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. Day a badge.
Good morning. Governor Dole.
Theo. Wnltr of Philips & Co.,
Honolulu, is visiting the., merchant's
of M,ai tlria week in tlie interest
of his firm.
AV. H. Cornwall, Jr. of Waikapu,
vas married to Miss Buchanan of
Honolulu th'Sj week, aad cany; over,
to Waikapu with his bridj on the
Kimm, ou Wednesday.
More pilikia. Tv.vi ljo!idays and
bad fold has delayed the prompt
appearance of the paper thfs week,
but we think that we know thai)
it will not happen nuuin.
Some of the Japanese laborers on
the Wailuku Sug:rr Coin puny phir.tn,
t'.on have concluded that they want
a day or two more to rest and
enjoy the luxury of being free men
before going to work again.
Guy Goodness has resigned his
position us Captain of police at
WailukiP and Captain William Saf
fery has been appointed to succeed
him. Mr. Goodness has accepted a
. position as team luna at Kihci.
S. N. Norrie, of McChcsncy Co. .
Honolulu is stocking up Maui this
week. Ht! is a popular sali'smr.ii,
and d km a he.ivy b.isuK'ss on fiu
Island. He re turns to Honolulu on
the Mauudloa, next Tuesday morn
ing. If t he citizens of Maui want
to make go.Wl citizens of their
children, a gD.nl start would1 he
made by teaching them manners, a
sad lack of which was very notice
able among certain classes at the
luau on Thursday,
Frank Enos, the foreman of the
News office, designed and printed
a beautiful silk badge commemora
tive1 of Admission Hay. A largo
number of these badges were sold,
but some are still on hand, and
can be had on application to the
News office. Price, 25 cents.
A number of the Wailuku police
were called to Lahaiia ou Thursday
thus missing the luau and general
good time at Wailuku. Last uiht,
a special luau was prepared for them
at the Court house, and a delightful
evening of feasting, singing und
patriotic, speeches followed.
The "Dora B'uhm" is unloaded,
pnd the rEWS, will come out this
week with a brand new fourth
page. In addition, the News job
office has received a large stock of
stationery, including paper of all
grades, business and visiting cards
programs and bill heads.
Special attention of all tho
readers of the News in invited to
the ''H.i!ik Niiticj1' in another
column. All checks, d raits or orders
drawn after thj 14th of June, must
have thercm a two-cent U. S.
Internal Revenue stamp. 'Turn to
the notice an.l read j. ' imd if
you are in the habit oi dealing in
this class of piper, out it out and
pasto it In your hat, '
Applications for tapping the water
mains of tho Wailuku System for the
domestic use will bo received by Jas.
T. Taylor, at office of Hons & Coke,
Jas. T, TayloH,
Wailuku, Maui, May 10th, 10(10.
Thanks to tho untiring zeal -of
Supt. Taylor, under conditions
which would have discouraged a
less determined man, Wailuku is
now rejoicing in an abundance of
fresh water from Iao Valley. Ou
last Saturday, - the water was
turned into the pipes, aud
allowed to run till Monday morning,
Kinder & Beach started to work
connecting private houses with
tho water in .tins. Have a drink?
The Japanese at Kaanapali at
tacked and severely beat two
Japanese sig3nts of the hirnigrati on
society ou Wednesday. The trouble
is supposed to have origiualvd from
an uttempt to hold the Japanese
laborers liable to tho immigration
companies for their passage money.
The Japaneso ou some of tho other
plantations, notably at Waikapu,
have promised tho Japanese com
missiouers another thrashing when
tliev rmir-h WuiL-niui
' ' s
On the opening of the post
office at Wailuku yesterday morn
ing, all Hawaiian stamps were
withdrawn and U. S. stamps were
on sale. The Hawaiian stamp is
much more artistic, but it almost
draw teur$ from tho eyes of one
haole, at least,' who. on calling for
stumps,, oiK- more sa-w. the. familiar
faces of Jefferson and Franklin in
V;ell remembered peach red and
pale green, on the stamps handed
t ) him for his Kalakaua dollar.
