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Pay your taxes and register-, if .yviu
Want to vole.
Have you got your ticket for" tr
' Mis? ftovvena Riehardson has bePtl
iioiiVtcd to teach at the AYajluku
, Grair-mr School n?xt term. !
Mr. ItiVali Coke, a brother of At tor
ney Jaittes Coke,, arrived on the Clau-
dine, aceoni Rallied by his wife. They
will both teach at AYaihee.
WANTED -To Vmde a new Kroner
Piano for two )r three sjood horses
Address or telephone OfHee Mai
News for partiridars
The ofliee of the labor biKomiof the
Mam Planters Association will oh
Monday be removed "to Kahnlui, on
account of its more central location
Dr. John Weddick lmft been niady a
full fledged cithen of the United
States. Ye offer cougrat u'ations both
to the doctor and U)' the United
States. .. '
Mr. J. N. K. Keola has bV;cn ap
pointed to fill tho vacancy crofted in
th'6 board of rejistratin by V.id resig
rtatiou of Mr. Keliinoi. Tlie board are
ii. Session today. '
Mr. E. G. Carrc-ra h:v) resigned uis
position as manager of the. Kihei
J Plantation Store; ' lib will be suceede-1
:; by Mr. Anderson, forinsr assistant
bookkeeper at Kihci Plantation. '
jjr. .wauei lieers, u. u. lias
secured an office in Chase's Photo
graphic Oal'ory, where she can be
fbund On und after Tuesday npxt by
those dcsirifig her professional sor
We reffret to have to announce the
death of Mrs. Frank Enos, the wife
of tho forsn'ian in tho N kws ofliee.
Tuberculosis, from which she had for
some time been a sufferer, was the
'cause of death-,
, 'A special term of the Circuit
Court was called on Thursday, and
the Coiirt will meet every day next
week, for trie purpose of naturalizing
aliens. No grand iitrv will be called
for this term of Court.
The young 'ontlpireii of Wailuku
yave a dance at thu Court Houso on
Wednesday evening, which was large
ly attended by many visitors from
'Kahului, Spreckelsville and Makawa?
who came on a special train.
. (5a Wednesday evening, Miss G race
Walker of Kahului was married to V,
A. Vetlesefi of Wailuku, Rev. V.r.
Ault officiating. They Will make their
home on Lovers' Tjano', Wailuku, op
posite Dr. Armitage's residence.
Mr. Joaquin G arcia, the manager
of the Wailuku Dramatic & Musical
Society has been up to his eyes in bus
iness this week, and has brought the
entertainment under his manage meet
up to a high degree of excellence
Don't miss seeing it.
Bro. Frank, principal of St. Antho
ny's School, Wailuku, . painted and
presented to Attorney George Hons
beautiful picture of the Volcano at
'Mauua L;a hi active eruption-. As i
work of art it is far above tho worl
'of an amateur, and marks lirothei
Frank as an artist of exceptional
On Monday night, tlie Republican
..Precinc't.Club. of Wailuku met and so-
'.lectqd an election board, consisting of
L. M, Iiuldwin, Charles Lennox and
'John Silva. Tho election of delegates
to. the district convention will bo held
.this afternoon and evening, from
"three till nine o'clock, at the Wailuke
.. .Professor John A. Moore of the
...Wailuku Grammar School lias sent in
his resignation, to take elf.-'' at once.
He has been contemplating this step
for some time, and feeling unequal
to the tasjc of taking up his work in
..school this term, he has resigned for
the purpose ol taking a trip to the
Coast, hoping to be benefitted there
by. Mr. A.T. TTageriCimp left for Hana
on Wednesdays Claud hie t trite
charge of theUana store, suefccding
.Mr. A. Omsted. Mr. Hi'geiieninp is
well known on Maui a- cic of t! i
most popular men, both socially and
-from a business point of vi ".v on thi
Island, and the Han a !' is to be
.sincerely congratulated on having se
cured his services.
The Evening Bulletin of Honolulu
is tho oldest daily and the best news
medium on ths Islands. Full Associ
ated Press dispatches up to the hour
cf the steamer's departure from San
i Francisco,- insure iu ven.l.'rs the
latest possible foreign news by each
.steamer. "AH the news .'! the
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A Princely Domain.
