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Jury term begins next Wednesday.
The democrats of Wailuku htivc
called a maws meeting at Wniluku
Court, house, oil Tuesday evening.
.Kahului is still t.rpwded with in
coming vessels, sew nil of which are
lying in . the oiling, waiting their
turn to unload.
Kinder & Beach are Vept very
busy . making connections between
the water mains mvl private resi
dences. Every body wants pure
. The News boys have handled a
largo amount of job work this week,
,which will account ,for any little
oversights which may appear in
,. The Maui delegates to the Ha
waiian Republican Convention at
Honolulu ,1-eturnod this morning.
They rcpot-t the weather very hot
John Kinnev. in charjre . of
prison labor on; the . public roads
and streets, is doing sc excellent
.and much needed ..work in the way
of improving the Wailuku streets.
Hon. A. N. Kepojl-'ai has been
selected a delegate to ,the National
Republican Convention. Another
good man .gone to IHtitoilelphia. (In
dependent will please not copy this
P. iJ. Maeonachie. trove'lingf sales
man for Theo. II. Davis & Co.,
reached Wniluku this morning from
Hawaii., and. will remain.,' Maui for
a week, He reports,. Jijtensely hot
weather in the rainy city.
, t .-. . .
:See Hoffmann. Vetlcson's new
ad, this week. In. addition to the
lines of goods mentioned in the
ad., they carry, the jmjs.t.. compile
stock of gents', ladies' and children's
shoes in Wailuku. Call and see.
Notwithstanding the plentiful rains
on the pasture lauds of ,Maul, the
beef which is sold iii th markets in
Wajluku is simply atrocious. It is
ti be, hoped that the ..range beeves
willlsoon get fat enough to make a
shadow at least.
. . . . J
, ;Rev. W. Ault of Lalnuna, wfiqf has
just returned from a vjLsit to- Raw'aii,
tame over to Wailuku ysfft vday.
He will eondue b divine s.vlee at
the Anglican Church.. .Main St.,
.Wailuku .tomorrow morning at elev
en o.'eloek, A. M.
i : We regret to announce that John
Uu, one of the typos on the Nkws.
has severed his connectum with the
paper. John was a very faithfiil
and reliable young man, a attorn,
in. fact for young Hawaiian, and
.:U ,1.-. ...nil tt'lwin'f Iia 'trnnti
... . k vl
(Sheriff Baldwin and ; Judge J, W.
Kulua' have been - examining the
lao Valley roads with, the view, if
practicable, of extending a branch
r&au froni Market ( street on the
AVaihee-side, up to , connect with
the.. -present road r mining up the
valley; , The two roads, will meet
just above the first crossing.
Certain -portion, of the fourth
page, this, week, will have, a . some
what familial look to the t'outtant
readers of the Nfcis., ''What tan
you do?"" . The Dora Dluhin has for,
weeks ; been lying in KahUlu! bayy
waiting to unload, and on : board
of her is the iong.,tpeet'd- fourth
. page matter. ThfeKcontinual delay
is making us gray headed. ( j
On hut Saturday," night,.. Judge
aad Mrs. W.. A. McKay .entertained
quite a number of guests at a euchre
party. The beautiful i .grounds and
the lanai were- lit up with Chinese
1:1 litems, . producing , ,b- real fairy
land appearance. After the games
were concluded and . the. prizes
distributed, the guests were' treated
to an-elegant supper. . ,
- Wi.rli on the reservoir. is- b't'ing
pushed rapidly, and Mr. Field .yho
is in charge of the work, 1s; making
the dirt fly. , He says .that the hole
I now big enough to bury the , whole
hi Wailuku. but as a mutter .of fact
there are but few . Wiahikaiix hu
should bo buried pint yet. Most of
them are rjuito alive and aro keep,
fng right up with the progressive
times which have c.tme to us.
Titos: M-Tighe, of McFarlar.c &
Co., Honolulu, is in Vaildku this
week, ostensibly to superintend the
opening ceremonies .of the new
Wailuku silo in, opposite the Wai
luku depot today but his real object
in coming over rt'as to enjoy the
baliny air of Wailuku and the gener
ous hospitality of . Shrader's ' New
Hotel for a fiw days.
i, Mr.John T. Aluli will soon remove
the haeks on Market street,
opposite .the new building being
erected by Judge Kcpoikvii, npd ad
joining the dental parlors, of Dr.
Boote. A tvo story .colTee saloon
will be erected on the site, which
will be occ upied, by All Kip, one of
the partners in tho unfortunate
Sam Sing restaurant in Kahuhii,
where the plague first uppeared.
