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The Claudino came over a day late
Mrs. A. J. Rodrigues, dressmaker,
has the agency for BUTTERICK'S
PATTERNS for the Island of Maui.
If you want a daiuty, refreshing
and healthful toothwash, write to
Hackfeld & Co., Honolulu, for ODOL.
. Mr. George Hons and Miss Hons
' will givo an "At Homo" this even
ing to their many friends of Wailuku
Look out for a number of new Ho
nolulu ads in our next issue. Funny
that some of our Wailuku merchants
dont joiu the procession.
There U considerable complaint
about delayed and miscarried letters
among the central Maui post offices.
Wonder who is to blame?
G. G. Seong, on appeal to the
Circuit Court, at chambers, was
fined 2jU and costs on the charge of
filing liquor at Lihaiua.
Rov. W. Ault went to Kona, Ha
waii on last night's Mauna Loa, for a
week's trip, and there will be no
services at the Anglican church
If you want to realizs what deli
cious weather we are having in Wai
luku, just spend a few days in Hono
lulu and then come home. It's sim
Modest Soares, the Porto Rican
prisoner who escaped from the road
guard last Friday night has so far
managed to successfully evade cap-
tured, and no trace of him can be
' The Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co
- ol Honolulu claimed that they are
reaping fruit from their Maui New
". ad. This is perhaps because they
quote prices, and because the prices
are all right.
Cut out the' notice of the . Kahului
Railroad Co. at the top of the .first
page, and paste it in your hat. The
The increased train service thereiu
promised is a boon to central Maui,
,'ud will doubtless prove mutual
beneficial. - "
The City Market has just installed
a large two-story refrigerator, re
ceived from the coast per the., Flint.
This refrigerator reaches from the
floor to the roof, and will make a
desirable addition to the Market.
Tt. i rfidv for use and the ice will
be put in at once.
Mr. George Freeland. reccully of
Tlritish Columbia, who is an ex
perienced hotel man, has leased the
hotel premises ol Matt McCann ut
T.almim,. ami will at once put up a
first classes hotel.' Mr. Freeland
has Bufficieut moans of his own and
will not form a stock company, con
sequently .Lahaina is now assured of
a hotel. The News heartily extends
Say, turnback to the first. page
and look at the Kahului Store ad.
They dont pay any rent, and they
get all their goods from the coast
direct, carrying an immense stock of
judiciously 'selected goods, so that
. they can sell right down to bed rock.
This firm can easily control the bulk
of the'j wholesale and retail trade of
Maui if they reach for it, and judging
by their ad, they are ' -natural born
A soft, easy Sit
ting durable shoe,
suited tor all kinds
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SOI E 'AGENTS.
To a Uitlandor who visits Honolulu
sayoncda quarter, the growth of
the metropolis is magical. There is no
boom, in ttie California sense of the
term, but the stoady increasing
amount of building is startling. And
there is no douht but that this is only
the beginning of what is to come
within the next ten 3'ears.
Incidentally, the biggest thing in
Honolulu today is the Pacific Heights
trolley line running in senuous curves
far up on the crest of a mountain
which commands a perfect and unin
terrupted panorama of the wholo of
Honolulu and of the bay and ocean
from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor.
Lots are now being sold cheap along
the whole length of the line, and
many young men of today, irome of
whom may read this, will one day re
gret that they did not secure a lot
on Pacific Heights, for it will one
day be the site of a eeries of elegant
residences, and will command fabu
Honolulu merchants and business
men generally ure complaining of dull
times, and attribute the stringency
to the defection of the legislature.
Rut really an analysis of the situa
tion does not reveal anything like
panicky conditions, and compared
with many towns of like size in the
States, Honolulu is enjoying a marvel
lous degree of prosperity. Of course,
the ;idyllic conditions which existed
under tho republic are gone for good,
and money will never again be so
plentiful as it was in Honolulu during
the era of tho republic, and to this
may be added that a keen com peti
tion has sprung up in Honolulu which
never existed during the republic
but it will not bo long before the mer
chants and business men of Honolulu
adapt themselves to the new condi
tions,. and all complaints of hard
times will cease. -
Now that tho legislature has ad
journed and Judge Humphreys is
away, things wear a sabbath like
stillness, and the erstwhile roar of
the Advertiser has sunk to a gentle
murmur, aud tho Bulletin is so busy
installing its nevy lynotype machine,
making other improvements and
getting out an' elegant '.illustrated
pamphlet of Hawaii that it don't
have time to do any more strenuous
Very many Honolulans have left
or are leaving for tho Coast, to re
main till the holidays. Among them
Attorney-General Dole, who has not
taken a holiday for five years, has
been granted; sixty days holiday to
go to the Coa-st, not for his health
solely, but also to bring back' as
a bride, Miss Gallagher of San Fran
THE BANK OF MAUI.
The following is a list of the sub
scribers to the Bank of Maui to date;
II. P. Baldwin George Hons, L. M,
Baldwin, W. A. McKay,. V. T. Ro
binson, John Weddick, R. A. Wads-
worth, L. Barckhausen, Goo Lip, G.
