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, Sei; Notice of Hoard, ;f JegUtra
tjon on second page.
' Have tlic liana Uoa) Board found
out what became of that $150(1?
Mii'.ingor Gjenlruin has succeeded
A. Omstcd us a member of tlio liana
Road B nml.
Jnde Kabul goes to Molokai next
week to lfold a special term of Cir
Mr- W. O. Aiken ha been Inspec
ting the public, lands of East Maui,
jn the interests of the government.
Mr. J. Kennedy of the l'aia store
went over to Nahikn last week, to
take stock of the Xaliiku Plantation
Mrs. W. A. McKay has been elect
ed principal of the Wailuku Gram
mar School, to succeed Prof. John
The Republican District Conven
tion will meet at Wuiluku on Monday,
to elect delegates to the' Territorial
Nearly SftO voters registered in
"Wailuku, principally Hawaiians.
There, will bo lively times here on
: Mr! A. R. UeLane, brother of Mr.
P. McLane of Lahaina has accepted
a position as assistant bookkeeper at
Mr. Frank Enos has resigned his
position as foreman of the NEwS, to
accept a better position on one of the
WANTED To trade a new Krcuger
Piano for two or three good horses.
Address or 1 telephone Oftice Maui
JCews for particulars
' Colonel W. H. Cormvcl'i and Prince
David came to Maui by tho Mauna
Loa, and will look into the political
' situation for a few days.
' F. W. Hardy, R. C. Searle and J.
N. K. Keola, the registration Uoard
for Maui, left on Thursday's Claudine
' for Hana, to register voters on East
Mr. W. W. T'aayer, on the repor
tqrial staff of the Advertiser, is on
Maui this week to write up tho big
'ditch at Spreckelsville, and other
lr-items of interest.
Mrs. G. D. Sc'.irader, who has been
to the Coast on a short visit, return-
ed to Wailuku on the Mauna Loa on
Wednesday, accompanied by her
s$a, Mr. Grx-s? SAuwdiv.
Tom Clark accompanied the Board
nf Registration and H )b Wilcox to
Hana for the double purpose of see
inr that the Hawaiians register and
that B )b dont fool'cm any more.
A pfrand p.iass meeting of dem
ocrats, republicans and independents
will bo held at the skating rink K
nisrht for the purpose qf a friendly
discussion of men and nieasures,
Hon. D: Kahaulclio, Capt. Ahlborn
and Matt Mi-Cann were chosen by
acclamation as delegates from Lahai
na to the Republican district conven
tion, which will meet at Wailuku on
Mr C. B. Wells, manager of the
Wailuku Susrar Co. . leaves for the
Coast via Honolulu on Monday, He
will visit southern California, and
may possibly bring up in New York
, ity sqme where about election aay.
F, H, Hayselden, of Lahaina,
came rqimc on the Claudine to Wai
j, luku on Thursday morning, aiid is
supposed to bo feeling the political
pulses of the "free and independent.
American citizens of central Maui,
fijr. Field, who has boen spending
a week in Honolulu, returned on the
Claudine, with a view of making War
lijku his home, and engaging in busi.
ness hero. He belongs to that class
of .men who will make Wailuku what
jt should be.
'Charley Bridges, tho contractor,
has begun the erection of a new rcs-
idence on Mam Street, between Dr,
Weckuck s ana T. li. Lyons new
homes. This residence is being built
( by tho Wailuku Sugar Co., to bo oc
cupied by head lima, Mr. Marshall,
A meeting of the Kahului boating
club was called for one day last week,
but several who had expressed u
desire to become members failed for
some reason to attend, and the meet
ing was postponed. The matter is
soon to be taken up and pushed to
completion. . . ' '
- The following ji're thoso who
been naturalized iu the Circurit
Court at Wailuku so far: Dr." John
Wddick,'' C. Christofferson, C. L.
Hansen, H. A. Brack, H. Betho. A
h Rogues, J, H. Thomas, P, Pop- j
lowski, Hans Amundsan, A. doRego.
Several more have made application,
whoso cases have not yet been
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On Friday and Saturday of last
week and Monday of this week, heavy
and damaging storms prevailed in
Kula. In many places the corn and
potatoes were washed out of the
ground and lodged in tho Kula road
in largo quantities. Many Portu
guese had built their pig pens in the
beds of the gulches, and when the
freshet cime, it washed them away
and drowned a larged number of
pigs. Mrs. Rudal von Tempsky had
a corral of sixteen calves washed a
way in the same way, but all were
saved except one.
Quite' an Interesting political
scrimmage occured at the Republi
can primaries at Wailuku on Satur
day afternoon. For some reason, Ka
lua and Kaleikau concluded that
they would down George Hons as del
egate to the District Convention.
Consequently they rallied every one
who would consent to sign the Re
publican rolls, and voted -him. Hav
ing, as they supposed, snowed Hons
under pretty plenty, they went to din
ner. Some of Hons' Hawaiian friends,
learning what was on foot, rallied to
his rescue, and when the polls were
closed and the votes counted at nine,
p.- m. ho was found to have been
elected by a handsome majority.
