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Quito a number of Chineso in tlic
Makawao and Iula District were
arrested this week for illicit liquor sel
soaii beinj? tried at Makawao and
jsome' at Wailuku.
Hainan central Maui during the
week have added much to comfort in
travelling a3 well as proving quite
refreshing to the growing cane.
More" rain id needed, however.
Dont forget the dance at the Wind
sor tonight. No individual invitations
have been extended, but all the nice
people of Maui are desired to be pre
sent, the other kind won't bo there.
Mr. andT. B. Lyons gavo an ele
gant luau on last Saturday evening
to celebrate the birthday of their
youngest boy. There was a large
attendence and the guest3 are in
debted to the host and hostess for a
very enjoyable evening.
J An auction sale of the Bisniark Sta
bles and a largo number of horse:?,
mares anl coits, broken and ubrok
en, the property of the lata William
Goodtiess, is announced in this issue
of the News, to be held on the pre
mises, on Friday, September 20.
On Thursday evening, Captain
Kcola of Co. I. gavcan exhibition
moonlight drill on Main Street. The
boys presented a very manly and sol
dier like appearance, and the evolu
tions were above lay criticism, elicit
ing much applause from the specta
tors with which the street was lined.
A Portuguese family on Tuesday
last came to Wailuku on the train
with some rabbits in their possession,
possibly Belgian hares. They should
be killed by the police, the hares,
not the Portuguese, and after the
coroner's inquest is held will be time
enough to enquire if the bunnies were
See that ad. of tho Kahului Store
on the first page. They are offering
some good bargains, in remnants
which they wish to dispose of before
their new goods Nbegin to come in.
Telephone to Chuch, or what is
belter take a run down to Kahului
'uud make him show you some of the
bargains which he is offering.
s The drive up Tao Valley is now
quite passable, as far as the gate, but
It is to be hoped that meaus can be
provided to extend tho drivo at least
as far as to Dole Grove. It would
not take very much time or money to
do this, and it is a grave reflection on
on the public spirit of Wailuku that
it has not been doue before now.
Tho colored Sunday School at
Spreckelsvillo feels very much ag
grieved at what they claim was a
slight put upon them by the manage
ment of the Kaahumanu Sunday
Sahool convention. They state that
they were invited to attend and take
part in the exercises, and that they
made elaborate preparations and at
tended in a body,- but wero not called
upon to participate in the exercises.
. A number of milch cows are allow
ed to run at large on Maui
street near Market, and parents are
cautioned not to ullow their small
children to bo on the street where
tho cows are. The other afternoon
the cows chased and terrib'y fright
cued a small child, and were rocked
off by a gentleman who happened to
be passing. Tho poundman or the
police should investigate the matter,
Hanan o: Son
A soft, easy tit
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uited for all kinds j?
301 E AGENTS.
Mr. Chas, D. Lufkin, to whose
efforts the successful establishment
of a bank at Wailuku is due, left on
tho Ventura for the coast on Wednes-
xy for tho purpose of purchasing a
afc, fixtures and the necessary sta
ionery for tho bank.
lie will visit Minnesota before he
returns to tho Islands, and will reach
here about tho middle of October.
ti the meantime, Mr. Cecil Brown,
ho is largely interested in the new
enterprise, will proceed to perfect
the organization of the bank and look
ftcr tho appointment of the first set
directors who will act till the first
nnual meeting of tho stockholders.
The reduction of the capital stock to
25,000 makes a surplus of subscribed
tock, but the Maul subscribers will
be looked after first, as it is the
policy of the bank to place as much
of the stock on Maui as possible.
From a private letter received by
Attorney George Hons on Wednes-
ij , it is learned that it is quite prob-
blo that the Bank will be estab
lished in a new block to be built bv
Mr. "W. T. Robinson on Main street,
opposite the Windsor Hotel, adjoin
ing tho present law office of Attorney
Hons. Work will bo commenced on
this block at an early date, and the
building will be finished by the time
that tho fixtures are received from
the coast. .
Chas. Crowell, carpenter and con
tractor, whoso new ad appears on
the second page of this paper, has
the contract for the erection of the
new bank aud tho tax office building
on Main Street, and will begin work
early next week, probably on Mou-
ay. The plans show a very neat
frontage with verandas and facade.
Tho frontage will bo thirty-two f?et
with a depth of forty feet. .
