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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1908
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For Your Thanksgiving
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new' furniture, clean
beils, 50 cents jer night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Ring up 284 for a good square meal,
we'll deliver at your door. Price reason
able. Deliver only within City limit.
C. F. Herrick came up to Maui on the
Mauna Kea Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Judd was a passenger to Maui on
the Mauna Kea from Honolulu Tuesday
W.D. Lowell of Paia and B. Wag
goner went to Honolulu Friday night
and returned Tuesday evening. They
went down to be initiated in the myster
ies of the Mystic Shrine. They were
very reticent on their return but finally
admitted that the sands were hot.
Senator W. T. Robinson returned home
on the Mauna Kea Tuesday.
C. H. Kluegel, of the Public Works
Department came up to Maui Tuesday.
Attorneys W. A. Kinney and Judge
Quarles returned from Honolulu on Tu
esday after the legal battle before the
Gurrcy & Company Ltd. have pur.
chased the business of the Hawaii. Photo
and Art Co. Mr. A. R. Gurrey Jr. who is
well and favorably known on Maui is
the manager of the new company and
will doubtless make a success of the con
cern. See their ad in auother column
L. von Teuipky paid Wailuku a short
business visit Wednesday.
Attorney James L. Coke was in attend
ance before Judge Goodness' Court in
Ulupalakua as the attorney for a defend
ant there Wednesday.
R. A. Wadsworth, manager of the
Maui Soda and Ice Works was a passcngc
to Honolulu tins week to attend the an
uual convention of the Hawaiian Rubbe
D. C. Lindsay, the cushier of the Bald-
win National Dank of Kahului went to
Honolulu this week to attend the llawa
itan Rubber Growers Association.
It is reported that a bill is being pre
pared to be introduced in the Legislature
to require all tenders of stationary en
gines to be licensed, much as marine en
gineers now are. Liceuses, it is proiused
are to be limited to citizens.
Santa Clans lias made our store his headquarters
and cordially invites you and the little ones to
come and see him.
We have on display an assortment of toys that
will gladden the hearts of the little tots as well as
many useful articles for the older folks.
Sierra in tin foil
McLaren's in jars,
Benito Guerrero went to Honolulu
Thursday evening on business. He is
expected back Tuesday evening. ,
Alfred Martensen of the Maui tele
phone Company went to Honolulu tins
week on a vacation.
Q. Q. Bradford has completed his ex
periments with rubber in the Nahiku
District and returned to Honolulu by the
Claudiue this week. The resAtlts of his
uvestigations will not be made public
except through the Department of Agri
culture in Washington as he is in the em
ploy of that department. Those who
have been with him daily are elated over
the great future for rubber in Nahiku.
James McIIardy has resigned his posi
tion with the Haiku Fruit and Packing
Company and has gone to Honolulu.
C. O. Jacobs, the manager of the Koo-
lau Robber Company went to Honolulu
this week to attend the annual conven
tion of the Hawaiian Rubber Growers
Association. He is an enthusiast in this
line of horticulture and believes there is
a great future for the industry in the is
lauds. Doctor and Mrs. Diuegar were passen
gers to Honolulu this week. The Doctor
will bring back a new automobile.
Mr. W. A. Anderson of the Nahiku
Rubber Company was a passenger on the
Claudiue Wednesday. He will attend
the Hawaiian Rubber Growers Associa-
tion. Mr. Anderson reports that the cost
of tapping and getting ready for marke
the rubber of the young trees is now a
bout forty six cents per pound but that
this will be greatly reduce and when the
trees are large enough for commercial
tapping that he has every reason to be
lieve that this figure will be greatly re
duced but even at this Cost there will be
a big profit in the industry.
You are sure to have turkey for your
Thanksgiving dinner if you go to the
It is understood that Mr. J. W. Wrenn
manager of the Kahului Store, has re
signed his position and will return to
Sau Francisco shortly after the first
The Kahului Railroad Company has
fenced the track through Kahului and
are now ballasting the track. This im
provcuieiit will minimize accidents on
this part of the road.
Chocolate in cartons
Gum Drops '
Chocolate Cream Cakes
A. E N O S,
THE PIONEER STORE
Doctor F. A. St. Sure was a
to Honolulu this week.
Judge R. P. Quarles went to Honolulu
Wednesday to argue an appeal before the
Supreme Court that was taken on a bill
f exceptions to the ruling of the local
court in the suit of Carl Waldeyer versus
the Wailuku Sugar Company. W. A.
Kinney went to Honolulu by the -same
steamer by way of Lahaina for the same
purpose. Judge Quarles is one of the
attorneys for the plaintiff and W. A. Kin
ney is one of the attorneys for the defen
Frank Medeiros is having a nice resi
dence built on his High street property
that he purchased of attorney Noah Aluli.
W. G. Scott of Paia went to Honolulu
this week to attend the Hawaiian Rub
ber Growers Association meeting.
After the meeting of the Hawaiian
Rubber Growers Association meeting
there will be a great banquet at the
The evening meal will be twice as good
and twice as wholesome if you have a few
bottles of Primo Beer on the table.
We have all the latest time-saving de
vices that enable the amateur to turn out
superior work. Fine Kodaks and Kodak
supplies. Developing and printing by
mail. Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Any woman may be perfectly safe in
picking out a box of cigars for her hus
band, if she takes care to ask for Robert
Burns, Little Bobbies, Van Dyck, or Owl
cigars. M. A. Gunst & C., Honolulu.
