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Cool and cloudy wentlicr on central
Maui tliis wceli, with noma rain.
Qcitc a nuinb(?r of the gilded youth
of Wuiliiicu will take in tlio TTilo
Our country cousins are all invited
to attend the dance and the races at
Waihiku next week.
The racing progrnm for tho Fourth
lias all hecn filled, and kooiI sport
may be expected at Kahului next
Thursday. " "
Mrs. A. J. IlodrigucK, dressmaker,
has the agency for UUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui.
If you want, a dainty, refreshing
and healthful toolhwash, write to
Hackfcld & C.)., Honolulu, for ODOL.
It is currently reported that 11a
moa Plant ation ha been permanently
shut down because of failure to pay
Contractor Eurlem is making rapid
progress on the residence building
for the settlement teaelicis, at the
south end of the sctlletnei.t grounds.
Tile Maui Athletic Association
hold their regular monthly meeting
on Monday evening, July 1, and all
members are earnestly requested to
A lire on Front Street, Lahaina,
on Monday night about 10:30
destroyed tlireo Cliinesis buildings, in
cluding the- store of You.Loe, which
was insured for $l,5oo.
Chas. Crowcll is erecting a new
blacksmith shop for James Painter,
"on the corner of Church and Lyons
streets, and will soon have it com
pleted. Mr, Painter will occupy it
about the first of July.
On Monday the Tao Stables will
begin to run a daily mail stage be
tween 'Waiiuku and Lahaina. The
stage will leave Lahaina- for AVailuku
every morning at 7, ai d wid leave
Waiiuku for Lahaina every day at 12.
The building diagonally across
Main street from the News ollice,
formerly occupied by Dr, AVeddick
8-3 an office, lias been rented and fit
ted up for an office by Eklredge &
Kuhookele, surveyors. P. E. Lamar,
Enginear, ha 3 desk room in the
. Waiiuku now boasts a third- class
post office, Mr. T. 1). Lyons having
just received his commission as third
class postmaster. Uncle Sam will
now pay office rout, and allows 810
per month for clerk hire. The salary
wOr the postmaster is entirely inade
quate however, and should be in
creased. Duncan Murdoch, bookkeeper of
Ewa Plantation and F. E. Atwater,
principal of the Haiku school, in at
tempting to cross the crater of Ha
leakala on the route to Kaupo, lost
their way and were compelled to
remain out all night in a cold, driz
zling rain, noitr the summit,
Joseph Cockott has' become the
. owner of a very eheko piece of town
property on the corner of Main and
South Market .-treets, having a front
age of 133 feet on Maui and '31a feet
on South' Market. Ho will subdi
vide and sol! this property, and this
is an excellent chance- to secure a
choice building lot in tho best portion
A o?t, snsy ?it
tin dutvtN!'? shoe,
etuitcd for ;iu - ri. s -Y
oi wear, vj
ilanan & Son
The wedding of Mr. V. J. Forbes of
Honolulu and Miss I. Watson of the
Maunaolu Seminary took place in
the parlor of .tho seminary last
Thursday evening, June 27.
Tho decorations were in green and
white and while not elaborate were
pretty and effective. Suspended from
the ceiling and extending around
three sides of the parlor was n fes
toon of netting very prettiiy woven
with Maile and Peruvian Pinks while
back of this hung a large white net
draped with Maile. Scattered here
and there around the room were pots
of ferns and palms and resting on tho
piano a jardiuiere of Ascension Lil
ies. About half past eight the
groom and groomsman - emerged
from the left wing of tho building and
passing along the veranda entered
the parlor to the music of Wagner '
Wedding song, rendered by a chorus
of girls from the seminary and ac
companied on the piano by Mrs. J.
J. Hair. At tho same time little
Oliver. Lindsay and Hi rtram Aiken,
each bearing a basket of (lowers to
which was attached the end of a
white ribbon, preceeded the- bridal
party from the left wing, making a
passage through which the brides
maid and the bride, accompanied,
by the mother passed along the
verar.r'.a to the parlor.
