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The backers of Son of a Gun didn't
walk home from the races.
Tho Knhnlul Railroad Co. has a
good second hand Locomotive Uoilcr
for sale cheap. See ad.
Mrs. A. J. Rodrigucs, dressmaker,
has the agency for 13UTTERICKS
PATTERNS for tho Island of Maui.
It you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful toothwash, write to
Hackfeld & Co., Honolulu, for ODOL.
See Dave Meyer's new ad in this
issue. He is a competent Uphols
, terer, und should receive liberal
Dr. George S. Aiken, brother of
Mr. W. O. Aiken of Paia, has open
ed an office for the practice of dentis
try at Makuwao.
Mr. A. J. Taite, recently a clerk
at the Kahului Store, was married
on lust Saturday 1o Miss Ha' tic
Akana of Makawao. y
Mr. and Mrs. 0. It. Wells kit ior
the coast on last niyht's Kinau.
They will be gone about six months,
aud will visit Europe.
Iii the base ball game between the
Morning Stars and the K. R. R s at
Kahului last Sunday, tho Stars won
with a score of L'2 to 9.
The Alabama Minstrels will give
an entertainment this evening at the
Skating Ring on Market St. Drop in
and hear a few coon songs.
NOTICE. Judge S. E. Kaleikau,
has been duly authorized and licensed
' by the Government to perform the
marriage cereinory on tho Island of
The Maui Hotel was lavishly ?aud
tastefully decorated with the national
colors and green wreaths on the
Fourth, producing a very pretty
effect. . .
Harry Eldredgc and J. K. Kahoo
kele have dissolved partnership, and
Mr. Eldredge will continue the busi
ness of surveytng, at the same office
ociupied by the linn.
Mr. and Mrs. Decoto, Mr. and Mrs.
Ford and Mr. Scrimger of Lahaina
were guests at the "Windsor this
week, having conic over to enjoy the
K nt P hn.ll fiiul ihn rat!fts.
Tho eitv Market has notified (ts
customers that on aud after July 1,
choice cuts of beef will be 13 cents
per lb., and ordinary will remain at
the same price as at present.
Auction Sale this evening, begin
ning at 7 o'clock at Sloper and Pat
terson's new store on Market street,
of Gents' Furnishing goods, Calicoes,
silks and satins and a large lot of
. superior jewelry.
The Kahului Railroad Co. has tvo
well built 600 gal. wooden tanks for
sale. Kula peoplo should see them.
They are just the thing for water
storage, as they arc covered on top
A reasonable price is asked.
" A horse ridden by the captain of a
vessel at Kihei stumbled and fell
with his rider at the identical spot
where James Smith r.'as orowued, on
. last Wednesday evening," "m InKl
not John Brown, a Hawaiian been
present, the captain would have
, probably lost his life in the same
manner that James Smith lost his.
Hasan & Son
,A soft, easy
tin durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
, s r r. -
After The Ball Wat Ovci. .
Aloha Lodge No. 3, K. of P., gave
an invitation ball at "Wailuku Court
House on Wednesday evening. July 3,
which was one Of the most success
ful and largely attended balls which
Wailuku has witnessed since the
renaissance. The affair was con
ducted with the utmost regard to
the comfort ond enjoyment of the
guests, and tho Lodge is to bo com
plimented on Ihe success of the ball.
At nine o'clock, the music for the
grand march struck up, and nearly
100 couples participated in the
mirch, led by Mr. and Mrs. E. 1J.
Carley. During the march, the pro
cession was met by a couple of little
fairies who distributed very tasteful
programs of the dance. Twenty
numbers were on the program and
It was 3.30 on Thursday moruing
before tho tired but happy dancers
joined hauds in the closing Virginia
At twelve, the guests were escort
ed t-j tho Maui Hotel, where Manager
Field spread a repast which liu.i in
creased his reputation as the best
caterer on the Islands. Nearly two
hundred guests were entertained at
There was a large attendance from
Lahaina and central Maui, and the
large hall was taxed to its utmost
to accommodate the dancers.
The reception committee, consist
ing of George Hons, Chairman, E.
TJ. Carley,- F. J. Wheeler, S. H.
