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Yesterday was the birthday of
Iveoki Wasinckona the Makuakauo of
his Aina. ,
Lesson given in Embroidery and
Battensburg Lace. Mrs. James H.
Painter. Kiihului, Maui.
A sheet and pillow case party was
given at the Wailiee .school house
on Tuesday evening last, followed
The. road is epen for carriage
travel from Wailuku to Maalaea
,Bay, and the stage will soon be run
ning to Lahaiua, next week.
Did you read that little article
in last woftk's News about subscrip
tions for the new News year? Whack
up, gentlemen, whack up,
The past few nights of this week
have been quite chilly, notwithstand
lg the fact that the weather is
.lear and the sun shines warm dur
ing the day.
A luna was assaulted bjr Jap3 at
Pioneer' Plantation and severely
beaten. The Jap was arrested and
committed for trial before the next
term of the Circjit Court.
An interesting series of services
have been held at the native church
iit Wailuku this week, conducted
by Rev. J. Leadingham. Mr. Theo.
Richards is expected by the Mauna
A delightful Valentine Party was
given by Mr. and Mrs. Ogg, at Wai
hee, on Valentino's Day. Progres
sive whist, music, dancing and a
dainty supper were the features of
Another large consignment of ne
groes undei charge of Col. Bean
have left Tennessee for the "Wailuku
Plantation. They are claimed to be
a very worthy, reliable class of labor,
quite different from some of the for
mer lot brought here from Tennes
see. High street, between Main and
fVineyard, and Vineyard street, be
'tween High and Market, should be
gravelled and sidewalks laid with
the.rst money available for that
pur.;X : AmWf -Vineyard street
'frbin High street to the cemetery
wore gi'avelled, no one would object.
Miv George Chalmers, .mauager
of 'the iVaiinanalo Plantation, Oahu,
accompanied by his niece, MLss Bella
'Chalmers, of Scotland, came over
to Maui on Wednesday and return
o fFlonolulu today. While on Maui,
they were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ogy of Waihee.
i The Wailuku Sugar Co. and its
attorneys are carefully scrutinizing
'the work being done by the H. C. &
S. Co. on its tunuelat the lap Dridge,
and the better company is using
jevory endeavor to proceed with the
work so as to avoid any trouble. It
is to be hoped that the two com
panies will not be compelled to mea-
S sure swords over the proposition.
The colored peopm at amp jj'ive,
SpreckelsviUe, have organised a
Christian Endeavor' Club with the
p following officers: Mrs. E.P.Wright,
iPriesident; Mrs. M, E. Henderson,
(V.on Secretary; Mrs. A. B. Jackson,
Assistant Secretary; Prof. W.
y ft Crockett, Treasurer; Rev.
k M ndi.'1-soMrChaplain. Preae
Vj'Jud Sabbath School at 1.
rvices at 7:150.
lianaii & Son
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tA soiit, efisy-fit-
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fn duk'ab!e shoe,
ji ,uiUcl foi'iiH Kinds
T I of w ear. .
Opening of the Legislature.
The legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii! convened on Wednesday.
The following are the ofllcers of
the lower house:
J. K. Akiua of Oahu, speaker; F.
W. Bcckley of Molokai, vice speaker;
Solomon Meheula, secretary; J. K.
Nakdokbo, sergeant-at-arms; Rev.
Mr. Maiiase, chaplain; John Wise,
Crushed to Death.
Kakalia, a brakeman on the Wai
luku Sugar Co. train, was crushed
to death on Tuesday afternoon, by
the overturning of the locomotive,
near the bend of the government
read between town and the Wailuku
A coroner's jury, composed of
L. M. Baldwin, Coroner, J. N. K.
Keola. Foreman, W. II. King, Jos.
F. Welch, M. J. Faustino, W. E. Bal
and John T. Aluli were empanelled,
and viewed the remains at the place
of the accident, on Tuesday evening.
Upon evidence produced before
the jury at the hearing on Thursday,
the jury returned a verdict that
Kakalia was crushed to death under
the locomotive which accidentally
ran off the track, and that the ac
cident was caused by the weakness
of the wooden bridges and also by
the bad condition of the track at
the point where the accident hap
pened. Kakalia was a very promising
young Hawaiian, who stood high
in the esteem of countrymen. He
was related by marriage to Senator
S. E. Kaiue of Wailuku.
Dentil of John McClendon.
