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Frequent showers last week in
Business and travel arc rushing in
'V'uiluku tni.s week,
Supt. Filler and family have re
turned to Kahului to reside.
What about that raeo mecing?
Arc we to have no races this year?
HORN. At Makawao, May 1st
1000 to the wife of Frank Richards,
central nflice will nrobahlv be estah- the dnv workinir on the road, sent
lished at Wailuku, but the ccntrul for Mr. Pogue and told him that they
at Puia will remain.
The wave of reaction which emana
ted from Honolulu last Monday morn
ing, caused by the raising of the
quarantine, has reached Wailuku,
bearing on its crest the fare of u
number of well known Honoluluitcs.
Come on, boys we are ready to do
cash business with you.
"Aupuni" Haysclden of Maunr.lel
whre nnxiom to return to work on
the plantation. They were immcdi
liberated and are now buck nt t!
plantation nt work.
The remaining 125 Japanese also
plead not guilty and were tried 011
Thursday and Frilay.
In the inidst of the trial in Fri
day morning, all of the defendants
then on trial except ten usked leave
of Court to change their pica from
FOR SAkE. A Lady -a bycicle I. 1 NOTICE. The Undersigned has
to be sold. It is a brand new wheel purchased the, .J.iihaina Kestauran
(Ideal) model 10:io.
Apply to the,
Maim Nkws Office.
plantation, Lan.11, who is visiting nol Kuiity to ruilty. This was ul-
ailuku, reports that tlie pumps i,1W(i mi,t tl.v were ut once ordered
. mr, tvvt.urs. wcoto wore guests Wero started up at Lanai last week, h.1(,,. , ...m.k on 1h,. iantution u V.it h
of the Windsor, Wailuku sevLral0days and are proving a perfect success. t, ..v,,.-,.,,.,! tl:cir..,clvcs ot.ite
W hen connections liuve been made wju'ulrr to J,,.
with all the wells, thes? pumis will
irrigate over 800 acres of cane.
Admiral '"Dickey"' Davis, of the
inter island S. S. service, txiblx-u up
serenely in Wailuku on Wednesday
morning, to the intense delight of
his many friends here who know
and love him. He refers to his re
cent trip. to the Coast lovingly, and
hints of a reception accorded to him
May was ushered i.i this year with
an abundance of copious showers
The road up Iao Valley, which was
temporarily obstructed by the pipe
layers, is open to travel again,
J. J. Combs returned from Honolulu
on Tuesday, and had a jolly and
prosperous trip to the metropolis
fin f 4.1m fit.tf TT nil
i tempest In a tea pot, and everything downstairs. He ulso informed a
is onco tmre serene at t'.ie plan tatioe. reporter of the News that the San
aw... t.-..i..... d... 1 . 1 1.1 i Francisco ana Honolulu Jtailroau is
xue iiauuiui oiorc is Kept, uusv ni-
1: .... , 1 beins? pushed vigorously, and that
Ilia VII AU'I S 1 1 (.Mil UHHI 1IIMY Will l llOUSe I r3 t
for the Wailuku and up coun
J:i..lr Avnrv rnt.irnn.1 t.bU wonlr 'hat CamK VC1'V "Par belli
fmm x flvo ,nntiw vWt wn.,l.,i serious accident happened to Supt.
which he s:,vs be found to be ,(itpr Taylor of the Wailuku water works
The remaining ten wore trie:'.
found guilty, a'ld ordered to return
to work, which tliev have done.
Ylahuwoo Teachers' Meeting.
On the afternoon of Monday tie
twenty-third jf April, the monthly
meeting of the Makawao Livul
Teachers' Circle was held In the
Makawao school-house. Alth.r.igh
the weather was stormy there were
seventeen teachers present.
There were but two items on the
program:- a Second Header lesson.
l ties are laid to a point out beyond and a lesson from the xem vEvange- ulum(1 t,ip
y the Farallone Islands. '." The Second Header Lesm th(,.r s
pleasant nor profitable.
Back numbers of the News contain
ing the first chapter of the serial
story, "My Son," can be had for
ten cents per copy.
The friends of W. I. Ball, formerly
of the. Kahului saloon will be pleased
to learn that he is convalescing from
his recent dangerous illness.
