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'HE MAUI NEWS
SAT URDAY, AUGUST 21, 190
locate anb personate J
II. M. tiittcl is registered tit th
K1. Peck returned from Honolulu
.Sehooning.tho automobile man is
on Maui this week.
Dan Conway tlie veteran travc
ing .salesman is in tow n.
Superintendent J. X. S. Williams
went to the City Wednesday.
water liohertuia was a passcnge
to Honolulu liy Ibis weeks Claudim
Don't miss tlie auction sale of th
effects of Captain Kandallof KaliU
Fathers Maxiinin, Justin anil
Frnnris left for Honolulu Wed no
Miss Fleming of the llamakuapi
Ko seiiool went to the eity odnes
J. . rpil,or the traveling man is
on Maui drumming trade for Ruben
There will bo no services in the
Church of the (iood Shepherd to
Lorrin A. Thurston has sueeeded
Itoyal I). Mead us editor of the 1'lan
ur. uoo. r?. AiKen will lie away
from homo on a trip to the crater
for two weeks.
Miss Starhird, a teacher of Hono
lulu is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cojio
land of Wailuku.
Deputy Attorney-General Lorrin
Andrews was in Wailuku on legal
business this week. .
A Japanese died of nppopluxy on
honrd the Kteninr Plnmlini. nt TTfinn
on Tuesday at midnight.'
Tho family of the Rev. Canon
Ault are rusticating at Senator Hay-
selden s iH'aeh house in Lahaina.
A party of tilxnit fifteen people
will start Sunday morning on a ten
days' trip through Haleakala crater.
tsrotners .losepn ana lioin-rt re
turned to the city Wednesday after
a visit to tho Brothers of St. An
Of the special income tax for im
migration three-fourths and con
servation one-tourtn there is now in
the treasury 115,000.
County Attorney J. L. Coke was
cabled for to come to San Francisco
this week on account of the serious
illness of his eldest son Philip.
Mrs. Mary Almy was granted a
divorce from Henry N. Almy by
Judge Robinson on the 13th, the
libellee not contesting the suit.
Mr. J. Ross Ferguson, the travel
ing sales manager of the Dunham,
Carrigan and Ilayden Co. of San
Francisco, is stopping at the Kahu
lui Club Hotel.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
Social Meeting on Tuesday, August
21, at 2:30 p. m. at the residence
of Mr. McKay Wailuku.
There will be an auction sale, of
the household effects of Dr. R. II.
Dinegar on Wednesday August 2"th.
See the auction sale notice of D. H.
Davis in another column.
Marston Campbell accompanied
Messrs. Lcighton and Mendonhall
on their return to Honolulu Satur
day. They went as far as Xahiku
whenfon their tour of investigation.
Several Montana people who visit
ed the Seattle fair and intended
going on to Alaska changed their
minds under the lure of the Ha
waiian exhibit and came down here
in the Alameda.
Dr. Deas of liana met with a
painful accident last Wednesday,
while returning from boarding the
schooner Jas. Rolph frin San Fran
cisco. The Dr. took hold of a rope
fast to the wharf to assist himself
out of the boat. The rope proved
rotten and broke dropping the Dr.
to tho iMittom of the small boat,
where, be sustained a fracture of the
foliar bono. The Dr. is alxiut
among his patients, although with
aria temporarily out of commission, j
The Misses Mary ami Edith
Christolfersen are guests of Miss
Jennie Hansen this week. They
and Miss Hansen are part of the
party which will ascend Haleakala
Sunday and tour Fast Maui.
Manager C. J. Austin of the Ha
waiian American Rubber Company
is as enthusiastic as ever and
since the latest quotation of rubber
in the India Rubber World is given
at 82. (K) per jound he has good
cause to be.
Train dispatcher Roll of the Ka
hului Railroad Company oxiM-ots to
leave with bis family shortly after
the first of ScptcinlM-r. He may
locate in Mexico, or Central Am
erica He is considered a first e ass
man in his line.
