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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, September 14, 1901, Image 3',
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Mrs.Ellu Austin has been appoint
ed School Agent for Wailuku District.
Tho Kahului Store has changed its
ad this week. Look on the first page
and see what they say now.
Lovejoy & Co. have received a
large shipment of wines, beer, liquors
Bartlett Water by the "Alexander."
A base ball gaine'will be played at
Wells Fark this after noon at 8 P.
M., Folieo vs Maui Athletic Associa
COLUMBIA'S TRIENDS MYSTIFIED
IT LOOKS LIKE LIPTON WOULD
SURELY LIFT IT THIS
New York, Aug. 31. Join R.
Ovinir to sickness the dance which Spears, the famous yachting expert,
u tva in imv hpon oivpn this evenintf saw toniglit. "mat. tlie .America s
'at The Windsor has been postponed cup is now in greater danger than
for two weeks. Full moon about that ever before is a matter that nuy be
demonstrated as definitely as a prob.
lem in geometry. Consider first of
About i.i acres or cane were ourn- ,!.,,..,,. ; , t
,. C .511 T,,n. v uwv.mv. ... U..J, .v.... . vv
day night. The cane was cut and
ground at once, so that the loss was
Carpenter Crowell is making rapid
tho bunk and tux ohice
L n T
building, which will present quite
mi sitii-iictive aiiuearanco when
iiuished. ' -
The drought still continues on Maui,
has compared with her predecessor,,
and then compare the Constitution
and Columbia. Thcro was never a
doubt about the superiority of the
Mayilo-vcr ov. r the Puritan, nor of
the Volunteer, over tho Mayflower,
nor of tho Vigilant over lho Volun
teer, nor of the Defender ove.i the
Vigilant. In one trial only did the
Defender'show as good speed as the
nnd the nasluraco is so exhausted Columbia, and was m Halt a gale, in
I 1 " 1 1 1 . I i. J I -
l,n.t.fl,pruttlo aro suffering There is an previous ouu an suusequenu uiuis
but little butter being made, and
and even milk, is getting quite scarce.
The Kinau will leave Hilo on Thurs
day. September 10 instead of .Friday,
in order to reach Honolulu Friday, so
the Columbia w as beyond all question
far superior. But at this moment
there are vsry few yachtsmen who
maiutaiu the superiority of tho Con
stitution, and many, perhaps live in
six, who sincerely believe the Colum-
imu pusses i sau biatobo the swifter boat. It is not
on Regatta Day, Saturday oepl.2J.. contcnded oveu by ber Mond:J tnal
Tho Wailuku school opened last the Constitution is more than three
Monday morning with a good atten- minutes faster over the international
dance, especially in primary grades, course, on the average, than the
Mrs. McKay, principal, Miss. Nape Columbia. In any breeze above scvea
aiirl MUs Pihi constitute our piwcul knots no one expects the Constitu
corps of teachers.
One of the largo rollers at the
Spreckelsville mill split in halves on
Tuesday fortunately they had a
roller which they put in place of the
broken one. And the mill started up
tion to' win by a greater margin than
'Now compare the Shamrocks. It
is safe to assume that the old Sham
rock is a better boat this year that
she was last, and it is reasonable to
suppose the Columbia could still beat
v' her bv live minutes in a heavy breeze
There are yet about 800 acres of , . . . . , .
this year's crop of cano to bo ground g3Vea in ft medium b,.eczei xiie new
at the Spreckelsville mill, lho total Shamrock ia a whole-sail -breeze,
yield imsyear wm oo t,as beaten the old Shamrock by an
tons. Wi.Mi an adequate supply on of ni minuU.s ovel. a
labor, it would have reached the ill),- thirty-miie course, and it is, thcre-
OnO ton mark. f0l.C) fair to assume that she could
Trv.v. n tc'irpl4i mi!8sL'a received beat the Colunbiu by from two to
J. A VM1 l. i, v.- 0 . -
vMterdav from Farringlon'of the Bui- live or seven minutes, according as
si l.-n-tiprl t.hat. .Tudo-o Estee the breeze is heavy or moderate. It
i.kii,.iinn iii tin.h;.n.s r.or mis cas- is certain that the Columbia cannot
VWU" J- .- 1
es.holdiu tht persons sentenced on save the' cup,
conviction bv maiority of jury were the Constitution will prove
Mr. Rosecrans, principal of the
Ulupalakua school came over from
Honolulu on Tuesday.
