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There will bo at leust 15 email
rout-.'s estaUislieil on Muui. , '
C!. W. H. Cornwell returned
Maul 0:1 Tues J.iy'.s K'.uau.
Attorney Coke returned to M.iui
on tlie M;vuniv Lou, livs,t uilit.
Orders for job work prouijilly nnrt
neatly execute;! at the Xr.'.vs otlicc.
Gerji'p Trimble, Deputy Sliei-iit
of Moiolcui, spent tlie week on Maui
and boi'.vir.Q an Amei-ic;in citizen,
Lloyd M. Bobbins, assistant to
the Attnunry General, left for Japan
last Saturday, leaving a tale behind
Tie Jlwr;! of Resist.rr.tion will be
at Spreelcelsville today, at Kiliei
on M'v.nl:iy and at Wailuku on Tues
day. BUhop Willis, assisted by Rev. W.
Ault, will conduct Herrices at the
Anglican Church in Wailuku tomor
row at 11 ueloel;, A. 31.
Vari-juted weatlier at Wailuku
lis week, with alternated sunshine
d bowers, but tho nijhta arc
- jlieiously cool and refreshing.
The suggestion of a bakery for
Wailuku, sncin.s a very popular one,
both letters and telephone messages
having reached this oMiee, approving
. Travel is constantly increasing on
Maui and tho hack-man arc reaping
a rich harvest. The tourist proper
will b,:tn to arrive, "when the frost
is on thp pun kin".
Mr. George Cummlngs is acting
as deputy clerk of the Circuit-Court
during the absence of Mr. Keola.
whq is a member of the Board of
Registration for this district.
Aut'.nir Waal, the postmaster c.I
Ijahaina, came over to Wailuku on
Monday last, and after a short in
terview with Judge Kalutt, announced
himself to be an American citizen
of the, deepest dye.
NOTICE All those who have
any boqlts." belonging to the Maka
wao IJrok Club," received by them
previous to September, HUH), are
requested to send them to
MRS. W. S. XICOLL
.-. Hamakuapoko Maul.
See tho ad. of tho Paia Plantation
Store on tho first page, It is rather
a modest ad. and does not gay much,
but it really means just what it docs
say, as thqsc who have traded with
this popular store hava found out,
to their financial advantage.
Judge J, W. Kalua returned from
Molokai and opened Circuit Court
at Wu'dUku on Monday morning for
thq purp3so of naturalizing citiiJons.
For several days the Court was kept
quite busy. 43 applicants, steered by
the skillful hand of Attorney George
Hons, sailed serenely into harbor of
Mrs.-n. W, Filler, accompanied
, by the young assistant superinten
dant of the K. R, R. Co., spent the
day visiting in Wailuku last Tues
day. Tho young gentleman informed
a Jf eavs reporter that- he now kicks
the beam at twenty pounds, but that
within three, months more he expect
ed to double his weight.
Mr. diUson and Mr. House, promr
nent sugar growers of Queensland,
Australia, are visiting Maui to in
spect iriigation methods on our
sugar plantation. Mr. Gibson states
that came is not ungated at Queens
land, and that tho average yield per
acre is about 4 tons per acre. He
, thi:ils that by irrigation and proper
fertilization, tint yield per acre may
be doubled. '
. Attorney Tavares of Mukawao
was In Wailuku on Thursday, assist
ing a number of his Portuguese
frWads to becomo good Americans
, w ....
Mi: larvares states that there is
a lirga number of Portuguese who
would take out naturalization pape
were it not that they fear that by
becoming citizens they would be
drafted into the army array and sent
to fight the Chinese and Filipinos
Mr. F. V7. Drake, deputy collec
tor of U. internal revenue, is en
Maui looking up the interests of his
department. Through his efforts,
some Japaneso who were dealing
in illicit liquor traffic at Luhaina
were arrested by the local author!
ties, tried awl convicted. They will
also bo trliKl by the United States
District Court fur tho infringement
on the internal revenue laws, and
tho punishment for such offences is
generally much, more severe in the
u. a, jJisirict courts than m our
A MAUI WEDDING.
