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Tho Claudine brought over 5(1
Porto Ricans for the Wailuku Plan
tat ion on Thursday -morning.
Mrs. A. J. llodrigues, dressmaker.
has the uirency for JIUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for tho Island of Maui
If you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful toothwash, write to
Hackfuld & Co., Honolulu, forODOL.
Late pcri'.jdir;;!s..and files of coast
papers received per the Sierra at
the Sproekclsvilie news agency. En
quire at the Spreckelsville post
On the first of Juno Benoit & Gon-
tulves will dissolvo partnership. Mr,
Benoit will continue the business of
the firm and Mr. Gonsalves will work
for him at a salary.
A Honolulu printer is getting out
a nrosnectus for a newspaper to be
published at Laha'u.a. Maui should
help to support such an enterprise,
and doubtless will do so.
Benoit & Gonsalves are building up
a prosperous harness and saddlery
business in 'Wailuku. This should en
tourage others who are not afraid to
work, to open other t ew lines of busi
On this eveuiiiGr and every Satur
day evening hereafter there will be
a fiee singing class and a musicai
nroirram at Alexander Hall under
the leadership of Miss Huntington.
AH are invited.
Application has been filed in the
Circuit Court by Mrs. Alice Bishop,
daughter of the late John A. Moore
of Wailuku, for letters of administra
tion to be issued to G. B. Robertson
- of Wailuku.
Superintendent R. W. Filler of
Kahului hes generously offered to
pay fo' putting a new roof on the
Anglican Church, Wailuku, and the
work will be done at once, as the
necessary materals are all on hand.
James Painter, the Kahului black -
1 smith, has taken a fifteen years'
f lease on the lot in the rear o' tho rc
sidenee of T. 13. Lyons, in Wailuku,
V.nd on the first of June, will begin
the erection of a blacksmith shop
-. FOR SALE. Tho Kawaapae Ke
rf1 s- . , ... -i ,
son ai ixiaKUwao. iuaui ownea ay
Mrs. H. B. Bailey, including lot of
Five Azores. Large hotel, fully fur
nished. Climate unexcelled.
For terms, etc., apply to
JAS. L. COKE,
Japanese beetles arc becoming
very destructive in Makawao, at
tacking even the fruit trees, and ef
forts arc being made to procure ino
culated earth from Honolulu in order
to combat them. It will take a
combined effort of the residents of
Makawao to properly spread the
beetle destroying fungus.
See the ad. of the Hawaiian Realty
& Maturity Co. in this issue. This
is a reliable company, and the invest
ment they- offer is the investment
feature of life insurance, the dif
ference being that in life insurunce
you have to die to win, and in this
company you have simply to live and
prosper in order to beat the company.
fianan & Son
A soft, easy-fit-tinv
suited for all kinds
ir it ,
On Monday evening the adjourned
meeting of the Maui Athletic Asso-
ciafion was held at the court house
to hear the report of the commit lee
on bylaws and on grounds.
The committee presented a set. of
bylaws whichwere adopted, and which
among cither things provide that the
initiation fee shall be 2.."i() per month
and fifty cents a month membership
As to grounds, the onuvnitlee rv
p tried that they had i.i tor viewed
Manager Wells of the Wailuku Plan
tation, and I hat he had generously
oTered to rive them a four vein-
lease rent free on a tract on the
Wailice side of Main street, makai
of Judge Kalua's residence.
On Tliursd.iy, the committee met
with Mr. Wells on the grounds of the
proposed site, and n very eligible lot
six hundi'ed feet squat c was agreed.
The ground is a'rnost level, and
w'non plough jd and rolloJ vvl make
first class grounds for base ball,
polo, lawn tennis and general track
and field athletics. Yesterdav ac
tive work was begun on the
grounds, and as soon as possible
they will be put into proper
condition. Subscriptions papers
have already been" sent out, and the
committee are meeting a generous
response. There is no doubt but that
the) e will bo a largo membership on
all adjacent parts of the Island.
The Maui Athletic Association is
now an assured success, thanks to
the energy of its originators and the
generous action on the part of Man
ager Wells, who certainly deserves
an honorary life membership.
The association will hold its regular
meetings on the first Monday of each
minthatT p. rn., and special meet
ings at the call of the president.
Two Fires nt Pnla.
At about 11 150 on Monday night,
a fire broke out in the cane at Ka
heka, Paia, and before the flames
could be extinguished ub iut ten acres
of ripo cano had been burned over.
As the cane will at once be cut and
ground, the loss will be nominal.
Sime rssert that the (ire Was set out
by the Porto Rieans, but this is ex
tremely improbable, and the real
origin of the lire is unknown.
At about half past eight o'clock on
Wednesday morning, the barn and
stable at the residence of Mar.ager
Lindsay at Paia was totally destroy
ed by tire. The lire originated in
the house of a Japanese who lived
alongside of tho barn. His house
caught lire while lie was cooking,
and ignited the barn adjoining. The
alarm was at once given and in a
short time a large number of la
borers and others gathered at the
scene. Hie barn was torn down
while burning, and water from two
faucets was used t.i extinguish the
flames. A nifmbcr of men mounted
the roof of Manager Linsays resi
dence, about seventy feet distant,
and by a liberal use of water pre
vented the dwelling from catching on
fire. In the meantime a Babcock
fire extinguisher was brought from
the Paia store, and the fire was soon
extinguished, notwithstanding which
ths barn was however totally des
Returned From the Coast.