Mr. John McCIendou, an account
of whose accident at Kahului was re
cently mentioned in this paper, died
at Malulani Hospital, on Feb. 17.
From the time of the accident, he
never fully recovered consciousness
save for a few moments at a time,
and without any suffering lie passed
Mr. McClendon came to Maui
about a year ago, to work on the
Maunaolu Seminary building. Upon
the completion of the seminary, he
was offered and accepted the posi
tion of head carpenter of the Kahu
lui Railroad, which position he filled
with satisfaction to his employers,
to the time of his death. While with
the company, he built the large
warehouse depot at Paia.
Mr. McClendon stood very high in
the esteem of his employers, and his
loss will be keenly elt by them as
well as by the many friends whom he
had made on Maui. He leaves a
wife and a little daughter, about
four years old, in Alameda, Cal.
Funeral services were held at the
Anglican Church on Monday after
noon, Rev. W. Ault officiating, and
he was laid to rest in Wailuku ccme
tery, surrounded oy a large eon-
course of his friends.
Luau to Frank Vlda.
On last , evening a, farewell luau
was tendered to Fraud Vida, by Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Corn well, Jr., at
A large number of invited guests
were present from Wailuku, Waihee,
Kahului and Waikapu, and spent a
most enjovable evening.
, The lanais and dining room were
most tastefully decorated, and the
luau was simply perfect in it$ ap
pointments, and thoroughly Hawai
ian. The host and hostess aro charm
ing entertainers, and. their happy ef
forts last evening will iro far to ad
vaueo the social feelinr that is
gradually buiiding up and bearing
truit in Central Maui.
The Wuihee string band was pre
sent, and the native music lent an
siddtd charm to tho feast, at which
uasls flew thick and fast. The
handsomest man in tho room was
e '.lled on. to respond to the toast to
"Tho Ladies," and the Nkws feels
bound to, state as an impartial
critic, that he responed with a very
stupid speech, considering tho in
spiring theme presented. The honor
ed guist of the evening was toasted,
auu responded gracefully.
After tlw luau was finished, the
rooms were cleared, and the guests
enjoyed themselves dancing to a late
Fined Thirty Dollars.
It cost Captain Olson, of tho Hono
ipu $:J0 'to Hnd out that it is a bad
idea to resist an officer in the dis
charge of his dutf. Yesterday his
ease wps called in tho District Court,
at n'ni- A, M-, ..and, was- concluded
at teu .o'clock last night. He 'was
ably dcfei ded by Attorney George
Hons, but was unable however to
convince tho Court that he was
Innocent. Tho sailor Olscn who was
arrested and tried as a co-defendant
was fined $10.
The Sheriff's sale of the Mauna Lei
property has been postponed to
Wednesday, Feb. 27.
The Pioneer Mill is running on full
day time. Lalor conditions are be
coming much mere satisfactory, and
tho Porto Ricans ar e proving good
Hackfeld & Co. have applied for a
wholesale liquor license for the La
haina Store, which will doubtless be
Paul Isenberg Sr. visited Lahai
na this week, returning to Honolulu
on the Mauna Loa.
Matt. McCann has put up a fine
saloon and a large stone warehouse,
adjoining his lodging house property.
A cigar stand, barbershop and card
room having built as adjuncts of the
saloon, wliichi has been fitted up with
elegant bar fixtures.
A. lavatory and bath room have
also been attached, the water for
which will be pumped into a 10(f0 gal
lon tank from a well on the premises
by a gasoline pump. This pump will
also supply water to the road board
for sprinkling the Streets, and private
consumers will also be supplied if
A sewer has been built from the
saloon premises, leading directly in
to the sea.
The saloon is about finished and
will be occupied early in March.
