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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905
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Business still doue at the old stand- ,
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sheep skins, etc, etc
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i special mccliiiK of the Mn'ui Publish
ing Cotnjiony I.lil., will be nt the offices
of V. 11, Case, Wniluku, Mtuii, on Tues-
lny, July 18, 1905, nt 7.30 p: in.
PURPOSKS 01' MIJItTING.
1. To receive nmlitor'a reports.
2. To consider the advisability of levy ii g
D. II. CASE, '
July 7, I,. Secretary.
Ri.Deri E Peplow ski, head lunu of
Wtilluku Plantation is blclcut the
I. V. L. Marshall is ilelh'itf head
tuutv if Wailukn Plant atinn during
ho Uhscnri- of R. E. Pcplowski. v
Messrs James Kirkland and D. II
Davis, with jlho'r families are ;m's,s
at the Maui Hotel. ,
V. Ilennin,' of Lahaina and T. M.
Church of Paia wore in Wniluku this
week hi attendance on the meetings
of the county Board of Snnervisors.
Harold Hayseldcn of the David
Lawrence. Cigar Co. was among his
customers on Maui this week.
Miss Maudo Horner, Miss Emma
Hciming and Master L. Uenning of
Lahaina were in Wniluku this wc ok
to uttend the K. of P. danco and the
Bob Ballcntino ot tho Pioneer Mill,
Lahaina, was a wolcomo visitor to
tbo races at Kahului on the Fourth.
Mr, W. L. Decoto of Lahaina took
in the races on the Fourth.
Mrs. W. L. Decoto of Lahaina was
a visitor at Wniluku this week, and
Utcndcd the K. of P. ball.
Dr. J. IP Raymond of Ulupalakua
was a visitor in Wailuku during the
early part of the week.
Mr. Fred J. Cross of the Wireless
Co., "accompanied by his wife loft for
the Coast last Tuesday, on a three
Mrs. J. M. Dowsctt and three
children camo over 011 Tuesday's
Kiuau to spend a. short vacation in
tho delicious climate of upper central
Mr. W- G. Scott and wifo of Paia
returned from Honolulu by Tuesday's
Mr. J. Mackenzie of the Water-
house Trust Co. came over on Tues
day to look after the affairs ovf the
Company 011 Maui.
Mr. James T. Taylor who is super
intending the construction of tho big
Waihec ditch went to Honolulu to
spend the Fourth, returning on the
M. M. O'Shaughnessy was a pas
souger from Honolulu to 'Hilo on
R. O. Ronier and R. II. Leach of
Honolulu are registered at tho Maui
Auditor J. II. Fisher arrived on the
S. S. Maui this morning to transact
Senator S. E, Kalama -returned
from Honolulu by this, morning's stea
dier. "Treasurer L. M. Baldwin was a
returning pasengcr to' Maui on this
'A. K. Mvers of the PrudontiaiLile
was an arriving passenger on, today's
Miss Kalo Cornwall arrived from
Honolulu this morning to visit at
Captain Peterson and wifo arrived
by this morning's Maui.
Superintendent E. L Cariey of the"
Maui Telqphone Co. is a visitor in
One of thq common, every day er
rors vhiclrnro taught in the schools
in America is Unit which relates to
the introduction into tho western
hemisphere of African slavery, writr s
a critic. Tho school histories which
the schoolgirl and schoolboy study
say that it dates from llil!) or 1(120
when a Dutch sea captain sold the
English settlors iho first African,
The year 1501, however, is tho date
of tho eailiest reference in American
history to negroes coming from Spain
to America, 122 years beforo Albany
N. Y., was settled by tho Dutch and
109 years beforo Jamestown, Va.,
was settled by tho English. In 1505
King Ferdinand of Spain wrote to
Orando, then governor of Ilispanlola,
"I will send more- negro slaves as
you request. In 1510 fifty negro
slaves were sent to work in the
mines of Hiopaniola. Thero is a re
cord of K'ing Ferdinand's rosponso
to a request of Las Casas, bishop of
Ui uoucopcion, in tiispanlola, that
more nogroes should bo imported.
Ho said, "There- aro already many
negroes on the islaud." This was in
the year 1511.
tir Ralo, for rent, lost, found, sllunllon or
help wnntwl lulvrrtlspmei'tn s 111 lo lmlillsh
ct under tills hciullng nt tho follnwhig
rntrs: B cctits a lino first lssuo, llvoccnls it
llncHrconil Issue and throe cents n llnenncli
sitoierillnjj lssuo. Seven words lo constitute
a tine nine lines n Ineli llroUon lines to
count as full lines.
July 5 Str. Kinau, from Bono-"
lulu, freight and laborers.
July 8Str. Mrul, Parker, from
Honolulu. . '
July 8 Str. Nolirakan, Wooden,
fijtmi Honolulu with freight.
July 5 Str. Kiiiiiu, for Honolulu."
July 8--Sli Maui, Parker, for
Tho sclidoner Olga will finish nn
loading lior enrgoof lumber at Ka
huhll about, the middle of the week
and will leave for tho coast 111 ballast.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
The 4th of July was celebrated in
Makawao by a picnic at tho Semi
nary grounds followed by ring tilting
and polo. ,
The weather 'was rather slnwory
in the morning but cleared somewhat
later in the day.
About noon a finelunch was spread
back of tho Seminary after which the
tilting contest took place. Honors
were even between Mr. Krumbhaao
and Will Engle till the finals in which
Mr. Enlo took the cup.
A good game of polo was played
later in the afternoon resulting in
favor of the red.
