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ihc Inter Island boats arc running
quite irregularly, unci luive missed
one trij) to Maui, this week.
There is no mail or stage between
Wailuku and Laliaina, and will not
be for some days, :i account of wn gh
ouls of tho roud.
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. o
Honolulu have by far the finest pic
ture framing plant in the Hawaiian
Island, and deserve vour patron
aye. The California i.iiners have 1 coin
ed work on the H. C. & S. Co. tun
nel iu lao Valley, having been laid
oil for some days on account of the
Work has practically been suspend
ed by every one during the storm,
tlie only place where there was no
rest for the weary being the job
fpartinent of the News oflice.
The reciprocal editorial courtesies
ing like arrows between the Ad
vertiser and the Republican, make
interesting reading to the storm
Quite a number of travelling men
for Honolulu tnusinosti houses have
b".en storm bound in Wailuku for the
past week. Their only consolation
was that it was probably raining in
Honolulu quite a heavily as it was
The butcher shop of Enos & Co.
lias been sold and turned over to
tlie Kahikinui Kanchc Co., the latter
taking possession on the 1 5th. The
intention is to run u first class meat
market; See notice in another
The schools have all been enjoying
n enforced vacation for the past
o week-'.-s; as it has been too raiuy
the children to venture out,
dark in the school rooms,
f they could have reached
Neal, head luua of the Bis
Stables, fairly won the grati
i the people of Wailuku ou
;sjay, by bringing in the Houa
ail from Maalaea Hay through
aviest rain storm of the prc
4 to the ai.r4tirtgeouditioa
liof of the Anglican Church
I at Wailuku, together with
rv downturn r of ruin, there
I service held last Sunday.
Tomorrow, there wi;l be morning
Prayer and Holy Communion at 11
a. in., r.nda Queen Victoria Memo
rial Service at 3, p. m.
"William Goodness, proprietor of
the Bisin.ark Stables, left for Ilono
liilu by the Claucline of this week-
being subpoenaed to appear r.t the
trial of Charles HetTernan, on the
criminal charges preferred against
him fur forgery. . Uffkruan will
.also be tried for assault with intent
to kill a police officer in Honolulu.
, A gentleman stopping at the Wind
sor has a powerful gramophone and
largo number of disks eontainLjj
"ctf-elections of music-" Ou i
iy evening reee-vtly, lie wus aums
his friends with selections, in the
un containing 'the hotel telephone
iging,up Central, it was discovered
".he music .wiuU-bcpIuiuly heard
gh 'Tteleplioiio, on all parts
V IsJ'and. As a result, a large
r of amused listeners at Kahu
1 a, W7aikapu, and other points
lOllUOCUXl whh ine IIOWM lim.
.1 were entertame.t for some
Jill. Ininixwunlll lAHOrtl'f
k liKDA I
. Jitt, easy-Tit-"tjn,
l,t ifA oil Linal;
ONE YHAR OLD, TODAY.
With a- feeling of pardonable pride,
the announcement is made that the
Maui News is one year old today.
The News has a proved a financial
success in a modest way, for the
reason that a paper was needed on
An honest effort has been made to
keep the promise contained the salu
tatory editorial of one year ago, in
which it was stated nhat the News
would be a paper which any parent
could safely hand to his sons and
daughters to read.
Horn in tho midst of the plague
troubles, and making its initial ap
pearance shorn of the large adver
tising patronage promised- to it
prior to the outbreak of the plague,
the paper gradually fought its way
to the front, and is today on a sound
The kindly welcome accorded to
the News by its original subscribers,
the reading public generally and,
not least, by the other papers
on the" Islands, were very helpful to
the paper, and it is with a sincere
feeling of gratitude that thanks are
returned for all these kindnesses.
