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-SATURDA Y.JUNE 25, 1 9 10
iChurclf Social at
; Rev. R. Miodge's.
M he 'infin i oi y U'hiluku l-
Jnion Church and m,,Rtxton were
i invueu ny uijum.
to a Bnciiil
the home of
liev. Jir .Mrs. Dodge. A large
numWr ..,,, m(., to t,0 invatation
S-i.o'f- tlK. pulpit. "
le li.uUa goixl time telling
( f i is summer's trip vaea
Aeii topics were written
if a lxxik niale of fool
mggesting various ex
it . people usually en
n summer's vacation,
i ie answered by cutting
hlepictures from magazines
ing tlicni under tlie- topic,
'sts were paired off for this
.id everybody was busy with
Miit created considerable mer-
'Judge Kingsbury ami Rev.
t'urner, wjio hapiened to lie
iVukUi won the first prize,
jpe'wei' boxem of home made
atndy. Til' lxKiby prize was won by,
ell that lould be telling! anyhow
'it was a blx of peanuts, (with some
i husks thnlvn in by mistake).
r Cake aid lemonade were served
'aavhile the'judges were awarding the
Mrs. W. H. Field favored the
guests wixn two excel le.niiy renuereu
solos, that were greatly enjoyed.
The Atinvml Meeting of the ai-
: luku Union Church , w as held at the
close of service last Sunday even
ing. Judge W. A McKay read his
. . report as tn asuseri)f the Church for
the past year. A good balance is on
hand to begin the work of the next
' It was voted to accept the report of
ruminating committee,; which dur
the week Irfore the election had re
eved nominations from tjje mem-
.1 m . ... a
fiers oi the unurcli and congrega-
It was voted also to increase the
3oard of Trustees from three to five
biembers, and of those nominated
the following were elected: Messrs
(Edward. . Bailey, I). II. Case, H.
iB. Penhallow, C. M. Roberts, Judge
V. A. McKay, Mr. O. J. Whitehead
Jwas electejl treasurer.
""The eoiojnitUies were appointed
for the coming year: 'Financial:
Mr. II. B. Penhallow, Judge Shcl
'en, B. Kingsbury, and Mr. Carl,
Rose; Musical: Mrs. V. II.
Id, Mrs. 1). H. Case, Mrs. Geo.
Wilbur. The chairman of this
nittee was given the privilege
vssing the committee to five
?rs, if she so desired.
Jack River .4 was appointed
per drum, 52 gals.
" 52 gals,
ptly at ' 10 a m Saturday
:h, the commencement ex
Mgan a set forth in the pro
After invocation Dolly Keiki de
ivered the salutatory address.
Her English was plain and the
Hiunciation clear, and all that could
desired. The motto of the grad
ating class was rather of an elusive
mture lieing: "To tackle the dread
5 d to follow the gleam."
Jfli singing, given in the buoyant
' spirj' "'"I blithesome voices of the
jautg. was especially fine and
' By noon the program had lieen
completed and visitors adjourned
to lHk over the school. There was
luncheon prepared, and cakes and
sweets to lie sold.
Ijuihala work and other articles
Inado by the pupils of the school
were shown to visitors, indicating
that training of the hands went a
,;ng with ,ine training oi young
minds in tbfii'lass room. .
jhere are eighty pupils in the
school, and the teacher are to be
. eonerotulatcd for their tfticcesstul
work of the year just closed. The
teachers are Miss Eva L. lleusner,
I'riiieial; Miss Herriette Iay, Miss
Grace P. Haven, Miss Irene Baleom,
Miss Gladys Vanderhoof, Mrs. Ma
son, Matron; and Miss Kaui Morris,
and Miss Elizalieth Ting, assistants
Among the visitors were Mr. and
'rs. S. M. Kanakanui, Mr. and
J. L. Cornwell, Rev. R. B
dge, Mrs. W. A. Conway, Mrs
Jackson X Mrs. W. K. Hal, Mrs.
