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Vv'. II. I'i.'lil oT tin; Maui Dm-,'
Sturs Co. t;ikM !v flying trip to Hono
lulu today, returning on Wcdnesdiiy
Tho M;v.m:v!u S.-ininary. at Mtika
w.i . will op;vi fo.'tV.c winter term
on Xinvm!):'!1 ."1. wit'.i Min i Alexander
L its of ra'n on i"-ni ral Maui this
week, which h doing the mho crops
a great deal of g..vl, si'iioly rain
ing money, in fact.
The Kina'.i brought no tnail on
Tuesday night, and it v.-.w la tlio
nft'.M'iiivm of Wedr.esdn v before tlic
(JkurJi.ie mail reached Wailuku.
Mr, Arthur Waal, of the Lnhaiim
prist oil! CP vent In Honolulu o:'.
t ho Mauna Ti cm Monday and re
turned to Lalnina on Tuesday's
Maui, u full fledged "presidential"
AI:-. l'evd lions wii! suet-rod David
Meyer as General Freight Ag'lef
the Kahului It. It. Co., and John L.
Regan, Tf II aolulu. lias accepted
the position of freight clerk at the
Kaluilmi K R. depot.
Grimwood & Kie-hardson have com
pleted a preliminary survey of the
grade and water supply of fao Valley
for electrical purpasi s. but the un
usual tmnunt of rain at present has
delayed further per'ations tempora
rily. II. Herbert Horsey, general mana
ger, for Eastern Asia, of the Manu
factures' Eifo Insurance Company of
Toronto. Cauad.-. if on Maui this
week in the interests of his company,
f Jisliop Go's Hank will be " t1. c
Age'uts for the Islands.
Mr. Wadsworth, of the Maui Soda
& Ice Works, wishes to impress it
emphatically upon his correspondents
that his post oilice address in K Aiir
T.rr. M.vri. and not Wailuku. Par
ties writing him will please make a
note of this and save delay
Gyrus Green and Frank Correa
were tried and acquitted on the
charge of illicit liquor traffic in the
Wailuku District Court. Frank
Garcia and John Medeiros were tried,
convicted and ouch lined $100 with
out costs. Their cases will be ap
pealed to the next term of the Cir
cuit Court. . ' .
A cha d; for ssl Odd was sent from
' Honolulu to tlic ladies who arc pro
moting the. "Settlement" in Wailuku.
by the last "Claudine". A number
of prominent Hawaiian gentlemen
and ladles of Wailuku have also sub
scribed generouslv to the enterprise,
and St will bo pushed to completion
Mr. Chas. E. Jacox, representing
the Provident Insurance Company of
New York, has be.en ou Maui for a
couple of weeks, and has done a good
business. On Sunday evening last,
lie wined and dined a number gentler
men at Schrutler's New Hotel, pre
paratory tr a trip to Hilo. He leaves
for. Hilo Tuesday but will return in
a weak ta writ a up s-oiue left-over
Mr. Wadswart.il, of the Maui Soda
A lee Works, ha this week ordered
from the Coast a new three-ton ice
machine, and also a latest improved
power soda machine capable of turn
ing out 1500 do;:eu bottles per day.
Mr. Wadsworh has lived and done
business here for some years, and
consequently knows what the com
munity needs. Such entci prise- Is
C.inimcudablo, and dase.rves success.
The. tunnel brtng run in Iao Valley
by Manager Wells, under superin
tonder.cy of Mr. Carl Waldeyer, has
reached a length of 7."0 feet and has
developed a million gallons of water
tvu-24 hours; flic head of the .tun
nel H now 35 feet below the surface,
'n gravel, and is reai hing a heavy
water bearing btrata. It will pro
bably be. ran 250 feet further, and
will be completed hi a couple of
Mr. lVwcrraus, principal of the
IXupulakmi seiiu.il visited Wailuku
last Saturday. He states that the
reason why Dr. Dincj-ar did i.ot visit
and inspect his si hoot was that the
doctor was sick and telephoned a
me.-ssagi' t that fleet to a ueiglibor
The mostc not delivered, and
Mr. Rosec rails, not undersfauding
the! delay, wrote to the Superinten
dent of SehooU uljout it. On
learning the cau.-.e of the delay,
Mr. llosecrans wrote an ex
planation to the Honolulu papers
and asked them to give it the same
publicity which they had giver, his
. letter to the Superintendent of
Electric Light Plant,
Steam Laundry, Cold
Storage, Ece, and
All Under one Root and
The largest enterprise yet herald
ed.by the News, hns been inaugu
rated, and witl.hi four months will
be in active operation.
