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of court adjourned to
The VAiiluku school children were
given a luau in Iao Valley yesterday
by their teachers.
The Waikapu boys are organizing a
'base ball nine and will soon be ready
to join the league.
The long, hot wave has at length
passed, and cool, showery weather
this week at Wailuku.
Summor vacation in the public
schools of Maui begins today, and
will last till September.
Mrs. A. J. Rodrigues, dressmaker,
has the agency for KUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui.
, If you want a dainty, .refreshing
and healthful toothwash, write to
Hack fold & Co., Honolulu, for ODOL.
If you want a quick lot of job
work done cheap and neatly, send
your order to the News job olTice.
The Puunenes have challanged the
Wailukus for a match game of base ;
ball at Kahuhii on the Fourth, for a !
purse of $r0.
Have you ordered some of those
sofa cushion covers from the Coyne
Furniture Co.? Address P. O. Box
B21, Honolulu. i
The Ladies' Guild will give an en
tertainment at Alexander Hall this
evening, to which all are cordially in
vited. Music and refreshments.
voik is prog ' ussuiff iii niu nuw
baseball grounds as last as funds can
bo collected, and the initial game on
the new diamond is not far ahead.
Uncle Sam has ordered the U. S.
District Attorney to initiate pro-
ceedings to condemn and purchase
lands at Pearl Harbor for govern
ment purpose. Naturally.
Now that the excitement of the
term of court is over, it is high time
to take up the matter of the races
for the Fourth. But little time is
left, and a good race meeting should
be worked up.
The movements of the Kinau and
y Claudino are painfully erratic these
day, and about the only way to
catch either of them is to go and
camp at the wharf the day before
they are expected to arrive.
LOST. A pocketbopk on Market
St. last Sunday night, containing
92.35, and a paper on which was
written the name, "J. A. G. Cooper.''
If found, kindly return same to
Legislative matters in Honolulu
are very tame and profitless this
week, nothing having been done
worth mentioning, - and not much
likelihood of anything being accom
plished this summer, at the present
rate of speed.
F. Burlem, the energetic contract
or has solved the problem of being in
two places at once, being engaged in
building the teachers' residence at
Alexander Hall, Wailuku, and also
handling a contract for building work
, at Kahului
Flairs for the Glorious Fourth.
from three incho- to forty feet in
length, can bo had by writing to the
enterprising house of Pearson, Potter
& Co., Honolulu, whose new Flag ad
appears this week. Send them your
mail orders at once,
Marian & Son
A soft, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
U 1 !
SO! F AC EN !
Closing Dny hxercietc.
On last Wednesday, Maunaolu
Seminary held its closing day exor
cises in the presence of a largo num
ber of the parents and friends of the
pupils, as well as others interested
in the school.!
Tho school rooms and reception
hail were beautifully denorated with
flowers, and at the stroke of nine
the girls marched into the school
room, all dressed in white.
The forenoon was entirely devoted
to school exercises and rhetorical
exercises, in all of which the pupils
gave evidence of the excellence and
thoroughness of the work being done
At the close of the regular exer
cises, a number of brief but interest
ing addresses were made b3' the
visitors, including Hon. H. P. Bald
win, Reverends Timoteo and Kalino
and W. O. Aiken. '
Following was a very interesting
event, the planting of twenty-five
trees by the pupils. The visitors en
joyed this as much as any other part
of the exerciues, because th; pupils
showed so much zeal in the work, be
ing scarcely able to wait for M r. Bald
win to give the word to plant, before
they were eagerly engaged at their
tasks. The fruit of such teachiug and
training as this may one day mean
the reforesting ol Maui. .
Following the' tree planting exer
cises, an exhibition was given of the
industrial work of the school, and the
display of the lau hula and basket
and fan work, of dresses and fancy
work, sewing and, not least, of the
cake and other cooking of the pupils,
was flattering to he faithfulness of
tho teachers as well as to the skill of
The school is to lose the services
of Miss Watson, the music teacher,
as she is to be married at the semi
nary next Thursday to Mr. Will
Forbes of Honolulu. Miss Watson
has done much for tho musical educa
tion of the young ladies of the semi
nary, and her services will be missed,
because it will not be an easy task to
find another teacher of equal effi
Consulted a Kahuna.