To our original subscribers, as
well as those who subscribed, later,
we will say that unless otherwise
notified, their paper will be forward-
d as usual. As before, the sub
scription price is payable in advance.
preferrably, at $2.50 per year,
and as considerable improvements
are in contemplation, it would be a
special favor if each of our subscrib
ers would remit for the new year at
once and without further suggestion.
To our advertising patrons, both
on Maui and in Honolulu, we would
says that the columns of the News
are by far the best and surest means
of reaching the public on Maui, be
cause everybody sees and reads the
Under chargciof a skillful and com
petent foreman' the job department
of the oflice Is prepared to do all
lines of ordinary mercantile printing,
and all that we ask is that the peo
ple of Maui will give home industry a
chance to showiwliat it can do, .
The Colored Alabaminns.
A flourishing Sabbath School has
been established by the colored peo
ple at Camp 4, Spreckelsville, witl
Rev. J. A. Henderson, a colored
minister, as ' Superintendent, and
meets every Sunday at 1, p. in. Mr.
Lowrie is to.be congratulated upon
the class of labor which he is secui
ing. They are as a class, moral men,
and will prove a very reliable class
of labor. At a meeting held by them
recently, under the leadership of
their minister, Iev. J. A. Hender
son, resolutions were adopted, for
bidding crap shooting or any other
form of gambling, and also pledging
themselves fo abstain from the use
of spirituous liquors
Eighteen more colored men from
Alabama, arrived on last Saturday
accompanied bv . another colored
minister, Revj Augustus Hutchison
Most of these inen were accompanied
by their wivei and children. They,
as well as the) former arrivals, ex
press themsejves a being quite well
pleased with,cocditions here. They
form quite a favorable contract to
tho lot of erap shooters whom Col
Bean brouglifc to tho Wailuku Plan
In tho "luna Happenings" of lat
week, the jews , stated that a plank
sidewalk lnid been laid from the Hana
Store to thb Stables near the wharf.
It was a cement instead of a plank
walk that ji'as laid. ' And it was not
by order if the authorities, but by
i iat oi uep. onorui v. uuock, uiui
the flag whs hoisted in honor of the
arrival of Mr. Grinbaum recently.
Hi'.'jR. I. McGettigan is to hav
a new residence built on a lot whit-
he has' rrcenlly hought from the
Hana PLntation. By the last trip
of tho Clautiine the lumber and build
ing jnaterinl arrived. Contractor
George lyCook ainllfour carpenters
also cumc bv the Claudine, und will
begin wo-k ou the. building as soon as
On account of the storm, tho Clau-
dine was unable to land freight at
Hamoa and Kipahulo, this trip.
Chung Lau, a Chinaman, was re
cently arrested at Keanae with six
tins of opium unlawfully in possession,
and was tried, convicted and fined
$100 and costs. His case has been
appealed by his attorneys, J. K.
Saunders and J. K. Hauuna.
Rev. Mr. Leadingham preached a
sermon m English at the native
church at Hana last week, to a very
Ten days of strotig south wind;
laden with heavy rainstorms, has
been the unpleasant experience
through which the Islands have just
Much less damage has been done
by this storm than was done by the
kona which visited us some time ago.
The heaviest and practically the only
damage which was suffered bv the
uiluku Plantation, 'and this was
largely the case with all the other
plantations, was tho loss of time.
Kahului was again flooded, and
for some days the trains have not
been running. By Monday or Tues
day at the latest, the road will pro
bable be iu running order again.
The government road between
ailuku and Lahaina, especially be
tween wailuku and Maalaca Bay,
was badly damaged by washouts.
ist week, tho News suggested
that this portion of the road should
have been repaired on last Thursday.
As a matter of fact a.vy repairs
made at that time would have been
money and labor lost. Sheriff Bald
win and Road Supervisor Quill at
tempted to make some repairs,
working in the rain to do so but the
work of one day would be w ashed out
by the rain of the next, so that they
were compelled to abandon all at
tempts at repairs till the storm
Thursday morning, turned off cold :
ad chilly, and on yesterday the
ind changed to the north, and thus
ended one of the most severe konas
which has visited the Islands.
