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Andrew Fairlcy died this morning
at 8:40 a. m. at Kihci.
If you want neat and cheap job
work done while you wait, call at the
News job office.
Heavy showers of needed rain have
extended over central Maui for the
past three days.
Wailuku was becoming o,u'tte hot
and dusty till the lveent rain laid the
dust and cooled the temperature to
a normal condition.
The June term of the Circuit Court
convenes at Wailuku on Wednesday,
June 5, at 10 o'clock-.
t Attention is called to the notice of
the Fire Claims Commission on the
f ll-iirrl micro ff this ismm.
Mrs. A. J. llodtigues, dressmaker,
I has the agency for BUTTERICK'S
L" llldlvno Kir W1U ISIUIIU WrtUl.
Jj you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful to.'ithwash. write to
Hack fold & Co., Honolulu, for ODOL.
Dont miss the "Operetta" at the
Wailuku school house next Thursday
evening, June . It will afford a
J rare treat to music lovers.
Work is being pushed on the Maui
J Athletic, Associations ground at
Well' Park, with the view of having
them ready for a game ol base ball
Ion Juno 11.
With both a grand and a petit jury
at work in Wailuku next week, to
say nothing of witnesses, lawyeis
and casuals, a busy time may be
i expected. .
i The road board should take official
;! notice of tha crossing Of tha recently
created slough at Ivahului. This
I'nvneinrr i il fllflimllt. llllll d 111! (VI'VOllS.
and should be filled in if possible.
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku held
their usual bi-weekly meeting yester
day afternoon at the Windsor Hotel.
,They are quite busy makiug articles
'or a church fair to be held later.
The Alice Kimball will bo sold at
public auction at the custom house,
Ivahului on Monday at noon by Auc
tioneer Baldwin. Admiral Green
is reported to be a prospective bid
der. Tho young men of Spreckelsville
will mva a dance on the lanai of
Manager Lowrie's residence . this
evening. A special train will leave
Wailuku denot at 0.45 sharp this
evening for Spreckelsville.
" Attorney George Hons will sell a
choice lot of well bred Lanai mares
and colts at public auction today at
noon, at the Bismaik stables. These
animals were bred by F. II. Haysel
den. on Lanai. and are mostly "Con
FOR SALE. Tho Kawaapae lie-
sort at Makawao, Maui owned by
Mrs II. B. IJ-i'lev. iiveluding lot of
Five Acres. Large hotel, fully fur
nished. Climate unexcelled.
For terms, etc., apply to
JAS. L. COKE,
A. Rodrigues is receiving a full
tine of gent's underwear by the Emily
F. Whitney direct from San 1- runcis
ThU is a choice lot aud will
repay inspection, when opened up
He is also receiving weekly ship
ments of pineapples from the cela
hru.tc-.cl D. D. Baldwin pinery at
: Hainan & Son
A soft, easy fit
ting durab le shoe
suited for all kinds
In The Metropolis
Tho trouble between the "mission
aries and the boxers, m Honolulu
uis assumed an acute phase, and
every steamer brings startling devel
opments. Attorneys Kinney, Dal km and
Hartwell, on behalf of their client,
Walter G. Smith, moved for a change
of venue, and in support of the motion
(Hod ou affidavit in which severe ref
erence was made to the peisonal
weaknesses" of Judge Humphreys,
who thereupon found the three at
torneys guilty of contempt of court
and sentenced each of them to thirty
days imprisonment. Acting Governor
Cooper thereupon issued a pardon to
ueli of the attorneys, and the whole
affair seems to have simmered down
to a contest between Judge Humph
reys mid Governor Cooper, as to
whether tho former can issue miti-
muses faster than the latter can issue
While there is Lttle doubt but taat
the rulings of Judge Humphreys are
technically correct, s'till tho sympa
thies of tho people of Maui generally
are with the conservative element of
the republican party in Honolulu, for
the reason that it is felt that Judge
Humphreys is unduly severe, and
further that he has allowed his per
sonal feelings to sway him.
A very prettv little fight is on, and
it will bo a light to tbe finish, with
plenty of startling developments to
come. Unght and brainy men are
enlisted on either side, and while the
interference of Governor Cooper with
ready pardons might under other
ircumstances be viewed with grave
concern by those who wish to see the
laws enforced and the dignity of the
courts upheld, yet the presont
trouble is generally regarded by the
people as a little family row which it
is better for the parties interested
to settle as they can.
