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Lessons en in Embroidery and
Battcnsburg Lae.e. .Mrs. James II,
Painter. Kuliuki, Maui.
Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall of Wni
luku bus the agency for Hull rick's
patterns for the Inland of Maui.
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies' Guild at the residence of
Mrs. T. M. Cox on next Friday at 2
Judge Copp, Hist riot Magistrate
of Makawao states that the recent
rains have done considerable injury
to his coffee crop.
The rains are over at last, and
Wailuku is oner more rejoicing in
delightful days and glorious nights.
Now is the time to yinit Maui.
Tourist travel has started uP
again, and during last and this week,
the Windsor has entertained 'some
delightful people of that ilk.
Flowing water has a'ready been
truck m tno ti. v. x o. uimici in
Iao Vallej-, with a certainty of more
as the tunnel advances.
T? A. Wadbworth of tho Maui
Soda & Ice Works is put ting up his
Ww machinery. Mr. Hichardson of
'Grimwood & Richardson la expected
t 'over next week to superintend the
; final details.
'Ah Kee, proprietor of the Ah Kec
Lodging House, furmorly the Wai
I luku Hotel, is puttirg up a restau
i rant, eoll'ce simp and iee creamery
, i on the vacant lot aujoiniun his lodg-
' , ing house.
j Tho auction sale of horses adver
I tised for today at tho Uismark Sta
f bles, has been post ponod for one
week, and will be held at tho same
place, on Saturday, March 23. The
l horses were to have been shipped
from Lanai to Kihei yesterday, but
5 tho ilclipse, havtog a hi'avy load of
f machinery on board, refused to bring
I the horses, hence tho postponement.
The tunnel run by Manager Wells
inidpr tho suuor ui tendency of l an
Waldeyer, is about completed, and
is yielding a flow of over u million
gallons per day, with a probability
of increasing the flow to nearly two;
millions gallons by lateral tumiela
which will eventually be run from
the ma in tunnel. i
Progress is the watchword at
Kahului. A new -ID tons Howe
scales has been erected at the
entrance of the new wharf, over
which a neat c-ottage will L: built.
The new freight engine. "Kahului" if
r apidly being put together, and will
smoke up in a week or ?o, and the
new steam tug for Kahului hr.rbor
has probably arrived at Honolulu on
board the "Me tin Nelson", and will
be fitted and brought to Kahului at
The people of central Maui are in
debted to postmust or Waal oi Lahaina
for a prompt delivery of the foreign
mail which came over on Thursday's
Eclipse. The captain, who reached
Lahaina at noon, had orders to leave
lthe central Maui mail at Kind As
the Eclipse had to go from Lahaina
to Lanai where it would have to i c
maiu in overnight, reaching Kihei
yesterday, Mr. Waal induced the
captain to put tho mail ashore at
'Lahaina on Thursday, and it was at
once fowardod to Wniluku. Thank
ou, Mr. Waal.
Biifjitafy nt Camp 5 Store,
On Thursday night, burglars en
tered the store at Camp f, Spreek
clsville, through a window, and car
ried away u 2Mt pound safe containing
$;.), opening the frontdoor from the
inside to remove tho safe from the
On Friday morning. Officer Vaver
ick, the local police officer at Sprcck
elsville, found the safe in a ditr.h in
the cane Held, some 2U0 yards from
the store. It had been opened by cut
ting a hole through the hack of the
safe with an axe, and the contents,
with the exception of $(55, had been
taken. The. money left was gold, and
was overlooked by the robbers.
Word was fsent to the sheriff yes
terday morning, and efforts were at
once inaugurated to apprehend the
"Dispense With What?
Dispensary For What?"
Minister in Trouble.
Stole two Wntches.
Joe Manuel, Charley Lewis and
George Brooks, three colored boys
from Spreel; elsville were arrested on
Thursday for the larceny of two
watches from the store of T. Mori, a
Japanese merchant at Kahului.
The watches were stolen on Feb
ruary 28, but were not missed till
Wednesday nf this week. The boys
who were arrested were suspected,
and have admitted that they stole
the watches. Manuel Bold one of the
watches to John Nash, a negro man
who has skipped, although the police
will probably soon apprehend him
Brooks gave one of tho watches to
one Dorset t for safe keeping. Lewis
was merely a spectator of the theft.
