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Mr. A. Enos is treating tho roof
and walla of his store to a new coat
The tesidenco of Wm. Conway at
Maalaca Bay burned down this moru
injl five o'clock. -
Call and look over the new lot of
fancy and dress goods just received
at Kodrigues' Store.
The schooner Olsen is unloading
800,000 feet of lumber at Lahaina for
tho new Pioneer Plantation Store.
rlavo you tried some of that Bart
lett Spring water handled by Love
jor & Co. of "Wailuku? If not, order
a case. Cool, refreshing and health
ful. Sec Morgan's notice of sale of ve
hicles and harness on September "2.
It would not bo a bad idea to run
over to Honolulu and take in the
Lahaina is rejoicing in an abun
dance of cheap poi and fresh fish, the
former from Molokai and the gulches
mauka of Luhaina, and tho Jatter
from the Lanai coast.
.' . . i i , i ,
It you are trouoieci wiui a large
rich dark" brown taste in the mouth
when you get up in the morning, tel
ephone Love joy & Co. "Wailuku for
a case of Bartlctt Spring Mineral
The drouth still contiuues on east
and central. Maui. The overland
mail rider from Hana to Huefo re
ports that practically all, the moun
tain streams on the route are dry, a
ve -y unusnal accurreuce.
Tho light from the fire of the burn
lug Stock Yard Stable 4in Honolulu
was plainly visible from the Laliaiini
wharf aud attrauteJ quite a crowd
of spectators who supposed that it
was a ship on fire somewhere down
Now that the weather is hot 'and
dusty, it would not be a bad idea to
write to the Pacific Cyclery & Manu
facturing Co., iu Honolulu and make
special enquiry about those J3ood
form ' closet sets to protect your
Sunday clothes. -.
Mr, E. C. Campbell, at present in
the employ of the Maui Soda & Ice
Co. has -been appointed manager of
tho Lahaina Soda, Ice & Jiaectric
Light Co. and will take charge on
the first of September. Mr. Camp
bell is a very worthy young man,
and w-11 deserves his promotion. .
Mr. W. G. Scott of Macfar'.ano &
Co. states that he has a large amount
of "wet good" aboard the Alexander
but tte is not pilikia da that accouut
as tho Emily Whitney, recently in
Kahului hud a largo invoice of the
same on board for him. so that he
will bo all right for some time yet
The small rocks have been moved
from the surface of the macadamized
road near Wailuku depot, which is
very commendable act, as the road
was fast being ruined. Tho beach
mad is covered with small rocks
which if not removed at once will
grind that road full of holes, The
road at the pond in Kahului, as well
a the aoDroackes to the railroad
track, is in a deplorablo coudition,
and somebody is goiug to get hurt
there if something is not soon done to
remedy the break.
Hanan & Son
A soft, ea'ey fit
tin dufabia shoej
suited foi all kinds
if , . .
The First Nationa' Bank of
The First National Bank of Wai
luku is now an assured fact, and will
bo ready for business as soon as
papers can bo received from Wash
ington authorizing the bank to open
its doors. The ueeded capital has
been about once and a half subscrib
ed, so that it will be necessary to
cut down the number of shares
which the larger stockholders have
It will take about six weeks or two
months to obtain the charter from
Washington, and it is now a fixed
fact that the bank will open its doors
by the first of November, if not be
fore. Mr. Lufkin lias an option on
two or three first class locations, but
the final selection of a site will of
course bo left in the hands of the
board of directors.
The corporators of the bank are
Chas. M. CooVe, Henry Waterhousc,
J. B. Alherton. Cecil Brown, and
Chas. Lufkiii, tho Tatter of whom
will bo tho active manager of the
bank. The above names will be quite
sufficient to insure to tho bank the
absolute confidence of tho people of
The News cannot but feel a par
donable sense of prido in the estab
lishment of an institution here for
which it has so long pointed out the
need. It now remains for tho people ol
Maui to support tho new bank as it
deserves, and they doubtless will do
i. Every one who can do so" should
arrange at once to do his banking
jusLess, carry his deposits in the
home bank, and in all other possible
ays contribute t its success, not
lone as a matter of or local pride but
so iss a matter of conveuiouec to
tho Maui public.
