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A Miinll Invoice of now i'arkrf
Fountain pons for nt tlic ollleer of
the Maim Nkws.
Quito a numlKT of drw.imers have
ylsited Maul this vce! and report
The Manna Loa enmo early last
night, being sighted at T.ahnina be
fore six o'clork.
The Maui schools all opened on
last Monday, and a good Attendance
A fusion bus practically boon
effected between the Independents
and democrats nt Waihee und 'Will
luku. Recently, Edward Durachello of
Kaanapali capture thric sharks the
largest of which measured 15 feet
Mr. Sanderson and Mr. Shipley
ore on Maul '.i the interests of a new
directory to be published in Decem
ber. Mr. Prank At water of Haiku eamo
down to attend the teachers' ex
amination now being held in 'Wailuku.
Mr Stattord of Gregg & Co", ar
rived on the Manna Loa from Hawaii
on Tuesday morning to look after the
interests of his firm on Maui.
Read the ad. of the American Dry
Goods Association on the first page.
The News guarantees the reliability
of every house which it advertises.
There is a large amount of travel
on Maui, and the Wailuku hotcLs
can hardly accomodate the crowds
John Wise, the democratic wah
boss, came over this week and ad
dressed his constituents at Yv aihee
on Thursday night and at Wailuku
Mr. Faulkner of Honolulu is in
Wailuku looking up a business
proposition, with indications that he
recognizes a good thing when he
sees it, and that he will locate in
A large shipment of job material
was receive 1 at Ithis office per the
Watson, and order for all class of
job work will receive prompt atten
tion. Patronize home industry.
NOTICE. All those! who have
any books belonging to the Maka
wao Book Club,'' received by them
previous to September, 1900, are
requested to send them to . ' "
MR3. W. S. NICOLL.
HamaUu.ip jko. Maui.
. Mr. C. W. Baldwin, normal in
structor, left for Hawaii on profes
sional business yesterday, and will
remain on the big island six months.
It Is reported on good authority
that David Center, now in San
FrancN?.i, wiil come to Spreckels
ville as assistant manager.
It Wiis recently reported that a
rich gold mice had been struck on
Maui, but an assay developed the fact
that the mineral bearing rock car
ried nothing but brass.
J. Mckauts Stewart came oyer on
the Maitna Lia last night, to try a
caso before the Wailuku District
Oourt today. He will return to Ho
nolulu on tho Cluudine, this after
noon. A heavy registration of voters is
reported in East Maui. Tho
board have completed tin cir
cuit of the cast end of the island and
were at Makawao Court House yes
terday. An examination of applicants for
teachers' certificates Is in progress
at tho' Wailuku Grammar school,
under the supervision of Normal In.
struotor Kcliinoi. There aro nine
applicants. The examination began
yesterday morning and will close
The steam plough built by Gregg
& Co. for the Kihei Plantation was
started up on Tuesday and worked
to a charm till it caught under a
heavy boulder. As usual, when an
Irresistible mass comes in contact
with an in.movable body, repairs
were in order.
One of tho Japanese laborers at
Kekaao landing, Kaanapali, was
seriously. f rot fatally injured by a
coal tub tilling from the derrick.
The side sjflo of his face and head
were crusJied, and he is not expected
To live. I
It is llported that Deputy Slier-
in Lindsiv of liahama made an un
warranted arrest of a party of young
folks out Jiay riding, and it is claimed
mat tne pincers was umJir the in
fluence f liquor at ti e time. If this
be true, feob should be asked to re
sign, notiithstauding the fact that
ne rant among u:c uett o( our
Jlaui polkt: oilic'irs,
J Meet in Convention
The Second District Republican
Convention for Maul, Molokal and
Lanai met at Wailuku on Monday,
Hon. A. N. Kepoikal was chosen
temporary chairman and D. C.
Lindsay of Taia temporary secre
tary. Judge Copp, Judge Kahaulelio and
W. O. Aiken were appointed a com
mittee on crrdentials, and reported
tho following names, which report
1st Precinct, Kalaupapa; Geo.
Kauekau, Adam Puaaloa, Jas. Pros
ser, (D. H. Kahaulelio, proxy.)
2nd Precint, Pukoo. G. H. Mahoe
D H. Kahaulelio, J. K. Kalino.
