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t Cheap anil good job work turned
out at tho News offico promptly.
Send In your orders.
. See the .notion f Byron O. Chirk
In another column, with -reference
to young fruits trees. It will prob
ably interest you. i
The Honolulu Photo 'Supply Go. of
Honolulu have by Tar the fincstjiie
ture framing plant in the Hawaiian
; Islands, and Reserve your patron
age. The Honolulu Stock-Yards Co.
jiiwve. a flno lot of mules for sale at
.reasonable figures. Apply to the
"Wailuku Business Agency for parti-
, 'Tin? Ladies' fluild of ATai'.uku,'
ivill tendes Hev. M Ault and his
;wife a reception nt tho residence of
,Jlr. ar.a Mrs. J. V. Marshall this
evening, 8 to 10 o'clock. All are
v The view from the reservoir site
is: inspiring. A harbor full of ships
at Kahului and a boundless expanse
of ripe cane far as the eye can reach. ,
' ao eloquent story of the future!
ytfpcritj' of Maui. ?
Airs. Simmons from New York
ity, formerly of Wailtku, who holds
Jiplomas both from American and
Iperman kindcrgarucn training
pchools, left Sr.n Francisco, January
-2.1, tij take charge of tho Settlement
.kiudergarden at 'Wailuku.
The majority of the negroes that
rame t Wailuku belong to a worth
Eess -class who should be sent back
to Tennessee and allowed to run
for congress. A few of them are
all ight, however, and plenty more'
ood ono will soon be hero
Manager Pogue is adopting the
proper method with tho Japauese
Strikers. As fast as a bunch of them
siotify Mm that they have struck, he,
taakes them gather up their bag
gage and get off tho rauche at once.
Time will demonstrate the wisdom of
. Ouj old friend and kamaainas,
Pierre Jones of Honolulu is visiting
'Maul this week as the agent of John
fowler & Co., of Leeds, Eng., ac
companied by Mr. T. Tieman, a
1 (rtcflm plough expert. After visit ing
the different plantations on the "Isl
and in the interests of his firm, he
will proceed to Hawaii.
Mr. W. J. Faulk nor, who recently
brought forty negrocj to the Sj. roc
kelsville plantation, leaves for Hono-
, lulu today, and will at once go to
Alabama for ivnother shipment. He
has spnnt tho week examining eon
dtfioris here, and wiil take a favora
ble report home with him. 7. H.
Shirley will probably arrive about
Feb. 8, with 100 more negroes from
- wear Montgomery for the Sproekols
Mr. Faulkner who accompanied
the negroes from Alabama, and who
is an extensive cotton planter, had
. his attention attracted to a tlwoe
year old cotton tree of a peculi
variety in the vard of the Windsor
Hotel at Wailuku. Upon examina
tion he pronounced the cotton to
have a fine lint. . and as the seeds
are grouped ' in one solid mass with
' out.a.iy lint clinging lc them, he will
takv; sopds from the ulant and expert
inent with them on his Alabama
ijlantation. Ho hopes for good re
sults from the experiment.
A soft, esy-Slt
tlnfi Iupb!e shoe,
uited for all kinds
Labor .Trouble on Maul.
The importation of negro labor to
Maul began none too soon, for if the
planters had been compelled to de
pend on Japanese Jabor, they would
have had either to accede to ubsurd
demands or sacrifice the present
crop of sugar.
It has been currently rumored for
somo time past that the Japanese on
the Island, led by unscrupulous agita
tors, were preparing for a general
strike, and so it was no surprise,
during tho early part of the week to
learn that the Jap3 working at Ka
hului had led off in tho strike for
more pay and shorter hours. The
Japs not only quit work themselves.
but by threats and coaxing they
induced some of tho Hawaiian to
quit work ulso. One Japanese has'
been arrested for threatening t: Ha
waiian who expressed his determina
tion to return to work, and will pro
bably be put where he will not bo
able to harm the Hawaiian for a
while at least. It is claimed that
many of the Hawaiians have been so
terrified by the threats of the Japa
nese to -'kill them, but that they are
ally afraid to return to work at
The mill hands at Spreckelsvillc
mill followed suit and went on a strike
during the early part of the week.
peculiar fact in connection with;
these two strikes is the Japanese who
work at Kahului and at Spreckels-
ville are inucli the best paid and best-
treated Japanese on MauL I
Fortunately for Mr. Lowrie, h
large consignment of negroes and
Italians had recently arrived, and he-
put them to work in the mill with
gratifying results. As soon as. the
Japanese saw that they were about
to be superseded in the mill, they were
glad ta patch up a compromise and
go back to work.