Harry and II. Streubcck, and the
floor committee, consisting of E. B.
Carley, R. A. Wads worth, Dr. W.
R. Uoote, F. Summerfield, ., N,
Hayselden and J. W. L. Marshall
were extremely courteous and at
tentive to the guests, and did much
to make the evening an enjoyable
one. John J. VvaUli oliiciateu with
easy grace as floor manager, round
ing up the awkward squads, and
finding room for-"one more couple,"
like one to the manor born.
It is a safe prediction the dance of
Aloha Lodge will bo the annual red
letter day on Maui.
The music for the dance was very
acceptably rendered by the Waihee
String Band. '
James - Smith Found Drowned.
On Monday morning, James Smith,
team lima at Wailuku Plantation,
was found drowned in tho slough
which crosses the i-oad bewteen.Maa
laea Bay and Kihei. Late on Sunday
night, he went to Kihei to get seme
medicine from Dr.' DinegM- for his
wife, who is quite ill. About two
o'clock ou Monday morning, he left
tho residence of Capt. Toomey at
Kihei, and was uot again seen alive
Captain Tooiney testified at the cor
oner's inquest that Mr. Smith was
sober when ho left his house. .
It is believed that in crossing the
slough, Mr. Smith was either thrown
or fell from his horse, and was stun
ned by the fall. Tho water was about
two feet deep where ho was found.
At tho inquest, Dr. Weddick testi
fled as follows; "According to the
history of the case, and post mortem
appearance of the body, I state that
lie came to his death by . drowning."
"life 'tei'O'JfJV s jury round that
".Tames Smith come to iiia desth y
accideutly falling from his horse and
drowning at Kealia, Districtof Wai
luku, Maui, about 2:30 a. in., July 1,
l!t01." . ,
Mr. SttiHh was j2 years of agej
and came to the Island about '20
years ago from Culifornia. Ho was
was born at -Galena, Illinois. He
leaves a wife and one child. He was
an industrious, hard working man and
was highly esteemed not only by his
employers, but also by all who knew
him. The remains were buried in the
Catholic cemetery, in the preseuce
of many loving f riends.
Maui JJoyn at 'St. Louis College.
At tho eighteenth commencement
anJ the distribution of prizes at the
St. Louis College, Honolulu, which
took pl.ice June in the college
hall, several Maui boys distinguished
themselves as Maui boys should.
Ed ward MeCatin, son of Matt.
MeCniin of Laluhia graduated with
high honors, taking several prizes
and delivering the "Salutory" hi a
most eloquent tu.inuvr. KangwulJ
Ccistoffcrson and Charley Sealey of
Spreekelsville wero the recipient. of
prizes for their class work. l'Yaul:
Staik, formerly of Spreckelsvilh-,
recited the poem, "You Put No
Fl, vers on my Papa's Grave'' iu u
cleer manner, fie received a pviie
for his class work, heading tho list
for promotion' in hi.-i ekiss.
St. Louis lo'lege may well be proud
of bright manly bov o:. its ris.
and the hoy-, are : becotigra-ittlatcrl
Ol' t'ie M 'vl tl"ll- :e which St.
Flag raising at Kealahou.
On Friday morning, June 21, the
stars and stripes were floated over
the Kealahou school house Kulu.
While tho flag was being raised the
school children sang America and
then saluted und cheered the flag,
an act which delighted the audience.
After this 'ceremony, the entire
school and the audience adjourned to
the primary room where there were
entertained by the little tots who
spoke some pieces very distinctly
aud sang very sweetly, receiving
When the primary pupils concluded
their exorcises the audience were in
vited to the other building, where
both rooms entertained the peoplo
for about two hours.
The applause was generous and ail
felt rewarded for coming. Exercises
concluded with a drill. Thirty-two
of the largest boys weiv drilled to
march, and they marched around
tho yard while the priucipal played
At half past twelve everybody ad
journed to the yard where a' luau
awaited their hungry - appetites.
Every one had enough to eat, and
the renfaius were given to some of
tho poorest children to take home.
.-Thus ended the flag raising day at
Kealahou but it left every one pre
sent in good spirits, with a desire for
more such days to come.
