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Judtfe 3. W. ( Ktrfua has received
ii9 coniinission, as Circuit Jude.
Mi. Edward Wilcox has been up
pointed postinastt T ut Ulupalakun,
All classes of blanks mid jb work
turned out at the Xkws job office,
Service tomorrow morning at tin
Anglican, church, T!ev. W. Ault of-.
f icirt tiny.
Wailuku weather i divinely lovely
these days, and our moonlight nights
ajc sitnply Persian.
The delay was caused by the change
In postmasters 'at Wailuku. and will
not be of long continuance.
15 head of luirsos have been shot nt
Ulupalakua, with the .'landers, and
several more cases arc reported.
Mrs. S. D. Heapy and Mrs. G. D.
Behrndor, of Wailuku, were pas
sengers on the last Australia for the
judge Josepa of Huia and Judge
Piim.uiu of Kipahutu came over yes
terday on the Clauline., to take the
path of office.
F. Wittrock, deputy sheriff at
TTana, goes to Honolulu today on
the Kinau to be manufactured into
an American citizen.
Mr. H. P. Baldwin, Mr. J. B.
. Castle and Mr. and Mrs. F . F .
Baldwin came over on the Chuidine
on Wednesday morning.
Wailuku will undoubtedly by a
money order office, as soon as
the bonds of our new post -master are
received and approved.
The business public, of Wailuku are
suffering considerable' annoyance on
account of being deprived of the con
venience of a money order office.
Mr. J. Thomas has been placed in
permanent charge of the Wailuku
saloon. Yesterday, stiw k was taken,
and the business turned over to liiin.
)r. hhaw. the export, came
over to Maui on Wednesday, to look
into the matter of ghoiders on the
Island, and proceeded at once to
the Grove Rancbe.
Miss McLane and Miss Stack of
Spreckelsville were in Wailuku on
Thursday, and of course dropped in
und looked over the advance proofs
of thi week's News.
Mr. Lowell, late of Maunalei Plan
tation, Laniit, has accepted the posi
tion of chief engineer at the IT. C. &
S. Co.'s mill, to succeed Mr. H. G.
Bosweil who has resigned.
The la -it quarterly report of the Dis
triet Magistrate of Wailuku shows
tin abnjnn.it amount of business. Tin"
prouunnues uretiiat liie next quar
ter will show a diminished volume of
Mr. Kauhimahii. whose unpleasant
experience with the Camp 5 Japs, a?
census taker, helped to irrike a lit
tie recent local history, has tempo
rarily accepted a position as typo in
the Nkws office.
Mrs. W. A. McKay, of Wailuku
post office, nao tendered Uncle Sam
her resignation, which has been ac
eepted; and Mr, W. T. Robinson
deputy tax collector at Wailuku has
been appointed postmaster. '
Ovci; three hundred Japanese have
passed through the labor bureau at
"Wailuku. The Chinese have been
forbidden by their bosses to apply to
tho bureau, as the bosses prefer to
contract with the plantations direct
ly for Chinese labor.
a large number ot Japanese are
leaving tho different, plantations as
ooii as paid off. As soon as they be
come accustomed to the new condi
tions, there isjno doubt but that they
will drift back to the plantations
and go to work,
Mr. J. , Marshall, head lima at
Bpreckelsville, has accepted a like
position on on the Wailuku planta
' lion, taking the place of Mr. W. G
Scott, who re tire on account of ill
health. A new residence on Main
street. adjoining that of lir.Wcddick
'is to lie erected for Mr. Marshall.
Attention is invited to the timely
i suggestions of "Malihini" in nnnthe
column. A reading room for the
Hawaiian was attempted last year
bv Rev. Mr. Lewis, but did not last
long. The leading eili.ens of Wai
luku should go to work at oivo and
organize a reading room for all
r.lr. Hon garl, formem of .Maunalei
has accepted u position in the Kahu
lui store, and is up to his eyes in new
goods which are now being replaced
in the store since its renovation.
i It seem quite like old times at Ka
: , hului once more. The rut proof
'cnvei have ail been ta,kcn down' and
Ihe'wire fences arc, being; removed.
Husinc&s is booming, and there is the
making cf" a live little town there, if
the owner? of the ground wyj, permit
Work has been entirely shut dowh,
only force enough being kept to fr
igate the growing cane. The shut
ng down was caused by lack of
funds, and when the present sti'ingcn-
y in the money market is relieved,
Maunalei will develop, into one of
the best little sugar plantations on
Tho Pioneer mill at Lahaina is
till grinding, and will run all sum
mer, ihe labor troubles are all set
tled) and everythhg in moving to-
Many of the Japanese are leaving
Olowalu and this plantation is some
.vhat shorthanded at present. As
soon as the Japs tire of enjoying the
giddy whirl at Honolulu, they will
probably lind their way back to
It. C. & S. Co.
