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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 0, 1909
Mr. C. D. I.ufkiti of Wailuku, Maui,
sells tlie Inner Player riano, now so ex
tensively advertised in tlie magazines.
If you want b piano nf any style ir price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the East last Spring Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will he to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner P'. er can be seen in
Wnituku by ci Uin'on Mr. Lufkin.
The Woman Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold their social
meeting next Tuesday, January 2th, at
the residence of Mrs. Aiken, Kahului.
In the Pullctin prize voting contest for
the most popular girl for Maui, the fol
lowing entries have been made: MissL.
K. Hurt, Miss Mollie Cnniinings, Miss
Kwn Scholtz, Miss Mary Collier, Miss
Miss Ilattie Kalino, Miss. Mollie King,
Miss Mabel Waiaholo. Miss Jennie Han
sen, Miss Carry Scholtz, Miss Mary Hoff
man and Miss Annie Decker. Miss
Mollie Cummings wants to with
draw from the contest. The prize is n
free trip to the Seattle exposition and re
turn. A mimber of hole9 blown in the maca
dam on Market Street, Wailuku, were in
evidence morning after New Year, the
result of setting off Bombs to welcome
the New Year.
Officer Palea went down ou the Clau-
dine. Tuesdav. to escort a crazv pake to
the Honolulu Asylum, Palea being fair
ly acquainted with its location may be
tiusted to deliver his charge safely and
not turn him loose by mistake on the
scene of the municipal wrangle.
D. II. Kahaulelio, ex deputy County
Attorney, returned to his home, Pukoo,
W. R. Farrington, Kditor of the Even
ing Bulletin, called at the Maui News
ollice Tuesday evening, lie came up 10
take a close range view of Maui's big
sugar plantation, Puunenc, for the pur
pose of giving it a writeup.
Some forty head of fat beef cattle from
Molokai ranch were brought over by
steamer for the Puunene butchers. Speed
the day whert the beef famine ends.
A. N. Hayselden Esq. of Lahaina was
111 town Monday, January 4. He came
over to attend the meeting of the Ex
ecutive uf the Republican County Com
Dr. J. J. Carey will leave for Lahaina
next Monday, where he expects to prac
tice for one or two weeks. AH those de
siring dental work done should see him.
Fassengers Ex Claudine, Kahului, Jan,
b. 11. A. liaiuwin, juiss k.. uocKiug,
Miss M. Hocking, Mrs. M. Paulo, Mrs.
Bellniore, Judge R. C Quarles, Miss Mar
shall, Mrs. Win. Bell, Mrs. V, O. Smith,
M. F. Prosser, C. W. McClanahan, G.
Fhillips, C. V. McEachern, J. II. Brown,
A. E. Brune, Alfred Hansen, J no. Sabey,
Thos. Cockett, M. C. Ah Sue, Mrs. F.
Mitchell, and children. D. H. Kaha
ulelio, Wallace R. Farrington.
At Waikapu last Sunday afternoon at
- the reeular service. Rev. Rowland B,
Dodge admitted to the membership of
the Church eiirht young people, all but
one of whom was on confession of faith,
He also baptized four children.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai has written to
Honolulu stating that he has not resign
ed his office, nor has he given his resign
ation to the Governor or any one else to
be used in Washington in case the De
partiueut of Justice should demand it
The Governor himself was authority for
the contrary statement. P. C. Adveriser.
Dr. J. J. Carey, dentist, is having a
specially constructed deutal parlor built
on the Schrader premises, Main Street,
where he will hereafter attend to the
wants of his patrons.
. M. F. Prosser, the Honolulu attorney,
was in w aiiuKu looking aucr me inter
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ests of the Wailuku Sugar Co. in the
Waldeyer damage suit cases.
Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky has removed
her cattle, about 300 heads, from .her
Kuia ranch to Grove Ranch, Makawao,
on account of the drouth.
Jos. F. Welch, the Jailor of Wailuku
Jail, is advertising bids for supplies to
close on the 18th day of January.
The Maui people who went to the Ililo
races, reports of having a fine time and
that a view of t!i. town of Ililo was
worth the trip.
The Kahului R. R. Co. is planning a
railway extension across the Maliko
gulch to the pineapple cannery and will
probably liegin work sometime this year,
The extension will open up the East Ma
The Kahului R. R. Co. has ordered two
auto trucks for handling the freight traf
fic between the end of its line at Paia and
the Haiku Pineapple Cannery.
The port of Kahului handles about
ico.ouo tons of sea bourne freight, in and
out, in the course of a year. Of this 95
000 tons are shipped to the Mainland 111
sugar and pineapples yearly.