Supt. Taylor's wife and family
came over from Honolulu last night
pn the Mauna Loa for the purpose of
spending a few weeks in Wailuku.
J. W, Marshall has accepted th
position of head luna at Spreckelsville
plantation. His family have moved
from Wailuku to Spreckelsville this
Attorney Richardson of Lahaina
was summoned to Wailuku on Tues
day by the striking Japanese of -Ki-hei,
bat decl'mud to appear as their
Pilikia nui at the News office
this week. The foreman was sick
part of the time, the boss was away
all the time, and the ' papar simply
Dr. Peterson, came over to Laha
ina on Tuesday, and to Wailuku on
Thnrsday, on his round of official du
ties in connection with contract labor
on the plantations.
The wife ail family of Mr. J. I
Walker, head hook keeper tit the
Kahului KrilroUd office, arrived on
the Mauna Lo.i last night to make
their home in Kahului.
D. Busscll Biote, the Wailuku
dentist, who has been to Makawao
. for tho past several weeks filling
profess! ma! engagements.
to Wailuku yesterday.
Too much praise ennnot bo be
stowed upon Sheriff Baldwin for tho
admiral manner in which he handled
and cared for tho striking Kiliei
Japanese under his cliargo this week.
on Tuesday morning. While seated
in a four horse wagon, up near the
head of the water supply pipe in Iao
Valley, the team which had been
left momentarily by the driver, ran
away down a steep declivity. Mr.
Tavlor threw himself out of the back
end of the wagon, describing an ele
gant narabolic curve in his descent
to earth, which ho struck on his head,
thus avoiding any serious consequen
fliln nt the Iseach. 1 1'iven hv .uss
..... r - - .
Crixik, gave occasion for d'n;-uMon
of a practical nature. The object
of this lesson, ways in which it may
be taught, also the valu the us
and the abuse of Reader lessons in
general, were discussed. The poetry
lesson was from the first one htm
dre.d lines of "Evangeline." .Vim
ning, paraphrasing, dellniti'Mi and
derivation of uncommon words, also
explanation of poetical figures and
expressions were taken up.
The next meetmir will bo UelU 011
May, the fifteenth.
M. T. L. C
Japanese Strike at Kibe!.
On Monday morning last, a strike
occurred among the Kihei Japanese
laborers. On Sunday night they had
met and resolved that they would
not turn out till half past five from
their houses, although it was neces
sary for those at Camp 1 to turn out
earlier in order to catch the tram
which would take them to their
On Monday morning, the manager
Vessels in Port--KahuJul.
Shin Emily F. Whitney. Pendleton
Manila, April L.
Brk. Havdn Drown, IW.sen, from
Newcastle. April (.
LonI'on. April -;. p. tn.-Lord
Hoi nt tt hns telegraphed the follow
ing message tn the War OlV.ce:
I1MiK.vr0NTr.iN. April -". Dew-
ctsdorp was occupied by Chernisidc
without opposition at V:Vt this morn- made
IioxnoN. April 2o. 4:o7 p. m. Tin-
War Office has received the follow
ing dispatch from f.rd Roberts:
B1.01 AiroNTi ix. April '2'i. l'oh -
Carc.v's division reached Hoolcko
yesterday evening without casualties.
The advance was covered by cavuh .,
ii'd horse artillery, which drove back
the enemy with heavy losses, then
lead being left on tint ground. Th
m muted troop halted for the night
at fiootf. .item, and nt :" this Morn
ing were crossing the Modder river
at Valsbank. in aecord.ime with my
instruetions to French to cndeavoi
to place himself I'strUle the eneinvV
line of retreat, r rench s arrtvii
near the Modder evidently, however.
M-i's. who evacuate!
strong portion nei.r IJewet.-.-
dorp (luring toe nigiu. aim u win
(K'cupied by C'herinsides divisionthis
morning. The mounted mfantrj,
under lan Haioiltor, drove the cm
my on the kopjes in the neighlmi
In ml of the waterworks wlthoi1
iualth'3 on our side.
IlEttifiiKti. Ca'oe Colouv. luesde.v.
pril H is reported that ti
liritUh have occupied Wcpcner aftei
heavv ngtitin;;. it is uiso saui 111111
tlie B.Hrs are unable to i-scape t
the north and that great develop
meats are expected.
