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. "Personal men.tion.Qi) ?cpnd page.
Is you gulne to de minstrel show at
Spreckelsvllle dis ebenin 1
The Chinese are .erecting a new
business block o Jalua Avenue.
ee notice of dissolution of partner
ship of Enos & Co. in this issue.
The IJiws is topheavy with ads
this week, and is beginning to feel
Are you fond of Budweiser Beer?
If so, look up Hackfeld and Co.'s ad
on fourth page.
The old and reliable house, Theo.
H. Da vies & Co., advertise a staple
line of goods in this issue. Look it up,
A tennis club has been organised
at Sunnyside, Makawao, of which
the initial game was played last Sat
The Maul Hotel Is now prepared
to serve Saturday night dinners, but
it would be well to telephone your
orders In advanoe.
There will be a ministrel show at
' Spreckelsville this evening, given un
der the auspices of the Tennessee &
Hawaiian Concert Co.
. Whitman & Co., a new but very
reliable Honolulu business firm is
" reaching for the Maui trade. See
their new ad this week.
. H. C. Oveuden, the manager of the
Hana Store came over on the C:au
- dine this morning and is spenaing
'the day in Wailuku. He goes to
Honolulu this afternoon.
Don't forget the monthly meeting
of the Maui Athletic Association at
the Court House on Monday evening.
All members and others interested
. should attend and help tho. thing
The Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co
of Honolulu claimed that they are
l'eaDinsr fruit from their Maui News
ad. Thi3 perhaps ' because they
quote prices, and beca use the prices
are all right.
The framework and raftering of
. the new Puunene Mill is about com
pleted, and the roof will be put on at
once. Work is being rapidly pushed
in the iuterior, and it is beginning to
look quite like a sugar mill.
Antonio do Rogo has bought out
the Depot Stables and will 'establish
it at Kahului at once. He has secur-
'edalot adjoining the Bob English
premises and will begin the erection
of a first class livery stable at Kahu
lui arly this coming week.
Here is something good for Maul.
The Pacific Cycle & Manufactnuing
Co. advertise the Ooodform Closet
sets which are just the thing to pro
tect your clothes from the dust and
keep your Sunday coat and trousers
in good shape. Write to them, post
office box 751, Honolulu, for partic
The next regular meeting of the
Makawao Debating Club will be held
at Paia Church next Friday evening.
The Question to bo-discussed is "Re-
. , solved, .That four yeurs of travtl
gives a broader education than four
years of college study, with W. K
Beck with and F. E. At water for the
affirmative, and W. O. Aiken and J-.
J. Johnson for tht negative.
Hanan & Son
A soft, easy fit
ting ducabli s hos,
suited for all kinds
SO! E AGNT$.
Mr. and MIm Hon "At Home.4'
On last Saturday evening,. Mr,
Goorge Hons and Miss Hons,
were "At Home." The function
was given by Miss Hons In honor of
her brother's th birthday, and
proved one of the most delightful re
ceptions which new Wailuku has wit
nessed. The residence and grounds
were lighted with a profusion of
Chinese lanterns producing a charm
Miss Hons proved a delightful hos
tess, and made tho evening viry
pleasant for her guests, and sho was
well seconded by the generous hos-
pitality characteristic of Mr. Hons
who is an adept at making his guests,
enjoy tneraseives. Music, games ana
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reiresmner.ts were ine ieaiure. oi
the evening, and the Waihee string
uanu lurnisneu excellent uance music
and some choice Hawaiian sours
from their orchestra on the lawn,
me music, mooungni ana uancinjf ""
the lanal making a very pretty and
effective picture of semtropic social
life. Among those present were Dr.
and Mrs. J. Weddick, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Corn well, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Ogg, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Coke, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Coke, Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs.
James Painter, Mrs. W. T. Robinson,
Mrs. A. T. Hagencamp, Mrs. W. G.
Taylor, Mrs. Hayselden, Miss Com-
well, Miss McKee, Miss Northon,
Miss Culvert, Miss Morris, Miss Nape,
Miss Nancy Cummings, Miss Mollie
Cuminings, Miss Dowestt, Miss Kirk-
land Judge W. A. McKay, Mr. Wood,
Mr. A. N. Hayselden, Mr. A. T. R.
Jackson, Dr. W. R. Boote, Mr. H.
B. Weller, Mr. Carl Waldeyer, Mr.
Feld. Hons, Mr. Seal, and Mr. L,
Boy Accidentally Shoota Himself.