Two (iilit Gallon Tanks, (wood), with
Substantially built of Douglas Fir;
One Second Hand Locomotive Boiler
Can be seen at
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
You can now have your
Sofas, Chairs, etc.,
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddiek, Main St.,
Wailuku. Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by n.ail
D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailukc, Maui
Will give an entertainment
Saturday, July (!, lfMll.
An IntereS"" Program of Songs
Dances and Character h
Concluding with a Cak-e Walk
."Doors cpMi at i, m.
Performance begins at 8 i m.
Admission 50 cents.
Children Half Price.
J. V. GLENN. Manager.
TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day appointed M. II. Router
Esq. Deputy Tax Assessor and
Collector for tho District of liana,
second Taxation Division, Island of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, vice An
drew Gross, resigned.
W. T. Robinson
Tax Assessor, Second Taxation
Approved. Wm. II. Wright
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. Jaly 1, 1!K)1.
Notice is hereby given that the
following appointments have been
made on tho liana Road Board, on
Messrs. R. J. McGettig-ui, Chairman.
M. II. Reuter, Member.
J. II. Uovd,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works De;frf vumi,
Notice To Creditors.
Tliu ii!n!irsii'tii'., hnvlnii bi-un duly uppolnleil
Kxrvutont unci TruKtus ot tlm Kstnto of
William Ciwiluciss into of Wailuku, Mmil, iln.
ci-awd, licn-liy kIvp no! iiv to nil cralitorNoi tl.v
dircasvd, to pnviit thi-ir claim, duly million-
tioatoil.nitli pi )lt:r vouchers, own If tho sui.ie
In seemed J.y ninrt singe upon real iwtntc, to
lliem at WiUluku, Maui, within six mouth from
tho date hereof, or they will be fori'Tor barred.
All delilsduu said K luto lire pnyulilu to the.
A. N. iCEroiKAI,
W. F. POUUK, "
J. V. KERR,
Kxccutorn and TiiinIoo of tho lvt'ute of
Wailuku, Maul, May 21, UKH.
Notice to Creditors.
Tlioiiuder.ilcticJ, lmvlnt; been duly appointed
Administrator of tho Kstato of 3. K. Ki ttweolu,
lato of Kunuilo, Molokai, deceased, hereby git es
uotleo to all cri!tIilors nf tho deceosob, to pre
sent theU claims, duly aullieullented, with
proper vouoqei-s, own If Ihe some is secured 1)
mnrtRUKtt upon i-enl estate, t,i lilm at YVulluku.
Maui, witliiu six moutliK fuoin tin- date hereof1
or they will bo forever iinrron.
A. N. KKI'OIKa;.
Administrator of the lv.tnteof 3. K. Kvowcuiu
Waliuku, Maui, JuueSf,
Notice to Creditors.
Thf muU-pinrO, huvifiji; been dul.V appointor.
Adminlstrmorof tho K'Hii'i- oi Jiiu T. Altili
iitn of Wailuku, Mnnl, ilecustM, li'-n hy u'.Mt
iinlioo tn a'l rn-il'.lcrsof Ihi" cWuus.".il, in i,;v
nt tln-ir rlaiius iVjIj nutlirntiiut.'il, nitb
proiK'r.voujli, rs, rvtn if t'r.'i same t:i s'Htuvd liy
inm lKaKo UjHn ruul iwtnto, to uiui ul Wtvlluiiu.
Mmii' within six moutlis from the diili; linrof
or tUty will be fnrutcr barrud.
A. F. KF.POiKAT.,
AUmiuistra'.ur of I hi: Estate uf Jubu T. Aluli.
SWailuku, June nil, Iwil.
Notice To Creditors-
Tho uraerslb'UeJ, liavlaK Wru duly upi- 'inti'd
Ailraiiilstrutor of tliu ICUuto of .loiiii A. .".ionn-
r.tj uf Liiihnluu, Muni, dei- nsod, li'.roby yivis
aitlcctonll creditors of Hi.- drs(ised, to pre-
:uttlicir claims, duly authu'itkatcd, with
proper vouelier.-', evui if the Hatno i.s secured by
morttige uimn rmil cstuto, to him nt tho lnv
otlioo of (IraW! Hons, Attorney nt Luw, Wai
luku, Maui, within kIx mouths from the dutc
hereof, or they will lm fon'Ver barn-d.
