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Lfcss6h's given in Embroidery nud
iSa'tte'h'sburg Luce. Mrs. funics H.
Painter. Kahului, Maui.
, Mrs). !l. W. L. Marshall of Wailu
ku fias been the agency for But
terick'a patterns for the Island of
, , The colored Alabama Concert
Troup drew a crowded house last
Easter vacation closes today and
the Government schools will open on
Rodrigucs has completed the re
pairs on his store, and, like his goods,
it looks handsohie aud durable.
Kalua Avenue between Market
and Center street has been com
pleted, and building will begin at
The Ah Kee coffee shop on High
street is rapidly nearing completion
.lid will soon open, with coffee at 2J
cuts a cup.
Contractor Hurlein is moving the
Kahului school building from its pre
sent unsavory site to a more eligible
site nii'.uka of old Camp Wood.
The Maui Hotel and the annex res
taurant opened on Weduesday, and
the hotel register tells a flattering
stdrj', for a beginning. The restau
rant is proving very popular.
The ronds of Central Maui are re
tllly in a deplorable condition, and if
representative iJicircys appropria
tion bill docs not pass, some other
means will have to be adopted to put
the roads in passable conditioni
Secretary George Hons of the
Maui Racing Association has issued
a call for the annual meeting of the
association at the Wailuku Court
House this eveniug at 7 o'clock. A
large attendance is earnestly de
sired. Major George Wood of the Salva
tion Army arrived iMfs'hWo'liold
a series of meetings and drills, a pro
gram of which is given in another
column. The public at large are cor
dially invited to attend theso meet
Mr. A. T. R. Jackson, of the Pa
cific Mutual Life Insurance Co., has
the distinguished honor of having
been the first regular guest to sign
the register and take rooms at Wai
luku's now a:ul beautiful hotel, the
The H. C. & S. Co. won the second
round in its legal battle With the
Wailuku Sugar Co., Judge Hum
phrey having decided that the work
of excavating the tunnel may pro
ceed, provided the debris from the
tunnel is not dumped in Iao river.
The road board have begun the
Work of improving and gravelling
High street, from Main to Vineyard,
U ntiug the new hotel. A board
sidewalk should also be laid at least
on one side of the street, as is prac
tically impassible in muddy weather.
Ground has been broken for Pat
terson's new building o.i Market St.,
and building will begin on Monday.
This will be a handsome business
block, substantially- built, with a
'cement sidewalk in front. The lower
Hoor will be an up to date grocery
Hanan & Son
A soft, easy-fit--
ting durublo shoe,,
suited for all kinds
SCI F. AGENTS
ilffilNY SHOE STOli!
Wailuku Dine At thJ Maul Hotel.
Quite a number tf the ceoine of
Wailuku, dosirouS Of Resting the qual
ities of the row hotel, arranged a
series of eiuiutaneous dinner parties
for last Thursday evening, and noti
fied manager Field that they would
expect the best thai the hotel afford
Althouirh the time Was short, tho
manager responded nobly, and a
menu was prepared that was worthy
of the occasion. Nd such dinner has
ever been served before for the Wai
luku public, and it was a revelation
to know that we at last have such an
institution in our midst. Both Mr.
Field and his diet covered themselves
with glory, for the dinner served
was right up to date and was well
worthy of even a more pretentious
hotel than the "Maui."
The hotel was lit up like a palace
of Aladdin, and the dining room
sparkled like a fairy scene. Dinner
was served at 6:30 aud for two hours
the guests remained at the tables.
Although this was the first dinner
served at the hotel, ftero was no
friction, anJ the service, like the
viands, was faultless. The genial
manager presided personally, giving
a delightful air of hospitality to tte
Among those present were Mr.
George Hons, Miss Hons, Miss Mou
sio Hons, Judge W. A. McKay, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Corn well, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Coke, Mr. and Mrs. G. 13. Robertson,
Capt. J. N. K. Keola, Dr, W. R.
Boote and Messrs Carl AValdeyer,
G. B. Henderson, and A. T. R. Jack
son. The following is the menu, which,
while it sets out in cold type the bill
of fare, yet falls short of portraying
in proper colors the high degrees of
culinary art which marked the pre
paration of each individual dish:
CoiisfQBjme. Olives, Radishes.
