wllen asked if lie was
opposed to government ownership:
"I am, and for the following rea
sons, as I have given them at ano
ther time and plane. First, hecause
existinir novenimtiit railways, are
not managed with the eeonomy of
privately managed roads, and the
rates charged are not as low and
therefor not as henetieial to the
puMie. Second, because it would
involve tin expenditure of twelve
billion dollars tu acquire interstate
railways and the creation of an en
ormous National debt. Third, be
cause it would place in the hands of
a reckless executive a power of con
trol over hu.iniKS and politics that
the imagination can hardly conceive
and would expose our opular insti
tutions to danger.''
A water tank either round or square to
hold any where from 500 to 1500 gallons.
Address I.Ol'IS liLANCIIARD,
C;hhI of Tliunkb.
The family of Mr. Ah Mana wish to
express their sincere gratitude to all who
kindly aided them, and Contributed
flowers, during their recent affliction.
The Luailey Cempsny
X Gaul One.
Mil ll::(:ci' Jin' '.ill. n lii'S si oii'vd
t i'C si r vices til nil ( Xci jition; ily
(li ver lot uf iL'iyi in wlio :il'tr n
brillinnt n jis'iti tit the Orphetini -ire
touring Maui Mini II;r.v;iii nnd will
give H;o n si. lent- of these two is
lands :i tp ;it th:it has never hi mi
qi':ili d hero. .
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MISS UH'ISK ORF.NOOK.F
Jlatti residents who have witness
ed the plays at the Orpheum are
loud in the prai'(c.f the company
and have l ad much to do with gett
ing the plays presented here.
Richard Ruhlt r who In ads the
list is well known to Honolulu
theatre goers and is a fnyorit:' with
The con;cmy :s a well balanced
one in wincii llioie are no weak
The company will jriv three dis
tinct prays here and it is" sale to s;iy
that each night will sec a crowded
Don't ii! iss this opportunity to
see a high class prcsc ntation of ex
Friday, Why Smith Left Home;
Saturday night, Arizona; Monday,
What Happened to Jones.
, The following will be in the east
Mr. Richard Uuhler, Mr. Thomas
Lowell, Mr. Leo Lmdliavd, Mr.
Elmer ISalianl, Mr. Harry Taylor,
Mr. Harry Hines, Mr. O.to ('lemons,
Mr. Turn 1). Bates, Mr. M. J.
Hooky, Miss Virginia Thornton,
Miss Louise Orcndorf, Miss May
belle Alberta, Miss Harriet Jocclyn,
Miss Helen Brandon, Miss Selina
Do Forrest, Miss Annie Brandon,
Mr. Prestage, Mr. Chut Sttvens.
LIGHTFOOT & QUARLES
AT i O:?.Nt-.V AT LAW
Honolulu, T. H.
J. A. tios Ueis
Harneos and Shoemaker
Has moved his sdiop from the
(Juccif's Lodging House to the
Aluli Ulock on Market Street
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and satisfaction.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Oflicp over First National Batik
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
IIKR NATURAL WISH
Elsit I should like to catch a
man kissing me!
Kelsie I know you woul'l, dear,
but you shouldn't admit it.
Few women are as good as they
look and few men are as bad as they
pretend to be.
While an Irishman was gazing in
the window of a Washington book
store the following sign caught his
All This Week For
l'at in disgust
he does! " exi l iinied
"The dirtv scab!"
N.tiee is herein-en-en that ;re Jknrd
of RvgistrtUon of the ;rd Rej u -i ntalive ; if
Di Irict will meet at the following lnca-jH
lions on the dates mid hours nu ulioiud 1 q
for the Registration of Voteis. '
Kiil.ad In in i mi Poe Kuliu , ft
M i Ue i i ke noolaliaia akit net e noho'JJ
ana 1m Papa Kak.m ln ia o ki Ai.na
I'C.thfi IImioI.'I 1 tr 1 1 i 1 1 Ttia l.ri.i tn.-.u Malii i '1
I ho'ikii';ai i uialaio luo, a ma 11:1 1 I icne k'l
! wain i hooinanpopoia no ke Kikauiuoa
M.i o v.n 1'oe Koiio.
j Sjejrt I II. !.'iwa School Hou-e
17th Precinct 7 a. 111. to V, n ry
! Sept. 1 W'.ualua Slore
Sept. 1 W'.ualua Slore
iSth Precinct 1 p. m. to 1 :3o p. m.
Sept. , Puko., Conn House
l .I'M I 'reci net 3 p. m. to f p. m.
Sept. 2 kam.ilo l'ostofiice
iS:h i'rcinct y a. m. lo 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 2 KaunuKakai store
iijih Precinct i i m. lo 1 p. in.
Sept. i K.ilae Ranch House
lyth Precinct 4 p. 111. lo 5 p. 111.
Sept. 3 Kalaupaj a Olhce-
20th I'ricinct 9 a. m. to 12 in.
Sept. 3 K:!awao (Haldwiti Home)
,?oth Precinct 3 p. in. to 6 p. m. '
Sept. 4 I.anai, Kahalepalaoa Warehse. (
1st Precinct 7 a. in. to 9. a. m.
Sept. 5 Lahaiua Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. 111. to 12 m.
Sept. 5 Olowalu Store
3rd Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 7 Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. ni. to 4 p. 111.
Sept. 8 Ivahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 tn.
Sept. 8 Pukolii Ollice
3rd Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 9 llonokawai Store
2nd Precinct 9 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sept. 9 Iloiio'.ua l'ostofiice
2nd Precinct 3 p. tn. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 10 Hunokohau Sciiool House
ncjii. 10 ivaiiaivuioii oimioi nuu'e
Sept. 11 Wai'.uku Court House
5th I'recuict 9 a. ni. to 4 p. 111-
Sept. 12 Wailuku Court House.