G. Seong, George H. -Iunn, F,
Kohler.i AV. Hcnning, Arthur Waal,
;. J. Rodrigues, F. J "Wheeler
Lelie Scott, H. Strenbeck, Cezaro
Rodrigues, Win. A. Sparks, T. B.
Lyons, John Fereira A. Euos, Chas
Lennox, W, J. Lowrie, E. H. Bailey
C. II. Jennings. G. L. Keenv. F. F,
Baldwin, AV. E. Beck with, F. G.
Douse, W. U. A ik en, A. J; emulates,
Jr., AV. F. McConkey.F. W. Hardy,
James Anderson, S. E. Kalama," T
wana, Tarn Yau Co., G. H. Wilbur,
C. E. Haynes, S. Hocking A. R
McLane, N. Black., About 145,000
has been subscribed, leaving 110,000
yet to oe subscribed. There is no
doubt but that this will be subscri
bed as there aro a number of pro
mineut men whom Mr. Lufkin. has
not yet been, able to meet. All those
desiring stock, should at once com
muuicate by mail with Mr. Lufkin at
the Maui Hotel, Wailuku.
Elegant Passenger Coaches.
The Kahului Railroad Co. received
from tho Coast, by the Flint, two
lovely passenger coaches, mauu
factured by the Convertible Car Co
of New York. These cars are each
:57 feet long, and contain ten double
and ten single seats. The seats ar
wicker work, mounted on springs
and aro reversible. The wood work
of the coaches Is polished oak an
ash and the interior finish is of beau
ful bird's eye maple.
These cars are tubular in struct
"ure, and are ingenuously arranged
so as to be converted In a moment
from open to enso cars, and vice
versa, or one' side caii bo opened and
the other left closed. Even when
closed,' the windows are so arranged
as to give an unobstructed view.
The two platforms of aach coach are
vestibuled, makiug good observatory
cars, and the ventilation Is perfect.
Each coach is furnished with ice
water and elegant lamps, but for ob
vious reasons, the stove and coal box
of colder climates is omitted.
A handsomer or more comfortable
coach could hardly have been devis
ed' o'nd the management deserves
credit for their introduction on the
Majority Verdict Illegal.
Honolulu, July 26. Judge Gear
todav rendered a decision that crim
inals confined by a majority verdict
during tho "transition period" are
illegally held. Under this decision,
three prisoners have already been
released from the Oahu prison.
Attorney General Dole is seeking
an appeal to the Supreme Court by
suine out a writ of mandamus against
Judge Gear: The writ has not yet
I cen issued.
To .Adjourn Today.
Honolulu, July 20. The legislat
ure will probably adjourned tomor
row. Madam Pele Waking.
Hu.0, July 21). The volcano is ra
pidly growing hotter and dense clouds
of smoke are pouring forth, but ns
yet no tire or overflow of lava. An
eruption is expected in the next few
Ship "Empire" In Flames.
. Mahukona, July 2C, 7, p. m. The
Ship Empire with coal from New
castle caught fire early this morn
ing, and is all in flames. An effort
was made to beach her but tho wind
was too strong. Nothing saved.
The captain and crew go to Honolulu
on the Kinau tommorrow. The Ki-
nau is now working on her.
C. Kimball and bride left for Hilo
on Tuesday's Kinau.
R. C. Searle and son of Honolua
Ranche are visiting the county seat
AV. J. England and his wife and R
Davis and his wife of Honolulu are
B. R. Banning aud Chas. Grimood
of Honolulu arc on Maui this week,
looking up Puuucne Plantation.
J. E. Tricbt, San Francisco, and J.
N. Cobb and AV. II. Asbmead, AVash
ingtoo, D. C, are registered at the
Maui Hotel. i, '..
Mr. and Mrs. AAToods, Mr. and Mre.
Widemann aud other relatives of the
Parker family on Hawaii went to
Honolulu on last night's Kinau to
meet the remains of Mrs. Samue1
Capt. Eainberry of the , Salvation
Army goes to Honolulu today, thence
to Hilo. It is not yet determined
who will succeed Capt. Bambcrry on
on jiaui.. xnere win do no salvation
meeting for the next week or so.
FILLER On July 25, 1901, to Mr.
and Mrs. R. W Filler of iKahului a
twelve pound son. '
BRIDGES. At Wailuku, July 23.
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bridges,
REAVIS. At Lahaina July 2itb.
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E Reavis
Notice is hereby that Mr. W. G
Ogg has tt.ls day oecn appointed a
Member of the Wailuku Road Board
during the absence of C. . B. Wells.
J. II. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works' Office,
Honolulu, July 12, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the
following appointments have this day
been made on tho If ana Road Board
Messrs. J. W. Halemano, Member,
G. P. Wallehua, "
J. it. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Public Works' Office,"
Uoaolulu, July 15, 1S01.
Notice To Creditors.
Tbo nuduraiKUiid, having been duly appointed
Executors and Trustees of the Estate of
William Uondnras lata of Wailuku, Maui, tie
ceased, hereby give notice to all creditors of tLc
deceased, to present their claims, duly authen-
tlcBted.nith pr por vouchers, even if the sBme
is secured by inortgnKO upon real estate, to
them at Wailuku, Maui, within six mouths from
tho date hereof, or they will bo forever bnrrcd.
