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The recent Porto Rictm fcrrivals
at the Wailuku Plantatibn ate "giv
ing good satisfaction.
Lesson given In Embroidery and
Battensburg Lace. Mrs. James, H.
Painter. Kahului, Maui.
Maui has bven favored this "weck
with a number of April showers,
some of which wouid have 'di'owilod
The counters and other interior
fixtures are being put Into the Maui
Drug Co. building, and it will soon
be ready for occupancy.
It is to bo hoped that the legisla
ture will make an appropriation to
repair the Makawao roads, as they
are sadly in nee d of much work.
Dont forget the grand ball at "the
skating rink tonight. It should be
a pleasant and well attended func
tion. Free trains to and from Paia.
The Honolulu Thoto hurmly 'Co. o
Honolulu have by far the finest pic
ture framing plant in the Hawaiian
Islands, and deserve your patron
A large lot of fine script typs has
been received from the Coast, and
the News is now nrenured to do
beautiful work on visiting and busi
WANTED. Position on planta
tion as overseer of negroes, by man
raised up among colored people and
experienced in overseeing them.
Reference given. Address
J. H. SMITH.
Heavy rains prevailed in Lahaina
during the early part of the week,
and the road from Olowalu to Laha
ina is in bad shape. The pali road
between Maalaea Bay and Olowalu
, is in passable condition, but needs
8 ome work.
The recent "heavy rains have caus
, ed the water of Iao river, to wash
, out the earth under the buttments
, of the Iao bridge, and if not repaired
5el6re the next, big freshet, the
bridge will probably be rendered
unsafe for travel.
Monday's Advertiser contained a
notably good and full account of tire
wreck of the Rio Janeiro, accom-i
panied by very good likenesses of
several of the victims. The 'Tiser
is still in the lead, although the Maci
News extras are a close second.
Captain Kedla 'received, by Wed
nesday's Claudirie, the hats and leg-
rings for Oo. I, also a snare drum
and bugle. Charles' Brown has been
appointed bvrg'lor and Alfonso Jack
son will be tlie 'drumi ner boy. Goo
Lip of Lahaina has 'the contract to
make the uniforms 'for the company,
and they will 300.1 be ready for
The Lahaina Icq cv'Soda Co. has
been incorporated, 'with L. Barck-
hausen, president, 'VV. IJenning,
f vice president and G. L. Sc.-imger,
secretary. The company i capi
! talized for $10,000, and V.ll the .stock
i; is taken. They have 'the'maclrinery
1, .on the ground, and are cieotmg
Syorks ou the road 'between the
Pioneer Mill and Lahalnaluiia.
Hanan & Son
suited: for all kiiruls
. II :
String Band Concert.
On last Friday evening, the music
lovers of Wailuku were afforded a
rare treat by the Wailuku String
Band, under the leadership of Joaqultn
Garcia, the organizer of the band.
Courteous written invitations had
b6bn sent out, and when the hour
for the concert had arrived, the
ivASay lawn of the native church
yard "saw the bulk of the population
of Wailuku assembled. Chairs and
benches had been provided for those
who1 did hot prefer to saunter about
or recline on the grass. The night
Was an ldear moonlight one, and the
air was soft and balmy. Promptly
ou time,; Leader Garcia waved his
baton, arid' the concert began. But
a shoit interVal elapsed between the
pieces, and the intermission itself
was short. Mr. Ben Bruns, the
comeditm, barijbist and soloist lent
his services, arid added much to the
success of the evening. While the
selections of the baiid were not of
the imost difficult . order still they
were full of hiusto delightfully render
ed, arid owoked much hearty ap
plause. Too much credit rannot bo award
ed to the young gciitlemcri who have
initiated these 'moonlight ' concerts,
a.id they 'promise Others every
month hereafter. They still need
some additional' instruments, which
the citizens of Wailuku will 'doubtless
help them to purchase.
Wreck o ihe'RIo.
, The details of the wreck 6f tbe'Rki
Janeiro are now .quite well known ;t0
the community. 'The first ' definite
news was received ilast Sunday by
wireless telegraph, :and;issued as an
extra on Monday anorning, :by',tbe
News oflice. :
Attorney Hcnli'a, (CJiarleyJacoxi
Angelo Gussoni and Clwantf "Young
were all well known on Mai, -.which
makes tho loss seem like a pe-FSonai
one to the people of Maui.
