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Circuit Court hi session this veil-:.
Mr. KtaiTord Ileupy s)f Lanai
W. I. Hall, of the Wailuku Sjilo.ni.
is recovering slowly, but is still
TJio next isue of tin News, will
published ui Maui County, Territory
Among the ''Foreign' jur;
town tills week, we not ice quite a
number of familhr faces.
Wi'.lliam Edmonds of tlie Kabului
Store is in Honolulu this week
attending' tbc Hawaiian convention.
HlIsuioks in the Circuit Court has
been rushed 'this week, in order to
finish the calendar- before tho 14th.
The News comes out late today,
on account of . dare wo say
it? the delay In unloading the
The pupils of the "Vfailuku school
i idulg l in a nature s.tit'ty luau in
Iao valley on Friday. They had
fairly earned it.
A schedule of rates lias been
prepared for the Wailuku & Kabului
water works, and is under considera
tion by tho powers that. be.
Judge Carl Smith of Hilo spent
tho week in Wailuku, hearing cases
during the jury term, in which
Judge Kalua is disqualified.
Deputy Attorney General Dole
and Attorneys Wilder, Johnson and
Kaneakua of Honolulu are attend
ing Court in Wailuku this week.
Our job press patrons are requested
to be pa tieut a lit tie longer. We have
a large stock of job paper on board
the Dora BU.hni which is now un
loading, and, hope to have it here in
a few days.
Wailuku will score its first whole
sale establishment next week. It
is to be regroted that it should
happen to be a liquor store instead
of one more useful and needed.
However, the others will follow soon.
Mr. Morris Rosenbledt of Honolulu
will arrive in Wailuku next week to
td,k.; e!i ifgo of Liv,joy& Co.'s new
branch wholesale liquor house, which
will be located in the new building
on the corner of Market and Main
M 4it.t'0(i si.
'Senator A. Ho'cfcliisr manager
Nahiku and K. S. Gjerdrum manager
of liana plantation, caire oven on
t'.ia Claudine on Wednesday from
Honolulu, and stopped off in Wai
luku several hours to watch us
gVOW. - A
h grand luau id being prepared
for all and sundry American citiaens
0:1 the fourteenth. It will be given
up in Iao Valley and all who value
the right of suffrage are expected to
tan Ibeiv with their wives and
From present indications, there
seems to be no doubt but that a
special session of the legislature will
be culled a; once. Several gentle
men on Maui have been written to
by the authorities asking them to
serve on the election boards. .
Rapid progress U being made on
the Kahulu: cud of tho water works,
under the immediate supervision of
M". Robinson. The pipe laying will
noon bo completed, by which time
everything will bo ready at the uppor
end to turn on tho water at onco.
Mr. Thos. MeTighc, of McFarlane
vt Co, Honolulu, successfully launched
the new Wailuku Saloon, and left for
Honolulu yesterday afternoon on the
Claudine. Jo. ( Silva will dispense
liquid hospitalities at the saloon
pending the recovery of Mr. Hall.
Manager Meyers of Hamoa plan
tation passed through Wailuku yes
terday for Labama, where ho will
take the steamer for Honolulu. He
did not confide his business to the
News man, but it Is said that lib will
not return to Hamoa, alone. The
Hainoa mill has closed its run for the
seasion, with a total of 2113 tons of
Li. IJarkhausen, of Kipahulu
passed through Wailuku yesterday
to take th-position ol manager of
the Pioneer plantation at Lahaiua,
superseding Capt. Ahlborn who goes
to Germany. I Mr. Barkhausen will
prove to bethe right than for the
right place and will do no less honor
to Lahaina as a citizen, than, to the
I'ioncer plantation as a manager.
Today, Juae !, is a red letter day
in Wailuku. This, morning the water
was turned on at the head of tho
Wailuku water system and flowed
freely to the blow-off near Judge
Kalu;.'s place. The blow-off will be
closed this afternoon and the water
will be allowed 0 (J.y through the
whole length of the pipes for u day
or so in order to sluice out the pii;'es.
All the Maui people who desire to
attend the races at Hilo will have a
chance to do so cheaply and with no
loss of time. The Claudine will leave
Honolulu on Monday, July 2. at 5 p.
111.. and if 20 tickets at $12.."tl each
are sold to Maui people, she will go
on to Hilo, reaching thero early on
the morning of the fourth, and.
leaving at midnight for Maui, will
arrive at Kaliului on Friday.
