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Plenty of rain ami very muddy
streets in Wailuku this week.
A heavy storm prevailed in Wui
luku lait Saturday afternoon and
if you smoke a five cent cigar, trv
the Renowi. Thor, yield a long,
sweet and satisfying smoke.
No move has yet been made in the
matter of putting in fire hydrants
in Wailuku ,but we still ha c hopes.
Quite a number of new ads this
week. 'Honolulu business men have i
learned the value of the New as an
The Hawaiian News Co. are con
stantly lecciving the latest popular
novels and serial magazines from the
coast. Write for price lists.
The. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of
Honolulu have by far the finest pic
ture framing plant in the Hawaiian
Islands, and deserve your patron
age. ' . . V
See the "By Authority" notices
in this issue. Both of them are ex
tremely important,' especially to the
residents of Wailuku, Kahului anil
The, officers and men of Company I.
have taken hold of work enthusiasti
cally, and Captain Keola will soon
have the crack company of the
A trip to Honolulu this week, com
bined with a rush of ob and new
advertising work, is our apology for
a curtailed amount of news in this
Forty negroes and eighty Porto Tli
cans arrived on the uo.lene on Thurs
day, at Kahului, and were sent to
the Spreckelsville and Paia Planta
The Kahikinui deal is now com
plete, Mr. Augustin Enos of Enos &
Co. having gone to Honolulu by the
Maui last Saturday to settle the
, The Honolulu Stock-Yards Com
pany want the trade of Maui, and
are going to work in the. right way
to get it. See ad. on first page. '
The California miners who had the
"contract for building a stone and
concrete abutment to the Iao River
bridge have completed the work in
a highly satisfactory manner.
FOR SALE. A mated driving
team cf bay horses. For further
particulars, applv to
J. W. L. Mausiiali..
The Maui Drug Company building
is about completed, and the finishing
nt of naiut is, now sxoing on. The
drug stock has been purchased in
San Francisco, and will be here soon.
The new 16 ton fctear.i road roller
has been put together by Mr. G. E
Morrill, and. was brought to wailu
ku vosterdav afternoon. This road
roller was constructed by the Theo.
S. Kelly Co. at Springfield, Ohio
and will do good work on the roads.
The Evening Bulletin has opened
a new field of industry, and comes
out this week with No. 1, Vol. 1, of
' the Weekly Bulletin, an cit'ht page
weekly edition, lull of the condensed
'news of the week. This is a good
idea of ,Le Bulletin, and deserves
success.. Tho price of the new Week
ly is only one dollar per year, or fifty
cents for six months.
A soft, easy-fitting
, ., mm shoe
Walluku High School.
Some time since the Nkws recom
mended the establishment of a high
school at Wailuku. This week, Mr.
S. Keliinoi, School Inspector for
Maui, returned from Honolulu where
lie has been for some weeks engaged
lithe preparation of his annual re
port. While the report is not yet
ready for publication, yet we under
stand that Mr. Keliinoi has strongly
recommended the, establishment of a
high school at Wailuku. This stand
on the part of Mr. Keliinoi is very
gratifying, ,for ho is not only one of
the very best teachers on the Islands,
but is also a man of influence in edu
Industrial education, especially
for Hawaiian children, has long had
an ardent supporter in Mr. Keliinoi,
whose long and successful career as
a teacher on Maui has taught him
the absolute necessity for industrial
teaching along from the primary
grades to the ' high schools of the
It is a safe prediction that a high
cliool wl'l 'certainly bo established
t Wailuku in the near future. Hilo
and Honolulu each have high schools,
and the same wisdom which u romp ted
their establishment will dictate a like
course in Wailuku, because there is
sore need for such a school acre.