Fillet of Halibut, Tartar Sai.-
Boiled Leg of Mutton with Caper
Puree of Chicken iu Cases.
Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Potato Salad, Mashed Potatoes.
Sugar Corn, Asparagus
Vanilla Ice Cream.
Assorted Cakes, Mixed Nuts,
Crackers and Cheese.
Wailuku Plantation Store.
A site has been sehcted and
grouud has been broken for the con
struction of the new Wailuku Store.
Many hoped to see the store built
on tho lot adjoining the Settlement
building on Main street, opposite
Market street, but it was decided
otherwise, and the store and a large
warehouse will be built on the road
directly in front of tho Wailuku Mill.
Cyrus Green has the contract for
the construction of the store and
warehouse, and began work on it
last Wodnesday. Tiie buildings will be
pushed to completion and a stx-k of
goods will be installed as soon as
Mr. A. Hagencamp, at present of
the Paia PLtation Store has accept
ed the position of manager of the
new Wailuku store, and will reside
here vith his family. Mr. Hagea
camp is a first class manager, as
well as a Very clever and sociable
gentlemau, and Wailuku as well as
the Plantation storo is to be con
gratulated on having him with us.
Manager Wells of the Wailuku
Sugar Company has 'long felt the
hardship entailed on hi? laborers by
having to meet tho present ruling
prices of nectary staples, and is
opening the sove lor the Sole purpose
of enabling liis laborers to purchase
provisions atlcheaper prices than at
present. JuSrt what effect the new
storoiwil hd-ri'oi; the1 merchants how
in busines- here is tv v mutter o
Nkw Youk, April 1. A dispatch
to the Tribune from London says:
Despatches from Shanghai report
that an imperial edict will be issued
announcing the decision of the Chi
nese court to refuse ratification of
the Manchuria agreement.
London April 1 A dispatch to the
Morning Leader from Kieff says it is
reported that an officer of the House
hold attempted to assassinate the
Czar. He fired at His Majesty, out
missed. He then shot and killed him
self. Washington. March SO. Presi
dent McKiulcy today rtwarded Gen
eral Funston for his achievement in
capturing Aguinaldo by appointing
him a Brigadier General in the
regular Army, in accord rnce with
the recommendation of General
Death of Mrs. John Richardson.
On Wednesday of last week, April
-1, Mrs. Elisabeth V. Kalaioknmanu
Richarbson, the wife of Colonel John
Richardson of Lahaina, died at the
residence of her brother, Mr. George
N. Shaw, at Honolulu.
The funeral services were held at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu,
last Sunday afternoon, in the pres
ence of a large concourse of the pro
minent people of Honolulu, Queen Li
liuokalani being present. The coffin
was draped with the Hawaiian flag
and covered with beautiful floral of
ferings. The pallbearers were Hon.
Robert W. Wilcox, S. E. Kaiue, D,
Kalaukalani, R, H. Makekau and
Messrs. S. F. Chillingworth, E. B.
Jrnel anu rs. iNoiein. mo remains
were interred m Kawaihao cemetery.
Tho deceased was 45 years of age,
and belonged to a prominent Ha
waiian family of Lahaina. The cause
of death was pneumonia.
Wants $10 'damages.
S. Alum by his attorney. George
Hons, Esq., has commenced suit
against W. H. Cornwell Jr. in tho
Circuit Court in Wailuku to recover
the sum of fill, 000 damages for false
Recently Ahmi was arrested on a
warraut sworn out by defendant,
charging him with the larceny of
cattle. Ahmi was arrested aud a
hearing was had before Judge Jlckay
of the District Court at Wailuku. At
the hearing, it developed that one of
Colonel CornweU's calves was found
branded with Ahmi's brand, but
there was no ovideuco produced to
show that Ahini did tho branding or
ever, knew that it had been done.
Thereupon Ahmi was discharged,
and the present suit is an outcome
of the crimiual proceedings.
Solvation Army Meeting.
Major George Wood, Commander
of the Hawaiian Islands' Division of
the Salvation Army, will conduct the
Saturday Apr. 13. Street Meet
ing, 7 p. m
Saturday Apr 13. . Indoor Meet
ing, 7:43 p. m.