Ai.i-.vai. North. Tuesd-.y, April 21
It is reported that tiring has bee:
heui'il between .vstron 1111:1. ci) -
nrr. and it is believed that CJencral.-
Brabiint and Hart are in eontai
with the enemy. The Boers are s
numerous that it took them twod 'ys
t cross the Caledon river at IIn
Washinotox, April The e n
The bark, Haydn-Brown will take
passengers to tne Loa.st. Uir
t'tibins oli'er all the comforts of
home. She will snil alxiut May
Applic.iliiu for puage should bt
owned formerly by W. A. Yeats, and
is conducting the some. No respon
sibility will be nss'umed by under
signed for any debts contracted by
said restaurant prior toMar. 31. 1000.
at the otlice of the
KAianuI Rau.koad Co.
Matt. McCaxn PnopniEToa
IN TH F. C.'IJtcriT COURT OV SK.C'OND
fi:c.-i:rr, Hawaiian islands.
In fv i:.tnir of A'.nln , 1. t of Kuliiilu', Muni,
liltivOtste. Herm-e J. W. Kuhin, J.
On n-.Hllii iinJ HHub tlio lY'tltion of Ten A wj rjn & OCOtCll WntSiCjy.
i uuir in , nii.iKU. ... )' .1 .. 11 ii ilin inni mikiitH
'f Kuiinln!, :.l tll"i1 Inc.it:t r.t Ktihului nu
liii'Wtli it.ty of Vlirir , A. II. W.t li-uvlt.K
rn(h'r:v iu hr Hr.w iii.ei Ulumls u.".',.M.s;;ry t
li ; ilnliiisi.T. il upon, nii't pn.yi'. Hint LtMUTi
f AflmliilMTr.itlou ii-'.sni to the suLI Tcnif Wuuu.
p '! (llo'HT Il-Tl'l'i:
IT tft OUUKKFIJ Unit Fridiiy, thu lHth ilivv of
Muy. A. D. UHi. nt KIo-cWk.'I A. M , im miM hi rc-
l.y Is e.ii oliiti;'! for 'iH':.rini? wild lYtttlon In thu
t:.iirr.rwni . ihir. i,.ti-i u . r..ituUu nt which
tini"aii(t pliu'r nil in'r.-x)nHt.om.'orncil:iniiyluppriir
11 nl ,,,.' f.iu- . 'f iiuy 1 11 ' v ln.v . .v.iy suit. IV-
tMUmshoulil u t hogiMiili'd.
wii'lu:;. , .1,11 I, ;iil .!!!, lIMi.
J!y Hi 1 C ii '..
Ja.. N. K. KEOt.A,
Beer, Ale Wine-
zh ice toja linnKs.
Lahaino, Maui II. I,
Apply to d WAn;vni?TH
Ths Msi'ciful Ma i
Rcgnrdetli the Life
of Ili-s Bcsst.
f, ivnm.n reiuu'i. fill tlie llaWUIIll
Sch. Mctha Nelson, Rice, from Kihei G:,V0I.nln(1Rt bm VM lv;;m.d to
Al-ll -'S- - the Senate.
Sch. S. T. Alexander. Iosen. from
S; s MiAxeiHco. .t-r. . lneie
Tacoma April 20.
learned that many of them had not Sl.j, 0lga, Johnsen, from Newcastle Tyrolese who escj.p.vl from the Do
shown up, and upon investigation,
he found that thev were walking to
heir work, after having missed the
train. Meeting them at some dis
tance from their work at (5,31), he
took their numbers and order them
to go to the ollice and report to him
there. There were about 100 in the
gang. Instead of reporting at the
office, they gathered near Camp One
and sent out runners to all the con
tract bborers on the plantation or
dering them to quit work. Those
who wero not willing to do so were
comnclled by threats to quit work
and join the strikers. A committee
of strikers were sent to the pump at
returns! Camp 3 to get the Japanese there.