The negroes and Italians were
them sent from the Spreckelsville
mill to the Kahului wharf to work,
and the result is that a large number
of Japanese are out of a job, and it is
more than likely that they will re
main so. As soon as the foolish ter
ror o' the Hawaiians is removed,
they will doubtless return to work on
tho wharf. The negroes who have
come to the Spreckelsville plantation
are farm hands from near Montgo
mery, Alabama, and giving very
good satisfaction. Another large
shipment is now on the way from Ala
bama, and the day of Japanese domi
nation is gone forever..
The small shipment of negroes
from Tennessee to the Wailuku Plan
tation are not as a class so desirable
as the Alabamians. home of ttiemi
are all right, but a number of them
are crap shooting. city darkies who
never ought to have been brought
here. Some of them caught the in
fection this week and went on a
strike, but to their surprise, they
have discovert thn t no other planta
tion will give them work, and as the
walking from here to Tennessee is
bad at present, they arc a loss to
know what to do. Wiser counsels
will probably prevail with them soon,
and some of them mav tin n out all
It would prove economy in the eud
to ship some of them back to Tennes
see by the nrst sailing vessel, as
they will never be worth anything to
themselves or anyone else on the Isl
During the early part of. the week.
the Japanese at Kihei Plantation be
gan to strike in small number? at a
time, probably as a test. M r. Pogue
has sized up the situation about right,
for as soon as a strike is called to his
attention, the strikers are bundled
out of their cabins and off the planta
tion, bag and baggage, instanter.
The Italians who have recently ar
rived are the best class of labor on
the Island, and inducements will pro
bably be holdout to introae their
The Porto Hicans who have so far
arrived are a sorry looking lot, and
the ironeral sentiment on Mavi is
that it would not be wise to encour
acre their immigration to the Ts'nnds
in considerable numbers.
OH For Burojte.
Dr. Armitugu leaves for Honolulu
today, and on the 2!Hh will tail on
the Zolandiu, to take vi invalid pati
ent home to Kurope. Tho doctor
will remain in England f;ix or eight
months, to take a special course of
scientific- study, and proposes to re
turn to Wailuku in November.
Kuihel&ni Homestead, the charm
ing residence of tho dix'tor, will lie to
let completely furnished during hU
absence, and Judge W. A. McKay is
his duly authorised, agent,
Wailuku Ceta Cold Storage.
On board the Stanley, now in Ka
hului harbor, is a six ton ice machine
recently ordered by Mr. R. A. Wads
sworth of the Maui Soda A Ice
Works. As soon as it is landed and
in place, an extensive cold storage
plant will be built on the premisses
of tho fee Works.
Arrangements have already been
perfected by Mr. Wadsworth to re
ceive weekly shipments, .twr tbeJ
Claud ino from Honolulu, of every
thing in tho shape of cold storage
goods that can be had at Honolulu,
and practically at Honolulu prices.
Refrigerated beef and mutton, fresh
oysters, salmon and halibut, quail,
wild ducks and other small
giime, fresh fruits of all varieties,
fresh creamery butter, in fact all
the delicacies that can bo handled in
cold storage will le recened and
placed in tho ice chests of Maui con
sumers iu frozen chunks, many arti
cles of which can and will bo sold
cheaper than at present ruling
prices for like articles produced on
Mr. Wadsworth deserves great
credit for his enterprise, and there
is no doubt but he will nuild up a
lucrative business as soon its his plant :
is in working order, which will pro
bably be iu a couple of months.
He also received by the Stanley.'
2,100 dozen soda water bottles and
can now supply the demands for
aerated waters, which he has not'
heretofore been able to do on account
of scarcity of bottles.
The Maul Drug Co.
The firtt regular meeting of the
stock holders of the Maui Drug Co.
was held on Thursday evening at the
office of Attorney George Hous.
Mr. W. H. Field, to whose energy
and foresight the company owes its
existence, presented a full report;
of finance, disbursements and im
provements, which proved quite
satisfactory to the share holders.
