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When you visit Wailuku, stop at
Mrs. A. J. Rourigues, dressmaker,
has the agency for HUTTERICKS
PATTERNS for t)io Island of Maui.
If you want a tla'tuty, refreshing
and healthful tooth wash, write to
' Hackfeld & Co., Honolulu, for ODOL.
. Fish wagons arc beginning to ap
pear more frequently on the streets
of Wailuku, and ai c always welcomed.
If you want an up-to-date type
writer, get a ilLICK from Pearson
& Potter, Honolulu. Cheap and -reliable.
The Court of Claims have decided
to hold a session of tho Court at
. Kahului, in order to accommodate
Work has bocn begun on tho roof
of the Anglican church. It will iiave
a corrugated iron roof, laid over the
present shinglo roof.
A farewell dance will be given at
Waihee this evening, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Ogg, who will come
to Wailuku to live on June 1.
There will be a meeting of the
Maui Racing Association at the Wai
luku court bouse this evening. All
mcmoers are earnestly requested to
.When in Honolulu, call at Hawley's,
Room 210 & 211, Roston Building,
over May & Co. and sec the latest
New York. London and Paris effects
in millinery. '
Hoffman & Vetlescn show a very
handsome and convenient display of
their whole line of cigars this week
on a front counter with alcoholic
Owing to a rush of new ads this
week, reading matter has been
materially reduced. We will have
to enlarge thcNEws soon, if a new
paper is not sprung on us.
Vineyard street has been gravelled
from High to Market, and when
rolled will make one of the prettiest
' streets in Wailuku. Tho good work
should continue on Vineyard from
High street to the cemetery.
FOR SALE. The Kawaapae Ke
- sort at Makawao, Maui owned by
Mrs. It. IX Bailey, including lot of
Five Acres. Jim-go. hotel, fully fur
nished. CiimSui unexcelled.
For ternis, Vte., apply to
. JAS. L. COKE,
Application for four licenses to sell
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spirituous liquors in uauuitu iiue
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feon passed upon oy me iiimmu:u
llieialj and referred to Sheriff Bald
win, wlic jt is claimed, being uaabto
to decide betweert the adverse uppli-.
cants, has referred tW- whole mat
ter back to Honolulu. Two'6f"ihe
licenses at least should bo granted."
' one for the Maui Hotel and one at
some suitable place on Market street.
Tho Kihoi 'plantation has let a
' contract to Engineer P. E. Lamar
to construct an immense reservoir
: above Camp 3, Kiliei. at the 420 foot
level. The reservoir, will cover an
area of oft acres, and witl'average 1.")
feet in depth, containing when full
'350,01)0,(100 gallons. "Hie dam will
be over SOOUfcct in length, built of
earth 100 feet wide at tho bas 5 and
2j feet wide at tlitf top. It will take
several months to eomr-lete it.
A soft, easy-fit
ting durable. sho3,
suited for all kinds
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801 E AGENTS
AN ELECTRIC PLANT.
Fop Wailuku and Kaliului.
It will be gratifying to the people
of Wailuku and Kahului to learn
that there ; Is now a movement on
foot to install an electric plant here.
Careful estimates have been mad as
to the cost of the plant and the
number of lights whi"h will bo need
ed to make the enterprise a success.
i;,0(0 will fully equip the plant and
put it in operation, but a company
will probubiy be organized with 10,.
Attorney George Hons of Wailuku,
who is taking a leading part in the
organization of this company, states
that there will be no "promoters',
stock," but that tho affair will be en
tirely co-operative. .Grimwood &
Richardson, who are Also interested
in the proposition, will supply a large
percentage of the materials on easy
Mr. Hons stages 'that if three hun
dred lights can bo secured as a start
er, the enterprise Sv'il'l probably be
started. Four hundred lights will
make it a fairly good investment and
five hundred lights will Thakc it a
very desirable one, During a brief
canvas in Kahului over forty lights
were secured, without application
having been made to tho Kahului
store or the railway company. With'
what they and others in Kahului will
require it is probable that al least!
one hundred lights will be taken
there. Mr. Hons states that in a
brief canvas which he made in Wai-!
luku he secured over 250 lights, andj
it is quite certain that over four.'
hundred lights can be secured to
start with. . The lights will be six
teen candle power, and will cost sev
enty.fivo cents per month each,
when six or more lights are takenlby
one part'. From one to five, the
lights will be rated higher per month.