This will be an electric light, plant,
a cold storage, an ice and soda water
plant and a steam laundry, all under
one management. The plant will
bo established nt Kahului, a site for
that purpose having already been
secured. The enpital stuck of the
enterprise will b.; ?25,000, the whole
of which has already been paid in.
Local capital has taken $10,00(1 of
the stock, and the promoters have
put up the rest. The reason for
putting up the whole of the money
at once is that some years ago a
somewhat similar enterprise was
undertaken, and the treasurer skip
pod with the funds.
Mr. Grimwood, of Grim wood &
Richardson, and Mr. W. H. Field
of the Maui Drug -Store are the
prime movers in the enterprise. The
directors of the company will be
Mr. Grimwood, Mr. Field, W. T.
Robinson and Attorney J. L. Coke
of Wailuku,' and Col. W. H. Cornwell
The power for the electric light
plant will temporarily be a gasoline
or steam 'engine, and eventually
electric power from Iao Valley.
Wires will at once be st rung from
Kahului to Wailuku. so that lights
may bo furnished hero at an early
An up-to-date ice machine will be
installed, and distilled water will be
used iu the manufacture of ice and
soda water. A proposition was
made to tha local ice and soda plant
to join the. enterprise, but we under
stand that the proposition was not
entertained. It is probable, however,
that there will be a coalition later.
Cold storage will be an important
feature of the enterprise, and a small
gasoline steamer, fitted with cold
storage will bo one of the assets of
the company. This steamer will ply
betweeu Maui and Honolulu, bring
ing fat beef and mutton, and treat
ing the Plonolulaus to delicate Maui
and Molokal mullet.
A steam laundry will be put in at
once, and the management promise
that within four months the entire
plant will be in full blast,
New Hotel ut Kahului.
Plans have been perfected for the
new hotel at Kahului, and as soon as
carpenters arrive from Honolulu,
work will be begun and pushed to
The hotel will be a two story frame
building with six large, well venti
lated rooms up stairs. On the first
floor will bo the dining room, parlors,
sitting room, reading room and
smoker, one large bed room, kitchen,
bath rooms, pantries, etc.
The hot A will stand just west of
the new wharf, close by the water's
edge. Large lanais will fcurround
both the lower and upper Hour, the
latter to probably be enclosed with
glass on the makai side, making a
The hotel is being built by the H.
C' & S. Co., at the suggestion of
Supt. Filler, and is intended for the
convenience of travellers rather than
a money making proposition. If well
managed, however, it cannot help
Costa Six Dolljirrt. .
It costs six Uoiiars to tiirasu your
step-father in Wailuku. The othe r
day u Hawaiian plead guilty to lick
ing his father, a venerable old man
before the District Magistrate, and
was sentenced to three months hard
labor. On appeal to the Circuit
court in mitigation of sentence, the
fact developed tint it was only his
step-father whom he licked, and the
price was reduced to six dollars
What it costs to thrash your mother
in-law lias not yet been passed upon
Sad Death of n Kihel Miner,
On Monday last, ' the sad news'
reached Wailuku that Mr. John Me.
Auley of Kihei had been Instantly
killed by nn explosion of giant powder.
His partner Thomas Nolan gives the
following graphic account of the ac
cident. "We were about ready to blast on
Monday afternoon at 5:10, P. M. I
went to the mouth of the shaft and
gave the three bell signal to the en
gineer to stand by, and the engineer
signalled back, "all right." I then fir
ed my hole, and just as I had finish
ed, I heard Jack call out to his Jap
helper, "Get out of the shaft as
quick as you can." I and my Jap help
er wet e standing by the heist bucket
and I sungout ' Come on Jack. quick."
He answered back "I've one more
hole. Tom." I called to him again,
and just then I heard one of Jack's
shots go off. I got no answer, and I
think he was killed by that shot, T
and the two Japs ran behind the ma
chinery for protection, and as the
first shot put out the lights, wo stood
there in the dark till all the shots
went cff. I then found my way to the
bucket and signalled K hoist, When
I reached the top I called the fore
man, and we went b;ek down and
found Jack by the bulkhead, dead."
A rock had struck Mr, Me Auley on
Ihe back of the head, crushing in his
skull and killing him instantly. There
was no other wound on th- body.
