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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, I90S
The (Jiiwii Loiln'iig house if Wailuku
lifts new rooms, new im 11 it tire, clean
bells, 50 CdltS JH.T lliytli.
t.f. A. Do Ri'K. Pmprietir.
Alpine Milk is the best ami safes', milk
tlmt you can use fur tlie table niid kit
c'.icn. It is nhso'iute'y J"ire, very rich in
Imttcr frit nti'l ll:mr. and keeps i 11 di' Pin i -tely.
H. llackli-Ul & Ct., I.til., ilis
tributora. WJ11 I'restine, advance njjent fur the
Great Henri French Ita'lt-n mid l'lilicr,
Vaudeville Coinpnny is in town making
arrangements for this li ;j show to he
fjiven here. They have just finished a
three weeks very successful engagement
nt the Orphcuin, Honolulu mid are now
making a tour o the Island? 'Hid will he
here on Wednesday and Thursday. Sept.
9th and loth at the Knights of Pythias
Mr. H. B. Peidiallow, accompanied by
Mrs.-renhallow and the children left for
California Tuesday. Mr. I oiihallow has
not been to the Coast for nine years. He
has worked himself rapidly to the front
until he now holds the assistant manager
ship of the Wailukn Sugar Company and
it is understood that, on his return he
will become the permanent manager of
the plantation for which he has worked
for so many yCare. Manager C. B. Wells
lias announced that he will retire from
nchive work on the plantation here at the
end of this year and has been assisting
Mr. Penhallow for years to fit him for the
managership of the plantation as soon as
he (Mr. Wells) should decide to retire.
Mr. Penhallow isa man of rare ability and
fitness for the place he will fill and will
doubtless keep the plantation on the simie
dividend paying basis it has been during
the management of Mr. C. li. Wells.
- Brother Frank was a departing passen
ger on the Clauuine this week.
Rev. E. B. Turner left on th? Claudine j
this week for Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ordway have
severed their connection with the K 1
hului Store and have left for the Coast
where they will make their permanent
home. They will be missed by the store
and it9 many patrons with whom, they
were exceptionally popular.
Cadet Peck of the Salvation Army is
expected to arrive on Maui today to as
sist in the work of th e Arm v.
"Mrs. Jessie Betts went to Honolulu this
week to place her children in school.
Manager F. P. Rosecrans of the Paia
Store was in town Tuesday.
The Claudine was one day ahead of
time this week, and left Kahuluion Tues
day instead of Wednesday as is her sche
Manager D. L. Austin of the Hawaiian
American Rubber Co., is in Town. He is
as enthusiastic over rubber as ever.
John Guild returned to Honolulu after
spending a pleasant vacation on Maui.
Mr. Guild was accompanied by one of his
H. M. Gittle has made the rounds of
Maui for Hoffschlaeger and returned to
Honolulu this week.
Miss Kelsey of New York returned to
Honolulu this week. She is an aunt of
Mrs. A. N. Nowell with whom she has
spent a pleasant visit.
The Henri French Hallen and Fuller,
Vaudeville Company are now touring the
Islands and will give us a chance to see
their great show, on their return from the
Volcano. They visit Hanaon the 8th and
will show here in the Kuights of Pythias
Hall on the 9th and loth and then over
to Lahaina on the nth.
James I.aing is at the Maui Hotel for a
period of ten days under the cate of Dr
R. II. Dinegar. He is being treated as a
result of a fall from which lie sustained a
broken rib and other injuries.
Sanford B. Dole, Judge of the U. S,
District Court returned to Honolulu by
the Claudine this week. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Dole. 'They have been
ou a mouths vacation at Olinda and re
port a most enjoyable outing.
W. A. Hardy went to Honolulu this
week to attend the District Court as a
juryman. Mr. Hardy reports the outlook
for rubber in his district as exceptionally j
Miss Maggie Burletn left for Honolulu
Friday to attend the High School.
Evers J. Gomes, the crack shortstop of
the Diamond Head baseball team, died at
the Malulani Hospital Thursday evening
of tuberculosis. The funeral took place
A poi supper was given by Mr. and'
Mrs. J. Garcia to anumberof their frieiils
last Sunday night in honor of the first
birthday anniversary of their daughter.
Rosalie Euos, daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. A. Euos celebrated her fifth anni
versary on Friday evening, August 21,
with an ice cream party. A large nun:-'
ber of friends were present and enjoyed
themselves playing games after partaking
of the refreshments.
Mrs. P. V. Peck and .Miss Peek ami a
number of other young ladies were in
Wailuku one day this week. They visit
ed Iao Valley,
Oid'luobile lor sale, ehenp. In good
runniiig conditio!:. Owncris :;omg away.
