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Mrs. A.J. Rodrigues, dre.ssmaken
has the agency for BUTTERICK S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui.
If you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful tooth wash, write to
Hackfcld & Co., Honolulu, forODOL.
The contract for carrying the
mail between Wailuku and Lahaina
has been awarded to Atitone do Rcgo
of the lao Stables, for $2(1(10.
Three thousand two hundred Chin
ese have been registered on Maui,
and there arc about -ill more that
are known of. to be rental ered.
Rev. E. J. II. Van DeciTm of Ko
hala will conduct divine services at
the Anglican Church, Wailuku, to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
Bring your job work to the News
office. The June term calendar and
the program of the Operetta are
samples of what this office is doing.
The Maui Hotel is crowed to over
flowing with guests this iveek, but
Manager Field is proving himself a
capablo host in the matter of provid
ing for his guests.
Another performance of the Gypsy
(Jueeu will bo given at the school
house this evening, beginning at
7.30., at matinee prices. It is good
enough to see and enjoy twice.
Hawley's, in the Boston Building,
Honolulu, over Henry May & Co.
have the latest tiunmed and untrim
med shirt waist hats, from 25 cents
up. They are very chic. Write fcr
! Wailuku was visited by a delight
; " ful shower on Weduesclay evening,
which laid the dust nicely, and cool
ed oif air to that temperature which
j makes tho Honolulaus enjoy being
here. Nothing like it.
Dr. Raymond and family came
j over on the Claudine, and are com
: fortably domiciled in their new home
at Waikapu. Tim doctor will open
' an office in the Kepoikai block on
Market street, adjoining Lovejoy &
1 Co., shortly. .
The necessary funds have been
raised to build the teachers' resi
dence at Alexander Hall, and work
will bo begun at once. Work will
also soon be commeuced on the con
struction of the Chinese church, in
the rear of the settlement building.
The Maui hotel has been granted
a license to sell liquors, which is quite
proper, No regular bar will bo es
tablished, but the guests will be
furnished with drinkables, without
being compelled to buy a caso at a
.time and guzzle it down in their
FOR SALE. The Kawaapae lie
sort at Makawao, Maui owned by
MrsvH. B. Bailey, including lot of
Five Acres. Large hotel, fully fur
nished. Climate unexcelled.
For terms, etc., apply to
JAS. L. COKE,
The plan of conveying the Nahiku
cane to the Hana Mill is still in
:abeyancc, but there is no doubt but
ithat it will be done later. Manager
. Gierdrum is still on the coast, and
will probably visit Norway before his
' return. A new nine roller mill ior
tho liana Plantation is one of the
strong probabilities in the not dis.
Kanan & Soil
. A soft, easy fit-
.tin dura bie.fthoe, 4V
suited for al! kinds
oi wear. V
The bank of maui.
To be Established In
the Newh has long urged the es
tablishment of a bank at Wailuku,
believing that there was a good field
for such an institution here; and now
the truth has become so self evident
that others begin to see the matter
in the same light; and steps ore be
ing taken to establish a general
banking institution here in tho im
Mr. Chas. 1). Lufkin former paying
teller of the First National Hunk of
Hawaii has been investigating the
proposition for some months, and,
encouraged by the advice of Mr.
Cecil Brown and other prominent
bankers of Honolulu, will establish
a bank here with a capital of stock
of 125.000. Several of the wealthiest
and most prominent business men of
Maui have already stated that they
will subscribe to tho capital stock
and in other wa3's help the enter
Parties in Honolulu have offered
to advance all the capital, but for
obvious reasons the offer was refused
as it is preferable to interest Maui men
and capital exclusively in tho bank.
No subscriptions will be taken from
any one party for moro than $2500,
and it is desired to place the stock in
the hands of as many of tho leading
business men of Maui as possible.
To incorporate under the laws of
the territory would require a paid
up capital stock of $100,000, which
is more than will be needed, and to
incorporate as a national bank would
preclude the privilege of loaning
money on real estate, consequently,
the bank wiil at first simply operate
as a private company.
Mr. Lufkin, who will personally
manage tho allairs of the bank is a
gentleman of ripe experience in such
matters, and it is safe to concede
that the capital stock of the Bank
of Maui will prove to be one of the
safest and best interest paying in
investments on the Island.