Quite ft number of students returned to
the Honolulu schools and colleges by the
R. A. Wadsworth, K. 11. Carley, E. F.
iH'iuert and C. Hansen went to Honolulu,
Friday last, to attend the Knights of
Pythias conclave for the installation of
Mr. P. Cockett who went to take in the
Ililo races on New Year, visited the vol
cano. Wlnle in lino lie lelt tlie eartli
(juake which happened a little after the
Sicilian disaster had been reported.
The Wailuku' Market has notified its
customers that hereafter it will sell leef
at for choice cuts, 15c for rumps
and rounds, and 12 'Ac tier pound for
The S. S. Texan arrived at Kahului to
take sugar, a day ahead of schedule
time, January 7th.
Reliable horse and cart for Sale cheap.
Apply to Salvation Army, Wailuku.
FOR SALE. .
A reliable driving horse, buggy and
Harness, complete for f 200.
N. A. SPARKS,
Doings In And Around
Wailuku Police Court.
Tim following rases vo:o tried
before Judge McKay's court Wed
nesday forenoon, and as the new
County Attorney Jus. L. Coke
mils it were given "magnanimous
Territory of Hawaii versus Aka-
boshi, charged with practicing me
dicine without a license, there be
ing two charges one was nolle
pross'd, and the defendant plead
guilty to the other The kind
hearted judge hung the fabled
sword of Damocles over' him for
twelve months in the shape of a
Kane Kalolo, charged with bur
glary in the second degree, waived
examination and was committed
to the grand jury for further trou
A number of Japanese were tried
and found guilty of crap shooting
and sentenced to pay five dollars
each for the benefit of the Territo
Chung Wai Yung a Chinese aged
about 34 years, committed suicide
at Lamalii, Wailuku, by hanging
himself. When found tlie man had
been dead several hours.
After investigations the police
was satisfied mere was no ioui
play, as the man was off his head,
and had told a cousin that he had
but a few days to live.
Kimura Niihori, 11 young Nip
ponese aged 25 yearr, and an em
ployee of the Puunene Store Sta
bles while cupping a horse was
kicked in the right side of his ab
domen, from which he died, Jan
uary 5th. Death resulted from an
internal hemorrhage caused by a
rupture of the kidneys.
u v m v ut
Maui doubts that Judge Kepoi
kai's resignation was sent to or ac
cepted by the President. We
know nothing positive about ac
ceptance, but it is true that Oov
ernor Frear the resignation to Wa
shington to he used in case tlie
charges against Judge Kepoikai
should be deemed serious enough
to warrant his removal. Rumors
have come from there that the re
signation has been filed and it is
expected that, as soon as Congress
reconvenes, the nomination of a
new Judge will be sent to the
Senate. This information, though
not official, comes from well-informed
sources, and wo have no
reason to discredit it. P. C. Ad
Maui people are not discrediting
the rumored resignation entirely. It
is like smoke in the air and every
body has heard it. Tim Honolulu
press is commenting freely on it,
why should Maui ctip in i.iul spoil
tlie guessing that's going on?
(Continued from pngeji.)
STA XDIN'O COM M ITTKES .
A resolution providing for three
standing committees, 0110 on roads,
one on jxiliee and one on the Wai
luku Town 1 was adopted by a
unanimous vote of the ltoard.
The committees, to consist of one
number of the Ixiard each are to
take charge of the matters under
theni between the meetings, and all
their acts an' subject to the Imard's
The Committee on Hoads to
gether with the County Engineer
the district supervisor and road
overseer practically have control of
ill road matters in each district of
The Police Committee together
with the sheriff tlie supervisor and
deputy sheriff are to have control of
all jxiliee matters.
The Committee on the Wailuku
Town Hall, consist of the Supervisor
for Wailuku, tlie Treasurer and
County Engineer, and has fulll
charge of the town hall.
After adoption of the resolution
T. 15. Lyons was appointed to the
town Hall Committee, W P. Haia,
Police Committee, and W. F.
Poetic, on the Roads Committee.
Chas. Gav asked for an appro
priation of $2,500, for road work
on Lanai for tlie year. Sent to
Committee on roads.
The Supervisors made the fol
lowing appropriations from its
general fuuds for road improve
ments for six months to June 30,
Belt Roads New Work.
Molokai-Kawela-IIal.uva 8 1,500
Makawao-Waikina-Pea hi 0,500
For Road Maintenance.
It was expected the democratic
minority would put in strenuous
kicks at anything the republican
majority would propose, and the
people on the streets expressed
some disappointment at the way
in which the democrats ignored the
opportunity of playing to the gal
lery, by settling down to business
ingdisregardiug politics when putt
and in some work for the good of
the County and the public service
Even the noble work Jas. L.
