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A Chormlnft Luau.
BY AUTHORITY BY AUTHQRIJY
Tho roads and streets hav been
unspeakably muddy all week oa as
ount of the heavy and continuous
The kona storm was quite severe
Honoluou, and the Claudine and
iuau did not leave till Thursday
The heavy rains this week have
igain flooded Kahului with water,
ut not so badly as during the former
The rush of travel to Wailuku is
increasing, notwithstanding the
storm, and the hotels are scarcely
able jto accommodate the arrivals
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. o
Honolulu have by Tar the finest pic
're framing plant in tho Hawaiian
elands, and deserve your patron-age.
The Hawaii mail hns been taken to
valaca Hay four times this week,
d is still here, the Kir.au failincr to
t into Maalaea Buy on her Thurs
y night's trip.
Rod rig ues is scor'ng a big success
h his reduction sales this month,
ie is really sacrificing a part of
is stock to make room for new
"he st'-eet at Hoffman & Vetlesen's
- shotld be fixed so that a tor-
water and mud would not run
the sidewalk in front of the
office, every time it rains.
Che Eureka Preserving Paint Com-
nv have nearly $12,000 worth of
tract work ahead of thorn on
li, which it will take them six
tubs to complete. . iur. Sharps is
charge of the work.
There is one washout on the road
.veen Wailuku and Maalaea Bay,
i it is impossible for hacks to reach
bry. It will not take much work-
repair the break, which really
lOuld have been done on Thursday.
Lieutenant McLeod of the Salva
ion Army states that while on a
sit to tho club house at Camp One,
preckclsvillo this week, ho found a
rge rat nailed to tho floor by a ten
3nny uail driven through the fleshy
rt of its thigh, near the door of
.o cook house. The animal was
ive and struggling to escape, while
..alfa dozen Chinese siood around,
enjoying its torture. It had evidently
been there some time, as the floor
around it was covered with its blood
The Lieutenant mercifully ended its
.isery. The miscreant who inflicted
no torture is not hi jail where ho
ught to be.
(One of Wailuku's gilded youth
'ressed himself elaborately one ev?n
,ig this week and drove out into the
"njntry.to call on a young lady. As
wed tile house," the floodgates
ven opened aud the rain simply
. down. He drove his rig to
aud attempted to drive in-
. the horse refused to enter
ted in the mud and tried to
animal inside, but it was no
jn ho tried to lead him up to
oe to tie him, . but the animal
i to bo led. After yelling for
Maui received an unwelcome visit
or this week, in the shape of a genu
ine and desttuctiun kona stotm, ac
companied with thunder aud light-
ninar. On Monday afternoon, the
wind shiftod to the south and the at-1
mosphero became warm and humid,
sure premonition of a kona.
During tho afternoon the wind
which had been veering to all points
of the compass, shifted to tho south
and rose to a gale, accompanied by a
heavy downpour of rain, about sun
down. The storm scarcely abated till
Thursday morning, but the rain was
intermittent. The rain was not
heavy as during the last koua, conse
quently much less damage was done.
Some of the flumes on the Wailuku
Plantation were blown down, but
there has been no washing out of loaves.
On last Saturday evening, a de
lightful luau was given at the resi
dence of Mr, Thomas Cummings of
VVaikapu, in honor of his daughter,
Miss Moliio Cummings, and of Mr.
Charles K. King, who are spending
their school vacation At Waikapu.
A large number of guests both
from Waikapu and Wailuku wcie in
attendance, and they received a
most hospitable welcome. It was a
lovely moonlight evening, .and tho
handsomely decorated lanais were
crowded with charmed listeners to
songs and instrumental music.
When supper was announced the
dining room reveaica a fairy like
scene of lights, flowers and viands,
mingled with the aromatic flavor of
sucking !g roasted to a turn iu ti
cane or destruction to taro and rice
patches, and no injury has been done
to the Wailuku water supply system.
Accident at Kahului.