See 1 M'.VKS,
It. Ceo. S. Aiken will be at the I'aia
Ilospitil for two wi;s beginning next
Monday, where he will li.ive bis office
and perform dental work.
Last S.iin.-davs g-mii- .It K.ihului was
forfeited to the I'.ii-is owing to the im
possiHlity of getting tipa Wailuku team.
Today's game will be between the Kah
lui and Piiunciie teams.
Messers Harding and Doyle of the In
ternal Revenue Servicce returned Moll
day frcm a tour around Kust Maui. Tucy
came back throught the crater. An ignor
ant guide piloted them across the moun
tain but missed the watering places. They
and their horses were without water for
thirty -five hours. The trip should have
been mad. easily in a few hours.
A number of Chinese were before Judge
Kepoikai this week on an appeal from
the sentence of Jttdg Goodness. They
were charged with assaulting a police
officer and obstructing the course of
justice. They were all found not guilty.
They were represented by Judge R. P.
The Board of Supervisors met this week
and issued rn election procl linr.tion.
IN THE CIRCUIT COi'tlT Ol' THK
SECOND CIRCUITTERRITORY OF
Notice or Pkawi sr. oh Grand and
Notice is 1 en by given that the draw
ing of Grand nud 1 rial Jurors to serve
and act as such during the October 190S
Term of the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, will
lake l''ac-' U'e Court Room of the said
Court, at Wailuku, Is'and and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Tuesday,
the 15th day of September A. I). 190S, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
A. N. KEPOlKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, August 26th,
Aug. 29. Sept. 5.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF
SECOND CIRCUIT, TEIIiil-
TORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate Al Cha iiiliris.
In flit' Matter of the Estate of
Sur.ii K. Alttli late of Wailuku
notice is nereny iTiven tiiar the
undersigned was on Hn; 1st (lay of
June, VMS, liy order of tin- Honor
able A. X. Kepoikai, Judge of t lie
Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, duly it. o:nted Adnnnistra
tor of the Estate of Sarai K Aluli,
late of Wailuku Maui, deceased.
All persons h a v i i 1 lt claims against
saui iv-tnte or said deceaseil are
hereby notified to present the same,
tin I v atu.ieiuieattM with the iro-
per vouchers i 1 a ny exi.-t , t ven if
secured by ni l! :; t;:re on real estate
to the undersigned at 1 1 i In. Hawaii,
care of County Attorney's Oilice,
within six (0) months from the
date of this notice said date being
the date of the tir.-t publication
thereof, otherwise n!l such claims
not so pres'tited will be forever
July 10, HKJS.
N. W. ALULI,
Administrator, Estate of Sarai
Aug. 2'.), Si jit. 5, 12. l'.t, 20.
Knights of Pythias Hall
The Henri French
Hallen and Fuller
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Wednesday, September' 9,
Thursday, September 10
8e;tts on Kale ut lino Store.
SCO'fT: August iSth to Mr. and Mrs.
V. G. Scott of Paia, a daughter.
PARK.SA: To the wife f Miguel Paresa,
Wailuku, on W ednesday , August 19th
190S, a son. -
The Republican Precinct Clubs
throughout the Territory arc hereby noti
fied to meet on the evening of Friday,
the 2"th day of August, iuoK, at 7:30
o'clock, and make nominations for dele
gates to a Territorial Convention' and
als" to County and District Conventions.
The pcrsoils so nominated to be voted for
at a primary election to be held in each,
precinct 411 Saturday, September 5II1,
190S, between the hours of 2 and 7 o'clock
The Territorial Convention will meet
at Honolulu on Monday, '.he Mill day of
September. 1908, and nominate a candi
date for Delegate to Congress, and elect
a Territorial Central Committee.
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 of delegates to which each
precinct will be entitled In said conven
tions is as folic ws:
COUNTY OK MAfl.
THIRD RKPlUJSr.NTATTVn DIS
Territorial and District
1st Predict I 2
2nd "2 2
3rd 3 11
4U1 " I 4
5th " 3 12
6U1 " 4 16
7th " i 2
Sth " 1 I
yth "1 4
10th " 1 4
nth " 1 2
12th 1 1
13th " 4 iS
14th "1 4
15th " 1 2
16th 1 1
17th " 1 2
iSth " 3
19th " 1 2
20th ' 3 14
Totals 32 107
A. G. M. ROIiKRTSON,
Chairman Territorial Central Committee.
Honolulu, July 31, 100S.