E. Saffery, Mr. J. Burns, Mr
t Mrs. Kahokuoluna, Mr. C. R
idsey. Mrs. J. T. Shaw, Mrs. H
)inson, Mrs. Frank Sominerfcld,
is Zelie R.igers, Mrs. W. 11. Field
'. C. Crook. The thirteen gradu-
-es are Lydia Burns, Dolly Keike
' 'e Kuhounio, Rose Kahokuo-
Hessie Iaea, Ah Kam Imu
1 Naone, Ling Tai Soong, Ann;
1, SlazuTunaka, Julia TcKimey
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Hoard of Supervisors of the Couuty of
Maui, at the office of the County Clerk
of said County at Wailuku, Maui, up to
2:00 o'clock p. in., on Wednesday, July
7, 1910, and then opened, for furnishing
the County of Maui with the following
enumerated tools, implements and sup
plies for a period of five months from
August 1st 1910 to December 31 1910,
both dates inclusive, to 1e delivered at
Wailuku or Lahaina or Paia or Makawao
or liana or Knnnaknkai, Molokai or Pit-
koo, Molokai, orllalawa, Molokai, to-wit:
Hunt's Pick Mattocks per doz.
R. R. Picks .'"
Ames' Shovels, long handles,
round points "
Ames' Shovels, long bandies,
square points "
Miner's Picks "
Axes, 5 lb "
Spades I) Handles "
Hoes 6-10 Street "
Drilling Hammers, 6 to 8 lb. "
Stone Hammers, 6, 8, ro, 14 11 "
Hick Handles, best quality , " t
Pick Handles, best quality "
Miners Pick Handle, best quality "
Ax Handles, best quality ' "
Hammer Handles, best quality,
30 in. and 36 in. "
Horse Brushes "
Albany Compound, No. 2 and No,
Arctic Compressed Grease
Graphtite Flakes "
Graphite Compound "
Axle Grease : ( per case
Mop Heads per doz.
Mop Handles "
yi in. and in. Packing, Amazon
or other brands "
Manila Rope, or per lb.
Coal Oil per case
Lawn Sprinklers per doz.
Blasting Powder No 2 fier case
Black Powder "
Fuse -. per 100 ft.
Blasting Powder aps per box 100.
Mill Bastard Files per doz.
Harness Soap, black ' '
Ivory Soap (100 cakes per case
Hand Bells, No. H-s'i in. per doz.
Scrubbing Brushes '
Half-round Bastard Files 10 in.
and 12 in. , "
Square Eiles Bastard Cut, 10 in "
Round Bastard Files, 12 in "
Lever-Locks with chains "
AH of the said above articles, or any
part thsreof, to be delivered at any of the
aforesaid places at such time or times
aring said period as orders may issue
therefor by the Board of Supervisors of
the Couuty of Maui or any authorized
agent thereof. Said tenders to be dis
tinctly marked "Tenders for Tools, Iin-
plements and Supplies for County of
The Board of Supervisors reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Contractors will be required to give
bonds for the faithful performance of
their part of the contract.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui this 17th day
of June 1910.
Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
une 18, 25, July 2.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of B. MA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having on the 9th day
May, A; D. 1910, been duly appointed
administrator of the Estate of B. Mahuna,
late of Kula, Maui, deceased, notice is
hereby given to all persons haviug claims
against the Estate of said B. Mahuna, le
ceased, to present the same to the under'
signed, A. . F. Tavares, administrator
aforesaid, duly authenticated at his place
of business at the Post office, Makawao,
Maui, or at the law office of Kepoikai &
Burchard, in Waiiuku, Maui, attorneys of
said administrator, within six months
from date of publication of this notice, or
puyment thereof will be foreqer barred
AH)ytS r. TAVARES,
Administrator Estate of B. Mahuna.
May 28, June 4, It. 18, 25.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale. .
Catholic Ladies Will
On Saturday even. June 25th next, the
Catholic Ladies Aid Society will give
musical entertainment at the Wailuku
Town Hall for the benefit of St. An
thouy's Girls School. There will also'be
fancy drills by pretty school girls dressed
in fancy costumes and the evenings en
tertaiiuneut will eild up with a dance.
Tickets will be 011 sale shortly at the us
ual rates, aud all those purchasing tickets
will not only be helping a good cause
but will be giyiAi their money's worth.
Maui Racing Association
Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului
Monday, July 4, 1910
RUNNING RACE. J 2 mile dash, Japanese owned .
