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Lopsons given In Linhroidery and
liiittenslmrg Lrn-e. Mrs. .lavnos H.
Painter. Kuhului, Maui.
Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall of Wai
lulai has the R;n uey fur Riittrlck's
patterns for the I-i:ir.d of Maui.
The wireless teloiii iiph is brn omin
quite popular on Maui, and is prov
ing quite a convenience, hut in a
very expensive iu.v.iry.
Some of the friend.- of blacksmith
Painter of Kahuhil claim Unit he is
the best horse shoer on Maui. He
is hard to beat, that's a fact.
There will be rt short crop of nian-
. goes on Maui this year, owing to the
recent heavy kon:i k tonus. The
avocado pears have also suffered
from the some eau.;e.
LOST. Between Spreekelsville
and Wailuku, an alli;atior skin
satchel containing nothing of value
, except t'o owner. Iteturn to tins
I office and receive reward.
Owing to rough weather, the
Kiiutu did not touch u-t Maaluca
Day on her trip to liihr-this week.
Asa result the mail for Hawaii and
one passenger were; brought back to
Wailuku. The. Maui mail was landed
The road roller is at work
week between the AVailuku mill
the depot, with Supt. Mai of
water works at the th rot lie,
a niagnificent bit of road is the re
sult. Ilefore another year, all the
roads about Wailuku should receive
a like treatment
Registered mail from Honolulu by
every Friday's Mnuna Loa will b
Innilod at. Lahama. and wnl rcacn
central Maui by Saturday's stage.
Registered matter for Honolulu by
the Manna. Loa must be sent to
Lahaina instead of from Wailuku to
Maalaea May direct
(minwsions hiive been issued to
Captain Keola and Lieutenant Cum
mings of Company I, both having
nassed a verv creditable examina-
tion in Honolulu. Lieutenant Roote
was not able to go to Honolulu on
account of professional engagements
A break down occurodnt the Wai
luku mill on Wednesday mornin
and it ivas first thouglft that a delay
would lie necessary till the next
boat arrived frmii Honolulu, but a
substitute cv.sthig was obtained from
. Paia. and the mill resumed grinding
Wednesday aftoruoon. v
We are to htvve a photograjil
aallcrv hi Wuiiuku. Mi
formerly of Seat!"
lulu, w'3o lby the
hut-later of llono
way is a sl.iiied
' ooeratur in all deuai'tri.enls of the
professic.il, has betm lookbig over the
situation this week and lias concluded
to locate here. lie cannot help
doiug well in Wailuku.
A hundred fool signal "nag pole is
being erect ed at Kolniha by Mr. A. O
Shcrveu. The pole will be M-t eight
feet deep in cement, and will be
further braced by four galvanized
wire cables. The pole wih be used
to signal vessels at uc-a, and e vtvitu
allv. a wire may be attached to the
top of the pole to receive
messages from the coast.
Hanati & Sou
A soft, easy -Sitting
suited for all kinds
? ri it.
District Court Notes.
Un last featurday afternoon, a
i'cry neat piece of detective work
was done at Kahului, which resulted
in the capture of John Wood, who
burL'larized the Canin 5 store at
Sprtckelsvillc. The attention of head
bookkeeper Walker and .lack Kao
nolii, the foreman of the lumber yard,
were attracted to the rather peculiar
lotions of a negro, and Ir. Walker
suggested to Jack that the latter
should do a little Hawshawo work.
So Jack concealed himself and watch
ed his prey enter his loir in the lum
ber yard. Jack thereupon called a
policeman and bagged the burglar
with $750 worth of swag in his
Wood was given a hearing on Wed
nesday before Judge McKay, and
was committed for trial before a
jury at next June term.
Another neat piece of detective
work at Kahului last Saturday even
ing resulted more disastrously. Sam
Yiek, the enterprising Chinese mer
chant was arrested for selling wliis-
cy without a license. The ense
was caned up on lUonuay neiore
Judge Mokay, and preliminary testi
mony developed the fact, that by vir
tue of a search made under a search
warrant, marked coin was found in
Nam i lek s possession which had,
a few minutes before, been in the
pocket of Captain Satlery of the
police, and sundry packages of liquor
were produced which hud been pur
chased with the marked coin. Then
.1lorney Hons, who represented
defendant,' called for the production
of the search warrant which, by the
way, contained no patent defects,
but which did contain a very serious
latent de fect. Mr. Hons questioned
Captain SatTery, who admitted that
the marked coins which were claimed
to be in t he possession of Sam Yiek
and which were needed as testimony
were at the time of swearing out
the search warrant, snugly tucked
in the poc ket of the -officer who was
swearing out the search warrant
Oii'ieer Saffery was not able to
satisfac torily explain the little fiction
except by pleading precedents
Holding that the issuing of a search
warrant which accused a crime before
the crime had actually been com
mitted was an irregularity of which
judicial notice should bo taken, Judge
Mckay refused to allow the admission
of any testimony obtained by virtue
of the search warrant, and Sam Yiek
was dismissed without a day
The two negro boys who stole the
watches from Mori's store at Kahu
lui were committed for trial at the
June term. Dorsey, who received
one of the stolen watches and sold
it w.i also held, notwithstanding tin
fact teal he eloquently plead in
extenuation that he had at one time
been euok for the governor of Ala
Dr. Raymond, who is interested h:
the Kahikinui Ranclie Co., accorded
the Xr.ws and interview on the sub
let of beef for Maui.