Tlie News is indebted 1o Prof,
Johu A. Moore, principal of tho Wai
luku Union School, who has recently
been visiting Hawaii, for the follow
.1 .... ' I a
lvg lnicresting details (-oncoming
Hit? Lniikoa Stock ranche belonging
W. tho Homers on Hawaii.
this ranche is divided into 2f! nnd
d.n'tcS hr Inelosures the entire areoof
which is about :5,ll() acres, varying
from m to (HUM) acres each. Mr-
Robert Horner is the manager of
this vast enterprise, and the sys
tematic. arrangement of details is ad
niirable. Each leading family of run
111113 and of trotting stock, of Hols
tein, of Hereford, and even of thoi
ough bred chickens-, lms Its separate
paddock. The dairy t'ows alouo have
a paddock of 3(H acres, the general
herd being kept in i (i(M)(l ucr-i pad
t tho head of tho stud on this
ranche are some of the finest strains
of blood procurable, hi the United
States, and the 'individual represen
tatives of each of those dilferent
strains is vvor'hy of his lineage
Sydney, "Stacy, Adrian, Hawaiian and
Hollywood are tho lending stallions
The raising of mules is also an iinpor
taut fcaturo, several paddocks being
devoted to this purpose alone. Be
sides tho blooded stock, there are
half a dozen draft stallions of an
proved breed. There are about 30(1
milk cows at tho dairy ranche, and
An a smaller paddock are kept a num
be.r Qf very choico milch cows for
sale. Among tho choice breeds of
chickens are whitq and brown leg
hdrs, Plymouth Rocks, buff Cochins,
black Minorcas and light brahmas.
Incubators are successfully used.
very novel and interesting meth
od of handling unruly ' wild cattle
has Wvn adopted. Twelve or four
teen largo bullocks, knows as pin
bullocks have been trained for tin.-
service, v lion a wild or unruly
animal has been lassoed, it is tied to
t ree. Then one of thes,o pin bullocks
is driven alongside of it, and the two
are .fastened neck to neck by a short
stout chain and turned loose. The pin
bullock understands his business and
at once starts for tho paddock
sometimes several mile away. If
the victim is a willing one they soon
arrive at tho paddock, but occasionl-
ly the wild animal tries to go back to
its range and a battle royal of brute
strength ensues The pin bullocks
are lusty fellows however and always
bring their coiripanions to tho pad
dock, although there aro instances
whero it has taken a bullock two
flays to laud his unwilling victim. No
less amusing is the method of taking
unruly stock to the slaughter house.
ncii 0110 reruses 10 do uriver, lie is
lashed to a pin bullock asd tho two
are turned out of the paddock. The
pin bullock knows what is expected
of him, and marches off alone with
h's unruly mate, never stonimn? till
they reach the slaughterhouse, some
five or six miles from tho paddock.
In connection with the ranche,
there is u coffee plantation of 14(1
acres under the immediate manage
ment of Mr. John Hornor. This
plantation produces some "of the
finest coffee raised on the Island, and
is set to Costa Rica, Mocha and Java
plants. On account of the low price
of coffee, the ci'dp for tho past two
years has not yet been marketed.
A large sugar plantation, under
the management of Albert Horner
forms a very important adjunct to
this property, and is yielding a large
and increasing amount of sugar
Whom Sholl.We Send?
The time for selecting a delegate
to congress is drawing near, and with
due defcreneo to Attoruej' Poepoe,
one is to be elected this fall. Hon.
Samuel Parker aiid Judge Little are
sp.jken of on Hawaii. Mr. ParKcr is
unquestionably the more popular man
of the two, but Judge Little would
o better work, on account of his fa
miliarity with men and things in the
Unite! St itcs. The only thing t be
cared is that he wou.d allow his prc
U'lices in favor of Hih aud against
Honolulu to iuflueuco lum unduly.
