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Honolulu is having an epidemic of
Look up the new Kahului Stove ad
in today's issue.
E. It. Hendry has been appointed.
Acting United btates Marshal by
Col W. H.. Cornwall sailed for San
Francisco in theMariyosa on the 11
Ammunition for your shot feun,
rifle and revolver. See Pearson &
Potter Co.'s new ad today.
An importance notice from the
Bergstrotrf Music Co. of Honolulu
appears in another column of this
A ball game will be played at Wells
Park this afternoon commencing at
3 o'clock between Wailuku represen
tative Bachelors and Benedicts.
Francis Murphy went to Hawaii
on the last Kinau on a gospel tem
perance campaigr. Mr. Murphy will
visit Maui before returning to Hono
lulu. 'Mr. W. F. Love of the Manf. Shoe
'Co., will display a full line of Ladies
'and Gents shoes, next week.' Due
notice will be given as to time and
High Sheriff Brown is going to
compel all applicants for hack licenses
in Honolulu hereafter to pass ex
amination as to their ability to handle
a horse. y
it is hopea mat the ev. vr. Wey
mouth of the Anglican Church, Laha
ina will be able to give the people of
Wiiluku a few services during Mr.
Aults abseucc. ' -.
The Hilo Photo. Co., Jlilo do the
best developing and printing on the
"Islands. They offer -special prices to
people from Maui. Best work and
quick delivery . guaranteed. Mail
them your films.
The latest attraction at Paia for
the lovers of the equine race, is a
Tandam team of thorough-breds
owned by Dr. W. F. McConkey. The
Doctor says that Tandam is the pro
per thing for his long drives over the
. rougu ana rugged roads of Maui.
A move is on foot to organize a
Polo Club in Wailuku to practise
with -the Makawao Club. Thero is
plenty of good material to draw from
herevand thero is no reason whj
Maui should not come to the front.
;'. The Rev. W. Ault left by the
Kinau on Thursday night for Hono
lulu en route for San Frarxisco
. .where ho accoompauies Bishop Willis
j as his chaplain. The Bishop goes to
.San Francisco to fight for his cause
.at the general convention of the Epis
v Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin leave for
.the coast next week on the "Aorangi.
They intend making a tour through
British Columbia, but will visit San
.Francisco before returning to the
Island. Mr. Frauk Baldwin will take
. a run dowii to Burlinghame with
the object of securing some first class
Poloponies for tho Maui Polo Club.
Mr-. Baldwin has made up his mind
that next time Maui plays Honolulu
it will not be the fault of the ponies
. if our team doesn't beat provided he
can get the right kind on Frisco. He
will have something worthy of cany
ing the "Yellow and Black" if it Is
possible to be g)t. ,
Hanan & Son
i A soft, easy it-
tln durable shoe,
" suited for all kinds
801 E AnrSt3.
Tho marriage of Miss Emily Ade
line, sister of Attorney George Hons
of Wailuku and Ferdinand Hons of
Kahului, to Carl Waldcyer of Wai
luku took place at tho Anglican
Church in Wailuku, at 8 o'clock on
Tuesday evening, Sept. 17. Rev,
Win. Ault performed, the ceremony.
The littlo church was most tastily
decorated for this occasion with vines
and potted ferns.
Promptly at 8 o'clock tho bride
groom entered the church accom
panied by Mr. J. L. Coke. Miss Mar
garet R. Nape played Mendolsohns
Wedding March on the organ and
during the rendition of this beautiful
piece, the bride entered the Church
leaning in the arms of her brother
Ferdinand Hons. Mrs. Coke follow
ed them. The party marched slowly
up the aisle to the alter whero the
bride was met by the bridegroom
and the Rev. Wm. Ault. The beauti
ful marriage services of the Anglican
Church wera then read by the ofli
ciating clergyman, at the conclusion
of which the newly married couple re
paired to the vestry to sigh the
After the services at the church a
reception was held at the home of
Manager and Mrs. W. G. Ogg,
where Mr. and Mrs. Waldeycr re
ceived the congratulations of their
Among those present, were Hon.
and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, Sheriff and
Mrs. L.- M. Baldwin, Deputy Sheriff
A.N. Hayselden, Mrs. Hayselden,
Sr., Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Ault, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Ogg, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs, Sam.