A Delightful Operetta.
The pleasure loving public of Wai
luku are under a deep debt of grati
tude to the teachers of the Wailuku
Grammar School and their kind as
sistants for a most charming enter
tainment on Thursday evening.
The operetta told the pretty story
of a charming Tyrolean maiden
stolen from her homo by the gypsies.
Escauinsr from her captors, she
wanders alone through the forest,
and at night lies down to sleep on
enchanted ground of the fairies
Here she is found by the queer, of tho
fairies and her train of attendants.
Charmed with her beauty, the fairies
offer rich gifts and beg her to be
come one of them, but she sings so
sweet and sad a song of home, that
the hearts of tho fairies are deeply
touched, and they transport her
back to her home and 'tire arms of
her Tyrolean playliient's.
Mrs. Austin as Mother Griift, Miss
Nape as the stolen Tyrolean 'Maiden
and Miss Hons as queen of the fairies
were beyond criticism in the exqui
site perfection of their characterlza
tions, and.. tho gypsy girls, fairies
and Tvrolcan lads and lasses 'gave,
an excellent support to the ;princi
pal characters. The vocal music was
very sweet, and was delightfully
rendered, eliciting enthusiastic en
cores. Mr. G. B. Shrader presided
at tho piano, and his playing added
very materially to the success of the
Miss Nape who as mu-ical director
took the lead in tho production of
the operetta and trained the children,
has added laurels to her already
we'l established reputation, and it is
to bo hoped that the generous en
thusiasm which her efforts met en
Thursday evening will encourage bet
to produce, qther operettas in the
future. TJip entertainment was a
decided tuccess financially; netting
about 150, which will finish payin
for the pian'o.
Acceding 6 general request, this
entertainment will be repeated this
evening at 7.30 at the sci:oo!house
at half pr,icc, and no doubt wHltiraw
another large house.
MACl HOTEL ARRIVALS'
Mr. Pancoast, A. E. Cory, F.E.
Richardson, Clias. D. Lufkin, W. F
Drake, Ei Brecht, J. K. Emerson'
C. T. Day; W. W. Packer, Honolulu
Dr. Wm. Peters, R. E. Ford, E. C.
IJor&feld, J.' -Law, Lahaina- John A
McCabe, Washington, I). C; W. E,
Shaw, H&n&'i W. E. Beck wi'.h, Paia
By Wireless Telegraph.
Honolulu, June 7. Professor Jor
dan of Stanford, accompanied by the
fish commission, arrived in Honolulu
by Wednesday's American Maru.
The Foraker law dealing with the
Porto Ricans has been upheld.
Tho U. S. Supremo Court has
handed down a decision that the con
stitution follows the flag, and will so
hold till legislated upon by congress,
as the whole matter lies in the hands
Duties on imported goods since an
ixation and prior to the going into
ITect of the Organic Act are illegal
ind must be refunded.
Maui Athletic Association.
On Monday evening, the Maui
Athletic Association held its regular
monthly meeting at the Court House
in Wailuku. From the report of the
secretary, it appears that a com
paratively small amount of money
has been so far collected and dis
bursed, but tho report of tho execu
tive committee shows that it has
been well expended, and the grounds
are in an advanced state of prppara
for a game of ball on June 11. The
grounds were reported to be practi
cally ready for the roller, and as
soon as funds are on hand that work
will be done.
A letter was. received from a like
association in Honolulu suggesting a
mutch game, and ua soon as the
grounds of the association are in
eadiness, a match game will pro
bably bp arranged.
The proposition of establishing
polo grounds and a lawn tennis court
were discussed, and it was decided
to establish them as soon as funds
are on hand.
Two Chinese Children Married.
On the 22nd inst., a queer mar
riage took place at Kamaole, Kula.
Ah Yit, half Chinese and half Ha
waiian, son of Ken Ton, was married
to a Chinese girl at the residence of
of Ken Ton. .
Each was about 12 years of age,
but as tho boy intends trt leaVe for
China to attend school there, it was
thought best by their parents to
perform the ceremony now, and lie
is to return for his wife as soon as he
graduates in China.
Ton Tou Lon, formerly a Chinese
school teacher at Kamaole officiated.