Mr. Geo. D. Schrader left for Hon
olulu last Thursday to accept a posi
tion with Wall Nichols Co.
Mr. Emanuel Dieia, who was sugar
boiler at Kipahulu, has gone to Hiio
to accept a like position in the I'orj
Ah Ping the chinaman arrested at
Lahaina for illicit liquor selling was
found guilty and seutauced to pay
a fine of $175.00.
Charlie Shaw of the K. R. R. Co.,
tho only and original "marine report
er of the Atws is rusticating in
Honolulu this week.
Chas. P. Grim wood, of Grim wood
& Richardson, Honolulu, came over on
Wednesday to look after the interests
of the linn ou Maui.
Attorney Hons was called to La
haina during the early part of the
week, as attorney for the defense in
the Ah Ping liquor selling case.
Joaquin Garcia, of the Kahului R.
R. office returned this week Jroni a
Honolulu vacation trio. He also
'did" Haleakala and Lahaiua before
reporting for duty.
William Edmunds, formerly of Ka
hului Store, but later the proprietor
of a store of his own near Hilo, came
over on a brief visit to Maui last
Saturday, returning to Hilo on Tues
E. L. Cutting, the energetic and
wide awake manager of tho Pacific
Vehicle & feuppjy Co. of Honolulu i
on Maui this week, showing the trade
what it really means to sell hisfh
grade goods at low giacle prices..
illegally convicted. Prisoners re-arrested
on new charges.
Sheriff Baldwin is having a sub
stantial bridge built. across tho wash
out in the road at Kahului, ThU has
Ion" been an eye sore to the travell
ing public. The approaches to the
brid"c are built of stone, with a span
nfnhink about 20 feet long. The
r : -
bridge will bo xxxxx 1(5 feet wide.
If it bo admitted that
Constitution will prove herself
three minutes (aster than the Colura
bia the cup is still in great danger
for tho Shamrock is steadily improv
ing. Eler present margin over the
Columbia is sure to widen."
Stars on the Diamond.
A very interesting and at times
exciting game of baseball was put up
Mr. Keliinoi requests the presence at Wells Park last Sunday afternoon
nf t,hn teachers of Wailuku District between v ailuku s " lines t and tue
at the school house, Wailuku, on Fri- Maui A. A. Club.
day Sept 20. at 1:30 P. M., for the The police turned out a fine look-
purpose of organizing a District nig team which, notwilhstanuuig
Teachers Circle. Waihee, aikapu, lack of practice, tooli the lead m the
.Kahului and Spreckolsvillo schools score and held it steadily till near
ra v close at noon. All others Inter- tho end of the game, when the Asso.
cstod in educational matters are cor- elation lcaai made a spurt andebsed
dialiv invited to attend. . the gap, tying the score at l(i to 10,
True, some or ine best men in tue
Association belong to and played
with the police, which tended to
weaken the Association team, but
this evened up the strength of II
teams and made a close game. Wat
luku is to be congratuled on bein
able to put up two euclf teams, and
jyi interesting series of games may
bo expected. Of course the cops ar
good "catchers," as the criminal ele
ments of Maui will readily concede,
and this will explain some pheuomen
ally fine work do'.ie by tht-ui in this
line, notably Rogers, L. F. and Par
esa, C. F. who caught every old
thing that came along. The teams
played as follows:
WANTED 30 men to break and
load old iron on cars.
Will contract to break iron.