There are two or three months of
grinding yet ahead of the mill nt
Spreckelsville. The output this year
will exceed that of last year, and if
sufficient labor can be had, Manager
Lowrie will be handling a 30,01)1) tons
proposition inside of three vcars.
Paia and Hainakuapoko.
These two plantations have both
lone very well this season. The
Hainakuapoko mill has finished its
un for the season, and the Paia
mill has about four weeks work a
head of it.
The Wailuku mill has closed its
un for the season, with a record
breaking tally, over 8000 tons of
sugar, ihe plantation will do even
better next season, and hi a few
years, when other lands and water
belonging to the company become
available, the output will be doubled.
Appointments by the President,
Sanford B. Dole, Governor.
Henry E. Cooper, Secretary.
W. F. Frear, Chief Justice.
Antonio Perry, First Associate
Clinton A. Galbraith, Second As
Abaam S. Humphreys. Judge
R. B. Silliman, Judge First Cir
John W. lvalue. J.Tudgc Second
Yv'. S. Edings, Judge Third Cir
Gilbert F. Little, Judge Fourth
J. Hardy, Judge Fifth District
Morris M. Estee, United States
John C. Baird, United States Dis
Daniel A. Ray, United States
E. R. StackJblo, Cillector of
William Haywood, Collector In
J' M. Oat, Postmaster.
J. A. McCandless, Superintendent
of Public works.
Alatau T. Atkinson, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction.
E. P. Dole, Attorney General.
Arthur M. Brown, High Sheriff.
Charles F. Chillingworth, Dupty
Potter in Paris
Major George C. Potter, secre
tary of tho Hawaiian Commission,
has officially notified Governor Dole
of his arrival in Paris and the selec
tions of the exhibit space in the Pal
ace of the Trocadero. This letter
is dated June 12, four days later
thau the one written to R. W,
Single, which appeared cjcusively
in the Advertiser of the last Satur
pay. The exhibite was "still some
where between Havre and- Paris"
when he wrote, and tho chances
are that the Hawaiian exhibit will
not be placed before the middle of
this month owning to the mlatorincss
of the French railway officials.
After writing upon private matters,
Mr. Potter states: ''Mr. Irwin ar
rived in Paris two days ago. As
soon as Mr. Peek returns from Lon
don where he is visiting for a few
days, the Hawaiian Commission, will
mnVe'it formal call on him anil also
upon the French Commissioner,- Gen
'Our' exhibit. ha arrived safely at
Havre and may be Al"',i though I am
informed at fheHhco''tlat aiie usual
litiieiroin Havre to Filrts'for exhibi
tion matter Is- three weeks. ' Passen
gers make the trip in five1 'flays.
French railway officials are Very lc
liberate and cannot be hurried. The
space assigned to us is in the Palace
of the Trocadero, a permanent build
ing, ft is in one of the quarters be
tween the exhibits 'of the Islands of
Cuba and Ireland" about 40 feet long
and nyia'foet wide.. In this space I
think wc C"n make a very creditable
showing. ' 11
A Fourth o? July Picnic.
A largo number of the residents
of Makawao, Paia, Hainakuapoko
and Spreckelsville Assembled at the
esidence of Dr. E. G, Recktvith
to celebrate the Fourth. The
grounds were gaily decked with bunt
ing and flags; their spactousuess
affording ample opportunity for
games and tennis, which were in
dulged in until the call for lunch,
After lunch there were speeches
serious and humorous and singing
of national anthems, when all ad
journed to the polo field adjoining.
very spirited game of polo was
played between two teams captained
by Louis Von Tempsky and W. O.
Aiken respectively, the former be-
the winners. Too much praise can
not be bestowed upon the committee
who had the aff air in charge, for a
most enjoyable and successful Fourth
if July. .
Proposal Cha ne o! Route.
It has been definitely resolved not to
rebuild the Paia depot which was
burned last week. The reason for
this is that the R. R. Co. are plan
ning to make some changes in the line
of the road. At present, Spreckels
ville is on a spur of the track which
leads from Kahului to Paia. Tin
proposed plan is to make the line
from Kahului to Spreelcelsville the
main line and to take tip the track
from the spur to the present site of
t rom bpreckelsville, the line will
run directly to the Paia mill and a
new depot will be built just below the
innl, some half a mile niauka of the
site of tho burned depot. From this
new depot, the line will probably be
extended to the Hainakuapoko mill
and tho whole track will be built on
the same gauge as the Spreckelsville
The proposed change will prove
highly advantageous both the Paia
and the Hainakuapoko plantation.
which at present have long .haul
i rom their nulls to the depot. If the
proposed change should materialize,
the site of the present village of Paia
will probably be abandoned by its oc
eupants, for sites near new depot.
