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S i'njriljj for tin; Maim Xk.wm.
The tP.1c.hor3 of Wuilului Union
School will k'ivc an entertainment
on December 1".
.I.i. ix.'.s S'.nith. of Kihol, will to
work 011 the W'iiilu'vii i'iaiit, 1 ti;):i an
toiim lima, shortly.
The Intor-IsUnd steamer Knuni
e uvteu nff.iv her foresail cHinnjj
hvrns from Eleele on Friday niylit.
A first cl.is jo! printer at the
Nbum ofli.'o. liill heads, letter heads,
cikrds, and miseeiliuieoiis job work a
Matt. MeCr.in and P. II. Kuhaule
lio of Livhain-i, visited VCiulr.ku on
Thursday, returning to Lr.hur.iii the;
The site of th" new hotel at Kaliu
lui has been Traded and leveled,
preparatory to beginning work on
the building'. ,
.. Mr. J. X. K. Keola spent, election
day ul Pukno, Molokui. uud reports
that the eleeti.iii pushed off quietly
oa that Island.
He s'.iro to join the Encyclopaedia
Club. This elegant standard work
Ot just fl:io h'llf price and one year
lo p.vy for it.
Several pra tic.il business men
and horse men have complimented
tho News 011 it last week's editorial
on the subject of horse shoeing.
Mrs. C. T-I. Dickey, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. Wuterhou.se,
and Miss Alexander came over 011
tho Mauna Loa on Wednesday
Dr. Raymond, young Mr. Dilling
ham and Mr. Uuick of Hono
lulu came over to Kahului on the
Maui, and proceeded directly to
Wind storms have beeu unusually
severe 011 Maui lately. Many trees
were blown down at Lahr.inu, and a
number of corn fields in Kula were
laid low by the wind and rain.
Mrs. More, the mother of Mrs.
C. B, Wells, awompank'd Mr..C. B.
Y,'ells ou his return from the Coast,
und will remain for some mouths at
Wailuku as the guest of Mr. end Mrs.
Manuel Dutro has been made the
riuyiager of the Iao Stabler, for term
of one year. Mr. Dutro is a very
clever and obliging young man, und
will prove popular with the patrons
of this stable.
Mrs. David Dorward and son ar
rived from the Const, on the Alameda,
came -directly to Wailuku and are
stopping at tho Windsor. Mr. Dor
ward is employee at Uihei as con
Some daj's ago. a Japanese named
Fugita was fishing with giant pow
der at Molokai, and was "literally
blown to atomi. Few of his remait.s
were found. No one was with him
when the accident occurred.
Tho recent rains have done anm
meusc amount of good to the cane
on tho central Maui sugar planta
tions. Cane on Wailuku Plantation
Is already beginning to tassel, aud
will soon be ready for the mill.
It is reported that there is a very
severe potato blight ii: . Kula, and
that many fields have been destroyed.
-.Tins is to bo regretted, for the Kula.
potato IS; an epicurean dainty to
lovers of the tuber.
G t$. Wells returned from the
Ooast on Saturday. He spent sev
eral weeks at the tea side resorts
of southern California, but was sick
most of the time, and finally lias to
return to Wailuku for his health.
""Mr. George Jones, the f leam plow
r tour, of Honolulu, tmd .Yr. J. J. New-
ve-rrre. of Kaunap.ili.j.i.peiit several
days at Wailuku this Week us guests
at the Windsor. Mr. J toes !. an old
Wailukan, having lived here in 18(i".
The old wharf at Kalmiui has beeu
. extended 40 feet, and iiew piles are
being driven under tho old portion
of the wharf. New flooring is being
substituted for the old plunks, and
tlic Vholo Wharf w ill 'He pnn lieally
1 a new orte when the hlk is completed
NOTICE.- A Concei t will be given!
at the Wailuku Union School, S.vrrit
dav, Nov. 1", 1901) at TIM P. M. b
the pupils assisted by'outside talent.
' It is weR worth tho admission to -ee
the Drill, Nations aii'l Mother i'lub-
i-y ba.id with her do.". The proceeds of
the Concert is to hoty defray tlte ox-fli.iiis-e
Vf the t'eliool 'j)ifin.
Rain on Molokul.
Editor Maui News.
Of late there have been heavy
rains on the cast end of Molokai
Kaunakakal got its share on the 18th,
it being unusual for rains to come so
early, as rain is always expected
here 111 November, but not earlier,
This lias been the best year for rain
on Molokai for the past 25 years.
Probably the ancient Hawaiian nkuas
are showing the unbelieving haoles
that, they are mistaken in regard
to tho being no water on the Kona
side of Molokai. which statement
was made in tho "Plantors' Month
ly," a short while ago.