For furtherInquire Post office box "i
I5v in-., i .ctions of the Executors
of the ' nal of William Coolness,
deceased, i will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION r.n the premis-s, at Wai-
on FRIDAY, September
it l. o'clock A. M. , the
: A Nil I ii;;ii;s.:, kn iwn
i hk ST.ust.es, together
as the .1 ii -
Hacks, .- neys, Bur-.rs, Biu k
boaros, ftiillvies, JiruUes, Ex
press W.ig'ins, HaVnesise.-', Sad
dles, Bridles, Blankets, Fifteen
head of wed broken Carriage
Horses, now in use in said Stable
Olhee Furniture, Safes, Tools,
Ofiice Thiil'Jiiig.Dwching llov.ve,
Stable Buildings, Carriage
ll.uiscs, Water Pipe System, as
also the Unexpired leas;: of lho
preiidses now occupied ly the
said Bismahk Si'.usi.ts.
Ail of-the above wiil bo sold at
at upset price of &, ."00.
1 will also sell at, the Mine tin e
and place about Forty head ol
Horses, Mares and Coil., broken
and unbroKi n, raised by the kite
A splendid opportunity is hereby
offered to purchase a complete and'
well established Stable and Livery
For further particulars applicu
cation may be made to the under
signed at Wailuku, Maui.
Terms of Sale, Cash. GEO. RONS,
. -fc. '
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. $ U.S. Army .Stanford
The attention of lr;e peojiie ol iMaui is
.called to our facilities for filling liifiil
orders. Orders or inquiries for vocaIs
nut carried by us receive prompt and
cheerful atte ntion. Do not hesitate to '
call on us, we are pleased to icive ycu
All sizes From 3 Inches
To 40 Feet In Length.
V rite Us Specifying
$ Sizes Desired.
& Potter COa9
Main 317. 926 Four StnceT, Honolulj. P. O. Bix 784
'c, is w s k--Sk.- 'vu ---qv
Ml i liOlil lEilTO!
Having Sold off Old Stock
iitid enlarged my storo I
carry a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
The following list of UNCLAIMED
FREIGHT held at the warehouse of
the Kahului Railroad Company will
be sold by AUCTION, if not eallec
for within FOURTEEN DAYS from
Dissolution of Parfcsefship. i
Notice is hereby gicu that the
Partnership heretofore existhiy 1 c
t'.veen A.Enos und John Fereira uiuiri
tlie firm name of A. Enos ix Co., ha
this day been dissolved by mutuil
The General Merchandise busir.es-s
heretofore carried on nt AVailuki,
Maui by said linn will be continued
by Mr. A Enos.
All accounts owing said firm prior
to this dt.te are to be paid to Mr. A.
haios, who is authorized to rectipi
Wailuku, Aug. 1st, 1001.
his attorney in fact, W. T. Robinson.
Mats and Shoes.
( Complete Assortment
A large ton -sign m cut of
Shoes and Underwear on
tho way from San Francisco. A
Of fresh fjri relies, including
fresh Duiniond (5. Hams,
Hacon and Silver Leai
Lard. Full lino of fresh, d
jarned msods mid fruits.
1 I3ox marked Miss Mary Flore?,
2 Rolls Matting. No mark.
1 Box Japse yoods. K. J. S. Kahului
1 Baj damaged sugar. No murk.
1 Basket. No mark.
3 Picture Frames. Joe de Melle.
X Box Chisels. No came, Nahiku.
1 l'kge Bags! J. P. Silva.
1 Trunk. No mark.
I cs. Cor' oil. No mark.
1 cs. Dry goods. Ah W an.
1 Spring Mattress Mrs, W. Pat-
1 Straw " f terson.
1 Japse. Basket. Yaroka, Maui.
2 Tool chests. No marlf.
1 Hose Reel. "
2 Bundles Baggage. No mark.
1 Bundle Lauhala. No mark.
2 Coils Wire. No mark.
1 Deck Chain. do T
1 Japse. Basket, do .
1 Box Saddlery
1 Bag Rice
1 Bag Oats )
1 Sauce pai
1 Keg Wine
1 Bag Kukui nuts.
1 Bag Plants. F.
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wnihee and W'nikr.pu
Pefis, Peao' es, Plums $
Call aad cxami::e my Stock.