As soon as a sufficient number of
lights have been secured, tho enter
prise will be pushed to completion as
rapidly as possible. The plant will
be established at the Maui Soda &
lee works, and wires will be run
thrnce to Wailuku and Kaliului. The
matter of securing a franchise and
right of way has not yet been Inves
tigated, and may cause some delay.
Chapter of Accidents.
On last Saturday, Kalania Free
man, a little. Hawaiian irl, about
three yeui-3 of ago was fatally burn
ed at Waihee.
Her mother had just made a tire
in the stove to cook supper -Red had
left the room for a moment. Hear
ing the cries of the child she return
ed and found its clothing in flames.
1 The little one lingered for two days,
dying- .on Monday.
On Sunday, little Billee," a form
er typo of tho N";ivs was coasting
down Main street on Lis b'J-'C,. nr.'l
attempted to turn the corner in front
of Hnos &Co.'s store at full speed.
His feet gliiped from the pedal and
his bike ran full tilt against the
stone 'coping 'of the sidewalk, smash
ing the front wheel. Little Billee
described a parabolic curve, carom
ing head first against the door of
Enos & Ctv.-i'store with a crash that
waked all 'the .babies in tho block,
i-evealingTo Billee the distinct out
lines of a ten tailed comet. He lay
uneoneious P'u- a few minutes, but
Dr. Raymond, who happened to be
passing, evivft.ined him and found
that he hlW suffered no serious
On .Monday afternoon, Mr. de
Rego. father '6f Antono do Rego of
the lad Stables was driving a spirit
i d team wliiL'h'ran -a way at the cornel-
of Mali, and .'Market stive',
turning down Main street toward
the Wailuku. depot. Swerving to one
side they ran over a rock, -.throwing
Mr. de Rcg'o from his seat on the ex
pi ess wagon which he was driving.
He fell under. the'wugon between the
horses, but lic'fd to the lines and was
dragged on the 'ground nearly fifty
yards," before the' 'team ran into tao
fence I'and ' stopped. Mr. de Rego
was' not hurt' and the 'wagon suffered
but little damage.
On the same afternoon, William
Dunne, a colored Tennesseean, who
was lireman oa the engine of the
eune trai.i which runs between Wai
hee and Wailuku f elf from the engine
and' received a severe cut on the
buck of his head. Mr. Wells had him
taken at once to Dr. "Wedd'x-k's office
where his wound was treated, after
which Tse warf senf it; tha hospital for
In The Old Town.
By Thursday's tiles of Honolulu
papers it seems that a real monkey
and parrot time has fallen upon the
metropolis. Editor Smith has been
arrested upon a charge of perjury,
urising out of his testimony before
the grand jury.
L. A. Thurston was fined $100 by
Judge Humphrey for refusing to dis
close to the grand jury the name of a
client who had told him about certain
crooked transactions with members
of the legislature, and ordered im
prisoned till he would Consent to
divulge. Lansing and McCandless
are also on the rack for alleged con
tempt. Attorney General Dole and
the Court are indulging in honied
compliments, and Tom Fitch says
that Cooper aint governor nohow.
The Attorney General made some
ill advised and uncalled for remarks
about the United States army, navy
and a largo contingent of the civil
service being behind the governor of
Hawaii, and Judge Humphrey made
a whole lot more ill advised and un
called for remarks about not being
afraid of the whole United States
army with the Oklahoma militia
thrown in, as long as ho has an ap
pointment as judge, signed by Mc
Kinley, in his pocket.
Further particulars will be await
ed with interest.
"The Gypsy Queen."
A musical treat is in stove for the
people of Wailuku on June (!. The
teachers and pupils of the Wailuku
Grammar School are preparing to
produce the operetta, "The Gypsy
Queen", under the management of
Miss Nape, and a rare treat may be
expected. The leading role, the
Gypsy Queen, will be taken by Miss
Nape, the Fairy Queen by Miss Hons,
and the minor parts and the chorus
will bo taken by the pupils. Mrs.
McKay tho principal of. the Wailuku
school, end Mrs. Austin of the Wai
kapu school will also ta-k-en an active
part in the production of the op
eretta, and several gentlemen have
promised to assist in the musical
part of the performance.
