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Lessons given in Embroidery and
Hattensburg Lace. Mrs. James TI.
Painter. Kahului, Maui.
Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall of AVailu
ku has been the agency for But
torick's patterns for the Island of
If you have an hour to spare, drop
down to the "Alexander Hall" rend
ing room and amuse yourself. Every
President Ruesel of the senate has
stepped down and out, and Senator
S. K. Kaiuoof AA'ailuku was honored
with the vacated scat.
Delegate R. W. AA'ilcox has return
ed to Honolulu for a short stay, and
will return to the coast shortly after
the adjournment of the legislature.
Bright moonlightjuights, pleasant
April showers and soft, balmy breez
es have united this week to make the
AVailuku the most delightful resi
dence on the Islands.
Judge Kalua is having extensive
Improvements added to his beautiful
home residence on Main slrcct. Ad
mittedly. Judge- Kalua has the love
liest residence property in AA'ailuku.
Don't miss the- entertainment at
the sehoolhouse tonight. Mrs. Hutch
inson eats glass simply bocause she
likes the! taste of it, and n 0 one on
earth can see farther into the future
than she can.
The Ah Kee restauraut and coffee
shop on High St. is nearing complet
ion mvl will probably open next
week. Two hotels per week on one
Street is the gait AVailuku has struck.
No boom, however.
The dance which was to have been
given by the young men of Spreckels
ville tonight, las been postponed,
but will be given in a few weeks, af
ter Mrs. ' Lowrie and her daughter
Benoit & Gonsalves, the new fi rm
of saddlers, harness and shoe makers
and repairers and trimmers, have
opened up to a good busiuess and
are going to do well. See tie ad of
this enterorisinff firm In another
It has been suggested by some of
the residents that additional night
police are needed at Kahului to cor
ml drunken sailors who make night
hideous occasionally down there. Sup
nression of illicit liquor traflic,' if
possible, would help' matters at our
The suit between the AA'ailuku ami
Spreckelsville plantations was heard
before Judge Humphrey at Honolulu
on Wednesday, and the Wailuku
Plantation won the first round on the
riupfiti.-iu of dumpinir debris. The
next question to be decided is wheth
er kuleanas on both sides of a stream
admit of konohikis between them,
whatever that means.
, I-jave you noticed that onlycne
Wailuku merchant advertises in the
News? And havo you noticed further
that the merchant who is advertising
has just had to enlarge his store to
handle his increasing trade. If you
have not. iust drop into Rodrigucs
new store and note cause and effect
Price his goods while you at e there.
and vou will find every tiling nil
Hanan & Son
A soft, easy-fitting
suited for all kinds
THE MAUI HOTEL.
to Receive Guests next
Wniluku has reason to congratu
late itself on the completion of the
Maui Hotel and the Maui Drug
On next Wednesday, the hotel will
bo ready to receive guests, it no un
expected delay occurs. The rooms
are elegantly furnished and the cul
nnry department is thoroughly or
ganized and equipped in an up-to-date
manner. No formal opening will be
had. but the register will probiibly
bo opened on Wednesday.
The drugs have been shipped from
San Francisco direct, and as soon ns
they reach Kahului, the drug depart
ment will be put into active oper
ation. To the energy And foresight of lV
II. Field, formerly of the Home
Bakery of Honolulu is due the incep
tion and successful launching of the
new enterprise. Visiting Wailuku in
December a year ago, he was quick
to see the need for a lirsi c'ass hotel
for the accommodation of tourit
travel, and for a wholes. vlo and re
tail drug store at Wailului. A stock
company was organized, and the
stock was taken by the people of
Maui, who arc in full accord a to the
need and advantagesto be afforded
by the Maui Hotel and Drug company.
The hotel will be under the person
al management of Mr. Field, thun
whom no better man could bo secur
ed to Initiate and successfully run ri
hotel. A large tourist travel will
unquestionable be diverted to Maui,
on account of the many attraction to
tourists on tho Island. Already
several parties of tourists have re
cently been discouraged front visiting
Maui for the simple reason that there
not proper hotel accommodations for
them. The restaurant annex to the
hotel will begin to serve' meals this
evening. A cut and a detailed des
cription of Uhe hotel will be given
Within a month it is hoped that the
drug department will be in running
order. This department, will be jsn
chergo of Mr. Chas. Faulkner a
druggist and chemist of high repute,
and tonneriy manager 01 vnc cele
brated Grant Drug Co. of Sati Fin-
'.Mule t!ie -Nf.ws does not claim
credit for the inauguration of this
iv v enterprise, bccaise that wou'd
do an injustice to Mr. Held, the real
0 urinator of the enve pri.-e, still
'"we told you so"' a lon: time iigound
frequently. Success to the .iev en
Rase Track Nijciis Repairs.