Tlie total number on board was
210. of whom 128 wore lost and 82
were saved. The list of dead from
Hawaii are William A. Henshall,
MissS. Rowena Jehu. Charles E.
Jacox, Clie'oragYowjg, Dr. O. Kawa
hara, Mrs. O. Kawohara, Angelo
Gussoni, Mr. Qda., Mr.. 'Takata, Mrs
Takata, Mr. Sakurai
Library Books For Schools.
School Inspector Keliinoi brought
with iliim rom Honolulu a case of
boolvs which will be sent to teachers
whn will .make use of them in their
Among some of the more important
books are tbeldllowing: "Principles
of Agriculture,"" "Stories from
Shakespeare," "Simple Experiments
in tho Schoolroom;" "Eggleston s
Ampi-ican History". "Jackman's
Field Work", "Webster's Handy
Teachers are requested to make
their wants known -early, ana to
ha anrn that lllCV Can -ftud 'W.il! USC
the books .ordered.
Mr Keli'noi wishes to have a
manv school as posmuu? vitimic
woi'k 'for the Fan American sFair at;
Buffalo. Paper for t'.ie i air -wort
may be'bad by applying to him by
mail or telephone.
By Wireless Xelerapliy.
On Thursday, H-E. AVaity of Hon
nolulu, D. D. S.'C, V'JI. .of P., sent
tho following message-toy wireless tel
egraph to Geo. SEIons.'C'Ccif Aloha
Looge, K. of P.,, Wulhiku:
"Please inform 'Geo. '.Hons, Chan
cellor Commander Alohu 'Lodge, No.
3, K. of P. Wailuku, tthst'Hif-LVWai-ty
sends fraternal greoting 'ly tele
graph, and asks for answer."
In rc-ply, Mr. Hons sent theifbliow-j
"Please inform H. E. WaitYV Df
D. b. C, K. of P., that Geo. Woni,
C; C. of Aloha Lodge Io. A, ol Wull
ku, ou behalf of the members, of hid
lodge, begs tc extend to him sincere,
thanks for hi ikiud message of frat
ernal greeting." . , ..
Jt ny one Wishing to renew hls'sub
scrijition or tojjoHi the WailUlu Book
Clcb will pleiiifn ward name.'tl.riO
ami the title of one or more desired
booVi to' Mrs C. B.' WcUs befbre the
20th of March.
The Only Common Ground.
Perhaps Wailuku has seen before
something like Sunday night's occur
ence, certainly not often. People
are aware that every Sunday a small
band of Japanese meet in their church
and It wouldn't surprise many of the
residents of Wailuku to hear that
Chinese aud Hawaiian congregations
meet in their respective churches:
but on what basis can they all meet
and have a joint service with any pro
fit? The following account is the au
swer. Of course the drum had
something to do with tins number of
people who came up to Kaahumanu
Church, and the "Salvation Army"
is always back of the drum, in this
instance mnforcvd by tlie Efangel
istic quartette, distributed as to their
functions in this wise: One beat the
"bass", one tlie "snare", one jpnglod
tho tambour and the last carried the
light. A rabble of boys that'folowod
contributed their part by singwrg
"Sal-va-tion is the best thing lu tlie
world"', in several kevs.
Then the people came, through
all the mud, too, though the house
was nigh filled when the Army contin
gent arrived. Ilaolcs and Hawuiians
largely filled one side, and Chinese
and Japanese tho other, while Kala
iaa's choir of children and young peo
ple occupied the choir seats.
Following is the programme. After
prayer by tre liev. Leadingham
the quartet sang "Brightest and
Best." Then followed some very
hearty singing in a song service led
by Mr. Kalaiaa, with Mr. Richards
at the "baby" organ. "All Hail the
Power of Jesus' Name" was the song
everybody could sing, each in his
own language, and the Name was
honored by a fine volume of voices.
On. the platform were Rev. Lead
ingham, j, Rev. G. Tanaka, Capt.
Bambervy, Rev. Mr. Thwing, Mr.
Ah'.Lin aridMr. Poepoe, and after
tue-.singing, ,tneso gentlemen led a
very liinpres&ive ..scripture reading
iu $10 Jourjauguages, each reading
the. same '. -three, verses in the fourth
After a song in :$wanan, Mr.
