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Lesson? givon in Embroidery and
Battensblirg Lace. Mrs. James H.
Painter, lvahului, Mii'ji.
Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall of Wailu
ku has been the agency for But
terick's patterns for the Island of
The showers of the past few days
have cooled off the atmosphere, and
Wailuku is its own nice, coo, delight
ful self once more.
Rapid progress is being made on
the It. C. & S. tunnel inlao volley by
the California miners, and consider
, able water has already been devel
oped. That the Makawao teachers are a
progressive set of men and women is
demonstrated hy the report of their
meeting, in auother column. Cannot
"Wailuku District go and do likewise?
A large force of men is at work
changing the current of lao river at
the bridge, for the purpose of pre
venuing further washing out of the
butmcnts on the "Waihec side of the
S. Ahmi, a prominent Chinaman of
Kula has been arrested for cattle
stealing, on a warrant sworn out by
W. H. Corn well, Jr. of AVaikapu. A
hearing will bo had beforo Judge
McKay, this morning.
The job press of the News oilioe
met pilikia nui on Wednesday, but
thanks to Chief Lowell and Master
Mechanic McLane of Spreckelsville,
tho press is all O. K. again. Bring
along your job work.
The rendering of "Rock of Ages"
by a choir of Miss Nape s class at the
' funeral ceremonies on Thursday af
ernoon was a revelation of the excel
lent work in music which is being ac-
' complished at the Wailuku school.
Tn irMinr r,nAr1l nf Snvpp.Wnlsville
J""o j.,.. - ' I
will give a dance on Saturday night,
April (5, at Spreckelsville Hall. The
Hall-will be handsomely decorated,
: and a largo number of invitations are
'being sent out, so a good time may
1 bo expected.
A meeting of the voters of Spreck
elsville District was held on Thurs
day errmhig at Spreckelsville Hall
for the purpose of discussing tha Dis
J'pensary Act, and the voters were in
' favor of letting the liquor question
1 remain as it is. -
' The Claudino brought large con-
: signments of goods for Wailuku nier
' chants this week, and there is a con
tinual string of freight wagons run
ning from Wailuku depot to the dif
ferent stores. Guess the drummers
.made a killing last week.
. r"lmi-r CAmncr flip if p. r A.i in Chinii'
man, advertises his wares in this is
sue of the News because he says that
. he knows that he makes the best ice
cream in town; and he wants every
one else to know it as well. He does
make good ice cream, that's a fact.
A meeting was called at the Wai
luku court house last night, at the
request oi oenuturs iyuiuo nu uuw
a o i t...:.. .....l rM
. win. to discuss the Dispensary Bill
and formulate a sentiment for the
guidance of tho senators. The meet
lug was weii anenuea, auu a uivcr
. . j 1 J 1 ,1!
sity of views expressed, the general
' . consensus of opinion being opposed to
- me dispensary sysiem.
Hanan & Son
A' soft, easy-fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
Death of Jolin A. Moore.
On Wednesday evening Professor
John A. Moore, for many years con
nectedwith the school department on
the Islands, died at tho residence of
Mr. F. IT. Hayselden, at Lahaina,
where he had been staying for some
Mr. Moore's health had been failing
for some time, and he was compelled
tri resign his position as principal of
the Wailuku school several months
ago on account of his enfeebled con
dition. He spent several months on
Lauai, and then eamd to Lahaina
where ho remained till the time of
Professor Moore's career as a
teacher antedates the late civil war,
during which he was a captain in the
confederate army. In J8l!8 became
to California, and was fcr aN time the
principal of one of the leading jfram
rner schools in San Francisco, whore
ho ranked among the most successful
teachers in the San Francisco school
Resigning his position, he came to
the Islands during the early part of
the reign of the late King Kalakaua,
since which time he has held a leading
place among the educators of Hawaii.
He was atone time principal of La-
ainaluna, and afterwards travelling
School Inspector for the Islands.