A number 01 California miners under
tlie ehararo of ilr. bunny were 111
charge of the work at Camp 3 pump,
and when the strikers appeared and
asked for the pump Japanese who
were working there, Mr. Sunney
nuietly took the ringleader by tlie
Wailuku merchants and other are slack of his trousers and fired him out,
comnlaiairL' of tho difficulty ex- with a parting kick as a warning to
perienced in getting goods shipped stay away.
from Honolulu. The boats are not I The alarm was given to tlie mam
at present able to handle tho rush body of Japanese who at once .start
ed to the scene, where the Califor
nia had prepared a real warm
reception for them. By this time
the strike was in full swing, and all
the Japanese on the plantation, .near
ly 500, were moving toward Camp 3,
Mr. Pogue. tho manager, with tlie
assistance of his lunas stopped the
Charles Lennox of the Spreckels
ville Plantation acted as interpreter
this week during tho trial if the
.striking Japanese, and Ills work gave
en-tiro satisfaction b;)t!i to tho Court
and tliL Japanese,
Tlie Japanese of tho Wailuku platv Japanese and held them while a mos-
tation will not be very likely to strike sage was sent to Sheriff Baldwin,
us there are too many men waiting who soon arrived with a posso of
to take their places tin the plantation I police officers and took the Japanese
winie tneir little unpleasantnesses m charge. They were at once
Brk. Mary Winkelman, Captain
Benneeke, 15J days from Greys
Harbor. Lumber Kihei May 4th-
Stnt r Maui, from Honolulu Apr. HO
Stmr Lehiut, Dower from Honolulu
Sch Glga, Johnsen, (i2 days from
Newcastle with co;d to H. C. S. Co.
Stn.r M.iui for Hana Apr. 30.
Stmr Lehua for Olowalu and Honolulu
Ship Emily F. Whitney, for S. F.
with 32000 bags sugar May 4.
Sch Metha Nelson for S. F. with
llOOii bags sugar & Sundries
Bark Havdu Brown for S. F. with
Sugar and passengers,
. Vessels Expected.
Stmr. Maui, from Ha'na, May 4.
Stmr. Lehua, from Honolulu May 4,
Bark Carrolton, from Newcastle,
Bark S. D. Carlton, fro.n Honolulu,
in tow of Claudine, May Oth.
Honolulu Post Office Time Table.
DATS S.UIfi " FROM
May " America Maru, lokohaina
are being adjusted.
M. L To-ker, ofjWaikapu.will take
a string of Billy Coruwell's racing
stick to Honolulu on Saturday to
t ike part iu the June races. From
brought to ailuuu, where charges
of refusing 'obedience to tlie lawful
commands of tho plantation were
filed against thOrn. This was some-
what of a surprise to them because
th-'re, the stable will p-.-obably go tj they dout do that way at Lahaina and
Australia San Francisco
Rio de Janeiro, San Frisco
City of Peking, Yokohama
Miowera, Victo.ia, B. C
Coptic, San Francisco
Alameda, San Francisco
America Maru, San Frisco
Hongkong Murih Y'hama
Hilo fot' the July races.
Mr. B nso:i of the L. B. Kerr Co,,
L'tl, is visithig Maui this week in
th interests of his firm. This ener.
g "tic Company has established u
braa"h house in Hilo, ai.d it is possi-
bio that they may establish anotliu
Last week, we inadvertently stated
f it the Paia central telephone (fr'ci
was to b mive l tt Wailuku. We
learn t'aut j ichis not thy vase. A
Olowalu, with striking Japs.
When brought into court, about
i30 of tho Japs, plead guilty and
were returned to work. An equal
number who plead not guilty were
tried and found guilty us charged,
and were thereupon ordered to re
turn to work. They emphatically
refused to do so, and were ordered
to be imprisoned at hard labor till
they would consent to return to work
on the plantation. On Thursday
evening these men, who had spent
City of Peking, San Frisco Compos-id entirely of Mohummcdai.s.
5 America Maiu, San Frisco
0 Aorangi, Victoria, B. C.
10 Rio de Janeiro, Yokohama
have found asylums in this city, and
there is a possibility of a legal fight
before it is decided whether they arc
to remain or are 1 1 be seat l a :k l
their own country.