Treasurer Colliding is following
up secondhand dealers who are do
inqueiit on their 625 license! fci
The Legislature left this class of
business license with the Territory
when handing over license collec
tions to the counties.
Owing to the departure of Captain
Randall ami family of Kahului nil of
their household furniture glass ware
crockery, rugs, mats, hooks, plants, palms,
etc. etc., will te sold nt public auction at
Kahului on Friday August 27th at 10 A
M. ny I). H. Davis auctioneer. The list
of articles that will he offered for sale is'
too great to be mentioned.
The Maui Racing Association hold
meetiug Tuesday evening and
made some minor changes in the
bylaws. Eight new members were
elected and many others will come
in later. J hero will be another
meeting on Tuesday September 21st
it the Maui Hotel.
Professors May Give Local
A informal dance was given
iss Mihvard Deas, last Saturday
the Residence of her parents Dr.
and Mrs. W. tt. Deas of liana.
mong those present were Misse
Elsie Chalmers, Augusta, Wittrock,
Ritchie Cockett, Anna Bcthe, Daisy
Borden, Messrs W. Haia, G. Witt-
rock, J. A pa, II . A. Deas.
Miss M. A. Ilornberger, tho first
assistant teacher in the Amador
publ ic school of Amador California
left Maui Saturday on her return to
'alifornia. Miss Hurnborger has
been visiting Mrs. I). II. Davis of
Wailuku and Mrs. Win. Walsh of
Puunene. Miss Ilornberger is highly
esteemed by all who know her.
air. L. U. Lufkin of Wailuku. Maui.
sens me inner riayer 1'iano. now so ex
tensively advertised in the niuiazines.
If you want a piano of any style or price
11 win ins 10 your interest to consult him.
When in the Kast last Sprini! Mr. Lufkin
renewed imsiness relations witll piano
iiiHiuiiaciurers wuu wuoiu lie nail done
business before coming to these islands.
It will be to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by ct lling on Mr. Lufkin.
A mass meeting was held in the
own Hall Thurday evening at
which a committee of sixty-one
members was appointed as prelinii-
ary to tho entertainment of the
Congressional party. As the Com
mittee has neither duties nor re
sponsibilities it remains to Ik1 seen
hat they will do. A chairman for
each district was appointed whose
duty it will be to call a meeting for
lis district. The chairman will
onfer next week.
Guests Registered at Mnui Hotel
During the Week.
Win. Green, Marston Campbell, Miss
Mary B. Starhird, A. J. Spit.er, C. Dutik-
nuser, C. J. Schoeing, Lorrin Andrews,
Honolulu; S. H. Moses, S. P.; I. S.
Caiifrio Jr., Joseph Teves, Henry K.
Brown, Charles Makanui, II. Lyman and
wife, George L. Todd, A. Rodriques, J.
Kealoha, Win. P. Desha, Hilo; Win.
Bids fur the Construction of the
Wailuku Ftsh Market.
Superintendent J. X. S. Wil
liams of the Kahului Railroad
Company who 1 always alive to
public interests has written to Pre
sident John W. Gilmore of the
College of Hawaii relative to giving
free lectures in Kahului and Wai
luku. He has received a very encourag
ing letter from President Gil more
in which he says:
mi- i'Mir in 11 110 nave con
cluded arrang'ntonts for the period
from August 2")th to Monday.
August 30th. If it would seem de
sirable to you and to the people of
Wailuku and Kahului we would
be pleased to stop 011 our return.
At such an arrangement we would
be able to arrive in Wailuku on
Wednesday, September 1st and
would like to leave from Lahaina
the following Friday night.
, "This year we can send only two
men, myself and Professor Young.
but if the enterprise proves entire
ly satisfactory to your community,
we will be glad to look forward to
its repetition next year, ami no
doubt by that time our faculty
would be so increased that we
could send over more persons with
more varied subject.