A disastrous and almost fatal ac
cident occured at Kahului on Monday
afternoon. Mr. McClennan, the head
carpenter at Kahului was mounting
the stairway to the lookout station
to watch tho progress of the coming
storm which was tossing the lumber
like paper in the lumber yard.
When near tho top, tho wind blew
.the stairway down.Mr.McClennan fell
on the roof of tho building under
neath, and from there dropped to the
ground, a distance of about 12 feet,
striking on his head and cutting his
face and ear badly. He was render
ed unconscious by the fall, and Supt.
Filler at once ordered a special train
prepared and had him taken to Ma-
lulani Hospital, where he was atten
ed by Dr. Wcddick. It was Tuesday
morning before he recovered con
sciousness, and it will be some days
before he will De ablo to be out.
Many toasts were said and sung,
the bachelors taking tho lead and
toasting the joys of single blesedness,
in which Mr. Lake acted as spokes
man. The married men rallied at
once ana uranK a rising toast to
their wives, daughters and mothers
present, the News man having been
selected on uccount of his peculiarly
elongated jaw, to speak for the
More music succeeded tlic supper,
after which goodnights were said,
and the guests dispersed.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, January 23, 1IMI1.
All persons having claims againwt.
ie Board of Health for wrvioes
material, or supplies furnished on
account of the Bubonic Plague epi
demic of the past year, now remain
ing unpaid, are hereby requested to
prosent at this office a properly
itemized bill in duplicate, on Board
of Health Bill forms, covering such
All bills are to be properly certifi
ed to by tho officer who incurred
ie expense, and no attention will
be given to uncertified claim.
Bills from parties outside of Hono
lulu must be signed or endorsed to
some person or lirm hi Honolulu. All
ndorsed bills to carry a 2 cent U. S.
The Board of Health will assume
responsibility for payment of
laims not presontcd in accordance
ith the above directions -prior to
tho 15th day of February TD01.
By order of the Board of Health.
Wailuku tSchooIhouse Unsafe.
On Tuesday morning, when the
children assembled at the Wailuku
school, the wind was blowing a gale
Soon after school was called the
old barn which answers as a school
building, began to rock and sway in
the wind. School was at once dis
missed and the children were hustled
out of the building which momcntar
ily threatened to tumble down oveJ
their heads. No further argument
need be used as to the necessity of a
new school building iu Wailuku.
Wireless Telegraphic Notes.
Mr, T. E. Hobbson, chief con
structor of the wireless telegraphic
system, accompanied by his assistant,
Mr. J. Pletts, camoover on theClau
dine to complete' arrangements for
the practical working of the system.
There will bo a station at Lanai, one
at Lahaina. one at Makena and ono
at Mahukona. Eight operators were
brought over, and Mr. Hobbsou will
spend a week or so in giving them
practical work in sending and re
ceiving messages. Two operators will
be assigned to each station. As soon
asjthcyjare sufficiently . trained in
their work, the line will be thrown
opeu for bushies.
Messages can bo readily trans
mitted from Honolulu to MoloUai,
from Molokai to Lanai, from Lanai
to Makena, and from Makena to Ma
hukona, and it is believed that the
line will be in successful operation
with in two weeks.
The Papa Ita Fake.
Six tons aud a half of wood, plenty
of hot rocks and about two hundred
spactators, combined with Papa Ita
himself, constituted the show on
baturday night. Ihe spirits were
feeling coltish, and could not bo got
down to work till about ten o'clock
in the evening, after which it was
past all time to hopo for any more
stragglers to drop into tho show.
Tho proceedings which followed
were a fac simile of his performances
in Honolulu which have been sutfl-
,fc mu finiiw nioo cicntly described in tho Honolulu
.ar of the tempest, and rescue Papers. ery lew wnue people or
ed. Ho was taken inside the indulgent nawauaus aitenuea ine
r,nA ..ni K.,,.-oi exhibition, and the receipts were
jscjtato him, after which he was
jg on f ho clothes line by the kitchen
!, fq dry out.
