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Another kona storm on Maui this
week, but it was 6. little one, and
did no harm.
Lesson given in Embroidery and
Battensburg Lace. Mrs. .lames II.
Painter. Kaliului, Maui.
Mr. Itenry Longton has closed up
his sales of mining stock on Maui,
and leaves for Honolulu today.
' The road between Waihiku and
Xjahaina is now in fairly passable
condition for carriage travel.
Arthur AVall, postmaster at Laha
iua, received his commission from
Washington last Saturday.
Counterfeit quarter dollars of 1H00
aro m circulation. JS either give nor to tropical climates, including Cey
ask quarter without first weighing i,m vai,0 ami jewci peaches, Lc
it. Omtc, Garber and Keifu pears and
Be' sure to attend the .services at Excelsior, Kelsey and Burbank
t nntivo -V.mv.li t.lils .-innir-c mid plums. These trees are all set out
tomorrow evening. The exercises
'will be very interesting.
eident reached the News r.fliee last
Monday, from Sprcckelsville, but
investigation proved it a false alarm.
' W. A. Robinson, of the U. S. Mail
service, visited tho post oth'ee at
Lahaina last Wednesday, remaining
over till today, when ho leaves for
A large lot of script and fancy
job type has just been received from
tho coast, and the News job office
is Drepared to turn out first class
work. Send us your orders.
Subscriptions for the new year are
beginning to pour m, and we are
simply rolling iu wealth. Now is a
good timo to bring around your sub-
scription papers for deservi.ig chart-
ties. Hook agents speciauy invited
The Bulletin publishes the delin-
quent tax list for Maui this year, in
a. simnlement to its weekly edition,
By this time next year, it is sincerely to a nign degree oi emciency, una
,i i i i:,... i ii .,.;n K..ltlic standard has not been lowered
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.j m ill-lit. lx u IAJL SJV. v w ..... v
la weeklv naner nubiished on Maui.
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Lieutenant AtcJ-eod oi trie oaiva-
tion Army leaves today for YVaimea,
Kauai, and his place will bo taken in
the - ffork on Maui by Lieutenant
Hellcrsath of Koloa, Kauai, who
"Will arrive on v euiitiauaj v,..iuuiu.
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On Wednesday, the Jiauna Lei
property was sold ai- Si'ei in s saie,
Mr. J. M. Dowsett being tne pur-
chaser for the sum of tfcu thousand
dollars, lhe property was sold in
one lot. ino juugmer.1. on men
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execution and sale was hud amount
ed to fifteen tiuvu-and dollars.
The Iao Stables stiue lire between
Lahaina be "in U run
'regularly today. This company ha.-
jnst completed a large stable in
Lahaina, containing VI stalls, and
will do a livery business there in
connection with the iao Staines in
An iuiunction lias been sued out
by tho Wailuku Plantation Co., to
stop tho construction of the il. V. &
S Co tunnel commenced at the lao
bridge, and a bond of $2000 filed,
Unless ft counter bond is allowed,
work will be suspended during the
. determination of the respective
rights of tho parties.
JA soft, easy-fit-!tin
sultiid for u!l kind
mm shoe mwi
SOI F 'AGENTS.
Under the energetic management
of Principal Hugh Coke of the Yai-
bee School, a transformation is being
brought about in the grounds be
longing to the school premises. The
unsightly rocks and rock piles have
all been removed from tho school
grounds, some blasting having been
equircd to do so, and tho lantana
thickets have all been cleared off.
New fences have been built and old
ones repaired and whitewashed, and
plans are well under way to make
the grounds very beautiful. Mr.
Coke, who is an enthusiastic horti
culturalist, has at his own expense
procured some very fine varieties of
deciduous fruits peculiarly adopted
in the school grounds, and are grow
ig nicely. It is Mr. Coke's intctv
tion to teach the boys how to graft
and bud fruit trees, and ho hopes
thus to encourage fruit culture
imong tho parents of his school
children. This is a most excellent
idea, and other teachers might well
follow his example in this respect.
