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'HE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1908
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Santa Clans lias made our store his headquarters
and cordially invites you and the little ones to
come and sec him.
We hare 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.
For Your Christmas Dinner
- California Cocktail
Sierra in tin foil
McLaren's in jars,
Chocolate in cartons
Chocolate Cream Cakes
To arrive today and
Cn ul il lower
A. E N O 3,
THE PIONEER STORE
We will do the
The girls and ladies of the Sewing class
will give a sale on Saturday evening,
uec. 5tn, lor the benefit of the kinder
garten and settlement work at Alexander
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
lias new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night.
A. Do Rego, l'roprietor.
.Ring up 284 for a good smiare meal.
we'll deliver at your door. Price reason
able. Deliver only within City limit.
Mr. C. E. Mellor of the Haiku Fruit
and Packing Company returned Tuesday
from a vacation trip to Hoiiolulu
Henry Jaeger of Kauai is on Maui this
week looktng over the tunnels recently
constructed by Carl Waldeyer. He is
here in the interest of the Wailuku Sugar
R. A. Kearns came up Tuesday to re
port the case of Carl Waldeyer versus the
wailuku bugar Company. He is here in
the interests of the defendant.
W. A. Kinney and Judge F.ddings
came up from Honolulu to represent the
Wailuku Sugar Company in its defense
in the suit brought by Carl Waldeyer.
Dr. A. J. Derby passed through town
irom i,aliaina Tuesday.
Three Katts were registered at the
Maui Hotel one day this week. Thev
are from San Francisco.
St. Clair Bidgood and; jSr Otmeyi
Waialua went to Hilo Tuesday ; .
Ben Waggoner h .Aill at ' the ' Maui
Hotel. He is traveling for the firm of
II. Hackfeld & Co.
Dan Conway is at the Wailuku Hotel.
Dan is one of the'veteran traveling men
of the territory.
Dr. R. H. Dinegar returned Saturday
from a trip to Honolulu. He brought
back a fine Chalmers Detroit automobile.
The machine is a double seated car and
will meet the needs of the Doctor and
his family. The Doctor will soon re
ceive a smaller car for use in his pro
fessional practice. .
A demented Korean who was a laborer
on the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Cos. plantation tried to commit suicide
Monday morning by cutting his throat.
He is now in the hospital under the care
of the doctor aud will recover,
A burglary was committed at Lahaina
rrway night. Yit Long had a trunk
containing five hundred dollars taken
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irum uis room ana carried into a cane
field where it was robbed of all the mo
ney the truuk contained. .There were
some valuable silks in the trunk but
these were not molested. The cook of
the man whose room was burglarized was
The oil pipe in Kahului harbor has
oeen taken up Jrom the bottom of the
harbor and placed on the breakwater-
The Santa Rita is in the harbor of k'a.
hulm with forty thousaud barrels of oil.
She is having trouble with her hose and
will be delayed longer than usual.
The Texan arrived Saturday mornine
with about eleven hundred tons of
freight. She left Tuesday.
The steamer Arizouan is expected to
arrive early next month.
The steamer Lurliue will lie in Kahului
about the 16th of December and will
then make regular runs from Kahului to
San Francisco. She will carry passengers.
Today is Hawaiian Iudependance Day.
Tim Lyons came ur Tuesday and will
take charge of the Post Office soon. He
has recently been annointprl
Thanksginiug was appropriately 9b,
Dr. J, Derby i at Pai on 1,10k
sional visit. He will remain some tfm$
and those desiring dental work done are
requested to see him personally or by
Rev. Martin Lutera, the pastor of Kea
wakapu church died November loth.
The evening meal will be twice asgcod
and twice as wholesome if you have a few
bottles of Primo Beer on the table.
We have all the latest time-savinir de-
vices that enable the amateur to turn out
superior work. Fine Kodaks and Kodak
supplies. Developing aud printing bv
mail. Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
V. A. Vetlesen has on display Holiday
goods and toys for the children. See ad
in another column.
Bishop Restarick is on Maui this week
He is the guest of Rev. Cutinti ami Hf i
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s .uiupany nave pur
chased the business of the Hawaii Photo
and Art Co. Mr. A. R. Gurrey Jr. who is
wen ami favorably known on Maui is
me manager of the new company and
win doubtless make a success of the con
cem. See their ad in another column.
Frank Stack, a former Puimhou loy,
now in school on the Coast, is recovering
from an operation on his skull hist ImrL-
of the ear.
"Volcano" Marshall died in Shan (dial
November 1st. He came fo Honolulu
during the boom times. He was a Journ
alist of strong views and had a fine voca-
Duiary. He feared no one and was most
caustic in his writings. He made many
strong friends and many bitter enemies.