Maui, Nfws: Lahaina, like Wai
luku. is waking up from her Rip-
van Winkle sleep. A number of new
buildings, both residence and bus
iness, are completed or nearly so.
Politics is beginning to bubble, and
Mayor Matt McCano is agitating the
idea of uniting all the parties with
the view of selecting the best men
for office, Some say that Matt
thinks that the best men arc all
It is reported that the Mauna Lei
plantation will start up again this
week, and that work will be pushed
The Lahaina railway from the old
cocoa-nut grove mauka is making
rapid progress. Messrs Howell &
Wilson are rushing things lively.
Lahaina is suffering horribly from
an ico famine, as the Lahainaluua
ice.plmit is not in good running or
der. Kaunakakai continues to send can
t3 Kanipali by schooner to be ground
at Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
Mr. Dowsett came up on tho Clau
dine on his way to Launi, probably
to tane cnarge oi ti:e ranche in
terest? there. Mr. F. H. Hayselden
will make his home in Lahaina, and
after a trip abroad which ho con
templates taking with his family,
will make many improvements on his
delightful beach-side home in Lahaina
Pioneer Plantation continues to
grow iu the direction of Olowalu and
will eventually extend to and includo
that plantation. Then we can hope
for the long talked of railroad from
Wailuku to Lahaiua.
An Old Fashioned Luau.
. Labor Day, (Monday), was cele
brated at Wailuku by an old fashioned
luau in lao Valley, with all tho trim
mings. The management of theaflair
was entirely iu the hands of tho Ha
waiians, with just a few haoles pre
sent to add snie.o. There was a noted
absence of intoxicants, there being
enough to nicely wash down the roast
pig and sweet potatoes. The old ku
kul grove at Camp Dole has rarely
ever witnessed so jolly a feast, yet
everything was conducted with fas
tidious observance of the proprieties.
Tho hosts and guests vied with
each other in making it ploasant for
everybody. Judge Kalua acted as
master of the gastronomic features,
Judge Kepoikai entertained the M.ui
News and other distinguished visit
ors, and Hon. John Richardson of
La.ama at-tou us interpreter for
some over- inquisitive haoles during
the singing ol t,,c hdla raAv' Mr8
James Campb8'1' 1" U visiting Wai-luu-
8 the L"J,Jst of Mr Thos- Clurk'i
t Qf honor on the occa-
A Political BombshslI
Bob Wilcox, whose coming to Maui
has long been heralded, materialized
at the skating rink in Wailuku last
Tuesday night and addressed a large
audience of Hawaiians. His' speech
which lasted over an hour and a
half, was largely devoted to a history
of what he did not accomplish in
Washington, interlarded with abuse
)f the missionaries, carpetbaggers
and haoles generally.
In conclusion he announced himself
a candidate for delegate to con
gress, and advised the natives- to
draw a strict nnti-haole line and elect
none but Hawaiians to the legisla
ture. After he sat down, the audience
called on Mr. Thos. Clark, and then
the fun began. Mr. Clark begau by
announcing that tho Hawaiians of
Maui believed themselves quite capa
ble of marking out a course for them
selves without Mr. Wilcox for a men
tor. Ho said that whenever the Ha
waiians had followed tho lead of Wil
cox, they had been led into trouble,
and that 'or one, ho should no longer
recoguizo his leadership. He strong
ly advised the Hawaiians to choose
either the Democratic or Republican
'"What would be the consequence
in Congress," he asked; "if we should
elect Wilcox or any other indepen
dent?" The result would be thai
when ho takes his seat, a democrat
will come along and ask him who he
is. When he says he is an indepen
dent from Hawaii, tho democrat will
go awMy. Then a republican will
come along and ask him who he is.
He will give a like answer, and the
republican will leave him alone, and
the first thing he knows, all parties
will be pointing to him, sitting alone,
an a leper from H awaii.
Mr. Kaiue was then called upon.
and spoke very conservatively, but
asked Mr. Wilcox what had become
of the other two Hawaiians who had
begun the campaign with him. The
question was rather embarassing,
but Wilcox tried to explain it by say
ing that they represented the Aloha
Aiua or some other old thing, but
that he himself was tho independent
Hawaiian party manifest in tho flesh
Then John T. Aluli, the well known
Wailuku merchant was called on for
a speech. He began by saying that
the two great political parties were
tho two horns of the bull, and that
Wilcox, instead of being one of the
horns was simply the tail of the bipi.
The speaker announced his intention
of joining one or the other of the par
ties who really represent something.
both on the Islands and in the Tjnited
States. In conclusion he asked what
Wilcox had ever done to entitle him
"He professess to be a great light
or," said tho speaker; "but whom
has he ever whipped?"