If we are to L.ive iwciug this sum
mer, the Maui Iweiu;; Association
should ut once takv, -teps to put tho
track in repair. T'u fence around
the track is down 't several pla'ees,
and cuttl" aiid Wi'.e?
over it at will tru'ii ;'.!:
semblance of p, race t
It would cost I- .:.'.
the fence so as '."-i
' t out of all
i .iittie to repair
ut out stock
i 1 his Kould done
li.nild also be lev
w. rot be a bad
c the road rok
.I: !t down.
' to be done
from the truck, ;u,
at once. The track
ellod, and it it. t;'
idea if possible to
ler run over it to
should be done at
bo cheaper now
more damage i; d
should also b put
tion for horses.
horsemen, to begin
as pi'S-iMe. Thei
why i'.'jre siioold 1
meeting this yu.
tion should tal-'-once.
, p it would
1 to wait tili
The box stalls
i' 1 ucourage
r ing as eariy
! rood reason
ri nii t.
.1 gnod race
Chinese ic;r- t, .Ulon.
Chilir-e iv -istcr-.ii
week, and more vn
ed if their plx.'. 1
Fule on Thu''-! .v
1 ,i- ;i '-!' ..
From ll.i tv t '!'- v
Stoe at Ma.
i.t ai-ly 2'l0 Chin' .'.v
Kula they wih jt
return to U.;i,;, V
It will proU'li'v ;
weeks or loi::: v l-.i
. ii tin' it hineso 13
i.ii M::ui. 1YIJ
in .Vuiluku last
ivt it:i ' register-
I,. i ii ready.
nlji: t:-j ? ft tor
" ill romaii)
1 "1 M-i'.i's store
: ! .: t Awana's
'vi-'v.i s i 1 ro are
1 " '(.,' t:r. From
1 H'" !'i. and then
p ;.'' tiid Paia.
:i.;c il'.-in tl.ret
i!i!!.i'i-:e the pro-
if Hi f a reroiyed
I Mr. M. Uei.U r
the appoiuiuient as deputy registrar,
and has'" mr tv-H 1 :s oieir.' duties.
Death of Dp. Robert McKihhin.
At noon on Wednesday, Dr. Robert
McKibbin passed quietly and peace-
fully away, at his residence in Maka-
wao, surrounded by those nearest
and dearest to him.
On Thursday he was interred in
the Makawao cemetery, Rev, A.
Ault of Wailuku officiating at tho
funeral services, both at tho resi
dence and at the grave. A largo
concourso were present at tho fu
Dr. Robert McKibbin was a part
of the history of the Islands for the
past forty years. He arrived in Hon
olulu from Singapore about the
year ISM, and made his homo here
ever since. Being an able physician
and surgeon, he at onco took a front
rank in his profession which he re
tained to tho time of his death.
His patients were among the best
people of the Islands, tind his ser
vices were much in request by the
reigning families of Hawaiian royal
ty, having been physician to his ma
jesty, Kamehameha IV., up to the
time of his death, and afterwards
physician and confidential advisor of
the late Queen Emma, to the time of
her death. For many years ho held
the position of head physician at thcs
Queen's Hospital in Honolulu.
Unassuming but genial in manner
and possessing a prepossessing per
sonal appearance, the doctor has al
ways been a general favorite. Iiarge.
hearted and generous almost to a
fault, he was a thorough typo of
the Irish gentlemen of whom so many
have made homes and history
throughout the United States.
The doctor (was born at Dublin,,
about 71 years ago and was oerer
The new Settlement bnildiug, here
after to be known as tho Alexander
Hall, in honor of Father Alexander,
the Pioneer missionary of Wailuku,
was formally opened lust Monday
morning for the kintlergardcji. in
charge of Miss Huntington, assisted
by Miss (Elizabeth Rogers. Thirty
three little tots appeared on Monday
morning, and the average attendance
this week has been over thirty. This
number will doubtless increase stead
ily, and another assistant will sooh:
Mr. andjMrs. Brown came over on
Wednesday, but unfortunately thoy
can oidy remain with us only two
weks. They have charge of the
reading room and play room. The
reading room is well equipped with
choice current and serial literature,
as well as some nice books of miscel
laneous reading. Every one is per
fectly welcome to come aud pass
away their 'eisure hours, either day
or evening, in the reading room. The
young folks are specially invited to
come and enjoy the many interesting
games and the juvenile literature.
