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Wailuku Is enjoying u spoil of real
Tho fiwno work or the two story
drug store building is all up ami Dip,
root and sides will :r.m bo 0:1,
Manager C. 11. "Wells of the Wni
lnl;u Plantation is expected homo
either today or next Wednesday.
An ela'viratq s.'st.vn of b.ilhhniuos
is in eontemplation at Kaliului in
connection with the new hotel to be
Mr. Homer Xihwil;s has accepted
the position of understudy to tho
Nkws 11111:1, with the viji.v of learning
jiow to edit.
(If v. "W. Ault returned from Hono
lulu (jU Tuesday, and will hold ser
vices ut Wailuku tomorrow morning
Marshal Ray paid v. brief visit to
Maui tliis wee';, c iming over on
"Wednesday and returning to Hono
lulu on Thursday night.
Tho post office department has
shipped to th.e L ihaina post oflicc a
lafge, tine fireproof safe. It reached
.ahajmi per Wednesday's Maui.
There is a little friendly rivalry be
tween Wailuku a.i.l K-.hului as to
which shall have the now electric
and ice plant. Talk fast Mr. Filler,
or we may get it yet.
We ijtrongly advise our Hawaiian
frhjnds not to make a mistake, and
vote for Hob W ileox, because it will
be a mistake on your part, even if
you vote for him intentionally.
Mr. J. N. K. Keola lias been ap
pointed deputy tax assessor to suc
ceed Mr. W. T. .Robinson, whose ap
pointment to succeed 0. IT. Dickey
Esq. is gazetted in this issue of the
Superintendent Hal of the water
works has secured some remarkably
large, fine specimens of gold fish
and put them in the reservoir, where
they will bo both useful and ornamen
tal. "W. II. Fh'ld and Mr. Grimwood
fame over on Tuesday's Kinau tq
push their several enterprises in
Maui. Mr, Field says ''tlTey never
tqijhed him" while he was in tho
The attention ofourkdy readeis
is specially invited to the new at'. ( f
tho White House, on the first page
of this issue. You will find just 'hat
you have been wanting qvoted there,
at low prices,
A dyspeptic, corrospon lent airs
hie vipws tliis week on tho bread
question. Just wait. We've got the
drugstore now, and it is only a ques
tion of a. short time till we get the
bakery and the bank.
Mrs. C. D. Stone, representing
Wal. Nichols Co. is organizing an
ilnoyelopnedia dub on Maui. She
organized one Up ge club on Hawaii,
and then to supply the demand, had
j;o organize another one.
Mr," Wadswarth, of tho M iu'i S ida
& loo Works, wh.ho.s to impress it
emphatically upon his oorrpfcpondents.
that his post office address in Kaiiui
mti, Malt, and not; Wailuku, Par.
ties writing him will please make, a
p,otc of this and save delay
VI on, Samuel . Parker, Prince
David und D. H. MeCluiiahan are in.
town, doing politics t )day. Mn,
McClanahan speaks at tho fish lnarr
kct, at 2 P. M. this afternoon, tpd
if Mack is in his usual fottlo it will
he ju&t fun a drop round and watch
the political fur fly.
Today is a gala day with the
Japanese, the event being tho cele
bration of the birthday of the Mikado.
The skuting rink has been hired by
thorn for the day, und will bo the
scene of rar-j revelry r.iuong the
Jittle brown men, who will unlver.
sally observo the day.
Mr. William Kahnlemauna, has
accepted the position of foreman of
the mechanical department of tho
News Mr. Kahalemauna has had
considerable experience in the news
und job -departments of the Hono
lulu dailies, and is well qualified to
till the position which he has uc;
Mr. John Tavares, youngest broth,
er of Attorney Tavares of Makawao,
passed through Wailuku on Wednes
. day on his way to Lahaina to attend
Labainaluna School. This school is
Jioculiarly well adapted to fit young
men for the active duties of life, and
Mr. Tavares is to be congratulated
MV his chQiqe of an aluta iflater. '
Death of Mm. J, IN. K. Keola.
It is our sad duty to announce the
passing awny of Mrs. Lily Keola,
wife of J. N. K. Keola, of Wailuku,
last Sunday morning. For the past
two years she has been gradually de
clining with consumption and had
been under the professional care of
Dr. Armitnge who did all that could
be done to make her last hours easy.
Mrs. Keola was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. P Paehaole of
Molokni, and was 20 years of age at
the time of her death. She leaves two
infant daughters. Her girlhood was
spent in Honolulu, at school. She
was educated at St. Andrew's Priory
and at the Fort St. School, under
Prof. Scott, and her home was with
the family of Dr. Burgess diHng
her school days.