The attention of the ladies of Maui
is especially invited to a drive sale of
sofa cushion covers by the Coyne
Furniture Company of Honoklu.
This drive is for the especial benefit
of the ladies of Maui, and these
covers which sell readily in Honolulu
for 75 cents each, will for one month
be sold to the ladies of Maui at 25
cents each - stpaid. Samples of
these covers were sent to the News
office for inspection, and they are all
right. See their ad. at bottoTn of
fourth page, and wiito to them.
A premature , giant powder ex
plosion at Kailua, beyond Huelo
yesterday injured one man fatally
and another seriously.
X Japanese committed suicide yes
terday at Kaanapali by shooting
Salvation Army Meetings.
Saturday June 8. Band of Love
at 2 P. M. Opn air at 7 & Indoors
at 7.45 P. M.
Sunday, 0. Bible Class at ! A. M.
Jail meeting at 10 A. M Junior meet
ing at 3 P. M. Soldier's meeting at 4
P. M. Open air at 7 & Indoor' meet
at 7.43 P. M.
Monday 10. Japanese school 'ut 7
Friday 14. Japanese school at 7
Sunday, S). - Junior meeting at 1
Sunday 'J. Juinor meeting at 1
, 'Thursday, 13. Salvation meeting
SPREC'KLESVILLE, CAMP 1.
Junior meeting, Sunday !, at 11
Wednesday, 12. Salvation meet
ing at 7 P. M.
II AM A K U A l'OKO.
Tuesday, 11. Junior meeting at
3 P. M.
" Tuesday 11. Hoomamuiauuao
Church at 7 P. M. ., ,
J. II. Bumberry, Cant.
T. E. Richardson, of G rim wood &
Richardson, Honolulu, is on Maui
Judge A. N. Kepoikai left for Ho
nolulu last night, to sit on the Court
of Fire Claims. Ho will return to
Wailuku about the last of tho month.
W. E. Shaw, W. K. Schultze, B.
K. Kaivviaea, R. E. Wilber, Attorney
J. K. Saunders and Judge Joscpa of
Hana are on attendance at the pre
sent term of court t:t Wailuku.
Among the visitors from Lahaina
this week, are Matt McCaim, George
E. Dunn, Attorney John Richardson,
W. Decolo, R. C. Searle, Deputy
Sheriff Lindsay, Dr. Peters, Mr.
Law and John Richardson Jr.
R. A. Wadsworth, the genial and
popular proprietor of the Maui Soda
& Ice Works, says that he thinks of
making'a slight raise in the price of
ice temporarily, on account of tho
unusually hot woather prevailing in
the circuit court last Thursday
Notice is hereby given that I will
not bo responsible for any debts
hereafter contracted by my wife,
Almira M. Johnston.
Dated at'Spreckelsville, Maui, Juno
'Notice To Creditors.
Thu liuiliTsiHuuil, liiivlng tx'ou duly nppolutud
tumpurory Administrators of the KkIiUo or
WllllumUooduess lutes of Wulluku, Muni, iln
ciiuhixI, liuruhy kIvo notice to all crvililoinof tl.o
Ucna!(l, lo liroMcnttluilr claims, duly utitliru-
tlcatod, with proper vouchors, oven If thu tiiinic
Is seemed ,ly mortKUKO upon nial estate, tn
them nl, Wuiluhu, Muul, within six months lioiii
the date hereof, or they will be forever burred.
A. N. ivKI'OIKAI,
VV. F. pen; UK,
J. V. KUKlt,
Temporary Administrators of the Kytuto of
Wulluku, Maul, May BJ, Hull.
IN CIHCU1T COUUT OF THE SECONlJ
Circuit Territory cr Hawaii.
In ro Muttorof the Kstuto of
John A. Moore, lute of Luhal.
ua, Maul, deceused luleieutu. )
On reading uud tiling tho Peiltloii of Mih.
Allco M. Hishop, of Oregon, United States of
America, daughter of decnascd, alleging Unit
John A. Moore of I.uliainu, Muul, died iuteKlute
at Lahaina, Maul, on the !lth day of March,
l'.Mil and leaving Kstuto within tho Jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to bo administered upon
and praying that Letters of Administration
issue to Geo. II. Robertson.
