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'HE MAUI NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER I9,,1907
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold u.s
regular meeting on Tuesday, October
22nd at the Parsonage.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken leaves by 'today's
C! audi lie for liana and Kipuhuhi on
his regular professional trip. Tie
will be away two or three weeks.
The Maui Sliinhun, ti.e Japanese
news paper is t' e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the .lap
N. K OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
The Queen Lodging Ik use of Wni
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
J clean beds, 50 cents per night,
f A. Do Rego, Proprietoi .
liana has gone into theatricals and
has organized a club culled the Kau
iki Acting Club. On '.he 6th of Oeto
ber they gave their first exhibition.
The scene was a wedding and six fut
ure 'professionals took part. The
native church was used as a substi
. tute for a theater. A larie attend
ance was present and a most, enjoy
able evening had.
The residence of Judge A. N. Ke
poikai has been torn down and the
lumber is being carried away in order
to make room for a larger and bet
The work on the new courthouse
has at last begun and the residents
of Wailuku now believe we will have
a court house in tho near future suit
able for court purposes. This im
provement has been sought by the
residents here for many years and
several times it look id to be certain
that the building would be crecttd
but each time thv ,ii'-e ii'ined to
disappoiutir, i .N'n.i h,i the con
tract lias been let an.; . !: "irtcd
wild a good fore .1; ! r is certain
we will soon !;. t.i huil(tinr
Rapij changes are lung made in
the appec ranee of the town of Kanu
lui. Buildings are being moved and
new ones erected and it will be but a
short time until the town will look
very different to what it did before.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Maui Wine & Liquor Co. lias
postponed to next Wednesday even
ing, October 23, 190".
A game of baseball was played
between tho Kula and Kahului Jr.
baseball teams last Sunday at Waia
koa. The score wes 14 to 5 in favor
of the Kahuluis.
Dr. E. H. Kelndge of Oakland is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. F. F.
Baldwin of Spreckelsville. The doctor
was oue of the visitors to the annual
convention of the Rubber Growers'
Associatloirand became a charter
member of the organization.
E. A. Wilson was down from llama
kiapoko Wednesday. ,
Charles Baker returned to Ilono
lulu Wednesday. He has been in Wai
luku some time under the treatment
of Dr. R. H. Dincgar.
W. W. Hall returned to Honolulu
Wednesday. He has made a thorough
inspection of the rubber plantations
of Nahiku, where he has investments.
Miss Flemming was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Rev. J. Nua and Mrs. Nua were
passengers to Honolulu Wednesday.
Carl Waldeyer Jr, celebrated his
fifth birthday last Monday. Many of
his young friends were his guests on
After spending a mouth's vacatiou
in Wailuku with fr'ends and relatives
John Holt Jr. aud Harry Holt re
turned to Honolulu this week by the
Allen W. T. Bottoraley of Bishop &
Co. was on Maui this week, returning
to Honolulu Wednesday.
A. P. McDonald came up on Satur
day's Claudine and at once began the
construction of tlie court house.
Supervisor Henuing viailed the
rubber plantations of Nahiku Satur
day and remained ovir in the H ana
district to inspect the road ' work
there. He returned to Lahaiua last
Dr. Peas of liana came over to
Wailuku Wednesday by the Claudine
and left the same day for Lahaiua.
One English dog cart,
box 19. Puuuene, Maui,
Word has been received here that
Mr. It. W. Filler hus accepted a pos
ition at Salina Cnu and will have
charge of tie shipping through that
port by the railroad iieros- the pen
insula. It is undergo id thut the sal
ary i , it(. u luciative on. Mrs.
Killer and the children will i.-ave on
her first trip to Ralinu Cruz
C. U. Collins was up from Honolulu
Edmund 0. Brown is on Maui this
week in the intertst of the Dearborn
Drug ilmi chemical Company. While
here he was a visitor to the rubber
lands of Xaniku Mr. Drown is the
president of the latest .-ubber com
pany to be organized in the territory.
His company has has one of the best
tracts of land in the island of Hawaii
and should do well there.
Police officers W. II. Rogers, C.
Crowell and Manuel Serjueira went
to Honolulu this week to twstify
before the triai jury in a case against
a Japanese on a charge of selling
liquor without a license.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
SECTION , 2, OF ORDINANCE
NO. 2 RELATING TO THE PRO
MULGATION OF ORDI
NANCES, PASSED BY THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ON
THE 7 DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
Section 1. Section 2 of Ordinance
No. 2, relating to the promulgation
of ordinances, passed by the Board
of Supervisors, on the 7 day of Sep
tember, 1905, is hereby amended to
read as foil uvs:
"Section 2. It shall, thereupon be
the duty of the Clerk of the Board,
as soon as pra -lieabl", to cause a
li ue. copy of such o-oitiance to lie
p '.ted upon a Bulletin Dotted in ftonl
of or near the iom occupied by the
Board of Supervisors, and to also
cause a t ,.e copy thereof to be pub
lished in one issue of a newspaper of
general circulation published at the
Section 2. This Ordinance shull
take effect from and after being
posted upon a Bulletin board in front
of or near the rcom occupied by the
Board of Sjpervisors and its publica
lion o ce a week for a period of two
consecutive weeks in a newspaper of
general circulation published at the
Beard of Super .-frors within and
for the County of Maui.
By(Sgn.) W. HENN1NG,
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had
and vote taken, was passed by the
Board of Supervisors of Maui County,
on the 10th day of October, 1907, at
their regular meeting held in . Wailu
(Sgn.) W. F. Kaae,
Clerk of tin Beard of Supervisors
County of Maui.
