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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, August 25, 1900, Image 3',
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AfoMftvy George Hons returned
TVvm Honolulu lust night pa the Ma
Ana toft .
Mr. tfVkcr of Gregg & Co. re
turned t. Maui lust week from a
f rtnlght'i sueue.-nful business trip to
Mr. Shan1, the itonqlulu tax asses
si;1, has cA:Ai river 1 Miui to cool
6IT and rusticate Mr a few duj's in
John Jones, representing Mclncr
ny's Shoe St. ire in Ho-.iolulu is now ,
paying hi Annual Visit to Maui with,
ad elegant stock of foot gear.
Thos. McTighe, representing Mac
firlane & Co came over ort Tftc Clau
'Aine, accompanied by his Wife, and
hcy Will tcinain till the tirtl Of Sep
tember. Mr. T;Vyl6r, auditor for Alexander
Baldwin, arrived on the. Claudine
t) spend several weeks on Maui. He,
(dates tint he may make his home
ermancn'tly in Wailuku.
ReV. V Afil't returned to Maui
Yhis nornlng from Hawaii, und will
fvMd service tomorrow morning at C,
'o'clock 'and apain it 11 o'clock, at the
Anglican Church in Wailuku.
This seems to bo an era of new
buildings no) only in Wailuku and
Kahuloi. bat also throughout ail cen
tral Maui, and the lumber yard of the:
K. R. K. Co. d.Vn) a land oiHeo
Mr. F. J. 'Wheeler, booUrr-opi-r for1
the Wailuku Plantation, who has;
been visiting the Cjast with his j
Timily for a couple of months has re
turned to Honolulu and will be on
Maul next week. !
Mr. W. T. Rr.ji:Vw:i, Wailuku'sj
'new pdst!m;aster, is simply a jewel of:
a Nasby, everything being run like;
'clock work. If he had his just deserts
he would so sn bo pro:n Jte.l to a fourth
assistant p Ht rh.i iter general's billet.
Mr. Jas. T. Taylor, Supt. of con
struction of t?lo Wailuku & Kahului
water works returned to Maui on
Wednesday, to superintend the com
pletion of the reservoir and pipe lay
; ing at tho niauka end of the pipe lino.
i)r. Beer., tho djntLit uv.v Stop
ping at liAtiaiua, will visit Wai
luku next week, on Tuesday on pro
fessional business. Those disiriugfier
.'professional services will find her at
tha Windsor Hotel -Until further no
tice. Work will be bogun on Monday on
'ihn pniistrui-'tion of a lararo sugar
warehouse on the site of the recently
burned depot at Paia. It wJLU Reused
only as a warehouse, and the Paia
'jnnnt. wltl remain where t now
Japanese Tabor 6u Maui Is still very
ritlcss, wandering from one ' plan
tation to another, only to remain for
a few days. Wailuku plantation man
ages to hold its own andia little more
in the matter of labor, but the per
sonnel of tlio labor is. kaleidoscopic
A large safe lias been purchased
by the government und shipped to
Wailuku for the use of tile W ailukn &
Kalmiui water works. It has been
placed in the office of tliei works,
hi the rear of tho Circuit Court room
'in the Wailuku court hoYtse, adjoin
ing Judge Kaliia's chambers.
Manager Lindsay of PMa Planta
tion is enlarging the Paia rt&utation
'store, to accommodate increasing'
busiuess. Tho office has been moved
away from the side of the fctorc, and
is place will bo occupied by an ex
tension which will givo the store
nearly double its present width. A
new office is being "built adjoining the
The 'attention of shippers is ear
nestly invited to the notice of the
Kahului R. R. Co., appearing this
week. The regulations specified will
"take 'effect on the lirst of September,
"and will be strictly' adhered to by the
compuuy and it will save much
trouble and annoyance if shippers
will familiarize themselves With the
The Fveiinig Bulletin of Honolulu
is the oldes daily and the best news
medium on the Islands. Pull Associ
ated Press dispatches up to the hour
of the "steamer's departure from San
"Francisco, insure it j readers the
"latest possible foreign news by each
steamer. '"All tho news all the
vJame" is its motto. SiiLvcriptiou
rates. S.f'0 'per year, inwtvauec
Tho question .of the' jurisdiction of
the district maVistrate at Wailuku
'to "act as a committing magistrate in
the higher grade of criminal offences
Ws raised this week iu re Puaa
TCokoke charged . with gross cheat;
Ms honor hefd Ifcat Voder the
listing conditions, district magif-
tratenttitht? second judicial circuit
have juidit'tten In such euies.
