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A largo .number of Wailukans
visited the Folo ganio at Makawao
Don't forget the auction sale of
ihorses at the Bismark Stables at 10
rs, A. J. Rodrigues, dressmaker,
has the agency for BUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui.
If you want a dainty, refreshing
and healthful toothwash, write to
Hackfeld & Co.. Honolulu, for ODOL.
Order your job work done at the
News Job Office. Business Cards,
Bill Heads, Letter Heads and Enve
lops a specialty.
Mr. Chas. D. Lufkin is
with very fair success in securing
subscriptions to the capital stock of
the Wailuku Bank. . y
flapid progress is being made on
the construction of the Chinese
church and the teachers' residence,
at the Settlement.
"" The Windsor" Hotel is now running
'wide open" again, and furnishing
meals as well as rooms to both
"transients" and "regulars".
Sloper & Fatterso.il ,liva sold the
building red entry erected by them on
the corner of Market street and
Kalua Avenue, to a firm of China-
The Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co.
Of Honolulu claimed that they are
reaping fruit from their Matti Newh
ad. This is perhaps because they
juote prices, and bocause the prices
are all right.
The attention of the police is re
spectfully invitod to several cases of
sore backed horses in town. While
we are not auxious to shine as a
"kiu", still the temptation is strong
to point out at least two such cases.
' Tt was inadvertently stated in last
weeks News that Mr. W. J. Lowrie
had leased the premises to Aloha
Lodge, K. of P., on which they will
build, near the depot. As a matter
of fact, it was the H. C. & S. Co.
which leased the land to the Society.
Intending subscribers for stock in
the Bank of Maui would do well to
orresDond with C. D. Lufkiu, at the
Maui Hotel, Wailuku, where orders
for stock will be promptly attended
to. While the par value of the shares
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Will DO iPlUU, OUiy Oil IJCl ICUl nin uo
Collected, B J that subscribers should
.rder two shares for every $100
,-hich they wish to invest,
The firm of A. Enos & Co., con-
isting of Augustine Enos and John
'ereira, are taking stock with a view
.o an early dissolution of the part
nership which has so long existed
between them. Having acquired a
competence, it is probable that one
or both of them will retire fron. ac
tive business. This is the oldest
business house in Wailuku, having
continued for over 33 years.
Dr. McConkey shipped 50 pounds
of Maui coffee to Dr, George A. Pier
gon of the University of Pennsylva
nia, by the S. S. Hawaii, which re
cently lift Kahului. Dr. Pierson is
very fond of Hawaiian coffee, and
requested that the shipment be
made him in order to see what effect
J-DP,arouud the Horn will have
on Hawaiian coffee. H the experi
ment is a success, more will bo ship
ped the same way. '
Hanan & Son
A. soft, easy fit-
tin durable shoe, ,)J
1 1 1,1.. rl,-.
buil&u iur tin nuiua
4WNERNY SHOE STORE
SOI E AGENTS,
White and Blue Wins.
1 lie Honolulu Polo Team won tin
easy and bloodless victory over their
Maul cousins at the Makawao Polo
grounds yesterday afternoon, the
score being eleven to zero In favor
of the Honolulu team when the game
The Maui News recently predicted
that it would be a game in which the
best ponies would prevail, and to a,
certain extent this was true, but it
is no less true that Honolulu team;
played together like a well regulated1
machine. Individually too they did'
some tine field work, consequently
the Maui boys found themsulves at a
disadvantage at every point except
that of pluck and endurance.
During the first part of the game
the Honolulu .boys piled up their
score with rapidity and precision,
but hi the latter half of the game,
they had to content themselves with
touch downs, and the Maui boys
more than shared the honors with
them in the matter of touch downs
during the latter part of the game.
Although the game seemed so one
sided, yet it was exciting from start
to finish, and should do much to Incite
the young men of Maul to organize
polo teams in the difforent commun
ities on the Island.
