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Mrs. A. J. Rodriguss, dressmaker,
lias the atrency for BUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui
If you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful tooth wash, write to
Uftckfold & Co., Honolulu, forQDOL.
Mr. W. H. Field has resigned
the management of the Maui Hotel,
and M". A. T. Hagancamp has boen
appoint od to mcceed him.
Mrs. C. H. Diekoy and'her daugh
ter, Mrs. Harry Wateihouse, ar
rived on the "Cluudine", and will
ppend a few months at Haiku.
NOTICE. Judge S. E. Kaleikau,
lias been duly authorized and licensed
by the Government to perform the
marriage ceremony on the Island of
A fire on Tuesday afternoon burn
ed over about 30 acres of ripe cane
at the Paia Plantation. The ,cam is
being milled at once and the loss will
Win. Ckiunccy Wilder, who was
stricken with apoplexy in Honolulu
On Tuesday, died on Thursday even
ing at eight o'clock, and was buried
yesterday afternoon at three o'clock.
Captain Wm. Keauu has beeu ap
pointed captain of police at Lahaina
pq succeed Captain Moke Kauhaa
haa. Captain Keauu is a steady,
upright young man and will doubt
less give satisfaction.
Joseph' Kowan, a Gallician boy
about eight years old instantly killed
at Camp 5, Spreckelsville, last Fri
day, by falling from a cane car which
he was trying to board when in mot
ion. He fell backward breaking his
Several of the young men at Sprec
kelsville have secured the services
of a wonderful Japanese Juggler,
and they will give a show in the
Spreckelsville Hall this eveniug.
Aside from this, there will be a One
Act farce enti'.led "How Tim Flaher
ty earned to Box." Admission
25 cents. -
- Attorney N. W. Aluli, son cf the
lata John T. Aluli. has just graduat
ed from the law department of the
Ann Arobor University,, and has
located in Wailuku as a law partner
of his uncle, Judge A. N. Kepoikai.
He may possibly return to Ann
Arbor for a post graduate course in
Yesterday afternoon a horse hitch
ed to a brake in the yard at Judge
' Kepoikai's upset the brake and ran
away. Olilcer Paresa and John do
Harm fnllnwed the nnimal on horse
back, and Officer Paresa's horse fell,
throwing the rider, but doing no
damage. John do Rego's horse also
stumbled and fell, throwing his rider
down the "stone embankment on the
Mill road and injuring him seriously
about the head and shoulders, bu?
Aloha Lodge. No. 3, of Wailuku
; lias secured a 20 years' glease at a
nominal rental from W. J. Lowrie of
Spreckelsville, of a lot 100 ft. front
by 75 ft. deep on Mill street, near
. the Wailuku depot, and will at once
proceed to erect a lodye building at
. will be two stories, the upper floor of
;wbich- will be used for the lodge
rooms, and the lower "portion will be
for rent. Aloha lodge is in a pros
perous condition and is constantly
increasing its meuiborshlp.
A soft, easy fit-
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
MdNERNY SHOE STO: :
, SOLE ADEN1
The Wailuku Bank.
Mr. Charles 1). Lufkin . roturned
from Honolulu on Wednesday's Clau
dine and expresses himself as much
pleased with the outlook for the early
establishment of a bank at Wailuku.
it was iris intention at hrst to
establish a private bank, but after
looking over the situation fully, he
has arrived at the conclusion that it
would be better to regularly incor
porate a bank under the laws of the
Territory. Consequently the bank
will incorporate with a capital stock
of $200,000, on, which 50 per cent must
bo paid, making the capital $100,000
cash. This will vrobablv bo more
than the bank will need at once, so
that a considerable portion of the
cash will be invested in 6 per cent
bonds untilneeded in the business of
the bank, and no further assessment
will bo called.
Among his heavy backers in Ho
nolulu are Hon. H. P. Baldwin,
Charles M. Cooke and Cecil Browu
who are ready to take up at least
half of the stock, if necessary. It is Mr.
