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The i;evs last week of the nssas-1
sination of President McKinley cans
ed great const ernation and profound
Oi'row 10 Maui people. Telephone
enquiries from ui! parts of the Island
during tin' -.'ek for latest iniformat
t ion sho wi ll tlu) einuere sorrow and
anxiety felt. Hopeful neV3, from
time to tii ii.', innrle us wish for the
best, wlv-n the mournful wireless
telegram Bit'iiouncinj.; the .President's
death came to us on Tuesday night
iis a gT.at blow. Wednesday was
generally observed throughout Maui
as a day of mourning. The Court
House, Port Oflice, Maui Hotel and
other buildings in Wailuku were
.draped in black and white, and flng
hoisted at hall'-mast could be seen on
every flag pole. The public Schools
The Kahului Store will bo closed
Monday and Tuesday next for stock
taking. Owing to the continued indisposi
tumor Mi. Geo. 13. Robertson no
dance will be given at the Windsoi
'The Morning Stars will play a
game of biise ball with M, A. A. at
Wells Park to-morrow afternoon
commencing at 2 o'clock,
X An accidc nt happened while loading
the big freight steamer Oregonian at
Kahului las' Tuesday: which nearly
ended the life of one of the Japanese
stevedores. Fifteen bags of sugar
ell through the hold on the Jtip
working below. He was taken to the
Wailuku Hospital and may recover.
The Fire Claims Commission will
hold court in Wailuku on Wednesday
Oct. 2, to hear claimants for losses by
lire during the Kahului burning of
property at the time of the plague.
The Hilo Photo. Co., Hilo do the
best developing and printing on tin
Islands. They offer special prices to
people from Maui. Best work anu
quick delivery guaranteed. Mai;
them your Clms.
The new Kinder-garten School at
Lahaina has been running a little
over two weeks with very encourag
ing resu'ts. Miss Barker the princi
pal reports an average daily atten
dance of 43 pupils.
A memorial service for the lak
Presideut will be held in the Kaahu
manu Church, Wailuku, to-morrow
morning. Franci3 Murphy and Rev.
Hartley will deliver appropriate
addresses, and special music wih
be sung by a full choir and a quart
ette of male voices.
A contract has been awarded
David Crowell for extensivo repairs,
to the Kaahumanu Church Wailuku.
The Church is to have a corrugated
iron roof ;iud to be repainted throu
ghout. Work will be commenced at
Houolulu fo to have a hotel for men
It is to be a four story edifice and
to be erected ou the Hopper premises
on King street. Among the promo
ters are W. R. Castle' T. Clive Da
vies, Robert Lowers, J. B. Atherton
Geo. Wilcox and Theodore Richards
An able article copied from the
Friend reiativc to Chinese aud Ha
waiian marriages appeared iii last
week Xkws without being properly
credited to tlio t riena. luis was
purely uu u aiuu . iui tTtiii;u
ask partLjij t Jpy.- Dr. Bishop, who
by, thejay" i hi many respects the
ablest. wri tor on tlitf Island.
Hanan & Son
A so?t, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for !1 kids
SOI E AGENTS.
Inauguration of. Maul Teachers
Fifteen Maui teachers held a meet
ing in the Wailukvi School House on
Friday afternoon, Sept. 20 and or
ganized a Teachers' Circle.
School Inspector Keliinoi was chos
en temporary chairman and explain
ed that the object of the circle was
to bring teachers together to ex
change ideas, to study and discuss t he
most approved methods of instruction
and to work for the general advance
ment of the public schools on Maui.
The officers elected for the ensuing
year are F. P. Rosecrans, President:
high M. Coke, vice President, Mrs.
Knowlton, Secretary; Programme
Committee, S. Keliinoi, Miss Malum-,
Mrs. McKay, F. H. Rosecrnns and
Hugh M, Coke,
Meetings will be held monthly, tin-
next will be held on Oct 20th at the
Wailuku school house. It was decid
ed to follow the course adopted by
the Territorial Teachers Association.
The programme for the next meet
ing, A class conducted in iteprouucl
ion Stories, by F. P. Rosecrans,
Value of Reproduction, by Hugh M.
Coke, First Chapter of McMurrey's
General Methods. Discussion led by
Mrs. McKay. How shall we get chil
dren to do independent reading, Miss
Malone, Miss Nape, Miss Rogers,
Miss Wong Kong, and Messrs Kelii
noi and Kauhunahu,
The Bachelors Won.