The remains wore brought to
Wailuku and impressive funeral ser
vices held at the Catholic Mission,
Father James officiating.
Mr. McAuley was from Saulsbyi ille
Tuolumne County, California, where
he leaves a wife and three children.
Just a few hours before accident, he
he had received a letter from his
wife, and was rending it to the boys
and rejoicing at hearing from homo.
Deceased was about 35 years old
and was a sober and steady man
highly esteemed by his employers
and held in affectionate regard by
Comes to Wailuku.
M . David Meyer, who left Wul-
luku six years ago to accept a posi
tion with tho Kahului Railroad Com
pany, has resigned his position as
general freight 'agent, and will come
to AYailukuon tho first on the month
to reside, with his family. He has
rented and will occupy the residence
formerly occupied by' Attorney
Mr. Meyer has been a trusted and
valuable employee of the Railroad
Company, whom Supt. Filler will
regret to lose, and whose place will
not be easily filled. Mr. Meyer will
find no trouble in securing profitable
employment, in Wailuku, and the
firm or business which secures his
services may reckon itself lucky.
Mr. Meyer belongs to the ener
getic, progressive and liberal minded
class of citizens whom Wailuku needs,
and his advent amongst us will be
a cause of congratulation.
The Salvation Army
Meetings will be conducted as
Wailuku, Sat. Eve. Oct, 27, at
Wailuku, Sun. Eve. O-t, 2S, at
7::i0 P. M. v
(Jail Sufi. Oct, '-H, at 11 a. in.
Junior Sun. at 3, v. m.
Wailuku Rand of Low, Mon. Oct, 2!t
Hamakuapoko, Tues. Eve. Oct, ,'.10,
at 7.30 p. m.
Paia Wed, 31, at 7.30 p. m.
Kahului Thur, Eve. Nov 1 at 7.30
Kihel Fri. Eve. Nov, 2, at 3, p. ni.
HORN. On October 23, VMM, to
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Carley, at l'aiu, a
Cornrrl'o rt uuJ Hotel Strwts.
THE MAUI NEWS
For Dele-gate to Congress
Hon. SAMUEL PA RKF.ff.
For Senators, Roe md Sonatoml
II . V. RALDWrX
A. N rci-'d'Oi'CAI
V. H. COGSWELL
For Represent -tiro TY.rl R
pivsentativo Distjit t .
G. IT. nif'KKV
J. TTAi'At Mil
V. 11. 1! WSrir.TV.N .
D. JI. KA1IAULE.MO
Attorney George Hons went to
I ana this week on a political trip.
D. I'. Eldredge. democratic candi
date for representative, is making
an active and winning light.
Prince David, aecunpuuiod by
several other democratic ppeakors
will visit. Maui next week and ..make
another tour of the Island. '
Bob Wilcox ciune over to Maui on
Wednesday i'.i company with, his g;is
tank well filled with' arguments in
favor of returning Rob to Oingriv:
Ho returned to Honolulu lust night,
Hon. T. R. L.--i!is. candidate f.u
senator, and H ;i. Thorn..; Hark,
candidate for representative; f(.r
Maui, have been to .Molokal and
Kauai, but returned, on the Maur.a
Loa last night.
The name of Philip Pall would
have gone on theMAfi Nkwk. ticket
had it not been that Molokal is or.,
titled to representation of wine
sort, and nobody im. Maui, not even
excepting Rro, Coke, the "uarpet
bagger", seems" to ki.ow who Paia
Vuki is or win or ever hopes to be.
Mr. Pali is. however, a bright and
progressive young Hawaiian.
Rob Wilcox poshes ;es a wonderful
influence over 1';e ignorant Ha
waiian voters, and the News r-onld.
argue stoutly for their immediate
disfranchisement, if it were not that
Rob Wilcox's prototype on ie
mainland, Mr. Rryan, vvio pollirg
so many ignorant hsiole votes this
fall. I we argue for the disfran
chisement of the one, conMrtteiloj'
would compel in 1 o ask for the dis
franchisement of the other.
The Hawaiian women of Wailuku
are determined to see that their bust
bauds arc not ginned out o7 'a vottf
at this election. They culled' :;
meeting the other day, add by form .
ally enacted resolution, determined
that early on the morning of elec.
tion, day t'-ey Will roan I up their
lords und masters and corral, tliem
in the skating rink, from' which they
will be led forth in . nquuds to the
polis under escort of a committee
of their wives and iwocthearts, and
matin to exercise their right of suf
frage,' before they art? liberated.