There are four teachers in the
school, Mrs. Coke, Mrs. Ogg and
Miss Morris being the assistants.
The ladies have charge of the indus
trial education of tho girls, lau hala
work and sewing having had a regu
lar place in the curriculum ever
since Mr. Coko took charge.
The boys have two sets of carpen
ters' tools and a work bench, and
are learning to use the hammer, saw
alu jacif plane. This is the correct
;jea 0f teaching Hawaiian, or in fact
anv children, and Waihee is to be
congratulated on its corps of teach-
ers. and on tho work being done
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cnooi inspector ivemuot iuiu
charge of this school lor several
years past, and had worked it up
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under the new management,
seuneniiy tne waineo
of tho Island.
NEGROES AND LUNAS.
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Montgomery, Alabama, a man
color who visited the Islands some
time ago to look into the labor
question, contains this paragraph:
j was sum.ised 011 reading an edi
un'W; in your paper, dated January
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l.'i. 1001. stating that it would be
well to import Southern white men
to act as lunas over my people. If
tins is tho intention of the sugar
plante rs, then 1 am ready to tnrow
my whole influence against trie
movement, and will do everythin
to keep any more colored people
from going. The colored people
have had enough experience in the
South of poor white bosses, without
.going thousands of miles to ue put
under the very same condition.
Mr. Leftwich s mistaken about
the origin of the proposal, which
was an interview witn judge u. u
Robertson ot Maui, himseir a &outu
erner and one intelligently concern
ed for the future or the negro race.
The facts upon which Judge Robert-
son based Ins conclusions were, as
we remember them, as follows:
A certain number of negroes were
brought to Maui and put in charge
of a man who knew nothing of their
peculiarities. They were very poor
and needed beds, blunkets and food
at once. The superintendent sent
them to tho plantation store, telling
them to buy what they needed. The
Urst man asked for a razor and the
second for a rocking chair; . no one
asked for a blanket, but cigars,
looking-glasses, hair oil and red
neektiei were in demand. As soon
as the superintendent saw how
things were going he stopped the
ale and tried the men with a little
money; but it an went ior razors or
If the superintendent had been a
Southern muu, said Judge Robertson,
ho would have lined the negroes up.
di-alt out what he knew they would
require and taken no back talk. In
that wav things would have gone
along smoothly: as it was. the dis
satisfaction of the negroes was as
evident as that of their employers.
It is proper to say, that in publish
ing the opinions of Judge Robertson,
who is not a planter, the Advertiser
did not as mine to represent the plan-
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take such juct.ibn as will est conduce
to. the. orderly and efficient manage
of their eslates. Advertiser.
Let' Alt Go.
Even if you dont understand Hawa-
an, the music anu slides at the
Kauhumanu Church this evening
will please" you, and perhaps do
more than that for you. The praise
service will bo centred around some
new slides just brought from Hono
lulu, and several local singers will
assist. Tho quartette will sing and
there will be some solo work. Every
body is invited. A special effort will
be made to have the evening free
from other inducements.
After all, Sunday night promises
to be, even more interesting. A
meeting of all nations is planned.
with sinking and short speeches in
Hawaiian, Japanese, English and
hinc.se. Part of the interest will be
the atteudaace of the various
Indies including the Salvation Army,
and in the appropriate decorations
in tin- church. Everybody is invited,
though there is no positive assurance
that anyone coming late can find a
Wireless telegraphy between Ho
nolulu and Lahaina is a demonstrat-
ed succe ss. On Wednesday, the
Bulletin, with its usual enterprise,
wired to Capt. Keola, its Wailuku I
correspondent, for news, and Thurs-1
day's Bulletin probably won out a J
scoop oy presenting to us readers
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wie uist wireiesa news iiiBSBaue vv
twoun the Islands.
n i a a i l
uiiimumcutiou nas noi yet ueen
bausiuoiorny estaousneu oetween
luaui uuu lUiuiuKoini, uui win oe m
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few days. To the Islands will be-
long the honor of having first made I
a success or me luarcom system, ana
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i is not too noia a guess to say tnat
many who read this article will live
to see wireless telegraphy in opera
tion between the islands and the
II una Happenings.