Charles Lennox of Kahului return
ed to Honolulu on the Sierra, and to
Kahului on the Claudine this week,
making the entire distance from
San Francisco to Kahului inside of
Mr. Lennox visited Victoria. Taco-
ma, beattlc, Portland and San Fran
cisco, and reports that times are
very prosperous in all the cities which
he visited, but that Seattle, where ho
remained longest, bids fair in tho fu
ture to become a formidable rival of
Eastern and European manufact
urers are looking for openings on
the Pacific Coast, and the indications
are that the bulk of tie.' manufactur
ing interests of the United States
will soon shift to the Coast to meet
Oriental trade. Seattle and Tacoma
at present have the advantage in the
matter of establishing manufact
ories, but if the promise of large oil
developments in California are real
ized, thus giving California a cheap
and abundant supj ly of fuel for manu
facturing purposes, many new manu
factories will be established in San
A labor strike on a gigantic scale
was developing in San Francisco at
the time the Sierra sailed, but by
mutual consent was put off till after
the visit of President McKinley. Then
trouble w expected.
Honolulu at a Glance.
Three years ago Honolulu was a
chrysalis, - today it Is a butterfly.
This is a trite metapher, but it falls
short of describing the metamor
phosis which has taken place. The
Judd Building was the1 only indication
m !13 of tho era of building which
was to begin in Honolulu. Today,
Honolulu is a rustling little metrop
olis, with dozens of large, substantial
business blo.-ks in course of ere' tion
A' present th" principal lt:sincs
h "uses cluster on Fort direct, wMii
is narrow, crooked and altogethe;
il'iiit for a business street. Rents
are exorbitantly high, and it is a safe
prediction that in a few years, keen
competition, which will demand lower
rents, will cause an exodus from
Fort street, to Alakea or some of
the wider streets where rents are
cheaper, and the business of the town
will shift from For!, street, just as in
San Francisco it once shifted from
Kearney and Montgomery streets to
eheapcr.locahiies on Market street,
end for the same reason is again
shifting from Market street to the
side street toward the western ad
dition. While there )s no linq of business
in Honolulu which at present can be
fairly be said to be overdone, still
competition is beginning to make it
self keenly felt, and the time is sure
ly coming when the ''survival of the
fittest" will prevail.
An hour spent in the senate cham
ber gives one who is familiar with
such matters a very clear conception
of the real trouble which the present
legislature has had to encounter,
and it is a solemn truth that there is
more need for pity than blame. The
Home Rulers are trying to "do their
duty, and their earnest but fruitless
elforts are pathetic almost to tears.
The truth is that they do net know
either what or how to do, and it is
unfortunate for . them and for the
people of the Islands . they were
elected. On Monday, the appropria
tion bill was under consideration,
item by item and the ignorance
which was displayed by the members
as to the actual needs of the different
departments was refreshing. This
is not surprising, and could bo easily
overcome, if practical methods of
getting at the truth were adopted.
If the senate would resolve itself in-,
to a practical business like body, and
p point a committee of three or live
members, say for instance Baldwin,
Kalauokalam and Crabbe, and in
struct them to summon expert wit
nesses and report back at once to
the s-nate, tho actual needs of each
department, inside of two weeks a
fair and proper appropriation would
be ready for the governor's signa
ture. A few questions could be re
served if necessary for discussion by
the senate as a body, not necessarily,
but merely to give the inveterate
talkets something to wag their jaws
The ncwspapei a of Honolulu are all
doing well, and improving daily in
the quality and quantity of news
which they print. Editorially, they
are all as bright as new "Kaia
kauas." Smith of the 'Tiser is the
John L. Sullivan of tho lot, and when
he pulls himself together, and leads
off with his left, you can look out for
broken bones where he lands. Gill
of 4hc Republican is bright and ra
pier like in his work, and you are
often likely to commence bleeding
before you realize that he has hit
you. Farington of the Bulletin is
strenuous and for that reason does
effective work. He is more Ameri
can in his style of work than any of the
others. The Independent keeps up
its bright, shiny glow, and as for its
editorials, they are simply all
rijjht. The Star, well, the Star
boasts that it has no .editor, and
claims that the editorials which make
the. Star so strong a paper are evolved
by the stockholders. By darkening
the editorial room of the Star how
ever, and going into a mediumistic
trance, one can see faces floating
about the room. One face is large
and bearded, one young and smooth
shaven and to tell the truth, one is
distinctively a poetical face.