Sunday Apr. 14. Knee Drill at
7 a. m.
Sunday. Apr. 14. Sword Meeting
Sunday Apr. 14. Jail Meetingwt 10
Sunday Apr. 14. Junior Meeting,
3 p. m.
Sunday Apr, II. Soldier's I.Comi
cil at 5 p. in.
Sunday Apr. 14. -Big Open Air
Meeting," p. m. aud "Hallelujah
windup" at 7:45 in the Kaahumami
church, with swearing iu of Recruits.
Monday Apr. 15. In the Salvation
Army Barracks, 7 p. in.
Tuesday Apr. IU Junior Meeting,
A p. m.
Tuesday Apr. 10 Salvation Meet
ing at 7 p.m.
Wednesday Apr. 17. Tit the Japan
ese church, at 7 p. m.
. Thursday Apr. 18. -Iu the Native
church 7 p. m.'
FPRECKELSyi LLli, V
Friday Apr. in Ciimp '3" Cii"4
house at 7 p; in. 1 " -'" '"' '
Capt. J. H. Bajieehuy.
L R. Crook o of Ulupalakua was
in town yesterday.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai nnd wife
returned from Honolulu on the Clau-
W A. Hardy representing the
"Kuokoa,"' came over on last nights
Maun a Loa.
Senators H. P. Baldwin ai.d YVm.
White came over to Maui on the
Mvuna Loa last night.
Mr. Hagencamp, tho proposed
manager of the new Wailuku Plan
tation store, spent last Sunday in
Manager Lowrio wont to Honolulu
on last night's Kinau to meet his
wife and daughter who are to arrive
from the coast.
Colonel W. H. Cornwell, who re
cently visited the Colonies tys the
guest of John D. Spreckels, return
ed to Maui this week.
Mr. Nat. Black, the genial and
obliging rasby of the Spreckelsville
post office carries a full' line of ser
ial magazines, daily papers and cur
rent literature. Sent to him for what
Contractor Campbell, who rebuilt
the wharf at Kahului, came over
last week to do some engineering
work on the line' of tho Kahului rail
road which is being extended to
Paia and Tlamakuapoko.
Mr. Ben Baldwin, head luna at
llamakuapoko, has been appointed
assis tant manager at Spreckelsville.
Mr. Frank Alexander of Kaluanui
succeeds Mr. Baldwin as head luna
at Hamakuapoko, and George W.
Wilber of Hamakuapoko succeeds
Mr. Alexander at Kaluanui.
Miss Laura Wells, daughter of
Manager Wells of the Wailuku Sugar
Co., accompanied by Mrs. Cox, ltft
for the cast last Saturday. After
visiting Philadelphia where she will
be treated rfor some months by a
celebrated oculist, she will matricu
late at Bvin Mawr college. Mrs.
Wells will join her daughter in July.
Notice is horoby given thaiS - N
Uahinui, Esq. has this day been K.P
pointed Pound Master, for the Gov-1
erment Pound at Kapaakca, Jaui:a-
kalcni, Island of Molokai, Territory
J. A, McCANDLESS,
Supt. of Pu')lie Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, April 1, l!K.'l.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on your arrival in
Honolulu you can procure the very
best of Hverv service from the Hono
lulu Stock -Yards Co. Orders by maii
for anything in the line of harness.
riding or driving stock, carriage
materials, etc., will receive careful
attention aud 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, Apple
Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Fruit
ing Mulberry and Japaneso Persim
mon Trees. These will be sold at
reasonable prices, to encourage ex
periineutal planting. Write for
BYRON O. CLARK.
Manager Clark Farm, Wahiawa.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A . M.
mamla j. cigars
Fresh California fruits
CaudKse,- , .
Nuts, .' ,
Cauued Fruits &
i Cold Brinks.
.- ' ' f ' Prop
MARKtY ST. NrVAIUIK'J.
In accordance with the provisions
of Chapter 3(i, Section 4.")l, of the
Civil Laws of 1897, I do hereby give
notice that a Government Pound lias
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, Poundinaster, for
the above Government Pound.
J. A, MeCandless,
Supt. of Public Works
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, Fcbry. 5, 1901.