Oct. 19, 20'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
Iu. the matter of the Estate of
Henry Clare Oveuden, late of liana
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Allowauce of Final Accounts,
Distribution and Discharge.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of Mina E. Oven-
den, Administratrix of the Estate of
Henry C. Owenden late of Hana,
Maui, deceased, wherein she ask to
be allowed $1000.72 and charges her
self with $4815.94, and asks that the
same may be examined and approv
ed, aud that a final order may be
made of distribution of the property
remaining iu her hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, and discharg
ing her and her sureties from all fur
ther responsibility as such Admiuis
ItisOrderid, that Monday, the
23ih day of November A. D. 1907, at
ten o'clock A. M., before tho Judge
of said Court at the Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku Islarid of Maui
be and tlie same hereby is appointed
as the time aud place for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested may then aud
there appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not
be granted, and may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
said property. AUo that uotice of
this Order shall be published once u
week in the "Maui News" a weekly
newspaper, printed and published in
Wailuku, Maui, for three successive
weeks, the last publication t be not
less than ten days previ us to the
lime therein appointed for said hear
ing. Dated at Wailuku, this 14lh day of
October 1907. .
(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge, Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
(Seal) Edmund II. Hart.
Oct. 17, 25. Nov. 2, 9.
Section 25t( of the Revised Law'
of Hawaii provides:
"Every corpora'ion not eleemosy
nary, religious, literary of educational
shall annually present a full and
accurate exhibit of tho stale of its
affairs to the Treasurer at such times
as the Treasurer shull direct."
Notice is hereby given to all cor
poratious other than tho.e referred
to above who have not tiled their
annual exhibits for tho years ending
December 31, 1905 and 1900 to file
them in the office of the Treasurer of
the Territory on or before the 15th
day of November 1907.
HENRY C. HA PA I.
Registar of Public Accounts.
Treasurer's Office, T. H., Honolulu.
Oct. 3. 1907.
Oct. 12, 19.
There will be a special meeting of
stockholders of the Kaupakalua Wine
& Liquor Co. Ltd. at the Winery,
Kaupakalua, Maui, on Saturday
October 2Gth, 1907, at 3 P.M. for the
purpose of considering the adoption
of New By-Laws, and the advisability
of ii creasing its capital tock
J. G ARCIA,
Secretary Kanpekalua Wn A
L:q:io- Co. Lul.
The regular (piai ieily ineelim; ol
stockhold'-rs of the Maui Wine A
Liquor Co. Ltd. will o held at, the
office of the Company, cn Weduesday
October 16th, 1907, at 7.30 P. M.
Sec. Maui Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd.
Tlie above meeting was post pen t!
to the same hour next -Wednesday,
October 23, 1907.
Secretan, Maui Wine & Liquor.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Land Co., Ltd.,
held on Monday, October 7, 1907, the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve fcr the ensuing year.
FUN TEUNG, President.
YOUNG TUNG, Sec. and Treas.
YOUNG TONG. Auditor.
YOUNG KUT HING,
ec. Maui Land Co., Ltd.
Oct. 12, 19, 2G, Nov. 2.
The Board of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui will hold
a meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Tues
day the 5th of November 1907 at 2
P. M. to consider the application of
Peter Joseph for a Saloon License to
sell intoxicating liquors at Pelekunu,
Kula, District of Makawao in a new
building iu front of the residence of
Adam Forsyth . at said Pclekunu
under the provisions of Act 119,
Session Laws of 1007.
All protests or objections against
tho issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
October 1st, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
October 5, 12, 19, 20.
Maui No Ka Oi.
Tlie truth of the above pliia.se
may be substautialed by giving
Maui's own product a trial.
Kaupakalua Wine in any quan
tity from a bottle up.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.,
a 3 wjt tr f
1 ,r-w-$'S y
ters tlie j'Mce lrutn the lus
cious lius ersto the bottle
ine1i:oi';ed in flavor aroma.
LEMONADE. . ,
Make a quart of lemonade,
rather sweet; add a tumbler of
Welch's Grape Juice. For a
delicious, yet easily made beve
rage, this recipe is unequalled.
It noes rifjht to the thirsty spot.
This Coffee is absolutely pure.
there is in opportunity for deception
and done to 11 turn in one of the most modern offee roasters in ex
istence. Price 40 cents nor il.
Everyone Should Have a Watch.
This handsome open face watch, only $1.00. (Jnaranteod
to keep time tor I year. The best and cheapest watch for the
money on the market.
WELCH'S GRAPB JL'ICE, PLAIN
Tho coklor I he grapo juice is served tho
boiler. It may bo kept 011 ice or in a cool
place, or chipped ice may be added when
Many people prefer dilution, so if desir
ed, 0110 third or more water may be added,
and with this dilution Welchs Grape Juice
will still be rich and very palatable. There
is on better table beverage.
SODA WATER AT HOME.
Make a grape syrup by taking a tumbler
of Welchs Grape Juice, a tumbler of water,
and a uutnblcr and three-fours of sugar-stir
until dissolved. Get a siphon;of plain soda
from your druggist, put about two jounced of
tho grape syrup in a glass and fill with tho
soda. A truly refreshing drink. The sugar
cr. - iiie. nre used
color and food
may bo omitted and-the plain soda added to
the glass half-tilled with' grape juice.
You buy it in the bran and
It is mast ed by exports
Fancy English Pigskin Saddles, hig Australian pat
tern, -25.b() to 50.00
Fancy U. S.
$20.00 to $23.00.
Plain English Saddles $5.00 to $20.00
McClcllan pattern Saddle, $15.00 to $25.00.
t 0 tph
A. pattern Army Otlicers' Saddles,