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Company 1. held an officers' drill
at the armory on Tuesday night.
Another let tor from Henry Long
ton, tho" mining man, in this issue.
Read it. .
Streams of sugar arc pouring in
to Kahului from all the plantations
on Maui, and tho wharves of the lit
tle burg preseut a lively scene.
The negroes who came to the Wai
luku Plantation have taken hold of
work in earnest and bid fair to prove
ft very serviceable lot of men.
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of
Honolulu have by far tho finest pic
ture framing plant in the Hawaiian
Islands, and deserve your patron
age. There is elegant sport snipe shoot
ing along the Waihe beach. Several
woll filled bags have receutly been
brought in town by our local and
If you havn't anything to l'ead,
write to the Hawaiian News Co. of
Honolulu to send you a list of their
readable matter. The latest popu
lar novels always on hund.
See tho hack ad. of E. H. Piepor
of Paia. He has new hacks and sur
rios , nice teams and careful drivers.
Ring up tho Paia Stables, Tel. 244,
the next time you take a trip to
Tho round up of the Enos & Co.
cattle will begin Monday morning in
which a large number of vaqueros
will bo engaged, Dr. Raymond of
Honolulu has come over to look after
the interests of the purchasers.
The passengers who landed at Ma
alaea Bay on Tuesday night had a
f close call. The wind was blowing
a gale and the shore boats with the
lmsspnsrors came near being blown
, out to sea. Some of the boats land,
ed at Kihei.
Cards aro out announcing tho ap
pveaching marriage of Miss Caroline
Hayseldcn of Laliaina to Reverend
William Ault of Wailuku on Thurs
day evening January 24,6:30 p.m.,
at tho church of the Holy-Innocents,
On Wedresday a cane fire occur
red'at Spreckelsville, some 20 acres
. v being burned over . It was ripe cane
and is being cut and milled at once,
so that the loss will be nominal. The
' ire was supposed to have originated
from flying sparks from a passing
Mr. Joseph Campbell, the Honolulu
contractor, has completed the work-
on the wharf at Kahului, and returns
to Honolulu today. It was the inten
tion of Sunt. Filler to have him begin
the building of the new hotel at once,
' but it lias become necessary to delay
- fco work for a while.
A carriage ride through Makawao
District. uv to tho 2000 foot level
, i jut now a treat well worth enjoy
jii". Tho grass is green and velvety
thn atmosuhero clear and bright
and tho weather soft and balmy
while tho view oif to seaward is one
of indescribablo beauty.
. Tuesday's Star nnintod in lurid
. pofu;s an innocent and harmless tri
'fleMf skylarking on the part of some
of .the most prominent and respecta
;ilo gentlemen of Maui, to their utter
.- 'foumlint.inn and chacrrin. Such news
, '-Vpaper enterprise is senseless, unjus
''Hi' ::iiu,1 uiwftlliHl fori Is the Star turn
A Rough Deal.
Mr. Frank Correa, a prominent
'ortugueso of Kula, has recently ex
perienced a little of the delights of
syndicate government, which has a
least converted him to a firm belief
in tho necessity of establishing a gov
ernment of Maui bv Maui for Maul,
ather than having to depend on the
sweet will of Honolulu for our sumpt
uary laws. Mr. Lorrea was the
holder of a light wine and beer license
at Paia, and his license expired Jan
uary 1. He was notified to renew
his license, and was sent a blank ap
plication and bond for that purpose.
The bond was properly filled out and
submitted to Sheriff Baldwin, who
cfuse to approve it on tho grounds
that a barkeeper of Mr. Correa, had
ithout Mr. Correa's authority sold
liquors there other than was allowed
in the license.
The result is that Mr. Correa is
left with a large lot of unsold stock
on his nanus. An application was
mado by Mr. Correa for a temporary
license for few months to enable him
to clear out his stock. This the
authorities refused him, although
Mr. W. G. Scott has been granted a
light wine and beer license for Paia.
The sooner that the citizens of
Maui are allowed to regulate their
own affairs without dictation from
Honolulu, tho better. When that
ay comes, no one man on Maui or
elsewhere will be able at his own will
to dictate to or control the people
of Maui or their affairs. Tho best
that Mr. Correa was able to do un
der the circumstances was, so far as
tho authorities are concerned, to
put up his stock at public auction
and sell it for whatever it would
Death of Miss Kirkland.
Miss Susan T. Kirkland, daughter
James and Elizabeth - Kirkland
passed peacefully to her last rest
January 5, after a short but serious
The deceased was born in Amador
County, California, June 30, 1880.