Foepoe ',iauc: a -.short ; a;udr,es.s on
the subjc?tvof 'Christian jUrty",!
after which the. Quartette effectively
rendered ' the !. gospel -.invitation.
"Come Unto' Me", ;hr Englith ; and
Then came Mr.'Thwing-who aston
islied the Chinese with thej fluency, of
his speech in "Cantonese." More
than .that, he was able to touch, thein
by the ,power of his ' appeal oathe
brotherhoQd;arisingout'of a common
faith. After a. song by Mr; Kalaiaa,
Rev. G. Tanaka .took the" floor. 'It
was curious to hear the , word "Jesu
Christo" running through ibiscner
getic talk, and the Japanese .numeral
"hi-tot-" (one): showing .the unity
A stirring address by Capt. Ram
berry and a benediction by Rev,
Thwing closed the exercises.
Thereupon many people surprised
each other by shaking hands, who had
never so dime before. And why not?
Surely iu such a place at such a time
and in praise of such a name people
inight even forget that one works in
the, cane field another draws dividends
from the .same and another washes
the .clothes for both. Wailuku can
il aflyrd to have such services re
Honolulu :Potoff ice Time Table.
PATE -NAME KBOM
Mar. 1 Amcriwa ,Maru. . .Yokohama
" 2 Zealandia ,, r..,S. P.
" (j Rio de Janeiro . . .' .8. F.
" 8 Cily of Peking. . .Yokohama
" 12 Ventura S. F.
' 12 Sonoma ..Colonies
' 13 Miowera .Colonics
" 14 Coptic San Fvancisco
" 1G Gaelic Yokohama
" 22 America Maru S. F.
" 23 Hongkong Maru Yokohama
30 City of Peking S. F.
iiar il America Maru
" t;lllCio de Janeiro.
." -6 'City of Peking
. iVlSvVentura ... ,
"."12 Sonoma .. .......
. . . Collies
' 13 jvliowera. . .
22. ;Atueri8,ar.u :V-. YokUwhA
''.' 23 HiMigWsng'Maru. , . . '.t.'-'M.'$Q-
City' of Peking. . , Yoiiohaina
Attorney James Coke, and Wm.
Goodness of the Bismark Stables,
returned from Honolulu this week.
lwo travelling shows and an
amateur concert have made things
lively In Wailuku for the past week
Mr. Rogers, one of the proprietors
of the Preserving Paint Company
arrived this moi nlng on the Klnau
from Hawaii, and will remain on Maui
for some time.
Mr. A. Toms, formerly butcher at
Spreckelsville, has been employed bj
the Kahiklnui Ranohe Co. to run the
City Meat Market at Wailuku. He
took charge on last Thursday morn
ing. Leuitenant Olaf Hetlesath, from
Itoloa, Ivauai, will arrivo on the
"Claaidine", in Lahaina, Tuesday
night, March 12, and will remain on
Maui to -assist Capt. Bamberry in
Mr. W. H. Field of the Maul Drug
Co. goes to Honolulu today to
superintend the final purchases and
shipment of the furniture and 'fixtures
of tlie hotel which is to be run 'in .con
nection with the Maui Drag Stere.
Theo. Richards and Rev. J. Iad-
ingham are still continuing the series!
of services at Kaahumanu church.
Mr. uicnaras wm aenver a very
interesting lecture tomorrow even
ing on the dispensary question. All
should hear it.
Dr. Frear, the dentist, a brother
of Judge Frear of Honolulu, will come
over to Maui otj next Wednesday's
CI aud hie on a professional visit. He
will be the guest of Mr. Beckwith at
Pala, where any one desiring his
professional services can find him.
Mr. James Sanderson is on Maui
this week delivering copies of a work
which he has published, on the
Islands. The book is full of very
short stories, and there in scarcely
a man of auy prominence on Maui
who is not ailuded to in the volume.
The title of the book is "Tlie Direc
tory of Hawaii."