The brido looked charming, dressed
in a dainty white organdie and
bearing a' boquet of white carna
tions. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Dr. Ueekwith and after
congratulations refreshments were
served. There was a largo number
of guests present among whom were:
the Hon. H. P. Baldwin and Mrs.
Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowrie,
Mr. L. P. Loveland and Mrs. Love-
land, Mr. II. A. Baldwin and Mrs.
Baldwin Mr. F. F. Baldwin and Mrs.
Baldwin Mr. W. O. Aiken and Mrs.
Aiken Mr. F. W. Hardy and Mrs.
Hardy, Mr. J. J. Hair and Mrs. Hare
Mr. and Mrs. Murdoch' Mr. and Mrs.
W. E.. Beck with Mr. and Mrs. At
water, the Misses Hart, Smith., Fyfe,
Forbes, Flemming the Messrs Hrtgg,
Baldwin, Fleming, Aiken, Dondas,
Andersone, and many others.
Pain Kinileratten. y
The Paia Kindergarten held its
annual closing exerci.-es on Thursday,
June 20, in its large and attractive
Of the forty-seven children en
rolled, forty-three were present.
The program was carried out by
them in a sweet and spontaneous
manner, all the children joining hap
pily and freely in everything, show
ing that a real interest aud love has
been aroused in them for the KLidcr-
g-trten songs and games.
The Paia Kiudcrgarten was the
first one opened on Maui, and for
two years has held out oien arms to
the little ones of the neighborhood in
which it is located, and the mutation
has been responded to by an eager
company of little jnes. Miss Mr.sscr,
our trained Kinclergartner,!and her
assistant, Miss Mary Tilton, have
made it a success from tho start. -
Miss. Mosser shows rare ability in
arousing the intovest and enthusiasm
of the little ones and a great im
provement can be seen in those who
have come under the healthy, happy
im'Uieuce' of this Kindergarten.
If it should be that tho lessons
learned in this Kindergarten go
with these little ones in after life,
helping to enrich and ennoble their
characters, there will be a rich and
satisfying returu for any work or
f.acrilviu or thought which has come
..ilh the flying weeks and. -months.
AN INTKRllSTING WAR MAP.
Mr.- P, K. Lan.ar, who, in con
nection with Surveyor Harry Eldrego
has fitted up an office in the building
formerly occupied by the office of
Dr. Wt udiek. has a wall map of the
Philippine seat of war, of rare in
terest. Mr. Lamar, who was con
nected with the Engineer Corps in
thu Philip phics, made surveys of the
region shown on the map, and after
war U prepared tho map and had it
p.il.'.i-hcd at Wit owa exoi :e. Being
present- during tho caii:,.id.,M, lie has
noti'J ail historical events, so that
map is really a compendium of the
liisio. y of tho Philippine war.
' ch..-i;tu 1 through which Dewey
enioivd Manila Bay, the positi m of
tic Snai'.ish fleet at the tune of at
tack, the p V.nts where each was
.-.uuk, he line-,, of inancuvcr of the
i-.ttackt!': vox . the point where
tho Anc-ic '!i forces landi-d. the road
. in;.-, ' t ) l .'.i.i' i, the foriliK-atioiis
,-re.-i .' tho iusui gouts, the place
where Ftinston nnd his men swam
the River, Aguinaldo's headquarters
at Malolos,-r-in fact all points of
interest ore mapped and noted,
making of the fnap a most interest
study of Manila and the country sur
rounding for a radius of over sixty
Delightful Guild Entertainment.
The Ladies' (iuild of Waiiuku,
which is noted for its chai'ming en
tertainments, gave another .enjoy
able social last Saturday evening at
An elaborate program of instru
mental and vocal music and recita
tion was presented, in which Miss
Huntington, Miss Nape, Mr. Aull
and Mr- Scoradcr won repeated ap
plause and encores, to tho latter of
which they responded generously.