An amusing story is going the
rounds in Wailuku concerning the
medical treatment from a kahuna
received by one of our citizens who is
married to a luscious . Hawaiian
He had been treated by our lo
cal medicos without results satis
factory to himself, or rather to his
wife, who insisted that ho consult a
noted local kahuna who can exorcise
thejdevils out of a man aud banish
them to Hiloor Molokai with neatness
and dispatch. The balance of the story
can best be told in the language of
"You see, they told me that the
kahuna could not do good work in
the daytime, and that the best time-
to work on me was just after mid
night. I got up a big feed for the
kahuna and her friends, and by her
instructions I put on the table
white rooster, a black rooster,
bottle of snuarcface and $3.00. Just
after midnight she look me into i
dark room aud lel't me alone, telling
me to stick my head out of the windo w
Pretty soon I felt somebody touch
me on the head with a kind of rub
bing motion, and presently I was
told to come out, when I found that
about a half a can of tinned butter
had been smeared all over the top of
uu head. When I camo out, the
bottle of gin and the 00 had van
ished, and so had my ailme:its, and
I have felt as l-.er.'.thy as a l id ever
Chinese Registration Closed.
At midnight on lnursuay tlie ro
gistration of Chinese was closed, with
a total of 313-5 on the Inlands of Maui
and Molokai, apportioned as follows
Wailuku, 400; Waihee, 100; Wai
kapu, 50; Kahului, 50; Spreckelsville
400; Paia 250; Ilainakuapoko, 150
lluelo, 100; Kula and Makuwao, 750
Kihei, 150.; Olowulu, ; Lahaina
250; Kaanapali, 00; Hana, Keauae
Nahiku and Kipahulu, 452; scat
..Deputy Registrar Arthur Nee'y
will at once cownenee the deliver
of certificates, which will keep l.im
busy for the ret of the month. On
the first of July lie will return to
Honolulu taking all undeliverd certi
lieates with liim, to be kept there
till applied for by the own r.
It is claimed that the census of the
Islands shows that there are not
exceeding 20,(100 Chinese, but about
20,000 certificates have been Issued.
If trie, an investigation should bo
ordered, to discover the reason for
Iine boll nt Kahului
Two games of baseball were played
at Kahuhii hist Sunday.
The Morning Slur crossed bats
with the K. I! H in the forenoon.
These nr jmiV - loams, but they
played an eti .a.uing game, the
Morning Star winning out.
In the afternoon, in the prcsenco
of a large nttcmlenee the Ulupala-
kuas played the Spreckelsville boys,
In one of tho best games yet witness
ed on Maui. The two teams were
well matched, but the Ulupalakuas
has the advantage of more practice,
as the result of the game shows. The
following is the score:
Garcia , Morin
Firs - Base
Ulupalakua.. 3 2 0 5 0. 0 10
Spreckelsville 0 0 5 1 2 0 08
The Puunene Base Ball Club here
by challenges tho Wailuku Base Ball
Club to play a match game on July 4,
at the Kahului Base Ball Grounds,
for a purse of $50.00, non-local play
ers barred. Address
Sec. Puunene Club.
Spreckelsville, Maui, II. T.
Off For Tho Coast,
number of -Maui teachers are
taking advantage of this summer's
vacation to take flying trips to the
Coast and further east.
Among the number are Mr
Keliinoi, School Inspector, Mr.
L. Crook of Makawao and Mr.
Mrs. Rosecrans of Ulupalakua.
A Delightful Drive.
Thanks to the road board there
is now a delightful drive up Iao
Valley as far as the gate. Of course
the road is not a turnpike, but is in
good order f-" travel in hacks. - The
legislature should appropriate nioeny
to open tho road to tho table lands.
There will be a special meeting of
loba Lodge, No. 3 Knights of
Fytluas at, the Castle Hall, Wailuku,
on Saturday, June 22, l'JOl, at eight
o'clock p. m. All members are re
quested to be present.
Salvation Army Meetings.
SATURDAY, JUNE 22.
Wailuku. Open-air at 7 & Indoor
meeting at 7.45 p. in.
Hana. Meeting in the evening.
Wailuku. Bible Class at 0 a. m.