Fire Claims Commission.
The News is indebted to Judge A.
N. Kopoikai who is this week visit
iug Wailuku, for some interesting
data concerning the fire claims com
About 6.0G0 claims have already
been filed, aggregating noarlj two
and half a million dollars. The com
mission have so far passed ou about
ti.00 claims, which has occupied two
months outof the six months which
is tho alloted time for the commission
to sit, so that it will be ' practically
impossible for tho commission to fin
s' t its labor ins the prescribed time.
After that they will receive no 'pay,
but will probably continue their sit-
tins for a time.
So far, there have not been more
tnan about twenty claims for losses
filed from -Kahului, principally by
Chinese and Japanese. - The ITavvai-
ins, of whom there aro over 100,
hive been very remiss iu filing tl.eir
c'aims. much to the regret of the
commission. After the 27th of Sept
ember it will be too late to file claims.
flawaiians who have suffered losses
hould write to the commissioners
for tho proper blanks and at once
make out and present their claims,
for what they are honestly entitled
to. Tt will only, cpi-t twenty-fivc
cents to havo the claims paper sworn
to, and they will need no lawyer-
Iu is probable that a committee of
the commissioners will be seut to
Kahului to take evidence of . losses,
so that it will not be necessary to go
to Honolulu to prove claims, buV, of
courso if s-ich claims aro not filed be
fore September 27, they cannot be
considered by the commissioners when
thev come to Kahului. Hawauans
who read this article should speak to
their Hawaiian f riouds who have suf
fered losses and urge them to at once
filed their claims with the commis
sioners at Honolulu. :
New Carpenter Shop.
Mr. Chas. Crowcll, the well unown
Wailuku carpenter, bos rented the
Giles shop on High street opposite
Wells Avenue, and will lit it up as a
first class carpenter and cabinet
shop. The t-hop is fitted with water
power and a line of machinery for
rip sawing und other classes of work
rcquiri.i power, and there is no
doubt but that Mr. Crowcll will make
a success of his new venture.
New Blacksmith Shop.
Mr. Jamea Painter of Kahului, one
oft lie best blacksmiths and horse sho-
ersonMuui, has completed his shop in
ths rear of the Lyons residence, and
the niusie of his hanimpr and anvil
hits ioined tho chorus of industries in
Wailuku. This will prove a valuable
acQulsltlon to wailuku, lor in anai
tion to being a skillful blacksmith, Mr.
Painter will da first class work in
the line of .eftrrifttfe and waon
building and ropairlng.
Windsor Hotel Hop.
On last Saturday evening, the
dance at the Windsor Hotel, which
had been announced in the News, took
place, and proved quite enjoyable.-
Tho dancing floor was quite, large
enough fcr the guests in attendance,
und was pronounced by the dancers
to be quite the proper thing. The
pavilion was profusely lighted with
lamps And Chineso lanterns, which
with the large, densely foliaged
Poinceana Regia tree for a canopy
produced a charmins effect and the
music was excellent. ihose who
were present expressed themselves
as pleased with the arrangements,
and the management of the Windsor
feel very much encouraged to repeat
the dance on next Saturday night,
August 31. The mom will be full
about that time, and tho young men
arc begged to remember, but not
emulato that fact. The price of ad
mission to the dancing pavilion will
be $1.00 for geutlemen, ladies free.
Tho he cream parlor will bo run in
connection with these dances, for the
accommodation of those in attend
ance, and also for the general public
who desiro to drop in and enjoy an ice.
Among those present at the dance
last Saturday night were: Mr. ar.d
Mrs. W. G. Oggand Mrs. Douglass,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Weddick Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. L. Coke, Mr. and Mrs. A.
r. Hagencamp. Miss Adams, Miss
Mollie Cummings, Miss Mary Garcia,
Mr. Sparks, Mr. M. G. McLane, Mr.