On M mi, Hon. II. P. Baldwin is the
only one mentioned so far, but It is
oubtful whet'ier his business would
low him to serve. No Letter man
could bo selected, if ho would tako
ho nomination. Colonel W. H. Corn-
well of waikapu and Attorney Geo.
Hons of wailuku Would either pi'mbe
an available man, but tho latter will
be needed iu the legislature this, ses-
ion, and with a Republican congress
twould probably be ..wisher to send
republican, in orde;' to get what
Hawaii "'ants from tho uext con-
L 1 i :; .' - 1 '. j i a ore complex-
proposition. There are plenty of
brainy inch In Honolulu, and some
who would do yeoman's ncrviec for
tho Islands, but there arc buts. W
O, Smith's name naturally suggests it
self, but he, like several other strop
men, Is handicapped by affiliation
which render him unpopular with the
newer element of his party. A. V
Gear is u new man and perhaps as
unobjectional as any one who could
be named, so far as uffiliations and
tho influence of personal surrounding
aro concerned. Sunt. John McCan
dless of tlie Board of Public Work-
would m many respects make r.n
ideal delegate, in case the toga
placed on his shoulders, being n prao
tical man and well acquainted witl
the needs of the whole group.
John Holt, John A. ise and Attor
ney McClanahon aro all strong and
influential men, quite worthy of the
honor, but the same doubt arises
their case as of other democrats, un
dc r present cojiditious, although some
stoutly maintain that a deniocra
would be quite cs useful us a republi
can in tho next congress.
Of course Robert Wilcox is not to
be thought of a mono nt by those who
have the good of tlie Territory at
heart, still there is a possibility that
Robert may win out over better men.
There are several men 111 Ins own
party who would be much more help
ful in congress than he.
In this matter, tho News disclaims
any desire to influence unduly any se
lection that may be made, and merely
Jesires to draw the attention of the
laity to a very serious and momen
tous question which will soon engage
their careful consideration.
Open for Business.
Another new enterprise has been
s'-iccessfully launched in Wailuku.
Macfarlane & Co.'s wholesale and re
tail liquor house is now open for
business. The building which they
occupy, adjoining the saiooii) is ;
lirgo, airy and commodious, strue
uro, the plans for which w'eroi espe
cially prepared by Thos. McTighe, of
Macfarlanp & Co. for the purposes
l.itended, j -
Seven hundred packages arrived
front the Coast on tho Watson for
this firm, including whiskeys,,' bran
dies, boer and an assortment of In -
glenook wines, sauterne and claret,
and also Case clarets from Kohler &
Van Bergen. A shipment of foreign
liquors arrived on Wednesday's Clau-
dine, including gin, brandy, apolina
rius and Satiefbrunnen.
The prices fixed on these goods by
by this house are low enovgh to suc-
uessfully meet all competition.' Mr.
W. G. Scott, assisted by Antonio
Garcia will have charge of both the
saloon and the wholesalo house, Mr.
Thos. McTighe came over last week
to assist In getting things into run
ning order, and will return to Hor.o
lulu tonight on the Claudine.
Tho Department of Public Iustrue
tion has adopted a rulo that all
teachers in its employ must, at the
commencement of their service and
on or beforo the first of August iu
each year thereafter, present to the
Department a certificate from some
egularly licensed practitioner, sta
ting that they are free from tuber
culosis or other communicable disease
and that they aro physically able to
discharge the duties of teachers.
Blank forms for certificates will be
prepared and forwarded to the
School Agents, who will furnish them
to teachers as may be needed;
Health ci rtlficates as provided for
above are to be forwarded to tie
Secretary of the Department before
tho beginning ( f tho coming terms. '
C. T. RODGERS ,
WAILUKU & KAHULUI
Mr, Wilitum E. Bal has this day
been appointed Suoerintendent of the
Wailuku and Kahului Water Works.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works Office,
Honolulu, August C, 111)0.
Cornerro rt iwl Hotel Slrccu. f
Notice. is hereby given that tho fv.l
lowing appointments have been mad
in the Road Board of liana, Island 1
K. S. Sjerdrum. C'iiiiinna
D. H. Mapihaa Menibc
R. J. McGettigan, Slcinbe
Supt. of P.ililie Works,
Public Works Office,'
Honolulu, Aug. 1 $. ir'i.