William K. Kuaiaina, a fifteen
year old Hawaiian boy, better known
to the readers of this paper as "Little
Billie," who was for a time a typo
in the News office, accidentally shot
himself about four o'clock Thursday
afternoon, near his residence in Iao
He had been out shooting birds,
and was standing on the hillside near
his home. He called to attract the
attention of the people in the house,
and when they looked out, ho amused I
himself and them by going through
the manual of arms with his shotgun.
He was lost sight of for a few minutes,
and then the report ot Lis gun was
heard. A younger brother ran out
into tho yard to what he had shot,
and saw him lying down. Waiting a
few moments, the younger brother
noticed smoke rising from his bro
ther's clothes and ran up on the hill
side and found William dead,
The only known witness to the trag
edy was a small Portuguese boy
who states that William s gun seem
ed to slip from his hand and fall to the
base of the rock on which he was
standing, immediately after which
it was discharged. After the shot,
William straightened up and stood
erect for a few moments,' and then
reeled and fell dead. The shot en
tered tho aouomen tma ranged .up
ward, doubtless pe.ietratlug the
Tho sheriff and several officers
were soon on the scene, but the evi
dence of accident- was so apparent
that it was deemed unnecessary to
hold an inquest.
Luau At luo Stable.
Mr. Anionic do ttego, tho energe
tic and popular manager of the Iao
I SUbles and the Wailuku and Laha
ina Stags line gave a luau to his many
friends at noon on Saturday, in honor
of the completion of-, his commodious
and comfortable stage and livery j
Like everything else that Antonej
does, it was "wela ka hao," and his
many guests received a hearty wel-
co'uo to an elegantly gotten up luau.
The building was decorated with
flags, and the tables were handsome-l
ly decorated with flowers and ferus.
The affair was very much enjoyed by
all ;the guests, who look forward
anxiously to the time when Antone
will build another barn.
Lying near tho Wr.iluk-i Depot.
partly covered with dirt, me half a
dozen monstrosities in llio shape of
of hydrants, nut peneetly useless for
tho water mams of Wailuku. luigi
neer Jail. T. Taylor, win put iu the
water system in Wailuku, was
able to use them, and tho govern
ment should lit once have them taken
eway und send over suitable hy
drants. Those seat wore selected
by Mr. Rowell of dubious memory
(Special to Maul News.)
Mrs. Parker's Body Arrives,
Honolulu, Aug. 2 Hon. Samuel
Parker has returned with the body
of his wife, on the Peru, and will
leave (or Hawaii ou Tuesday
Muetftot Sell Bonds of Republic.
Honolulu, Aug. 2 Acting-Gov
ernor Cooper has received a letter
from U. S. Secretary Hitchcock,
disapproving of the use of the bonds
of the Republic of Hawaii for the
Territory. More legislation will be
will not Remove Gov. Dole.
HoNoi.rLtr. 2-A soocial Wash.
,gton dispatoh-'k the Honolulu Bui-
letln say8 that president McKinley
...;n . t ,t. , u,
t(,rritorial ieKisiatui.e to remove
Assault with Deadly Weapon.
Garfield Cooper, the colored Ten
nessee boy has recently been quite
noticeable in tho ranks of the Salva
tion Army in Wailuku, was the vic
tim of a somewhat serious assault at
hands of one Thomas Kinion, a Porto
Rican, about noon on Thursday.
Garfield was officiat.ion as water boy
for a gang of Porto Rican and Jap
anese plantation laborers, and while
distributing water, he states that he
was struck from behind with a hoe
in the hands of Kinnion. Turning to
see whence tha blow came, Kinnion
struck him again with his list, and
then attempted to hit him ugain with
tho hoc, but was prevented by other
Porto Rican.s. Garfield says that he
has not tho remotust idea why the
Porto Rican . struck him, asj he
had not had any previous trouble
with the man, but he thinks probably
that the man asked him for a drink
of water, still as he does not under
stand Porto Rican, he is not sure.
Kinnion will probably be arraigned
before District Magistrate McKay
this morning. "
Aloha Loago No. 3 K. of P.
A rehearsal will be held on Sun
day, Aug. 4th, 10 a. m. at the Castle
Hall, for work in the Amplified
All visiting brothers cordially invited
K, R, & S.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership heretofore existing be
tween A.Enos and John Fereira under
the firm name of A. Enos & Co., has
this day been dissolved by mutual
Tho General Merchandise business
heretofore carried on at Wailuku,
Maui by said firm will be continued
by Mr. A Enos.
All accounts owing saitl hrm prior
to this ds.te are to be paid to Mr. A
Enos, who is authorised to receipt
Wailuku, Aug.-1st, 1001.