The boys were arraigned yesterday
morning, and the case was continued
Manuel and 'Brooks will probably
plead guilty. Manuel in the gamin
whose vulgar and insulting language
was the means of provoking a quar
rel between Rev. A. Hutchison and
McCteod at Spreekclsville hist week.
Death of Mrs. J. W. Wnldron.
On last Saturday morning at 5:30,
Mrs. J. W. Waldron, wife of J. W .
Waldron, former head bookkeeper
at the Kahului railroad Co., died
The funeral services took place at
the Catholic eathredral on last Sun-i
day afternoon, the Right Reverend
Bishop of PauopoVUi officia ting. The;
interment took Aw.n in Nuuanu
cemetery, the pall hoarei'is being
Dr. George Herbert, Frank Me
Intvre. Wcntworth Buchanan, Don
ald Eos,', S. Wood, W. 11. Wright,
J. H. Fortcom and W. G. Single
hurst. Mrs. Waldron was well known and
loved on M auL whci e she resided for
some ye&rtr- She was 24 years old,
and leaves a husband and a daughter
two years old, stid a brother, Mr.
0. H. Coulson, of T. 11. i'ixes & Co.
She Wiis a native of Liverpool, England.
flanan & Son
' A soft, . easy-fitting
'suited for all Kinds
Editor Ma hi Nsws:
Pursuant to the annual custom
which has been practised for years
by The Salvation Army, that organi
zation is about to entvr upon its Week
of Prayer and Self-Denial, compris
ing the dates from March 17th to
The object of this idea, t he remark
able suoces of which is tho bcit testi
mony to its excellence, is to furnish
the sinews of war necessary to the
carrying on of w .vor( whoso branches
ever j day are going into wider and
wider fields of labor.
Durini' this special -wtrfrk very
member of the organisation is ex
pected to deny him or herself of sonic
more or less usual article of diet,
clothing, etc., and the thousands or
little savings thus effected are -all
going to swell the. funds it is aimee,
to raise. "
The general public whose interest
in The Army's philanthropic institu
tions may not be willing to follow its
members along -the lines of personal
self-denial, are however, not to be
deprived of ar. opportunity to assist
in the effort. Collections will be made
in many special manners, and those
of our citizens who believe in feeding
the hungry, clothing the naked,
helping the .'fallen, extending the
hand of opportunity to those with
wlion, 'life .'has dealt roughly, ana
in every wuv a-s-o'.st and benefit man
kind through the precepts of Jesus
Christ will not turn The Salvation
Army olleetor aray empty-liauded.
Hoping you will find it in your
power to ussUt us. in this undertak
ing, itf d.tfyukinEra-cu beforehand on
behalf of those whom wu seek to
Dodgers done in "blue" with the
above heading, scattered from Wai
hee to Paia, announced the talk of
Mr. Theo. Richards nt Kaahumanu
Church, Wailuku, last Sunday night
and a forceful and fruitful talk it
The speaker began by calling
attention to the fact that the things
to which people are accustomed
cause no apprehension, and cited the
growing carelessness of a man in
handling giant powder which habit
of carelessness grows on him until
some fine day there is nothing left
of hint except a hole in the ground.
So with liquor traffic which is allowed
to Increase without fear of con
sequences, resulting in an enormous
increase in the use of liquor without
in the least interfering with illicit
traffic in liquor. The admitted evils
fldwing from this were forcibly point
ed out and the speaker added that
a prominent liouor dealer had as-
serted that the dispensary system
would destroy a million dollars worth
of business, accompanied with the
further statement that in Hawaii
this business pays taxes to the total
amount of not much more than $1,000.
The speaker then made an allusion
to his own business; that of bringing
up boys, tho chief products of country
as well as its chief producers, and
showed how his work as well as that
of other teachers had been sadly
marred. Many bright and promis
ing young men from Kamehameha,
and other schools as well, had been
destroyed by drink, which destruc
tion, had it been wrought by any
other poison than alcohol, would
lmve sent a thrill of horror through
While the speaker briefly sug
gested that tho dispensary is pre
ferable to the present system, for
several reasons which he pointed
out, the chief stress of the meeting
was laid oni the necessity for the
creation of a better public opinion
in Wailuku where tho drinking habit
among the voung men is invading
social functions to that extent that
ladies hesitate about attending them.