And when it is established, it will not
be like an eastern seminary, confined
entirely to literary work, but the
young men and joung women who
pass out of .its portals will be educat
ed to work and earn livings for them-
lves. The Maui members of the
legislature should be made acquaint
ed with our needs in tho matter,
and encouvaged to help the thing
We understand that Mr. Keliinoi
highly appreciates tho work now
being done at Lahaiualuna School,
and will urge its perpetuity. In this
he should rcceivo the hearty support
of the people, for schoo's like Laha-
inaluna, which teach practical in
dustries, such as lau hala work, hat
making, sewing, carpentry, printing
and the numerous other useful and
practical arts, will mean the salva
tion of the rising generation of the
A full synopsis of Mr. Keliinoi's
eport will be published in the News
as soon as it can be had.
Serious Shooting Scrape.
On Sunday night last, Willian Hud
son, one ot tne newiy arrived negro
borers at the Wailuku Plantation
was arrested on the charge of assault
with a deadly weapon.
On Thursday, Judge McKay held
a preliminary examination. From
the testimony it appears that late
on Sunday afternoon, Elmira' Hill
and Ella Crawford two colored
women, evaded the vigilance of their
respective husbands and went to
visit a colored man, Bob Williams
living at a different camp. Mr. Hill,
learning of this, followed his wife,
with a olicemaii, to induce her to
In the meantime, the two women
met Hudson, the defendant, and one
Svvcdie Smith near Williams' house.
Just at this juncture, Bill ana the
policeman overhauled the party, and
Hill called to his wife to come back-
home with him. She refused to do
so. He advanced toward her and
called to her a second time, v h u-o
upon Hudson drew a revolver and
fired one shot. The policeman pur
sued them and overtook the women,
who .told him that Hudson had fired
the bhot. Hudson escaped in tl e
darkness, but was arrested abort
11 o'clock that, evening at his own
Hudson made tto defense on preli
minary examination, ana was neiu
for triul before the Circuit Court
at June term. Hudson is a young
man of some education which he re
ceived at the Nashville Industrial
School. The majority of the negroes
cxpret-s themselves as being very
much chagrined that the affair should
have happened, as it will have the
ell. ct of aiousing some prejudice
against all of tliem.
Huds. ! i .to ted-to a News reporter
that In- .tiiv tired the shot in the air
as a bluff to stare oil' Hill.
0!J Policeman Dic,
i Joe Kama,
ago on the
who was until two years
Wailuku police force
dfecl at t-K' hospital last Tuesday
He was retired from the police force
on account of ill health and gradually
lost his siht. The im mediate cause
cf his death was heart disease.
Hi leaves a nanfl'vtie wife and two
CL AH DINE ON A ROCK.
At Maalaca Bty.
4 o'clock this morning, the
Claudinc struck on a rock at Maa
laea Baj', where she was landing
passengars from Hawaii.
The" extent of the damage is not
known, at present, and it is believed
that she can be floated off on tin
next high tide. . She is not leaking.
Annual Meeting of the Maul Te
The Maui Telephone Co. held its
annual meeting last Tuesday, Jan.
15, and elected the followiug officers
for the ensuring year; H. P. Baldwin,
Pros.; D. C. Lindsay, Vice Pres.;
W. S. Nicoll, Sec, E. B. Carley.
Trens. ; w. O. Aikeri, Auditor.
The company have increased their
capital stock to the full limit $2.");0(10
for the purpose of paying off in full
all tho indebtedness of the company.
The dividends bo will increased on the
first of April from 1 per cent to 1 per
cent per month, with bright prospects1'
foian additional annual dividend at
he end of the year.
Tho company is preparing to
establish a station at Makena, in
order to be in close connection with
the wireless telegraphic station,
ith three different lines of con
nection with the central offices, so
that in case one line is out ot order,
messages can be sent through cither
of the other two.
The company figure on 400 sub
scribers by the end of this year.
Mr. Chas. Jacox of the New York
Life goes to Honolulu today.
The Ladies' Guild will meet with
Mrs. Marshall on Friday afternoon,
an'uary 25, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Capt. Schmaltz of the Stanley,
which arrived yesterday, and Mr.
Yanhusen visited wailuku this fore
noon and lunched at tho Windsor.
Mr. Carl Jenson, contractor on
the Spreckelsville ditch, has just
'C turned from a several months'
visit to Denmark, and came over to
Maui on Wednesday.