Since the above was'written, Hon
olulu papers of Thursday have arriv
ed, from which it is learned that the
Bar Association of Honolulu have
adopted a resolution to present
formal charges against Judge
Humphreys and ask his removal by
Maul Racing Association.
On Monday evening the Maui Rac
ing Association held a meeting at
Wailuku, at which the following pro
gram of July races was adopted:
1. Bicycle Race, J. mile dasli for
amateurs; first prize, $20, second
prized, !?5. Entrance fee, $2.50.
I. Running Race, J mile dash, free
for all Maui bred maiden horses;
3. Trotting aud Pacing to Harness,
mile heats best two in three; free for
all, three minute class; purse, $75.
4. Running Race, : mile dash, free
for all Hawaii bred horcc; purse, $50.
5. Running Race. mile dash, free
for all Maui bred ponies 14 hands
and under, to carry 100 lbs; purse,
ti. Trot tir.g and pacing, best two
in three, free lor all Maui maiden
horses; pur:;e, $50.
7. Pony ruining race, J miles dash,
14 hands and under, to carry 100
lbs.; purse; $40.
8. Mules Race, J milo dash, catch
weights; purse, $50.
0. Japanese 1 lace, J mile dash, free
for all, Japanese riders o.ily; purse)
10. Foot Race, 100 yards dash;
All entries to close on Saturday,
June 2'J, at 2 P. M., except the biey
cle and foot races for which entries
will close 10 minutes before the race
Quite a number of changes take
place on the Wailuku Plantation to
day. A . G. Ogg, former head over'
seer at Waiheo will come to Wailuku
and accent the position' of assistant
manager during Mr. Wells' absence.
Mr. J. W. Marshall, present head
overseer at 'A ailuk'u will go to Wai-
hee t takr ;he position vacated by
Mr. Ogg. lobt. i'Clowskl will sue
ceed Mr. Marshall as head overseer
at Wailuku, a id Mr. Frank Summer
field will succeed Mr. Peptowski as
irrigating lima. Mr. Ogg will occupy
the mauager'b house at Wailuku, and
Mr. l'eplowbki will occupy tho Mar
. i i .Lily, Managoiv.AVol bod
. . i-t fur tax months tour
principal cities of Europe before his
return, late in December or early in
Probable Attempted Robbery.
On last Saturday evening, Tnmeda
Saku, a Japanese ot Camp."), Spreck
elsville, was assaulted and seriously
wounded by William Stally, a negro
who had arrived the week before
The Japanese claims that the ne
gro attempted to rob him and I hat
he resisted and threw the negro
down, whereupon tho latter drew a
jack knife und stabbed him eight or
nine times. The Japanese was con
veyed to the hospital at Spreckels
ville for treatment, and will probably
The negro claims that the Japan
ese committed an unprovoked assault
upon him and that lie did the stab
bing in self defense. The negro was
arrested and is being held for exam
The majority of the negroes at
Camp, f who are a respectable and
industrious class of people, feel deeply
chagrined at the occurrence, as
they feel that it will unjustly preju
dice all of them in the eyes of the
Islands. Consequently they called a
mass meeting and adopted a. lengthy
resolution touching tho matter, in
which they ask in a manly way that
they be not judgod harshly as a class,
on account of a ruffianly assault by a
negro with whom they have nothing
in common. A copy of the resolutions
was sent to the Ni.ws for publication,
but was too lengthy to be used in
- Tho Japanese of Spreckelsville
have threaned to do up the negroes
at Camp 5, and also to go on a strike
till all the negroes be sent away from
the plantation, but better counsels
have prevailed, and no further troub
le is anticipated.
Makawao Teachers Meeting.
(The following communication was
received last week, but too late for
The May meeting of the Makawao
Teachers' Circle was held at Maka
wao last Monday afternoon. Teach
ers were pieseiit from Spreckels-
ille, Paia, Hamakuappko, Haiku,
Huelo, Kaupakulua, Makawao and
Miss Oss spoke of "Geography for
First Year's Pupils." She quoted
from the course of study and said
that all the first year's work in
nature study should be carried on by
observation and oral lessons, and
that no written work should be at
tempted. A very thorough and interesting
lesson from the "American Poems"
was led by Mrs. Sabey. The life of
Lowell was read -J commented on.