The remains were brought over
land from Lahaina Thursday morning
and funeral services were held at the
Anglican church ou Thursday aftc
noon, Rev. W. Ault officiating after
which he was laid to rest by the aide
his ; daughter in the Wailuku
Messrs S. Keliinoi, W. A. McKay,
'. T. Robinsin. !L. M. Baldwin, Edw.
Rogers, and Win. Salfery, who acted
as pall bearers, went out to AVaikapu
to meet the remains, and the proces
sion passed the Wailuku school.
where all the children, many of whom
were his former pupils, were drawn
p in line, each with a bunch of
flowers. They followed the procession
to the church aud to the cemetery,
and when the last sad rites were
performed, they covered his grave
wiih flowers. One of the most touch
ing and beautiful features of the
casion was the rendering of the
songs, "When the Mists Have Rolled
Way" aud "Rock of Ages," by the
Arrival of Kindergarden
On Wednesday Miss May Hunting
ton, a graduate of Oberliu, Ohio,
arrived in Wailuku to take charge
if the kindergardeu work at the
Settlement building. Miss Hunting
ton was selected on accouut of her
peculiar fitness for the work. A
talented musician, both vocal and
instrumental, she also possesses in a
high degree the qualifications neces
sary ' for a kindergarden teacher.
intellectually quite bright ana very
pleasing in her manner, she will
prove an invaluable acquisition not
only to the school but also to the
social circle of Wailuku. She will
begin her school work on next Mon
day morning. Miss Elisabeth Rogers
of Wailuku will be her assistant.
MYs. Kuowlton, a graduate of the
Chicago Free Kindergarden Asso
ciation also arrived and wiil go to
Lahaina and take charge of the kin
dergarden there, beginniug on Mon
day, Aprils. Mrs. Knowlton is well
equipped for her work, and Lahaina
is to be congratulated on such an
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Honolulu
will arrive next Wednesday to take
charge of tho settlement work at
Wailuku temporarily. Mr. Brown was
former assistant pastor for Rev.
Kinkead. He will remain here till a
permanent settlement worker is
secured, when he will return to
Honolulu to accept tho secretary
ship of the Y. M. C. A., and his wife
will accept a like position for the Y.
W. C. A. of Honolulu.
Wants $1000 Damages.
Eugeno del Guidice, by his attor
ney, George Hons Esq., has commenc
ed suit in the Circuit Court of the Sec
ond Circuit against Win. Keauu, K
P. Ezera and Clmi-les Palea for dam
ages in the sum of $1,000 for false
imprisonment. Plaintiff was arrest
ed and haudcuffe'l by defendants who,
with the exception of i l'alea are,
policemen. Subsequently ho was re
leased, tho police 'having discovered
that thev had arrest ftd the wron
Makawao Teachers' Meeting.
The Makawao teachers held their
postooned meeting at Makawao
school house ou Monday afternoon,
Miss Eva Smith conducted the
reading of 'Whittier's "Snow Bound ',
calling on the various teachers for
answers as if they were her prize
The meeting proved very profitable
and interesting' because of the
theories presented by Mr. Copeland
of the Kealahou School and Mr. Hardy
of tho Makawao School, on the same
subject, practically. Mr. Copeland's
subject was "How to teach Geogra
phy", while that of Mr. Hardy was
Current Events the Death of
Queen Victoria", of which he took ad
vantage to teach geography and the
history of England. Although the
subject of "Geography" was carried
over from last meeting and discussed
at this, it is not yet exhausted, aud
with such able defenders of each
method as Mr. Hardy and Mr. Cope
land, the most of the other teachers
felt inclined to say but liWle and
think a good deal.
Miss Flemining who spoke on the
"Value of Correspondence between
School', -had on hand a numcer of
tters from the pupils of art Oregon
schools, some of which she read.
She also read the answers to them
written by the pupils of her own
school, in justice to whom it should
be slated that tho work of her pupils
compared quite favorably both in
thought and expression with that of
tho Oregon children. Iu one respect
her pupils were ahead, for they are
aware that Hawaii is a part of the
United States, and that President
McKinley is as much our president
as he is that of the Oregonians.