Her death was sudden and untimely,
and was a terrible shock not only to
her immediate family but also to her
Miss Kirkland was an estimable
young lady, who held the high esteem
of all who knew her; light-hearted,
jovial, self-sacrificing of that noble
and confident bearing which uncon
sciously comes only to those who
possess these rare qualities. Admir
ed and esteemed by all who knew her
she carried sunshine with her where
ever she went.
She was interred at the Wailuku
Cemetary on Monday afternoon, in
the presence of a largo number of
sorrowing mends irom jvaiuuui,
Paia, Spreckelsville and Wailuku,
and the many handsome noral con
tributions which embowered her last
resting place mutely but eloquently
told of tho wide circle of friends she.
has left behind.
The bereaved and sorrow stricken
family have tho deepest sympathy
of her many loving friends.
One Who Knew Her.
Attorney Coke Will Leave Us,
Attorney J.L.Coke,whohas recently
dissolved partnership with Attorney
Georgo Hons, will short! leave for
the coast with his family. Later he
will revisit Maui on his way to China
where he expects to make his per
Mr. Coke has been in Wailuku for
a little more than two years, first as
a law partner of Attorney John
Richardson, and later with Attorney
Geo. Hons. He has made many
friends here, whose best wishes will
follow him to his new field of labor.
There is trouble pending between
the two big sugar companies of Maui
concerning tho water rights m Iao
Valley, but tho managers and owner!
of the two companies should hav
too much good sense to . go to law
about it. There is water enough for
both companies, if developod, and
the money which would be spent in
litigation would go far to dovelop it
Picks and spades would be more el
fective than law books m securing
water rights. ..
SETTLE UP !
Those knowing themselves . to be
indebted to the KA LEI STORE on
1900 accounts are requested to call
and settle, otherwise their accounts
will be placed in the hands of a col
JOHN T. ALULI, .
Ah an Investments
Editor Mavi News:
Tho. Maui News of Dec. 29 has an
article headed "The Mother Lode of
alifornia." In that article I en
deavored to show that gold mining
is not the haphazard business that
those think for, who say, "gold Is
where you find it." No business that
I have any knowledge of has receiv
ed more attention than scientific
gold mining. Many of our rich men
in California aro having their sons
trained as scientific mining engineers.
The wealth of the earth is not all on
the surface. Gold mining, where
successful, has proved tho most pro-
table of all industries. The best
part of San Francisco, including the
alaco Hotel, was dug out of gold
bearing ledges. The Haywards,
Hobarts, Hearts and a host of others
got their start from gold mines.
Some of them have seen the time when
thoir credit was not good for a
sack of flour.
Millions of dollars are being invest
ed annually In California mines, most
ly in quartz mines. Boston .alone is
redited with having put $10,000,000
California mining property last
year. This was not in dividend proper
ties, but in mines that ri quired cap
ital to bring them to the dividend
paying point, with a knowledge that
certain amount of capital must be
expended as preliminary work, and
that when the ore was in sight the
gamble had passed; and an assurance
that every dollar put in machinery
nd "dead work" would come back
with interest, with a developed pro
perty that would not be exhausted
in the age of any one man.
The Mazeppa gold mine has reach
ed this point; is it no longer a pros
pect; the ore is now in sight. More
than 50,000 tons have been exposed
to the 300 feet level. It only requires
mill to utilize it, and for this pur
pose our stock is offered for sale
The company have taken the gamble
and have reached tho lode. The
experimental period has been pass
ed, tho harvest is in sight, and be
fore six mouths are over our stamp
mill will be beating time with the
umper mill, 200 feet from our line.
When that time comes, no company
stock win be for sale, and many
who could buy at the present low
figure can say, "if my front, sight
had been equal to my hind sight,
where would I have been?"
I am one who could have bought
Jumper stock about lour years ago
for the present price of Mazeppa.
Had I put in a thousand dollars, I
should not need to worry much about
the . future. Tho questiou has been
asked me. "If your stock is so good
why do you come here to sell it?" In
reply I will say that my health was
impaired, and by the advice of Dr
Dodge of St. Luke's Hospital, I took
the trip; the stock was a side issue
Again you say, that a former res!
dent of Honolulu, well known for his
careful business methods is one of
our largest stockholders, and ask
"Why dont he buy up all your stock?'
He has put $GO,000 in the mine when
it was not nearly as promising as at
the present time. Capitalists dont
put all their eggs in one basket. Why
dont Castle & Cooke buy up tho wholi
of the Eva stock?