A Delightful Mustcale.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowrie and'
Miss Clara Lowrie, whose social
qualities have endeared thwi to a
host of friends on-Maui, gave a part
ing musicale on Wednesday evening
at Spreckelsville, as a goodbye to
their friends, as they leave for the
There has rarely been a more de
lightful or elaborate function giveu
on the Island, and pleasant memories
of the evening will long remain with
the many guests whose privilege it
was to enjoy the hospitalities of the
occasion, lhe music was or a
higher class than common, and was
rendered is a manner to call for
enthusiastic and well deserved ap
plause. The recitations were also
high class and afforded a treat to
The 'Cello and Piano instrumental
piece, by Miss Clara Lowrie and 'Mr.
John Decoto, and the ..Cornet and
Piano instrumental piece by Miss
Hons and Mr. Chas. Lufkin were
notably fine as was the piano solo by
Mr George Schrader. Rev. Mr.
Ault sang in his usual excellent man
ner, and Miss Lindholm, a talented
elocutionist, thrilled her hearers with
her recitations. '
The lanai of the Lowrie residence
was handsomely decorated, the back
ground being a largo American flag,
with groups of ferns, flowers and
Chinese lanterns in a prodigality ot
profusion, suggesting Tennyson's de
scription of the palace of Haroun al
Raschid. An elegant collation was
served, and at midnight the 'function
closed, the many guests from Wai
luku returning on a special train
provided by the thoughtfulness of
The following is the program: .
Piano Solo, Miss Adams; Recita
tion, Miss Featherstone; Song, Mr.
Ault; 'Cello and Piano, Miss Lowrie
aud Mr Decoto; Song, Misa Hons;
Recitation, Miss Llndholnf; Piano
Solo, MissJ?,wkrf Ccriietilrd Pia.no..
MissHons and Mr. Lufkin; Recita
tion, Mrs. Lowell; Song, Miss Lowrie;
Piano Solo, Mr, . Schrader j Song,
Rev. W, Ault.
Two Account of it.
The followiug is clipped from Wed
Edwin S. Gill, editor of the Repub
lican, a iiinn under indictment
for shooting Mortimer L. Stevens,
surreptitiously left tlie Islands last
night, per steamer Sierra, but some
thing intervened. Friends of Mr. Gill
say he will not return, the Republic
an having proved to be a disastrous
And the following is clipped from
Wednesday's Republican :
Edwin S. Gill, editor of the Repub
lican, left in the Maripo.su this morn
ing for a short visit to the Coast. He
goes to superintend the shipping of
a new press for this paper and will
return by the earliest possible steam
er Possibly the situation U cleared up
by the following lucid editorial clipped
from Wednesday's Republican:
Peripatetic-ism may bo a dreadful
tiling. Yet it can hardly be worse
than that topical Immobility which is
maintained by strings leading its vie
tim to the hands of creditors and the
Base Ball at Wailuku.
Wailuku witnessehs the first game
of baseball on the new grounds last
Sunday afternoon, between the Wal
luku nine and the Ulupalakua nine.
The ground was somewhat rough,
as it has-not yet been -.rolled, but
still the boys managed o ,put up a
fair gaiffo of ball. They lined up a
Wailuku: Cornwall, Boote, J. Gar
cia, Morris, Cummings, Jackson, A.
Garcia, Pickard and Schrader.
Ulupalakua: Crook, Kinau, Naa
uwao, Kaahanui, O'.eko, Juiihin,
Henderson, Aukai and Clack
Although the bny are improving
in their play, both sides tcored a
large number of runs the score
being 23 for the Wailukus to 17 for
the Ulupalakaus. An effort will be
made to put the grounds in better
order before the next game is played.
On last .Monday morning, one of
drivers for the Bismnrk Stables was
returning from the depot and dis
mounted from his hack t6 fasten a
loosened chock rein. Just as he was
in the net of stepping into his hack,
a passing teamster shouted to his
team and cracked his whip. This
frightened the" hack team which
started to run, throwing the driver
Escaping from the driver, they
ran up Market and turned into Vine
yard street, overturning the hack
and breaking loose from it near the
Chinese school. The stampeded horses
ran -up Main street and had just
turned into high street when they
were caught by Captain Saffery of
the Wailuku police. No damage
was dono save to smash the top of the
, Collector E. A. Stackablo of Hon
olulu, came over from Hawaii on
last night's Kinau.