- Owing to tho showery, weather
Monday evening a good many up
country people were unable to attend
tho ball at tho K. of P. Hall but ll
those who were thero had a jolly
good time. . About 8.30 the ball
started with a grand march led by
Mr. D. C. Lindsay and followed by
Tho music was furnished. by the
pianola and thero were some good
two-steps -and waltzs among the
The refreshment room in charge of
Mrs. Carnegie was' well patronized.
It was sometime after midnight
before tho last dancers departed 011
Dr. Deascamc up Wednesday to
take Dr, Diuega. 's place during his
There is a good deal of enthusiasm
over the pruposed tennis torrnament
to take place under tho auspices of
Puuneno Atheistic Association on
August 12. The tropins will bo well
worth competing for.
Mr. A. Yoss of Hilo has taken Mr.
McCubbin's place as foreman of4 the
Puunene Machine Shop.
At a meeting held at Puunene
Club-house last Thursday evening it
was decided to give a Harvest Home
Danc6 in tho Puunene Mill on July
15th. The different committees wore
appointed by the chairman of the
Rhccb on August It.
Tho Maui Racing Association held
a special meeting at the Maui Hotel
on Thursday evening for tho purpose
of discussing the proposition of hold
ing a race meeting at Spreckcls'
'Park, Kahului, on August 12.
Tho opinion was unanimous that if
smajl purses aro offered for purely
local horses an interesting and en
joyablo day could be had and on mo
tion of Mr. George Sclirader, it was
resolved to have races on that day,
, As Annexation Day, it is antitled
to notice as a Hawaiian holiday, and
it is believed that as Uiq day conies
on Saturday, the Plantations will
recognize it by giving a half if not a
About $100 in purses will bo of
fered, none to exceed $75, and still
largo enough to bring together some
ot tho fast local hors"s that gave
enjoyable sport on tho "Glorious
" "The Executive Committee were in-,
strictcd to at once prepare a race
program which will appear in next
week's issue of the News.
There aro quito a largo number of
raeo horses on Maui, both trotting
running, and thore is no doubt but
tVat tho sport loving public pf Maui
will got their mpnoy's worth at
Spreckcls Park on Annexation Day,
London has decided to roplaco aro
lights with tho incandescent system,
on tho ground that tho chaugo will
save 18 per cent a yoar and givo a
moro satisfactory service, which
reasons may be pronounced sufficient.
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DR. JOHN GODDAKD in charge.
Services at Island Churches
St. Anthony's Carmen, Wau.uku
Sunday Service Communion; 6;00 A. M. Child
rcn's Mass, 8:3U A. M. Instruction In English.
Second Mass, 10.1)0 A. M. Sermon In Ilira altar
and Portuguese After Mass. llencdlclion.
A. M., Roscry and Instruction for natives, week
days Mass 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
woolt: Communion nt 0: A. M. Mass at D tiUA.
FOREIGN PROTHSTANT CHURCH.
R. V. Hrzata, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Publlo Worshii) at 11:00 A. M.
TiieCiiuucii Of Tun Good SimritF.itn
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, llh. Mil Sunday at 7
A. M. Sud Sunday at II A. M. Matins .t Sermon
nt 11 A. M. Children's service, 1st Sunday at 2
P. Jr. Evensong and Sermon nt Puuneno, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. D.illy,
Matins at 7:30.
KAAIirjMANU CltUKCII, WAU.UKU
Row J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A.M. Morning scrvlco 11
A. M. Y. P. S. C. K. from 7:00 I. M. to 8:00 P.
M, Afternoon service, Kahului, Sunday School
2:00 P. M. Revival mooting 3:00 P. M. All wel
come. PoltTUnUESE PltOTKSTANT MISSION PAIA.
M.G.Santos, Evangelist. S, School 10. a. 111.
Gospel preaching, II, a. m., Prayer Meeting
7-30 P.M., S. School at HamaUuapoliu at 2 P.m.
Cnuncii Of Hoi.v Innocents, Lahaina
Canon A. H. Weymouth, Rector. .'
Holy 'Communion, 7:00 A, M. ovory Sunday.
SundayTSchool 10:15 A.M. Morning service 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayor. 4:30 P. M, During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day scr3
Rov. S. Kapu, Pasjojt?!?
Sunday school, 9:30 A, M. Morning scrvlco
11:00 A.M. Y. P. S.C. E. at 1:00 P.M. Wed"
ncstlay afternoon, Prayer Meeting nt 3:30 P. M'
Thursday afternoon, Woman's" Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday afternoon, CholrRehearsal 3:30 P.M f
Roman Catholic chuucii, Lahaina.
Rev. Father Oliver.
First Mass, wool! days 6:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. llcnedictlon 2:30 j. in.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. ovory Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at 2 P. M. Salvation mooting at 8 I", M. Al.
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE . NAME PROM
Juno 28 Miowera Colonies
" 30 Nebraskan,. .San Francisco
July 1 Aorangi Victoria
" 4 Korea ......... .Yokohama
4 Sierra Colonies
" 5 Ventura .... San Francisco
June 28 Alameda San -Francisco
" 28 Miowera. . , .Victoria, B. C.
July 1 Aorangi. ..... 1 .... .Colonies
" 2 NebrasUan....San Francisco
" 4 Korea San Francisco
" 4 Sierra San Francisco
" 5 Venture San Francisco
Dato of Departure Kahului.
Why, did you rush up to that new
ly elected oflicor7" said ono delegate
to a woman's convention. "You
don't liko her."
"That's true," answered the other.
"I wanted a chanco to help push hor
hat over her oyes." Washington
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