3rd Precinct, Lahuina; Matt
McCann, Judge Kahaulelio, Capt. L.
Ahlborn, (by Matt. McCann, proxy.)
4th Precinct, Honokohau; David
Kapaka, R. C. Soarle, (by H. P.
5th Precinct, Wailuku; A. N. Kc
pokal. George Hons, S. E. Kaleikau.
Uth Precinct, Kahului; V. J.
Lowrie, T. M. Church, Joseph Whit
ford. 7th Precinct, Honoaula; S Kclii
noi, S. W. K. A pita, G. K. Kunukau.
Hth Precint, Makawao; A.' F.
Tavares, Judge Copp, S. Kalama, (ab
ilth Precinct, Hamakuapviko; John
Kaluna, II. P. Baldwin, S. E. Kc
kipi, C. H. Dickey, W. E. K. Mai
kai, John Kalino, D. C. Lindsay,
J. P. Kapihe, W. O. Aiken.
Kith Precinct, Kipahulu; J. K.
Hanuna, W. P. Haia, J. K. Nakila.
11th Precinct, Hana; J. K. Iosepa,
J. S. H. Kaleo, M. H. Reuter.
12th Precinct, Keanae; D. V.'.
Napiahaa, E. M. Hanuna, Henry
IT. P. Ba!dwin, T. M. Church and
J. K. Iosepa were appointed a com
mittee on rules which were present
ed, adopted and ordered printed in
English and Hawaiian.
The following were elected per
manent officers; II. P. Baldwin, prc
dent, Judge Kahaulelio, vice-presi-deut;
A. N. Kepoikal, secretary; W:
J Lowrie, treasurer; W. O. Aiken,
The following are the delegates
elected to tho Territorial Republican
Convention: D. H. Kahaulelio, G. H.
Mahoe, J, K. Kalina, Matt McCann,
Judge Kahaulelio, R. C. Searle, A. N.
Kepoikai, W. J. Lowrie, George
Hons, H. P. Baldwin, W. O. Aiken.
C. H. Dickey, P. N. Kaholuiolma,
A. F. Tavares, J. Kaluna, J. K.
Hanuna, E. M. Hanuna M. H.
Tho c,ueslion of whom the dele
gates should support for congress
then came up, and H. P. Baldwin's
name was presented. Mr. Baldwin
assured tho convention that under
no circumstances could he consider
the proposition of allowing his
nariic to go before, the Territorial
Convention, and forcibly Urged the
name- of Samuel Parker as the logi
cal candiato of tho republican party.
Mr. Parker was unanimously en
dorsed as tho first c'holee of the
delegates elected to the Territorial
The Hana delegation, backed by
the Molokal delegation then tried to
rush through nominations Mr sena
tors and representatives to the
next Territorial legislature, but the
majority of the convention thoaght
that it would be wiser to await the.
action of the committee on platforms
of the Territorial convention before
naming candidates Iosepa and Kaleo
of Hana fought hard to push through
nomination of candidates to the legis
lature at once, Judge; Iosepa going
so far as to say that if the other
delegates were not prepared to
make nominations, he himself would
be glad to name tho candidates for
The real joke iuvolved in his pro
position was that he was supposed
to have a list of slated candidates in
his pocket at the time. But the
plan miscarried, and the candidates
will not bo nominated until after the
return of the delegates from Houo
District Republican Convention
The Republican District Con von
turn met at Hilo on Thursday of
last week, pursuant to call; Chas.
Campbell, Chairman, and E. E.
Richards, Secretary.. The following
were elected delegates to the Ter
ritorial Convention:; C. R. Blacow
Jas. Gibbs, W. G. Walker, Judge
'Iiemau, M V.. Uolmtj, Wm,. Horner
W. H, Smith, A. H. Lobenslcln,
John (i, Jones, 3. U. Smith, Carl
On a test voto for delegate to the
Congress Col. Sam Parker received
31 voters and Judge Little received K,
A platform was adopted, urging
the support of the delegate in Con
gicss for a breakwater at Hilo,
municipal govornmeut for Hawaii
County, local option, county owner
ship of municipal property, such as
jails and schools, and the election of
teachers by the trustees of each
The platform in conclusion points
out the wisdom and propriety of
electing Republicans to the legislature.