A marked feature of the present
storm on Maui was the unusual elec
trical disturbances which accom
panied it. About twenty telephones
were burned out by lightning, and
half of the call board at the central
station at Paia was also burned out.
A lightning arrester is in use at wai
luku, which preserved tho wailuku
central oflice from damage.
Col. W. H. Cornwell r-nd Mr. Frank
ida came up from Honolulu this
Honry Longton, the mining Dim
who is storm bound on Hawaii, is
expected soon on Maui.
Dr. Weddick's rcsiueuco is about
finished and furnished, and a house
warming may be expected shortly.
Mr. F. C. Allen, head accountant
at Spreckelsville Plantation, has left
for the Coast, and his place has been
filled by Mr. G. L. Keeney, a very
bright and competent accountant.
Mr. James Tuthill, who was at Ka
hului , some time last year, has re
cently been married to young lady
of southern California, rind 'will pro
bably l evisit the Islands shortly.
A. A. Benson ot the L. H. Kerr
Co., Jus. L. Coke, .the , attorney
and Chas. E. King, who was visiting
friends at Waikapu, left on Tuesday's
Claudine for Honolulu.
Mr. Weill, of Grinbaum & Co.
Honolulu, has been attending to the
needs of tho Maui merchants this
week, and will probably remain and
sell them up for a week longer.
Messrs. Lake and Bergstrom, t f
the Bergstrom Music Co., will re
maiu on Maui a week longer, as the
rain has prevented their filling the
orders for which they were booked.
Mr. iWeller, of the Gregg Cc,, has
a week's work yet ahead of him on
Maui, after which he will probably
go to Honolulu uud take the place of
Mr. Stafford who goes to the Coast
for a shoht while.
HARRY ARM IT AGE.
Stock and Bond Broker.
Memlwr of Honolulu Stork KJt-bnnne, Oftl
(Janipboll, Block, MerchaiA Stroll;
ACCOUNT OF BUBONIC
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, January 23, 1!KH.
All persons having claims against
tho Board of Health for services
material, or supplies furnished on
account of the Bulxmie Plague epi
demic of the past year, now remain
ing unpaid, are hereby requested to
proseut at this office a properly
itemized bill in duplicate, ou Board
of Health Bill forms, covering such
All bills are to be properly certifi
ed to by the officer who incurred
the expense, tvnd no attention will
be given to uncertified claim.
Bills from parties outside of Hono
lulu must be signed or endorsed to
some person orlirm in Honolulu. All
endorsed bills to carry a 2 cent U. S.
The Board of Health will assume
no responsibility for payment of
claims not presented in accordance
with the 'above directions prior to
the 15th day of February Ifltll.
By order of' the Board of Health.
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 3ti, Section 4511, 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
the Government road near the
David Steward. Esq., has this day
been appointed, Poundmaster, for
the above Government Pound.
J. A, McCand'ess,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, Febry. 5, l!)0l.
The uurtprslt;np(l, htirtatf been duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estte of David Umixil
1 ite of Pivin, Muul, decoasnl. hereby Rives uo-
tleo to all vrcdltorxof the doeeiiseJ, to proseut
their cluluis, duly uuthentleatud, with proper
vouchers, cveu if the sttin j in decurrd by tuort
guKi! upon real extutu, to him ut Piiiu, Maui,
ithin six mouths from the date hereof, or tin y
ill be forever barred.
I). C. LINDSAY.
Administrator of the estate of David KoukIi
Paia, Maui, February Bth lwil.
Notice i.4 hereby fe'ivuu that the underxiKnad
issl ice of tin' Kstinc ot J. J. t'oonihs. u bunk
rupt, will on Monday the asth day of February
1). lift apply to the Judtfe of the Circuit
Court, 'ud Circuit T. H. fur a setth-meut of his
aeeouuts and for his discharge from further
liability as such assignee.