On Saturday evening last Miss
Mary Keanu was married to Mr.
Cyrus Green, at the residence of
Mr. J. K. Kahookele, nt Nehe, Wai
luku A irge number of invited guests
were present, and at 7:H0 the bridal
party took their places under a
beautifully grouped combination of
American and Hawaiian flags, where
the sacrament of marriage was
solemnly mid Impressively adminis
tered by Father Lcbert,
A host of friends tendered their
congratulations to the happy couple,
after which the guests Ave re invited
to an elaborately prepared luau. Mr.
Kahookele and his Avife ure charm
ing hosts, and the table fairly groaned
with its load of good things, so dain
tily cooked la Hawaiian style, that
eA-cn tho hnoles were enthusiastic.
Twining wreaths of ferns and flowers,
interspersed with Chinese lanterns
gave a fairylike effect to tho scene,
and tho charm Avas tightened by the
mellow voices of a group of Hawaiians
Avho chanted a number of sAveet
Hawaiian pongs during the progress
of the luau. "And they Ha-ciI happi
ly cA'er afterwards".
A "Presidential" OIHce.
The postolflce at Lahaina wili
probably be made a 'presidential''
office, that is, one for which the
postmaster Is nppc.intcd by the pre
sident, recommendations to that ef
fect having been made by the postal
inspectors who recently visited the
There is n largo volume of business
transacted through the Lahaina
office, the money ordei receipts
being from $12,000 to $15,000 per
month. Mr". Arthur Waal, the pre
sent post master will reeeive the pre
sidential appointment, as ho lias
proved a ver y efficient postmaster.
It has been a cardinal principle Avith
him to distribute mails immediately
iport their arrival at Lahaina, either
by day or nignt. He has also avou
the gratitude of the Wailukans by
his promptness in dispatching mall
to tho other portions of the Island.
It is probable thut Wailuku will
also soon reach a Volume of business
which will entitle it to a "Presiden
tial" ollice. Avith increased pay and
an extra aloAvanco for clerk hire.
The Maui Telephone Company.
Maui has a telephone syrtem that
is unexcelled anvwhere. buico the
arrival of the new telephones and
the establishment of the new ecu
tral SAvitchboards, a degree of almost
perfection has been attained in tele
There has been an increase of over
CO subscribers in the last fcAv months,
the total number noAV being 305. A
new subscribers' list has been made
out and is hoav in the hands of the
publishers. Tt will be issued sjiortly,
bonio mistakes have been maue 111
assigning numbers to newsubscibers,
consequently all iicav subscribers a-
bovo No. 280 will do well to consult
their hcav calendars, in order to bote
the changes winch it Avas necessary
to make. '
Mr. E. I. Carley, the energetic
suBcrint-inuent is noteu for giving
his personal attention to every detail
of the system, and it is his ambition
to place at least 500 subscribers on
his next year's calendar.
Kahului, Sept. 2S
Editor MAUI NEWS;
I Avas, a feAV days ago, shoAving a
visitor round out little seaport, point
ing out to him tho various improve
uiciits already made and explaining
Suddenly ho asked me a question
which sent a cold chill through me
His query Avas, "What arc those two
shabby looking buildings, standing
next to each other? Did the fire
blacken them like that?" As I hesi
tated to reply, he added a further
question, "Perhaps they AA-ere the
pest houses during the piague." Well
sir, I had finally to inform him that
they represented the church and the
school, v- and ho gave me a look which
effectually shut oil my enthusiasm
about new Kahului, and 1 hastened
to change the subject. Truly yours,
Deputy Sheriff Lindsey mad a
big haul of illicit liquor sellers Inst
week. Eight 01 these cases have al
ready been tiled, resulting in the
conviction of four o t'l mi, vX fl iim
fixed at $100 each, Avith costs. From
the amount of the forbidden fluid
captured, one would iinagiY.tf that
they had been usirg it fix l.atl.'ng
Mr. Fred Hayselden says that he
is a caiidjdate for tho legislature on
the Democratic ticket, but he 1ms
not begun to electioneer yet. When
Kikaha swoops down, he is .liable to
isc Avith a few native voles in his
"Oleaginous William", visited
Wailuku Wednesday and returned
Thursday, wearing an imported jag.