The object of tho entertainment is
to raise funds to pay for tho school
piano, and there is no doubt but
there will bo a large house, uot only
to help a good cause but also to en
joy some delightful music and the
production of a charming operetta.
The management of the Maui Ho
tel has kindly consented to place
tickets for sale, consequently on and
after Monday tickets for the enter
tainment can be had at tho office of
the hotel. General admission, fifty
cents; children half price; reserved
seats one dollar.
Work'is progressing satisfactorily i
on the grounds of the Maui Athletic
Club Thc-ground has been plowed,
and will be burrowed at once. It is
thought that 'the diamond will be
ready by June 11, at which it is pro
posed to play a tjanie of busebail be
tween the Wailuku nine and either
the Ulupalakua or Spreckclsville
nine, probably the former.
An interesting game of , ball was
played ut Kahului last Sunday after
noon, tho Wailuku team being match
ed against a scratch Spreckclsville
team. The game Was only for
practice, and some 'of ' the nnen in
each team did some good work.
- On last Saturday afternoon, the
Makawao boys played polo at the
seminary, but our Kpecial reporter
who was sent to report the game
had uot returned up to the hour1 of
goinsr to press this morning.
There will bo a meeting of the !vAs
sociation at the Court house on Mon
day evening and a full attendance is
dune Term of Circuit Court.
The Juno term of the Circuit Court
will convene at Wailuku on Juno ti.
There are live ' appealed criminal
cases ' and seventeen committal
cases. The latter will probably be
enquired into by a grand jury und
indictments filed before trial.
There are '22 civil cases on the
calendar, but it is not likely that
many of them will come to trial,
.fudge Kalua is disqualified in a
number of cases and another Circuit
Judge, Ed'mgs possibly, 'will 'be on
haiid Id try SucU iunxa.
If you are coming to attend the
jury term at Wailuku, write or tele
phone to the Windsor Hotel and en
Mr. Wm. Thompson, T. H. Davies'
pri'e drummer, and C. Vale Stur
levaht, another drummer for the
same house, have been selling Maui
Miss Laura Wells, daughter of
Manager Wells of Wailuku, was
quite successfully treated by a Phil
adelphia oculist, and will soon be able
to begin her studies at Bryn Mwr.
Judge Kepoikai left on last night's
Kltiau for Honolulu, to attend the
Court of Claims which will convene
next Monday. He will return to
Wailuku to attended the Juno term
of the Circuit Court.
A number of obstreperous Hono
lulu drummers made life such a bur
den to Mayor Matt. McCann of La
hainft last week by their "horse
play" that he was compelled in self
defense to rig up a box stall for them,
and treated them to nothing stronger
than bran mash.
Mr. Richardson, of Grimwood &
Richardson, Honolulu, came over on
Tuesday's Kinau, and took a run up
to Huelo on business, returnirg to
Honolulu last night. He U much
pleased . with the outlook for an
electric plant in Wailuku and says
it will pay, "just like getting money
Mr. John W. Ensign, representing
the American Car & Foundry Co. of
St. Louis, the largest freight ear
manufactory in the United States,
is looking up business for his com
pany on Maui. This firm has al
ready turned out a number of cane
cars lor the different plantations,
and also sold largely to the Oaliu
R. R. Co.
MAUI HOTEL ARRIVALS.
D. -Walsh, Berlin, N. H.; Geo.
Mayfield, Spreckclsville; C. P. Morse,
Honolulu; Edw. Mathews, S. F.;Wm.
Thompson, Jus. T. Taylor, F. F.
Richardson, Honolulu; J. W. Enaigr,
Huntington, W. V.; E. Kruse, Olo
walu; F, Klamp, Honolulu; L. Barck
hausen, Lahaina; L. R. Crook, Ulu
palakuu; A. A. Brayraer, C. Vale
Notice To Creditors.
The umlerHiKiKMl, huvlug l;ea duly appointed
luaporury Administrators ot tb E:tuto of
Willium (Joodncss lute of WailuUu, Muni, rte.
ceused, liiii'uby give uotlcu to ull ereditimiof I!.?
deceased, to pnweut their clulinx, duly nutheu-
tlcntoil, Willi pr iper voucher, even if the mine
U secured .ly aiortiraxo upon jrul estate, to
them at Wuiluku, Maul, witlilu six months from
the dulo hereof, or they will he foroTer hurred
A. N. iCKWHKAI,
W". V. 1'OIIUK,
3. V. KKUK,
Temporary Administrators of tho Kit'.uto f
Wailuku. Maul, Muy ill, l'.ml.