It is ordered that Thursday, Juno S7tb, Mil,
at ten o'clock A. M., be and hereby Is appointed
for hearing said Petition in tho Court Hoom of
this Court ut Wailuku, Muul, ut which time
and pluco ull persons concerned may appear
uud show cause, if any they have why said
Petition should not bo groutod.
Dated Wailuku, Maul, May lMh, Itml.
(Seal) lly the Court.
(Signed) JAS. X. K. liKOLA,
Messrs A. C. Dowsett a'ild George
Weight have been respectively ap
pointed this day, Chairman and
member of tho Lanai Road Board,
Island of Lanai, Territory of Hawaii.
JAMES H. BOYD.
Supt. of Public Works.
Public Works Dept.
Honolulu, May l, 1901.
Fire Claims Commission.
Pursuant to ACT 15 of the - Legis
Iutyrc of Hawaii, notice is hereby
given that said Commission will, be
ginning on Friday the 31 t day of
May A. D. 1901, at the hour of !::!
A. M., hold public session.", at the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce,
Campbell Block, corner of Fort and
Merchant Streets, Honolulu, fl. T ,
for the purpose of hearing and ex
amining proofs of alleged losses as
provided in said Act.
F. W. MACFAP.LANE.
Dated May 27,'l90l.
M. R. COUNTER.
WATC'D-MAKEK, JEWEI.EU iV OVTH.'IAX. j
Mail orders returned jstao free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
General line of Athletic nml
Write iir Catolofc ioi.
PEARSON & POTTER CO Lt'd.
'J26 Fcrt St.
P. O. Box 704,
A. X RodrTguesI
Having Sold off Old
J Hats and Shoes.
J Complete Assortmsnl
I Notably California
L (Joods Delivered ut Wuiluku. Wuihou and Wiiiknru.
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INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Cov'e, Nosings,
Jieturn Bends, Qutu-ter and Half
Hound, P. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Kails,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
oil sizes and stylos
Nor'West Lumber - Siui'.icod
Redwood Lumber -.Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI UA1LROA D CO
On December 1st I will .;)'.:i to
ofliee for general bcsiui'ss at tl;(
Mi-.Vai Ewa cirr.er of Kh and
I!i't!:c! street.-:, Honolulu, down -ituir.i
j All businev: of vlmtevr nature
I intru...ted to ir.c o; mv M-iui r.elyli
bora w ill be- p:-.)iiijit' y atter.de.! to.
C. H. JJICKKY.
. . . . ?A 75: .') 1.2." I
or 1.."0 for a ni- e hix ii '"i.f-c.ati-i
! and eo;.;Votior.s. . t p.st or freight
! fre.'.- to I'.ny part o? t'.i- ; -i.o.iN.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of tho people of Maui in
called to our facilities foi filling mail
orders. Orders or hi(tiirs for goods
not carried by us receive prompt and
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iin'ciiui u I- iiii in in. .jm ii m iiaii m
call on us, we are pleased to serve you.
f THE BLICKi
No. 5. $40.00 No. 7 450.00 f
And enlarged my stoic I now
carry a new st.oc-'c of
Liitiioa' Dross Goods
A large con.si'.niiiipnt of
Shoes and Underwear on
tho way fro iii S;ui Francisco.
Of f resii grocorios, including
frosh Diamond S. flams,
tfacon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full lino of fresh
cur-nod yoods :md fruits.
Pears, Peaches, Plums
Call and examine my Stock.
Yon wi!! find jost what you want
at tho right Price
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Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oohu
can now bz forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00. per message ,
Cjntral Station for Maui at
California Harne-s tin:s Sjk-c'j
attention -riven ti island PlanLUii;,
t orders. Harness, SvVnYis, Sji-un
I Hits, ete.. etc. La-g.'t ;u,-rt!ne .
j of whips in Hoiio!.:'.' . Ail yocu.-j va:
j rented a-, r.-pivv.ntod, at Cai;i'.?ri.:;
D. '6. :fi AMMAN
Liwhi Ni. 11-7 liV f
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J.,Q. Box 827. 5S: l-v S:
SOI E AGENTS,
L. R. Crook. Ulupalakua.