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Weather, simply delightful.
Don't miss U17 Knhuliti races.
IJoports from Hawaii und Kauai
indi ato that the labor troubles on
those Ishin-U are all s-t'.k-.l.
There is ii 'riiin famine on Maui'
on account of tlio delay of Const
Vessels, overdue at Kahului.
Yesterday was closing ilay for
most of tin schools 011 the Inland,
for a vacation lasting fill September.
FO!l SAlJ'l. - One family curriajje
driving inure, with or without brake
11. G. svKT.r
The receipts of the Djstrft Magis
trate of Wuiluka for t!ie 11-. mth
of May was HO'tl.-lO' which breaks
the record to date.
Attorney. I. L. Coke, of Hons &
C0I.0. went over :o liana on Wed
nesday's ('lau.liiie, to assist in the
prosecution i f alleged 1. utile thieves.
F.ev. Wr. Ault of Laha'na, came
over to WV.iluku mi Th"r--'hy, end
will remain nn.l hold serv'u es at the
Anglican Church toniorro .v iiioniin'.
Mr. and Mrs. Streiibeek and
Miss Anna Streu'oeck. n!o M.r.
and Mrs. Wheeler, n'i-.l ramily will
leave for the Coast a week Irdm
The Lurlinc has not yet, arrived at
Kahului. although she cleared at Sun
Francisco. June i. She is either be
calmed or detained by the plague in
San Francisco, probably I lie latter.
High Sheriff Brown and half a
dozen Honolulu police visited Maui
this week. The high sheriff express
es himself as delighted with the
general condition affairs 011 the
Fujinioto, the ringleader in the
Spreckelsville assault on the Japanese
interpreter of the Census agent, was
sentenced by the-Distric t Magistrate
to six months imprisonment it hard
Richards it B.il are a new firm
c;f plumbers and pipe titters oper
uting in AVailuku. Hut they are
uu resuienis or vauui,u, una are
booking a good deal of work among
From the number of entries made
in each of the races on the Fourth,
there is no doubt but there be
g.w.1 day's spirt. Our country
cousins are hereby specially invited
t come over to vvaiiuku lake in
John Kichardson, the Lahainiv at
torney, has been in Wailuku this week
attending Court, but went lionu
yesieroay aiternoon to try some
eases today. He will have further
business before the Wuiluku District
Court on Monday.
Prof. John A. Moore, of tho Wui
hiku grammar school, left for Hono
lulu yosteivhty afternoon, with the
intention of attending the session
of the Educational Society to be
held at Clnvrlej.foe. S. C, provided
he is not to be quarantined in Califor
nia, en route.
George lions, Wailuku's leading
attorney, i, with the exception of
the Maui Xkws einn, the busiest man
in town just now. What with the
cares of his practice, and the sucra-
taryship of the Maui Racing As
sociatiou, he is kept busy from early
morn to dev. y eve.
Kinder & I each are still kept
busy milking connections with the
water mains. It is to be hopei
tuat the water rates will not be
fixed so high as require their
further services in diseonnectin
impecunious water drinkers from
the -main. -
Now that the mango and banani
season are on. too much care cannot
be exercised in the matter of keeping
the sidewalks swept, so that treach
orous peelings will not accumulate on
mem. j.iu ,m:hs man slipped 011
one of them the other day and nearly
broke his heart.
The entire stock c-f foods 011 tin
KahuUii Slore h ive b -eii removed
and the .-d.i-c buiicing is being tlmt
oughly renovated, in accordance with
t'ne instruct ions of the Hoard of
Health. It will probably he a coup!
of week s yd before the building i
ready for occupancy.
There is no doubt but that the
quarantine authorities will require
thorough fuinig.uioii of tho cargoe
of all vessels arriving at Kahului from
San Francisco. San Francisco is now
begimiig to reap the fruits- of her
foil v in denying the eist'ciH'C of plague
itid' Maui consignees K ill liilve. to ,uf-
fer with her. ' ' "
Dr. Garvin President of the
Hoard of Health canc over to
Muni this week to setta- up cpiarau-
ino vlTa'rs and to dispose of the
bi.il lilies, fences and other property
f the Hoard at Kahului. The Ka-
man K. it. in. nave oouent an
the buildings and femes. All mat
ters rolat inr to the uuarantin'u',f
f Kahului have been turned over
to Dr. Cai-micluud of Honolulu U. S.
The United States authorities
have quarantined a "fa ins t California,
and no one is allowed to leave Cali
fornia without a clean bill of health
on the Ignited Stales. authorities
Caliloriiia, even to yo into a
neighboring state. A Lulled States
ent is stationed at Heno. Nevada,
to inspect aJl -passengers from Cali
fornia joiinf east on t'ne overland
trains, and those who have nor
lean bills of health are turned buck.
East Miiui Motes.