Lufkin's intention, however to place
as much of the stock as possible on
an Maui, in small holdings of five to
ten shares each, and since his arrival
he has secured a number of subscrip
tions in Wailuku, ranging from
Mr. Lufkin states that it really is
up to the people of Maui to establish
the bank, for if they do not feel suffi
cient interest in the enterprise to
subscribe liberally, it will hare a
tendency to discourage him in the
There is no question but what
there is a large banking busiuesi
waiting on Maui to be developed,
and Mr. Lufkin is the right man
for the enterprise, because he is
not only active and energetic, but
he also has large experience in the
business and is a man of sterling
integrity, with such men as Cecil
Brown and C. M. Cooke at his back.
There is no safer investment than
that of bank stock, and while fabu
lous interest cannot be' promised,
still the stock of a bank in Wailuku
should easily pay 10 . percent per
year and over. This is a safe invest
ment, and as there is plenty of money
on Maui, there is no reasonable
doubt but that Mr. Lufkin will suc
ceed in securing all needed subscrip
tions. As soon as the stock is sub
cribed, the enterprise will at once
be put undtr way, and the people of
Wailuku and Maui are to be congra
tulated on the bright prospects
ahead of them for au early installa
of a bank at Waiiuku.
Polo at Makawaoi
A very interesting event is on the
cards for next Friday afternoon,
July 19, it being the first champion
ship game of polo to be played ou
Maui under the auspices of the Ha
waiiau Polo Association.
The game will be played on the
grounds of the Maui Polo Club near
Maunaulu Seminary and will doubt
less be a "hot" jiume. The Maui
Club recently went to Honolulu and
lost a game to the Oahu Club, but
hope for bettor results on their "na
The teams will probably Hue up
about as follows:
Maui Club; F. I'. Baldwin, George
Bailey, David Fleming, Harry Copp,
Sam Ka'ama. Club colors, Black
Ouhu CJub; Charlea Judcl, Ed.
Damon, "Kuuka" Judd, Henry Da
mon. Clu'.i colors, Blue & White.
The poni'is for the Oahu Club came
over on Wednesday's Claudine, and
are being housed and exercised ut
the Maui Club. ' A cosy club house
has recently been erected at the
grounds, thanks to the kindly gene
rosity of Hon. II. P. Baldwin, and
on next Friday afternoon, the
ladies will .-serve refreshments during
game, at the club house. '
Visitors from - Wailuku, Ka hului
Mid Spreckelsville can visit the game
by going up on the 1.80 tvuin to Paia
where carriages can be procured. The
game will not be concluded in time
vn catch the 4.30 return train, but a
spec-it, train will Le provided to
iug the visitors horn Paia later in
tho .ii 'e i noon. A cordial invitation
t '!t .Mnival ijublic. is extended , by
the i1 ill l.' 'i;b.
,, A'i-. John 1U. Horner.
- .ras roccivid at Lahaina on
i . ' ' -. . nf tin.' death of Mrs. John
rjr on S.iiiday evening, at
' lUnchf, Hitmakua, Hawaii.
' "i lit-en received of her illness
i". but her immef'iate death
.- x . .- --"vt imexpectCw,
Honot.uu;, July 12. Tho confer,
ence committees complete their work
today. The session will probably
close next Wednesday. The military
appropriation accepted at reduced
HoNt'i.CLU, July 12. Mrs Samuel
Barker died at New York.
Lahaina, sleepy but beautiful La
haina, has at length waked up, and
is developing ioto a bright, bustling
little American town. Rich in natu
ral advantages, it is singular that it
had not begun to develop before it
did. In the last year, a number of
shanties have' been torn down and
replaced with largo handsome busi
ness blocks on the main street. All
the stores are occupied, and all seem
to bo doing a good business.
Tho deep hole in front of the busi
ness portion of the town is being
filled up, and will be occupied by a
large two story store built express,
ly for the Plantation. A large hotel
and a newpaper are bel.ig talked of.