There is no other such au institu
tion on the Islands, and the people of
Wailuku should make it a point to
drop in and in other ways encourage
an attendance at the reading room.
Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Bishop desire,
in behalf of their , daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Dr. J. S.. Bishop of Astoria,
Oregon, to convey to tho residents
of Lahaiua and Wailuku who showed
so great regard and attention to the
late Prof. John A.(Moore, the father
of iMrs. J. S. Bishop, their earnest
appreciation and thanks for their
kindness, and especially to Mr. aud
Mrs. F. II, Hayselden, whose care
and kindness were unremitting.
Honolulu, March 31.
Salvation Army Meeting.
Saturday Apr, (i. Street Meeting,
7 p, m
Saturday Apr. 6. Indoor Meeting,
Sunday Apr. 7. Jail Meeting, 10
Suuday Apr. 7. Junior Meeting, 3
p. m. ..
Sunday Apr. 7, Open Air Meet
ing, 7 p. m.
Sunday Apr. 7 Indoor Meeting,
7:45 p. m.
Monday Apr. 8 Junion Meeting,
3 p. m.
Monday Apr. 8 Salvation Meet-
Tuesday Apr. 9. Salavation Meet
ing, 7 . in.
Wednesday Apr. 10. Salvation
Meeting, 7 p. m.
Capt. J. H. BAjaaRRV.
M.tT. Carroil, of tho Hawaiian Trr it
iijg Co., Honolulu, is viHfthijr Wail ola,
lihiH week. j
Mrs. W. G. Oggof AVaihee hue
been quite sick with ,influonzr4 f. th.P
past week, but is slowly rrx-ovring.
Mr. J. W. Dowsett, acwwnpanied
by his wife and mother , were at M.
kawao this week, wltl jDr. JIcKibhjn.
Mr. W. I. Ball, of the AVaMuku
Saloon, who bar, been under- the
weather lately, U able to ba round
Mr. A. Peters, a partner "n iHhd
firm of Gon salves & Co. of IfanbtulU
Is selling lip Maui this week, ;ond
finds business very good.
Mr. V. R. Helm, .unanancr for
rearsoi, & Potter Co. rif Honolulu
reach ed Wailuku on Thursday, on a
tour .Maui in the '-interest of Lis
Colonel W. H. Cornwell of Waikai
pu who rocen visited the colonies
s the guest f John D. Sprockets
roMchad Honolulu i on his rcturu,j
Mr. W. J. Lowrie will go to Hono
lulu on the Kinau, April 12th, whu-ci
fie goes tomeet his wife and duugh
ter returning from San Francisco,'
wno are expected to arrive m lath
Manager Bclliua of Jiahikinui
Rfvnche was in town on iThurday. and
reports that there is ferity of rain,
and that the cattle swe 'looking and
Judge's. E. Kaieikau gave Mr.
Aiuana Nawaltane of Waihee a fare
well luau last Friday night, on the
eve of his departure to join the
party of Hawaiians who have gone to
the Pan American fair. v
Tom McTighc, the genial repre-
seutative of Macfarlane & Co. has
spent the week in Wailuku further-)
ing the interests of the popular'
wholesale liquor house of his firm ouij
Maui, and returns to Honolulu this
Mr. Bellina, brother of Mamager
BeJlina of Kahikiuui Ranclie, made a
flying trip to Wailuku cn Thu-s-
day. Mr. Dellina .was former man
ager of the Club Stables. Honolulu,,
but resigned to accept an interest in
a carriage concern in Honolulu.
Mrs. Hufceliinsou, the talented col
ored lady who gave so enjoyable an
entertainment at Spreckelsville a few-
days since, will repeat her 'perform
ance at the AVailuku school house to
night, for the benefit cf the colored1
church at Spreckelsville. She is well
TO AVHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of liverv service from the Hono
lulu Stock-Yards Co. Orders by mail
for anything n the line of harness,
riding or driving stock,, carriage
materials, etc., will receive careful
attention and prompt dispatch.
AVc have a'so 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 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, AVrite for
BYRON O. CLARK.
Manager Clark Farm, AVahlawa,
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Cacued Fruits ii
MAKK.CT ST. WAIUMU,
U O VERXM KN'T 'POl"XD
In accordamf wfth the provisions
of Chapter aR, Suctidn 15i!, of the
Civil Laws of 33f7, I do hereby give
i.iotice that a f'ovnilitnent I'ound ha
been rstablhed for ih." Island of
Lnna ntKoe'e, Xanae; tin: sntnebe
in.'JT iorate'l on the mountain side -of
the Government road near the
David Steward. Fs., has this .lay
been tippointed. Pour,dm;i?er, fjr
the nbovc Government Pound.