The following officers were elected
for tho ensuing year: W. A. McKay,
Pres.; C. P. Faulkner, Vice Pres.;
W. ii. Field, Sec, and George Hons,
At the close of tho meeting, a vote
of thanks was tendered to Mr. Field
for the capable and conscientious
manner in which he has handled and
developed the enterprise.
The building will be ready for occu
pancy about the first of Feb., and
Mr. Faulkner, the druggist, who has
been in San Francisco purchasing a
stock of drugs, is expected by the
next Zolandia. The drugs will short
ly follow on a sailing vessel to Kahu
lui direct. The prospects for the
drug business arc very bright, a
number of large orders from the
plantations having already been
placed with the new drug store.
Other branches of business will be
developed in connection with the
drug store in tho near future.
A Bulldozed Witness.
In the case of Imata, (Jap) against
whom a warrant was sworn out by
Meheula a Hawaiian boy, for threaten
ing to kill him if he should go buck-
to work at Kahului. somo talllving
was done by the prosecuting witness
on tho stand before Judge. McKay
in the District Corrfc at Wailuku,
The witness denied the truth of
his sworn complaint, and even went
so far as to state that Deputy
Sheriff iiayse.lden had threatened
him with 20 years' imprisonment if
he did not swear out the warrant.
It was clearly apparent to every
disinterested person in the court
room that the witness was in terror
of tho Japanese, a large number of
whom worn present, and that he
would have made any statement
rather than incriminate the prisoner
and. in His own belief, put himself in
future jeopardy at the hands of the
friends of the Jap.
Under the circumstances, Judge
Mo a ay could not do otherwise than
ismi.-s the prisoner, for lack of
evidence, but it is to be hoped that
the Japanese of ailuku wnl not
mistake the meaning of the release
of the prisoner, or no led to believe
that they can intimidate labor whu
is ready to supplant the strikers.
K. of i. Installation.
On January 12, Aloha Lodge,
KnigHsof Pythian of Waihikuliv tai
led the officers elected for the en
Ihe following are the officers in
stalled: C. C, George Hons; V.
C. J. J. Walsh; P.. W. K. Boote; M.
of 7.., E. B. Carley; M. of P., C.
Hansen; K. of R. 4.V S., F. J. Wheel
er; M. at A., D. L. Meyer. t
Mr. E. 13. Carley acted as instal.
ling officer. ' '
Our Molokai Letter.
Editor Mai:i News:
Henry Puloatho senior police of
ficer of the 'Hawaiian Islands, was
laid to rest-cm the 13th iust., at Ka
He received his appointment as
police officer 45 years ago, during
the boyhood of the late Judge Hitch
rook. He Was a man of sterling
character, and his death m much re
gretted by tho people of Molokai,
many of the most prominent people
of tho Island attending his funeral.
He had been sick for some time, and
was sixty eight years old at the
time of his death. He leaves a wife,
but no children.
There was a heavy rain storm here
last Sunday and Monday. Caterpil
lars have been quite numerous this
year on Molokai, and have, clone a
great deal of harm to the gras.
Mr. Charlie King, 'formerly of
Maui, came ever 'to Wailuku on Wed
Mr. Henry Longton has gone to
Hawaii to deliver a newly sold block
of Mazeppa stock.
Miss Knapp, principal of tho Ka
mehameha preparatory school is,
spending a two weeks' vacation in
Miss Mollie Ciunmings, daughter of
Thomas Cumtningsof Waikapu, came,
home from Honolulu this week to
spend her vacation.
Mr. J. E. Miller tho San Francisco!
fertilizer man spent a fewdajs In
Wailuku, leaving for Hawaii on
Reverend W. Ault and Miss Hay
selden were married at Lahainaon
Thursday evening, and drove to their
new homo in Wailuku the same even
ing. Popular '"Jack" Bergstrom,. of the
Bergstrom Music Co., has not been
able, to finish up the work for which
lie is booked this week, and will re
main on Maui a week longcr.J
Mr. H. T. Lake, travelling sales
man for the Jiorgstrom Music Co.,
left for Hana on Wednesday, and
will return to Honolulu on today's
Maui. . He sold quite a .number of
pianos while .in Wailuku.