J AS. L. COKB. 1
Assignee Kstate of J. J. Coombs a Ilaukiupt.
Paled January Slst hill.
The Lion Fire Insurance Company
of London has appointed A. N. KE-
POIKAI, of Wailuku its local agent
for Maui, and solicits business for
P. L. WEAVER,
Wailuku. Feb. 2, 1!K)1. ' Honolulu.
Notice is Hereby given that the
City Market, heretofore owned by
Messrs. A. Euos and Company, was
on February 15th ltlul, transferred
to the Kahikim-i Ranch Company.
The reputation of tho Kahikinui
Ranch . Co. for choice beef cattle is
well established and it will be the
endeavor of the owners of said com
pany to conduct a first class Meal
Market in every particular.
The patronage of the public is
Kahikinui Ranch Company
Ily its A ttorney
On J)ecMnber Ist I "will opvn an
office for ''eneral business at the
Makui Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down .stairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrusittV to mo bymy'Ma'vu neigh
bors vW 19 prhmptly'iitK'naed.'lo.
C. II. DICKEY.
REGULATION FOR THE INTER
MENT OF THE DEAD.
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health Friday. 'January 4th, l!)01,
the following regulations for the in
terment of tho dead in the Territory
of Hawaii was adopted and ordered
to be published, vi;::
"All deaths occurring in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii must be reported to
the Registrar of Deaths, with name,
i ,c, M A. mi in uiilili . n-UR-iii-i; tiliiM'
ot death, attending physician and
place of burial. No interment will
be allowed within the district of
Kona, Island of Oalm, without the
written permission of on agent of
the Board of Health, who will issue
permits ou application at his office.
No interment will be allowed in tlie
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
(if an agent of the Board of Ileaith.
"Any person' violating the above
regulations snail oe liable to a line
not exceeding fifty dollars, as pro
vided by law. Section 12 of the
Sanitary Code of the Hoard of Health,
adopted December Tth, IK'll, as set
forth in the laws relating to public
matters and rules and regulations of
the Board of Health of the Republic
of Hawaii, 181)7, is hereby rep.'iUed.''
J. H. RAYMOND. '
President Board of Health.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your Arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of liverv service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by mail
for anything in the line of harness,
riding or driving stock, carriage
materials, etc., will receive careful
attention and prompt dispatch:
We have also a number of the
finest plantation mules, ready fo
immediate delivery, which we will
sell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us
P. O. Box 3110. . Tel. 301, Main.
Ily virtue of a writ of exee'iMon ij.'-ued out ol
tl'O t'ii-cult Ciiui't of the Kli-.'t Circuit of liuniv
l'.iln, IMaud of Oaliu. Territory of Jlrvait, in
U.e tiii day of .lanunry Hull, u.'alnst Minnmlc!
Sutf.ir Co., Ltd. a Corporation, lvfcr.huit. iu
fiiver of the Kisuou Iron & l.i;eieuiuivi
Works, i Corporation, t'laiiilitf, for the
Sim of Sixteen Thousand sewn li,n:Jr.-il
tweiity-nii.o and ;M-'.0 i doilnr :. I have leied
uiKiu una hall cxi ose for sale ut tt.e S'ore of
111 i Mauualel Sujiur Co. on tin- lsldiul or I. anal,
at l-J o'clock noon f,' WYdue.sih:;.- tl.e 1 tth ii:i ol
February A. I. lull, to the hiuhest bldii-r. till
the rinlit, title nnrt iut'-rc:-t of tneaid Miiiiim
lei Sulfur Co. Uefelldui.t, ill Und 1" tl 0 Ldiow
lujT described property. i;c.lcra. m. d Jinlnii. in
Interest, cost:,, una my exp.'.is b. p----'o.i
One Cross Coinponud C .milei.sluj; Cc.riiss
Puinpini! EuKlne. .
