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The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, January 11, 1913, Image 5

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Maui Will Be
In Carnival
Valley Island To Be Represented
On February 22 Princess Will
Ride In Parade.
Mtiui will Ik- lvproHunU'il at the
Honolulu Mid-Winter' carnival.
That was decided at the meeting of
the Chainher of Commerce last
Wednesday. The matter was dis
cussed at length at the meeting, and
the general opinion was that Maui
should be represented in some way.
The "Princess" scheme appealed
to most of the members, and they
spoke in favor of that form of re
presentation. It was felt that this island should
be represented on the great day in
Honolulu. February 22 is the day
of days in the Hawaiian capital
city and it is good news to hear
that the cry of "Maui No Ka CM"
will be heard this year.
Chairman F. F. Baldwin named
a committee of three to take charge
of the matter. Messrs. L. von
Tempsky, II. I'enhallow and E. II.
Bevins will see to it that Maui is
properly represented, and that our
princess has the best mount possi
ble to obtain.
Xocals I
Judge Kingsbury is expected to arrive
from the Coast ou January 15.
The funeral of the late William K.
Bailey was held last Sunday afternoon.
A. Mv Brown, deputy county attorney
of Oahu, paid a flying visit ro Maui last
The Paia branch store of the Maui Dry
Goods Company is a fine addition to the
VV. Leslie West and W. II. Field are
the new Senior and Junior Stewards of
Lodge Maui No. 984.
The total cost of the new store of the
Maui Dry Goods Company will run
pretty well into $15,000.
C. D. Lufkin is said to be on his ww
home from the mainland. He should
arrive about January 15.
A. Prescott, of the Standard Oil Com
pany, was in town for a tew days.
"Pres" is known all over the islands.
Chester Doyle, of Honolulu and Yoko
hama, was in town during the week.
He paid a visit to the Raymoud Ranch.
Joe Leal, who was charged with speed
ing in his automobile, defended himself
in court and was discharged last Tuesday.
M. Doi, Manenaka, ' Sakamoto, Ta
mashiro and Nakamura and friends wish
to thank all those people who so kindly
helped to save funiture and clothing from
burning house on Thursday evening
January 9,
Solons Pass
Money Bill
For the six months beginning
January 1, and ending June 30. the
Supervisors of Maui have appropri
ated the sum of 8112,0:?."). That is
for current expenses. For the
special improvement tax fund, the
sum of 858,000 is provided for the
six months.
There will nlso he 1,500 avail
able for school maintenance. This
is Maui's share of the Territorial
fund for the period.
The supervisors labored long and
hard over "the appropriation bill,
and it was not till yesterday that the
figures became available for publication.
Great preparations are being1
made for the big religious conven
tion in Honolulu. The conven
tion will start ou January 23, and
end a week later. F. 1$. Smith
and M. A. Robbins, from the
mainland, will be the principal
The Rev. J. W. Wadman, of
Honolulu, is on Maui now, and he
is to visit Laliaina, Central Maui
and Hana. He is attending to his
many mission stations and, at the
same time, interesting people in
the coming convention in Hono
lulu. It is the hope of Mr. Wadman
that many people may go to the
capital city and attend the conven
tion. Then, later on, the idea is
to have Messrs Smith and Robbins
visit Maui and the other islands of
the group. Meetings will be held
at central places, and an effort to
raise interest in "Men and Re
ligion" will be made.
mi . 1
Lahaina News.
Evening services are held this
week nt Hale Aloha.
The carpenters will be busy for
several weeks. A large amount of
lumber has been carried up to La
hainaluna for the new dining hall
and dormitory. A load of material
for the new school house has arrived.
Mr. White is building a power boat,
in which he will made occasional
trips to Lanai.
Mr. George Gibb and family will
sail for their future home on the
large island, on Saturday- They
will be very much missed in social
circles here. The dinner in their
honor at the Pioneer Hotel was
nicely arranged by Dr. Burt.
List of Unclaimed Freight at Kahului to be
Sold at Public Auction According to Law
Sale to be held at the Kahului Railroa 1 Company's Foreign Freight
Warehouse on Wednesday, February 5th, 1913, at 10 a. m.
Claudia" No.
Unknown M. Ito
Wells-pargo Mushinski "
Mrs. H. Range L. Akina
Unknowu Kano Unknown..
Unknowu J. P Unknown..
Unknown Hano Hotel "ClaudineV
Unknown H. C. Mossman... "
Unknown Maciiueuto "
Soou Look A. Santos "
T. H. Davies MauiAutoCo "
Unknown Nawaihiue "
Unknown - C. U. Lufkin "
Unknown ..Sakai Hotel "
Unknowu Kuwahara Unknown..
Unknown Murphy l'aia
City Transfer Co A. K. Cook "Claudiue'
Yauianaka Store (S. P.)
Bulletin Pub Co R. B. Church
Unknown P. F "
Unknown S. Kauila "
Unknowu Puana
Unknown Hattie Kaiwe " "
Unknown .' Theo. L. McNeill "
Unknown J. Kawauchi "
Unknown J. C. Axtel Unknown..
239 1 Package Books
252 1 Package Books
322 j 1 Mty. Tin
I Pa. Paper
.... 1 case Raw Oil (10 Gals)
269 1 package printing
261...' I package paper
280 1 suit
266 1 Mty. trunk
287 1 bdl. wire
296 1 broken casting
239 1 Pa. II hooks
289 1 Pa. books
293 1 Pa. printing
I box buckets
I package hats
342 1 spring 1 mattress
317 1 package slippers
33o I package papers
348 1 box J. goods
214 I package bamboo
235 1 bundle hides
248 1 box
33o 1 stove pipe
301 1 package printing
...2 crates (4) pes. iron fence
Kahului Railroad
Galvanized Iron-Flat Sheets.
48 ins. x 120 ins.
16 "
48 ins. x 120 ins.
30 ins. x 108 ins.
30 ins. x 108 ins.
24 ins. x 84 ins.
30 " x 90 "
30 " x 72 "
30 " x 90 "
30 " x!08 "
24 ins. x 84 ins.
30 " x 00 "
30 " x 72 "
30 " xl08 "
Quotations Cheerfully Furnished on Application.
Kahului Railroad Cos
Merchandise Department
Kahului, Maui.
NO. 1062
J. N. S. Williams, Superintendent
Jan. II-lS-25-peb. I
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