He states that no trust is formed
u.d that none will be. It is not the
intention of the company to raise
the price of beef further, but the
.i-.. nl- clntoc of mi:it, will
, , .,4 41 .i . .i i lerciu p alliations ,u-u men me man
griided so that those who wish choice 1 '
-,,.4 41 agers of the plantations desire them
oortior.s will have to pay more than " . ' .
the mesent wricc. Honolulu is at
present suffering a dearth of fresli
Island beef, and consumers have to
be content with refrigerated meats
at a higher price than is paid it
Wuiiuku for prime cuts of fresh, fat
The Kahikinui Rauehe Co. will
cater to the Maui trade in ease they
meet with liberal patronage, other
wise they will ship their beef cattle
direct to Honolulu. Dr. Raymond
qiioted the price of beef at Lahaina
as being 18 cents, and cold storage
meat at Honolulu as from 15 cents to
J2 cents per pound, and stated that
Widluku is luekv in being able to
buv resh beef at 13 cent.
Concert at Kealahou School.
Oii Monday eveniag the lSthinst,
the Waihce Club gave a concert at
the Kealahou School house. A large
attendance was present. A lengthly
program, consisting of string music,
solos, duets, and quartettes, Heiignt-
ed the audience, and received much
The Club is making a tour of
island to collect money for the bene
tit of the native church.
Mr. George 'Max well, the soloist
was greatly applauded, his full, 'rich
voice being' much praised by 'Ve
INDIA VAi'ni. March Hi. For-
mer President I'.ciijaniin Harrison
died at 4:4.") o'clock this afternoon
without regaining consciousness.
Bkkt.in. March 13. The Imper
ial Chancellor, Count von Ruclow, in
a speech in the Reichstag to-day ad
mitted that differences of opinion had
arisen between the powers in regard
to Chinese affairs, but he hoped that
the would be overcome.
Loxnos. March 12. The Times
has received the following from
nioemfontein: Moers who have
surrendered here say that Steyn in a
recent speech at Phillipopolis, admit
ted that there was no chance of
regaining the country. '
There has been quite a good market
for horses on Maui for some tune
past, at good prices, hut the demand
is rapidly being supplied.
Yestr-rday afternoon, Mr. F. II.
Havselden of Lahaina brought over
1( head of horses and four in ules
from Lanai, to be sold at public
auction today at the Hismark Sta
bles. They are a fair let fcf animals,
and some of them will bring good
Mr. Courtney, former manage rof
the Young HeeRandie, is now on
the coast and writes that he will soon
come down and bring with him a
choice lot of coast horses. of high
grade for hack and saddle purposes.
He will probably ship them on a
sailing vessel to Kahului direct.
John Kerr's two stallions, one a
utwood and the other an Elec
tioneer, are both m fine fettle. Mr.
Kerr is now handling his Nutwood
for speed and lie goes like a ghost.
MeKinley, his Electioneer colt, sired
by Charles S. and he by Albert W.,
by Electioneer, is u pacer, and
beyond- doubt the fastest pacer on
the Islands He has not yet been
scientifically handled, but if he were
taken to the coast and put m th
hands of an able trainer with money
behind him, he would win out a barrel
in one circuit.
Jack Dow, head luna at Kihci has
lost his fine Creole colt, out of his
hoieo Australian mare. This is a
serious ios as co'.-vietct jut.ges
pronounced -the .colt to bo a coming
Deputy Inspector V. F. Drake of
the rcvciiuo sorvies came over on the
Kiuau. accompanied by Deputy A.
W. Neeiy and a Chinese interpreter
to initiate proceedings in the matter
of registei ir ; the Cuine.se on Maui.