Kuifiuu 1! x i Humps x .V!
Complete with cotiiien -.er.
clrculattux pipe. Cnpacltj
air pMiny hum all
or jjtinii :-li mi!-
liou tfullous, -am 'e.)t liluh.
Ohm cross Compound t'oiideiw'ni; Corliss
Kugiiio I'l x '21 l'unip i P.' V x 'A
Compli'ti) with coudi nseri-, ali pump und nil
circulutiiiK pipe. Capacity of pump Mil
lions, 50 feet I' !;;).
I'uinps n-e complete with all suction, un
charge pipes and tutiutfs.
Two -ill U. p. lli'lue water tube 1, oiler-, v. it'.i
All steam and exliau.d pipe rornivtlluf li!.'ir
A. N H.WSKI.OK.V,
IVpuly S'lerilT, Muni,
.lanuarv Hth A. D. Hull.
J Xotlee i hereby tfivnu that 'he above sale
us advert Ised to t'uke place ou I'Vliruary l-'Hl
l:m, is postpoui-ri f m one wejk from tlie said
1.1th day of JfViiruary Mil, at the plaoiielc. as
above : et forth, for the purpose 01 imviui; inieju
ed puichu.-.ri-K a chauc to be present.
A. N. HAYSKI.UKX
JJcputy Sli rinT, Haul
Dated Feb. i:'.th mil.
Contractor & Biijer
U-'or u 'ily Het: 1 Ci.rp -ut.i-
ll:ish)."iitc at YVViiu!-! 15r.ild.nt?
Otuitracts takci in all parts
of the Island. 'largo force
'o'f skillod assit:iM
.... Send 75c $1.00 1.25
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 Icecream Farlor.
Honolulu H. I.
NOTJCE TO SHIPPERS.
On- September l.t, the following
regulations in 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 accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
he law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot 30 miuutes
before depaiture of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
''Claudine'' to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must bo delivered
at Kahului before y a. m. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd 1!KI0."
NOTICE -IS. HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to thf' decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on the fith, day of Janu
ary 1001 iu that certain suit entitled
HolTschiaeger Company, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant, I
will expose for sale and sell at public
auct ion at the store heretofore oc
cupied by F. Akin in Lahaina, Maui, ,
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"II UillUlllllJ UII. ,-LUlll Ullji Vll L fUl U-
ary Will all the stock of goods,
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma
chines in the store in said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash J. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January 9th l'JOl.
California Harness Shop. Spoci:
attention given to Island Plantation
'orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Hits, etc., etc. Largest assortmer.
of whips in Honolulu. All goods wat
ranted as represented, at Califortrii
D. O. HAMMAN
Lincoln Block No. 147
P. O. Box No 791.
an Imi it for wtt.ir,
they ar? ramie to our oi d!i
irtv.lii specially fur -Hawaii cliin"
Kx Falls of Clyde we have:
Kilt Baby slu
Ho, -'s st r arfi lucosuti
i. or kid li
La.li .sVnuce, cloth
ie.i' cloth top In . e s'ioos. .
aities black cloth tup Oxford t
I. i lie,' h .' ivy silo Md laue koocI
p-.u-feci iialliiu? "V -
Meu'n split creCamore' teVU
jl -n'.-i and boys' oit grali creea
M-n's Ha' 1 1 calf driss shoes.
32.00 Meu's coll lacoKhots.
tp 2 . 50 Wen's sup rlor 01 -grain oreed'
mores. , , ,
J.OO lion's box calf drs-i sho.s. ' ,
3 .OO Meu Trausvaal c;i If shos.
FijKKX (SOBOiS -Slipper-, Overs, Fotholdl
- 1 by .'.ie so kI i wj sell. We tiunran
:--ftlott with mory pair lnusbl " ut
ii.ny and buy at
"Economic'' Shoe Co
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TttUphODe Mio 101.
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tho 'weather permits.