The Kuihelani Homestoad, now oc
cupied by Dr. Annitage, on Main
street, Wailuku, completely furliitdi-ed.-
For further particulars,
W. A. McKAY.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from Wailuku
Judge W. A. McKay is authorized to
act for me with full power of attor
DR. EDW. ARMITAG E.
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES.
I have just received from Florida a
choice lot of young Punch, Apple,
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Persim
mon Trees. These will bo sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
perimental planting. Write for
. BYRON O. CLARK.
M.nager Clark Farm, Wahiawa,
All bills duo to Rodrigues Storo on
1900 accounts must bo settled at
once, or they will be put in the hands
of a collector.
A. J, KODRIG UFS.
Mr. J. R. Bergstrom of the Berg
ntroiti Music Company, Honolulu, is
visiting Maul, and - v. ill remain ono
week. All persons desiring their
pia (.- tuned or repaired will please
communicate with him at once.
Orders taken for piano, guitars,
mandolins, :heel music, etc.
Ad.;v.to, . J. K. UCKiiSTROM,
Windsor IJotol, Waiiuku, Maui,
Stock avu Bond Buokku.
Mmi'it o il.molu'.u Stoi-li j::.c' uuj , C;ll 0
Campbell Illoek, Merchant Sti-e-'t.
TuU'pUos Vlula 111. .
?, 0. lint m
REGULATION FOR TnE INTER
MENT OF THE DEAD.
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health Friday. January 4th, 1!M1,
the following regulations for tho in
terment of the. dead in the Territory
of Hawaii was adopted and ordered
to be published, viz: .
"All deaths occurring in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii must be reported to
the Registrar of Deaths, with name,
age, sex, nationality, residence cause
of death, attending' physician and!
place of burial. No interment will
be allowed within tln -district of
Kona, Island of Oahft, wfyhoul the. j
written jiwtftfcstofi Vif inn K&c'tfl oij j
the Board Of Health, Vht, Will issueJ
permits on ap'ffJrtit'oh ttt his office. ;
No interment 'will-be aKowed iu the
Islnnd of Oahu. outside of the dist ric t
of Kona, or'in the Island of Hs-waii.
or iu the Island of Maui, or hi the
Island of Kauai, without permission
of an agent of the Board. of Health.
"Any person violating the above
regulations shall be liable fp a fine
not exceeding fifty dollar.s, as pnv
vided by law. Seqtipn 12 pf the
Sanitary Code of the Board of Health..
adopted December 7th, 1891, as set,
forth in the laws relating to public
matters and rules and regulations of
the llpard of Health of the Republic
of Hawaii, 13M7, is hereby repealed.'-
J. H. RAYMOND.
President Board of Health.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.,,
By teVephone on your arrival hr
Honolulu you tan procure- the very
best of llvotv service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by mail
for anything in the lihd of harness.'
riding or driving stock, carriage'
materials, etc., will receive careful'
Wc have also a number of the
finest plantation mules, ready fo
immediate delivery, which wo Will
sell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us
P.O. Box 3:10. Tel. 301, Main.
Ily virtue nf R nrll uf iixm-iitloii iitsurd.out ot
the ('tivuit Court of tho B'lr.-il Circuit of Hono
lulu, Isluml of Oh'ju, TiMTitory of lluwiut, ou
the 4th day of J.-n uary 1111. m-'ivtust Miiunulcl
Suxur Co., Ltd. n Con-orulluti, DcfrDduut, iu
fnvor of the Klsdou Iron & LncomotUe
WortH, n Corixinulon, PlniutifT, for the
Sum of Slxtnrn Thousand wivcu hundred
twenty-nine mid ftl-HIO ilollHin. I hnve l"vird
noon i:nd hntl expose for mile nt the Sore of
th.i IMiuimiK'l Kiuinr "o. on the Islnud of Lttim
a,t l-J oYloek 11002 of Wednesday the ISth duy of
February A. P. Wei, to the MKlieHt bidder, nil
thu rlKht, title iiud inter. 'st of the Kuld Muuan
lei Rujjar Co. Pefeudaut, In nud to tho f:l'ev
UH dwerlhed property, uuleHH said judgment,
tntere.it, co.-.: and my expusea be prevloely
One Cross C'unilwnnd Condensing Coili:w
KnKlne l.-ix .M . P.inip", B'ixWi
Complete with eondeusntr, air pumy and all
cliTiiliitin,; pip-. I'apaeltv o' piiniTS'f mil
lion ttnllou.--, in 1 fe.it Mku.