There will be a public meeting tff
tho Republican Club of Waiftiku at
the court house on Monday eVcning(
Aug. 27, at, 7 o'cldck Tor 'the -pftrpofte
of organizing Precinct Clubs and for
mutating plans for the coming cafn
Wailuku is to be amused. Mr. John
Garcia haft organized an amateur
theatrical and musical society which
will make its collective bow beforo
the public on Saturday, September 1.
Tho young folks arc busy rehearsing,
and the 'entertainment promises to
be of moue than usual merit. This
will be tho first of a series of bi
monthly cntertaihnYents. "A speciai
train will be run ffom Paia, Spree
kelsvilh) and Iyahului, if desirable
Samuel Kamaknfa, the original
leader of tho Hawaiian Band is now
visiting Maui. He is arranging to se
cure a string band to assist him and
and when he succeeds, he will favor
the people of Wailuku with some ex
cellent solo work on his elegant gold
crtrnet. Ho is very anxious for the
kamaainas of Wailuku to hear the
song, "O Maul no ka Ch, with the
variations which "he lias composed as
Wo were this week shown some
peaches and lemons grown by Mr. E.
II. Bailey at his Makawao ranehe,
whith were notably choice fruit. The
peaches wero grown on treos import
ed from Florida, and are quite equal
to the Florida peaches m size and
aroma, and but little behind them in
flavor. Tho lemons are quite as largo
and of equal quality with tho cele.
brated California lemon. This is an
object lesson in tho possibilities of
fruit culture on Maui.
The Maui Telephone Co. have about
completed the now system-, with 'a
centialin Wailuku under tho man
agement of Mr. Charles Brown. Indi
vidual servlco has been giver. and
Maui is really to bo congratulated on
its telephone service. Supt. Curley
made the change from the old to the
new system without muking a break
in tho regular telephone service,
which was really quite & feat. The;
new appliances aro of the most ap"
provet pattern, a'nd the result is
that tho Maui so'rVico is "secdiid to
none in efficiency.
Giiava and t'ofia Je'fly.
To Mr. E. H. Hailey of Wailuku
must be accorded the credit of hav
ing introduced a new enterprise on
Maul which will'in time develop into
a very profitable 'one, that of manu
faeturin guava jellY( on a large
scale for the home and 'foreign mar
Ho already has a large quantity of
the manufactured jelly on hand, and.
H preparing to put in a steam' plant
for its more rapid manufacture. -He
is n egotiating witli a prominent Ho
nolulu firm who desiro to I audio his
entire output, and also has an agent;
lx)king up tho matter on the Coast.
His factory will probably be estab-l
lished in Makawao, adjacent to large
tracts of guava forests. .
In addition to this, he lias plowed)
up about fifty acres, , of land at his)
Makawao ranehe, with'a view of set-i
ting it out to poha. Tho -poha makesi,
the best jelly and jam 't$f any island'
fruit, and bears prolihcally. For
merly tliero were hundreds of acres of
poha bushes in the pasture lands of
Makawao uiid Kula, but file ravag
es of cattle have nedrty destroyed
t'.vm. Mr. Bailey will firit experi
ment with a few aciTS, but a3 the in
dustry develops, he will enlargv his
acreage to supply the demand. .
He will put out the poha seed iu aj
nursery" at first, and transplant
them. The 'poha is an annual, and
will bear fruit in six months. This
will doubtless prove the luceptiou of
a very important industry on Maui,
and if he 'proves successful, it is quite
sure that'tho'usawds of acres in Ma
kawao and Kla will eventually be
planted to poha.
Old timers say thnt before the
ravages of the cattlo destroyed tin;
poha bushes, one could go out with
a rhovei and shovel them up by the
basket full under ;evcry clump of
poha bushes, and 'the re is doubt bur"
that with cultivattilni the '-yield "will
be improved both in tiuahtity 'and
'7t is such erttriTriees as these
that wl'l teach thi 1oople of Maui
that 'fhere are forttii'.es in tnany "n-f!
dustrlos right here waiting to Bo do-(i
veloied, thus showing the fallacy of
believing that suar Is tlie onhu
rnoty"fnat')r on' tho'lfsf.oi'Ts.