Arrivals by the last Claudine were I
School Inspector Keliinoi, Mrs. M.
H. Router and grandchild.
A meeting of the teachers of the
liana District was held at the Wana
nalua School on yesterday. School
Inspector Keliinoi delivered an ad
dress on the course of study. He
leaves for Honolulu on the Claudine.
The Stanley will probably leave to
morrow with 10,000 bags cf sugar
aboard, for San Francisco.
Mr. Raven, who had the contract
for the construction of the bridge at
Kcanae, has completed his contract
On last Wednesday there was the
heaviest surl running at lveanae
which has been experienced for years.
Extension of Clearance Sale.
Owing to the fact that the late
heavy storm prevented many from
taking advantage of the clearance
sale held last month at Rodrigues'
Store, it has been resolved to con
tinue the sale for ten days longer
consequently the sale at reduced
rates will continue till March 10, and
those, who wish to take advantage
of cut rate prices should call at once
Glanders in Wailuku.
Dr. Shaw, tho Honolulu veterinary
surgeon was yesterday called to
examine tine of the horses at the
luo Stables, and he pronouned it a
case of glanders and ordered the
animal killed. the matter was
postponed to today in order to per
mit a further examination.
Messrs. Luke and Bergstrom of
the Bergstrom Music Co. of Hono
lulu, are suh with us, anu have a
lot of work to do yet before they can
SALVATION ARMY MEETING.
THE SALVATION ARMY.
Waihiku, Sat. Mar. ,2, at 7 & 7:45,
Wailuku, Sun. 3, Bible Class !) a.m
Jr. mtg. at 51 p. m. Op'en-AJr at
(1:45 p. m.
Wailuku, Sun. liig Union meeting
at nyl.t in Native church. .
' Jr. mtgs, iu Kahului & Waihee at
1 1 & 51 respectively Sunday.
Wailuku, Mon, 4, Soldiers meeting
ut 7 p. ni., ,
.Hamakuapoko, S, Junior -meeting
Kaliului, Tliurj. (!, mtg. at 7 p. m
Waihee, Fri. 7, mtg, at 7 p. m
J. H. BAMBERRY,
School- Inspector Keliirfbl goes to
Honolulu by today's Claudine.
Manager Olson of the Lahaina
Store was in Wailuku on Thursday,
on a flying trip.
William Goodness of the Bismark
Stables is still in Honolulu as a
witness in the Heflernan case.
Mi. Bush and his wife arc in Wai
luku for the purpose of giving a
stcreoptican exhibitior- at the skat
ing rink this evening.
Robert Moore of the Risdon from
Works, Judge Stanley of Honolulu
and Mrs Malony of Lahaina, paid
Wailuku a visit on Thursday, and
visited Ailicl on i'rklay, returning to
Lahataa on Friday afternoon.
Mr. Theo. Richards, connected
with the Hawaiian Board, came over
0n tho Claudine, and will assist Rev.
J. Lcadingham in the series of meet-
mgs now being held at the native
church at Wailuku. Mr. Richards
will probably spend a couple of weeks
Bon Bruns spent the. week on Maui,
spieling for the Honolulu Republican
and yodeling for the amusement of
his friends. Ho has taken somewhere
in the neighborhood of 'stecn thou-
sand new subscribers for the wide
awake and come-to-stay paper which
Dr, Sin, tlin v.t.Pin.PV surcronn
of Honolulu, came over on the Clau
dine to look into the matter of gland-
ered hm.se at Klh, He i-Pnorts
havinir a found a well dofinn.l
but states that there is no fear nf
thc d:soase snr(ladin as
adol)ted by Manager Pogue.
Arthur Jones, ' representing Mc-
Inerny of Honolulu, came over this
week with a large lino of sample
shoes which he is displaying at Col.
