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X delightful April shower ycster
Solid your work to the Mam News
job office if you waut it dono quickly,
The police are bringing in quite a
number of taxless canines, and
there are others.
Lessons given in Embroidery and
Battensburg Lace, Mrs. James H.
Painter. Kahului, Maui.
The frame work of the "SVaihiku
Plantation store is up, and the build
ing will soon be completed.
There is considerable travel this
week, and as a result the new "Maui
Hotel" is doing a rushing business.
Mrs, J. W. L. Marshall of Wailu
ku' has the agency for for Butter
, ick's pattern's for the Island of
See Hack f eld & Co.s new ad this
week. ODOL is all right, because
this house does not handle anything
Contractor Burlem has completed
the job of removing the Kahului
school house, and school opened on
Manuel Dutro is no longer the
manager of the Iao Stables, and the
management is now in the hands of
Antonio do Kego.
If you want something nice In the
liuc of Japanese goods, drop into Y.
Kashinoki's new store on Market
Strett adjoining the old Young Hce
Major Wood of the Salvation Army
is still on Maui and is assisting at a
series of meetings being held at dif
ferent points Miis . week. He will
remain a week longer.
On dit that Mr. Wells is to leave
for the coast soon, and that during
his absence, Mr. W. G. Ogg of Wai-
lice will be mstaueu m vvuuguu us
assistant manager, and that Mr. Mar
. shall, head luna, will temporarily fill
Mr. Ogg's place at Waihee.
DIiyjnond of Honolulu has se
cured a two years' lease of the Dor
cas Richardson homestead at Waika-
pu, and within the next ten days he
will remove with his family to Wai
kapu. The people of Maui are to be
congratulated on securing the doctor
as a resident among us.
Tiic Sheriff has quite a force at
work uuder Mv. David Crowcll, re
plating defective planks in the side
walks about town. This is a much
Heeded work, and if a little additional
ulank sidewalk could be laiJ, say,
along High street, between Main and
Vineyard, so much the better.
The annual meeting of the Maui
Racing Association was held last
Saturday evening, and the following
efticers were elected: A. N. Kepoi-
kai. president; Dr. Weddick, vice
president; George Hons, secretary;
D.L. Meyers, treasurer; withw.H.
Cornwell, Jr., L. M. Baldwin and
George H. Cuinmings as executive
committee. The sum of $400 was
appropriated to repair the track
and grounds for the summer races
Ha nan & Son
ting' durable 6h0e,
suited for all kinds
SOI E A6ENTS.
V MEI1NY SHOE STORE
THE COUNTY SEAT
MUST REMAIN IN
Hntluwiastlc Mass MeettnO at
Wniluku Court House.
Wailuku is thoroughly waked up
the county scat question. On
Tuesday afternoon, a few of the
itixens met at the court house and
called for a mass meeting for Thurs
day evening. At the preliminary meet
ing, J udge McKay was chosen chair-
au and Attorney George Hons
secretary. A committee was appoint
ed consisting of George Hons, J. N.
K. -Icola and G. B. Rotmrtxrm. f.n
prepare a petition for circulation,
advertise the' meeting and take
The mass mcetinglcalled for Thursday
evening was largely attendod, the
court house being packed to its ful
lest capacity with one of-the most
enthusaistie and unanimous bodies
ever assembled I here.
On motion of Sheriff Baldwin, sec
onded by Dr. Weddick, Mr. C. L.
Kookoo, president of the local home
u!e party of Wailuku was elected
chairman of the meeting, and Mr. G.
B. Schrader, secietary. Cant. Keola
kindly consented to act as interpret
er. There was but little speech
making, f r the reason that every one
was so in accord on the proposition
that, no discussion was necessarv.
The chairman briefly stated the
object of the meeting and called for
remarks. Mr. Hons set the ball
rolling by briefly alluding to the rea
sons why the county seat should not
be removed from Wailuku, and moved
the appointment of a committee to
draft resolutions expressive of the
S3ntimcnts of the audience, to be
forwarded to our representatives.
The motion carried, and the the
chair named Mr. Hons, Mr. Baldwin
and Mr. Kinney as the committee.