Ho jlaha i iui poe
Ke kauoha ia nei na Aludiui Repuba
lika o kela a me keia mahele koho e ha
lawai ma ka ahiahi Ponlima, ka la 2S o
Aukake, 1908, ma ka bora 7:30, no ka
waiho ana ae i mau inoa no na elele i ka
Ahahui Teritori a me ka Ahaliui Apana.
E malania ia ana he koho balota maluna
o ua mau inoa la ma kela a me keia ma
hele koho 111a ka Poaono, Sepatetnaba la
5, 190S, niawaena o na hora 2 a me 7 o ke
E halawai ana ka Ahahui Teritori ma
Honolulu uia ".;a Poakahi, la 14 o Sepate
maba, 1908, no ka w ae ana i lnobo Kle'c
i ka Ahaolelo ma Wakiuekona a no ke
koho ana i Koiuite Kuwaena no ke Teri
tori. E halawai ana na Ahahui Apiua ma
kela a me keia Apana ma ka wahi auie
ka tnanawa e hooholo ia ana e kela a inc.
keia Koiuite Ilooko Apana a e wae i 11a
uidI'.o no a Ahaolelo a me na oihaua
Eia mal.ilo il.o ka heluna o ua elele o
kela a me keia mahele koho:
KALANA O MAUI.
APANA KOHO KKOW'.
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A. G. M. ROBERTSON,
Lunaluxmialu Komile Kuwaena Teritori.
Houolulu, Iulai 31. 190S.
HUGH M. COKE.
XllTAKV I'll 111.10,
I) Y AUTHORITY
REGISTRATION OJ- VOTI K'S j
Notice is hereby given that the !' i.ird
of V egistiiitimi of the 3rd XpprcM-nt.it 'vc 1
District will meet at the following loca
tions on the dates and bonis nu'tit'oui'd I
for til-' Registration of VoteiS. '
I'fik.-sti l:i.;i o 1111 I'ae KiiSi v
Ma Ida ke honlahaia aku nei e nolio I
ana ka Pap.i Kakait Inoa o k,i Apana ;
Koho llilota Kkolu. nta keia mau wahi i
ho'ikaknia malalo ilio, .1 ma ua la .line ka
wahi i hoouinopopo a no ke Kakaumoa
ana o na Poe Koho.
Sept. 1 Halawa School House
17th Precinct 7 a. m. to 8 a. m. '
Sept. I W'lialua Store
iSth Precinct 1 p. 111. to 1:30 p. m. j
Sept. I I'likoo Court House 1
I .Sth Precinct 3 p. m. to 6 p. in.
Sept. 2 Kamalo Postotfice
1 Sth rrecinet 9 a. in. to 9:0 a. m
Sept. 2 Kauunkakai Store
:9th Precinct 12 in. to 1 p. in.
Sept. J Kaiae Ranch House
ljlh Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. 111.
Kepi. 3 Kalaupapa Oflice
20th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 12 111.
Sept. 3 Kalawao (Jlaldwiu Home) I
20th Precinct 3 p. m. to 6 p. in.
Sept. 4 Lanai, Kahalepalaoa Warehse. j
1st Precinct 7 a. in. to 9. a. m.
Sept. .; Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 in.
Sept. 5 Olowaiu Store
3rd Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 7 Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Sept. 8 Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Scpl- S Pukolii Oilice
3rd Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 9 llotiokawai Store j
2nd Precinct 9 a. 111. to 10 a. m.
Sc't. 9 Honoiua Postollice
2iil Precinct 3 p. in. to 4 p. in. I
Sept. 10 Honokoh 111 School House .
Cscpi. IO KatlilKUiOll rscnooi lioust: ;r
4th Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. m.
Sepi. II Wailuku Court House
5U1 Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111-
Sept. 12 Wailuku Court House.
.Sth Precinct 9 a. in. to 4 p. ui.
Sept. 14 Kihei Store
151I1 Precinct 9 a. in. to 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 14 Mi-kena Store
16th Precinct 1 p. 111. to 2 p. 111.
Sept. 14 Ulupalakua School House
161I1 Precinct 4 p. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 15 K.maio Church
16th Precinct 8 a. 111. to 9 a. 111.
Sept. 15 Kahikinui Ranch House
16th Precinct 11 a. in. to 12 m.
Sept. 16 Kaupo School House
I 1 til Precinct lo a. 111. to U a. ui.
Sept. 16 Kaupo Church
I nth Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. in.
Sept. 17 Kipahulu Court House
loth Precinct 3 p. 111. to 6 p. m.
Sept. IS Koali
loth Precinct 9 a. ni. to 9:30 a. in.
bept. If I'uKUiiua tj . .i. ivok s nouse)
9U1 Precinct 1 p. m. to 2 p. m.