Nat Black. Mr. W. II. Field, Dr. W.
R. Boo to, Mr. J. Gracia, Mr. L. M.
Baldwin and Mr. C.V. Shaw.
Is Taking Maul.
Mr, Fn-d. J. Church, the wide
awake uii.uuger of the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co., accoinpauie.i by
his wife, Mrs. George L. Bigelow and
Mr. Lovell, came over on Wodues
day's Claudlne, landed at Kahului
and drove up Iao Valley to secure a
? w choice tidbits of scenery. The
party left on tho Uaucune at noon
for Hana where Mrs. Church and
Mrs.-Bigelow wi'l remain for a week,
while Mr, Church and Mr. Lovell
will spend a week ou horseback, tak
ing views of the Island. They intci.d
crossing over Haleakala from Kaupo
and will reach Wailuku next Satui
day in time to catch the Claudine for
Secretary Cooper of'Hnna Plants
tion has looked out for the comfort of
tho pilgrims, and yesterday morning
hestartcd the two gentlemen off on
their voyage, both well mounted
and carrying certain black bottles
which possibly may have contained
developing fluid, and of course Mr.
Church took along with him his big
rubber necked baby.
The route which the gentlemen
have selected is rich in J si and views
and as the house which Mr. Church
iXprcsentSjis justly famous for its
scenic vlcwe, there is no doubt but
that the result of his week's outing
will bo to enrich many a portfolio iu
the future with choice selections, cf
Maui 6ccncry. '
Yoshikawa, a Japanese, committed
suicide at Paia on last Saturday.
On hunday morning Ins body was
discovered hanging in his room by a
cloth rope round his neck, the other
end being secured to tho rafters.
On Monday Sbeiiff Baldwin held an
inquest on the body, at which facts
were elicited which went to show
that for months the deceased had
been afflicted with an incurable dis
ease which prev?nted his working,
and that ho was entirely dependent
or. charity for a living. Presumably he
committed suicide in a .Jit, of dc
spondency. The coroner's jury re
turned tho. following verdict : '"That
dcceaspd.caine to, hi eath between
Saturday, August 17 and faunday,
August 18, 1901, by being hanged by
the neck with a rope in Ins own room
done by his own hand."
Signed, L. M. Culdw'.ti,.Sheri!T; S.
Ivapu, Foreman; Antonio Fernande,
Jr., Juo. Kalmo, Sum. Kauiliou, Ka-
ia, Jose pa.
Aloha Irfxiy0 No. 3, K. of P.
All brothers aro requested to be
present at the Castle Hall, Saturday,
August 24. at 8 n. m.. for work iu
the Amplified Third.
All visKinjj brother seordially invited;
" F. J. Wheeler.
K. R. & S.
Read the MAUI NEWS
For some unexplained reason, no
wireless news has been received this
morning at the hour of going to
press. This is especially to be re.
greMetl, as the Transport "Thomas''
brought six days later coast mail.
Annual Teachers Meetln.g
All teachers of tho public and pri
vate schools of Hawaii aud others
interested are cordialiy invited to
attend the annual meeting of the
Teachers' Association of Hawaii
which will be held in tho Honolulu
High School building at 10
Monday, September 2, 1901.
will be an all-day session.
Notice to Creditors.
Tlio undersigned, huvlng boen duly appointed
Administrator nf the K tnteiut Puu Kulii, lute
ef Wnlcfcu, Dial. o( Wailuku, Maul, deceased,
hereby gives notice to til tredlto:n-of tho dc
ccarej, to present their clalm:i, duly nutbiutl
cateil, with proper voucher, even If the same
1h secured by mnrtguKO Uion roul estate, to lilm
ut Wailuku, Maul, within six months from thr
date hereof, or they will bo forever burred.
8. E. KALKIKAU.
, Administrator of the Estate of 1'uu Kuht,
Wailuku, Maul, August 17, Mil.
DlSSOlUtlon Of Partnershil)
U 5 1 U Ul rdI 111C1:H1H.