Mr. Charles Weathcrbee, bo'ik-
keeper at Hamoa. has resigned to
accept a like position on l'usia
Plantation, Hawaii. Mr. Zumwalt
of Kahului will probably be his
successor at Hamoa.-
Xahiku will soon have liOO acres.
m J I 1.
or more in cane 1 no cane inrougn
out 11k Hana district is looking
healthy and green. Judge McKay
has planted about live acres for
need cane, and is clearing to put
1 a large acreage next year. AV.
E. Shaw has just finished planting
51 acres of cane to be ground at
he Hana mill, and is now clearing
")H acres additional to be planted
next season. Mrs. AA . F. Mossman
is having her place cleared for
the planting of cane.
Deputy Sheriff AVittrock gave
1 luau at the Hana court house
111 honor of Admission iJay. ine
road front the steamer landing
to the Hana store is being graded
by the road board, under the
supervision of George Groves.
Manager Meyers and bride, re
turned to Hamoa, and have gone
to housekeeping in their beautiful
Quite a number of East Maui
people are going to tne Hilo races,
per the steamer Claudine, July 2.
Mr. F. C. Atherton, Misses Simp
son and llart and two seminary
pupiis from Mauna Olu made a
tour of East Maui last week, and
were enraptured with the wild,
rugged beauty and tropical loveli
ness ot the sections visited, iney
were hospitably entertained by AV.
E. Shaw "at N'ahiku and by Manager
Gjerdrum at liana.
The several scln.o'.s in AVailuku
have held closing exercises during
this week, the rendition of which
demonstrates that we are to be
congratulated on having such compe
tent teachers in our schools.
On Tuesday morning, a program
of exercises was rendered bv the
pupils of St. Anthony's School,
under chaige of Brother Frank,
which is too lengthy for publication
and too exellent to (be describe d in
cold type. Those wlio failed to see
it missed a treat. A ma rked feature
of the entertainment was the manly
and diirnified bearing of the boys
who took part. It is evident that
besides teaching Hie boys the three
R's, Brother Frank and his assist
ants have taugnt their charges to
be 111 inly a id dignified little men.
T ie entertainment was held on an
improvised stage, on which many
scenic and amusing cllei t were prc
d iced bv the d ft bri sh of Brother
Frank, who is quite an artist.
The Girls school, in charge of th
Sisters, gave a charming little enter
tainment on Thursday morning,
Tho different features of the pro
gram were dcUghtfi.i'y reiidi red,
and along lines which clearly por
traved the heart teachir.g which the
Sisters have been doing, as well a?
the head teai'lrng.-
O.i Friday, the AVailuku Englisl
public school, under the charge oi
Prof. John A. Moore, und assisted
by t wo of the very best lady teachers
on the Inlands, without any excep
lions, Mrs. HVapy and Mis N.spe,
gave a lentghv, chaiinii;' and
excellently rendered program o:
closing exercises. Is to be regret
ted that Mrs. IK-apy has gone t
the Coast for a year, because her
work in the school wil be misled
It is also siucerely to be hoped that
Miss Nape, who has been with us
for a. short time only, will remain
permanently. Her work has been
of a high class of merit;' in diort she
is one of those teachers who has
been ''born'' aud not "made", 'for
the work, Gifted lis she is with all
the qualities whVli go to make up
ii teacher, the parents of children
under her charge could wish for
iwilliijig better than to see her per
inanihitly retained in the Wailuku
TUb COMING 1 1 ACE.
A Fine Program (or the Fourth.
The Races for the Fourth have all
filled, with the. exception of the
Corinthian, the bicycle an 1 the
races, which are to be filled later.
The following arc tho purses and
1. Hicycle Dace. :5.t10. En
tries to close P) minutes before the
S. Mile Da.-.'h for maiden ponies,
lintries: Ha by Ruth.- Shoo Fly,-Miusie.-
Grove JIa neb !:;,- Sun- i.'-a-
Gun,- Ma rshall's Hoy.
3. Trotting and Pacing, mile
heats. 2 in .-, Maui horses. $11:0.(10.
Mary Ma",- Lightning,- MeKinley.
1. Threo-Fou: th running dash
fo Hawaiian bred horses; 7."i.(lll.
Hilly C.,- Admiral Dewey,- Kihei
."). Running Race. Quarver dash;
Maui bred ponies; 14 hands and in -dor,
$2.".(KI.- Haby Ruth,- Shoo Fly -Mousie.-
Henriettii.- Grove Runeh
iJoy,- Son-of-n-Gun,- Sain.
(1. Trotting, mile heats, 2 in
Maui maiden horses. 50.00. Sweetie,-Dawn,-Kihei
Hoy,- Mary Mae,
- Jerry,- Lightning.
7. Corinthian Races. Entr'ts
not closed. $10,011 gold medal; Hilly
!. Mule Race, mile dash; $50.0 C 5
Kihaina,-2Nioi,- Too Slow,- Kil a
!'. Foot Race, 100 yards d; sh;
citries not closed. $ln,r0,
' 10. Trotting and Pacing to
Harness, half, mile heats, 2 in 3 for
Maui ponies, 14 hands or under; $25.-
00; Sweetie,- Lively,- Captain Jinks
11. Running Race, half mile
aid repeat, for all. 50.00. Miki
Oi,- Babe,- Mousie.