'anan & Son
for all liirids
A luau was given to Papa Ita on
Tuesday evening of this week prior to
his proposed departure for Hilo, at
which many of the traditional cere
monies incident to the old time luau
were observed. ; One Incident oc
curred however, which was not down
on the program, It seems that dur
ing the feast, and unrogenerate
Philistine from Honolulu was seated
next to Papa - Ita, who, according
to his usual custom, was barefooted.
The iJhiustiiie, who was smoiang a
cigar, surreptitiously applied the
lighted end of it to tho solo of one of
Papa Ita's feet, in order to test its
rcsistaut qualities. For a moment
tho smell of burning leather pervac
ed tho air, and Ihe next moment, the
serayjliic' smile which constantly
plays around Pupa Ita's features
suddenly disappeared, and he sprang
into the air like a bucking celt, uttering-
a yell worthy of hi.-s warlike
Tahitiau ancestry. .Apologies were
at once tendered and ucoepd, and
the luau proceeded harmoniously.
lion. ti. i . Ualdwm came over on
the Claudine on Thursday.
A. A. Benson, the popular travel
ling man for L. B. Kerr Co., is sell
ing up Maui this week.
Mr. M. M. Sweeney, a practiea
plumber, is visiting Maui to see what
there is to do in his line.
Messrs. ljalte and ljerr$troin, re
presenting the Bergstrom ftfusio Co,
have another week's work alicad of
them on Maui.
School Inspector Kelikioi has rent
ed the Kuihelani residence, formerly
occupied by Dr. Armitage, for the
Mr. John A. Graack, rcprpsentin,
theR. G. Dun & Co. Ageiipy, f has
spent tho week on Maui, . taking the
ratings of our business men.
Mr, C. W. .Voss, representing the
Hawaiiau Star, has made a tour o:
Maui, in the interests of the Star
and left Wailuku for Lahaina yester
day afternoon, on horseback, tho
roads being unfit for stage travel
Papa Ita left for Lahaina on Yed
nesday to take the Kiuaufor Hawaii
However the Kiuau did not mae
landing at Lahaina, and tho tho fire
walker will have to content himself
with the hospitalities of ' tho eopoa
nut city for a few days.
Miss L. L. Tillotson, of St, Paul
Minn., arrived 'on the Mauna Loi
to visit Haleaka'la and Tao Valley
She met quite a serious accident
whilo coining' ashore. . The weather
was very rough, and the bont shipped
a wave and wetted her thoroughly
An oar was wrenched out of the hand
'of the boatmen, and struck bei'on
the mouth, severely luceialhig her
lower li) and locSeuihg "two or llre
ACCOUNT OF BUBONIC
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 3G, Section 4515, of the
Civil Laws of 1897, I do hereby give
notice that a Government Pound has
been established for the Island of
Lanai, atKoele, Nanae; the same be
ing located on the mountain side of
tho Government road near the
David Steward, Esq., has this day
been appointed, Poundniaster, for
the above Government Pound.
J. A, McCandless,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, Febry. 5, 1001.
REGULATION FOR THE INTER
MENT OF THE DEAD.
At a meeting , of the Board of
Health Friday. January 4th, j
tW following regulations for the in
terment or the dead in the Territory
of Hawaii was adopted and ordered
to bo published, viz:
'All deaths occurring in the Tc r-
ritory of Hawaii must be reported to
the Rcgistrarof Deaths, with name,
ago, sex, nationality, residence cause
of death, attending physician and:
place of burial. No interment will
be allowed within the district of'
Koii'i, Island of Oahu, without the'
written permission of ta' Sgent of
the Board of Health, wtip will issue
permits on application at his ofllee.
No intcroiawt will lie 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 Heaith.
"Any person violating the above
regulations shall be liable to a fine
not exceeding fifty dollars, as pro
vided by law. Section 12 of the
Sanitary Code of the Board of Health,
adopted December 7th. 18U1, as set
forth in the laws relatng ,to public'
matters aud rules and regulations of
the Board of Health of the Republic:
of Hawaii, 181)7, is hereby repealed
J. H. RAYMOND.
President Board of Health.