Mr. W. H. Field took a flying visit
to Hana on this week's Claudine, re
turning to Wailuku today.
Mr. F. H. Hayselden" and Mr. L."
M. Ve tie-sen of .Lahaina returned
from Honolulu on Tuesday's Kinau.
Dr. J. W. Raymond returned from
Honolulu this week, accompanied
Mr. A. B. Wood of Waterhouse & Co.
Cards are out for the wedding of
David K. Eldridgo of Kula to Miss
Lilly Hattie Newton on Wednesday,
C. F. Chillingworth of Honolulu is
on Maui this week," looking after
police matters. Several changes are
anticipated as a result of his visit.
Miss Turner aim Miss Malone, ac
companied by Mrs. Knapp of the
Kamehameha, have gene uu country
to spend several weeks at the old
Quite a number of visitors includ
ing Walter Dillingham, Mr. Kimball
Mrs. Walker and Wiilio Vida cinr.e
over this week the guests of Col.
V. II. Coi iiwoll of Waikapu.
Senator II. P. Baldwin and Hoi
C. H Dickey arrived from Honolulu
on Wednesday's Claudine and pro
bably will not return to Honolulu
for the close ot the legislative session,
unless something of importance oc
curs to cull them back.
Mr. T. B. Lyons tjjavc u dinner
party on Thursday evening in honor
of Mr. C iV-ailUisTttrjrjty
High Sheriff, at which many of the
friends' of the latter were present
and an enjoyable time was had, "for
he's a jolly good fellow."
Mr Alexauder McKibbin and a
party of friends leave-for Honolulu
on todays .Claudine. inepo they
will be joined by Mrs. S. E. Bailey of
Makawao, and the entire party will
take a tvip to British Columbia re
turning via the United States after
a several months' visit.
Notice is hereby that Mr. W. G.
Ogg has this day I"een appointed a
Member of the Wailuku Road Board
during the absence of C. B. Wells.
J. H. Boyd,
Superintendent of Fublic Works.
Public Works' Oflice,
Honolulu. July 12, 1901.
Notice is hereby giveu that the
following appointments have this day
been made on the Hana Road Board:
Messrs. J. W. Halemano, Member,
G. P. Wailehua, "
J. II. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works' Oflice,
Honolulu, July 15, 1901,
.Notice To Creditors,
The udiIwkIbu&j, hnvlng boon duly nppolut--cl
Kxecutnra and Trawlers of the Kxlote ot
Wlllliim Goodness late .of Wailuku, Maul, !c
censed, lieretiy kIvo nntlco to all creditors of tl.c
deceased, to present their claims, duly autlien
llcatcd.tvlth pnper vouchers, oven If tho same
Is secured by mortnK0 upon renl ostntn, to
them at Walluliu, Maui, wllhlu six months from
the date hereof, or they will bo forever bnrrcd
All dolitsduosald Estnto are pnyablo to the
A. N. iCEPOIKAI,
W. P. POtiUE,
J. V-. KEKR,
Executors and Trustees of tho Estate of
Wailuku, Maui, Juno 27, 1001.
Notice to Creditors.
Thonudeniigned, having boon duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estate of S. K. Kcawoolu,
late nf Kaninlo, Molokal, deceased, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of tho deceaccb, to pre
sent theU claims, duly authenticated, with
proper. voucqers, even If the some is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him. at Wailuku.
Maul, within six months fijom the duto hereof
or they wU be forever barrep.
A. N. KEPOIKAl.
Administrator of the EstateofS. K.Keoweolu
Wailuku, Muuf, June 28, llMjt.
Notice to Creditors.