All debtsduesaid Estute are payable to the
A. N. ivttlDIKAI,
W. F. POOUE,
J. V. KERR,
Executors ami Trustees of tho Estato of
Wailuku, Maul, June 87, 110)1.
Notice to Creditors.
The nudersii-'ued, ha lag been duly appoiuted
Administrator of tho Estate of 3. K. Keawoolu,
lateo Kamaln, Mnlnkal, deceased, hereby gives
notlro to all rredttorHof the deceaseb, to pre-
sfn: tlielJ clulms, duly authenticated, with
proper youcqei-H, even If the some In seenred by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at Wailuku.
Muui, wltliin six mouths faom tho d'ato hereof
or they will he forever barrep.
A. N. KEPOIKAl.
Administrator of the EstateofS. K. Kcoweoln
Wailuku, Maul, June 28, 1H.
Notice to Creditors.
The uiu!( .-si'iiod, having beeu duly appolnleu
Administrator of tho Estate ol John T. Aluli
lato of Wailuku, Mauf,' deceased, hereby frlrcs
noijce lo all credl tors cf the deceased, to r-re
sent their claims,' duly authenticated, will.
proper vouchers, evtn if the same ts secured by
morttraK'' upon real estate, to him nt Wulluku.
Muui' wlihln six months from the dato hereof
or they will be forever barred,
A. N. KEPOIKAl.,
AdminlMrator of the Estate of John T. Aluli.
Wailuku, Juno S8, hull. ,
Notice To Creditors.
Tho li:;uersigned, having been duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estate of John A. Moore
late of 1 uliainn, Maul, deceased, hereby gives
notice lo all creditors of tho deseased, to pro
S'ut their claims, duly autltentlcatpd, with
projier vouchers, even if the same Is secured by
mortgL'e upnu'real estate, to him at the law
oltice of Ut-orge Hons, Attorney at Law, Wai
luku, Maui, witbtu six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
U. B. ROBERTSON,
Administrator of tho Estate of Johu A.
Wailuku, Maul, June T, 1001.
. In accordance with Section 1 of
chanter XXVI of the laws of 188C:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby notilied that tho water
rates for the term ending December
31, 1001, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water Work, on the 1st dav of
All such rate remaining unpaid for
15 days afier they are due will be
subject, to on addiiior.til 10 per cent
All privileges upon which rate?
remain unpaid August 1", 1!01. (:(
days after becoiiun.f delinquent;, are
liable to suspension without furtl.er
Kates are payable at the office of
tho Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku June 2!), l0l.
TAX AS5tS&OR'S OH iCH.
Notice is hereby givi'ii it I have
this dav appointed M. If. R"uter
Esci. Deputy Tux A-its.-or and
Collector for the District of H-na
second Taxation iJivioion, island ol
Maui. Territory of Hawaii. vi e An
drew Gross, resigned.
W. T. Robinson
Tax Assessor, Second Taxation
Approved. Win. II. Wright
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. July 1, 1901
Notice is hereby' jiveii that th
following-. appointments have been
made on the Hana Road Board, on
Messrs. R. J. McGettigan, Ciiairman
M. II. Reuter, Member.
J. H. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public Works
Public Works Department
July 2, 1901.
On December 1st 1 wilt open a
office for general businesa nt tl
Makai Ewa corner of Kir.g and
Bethel streets, Honolulu, down stain
All business of whatever natur
Intrusted to uie by my' Maul neig
bors will be promptly attended to.
' C. II. DICKEY.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE, i U.S. Army Standard:
The attention of tho people of ilaui 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 serve you
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
el. Main 317. .. 926 Fort Street, Honolulu. P. O. Bsx 784?
A, J. Rodrig
Having Sold off Old Stock
l Hats and Shoes.
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Waihee and Waikapu
Hacks, Carriages, Cuggies and
at all hours. Meet all (steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves
A. DO RECO,
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Crown, Spring Cov'e, Nosings,
Return Heads, Quarter and Half
Round, P.G..O.G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair aud Porch Rails,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
Ha sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Asli, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
All sizes From 2 Inches
To 40 Feet In Length.
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. Hamr,
Bacon and Silver Leaf f
Lard. Full line of fresh f
earned goods and fruit.r.
Pears, Peaches, Plums f
and Tomatoes. J
Call and examine my Stock.
You will find just what you want i
at the right Price " ----.
Lahaina 7 a. m.
(Wailuku 12 a.m.$
GOO Gallon Tanks, (wood), with
Subitai tially built of Douglas Fir;
One Sl'coikI Uaiid Locomotive Boiler
C;uiTo sern nt
::ahului railroad co.
i YJu can now have your
Parlor Set 5
Sofas, Chairs, etu.,
ntutly Upholstered nt my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
bv Dr. Weddick, Mum St.,
Wailuku. Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by n ail
P. L. MEYEI?.
Tel. 94. WAiixicr, Malt.
Read The MAUI NEWS.