An interesting game of base ball
took place at Wells Park last Satur
day afternoon between the Bachelors
and the Benedicts of Wailuku, which
attracted u large number of specta
tors. The game was won easily by
the Batchelors, with a score of 18 to
10. The line up was as follows:
Jackson , Parker
Palapala , Rosecrans
Garcia '. Keliinoi
Pickard ; Enos
Hull Corn well
The Governor directs that notice
be given that on Saturday next, Sep
tember 28th, government offices will
be closed inhouor of Wm. McKinley,
Ute President of United States,
whose death at the hands of an assas
sin has plunged the nation into the
deepest sorrow, and has enlisted the
sympathy andregret of the world.
It is recommended that that, day be
reeoguued by this comunity as a da
of mourning and prayer, and of pub
lic expression of the national loss and
bereavement caused by the Presi
dent's death. Advertiser.
Capture of Waihee Bu.lar.
The residence of Hugh M. Coke at
Waihee was again broken iuto about
noon on Sunday last'and some dan -age
done, but as the guilty party
was seen iu the house b cfore ho had
completed his work.but little of value
was taken. The house was entered
by breaking a light out of a window
and then unfastening on the inside.
Pepenui Ali was arrested by the
police and on examination before
Judgo iMeivay attmitteu tr.e crime
and was held to appear before
the grand jury.
For some months past Makawao
district, has suffered severly by a ser
ies of forest fires which led last weekto
Sheriff Baldwin offering a reward of
$100 fur information which would lead
to the arrest and conviction of the
party or parties who started these
;Gwge Elbcr ,of Makawao has
been arrested oij suspicion and
now hgld for investigation.
B'smarh Siftbies Co. Ltd.
i Attorney George
Honolulu on Monday to get the char
ter of the new BLsmark Stables Co.
The new Corporation is capitalized
at $10,000 and r.ll the stock is owned
by a few local people. It will have
i stables iu Wailuku and Lahaina.
Mr. W. Robinson jva3 In Kula
three days this week.
Postmaster T. it. Lyons made a
hurried business visit to Honolulu
Setiool Inspector S. Keliinoi
left for Molokai last Wednesday on a
Dickey Davis is acting as Purser
of the Claudine during the illness of
Walter A. Lowrie and wife ret.?
f-d to Maui this week after an extend,
ed trip abroad.
The many friends of Mrs. Ella L.
Austin will be glad to hear that she
is convalescent again.
Hon J. W. Kalua and Bailiff Welch
accompanied Inspector Keliinoi to
Molokai on a pleasure trp.
T. P. Du Bose travelling man for
Tj. B. Kerr A Co. of Honolulu, is
visiting Maui merchants this week.
Co. I. National Guard of Hawaii
will attend the memorial servlce at
the Kaahumanu Churcd to-morrow.
Chas. Crowell is pushing the con
struction of the new Tax Office on1
Main street, and it is rapidly near- ;
Rev John Waiamau, one of the
oldest and best known Hawaiian
orcachers in the Islands died at
Honolulu on Sept 23rd.
Fritz Klamp of Hackfeld & Co
and L. A. Thurston of Honolulu and
Lnuis BaMibnnsen of Lahaina were
in town yesterday.
The Rev Dr. Weymouth of Lahai
a will hold Divine Service at the
Anglican Church Wailuku on the
first and last Sundays of next month
Oct. Gth and 27.1 J
J. R. Bersrstrom, the popular
niano tuner of the Bergstrom Music
Co. of Honolulu is working on Maui
this week. Telephone orders for work
to Windsor Hotel, Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waldeyer re
turned from Ulupalakua yesterday.
The Waldeyer home is makai of Man
ager Ogg's residence, in the hous'1
recently vacated by Mr. & Mrs. Cox.
Matt McCann of Lahaina and W.
M. Diggspaid.Wailuku a flying visit
the early part of the week. Mr
Diggs represent sColW. E. Fisher of
Honolulu and will be in Wailuku on n
business trip next week selling oil
Attorney Geo Hons went to Hono
lulu on the Mauna Loa Monday and
eturned Thursday on the same boat.
Mr. Hons' trip to the Capital was
to secure t'e Charters for tho Bis
mark Stables Co. and the new Laha-
na Hotel Co.
It is Edward S. Taylor, and not
James T. Taylor, Consulting Enginf -
pr who has accepted tho flattering
offer from a San I ranc-isco firm to
go to the coast as stated in our last
Hans Amundsen has completed the
erection ct his new livery stable on
Chapel Street, AVailuku. The new
premises of the Maui Stables are
spacious and convenient, and the
retiial and popular Hans need be
justly proud of their.
Geo. B. Robirtson of the Maui
News has reached the convalescent
stage, ana aitnougn still conhned to
the house, is able this week to till the
Editorial column. The News job oft'ee
is doing business right along, so send
in your orders. Bill Her.ds, Letter
Heads andoffico stationery a special
Mr. J. A. Neill, who has managed
the B'smark Stables since the death
of William Goodness, has accepted
the position of barkeeper in Mr. T.