The former is really needed, the only
difficulty being to secure a suitable
site. However, when the right man
comes a!onr with moriev m his
pocket and offers to build his
own hotel without calling on a stock
company to put up funds for him, it
will not be - very difficult to find a
lovely site on the beach near the
business portion of the town. The
same is true of a newpaper. It is
evident that a stock company paper
would not be a paying investment
but by and by, when the time is ripe,
a man with money of his own will
come along and start a paying little
paper in Lahaina.
Tho people of Lahaina have a
strong Aloha for their town, and in
sist that it should be the metropolis
of the Island. It is to be regret
ted that tho proposition of water
works for Lahaina was not push
ed to completion when the matter
was taken in hand last summer.
There will be'a quiet fight however
between the plantation and the peo
ple before water is brought into the
They are a kindly- and hospitable
folk at the city under tho pahnt, and
after spending, a day or so with them,
it is with a feeling cf sadness that
one bids,thein farewell and turns his
face toward the county seat.
A Japanese by tlie name of Sentara
Nisida committed suicide in the Haw
aiian Commercial & Sugar Company's
mill early Sunday morning by tying a
handkerchief around - hia neck and
strangling himself to death.
He. was a cook on board the Brit
la h ship "An1 e" now in the Ka
hului Harbor, but had run away.
Early Sunday morning ho came in
the Post office and stated that the
tossing of the ship made him sick,
aud that he did not want to return.
Ue said he was afraid he Would be
arrested and taken aboard again.
A High Jumper.
Eugene McCaim of Lahaina, who
recently distinguished himself as a
pupil of St. Louis College, is some
thing of an athlete, haviug brought
home a gold medal for having wou
the championship at polo vaulting,
having brokep the college record and
scored 9 ft. 7 infEugene will take one
year's post graduate course at St
Louis, during which time he hopes
to capture the Isluiid record for pole
vaulting, after which he will matri
oulate at Berkley and look after
the world's record.
For Macfarlane & Co.
Mr. D. L. Meyer has accepted a
position with Macfarlane & Co,
wholesale liquor house at Wailuku,
vice Mr. Bullen, resigned, aud will
go to work for the firm today. Hav
ing secured the services of a com
petent upholsterer, Mr. Meyer will
still receive orders for upholstery
work which will be done at his shop
adjoining Macfarlane & Co's establish
ment opposite the Wailuku depot.
.... Send 75c 11.00 1.2c
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolate
and confections, sent post or freigh
free to any part of the islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor,
Honolulu H I.
Notice To Creditors.
The uuttersiKucil, havliin been ditly Bproinled
r.xRcuior nuu TrtiMloc of the KMnUi tit
Wlllltim Goodness Into of Wnlluku, jMnul, ,lp
cuuNcd, homlijr give notice to all crei'.ltoinof tl.o
deueased, to prun-nt thnlr clulinx, duly auttacn-
ucntca.witli pni-r vouchers, even If tlm si.nio
in wcurra. ny mort(jUKn upon rnal tistate, to
thorn at Wailuku, Maul, within six months from
the dato hureof, or they will be for-n-r barrel
AlldubtHdui'saiU Eslats are pnyaldo to tfcr
A. N. .tKI'QIKAl,
W. F. POliVK,
1. v. KKng,
r.xeruiors ana Trustees of fhe Kstnte ot
Wailuku, Maut, Juuo 87, 11)01.
Notice to Creditors.
Tliooudcrsiimeil. haviuc boen dulv unimiiiti..)
Admiulslrator of the Estate of S. K. Kenweolu,
late of Kamulo, Molokai, deceased, hereby give:
ice to all creditors of tho deccaseb, to pre
t theij claims, dulv autheutioati-d. with
proper voncuers, even If the some is Kpnirfd i,r
mortgage upon real cstato, to him at Wailuku.
mbui, witntn six montbs faom tho date hereof'
r mey win lie forever barrep.