Richardson's office on Main street. Of
course . everything that this house
sells is giltedged, and the Mclnerny
sales are always popular on Maui
Mr. Jones will probably remain an
other week, and visit other parts of
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of the
Estate of David Center late of
Spreckelsville, Island of Maul, Terri
tory of Hawaii, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having
claims against said Estate whether
same be secured by mortgage, or
otherwise, to present same, DULY
AUTHENTICATED, to him the
Administrator at his Office with C
Brewer & Co., Ltd. on Queen street
m Honolulu within six months ironi
this date or they will be forever bar
red; and all persons indebted to sm'uI
Estate are requi&ted to make im
mediate payment of such debts to
the undersigned at the aforesaid
E. F. BISHOP,
Administrator Estate D. Center
Dated at Honolulu Feb. 21st 10(il
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at tli
Makai Ewa corner of Kir.g and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs
All business of whatever natur
intrusted to mo by mv Maui neigl
bors will bo promptly atteudc-d to.
"C. H. DICKEY.
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES.
J have just received from Florida
choice k't, of young Peach, Apple
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Persim
mon Trees. These will be sold a
reasonable prices, to encourage e
perimental planting. Write f
BYRON O. CLARK.
Manager Clark Farm, Wuhiawa
'STOCK AS!) 1(M liitokKB
MeuiWii of Houoltilu Stock Exchange,
t.WnilM.-ll Block, Mrr'-l-aul Sweet.
Ttlcpheue Mala 1V1.
x. 0. Cos ta
In accordance with the provisions
of. Chapter 3(5, Section 45(5, of the
Civil Laws of 1807, 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, lilOl.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival iu
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,
iding or driving stock, carriage
matorials, etc., will receive careful
attention and prompt dispatch.
We have also a number of the
finest plantation mules, ready f o
immediate delivery, which we will
sell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us
P. O. Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
By virtue of n writ of cxotui ion Issued out oil
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit of Hono-
liiln fMlmul nf Oiiliti HWHtnrr nf HiLWiiil. nil I
the 4th duy of Jununry MH.'auaiust Miuiuuiri
Sugnr Co., Ltd. a L'orporutinu, Dufrmiuut, In
fuvor of the HlHdon Iron & Locomotive I
Works, it Corporation, Pluiutiff, for tlicl
Sum of Sixteen Thousand m-vc-u hundred
wenty-uiuc and U4-IUO dollars. I have levied
upon uud shull exxse lor sale at the Store of
th ? Muunulol Sueur Co. ou the Island of Luual.
t ij o'clock noou of w'educsduy the l.itii day of
Fel.nu.ry A. U. l'JOl, to the highest bidder, ull
thc right, title and iuterest of the said Mauua-
leiSUKurCo. Defendant, iu and to the- follow-
iux described property, unless said judtrmeut.
Iuterest, co.its, aud my expenses be previously
One Cross Compound Condensing Corliss
Engine IS it Pumps 04 x 36
Complete with coudeusciv, air pump and all
clrculatlut pipe. Capacity of pump 3)i mil
lion gallon: , am fe.it IiIkI'.
One cross Compound Condensing Corliss I
Engine 1 x ! Pumps 14 x 30
Complete w ith coudensers, air pump and all
Irculutlng pipe. Capacity of pump 5'i mil
lions, .Hi feet high.
Pumps a -o complo.e with ull suction, dis
charge pipes aid lit liens.
Two -.HI b. p. Heine water tube toilers, with
All steam and exhaust pipe connecting bullet
A. N. 71A Yr.Kl.Dl-'.X,
Deputy Sheriff, Maul.
Jauuary tlih A. D. Mil.
J Knt ice Is hereby given thai the aoovc sale
ns advertised to take place on February ITh
1901, is postponed for oue week from the said
13th day of February I'.mi, ut the place etc.
alHJvc set forth, for the purpose of giving Intejd
ed purchasers u chance to be preset. 1.
A. N. HAYPELDEX
Deputy tihirif;, Maui.