Notico is hereby given that George
Kauhi, Esq. has been this da' ap
pointed round Majter, for the Gov
ernment Pound at Kahauiki Kaa
napali, M-iui. Territory of Hawaii,
vice D. T; vlor, Jr. resigned.
J. A. McCANDLFSS,
Supt. of Public Woi ks.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, March 5, 1901.
EASTER VACATION NOTICE.
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 13th.
By order of the Department of
C. T. RODGEIiS,
Notico To Creditors.
The iiuiloiMi rucJ, hnviriir bncu duly uppnliit
vii Administrator of tliu Kstntt1 of Tutor lion-",
into of Wailuku, Maul, dcwitsod, hrroliy V'lvvs
notico to all creditors of t'io dotvftsod, to )!'
Hcnt thoir claim, duly authenticated, wit'i
proper vouchors, ovpu if tho stumi is Mji'iuvtl
lv mort'tiKo upou real ostuto, to him at Wai
luku, Mu'it, wl'.hiu MX months from ti:u rial
hereof, or tl.jy will he forever haired.
A. N. KKTOIKAI
Administrator of tho Ksiute of Peter c-uet,
Wailuku, Maul, Mureli-'Sth, 1W1I.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of t!:
Ft;it n' riivid Ti.oI.m- .!.' of
pivcl:ols?!U Island of Mjuti. Terr-
y of ilawun, deceased, iwre!v
n-,w ' oiot'.ee to all v.ersnr.s having
claims itV1,lus a' E.stato whether
same be N:re:l t.y i.rt-u'c
otherwise, to Wewnt "'- I-'- '
Administrator at hi! UHwe with C
Brewer & Co., Ltd. on .Queen Street
iu Honolulu within six n"onths from
this dato or they will be for."ver bar
red and all persons indebted t s'-1'
Estate are requested to make im"
mediate j.-.-vifiout of such debts io
tho under-jignod at the aforesaid
E. F. BISHOP,
Administrator Estate D. Center,
Diited at Honoltilu Feb. 2!st 1H01.
0 T A (1
Interior Huus-3 Finish
An Excellent solec-tion com
Crown, Spring Coco, Nosings.
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Hound, P.G..O.G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, 1 Jaso and BumUmnild -
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames. (Windows ami
Dior), Stair ami Porch Kiils,
Sash, Doors & BHnds
allsics and styles
Nor'Wtst Lvun Lea- - Suvfaci-d
'Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
K A J 1 f ' LTJ I i AT r.ROAl) CO '
. . Send 75c 1.00 1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolate!
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, tho 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 account; iiied
by a Shipping receipt, stamp1,! as
he law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of any of the Station Agents.
2. Nil freight will be received un
less delivered at depot 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
I-). Freight for shipment per S. S
"Claudinc"' to Honolulu or way ports
must be delivered' nt Kahului before
noon of day of sailing, and freight for
East Maui inrtsi must bo delivered
at Kahului before 9 a. m, of sailing
day. ' .
Kahului Railroad Company.
R. W. FILLER,
Kahului, Maui. August 2!5rd 1900.
Telegraph Co., Ltd.
On and after the second of March,
Messages iu plain language will be
expected for transmission between
Honolulu, Oahii. Kalaau, Molokai.
Mauualei, Lanai and Laliain, Maui,
The charge for trasmission wj!l be
till further notice the '-inn of twenty
cents per word of fifteen letters.
On December 1st I will orM ! i.
office for general business a! the
Makai Ewa corner - of King and
Bet hel streets. Honolulu, down stairs
All business of whatever-nature
intrusted to mo by my Maui neigh
bors will be -promptly attended to.
C. H. DTC KEY.
California Harness Shop. Spec's
attention given to Island Plant;-. ':o
orders.. Harness, Saddles, Sprri
Bits, etc.. etc. Largest assort n ei
of whips in ITonolulr. All goods ..u
ranted as represented, at Ca'.ifoi'i.i:
D. Q. H AMMAN ,
Lincoln BloekV- u' King Strut I
P. O. Box No 731."'" ktoio1Ij
FOR THE MONEY. Mv&5k
The "Norwcc-r like
the Amcrliur. citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT.
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