The tpeakcr added that some young
men are quite capable of taking care
of themselves, but th4t others of
them cannot, and that while the
blue ribbon would be a safeguard,
still 'the speaker was particulai to
urge that Ood alone could help some
men to keep the pledge, hence the
"God b 'Iping me" clause in the
When the speaker plead with the
voung men of the town to combine
for tho purpose of creating a better
sentiment, in. favor of abstinence, lie
met a generous response from the
best blood of the town, of both races.
Many donned no b,lue ribbon, no less
in respose to the .eloquent plea of
the speaker than to the persuasion
of many of the charming young
ladies of Wailuku who loot their
influence in encouraging the move-;
At the cioe of Mr- Richards'
address, Mr. Ai spoke to .the boys
and girls in Hawaiian, aud proceeded
to break the meeting up into knots of
enthusiastic signer of a new declara
tion of independence.
The Nkws regrets to announce
that Rev. Augustus Hutchinson, a
colored minister of Spreckelville,
who came out from Montgomery,
Alabama, has been convicted of as
sault aud battery and sentenced to
serve twenty days in tho Wailuku
prison. Mr. Hutchinson found it ne
cessary to thrash a little negro toy
for extremely impudent and vulgar
language, and one McClcod, a negro
from Alabama, took up the quarrel
on the part of the boy, who by the
way richly deserved the whipping
which tho revesend gentleman ad
ministered. The two men began to
quarrel and wound up by getting in
to a fightjin which Hutchinson so far
forgot tho dignity of the cloth as to
administer his opponent a sound
drubbing. It is unfortunate that Mr.
Hutchinson lost his temper, for bet
ter things arc expected of the min
istry. It is to be hoped that his
punishment will teach him that the
wisdom of avoiding such encounters
in the future.
BY AUTHORITY Candy
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 30, Section 45D, of the
Civil Laws of 18ft", I do hereby give
notice that a Government Found has
been established for the Island of
Lanai, atKoclc, Na'nae; the same be
ing located on the mountain side of
the Government road near the
David Steward. Esq., has this day
been appointed, Poundinaster, for
the above Government Pound.
J, A, McCandless,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu. Febrv. 5, 1901.
W. II. Coruwell Jr. returned from
Houolulu on Wednesday's Claud'me.
H. C. Lake, of tho Bergstrom
Music Co. left for Hawaii on Tues
Mr. Coulson, representing Mc
Chesney & Co. arrived on Wednes
day's Claudine, and goes to Lahaina
Neither Judge Humphreys nor
Dr. Raymond, both of whom were
expected, came ovei to Maui tins
Mr. C. B. Coulson of Theo. H.
Davis & Co. arrived on the Kinau
from Hawaii this morning and will
visit the Maul merchants.
Mr. Robert A. Wilson of San Fran
cisco and Capt. B. C. Creelman of
Colorado Springs spent ft weak on
Maui, leaving for Hilo on Tuesday.
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. o
Honolulu have by far the finest pic
ture framing plant in tho Hawaiian
Islands, and deserve your patron
age. Mrs. R. W. Filler, who left for
Honolulu on Saturday, returned by
Wednesday's Claudine, lauding at
Lahaina and driving over to Wailuku.
Manager L. R. Crook of Ulupala
kua Raiiche passed through Wailuku
on Wednesday afternoon, stopping
just long enough to dine at the
Captain Keola and Lieutenant
Cummings of Co. I, took a run over
to Honolulu on this morning's Kinau
to witness the competitive drill this
Manager Bellina and Mr. Wilson
of Kahlklnui Ranche visited Wailuku
and remained a couple of days this
week. Manager Bellina reports the
cattle as all being fat, and plenty of
grass on the range.
Senator Baldwin, Judge Kepoikai,
Manager Wells, W. T. Robinson,
W. H. Field and Chas. Lennox were
among the passengers on last Satur
du.y' Cluudii-c.fir Honolulu. Mr nagcr
Wells and Mr. Lennox returned on
Notice is hereby given that George
Kauhi, Esq. has been this day ap
pointed Pound Maiter, for the Gov
ernment Pound at Kuhauiki 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.
.... Scud 75c $1.00 1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to uuy part of the islands.