Mr. C. V. Baldwin, travelling
Normal Instructor, who was present
at the last teachers' rnceti'v- ht Ma
kawao, stated that at none of the
schools which he had visited on Ha
waii the teaching of arithmetic was
satisfactory, invariably falling be
hind th 3 teaching of English.
Cannot some of the teachers of the
other schools on Maui volunteer
suggestion which can be worked upon
in our meetings?
(The News will gladly give room in
lti columns for such sugges
The programme for the next meet
ing of the Makawao teachers is as
Teaching of Primary Songs, Tonic
Sol Fa Method.
Miss Eliza dos Reis.
What can be done with Technical
Mr. W. C. Crook.
Value of, aud how to conduct Dict
Mr. Eugene Capellas.
Direction of S.udy of "Snow Bound".
Mr. Sam. R. Dowdle.
Wailuku Still Improving,
The sound of the saw and the ham
mer are .still hoard ou every street,
ine following are some or the moie
Wru. Goodness of the Bismark
Stables is erecting a handsome resi
denco on Vineyard street.
Johu do Rego has bought a lot on
Main street adjoiuing the Kahookele
lof , and is erecting a large and com
modious livery stables.
Mr. Patterson has bought two lots
in the Sam Parker tract on Market
street, and will at once erect a largs
The Chinese hui who own the re
mainder of the Sam Parker lot will
open a street from Market to Center
street and build a number of stores
and residences on the street.
Messrs Uenoit and uonsalves have
formed a partnership in the harness.
saddlery and shoe making business
and will occupy tie building former
ly occupied by Dr. Weddick as an of
fice. The building which is owned
by Ji.nos & (Jo. is being put iu repair
and the uew firm will bo open for
business next Monday morning. They
should do well.
A. Rodrigues has about cample t'
ed the improvements to his store
having almost doubled its capacity
and when the painters get throug
with it, he will have ono of the nicest
stores in town.
The Windsor Hotel will build a
largo lanai room on the mauka end
of the present lauai, with handsome
sliding windows, to be used as a
reading and loungiug room.
The Wailuku Sugar Co. will soon
erect a largo plantation store, prob-
wJ ably on Main street at! the junction
or Market, adjoining the settlement
Dr. Boote is in Makawao this week
filling a protracted professional en
Delegato Robert Wilcox has for
warded to his Maui constituents
some choice garden seeds.
Mr. Walter Lowrio and wife leave
on the Claudine this afternoon for a
several month's trip to the topics.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Baldwin and
Judge Kepoikai left on the Mauna
Loa last Thursdaj night for Houolulu.
Tom McTighe of Macfarlane & Co.
came over to Wailuku this week,
accompanied by his wife aud daught
er. Mrs. Xf. J. Lowrie and daughter
are expected to reach Honolulu from
San Francisco about the middle of
Dr. McKibben has improved but
little since our last issue, although he
rests more comfortably the last day
Jack Bergstrom left for Hawaii on
Wednesday's Kinau. Ho will return
to Maui in about a month to finish up
his work here.
Mr. W. R. Johnson, tho well known
machinist of Spreckelsville has been
sent to Camp 5 to assist in setting
up the machinery for the new mill.
Dr. Moore, the Honolulu dentist
who has boen in Lahaina for several
weeks past, came to Wailuku on Mon
day, and will remain here for some
Mr. F. II. Hayselden Jr. accom
panied the remains of the late Mr.
John A. Moore from Lahaina to M'ai-
luku on Thursday, returning to La-
Notice To Creditors.
Tb uudorsiiinocl, having !een duly uppolnt-
d Administrator of the Kstate of Petcr CJeue.t
ite of Wulluku, Mnui, deceased, hereby Hives
tintloe to nil creditor of tho deceased, to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, even If the same Ik secured
by morttfuire upon real estuto, to him ut Wai
luku, Muui, within six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever burred.
A. N. KKPOIKAI
Administrator of tho Estate of Peter Clenet,
Wailuku, Maui, March '.'8th, v.Wl.
Telegraph Co., Ltd.