It is to regretted that Mr. Robin-
on had not planned for a two story
building, for the site ia one of the
most desirable in Wailuku, and it
ould have been easy to have rented
all tho offices of a two story building;
or what would have been better, a
arge town hall could have occupied
the upstairs which would bo m fre
quent requisition for dances, enter
tainments aud other social gather
Judge Kepoikai is having a large
addition built on the rear of his law
office, to serve as an office for the
transaction of the H. C. & Co.'s bus
The buildings belonging to the Es
tate of John T. Aluli, where the pros
ent salvation Army quarters are
tatioucd, are to bo torn dowu and
new buildings erected in their stead.
The Salvatiou Army quarters will be
moved to the new building just'ersct
ed adjoining the old Japanese church
on Market street.
WTork has been commenced on the
residence building of Mr. W. G. Scott
on South Market street; and will be
at once pushed to completion for oc
upation. This is a desirable location
and wilt add another charming home
to the many pretty ones in Wailuki'.
Contractor Burlein has completed
the teachers' residence at tho Settle
ment Building, aud its occupants ore
moving in today. This is a charming
cottage, handsomely finished and
presents a very tasty, pleaisng ap
pearauce. There is not a building in
Wailuku which equals this building
in the substantial elegance of its in
tenor nnisn) ana tnose who are
thinking of building should inspect it
in order to see tho kind of work con
tractor Burlem can turn out.
It is to be regretted that the prof
perty owners of Wailuku do noterect
a few residences to rent; There is a
constant demand for residence prop
perties, and at least' half a dozen
families would move to Wailuku at
onco if it were possible to rent homes.
Chinese Liquor Sellers Arrested
toi some time it has been an
opeu secret that there is a great
deal of illicit liquor selling on Maui
and the Chinese are noted offenders
in tho matter. It U difficult to
catch thein and more difficult to con
vict, and this has mado them bolder;
Some skillful detective work done
by Officer Willie Yida has resulted
however iu bagging half a dozen of
fenders m the Makawao ana Jvuia
Districts. For several weeks ho wa
euuai'ed in-iweurinsr evidence, and
early thh week, Youug Nap, a prom
ment Chinese merchaut of hula,-
Kwong Chung, his -cjerlt, Iak Sau.;
another' Chines u3cbswtr in the
sanje vicinity, Tain Sing, Makawao
merchant, Cho Wai, Kula merchant,
and Ah Kee, a f luelo merchant, were
arrested for illicit liquor ; selling.
Clio Wai was also arrested nn the
further charge of distilling spirituous
liquors. Ah Kee is charged with a
On Wednesday Kworg Chang was
tried before Judge Copp at Makawao,
Attorney George lions defending,
and although John I'ereira, Paikana
and Forsyth, swore positively to the
guilt of defendant, he interposed a
successful alibi and was acquitted.
Oft Thursday, Pak Sau was tried
before Judge Kalcikau of Wailuku
convicted and sentenced to pay a
fine of $150 and costs.
Young Nap was tried before Judge
Kalcikau, at Wailuku, found guilty
yesterday, and sentenced to pay a
fine of $150.
Tarn Sing, second offence, plead
guilty, second offence heing waived
by prosecution, and was fined 1100.
It is understood that Ah Keo will
plead guilty, before Judge Copp at
Makawao, next Tuesday.
C. H. Couls.011, of Grinbaum & Co.,
Honolulu, arrived on last night's Ki
rau. W. Berlowitz of Peacock & Co. is
looking after tho interests of his house
on Maui this week.
Nat. Black of Spreckelsvillo took
a ruu over to Honolulu on Saturday,
returning on Wednesday.
Matt. McCann of Lahaina " visited
Wailuku on Thursday, returning
home yesterday afternoon.
Misses Clara and Rhoda Green of
Honolulu are the guests of Miss Alex
ander at Mauuaolu seminary.
A . H. Wagner, a S. F. traveling
man came on last night's Kinau, and
is registered at the Maui Hotel.
R. A. Wadsworth and family of the
Maui Soda & Ice Works returned
from Hawaii this morning on the
Representative TTihio of Kaanapali
spent a few days in Wailuku this
week, returning to Lahaina on yes
Ed. Carr of Kihei returned from
Honolulu on AVeednsday's Claudine,
registering at the Maui Hotel before
proceeding to the plauatiou.
J. W. Hall, piauo tuner for the
Bersstrom Music Co., arrived ; on
Wednesday's Claudine, aud will spend
a week or ten days on Maui.
Mrs. Pearson, wife of Captain
Pearson of tho S.t. David, will visit
Wailuku as tho guest of the Windsor
while the St. David is in port.
Mrs. A. T. Hagencamp of Wailuku
aud Mrs. E. B. Carley of Paia leave
for Houolulu on today's Claudine to
attend the wadding of George Wilbur.