On last, Sunday afternoon, her re
mains were interred in Iao cemetery
in tho presence of a host of sorrowing
friends. The pallbearers were Judge
Jona, Hon. A. N. Kopoikai, J, K.
Kehookcle, Hon. T. H. Lyons, John
Aluli and Mr.W. T. Robinson. Funeral
services were held first at tho lesi
dence, an 1 concluded at the ceme
tery. Rev. O. Nawahine of Waiheo
officiating. A choir was in attendance
led by Mr. Moses Kahumahu, and
there wus an abundance of beautiful
Mrs. Keola possessed a sweet,
womanly character, which made
her much beloved by all who knew
her, and she was a devout und sin
cere Christian. Her loss will be a sad
bereavement to her husband and her
two little ones, as well as to hir
many friends in Wailuku.
Thij community was startled and
shocked to learn on Thursday aftir:
noon, that Elaine, tho little four
year old daughter of our townsman,
Hon. T. H. Lyons, had accidently
fallen into a large bathtub full of
water and was drowned.
Mr. and Mis. Lyons were tem
porarily stopping with Judge and
Mrs. Kepoikai pending the com
pletion of the'r own new residence,
and it was there that tho s.id affair
happened. The mother missed the child
for a few minutes, and she and Mrs.
Kepoikai began to search for her.
On approaching j;'.io bathtub, Mrs.
Kepoikai saw Ela"n3s hut floating on
tho water. Further search discover
ed the b( dy of the child at the bot
tom of tho tub.
Dr. Weddick and Dr. Armitage
were at once summoned, and for
over three hours they employed
their utmost skill to resusitato the
child, without avail.
On yesterday aftornoon at two,
funeral services were hold at tho
Catholic Mission. Elaine was an exr
quisitely beautiful child, with bright,
winning ways that endeared her to
all hearts. Merp words are not
adequate to express tho tender and
heartfelt sympathy of the whple com
munity for the parents in their
On tho 21st, Mr. P. McLane,
manager of Kamalo plantation on
MoloUai met with a very pain'ul ac
cident. He was returning from
Kawela, a distant portion of the
plantation and was overtaken by
night, On tho road is a washout caus
ed by the late rains, aud it was
quite dark. Ho was mounted on a
spirited horse, and not seeing tho
washout ho plungo 1 into it some fif
teen foot. In falling Mr, McLane
was unseats 1 and thrown forward
against rooky bank. Ho was stunned
but soon recovered sufficiently to
crawl out of the washout. Ho then
tried to walk but found himself un.
abie- to do so, so ho crept home, some
three miles, on his hands and knees.
It was of course slow progress, and
by the tinio he reached homo ho was
so exhausted that he could not reach
the gate latch.
His efforts to open tho gate at
tracted the attention of tho servants
who came out with his now anxious
wife, and Mr. MoLano was found ly.
ing helpless in front of tho gate
and was curried into tho house.
Fortunataly no bones were broken
and Mr, McLane will soon bo out
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. J. N. Iv. Keola extends his
sjneero thanks to to Mr. and Mrs.
Kepoika', Judge and Mrs. Kuluu,
Mrs. Sarah Kalama, Miss Malone,
Miss Turner and all other kind
friends whose assistance and sym
I pathy were so kindly extended to
him ia Iris receui bereavement.
Edikou Mait News.
Your recent editorial of tho sub
ject of "Wanted! a Hakery" gives
voice to tho most Jirgent and press
ing fjf all the wants you have from
time to time enumerated.
I myself have boon in this country
for nearly ten years, and have not
tasted a real first class loaf of bread
in all that time.
Once in a while, at a private hoiwe
may be, one will come across what
is an approach to good bread, but
the A. 1. article such as can be pur
chased at the San Francl -co bakeries
cannot bo got here. I have heard
various reasons for thii, alleged, such
as the climate, the absence of brew
eries, and therefore of fresh beer,
yeast, etc., but I think if tho right
men were here, the' loaf of bread
"like mother used to make" could he
attained to. (to to the average
Chinese bakery, tho best one you
know of, pick up a loaf and smell at
it. Why it is half-sour to begin with,
half baked, though may be the crust is
burned, halt dough, and wholly indi
gestible, No wonder every second person
you meet has dyspepsia, whet, the
very staff of life itself, is converted
by premature fermentation into a
poison, instead of a nourishment.
There is an abundant opening for a
bakery of the right sort at "vTuiluku,
because communication from that
point is so good, that a real genuine
good loaf would be sought after by
the whole of Moui. May tho good day
soon come !
THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA CLUB.
Half Price Rates.
The enterprising firm of V.'r.ll,
Nichols Co., of Honolulu, anticipating
tho wishe? and needs of Maui, have
secured tho Services of Mrs. C. D.
Stone of Chicago to represent them
in introducing the Encyclopaedia
Britannica. Mrs. Stone has repre
sented tho Werner Company of
Chicago for the pant twelve years,
and is up to dato in her line of work.
She will not make a house-to-h use
canvass, as she is rot, in tho ordh
narjf sense of the term, a book agent,
but will call on a ow of our lending
citizens and afford them the oppor
tunitf to join the Encyclopaedia
club, which entitles each member of
the club to one set of tho Encyclo
paedias at just one-half the regular
price, payable in monthly instal
ments. The complete set of 31 volumes
up to 1!)()0, in a handsome, polished
oak case will be placed in ycur home s
on receipt qf the cost of thp freight,
giving members of the club one year
to pay tho balance.
Should Mrs. Stone nvprlook you,
send your name and address to Wai
luku, care of the News ojlice, and
she will gladly call and show j'ou
samples of tho binding and flj30 san -pies
of the complete work,.
To fie 24 xo'umcs of the original
Edinburg edition, seven volumes have
been added, making the American
edition. Tho Encyclopedia Britan
nica is too wdl known tp need any
commendation, and with thp AmerU
can supplemental volumos. it forms
a work that th ,uu Du found ia every
American houuehol l. This Encyclo
pedia contains an epitome of thp sum
total of tho world's knowledge, up
to date, and is so indexed that the
youth tho student, the mechanic, tho
professional man, in short all classes
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The Salvation Army
Meetings will be conducted as
Wailuku, Sat. Eve. Nov. 3, Street
meeting 7, P. M. & indoor meetings
at 7.4o P. M.
Wailuku, Sun. 4, Open air meeting
at 7, P. M. & indoor meeting at 7.45
(Jail meeting at 11 A. il. & Junior
meeting at 3 P. M.)
Wailuku. Mon. .1th at 2:15 P. M.
(Baud of Love.)
Haniakuapoko, Tues, t, at 7:30
Sprecklesville, Wei. 7, at 7:3(1
Lahaina, Wed. 7, at 7:30 P. M.
Kaliului, Thurs. tt, ut 7:30 P. M.
Kihei, Fri. 9, atS:00 P. M.
J. H. BAMRERRY,
THE MAUI NEWS
For Eeleguto to CV.igrers
Hon. SAMUEL PARKER,
For Senators, Secmd iSemitotJ i1.
H. P. BALDWIN
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
W. II. COllNWELL
For Reprosontativos, Thir.l Re
C, IT. DICKEY
J. HAPAI NUI
F. H. TIAYSELDEX
D. H. KAHAULELIO
Colonel John Riohardoii in Ids
spopch n,t the Orphrum tho other
night, when a Democrat ie meeting
was held, used n strong aruniont
against the "haolc haters" who flock
under the Wilcox banner. Richard
son is a Hawaiian of tho finest type.
Well educated, a lawyer of promin
ence on the Island of Maui, and a man
trained in politics here mid abroad
he knows of what he is talking. He
told his fellow countrymen that if
they, in this important campaign,
declared war against the "haole."
they would he the sufferer? In the
end, He reminded ho audience of
the fact that he certainly had no
reason to love the har-le, but that
he plainly saw that for the good
of all the race question tnnst be drop
ped forever and all good citizens wQri;
hand in hand, irrespective of color
and races. Colonel Richardson tln.n
said, "Remember, my countrymen,
that the Territorial Act under which
we now must conduct our puhllo
life, provides, that no m in hhall
serve as a juror, without bein nbhr!
to read aud write the English lan
guage understundingly. Flow many of
our country men can ar.su'er that
qualification? A:.d In tV coiue of
kiwents every man hero may bo
brought into Court a id have civil or
criminal proceedings before a jury,
selected according to the Act. If
you to-day declare war against a
man be?ause he has a whito skin, do
you suppose that the man will not
retaliate when he has you, the huole
ha'ter, at his mercy as a juror? You
may turn down tho haolo ut the bal
lot bps, even If the hnole had been
your bist friend during your life,
but romcrnhcr tl at there may some
day be a chance for thp luifdn to
turn you down In a very sf.rlous
manner in thejirr bo.. The nie,i
who started and who urge yet the
haolQhatlng business shoul I be turn
ed down now for good and foreve r.