A party of shark fishers Avent out
to fish last Sunday at Kapiii. but tin
sharks at that point were not of the
l'.i;ji)onharou.s vnriety, and Avould not
take the bait. After sninsh'mg a
feAV dozen recently emptied beer
bottles at 00 yards, off hand, the
party were invited to dinner Avith the
Raimand brothers, Avho miiinf aired
their well established rcpur.tion for
Lahaina has 200 registered voters.
including 87 nt HonokoAvai.
W. G. Scott, the popular manager
of Macfarlanc & Co.'s wholesale
liquor house and saloon in Wailuku
isited Lahaina on Thursday, return-
ng to Wailuku Friday morning.
The steamer Waialeole touched at
Lahaina on Thursday evening at six,
en route to Honolulu with Prince
David on board.
The Iao Stables have lost one of
the magnificent span of black horses
ecently purchusod by them fn,m
Cyrus Green. Tho horses Avere
driven to Lahaina as a stage team
on lhursilav, ana shortly after
reaching' there one of them died
Dentil oi Thomas Sunny.
Mr. Thomas Sunny, n mining en
gineer, died at Makawao on Sunday
evening last. Mr. Sunny came to
Maui some months since from Cali
fornia to take charge of the drifting
and tunneling operations at Kihel.
He had practically completed his
work, and was superintending the
finishing of tho pits in Aihich the
pumps are to be set. He Avas taken
sick some three weeks since, but
ins anxiety to complete his work im
pelled him to be out when he should
really have been in bed. Finally
50 became so ill that he was taken
to Makawao, and on Thursday last
his friends lost all hopes of his re
covery. Mr. Sunny stood very high in his
proiession, and his loss will Be serious
ly felt. He leaves a wife und a child,
who w ill return to the Coast at once.
He Avas about 41 vcars old.
The republicans are putting up a
strong light on Maui, una a Avinning
one, so far as some at least of their
candidates arc concerned.
They opened the campaign with a
political meeting at Paia 011 Friday
night, a week ago, at which George
Holis, Hon. , .. N. Kepoikai Hon.
H. P. Baldwin, Judge 'Kahokuoluna
and others spoke. The. nekt uight,
ut apreckelsville, addresses were
made by Mr. Hons, Judge Kepoikai
Mr, Lowrie, Mr. Vaudernaillen and
others. On Monday night, an enthu
siastic meeting avus held at .Hama
kuapoko, at Avhi'di some of the above
speakers aud also J. M. Kaneakua,
C. H. Dickey and Henry Long ex
pounded republican doctrine. The
same speakers addressed a largf
audience nt Pauwela on Tuesday
On Wednesday, Einvh Johnson,
Rev. S. Kapu and L. W. P. Ka.nca
lii came from Honolulu and went
directly to Huna, accompanied from
Kahului by Hon. A. N. Kepoikai
and J. M. Kuuekua. Thej returned
This evening, a grand republican
rally Avill bo held at the Skating
Rink in Wailuku.
On next Monday night, tho Dem
ocratic Teruitorial Convention will
meet at Honolulu. A platform will bo
adopted, some of the planks of winch
will bo to compensate the ex-queen,
to provide for tho plague sufferers,
ar.d to provide a municipal govern
mint for each of the Islands.
On next Friday night, Prince
ocratic speakers. will 'arrive t n Maui,
and on the Monday -following, will
being a stumping vautpaign .u Mati.