.... Send 73c fl.00 1.23
or $1.30 for a nice hox of Chocolates
and conlVelins, sent post or freight
free to any part of the islands.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival m
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of livery service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yarda Co. Orders by mail'
for anything, in the line of harness.
riding or driving stock, carriage
materials, etc... will receive careful
attention and prompt dispa.tcn.
We have also a number of the
finest plantation mules, rjady fo
immediate delivery, which we will
sell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us
P. O. Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
NOTICC TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st, the following
regulations iu regard to freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad
Cotmanv. will go ip'oeffoet.
1. No freight will be received at
any of the det.s unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
ie law directs. Blanks may be ob-
tauH'd of i:nv of tho Station Agents.
?.. No fivlght will hi? received iin
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before deimrture of trains. '
3. Freight for Khipnent er.S. S.
Claudine'' to Ifon.jhilu or way ports
must be de
noon of tlav of ai!ic,
East Maui pnvts mu.-t be delivered
at Kuholri i.;fore 1) a. m. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R, W. FILLER,
Kahului, ..Maui. August 23rd l!H.k.
'i'vered at Kahului befort
and freight foi
NOT i CE.
The undersigned, havlug boon duly appolntud
Admlntstrutor of tbe Katutu o( D.ivU RouKta
luto bf Pniu, Muul, dvecused. hereby gives no-
Ice to all credl torsjof the deceased, lo prenent
their claims, duly authenticated, with proper
Touchers, even if the mDo In secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to htm ut Paiu, Muul,
within hIx months from tho dato hereof, or they
will be forever barred.
Administrator of the estate of David Rough,
Pula, Mnui, February 0th 1001.
Notice Is hereby tfiven that, the undersigned
AsslKiuie pf the Kstate of .1. J. Coombs, a bank
rupt, will ou Monday the th day of February
A. D. 1WU apply to the Judge of the Circuit
Court, iud Circuit T. H. for a soltlomonl of his
uecouutf. uud for his discharge from further
liuhllity u:i such assignee.
J A3. L. COKE. '
Asslgnro Kstate of J. J. Cpombs a llankmpt.
Dated Jauuary Slst MM.
The T.tan Fire Insurance Company
of London lias appointed A. N. KE-
POIKAI, of Wailuku its local agent
for Maui, and solicits business for
P. L. WEAVER,
Wailuku, Feb, 2, l0L Honolulu.
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES,
I have just received from Florida a
choice lot of young Poach,. Apple,
Pear, Plum, Aprloot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Persim
mon Trees. These will be sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
perimental planting, Write for
prices., . . a
BYRON O. CLARK
Manager Clark Farm, Wahiawa,
nv virtue of a wilt of 3necutKn iwaed out of!
the Clrcut Cp,uct of the i- irsi i toh 01 Hono
lulu, Island i)f Oahu, Ter.-itory of' Hawaii, on
the -Ith day of January 1V0I, against Maunuloi
Sugar Co.,- Ltd. a Corporation, Defendant, In
favor of the Risdou Iron & Locomotive
Works, a Corporation, Plaintiff, for the
Sum of Sixteen Thousand seven hundred
twenty-Dine aud JM-lO-i dollar. I have levied
upon aud shall expose for sale at Uie Store of
th ; Mnuualei Sugar Co. en tbe Island of Luuui,
at H o'clock noon of Wednesday the 13th day of
February A. IV 1WM, to tho highest bidder, irll
tbe right, title aud Interest of the said f,suna-
lel Sugar Co. Defendant, In and lo U follow.-
Ing describe! property, unless said iud.-iujent,
interest, costSj and my expenses be previously
fine Cross Compound Condensing Corliss
umpin ? Engine.
bngim lax as rumps v:t x an
Complete with cpndensors, air pump and all
circulating pipe. Capacity of pump Stf mil
lion gallour, W feot high.