Fourth District Delegates.,
It was fully a half hour befbre the
ballots were counted. Mr. Hooga an
nounced the following elected del
egates to the Territorial Convention:
J. W. Jones, George McLeod, A. G.
M. Robertson, Chas. B.Wilson, J. M.
Kea, C. L. Wilcox, Clarence Crabbe
Aadrew Brown, J. D. McVeigh. J.
H. Boyd, A V. Goar, W. H. Coney,
Archie Gilfillan, Keiki, W. R. Far
rington, Samuel Jjlmson, David Na
hoolewa, J. Keohokii.
Fifth District Delegates.
Frank Pahia. L. J. McCabo.
George Weight, W.W. Goodale, An
drew Cox, Moses Mahelona, J. K.
Kekahuna, Geo. F. Renton, L. L.
McCandlcss, S. Hookano, James K.
Holt, n. R. Hitchcock. W. C. Achi,
C. F. Peterson, Geo. R. carter, W.
J. Coelho, Enoch Johnson, J. L. Kau-
Is it possible that the appropria
tion for the Wailuku and Kahului
waterworks is exhausted before the
work has been finished? Several
populous parts of Wailuku and the
wharf, depot and the larger portion
of Kahului aro not yet supplied.
'orhaps, as a certain little bird
whispered, there is still some of
tho money left, but the people of
Honolulu think they need it for pur
poses of more importance.
The public road from Kahului to
Spreekelvil'.c needs some attention
from the roi,d board and the can
tonier, if there is still such anollicer.
If even the loose rocks larger than
one's head were taken out of the
road, and somu of tho wheel break
ing ruts weru filled up, further re
pairs would not matter so much.
An enthusiastic meeting of the
Jaui Yacht Club was recently held
at Kahului. A fine craft will short
ly be purchased, and a el'-u house
for boating, bathing, billiards and
dancing bidding a reading from
ran will be built. The
officers of the Club are: J. H. Walker,
president; J. Kirkland, vice-president:
F. Hons, secretary A. N. Hav-
selden, treasurer, who, with Mr.
Filler, constitute a comittee to draft
a coustitutiou and by laws for the
A shipment of coal-cars. low.
strong and heavy, was received this
weeK from the shops of the O. R. &
L. Co. Honolulu. Oa account, of tlm
rough handling which these cars re-
ceived in shipment, the advisability
of construc ting these cars at Kahu
lui on the future is apparent.
Tho Advertiser of September 11.
contains an article which every one
should secure, read and preserve.
It is an urticle which will become
historical, being descriptive of tho
stupendous engineering enterprise
planned and brougnt to a successful
issue by W. J. Lowrie, manger of
tho H. C. &. S. Co., for the purpose
of bringing tho water of east Maui
by means, of a large cunal, to tho
Spreckelsvillo plantation. While
the article in question ia a series of
word pictures, paints the wonder
ful achievement as it deserves, yet
in one thing the writer fell short of
doing full justice, to tho subject.
No one who was not intimately as
sociated with Mi. Lowrie can know
the amount of care, time and' pain
staking which he bc-towed ujwn his
pet project. Not a tunnel, not a
side ditch not a minute streum of
water, escaped his close study and
observation,, and such a ditch is a
worthy monuuueut to the brains and
energy of the muu who conceived
and executed it.
Latent f rom China.
Loniion Sept. H. Whnt Is now
designated in sonn q'turtcri as an
attempt to establish a Russian Mon
roe doctrine" in A 'in M-eum doomed
to modification, nonce the pro
spects of tho continued concord .f
the powers are believed to be im
proving. It is thought that the
announcement of the names of the
our personages appointed by Im
perial edict as Chinese Fence Com
missioners will furnish Russia with
a plausible reason to join in tin
American demand for tho appoint
ment of a more satisfactory commi
sion and give Russia ground for de
laying the withdrawal of her troop,
from Peking until the Chinese Im
perial party shows a more concilia
tory disposition. '
Washington, Sept. fi. The stutt
Department made the following an
,-A telegram has been receiver
received from Minister Conge
dated Peking. September 1st, stal
ing that a military parade passc
through the Imperial palace on tiia.
date and that eunuchs and servants
were the only occupants.'"