Work will begin as soon as the pho
tographs of the Chinese are ready,
probably on Monday and will con
tinue till June 13. after t'hiuh all
Chinese who have not applied for re
gistration will be deported. Over
liutl Chinese have already been pho
tographed, preparatory to registra
Work will begin at Wailuku, and
c the deputies viil slso go to the dif
to do so and make arrangements to
facilitate their work. Additional de
puties for Maui will be appointed if
necessary, in order to complete the
work in the orescribeu time.
New Bids Required.
Antonio do Rego, who returned
from Honolulu this morning statos
that Postal Inspector Carr informed
him that all Maui bids for mail con-
tl.acts huvo bepn ,.ejec.u.(li and that
new imis win oe cancel lor, on ana
after March 2ti.
SALVATION ARMY MEETING.
THE SALVATION ARMY.
Wailuku, Sat. Mar. 2, Band of
Love, 2 p. m. Open-Air 7 & indoor
mtg, 7:4Ti p. m.
Wailuku. Sun. Mar. 24, Bible
Clas !, Jail mtg, HiOa. m. Jr. tnlg
'A. St. uit:. 7 A indoors at 7:4." p. m
Jr. uit''s, al Kahului and Waihee
at 1 p. m.
Wailuku, Mon. 25. Soldier's meet
the ling at 7 p. in
Ham.ikuapoko. Tues. 2i, Jr. mtg,
at :t p. in.
Lahaina. Wed. Wainee Church
7:1(0 p. in.
Waihee, Fri. 2H. at 7 p. m.
Cait. J. II. BAMuiiuUY.
Hon. H. T. Baldwin and A. X.
Kcpoikai arrived by the Manna
Loti this morning.
Captain Keola returned to Wai
luku on Wednesday, and Lieutenant
Cummings and Tax Collector W. T.
Robinson came last ; night o;i the
Mr. Mulligan the photographer,
who thinks of locating at Wailuku,
left for Honolulu on last night's
Kinau, and will return with a couple
of weeks to remain permanently.
Mr. Walter Lowrie, head sugar
boiler at Spreckelsville will leave
for the Island of Java a week from
today, to spend a month or more
visiting the tea plantation of a friend
on that Island.
Dr. Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. J
W. Dowsett came over on Wednes
day's Claudine, the former to attend
professionally and the latter to vi-it
Dr. McKibbin of Makawao, who has
been quite ill with for some days.
Judge A. S. Humphreys came over
on the Mauna Loa, accompanied by
Judge Hartwell and Attorney S.E;
IJallow. The party will cxmiue the
tunnel proposition which is being liti
gated, and will return to Honolul on
the Claudine tomorrow morning.
W. II. Field of the Maui Hotel and
Drug Store Co. returned from Hono
lulu on Wednesday's Claudine, brir.g-
..i O. it .. .1
mg witn mm me lurmutre or tne
new hotel. The furniture is being
put iii the hotel which will soon be
i eady for occupancy.
Superintendent Filler left for Ho
nolulu on last night's Kinau to bring
over the steam tug "Leslie Maid win
and will probably reach Kahului
with her on Monday. The launch
Talulah is to sent back to the Mauna
Lei Plantation at Lanai.
Coulsonof Davies Co., Mraymei'
of Von Hainin & Co., Coulson of Me
Chesney Co., Devereaux of IIoll-
schlager & Co., Hergstroin. of the
Bergs trom Music Co. and Brown o
and eastern lubricating oil company
constitute the "drum'' corns who
have been selling up Maui this week-
Mr. C. H. Snyder, who succeeded
Mr. Fortiu as manager of Milliken
JSros., contractors, or Honolulu, was
at Sprckelsville this week, looking
after his company's contracts at the
new mill, Mr. Fortin some time
since left for China an l Japan where
t ..! company have so:ae large eon
fMiriner Kobert t . tarr, vice pri
dent of the. Dearborn Chemical
Works, Chicago, ran over to Maui
this week to visit Mr. Lowrie, an old
friend of his. Shi iner Carr spent one
night in Wailuku, which he un
hesitatingly pronounces to be .4 In
real oasis in the sun browned Islands
and he very reluctantly "let go of
the rope" ou Friday to cat eh the
Telegraph Coc, Ltd.
On and after the second of March,
Messages in plain language, will be
expected for transmission between
Honolulu, Oahu, Kalaau, Mo'.okaii
Maunalei, Lanai and Lahain, Muni
The charge for trasmissioii will be
till further notice, the cuin of twenty
cents per word of fifteen letters. '
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of liverv service from the H0110-:
lulu Sloek-Yardu Co. Orders by mail
for anything iu 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 330. Tel. 301, Main.
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES.