Keliinoi, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken,
Judge and Mrs. W.- G. McKay, Dr.
and Mrs. Weddick, Mr. Keeney, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Wheeler, Mr. aiid
Mrs. J. L. Coke, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Filter, Mr. " F. Hons, Hiss Hons,
MissCummings, Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
Vettlesen, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walk-
er.Mrs. J. W. L. Marshall.Dr. W. R.
Buoter Mr. J. N. K. Keola and many
After the receptiou light refresh
ments were served to the guests on
the spacious varandah of .the mana
ger's mansion, aud when all were
served, the lanai was cleared for
danoing. Both old and young spent
the rest of the evening in the fasina
tions of tnc light fantastic toe. The
music was furnished by a select male
quartette. A little before midnight
tho newly married couple left, for
CJlupalakua where they will spend
their honeymoon. Both the bride
and bridegroom are very popular
young people of Wailuku and their
union is a source of gratification to
their mauy friends who join with the
News iu wishing them long years of
Makawao Teachers Meeting.
A regular meeting of tho Teachers
of Makawao was held at Mr. F. W.
Hardy's school on Monday, Sept. 16.
All of the teachers were present.
The minutes of the previous meet
ing was read. After which a few
remarks were made by S. R. Dowdle
th retiring President.
Election of officers for the ensuitig
Mr. C. E. Copeland.... President
Miss M. E. Fleminiug. Vice-President
Miss Simmons Secretary
Remarks to the retiring PrcsiJenl
were made, after which Mr. Doivdle
made u brief response.
Miss Eva Smith finished a literary
lesson on Sir Lauufull, by Jas R.
Lowell. Mr. Dowdle followed with
an address on Meteorology. Then
followed a discussion on what should
be taken up for the ensuing year, it
was decided to take up the study of
Shakespeare, and also to appoint a
Committee to ascertain what work
tho Teachers National Committee
have taken up and to .elect from
their programme (Whatever they
might see tit.
Th following is the programme
for the next meeting.
Courets .Mr. D. D. Bildwin
Shakespeare Mr. F. W. Hauly
Exhibitions iu our Island Schools
.....-...: Miss N. Crook
School Inspector Mr. C. W. Bald
win was present and made, an appro
priate address, encouraging the
Burglars at Waihee.
. A burglar entered the residence of
Prof. H. M. Coke at Waihee on Sun
day evening. AW the family happen
ed to beway tkf'tho tim 'and the
robber gained admission by break iu
ft pane tf gl&ss in a 'door ot the rear
of the house and reaching an arm
through the hole made, unfastened the
lock. "Mr. Coke thinks that tho re
turn of the family must have disturb
ed him in his work for an investiga
tion of tho premises showed that
trunks had been pried open and
drawers gone through, and the con
tents scattered over the floor gene
rally. Luckily nothing of value was
The following Maui teachers will
receive first class primary certificat
es having successfully passed ex-
minations at Honolulu last month.
M. H. Kane of Kipahulu, C. H.
Daven of Haou, Mrs. Cora B. Capo
land, assistant, Kealahou; Mrs. Belle
Carleton, assistant, Lahaihaluna;
Miss Aoo Wong Kong, assistant
Waihee; and Moses Kauhlmahu of
m m m '
Bismark 6tables Sold.
This old established stables and
livery business, formally ' owned, by
William Goodness, deceased, was
sold yesterday at Public Auction
to William Henning of Lahaina, for
Goo. B. Robertson editor of the
Maui News has been confined to his
bed for the past tenday. with pneu
monia. - .
Mr. S. D. Alexander returned to
Honolulu on the last Claudine.
