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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 251906
Tho word CUEMO is perforntoil in tho
wrapper of ovory one of our onlobrnt'cd
0 it IIS MO 5 CIGARS. Thoy have no
bnnds. Wo will nol gitnrnntoo tho qual
ity of any untitled imperforated
This is iniportnnt to ovory smoker.
Hackfeld & Go
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM TUB BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
- Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This brand denotes quality
Wrile us in regards to your
Leather needs Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Rev. It. C Dodjio mid wife nro
now in Wailuku. fhey wore recently
ronrrtpd In Ilotnlulu nml will mnko
their permanent home hero.
Mr. M. J. Kerhu nnd Mrs. Kcelen
il're back from Kivimi. Mr. ICeolcn
1mr1 the contract, for putting in tho
pipe for tho Whinilm dnm on Kauai
uhd was very si ccessful in his work.
Mr. A. 13. Elmer, wlio is working
tlie field'in the in' profit of Castle and
Ctmkp, lopnl intents of tlio Mutual
Lifo of Now England, is on Maui this
.veuk. Ho has tnado a verv favorable
impression hero ami will doubt less do
Hutch business for his company.
Urnry H. Palmer, an attorney of
Snn Dlej.ro, California, has been sight
ppl)(j on A1nui for some days. Ho
sttvn the eliinnle hum is very nuicli
he same us in Sun DlofcO (luring the
Fred Wright, of. Honolulu, is in
Waiiine tliis wtMMt making a survey
for tlie Department of Education.
They willli:.vo a now school houst.
built there thorlly and wish to know
just, where tlie true boundaries tiro
before they have the building put. up.
Attorney Abraham Lewis, of the
law firm of Smith & Lewis of Hono
lulu, is in Wailuku on business.
C. W. Ashford, the Honolulu At
torney, was in Wailuku during the
V. E. Shaw received a wiroiss tel
egram last week calling him to Hlio.
f J Is brother, Harry T. Slmw, ma.ua
acr of the Hilo Diug Store id serious
ill and has to undergo an operation
Mr. W. F. Wickett, the insurance
man, Is on Maui nssibting Mr. IT. P.
Rosecans in tlie insurance field.
Both gentlemen are popular and are
meeting with much success fh their
Alexander Scott, the artist whose
landscape pictures liave excited
mucli favorable comment, is on Maui
Attorney Enos Vincent returned
from Honolulu this week.
Mr. Christie, who is looking after
tlie work in tho new Wailuku Sugar
Co's. mill for Miiiknn Brothers, re
turned from Honolulu Tuesdt y qven
Hon. II. P. Baldwin returned
Tuesday uvening by tlie steamer
Kinau from Kauai and Honolulu
where lie has been during the past
ttetmahn, about two hundred pnoplo
Tho beautiful orange and limo or
chard of the Hoi tiers has been elenr
ed by the Pioneer Mill Company for
a more prolitable crop. Cane and
their palatial residence has been con
vortedlnto a club house for tlie em
ployees of the Plantation. Mr. Dodcn
who Is manager of the club can now
boast ol tlio finest club house of any
.plantation throughout these Islands.
County Atty. Case has been in La
liaina soveral days prosecuting gui.ib
liny cases. Son e 30 or more Chinese
and 10 Japanese have been arrested
on various charges of gaming. The
outcome of these caso3 arc still in
Supervisor Wm. Heoning has just
moved into his new homo by the sea.
Ab the place is surrounded by a
grove of coennnut palms he has seen
fit, to name it Niumalu, signifying
The shade of the Palms.
There has.been nn abundance of
rain in tlie mountains the last week
and tho plantation has water to
spare for a few .days.
Mr. Serimgor,lho chief engineer of
the Pioneer Miil Company, is expect
ed back next week. He lias been
away oa a two months' vacation.
The Baldwin Home ha been ro
novated and Is now quite an impos
ing structure. A sidewulk and fence
hnvo been added to beautify tlio old
GBNBVIOVB DOWSETT IS MRS.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 113.
Corner Market and Alain SLs. Wailuku, Maul
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OP
WINES, WKiSKEYS. CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
C 2 GLASSES
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
Georgo C. Sea arrived on Maui
Tuesday evening from Honolulu.