The last piece on the program was
tho farce. ''Mrs. Ruggles' Family,"
which was an exquisitely aiiiu-ung
kit. Miss Mollie Cummings as "Mrs.
Ruggles", with a number of the staid
and dignified people of Waiiuku
dressed in knickerbockers, kilts and
short diesses as her interesting
family of juveniles, were in training
to go out to dine in society. The
efforts of the dainty little mother to
inculcate proper ideas of etiquette
in the minds of her-boisterous family,
and tho dismally funny failure that
she" made, was the lending idea of the
farce, and was well worked out.
Where all did so well, all deserved
to be considered "star" performers,
and save that our fingers still tingle
with the det.ire to spank Dr. Boote,
who represented the spoiled baby of
,1 he family, uo separate mention is
At the close of the literary exer
cises, a light supper was served,
after which an informal sociable
time was indulged in, consisting of
music, chatting and games. There
was a large attendance, among whom
Kahului and Sprcckelsville were well
Aloha Lodge flail.
Aloha Lodge, K. of P., will give e
very swell dance at Waihiku Court
Hous,e next Wednesday., evening,
July 3, for which nearly '300 invita
tions have been issued. The Maui
Hotel will give the supper dance on
the. upper verandas of the hotel,
and as Manager Field is a high class
caterer; a fine spread may he cx
pcted. Free trains will be run
from Paia, Spreckelsviilc and Kahu
lui, to Waihiku and return, for the
accommodation of the invited guests.
Ye.xteiray I'J'triT.-ion the ra.xideiice
of Mrs. Helen Alexander, ubove Ma
kawuo, was entirely destroyed by!
fire, together ,n the barn and all
except one of the surrounding build
ings. The furniture wa.s saved. X.unic
lived at the place except a Chhrnrnai),
who states that the tire originated
from burning trash. This is the bail
ing formeiiv occupied us a seminary
Attorney Jas. L. Coke has boon
con fined to lib bed for the pa.it two
weeks with a severe attack of inila
Lira. S. D. Heapy, daughter of the
late John A. Mooro, is expected to
arrive in Honolulu shortly from an
extended visit to Europe.
The many iYiunds of Miss Lillie R.
Stack, the charming little ex-postmistress
of Sprcckelsville. who spent
the, .whiter on the coast, will be
pleased to learn that she returned
to Honolulu ou the lat City of Pe
king, and will probably Visit Maui.
Will give an entertainment
S.rriti) w, Jri.v 7, 1501 .
An Interentino; l'ro;rram of St.n's.
Dances aud Character SI etches,
Concludiny wilh a Cake Walk
Dixus open at M) v. m.
Performance befrins at A i. y.
Aihnissioii .")'! cents.
Chiklien Hail Pi-be.
JJ, CL'A'.V, ' Manner.
Notice To Creditors.
Tin- iiikIim-i!'iic1. Imvintf b,M:n duly ncmiliO-ii
Kxi-ciit.irn ami Trim..,., r Hie f.stiim nl
William U'x.'!m'si luitt nf WniltiMii. MhuI, do
ivnsfi, ln.Trhy jtiv.- miff., to nil oivilllmnnf !!.
' '""'I. I" pn'S'.-nt tli-lr flulnis, duly uutli.-n-
llcpt' il.n Itli pr i" r vnm-hcrs, I'v-ii If til" sum
Is scomorl liy .io:-t(l).,; ,, r,.nl ,,;.,,.. ,,,
thi'mnt Wiii!ii!ii, Muui. within six nmntl's rrcm
tliuiliitv h.Ti-.5f, or th,.y will i, fniTT. fl):inwl.
AUdi.-l.txiliicii.ll-M it.- :,rc ru.yj.Wo to Urn
A. N. (CK.l'OlKAl,
T. V. KKIiil.
its nf t!ij ;ati! of
WhIHiUh, Maul, Mnv
Notice to Creditors.