The committee retired, and in a few
minutes returned and presented the
following resolutions, which were un
Whereas the "County Bill,' is now
pending before the -legislature of the
Lerntory of Hawaii, and.
Whereas, it is propo;ed therein ti.
ni ike the town of Lahaina the county
scat of the county comprising the
Islands of Mam, Molokai, Lanai and
Whereas, we, citizens and resi-
1-Mits of the District of Wailuku. in
meeting assembled, deem it to be an
injustice to the residents of the Dis
tricts of Wailuku. Makawao and
Hana to make the town of Lahaina
the couiity seat of said couutv. and
Whereas we bohevo that the town
f Waiiuku, by reason of its central
location, close proximity to a sea
port, and larger number of inhabit
ants, is by right entitled to be givei
preference as a comity scat, now
Be it resolved, that wo are unani
mous in favor of having the said bill
amended 03 substituting the town of
Wailuku as such proposed county
Be it furthur resolved, that w
hereby request our representatives
;u the lern tonal Legislature to fur
ther these, our views to the fullest
Be it further resolved, that copies
fjthese resolutions, signed by the
chairman a.id the secretary of thi
mreuug, oo lorwaicieu to our repre
sentatives in both branches of the
L. M. Baldwin,
On motion of Mr. W. G. Taylor
commit tee of two, to consist of the
chairman and another to bo appoiut
eu oy me cnair, were elected to take
ji i . i . ..
. Largo or the resolutions and go to
Honolulu and present them in person,
aid committee to also work for the
bject expressed iu the resolutions
The Chairman appointed Judge S.
E Kaleikau of Waihee the other
member of the committee.
Or. motion, Mr. A. N. Hayselden
vas appointed a committee of one to
ollect funds for the travelling ex
penses of tho committee, and he was
immediately surrounded by a number
of enthusiastic Wailukans, each.of
whoia subscribed ten dollars as a
Messrs Nakdolcoo- and K&ftihau
bft for Honolulu on lust, ilights
Oft For the Land o' Cakes.
Air. David R. Lindsay, the popu
lar and successful manager of Paia
Plantation is off for a holiday trip to
Bonnie Scotland. He left on the
Mauna Loa for Honolulu on Thurs
day, and will go to tho coast on tho
Ho will remain in Scotland till
about the first of July, and will re
turn via tho Pan-American Fair at
Buffalo. Dave says that if he likes
the Fair, ho will bring it back with
him to I Maui, where he expects
to return about the middle of July.
Hi3 Paia friends gave him a great
send off, and he passed through
Wailuku laden with . lcis on his hat
and around Ids shoulders. His many
friends on Maui wish him no ends of
a good time.
Mr. Frank Baldwin will act as as
sistant Manager at Paia during Mr.
Registration of Chinese.
The registration of Chinese on
Maui, under charge of deputy A. W.
Neely, is being pushed (rapidly.
Another deputy, Mr. D. J. Costello,
and an interpreter have been sent
from Honolulu to assist in the work.
About 1000 Chinese have been re
gistered so far, of whom G70 were
registered in Kula last week. Next
Wednesday, deputy Reuter will go
to Hana to register the Chinese of
east Maui, Lahaina will be re
served till the last.
Mr. McCabe, a revenue agent
from Washington has been sent out
to mako a tour of investigation of
the Islands, in tho interests of the
revenue and registration service,
and is now on Hawaii. He will
visit Mayi later.
Luau at Kahului Club House
About thirty ladies and gentle
men, fi'oin ailuku. vaikauu and
Kahului, met at the Kahului Club
House last Sunday afternoon to en
joy tho hospitality of its genial hosts,
Messrs, Hons. Simpson, Usinger,
and Captain Lane.
Tho Wailuku band rendered choice
music for tho occasion, and Miss
Lou Hussey always ready to do her
best entertained tho guests with her
guitar iu a most pleasing manner.
The hosts selected the partners
for tho ladies at the banquet and the
good taste they displayed did them
much credit. A most bounteous re
past was served which was heartily
partaken of by all, but few could do
better justice to a dish of poi than
did Mr. Filler.
