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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1905
THE MAUI NEWS
MAUI BLUE BOOK
LP COUNTRY NOTE8.
VP W V W "UP !UT 5
Ron. A I. Kppnlkal, Circuit ludge, WallUKU
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Ul8t. Magistrate, Walluku
" J. Reeard " " T.ahaina
' Chas. Copp, ' " Makawao
' Kunukau, " Honuaula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahulu
" McCorrMon " " Molokal
" Knhonhalnhala, " ' I.nnal
W. T. liolilnson, Tax Assessor walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy AssoRsor Walluku
A. F. Tavarea Paia
). Dunn, " ' Lahalna
M. H. Koutor, ' " ; Hana
. COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Wm. Ilcniilnit, Supervisor, Cunlrmun l.nhnlnn
W. H. Comwull, " Walluku
T. M. Church, " Mnkawao
J. II. Halualanl, " Hana
T. T. Movers, " Molokal
l. If. Case, County Attorney
L. M. Haldwln, Trnasuror
Chas. Wilcox, - Auditor
W. F. Ktme, Clerk
Wm. SalTcrv, Sheriff Walluku
Kdw. Holers, Sheriffs Clork Walluku
T. (Mark, Deputy Sliorllt Walluku
C. R. llnrtsay, " v " Lahalna
K.dttnf Morton, " " Makawao
F. Wltlrock, " " Hana
J. H. Mahoc, ' ' " Molokal
Maui delegates to the Home RuL.
convention did not srem to accomp
Five cents per pound will be paid
for clean linen rags at the Maui
Old newspapers at 25cts. per
hundred suitable for pantry shelving,
for sale at the Maui Nbws Office.
The directors of the Maui Wine
and Liquor Co., Ltd., have declared
a dividend of one percent per month
for the last quarter.
For the week commencing October
9th, Dr. George S. Aiken will be at
the Custom House Kahului and the
Utter part at Puunene Club House
Clias. Notley, the defeated home
rule canditate for delegate to Wash
ington is now in control of the Home
Rule party, succeeding Ivalauoka
Golden Gate flour makes delicious
bread, cake and pastry. It has been
the standard of excellence for over a
quarter of a century. Hackfeld &
Co., wholesale distributors.
Smokers of Owl cigars are warned
against the fraud of substitution.
See that the name "Owl" is stamped
on every wrapper. Gunst-Eakin
Cigar Co. are agents. ,
Joe Decker, the little lightweight
puglist, has been sent to the insane
asylum for treatment." It is believed
that he was mentally injured in some
of his fights. Independent.
James D. Dougherty, represent
ing H. F, Wichman and Co. Jewelers,
is making a tour of Maui and placing
orders for holiday goods, watches,
diamonds and souvenir jewelry.
The Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co., give notice in this issue
that all licenses for shooting hereto
fore granted arc revoked, and all
persons are strictly forbidden to
enter the lands for this . purpose
without written permission.
Exceeded the Estimate.
The Haiku Fruit and Packing Co
shipped 1,055 cases of canned pine
apple by the last SS "Nevadan" and
have 1,400 cs. yet to ship besides
supplying the local demand which
may reach 200 cs. for the Maui trade
alone, being handled principally by
the Kahului Store as wholesalers
and retailers. This company also
expects to put up a winter pack of
2,000 dozen casns, and hip besides
10,000 or more fruit to the Coast
puring the winter months and early
spring. The estimated pack of the
season just closed has been exceeded,
and the factory though hard pushed
at times has run very smoothly. It
is estimated that the pack for next
summer will reach 10,000 cases.
The Waiaholo family gave a luau last
A native, 91 years of age, died at Olo
walu on Monday. ,
Mrs. Mc Intyre has returned from Olo
walu to Honolulu.
Mrs. Crozier has fully recovered from a
Mrs. Simpson was entertained at La
liainnluna last Sunday.
Mr. Frederick H. Hayselden has re
turned to Kau, Hawaii.
Manger Barckhansen will probably ar
rive very soon from his European trip.