Hart & Co.9 Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On September 1st. the following
.regulations hi regard to freight
handled by ti)0 Kahului Kail road
Company,, will go into e ffect. '.
. .1. NO freight will be received nt
any of the depots unless accompanied
by a Shipping receipt, stamped as
he law directs. Blanks mav 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.
"Claudine" to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight fot
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before 9 a. m. of sailing
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd i'.'OO.
The Government Schools through
out the Territory will close for the
Easter Vacation on Thursday, April
4t1i. and will reopen for the next to
term on Monday, April loth
By order of the Department
C. T. RODGERS,
NOT I CE.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of , the
Estato of David Center late of
Spreekclsville, Island of Maui, 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
Biewer & Co., Ltd. on Queen street
in Honolulu within six months from
this date or they will be forever bar
red; and all persons Indebted to said
Estate are reqiusled to make im
mediate Daymen t of such debts to
the undersigned at the aforesaid
E. F. BISHOP,
Administrator Estate D. Center,
Dated at Honolulu Feb. 21t l!Mil.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
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 10O1 in that certain suit entitled
Hotlsehlaeger ' Com pari', Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant, I
will expose for sale and sell at public
auction at the store heretofore oc
cupied by F. Akin in Lahaina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary 1901 all the slock 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 9th l'JOl.
On December lt I will open an
office for renoral business at the
Makai Ewa corner of K'n.g and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, downstairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maui neigh
bors will be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
- hi the
California Harness Shop. Specie
attention given to Island Plantation
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
Hits, etc., etc.. Largest assortmeii
of whips in Honolulu. All goods wat
ranted as represented, at Californi!
D. O. "H AMMAN
Lincoln Block No. 147 Kin ? St reet
P. O. Box No. 7!)1.
I will sell at Public Auction at the '
B1SMARK STABLES, Wailuku, on
Saturday. March 23, 1001, about
Twenty Head cf well bred Horses,
broken and unbroken.
Also a number of Imported and
TO WHOM 3T MAY CONCERN.
Anyone wishing to renew his sub
scription or to join the Wailuku Bixik
Club will please forward name, f 1.50
airl the title of one or more desired
books to Mrs. C. B. Wells before the
20th of March.
Telegraph Co., Ltd.
On and after the si-eond f f Marc'.:,
Messages in plain language will be
expected for transmUiiion between
Honolulu, Oahu, Kalaau, Molokai,
iilaunalei, Lanai and Lahua Maul
-The charge for trasnijssiviivwill be
till further, notice the -um.of twenty
By tolcplKMio on your 'arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the v.'ry
best of liverv service from the Hono
lulu Stock -Yards-Co. Orders by uiaii
for anything in the line of harticssj
ridinir or driving stock, canriagQ
materials, et,c,, will receive caocfu!
attention and prompt dlspaUih,
We have also a number of the,
finest plantation, mules, ready fo
immediate delivery, , which wo will
sell at a small margin above cost.
Satisfaction guaranteed. ; Give us
P. O. Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
IMPORTED , FRUIT TREES
I havo just received from Florida a
choice lot of young Peach, Apple,
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Perim
mon Trees. These will be sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
perimental planting. Write for
BYRON .O, CL.VRK.
Manager Clark ,$ ,, Wahiawa,
iff :t v. . . ..
Interior House Finish
An Excellent selection coiu
Crown, Spring Cove, Nosings,
Kfjtiun jWds, Quarter and Half
RyiyuU,' ti.. O. G. & Bond Stops
As' ragUs, Uuso. apu, muu mourn i
ins WainscotiDg, Caps, Cornices,
Casing. Fr.ay!es,. (Windows and'
Door). Stair unci Porch Rails,
Ete. - Etc.
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Sash, Dgojds J; Blinds
all sizes ;n'x! styles
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IUfj.u?e imi to our or I ;r,
we null) s; Mistily fur ll.i'.v.'.li eiifi) itt.
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75c V'- llu'jy slm'.'-,
7Sj llty'ii Htrunjf lit Kala cu'.f shoot
$1.50 LU'.'j. tit-o, ilot'J top or kid 111
$2.00 t.ii-ll Pl'i'.U tup !:! shoos.
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3.00 Mun's.box cult jri'M skooi. ,
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