B. Lyons new saloon on Market
Street. "Jack" Neill is-well known
and very porular o.i Maui and will
be an acquisition to the new con
Autono do Rego, manager of the
Iao Stables in his capacity as United
States Mail Carrier, registers
strenuous kick about the bad con
dition of tho road between Wailuku
and Maalaea Bay. He says tho road
is in sucha fearful condition that it i
almost impossible for him to reach
the Bay in time to deliver his mail
bags, notwithstanding the fact, tha
lie leaves the waiiuuu t". u. us soon
as. he is notified by telephono from
Lahaina that a steamer has reached
that point enroute lor Maalaea,
The Hamokuo Fire Under Control
Governor Dole received tho follow
ing wireless telegram from Superin
tendent of Public Worke James H.
Boyd dated Honokaa, Sept. 23:
"Jii6t returned; forest fires still
burning, but under control; govern
ment assistance not necessary. Re
port later. No rain.
Ordained a Deacon.
Frank S. Fit!!, master of Iolani Col
lege, was ordained to deacon's orders
at St. Andrew's Cathedral last Sun-
ay. He was presented to the Bishop
by Rev. Vincent Kileat. The ordina
tion sermon was preached by Rev.
The Kahului Store will be closed
next Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 3d
ud Oct, 1st for stocktaking.
The Bergstrom Music Co ,
td, of Horiolulu.T. II., wishes to
Mh, John R. Bekgstkom
s the only man employed and
authorized by them to tune and
ej.air Pianos on the Island of
Signed J. W. Bergstrom, Mrg.
Company "1" Attention!
All the members of this commano
are hereby ordered to assemble at
the Drill Shed (Skating Rink) on Sun-
lay morning, Sept. 29 at 10 a. m. to
ttend in a body the Memorial er-
ices to be held at Kaahumanu Nat
ive Church in honor of our late and
imented Pres. William J'cKtnley.
Khaki uniform, campaign hats and
JAS. N. K. KEOLA.
Company "I." 1st Regiment
National Guard of Hawaii.
Sept. 27, 1901.
Notice To Creditors.
The undersigned, having boen duly appointed
Admlulntrutor of the Kstuto of Henry L. Chaw
lutoof Wailuku, Maul, deceased, hereby give:
notice to all creditors of the dcaedNcd, lo pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated, witL
proper vouchers, even if the same is secured l.
mortgage upon real cKtutu, to him at his oillcc Iu
Wailuku, Maui, within six months from the date
hereof, or they wlil be forevor barred.
Li. M. UAL.UWLN.
Administrator of tho Estate of Henry L. Chase.
Wailuku, Maui, September 11th, iwoi.J
TnNDER FOR SCHOOL HOL'S:i,
Sealed tenders for the construe t-
tion of a one-room school house, n
Ulanio, District of Hana, Mmi, to be
coriipleted on cr before Saturday.
Oct. 18, will be received at tbe ofh'ce
of the Departuii nt in Honolulu u itii
noon of Monday Sept. 9, 1901.
Plans and specifications can b;j
seen at the oflice o.: the Department
and at the oflice of F. Wittrovk.
School Agent for the District of
The Departnu nt do.-s not bind it
self to accept the lowest or any bid
(Signed) Alatau T. Atkliv.o.i,
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
Honolulu, August 20, 1901.
Telegrams to all Points c
Hawaii, Lanai and Oohu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.03 per message
Central Station for Maul ai
i Mm i
Pear-son & Potter Co, Ltd
Tel. Main -317.
926 Tort Sfust Honjuvj.
SeW off Old Stock
Ifats and Shoes.
( Complete Assortment
f Pears, Peaches, Plums V
$ and Tomatoes.
i Call ?.nd examine my Stock.
$ You will find jast what ytjjl want $
Sat the right Price J
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Waihee and Waikapu.
Merchants and Commission A&jem:
HONOLULU. II. T.
Aiilu?;tos-) TypeYAriters $60.00
Ccnovfer TypeA.'Htbir3 $4.OD
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Shot Gun, Rifle and
$ We have just received a large
fresh slock for the fall reason.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
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Write for our latest prices, our pricos are
P. O. Bjx T34
.hncl enlarged my store I now
carry a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of jf
Shoes and Underwear on
the way frttra San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams, A
FSacon and Silver Leaf 0
Lard. Full line of fresh f
earned goods and fruits, $
a vies & Co. Ltd.
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3 A M P L V. SETS. 2 n pi-i.-;:i.
. 2 P;iats -.vartl, Closet loop,
'5 Gannont yokes.
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