About the time of the next full moon,
a Lahaina party will visit the summit of
A number of articles have been stolen
recently, in the neighborhood of the La
Dr. Davison has recovered from an
ophthalmic trouble, and is attending to
his patients as usual.
The September number of "Hawaii's
Young People," published at Lahaina
luim, contains interesting particulars con
cerning Captain James Cook, King Ar
thur, Marco Polo, Benjamin West, the
Swiss Family Robinson, patriotic and
poetical selections, Bible stories, and mis
cellaneous entertaining matter.
Captain Harry Copp of the Wal
lultu Police force, who has been con
fined to bis home in Makawao with a
bad foot caused by stepping on one
of the many spring boards of Wailu
ku's 1 notoriously bad side walks
was taken to Puunene Hospital last
Saturday, where upon examination,
it was found the foot was seriously
Captain Copp will be forced to re
main "off duty" at the Hospital foi
some time before he can again as
sume his office as Captain of Wailu-
ku's model police.
Reglsterod at Maui Hotel.
Captain and Mrs. Armstrong, ship
Dunsmuir A. Alberg Lahaiua; Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Mclntyre, Mrs. F
M. Swanzy, C. T. Wilder and wife,
James Dougherty Honolulu; Mr. and
Mrs. George Gibb, Olowalu.
Professor Alexander is visiting on Ma
Miss Muser was a passenger to Hono.
lulu Weiln esdav.
Miss Joy Richardson is teaching school
tempovarlly at Kaanapali.
Attorney J. M. Vivas was a passenger
to Honolulu by Wednesdays ferry.
Mrs. G. B. Robertson left by the S. S.
Maui for her future home on Oaliu.
John Nejson of the Maui Soda Works
expect to make a short trip to Honolulu
the coming week.
J. H. Mackenzie of the Hnery Water-
house Trust Co. is on Maui looking after
their varied interests.
Harold T. Hayselden representing Levi
Strauss and Co. of San Francisco ic
drumming up business forhis fir a on
the valley island. ,- 1
Max Eckart, who has been an a visit to
his brother and sister in Germany, is
expected back hext week.
Optician S. E. Lucas and family re
turned to Honolulu by the Kinau last
Professor Alexander and wife who has
been visiting on Maui returned to Hono
lulu by "the S. S. Maui Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. . Wilder were
County Seat visitor Wednesday from La
haina. They registered at the Maui Ho
C. S. Holloway, superintendent of Pu
blic Works on July 18th. appointed J. W.
L. Marshall poundmaster of the govern
ment pound at KahaVuloa.
II. C. Halvorsen, gives notice that all
accounts contracted with the Bismark
Stables, Lahaina prior to September 1st.
and remaining unsettled should be paid
Mr. E. A. Wilson, bookkeeper of Ha-
makuapoko, expacts to leave early next
month for a two or probably three months
trip to the mainland.
Mrs. C. Waldeyer and child were pass
engers to Honolulu by last weeks steamer
enroute to the coast. Mrs. Waldeyer will
make a visit to Dr. .Waldeyer, brother to
James Scott, Mrs. Scott and children,
of Honolulu, and J. D. Sullivan, of Van
couver, were at the Victoria hotel yester
day. They have gone on an extended
hunting tour through the Olympic moun
tains, their object being to secure some
of the big game which is known to fre
quent those regions. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Scott are enthusiastic disciples of Nim-
rod, the latter being a crack shot and pos
sessing considerable experience in trac
king game. Upon their return from the
American side they intend visiting the
interior and north end of Vancouver Is
land. Victoria (B. C.) Times.
Ordination at Paia.
At the adjourned meeting of the
Maui Evangelical Association held
at Paia Native Church last Sunday.
Rev. D. N. Opunui of Huelo, and
Rev, David Murry of Kaupo were or
dained to the ministry. Rev. O. P.
Emerson offered the ordaining pray
er. Rev. O. Nawahine preached the
sermon, Rev. V. Bazata of the Ma
kawao Foreign Church extended the
right hand of fellowship and Rev
Rowland B. Dodge of the Union
Church at Wailuku gave the charge
to the pastors. Other parts in the
service were taken by Revs. J. K.