The Preludo to Part First and Part
First of "The Vision of Sir Launfai
wero read and discussed.
Mr. and Mrs. Thwing were present
at the meeting. Mr. Thwing in a
few words' spoke of his work in
schools in China and contrasted that
with the work in Hawaiian school:
the program lor the meeting ou
the seventeenth of June will be as
"Vision of Sir Launful." Miss
Meteorology in the Priinany, Inter
mediate and Advanced Classes. Mr.
Closing Exercises for the Ordinal
Hawaiian Schools. Miss Crook.
Comets, Mr. D. D. Baldwin.
W4(ldin& Bells at Kahulul. .'
Yesterclav at noou, D. U. Davis,
better known to his hosts of friends
us "Dickie" Davis, of the Honolulu
Moat Co., was married to Miss
Jessie, duut'ht-jr of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kirklund, of Kahului, Rev E. U.
The weddinj' was a private and
informal ail'air, only a few very
Intimate friends beintf present. The
wedded couple took this morning's
Kinau for Honolulu where they will
make their home. IJotli of them are
quite popular, and have hosts of
freinds to wish them a long una
happy married life.
DAVIS KIRKLAND At Kahului.
May 31, l!0l, by Rev. E. G. Heck,
with-, D. H. Davis of Honolulu and
Miss Jessie liirkland, of Kahului.
HOPE. At Wailuku, Maul, May
2."), 1001, Irine Oertuule . Hope,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs."T. F. P.'opt
a'ed 1 rear "aud i inont'.s.
AVhen you oome to Wailuku stop at
Mr. Hageneamp has come to Wai
luku to reside permanently.
John Bloom, one of the California
mioors leaves on the Kinau tonight
for the coast.
"Dickie" Davis and Will Lucas are
visiting Maui this week, on business
and pleasure combined.
Mr. James Tuthiil of Gregg A Co.
is on Maui this weel;, attending to
the interests of his firm.
Mayor McCann of Lnn.jina paid
Wailuku a short but pleasant visit
on Thursday. He reports everything
prosperous at Lalialna.
Benoit& Gonsalves have dissolved
partnership in the harness business,
and Mr. Gonsalves will continue to
conduct the business at the Iao
A. A. Braynier, wh lias been sell
ing up the Mauds during the l?t
week in the interests of tho Von
Hamm Youug Co., left on last night's
Kinau for Honolulu.
School Inspector Keliinoi has been
visiting the schools in tho Makena
and Ulupalakua districts, and re
ports that good work is being done
by the teachers up that way.
Mr. W. S" Nicoll, bookeeper at
Hamakuapoko Plantation, left on
last nights Kinau, for a trip to Scot
land, accompanied by his wife. He
will be gone till about the first of
September and his place will be filled
during his absence by Mr. R O.
Tim undoralKicd, havint; been duly appointed
impornry Ailmluislrators or the Katatu ot
William Ciooilnos-: la'.v of Wailuku, Maul, itc
ctiasyd, hereby wive UD' ice to nil creditors of li.c
deceased, to present their claim, duly utttiicU'
ticutcd, with pr-ipor vouchers, even if til" sunn?
Ia secured .by mnrtirntro upon real estate, to
them at Wailuku, Waul, within six months from
the date hereof, or they will be forever barred.
A. N. .vKPOIKAJ,
W. F. POUUK,
J. V. KKBB,
Temporary Administrators of the Kstato ot
YVailukU( Maui, May Sf, HUM.
IX CIRCUIT COVitT OP T1IK SKCOXO
Circuit Territory rr Hawaii.
In ro Matter of the Mstnto of)
.Toun A. Moore, late of Lahnl J-
ua, Maui, duceased tutis' ato. I
On readinK ami tiling tho 1'olition of Mr.i.
Alien M. Bishop, of Oregon, United States of
America, daughter of deceased, alleging that
Johu A. Moore cf Lahalua, Maui, died intct-tute
at Lahaiua, Muul. ou the ith day or March,
I'.lill and leaving Kstato within the juri.-dict ion
of tills Court necessary to be administered upuii
and praying that Ltter. of Adminlsi ration
is.iue to Goo. U. Iiobertson.