"From the consideration of tho
apparatus that we shall carry and
the preparation for these lectures,
it would be very convenient for us
if the lectures that we shall deliver
in Hilo might be also suited for
the occasion with vou.
"Tho subjects for the Hilo meet
ing are as follows: Subjects by
Professor John M. Voting.
"Municipal Sanitation: Discuss
ing questions of water supply, sew
age disposal uifd lay out of streets
conductive to the best sanitation
and health of the community.
Subjects by Professor John W.
Principles of Plant Improve
ment: Discussing the nature and
characteristics of plants that ren
der them valuable with the meth
ods and processes of hybridization
"Recent Investigations in Soil
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reruiuy: uiseussing the various
point? of view that have arisen in
recent years regarding the fertility
of the foil and most recent data
regarding the crop producing power
of soils of different types.
If it seemed desirable The
Economies of Agricultural Educa
tion: discussing the development
of the movement for education in
terms of the activities of life, the
social and economic factors involv
ed with a presentation of data in
dicating the trend and economic
value to the country of thw type of
Our thought is that if this enter-
prise is favorable to you, to present
these talks on .Wednesday and
Thursday evening allowing for
each talk about -15 ninutes, and
each of us appearing each evening.
We should try to make the subjects
as interesting as possible with lan
tern slides charts and other ma
terials necessary, offering the lateci
information on these subjects obtainable.
If this enterprise appeals to you
favorably, I should be pleased if
you would make arrangements for
a meeting place.
W ith best regards, I am,
JOIIX W. GILMORE,
Sealed tenders will he received at my
office in Honolulu up to noon, August
28th, 1909, for the construction of a fish
market at Wailuku, Maui, l'luns to be
had at iny oflice and of J. M. Vivas at
The right to reject any or all bids is
H. li. KF.RR,
McCandlck iiuilding, Honolulu.
Aug. 31, jH.
Many Matters of Importance
Bjfore the Board.
(Continued from hist issue.)
F. Wittrock of Hani wrote ask
ing for supplies while Marston
Campliill wrote askinsi that the
County Engineer do tie' surveying
of the Polipoli lands that may bt
I . 1 1
excnangeii Willi the l ailuku Migar
Company for lands desired by the
Superintend! nt Campbell wrote
that tiieeomniission appointed had
'eporioii that the amount ol town
properly that would he aeipiired
would lie ten and elevui one htlnd
redths acres while the agricultural
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i.iinin 10 oe aeipiireii ny the p'an-
tation would be forty three acres.
The Wailuku Sugar Company
reserves the water rights of tin
lands it exchanges and acquires the
water on such ot the lands at Poli-
pon as nave water. I lie commis
sioners reported that there was
about an acre of hind having water
rights. Mr. Lyons reported that
he had made an investigation and
that much more of the lands were
reported to him as being water
light lands than were reported by
tho commission. lie said that if
the amount of land had water
rights as had been reported to him
then the County would bo getting
the worst of the deal but if the re
port of the commission is true then
the county would get natch the
best of the bargain. Chairman
Pogue held that the matter of the
basis of the exchange was for the
consideration of the Governor and
other Territorial ollieials and not
for the board a- a bod v.
Mr. W. O Aiken, who was one
of the) commissioners was present
and state 1 that he considered tlie
Territory to bo getting tho best of
the deal to the ex tent of 11,800 and
howed that even if the amount of
land that is reported to Mr. Lvons
to have water rights is of such a
class that even then the Territory
is getting the bettor of the bargain.
Continued next issue.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Olliee, Se h ra d e r Rlock
Wailuku. Maui, T. II.
Wednesday, August 25,
at 10 a. in.
nt the Residence of
Di. Robert H. Dinegar,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
ftonuinent Works, Ltd
Honolulu X. H.
We Sell Iron Fence
Whoso Fonre rVTivcd the Iliirhost
Award, "(iolri .It eel I." WnH.r
xair, rc. ixHlls, i;!W.
