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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1908
' Xocals anfc
The Catholic l.ndies Aid 8. '.?'. will 1
RWe a Cantata and dance at the K iiili ! s
of Pythias Hail on Saturday evening
August 22iid lit eijjlit o'clock I'. M. 'Hie
proceeds of the sale nt tickets will be
used" to repair the Catholic Church of
The Queen I,odjinj: house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
lieds, 50 cents cr liij;lit.
t.f. A. I)o Rejjo, Proprietor.
Mr. and Mr. V. T. Robinson nre ex
pected back to-iluy. They h ive Ik en
away for several months on an extendi il
visit to the eastern states.
Principal C. K. C'opclaud returned Sat
urday from Calilornia.
George Klucgel of Davies and Coin puny
is 011 Maui this week.
Billy Green is in Wailuku looking after
the defunct business of Youn Tunj(.
A number of the ladies in the Robert
Shingle party found the ride to Hie top
of Haleakala and then to L'lupilakua on
last Friday too much for them and were
completely exhausted. Some of them
had never been on horseback before. The
distance is over sixty miles.
Ex-Deputy County Attorney W. F.
Crockett was the first attorney before the
court as attorney for defendants on Mull
day morning. He represented two clients
and got one off on probation am! the other
was sentenced to pay a small tine.
Work is progressing in a most satisfac
tory manner on the macadamizing 01
Main and Market Streets.
The crushed rock spreaders have been
in use long enough here to prove them
selves an entire success. Due engine
hauls as much rock as twenty mules and
two men manipulate the spreading gear
by which the rock is spread evenly.
Charles Kerr was a passenger to Hono
lulu this week. Ho has been ill for some
time time and goes down in the hope of
regaining his health.
Charles V. Baldwin returned to Hono
lulu this week after spending a short va
cation with his parents at Haiku.
Mr. Kinney of the Bulletin wa9 a re
turning passenger by this wceksClaudiue.
D. II. Kahaulelio is now prosecuting
criminal cases in the lower courts. He
is being assisted by II. C. Mossinan.
Stenographer Dias of the Federal Court
returned home this week. He and Mrs.
Dias have been on a months vacation.
Brother Levi and Brother Francis have
been on a visit to the Brothers of St. An
thony's School for the past month. They
returned to St. Louis College Tuesday by
Many Gather on the Opening
On Thursday t.he ?Oth inst. the
new ruunene Store at Kahului was
opened to the public.
In the evening special exclusion
trains were run from Wailuku and
Puunene anil on Friilay evening
from 1'aia anil Spreckelsville the
divisor) of the two sections being
made to facilitate the handling of
the larjie attendance.
Good music way furnished by the
This i-tore is one of the largest
retail stores on the Islands and has
all modern convetrienees' being
lightest bv acetyline uas, having
everything departmentited with
courteous heads to all departments,
the collection ot ladies wearing
apparel and particularly the hand
made laces are wordiy of special
.notice. The glass ware, jewelry
bronzes and groceries compare very
favorably with the large, depart
ment stores on the coast
A comfortable retiring room has
been fitted up complete for the
The store is under the manage
ment of the popular Mr. V. A,
Sparks, well known through long
recidence on Maui, with Mr. lv
IltiHsel as assistant and V. A.
Kngle as chief accountant. Alto
gather this is one i f if not the finest
department stores on the Island'
and the Hawaiian Commercial it
Suirar Co. is to he conmaitiateii on
their new venture. As this name
implies thev are not coiiliiieii to the
raising of sugar alone, hut have
exhnsive inereantile interetsts, with
S. M. H iilc;-. asociat' jn-ta'c of tin
Supn Hie Court, accompanied by .Mr--.
Halloa returned to Honolulu !y iicCiali
dine. Thcv wi re among tin guests of the
I'll 1111 L'ln- Atii i tie Association Mid liavi
sin-lit a most enjoyable vacation at Ol 11
da. They visited the crater of 1 1, ileak.il :i
while on Maui. Until speak in the high
est terms of the cardial hospitality ix
li'iided them while here.
The Molokai Ranch expects to harvest
1S0 tons of algeroba honeys this year.
It haS been an exceptionally good honey
yeariiid this is the largest crop output
ever shipped from the Ranch.
Rev. R. B. Dodge returned last week
from Molokai, having greatly' enjoyed
the twelve days he spent there. He visit
ed every section of the island, looking
alter the needs of the e:ght churches un
der the care of the Hawaiian Board of
.Missions. I'poii his return the Maui Aid
Association immediately placed two or
ders for the building of a new parsonage
at the Kaluaaha Church) l'ukoo for Rev.