Mr. Harold Hayselden, brother of
Deputy Sheriff Hayselden of Wailuku
came over to Wailuku on Wednesday
partly to see his old friends and part
ly to talk about Renown Cigars.
Rev. w. D. westerfeld of Honolulu1
came over on tho alauna L,oa last
night, and will go to Paia this after
noon,, to supply the pulpit of Rev.
E. G. Beckwith for a month.
School Inspector S. Keliinoi re
turned from Honolulu on Wednesday
with his family, and spent the remain
der of the week visiting friends in
.Vailuku. Ho will make his home
R. O. Bean, who brought the ne
groes to Wailuku, loft Honolulu yes
terday for Tennessee. He will pro
bably return with another large
colony of negroes about the latter
part of March.
Mr. TI. T- Lake, travelling sales
man for liergstrom s ;iusic jo.,
came over to Wailuku on Wednes
day's Maui, and will spend a week
or so m the interests of his company,
It will be good news to those desir
ing their pianos tuned or repaired
to learn that Mr. J. R. Bergstrom,
one of the members of the celebrated
Berjrstrom Music Co., has come to
Maui to do needed work in his line.
Mr. Bergstrom is the leading expert
on the Islands iu the repair of musi
cal instruments, from a reed organ
to a ukulele.
The Sanitary Steam
Laundry Co., Ltd. of Ho
nolulu has perfected- tu
range incuts to handle the
Maati trade at Honolulu
prices. Clothes shivped
both ways, freight free
Pare water. Xo Chinese
labor. Perfect Sanitation.
A'o chemicals used. De
liver your wash, to our
Maui Agents by noon on
Saturday , and it will be
delivered to you, freight
free, "on the following
Wednesday. For parti
culars apply to the li'ailu
ku Business ' Agency", Q.
REGULATION FOR THE INTER
MENT OF THE DEAD.
At a meeting of the Board of
Health Friday. January 4th, l'lOl,
the following regulations for the in
terment of the dead in the Territory
of Hawaii was adopted and ordered
to bo published, viz:
"All deaths occurring in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii must be reported to
the tteg'strar of Deaths, with name,',
age, sex, nationality, residence cause
of death, attending physician and
place of burial. No Interment will
bo allowed within the district of
Kona, Island of Oahu, without the
written permission of an agent of
the Board of Health, who will issue
permits on application nt his o'lice.
No interment will be allowed in the
Island of Oahu, outside of the district
of Kona, or in the Island of Hawaii,
or in the Island of Maui, or in the
Island of Kauai, without permission
of an agent'of the Board of Health.
"Any person violating tho above
regulations shall bo. liable to u fine
not exceeding fifty dollars, as pro-
ided by law. Section 12 of the
Sanitary Code of the Board of Health,
adopted December 7lh, 1801, as set
forth in the laws relating to public
matters and rules and regulations of
the Board of Health of the Republic
of Hawaii, ltf07, is hereby repealed."
J. H. RAYMOND.
President Board of Health.
Mr. J. R. Bergstrom of the Berg
strom Music Company, Honolulu, is
siting Maui and will remain one
week. All persons desiring their
pianos tuned or repaired will plea.-c
communicate with him at once.
Orders taken for pianos, guitars,
mandolins, sheet music, etc.
Address: J. R. BERGSTROM,
Windsor Hotel, Wailuku, Maui.
Stock and Bond Brokiu.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange, oilli:e
Canjpbell Blot-lt, Merchant Street.
Toloplnuo Main 101.
P. O. Box Kl
Those ' k no wing themselves to be
indebted to tlm KA LEI STORE on
luuu accounts are.roquesieu to can
and settle, otherwise their accounts
will be placed .in the hands of a col
JOHN T. ALULI.
All bills due to Rodrigues Store oi
19(10 accounts niusi be settled at
once, or they will be 'put In the ham'
of a collector.
A. J. P.ODRIGUES.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Mr. C. E. Jacox is not connected
with the Provident Saving Life As
surance Sixtiety of New York. He
is not authorized, nor has lie 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 York for the Hawai
Removed to Magoon Building, Cnr.