The uijdei'idgfle.d ihying been duly
appointed Adn;m:ife,tra,to.r ,of the
Estate of David Center la,t;e ,of
Spreckelsville, Island of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, deceased, hereby II
gives notice to all persons having
claims against said Estate whether
same be securea by mortgage or
otherwise, to present same, DULY
AUTHENTICATED, to him tlie
Administrator at his Office with C
Biewer.& Co., Ltd. on Queen street
in" Honolulu within six months from
.this date pr. they will be forever bar
red; and all,pci;sons indebted to said
Estate are,,.roqu(&ted to make im
mediate- .naymoijt of such debts to
the uudarehrned -.at . the aforesaid
Administrator. -Estate D. Center,
Dated at Honolulu Feb..21U901
On December 1st I will qpen pn
oflice for general business at tlie
Makai Ewa corner of." Kii,g , and
Be tliel streets, Honolulu, downstairs.
All business of whatever nature
t ,'mtrustcd to me by my Mam neigh
bors vivill be promptly attended, to.
C. H. DICKEY.
IMPORTED F,RUIT TREES.
I have just received from Florida IV
choice lot of young Poach, Apple,
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry ana Japanese reusun
nmn Trees. . These will be fcold-at
reasonable prices, to encourage x-
nerimcutal . planting. Write for
BYRON O. CLARK.
k ;.Lv.nager uiarn rami, itumunu,
m j-M . 11 ?..!. 2
Ki; . ir. .;: :
srf Aft ft Y ARM IT AG K.
W,c ami Dona Hrokku.
Memlwr uf ,UiiSpol Stock Kxchto-tn, rtmec
P. O. Box M
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 30, Section 45G, of the
Civil Laws of 1807, I do hereby give
notice that a Government Pound has
been established for the Island of
Lanal, atKoele, Nanae; the same be
ing located on the mountain side of
the Government road near the
David Steward. Esq., has this day
boon appointed, Poundmaster, for
the above Government Pound.
J. A, McCand'ess,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, Febry. 5, 1001.
Notice is hereby given that George
Kauhi, Esq. has been this day ap
pointed Pound Master, for the Gov
ernment Pound at Kahnuikl Kaa-
napali, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
vice D. Taylor, Jr. resigned.
J. A. McCANDLFSS,
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu. March 5. 1901.
EASTER VACATION NOTICE,
Tlie .Government Schools through
out the Territory will close for the
Easter Vacation on Thursday, April
4th. and will rcaMauifor the next to
term on Monday, Aiitilloth
By order of the Department of
C. T. RODGERS,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
iiy telephone on your arrival m
Honolulu 'ou can procure the very
best of liverv sertice from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders bv mail
for anything in the line of harness,
ruling 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 330. Tel. 301, Main.
I3y v.irluo qX p jvnil -xi'.cwtlon insm-d out of
tle I'myit Court at the KUst i:ir.cult of Houor
lulu, iliii4Ui,viinu. Ti-rrnory pi ,iiiiw iui, o
tho 4thdyut Jimi.iry lulu, airtlnt Mnunul.-l
SuKnr I'o., Ltd. n i.'oriwutiou, LK-ti-uduut, if '
favor of the RWhui Irqu '& Locoiaollv
Worlw, n C.'orporutloik, PlalnUft, for tl'.
Sum of Sixteen Thousand w-von huuilre
twenty-uiuo uud m-lim dollant. I liuvo levli-4
upon uud kIihII expose for kuIo at the Rtore oJ
the Jliiuualel Suxur Co. on the Island of LuuillJ I
at 14 o'c-loi-k uoou of Wednesday the l.'Uh day Of
February A. U limi, to the liiuhest bidder, all
tho rlKht, tltlu nud Intero.-it of the said Mauua-
i-l Huirur Co. IJefendaut, In uud to thu follow-
lutf d-.-serlhed property, uuless said judgment.
(utiii-est, co.itK, uud aiy expenses he previmisly
One l.'rnss Uounsmnd Ooudensiui,' Corns.'
Kulue l.ixis Pumps U'ixSH
Complete with eouden-ier.-, air pump and all
cireulatiu-f uliw. Capaeltv of pump 'i mil
lion gallon -, ! fnnt hib.
One rnix. C-iuiwuud Coudoisin; Curliss
Kniun W x 34 Pumps 14 i x :
Complete vvil!) Kf.nileu sei-s. ntr pump nu 1 ul
vulMinv pipe. Ci.ui-.uity of puaip 5'imll
lions, .ill fi-e.l Ktfh.