Coke is doing for the good of the
public service gets scant recogni
tion on the streets. The outsiders
wanted to see a scrap like that go-
ing on in Jionoiuiu, ana were uis
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appointed at tlie good common
sense displayed by the democratic
County Sneriff Saffery asked the
County fathers for the following
appropriations for the six months
ending June 30, 1909: Police Pay
Roll $11,640; Coroners' Inquest
8300; Support of prisoners $300
Medical Expenses $150; Expenses
Witnesses $50; Detectives $1,500
Sheriff's Incidentals $750.
County Sheriff Saffery have
made the following police appoint
ments. Wailuku: Chas. Lake, Capt.
$00 a month; W. II. Rogers, J no.
Ferreira, Lieuts. $55 each; J. Pes
tano, M. Soqueira, P. Adams $50
each. Specials: Win. Kahaickai,
and K. Kailianu $35 each; D. K.
Napuunoa $15; W. Keanu, M. O.
Paschoal, W. Fenerpeil $25 each;
W. E. Maikai $30; J. Kipakuhia,
and J. Brown Jr., Guards $45.
Lahaina: J. Roberts, Capt.
$60; Wm. Kaluakini, Lieut. $55;
D. K. Mookini, G, K. Paaoao, Pia
Kauhanc goO each ; Chas. 1 1 00 i i ,
(iuard 15: Alaina Kanela $25: N.
Kaopuiki $10; Lono David $15.
One spuria! for Olownlu and one
for Liiliiiina not vet commissioned.
liana: Sol. Aikau, Capt. $50;
, K. Kapoi, J. M. Koko, Lieuts.
."; E. Kahakauila, E. I!. Keike,
H. K. Kaalakea. and (!. P. Nehe
min $:'() each; J. Kail"sl5. Police
man for Nahiku yet to lie appoint
Molokai. J. X. Ualiinui and A.
K. Laumauna, Lieuts, 8:10. H. II.
Meyer, W. K. Kaai, Akoni Keaka,
and Kaopuiki 25 each. P. H. Ka-
Makawao. A D. Morton, ('apt.
$00, E. Forsythe, Lieut. 855, Kalei
iind Luke (linn 8 10 apiece, L. Pa-
jxiko, H. Kahianioc, I. Wallace and
Jas Pifown 8!0 apiece, J. S. Souza
ml J. Mitchell, $20 apiece.
E. 11. Rogers clerk at 890.
As shown by the rejxirts the
'ounty of Maui spent in the year
1907 $15!),250.O3, of which $101,-
43,8.31 went for road maintenance
and improvements, and $57, 17. 79
for salaries, jxiliee and otlier general
items of expense.
For the year just closed, 190S,
l.8,070.72, of which amount
$130,915.89 was for road main
tenance and improvements and
51,721.83, for salaries, police and
The following recommendations
for appointments as Road Over
seers were submitted to the board
cf supervisors: Geo. (troves for
Makawao, Frank Sommerfeld for
Wailuku, and W. L. Decoto for
Lahaina. Deferred to February
The supervisors also appointed
the following: Hugh Howell,
County Engineer, C. J. Foss Jr.,
Assistant County Engineer, Samuel
Keliinoi Clerk ot the Road De
partment. ililo Horse Wins
The Ililo races were a three corner
ed fight between Hawaih Maui and
Oalm horses. While the Maui horses
sent up there were good racers yet
with the advantage of place and
environment in favor of Hawaii, it
was uphill work to land any of the
The weather was disagreeable to
visitors but probably the usual thing
for Ililo. The first race was a half
mile dash for Hawaiian bred
horses. The starters were Elko and
Breakwater. Breakwater had the
lead for a while but on the home
t retch it was nip and tuck and
Elko passed under the wire by a
head to the good and abjudged win
ner. Time, 0:53? 4.
The second race for the 81 ,(J(X),(X)
Merchants' Stakes were Ix-twecu
Banonica, Frolic, Adion and Brum r
Won by Banoiiiea, with Adion sue
ond. Time, 2:11.
Adion ran well considering tin
fact the track was heavy and wet
Hoolulu Park. January 1. l'.KJi)
Weather rainy, track heavy.
Halt mile, Hawaiian broil, purse
100. Elko, Ferreira, 1st ; Break
water, Willis, 2nd.
Time, 0:53)4. Won by a head
Merchants Makes, y miles,
purse $l,(i00. Banoiiiea, Willis, 1st;
Adion, McAulilTe, 2nd; Brnner,
Ferreira , 3rd; Frolic, Iiiehardson.O.
Time, 2:14. Won by six lengths,
ten lengths Utween second and
Trotting and pacing, one milt
best two heats in three, purse $250
Harry Hurst, J. Gibson, 1st; Waldo
J.. J. Ileddy It. Lyman. 2nd; Par
nell, It. Davis, 3rd.
Time, 2:33, 2:30.
One mile Hawaiian hretl, purse
S250. Major Collier, Willis, 1st;
Indigo, Ferreira, 2ml.