IX C1KCU1T COURT OK THE SECOND
Circuit Territory cr V wU.
in" fo'i'iV .W of the Kstato of)
John A. Moortf. late of Luhul-
uu, Maui, deceased lattsrate. I
On reading und'U'.ing ,h" 1'eiitlon of Mrs.
Alien M. Hi ho;), cuOr.iRou, United Statu! of
America, duuguter oftducoHsed, alloglnn that
John A. Moore cf Lahiilna, Maui, died lutestste
at Lahaina, Maui, on he 27th day of Mim-b.
lIKJl uud IcavluK Kstato tvi--'.tk'' jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to bo t'.dnilul.-.t'cretl hpoi,
ami praying that LmUcm of Administration
lAU.i to liuo. II. Houortsou.
It is ordered that Thursday, Juuo Sith, m d,
at ten o'clock A. M., lie and hereby is appointed
for hearing said Petition in the Court Koom of
this Court at WailuUu, Maul, al which lime
and plaeo all persons coucerncJ may uppeur
nut show cuuko. If auy they huvo why said
l'etitiou should not be grunted.
Dated WailuUu, Maui, May I nth,
ISi'hI) H.v the Court.
(Sigu.dl JAS. X. K. KEOI.A,
Messrs A. C. Dowsett and George
'Weight have been respectively ap
pointed this day, Chairman and
'member of ihe Lanai Road Board,
Island of Lmiai, Territory of Hawaii.
JAMES H. BOYD.
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
'Honolulu, May !, HKil.
wXTCtt'MAKEU, J EWEI.EH A Ol'TlfiAX.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods1 and Work Guaranteed as
P. 0. Box 827.
Xii For- St.
Gencenl line of Athletic and
Writs for Cnta'ofcucf--.
PEARSON & POTTER CO Lt'd.
Q9A Fnsr t - a n r- tba
P. O. Cox 784,
Having Sold off Old
j Hats and Shoes.
$ Notably California
CI.kkIs Deli ve ro d. at Wuiluku. Wuilioi; and Waikupu.
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INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent s..-ioct.ion com-
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Return Heads, Qua;-tci-and Ilali ' TIM 1 m t
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Astragals. liaseaud Hand mould
ing Wainscoting, Caiis, Cornices,
Casing-s, Frames, (-.indows and
door), Stair and Porch Kails,!
Sash, Boors & Blinds
all sizes sr.d styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Kedwood LumbcM- -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
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On D'( r.nbcr 1st I wih op.M m
(llice for general liusimss at tin
MaVai Ewa corner of Kihg ar.O
l!!'!;-ti-ects, Honolulu, down stairs
All bus:nc.-,s of wlaitovcr nature
in trusted to me by inj Maui iii'l'i
bars will be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
.... Si'ad 7.'x: Si;0D $1.23
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THE MAIL ORDER HOUSh'.
The attention of the people of Maui is
called to our facilities for fillin"; mail
orders. Orders or inquiries for goods
not carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful uttention. Do not hesitate to
call on us. wo are pleased to serve you.
I THE BLICK, $
(f No. 5, $40.00 No. 7 $50.00
And enlarged my sloro I now
curry a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes and Underwear on
tho way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
Bacon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full line of fresh
earned jroods und fruits.
Pears, Peaches, Plnms
Call and examine my Stoclc.
Yoj wiii fin J just what yau want
at t'10 riglit PrJce
Telegrams to ail Points ct
j Hawaii, Laual and Oahu
can now hz forwarded bv
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MS mill-sun's rpte
$2:33 per nsssag:
Central Station for Mr ill at
California Harness S'.op. S.iccil
attention given to Islu-i 1 Pliitatld
orders. Harness, Saddles, Spur:
Hits, etc.. etc. Largest as.vN nci i
of whips in Honolulr. All urvd-i -.va:
ra'ited as repi-ev..ited. at'CaV." tra'l
D. O. HAVIVIAN'
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