Last week and the early part of
this saw a number of prominent
Mauites in Honolulu, notably Attor
ney George Hons, Mr. J. Kirklai.d
of the Kahului store, Judge Kepoi
kai, Attorney John Richardson of
Lahaina, W. G. Taylor, Auditor of
of Alexander & Baldwin, A. Omste.l
of Hana and Manager Gjerdrum of
the Hana Plantation. By the way,
Honolulu is full of ex-Maui-ites and
of course they form a very desirable
and altogether delightful class of
The hotels, of Honolulu mo ull lull,
and n orc coining all the time. Tl.e
Hawaiian is preeminently the busi
ness men's hotel, and you meet
everybody worth knowing at the
Hawaiian. Recently manager Al
len designi d a lovely crest for the
hotel, nnd had a large design of it
erected over the ent rance. The de
sign is copied in part from the shield
on the Hawaiian half-dollar. This
design in mammoth size, (twelve feet
over all), and circular in shape, is
wrought m colored gins--, hlumhint d
from tlfj inferior by ( leclrie light,.
V.ovc and on either ide 'if
shield are the inil.i tls of 1 he l:o!el, nic'l
underneath is the word "ALOHA".
Three system of liiihU are attached
one of which lights :liu interior, one
the intials and let tering, and one the
outer circumference. The whole de
sign is marvciously unique and beau
tiful, and it is singular that it has
not attracted more notice from the
Honolulu press, being merely alluded
to by some of them recently as a
Attorney George Hons returned
from Honolulu on Tuesdt.y night's
Ma una Loa.
U. S. District Attorney Baiid of
Honolulu came over on Thursday's
Claudine and is a guest of the Maui
Manager V. E. Bellina of tho Ka-
hikinui Kancho is enjoying the hospi
tality of Manager Field of the ''Maui''
for a few days.
Frank Summerfield, formerly a
lima at Wailuku plantation, has re
turned to Wailuku, and as his former
services were very much appreciat
o.l, he will probably be offered an
other position here.
P. H. Burnctte, secretary of the
Hawaiian Realty & Maturity Co. of
Honolulu is visiting Maui this week,
accompanied by his wife, partly to
enjoy the varied beauties of Maui
scenery and partly to do a little busi
ness for his company.
MAUI HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Jas. T. Taylor. William Green, F. B.
Edwards, Honolulu; J. E. Rogers,
Hilo; Robt. E. Ford, Lahaina; C. V.
Seiinsen, Kahului; W. Searby, M.
SfrLane, Sproekclsvilie; L. R. Crook,
Ulupalakua; Frank Summerfielc1,
Honolnlu; W. E. Bellina, Kahikinui:
Jose R. Vendrell, Ponce, Porto Rico;
C. V. Sturtevant, Honolulu: J. C.
Baird, Honolulu; A. T. Hagencamp,
Paia: B. Oderniann, Sydney; L. J.
Scott, Kihei; Fred. Harrison, F. E.
Richardson, A. P. Taylor, L. A.
Messrs A. C. Dowse tt and George
Weight have been respectively ap
pointed this day, Chairman and
member of the Lanai Road Board,
Island of Lanai, Territory of Hawaii.
JAMES H. BOYD.
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Vorks Dept.
Honolulu, May 9, 1901.
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
Not a h y Ppbmo
M. It. COUNTER.
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Mail orders returned postage free.
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P. O. Box 827.
532 Forv St.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10. A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits &
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Casings, Tranies. (windows and
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Nor'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
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Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAfl ULUI RAILROAD CO
Oa lteeniber 1st. 1 wii: open Hi
oflico for general business at the
Makai Ewa corner of King and
Uethelstreets, Honolulu, down stairs
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to tno by my Maui neigb
lors will be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
.... Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or if 1.50 for a niee box of Chocolates
and eonfeetions, si-nt post or freight
free to any part of the islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
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THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of the petple (if M;iui i
called to mir 'acilitii'S for filling mall
orders. Orders or inquiries fur l'i.o.Is
not carried by im receive prompt ai d
eheerfi 1 attention. Do net hesitate ti
call on i:s. v.e are pleased to serve you.
Hk.---Tv . ".
j THE EILSCK, $
t No. 5,5; lQ.nr ro. 7 DEO.OD '
nd. (.Miliiifrt'd my store I now
carry a new stock of
Ladles' Drccs Goods $
A lai o ( oriMgnn.cr.t of
Ghoes find UndcsvvcP "n
the w(v fron. Sen Fnw.ciNro. jj
Of fresh 'jrrorvrie.s, ir.dudii:- J
frosh Diamonds. Hams,
Bacon and Silver Leaf f
Lard. Full lino of '!;,
c;:'-i:ed troods uiul fruits. )
Pears, Peases, Plnm.s '
Call and exenvac .77 Stoct". f
You wil! fd j-ist what ywwant
at tiie riit Price
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Twenty cents per word
$2.99 per message
C;ntra! Station for Maul at
California Harness Shop. Speeii
attention given to Island Plan tat i
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spur:
Pits, ete.. etc. Largest assortmei
of whips in Honolulu. All goods w.v
ranted as represented, at Califoi i;;
D. O. HAMMAN
Lincoln Block No. It King Stivt '
P. O. Box No 7'J1. Hnolul.'
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