The arrivals at Hana by this
week's Claudine were Secretary Gar-
teubcrg, of Grinbaum & Co., W. A,
Robinson. U. S. postal agent and
Joseph Einmsley is the happy
father of a bouncing Ley, bjru on
The schooner Stanley arrived from
Kahului on Thursday, and began
loading Flana Plantation sugar yes-
Mr. B. K. Kaiwiaea has quite re
covered, from his recent illness and
has resumed teaching. . He is also
quite a successful cane raiser, hav
ing cut and milled at the Hana mill
U27 tons of cnuo from about 15 acres
of cane. A number of Hawaiians at
Hana are figuring on taking'portions
of the Hana Plantation cane lands to
cultivate on shares.
On last Friday, the large bridge
at Section 24, near Nahiku, which
was built by Otsuka, a Japanese,
broke down, effectually stopping
travel over that portion of the road,
and necessitating a detour of three
miles. The bridge had been accept
ed and paid for. Tho breakdown
was caused by the water getting iu
behind one of the end piers and wash
ing it out. The Hana road board
have let the contract to rebuild this
bridge to Fukuda, a Japanese.
The. weather is now delightful in
Hana, the mills aiv all running to
their full capacity, and everybody is
busy, happy and prosperous.
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at the
Makai-Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maui neigh
bors will be promptly attended to.
C. H. DICKEY.
O'vning to the advance in price of
cattle, tlie imdersigned will advance
the retail price of beef at their re
spective Butcher Shops to 15 cents
This price is to go into' effect on
March lt 1901.
Wailuku. February 20th 1901.
byCrvv TT -s.
by Yee Tai.
Stock and Bom Huokeh.
Mi mber of Honolulu Sloeli KxeuadKe, Offlw
Campbell llibck, Men-hunt Strum.
TUi)!nLe Main lul.
P. O. Bo 63
Makawao Teachers Meeting.
Tho Makawao Teachers held their
regular monthly meeting at Maka
wao School house Monday Feb. 18th,
eighteen teachers being present.
Miss Crook's talk, relative to the
teaching of Geography, aroused
quite an animated discussion which
finally had to be shut off by the
president, in ordor that the program
might be carried out.
In order to give tho teachers an
opportunity to finish their discussion,
Mr. C. E. Copeland of the Kealahou
School will take up the same subject
at the next meeting.
Mr. J. Vincent of the Iluelo School
presented a Second Reader lesson
The Little Monkey" according to
the method used in the Honolulu
Iu the discussion which followed
the strength aud weakness of the
"Five Step method," were vigorously
Mr. C. W. Baldwin, Travelling
Normal Instructor of the Hawaii
circuit, was present and in a brief
address spoke of the good ho had
derived from the meetings of the
Makawao Teacliers' Local Circle.
His normal training, he said, had
been acquired at these meetings.
Wherever he went on Hawaii he
found the teachers greatly interested
iu the doiugs of the Makawao teach
ers tho Makawao organization in
fact is serving as a model for similar
In order to keep up the high stand
ing of tho circle, it will bo necessary
for each and every member to take
part when appointed, willingly and
to the best of her ability.
The program for the next meeting
will consist of the following subjects;
How to teach geography
Mr. C. E. Copelaud.
Value of, and how to conduct cor
respondence between the pupils of
dLT.ercat schools '.
Miss Mary E. Fleming.
Current Events. The death of Queen
Mr. F. W. Hardy.
Miss Ethel Smith will conducf the
study of Whittier's "Snow Bound."
David Dorward of Ivihei left for
Honolulu on tie Mauna Loa.
Mr. S. Keliinol treated his many
friends to a very enjoyable luau on
Papa Ita lvft for Hawaii on Tues
day's' Kiuau, after having giving one
of his fake performances at Lahaina.
Mr. Ben Bruns, representing the
Honolulu Republican, reached Maui
on tho Kinau from Hawaii this morn
ing, and will remain with us several
Mrs. James Painter of Kahului
has opened a class in embroidery aud
battenburg laco making, which is an
opportunity of which the ladies will
doubtless largely a. ail themselves.
Col. W. FI. Cornwell, who went to
Honolulu last week, willprobably ex
tend his visit to Australia on board
the Ventura, as the guest of John D.
Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson and
Mr. George Shrader, Jr. were in the
Kula this we'ek, having gone up on
horseback on Tuesday morning to
look after raucho matters for which
Mr. Robinson is agent.