A" elaborately gotten up Admis
sion pay.Uiau was Riven on Thursday,
June 1,4, in, Iao Valley. A meeting of
the citizens of Wailuku was called
some days before, and an elalxirate
program, of amivejronts, was pre
pared, including mivjeSi songs, ora
tions in English and Hawaiian, the
ndispensable luau, and dancing all
day l.mg on an o-Jtlnr platform.
The entertainment was, held far up
io Valley, under the shade of a
dense, kukui grove, a favorite resort
for luu.is. Every feature of the affair
had been carefully planned -and as a
Result, the da, passed without a
single unpleasant incident. The
Yaihee and Wailuku string, bands
furnished the music for the sonp and
A number of jiatriotie American
and Hawaiian songs were beautifuhy
rendered,' followed by an oration in
English, after which Mr. Hush de
livered an eloquent and patriotic ad
dress in Hawaiian. Judge Ka'.aui
followed with a few . happily chosen
md pithy remarks, and the.h pro
ceeded to endear himself to all hearts
present by announcing that it was
time to ''kaukau" luau.
A fter the luau was finished, dancing
was resumed, and it was after, four
o'clock in the afternoon before, the
newly fledged Americans with their
wives and children left the, grove
for their homes.
Muna Olu Class.
Qn Wednesday, June 13, Manna
Olu's closing exercises were held at
the ojd Haleakala Hoys' School pre
mises. Tins is tne scfonu time inai
these exercises have been at this
place, for it will probably- bo the
last as the new Seminary is rapidly
Music and a "Drill" occupied chief
places in the program. The singing
b.the girls wag seemingly perfect:
never before have Mauna Olu's girls
sang with suoh grace as they have
during the last two or three years.
The ''Drill," which was an elaborate
and fascinating one, was very pretti
ly and precisely executed, each g;r
iemg dressed in white and carrying
i wrtath of flowers in her hand.
Judge Noa Kahokuokalani, Rev.
Kalino and Dr. Beckwith addressed
the gathering at tho close of the
exercises. Dr. Beckwith's remarks
were chiefly congratulatory to the
program, he also referred to the
teachers who were leaving the Semi
nary, and the fitness of their purpose
of leaving; that purpose being that
they might equip themselves tle
better to impart knowledge to
A pretty lanai had been erected
in front of the teachers' dwelling,
but owing to tho showery nature of
the day the luau was spread upon
This luau, which was the gift
of Mrs. Awana and Sam Kalama,
was a truly "royal one m every
detail and reflects great credit upon
Customers are informed that
every check, draft or order, drawn
on or after June 14th, 1000, payable
at sight or on demand, must have
thereon a two-cent U. S. Internal
Revenue stamp, cancelled by the
initials of the drawer and da' e of issue
before it will be paid, received on
deposit, or taken for collection.
Tho negotiation or payment of any
check, draft or order, without such
cancelled stamp . affixed will be a
violation of the U. S. Revenue Law
and will i ender the maker liable to
the prescribed penalty.
Stamp for above purposes will be
supplied to customers at face value
by the uudersigned, or can be
obtained at the U. S. Internal
Revenue office, corner Fort & Allen
Bishop & Co.,
Clavs Spuec kei.s & Co.,
Yokohama Specie Bank,
The Bank ok Hawaii, Ltd.
The First American Bank
ok Hawaii, Ltd.,
Honolulu June 9, 1000,
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL JKEETING
liniii lteii Axwlioii
eft Spreckcls' Park, KahuJui,
Wedensday, JULY 4th, 1500.
Jfe?7Races to commence at 10 o'clock
a. in. sharp.
First: BICYCLE RACE.
One mil? dash, free for all Maui
Cyclists, entries to close 10
minutes' before Race, 25.00
Gold Medak. entrance fee !?2.5il.
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, tairee
mimite class, for all Mau horse,
Fourth : R U NNING RACE.
Three-Fourth Ttile Dash, free for
all Hawaiian bred horses. Purse
Filth: RUNNING RACE.
One-Fourth Mile Dash, free for
Maui bred IPonies, 14 bunds and
under, Purse $25. no.