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Administrator ot tho EMoteof 3. K. Kcoweolu
Wailuku, Maul, June !!S, luul.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, haviuc been duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estate ol John T. Aluli
late of Wailuku, Maul, deceased, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of the deceased, to pre-
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, evtn If the same ta secured by
mortirafic upon real estate, to him at Wailuku,
Maul' within six months from the date hereof
or they will be forever burred,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,,
Administrator of tho nutate of John T. Aluli.
Wailuku, Juue S8, WW.
Notice To Creditors-
Tho undersigned, having beeu duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate of John A. Moore
late of Lahaina, Maut, deccaaud, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of the descased, to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, even If the same is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at the law
office of George Hons, Attorney at Law, Wai
luku, Maul, within six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
Q. 13. ROBERTSON.
Administrator of tha Estate of John A.
Wailuku, Maui, June S7, lfitll.
In accordance with Section 1 of
ohauter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby notitied that the" water
rates for the term ending December
31, 1901, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water Works, on tho 1st day of
All such rate remaining unpaid for
15 days after they are due. will be
subject to on additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which ratcf
remain unpaid August 15, 1901, (30
days after bccominij delinquent), au-
iible to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the ofiieo ol
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.'
W. E. Bal,
- Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku June 29, 1901.
TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day appointed M. II. Renter
Esq. Deputy Tax Assessor ' and
Collector for the District of Ilaua,
second Taxation Division, Island ol
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, vice An
drew Gross, resigned. ' "
W. T. Robinson
Tax Assessor, Second Taxation
Approved. Win. H. Wright
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. .July 1, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the
following appointments have been
made on the Hana Road Board, on
Messrs. R. J. McCettigan, Chairman,
M. II. Reuter, Member.
J. II. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Public Works Department,
July 2, 1901.
On December 1st I will open lit
office for general business ut the
Makai Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down s'.air
All business of whatever nu'.urt
intrusted to tne by my Maui nei'h
bors will be promptly attended to,
, C. H. DICKEY.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of tho people of Maui is
called to our facilities for filling iiiail
orders. Orders or inquiries for iroods
not carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful attention.. Do not he.siliite to
call on us, we are pleased to servo you
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd-
Tel. Main 317.
Having Sold off Old Stock
Hats and Shoes.
Pears, Peaches, Plums
Call and examine r.'v Stock.
You will find fcst vtiot you want
at the riglit Price
Goods Delivered at .Wailuku. Wuihee and Waikf.pu.
I0 STABLES i,v.".iLUKu.
Lahaina stables uvhaina.
Hacks, Carriaer, Buies find SadcUe Ilosres
at all hours. Meet all Steamers find Trains.
ml Stage Leaves ).woi!Uiii2C.m.
A. DO REGO) Alar-ager.
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring (We, Nosings,
Return Ik-ads, Quarter and Half
Round, P (1..0.G. & Bead Stops
Astragals. Baso and Hand mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
Sasli, Doors & Blinds
Ha sizes and styles
. Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, hs Ca'c
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
U. S. Amy Standard.
All sizes Frc-n 3 Inches
To 40 Feet Li Length.
V7 rite Us Specifying
92& For:T Street, Honolulu. P. O. Box 784
And enlarged my storu I now
carry u new stock of
Ladies' Dross Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes and Urukrvvear on
the way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
Bacon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full line of fresh
earned goods and fruits.
Two (i)o fla-Ho.i 'i ' vood), with
SuK-ia!.tiiMly i-ui!t o. l-..uglu8 Fir;
One Second Ltaiid Locomotive Boiler
Can !c sivi; at
AAIIULfJl RAILROAD CO.
You can now l.ave your
Solas, Chairs, ctu.,
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstoring Shop, In rear
of nfhew formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddiek, Main St.,
Wailuku. Many Years' ex
pe Hence. Prompt attention
to count r.y orC' j s by n ail
;; D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 91. Wa'.u.ku, Malm.
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