U. H. liODKUTSON.
Administrtor of tho Kslate of John A.
Wuilulttl, Muni, June -.,
In accordance with Section 1 of
chapter XXVI of the laws of lKWi:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying , water rates,
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending December
31, 1301, will be due and payable at
the otlico tif the Wailuku & Kahului
Water Works, on the 1st day of
All such rate remaining unpaid for
13 days after they are due will be
subject to on additional 1(1 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1H01, (MO
days after becoming delinquent), art
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the, office of
tho Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku Juno 1!)01.
NOTICE OF SUMMER SCHOOL,
A Sinimer Session of the Normal
School will open Monday, July 8th,
oivl continue, eight weeks.
ranged with special reference to the
requirements of teachers
desiring to become such.
i nd thorc
An able corps of instructors has
been engaged. Tuition will bo free.
Thost desiring to attend will be
required to register on or about the
opening of the school, for which -purpose
application may be made to Mr.
Edgar Wood, Principal of the Hono
lulu Normal and Training School.
Examinations for teachers' Certi
ficates will be held Aug. 2!) and 30.
T. II. Gibson.
Insp. Ger. of Schools.
On December 1st I will open ui.
office for general business at the
Makai Ewa corner of King aud
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down slairs
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my, Maui cc'h
burs will be promptly attended to.
C. II. -DICKEY.
M. R. COUNTER.
WATCHMAKER, JKWEI.KR & OPTICIAN.
M.i'l orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
J THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. I U.S. Army Standard.
Tho attention of the peoplo of Maui is
called to our facilities for filling mail
orders. Orders or inquiries for goods
not carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful attention. Do not hesitate to
call on us, we are pleased to servo y cu
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 317. 926 Fojt Street, Honolulu. P. O. Box 784
Having Sold off Ok!
t Hats and Shoes,
j Complete Assortment
Goods Delivered at Wtiiluku. Wailioe and Waikapu.
y' -v v -
IAO STABLES wailuku.
LAHAINA STABLE lahaina,
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Hosres
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
M Cl I
man Didw Leaver
A. DO RECO,
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH"
An excellent' selection com
prising Crown, Spring Co'o, X.t iini.
Keturn Heads, Quarter and Half
Round, P. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Ast ragals, Base and Band mould -
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices.
Casings, Frames, windows and
door). Stair and Porch Kails,
Sash, Doors & Blind:
alloizes and styles
Xor'We.st Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber - Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, J!s, Oak !
KAUULt'I PaJLHOAI) C)
0 All sizes From 3 Inches
J To 40 Feet-In Length.
Write Us Specifying
And enlarged my store. I now
carry a new .stock of
Laditss' Drsss Goods a
A laie con sign lnent ,f f
Shoos tind Underwear on
the way from San Fnmcisro.
Of fresli groceries, including f
fresh Dhimond S. Hants,
f?acon and Silver Lea?
Lard. Full line of fresh Q
' earned goods and frui; ;.
Pears, Peaches, FJunis
r and Tomatoes.
Call and examine my Stock.
You- will fiti J just what you want
at the riht Price t
. s Lahaina 7 a. m. n.
I Wailuku 12 a.m. uanj
Ciil'Tdriii:! Tfarno.-s Shop. Fprc'i
attiMi t i'tn jrivru to Islaijil Plantati'i
orl"r-s. Harness, S.iclilloj, Sp":';
Bit-, p.. ( f. Largest assort nui i
of whips ' i IIoiKilu'i'. All ifivuls Wii:
ranted :u rjprcsr ,i'od. at Ca'ifon. I
1 l' "'c
D. O. HAMMAN
r.in.-.'n nioc-k Nv 117 Kh ; St.v I
P. O. B..x Xi 7IH. M. !i,l,.l:,
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J or 5i.."0 ior a ni.-r Uix oi i'h.-c '.:r r
1 an.l rniifL-i-'''!'.-. -;ent i-t nv fn-il.i
; fr.e to av.y p".rt .f t,e Wat:..
i Mart o- Co., Ltd,
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