Dated Feb. lSlh 1WI.
Notice is hereby given thai the bImvo i-a!e
advertised to take place ou the dlt'i of Febru
ary, 1WJ1, Is rostpoued for one week, and will lie
held on the S7th iluy of February, UUl, at the
place, etc., as above set forth, for the purpose
of Hiving inteuded l-urchasers u chauce 10 be
A. N. HAYSELUKN,
Deputy Sherif, Maui
natod Feb. 40, llKit.
The under ilgued, haviug been duly apiwinted
Administrator of th" Estate of David llougli
late of Pala, Maul,' di ceased, hereby mv no
tice to all creditors.'of the deceased, to present
their claims, duly authenticat hI, with proper
vouchers, even it the sum - is secured by mort
gage upon rcul eslale, to him at Paiu, Mt'.t'i,
within six mouths from the dale here if , or they
will be forever barrel.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Administrator of fie estate of David Houijh,
Pulu, Maui, Fcbruury '.Mb I'.ml.
N(dicu U hereby glveu that the undersigned
Assignee of the Estate of J. J. Coombs, a buuk-
ruiit. ill ou Mouday the 4nh day of Ft bruary
A. 1). liMil apply to the Judge of the Circuit
Court, iud Circuit T. H. for a settlement of bis
aecouuts uud for his discharge from funhi1
llubility as such ussigiiee.
J AS. L. cniiE..'
Assignee Eitutc of J. J. Coombs a UuuUrupt.
luted January 31st r.aii.
The tji;n i'ire Insurance Company
of Loudon has appointed A. N- KE-
POlKAI, of Wailuku its .local agent
for faui) and solicits business for
P. L. WE'AVfiR, '
.".''f : General Agent. ,
Wailuku, Feb. 2, 1001. Honolulu.
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 Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
NOT1CD TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st, tho following
regulations in regard to " freight
handled bv the Kaliului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will bd received at
any of the depots Unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
e law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station Ageiifs!
No freight will be received un1
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must bo delivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
Kast Maui ports must ' be delivered"
at Kulmlui before ! a. in. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd 1900.'"
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NOP I CE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to the decroe of tho
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on the 8th, day of Janu-
ary 1901 in that certain suit entitled
Hoffsehlaeger Company, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant, I
will expose for sale and sfll at public
auction at the store heretofore oc
cupied by F. Akin in Lahaina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru-
.,,,v 1!1m nl, tVl s.tni,,. -f ,..,'
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma
chines in tho store iu said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January Mth l'JOl.
California Harness Shop. Speck
attention given to Island Plantatio
orders. Harness, Saddles. Spurs
Bit, etc., etc. Largest a.isortmeu
of whips in Honolulu. All goods wtu
ranted as represented, at Californit
D. O. HAMMAN
Lincoln Block No. 147
P. O. Box No 791.
are built f.-r wear,
they are niade to our order,
are made specially for Hawaii climate.
Ex Falls of My!le, we have: '
75c Fat llaby shoes.
1.00 Child's shoes. ,
75c Hoy's strong lace satlu ealf shoes
$1.50 Ladies' lace, cloth top or kid (11
$!2.00 Ladies'! clutU top luce shoes.
.-t.50 Ladies black cloth top Oxfords
$4.50 Ladies' heavy sole kid lace shoe! I
pnrfect walking shoe.
(1.25 Men's split ereediuore's -solU
75 Men's and boys' till grata creed
iftl.7"S Men's s w la oalf dri-ss shoes. . .
JHJ. OO Men's coll laceKhocs.
$.90 Wens superior oil grain creefl
3.00 Mta' box calf.dress shoes. .
"3.00 ' Men's Transvaal calf Aloes.
RtlrtBEK GOODS Slipper. Overs, FootuoMi
We stand by tho go.). Is we sell. We guaran
tec satisfaction with every pair bought ot ul
I Study economy ijnd buy ai -
"Economic'' "Shoe Co
WAIANtB.MJB 8T., HILOt ' '
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