Hihio, I. D. Iaea and D. N. Opuuui
A Japanese employed In Puunene
Mill, fell from the top of one of the
evaporators last Friday, sustaining
Injuries which are not thought to be
Miss Belle Dickey invited a number
of her friends to a tennis party at
Haiku last Saturday afternoon
After tennis a very pleasant evening
was spent playing progressive Five
James Ogg passed through Kahu
lui on his way to Hana lat Saturday
where he has accepted the position
of engineer for the plantation.
Wm. Walsh and family have been
spending the past two weeks at Ma
kawao. Wild ducks are beginning to make
their appearance in the Kahului
Ponds and local hunters anticipate
some good sport this season.
The Paia extension of the Kahului
Railroad is about half completed and
the management expect to have it
finished by the beginning of the sugar
The last match of men's singles
tennis tournament was played Mon
day between Wm.' McGerrow the
winner of class B singles and Geo.
Henderson the winner of class A.
The match was tc be the best three
out of live sets, allowing a handicap,
The whole five sets were played, Mr.
Henderson coming out winner of the
fifth set and also of the tournament.
The winner receives a tennis Jacket
as a prize.
Supt. R. W. Filler celebrated his
birthday Wednesday evening by in
viting a number of his Kahului friends
to his home. It was quite late ic the
evening before many of his guests
knew of its being his birthday. The
evening was very pleasantly spent in
dancing on the large lanal. Several
good musical selections were render
ed by James Dougherty, Mr. Muller
Mr. J. N. S . Williams left Wednes
day for a short business trip to Ho
Mr. Geo. Wilbur ' gives a house
party at his home in Kailua this
evening. Special trains will be run
The Makawao Tennis Club are hold
ing a tournament at the Sunny side
grounds every Saturday afternoon
consisting of ladies singles. The
tournament Is for the purpose of
classifying the players. The club
consists principally of ladies many of
whom are very good players, so sorre
close names may be expected.
The two prize cups to be given the
winners of the tennis tournament
Aug. 12tb were received Monday and
will be placed in the hands of the
trustee Mr. H: P. Baldwin. The
cups will be presented to the winners,
Mr. Bazata and Mr. Krumbhaar as
soon as convenient.
Wednesday evening a drawing took
place of the members of the Puunene
Athletic Association for partners in
a mens doub'es tournament. The
drawing resulted as follows:
Wescoatt - Ault, Smith -Loigher;
A. F. Voss-G. L. Keeney, Vascon-
cellos-Fanton; Shoemaker-W. P. L.
Bett, Campbell-Daniels; Walsh-Me-
deiros, McGerrow-A. C. Betts.
The Puunene Mill finished drying
low grade products Saturday and
will not start up again until about
the 1st of Dec; Quite a force of men
are at work making repairs on the
mills and machinery.
A very enjoyable evening was spent
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr
McConkey by the neighbors, last
Monday evening. The sjght of fifty
candles upon a Birthday Cake arous
ed a question in a number of the
Rev. O. P. Emerson left Wednes
day on the Maui for Honolulu. On
Oct. 11th he will sail on the Alameda
for the mainland. After spending a
few days at the coast he will go East
to meet his wife who is in Massachu
setts:, Mr. Emerson for the last tvo
years has been the missionary among
the Hawaiian Churches of Mani, La
nai and Molokal. He expects to be
away at least eight months for an ex
This week we are selling
Colgate's Cashmere Boquet
' Colgate's Glycerine
' Colgate's Honey ,
Mullen's & Kropff (Imported) "
( La Cathedral di Cologne
White Rose Glycerine
Armour's ' '
Roger & Gullet white Lilac (Imported)
Castile White (Imported) .
Sea foam Borax
.' . ' , '
Cudahy'a white ash
Nonpariel . . .
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'' AND v....,-
Pearline ' ,
Washing Ammonia in bottles " .
. Bath Brick - . . ; -
Kahului Favorite , A
Palace Kitchen Soap -.' . '
' ' ; ' : f
I - - I ... I- ' I ,
After you have cleaned house use
Ready to mix
but not ready mixed
We keep it in gallon cans, all colors;
vou can buy one can or 1000 as. you
The Emporium of the Pacific.