In reply to all those questions,
will say that I was m Kohala two
months, and in that time every prom
inent man in that section bought
our stock. One of our largest stock
holders there, Henry Renton of the
Union Mill Plantation, has been to
California since investing, and visited
the mine. Since his return, another
stockholder of Kohala, Mr. Henry
Duncan writes me, "We all feel
that we have mado a good buy and
I will increase my holdings if I can
make the raise." Another, John
Hinds, writes me, "I am sorely
tempted to lay in another thousand
shares while it is at low figures. No
one can make a mistake in buyin,
Mazeppa at its present figures
These gentlemen are representativ
men, well known in Hawaii.
The stock will surely increase
value, I rooeived notice from the
company last week that "You may
expect a raiso lu the price at any
time." It can be bought till a change
takes place for one dollar a shar
in blocks of 100 shares and up.
the words of John Hinds of Kohala
"None can make a mistake at these
Mr. R. O. Bean leaves for Hono
lulu and tho coast this afternoon.
Mr. C. B. Wells received a fine
riving marc and a fancy bred
Jersey cow by the Wright.
Mr. Walter McBride of the Mc-
Bride plantation, Kauai, visiting
Wailuku this week.
W. R. Castle and F. M. Hatch of
Honolulu camo to Wailuku on the
Maui and visited Iao Valley on Wed
Rev. W. Ault has returned from
Honolulu and will hold services at the
Anglican Church, Wailuku. tomor
row morning at eleven.
R. E. Lockwood, representing the
Provident Life came to Maui on
Tuesday night's Maui, to remain a
couplo of weeks on business for hit
Intcrpretor Crawford, "fat Wil-
le, was last week arrested in Ho
nolulu by Charles Chillingsworth, lor
being tangled up in a Chinese gamb
L. R. Crook of Ulupalakua spent
ast Saturday and Sunday in Wai
luku. The disease among the horses
on the ranch has about disappear
ed. Tho grass is fine aud the cattle
are fat on the ranche.
Charley Jacox, the populai and
rustling agent for the New York
Life, recently of the Provident Life,
now visiting w auuku, has written a
hat full of policies for the New York
Life this week, aggregating nearly
Mr. Henry Gibson, a first class
baker and confectioner, is visiting
Wailuku this week with tho view of
looking over the situation, and ir he
inds it favorable, ho will establish a
bakery here at an early day. This
is an industry which has long been
needed in Wailuku.
Salvation Army Meetings.
Wailuku, Jan, 9, 1001.
Major Wood will conduct meetings
as follows ;
Kahakuloa, Sat. Jan. 13. At 7pm
Wailuku, Sun. Jan. 13, Open Air
at 7 p. m and Indoor meeting at
7:45 p. m.
(Bible Class at 9 a. m., jail meet
ing at 11 a. m. and junior meeting at
3 p. m.
Hamakuapoko. Tues. Jan. 15.
At 7 p. m.
Paia, Wed. Jan. 16. At 7 p. m.
Kahului, Thus. Jan. 17. At 7 p.m
Waihee, tri. Jan. js. At 7 p. m.
The Major will give a "Magic
Lantern", exhibition "The Life of
Christ " at each of these meetings
Everybody is cordially invited to at
J. H. BAMBERRY,
BORN. On January 2, 1901, to
the wife of A. Fernaudes, Jr., of
Paia a son.
BORN. On January 5, 1901, to
the wifo of B. H. Baldwin, at Hama
kuapoko, a son.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Mr. C. E. Jacox is not connected
with tho Provident Saving Life As
surance society ot ssevr i orK. ti
is not authorized, nor has he been
authorized, to collect money for said
company or make sight draft on the
undersigned. I. R. BURNS,
Provident Savings Life Assurance
Society of New Yqrk for the Hawai
Removed to Magoou Building, Cor
Merchant & Alakea streets. Room
6 Up Stairs. Honolulu
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judl
cial Circuit on the 8th, day of Janu
ary 1901 iu that certain suit entitled
Hoffschlaeger Company, Limited
plaintiff vs, F. Akin, defendant, I
will expose for sale and sell at public
auction at tha stora heretofore oc
cupied by F. Akin iu Lahaiua, Maui
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary 1901 all the stock of good;
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewiog ma
chines In the store in said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
, , Commissioner.
Dated, January 9 th 1901.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
By telephone on j'our arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of livery sorvice from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co, Orders by mail
anything in tho line of harness,
ling or driving stock, carriage
materials, etc, will receive careiui
Mention and prompt dispatch.
We have also a number of the
finest plantation mules, ready fo
immediate delivery, which we will
ell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Oive us
P. O, Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
IS OIRCUIT COURT OF SKUOND CIHOUIT,
TKnUITORY OF HAWAII. IN FHO
DATE. AT CH AMUF.Rfl.