You wiil f ii;d .;st what you vnt
at the right PHcc i
vies -s;uo, ltd,
Thi: niu'.iTsUneJ, Lavlu:? b'vjn lulj-up:.-.-tRiii-
.V'lmici.-itratoi- of t'nu l-latt' of Hri-ry L. (.1 :
D ilico to i'.ll t-ro litort; of V.-.'S Ot-iVT'1., lo j-
8ut thvlr cl..ims iliily HUih-iulit-a'.'." , v. : 1 1 1
pro-.-r voucli.. i-s. 'vcu if tho i -.:.,ii:'t:;'i l)
niDrt!?32i" uuiiu roal ostat", to l.lm ut htufimov Iij
Vuilaku, Mi:I, wl'.lilD si:t m"u:ij:-. fiom liiu il;,U
h.-.-iof. or tlu'j- will iu fowver t.in-.-J.
.Vaailuisli.itc.:- of tl.o F..-:!o'.o cf ll-ai". L. ( U..: c
Wailuliii, Haul, Sop'.i mbcr lltti, r.U!.
BY AUTHOR IT.V
TENDER FOR SCM03L KO-S'
A soft, cnoy i'it
t!u dufabU shoe,
suited for II kinds
Wailama. . .
11. A. A.
. . . . Boote
. . Krueger
. . Jackson
SOI E AGENT
Maul Drug Co,
J. Reis, Paia.
1 rkge. Chinese bat'gage. No mark
1 Box Hardware. No mark.
1 Psge Plaiting Straw.
3 Japse. Valises .
2 Japse. Trunks j0Iait-
1 Pkge. Miss E. Shafer, Erehon,
1 Pkgo Mr. Alf. Gerner, Sprecrels
1 Pkge. Joscpn S. Erda, Kilatna,
1 Pkge. Dry goods. FT. Andrews.
1 Box. . Hanaoka, Kahului.
1 Chct. No name. K-.-.huhJ.
Kahului R. R. Co.,
Sept. loth. lliUl.
Sealed tenders for the con.f n:c'-
lion ol' a oii3-i join school ho-;:,'-,
LJlanio, District of Liana, Maui, tolt
otiij-k-led on or before Saturday,
Oil. 19, will uo received at Uu olu; e
of the Department in ILmo'u'.u ui.t 1
noon of Mail i', Sept. P, I
Plans and specilications can be
seen at the office of tho Departn eut
an.l at the onice of F. Witt nek,
School Agent for the District of
The Department does not bind it-
self to accept the lowest or any bid. !
(Signed) A' ltan T. Atkiitoii,
Sv.pt. Pub. Instruction.
nolulu, August 20, 1U0,
Merchants and Comin!sson
HONOLULU, II. T.
lAeillriigto-a - Typewriters $60.90
Oo n over T ypewrite ts $4 5. 0 O
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
Clos it Sols.
Keep i Your Clothes ui Shap?,
S.ives Time and Labor,
LAKG E SKTS Comprising
ti Pants Hangers, Shelf bars,
12 Garment yokes, 1 Closet loop
Such ot tho above mentioned ait j
eles as have not been claimed pre
viouidy will be sold at auction, by
order of the Kahului Railroad Co.. .it
their KabiV.ul Warehouse ou Friday
Sept. 27th. 1901 at ! a. m.
i' ' $
SAMi'L'l SETS. Comprising
2 Pants guard, 1 Closet loop,
3 Garment yokes. ...i
Send for Booklet.
Pacific Cycle h Mfg Co. Ltd.
Cl; ers Blk, Fort St., Honolulu-, P. O. Box 731.
Nolico is hereby given that tl
follii whir &i)):i'tnients have been
rnado on the liana Road Boart
Messrs. R. J. McCictligm, Chairman,
M. II. Renter, Mi inter.
J. I". IV.vd
Sunei intendent of PaVic Works
Public Work . Dei artn.eiit
July 2, ltill I.
TitT -iaiMahirr ' " " - -rru urn.
ITMAN & CO.
Gur s, Sporting Goods, Cartrie
tea sr cs rr r- r.:. a. - -i- rri
MARKET ST. ' WA1L"KU
(AI'J JIMS!. 1J Ui!A's Si'U.K.)
First Class ia All 11
Hair Cutting, Shaving u
Clean and Tidy
Wlilij Custom SoliciUid.
HAIL ORDER Department a specialty. Box 572