Senator H. P. Baldwin was de
tained on Maui two days this week,!
waiting for the Mauna Loa. which
was two days late. The Senator
spent two dreary nights at Maalaea
Bay, waiting for tho boat.
Mr. W. A. Robinson, Acting In
spector in charge cf tho U. S. postal
service of the Islands, came over on
the Claudine and proceeded directly
to Hana. Ho states that the postal
service on the Islands i. in a very
satisfactory condition, ail things be
ing considered. , '
Attorneys Harwell, Robortson
and Bal'iou came over on Wednes
day's Claudine, to look' into matters
i.i LO'..icction wnu the water troubles
pending , between the plantation;; in
Iao Valley. Judge Hartwell return
ed to Honolulu on tho Mauna Loa
and.A.ttorjieys Ballou and Robertson
remain over til) today, when they re
turn on the Claudine.
. .DIED.-yAt.VajhKu, Maui, Febru
ary 17, lOoT, ' John McCIendou, of
Alameda, California, aged fto yCars
Healdsburg, (Cal.) papers please
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 31!, Section 450, of the
Civil Laws of 1S!7, 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, 1901.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival in
Honolulu you ban procure the very
best of livery service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by maii
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 u
P. O. Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
lly virtun of a writ of exocutiou iss;icil out of
tlio (Mri-ult Court of the Kirt Circuit of Hono
lulu, Isliind of Onliu, Territory of Hawaii, on
tho 4tli ihsy of January HUM, av'ulust Miiumilri
Sutjur Co., L'.il. a Coiporutton, Defendant, in
favor of tho Eisilou Iron Locomotive
Works, a Cerporatli n, Plaint iff, for the
Sum of Sixtueu Thousand seven humlreil
twenty-nine uml .T-MC'I i"o!larn. 1 have levied
upon nml shall expos.; for sale at the Store of
Ihe Manuale.1 Rupar Co. ou the Is I uml of Lanai.
at t'J oYlork noon of Weclne.-ulny the Kttli day of
February A. I. lull, to tho highest bidder, nil
the right, title and interest of the; aid Munmi
lul KuKar Co. Defendant, In and to the follow
ing described property, unless said judgment,
lutoreKt, costs, and my oxp-'uses be previou ly
One Cro.ts Compound Coudensiug (irllsn
Eughw ISxiH Pumps (I'jxHtt
Complete with condenser?, air pump and all
circulating pipe. Capacity of pump S'4 mil
lion gallons, ;Mi feat high.
Ono cross Compound Condensing Corliss
Kugiu" IS x-iJ Pumps 14 x 311
Complete with condensers, air pump and nil
circulating pipe. Capacity of pump 5'i mil
lions, Ml feet high. ,
Pumps aro eonipioto with till suction, dis
charge pipits aud fittings.
Two ill h. p. Heine water tube boilers, wltn
Allstenni and exhaust pipe connecting boilers
A. X. HAYSKLDKX,
Deputy Sherld, Maul.
January Uth A. D. IIK'l.
J Notice Is hereby given that the aiiove s:tlit
as advertised to take place on February lUth
linn, is poxtiMtued for one week front the kh id
l.'lth day of February 1001, at tho place etc. as
abovp tot forth, for the purpose of giviug lute, id
ed purchasers a cuanco to be pre.teut.
A. N. HAVSULDKN
Deputy Sheriff, Muni.
Dutod Feb. 1:1th 1101.
Notice Is hereby given that the ubove sale,
adverti. id to take place ou the 31th of Febru
ary. lWil, Is postponed for one week, and w ill l e
held ou the iTlh day of February, u II, nt the
place, ( t,, a;t above sot fo"th, for the purpose
of giving intended i urhusers a chntice to be
A. N. HAYSKLDKN,
Deputy Sheriff, Maul.
Hated Fi'b. l, 1U.I1.
Tin uri'l'TsIj-ii'vl, hnvhitf 1oti 4uly Hpjxjlutt'd
Admtnlstnitui of tin; Ksiutu of David llouli
Into of I'tiiu, Muui, dcct'UMHl. hi'ruby gives uo.
tUi' tit I'M I'iV'.lit'ir.-i.'of t 'it (tiuv-itM, to pri'smit
ihotrt'luhu-t, iluly nuUii'iHieaU-1, with proper
voufhers, ov'tu if till) nam i i-i Kiini't-ii by mort
Km:! up j ii i'4ul mlutr, lo him ul l'alu, Muui
wiiblu six mouths from ihv. tint. hor-W, or Miey
will be fnrttVfi' Iunv;l.
i , U C. LINDSAY,
A'linlr.tstnilor of iliy rstulo of David Hougli,
IV, lu, Muvii, Ft'bi-uury fib I'M!.