I. D. Ilea, and for the repairs of Wailau
Church, which three years ago was car
ried twenty feet inland by a heavy tidal
wave. During the last few months the
I'elekunu Church has been put in 'o splen
did shape by the Maui Aid Association;
toward which repairs the I'elekunu
Church members have generously contri
buted. Go to the dance at the Knights of
Pythias Hall this evening ami have an
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd wi'l meet at the home
of Mrs. A. N Kepoikai 0:1 Tuesday after
noon August i-.th, at 2.30 !'. ni.
Last Saturday's game at Kuhului be
tween the Puuuenes and Wailuku re
sulted in favor of the former by a score
of 7 to 5. This afternoon's game will be
between the Paias and Wailukus.
The Morning Stars beat the Waikapus
last Sunday lor the first tune this season.
The score was S to 3. The Kahuluis won
the game with the Healanis, 7 to I. Sun
day 's games will be between the Stars
and Healanis at 1.30 p. 111. and Kahului
vs Waikapu at 3.30 p. 111. A large crowd
is expected as these are considered the
strongest teams in this league.
j. Garcia, assistant cashier of The First
National Bank of Wailuku, accompanied
by Mrs. Garcia and infant returned to
Wailuku after an extended visit to the
mainland. Mr. and Mrs. Garcia were as
far east as New York and have enjoyed a
' Dr J. J. Carey will be in Wailuku Sun
day and Monday of next week and return
Monday to Lahaina to complete hisdenta!
Notice is hereby given that at the next
regular session of the Board of Supervis
ors of the County of Maui, at 1 :3D o'ciock
P. M. September 10, 190S there will come
up for considert tion aud action the mat
ter of closing and abandoning the wad
from Kaluaiiui to the Ceinetary, District
of Makawao and opening and adopting
the newly build road between those
All those interested are invite ! to be
present at said meeting when they will
be given an opportunity to be heard,
whether for or against said matter.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. II. this
iSth day of August 191S.
Wm. F. KAA1C,
County Clerk, Cotin'.y of Maui.
Notice is hereby given that at the next
regular session of the Hoard of Supervis
ors of the County of Maui, at 1:30 o'clock
P. M. Septeml er 10, njoS there will come
up for consideration aud action the mat
ter of closing and abandoning the old
road leading from the first junction Fast
of Maliko Gulch district of Makawao up
to the upper Haiku I'ai'.wcla road, and
opening aud adopting in lieu thereof the
new road through the sisal field from the
main road up to the upper Haiku Pau
All those interested are invited to be
present at said meeting when they will
be given an opjiortimity to be heard,
whether for or against said matter.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. H. this
lSth day of August 191 S.
,'M. V. KAAIC,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
their Wholesale Kahului Store at
Kahului and their retail branches
at Sprcckelssville. Camp 1, Kihei
and the new stove at Kahului a
large hus:ii.c.ss is done.
The extension of their Mercantile
l.usine.-s the past three years isdue
to great extent to the general
stores man.i'ier. Mr. J. W. Wrenn
who hap the supervision of all of
their stoics and who has gathered
around him a force of canalde men.
Jle is al.-n the itesigner ot the new
stole and ha supervised the huild
jntr, ai.il the ai iitngcniel.l 01 H
contents... We lu speak ii great future
fijr the new instimtion.
I'l'e 1' er.ub: ie.iii Prcci'111 Clubs
throughout the Territory arc Inn-be in. ti
ded to met on the t vcuini; of Frii'ny,
the 2S(h day of August. 1 90S, at 7:30
o'clock, ami make nominations for de e
gntes to a Territorial Convention and
alio to Comity and District Conventions,
The persons so nominated to be vo'ed for
at a primary election to be held 111 each
precinct on Saturday, September 5th,
190, between the hours of 2 and 7 o'clock
The Territorial Convention w ill meet
it Honolulu on Monday, the 14th day of
September. lu X, and nominate 1 candi-
ibile fur 1 IiIimi it,. O, fM,r-ec nn.1 .l..cl 1
, t v i I iiM I'll ei II II -11 V 'M I I I I.I l III i
The County and 'District Conventions
will meet in their respective counties at
a time and place to be fixed by the res
pective County Committees, and nomin
ate candidates for the Legislature and
The number oi deicgitcs to which each
precinct wiil be en'illed In said conven
tions is as f. illi N s:
COUNTY OF MAI L
THIRD RICPK KSF.NTATIYH DIS
1 5 1 1 1
Totals 32 107
A. G. M. ROItKRTSON,
Chairman Territorial Central Committee.
Honolulu, July 31, 190S.
liojlalm i iia poe
Ke kauoha ia nei na Ahahui Repuba
lika o kela a me keia tnahele koho e ha
lawai ma ka ahiahi Poalima, ka la 2.S o
Aukake, 190S, ma ka hora 7:30, no ka
waiho ana ae i man inoa no 11a elele i ka
Ahahui Tentorial me ka Ahahui Apana.