Unfortunately ths editor of the
"Monthly" printed au article con
taining statements concerning things
which he knew nothing about, and
gave a bad name to Molokai. Dr.
Maxwell, ns well as the editor of the
"Monthly," wrote an article about
things ofwhieh neither of them knew
the facts. Tf (he "Monthly"- was
solely guided by tho report of Dr.
Maxwell, it may bo excused for the
error. AcAordin? to Dr. I.iYwnir
report, Molokai h :is no streams flow
hig to its Kona side, and he argues
therefrom that no waier could be
found by boring on the Kon.i nide of
The editor showed this article to E.
Dunn and George Trimble, two old
hunters of Molokai, who havo tramp
ed over every foot of the Kona moun
tains. These hunters pointed out
the misstatements in tho article and
assured the editor tlin t Dr. Maxwell
had never been, on the Kona sido of
the Kamalo mountains of Molokai,
but had probably made his observa
tion! from the deck of a passing
It is a well known fact to all old
residents of Molokai that there are a
large number of streams which flow
into the .sea on the Kona side of Mo
lokai at most times of the year. True,
not many How continiously to the sea,
but they flow to within a short dis
tance of it. Tho principal of these
is tho Great Kawehi r.nUli ui,i,.i.
flows continiously to withiu half a mile
of the sea.
That there arc many others, can
be substantiated by observation and
by the statements of reputable men
who live- hero and know about these
There is a great future for Molo-
uai, as there is no better caue land
on the Islands, but to get a supply of
water by boring one must come the
great Kawela Gulch and eastward.
Death oS Hon. D. P. Eldretlge.
D. P. Eldredgc, candidate
for representative for Maui on the
democratic ticket, "died suddenly at
his residence at Makawao last Sun-
, He had just rcturno l from Wai
luku, reaching homo about 10 P. M.
Having put away his team, he went
into the house and asked for water
to wash. The water being very cold.
his wife advised him. not use it, and
consequently lie dampened a towel
and applied it to his face. As he
placed the wet t6wcl againts his
forehead, ho gave one yroan aud
fell to tho floor lifeless, from rupture
and hemoi rhage of oifo of tho blood
vessels of tho brain.
Mr. Eldrego is well known on Maui,
having held responsible public posi
tions us early as tho days of the
monarchy. He was making a vigor
ous political light, and as 'ho has
for years been sulTonng with heart
troubles, it is supposed that ' this
hastened his death.
The funeral services were held last
Wednesday morning at Makawao
attended 1 y a large concourse of his
f rieuds fr m all parts of the Islnd.
RAKING THE WAILUKU JAIL.
High Sheriff Brown is at his tricks
again. About a year ago lie issued a
ukase that all the lon;r term prison
ers in the Wailuku jail should bo sent
to Oahu prison. A kick was "made
at tho time, and it was supposed
that it would not happen aain.
This we'1 the "sHcriff of Maui re
ceived 'iftAher mfeiidate from the
High Sheriff to sendVtu all the long
teVni tt-isoners now n the Wailufku
jail. This is simply an outrage, for
Maui needs the labor 'of these ften
quite as much as Honolulu does, and
Honolulu has no ntoral right to In
crease her available chain gang at
the 'expense of Maui. Somo 6f the
uu-n to lie ftftt over 'o.?o working fir
tho Maui rodJl board, u'hd 'tlMr
services canuot well be sfiilrea.
Hereafter it is greatly to be .hoped
and desired that tlte "Hi.rh Tfcliriff
will cease his raids the Whilnk-u!
jail whenever ho finds his HiHioiulun
working fMVe-Vhwt ljVnded.
.. . ., , ,
Annual Meeting of Maui Teachers.
The annual niectingof the teachers
of Maui will be hekl at Maunaolu
Seminary, Makawao, on Monday,
December 3. An elaborate and
intonsting program of practical
work has been prepared, and the
meeting will lie an inspiration to all
teachers except those who are work
ing for a salary,-merely.
Word has been sent from the De
partment of Public Instruction in
Honolulu that the various school
agents may, upon application, grant
teachers permission to close their
schools on that day for the purpose
of attending the meeting.
Teachers should make application
to their respective school agents for
leave of absence, and every teacher
on Maui should be present, if possi
ble. Public Auction.
I will sell at Public Auction at the
residence of Jas. Kennedy Esq. at
Paia, Maul, on Friday. November
Kith. l:!i; the entire Household
furniture, ccnsl.sling of:-
One Upright Pinno (Hrmsinead
A Sons, London)
One Book Cuse Cabinet. One Side
Board, O110 Bedroom Sel, Two Bu
reaus. One Bedstead. Wool Mattres-
ses, One Vvardrobe, Large D1.11.1g
Table. Pocking Chairs. Wicker Ta
ble, Oak Table, Kitchen Cairs, Sew- ,
ing Machine, O110 Couch, One Large
Stove, Hanging A Stand Lamps.