Jail meeting at 10 a. in. Junior meet
ing at 3 p. m. Open-air at 7 & Indooi
meeting at 7.15 p. m.
SprecklesviUe. Camp I, Junior
meeting at 11 a. in.
Waihee. Salvation meeting nt 7
Wailuku. Japanese school at
Kaupo. Salvation meeting ut 7
Ham akuapoko. Junior meeting at
3 p. in.
Ulupalakua. Salvation meeting at
7 p, m.
Sprecklesvi!li, Camp 2. Meetin
7 p. m.
Makena. Meeting in the evening.
SprecklesviUe, Camp 5. (Club
house) at 7 p. jo.
Kihei, Camp 2. (Japanese) at 7
Wailuku. Japanese school at 7
J. H. Camberry, Capt.
A. W. Dow, the initial drummer
for E. O. Hall & Son is working up
the trade of that staunch and reli
able old firm on Maui.
Dr. Chas. Davidson of Lahaina
was called to Wailuku on Tuesday of
this week to testify in a criminal case
before the Circuit Court.
Miss Boers, the lady dentist who
formerly filled a professional engage
ment in Wailuku, is now in Lahaina
filling a like engagement.
Dr. O. E. Wall, the Honolulu den
tist, filled a short professional en
gagement in Wailuku this week, re
turning to Honolulu last night.
Mr. W. G. Scott has raispd $103
for the widow of tho late G. F. Brit
tain. She. desires to express her
heartfelt thanks to the donors.
Mr. C. C. Kennedy, manager of
the Waiakea Mill Co. Hawaii, spent
several (lavs on Central Maui this !
week, and left for Hilo on the Clau
A. T. R. Jackson, representing the
Pacific. Mutual Life, came over on
the Kinau to deliver a number of
policies and do a few write ups on
Mr. S. T. Alexander, Mr. Edw.
Follitz and Mr. Shaugnessy came
over to Maui on this week's Kinau,
und it is an even bet that there is
big game afoot. ,
Dr. R. M. Stith, resident phvsieipn
at Spreckelsville, will leave for Phil
adelphia in a couple of months to ac
cPDt a position in the U. S Marine
George Dunn and W. H. Deroto of
Lahaina who have been faithful at
tendants on the petit jury in Wailuku
for the past three weeks, left fo.
hon e yesterday aft err om
Mr. Thomas C. Howell, represent
ing the Honolulu Bulletin, spent a
part of the .week on Maui, and mate
rially increased the circulation of
thnt bright and strenuous paper.
Mr, Chas. F. Selmsen has resigned
his position with the Kahului R. P.
Co., and "eturned to Honolulu. He
was a very popular young man, and
will be missed by his Wailuku friends.
Deputy Attorne3r-Genornl De , Bolt
has become very popular "with tho
bench and bar of Wailuku on account
of his fairness and courtesy, as well
as his ability as a prosecuting officer.
Manager Bellina of Kahikinui
Ranche, was married last Tuesday
morning, at Honolulu, to Miss Victo
ria Seal, Rev. Mr. Usborne officiat
ing. Mr. and ' Mrs. Bellina crime
over to Maui on Tuesday night's Ki
nau, and went directly to the ranche.
Tho uudcrs'.KHO.I, ImYing bi :cn duly nrpointi'il
temporury Administrators nt th Kstuto of
William (looilm-ss Uto of Wailuku, Maul,
eciiM'd, hurt-by tflvo notice to nil creditorscf tLt
lU'ceasiMl, to pn'scnt th"ir claim duly uuth-r.i-t'.'jaU'd,
with pop.T vouchors, even if tho Mu:nc
Is K'-Jcured by luortira-o upon real estate, to
them ul Wnlliiku, Mi Ji. within nix months from
thodii'.c hereof, or they will he fnroter burred.
A. N. ivKPOlKAI,
, W. V. POtiUK,
,t. v. KKnn,
Temporary Admin! .-.t-Mtors of tho Et:.lc of
William tioodnesti. .
Wailuku. M-iui, y..:y 1lH.
IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EKCONT
Circuit Territory cr Hawaii.