Merchant A.Alakea streets. "Room
I! Up Stairs. Honolulu.
NOTICE IS HEREBY ("4 YEN
that pursuant to the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys tiled in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on (he 8th, day of .Janu
ary 1001 in that certain suit entitled
HufTichlaegcr Company, Limited,
piahUi.T vs. P. Akii.,, defendant, 1
will expose for sale and sell at public
unction at the store heretofore oc
cupied by F. Akin iu Lahaina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary 11)01, all the stock of good-,
wares and merchandise ur.d all store
I fixtures furniture and seuing .ua-
chir.es in the store iu said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S; fb-ld Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
' ' . "Cotnmi'sioner. .
Tated January Uth lDol .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
By telephone on your in-rival in
Honolulu you can procure the vary
best of liverv service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by mail
for anything in tho lino of harnof s
riding or driving stock, enrrmgo
maTcrhils, etc., will receive carcfu!
attention and prompt, dispatch.
Wo have also a number of 1hr
finest plantation mules, .ready
immediate delivery, ' v. hich we will
sell at a small margin 'Lhove cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us
P. O. Box 3110. Tel. 301, Main.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
The .o-p:vrt:icship heretofore ex
isting under the firm name of HONS
& COKE has been dissolved by mu
. , -J AS. L. COKE.
Wailuku, Maui, January 1st Wills
lly vlrtii" of a wrll of e?;edirloii l.t uod out oi
tht- Circuit ('nurt of Co Firs. Circuit cf Ti v..o
lulu, islimil of O-.iliu, Territory of H:;i:li. o::
th' lthc.r of Jminr., Urn, against Mn'innli'i
S.iLMr Co Ltd. it Corporation, Di-fcii'l-oit. ci
fnvo- of t'-.o Itis-lou Iro i & Locimotlvo
Vor;t , ii Corpora tli u. l'liiinti.'T, for f c
Sum of fVx'.ooii TiiniMi-.n 1 irv-ii ' 'rr-i
tnculy-ntiio uud SI-HK) i'.uKiivk. I linvu Icvir i
upm uuJ -hull rxpo.io for Mile nt t'.to So.v of
I'.Iar.naloi Biurar t'6. on l:io I:-.luinl of L,r.:m'.
nt I'l o'clock noon ot WmV.jc.liiy tin; 1.1: b (l;iy of
February A. 1). HUM, to tho l:iKlr:-.: bill li-r. nil
the right, title mill interest of the .viiil Mau:i:'
lel fi iunr Co. JJefeiidaut, in :id to '.he f.illrv,--iui?
-iK'sci-ibi d property, unlrni said jr.djmo 1:.
interest, co.sts, and my expenses be p-cvloa.- ly
Oil" Ciou Compound C'ondo:i:!!iv,' "i r'i;-.
Puuil iu KiMln..
KUi(!u 15 r. R Pamps H' ; x X
Complete with con lenser:-, nlr pi ra nii.l i. I
clrc.ilutiu? p'.'i)'. Capacity of puni?.', rai'.-
on imllons, "SO fe.M lrUth.
One cro-u -'Compuid ( otiuen . inir 'orli::s
'uinpiu' Klitfii e.
kuiiiuo 14 x Pump.: ii X I a.
Complete with eoude:iierf-, air pump mi l n'l
circulating pipe. Capacity of pump mil
lion!!, M feet hitfh.
Pumps a-e conipl.'te with a'l hjc'.Ioi:, di.
charge i-ipes and llttiiurs.
Two SO h. p. Heine water tube to Hern, with
All steam und exhaust pipe conm c'.i'.i;; b . lei-v.
A. X. HAYSKLDKX,
iJeputy S'u-r'.ff, Mnul.
Jaaicry Mih'A, U. 1 .01.
On December' 1st I will open 1.11
oflico for general business at ll e
Mal-ai Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to'iiie by mv Maui neigh
bors will be, promptly attended t .