Juxk 13, 11)00
To the Editor of tho Maui News
Dear Sir, One of the tilings that
strikes a new-comer to your city is
the way her representative citizens
are condemned to spend their even
Oi e may see them every night af
ter business is over, either wander
ing aimlessly up and down, or gather
ed m little knots at certain favorite
streets corners. or under a well-known
flowery canopy and in other places
equally unsuitable. Now there seems
to be much amity and good-fellowship
amongst them nobody is too big to
speak pleasantly, and sociably to
every one he meets on tjie street
every one seems to know agood'deal
of every body elses business.
Now why in the name of common
sense can they not get together, and
provide themselves with a public
reading loom and smoking-room ?
When business is over for the. day,
would it not be a convenience and a
source of general well-being if all so
disposed could have the chance to
meet together in social good fellow
ship, to discuss the news of the day,
the chances of business, politics, lit-,
craturc and the general public god?
Isevy laws, new times, and much
change is ahead of us-woulu it not be
well if it were thoroughly discussed
and thrashed out in public? And
where could this be done so well, as
under the circumstance and : ur
rnundings I have just indicated? Wiil
you not weigh these things, Mr. Kdi
tor, and lend Wailuku ti e help. of
your influence for tho consummation
of so good a purpose.
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JCrw York, June :-().- Tore? ,;reut
ocean linersthe Maine:" j5r;fiWii r.iuf
Shale burned to the water's edge.
Twenty-five nnlii m dollars' worth of
Probably il:Jo lives were lost, while
the hopphSils hereabouts are filled to
overflowing with injured, of whom
there arc .'ih0('
Washington, Jme HO. On tiie
receipt today of the important news
from Admiral Kemptf mul Consul
Ragsdalc at Tieti-Tmn that the
foreign minister were on June 1 !'t n
given twenty-four hours to leave
Pekin, a conference was calhd. at
which were present Secretary Long,
Secretary Hav and Secretary Root.
eprcsenting the Navy, State, and
The matter before the conference
was the obvious implication from A
miral Kempff that the ministers hue
been handed their passports, which
was if true, an actual declaration
)f war by China agahiwt all of the
powers represented at itkui.
Washington. June SO. The Navj
Department entertains the graves',
fears that the famous battlesh'p Ore
gon, which is aground off' How Kc
island, will be lost to the navy. Secre
tary Long, however, hopes that the
condition of the vessel is not as bad
as the reports indicate.
W. O. Aiken. E-Jrj., l::i.s this day
been appointed a Notary, Public
for the Second Judicial Circuit of
the Territory of Hawaii
EDMUND P, DOLE,
OHHori t9 ll-in At !:,'i'n..u ( .fn-invjil
Honolulu, July 2. 1000.
Undei the Unite.! States law
oti anu aiier juue 1, i;uu, an
ilanninjr receipts must bear, a
ne-cent Docivr.entarv War Ta:.
Stamp on the o;;V';.uu, tUiphcutc
. . . 'i
Shippers are wtjuested to afli:,
the stiuuns accorcunr' to law. ai i.
be received other
a statement ol M
Intku.-Isi.am) Steam Nav. Co,
SVii.iikh's Stea-msiiii' Co.
Customers . are informed that
every check, draft or order, drawt
on or after June 14th, l'.HHI, payable
at sight or on demand, must hav
thereon a two-cent U. S. Internal
Revenue st.nnp. cancelled by th(
initials of the drawer and date of issue
before it will be paid, received oi
deposit, or taken for collection.
The negotiation or payment of an
check, draft or order, without sucl;
cancelled stamp affixed will bi
violation of the U. S. Revenue Law
and will lender the maker lia'o'e t(
the prescribed penalty.
jj '.Stamp for above purposes will b(
supplied to customers at face value
by . the: uudersigned, or can . be
obtained at the U. S. Internal
llevenu office, corner Fort & Allen
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BirJcehii'd Pi&.s from
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fixosllont Spars ?roin
30 to 00 feet lonf,.
Straight; freo from Knots.
KAHULUI R, R. Co.
Matt. McCann PaoriuETon
American & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale a0' Wine--
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui II. 1.
And Dealers In
Wilder S. S. Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
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A General Banking
Comiuercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit Issued
available in all tho princi;;?
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Special attention iven
to the business entrusted to u
by our friends of the othe
islands, either as deposits, cci
lections, insurance or request
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