All pronounced the affair a grand
success and the gentleman of the Club
House deserve much praise.
Recipe for Kisses.
To a handsome young luna of Wai
luku Plantation we are indebted for
the following recipe. He blushingly
confesses that he has not yet tried
it, but says that ho has reliable im-
formation that it works all right iu
California. Tho recipe reads;- To
one piece of dark piazza add a little
moonlight. Take for granted only
two present. Press one small,
dainty hand between twollarge, mai
culiuo ones. Sift hyhtly two ounces
of attraction, one of romance and
dash of folly; stir in a fleecy ruffle
and one or two whispers, dissolve
half a glance in a well of silence; add
one ounce of hesitation, ouo ot re
sistance and two of yielding
Place the kiss gently on A flushed
cheek or on two rosy lips with a lit
tie scream, and set aside to cool.
Never fails, if quickly done.
Publie Drill of Company I.
Capt. Keola gave his firet public
drill at the drill shed last Wednesday
evening. Quite a number of ludies
and gentleman were present, and
saw some line work. Captw Cottrell
of Kahului was present and assisted
Death of James SmlthN Child.
The community will bo pa'toed to
learn that on Thursday last Tdr.
James Smith of Wailuku lost his
infant son, not quite a year old. The
funeral was held yesterday morning,
at the Catholic Mission.
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law,
. & . . r
Vv Personal Mention
A concert ana an elegant supper
will be given at Alexander Hall on
next Saturday evening, April 27
by the Ladle Guild. Admission 5(1
Mr. JohnT. Alull went to Honolulu
last Saturday, for medical treat
ment. The engagement of Mr. S. B.
Harry of Wailuku to Miss Nettie dos
Reis, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. A.
dos Reis of Nahiku is announced.
A. Weill representing Grinbaum
& Co' of Honolulu is selling up the
Maui merchants this week. He will
remain a week longeron Maui.
Mr. Harold Hayselden, represent
ing the firm of David Lawrence &
Co., of which he is a member, is sell
ing RENOWN and KAMEHA
MEHA cigars to tho appreciative
Mauites this week.
F. E. Richardson of the firm of
Griinwood & Richardson, architects,
of Honolulu, came over this week to
put the finishing touches on the cold
storage plant of the Maui Soda & Ice
Co., of Wailuku.
R. G. Henderson representing the
shoe manufactory of Buckingham &
Hecht of San ' Francisco is explain
ing to the Maui merchants why they
ihould appear on his order book.
E. M. Scoville, representing
Fraser & Chalmers of Chicago, ac
companied by his wife and two chil
dren, is stopping at the "Maui."
He has come down to install the
Fraser & Chalmers pump at Kiliei.
Mr. George J. Moore, represen
ting the Pacific Mutual Life of San
Francisco, of which his father is pre
sident, has joined Mr. A. T. R. Jack
son of the same company, at Wailuku,
and tho they will remain for some
weeks with us. This is the only life
insurance company which is making
investments in Island securities.
Mr. George Bools, representing
the new firm of Rice & Perkins, por
trait and scenic photographers of
Honolulu, is among us with his
camera. Today ho will tane a snoi
at the police force, and tomorrow he
will photograph Co. I., if ho can get
them to sUwdl fire. If vou want
some fine outdoor work done, call on
him at the Maui Hotel.
Tho following is the list of hotel
arrivals at the Maui Hotel for the
week ending Thursday, April IS.
A. T. R. Jackson Honolulu
W. A. Hardy Honolulu
F. S. Washburn San Francisco
H. T. Hayselden Honolulu
C. IL. Chan
B. J. Costello!
George Bools "
George J. Moore "
E. M. Scoville Chicago 111
Wife A 2 Children
F. E. Richardson Honolulu
C. W. Trukx
A. Weill "
R. G. Hendersan San Francisco
D. C. Lindsay . Paia Maui
James Lindsay Haiku
CSapt. Grifti-ths & Wife Kaanapali
Sar irtlon Army Meeting
Major George Wood, Commander
of tho Hawaiian Islands' "Division of
the Salvation Army, will conduct the
Saturday Apr. 2. Street "Meet
ing, 7 p. m., Indoor Meeting, 7:1
Sunday Apr.ll Knee Drill at
a. m., Bible Class at flu. m.. Jail
MnethuratlO a. m., Sunday Sc hool at
p. m.,Opon Air Service at p. m
Saltation Meeting iu the Kaahumanu
Church at J.ATt.