Slatting, Rugs. Pictures, Kitchen
Utentils, Plants, etc, etc,
THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA CLUB.
Half Price Rates.
Tho enterprising firm of Wall.
Nichols Co., of Honolulu, anticipating
the wishes and needs of MauL have
secured tho services of .Mrs. C. D.
Stono of Chicago to represent them
in introducing the Encyclopaedia
Britannica. Mrs. Stone has repre
sented the Werner Company of
Chicago for tho past twelve years,
and is up to date in her line of work.
She will not make a house-to-house
canvass, as she is not, in the ordi
nary sense of the term, a book agent,
but will call on a few of our lending
citizens aud afford them the oppor
tunity to join the Encyclopaedia
club, which entitles each member of
the club to one set of the Encyclo
paedias at just one-half tho regular
price, payable m monthly instal
ments. Tim eomnlnto Pt f SI vnlnmnc
up to 19(10, in a handsome, polished
trnk case Will be placed in your homes
on receipt of the cost of the freight.
giving members of the club one year
to pay the balance.
Should Mrs. Stono overlook you,
send your name and address to Wai
luku, care of the News ofiiec, and
she will gladly call and show j'ou
samples of tho binding and also sam
ples of the complote work.
To the 2i volumes of the original
Edinburg edition, seven volumes have
been added, making the American
edition. The Encyclopedia Britan
nica is too well known to need any
conuneudation, and with tho Ameri
can supplemental volumes, it forms
a work that should be found in every
American household. This Encyclo
pedia contains an epitome of the sum
total of the worhV knowledge, up
to date, and is sdhidexod that the
youth the student, tlm mechanic, the
professional man, Tn sftcVvt all classes
of people can at once find ftlid turn
tc just what they want. Join tie
The Salvation Army
Meetings will be conducted
Wailuku, Sat. ISov. 10.
at 7. Jfc indoor ik'tf. 1-X7i r m
Wailuku, Sun. 11, Open av at 7, A
uiJoor mlg, 7.45 p. 111.
Wailuku. Sun, n, Jail at 'l a. m.
& Junior mtg, 7:4.1 .p. 111.
Wailuku. Mon. Nov. 12, Band of
Love, for children.
Hamakuapoko. N6v. 1.1, at 7:Sri
p. m. " I
Pauwtla, Nov. U, at 7:30 p. 'hY .. 1
KahaTui, rsov. IS, ht 7:'5l n. m.
Kahakuloa, Nov. H', at 7:30 p. 'iTt
Everybody s cordiaij 'invited
We have met the enemy and we
are theirs. The back of Witeoxism
was supposed to have been broken
on Maui, but resulls have prorsn
differently. As one of the canoldniea
tersely puts it, "Ihey took repuhli.
can mur.ey, drank democratic gin
and voted the independent ticket
On the morning after 1he election
a venerable old Hawaiian on the
streets of Wailuku. m e of 1!
wore a gaudy Prince David hatband!
Prii.ee David button's en ihn lan;:el
of his cont. and no.-si'.lv niiu.-a
pinned to his coat tail. wn:-. nuHiclv
expressing his (lisapp-.iiitr.iei.t fit
Prince David's defeat. In his grsth
ular eloquence, his shirt cult worked
out of his coal wheve. and on it tvnv
written .the independent ticket
straight. A bvstander v h:ed the
cuff and held it up lo the gay.,i of the
crowd, and the old gentleman frunkly
admitted that he had voted the tick
et written 0:1 his cuff.
At Wailuku, about 4(i!l voters wert
registered. By noon it was clear
that the throe booths provided would
110:1 be sufficient, and by mutual
agreement, three more booths wi re
added. Even with these lnero:isiil
accomodation s, siv or ei
were shut out when five o'clock ur-
ived. There were tlli votes ii.t;i i!.
The result of the vote on all the
Islands is give:, below, as far as at
tainable: For Congress .
HON. SAMUEL PARK KB.
First District. No returns.
Second District. H. P. Baldwin:
1. E. Kaiue; Win.
Brown, Geo. R. Carter, Clarence L.
Crabbe, D. Kalauokalani, David K-
Fourth District. No returns.
FOR REPRESENT ATI VFK.
First District. No ret ir.is. S
District. No returns.
Third District. F. W. Berkley, J.
K. Hihio, Sol. Kawaihoa. C. II.
Dickey, Ahuli Iokua, G. P. K.iuima-ka-ilo.
Fourth District.!. W. Avlett. A.
F. Gilhllan, W. H. Hoogs. D. K. Kn-
lauokalani orJ.W, Kciki.fln dispute. )
Jonah Kumalae, A. G. ?.F. Robertson.