Id re Mntrnrof tho Kst it nt) '
Jnnu A. Mroi-0, latr of Liihui- -
ua. Muut. d-JctfUHed luutitie. I
Oc reading und tiling tte levi:ion of Jl.-o
Alice M. Hifhop. of Orei?p:i, United SmteH of
Anioricu, Cuuh'.er of decoused, alle-it-i t) ul
lelmA. Moore cf Lahaina, Muui, died i ut :.sti.:;
at l.-ih;ina. Maul, ou the i7t!i flay of March,
and lcavlnu Kst:itu within the jurl diction
of thU Court neooiouiry to bo administered up"D
mJ praying thut Latter of AdmUU'.ruiiun
Itisue to (lot). H Kobertsou.
It Is ordered that Thursday, Ju le iTt!-, f.i"I,
tt ten o'clock A. M., te aud hereby ' iipl'lnted
for hearing said IVe.ltionin Ihy l.'o'ir: Ku :u of
U.N Court at Waiiuku, Maui, at wt.Uh time
vitd place all itersous coucerue-i ia y pw: r
tu I kliou' cause, if uuy tliey have nhy -u.u
petition should cot he tfra'ited.
Oated Wailuku. MuuJ, M"' lf!!t, K '1.
(S-al) Hy the Court.
iSifned) JAS. N It. KUOLA,
M. R. COUNTER.
ATCIIMAaKR, JEWELER & OITH'IAS.
Muil orders returned p ista'"1 free.
A!l Goods aivl Wo:-l;'G;:nranteid u
P. O. Cox 827.
5:L' Fur St.
F L A G
THE MA!L ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of the people of Maui is
called to our facilities for filling mail
orders. Orders or inquiries for woods
not carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful attention. Do not hesitate to
call on tis, we are pleased to serve you
Pearson & Potter Co Ltd.
Tel. Main 3!7. 026 Tort Strect, Honolulu. P. O. Box 7841
". Sk TS. 1v Tfc- ".- "V "TV
A, J, Rodrigisesl
Having Sold off Old Slock
Aiul enlarged iiiy store now
i Hats and Shoes.
Call and examine rcy Stock, a
You will find just w!i;;t you want i
at the right Price .
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wailiee and Wailcnpu. g
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
Art excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Coco, Nosings,
Return Hoads, Quarter and Half
Round, P C O. G. & Bond Stops
Asiraguls, Daseand Band mould
ing Wuinscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings. Frames.' (windows and
door), Stair , and Porch Rails,
Sash, Boors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor' West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood . Lumber - Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Kabul. ii Miiui
On December 1st I wil: open ui
office f: r general business nt t'ic
M.iVai Evva corr.er of Kh g anJ
DetLe! streets, Honolulu, d.nv;i stairs
All luisi;ies of whatever nature
intrusted to r-,3 by tuy Maui neig')
bors will be 1 .omptly atteuJed to.
C. H. DICKLY.
.... s.-!;;i ::. '..'r. .:.-t
S1.5; for a r.i;-e bx of Ci:-rt.. "
l i-Mec-li s-Mt j-t or freight
'i-ee u any j avl of t'.ie i. iar.l.-.
Hart & Co, Ltd
The Elitn Ivrjin I'.-.f',:-.
U. S. Army Standard.
All sizes From 3 Inches
To 40 Feet In Length.
"Write Us Specifying
caiTy a new stock ox
Ladies' Dross Goods
A hr. e con sign nier.t of
Shoes and Underwear on
the way from San Francesco.
Of fresh groceries, including
frash Diamond G. Hams, A
TSacoii and Silver Leaf f
Lard. Full lino of fresh f
earned goods ind fruits. f
Pears, Peaches, Plums f
Telegrams to ail Points ol
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now b; forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.93 per message
Central Station for ' Maui at
California II vrness Sl.oji. Specii
attention yiven to Isla i,l i'lantat'.e;
irclers. Harness. Saddles, Spur:
I Jits, etc.. etc. La-yst assort iiki I
if w'.'.ips in Jbiii.ilui' . All jrno.l.- j.
rui.ted us reyi'e-.ited, at Cd'.ifoiv..
D. O. MADMAN
; tuicu'.n Vj -y. N-i. 117 Kiiu iui'
P. O. 11.x X ) 7:il. H molJ:.'
Real the MAUI NEWS,