Mrs. Kato L. McKay returned
home from a phasant vacation, in
Sam Alexander Jr. was a pnsseng
er to Maui last Tuesday.
Suhool Inspector C. W. Baldwin
arrived on Maui Tuesday evening and
ic .Minnflltttr n clini't vnr.tfwm nl liica
linimt hi HniUn. iv
The concert unil frir to be eivu-t5ytu
tho Catholic Ladies' Aid Society will
take place at tho Wailuku Court
House on the 8th "of September.
Misa Julia Gllmore, a sifter of Mrs.
C. D. Lufkl", left for Honolulu Wed
nesday whore she will visit her sister,
Mrs. C. B. Wood. She will t,ail for
the eout on the Siberia and will be
accompanied by Frank Lufkin on '..is
wuv back to school.
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
Mrs. D. C. Lindsay loft Wednesday
for 'Honolulu where she will vUit tlie
Alexnndors for a short time.
Mrs. S, B, Harry was a passenger
to Honolulu this week.
W. T. ltobiiiion and threo of the
older children went to Honolulu this
week. They will be gono abuut ton
(.) i-nrge B. Sh ruder, manager of
lbs Wailuku Cnh Store went to flu
nolulii Thursday evpuing.
I'lie Home Rulers held their Dis
trict Convention last Saturday and
nominated j) U. Uahinui for Sup
ervisor Molokai and Paia Nnki for
Deputy Sheriff. George Kauhi 'for
Supervisor and 1). Kuamu
Deputy Sheriff, Laliaina. V.,
Cornwell, Supervisor and Peruvia
Goodness, "Deputy Sheriff, Wailu
ku. Ed. Wilcox, Supervisor and
Adam Forsyth for Deputy Sheriff,
Makawao. J. Almlii, Supervisor
and J. K. Ilanuna for Deputy
Tliotnas Clark claims lo have
received the. majority of tlie votes
of the members of the different,
clubs for Hie oflice of Deputy
Sheriff's position but lost out badly
in the convention. Cornwell and
Goodness both worked against him
in tho convention. He will proba
bly run on tip independent ticket.
She icturned to her islnnd homo
Genoviovo Dowsett Dunbar.
There is it dOuhlo romance in
connection with hor return, aside
from the adventure of shipwreck,
and there is tho story of a proud
woman's iino scorn.
This is what the San Francisco
Bulletin sasy :
STOCKTON, August 14. Miss
Gonevicvo Dowsett, who is said to
have been jilted by Prentiss Gray,
a former football hero of the Uni
versity of California, has not. gone
into morning by any moans. ,
She was married in this eifyyes
teiday to Stuart Boyd Dnnbtr, who
gavo his agq as 23 nnd his re.d
dence as Belvedere. Miss Dowsett
confessed to 20 years before tho
County Clerk when asked her age,
and also gave Belvedere as her
Every effort has been made to
keep the wedding a secret. The
pair came to Stockton Saturday,
but carefully avoided publicity.
As both appeared to bo desirous of
escaping any mention in the pa
pers, they avoided the hotels or
registered under assumed names,
if they went to one.
Dunljar is said to have been ac
quainted with Miss Dowsett for
some time. She seems to have de
cided that he is a "n an," as she
declared when Prentiss begged to
be excifsed from marrying her that
she would love ''a man and not a
Services af Island Churches
Cnuitcii Op Itor.Y Innocknis, Laimina
Cnnon A. II. Wf-vmoutli, Hector.
Holy Cnimminlon, 7:(W A. M. ovory Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning service 11:00
A.M. JOvenlng l'rayor, 4:301. M, During Ad
vent nnd Lenten reason special w coll day sor-vteoi.
WA1NEK CMUIICII, I.AIIAINA.
Iter. S. Knpu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning service
1:00 A. M. Y. 1. S. 0. 12. nt 1:1X1 P. M. w-l.
nosduy nfternoon, l'rnyor Meeting nt 3:30 1. M.
uursuiiy icruoon, Womon's Mooting, 3:30 V.
. Friday ntlnrnoon, Cliolf Itchcarsal 3:30 1.M.