Mr, Geo. W. Carr. Assistant Supt.
of RailwAy Vnail service, ka been de
tailed wtwie to thp isiHiiys. and my
out th) rtostftflroutesj He will prone to
waut tiiB itmvr pavt nf mourn,
to lay out th postal routes on this
Island. An koon its laid out. ho wil)
forward a report and dift of thf
routes to Washington, and as soon as
approvedi bids for tendprs will be
published and posted ftt tu.eh of the
post offices on thelslantl.
Mr. Hall states that it Was tho In
tention of tho department td to'tab-
Ush an overland postal "ftim IfiWh
Wailuku to Hana.but hkfl is qUlte
dlHiuult to got postrMstrrs for the
minor offices betweon Wailuku and
Hftna. That is the only rcasmi tliat
tlipy have boon discontinued, and it
is ( b'e hopod that somo ono can be
found to take theso offlcos,
A new postal rule that recently
went into effect is thftt persons who
through carelessness or f mm any oth
er reason take mail from tho office
that belongs to another, and who full
to return tho same, are liable to a fine
of $50(1 or Ano year's imprisonment.
Ttils applies to newspapers thus tak-
eu from the posll-offieo as well as
other mail matter, ;
Mrs. R, R, Berg and family are
guests of Manager Gjerdrunr, Mrs.
Lawrence and daugater of Honolulu
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Moller.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wells ot Wai-j
luku were, the guests of Manager!
Meyer at Hanioa last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Iiowrie ofl
Spreckclsville Were ht Nahlkulnst
week. Mr, Lowrie was much impress
ed with the outlook for r. cane plan,
tatlon at Nahiku owning th the a
bundant water supply. There has
been a great deal of rain during the
past mouth, and the c ane looks flourish
ing. A portion of the bluff overhanging
the old trail at Ulainu pall, half way
between Hana and Nahiku caved
down, filling tho trait and throwing
all tho travel on tho new road, which
Is now quite a thoroughfare for over
Mr. Raven, the civil engineer at
Haua, has gone to Lahatna to look
after the railroad contract of Hugh
Howell, who has been quite ill with
malaria, but who is how able to be
out again. W. L. Hardy has also
had a severe attack of la grippe, b'tit is
now convalescing. .
Salvation Army Meetings.
Meetings will bo conducted at tlie
iuuuiuK juuecs ims coming week: i
Wailuku, Sat. 'evening, Aug. 25.1
i i . . ,
" Suii. " ' 2(i.
(Jail meeting at 11 a. m. and
Junior meetings in-Wailuku aud Ka
hului every Sunday afternoon at
3 p. m.)
Hamakuapoko, Tues'. eye., Aug. 27.
Spreckclsville, Wed. " ' 2S.
Kaliulul, Thttf-. ' i ' 20.
Kihei, Fri. " '' 311'
Everybody is invited to attend
j. a. jJAMifrcrrRY,
Vsesela Arrived Kahului. 1
Aug. 'MSch. G.V7. Watson, Peterson,
. from S. F.
T2 Scli. Emma Claudine, Mik.
kelsoii, from Eureka.
Vetiehiln Port KahuJui
Am. sp. Bangalore, A. Blanchard,,
from Honolulu July tst. io lbadl
sugar for Philadelphia. . !
Ani. sch. S. T. Alexander, M. A.f
Ipsen, 19 days friim Sun ;S an-'
cisco with general mcrchaiififi'e,;
Am. sp. Yosemite. C. O. Audersoii,
74 days from Newcastle with
coat, Aug, 3.
Br. bk. An'tiope, G. W. Murray, 20
days from Ladysmith, B. C.
Am. scli. Eureka, Sciiou. ik days
from Aberdeen, Ci'ays Harbor
Am. sch.G. W, Watson, R. Petersen,
15 days from San Franc'scd,
t ith general merchandise. '
Am. sch. Emma Claudine, Mik kelson,
1!) days from Eureka, with lum
Aug. '2 Sch, -ingTyrus, Vhi4j'.Mi!
sen for Huhibold in Ir lku t.
Am. sp. Wucnussett, Ca'f L. I ambetlij
. now 103 davs frHr. Veweastle
Am. ep. Henry Fuillnff
from N. S'crk. Raufc
Am. sp. S. P. Carleton
fph rf'i reTTs k Coi .
XoWcc (b hereby given that the ful
JowTWJ appointments have been nmde
In ?f6 Road BoiU'iJ of Htta, Island of
S'. 3 jerdrum -'nr.tlvuKut
D, H. Napihna Mi'tiiber
J, McGettigun, Methber
Supt, of Public Wni'k.