Puoibh ui-e L-omitlete wiih ull ;:.-.i''.lon, dix
C .ll'!.'i' pipes una nllluifs.
Tv,o il h. p. Il-iue walo lulie lo!!e wltl
All steum acd exheu.t pipe eonueetiuii Ik. lien-
A. N. HAVKKLUKA,
Deputy Sheriff, Muul.
January tlih A. U. I'.ni.
J Not ieo is hereby Riven thut the above sale
us advert Ised to takepba-eou Kelu-uary l:Hb I
IUH, js p.)sl)onod for one week from the suio
IStli dav of February IMH. lit tho place ete. a
i above set forth, fr the pnr)iose of Klvlui! luti jd
d purchasers a cliunro to be pre.ient.
A. N. HAYSKI.HK.N
" Deputy Sheriff, Maul.
lt4 felV lMlh l!ll.
Nolle,! J . hereby kIvi-u thai the ulsive sale.
adverttsoU lu .tiike plnee ou the Slith of tebru-
ary, )tnil, Isipostpnued for one week, and will I
heiilou th 4tU ilayof February, lull, at tii
liUI. eti-., klHive set lortn, lor me purptisi
of s.l.u.' . ;n: end. d Prthas-rs a i-huueelolK
. . Oepulr Sheriff, Muul,
The, Lbi Five. Iiisurauoe Company
for Maui,; and .soUcits .business for
P. .L. tW.EAVER.
ii . . - j, ,
Wailuku. Feb: i.VWOl. ma Honolulu,
' .... Send 75c 41.00 11.25
or 11.50 for a nice box '6$ Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of, tho islands. ,
Hart & Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I. "
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ,
On September 1st, the following
regulations in regard to freight
handled by the 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 direc ts. ' Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains. '
3. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Claudinc1' to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered a t Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before 0 a. in. of sailing
day.: , , '
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
' ' Manager.
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd 1900. "
NOT I CE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN"
that pursuant to tlie decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on. ihe 8th, day of Janu
ary lOOl-in -that certain suit entitled(
Hoffsclllaeger' Cnrnpiny.' Limited.
plaintiff vs. F.' Akin,- defendant, ,1
will expose for sale and sejl at public
auction at the store heretofore oC-"
cupied by F. Akin in Laliaina, Maui,'
on Saturday the second day of Febru "
ary 10(11 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 U. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. H. DUNN,
Dated January 9tU.1901-.
California Harness Shfn. Spoc'u
attention , given Jo .Island -.Pjantatto:
orders." Harness, 'Saddles, Spurs
Hits, etc., ,Qt"c. . La,rgost assortniei:
if whips" in Iloiioluli Ail goods wat
ranted as represented,, at-Colifornit
D. O. H AMMAN
jincoln Block No.
P. O. Box No 791.
trj built, for wear.
hey are male to our prder,
ire mVl'i'speuially for Ua-.vuli rllmato.
V.x Falls of. Clyde vo hnvc:
T& : Fut llaby shoes. .. .
$1.00 Child KSlio.iui. ',
75o Hoy's sirons wn salia calf s'.c.o-.
$1.30' Ladles' laoe, cloth top or kid In
shoes.-. ... ,t ' .'
Ladies' rloth top laco shoes..
Latlie black cloth lop Oxfords
L idii-s' heavy s-jlc hid laeo s'.ipt l t
pufect walU'.nst '.ou.
M.m's split ireedmoro's . qcl'l
S5 7 uiyl Isiy.'. oil grain cree
, mm u.
$,7B .Men's sa'n caltdressjdioes. .;
I.OO Meu's lt luce shoes.
SJI.SQ Mho's sup.-ri.ir oil grain crccf
3,00 Mens Isix calf drass shoes.
3 . o O' 'Sleu's Transvaal calf shoes.. '"
iUBUHK GOODS Slipper), Overs, Foetholdi.
We stan 1 by .llm.BOvds w .) s-11. We guarao
eosatlsfa---llcn ll'4 every pair buught ol U!
liudy OLtmemy and buy at.
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YVAMNUK.NU3 ST.., MlLOi ,s
.Vluilesalo A Retail dval-.-rs in IWsHs k 8 no
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