Owing to the fact that several
of the island steamers, wjll leave
Maui for Honolulu on Friday next,
in order to give the Maui people a
chance to attend ihc races in Honov
lulu, the Grand Concert' of tlie
Wailuku public school will be held
on Thursday evening, June 7th,
instead of on Friday, the 8th, as
was Crst intended. T'ekets printed
and .'old for the 8th will be, good for
the 7th. Don't forget the change
of date, and tell , your neighbors
about ;t, for no one should miss
attending the entertainment
The foundations are laid and the
framework is erected for a business
block owned and crcc.tcdby Hon. A.
N. Kepoikai. or his ,lot at the
corner of Main and Market street.
The building will have a frontage of
HO ft. on Market, street and 82 ft.
on Main street. The Corner will be
occtipiod by Ijovejoy & Co. as a
wholesale liquor house. Mori, a
fonder .prominent Japanese . mei
chart c-f Kahului, will occupy the
opposite, end of the building as a
store. The Maui Labor Bureau will
also have offices in . the building.
Mr. Ikuwa a, Hawaiian has the
contract .for the construction of
Wailuku School Concert.
A grand concert will be given by
the 'W ailuku Public School on Thurs
day June 7th,: .coinmencing at 7:30
P, M. This promises' to b6 one of the
best entertainments that Wailuku
has had for many years.
iuiss A ape, tne special musio
teacher, has spared uo pains to
have tho several classes, thoroughly
drilled on choice selections, including
solos, concert singing . and tableaux,
to say nothing of Ten. Little Sun
flowers and the Broom Brigade.
Don." t miss seeing this entertainment,
for it will, be a jolly treat both to
the old fclks.aitd the children.
The proceeds of the entertainment
will be gq to pay for a piano for
The concert given- for the btriefit
of the t Lurch iat. Huelo, on the uven-'
ing of May.lWth; was a success as
regards Members, merit and receipts.
The Sunday schoojs, of Keanae,
Ilaiku, Keokea aud Huelo were rep
pouted, jmoj iveoKea euro res
ponded to many encores, and the
liawaiians deserve muoh crodil; for
the general excallenee of the pro'ran'j
Bread, oeke and coffee were served
at the i lories - . . .
,-,The . sufhool-lio'jso. ! and teacher's
cottage we.ro thrown open for the
use of vjsitov for whose comfort
every... provision hud been made.
During the . night tho rain flooded
.the church, giving . proof positive
of the imperative need, for repairs,
The Hoike on Sunday wus so good
throughout that tho judges were
umiblp to give first place to any
earn- school. The contribution from
the Huelo Sunday school was ."0.0'0.
The proceeds from the concert were
flli.OO and a like amount from the
Hoike, the expenses not exceeding
4.0't. A new roof and other re
pairs are to be added at once,
With tho exception of five, the
Government school at Huelo, of
.")0 pupils, are all Huwaiians. Tho
school building are in good repairs,
but old. The skill of the. teacher in
the uko of cambric, pictures aud
lauhala has made the school rooms
quite attractioe. The grounds sur
rounding the school are beautifully
kept and look quitrvhomelik-o."
It is to be regretted that Huelo
school is to lose the services ttf "so
valuable a teacher, :f(U' our .(Tktrict
schools need such inci j whaare able
and willing to do. work' s;uch as Is
being done at IIu ;lo,
London, May 20. It is reported
that the Pretoria Government has
decided to sue Lord Roberts for
peace. Whjlenoconfirmalion of this
r.nnor is at hand, it is generally
VoMvskvst. May 13. The large
tunnel nt Laing's Neck, 2.213 feet
long and affording the only means of
railway communication between Nata
and the Transvaal has been com
pletely destroyed by the Boers, who
blew it up with dynamite.
Puf.toiua, May 18. It ..was of
Rcially announced today that whin
the laagers and forts around Mafe
king had been severely bombarded,
the siege was abandoned, a British
force from the S'.-ith taking posses
sion of the place.
S.vn Francisco, May.lit The
Board of Health yeste day adopted
the following resolution.
'Resolved, That it is the sense of
this Board that bubonic plague
exists .in the City and County of San
All tho large Chinese stores are
closed on account of the attempt of
the Board of Health to inoculate tin
The Seh. Eureka arrived oil port
on May 30th aud went on an an
chorage off Lahaina.
The Carroll ton and Emily Reed
are both anchored off port waiting
for a berth in the harbor. .The form
er will probably come in ou Sunday
morning.. , ,ot. -,. I v
The Schooner : S. C. Holmes was
sighted oft port on Thursday morning
She sailed on to Kaunakakai to dis
charge. a part of her cargo, then
she will return to Kahuhii
The Dora Bluluri has o'ne of the
new boilers for Sprcckelsville new
mill oa her deck. It weighs about
Native ftaherriien Caught a huge
shark in their net. las b , Tuesday
morning; The, m'qiislcrt. its', .said to
have been' longer, than thoir:;4noe,
but it wasT safely landed and wafi later
on cut up and" the flesh w as sold to
Vessels" Irt Port Kahului.