Tho underslimed, having been duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate ol John T. Alull
lato of Wailuku, Maul, decoased, hereby gives
uotice to all credttors of the deceased, to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, evtu If the same ts secured by
mortgage upon real estato, to him at Wailuku,
Maul' within six monhs-from tho date hereof
or they will bo forever barred,
!C A. N. KEPOIKAI ,
Administrator of the Estate of John T. Alr.il.
:Wailuku, June 28, 10OI.
Notice To Creditors.
Tho uudcrslgned, having boen duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estato of John A. Moore
late of Lahaina, Maul, deceased, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of the deseased, 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 tho date
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
O. B. ROBERTSON,
Administrator of the' K.itato of John A.
Wailuku, Maul, June 87, 1901.
WATER NOTICE. .
In accordance with Section 1 of
chapter XXVI of the laws of 18S6:
All persons holding water privi
leges' or those paying water rate?,
are hereby notified that the -water
rates for the term ending December
31, 1901, will be due nnd payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water. Works, on the 1st day ol
AH such rate remaining unpaid for
15 days nfler they are duo will be
subject to on additional 10 per cent.
All privileges uron which rates
remain unpaid August 13, 1001 , (i)0
days after becoming delinquent), arc
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the oTiee of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal,
. Supt. Wailuku &"Kahului
Wailuku June 2;, 1901.
TAX ASSES-SOU'S OFFICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day appointed M. H. Router
Esn:'-i?rT'uTy- Ta.f-l Assessor and
Collector for the DistHcTor'-IIaiTar
second Taxation Division, Island of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, vice An
drew Gross, resigned.
W. T. Robinson
Tax Assessor, Second Taxation
Approved. . Wm. H. Wright
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. July 1, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the
following appointments have betu
made on the' Hana Road Board, on
Messrs. R. J. McGettigan, Chairman,
M. H. Reuter, Member.
J. II. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Public Works Department,
July 2, 190.1.
On December 1st I will open ui
office for general business at the
Makal Ewa corner of Kh.g and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stairs
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maul neigh
burs will be promptly attended to.
C. II, DICKEY.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. 5 IVS.Anny Standard.
- . ...
J ho attention or the people ot Maui is
. railed to our facilities for hiling
orders. Orders or inquiries for
not carried by us receive prompt and'
cheerful attention. Do not hesitate to
call on us, we are pleased to serve you
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd
Tel. Main 317. 92S Four Street, Honolulu. P. O. Box 784
Having Sold off Old Stock
Hats and Shoes.
Pears, Peaches, Plums
' Call and examine my Stock.
Yoa will find just what you want
at the right Price
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Waiheo and Waikap u.
I0 STABLES wailuku,
LAHAIINA STABLES . lahaina.
Hacks, Carriajiis, Buggies and Saddle Hosres
;it all hours. Meet all steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves
A. DO RECO)
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Cov'e, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and lla'f
Round, I1. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Corm-es,
Casings, Frames, (indows and
door). Stair and Porch Kails,
Etc. - Etc.
Sash, Doors & Blinds
Ha sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spru:e, As Oak
KAHULUI PATLROAD CO
All sizes From 3 Inches
f T At T? i T T it-
A 1 O U rfcCl 111 i-KllgUl.
S Write Us Specifying
And enlarged my store I now
carry a new stock of
Ladies Dress Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes and Underwear 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.
(Lahaina 7 a. in. ) n
) Wailuku li a. m. S
Two 000 G.xllon ri ui.;.?, (wood), with
Subs1..u1;a;ly built of louglas Fir;
OneTTcf .iC,X'u"t' f-ocimotive lJoiitr
ri .is nabie 1:v'uits."V
TI.'.UCLi;! RATL1VJA1) CO.
Bs Comfortable. -
You cui n.nv l.ave your
Sofas, Chairs, ctw.,
la-atly Uiliiil.st.ei;J t;t r.:y
Uplnd.Uei ing Siiop, in rear
of uihce formerly occupied
bv Dr. Wed dick, Main St.,
Wailuku. Many Years' ex
perionce. Prompt attention
to country orders by u ail
I. L. ME i 2.U.
1V1. 01. Wailuk Mal-j.
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