Mr. Hughes, Superintendent of car
((instruction for the Oahu R. R. Co..
hits been on Maui this week hxikiug
after business. He has just completed
some coal and sugar scows for the
Pioneer Mill Co. at Lahaina, and
also some cars for the Kabului R. R.
Co.. and returned to, Honolulu on
Thursday evening with n fresh lot of
orders. Mr. Hughes is the gentleman
who defeated Mr. L. A. Thurijton at
the republican primaries in Honolulu.
Deputy Attorney General Dole
made a loud roar at the District
Magistrate of Wailuku for not
having furnished the office of the
Attorney General with transcripts
of evidence in the appeal criminal
cases. The remissness of some of
these outside District Magistrates
in the matter of neglecting their
obvious duties is simply exasperat
ing and ill is to, be hoped that the
warming which the Deputy Attorney
General atliniuistered will, to quote
him, "prevent Us, happening again."
Manager Wells, (to Manager Low
rie:) "Who is. your favorite author?"
Manager Lowrie, (to Manager
"Hall Caine, my boy."
Wailuku School Entertainment
The Wailuku School Concert was
a brilliant success, both as an eii
tertaimr.ent and financial success.
Under Miss Nape's excellent training,
ably assisted by Mrs. Heapy and
Mr. John A. Moore, the principal of
the School, the children gave an c:i
tertainmeut which really surprised
as well as hugely delighted the
audience with which the hall was
Where there was so much that de
served praise, it would be unfair to
try to single out any special feature
of the entertainment for special
mention. A delightful feature of the
affairs was the vocal and instrumental
music contributed by the talent of
Wailuku. The tableaux also, in which
some of the grown folks of Wailuku
kindly assisted, was a marked series
Everything from the opening
chorus to the closing "Evening
Prayer",' specially including the
"Ten Little Sunflowers," the "Broom
Brigade" and the "Goddess of
Liberty," went off charmingly, with
out one hitch to mar the effect of tho
Many visitors from abroad were
present, and some of them were heard
to express surprise that the Wailuku
school could give so excellent an en
tertainment. The program, which
was a remarkably well arranged one,
is necessarily omitted, but copies of it
would prove helpful to other school
Intending to give entertainments.
On Tuesday evening a number of
the citizens of Maui met at the
Wailuku Court House to sleect dele
gates to atteud the Hawaiian
Democratic Convention at Honolulu.
J. L. Coke was chosen as chairman,
and Dr. W. R. Booto as secretary.
Mr. Coke briefly stated tho purpose
of tho meeting, and in a few happily
choseri sentences outlined the scope,
reason and need of a democratic party
on the Hawaiian Islands.
The regular business of the meeting
was then taken up, and the following
delegates were chosen: F. W. Hay
selden, J. L. Coke, W. R. Boote,
Claude Zeller, Chus. Dudoit, D. Quill
. Hoffmann, J. Silva, A. do Rego,
T. Stack, M. Ross, H. Eldredge,
D. P. Eldredge, W. Goodness,
J. Richardson, W. H. Cornwell,
C. G reen and Win. White.
After the transaction of the reg
ular business, Mr. Buh was called
on and proceeded to entertain the
aumene witu a oner address m
English, followed by more extended
remarks in Hawaiian, relative to the
creed of tho democratic party,
Your- business, in tbe
The second pump of the ?Jaunaloi
Plantation was expected to start up
011 Thursday. This is the 20(1 ft. pump.
The one recently referred to in this
paper was the 50 ft. pump, which
yields (i.OOO.000 gallons every 21 hrs.
The vater is exceedingly good w
is as good now as when the pump
started up. several weeks ago.
Credit iv due to the careful super
vision ol.J, II. Castle, the represent
ative of the Risdon Iron Works, ar.d
and to V, 1 Lowell, chief engineer.
The S. S. T"ihuu!! IIuu dropped in
to Kahalapnlnoa tin;, other day and
left, besides the other freight, a ."(I
horse power donkey engine for use
on the wharf. This engine was pur
chased from the Risdor. Iron Works,
in San Francisco.
On tho first of the mouth, Enumer
ator Win. White, of Lahaina, began
taking the census on Lanai. He re
ceived valuable aid from Walter
Hayselden h his labors, 011 account
of the thorough acquaintance of the
latter with the people of Lanai.