Time, 1:50. Won by a length,
rix furlongs, free-Iur-all, purse
$200. Banoiiiea, Willis, 1st; Adion,
McAulilTe, 2nd; Brunei-, Ferreira,
3rd; J. T. I-ine, 0; Trilby (irocii,
Time, 1:1U. Won by two lengths
Six furlongs, .Hawaiian bred,
purse, $100. Major Collier, Willis,
1st; Indigo, Ferreira, 2nd; Elko,
Time, 1:20. Won by n length.
Hoolulu Park, January 2, 1909.
Weather rainy, track sloppy.
One and one-half miles free-for-
all, purse $25.0. Frolic, Willis, 1st;
Adion, McAulilTe, 2nd; Trilby
Given, Richardson. 3rd.
Time 2:48-?4. Won in a canter
bv three lengths.
Trotting and pacing, one mile,
best two heats in three, purse $100.
Waldo J., R. Davis, 1st; Harry
Hurst, J. Gibson, C. David, 2ud,2;
Parnell, W. Lucas, 3rd.
Time, 2:32, 2:3l!i.
Half mile match, purse $100.
Breakwater, Willis, 1st; Elko, Mc
Time, 0:51. Won by a length.
Six furlongs, Hawaiian bred,
purse frl-iO. .Major Collier, W illis,
1st; Indigo, Ferreira, 2nd.
Time, 1:21. Won by a length.
Mx lurlongs, Iree-lor-all, purse
$250. Ranonica, Willis, 1st; Fro
lic, Richardson, 2nd; Adion, Mc
Time, 1:21. Won on the bit by
Halt mile, Hawaiian hretl, purse
$100. Major Collier, Willis, 1st:
Indigo, Ferreira, 2nd; Elko, Mc-
Auliffe, 3rd; Breakwater, Togo, 0.
Time, 0:52. Won by a length.
Half mile match. Okamura, Ya-
niamoto, 1st; Sweet Nell, Ferreira,
A silver watch and chain. Owner can
have same by calling at this office prov
ing property and paying expenses.
Jan. 9, 16, 23.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. II .
J. C. FITZGERALD
M. It. C. V. 8. L.
Residence: Burlem House
Delivered in Wailuku everv Saturday
and at Paia and Hamakuaxko on
Woilnesclays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER. ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H . L a nd e r a
I'ROI'RIKTOR KA LUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will uot be responsible for anv
debts contracted without his written or-
R. II. BAILEY.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
I have given a General Power of Attor
ney to C. I). Lufkin who will attend to
my business during my absence.
E. II. BAILEY.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of The First National Bank
of Wailuku will be held at its Banking
House on Tuesday, January 12th, 1909,
at 10 a. 111.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Dec. 12, 19, 26. Jan. 2, 9.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of The Lahaina National
Bank will be held at its Banking House,
on Tuesday, January !2th, 1909, at 7p.n1.
C. D. Lufkin,
Dec. 12, 19, 26. Jan. 2, 9.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Hoxoi.i'LU, T. II.
L. J. likberg, the Pioneer Singer sew
ing machine man, is once more back
Maui to succeed S. Decker, former agent
of the Singer Sewing Machine. "Watch
nnr a. 1.1 lutor "
Tenders for Hupplylnjv
Sealed traders fur furnishing the fol
lowing supplies for the Wailuku Jail for
the term of eleven months from February
I, 1909, will be ri-ceivcd at the office of
the Jailor, Wailuku, up to January iSth,
19119, 10 a. in., as follows:
1st and 2nd quality beef per pound.
Pork, per pound.
1st and 2nd quality Salmon per bbl.
Hawaiian rice, per bag.
No. and No. 2. Island Sugar per bag of
Honolulu Saloon Pilot bread, per lb.
Coffee, ground, per pound.
Coffee, green, per pound.
Mission Soap, per box.
Star Kerosene Oil, per case.
Poi, per pound.
First and second items will be awarded
to one party putting in the best bid for
same, the remaining grocery items will
be awarded to one party, except the item
for poi which will lie awarded as an ilem
Bidders must be prepared to furnish
satisfactory bonds in the sum of $500.00
for the continued and regular delivery of
any or all of said supplies bid for. The
right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
For further information apply
JOS. F. WELCH,
Wailuku January 2, 1909.
Jan. 2, 9, 16.
A front autombile curtain with large
celluloid window. Return to Dr. Geo.
S. Aiken, Kahului and receive reward.
The regular Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of the Baldwin National
Bank of Kahului will be held at its bank
ing house on Tuesday, January 12th,
1909, at 10 a. -in.
V. C. LINDSAY,
Dec. 26, Jan. 2, 9.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of the Maui Wine & Liouor Co.
Ltd. will be held at the office of the Com
pany, on Wednesday, January 27th, 190S,
at 7:30 P. M.
Secretary Maui Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd.
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