On Wednesday evening. YYiilhnn
White of Lalirina, .i.eeo:i!;nmied ly
D. Kalauokalani und C. 11. On-ket t,
came over to Wiii!nu to interview
Mr. S. K. lvalue relalive Ut his ac
tion in iieeepti'ig the nntiiiiialion as
representative nn the tudrpc i.di nt
dcnioeratie ticket. ;mkI i.r-.cd him
to return to his flirt, love, 'it
imders.ood that Mr. Kuiiu
to rim for senator
dent, ticket prefo
on t!i? iuilcp'M
ring his cIhmh i-.-i
on' the eoiuhhi;)
On the return of the ti'.o !t Laha
ina, a new deal Avas ma le !,v which
C. I?. Cocki tt is to !.e phici'd vi the
senatorial tieki t in ihe stead of
lvalue, and D. K. Kuhmilclln of Luha
ina is to named as representative
in Cockctt'w stead.
For Delegate to Co:ircF..A
Hox. SAMUEL 'l'AKKi:n.
For Senator;, Second Gnatonlal
H. P. BALDWIN,
A. X. KEPOIKAI,
MAIXEICI H. ITi'IUT::.!,,
j. k. :cai:jl..
C. H. DICKEY
PHILIP PA LT
D. H. KAITAULELIO
Kept' i!t.i?AX Pabtv juxte
DIED. At Kiliei
tember 2!, 1U00, Soph!
i miry, her
.1, dauyhVor ol
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hurlem, r.gfd 2
years and 4 mouths.
" DIED. At Wailu'tu, T'r.ursday.
October 4, 11100, Minnie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hurln'ti. aged C
montiis and 21 days..
Quong Fung A Co
will che their
store On October jt
1. '"i. -in
bills against tho store im;-l ! e vent
in at once as Vne manager leave.-
for China, October HHh. AI! persons
indebted to the Quoiig Fung Store
must cull and settio r.t once, or their
cconnts will be placed i i li e ii:t!i:h",
of u collector.
TEACHER'S HEA fm
The Department of Public Instruc
tion llns adopted a rule that all
teachers in its employ must, at Tie
commencement of their service ar.d
on or before the first of August in
each year thereafter, present to the
Department a certificate from some
regularly licensed practitioner, sta
ting that they tire 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 fuiV.!!! Ihem
to teachers as may be needed.
Health certificates as provided for
above arc to be forwarded to the
Secretary of the Department before
the beginning of the coming terms.
c. t. r.onr.Ens
t'oroerro rt aud irotel Sovet.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st,, the '..llowing
regulations i,-. rcgsml to freight
handled by the Kaliulul il.dlroad
Company, will go i; to elici t.
1. OCo freight , will be received i't
any of the depots m.'.es.; aecoinpai.ied
oy u S'.npplng receipt, &tani)i'd
the h v: dil eels. tJhmks may b" obr
tained of any of the Station Agents.
:2. ,o freight Avi'.l be reci'ivcd n.!i
iess delivered at depot J50 minute,
'n-fore deps.i 1iit" f i.ra'n.j.
X. lYMgiit for shipiner.t pi': ! !.
( -hiudine" 1o Hor.oluiu or wry po.'ts
must, be l',-livei-ed nt Kid.ulu: b; f.'re
!:o.in of day of sailing, and freijiit for
East Maui ports must he delivered
at .Kahului 1'ifnre a. in. of .-.aiiu.g
Kaliului llr.iiroad Company.
11. Y. FJL1 F.!.
Kahului, :i.iui. August idrd l!M)D.
Kula Conj Land
A tract oi fine corn lau j in Kui;,
consisting of 104 acres. thv
owntHl by L. Von Tom sky und
Lee Tat Sun.
A v:?iy 1)Ai" prior Avitl be aslied
to avoid oxpiinwo of Court pari i
on ntvd suh. Inquire iJ!
DAVIS & GKAH.
Attorneys r.t Lir.v.
Judd Hullding. How.lr.lu, It. T.
Uy order of.Jolm W. Kahui, Judge
of the Circuit Court, for the 2nd
Judicial "Circuit, T. IT., the speeiid
term of the said Circuit Court r.ow
held in Wailuku Court House st.uuls
adjourned until Monday the 1st cay
of October, l!!0'i. rt lli o'clolt a. m.