Fred Church, the tausau agent, is on
Maui in the interest, of his agency. He
has made many friends on Maui.
Attorney W. A Kinney went to Hono
lulu, Friday night to argue an appeal be.
fore the Supreme Court. He will pro
bably be back today.
An extensiou of the October term of
Court was ordered Wednesday of this
week and it is doubtful if the cases be
fore the court can all be disposed of with
out u further extension.
Judge Quarles went to Honolulu to re
nreseut Carl Waldayer before the Su
preme Court in an appeal.
Mr. S. S. Paxsou of the Singer Sewing
Machine Company is on Maui assisting
Mr. S. Decker for a few days in placing
Malinger F. P. Rosecrans, of the Paia
store, went to Honolulu this week. He
will attend the Rubber Growers Associa
To arrive today and
The Wailuku Fire Company held a hot
meeting Monday evening in the Fire
Company's building. All members who
had at any time been ahscti) were subject
to a fine but this was finally voted down.
It would seem that some of the rules
should be amended if the company is to
live and continue its usefulness. The
boys receive no pay for their labor and
pay monthly dues anil for them to then
be subject to fines for non-attendance at
drill is too severe.
C. W. Ashford went to Hawaii last
week to defend Senator elect Baker on a
charge of embezzlement. There are two
charges of embezzlement against Baker.
The str. Claudine, due to leave Kahu
lui Wednesday, Noveinlier 25th, enroute
to Honolulu, will instead leave Kahului
Tuesday, Noveinlier 24th, one day in ad
vance of regular schedule.
On Friday, November 2uth, 2 P. M.,
the str. Mikalu la will leave Lahaiua en-
route to Honolulu, one day in advance
of regular schedule.
V. A. Vetleson has on display Holiday
(roods and toys for the children. See ad
in another column.
The girls and ladies of the Sewing class
will give a sale on Saturday evening,
Dec. 5th, for the benefit of the kinder
garten and settlement work at Alexander
Bishop Restarick will lie in town Mon
The usual Thauksi;iviiiif services will
be held on Thanksgiving Day in tin
Church of the Good Shepherd ut 11 a. in
not 1 en.
Notice is hereby given that all old un
paid claims against the County of Man
for the term undine Dec. 31, 1 908, must
lie filed w ith the County Clerk no late
than Dec. 5, I908.
W. F. KAAE.
Nov. 14 21- 2S.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hamakuapoko .011
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY. SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Lnndgraf
PRoi-RiKTOtt KA LUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
We will do the
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, T. II. up to Thursday December
oth, 1908, and then opened, for the con
struction of Section 2 of the Relocation
Road from Pauwela toward Peahi,
about one and one half miles).
Plans and specifications can be obtain
ed of the undersigned at his office on and
after Saturday Nov. 28, 190S, 11)1011 mak
ing a dejKisit of $5.00, which deposit wiil
be refunded upon their return.
No tender will be entertained unless
made out on the form and sealed in the
nvelope provided by the undersigned,
and accompanied by a certified check in
the amount of J250.00, made payable to
the order of Win. Helming, Chairman of
the Board of Supervisors.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Maui, T. H.
Dated Nov. 13, 1908.
Nov. 21, 2S and Dec. 5.
The President of the United States
having designated Thursday, the 26th
dav of November. iqo8. as a day of
general thanksgiving and prayer, I re
commend that all the people of this Ter
ritory observe that day appropriately
During the pant year all things have
worked together in an unusual degree
for the welfare of Hawaii; the prosjierity
and progress has been such us to call for
a special sense and manifestation of gra
titude. Therefore let the people assem
ble at there nlaces of worship or in their
homes for praise and thanksgiving to the
Almighty fur blessings received and
prayer for future guidance; let there be
family reunions, entertainment of Strang
ers, cessation from lalxir as far as prcti
cable and abundance of charity.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the Great Seal
of the Territory to be affixed.
Done at the Capitol in Honolulu this
14th day of Noveinlier, A. D., 1908
Bv the Governor; W. F. FREAK.
E. A. Mott-Smith,
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Manhattan Cafe will serve a so
cial Thanksgiving dinuer next Thursday,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HONOU'Ll1, T. II., AND
Waim'ku, Maui, T. H.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will not lie resjons.ble for any
debts contracted without his written or
der. E. H. BAILEY.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
I have given a General Power of Attor
ney to C. D. Lufkin who will attend to
my business during my absence.
E. II. BAILEY.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
NOTHING AMISS. ,
Two Scottish farmers met on
their way to church. "Man," said
Donald, "I was wonderin' what
you will be nskin' for yon bit sheep
over at your steadin'?" "Man,"
replied Dougal, "I wass thinkin' I
wad be wantin' 50 shillin's for
that sheep." "I will tak it at
that," said Donald; "but,- ocli,
man, Dougal, I'm awfu' surprised
at you doin' business on the Saw-
bath!" "Business!" exclaimed
Dougal. "Man, sellin' a sheep
like that for 50 shullin's is not
business at all; it's just charity!"
A ganger on one of our large
lines of railway has a koen Gaelic
wit. One warm afternoon, while
walking along the line, he found
one of his men placidly sleeping on
the embankment. Tho "boss"
looked disgustedly at the delin
quent for a full minute and then
"Slape on, ye Jazy spalpeen,
slajie on, for as long as you slape
you've got a job, but when you
wake up you ain't got none." Tit-Kits.