Roman Catiioi.io Council, I.ahaina.
Ilev. Tather Oliver.
I'lrat Mns, wooli days 0:00. A.M. Sunduvs and
holidays, 10:0(1 A. M, llcncdlctlon S:30 p. tn,
UNION CHUnCH, WAILUKU.
Itov. ltowlnnd H. Dodun. I'uxlnr. Ir..nni.i
Servlco as uaunl ut7 30 1. M.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. H., August, 190G.
Tho following affects the list of
Liiihts, Buoys and Dayrnarks in the
12th Lighthouse Subdist-'ct.
. Pearl Hartor, Oahu Islaud, page
14. Entrance Buoy No. 1, a black
2nd class tall type can, reported
adrift, will be replaced as soon as
Hilo Bay, Hawaii Island, page 10.
Blonde Reef Whistling Buoy, black,
marked "BR" in white, was number
ed "1," without other change, July
Kanialo Point, Molokai Island,
.psge 12. Kanialo Point Reef Bell
Buoy, red, marked '"Kamalo", was
numbered "1", wilhout other change
.By order of the Lighthouse Board'
J. P. CARTER.
Lieutenant, U S. Navy,
Assistant to the Inspector of the
12th Light-House District.
St. Anthony's Cnuitcii, Waimjku
Si 'day Servlco. Communlnn. fim a. m cmm
ren's JnssC8:30 A. M. Instruction ic English.
Second Mnss, 10:00 A.M. Sermon inHanllnt
nnu i-ortuguoso. After Mass. Benediction. 11:41
A. M., llosery nnd Instruction for nnti vns. vn..lr
doys Mass 6. A. M. Holidays falling during
ween: ucmmuuion at o: A. M. Mass at 9 00 A
20 yds. Calico? .
17 yds. Print ?
12 yds. Gingham?
Moro than you can get elsewhere? .Have you seen'
our windows? Have rou?
WAILUKU CASH STORE j
When you want your carriago repuirtnl to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING IIORSB SHORING.
Alain St. near Market,"
Lahaioc oltlseiis tut tied nut en inns
p to wUnnt 8 game of basebull at
Nftplll tatlwccn the Nupili unil a local
urtfAfiliatloa callet the Linu team.
TUa'xwA caused grcut deal of ex
clleinetit (ruin lt t toflninh. It took
t.i good eie'iliig mini tn d-eidt a
victory ttnd the loci. I iH&in. the LI
hauf,came out vtctorlou wilhu hair
brftlh fMikpe More 8 to 1).
The NaplUa will play the local teair
Sunday lh Mlti at Kiluhunu park
After Um Hall game the guests
were treated to a genuine country
luau at llw rttideaoe of August
TSie Kahului Railroad Co,
hereby gives notice that
special trains will be run
every Saturday from! Ka
hului to Paia, Wailuku and
Puunene immediately after
the landing of the passen
gers from the S. 8. CSaudine.
Mcotlngs at Snlvatlon Army Hall, Market
t., 8 P. M. ovory Saturday. Sunday Juniors
t a I'. M. Salvation mooting nt 8 1. M.
FOREIGN I'itOTESTANT OHUItCII. .
It. V. IJrzata, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Puullo Worsnlp at 11:00 A. M.
TllECllUHGU OPTlIB CiOOD SllErilEIIU
Hov, Canon Ault, Hector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4tli, 5th Sunday at 7
. M. 2nd Sunday at 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
U 11 A. M. Children's sorvico, 1st sutday nt a
.. M. Kvousono and Sormnn nt ln.,., i.
Holy U.iya, Holy Communion at 7 A, M. Djlly,
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SUCCESSOR TO CHONG CHUNG
FRESH SODA WATER,
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS.
FRESH CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, Wailuku.
II. OKAMURA, Propritor.
B1SMAM STABLES CO. Lid
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
op poses to run the Leading Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS-
Excursion Rates to Tab and Ua'e
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
. NEW MANAGEMENT
Cut to any length desired Prompt
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
rilONE NO 1. KAHULUI, MAUI
Market Street. Wailuku
Nothing but tho best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINiER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
HEADQUARTERS FOR '
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.