C. H. RICKEY.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chanter XXVtofthe laws of lrSll:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those -paying water rates,
are liereby notaieu tnat the water
rates for the term ending Juno SO,
11)01, will be due and payable at the
ollicc of the Wa'iluku & Kahului W'a
ter Works, on the, 1st day of Janu
All such rates jxir.ining unpaid
for 15 days afte r lucy are due will
l.-e subject to an tttlditional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 13, 1001
050 days after becoming delinquent ),
are liable to suspension without
Rates are payable at the ofliee of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Oo'.vt House Building.
,,. . ' W. E. Hal,
u'pt. 7ailuku & Kahului
Wailuku Dec. 13. l!.0;i.
Contractor & Build
i i'.r.. iriy He.-.a Car-K-sf.-: o: K'.h
ll:i.2 !o:Mto:l ut Wailuku Duildiiu
C'.T.itracts takon in n'l jv.irts
oi tho Ishui'.l, A largo i'orco i
1 n nund. . . . ..
.... Scud T.'tc $1.0(1 $1.25
or $1.)0 for a nice box of Chocolates
mid confections, sent post or freigl:
free to any part of the islands.
HART ft CO., LTD
The K!it Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
NOTICO TO xSriiPPERS.
On Septein-r 1st, the following
regulations rr'garfl 10 freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad.
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will be received ct
a.iy of tho depots unless accompanied
oy a Shipping receipt, stamped up
LiO law ciirei ts. Kluiiks may be ob
tained of any (if th'e "St ation Agents.
2. No freight V. ill l-c rcci.''vctl un
less delivered at depot 3 ) minvtos
before depii) ture of trains.
S. Freight for shipment per S. S.
''Claulinev to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kcihu'ui before
noon of day of sailing, ivn'd freiirht foi
i r.sist .Mam ports must be denvcrr-d
at Kahului lx fore l a. 1,1 of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. Vv'. FILLER.
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd l!'(l'.
ICola Corn Land.
A tract of filio corn land in Kula
consisting of 101 ucres. no
v.vne;! by L. Von Tomsky and
Loo Tut Sun.
A very loir prico will bo asked
to avoid -expense? of Court parti
lion find sale. -Iteftiuvo of
DAVIS & C-EAK.
Attorney ' at Law .
Judd Building. Honolulu, H. 'J'
California Harness Shop. Specie
attention given to Island Plantatio:
orc.ers. Harness, Saddles. Snutf
Bits, etc., etc. Largest assortmeri
of whips' in Honolulu. All goods; wai
rtinted its represented, at Californii
Lincoln Block .JvC 117 King Street
P. O. Box No "791. Honolulu.
are b lilt- f.)r -,e -.r,
they are n':i-J 1 1 cue orde ',
uro ra vl ; sp -alally for H .tvn!l cliin.it ..
Ex Pull ot Cly.l-! w . 1:lv i:
' 73 J
Fiit lijliy allocs,
t.'iiilil'a shoes. -
IIoj'k s'.rouj Uco siitiu c:ilf shoo
I.aliiii' lnoe, cloth top o.- kid 111
I.n li-!8' cloth tiplsioa shoes.
I.inlles' bhtek cloth top Oxror U
Li ilea' hoavy sole kid luue shocj l
p irfect wulltiug shoe.
CS.23 -. M'en'i, . hj.1I. i reeilmoro' . :)',!
&l 7J eaii mill boy.V ti grai t r.ee t
$1.7 5 Men's g; i-ca" fires a.oes.
iHJZ.OC ft L's eolt li.oo shoes.
sa.a.'SO Jleu's Kuperio- oil ir in rJJ
O .OO Men's box c ilf clre.ss Khi .
-3.00 Men's Trausvnul o .l. sh.i .
lil'iSBEK GOSDS-Slippei -.Overv, '.-'o- tho'.'.i
We f..Yn by th gno-.lt xell. 'j uaroa
s-.' l.-.r;ettoa 1th every pair bju ;!u r u:
ly i.'conomy unl Luy .;t
Economic" Sho3 Co
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