By this time the- doughty Bob was
worked up to a white heat, and he
took the stand in his defense. He de
nounced tho last speaker as a oi
dog who was only fit to sell poi to
Chinese. Those who have the pleas
ure of knowing Mr. Aluli, who is
really a man of distinguished merit,
and who stands high not only among
Hawaiians, but also among the haoles,
can appreciate tho boomerang of
It may safely and conservatively
stated that the result of tho meeting
at the skating rink, will bo to prac
tically render Mr. Wilcox a man
without a part', on Maui at least.
One on Fred Hayselden
Mr. F. H. Hayselden. the genial
Duke of Lanai, tells tho following
story at his own expense, and with
so frank and ingenious an air that
one is half tempted to believe it, es
pecially as he vouches for its absolute
accuracy as to dates and incidents.
It seeu.s that Mr. Hayselden s
very valuable watch recently became
so e-ratic that it would not register
even Lahaina time with any degrees
correctness. Being in Honolulu, he
took tho watch to Counter, the jew
eler, lor examination. The jeweler,
upon careful examination, found a di
minlivn specimen of bed bug lodged
in tho solar plexus of the watch, and
so informed its owner.
"Why- - why - - stammered the
ombarassed owner, "how could that
have happened? How could it have
gotten in there?"
'"I think, Mr. Hayselden," deliber
ately responded the jeweler, "that
t got botyeei the licks."
Being advised that tiie convenience
f the Voters of the 1-Iar.d of Ennui
requires u polling place on tl.at
Island, 1, SANFORD 13. DOLE,
Governor of the Territory of Hawi.ii.
by virtue of the authority in un
vested by law, hereby set apart the
-uid Island of Lun; i r.s a Mparate
precinct of the Third Registering
District, ar.d fix tin- Ka'mlcpalaoa
storehouse as the polling place for
the said prcch ct.
Given under my Land r.r.d tl e Seal
of the Territory of Ha.vnii, this
31st. day of Augu.it. A. J). I'.imi.
SANFORD 13. DOLE,
By the Governor.
IIenhv E. Cool-Kll.
Secretary of the Territory.
Tho Department of Public I -.is! ruc
tion has adopted a rule that all
teachers in its employ must, nt the
commencement of their service and
on or before tho first of August in
each year thereafter, present to the
Department a certificate from some
regularly licensed praetili nier, sta
ting that they are free 'from tuber
culosis or other communicable disease
and that they are 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 certificates as provided for
above aro to be forwarded to the
Secretary of the Department before
the beginning of the coming terms.
C. T. ROOGliRS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been c.p
pointed Administrator of the Estate
of Rollo T. Wiibur, late of Kanviln.
Molokai, deceased intestate, notice
is hereby given to all p.-rs :u having
claims against the sn'd estate to
present their claim duly authenti
cated with proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim U secured by
morgage up'tn real es'ate, to the
undersigned at his residence at Na
hiku, Maui, or to his son Geo. W.
Wilbur, at Hamakuapi!;.), Maui,
within six months from date hereof,
or they will be forever barred,
R. T. WlLUUil.
Administrator E.it it-.- i:' R!b T.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Oi September 1st, fie following
regulations in regard t freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad
Company, will go intoetleet.
1. No freight will be received at
any of the depots unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
the law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the StaMon Agents.
'4. No freight Will be received Un
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered ot Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before I) a. hi. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER.
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd l.HM).
Kula Corn XmL
A tract of line corn land in Kula,
consisting ot 104 acres, now
owned by L. Von Tom sky and
Lee Tut Sun.
A very low price wii bo'r.sked
to avoid oxpense of Court parti
tion and sale. Inu'ifo if
DAVIS & GEAR,
Attorneys at Law.
Judd Huilding, Honolulu, H. T.
Your business in thp
R. A. WADS WORTH
Constantly on Hand
Celery & Iron
Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku Mondifys. Wednesdays
and Saturdays; Haiku, Tuesdays
and Fridays; Kihei, Mondays
mid Thursdays; Kahului. . Mon
days and Saturdays; Spreckels
ville, Wednesdays und Thurs
days. Post Office Adress:
Maul Soda & Icq Works
Kahului, Maui. T. H.
W. H. KING
Corner Main & Market Streets.
Plans and estimates furnishci'.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on Hand.
Cabinet Work a Speclr.lty.
W. H. KING
G. MACFARLANEA Co., Ltd.
I'll )i'll!KT( lH.
Pure American and
Beer & lAines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wuiluku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
Matt. McCa.wn Phomuetou
American & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale and Wine
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui H. I.
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Marie Brlzctrcl A Roger,
French Hrandle3 and
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All Lcuding Brand
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Kinder s Beach
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Material furnished foi
Connection with City
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PS'An Invoice of Really
Excellent Spars from
30 to 60 feet !on$.
Straight; free from Knots,
KAHULUI R. R. Co,
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Terminals at Wai'.ufcu,
Faia. . . .
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Special attention given
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lections, insurance or request,
Rainier Bottled Beer, or Seattle
C. Carpy & o., (Jncls Sam Vinj
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bowrbon Whiskey
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