I have just received from Florida a
choice lot of young Peach. Appl
lVar, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Persim-
mnr Trees. These will be sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
peril lental planting. Write for
BYRON O. CLARK4;
' Muut:-'r Chu-k Farm, WVniawa,
In accordance with the provisions
if Chapter ISO, Section 4."il, of the
Civil Laws of 1SM7. 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
Dav'.d Steward. Esq., has this day
been appointed, Poundma-stor, for
the above Government Pound.
J. A, MeGand'ess.'
Sept. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu. Febrv. 3, 11101.
Notice is hereby given that George
Kauhi, Esq. has been this day ap
pointed Pound Maitcr, for the Gov-
rnmcnt Pound at Kahauiki Kna
apeli, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
ice D. Taylor, Jr. resigned.
J. A. MoCAXDLFSs,
Supt. of Public Works.
'ublie Works Dept.
Honolulu, March 5, l!ml.
'.ASTER VACATION NOTICK.
The Government Schools through
out the Territory will close for the
Easter Vacation on Thursday, April
4th. and will reopen for the next to
term on Monday, April loth
By order f the Department of
C. T. RODGERS,
The undersigned having been duly
appointed 4dministrator of the
Estate of David Center late of
Spreckelsville, 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 urcsent same, DULY
AUTHENTICATED, to him the
Administrator fit his Office with C
Bicwer & 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 roqui sted to make im
mediate payment of such debts to
the undersigned at the aforesaid
E. F. RlSilOP,
Administrator Estate D. Center,
Dated at Honolulu Feb. 21st l!Hil.
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at the
Makai Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, downstairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrust ed to me by 1113- Maui neigh
bors 'will be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
Interior House Finish
An Excellent selection, com
Crowu, SprLig Cove, Nosings,
Return Heads. Quarter and Half
Round, P.O..O.G. & P.oad Stops
Astragals. Base anil l'. ui 1 mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornicos,
Casings, Fram os, (Whitlows and
Door), Stair mul Porch Kails,;
Sasli, Doors &. Blinds
all sizes and styles '
Kor'Wost Lumber - Surfaced
and Rough 1
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cc kr, Spn;cc, As!i, Oak
.... Send 73c 1.0ll 1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent po.-t or freight
free to any part of the islands.
Kart & Co., Ltd.
The Eiite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On Septein'.H-r 1st. the following
regulations in regard to freight
handled by the Kahului Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight wi'.l be received at
any of the depots unless accompanied
by n Shipping receipt, stamped as
he law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Slatioii Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot HO minutes
before departure of trains.
'A. Freight for shipment per S. S.
"Claudine'" to Honolulu or wry ports
must be delivered at Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight foi
East Maui ports must be delivered
at Kahului before ! a. lit. of sailing
KahuUii Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 2:rd HUMI.
NOT S CE.
NOTICE . HEREHY GIVEN
that pursuant to the decree of the
Honorable A. S. Humphreys' filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
cial Circuit on 1 he 8th, day of Janu
ary 1!K)1 in that certain suit entitled
HolTs'hlaeger Cniipanv, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant. I
will expose for sale and sell at public
auction at the store heretofore oc
cupied by V. Akin in Lahaina, Maui,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
ary 1 ! 1 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. II. DUNN,
Dated January !th 1!H)1.
California Harness Shop. Speci;
attention given to Island Plantatio:
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spurs
llils. etc., etc. Largest assortmer.
of whips iu Ho'.'.oluic. All goods wai
ranted as represented, at Californi;
O. II AM FA AN
i illl ick No. 147 King S: reol
IJox No 7!R. Honolulu.
tlhvl-ir in i-1m tn our ordvr,
u in m nit 1) Hpt-olully for Jl.iv.aiilcl'mLiU'.
. Kx Full of Clyde o have:
Fill llaby h!io"s.
Huy'H Kiruns lacn sa:!a calf rhoos
La.lijs' liii-f, clo'.'i top or Wid
l.ndloh' cloth toi) lacis sImc.i.
T.a.lli-lil...-:i e'x.l'.i lop OvL.r U
L-i1i-'.-- liiKivy s.3li- 1U-1 Khoi i
p.u-ft'ct a!!;ir. sho-.
ftl.25 Ml-U'H SJllil ctCiJlUUIO'li !'t
$Bt.;& M 'Q'tt unj boys' oil grain croo
$1.7 Mi-U's Kutio oalf(di'.'ss"slui"s.
$.OQ Mrn'Rcolt lncc hlutcs.
4& j.JSO -Mi'u'k superior oil ztna cn'cti
3.OO Mi'iM'.u tVilf Jk".m hbiH't..
3,00 ' Men's 'J r: i-va:il eii'f oUo-.'s.
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