May 12. Bark Carrol ton, Jones coal,
(2 days from Newcastle.
May 12. Bark Dora Bluhm, Smith
yi'n cargo, 17 days from S. 'F1
Seh Olga, Johnson, 02 days from
Newcastle with coal to H. C. S. Co.
fSch.'Ottilie Fiord, Bosch, 18 days
from Aberdeen, Grays Harbor
with lumber, May 7.
Seh, Emma Claudine, Nielsen, from
Aberbeen, Mtfy 8.
SehrA .OttilJe, . Frd Basch from
Aberdeen, May 7 .
Ship S. D. ClaM'toti, Amcsbury, from
Honolulu May 9. .
Ship Emiiy Reed, Baker, from
Tacoma May 30.
Ship Emily Reed, G. A. Baker, 22
days from tfaeoma with 2,340
tons til coal May 30 J f '.
Str. Claudijije, McDonald, from Ho
nolulu1 May 3b f,
r-.kihe!.". ... '
Seh llelen Kunbali; HansCi!; 1 days
from Eureka w,ith lumber.'
Seh Defender, Hellquist, 15 days
from San Francisco
Sch S. T, Alexander, Ipsen, fcr :San
Francirfeo, with 20,(130 bags of
sugar and sundries May 30. ' !
Str Claudine, McDonald, for liana
n . . Vessels Expected.
Sih Eur3ka; from Tacoma wh
SchS.'C. Holmes, from Tacoirla
; With lumber.
Ship Luzon, from Honolulu in tow of
steamer Hclene. " '
Sell Robert Searlo, from Newcastle
Sch Defender, from Kihei to
load sugar ,-..
Ship S. D. Carlton for San Francisco
about June 4. ' ' 1 '
Si h O'ttilje Mord for San Francisco
about June 4. i
Str Claudine for Honolulu, about
FOLRTtENtH ANNUAL lrftEriNli
lliiiii Itaaii! Anion
3t Spreckcls' Park, Kahului,
JON . .
Wedensday, JULY 4th, MO.
CnV Races to commence ut 10 o'clock
a. m. sharp.
First: BICYCLE RACE.
One mile dash, ,free for nil Maui
Cyclists, entries to close 10
minutes before Race, $2."). 00
Gold Medal, entrance fee $2.50.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
Half Mile Dash, for Maiden Ponies
14 hands and under, Purse
Third: TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best 2 in 3. three
minute class, for all Maui horses,
Fourth : R UNNING RACE.
Three-Fourth Mile Dash, free for
all Hawaiian bred horses, Purse'
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One-Fourth Mile .' Dash, free for
Maui bred .Por-lcavel 1 hands and
under, Purse $2.',00.,
Six th : TROTTt NG AND PACING
TO HARNESS. ,
One Mile Heats, best 1 2.-in 3. for
all Maui Maiden horses, Purse
Seventh: RUNNING RACE, COR-
One Mile Dash, free for all horses,
Members of the Association to
ride, Purse, $10.00 Gold Medal,
i I . t .' . . t t
Eighth: MULE. RACE, RUNNING
RACE. ' s'- ?'' SMl.jjk.
One Mile DaJi, Pui'sS iaO.i..
Ninth: FOOT RACE.
100 Yards Dash, entries to close
10 minutes befdre the race,
Purse $10. 00.. .
Tenth: TROTTING AND PACING
TO HARNESS. Reel.
One-Half Milo-tHeais; best 2 in 3,
for Maiil Ponies. 14 hands and
under, Purse-$25. 00.
EtieyeHth:tfRpN.lNIG RAC (8.
One Half IviUe and.1' Repeat, free
for all, Purse $5000.
All Entries are to be made with
the Secretary before 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, J une,21Uh, 1900. Entrance
fee to be 10 per cent;, of the purse un
less otherwise spumed.
Ail Races are lb be run or trotted
under the rules of the Maiii Racing
Asfcoriationv i , '-,, :
All Hoes ai'o- ONiitt tect :to start
unless vSlhdrUn. by 12 o'clock ncxni
General;.: AdmWio" ; .ftOf-cenlis.
Grdnd Stond -(psti:a). .?.50 & 1.0D
Quarter Stretch iJiidjres. . . . 2.50
Free track to ll tolnci'a.
