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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912
Wells Fargo, Co., Ltd., liavc
opened n branch nt Kaliului nut,
in future, nil the usual business of
the concern will he carried on. The
Kaliului Railroad Company i.s hand
ling the branch of the well known
On Thursday afternoon the Dem
ocrats, got together and made up a
slate that looks good to them. No
one was slated for County Attorney,
County Clerk or Treasurer. A
blank also exists as to a Supervisor
from liana. The slate follows:
For Senators Dr. J. II. Raymond,
Sam Kuula. For Representatives
D. Kekoowai, J. K. llihio,' M. C.
Ross, Antone Dorego, Jerry Burns,
J. - Halemano. County Officers
Chairman Board of Supervisors
W. J. Coelho. Sheriff-!!. C.
Mossman. Auditoi M. K. Keoho
kalole. Supervisors Ed. Duvau
chelle, John M- Bright, Nelson
W. J. Coelho beat M. K. Keoho
kalole 24 to 19, for the chairman of
At the Wuiluku Hotel H. Stivu
beck, Bremen; Merlen Moore, Roy
C. Blackshear, Mary G. Armstrong,
J. C. Suun, Virginia Gomes. C. P.
Hong, W. W. Thayer, Ralph P.
Quarles, Honolulu; E. Doedstader,
IjOS Angeles; Pearl Spieer, Hart
ford, Michigan; F. H. Brown, Ha
makuapoko; James Whitton, New
York; J. W. " Cunningliain and
wife, Honolulu; Mrs. C. J. Foss,
Palo Alt6; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Foss,
Alice Foss, Kahului; Carlton Max
and wife. England.
At the Maui Hotel Ignacio de
Arana, C. B. Gage, F. B. McStoek
pr, C. J. McCarthy, James Wake
ld, Marston Campbell, L. L. Mc
idless, Margarat Haight, Mabel
iJard, D. G. May, H. llutchins,
jinld Brown, Gordon Brown, E.
Jrrick Brown, Carlton C. James,
.. J. Melanphy, Edmond F. Melan
, hy, E. H. Woilehouse, Walter
tarbird, Owen Williams, Ellen
illiams, E. Lyons, R. J. Baker,
I. B. Bairos, Charles E. King. '
The Women's Aid Society of the
Wailuku Union Church will meet
with Mrs. Geo. W.. Wilbur on
Wednesday afternoon, September
'1, at 3 in the afternoon. Mrs.
Wilbur soon loaves for her new
Iaiku home. It is desired that all
he members be present at this last
leeting of the Society that is to be
eld at her home in Wailuku
"' The Semi-annual meeting of the
dani, Molokai and Lanai Churches
. f the Maui Association will le held
,t Kaunakakai beginning Sundayr
eptember 15. All pastors and
elegates should take the Mikahala
i Saturday the 14th from Kahu
:i. The return trip will be made
r the Mikahala on Tuesday eveu
; g, reaching Lahaina oh Wed nes
'y morning early.
' The program promises to be nil
isually interesting this year. Am
ple provision baa been made for all
by the generosity of the Kaunakakai
and Pukoo people. The other
Churches of Molokai have also assisted.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Notice of Postponement of Time for
Receiving Sealed Tenders.
The time for receiving and open
iiicr sealed tenders by the Maui
Loan Fund Commission for the
construction, according to plans
and specifications, of
Four room schoolhouse at liana,
Maui. T. II.
- 500,000 gallon reservoir at Keo
kea, Kula, Maui.
Porton of Maui Belt Road from
Keanae to Makipipi Gulch,
has been postponed until Saturday,
September 28th, at iu:uu a.m.
. W. F. POGUK,
Vice-Chairman, Maui Loan Fund
Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28.
The Labor Day Parade and luau
was one of the best shows for years.
Labor Day was observed in the
country districts and many luaus
The baseball situation Becnis to
re better now and everybody is
plea sod that it is so.
The Elks' Smoker, in honor of
C. I). Lufkin, on Thursday evening,
was a huge suec ss
C. D. Lufkin entertained the
directors of the First National Bank,
at dinner last night.
Harold Rice and his wife have
departed on a round-the-world trip.
They will be away for some months.