F 111, ilama ia ana he koho balota maUina
0 na man inoa la 111a kela a nie keia ma
hele koho 111a ka Poaono, Sepatemaba la
5, 190S, mawaeua o na bora 2 a me 7 o ke
K halawai ana ka Ahahui Teritori ma
Honolulu ma l;a PoaUahi, la 14 o Si pate
tnaba, rgr;S, 110 ka wae nna i mo'uo Klcle
1 ka Ahaolclo 1,1.1 Wakinekona a no ke
koho ana i Komile Kuwaena no ke Tcri
tori. E halawai ana na Ahahui Apana 11 a
kela a tne keia" Apana ma ka wahi ami
ka manawa e hooholo ia ana e kela a me
keia Komite Ilooko Apana a e wae i 11a
in:iho 110 ka Aiiaolelo a me na oihana
ICia malalo iho ka heluna o na elele o
kela a me keia mahije koho:
KAl. VN'A O .MAPI.
APANA KOHO PKOU'
Mahele 1 1 2
4 1 t
5 3 1-'
' b 4 16
"7 I 2
" S I I
"10 l 4
1 1 I
"12 I '1
" 13 4 '
" 15 1 . 1
"lb I 1
" 17 I
" lH I 3
"20 3 14
Huina 3! 107
A. O. M. KOlil'RJ'SON,
l.unahoomalu Koiuite Kuwaena Teritori.
Honolulu, Iulai 31. 190S.
At the Puunene Club House oil August
nth, a Panama Hat with the owuei's
name on the hand. Tinder will please
return to thif. olliee and receive reward.
RIX.iSTW ATION Ol- VOTtHS.
N' ta:c i herel'v ;;v 11 that the V ird
of I'e;.'i-tral:oti oi '.hi 3rd Rcprt r.t U'vi
D .!r,", will tin et .it the m',1. . ire. !.-a
timis oil the d iti'. rinl limn- inci:t:oiied
for th.- ' Kistr.i! o'i of YoW vs.
Knkfiii lni :i o na I'oc Koho.
Ma keia ke hoolaii.ua akii lie: e noho
una ka Papa Kak.ui Inoa o ka Apana
Koho fl'.l.i'a l'.'.-o.u. ma keia mm w.iln i
hoakakaia mali'o i'no. a ma 11a la ainc ka
wahi i h loin ii"pi'io'a no ke Kakauinoa
ana i na Pel' Koho.
Sept I I l i:. ova School House
17th precinct 7 a. m. to S a. 111.
I V.'. 11 liua Stnre
iSth Preciiut 1 p. m. to 1:30 p. in.
Sept. I Pukoo C niM House
I Sih Precinct 3 p, 111. to 6 p. 111.
Sept. 2 Kamalo Po.stoflice
lSih precinct 9 n. in. to 9:30 a. m.
J ,.T1. i JS....,.,..S.. s w
' iiJi Precmet 1 2 m. to 1 p. m.
iScpt. 2 ! ilae Uaucli Ilouse
! 19th Precinct 4 P- "i. to , p. 111.
i Sept. 3 Kalaupapa Ollicc
i 20th Precmet 9 a. m. to 1 2 111.
Sept. 3 Kalawao i iJaiitwtn Home)
20th Precinct 3 p. 111. to b p. 111.
Sept. 4 Lanai, Kahak-palaoa Warehse.
1st Precinct 7 a. 111. to 9. a. m.
Sept. ,S Lahaina Cyurt House
3rd Precinct 9 a. 111. to 12 111.
Sept. 5 Oiowaiu Store
31-d Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 7 Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
Sept. S Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a.m. to 12 m.
Sept. S Pukolii Oll'iee
3rd Precinct 4 V- t S l. in.
Sept. 9 Hotinkawai Store
2nd Precinct 9 a. 111. to 10 a. in.
Sept. 9 Hoiiolua Postolhce
2nd Precinct 3 p. 111. to 4 p. m.
i Sept. 10 llouokohau School House
I 2nd Precmet 9 a. 111. to 10 a 111.
I Sept. 10 Kahakuloa School House
4th Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. m.
Sept. 1 1 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. in
Sept. 12 W ailuku Court House.
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Sept. 14 Jvihei Store
15th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 9:30 a. 111.
Sept. 14 Makena Store
16th Precinct I p. ill. to 2 p 111.
Sept. 14 Ulupalakua School House
16th Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 13 Kanaio Church
16th Precinct 8 a. 111. to 9 a. 111.
Sept 15 Kaliikiuyi Ranch House
16th Precinct 11 a. 111. to 12 111.
Sept. lb Kaupo School House
nth Precinct 10 a. m. to 1 1 a. 111.
Sept. 16 Kaupo Church
I nil Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. ill.-
Sept. 17 Kipahulu Court House
loth Precinct 3 p. 111. to 6 p. 111.