AVm. Stodart. manager of Maunalei
plantation returned to Lahaina
from Honolulu. June 5th, and in
company with Hon, F. II. Hayselden,
came on to lanai on the steam
The sheep are bleating onco more
in the pens at the shearing yards.
Shearing is going on under the sup
ervision of Fred, H. Hayselden, Jr.
The bark Carroll ton came into
port last Monday. .
The ship Emily Reed came in on
The Eureka (sch) sailed round from
Lahaiha 011 Thursday morning and
s now in line awaiting her turn.
The G. S. Holmes and Robert
Searles are anchored ontside wait
ing berth room.
The Lehua towing the sch Alice
Kimball showed up bright and early
on Thursday morning. The latter
had a 24 ton boiler for the
H. C. & S. Co. on board. The Lehua
waited till her charge was safely
moored and then set sail on her
regular run to Molokai ports.
It seemed hike old times on
Wednesday when the Claudine came
in. .tier passengers nst- was" un
The Claudine sailed for Honolulu
on Friday instead of Saturday.
This in order to afford a chance to
passengers from Maui to Witness the
big day in Honolulu.
On Thursday, there was quite a
blaze in the cabin of the Alice
Kimball, resulting from the
ignition of a lot of matches. The
cap lain was somewhat burned but
no other harm was chme.
The Captain of the Robert Searles
reports sighting a derelect, resemb
ling the starboard side a schooner,
in Lat. 48 27' X., Lon. 45". 15' W.,
on his recent trip from New cattle to
Vessels in PoPt--Kahului.
Sch. "Olga"; N. Johnson from New
castle, May 2nd.
Sch. "Emma Claudina", V. B. Niel
sen from Aberdeen, Gray's
Harbor, May 8.
Bark "Carrollton", H. E. Jones from
" Newcastle May 12th,
Sch. "Dora Bluhin", Ed, Smith from
San Francisco May 12th.
Ship "Emily Reed ', G. A, BaKer
from Tacomu May HOth,
Sch. "Eureka", J. T. Schou from
Gray's Harbor, Juno 7th.
Sch "S. C. Holmes", J, Johnson from
Seattle June 4.
Sch. "Robert Searles", J. Piltz, from
Newcastle June 7th.
. Vessels Arrived--KohuluI.
June 4th. Sch S. C. Holmes, from
Seattle, via Kaunakakai.
6th Str Claudine from Honolulu,
7th Sch Robert Searles from
7th Sch Eureka from Grays
Sch Alice Kimball from Honolulu
in tow of str. Lehua.
7th Str Lehua from Honolulu.
June G Rrigantine Consuelo, Page,
S. F. ; 14 days (ion. Cargo.
Passengers;' Mrs. Rentoa &
daughter, R. P. Jansen. i
June 2nd Ship S. D. Carleton for)
oan f raneisco with uui.i- bags
5th Sch Ottillie Fjord for San
Francisco with li:i40 bags sugar
Oth Str Claudine for Hana and
7th str Lehya for Molokai ports
FOUBTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
.1. 11. 1.
Maui Rating Associatfon
It Spreckcls Park, Kjlm!:n,
Wedensday, JULY 111), mi
H'" Races to commence lit lo oYlook
a. in. sharp.
First :-1 5ICYCLK R A C E.
One mile dash, free for all Maui
Cyclists, entries to dose lo
minutes before Race. 25.1)')
- Cold Medal, entrance fee 2."j'',
Second: RUNNING RACE,
Half Mile Dash, for Maiden Ponies
14 hands and under, Purse
Third : TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best- 2 in M. three
minute class, for all Maui horses,
Fourth: RUNNING RACK.
Three-Fourth Mile Dash, five for
all Hawaiian bred horse.-'. Purse
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One-Fourth Mile Dash, free for
Maui bred IPonies, 1 1 hands and
under, Purse $25.00,
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best 2 in 3, for
all Maui M Vulen horses, Purse
Seventh: RUNNING RACE, COR
One Mile Dash, free for all horses,
Members of the Association to
ride, Purse, $40.00 Gold Medal.
Eighth: MULE RACE, PJNNING
One Mile Dash. Purse JnUm.
Ninth: FOOT RACE.
100 Yards Dash, entries to, close
10 minutes before the race.
Tenth: TROTTING AND PACING
One-Half Mile Heats, best 2 in 3,
for Maui Ponies 14 hiir.ds, and
under, Purse $2.".0iV
Eleventh: RUNNING RACE.