Washington, Sept. (!. The at
tidude of the German government in
the. Russian prosposa. to withdraw
troops from Pel; lag has been inadi
known to the United State.-, and is ti
the effect that Germany considers it
necessary to retain her forces h.
By order of John W. Katuu, Judge
of the Circuit Court for the 2nd
Judicial Circuit, T. IT., the special
term of the said Circuit Court now
held in Wailuku Court House staiidt
adjourned until Monday the 1st daj
of October, 11KII). at 10 o'clolc a. m.
Deputy Clerk, 11. Circuit Court.
Dated at Wr.'.luku, the lith. day ol
NOTICE TO CRED1 1'ORS.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator ol the iMuli
of Rollo T. Wiibur, late of Kaiinlo.
Molokai, deceased intestate, uolici
is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the suid estate u
present their claims duly authenti
cated with proper vouchers, if auj
exist, even if the claim is s. -cured b.
morgagc up'.ia real estate, 1o
undersigned at his rct:ideiii-j at Na
hiku, Maui, or to his sou Ceo. V.
Wilbur, at Haniakuapoko, Maui,
within six months from date l.croo;,
or they will be forever barred.
R. T. WILBUR,
Administrator Estate oJ I' Ilo T.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st, the following
regulations in regard to freight
handled by tho Kahului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will be received at
any of the depots uiilesw accompaaieu
by a Shipping receipt, stumped a
the law directs. Blanks may Ik-, ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot iJO minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S S.
''Claudiuc" to Honolulu or way ports-
must be dulivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before I) a, m. of sailing
day. ' .
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLEU,
Kahului, Maui. August &lrd limit.
Kula Corn Land.
A tract of lino cora LmJ v. Kula,
consisting of 104 acres, now
owned by L. Von 'iVinsky and
Leo Tat Sun.
A very low price- Mill bo asked
ti) avoid expense of CoKi't parti
tion and sale. Inquire i.f
DAVIS AG KAK,
Attorneys at Law.
Judd. Building, Huuoluiiwli. T.
U. A. WADSWORT1I
Coimtantly on Hand
Celery .v Iron
Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku Mondays. Wednesdays
tnd Saturdays; Haiku. Tuesdays
tnd Fridays; Kihei. Moiidavs
ind Thursdays: Kahului, Mon
Inys and Saturdays; Spreckels
villo, Wednesdays and Thurs
days. Post Office Adress:
Maui SocSa & Ices Works
Kahului, Maui. T. H.
Cjrner Main & Market Streets.
Plans and estimates furnii'ii-d.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on If.v.uh
:bln;t Work n Specialty.
W. H. KMC
G. MACFARLANEcv Co.. Ltd.
i?ur Aisrican and
Beer & IVinsa
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
M.vTt. McCwji P n'ttirro:'.
A.mcriin & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Als AND Vine-
Icq Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maul H. I.
Y C. Peacock a k
GREEN RIVER WHISKEY
O V. C Special
PA6ST DEER & TONIC
Alcirlfe? tvl-z.trA & Roger,
f r r n c !-i Qrartctit'3i ctrict
and T"tlc? Vtlic
AH Leading Rounds
BRJDOiE aT.REI HILO. HAWAII
Kinder s Beach
Plumfcsrs & Pjpe-Fjtters
wUyial furnisju!(l fo
f'onnect'on y.ifh Qity
An InvoiGQ Really
Excellent Spars frpm.
30 to 60 fog t U)fl,
KAHULUI R. R. Co,
And Dal-rx i
tt -lb- fc fc "tt. A .
J LUMBER i
der S. S. Co.
Terminals at Wnl'ukv.,
Paia. . . .
I II 1 n..t. ! and
Commercial and Trr.veler's
Lotters of C fed it Issu3d
Uval)ableTln all the princnt:
ilties of tht workl.
Spactui attention iveri
to the business entrusted to u.
by our . friends of the oilio
inlands, either as in-poslts, co
lections, insurance or request
Rainier Bottled Beer, or Seaitla
C. Carpy & o.. Untie Sam Win?
Cellars and Distillery, Kapa, Ca!
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Vhiskey .'
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet & Chandon Wliite Sh! C'.ni?
BISHOP & CO
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