Ouo cru.-.i Compound Condensing t'orll.u
Kiiiilui) 14 x v'-l Piv:w 14 i x .i
Complete with coudou.ers, ulr pump un i n't
circulating pipe. Capueit.r of pump S'i mil
lions, fill feet lilua.
Pumpx a.-e couipl-tn with oil miction, dh
clinrKC pipes and tlttin-rs.
Two ai h. p. ili'lue water tube Ixiilers, with
All Meant and exluia t plpecoun"ctiu.t lxiiiers
A. X. HAYSKLUK.N.
Doyitty Sheriff, Maui.
Juuuary nth A. D. imil.
On Dcteniber 1st I will open an
y'iliee for general business nt the
MakaiEwa corner of King and
Bethel street, Honolulu, down stairs,
All burliness of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maui neigh-
burs will be promptly attended to.
C. H, DICKEY.
Contractor & Builder!
it'.lr.ii'ily il-.id thirpenter ut Kihei )
M:is lHiato;l itt Wailuku ljuildinij
Contracts taken iu nil parts
df tho Island., , l-.tva fovco
of hlc'dled assistants ulv.viy
.... Send 75c tl.Oi $1.25
or fcl.ftn for a nice lxix of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
JNOTICB TO SHIPPERS.
On Sep'tpinper '1st, fihe following
rofrula'tifrhs -in i'egard ?,ti freight
handled ty the Kahtihii .Waili'oaxl
Ci4.ib';iy.C-;il fco bl'oclj'oot.
1 . -iso froigbi : f ill , be received at
unytr''t he di pdts,bn!os.s, ac(:o,vipanitid
by fa Sliippirig rcctipt. stamped as
he law tiirecls. .Blanks may be ob
tained of anv of .the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot ihl piinutcis
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for sb'Pmt'"l' per S. S.
"Claudine'" to Honolulu or way. ports
must be delivered at Kabului ,'beforc
noon of day of sailing, and freight foi
1st Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului be fore. i ..a. m. , of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd 1!HM.
NOT i oe,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
that pursuanl do the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the eit'ciiit CouVt of tho First Judi
cial Circuit 011.1 he 8th, day of Janu
ary 10(11 in that certain suit entitled
Hoffsclilaeger ComparVy, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. A'kit.j defendant, (I
will expose for sale and sell art public
auction at the store heretofore 00
upied bv F. Akin in Lahuina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary 15101 all the stock of goods;
wares and merchandise -and all -store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma
chines iu the store in said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
.GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January 9th. 1901.
'California Harness Shop. Specif
attention given to Island Plantation
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Hits, etc., etc. Largest assortmcr.
of whips in Honolulu. All goods war
ranted as represented, at California
D. O. HAMV1AN
Lincoln Block No. 1-1"
P. O. Box No 791.
built fo' -.v
;tnv urv m i le t j our ordor,
iiiu m 1 U -c-ially f.ir IUwalt cliui tto.
Kx Tails uf Clyde wo have:
l";'t tlaby shous,
7Ti: ll iy' ;lionif laetia cairshoon
!l.50 Tv-idi"' luce, cioth toy on. kid l
f2.00 I.i-.dios' elotlt toy laoc i.hoi-i.
0 l.J 1
I.a ll' titick cloth ton ;x(ord
lies' h mry ol kid Uoa :)hoi
p.ii-fi ct vaiklng shoo.
Men".; upllt ci 's'more'i tIH
JJ-ju'j and Uiys' oil grain creed-
5 i . 7 S MenV. R i- ia cal.' dresj-. fhoe.
Sjj.OO .Men'K colt lace Kho.-s.
ai-'.50 Meu kuporior :1 grain croccj
3,00 Men's box ca!f drefj allocs.
3.OO Men's Tncjsvaitl crlf -djoes.
ULTJUER QQOrS-SllpperH.Ovurn. Footloldi
: 1 i v tH j,'o.iln.-.
--.oa with ev.-ry
"conitaiy aud buy al
1 dl. W. guaratt
pair :wujUt ot ui
"Economic" Shoe Co
WAINNUENUE ST., HILOl
,'.iuj'j i'.n A H '. til dealers in "joltitSiio