Publi Works Office,
Honolulu, Aug. 14, MOO,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Thf undersigned having 'tfivii ap
pointed AAr.ifnlstratih'-Vf Vl'n F.slu'.e
of ftollo T. Wf.bur, lute '6'f Kihih1,
Mo'ln'kai, deeehBVtl ihtes'tafe, notice
Is heroby given t all persi'iiu having
claims against the said estate In
present t'ueir claims duly authenti
cated with proper vouelu rs. U any
exist, even if the claim in secured by
morgage upon real estate, to tl,
undersigned at his residence at Xa
hiku, Maui, or to his son f!eo. W.
Wilbur, at Hamakuapoko, Maui.
wl thin six months from date hereor,
or they will be forever barred.
r. t. winrnj;;.
Adininist'ra'to.r Estate of Rolln T.
HiOTICB TO SHIPPZR.
On SeiVtember 1st, tho following
regulations in regard to freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. ' No freight will be received at
any of the depots unless aeeonipuuied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped ns
the law directs. Blanks may l e ob
tained of any of the Station Agents,
2. No freight will be received v,n
less delivered at depot HO 'minutes'
before departure of trains.'
3. Freight for shipment per S S.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before 1) a. ih'. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILL 12R.
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd MOO.
At the Wailuku Union jSihocl
September ly 1900.
A Choice Selection ot
t?on(jrt ill d
Thrilling Two Act Drama.
A Roariny Farce.
A Coinieul Plivy in one St imhv
oor's Open at ?:!.;. l i
' at 8 o'clock ti) rp
(ienVral Admission . . . .
tleser'ed Seats ...'.'.'. .
WAILUKU & KAHULUI
Mr. William E. JJat bus tlitH day
been appointed fM'tintivrtdcn1t of tire
Wailuku and Kaln'Wi iVtf&r Work
11: V. MrCANDIiESK,
SnitiM WendeitV!f luiHv W&r&i.
Public Works OUicc,
Honolulu, August . IjtOO.
ciVnrt.iiWn frf- f'M sieves, irtw
ownvd h. VtU Tomsky arid
Li'jn Tat Sun,
A very low price will bo uskod
t' nvoiil ox)bkko of Court luirti-
tiou and .sale. Inquire f
DAVIS & UEAIii
Attorneys t Lav.
JuJUl Bunding. Honolulu, H. T.
W. H. KINO
Corner Main A Market Streets.
Flans and estimates furnished.
WAGON ti CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on Hand.
Cabinet Work a Specialty.
W. H. KINC
G. MACFAIRLANE& Co., Ltd. '.
Pure American and
Beer & A)ities
Ice Co Id brinks
Ojp. Wailuku Depot . '
WAILUKU. - - MAUlJ
?.krr. Mi CIn Pjioi-gjExon
American & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale0 W1ne
Ice Cold Drinks
Loiaina, Maui !K h
W 0 Peacock s Co.
reN RIVER WHISKEY;
O. V. C. Special
TABST ELtU ATONIC
Mrle lrU:rcl 3c ftfger;
rt? m o hi Firnclle- and
'M nda rci Charrigne
Ci r ti T' .t. tj 1 e AlntH-.
Ail L.-idini) BraflSt
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... PHi,n 1 hon61uluI
crW'-::ii!:;-,jBRiPQ1u VWitY, HICO, , HAWAII
A c,.-.fi! ' '
Plunten A Pipe-Fitters
Maui. M. It
hVvo'ico oi Realty
Exco173iit Spars from
'30 to 60 feet !on.
Stroifiht; frea from Knotei.!
KAHULUI II fi. 'Cc,
Alu --:-.r, .i'r.: til
Wilder S. S Co,
Tcnninuls at AVailuktf,
BISHOP & CO
;CtVfr:e'ra'l a4?l I'KVyier'Js J
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Letters oT CiidM Issued
Special attention given
to this busiivfts entrusted k
by our friehrls of the ot
islands, either as deposits,
lections, hisuranec or requj
for exehan;e. t.
1 Rairr Bottled B?er, ol Saattlt
U-.ujrp hl 0.. u.nc:3 bim
CciiVr-s and L'fcti!ry, Napa,
Jesss .core Y-'HtVe'
Cream Pur?. Ry$ Whiskoy
Long Hfc hfckey
LexirrC'iubOld Bourbon 'h
j p fhiV-lt'j
Moet't f hidon hit
f j:..L Hutu.
8. R. CO,
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