No intelligent Hawaiian Ls looking
for a polipy which will ant as a
boonuranpf." Colonol Richardson
was loudly applauded by the tnnnv
Hawaiian pnosent from whom Hie
Word "pololei" was fn quent'y heard
(luring his addnpss. "Pololiij" is the
Hawaiian word fan "rhiht yau are
Moses !" Independent.
The dt nvx-rats have nr persistent!
ly ointod.out the propriety of down
ng Sam Parker, and the republicans
have so eloquently urg d the defeat
of Prince David t.iat we unsophisti
cated voters may take tho-tn ht
thoir word and elect Hob,
With 450 voter to be oast at Wai
luku next Tuesday, on the Australian
plan, unti only t: reo booths allowed
by law, each voter to prepare and
vote four different tickets, from 8
a.m. to 5 p. m., tho query arises,
how can it be done?
McClauahan says that the demo
cratic purty is the party of the man
and that the 'republican party is the
party of thedollar. We venture the'
prediction that tho approaching elec
tion on the mainland will demontrate
that the republican party Is both the
party of tho dollar and of the man.
Municipal government is as neces
sary for the advaneemert of Hono
lulu as healthy food is for the growth
of an Infant.-- Repnblican. 1
Tho same is quite as true of county
municipal government for ouch of
fof Delsnte to Corses:)
HnS. SAMUEL PARKER.
Po fl inntons, Second Senat-"iol
II. P. BALDWIN,
A. N. KEPOIK.M,
MAINEKI TI, REUTF.R,
J. Iv, NAKILA
C. II. DICKEY
d. ii. kahaulelio
Fo' Delegate to Congress
Hox. DAVID KAWANANAKOA,
For Senator, Scconi Suratorlt-.l
W. IT. CORN WELL,
T. B. LYONS
Fop Rcprcpcntativcf:, Third Pe
F. H. HAYSELDEN
H. P. ELDREBOE
.1. HAPAI .NUI
CiF.ORG E HONS
Rr.iurui.iCAN P.uiTf Xpmixek
October ;-!it!irl '.;.
Notice is htrp'iy &ivon that
William T. Hobinsoii V.a . h.is thi
day been appointed Assessor f"r the
Second Taxniion Division viz. I.s'.iindi
of Man'. Mo!ok:;i, und Lanai, vice
C, IT. Dickey Esq.. resigned.
Til EO. F.LANSING.
Tir.iAsrttsu 'f'!uiT()iiv or- jiaw.mi.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st, tho following
regulations In regard to freight
handled by tho Kaliului Railroad
Punipany, wil go into effect.
1, No freight will be received at
any of the depots unions accompanied
by u Shipping receipt, stmnipod as
the law directs. Blanks may bo ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less, delivered at d'Pt 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
!5, Freight for shipment per S S.
1!Claudlne" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kalmlui before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kaliului before 9 tt, fn. of sailing
Kaliului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER.
Kahuhil, Maui. August 2:ird l!Mlil,
Ku!a Corn Land.
A tract of tine corn kind in Kul;
consisting f 101 ncns, now
owned hy L. Von Tmnsky und
Loo Tut Sun.
A vory low prieo will bo asked
to avoid expense of Court parti
tion find sale. Inquire 0"
DAVIS & GEAR.
Attorneys at Law.
Judd Huildinjy, Honolulu , V. T
Y;mr business in t b
W. H. KINO
Corner Main & Market Street?.
T?ians and estiir.!;,. furnished.
WAGON f MRiHUjti EPHR.Nj
First Cki:;s Material 011 Ila'v1.
Cabinet Work n Spcj,plt ,
W. H. KINO
Kinder i Bescli
Male-rial furnished foj
Ponnoct'011 with Cit.y
Wnjliiln, VI out, H. I4
ji. MACFARLANE& Co., Ltd.
Pure Anisricari am
Deer & lAines
Qvip' yijiluku Depot
WAILUKU, , s MAUI,
Beer, AlQ AND Wins-
Ice Cc-ld Drinks.
Lahaina, Kiu (). I,
C Peacock S Co;
GREEN RIVER WHISKER
O. Y. Q. Special
PABST Btr,R S TONIC
Marie Brlrard & Rqsr
Fpenoh Erai-Jci ie-a einct
Standord O - e it- pngnev
and Takile vItifsf
Alt L,ttlin Brands
PHQNE 4. HONOLULU
BRIDGE HILO, HAWAII.
1. . ,
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Carpy & o Uncle Sam Win$
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Ca!
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream ure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiske;
J F Cutter's Whiskey
MoetffChandon White Seal Cham
A. G. DICKINS,
WAILUKU, MAUI T, H