Ono cross Compound Condensing CorUss
Kug)qo It! X ii I'umps H V 39
Complete with cpndensors, air pump and all
circulating pipe. Cupaclty of pump fi'i mil-
ljons, Ml feat high.
lumps are t-op4pu;iu wnu nu micuuu, uftt-
charge pipes and fittings.
Two at) u. p. Heine wuier tuoe toners, wun
At) steurn anaoxnaust pipocounociing Donors
A. N. HAYSELDKN,
Deputy gnorltf, MauJ,
January Htu A. D. 1001. . -
NOTICE IS: HEREBY GlXi
that puivuint to the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit. Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit, on ihe $th, day of Janu
ary 11101 in t!;nl certain suit entitled
HolTschhiegcr Company, Limited,
piainttff vs. F. Akir., defendant, I
will expose for sale and sell at public
auction at the
eupied by F. A
;n Saturday the second da' of Febru
ary 1901 all the stock of goods,
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma-
rhincs in the store in said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash L S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January 9th 1901. '
store heretofore oc
:n in Lahaina, Maui,
All bilj.-i duo to Rodrigues Store ou
J0O0 accounts must bo settled at
once, or they will be put in the hands
,uf a collector.
t. A. J. RODR1G UES.
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at the
Makfcl Ewa corner of King and
Bethel stFPpts, Honolulu, down stairs,
All business of whatever nature
Intrusted to me by my Maui neigh
bors Will bP promptly attended to.
C. H. DICKEY.
There will be, --weather permit
ting, a Queen ictona Memorial
Service held jn tho Anglican Church,
Wailuku, totnorrow, (Sunday), after
noon at ?.3Q o'ctocfc
California Harness Shop. Specil
attention given to Island Plantatio:
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Bits, etc., etc. Largest assortmen
of whips in. Honolulu. All goods war
nted as represented. a(t CaUfornt
Do O. HAMMAN
P. O. Box Xo
are built for wear,
they are made to our order.
lire mad-3 specially for Hi il climate.
Kx Fall:- of Clyde W3 havo:
Fat Uabv sivies.
Hoy's strong lace satlu oalf shoeu
Ladios' ln.'i, clath top or kid U
I Contractor & Builder
&li-u:lit'i: of H iuilulii Rtofck K-iL-hunx", Oitlcc
Cumpbell U)ik, Mureuaut Street.
Telephone MatQ IQlj
p. q, Box tsss
Mr, J. R. Bergstrom of the Berj
btroin Husio L'oinpuny, Honolulu, is
vilt!ri! Maul and will remain one
week. All persona desiring their
Tuanos tuneu or renairod will please
cninmunlcate with hhn ut once.
Orders taken for pianos, guitars,
mandolins, uhoet muiio, etc.
Addressi J. E. BERGSTROM.
Winds.pi? Hotel, Y'ailuUu, JUui.
(formerly cud Carpcutor at Kil.- i.)
Ham located at Wailuku TJuiUling
Contracts takon In all parts
of tho Island. A largo force
of skilled ussistaqta uhyiys
oti hand, .
Indies' cloth top lace shoos.
Laili -s' black clcli top Oxfords
L..i'.i.- :' h i vy s ilu kid laoe shoe !
par t-si walking shqa.
$1.25 M.'n's split cr.-edmore's rolW
51 7-i M -'('s und biys' ell grain creeQ
$1.7 Mnu'3 sa-m calf dress shoes.
I.OO Men's colt luC3 shoes.
tj2,SO Men s sup Tier oil grain erced
3.00 Men's ti i-iilf dr-M show.
3 .OO Jleu's Trausvr.al calf sho,
l:iiut(f-.B GOODS- Slipper!. Overs, Footholdi
Vi- .id :
j t'vi , v. o sell. W : guaraa
unvi,t'n!Vi:'7 pair boij;ht of m
:iy uMd i
u: i.v 5 r.r... f.
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