Sept. IS Koali
10th Precinct 9 a. in. 109:30 a. 111.
Sept. IS Pukuilua (J. M. Koko's House)
9th Precinct I p. 111. to 2 p. in.
Sept. IS Mokac
9U1 Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 19 liana Court House
9th Precinct 9 a. 111. ta 4 p. 111.
Sept. 21 Kaeleku Store
9th Precinct 10 a. 111. to 11 a. m.
Sept. 21 Nalnku S; 'te
Sth Precinct 4 p. m. to s p. m.
Sipt. 22 Keanae P 'stoliice
7 ii Precinct 2 p. m. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 23 K.iiiua Postol'licc
12:11 Precinct II a. m. to I? 111.
Sept. 23 1 1 uelo School House
12II1 Precinct 2 p. in. to 3 p. 111.
Sept. 24 Peahi Store
13th Precinct 10 a. 111. to II a. in.
Sept. 44 Pauwela Store
I Ull Precinct 2 p. 111. to , p. III.
Sept. 25 lCauakalua School House
13th Precinct 10 a. in. to 10:30a. 111.
Sept. 25 Makawao Post Office
14th Precinct ' 2 p. m. to 4 p. 111.
Si t. 2d Kc:ea'ii hi School House
14111 Prcc;;ic'. 10 a. m. to 11 a. 111.
S. pt. 2b Kcokca School House
14th Precinct 1 p. 111. to 2 p. 1:1.
Sept. 2S ll.iinakuapoko Store
13U1 Precinct 1 p. 111. to 6 p. :n.
Sept. 29 Paia Railroad Station
13th Precinct 1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Sept. 30 Puunene Railroad Station
lith Precinct 1 p. 111 to 6 p. 111.
Oct. I Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 a. 111.
Oct. 1 Kahului Railroad Dipt
Oth Precinct 3 p. 111. to 6 p. m.
Oct. 2 Wailuku Court House
Slh Precinct 9 a. 111. to 12 m.
Oct. 2 Waikapu Ah Pat Store
5U1 Precinct 3 p. in. to 5 p. m.
Oct. 3 Wailuku Court House
51I1 Precinct 9 a. ill. to 10 p. ill.
Oct. 3 Waihee School House
41I1 Precinct 3 p. 111. to 6 p. 111.
Oct. 5 Wailuku Court House
5U1 Precinct 9 a. in. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 6 Wailuku Court House
5t.i1 Precinct 4 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 7 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. m.
Oct. 8 ailuku l ourt House
5th Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 9 Wailuku Court, House
S'.l' Precinct 9 a. ill. to 4 p. ill.
S. Dl'CKKR, Chairman,
j. K. KAllOOKKI.H,
Hoard ol icistration.
lii'iic ly iiKMi w!p
it ncivl i u tin1 I'dioto
This is 110 si 1c liii" wil I
every -i 1 i y Ikis'iucss.
Your oflcr will rc!iv
11s our own work.
All m:iil did Islninl
protiijit iitlein ion.
Studio on Hotel Street
Besl quality -for the money
That'.? what you cm depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and he eonvineed that you
can ssve time and money hy dealing with us.
T 1 1 H L A 1 1 A I X A S T O il K
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
tioes the Doctor prescrihe IM! I MO HKKI! to nature tlie vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic?
Because it is more easily assimulated hv a weak digestive
system; often it i- the only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some penp'e class h.-er as a spirituous liijuor. I'KIMO
HKKI! ei iitain.s only of alci liol.
It is the Malt Ha r ley and ilopp that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
PRIMO BEER FOR HEALTH
FTtfOrjaQf mi m mmffi Kj IH . n ri-'flfl IF r I HIT I r f Ml
is located for iiigli-i
an I we
have 'i.ni v.-ry c.iv fill t I
lie id' 1 lie In st klUiU 11 c: par
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
Mc A, Go
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
W. I,. Uceolo, 2nd Ylce-Pres.
C. 1). I.utkiu, Ciishier
Accounts of Individuals, Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
roroig'i n.whaiijc Issued tn All Purts of tlic Vpld.
(jnNfiKAL INSUUANCC AGENCY.
Safely Deposit Boxes fur Kent at Reasonable Rales,
r i !i :; y ii"s.
us si I-- j ;i it 01 our
1 lie same u t tout ion
onl is will receive our
E H K I ST
nour Fort, ironolulu.
IfTI II ITT1 TI TirUhllHTll If
tahhshed a reputation wherever one of our stores
l.i-'s ipiality cigars and tobacco. Our linn has
k ep flu' 1 1 111
ity of all our goods up
nst & Co.
Wm. Helming, Yice-Pres.
R. A. Wadsworlh, Uirector
A. Aallwrsj, Auditor