J. J. Walsh and family arrived from
China Tuesday where Mr. Walsh has
Deen in business. He will take
charge of the management of the Kahu
lui Store on December. Mr. Walsh was
for years head bookkeeper of the Kahu.
lui Store and is well and favorably known
here. Mr. Walsh is one of the most
popular employees of the Kahului Store
that has ever been connected with that
store and is a man of energy and ability
and has the confidence of the entire
Judge Kingsbury conducted -his first
case in the Territory as I'uited : States
commissioner November mth. He bound
over Livia Malakaua and WaJia l'ioiia:ii
to the Federal grand jury on a chan-e of
adultery. The man was held, iu fw
bonds aud the wotftan released : on li. r
own recognizance." '.i . -f
,,Tac exceptions of the defendant in the
case of Carl Waldeyer vs. the Wailuku
Sugar Company were overruled in the
Supreme .Court Friday morning. The
court held that there had been no abuse
of discretion when Judge Kepoikai de
uied the motion of the defense for con
tinuance. The case was set for trial by
the local court for Wednesday of this
week and the work of securing a jury is
now on hand. The suit is for $35,000.
W. R. Castle has locally discovered the
new comet. Barely visible to the naked
eye it is clearly so with a field glass.
Last night at 8 o'clock it was about fifteen
degrees below and a little to the left of
the constellation of the Eagle. This
constellation can be distinguished by
three stars in the western heavens atiout
forty-five degress above the hori.ou at
eight o'clock. These three stars are iu a
line almost horizontal and the middle
one, Altair, is much the brightest of the
Deaths from contagious diseases, in the
district of Honolulu duriag the fifteen
days ended November 15 were one from
(liptitlieria, seven from tuberculosis and
one lrom typhoid fever, a total of nine.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin and Mrs. Baldwin
returned Friday night from Hawaii where
uiey enjoyen a delightful vacation. Mr.
Baldwin stated that he had seen the lava
flow of 1S63 and 1 S6S and other outbreaks
but Had never seen anything to compare
wiin tiie present activity of Kilauea. He
said there is a fascination aliout the
activity of Kilauea that is indiscribable.
He visited the camp of the Mahogany
Company aud the quarry at Kaooho
where rock is being obtained for the
breakwater. He was the guest at a luau
given by Stephen Desha.
St. Clair Bidgood of the Haleiwa Ho-
tel and J. Oim, head luna of Waialua
plantation arrived on the Claudine Sat
urday. They are spending a ten days
vacation on Mam.
The wedding of Miss Mary Pestana of
Wailuku to Mr. M. P. Lechandro of Wai
kapu took place last Saturday afternoon.
The ceremony was performed by Father
Maxiniin at St. Anthony's Church. Af
ter the ceremony the guests departed to
the home of the young couple where they
enjoyed a good time.
Mauf Auto Company
Makes New Rates
Pedagogues Meet and Hold
The teachers of tho Wailuku
and Makawao districts held their
regular Kali meeting in the assem
bly room of the Wailuku school
Friday at 10 A. M. A large num
ber of teachers and others interest
ed in educational matters were
present. The following pro
gramme was rendered and dis
1. Class Demonstration of 1M
Work in Grade I,
2. Impressions of a visit to Japan,
3. How Plants Grow,
4. Readim?: What, in tlm i,,nit-
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The Maui A "to Company has
published a can I specifying the rates
fr hire of autos from Wailuku to
all points, and the same goes into
elbct today. Any and all siiecial
rates heretofore made are null and
void. The new rates are much low
er than those of Honolulu or the
states. They have added a splen
did seven seated Wintoii ear to their
Ituick and Kissel and are now in a
position to accommodate any numb-
er. J Ins ear was formerly ilie nm.i
peltyof (ieolge R. Carter.
jj , t with the Public Schools,
5. Primary Language Workj ''
o. The San Francisco Schools,
7. Medical Inspection in the
8. Conversational English.
Mr. II. M. Wells,
i). The Universily Summer School,
Sealed tenders will be received Jiy the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, T. H. up to Thursday December
10th, 1908, and then ojiened, for the con
struction of Section 2 of the Relocation
of 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. 2S, 1908, upon mak-
ng a deposit 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
envelop provided by the undersigned,
aud accompanied by a certified check in
the amount of 1250.00, made payable to
the order of Win. Helming, Chairman of
the Board of Supervisors.
The Board reserves the right to reiect
any or all bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Maui, T. II.
Dated Nov. 13, 190S.
Nov. 21, 28 and Dec. 5.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oh KICKS AT
Ho.oi.ei.e, T. II., a.nu
Wailcku, Mali, T. H.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Rank
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
DR. GOO. S. AIKEN
Kaih u i, Mai i, T. 11.
Office Hourt : 9 a. 1:1; to-4'p ui.
The undersigned bavin? be?n
pofntet executor of the' .Last.' Wfci''
iestament ol hamuel Keanu, late of Wai
luku, Maui T. H. deceased. Notice is
hereby given to all persons to present
their claims against the estate of said
Samuel Keanu deceased, duly authenti
cated whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, to the undersigned at the
office of James L. Coke, Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., within six mouths from the date
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Noyembe
F.xecutor of the Last Will and Testa
nieut of Samuel Keanu, deceased.
Nov. 14, 21, 28. Dec. 5, 12.
I will not be responsible for any debts
contracted in my name by any person
without my written order.
WILLIE K. HOOPII,
Olowulu, Maui, November 14. IQ08.
Nov. 28, Dec. 5, u, and 19,