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
One Mile Heats, best 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, $.40.00 Gold Medal.
Eighth: MULE RACE, RUNNING
One, Mile. Dash, Purso $50.00.
Ninth: FOOT RAGE.
100 Yards Dash, entries to close
10 minutes befo.ro the race,
Tenth i TROTTING AND PACING
One-Half Mile Heats, best 2 in 3,
for Maui Ponies 14 hands and
under, Purse $25.00.
Eleventh : RUNNING RACE,
One.Half Mile and Reppat, free
for all, Purs,? $50.00.
All Entries are to be made with
the Secretary before 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, J une.2:th, l'.lOO. Entrance
fee to be 10 per cent of the purse un
less otherwise specified.
All Races are to be run or. trotted
under the rules of the Maul Racing
All Horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 12 o'clock noon
on July 2nd, WOO.
General Admission. . .-. . .50 cents.
Grand Stand (extra) . .$.50 & $1.00
Quarter Stretch Badges. . . . 2.5(1
Free track to all comers.
Per Order of Executive Committee
Secretary Maui Racing Association,
For llilo Races
Stmr. CLAUDINEwill sail
from Honolulu on
MONDAY, JULY 2nd, 1939.
At 5 p. m and provided twenty
tickets are sold from Maul ports
to Hjlo and return at $12.50 each;
she will proceed to Hilo, leaving
Maui ports on Tuesday, arriving in
Hilo on the morning of the Fourth.
Leaving Hilo at midnight of the
Fourth, will arrive at Kahulul on
Berkshire Pis from
Ey Valuable for Breeding
to E. H. BAILEY
Your business in tbe
The undersigned hating len du..
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Amingdeceased. intesUte.
late of Ivahului, 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 date
hereof, or they will be forever bur
red. A '4 persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to ine at the office
of Hons & Coke, Wailuku, Maui.
Administrator of the Estate, of Aming
Wailuku. Maui, May 10th, l'JOO.
Free, Trip to Son Francisco
For Hnvynil Teachers
The "EvF.xiNd Bclletin" of Ho
nolulu offer a delightful vacation
trin to the Pacific Coast and return,
to the school teacher who shall he
declared by popular vote to be the
most popular teacher of the Ha
waiian Jijaivls. The votes which
appear in each issue of the "Bulletin"
should be cut. out and sent to the
'Bulletin" office where they are
counted each week, ?,ud the. result
The names of the teachers do not
appear in the paper but a list of
names corresponding with the count
ed numbers may be obtained on
ippncation to the office.
Tho old standbv, the Australia.
which can lways be depended, on
plajjue or no plague, territorial law
or no territorial law, is the ship that
will carry the fortunate toucher who
secures the prUc, oji her well de
served outing trip. Everyone knows
the Australia and though she does
roll just a little bit. tlie food you get
is so good it simply has to stay. do wn.
The genial captain and purser will
undoubtedly do all in their, power
to make the trip a delightful time
long to, be remembered by tho teach
er whq is declared the most popular
of the Islands. The, return ticket
will be. gi,od for four months and the
visit at the Coast w be limited in
time only by the desire of the
If you want to give one of Vour
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 ejich issue
and deposit them in the ballot bo
at the Bulletin office. If you are
not satisfied with this slow way of
bringing her to the front why then
subscribe for the Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and the most cor
rect news and get it all tho time,
and in addition you will be given
votes, to cast for your favorite teach
er as fallows, according to the term
of your subsciption:
1 MONTH 10 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
(i MONTHS 350 "
1 YEAR- 750 "
. Subscriptions are 75 cents a month
or $8 a year in advance.
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Excellent Spars from
30 to GO feet long.
Straight free from Knots.
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office of Hons & Coke, in Wailuku,
Maui, on Friday, thy 22nd da, of
June, 1000, at 10 o'clock A. M., all
the personal property of the Estate
of J. J. Combs, a bankrupt, iivlud-
One lino jew Kreuger Pyvno,
Chic BuggV, Saddle, etc.. etc.
J,AS. L. CoKF.
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