It Is ordered that Thurliiy, Juno SJtli, lir.il,
at ten o'clock A. M., lie and hereby Is upi: Jhit'',!
for hearing said Petition in the ('oar, ltoom ot
this Court at Wailuku, Maul, nt wliL'h tint '
and place nil persons coueerucd may apie:iv
aul show cause, if any they huvo why said
Pet 1' ion should not bo granted.
Dated Wailuku, Maui, May 1Mb, HOI.
(Real) ' lis the Court.
(Signed) JAS. !s lv. Ki:OLA
Messrs A. C. Dowsett and George
Weight have bepn respectively ap
pointed this day, Chairman und
member of the Lanai Road Hoard,
Island of Lanai, Territory of Hawaii.
JAMES H. BOYD.
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, May !, 1901.
Fire CFaims Commission.
Pursuant to ACT 15 of the Legis
lature of Hawaii, notice is hereby
jivpn that said Coininission will, be
ginning on Friday the 31st day of
May A. D. 1!01, at tlio hour of !.:()
A. M., hold public sessions at the
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce,
Campbell Dlock, corner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. Honolulu, H. T.,
for the purposo of hearing and ex
amining proofs of alleged losses as
provided in said Act.
F. W. MACFARLAXE.
Dated May 27, 1901.
M. R. COUXTEU.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
Mail order returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed Tfc
General tine of Athletic and
S;joiiin.t Go ids.
Writs foi- CiUu'tu;3.
PEARSON k POTTER CO Lt d.
P.O. Bex 734,
. V "k- -TV
Having Sold off Old.
j Hats and Shoes,
i Complete Assortment
Pears, Peaches, Plums 0
Call and examine my Stock, t
You will find just what yeu want i
at the right Price f
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wuihoo and Waikapu. a
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH!
An excellent selection coin-j
vjrown, .ruig vi)'c, Aii.s'.'igs,
Keturn lV:ids, Quai'ter nnd Half
K.snud, P. Ci.. (!. G. & Uead Stops
A diMiiiils. ,is(.and 1 J.ind mould
ing Vv'aiii.scDting, C!,ips. Cornices
Casings. Fi-ano.. (h!dows and
ch.(,i ). Stair and Torch Kails,
S.ish, Doors & Blinds
tiii sizes and styles
Ner'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwo.id Lumber -Surfaced
. Cednr, Spruce, Ash, Osk
KAIICLUl RAILROAD CO
On December 1st I will o:ien ui
ol'iiec for general business at tin
MaVai Ewa coriv?r of Kit tr and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down tairs
All business nf whatever nature
int runted to me by my Maui uoijjh
bars be promptly attended to.
C. II. DICKEY.
... . -S. ad 7.1e 1.(M) 81.25
or 1 .." for'a niee b.is of Chocolates
and conf.-K-.tlons. sent jsost or fn-iglit
free tti any prrt ;f the island..
Hart Zf 'Col,- Ltd.
The E'.it.- 1 v .-en' IV. i lor.
p . v. I
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of the people of Maui is
called to our facilities for filling mail
order, Orders or inquiries for foods
not carried by us receive prompt and
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cull on us. we are pleased ' serve you.
0 THE BLSCKi 0
5 m r-., i
No. G, $40. OO No. 7 $50.00
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And or.luigvd my si ore I now
carry u new stueic x
Ladies' riress Goods A
A largo con sign in cut of l
Shoos and Underwear on
the way from Sun Fnmcisco. A
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diiiinond S. Hams,
Wncon and SiSver Leaf i
Lard. Full lino of fresh (
earned irotids and fruits. f
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Telsjjrams to all liints o'
fia Wall, Li'.Sllij a:vi Oallll
TWClltV C3HlS 06 VOfd
.$2.09 p3r irsiagc
Cental St Atio i fo:- Alsulat
California Ih.n.ess S'iop. Specii
attenlion a'wi w t.) Ihi;;:i l'l:'' t iiio;
orders. Harness, S.uld'es, Spun
Dils. ete.. f ie. 1 Large.-t assort inM '
of whips in Ho::o:i: . All goilds wa'
ranted as ivpiv.-.r ,;to;;, at Caiifonr.i
D.O. H AMMAN:
Lincoln X i. 117 Kin 'I'.nti
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