5H1 Precinct 9 a. m. lo 4 i m.
Sept. 14 Kihei Store
15th I'reeiuct 9 a. m. to y:3o a. m.
Sept. 14 Makciia Store
loth Precinct I p. m. lo i p m.
Sipt. 14 Vlupalakua School House
16th Prtcincl 4 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 15 Kaaaio Church
161U Precinct 8 a. 111. lo 9 a m.
Sept 15 Kahikinui Ranch House
16H1 Precinct 11 a. tn. to 12 111,
Sept. 16 Kaupo School House
nth Precinct 10 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Sept. 16 Kaupo Church
1 ilh Precinct 2 p. m. to 3 p. 111.
Sept. 17 Kiahulu Court House
loth Precinct 3 p. m. to 6 p. 111.
Sept. 1S Koali
loth Precinct 9 a. m. lo 9:30 a. m.
Sept. iS Pukuilua (J. M. Koko's House)
9th I'reeiuct I p. tu. to 1 p. m.
Sept. iS Mokae
9th Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 19 Hana Court House
9th Precinct 9 a. 111. ta 4 p. 111.
Sept. 21 Kaeleku Store
9th Precinct 10 a. tn. to II a. in.
Svpt. 21 Nahiku Store
Stli Precinct . 4 p. tn. to s p. ta. j !
Sent. J2 Ktai:::e P.isl-tfiice '
p. 1:1. o 5 o. in. U
Sept. 23 Kailici Postofiioc
1 2th Precinct 11 .1. tu. to 12 in.
Sept. 23 Huelo School House
12U1 Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. in.
Sept. 24 Peahi Store
nth Precinct 10 a. tn. to 11 a. 111. (
Sept. 24 Pau v.e la Store
1 3th "Precinct 2 p. tu. to 3 p. 111.
Sept. 25 Kaupakalua School House
13th Precinct 10 a. tn. to 10:3.1a m.
Sept. 25 Makawao Post OiVicc
14th Precinct 2 p. tn. to 4 p. in.
Sept. 26 Kealahou School House
14th Precinct lo a. 111. to II a. 111.
Si) t. 261 Keokea School House
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Sept. 2S Hamakuapoko Store
13'h i'reeiuct 1 p. in. to 6 p. :n.
Sept. 29 Paia Railroad Station
13th Precinct 1 p. tu. to 6 p. m.
Sept. 30 Puuneiie KM road Station
6th Precinct ' I p. 111. to 6 p tu.
Oct. I Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. in. to 12 a 111.
Oct. I Kahului Railroad Icrt
oth Precinct 3 p. in. to 6 p tu.
Oct. 2 Wailuku Court House
5II1 Precinct 9 a. tn. to 12 m.
Oct. 2 W likapu Ah l'at Store
gth Precinct 3 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Oct. 3 Wailuku Couit House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 1 p. m
Oct. 3 Waihee School House
4th Precinct 3 p. 111 to 6 j 'tr..
Oct. 5 Wailuku Court House
r.th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 6 Wailuku Court House
51 h Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn.
Oct. 7 Wailuki Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. in. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 8 Wailuku Court House
S'.h Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p 111.
(ic4.. o . Wai'.uku Court House
j'ti P:ecinct 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
S. DKCKMR, Chairman,
CMORC.K WHIG HI",
J. K. KAHOOKI-ll.l-l,
Hoard of registration.
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lump by men wii.i ,w tliniouolily oxior
i'Tifi'd in tlie I'hotci -djiii ie' !'iisiii'.
is no vi.l,-iiir wifli us i I - i .- put of our
very-. l.i y business.
Your order will re.-.Mvi' llie suiiie ntfentioii
as our own wv k.
All JMsiil :i!nl ('V'l r.; wili I ec"i on r
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Studio on Hotel Street
wwnnrjrawKuciv n in ii inn wiw ! n ihwiiiiii
Best quality for the money
That'.- what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments 11 re always well tdocked with
the lust and freshest of goods. We moan just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
T 1 1 K L A 1 1 A I N A 8 T OR E
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
does the Doctor prescribe 1'itIMO BF.FI! to restote the vital-
$'X1 1 1 y of the patient, ins'ead ot
liecanse it is more cn.-i'y a-'siii.tiia'ed bv a '.v-ak digestive
hysteii; often it i tlie only form el nourishment Ihat the pa
tient can retain.
Some iieopic class beer as a si iriuious liquor. I'RIMO
BF.ER contains onlv '',, of
?'5 It Is tin. M ill I'.iiili.v Mi-.l
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for siek and well.
I PRIMO BEER von health
have 1 stabiished a reputation wherever one of our stores
5 is located for high-class quality
(ime to be known as the
ii' en v.-rv e :r
to that high .-l.iudard.
S.mo ot the lust known cigar
Robert Buemis, Lktle lobbies,
Vn Dyck9 General Atthur,
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
W. I.. Decotu, 2nd Vice-Pres.
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
Accounts of Indivklanls, Corporations am'.1
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
foreign tixcliiin&t! Issued on All Parts of tlio WoiWd.
GENERAL INSUKANCi; AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes fr Rent at Rasonable Rates.
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II ,1, j 111-, I 1 f,.,l .mil tonip
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cigars and tobieco. ( )ur lifjii has
k. 1 ;, ipiahlN ot all our g Is up
- ewe cuny :.r
Win. Henniui;, Vice-Pres.
R. A. Wadsworth, Hirector
A. Aalhcrj, Auditor