TliRiniilri'sL'iK'il. lmvlDK hrunilulv nnnnliiw,l
Administrator of !ho r..stn to of 3. K. K.':ioolu,
hoc of Kiunalo. Mol'.l(nl,do;.cnr-ca.hcri.ivulvi
notliiB to nil ( i.-tlUors of tin- dci'i woli. to )Tir
sni'l thclJ clnims. duly uutlioiitii'uti-d. 11
proix r vouciicrv (ui a it the s.,nii 1 ,.iMir. rt i,r
mnrlcnc upon i-ul e-.t:Uo, to I1I111 ill WiilluUu.
.Minn, wiuiin hi.: iiionui" fnom tlm dute IrtooC
or tlivy will lxi forovor lIIITi.
A. N. KI'.POIKAl.
Adlnlulvt tutor of the l-.Vtutoof 3. K. Koovvolu
Vuiiiiltii. Muui, .luti" S?m, P.'ol.
Notice to Creditors
Tho unricr.lt'uod, hiivinii lioon duly upiwhitwl
Ailminlstintorof I ho l-M:,to r,l John T. Ahili
liito of Wuiluku, Maul, d ui'iv'i.'d. Iioroliy nUv.
uot Wv to nlU-rivUtorH of tho dooonyod, to pn.
soat tln'ir claim-, d;ily aiohoutlintid, with
propop voni-liors. "V(n If V o siinio tssecun -.t lij
mrt:,'n:,"' "pen roil! ostnto, to him lit Wulluiiu.
MhuI' within si:; nnuth: from tho ditto hereof
or thi.y will In- foroxcr iinrrod,
A. V. IiKPnilvAI,..
Ailmlui.slriiforof'ilio Kslntoof John T. Al'.ili.
SWiilluku, June H:. ,
Notice To Creditors.
Tin: iinili-rsl'juoil, liavh'.g boon duly appiiuU-d
AdmlulMtralor of the Iv lnto of Joh A. :,loovo
lato of Lnlmlmi, Muni, doecusv-l, horot-y iv.'
iotk'B to nil creditors of tho dfsia-:od, to pre
sent tiiolr claims, duly authoiiliiMlod, Mich
propel vouolifr;, cvou if tho name Is secured by
mortunge upou real estnte, to Mm at tho law
olrtoo of troorjiu Hous, Attorney lit Iuw, Will-
luli'i, Maui, -.vlthlu six moulh i fnun tin; duti;
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
(1. li. HOIIKHTSO.V
Administrator of the K .'ati. of Jolm .
WuiluUu, Muui, Jiuio ?, lia.l. . .
, WATKR NOTICE.
In accordance wilh Section ! of
chanter XXVI of tho laws of 18(!;
All persons holding water privi
leges or those payiny water rati t.
arc hereby. notified that tho watoi
rates for the term ending Dcccnil.er
151, 10UJ, will be due and payable at
the oflice of the Waiiuku &. Kahului
Water Works, on the 1st day oi
All such rate rcmainin:,' unpaid f r
15 days after they are due will !
subject to on addii io' iil 10 per cent.
All privileges u .111 which intec
remain unpttid Au,.--::-t lf. I'.M,
days alter l,oi oi'iiii",' Joihrioi. I ). art
iii'ble to sioensioii withntit fe.rthci
Rates are payable at Ihe.oTico o'
the Water Works' la the Wall'. !:;
Court House TJuilcV.n.
W. K Jhti,
Siijit. Waiiuku A- Kahului
Waihiku Jiaio VMM.
notice or Gvmnzfi icrtooL.
A Summer Session of '!u; Norm?.'
School will open Monthly, July 8th.
and continue eiyht weeks.
"'lie course of study has been ar
ranged with special reference to the
reipiire-incnts of teachers and those
desiring to become sucli.
An able corps of instructors ha
been engaged. Tuition will be free.