In re estate of David Rough, late of Pain,
Maui, deceased. '
ORDER OF HF.A RING.
ON READING AND FILING tho Petition of
. C. Lindsay, Jattorneylnfuct for Geo. Rough,
brother of deceased, allejtiDg that David Rough
died Intestate at Paia, Maul, on June 1-1. IMS';',
living propurty In this territory nt'ccsxnry to
be administered upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration issue to said D. C, Lindsay.
IT IS ORDERED that FRIDAY the 25th day
of January 1(101 at 10 a. m. be and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing Bald Pot It Inn In the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maul, Territory
of Hawaii, nt which time and place all persons
eoncorned may appear and show cause, if any
they have, why said Petition should not bo
n me court:
JAS, N. IC. KEOLA.
Wailuku, Maul, T. H. December 87th. tsxm.
IN CIRCUIT COURT OF SECOND CIRCUIT
OP TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT
CHAMHER8. IN PRORATK.
In re Estate ot Sam K. Malialo, late ot Kahu
lui, Maul, intestate.
ORDER OF NOTICE.
ON READING AND FILING tho Petition of
Eunice Mahalo, of Wailuku, Maul, alleging
that her husband, Sam K. Mahalo, of Kahului,
Maui, died iutostato at Kahului aforesaid on
the 3)th day of October, ldtio, leaving property
the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered upon, to wit; personal proporty.and
praying that Letter of Administration issue to
IT 13 ORDERED that FRIDAY, the 2nth day
of January, 11X11, nt 1(1 a. in. be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition, iu the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui aforesaid.
at which time and place all persons conoerned
may appear and show cause, if any thoy have,
why said Petition should not be granted.
BY THE COURT:
(Signed) JAS. N. tC. KEOLA,
Geo. Hons. Attorney for Petitioner.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. December 81, lftflO.
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at the
Makai Ewa corner of Kinir and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs. '
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maul neigh
bors will be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws pf 1886:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1001, will be due and payable ot the
office of tho Wailuku & Kahului Wa,
tor Works, on the 1st day of Janu
All such rates tenia ining unpaid
for 15 days after they aro due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1901
(30 days after becoming delinquent),
aro liable to suspension without
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in tho Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku Dec. 13, 1900.
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Ifead Carpenter at Kihei.)
llaa located at Wailuku. Building
Contraots taken in all parts
of ike Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
I k k k I
. . . . Send 75c $1.00 J.2.'
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any Part of tho islands.
HART & CO., LTD,
The Elite Jcpcroiuit Parlor.
Honolulu II. I.
NOTICLi TO SHIPPERS.
September 1st, the following
in regard to freight
handled by the Kahului' Railroad
Company, will go into effect. '
J. Ao freight will bo received at
any of the depots unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped' as
he law directs Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station A gents ."
No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot SO minutes
before departure of trains. ' ' 1
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Clfuidtne" to Honoluju or way ports
must be dojivered nt Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maiii ports must be delivered
at Kahului before 9 a. ni. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
It. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd I!0).
Kula Corn Land.
A tract of fine corn Jand in Kula,
consisting of 10 acres, now
owned by L. Von Toinsky
Lee Tat Sun. ' 1
A very low price will be asked
to avojd expense of Court .parti
tion and sale. Inquire oi
DAVIS & GEAR,
Attorneys at Law,
J add Building, Honolulu, II. T
California Harness Shop. Specia
attention given to Island Plantation
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Bits, etc., etc. Largest assortmeni
of whips in Honolulu. All goods wai"
ranted as represented, at California
D. O. HAMMAN
P. O. Box No.
l 4" S-V
are built for wear,
thoy ui o made to our order,
are made specially for Hawaii climate.
Ex Falls of Clyde wo have:
73c Fat Baby Bhoes.
$ 1 .00 Child's shoes.
75c Buy's strong lace satiu calf shoes
$1.50 Ladles' luce, cloth top or kid t?
$2.00 Ladles' oloth top lace shoes.
Ladies' black cloth top Oxfords
Ladies' heavy sole kid lace shoei
parfect walking shoe.
Men's split crcedmore's sul4
Men's and boys' oil grain crceo
$1.7 S Men's satin calf drosBjshpes.
ifta.OO Men's oolt laoe shoes.
2.SO Men's superior oil grain creed
3 .OO Men's box oalf dress shoes. .
3 .OO Men's Transvaal calf shoes.
RUBBER GOODS-Sllppors, Overs, FoothoWi
We stand by tho goods we sell. Weguaran
tee satisfaction with every pair bought of u:
Study economy and buy at
Economic" Shoe Cc
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