The secret vote is the tiling that
does the trick. Hawaii Democrat.
"The Republican party is tin of".
shoot of the democi ali nartv."
John E. Rush.
Hawaii may take the prize' for
heavenly twins. A fusion of republi.
jL'ans and democrats U tiilked of to
lioat a third pa;-!;.-, Globe. Renin
There wii", never he po..1'. sixiung
the nations until there Is i:ne way
devised for making the jir.g.tes get
to the firing lina and d i Ihe fighting
"How are you g iiug to vote thN
time?" IiK;;;bed the h.irny-listeo
Son of Toil.
"p'or my bread and butter.'' an
swered the PI. hiding Wage' Earner
w ho wore aSa-U Parl.erb d e.-rlV.
"I don't believe tliere is a trunt in
the United States. Tlie State laws
mako trusts impossible, and I want
to tell you that every an'.i frust law
in the statute-bonks of Svutc or nation
was enacted by the Republican par.
ty." Mark Uunua.
Fo Dleatc to Congress
'Hon. SAMUEL PARKER.
Pot Scnat3M,8:ja:il Sjsinto-.'iri!
H. P. BALDWIN'.
A. N. KELMIKAT.
MAIXEKl H. EEUTER,
For Representative .-5, Tided I!c
J. K. XAKILA
C. II. RICKEY
D. H. KAT1 AULELIO
For Delicate to Congress
Hon. DAVID KAWAXAXAKOA,
Fcr Scnr.tors, Second Scnutoria!
. II. CORNWELL,
T. R. LYONS
For Representatives, Third Re
F. II . II AYSELPEN
D P. ELDREDGE
J. HA PA I NUI
Reh-w.I'm:; Paiitv Nowxr.E
Oblong Fung' & Co. will cloe their
store on October 1st., 11HI0. All
bills against tiie store must be sent
in at once as the lnannger leaves
or China. October '.Oth. All persons
indebted to the Quong Fung Store
must call and settle at once, or their
accounts will be pluwd i;i till' hands
of a collector,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Oii uptember 1st, the following
egulatiohs in regard to. freight
handled by the . Kahului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
I. JN'o freight will be received at
any of. ihe duiMits unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped a
the law directs. Ilhuks may boob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot M'.J minute
before departure of trains.
'I. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered; ot KalnJul before
noon of dav of sailing, and freight for
East Matil ports mifst be delivered
at Kahului bt fore !) a. m. of tailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W.' FILLER.
Kahului, Maui. Augat SX-i VMM.
Kiila Corn Land.
A t rat t tif fine corn luuil in Kuht,
consisting of 104 acres, now
owned by L. Von Temsliy und
Lae Tilt Sun.
A very low price wUbe asked
to avoid expense of Court parti
tion and s;;le. Inquire of
' DAVIS A GEAK.
j.." Attorneys at Law.
. "jildd lluilding, Honolulu, H. T
Your business in tho
W. H, KIN
"Corner Main & Market Streets-"'
Carpenter! t3tl kler
Plans and estimates urnHijid.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First CJa:,s Matta-ia! oa
C;:J:o:t Vc:k n Gpeeialty,
W. H. KING !
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Material furnished foi
Connect tin with City .
Water Mains. ', '
1Vc31uli, Maul, M. I
G. M AC'FA RL-AJCE & Co. , pdt
Pure American and
Beer c- Wines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp, Waijtiliu Doput
Matt. Mt-Cxx PjIppietor
American &5iotch Whiskey :
Beer4," "Ale AND Wine -
Ics Cold Drinks. j
C Peacock a ci
GREEN RIVER WHISKnx
O. V. G, Special
PA3ST BEtX TCNIC j
Marie E3rl aiard St Roger
French Brandies and -
Standard Chnmpagn j
nnd Table' vvlnee.
All Leading tirmulH
PHONE 4, HONOLUL
I3RIDGE STREET HILO, HAWAI
AGENTS FOR .
Rainier Bottled Beer, ef Seattle-,
C. Carpy & o., Uncle Sam Wini
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jcsue Moore Whiskey '
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey , I i
Lonp 1 lie Whiskey I .
Lexington Clis'o Old BDufisan Whlsko'
Watnatlne ' '
J F Cutter's Whiskey '
Moet Si Chandon V,'hite Seat Chars
a. g; DIC KINS, i
by tho District Magistrate.
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