One-Half Mile and Repeat, free
' for all, Purse $50.00. v -
AH Entries are to be made with
the Secretary before 12 o'clock noor.
on Friday,Juno,2!Uh, WOO. Entrance
fee to be 10 per cent of the ;uie un
less otherwise specified.
All Races ur6 to be r::n or trotted
under the rules of tho M aui Racing
All Horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 12 o'clock noon
on July 2nd, 11(00.
General Admission 5() cent:,
Grand Stand (extra) ..". & $1.H)
Quarter Stretch Badges '2.50
Free track to all comers.
Per Order of Executive Committee
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
For Hilo Hates
Stmi. CLAUDINE w!!! sail
from Honolulu on
MONDAY, JULY 2nd,
At -5 p. m and provided twenty
tickets are sold from Maul ports
to Hilo and return at $12.50 each,
she. will proceed tD Hilo, leaving
Maui ports on Tuesday, arriving in
Hilo on the morning of the Fourth.
Leaving Hilo at midnight of the
Fourth, will arriva a! Kahulu! on
For the MAIII NEWS
In the MAUI NEWS
From the. MAUI NEWS
; "iifhe rV-er.sijriicd having been, duly
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Amiii;.r deceased, intestate,
late of Kahului, Maui, notice is
here by driven to all persons hnvinj
claims uyainst said estate to present
tl.ein; duly authenticated, to the or..,
dcr.siened within six months from date
Ik rcof. or tliev will lie forever bar
red. AH persons indebted to said
estate are l eoucstcd to lur.ke im
mediate nayinent 1o me at 1l:e o.'lice
of Hons & Coke, Wailuku. Mur.i.
Administrator I the Estate, of Aininr
Wailuku. Maui, May liith, lyoil.
Fpc! Trip to Son Frnncisco
For Hawaii Teachers.
The ';Kvi:vi.N(i P.i:m.ktin" of Ho
nolulu oilers a delightful vacation
trip 1o the Pacific Coast and return,
to ihe school toucher who shall be
declared by popular vote to bo the
most popular teacher of the Ha
waiian Islands. The votes which
appear in each issue of the ' Jullt'tin''
should be cut out and sent to the
Uulletin" office whore thev are
counted each week, and the result
The names fif tho teachers do not
appear i:i the paper but a list of
names corresHndin; with the count
ed numbers may be obtained on
application to the oftice.
The old standby, the Australia,
which can always be depended, on
plague or no plajrue, territorial law
or no territorial law, is the ship that
will carry the fortunate teacher who
secures the prize on her well de
served outinjj trip. Everyone knows
tho Australia and though she does
roll just a little bit, the food you yet
is so ;ood it simply has to stay down.
The genial captain and purser will
undoubtedly do all (n their power
to make the trip a delightful timv
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 tho most
pleasant summers they have every
enjoyed just cut out the votes which
appear in the upper right hand
corner of this page in each issue
and deposit them in the ballot box
at the Hulletin oflice. If you are
not satisfied with this slow way of
bringing Iter to the front why then
subscribe for the Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and Cue most cor
rect news and get it all the time,
and in addition you will be given
votes to cast for your favorite teach
er as follows, according to the term
of your sub.iciption:
i MONTH,. 40 votes
3 MONTHS ISO "
('. MONTHS r.o "
l .YEAR 7o0 "
Subscriptions are 75 cents a month
or s a vear in advance.
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CAN, daily or weekly editions, will
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from and after this date.
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HONOLULU , . H. I.
fcrd-An Invoice o? Rsally
Excellent Spars from
30 to 00 feet lon.
Straight; free from Knots.
KAHULUI R. R. Co.
Appli( ations for tapping the water
mains ol. the Wailuku System for the
domestic use will be received by Jus.
T. Taylor, at ollice of Hons iX Coke,"
J.s. T. Taylor.
Wailuku, .Ma 11 V..y: P'tli, Woo.
XOTJCJS. Thj-' Undesigned l as
purchasid t'je Lahaina Restaurant
owned fonm vly by W. A. Yeats, and
is conducting the panic. No respon
sibility wiH be 'assumed by under
signed for any debts contracted by
said restuuvi'il prior to Mar. 111. Well,
Matt. McCasx. Piiv.'poH
American &l Scotch Whiskey-
Ber, AleAs Wine
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, jWaui If. lt
R. R. CO,
And buulprt In
ilder S. S, Co,
Terminals at Wailuku,
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