Notii'o Is 1'''ri:b;,' K'ivo i Hint the u:i'le rsirm'd
Assiini:e of tho Kstii'.e of J. .1. Coouibt;, :i b.uiU
nipt, will nn Momlr.y tlio ih lny nf rVbnmry
A. U YMl apply t''1 JuUtfe of tho Circuit
Court. Circuit T. H. lor a set tU im-iit of his
account i uhtl for hi isisihurfu trum fui thur
liability us vjcIi e. i
JAS. L. C.KvK. 1
Assinet K-tii'e f J. J. Coombs a UiiUltrupt.
Uiited Juuuury iUi lWM.
The Li:u Fire Insurance Company
of London has appointed A. N. KF.
POIKAI, of Wuiluku its local agent
for Maui, and solicits business for
1'. L. WEAVER.
Wailuku, Feb. 2, 1901. Honolulu.
.... Send 7.'c 11.00 $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 Parlor.
Honolulu II. I.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. .
On September 1st, the following
royulatinna in regard to freight
handled by the Kalinlui Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
J. Isofieiyht will be received at
any of the depots unless aeeoinnanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
he law directs. Blanlrs may be ob
tained of any Of ,the Station Agents.
2. No freitrht will be received un
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
i. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"ClaiiGine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered a t Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
Kast Maui pol-ts must be delivered
at Kahului before 9 a. m. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER, '
Kahului, Maui. August 2:d 1!0().
NOT 1 CE
NOTICE IS HERF.BY GIVEJSt
that pursuant. ' to the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on the 8th, day of Janu
ary 1!)I1 in that eerta'ti suit entitled
Hoffschlaeger Company, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant, I
will expose for sale and sell at public,
auction at the store heretofore oc
cupied by F. Aliin in Lahaina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary iriOl all the stock of goods,
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma
chines in the store in sr. id F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January 9th 1901.
ELT3Tt; m-.Vt -r -
California Harness Shop. Specif,
attention given to island Plautatio: "
orders' Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Hits, etc.,- etc.. . ..Largest assortinen
of whips in Honolulu. All goods war
ranted us represented, at Califoruit
D. O. HAMMAN
Lincoln Block No. 1-17 King Street
P. O. Box No 791. Honolulu.
are built fur w.ttvr,
they ure ma-le tn our order,
uro uijil 1 spjchtlly fur Hawr II cllmnte.
Kx Fulls of Clyue we have:
7So Fat llaby shoex.
SI.OO Child's Hhnes.
73j Hoy's strong larn -taMa calf slioon
SI.JVI I-a-lies' laoe, olo'n top or kid U
2.00 Ladles' cloth top l.n e -thop$.
SS.SO l.aill-n' black eloi'i t,ei Oxfords
I. iJUV lei.ivy soi. l:Ll lacj shod 1,
p.irfect walking ljje.
1.25 Men's split I'r.ednioro'! tell
531 7 Men's i-.tid bo.vs' oil graio creed
S&l. 1 H Mi'u'k sa'n ei.H Oress shoes.
tl.OO Itit U'MColt bt'.e .-,)!, M .4.
iSl.1!0 Men's supenoi oil trala creed
.0,0 Men's liox eaL' tires ; shoes,
J.OO Men's Tran-t iir.l i-alf shoes.
RUKBIiR GOODS SHi;t.;ir, Overt, Fonluotdl
V.' ;: tu I by t;ie g i id .v '11. W g'iarau
tee s.'.isti.etl iu with "Very jtiir bought of ni
Study e.'ouoaty and buy ui
''Economic" Shoo Co
WAJAMiP.NUi; ST.. HILOi
W'.v l - . i!e A K;t!ll d-l -rs in lioo'.sASIioi
.i h-.ii" v .'ar