JOHN FEREIRA, by
his attorney in fact, W. T. Robins-or.
Qualified representatives in each
citv and town for sale of bonded und
tax-paid standard Whiskies. Good
opportunity for right man. Expel-
ience desired, but not absolutely nec
essary. No application considered
without references Address, THE
ASSOCIATED DISTILLERS DIS-
TRIBUTING CO., Mono Evildinp,
Notice is hereby that Mr. V. G.
Ogg has this day been appointed o
Member oi the Wailuku Road Doard
during the absence of C. 13. Wells.
J. H. Hojd,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works' Olliee,
Honolulu. July 12, 1901.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
(adjoining houba's STOflE.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Claan aud Tidy
White Custom Solicited.
Notice To Creditors.
The upaorsignid.-Jiavlnif been duly Appointed
Kxecutors and TrtiHteea of tht Kstmo of
.William Goodness lto of Wailuku, Maul, de
ceased, taorcby giro notice to all creditors of tte
doceaied, to prosent their claim, duly authen
ticated, with proper vonohom, even if the same
Is secured .by mortgage upon real estate, to
them at Wailuku, Maul, within six months from
the date horeor, or they will be forever barred.
All debts duo sold Estate are payable to tho
A. M. iCEPOIKAI,
i . W. F. POUUE,
, J. V. KERR,
Executors nnd frusteus of the Estato of
Wailuku, Maul, June 27, 1001.
Notice to Creditors.
The underslgnod, having boon duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estate of S. K. Koaweolu,
lato of Kamalo, Molokat, dot-eased, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of the deceased, to pre.
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, even If the same s sucured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at Wailuku.
Maul, within six months from the date hereof'
or tbuy w(U be forever barred.
A, N. KKPOIKaI.
Administrator of the Estate of S. K. Kcowcolu
Wailuku, Mnut, June as, 1W1,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, hating bcon duly appointed
Administrator of tho Estate ol John T. Alull
late of Wailuku, Mtuit, deceased, hereby gives
notice to all credttors of tho deceased, to pre
sent tholr claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, ovtn If the same ts secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at Wulluku,
Maul' within six mint lis from the date hereof
of they will bb forever barred,
fWII A. N. KEPOIKAI.,
Admlulstrntor of the Ksimc of John T. Alull.
Wailuku, June , MM.
Notice To Creditors.
The undersigned, havlug teen duty appointed
Administrator of the Estate of John A. Moore
late of Lahaina, Maui, deceased, hereby (jives
notice to all Creditors of the deseased, to pro-
sjut their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, oven if the same is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him tit the low
oFtlce of Goorge Hons, Attorney at Law, Wai
luku, Maui, within six mouths from the dute
horeof, or they w'.il be forever barred.
C. D. ROBERTSON.
Administrator of the Estate of Jdlm A.
Wulluku, Maui, June 7, It'll.
In accordance with Section 1 of
chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby notified that the water
rates fpsj-he term ending December
31, 1901, will 'jb due and. payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water Works, on the 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 rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1901, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku June 2!), 1901.
TAX ASSLSFOR'S OFFICE.
Notice is hen bv given that I have
this dav suDointcd M. II. Rcutei
E-q. Deputy Tax Assessor and
Collector fu- the District of Hana
second Taxation Division, Island of
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, 11.01.
Notice is hereby given that the
following appointments have been
made on the Hana Road Board, cn
Messrs. R. J. McGetligaii, Chairman,
M. H. Router, Mtinber.
J. H. Uoyd,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Public Works Department,
July 2, 1001.
Notice is hereby jjivc.i that J.he
following appointments have tlusoay
been made or. the Hana Road Hoard:
Messrs. J. W. Haleniano, Member,
G. P. WaHeh'ia,
J. H. Hoyd,
Superintendent of Public Works
Public Works' Office,
Honolulu, July 13, 1901.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. I U.S. Army Standard
The attention of the people of Maul is
called to our facilities for filiing
orders. Orders or inquiries for
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t Having Sold off Old
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Call and examine my Stock.
Yoa will find just what jou want
at the right Price
Goods Delivered at "Wniluku. Waihee and Waikapu.
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Merchants and Commission Agents
h: nolulu. h. t."
Wellington Typewriters $60r00
Conover Typo Aritera 345.CO
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A large cor. sign n.ent of
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the way from Shu Francisco.
' Of fresh grocerio. including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
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earned goods und fruits-.
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Keeps Your Clothes in Shapel
. Saves Time and Labor, ,
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