Fifth District. J. Emmehith. .T110.
C. Lane, S. K. Mahoe. .1. P. Maka-
lnai, 1l1. Mossman. Jr.. .T. K. th-on.
Sixth District. No returns.
General Election 1!S0. Thirl dis-
trict, Is. Of Muni Mwfcikni Lara!.
R. W. Wilcox ,.,
R. W. Wilcox
H. P. Baldwin
C. B. Cockott
W. H. Corn well
A. N. Kepoikai.
T. B. Lyons
M. II. Reuter
Iokua Ahulii .
F. W. Beckcly
C. H. Dickey
P. Eld ml go
A. K. Forsyth.
F. H. Hayselden-.
J. K. Hihio
D. H Kahaulelio . ...
D. K. Kahaulelio. .
G. 1J. Kauimukaolo .-.
J. K. Nakflfc .
J. Hit pal Xut.v.v.v. .; ..
J. RichaMsflh ' .
Tbha'l Congronni Vfte of Oahu.
Maul, Moloka'i hr'lanai: '
ll'Sam PaiV ..
Divid Ka waimnakou .
'h. w. w'iu ;.uvw:
For Delegate to Conrtres
Hon. SAMUEL PARKER,
Poi Senatofa, Second Gcncltordal
II. P. BALDWIN,
A. X. KEi'OJKAl,
MAIXEKI H. REUTER,
Renrepentativcp, Third Ue-
J. iv. NAKILA
C, H. DICKEY
D. II. KAHAULELIO
For Delegate to Conlcsa
Box. DAVID KAWANANAKOA,
POP Senators, Second Senatorial
W. II. CORXWELL,-
T. B. LYONS
For Reprcsentntives, Third Kc
prcscntn tivc District
F. H. HAYSELDKN
D. P. ELDREDGE
J. HAPAI NUI
R:iT.'JI.I"AS P.vnt Xomisijk
Notice h; hereby j,ivvn that
William T. Robinson Ej. has this
day been appointed Assessor 1-t the
Second Taxation Division Vz. Islands
of Maui, Moh.ktii, ar.d Liuiai, vice
C. H. Dickey Esq.. resigned.
THEO. F. LANSING.
TitMAsriVu TKaairoKv i" iiaw.mi.
On September 1st, the following
regulations i.i regard to freight
handled by tho Kahului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will be received at
any of the depots, unless aceo:in;Vaied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped tfs
the law directs. Blanks may be Ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot 3(t minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S S.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kahului before
noon of da j' of sailing, and frright for
VMitt Maui ports must be delivered
At KulnAui before 0 a-, hr. Wf sailing
KahulaX Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER.
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd !!M;.
Ifarta Cori Land.
A "tract tit fino corn land in KiAa,
0oftvf.w?h'f of 101 ac-ros,
owned by L. n ttrtxyby tod
Leo Tat Snn.
A verv hrx nricc ti ho, nskrd
jlio avoid fxiK'iise of CduA -iilti-li
t ion atfA Sale. Iiinuiro of
DAVIS t GEAR,
Attorneys at Law.
J lidd ftiVudinK, Honolulu-,!;, 't
;)ur 'fcu.sin6ss.in -tin
W. H. KING
Corner Main Jc Market Strectf.
CnrpiMiter rCi KStf llrlor
Plar.s anil estimates flirTiii-led,
WAGON O CARRIAGE 3?C:A!RINi
LA IK J 1 STOCK
Class M.vteri-.t! 0:1 Ila w.1,
Cabinet W'tr'u Ji Spccrtlty(
w, n. Kmc .
Kinder a Bsach
Plumbers & PIpoTltters
Mutrriiil furnished tot
Cohnoct'on with City
WnlluKa, MeiVll, M. I.
G. MACFARLANE& Co., Ltd,
Pure American arid
Seei & lAines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opi. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
W - 7
Matt. MeC.vx.v Piiornnrrt.r.
American & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, AieAND Wino
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui II. K
V C Peacock a Co.
GREEN RIVER WHISKER
O. V Ci. Spsclai
PABST BEtR & TONIC .
marie EJHzEsrd & R o&e-f
French Brandies and
and Tix'sl v V lues.
AH Leading SpnniJfs
PHONE 4, HONOLULU
Uy.iOZ7. STREET H1LO, HAWAIL
1 1 rn i.
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Carp 4 o., S.iils Sam Vlni
Cellar3 and Distrtif, Napa, Catf
Jesse Moora Whlske'y
Cream ure fiye V.ls ey
Long Life fhiskey
Lexinitn Ciu'o Old ? ttillh titf&Wt
J F Cher's Whisky
6et 4 fciaidon :ite .Ssal Cham
A. G D1CKINS,
X'lVll)Uv fcUI T,