J. A, ?.TcC?,nfl'c.K,
Supt. of Public. Works
I'ubiic AVorks Dept.
Honolulu, Fobrv. vV," '1'r'l .
Notice is hort-by given that Gcoi'sre
Kauhi, Esq. has been this day ap
pointed Pound Ma ?tor, for the Gov
ermiToiil Pound at Kahauiki Kaa
napaTi, Maui. Territory of Hawaii,
vicoT). Taylor, Jr. resigned.
J. A. McCAXDLFSS,
Supt. of Public Works.
Public AVorks Dept.
Honolulu. March 5. 19DU
EA3TER VACATION NOTICE.
The Goveinnient Schools through
out the Ten i:ory will close for tin
Easter A'acation on Thursday, Apri
4th. and will reopen for the next to
term on Monday, April lath.
By order of the Department of
C. T. RODGERS,
Notice To Creditors.
The uutlcritlijtie, hnvUii Keen duly upnoiut-
nl Administrator of tuo Kstntfc t,f Peter Oi'n"t
lute ol WklHiUa M:iHi, awcttsed, hereby Hives
notice 16 ull irredltots o'f the deeeased. to pre
senftlietr v)s)nw, -drily liuthenlicnted. vii!i
proper voft'-'heM, c.'veb II the mini! Is seemed
by mortgaife upon real estute, to him at W'al
luUu, Maul, Ithln six montli.i from tho date
horeof,"Of they will I forever barred.
A. N. KKHOIKAI
Administrator of the Kstutp of Peter Monet,
Wailuku, Maui, March '.'8th, liioi.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. .
The undersigned huviiig'brevr.ulv
appointed Administrator of the
Estate cf D.uid Cont-: 'hw.
Spreckelsville, Island oT'M'nui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having
claims ugrwnst said Estate whet tier
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 nil persons indebted to said
Estate are requested to make ii
mediate payment of such debts to
the undersigned at the aforesaid
E. F. BISHOP, ,,
Administrator Estate D. Center,
Dated at Honolulu Feb. 21st 1!)01.
- in the
Interior Houso Finish
An Excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring C.oye, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing AValnscoting, Caps, Cornic.es,
Casings, Frames. (Windows aud
Door), Stair aud Porch Rails,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
ull sizes and styles
Nor'AVost Lum bor - Surfaced
Redwood Luiaior - Surfucad
Cedar, Srace, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
... . . Send 75c ll.tHj 'fliS
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
end confections, sent "post'Li; freight
free to any part of tho islitrrds.
Hart & Co,, iLtti.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu. H" I.
On Sopteinx-r 1st, thd ' following
regulations in regard lo freight
handled by the Kalian Railroad
Company, will go intb'eil'ect.
1. No freight will be received fit
any of the depots unless accompanied
i'.y a Shipping n-ceipt, stamped as
he law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained or any of the Station Agon's.
2. No freight will be- received un
less dr-.ivered t depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
'. Freight for shipment per S. S
''Claudine'' to Ifonolulvior way ports,
must be delivered at Kahului bffora
noon or day of sailing, and ffelfohYfor
E;st Maui jiorvf mtfst 'bt'divci-ad
at Kahuhii .l?fore'9 'V. ,s:h, 'of sailing
R. AV. FILLER, .
Kahului, Maui. August 23rd lf0d.
On and after tho second of . -MarMi,
Messages in plain language will be
expected foi transmission beVween
Honolulu, (nrV f:KTatAi, 4;6rfckii,
Maunalei. Lanni and Lahaiu, MauJ.
The charge for trasm'ssion will be
till further notice tho ?umfr twenty
cents per word of fifteen letters. " -
On December 1st I will open an
ofiieo for general business at. 'the
Makai Ewa cormr tf Sling hnd
Bethel si reets, Kono'.ulu, down slairs.
All business of Whatever nature
intra t-d Ir, Ynk by my Maui neigh
bors w'lll be promptly attended tq.
C. II. DICKEY.
California Harness Simp Speeil
attention given to Island Plautatio:
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spun
Bits, eta, etc. Largest assorteaex
of whiji.j in Honolulu. All goods wai
ranted 11s represr.ited, at Califoruii
Do O. HAMJtyAN
Lincoln Block No. 147 IvingStres!
P. O. Box No T91. Honolulu
vn iak 1 n
FOR THE MONEY.
"ALL 13 E WAIVTS"'
z u4,rv. f like
ihe; Ar.i.?rk an citizen
is ItOIJB YliilOUGHOUT..
It is wade of
SATIN CALF id Ui
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501. E AQPT3.