TtlO most Crolimn irnt frnrr. Vint nnn
buy. 1'rire less thun n ri-peetalllR wood
fence. Why in it rrpl:nv your old one
now, Willi a neat, nitrat 'ivt llt() 1'KNCK,
"I-AT A MI'l'TIMI-.n
Ovor lnoiltwiinwril Ihm. i curclroM Hoit.r ,
, KDiicen, em., : n.nvn :n em e.iti.liiBaos.
w I'r!e will Suit.ri.- Vnu.
CAl.l, i I M-.!; S.
Notice of Nule of Lund nt OMnda.
At twelve o'clock noon, Wednesday,
August 25th, 1 guy, itt front entrance to
Court House, Wailuku, Maui, there will
he sold at public auction under I 'art IV,
Section 17, I.and Act iSys, Section 276
Revised I.aws of Hawaii, the following
3S.20 Acres more or less of kula land,
at Oliuda, M.ikawao, Maui, upset price
Jui.oo per acre. The Purchaser landing
inmseli to erect within three months
iu date of sale a lawful fence enclosing
the entire lot nnd to plant within six
months from dale of sale 600 growing
trees njioti said lot. Terms, Cash.
MAR STOX C A M V 11 K 1. 1.,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated Julv 16, lvny.
July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21.
Scrap Iron Co.
C. H. ISROWX - - MAXAOKR
II A I , K K A t -W I h A ST R K Ii T
Highest price paid for Old Urass,
Scrap Iron and nil metals.
Dealer in Second hand Machinery.
Tel. 642. I'. O. Ilox 547.
Three Styles in colors
$10.00, $15.00, $17.50 each
A very desirable quality,
style and finish, and ex
cellent value for the money
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold OrinkH
Market Street, :- -:- Wailuku.
All of the household furniture in
cluding: Library, dining-room, and center
tables, Chairs, Desk, Sideboard,
Ileds, springs, and mattresses,
Dresses, Chill'oniers, Lounge, La nips,
Rugs nml mats, Pictures, Phono
graph, Class and Crockery ware,
Stove, Meat Safe, Kitchen utensils,
Palms, ferns, etc.
D. II.. DAVIS,
rn-1 TT Copyrights Ac.
Anrnne aerMlng a tiketch and deserlptlnn may
qulrkljr asiwrtain our opinion fret wfiuilier an
liirunltmi la pruhablr fmteiitnMt. Cumniimtrit.
tlonaalrictlrmiiillUentlal. HANDBOOK ou Halunw
ai'ut free. OldoaC apoury for atH'urinir uulenta.
I'atmita taken turouvh Aluuu St Co, reculva
tprcial nottca, wlthoutcliaruu. In Iba
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tareest cir
culation of any ariuiititic kmrual. Terma, $' a
j- tr ; four niuntlia, L tioia byaJl newadiuilera.
MUNN&Co.36'81"'' New York
Braucn OfHoc, en V SU WaaniUKlon. II. C
At Wailuku Town Hall a Hawaiian
coat-of-arius fiiaiiielled lironch. Owner
can have same ly proving pryjierty nml
paying exjiensi-s. t(.
Holilcrs uf O.ihu Railway & Limit c.
six jut cent Iloiuls art- ru(iuesti.il to irv
sent saine U,r re.ltinjilion. without ilelay,
at Bank of Claus Sjireckel.s & Co., Hono
lulu. Aug. 14, 21, ?8.
A Glance at a few of the Coats will convince
you of the fact.
Canned milk is growing in popularity all over the world.
This because it is sterilized and can he depended upon for clean
liuess and purity. The ino.-t popular of all tinned milk is the
YOU II CKOCKU SKLLS IT.
H. IJackfcld & Co., Lid.
Wiioi.i-su.K nisri;ii:ni:i;s. HONOLULU.