RUNNING RACE. mile dash, free for all 75.(10
TROTTING AND PACING. Rest 3 in 5, mile heats
for Hawaiian hred horses y 250.00
RUNNING RACE. I1 mile dash, free for all 500.00
RUNNING RACE. M mile dash, Hawaiian bred.. 100.00
RUNNING RACE. i mile dash, free for all . . .
MULE RACE. V2 mile dash, free for all. Post entries
TROTTING AND PACING. Rest 3 in 5, mile heats,
for named horsep; Wnldo J., Harry Hearst, Cyelone,
Di nney llealy, Reveta and, Malm
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash, Hawaiian bred ....
RUNNING RACE. K mile- dash, free for all
PONY RACE. I2 mile dash, 14.2 hands or under,
for Maui Bred Maidens only
RUNNING RACE. H mile dash, Hawaiian bred..
RUNNING RACE. 3'i mile dash, Japanese owned . .
COWJ50Y RELAY RACE. , Vt mile dash, instruc
tions to lie given by Judges. Post entries. . .v
RUNNING RACE. ' 1 mile dash, Japanese owned ,. .
All raees shall be run or trotted under the rules of the National
Trotting Assoc iation and the Paeific Jockey Club.
Alxive program subject to change and re-arrangement by the
Entries close June 24th, 1910 at 5 p. m.
Entrance fee to lie 10 per cent, of purse.
Raees commences 9 a. m. sharp.
Rids for light refreshment privilege . flosu June 24, 1910, 5 p. m.
In every raee three or more to enter and two or more to start.
J. GARCIA, .Secretary.
Hooldhn a ka Men Pna ftlorakl no
ke Panlku ame Kual.
Notice is hereby given that under the
power of sale contained in mortage dated
une 2, 19O9 from Mrs. Mary Olsen of
'aia, Maui to the Young Men's Savings
Society, Limited, a corporation, on re
cord in liber 3x4, on pages 310-351, Re-
istry of Conveyances of Honolulu the
owner arid holder theirof intends to fore
close same and to sell said mortgaged
property bacause of non-payment ef prin-
ipal and interest due on the promissory
note secured thereby.
The above mortgage was given to se
cure payment of a promissory note for
Two Hundred Dollors, of even date there
with, payable one year after date, ex
ecuted by said Mrs. Mary Olsen and W.
Olseu, to the Young Men's Savings So
ciety, Limited, or order.
NOTICE IS LIKEWISE GIVEN
that, after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of this no
tice, to wit, on Monday, July nth, 1910,
twelve o'clock noon of said day, said
mortgaged property, for the reasons a-
bove stated, will lie sold at public auc
tion at the front entrance to the Court
House in Wailuku, County of aui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to J. Gar
cia, or to D. H. Case, of Wailuku.
Young Men's Savings Society, Ltd.,
Dated June 10, 1910.
Description Of Properly To Be Sold.
All that certain piec, parcel or lot of
land, situate at Pulehunui, Kula, Maui,
containing an area of one acre, together
with improvements thereon, same being
described in deed of one Kauahuna to
Kalalaiua Kaiunia, dated the 9th, day of
April, A. D. 1891, and being one of the
pieces or parcels of laud described in
deed from Kalalaiua Kaiama and Joe Ka
iama, her husband, to Mrs. Mary Olsen
and Victorir Kapiiolio, dated June 16th,
1902, end recorded in liber 234 on pages
une 18, 25, July 2, 9.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, malalo o ka
muua kuai uialoko o kela moraki i hana
ia June 2, 1909, e Mrs. Mary Olsen Pa
ia, Maui i ka Young Men's Savings So
ciety, Limited, he hui i hoohuiia, i ka
kauiama ka bukehelu 314, aoao 319-32,,
ma ke keen a kakau kope o Honolulu, o
kaona ame ka nioa e paa nei i ua moraki
ala, ke makemake nei e paniku i ua mo
raki ala, a e kuai hoi i ka waiwai i tuora-
kiia no ka uku ole ia o ke kumupaa ame
ka ukupauee o ka nota i hoopaaia e ua
Ua hanaia ka moraki maluua'e i mea e
hoopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi nota
no elua baneri dala (f2oo.oo), i hanaia
ma ia la hookahi no, e ukuia iloko o hoo-
kahl makahiki inahope mai o ua la ala,
i hanaia'i e Mrs. Mary Olseu ame W,
Olsen i ka Young Men,s Saving Society
kaupaleuaia, a i ke kauoha pnha.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei, maliope o
ka pau ana o ekolu pule mai ka la e hoo
puka niua ia'i o keia hoolaha, oia hoi ka
Poakahi, Iulai la 11, 1910, ma ka bora 12
o ke awakea oia la, e kuaiia ana ka wai
wai i tuoraktia no na kumu i hoikeia ma
luna, ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka ko-
mo o ka Halehookolokolo o Wailuku,
Kalana o Maui, Teritore o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai ana, kuike ke dala,
ma ka aoao o ka mea kuai na hoolilo 110
No na mea i koe e niuau ia J. Garcia a
loleiaD. H. Case o Wailuku.