Mr. John D. Holt spent last week
on Maui, leaving Saturday for Hono
Manager W. F. Poguc of Kihei
Plantation visited Wailuku on -Tues
Mrs. John Weddick and daughter
spent the early part of the week at
Master Fred Coffee son of Engineer
M. Coffee went to Honlulu to attend
School last week.
Wm. Hall, Robt Parker Jr., and
W. H. Bradley of Honolulu are visit
ing Maul this week.
Sheriff Liudsey and the Captain
of tho Lahaina Police" came over, to
Wailuku on Monday on business.
Mr. F. W. Grimwood of Grimwood
Richardson & Co. of Honolulu and Dr.
Diuegar of Kihei were passengers to
tho Island on Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. K. S. Gjerdrum, Manager of
tho Haua Plantation and Deputy
Sheriff Whit rock passed through
Wailuku on Monday going to Haua
Mrs. F. Pearson, wife of Captain
F. Peurson of the ship St. David who
has made many friends in Wailuku
during her stay here leaves on board
the vessel for tho Sound today.
L. R. Crook. F. P. Rosecrans of
Ulupalakua, William Henning of La
haina, Louis ven Tcmpsky of Kula,
and G. W. Bailey of Makawao,' and
people from all parts of tho Island,
attended the sale of the Bismark
James T. Taylor, who was tl.o
Engineer for the Wailuku water
works, and for some months past has
bocn surveying fjr the H. C. & S. Co.
at Makawao, has accepted a flat
ting offer from a San Francisco firm,
and will leave for the joast in a few
COCKETT At Waikapu, Sept. 17,
1901, to the wife of E K. Cockett,
WALDEYER HONS At tho Au
glicau Church, Wailuku, Sept. 17,
l'JOl, by the Rev. Wm. Ault, Carl
Waldeyer to Emily Adeilne Hons.
CARLEY At Paia, Sept, 17, 1901,
Clara Louise Carley, infant daugh
tercf Mr. end Mrs. E. 13. Carley,
aged 11 mouths and 21 days.
Card of Thank.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Carley beg
to extend their, sincere thanks t
all t heir friends .for their sym.
pathy In their tterravement.
The Bergstrom Music Co ,
Ltd, of "Honolulu,!1. II., wishes lo
Mu, John It. Bekgstkom
is-the only man employed and
authorized by them to tunc und
repair Pianos on the Island of
Signed J. W. TSergstrom, Mr?.
WANTED 30 men to break and
load old iron on cars.
Will contract to break iron.
For further! Inquire Post office box 3,
particulars j" Spreckelsville.
The following list of UNCLAIMED
FREIGHT hel l at the warehouse o:
the Kahului Railroad Company will
be sold by AUCTION, if not called
for within FOURTEEN DAYS from
1 Box marked Miss Mary Flores,
2 Rolls Matting. No mark.
1 Box Japse goods. K. J. S. Kahului
1 Bag damaged sugar. No mark.
1 Basket. No mark.
3 Picture Frames. Joe do Melle.
I Box Chisels. No name, Nahiku.
1 Pkge Bags. J. .P. Silva.
1 Trunk. No mark.
1 cs. Coal oil. No mark.
1 cs. Dry goods. Ah Wan.
1 Spring Mattress ) Mrs. W. Pat-
1 Straw " terson.
1 Japse. Basket. Yaroka, Maui.
2 Tool chests. No mark.
1 Hose Reel. "
2 Bundles Baggage. No mark.
1 Bundle Lauhala. No marl?.
2 Coils Wire. No mark.
1 Deck Chain. do
1 Japse. Basket, do
1 Box Saddlery. Kamabata,
1 Bag Rice )
2 Bags Flour Marks illegible,
1 Bag Oats )
1 Sauco pan. Maui Drug Co.
1 Keg Wine. J. Reis, Paia.
1 Bag Kukui nuts. ' No mark.
1 Bug Plants. F. A. Alexander,
: . Wailuku
1 Pkge. Chinese baggage. No marl
1 Box Hardware. No mark.
.1 PKge Plaiting Straw.