Mr. J. L. Benoit who has been
working at the new pump, Camp 3,
Kihei, hfcs returned to Wailuku and
will go to work for Mr. Waldeyer on
the II. C. & S. Co.'s tunnel in Iao
Miss Huntington, kindergarten
teacher at tho Settlement Building,
has returned trom her vacation trip
at Makawao. Kindergarten wid
open at tlio time that the public
schools open, September D.
Mr. Fred. J. Church and party
who went to Hana ten days suice,
return ou today's Claudine to HonO'
lulu. Mr. Church secured about six
ty views of Maui scenery from Hana
to the crater of Haleakala.
Mr. J. L. Benoit, who was married
in May of this year by Rev. S. Nua,
new pastor of the ailuku native
church, called at this office yestei day
aud exhibited his marriage license,
duly dated and signed, in order to
stop the circulation of false aud an
Attorney Noa . Aluli, who re
ctntly left for Honolulu to engage in
the practice of law, has found it nec
essary to return to V ailuku tempo
rarily to look after important busi
ness m the othee of las uncle, Judge
A. N. Kepoikai, who will be detained
in Honolulu for some time yet as -a
member of tho Fire Claims Coin
Mr. Sam. Dowdel', Miss Hart and
Miss Wiuue left Makawao last Friday
afternoon for a tranw across an
around tho east side of Maui. The
ascended Haleakala, crossed the
crater and descended on tho Kaupo
side, reaching Hana ou Tuesday.
They stopped at the Hana Club
House long enough to get a hand out,
alter which they recumed their lino of.
march 63 way of Hana and Haelo,1
reaching honu lo-t night.
By insti uctions of the Executors
of tho Estate of William Goodness,
deceased I will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION on the premises, at Wai
luku, Maui, on FRIDAY, September
20th, 1001, at 10 o'clock a. m., the
entire Stahi.e asm Business, known
as the Bisma rk Stakles, together
Hacks, Surreys, Buggies, Buck
boards, Sulkies, Brakes, Ex
press Wagons, Harnesses, Sad
dles, Bridles, Blankets, Fifteen
head of well broken Carriage
Horses, now in use in said Stable
Office Furniture, Safes, Tools,
Office Buildings, Dwelling House,
Stable Buildings, Carriago
Houses, Water Pipe System, as
also the Unexpired lease of the
premises now occupied by tho
said Bismark Staui.es.
'All of the above will bo sold at
at upset price of $2,500.
I will also sell at tho same time
and place about Forty head of
Horses, Mares and Colts, broken
aud unbroken, raised by the late
A splendid opportunity is hereby
offered to purchase a complete and
well established Stable and Livery
For further particulars applica-
ation may bo made to the under-
sigued at Wailuku, Maui.
Tern.s of Sale, Cash. GEO. HONS,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership heretofore existing be
tween A. Enos and John Feroir a under
the firm name of A. Enos & Co., has
this day been dissolved bv mutual
Tho General Merchandise business
heretofore carried ou at Wailuku,
Maui by said firm will be continued
by Mr. A Enos.
All accounts owing said firm prior
to this df.te are to be paid to Mr. A.
Enos, who is authorized to receipt
Wailuku, Aug. 1st, 1001.
JOHN FEREIPvA, b.
his attorney iu fact, W. T. Robiuson. j
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, havlu; been duly nppoiutcd
Administrator of ilie lisnitclof Pau Kahl, li
ofWalulnl, Dlst. il Wullukii, Muul, deeuuaed,
hereby Rivos no'.lce to ill creditors of the C.c-
ceasi d, to irosout their claim.-', duly authenti
cated, with proper vouchers, even if the san.f
is secured by mort'iuiie upon real estate, to h!m
at Wailuku, Maui, within Eix months from thi
date hereof, or tliuy will be forever barred.
S. 10. KALKHCAU.
Administrator of the Kstatcof Puu Kahl,
Wailuku, Maui, August 17, 1IKH.
TENOER FOR SCHOOL IIOL'SB,
Sealed tenders for tho eoustruct-
tion of a one-room school house, at
Ulanio, District of Hana, Maui, tole
completed on or before Saturday,
Oct. 18, will bo received at tbe office
of the Department in Honolulu unt 1
noon ot Minby, Sept. 1', 1(01.
Plans and specifications can be
seen at the office of the Department
and at the office of F. Wittrock,
School Airent for tho District of
Tho Department does not bind it
self to accept tho lowest or any bid.
(Sigued) Alatau T. Atkinsoii,
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
Honolulu, August 20, 1901.
Notice ia lierebv siren that thei
following appointments hare been
made on the liana Road Board, on
Messrs. Jv. J. Jreuettiiran, Chairman,
M. H. Reuter, Member.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Public Works Department,
July 2, 1991.
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