Young Men's Savinos Society, 'Lti,
Mea Paa Moraki,
Hanaia, June 10, 1910.
O kela apana aina holookoa ewaiho a,
la ma Pulehunui, Kula, Maui, nona ka
ili he hookahi (1.) eka me na waiwai a
pau maluua ona, e like uieia i hoakakaia
ma ka palapala kuai i hanaia Aperila la
9, I091, a oia no kekahi ona apana aina i
hoike ia ma ka palapala kuai a Kalalaiua
Kaiama ame Joe Kaiama, kana kane ma
re, ia Mary Olsen ame Victoria Kapiioho,
hanaia June la 16, 1982 a i kopeia iloko o
ka Buke Aupuni Helu 254, aoao 563-464.
June 18, 25, July 2, 29.
Sealed tenders will tie received by the
Board of Supervisors of the County cf
Maui up to 4:30 P. M. Thursday, July 7,
1910 for laying about 3300 feet of 6" pipe
from intake above LahainaLuna down
toward reservoir of Lahaina Water Works.
Plans aud specifications may be hud
of the undersigned upon making a de
posit of f 5.00, which sum will be refund'
ed upou their return.
Tenders will not be entertained unless
made out upon the blanks, and enclosed
in the envelopes, sealed, furnished with
the plans, nor uuless accompanied by
certified check or a certificate of deposit
in au amount equal to 5 of the amount
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 15th day
of luue. iQio.t
I June 18, 25Jufy 2'..
rru tB ate? nn amrrT-"
BOILER TUBE CLEANER;
Jleans both water-tube and fire-tube boilers, emplovintf .
Cleans both water-tube and fire-tube hollers, emplovintf
vibration to accomplish its work 'Made for all sizos of
tubes from 11 2'' to (V diameter and can be equipped to
operate in two or more different sizes of tubes.
We invite you to try one and return it at our expense if j
it doe not prove satisfactory.
Honolulu Ironworks Co.
The name that you always find on the very liest
Sporting Goods made. We are the Spalding Distrf- "
butors for this Territory and carry a xplendid stock '
if these well known goods.
Do you play Rasw ball, Football, I'msket ball,
Tennis, Golf, Hand ball, Croquet of any of the many
games that are played in these Islands? If you' do,
or if you go in for Athletics of any sort, send to US
for your equipment and we will guarantee satisfaction.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
H o m & s a n d L o ts
KALI hi I
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.'
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui up to 4:30 P. M. Thursday, July 7,
1910 for the construction of a second
story of reinforced concrete on the Wai
luku J ait Buiding.
Plans aud specifications may be bad of
the Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, upon making a deposit of 5.00,
which sum will tie refunded upon their
Tenders will not be entertained uuless
made out upon the blanks, aud enclosed
in envelopes, sealed, furnished with the
plaus, nor unless accompanied by a cer
tified check or a certificate of deposit in
au amount equal to 5 of the amount of
By order of the Bourd of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
Hated at Wailuku, Maui, this 15th day
of Juue, 1910. ,v
June -S, 25, July 2
Best for the home laundry.
White: there is no rosin in it.
Hard; lasts longer than common soap.
Heavy; therefore will do more work.
SOLD BY ALL GR0CI2US.
11. Hackfeld fc Co., Ltd
.Wholksale Distium'tkks. '.HONOLULU.
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