Just what the legal status of t..
immigrants is is a question. They can
not beextnuiitotl, for they have com
mitted r.o crliito either in thi
country or their own, They c:i'
not be sent oa to lionoiuiu, lor 11. s
country does not recognize the cor.
tract that requires their preset ce
there. The only s ilution of their
case from me siunupniiu cu un
Govtrnme it seems to be to send
them back to Austria on the grounti
that they are not entitled to remain
in this country under t.ie h:nni ': u-
Washington'. April Z . llie c.ver-
whelming manifestation of sentiment
in the House in favor of passing tin
Nicaragua canal bill lias so impressed
the President and the mnWity if
tlie nartv leaders that thcV 1 uvc
withdrawn opiWttioa t consid- ra
tion of tlie Hepburn bill itt this
session. This was prove! tola
when ucprcseniauvo jaepouin,
Chairman of the Interstate and For
eign Commerce Co.nmittH' us' cd
for unanimous consent to have a day
set for the consideration of tic bill,
and no one, not even Represen't tive
Burton of Ohio, who has bci timid
persistent in fighting tl o cinu i pro
ject objected to the selection of May
1st and 2nd for thu debate on tho
Co.nstaxtinoI'I.k,' April 22. The
Porte has replied to the Amcric.'.n
demands, stating that Turkey will
coinitensate American missionaries
under the same conditions us '.n the
case of other foreign subjects,
Wasiunutox, Apr, 22. At a late
hour tonight the State Department
had not received official advice fr. in
the representative ut Constantinople
in regard to the claims.
The Ottoman courts are, of cour
J he undersigned begs leave to in
form his friends and the. public that
he is in tlie business of horse dentistry,
rasping or shaping horses' teeth
which have become abnormal in shape.
I have jus.t received a fine class ol
instrument from tlie East for. this
work and guarantee satisfacti in in
all work. Horseaacn understand and
practice this treatment. I do busi
ness on the "no euro, no pay" prin
ciple. Will examine free of charge
and leave owner to examine and see
if the work is needed.
noted horseman savs: "The
first thing I do with a colt whose
speed I wish to develop is to have 0.
veterinary dentist examine his teeth,
for if his teeth are not all right he
will not come up and take a good,
strong hold of the tat. llns l
oualiv true of saddle, driving and
win',.- horses, unci mutes.
J. ne only etilierence between mj
work and that of a veterinrry dentisl
is that where he charges $5 I 011I3
charge 2.."i v.ith a slight reduction
for a number (f ur.imals.
C. B. MILES.
Wailuku, March 21. 1000.
R. R CO,
Acd Dealers In
Wilder S. S. Co
.Terminals at Wailuku, 1
TELEPHONE No. 1
SHOP & CO
t-? An Invoice of Really
Excellent Spars from
30 to GO feet lon.
Straight; free from Knots.
R. R. Co.
i r 1 T1 nH
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit Issued
available in a J tha princVtl.
cities of tho world.
Special attention given
t the business entrusted tt t
by our friends of .the ot'ic
islands, eithi r a deKtit, cc
lections, insula ice or leepues
Australia, San Francisco
Gaelic, San Francisco
Alameda, Colonies .
Mariposa, San FratvLsco
Aincrioa Maru, Yokohama
Jiongkouy Iaruk San Fr.
They meet in secret and their method
of m-etcedure ure such that no ci I-
MakI nation woull submit to tin-in
It would not take them long to
throw tho case of a Ciirh-tian out
of court, and t-t allow u h courts to
deciclo claims of missionaries weld
liy instruction of the Haloakula
Iiime h Co , 1 will sell at Public
Auction, ut Paia, Maul, on
SATURDAY, MAY 12th 1000,
beginning ut 2 o'clock P. M.,
TiiiiiTY fivk (:;:) HEAD OF
HOUSES, MARES AND COLTS;
vnne broken to Harness, kmirle or
double. S; m ne broken to sud.l'e
Sale will t ike place at the Cattle
pen adjoining the Plantation Mill.
TERMS CASH . G., Hoss
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HOLE AOENTS FOB
Kkvapoo Indian SAGWA
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u m SiLVE
" WORM KilL'.
HEALY A HTGELOW,
Mh!ii fiflice and permanent atMr
( r. li i i k'1 ami Hamilton i.
cw II i veil, Conn.
:or ale by all
Leading Stores and DpujIkI