Per Order of Executive Committee
Secretary Maui Racing Association:
DemoJratic Atss Convehtlon
To tho Democrats of the Island
Grbeting, Yfiu will please
tako notice that a Slass Convention
of the meiilbers of thf Deihifcratic
Party of the Island of Alaui will be
held hi Wailuku! Maui, on Tuesd-.iv
June 5th; liltiO, .at 7 o'doek P.M.?
at the Court house," for4 the purpose
of permanently drganh'ing the purl'
and-also to select IS delegates to
atteWd ;the Dcnioc-ratic Territorial
Convention trf be held in Honolulu,
Oatiu, oh Jhiio 11th. l'.lOO:
.-iA'lP Eotfrtei-'ats' of Maui and all
rlij'rii 'A dynijiOthy with tho prin
c'ipL'S cf llii) Denioc-ratic .lary are
earnestly rtquested td filltend.
Ja.vks L. Coke
' 1 Dr. W. R. Boote
Ielnberf jrlf tho Democratic Com
mit t?cf T .venty-One.
Irt the MAUI NEWS
0 refer You i
Hit. undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Anting deceased Intestate,
late of Kahului, Maui, .notice is
hereby given to all persons having
claims against said estate to present
them, duly authenticated, to the un
dersigned within six months from dale
hereof, or they will be forever bar
red. 'AH persons indebted to saiil
estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to me at the olliee
of Hons & Coke, Wailuku. Maui.
Administ rater of the Estate, of Amflig
Wniluku, Maui, May l!th. I'.IOO.
Free Trip to Son Franclsca
For Hawaii Teachers.
The "Evenino Bi'U.etin" of Ho
nolulu offers a delightful vacation
trip to the Pacific Coast and return,
to the school teacher wlto shall be
declared by popular vote to be the I
most popular teacher of llie Ha
waiian Islands. The votes which
appear in each issue of the "Bulletin"
should be cut out and sent to the
Bulletin"' oflice whwo thev are
counted each week, and the result
The liv.ines of the teachers do not
appear in thp pi-perbut a list of
names ecrrcspon(li"g with the count- j
cd numbers may be obtained on j
application to the office.
lite old standby, the Australia,
which can always be depended, on
nlasrue or no TtlaL'uc. territorial law
or no territorial law, is the ship that
will carry the fortunate teacher who
secures the prize on her well de
served outing trip. Everyone knows
the Australia and though she does
roll just a little bit. the food you get
is so good it simply has to stay down.
The genial captain and purser will
undoubtedly do all in their power
to make the trip a delightful time
long to be remembered by the teach
er who is declared the most popular
of the Islands. The return ticket
will be good for four months and the
visit at the Coast will be limited in
time only by the desires of the
If you want to give one of your
teacher friends one of the most
pleasant summers they have every
enjoyed just Cut out tho votes which
appear in the upper right hand
corner of this page in each issue
and deposit them in the ballot box
at the Bulletin office. If you are
not satisfied with this slow way of
bringing her, to' the trout why then
subscribe for the Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribo; You will
get all the! licwi and tho most cor
rect news and get it all: the time,
and in addition yoti will' he given
votes to cust fdr your favorite teach
er as follows, accdrding to the term
of j-our subscription!
1 MONTH... 40 votes
3 MONTHS...... 150 "
(i MONTHS .H.TKf "
1 YEAR;;; ;,;:. 750 "
Subscriptions are 75 cents a month
or $8 a year in advance;
Till Jew Morning Paper,
Wirt b'6 issued on or about Jane
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Rcybtri Grieve Publishing Co;n
punyi LtW.," il8 Merchant St.
Per MWnth, delivered by mall or
'dfirrlr anywhere in Ha
sifl. .....$ .,7.
Pe Quarter 2.00
P'Yekf. .'.....,.. 8.00
Pj aille Invariably In advance.
Subcriptio'ns mid advertisments
for THE HQXLULU REPUBLI
CAN, daily! pr weekly editions, will
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from and after this date. '
For Advcrtisng RiliJes apply' -J
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ilJht;free fiom Knots.
HULUI R. R. Co.
ii r. n li
Applications for tapping the water
mains of the Wailu'.;u System W tlw
domestic use will b" received by J'as.
T. Taylor.. at olliee 01 Hotis & Coke,
Jas. T. Jaylok.
f ,,.! , Engineer.
Wailuku, Maul.. M: y lfi'ih. l!!0.
NOTICE. TU i;nd.rigi!ed has
purchased the Laiminn Restaurnnt :
(Swned formerly by , A, Yeats. '
is conducting the same. No resjn
sibility will lie assumed by under
signed for ,iy del its ci hi tract ed by
said restaurant prior to Mar. 31, 1!I0(),
Matt.., McCan.v PinrniETon
American & Scotch Whi'f.keyl '
BfeF; AleND Wine J
Ice Coli Drinks., "
Lahaina, s - Maui H. I; t
R: R. CO,
Aud Dealers In
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Terminalte at Wailuku,
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