3 Japso. Vulises -v- .i.
2 Japse. Trunks lISon,arl'
1 Pkge. Miss E. Shafer, Erchon,
1 Pkgo Mr. Alf. Gcruer, Spreerels-
1 Pkge. Josepn S. Erda, Kiiamc,
1 Pkge. Dry goods. H. Andrews.
1 Box. Hanaoka, Kahului.
1 Chest. No name, Kahului.
Kahului R. R. Co.,
Sept. 10th, 1901.
Such of the above mentioned arti
cles as have not .been claimed pre
viously will bo sold at auction, b
order of tho Kahului Railroad Co., a
their Kahului Warehouse on Friday
Sept. 27th. 1901 at 9 a. in. :
Notice To Creditors.
The unrttirslgtioJ, IiuvIuk been duly iipixilutcd
Admlntstrntur of Uw Kstutoof Henry L. C'haic
ittu of Wailuku, Maui, cU'coanod, hereby
uotliMj to nil cruilllo.' of tho t'ewoseil, to in.
neat their Chilian, duly r.ut!ieulieiite will
propwr voucher, i-ven if the Kivmu in nccuretf foj
uiortimgc upon real oxtHte, to him at IiIh oltlce Id
Wailuku, Maui, wiltilu kU months from tho dute
hereof, or Iht y w'.ii be forever burred.
Administrator of the E.;ta'e of H ury L. Cuuse
Wulluku, Muui, September 11th, lull.
TENDER FOR SCHOOL l!OUS3
Sealed tenders for the construct
lion of a oue-roarn school house, ti
Ulanio, District of llanu, Maui, to U
completed on or before Saturday
Oct. IS, will be received at the o.iic.
of tho Department in Honolulu uuti
noon.of Monday, .Sept. y, IWil.
JPlaiis and specifications, can l
seen at the oTu:e of the Dopartiwi
anl at the otlica of F. WittrocK,
School Ajiont for' the District ti
The Department docs uot bind i
self to accept tho lowest or any bid
(Signed) Alatau T. Atkinso.i,
Supt. Pub. Instructioi
Honolulu, A ujjusl 20, l'JOl.
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Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd
Ter M i 3 7. 92 Fir S.Mitf Ho.mli. P. O. B 734
A, J. Rodrigues
- General Merchandise ...
j Having Sold off Old
Ifats and Shoes.
Pears, Peaches,' Plums
- and Tomatoes.
1 Call and examine niy Stock.
You will find just what you want
at the right Price
Goods Delivex'ecl at Wailuku. Waihee and Watkfcp.u.
Tucft H "Da
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, H. T. . j
Wellington Typewriters $60.06
. and . '
Cpnouer Typewriters $45.CO
KOCH K HARHOR LIME
CAPS AiNTD FUSE
' H 1
Eh ers Blk, Fori: St.,
WHITMAN & CO,
v'ING STRELT, ?
Gui s, Spontin
lice Bird Am
-M - l.&L-J.-
SAIL. ORDER Department a spsclafty. Box 572
- mm v w m w a m4
Shot Gun, Rifle and
We have just received a large
fresh stock for the fall reason.
WE CAN. SHIP AMMUNITION
J by niiyS3at to tiny part of tho
our Litest prices, our prices aro
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. Hams,
Racon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full line of fresh
earned goods and fruits.
vice s f n I
Gbicacjo (3obb ifo:m
Cios ;t Sets.
Keeps Your Clothes in" Shape, -
Saves Time aud Labor, '
LARGE SETS Com prising
6 Punts Hangers, 2 Shelf bars,
12 Garment, yokes, 1 Closet loop.
SAMPLE SETS. Comprising
2 Pants yuard, 1 Closet loop," -
3 Garmont yokes,
Send for Booklet.
Cycle & Mfg Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, P. O. Box 751.
Goods, Cartrie 5,