The Women's Aid Society of the
Wailuku Union Church will meet
with Mrs. G. Wilbur, Wednesday,
The Executive Committee of the
Kahului Union Church will hold
its monthly meeting at the Parson
age on Tuesday evening, Sept. 10,
at 7:o0 p. in.
A Sunday School Institute will be
held at the Hale Aloha, Lahaina, on
Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 1 to 4 p. m.
It will lie conducted by Rev. Henry
P. Judd of Kaliului. A religious
ervice will be held in the Hale
Aioha on Thursday morning, from
10 o'clock until noon. It will be
addressed by Rev. C. G. Burnham
of Lahaina, Rev. R. B. Dodge of
Wailuku, and Rev. A. C. Bowdish
of Paia. All are cordially invited
to this service.
$ -J1RI 1 111
' JC ' (yj
It would be a great pity if any
club squabbles on Maui should in
terfere with the make-up of the
All-Maui team. There arc ugly
rumors going the rounds and niore's
Tennis seems to have a great hold
on all Island people and, whether
in the Hawaiian group, or in far off
Fiji, the same interest is takenni
the great game,
The annual regatta of the Ha
waiian Rowing Association promises
to be better than ever this year.
Maui will once more be iu the fight,
and our boys should do better this
time than last-
. She Saw tho Jok.
Mrs. Helen Ilaiubide, the writer,
lias an English frloud who Is "a per
fectly dear girl," but bas no mure
sense of humor tlian a clock. Mrs.
llanibidge tried some humor on her
the other day, but never a smile came.
"Then," said Mrs. Hambldge, "I told
her an anecdote.
" 'Of course,' I Bald, 'you have beard
the old. story of the girl from Iceland
who was sent to a Harlem flat by an
employment agent to do the house
work. The mistress asked her to state
her accomplishments. She could not
cook, It seemed, nor wash dishes, nor
do the weekly wash, nor make beds.
uor sweep, nor dust.
" ' "Then what in the world can you
do?" ' asked the exasperated housewife.
" "Veil," said the girl shyly, "Ay
bkoll milk dan reindeer." '
"My English friend looked at me
solemnly. I laughed a little in a per
fectly ladylike way Just to show her
that it wus really a funny story. So
'"Isn't It odd,' said she, 'what fun
they make of Harlem?' "Herbert
Corey In Cincinnati Times-Star.
Keeping Up Appearance.
A typical aristocrat was the first
Marquis of Abercorn. He died In 1818,
but Is still revered in Ulster under the
name of "The Owld Marquis." This
admirable nobleman always went out
shooting in his blue ribbon and requir
ed his housemaids to wear white kid
gloves when they made his bed. Be
fore he married his first cousin, Miss
Cecil Hamilton, he ipdueed the prince
regent to confer on her the titular rank
of an carl's daughter, that be might
not urnrry beneath his position, and
when he discovered she contemplated
eloping he sent a message begging her
to take the fumlly coach, as it ought
never to be said that Lady Abercorn
left her hm. bund's roof la a back
chulse. "Collections and Recollec
A farmer boy and his best girl were
seated in a buggy one evening In town,
watching the people pass. Near by
was a popcorn vender's Stand.
Presently the lady remarked: "My I
that popcorn smells good!"
"That's right." said the gallant. "I'll
drive up n little closer so you can
smell It better." Everyoody'Bw
One Roll of R
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ed to inaugurate a thirty day advertising campaign to demonstrate to our patrons tho supi
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non-volatile asphalt composition, which is not only injected into the fabric at high pres
sure but coated on the exterior as well, making it absolutely weather-proof and fire re
sisting. It must hot be confounded with Malthoid or other roofings sold in tho Islands,
The . following sizes are carried in stock, each roll complete with the necessary
amount of nails and liquid cement for laying:
One Ply Rolls, containing 100 sq. ft. of covering area $ 2.00 ZHit
Two Ply Rolls, " lOOsq. ft. ' " " 2.75
Two Ply Rolls, " 200sq. ft. " " 5.00
Prices, F. O. B. Warehouse Kahului, and subject
to 2 per cent discount for cash
We propose to give ONE ROLL FREE with every five
purchased at the above quotations. So, if you contemplate
being in the market for roofing material, now is the time to buy.
LET US HAVE YOUR ORDEH AND. IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT WILL BE MADE.
Kahului Railroad Co.
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