Deputy Clerk-, II. Circuit, Court.
Dated at Wuilukp, the 11th 1I.7 of
THE ;;oAr.D OF REGISTRATION
OR MAT.' I. MOLOKAi.A L'AXAI
will bold the following Meetings:
TnriiiU).vv, Sop'.. 20. P.IO.I, atKalau-
papa. .M'dokai. (KahiAvao
people take notice),- (1 A.
M. to 1 P. M.
Fr.MSAY. Sept. 21, K;0i, at Ha'.awa.
Sattm'AY, Sept, 22, l!)oi', at I'ukoo
M iSliAY Sept. 24, l!!'i'.). at KanvAlo
rkmtati on Ollice.
Tn:. i.vv Sept. 2o, 11100, at Kaima
kakni Pian tutio-.i Store.
FtiilY Sept, 23. liiOil, Honokowai.
.Maui.- 11 A. M. to 1 P.
M. At iloiioluil, same day,
3 I. M. to (i P, M. ( '.
SatIMiAV Sept. 2:. ll.'il'.l, at Hone.
l."hau School IliW i'e. K A.
M. t:, 10 A. 11. At K.ih.w
kuloa, s.m:e luy, 1 P. M.
to i P. M. At Waihoe,
same day, 4::-W P, M. 'to
t:-)-) P. M.
MoxuaY Oct. 1, 1000. at Hamakua
poko Store all day.
Tle:-i;.-.t Oct, 2, JO:)!), at TIa-nakr.ii
poko Store all daj'.
Oct, 3, 1000, at Huilo
School House, M A. M. to
12. M. At Pauwelu Store,
same day, 2 P. M. to 4 P.
TulltsnAv Oct. 4, l!loo. at I'.-.ia
Plantation OtMce. all d:iy
Fitlb.iv Oct, r, 1000. at Paia Plan
tation Ofliee. all dy.
r,A t't-r.:)AY Oet. , l:)!l . l Spreek
10 A. M. to l P. M.
Mo'xuav 0?K K. ?!I00, at Kino! Phi:.-
union i Juice, ju A. -M. to
1 i M.
Tt:Ksi)AV Oct; ! i:t00, V'ai!i;l;u
Court House, 1 A. M. to
." P. M.
F. W. HARDY
P.. C. SEA RLE
JAS. :.K. KEOL.V
f Registration .y.' Mai.t, etc.
V-mr businoKH In b
W, H. KING
Corner Main i'c M-.u-Ki-l Street
Carptsnter & E2u5Ititr.
I'hpis and r;Vh;!uti';; fniiii hrd.
WACCN &CAI?KlAUr REPAlKINCj
y -1 ,
'j.'.t'.i d ej ff.vi.l.
wahinct Y,-..!. i.
5 T. . V
S i L iM t,.i
Under 1 Isiicft
a Pipef Htors
C'oi-ne.-t on Avjth
;dACFAl;j!.AXE & Co., Ltd.
Fur AtYsrJc.rt xsnd.
lest QcH Diir.ka.
Opp. Wu'hiku Depot
WAJUKU, - - MAUI,
v .- n n K)i
Mat?. 3!cC ax.V Pirn uiTiui
Choice O isi
Amities cz Ssotih Whiskey,
Ice C;3?1 Brinks.
LciiiiiBn, Maui IU I,
'eacocK s to.
0REEN RIVER WHEjKY
Q V O. Sp&cteJ
PAOST BE3 ft TOMIC '
Marie rv. i.n rcl & FJost
unci Table uita.
AH Leading Ketkrtde '
PHONE 4, HONOLULU
BRIOGE STREET HILO, HAWAII ,
Rainier Botxled Beor, of Seattle
C. Carpy & o., Uncle Sail Vin 0
Cellars and Dlsliilsry, lim, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Hye Whiskey
Long U-e Yi:!skey
Uxlngtor. C.i'iOU Baur'aan Vhiske;
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Meet 4 C'nancjan WhlteSial Cham
A. G DICKINS,
David, John H,, Wise aad Gthpr vn