Sept. iS Mokae
9U1 Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 19 Hana Court House
9th rrecmct 9 a. m. ta 4 p. in.
Sept. 21 Kaeleku Store
9t.l1 Precinct 10 a. 111. to 11 a. m.
Sept. 21 Nahikn Store
S'.h Precinct 4 p. 111. lo 5 p. m.
Dip'.. It.o..ii: i.i-L-Min. j .
71I1 Precinct 2 p. m. to 5 y. 1:1 . :
Sent. 21 Kai'.ua Postoliiec
lllli I rceiiiel !I a. m. to 12111.
Sept. 23 Huelo School House
12t.ll Precinct 2 p. 111. to 3 p. in.
Sept. 24 Pcahi Store
1 ;th Precinct 10 a. m. to 11 a. 111.
Sept. 24 Pauwel.i Store
13U1 Precinct 2 p. m.to 3 . 111.
Sept. 25 Kanpakalua School House
13th Precinct 10 a. 111. to 10:30a. ill.
Sept. 25 Makawao Post Office
14th Precinct 2 p. m". to 4 p. 111.
Sept. 26 Keal.ihou Schocd House
14th Precinct lo a. 111. to II a. m.
Sept. 26 Kcokt a School House
Ijth Precinct 1 p. 111. to 2 p. m.
Sept. 2S Il.unakuapoko Store
13th Precinct I p. 111. to 6 p. m.
Sept. 29 Paia Railroad Station
13th Precinct I p. m. to 6 p. 111.
Sept. 30 Puuiieiie Railroad Station
fith Precinct 1 p. m. to 6 p. in.
Oct. 1 Wailuku Court Hotisc
5th Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 a. m.
Oct. I Kahului Railroad Dept
6th Precinct 3 p. 111. lo 6 p. 111.
Oct. 2 Wailuku Court House ,
5th Precinct 9 a. ui. to 12 111.
Oct. 2 Waikapu Ah Eat Store
5th Precinct 3 p. in. to 5 p. 111.
Oct. 3 Wailuku Court House
5i.l1 Precinct 9 a. 111 . to 10 p. in.
Oct. 3 Waihee School House
4U1 Precinct 3 p. 111. to 6 p. 111.
Oct. 5 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 6 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 7 Wailuku Court House
5U1 Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 8 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. 111. to 4 p. in.
Oct. q Wailuku Court House
V'n Precinct 9 a. in. t.) 4 p. 111.
S. DECKER, Chairman,
J. K. KAHOOKEI.K,
I Board of registration.
I his i
hv ni-: wito
1 in !h" pholtirdplii'"
s no Mbi-lino wil it ti
Your on lor will rec-.-ivc
as our own wo rlc.
All iv.ail nn'l Islaml or-1
prompt attont inn.
. Y . P'E K K. I N S
IStudio on Hotel Street near Fort. Honolulu.
'rhiit'i what you I'.iu (U'liciiil on v!i(Mi you deal with
iif. Out' (U'jiitrttiifnts are alwiiys well stoekeil with
1 1 10 host 11111I fivtdii'st of trooils. We uieiin just what
we say. Call tit our store and lm eonvineeil that you
can i-ii :c tim and money hy deaiint; witli us.
F 1 1 Lahaina Store
Goods, Groceries, Boots imd Shos,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
W H Y
(iocs the Doit lm- neM'rilje IMilMO l'.KlCK to restore tlie vital
ity of the patient, instetid of Malt Tonic?
Because it is nioreensiiy assimulated hv a weak digestive
system; often it i- the ouly form of iiourilmient that t lie pa
tient ran retain.
Hfdil! contains only 2:,i of tilcchol.
It is the Malt JJarley aud JIop-: that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
1 1 jj nj ji;1y
cst:iMisiicd a rcputntion wherever one of our stores
h-class tpiality cigars and toliacco. Our firm lias
is located fur,!
vome to lie known n
111 I li
:-,v c I'ul to
iiu i f the hot known "i'tars
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
Clias. M. Couki', l'n-s.
V. l4. lkToto, 2111I Vice Tr'S.
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
Accounts of Individuals, Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Foreign Cxchano isuod on All Parts of thvj World.
GENF:!5AL INSUiJANCli AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes far Rent at Reasonable Rates.
inn 011 j"lily
-it i.s pu t of our
tii" sumo attention
IVh the money
k - 'i ! the quality
ill our piods up
wc cr.rrv" arc:
Win. llenninn, Vice-1'n.'S.
K. A. Wailsworth, Director
A. Aalbcrg, Auilitor