Under the United States law
on ana alter June u, vnv, all
shipping receipts must bear a
one-cent Documentary War Tax
Stamo on the origina', duplicate
Shippers are requested to affix
the stami s according to law, and
freight cannot be received other
Shipping receipts must contain
a statement en tue contents 01
IxTi.H-Isi.Axi Steam Nay. Co.
AVii.mk's Steamship Co.
Customers are informed that
every checK, orait or order, drawn
on or after June 14th, 10(10, payable
at sight or on demand, must have
thereon a two-cent U. S. Internal
Revenue stamp, cancelled by tin
initials of thedrawer.and date of issue
before it will be paid, received on
deposit, or taken for collection,
The negotiation or payme nt of any
check, draft or order, without sucl
cancelled stamp altixol will be
violation of the LI. S, Revenue Law
and will lender the maker liable to
the prescribed penalty,
Stamp for above purposes will bi
supplied to customers at face value
by the undersigned, or can . b.
obtained at the U. S. Internal
Revenue office, corner Fort &. Allen
Bishop A Co.,
Cr.AfS Sl'KKCKEl.S iv Co.,
Yokohama Spkcik Hank,
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
TiiK Fi it st AmehiCax Hank
or Hawaii, Ltd.
Honolulu June !, l'.ioo.
Your business in the
MAUI NEWS -
W '1'W Ail"
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The undersigned having been quiy
appointed Administrator of the
Estate' of Amingdceea'-ed. inteslaU',
late or Kahului, Maui, notice is
hereby yiven to all per.-, 1.1 ; havi.ig
lalins against said estate to present
them, duly authen'icatc-.l. t i the nn-
dersigned within six months from date
hereof, or tliev will be forever bar
red. All persons i.ide'..!td to said
estate are reouested to make im
mediate payment to mo at the ol!ii e
f Hons & Coke, Wuiluku, Maui.
T t-: N : i Wo ;:.
dmini.-d r.itor of the Estr te.of Am'uig
Wailuku. Maui, May l:ilh. TdiHi.
Free Trip to 3n T.' crr: o
For llowoi! Ten :he!'f;i
The "Kvknixo Iiri.i.fcTiV of Ho
nolulu offers a delight ful vacation
rip to the Paeille Coast and return.
to the school teacher vh shall be
declared by popular vote to be the
most popular tcne'icr n, the Ha
waiian islands. Th"' vo'-ns which
(invar in each issue ot the "iliiVetin"
should bo cut out and sent to the
'Buli"tiii" ofliee where, they ere
minted each week, and t: e result
The names of the teiu-hers d i not
i".ir in the paper iv.:t a l..st of
names corresponding with the count-
(I numbers inav be o;,t;:i:-cd on
Application to the ofliee.
I he old standby, the Australia.
wliieli can cdways be depended, on
plague or no phigue. territorial law
r 110 territorial Ui.v. is t!:e t-h.ii that
will carry the fortunate teacher who
secures the prize on her well de
served outing trip. Kvervone knows
the Australia and though she does
11 lust, a little bit, the food vou get
s so good it simply has tostay down.
The genial captain arid purser will
undoubtedly do all in their power
to make the trip a delightful time
long to be remembered by w. teach
er who is declared the luo it v p'rar
of the Islands. The return ticket
wiil be good for four months aud the
visit at the Coast will be limited in
time only by the desire.-, of 'he
If you want to give one of your
teacher friends one of the 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 ig the ballot ho?:
at the Bulletin ofliee. If you are
not satisfied with this slow way ol
bringing her to the front why then
subscribe for the. Iuljctht ar.d.gpt
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and the 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 hubsoiption:
. .40 votes
Subscriptions are 75 cents v. month
or !? a vear m advance.
For Hilo Races
Stmr. CLAUD!N5wi!l sai
from Honolulu on
MONDAY, JULY 2nd, I960.
At 5 p. n.. and provided twenty
tickets are sold from Maui ports
to Hilo and return at $12.50 each,
she will proceed to Hilo, leaving
Maul ports on Tuesday, arriving in
Hilo on the morning of the Fdurth,
Leaving Hilo at midnight of the
Fourth, will arrive at Kahului on
licrkshii'o Pls Kpyh
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ifroM Hie MAI! NEWS
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i-.i-An Invoice of Hcif'-Fy
iixco'hji'st Spin's from
30 to CO Scat Jortrj.
Str:t!;it! freo iron? Knots.
KAHULUI R. R. Co.
Matt. M'Cvxn' Pj! ;i'n:r.vou
American & Scotch WIrskcy.
Beer,' Ale D Wine-
Lahainn, Maui II. I.
And Dvnlurs in
Wilder S. & Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
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Commercial and Traveler's
Letters o? Credit Issued
available in all the I'l-inenr
cities of the world.
Special attention &iven
to the business cni rusted t u
by our .friends, of tne ollic
islands, either u- depodts, ei .
lm tiling, insurn. ice or reie.c- 1
for exchange, .
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