Thosi desiring to attend will be
required to register on or about the
opening "of the school, for which pur
pose application may be made te Mr.
Ld'ar Wood, Principal of the Hono
lulu Normal and Training School.
'Examinations for teachers' Certi
ficates will be held Auj,'. 'J! I ai d ",0.
T. II. Gibson.
Insp. Get. of Schools.
On December 1st I will ope a ui
office for general business lit tl:,
Mal-ai Kwu corer nf Kir y cm!
Betlicl .streets, lb m.' ,:.i. down stitirs
All business of whatever nature
intrusted tei me by my Maui liei'i
bi.r5i i'.I bi- iir.nnptly atteiidcl to.
C. If. DICK MY.
M. l:. C'OLTNTF.U,
,V.Ti'IIM AKE1I, JKWEI I'll A' I 1TJ '!.. N.
Mi.il oi1ers iviiu'iifi p:sr. 4? iVcc.
All Go'jdi aud Work tiu:ni ii.f.l a-.
) THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. 5 U.S. Array Standard.
il:c attention of t:u- people of ..lam v- Q yll S1ZCS iTom 3 IncllCS
called to our facilities for iillin'r moil A
orders. Orders or
not carried I v us n
w linn mi uiti-iiuon. iw nut- i :i .-i i.i
W .nll in iil n i., ,lnc..1 c,,--rt
,.i.n..r,,t .. i .... i :. ... r . ...,4 i,. u,
call on vs, we are pleased. to serve
- -k Ifc. .Ntvt.'i-ft .
Pearson & Potter Co,? Ltd
Tel. Main 317. 926 For.T Street, Honolulu. P. O. 13 jx 7841
Lcci B T.
Having Sold off Old
Hats and Shoes,
J Complete Assortment
I Notably California
Goods Delivered at Wiiiluku. Waihee and V"aiknv;u.
c wtrv -Hfv. ?s -Lv tn T-k -. I. TV )
EiHw'i.;, Carrlis;, IJii 503 a;;d Saddle Elosres
at r.'A I'iowrs. olcet ail CtcJii:c;r is::d Trainc-..
HUnl Ailtf LCiros i Waiiuku V2 n. in. s
n T ft f 1
II1TERI0R HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection c.un
Crown, fipring Cocp, Nosin ;i.
IJoturn Heads, Quarter and Half
Round, V. CI.. OA',. & Head Si-.ps
Astmgals, Base and Hand mov.ld
ing Wumsfioting, Caps, Cemii s,
Casings, Kniines, (windows and
door). Stair and Porch Fe.ls,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
vM sizes tmci styles
No "Vest lumber -SurCaced
and ii-v fiU N
Redwood. Lup her -5i.irf.tce'1.
Cclir, Spriics, Mi, Oak
KA1H MUI 1'Air.nOAl) CO
i j j nil
'1 TACT' T
r intpiiries for fronds a To 40 ?CCt In Length,
cccive proinot, and A
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Write Us Specifying
i i-. .
f r ,i
ft zl iJ Li h
Ami cT.liirjrfMl my stoic I now
carry a new .stock of
Liidiis' Dress Goods
A laif.o consign r.iont of
Shoes and L'ndtrvvear -n
tho way from San Friinei.sco. a)
Oi fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hciniy,
incon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full lino of frcsli
earned goods find fruits. f
anr.i To i?: a toe
Call wi cxam-ae lay S..oc. q
Voa wili'find just what y u want $
at the right Price J
l J t -4 . r ' '. -
California IT,in."'.s Shcp. Ppecit
ttteuti.ia tf '''en ti s!ai.d Plant atlo,
irdi-rs. H.irii.':--., Saddles, ht:ri
Hit. et'' . eh-. L.i'gest ussortnuii
if t':.ip- i:i ! bii- ! il'-. Ail goods w;,:
rant -d a- rcpivi'.iili'd, at Califonvi
D. O. HAmMAN"
P. O. !
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