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership heretofore existing be
tween A. Enos and John Fercira under
the firm name of A. Enos & Co., has
this day been dissolved by mutual
Tl.o General Merchandise busiest
heretofore carried on at Wailuku,
Maui 1 y srvid firm will be continued
by 'Mr. A Knos.
All accounts owing s;;id finn pi lui
to tl.is.Ji.te are Ut It? puidto Mr. A.
Enos, who is authorized to receipt
Wailuku, Aug. 1st, 1001.
, A. ENOS.
JOHN FERE1RA, by
his attorney in fact, ,V. T. Robinson.
TENDER FOR SCHOOL II0U6E,
Sealed tinders for the construc
tion of a one-room school house, at
Ulanlo, District of Hana, Maui, toLc
completed on or before Saturday,
Oct. 18, will be received at tho oflice
of the Department in Honolulu until
noon of Mcnd"y, So pi. , I'JOl.
Plans and specifications can be
saeu at the office of the Department
and at the office of F. AViltrock
School Agent, for. the District ol
Hana, Maui. -
Tho Department does not bind it
self to accept tho lowest or any bid
(Signed) Alatau T. Atkinson,
Supt. Fub. Instruction.
Honolulu, August 20, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that tht
following appointments have beet
made on the Hana Road Board, oi
July 1st: . '
Messrs. R. J. McGettigan, Chairman.
M. II.' Router, Member.
' J. H. Boyd,
"-Superintendent of Public Works
Public Works Department
July 2, 1901.
National Oil & Investment Cc
' Theaschy 150,C00
Pah Valce, fc!..r)0 Pin Shase
Over l,CO0 acres of oil bearing
lanes in Colusa, Fresno, King's and
San Luis Obispo Counties, Californir
A limited i.umler of share of this
8tock will be sold at 10 cents per
share, up to September 1, rfter
which the price will be advanced to
JO cents per share, on account of
recent purchases by the Company of
valuable oil lands in Ficsi.o Couuty.
For further paticulars apply to
Spreckelsvillc, Maui, H. T.
MARKET ST. "VVA1LUKI
(Ai J ii.sixci u mB.v's STOKK.)
First Class in All Respect
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
v Cl.'un and Tidy
' vhi i Custom Solicited .
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
The attention of the people of Maul is
called to our facilities for filling mail
orders. Orders or inquiries for gooi's
not carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful attention. Do not hesitMe to
call on us, we are pleased to scire jcu
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
Tet. Main 317.
92G Foat Street, Honolulv.
J Having Sold off Old
Eats and Shoes.
I Notably California
You will find just what you want f
at the rfciif Price v
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wuiheo mid Waikaini. a
Theo. H. Dayies &;Co. Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, II. T. -
Wellington Typewriters $60.00.
Conover Typewriters . . -4 5.00
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
i I ' . X .1:
Eh ers Blk, Fort St.,
WHITMAN & CO
Gi re, Sportfn
"flAIL ORDER Department a spxialty. M 572
U. S. Army Standard1
All Lizes From 3 Inches
To 40 Feet In Length.
Write Us Specifying
P. O. Box 764
And enlarged my store I now
carrjr a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large ccr.sigi ir,o.t of
Shoes and Underwear on
.the way fniti f-iui Francisco
Of fi-psli crrreiicp, iiuhi(,i!i' '
fiosli DU:mond S. I'ams, a
racor. and Silver Lent A
,Lard. Full line ( f frcrJi
earned goods and fruits. 0
Call and examine Liy Stock.
'Chicago (Boob form
ClosjtSets. " '
Ki'eps Your Clothes in Shape,
Saves Time and Labor,
LARGE SETS Comprising
. C Pants Hangers, - Shelf b;ir,
12 Gawnent yokes, 1 Clort lxp.
Price $3.00. f
SAMPLE S3T.5. Cm prising
2 Pants guard, 1 Closet loop",
3 Garment yoke?.
Send for Booklet.
Cycle & Mfg . Co. Lid.
Honolulu, P. O. Box 75!.