Sunday Apr. 21. Sunday Seool a
1 pi. m.
rr Av... T Pnmn "1" ft
cial Hall at 7:30 p. m.
Wede-eaday Apr. 21-:w'ldiers Coun
cil at 7 p. m.
L AH A IN A
Thursday Apr. 25 Sal vt ! Meet
ing in tho Kindergarten at 7:' p. in
Fridmv A-pr. 2t fcalvatiou Mee
ing in the-Kindergarten at 7:80. p.
Cam. J. FI. Bambeury.
DIED.- At Wailuku, on Thureflay,
April i, Jans Chark's,; the
lant Kcn-V'pf Mr.' and Mrs." fames
Smith, aced'iu-months aad2l 'dayS.
. . . ; Send 75c 1.00 tl.25
tl.50 for a nice' l)x of Chocolates
and confections, sei.t post or freight
ee to any part of the islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu H. I.
Notice is hereby given that J. N.
ahinui, Esq. has this day been ap
pointed Pound Master, for the Gov-
ment Pound at Kapaakea, Kauna-
kakai, Island of Molokai, Territory
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Supt. of Public Works.
ublic Works Dept.
Honolulu, April 1, 1001.
Notice To Creditors.
Tho lindi'rslKUi'd, hnvlliK bwn iluly uiipolut-
Ailnilnlstrutor of the Kstute of Petrr Court
lulc of Wailuku, Maul, deceased, hereby given
notice to ull creditors of tho deceased, to pro-
tit their olnlmx, duly authenticated, with
proper voucher, even if the name is secured
mortKngo upon real estate, to him nt Wai
luku, Maui, within six months from the date
reof, or they will be forever barred.
A. N. KKPOIKAI
Administrator of the Kstute of Peter Genet,
Wailuku, Maui, March Mh, 1U01.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of the
tate 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
une be secured by mortgage or
otherwise, to present same, DULY
AUTHENTICATED, to him the
Administrator at his Office witli C
Brewer & Co., Ltd. on Queen street
Honolulu within ' six months from
this date or they will be forever bar
red; and all persons indebted to said
Estate are requested tor make im
mediate payment of such debts to
le undersigned at the aforesaid
E. 1 mSHOP,
Administrator Eslate D. Cer.ter
Dated at Honolulu L'Vb. 21st 1!01
11 J (1J 1
NTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com-
Cx'own, Spring Cov'e, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P. G- O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, tindows and
doorl. Stair and Poveh Rails
Sash, Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
'Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Sprnce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI: RAILROAD CO
Fresh Ice Cream
every -day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits &
:r.V ' yV Prop
MARKET ST WUlUUKU
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
By telephone on j'our arrival hi
Honolulu you-can procure the very
best of liverv service from tho Hono
lulu Stock -Yards Co. Orders by mail
for anything in the lino of harness,'
riding or driving stock, carriage
materials, etc., will receive careful
attention and prompt dispatch.
Wc 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 froitt 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, Wahtawa.
Telegraph Co., Ltd.
On and after the second of March,
Messages in plain language will be
expVcted for transmission between
Honolulu, Oahu, Kalaau, Molokai;
Maunalei, Lanai and Lahain, Maui.
Tho charge for trasmission will be
till further notice the um of twenty
cents per word of fifteen letters
On December 1st I will open oi.
iffice for general business at the
MaLai Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs
All business of whatever natui-,0
;ntrustnd to me by my Maui neigh
wrs will be promptly attended to.
C. H. DICKEY. --
Bits, etc.. etc. Largest assortmct
if whips in Honolulu. All goods wat
ranted as represented, at Californii
) Q H AMMAN
Lincoln Block No. 147 Kins Street
P. O. Box No. 791. Honolulu
FOR THE MONEY.
'AIL EtE WANTS'
Mie "Norwood" like
the American citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT.
1 it is rruidaof
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