Tho undersigned having Urn r.i
pointed Adiviinisti ator cf 1 -m Fstati
of Rollo T. Wilbur. l;i!r of Kannlo
.uololuu, (eceased lntosta'e. uolici
is hereby given to a'-l P'-i'son havinj
claims against tin- suid cstnte t
present tueir claims thilv aiithenll
..... 1 -.in. ... ,
vawu vwui proper voiipners, 1; air-
exist, even if the dujni is. reaml
morgage upon real '.-.ulf. - tt
undersigned nt his residence at Na
hiku, Maui, or to his son Geo. V.
rVilbur, at Tlamakuapokn. Maui
within six months from date hereof
or they will be forever burred.
R. T. WILTJUR,
AdiniuistratorEst.it:! of.R.lb ?
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st, the following
regulations 111 regard to freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad
company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will be received at
any or me depots unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
tlie law directs. Blanks mav be ob
tained of any of the Station Aironts
i. No freight will be received un
I . ' i . 1 .
icss delivered at tep it .10 minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
Claudine" to Honolulu or way worti-
must be delivered at Kidiujui before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
JUst ,.iaui ports must bo delivered
at Jvahului before ! u. m. qf sailirir
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd 11)00.
WAILUKU DRAMATIC ,
At tiu Wailuku Union iCjl,jol
September 8, I9-0O.
A Choice Selection of
Tiiriliing Two Act Drama.
A Roaring Faivr.
A Comical PLv in one t-'c-eiie.
Doors Ojicii at 7,15. lbrrcrthaneeJ
at H o'eloek sharp
Genera! Admission. V.
Reserved Seats. .....
R. A. WADSWORTH
Constantly on Hand
Cdory & Iron j
Duli vury Viigon ' ' will ' 'visit fl
Aniluku Mondnys, Wednesdays
md Saturdays; Hniku, Tuesday
and Fridays; KiV'i, Mmidavs
.md Thursdays: Knhului. Mon
day;; and Si'.turdiiys; Spreckels
ville. Wodnosduys and Thurs-
t Cffc-s Adro.-s:
Waul Soda & hzs Works!
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
W. H. KING
C,)rner Main & Market Streets. .
Plans anil estimates furnished.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on Hand.
Cabinet Work a Specialty.
W. H. KING
G. MACFARLAXE& Co., Ltd.
Pure American and
Beer & VAlnos
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
M.vrr. McC.ix.v Pn-ii'itiKToii
American & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale and Wine--
Ice Cold Drinks
iifiaina, Maui lit l
C Peacoc-k a Co,
GREEN RiVER WHISKEY
O. V. C. Special
nm um & tonic
Wrle Brlarfl & Roger,
French Brandies and
Sltir ci ti rci Champngne
arid Table wines.
. All L(:adin(v Brunds
PHONE 4j,, .. ; . HONOLULU
TPIOrtE PTPrfT, 'Hn.O, H All
iKinder. H Beach
Plumkrs 'k Pipe-Fitters
h . 'Material fitmislvod to
t tJonnoct'on Ah City
30 to 60 fat Ipnt
KAHULUI a. ' R. Co,
R. R. CO.
CO All ''
If S. S Odv
forminals at Wailukif,
Paia. . . .
ISHOP & CO
A General Banking
Commercial and Traveler'a
r.6tt6V of Credit Issued
availaljli'T-iu all ttio princi,i'D,
cities of tlie wiVltl.
Spdcia! attention invert
to the business entrusted to f
by our friends of tin; otbej
islands, eitlu r. a-i doiiositij,,
,let.i(ji)s,. insurance or request
Rinfe'r Battled f eer, of Seattle
C. Carpy 4 c. tnt'e Sam Wina
Cellars and Distil'ltry, Napa, Cal .
Jesse Moore Whiskey
tream Pure Rye Whiskey
long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old f ofrWn Whiske'j
J F Ct'tter's Whiskey .
Moet& Chandon hit3 Sial Cham
pagnes. A", tt; DsciViNS,
M Ul, H. I
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