On and after the second of March,
Messages in plain language will be
expected for transmission between
Honolulu," Oahu, Kalaau, Molokai,
Maunalei, Lanai and Lahain, Maui
Tho charge for trasmission- will be
till further notice the cum of twenty
cents per word of fifteen letters.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
liv telephone on your arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the verj'
best of' livery service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by mail
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. Oive us
P. O. Box 330. Tel. 301, Main.
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES.
I have just received from Florida a
choice lot of young Peach, Apple,
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japanese Persim
mon Trees. These will be sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
perimental planting. Write for
BYRON O. CLARK.
Manager Clark Farm, Wahiawa.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
every wee U
Canued Fruits &
4 " " Prop.
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 3tj, Section 4."(5, of the
Civil Laws of 1897, 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.
Notice is hereby given that George
Kauhi, Esq. has been this day ap
pointed Pound Master, for the Gov
ernment Pound at Kahauiki 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.
The Government Schools through
out the Territory will close for the
Easter Vacation ou Thursday, April
4th. and will reopen for the next to
term on Monday, April loth.
By order of the Department of
C. T. RODGERS,
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator 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 present same, DULY
AUTHENTICATED, to him the
Administrator at his Office with C
Brewer & 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 requested 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 1901
On December 1st I will open an
office for ireneral 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.
Interior House Finish
An Excellent selection com
Crown. Spring Co ve, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half.
Round, P. G.. O. Gl & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
mg Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings. Frames. (Windows and
Door), Stair and Porch Rails
Sash, Doors & Blinds!
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced.
Cedar, Sprtics, Ash, Oak
'" IvAIItTLtrr RAlLKO.tD'CO
.... Send 7"c $1.00 11.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the 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 directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at depot 3 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 19W.
NOT I CE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
(hat pursuant -to the decree of the
Honorable A. S, Humphreys filed in
the Circuit Court of the First Judi
oittl Circuit on the 8th, day of Janu
ary 1901 in that certain suit entitled
Hoffiichlaegcr Company, Limited,
plaintiff vs. F. Akin, defendant, T
will expose for sale and' sell at public
auction at the store heretofore cv.
cupied by F. Akin in Lahaina, Maut,
on Saturday the second day of Febru
1901 all the stock of roods.
wares and merchandise and all store
fixtures furniture and sewing ma
chines iu the store iu said F. Akin.
Terms: Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
GEO. II. DUNN,
Dated January tlr 1901.
California Harnoss Shop. Specit
uttentiou given to Island Plantatio:
oixlers. Harness,' Saddles, Spun
Bits, etc., etc. Largest fift'sortmci
of whips in Honolulu. All goods wa:
ranted as represented, at Cahforni)
D. O. HAMMAN
Lincoln Block . No.
P. O. Box No. 791,
urn built for wear, ..
I tlii-y iire uiaflj; to our order,
aru muJe spcclaTly Kir Hawulilclimito.
Ex KttllK of Clyde we have:
73c Kilt llnby nlioeii.
$1.00 ('liilci:Hhotui. ,
73c Hy' mrouj luce nulla call slioct
$1.30 I.ii'lii's' tiu-e, olotU top or kid W,
2.00 I.huU'h' cloth top luoo suufs.
I. mlk'' lilauk clotH top Or.TorilH
La lis' lidavy hole kid laeu shod
parft'ut walking shoe.
Mrn'n -uplit creedmoro'
3JI 7 V
. M'-a u au.l boyV oil grata creed
S1.73 Man s 8itm cal(;dres:ihoes.
82.00 Mi'ti'l coll lace shoe.
9.2.0 Men' superior oil grain crea
uiorcn. . '
3.03 Men'n box t lf drei shoes.
J.tiO Men u Trun&vaat oult shoi.
tU lltil.M GOODS Slippers, Ovora, Koc ' ao'.d
WeslivuJby tlv goixli wo sell. N'-Jgii'
tec HutlsiiiuUoo wit n every pair ooutui oi u
Study e-.-ouiimy ud liffy ul
"Economic" Shoe Co
WAIANUENUB ST., HlLOi
Wttolo-tale & lletail dealers la Boots S!io
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