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Throe inches of rain fell on Oabu
on Wednesday. ,
The next Windsor Hotel dance will
be given October 12th, one week
The Hilo rhoto. Co., Hilo do the
best developing and printing 6n the
Islands. They offer special prices to
people from Maui. Best work and
quick delivery guaranteed. Mail
them your films.
Remember there will be a dance
at the Windsor Hotel next Satur
day, October 12th.
Ah Sui of Kihei arrested for sell
ing spiritous liquors was acquitted.
James L. Coke appeared for Ah Sui.
Mrs. Fred Hayselden of Lahaina
gave a very enjoyable dance on Thurs
day In honor of Miss Dayton of Ho
nolulu. The engagement of Miss Edith
Lang of Oakland, to Mr. Frank A.
Alexander, of Hamakuapoko has
T. B. Lyons will open his new saloon
on Market Street this afternoon. It
is to be a grandopening with a luau
and every body is invited.
The ball game last Sunday at Wells
Park between M. A. A. and Morn
ing Stars resuelted in an easy victory
f or the Morning Stars. Score 17 to It
Francis Murphy will not visit Mau
Unexpected business called him awayi
from tlii Islands, and he left for the
Coast on the "Mariposa" last Wed
nesday. The return baseball game between
the Morning Stars and the M. A. A
will be played at Wells Park, Wail
luku, Sunday afternoon commencing
at 2 o'clock sharp.
The case against the Kihei native
Kamaka on a charge of incest camo
up before Judge McKay on Thurs
day. Kamakawas commtted for trial
before the grand jury.
E. N. Hitchcock son of the late
Marshal E. G. Hitchcock and broth
er of II. R. Hitchcock of Honolulu
died at the Hitchcock homestead in
Hilonn Sunday morning Sept 2!)
Cromc dysen tery was the cause of
A Jap was arrested at Faia yes
terday and fined $25.00 for fishing
with giant powder, and another Paia
Jap named Moishi wa3 arrested for
helling liquor without a license and
Dr W. R. Bool e got his hands bad
ly cut playing in -last week's ball
game, and he has been obliged to
lay off this week. The nasty accident
happened in sliding, to third base in
Otto Honeberg, son of F. Haneberg
nok-keeper of Olowalu plantation,
died at the Queen's Hospital Honolu
lu Sunday last of meningitis. Deceas
ed has been ill about a month He
was in his (twelf th year,
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Ths Kahuiui Rail Road Company
announce in this issue that the Sa
turday night special trains will be
discontinued after the 26 instant
It is to be presumed that Manager
Filler stops ruuuiug the Saturday
iiTir. T.iMim rfini ittiir nr no t ...
which is greatly to be regretted.
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soft, easy lu
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SOI E AGENTS.
There was a crowded attendance
at the memorial exercises in Kaa
humanu Church last Sunday morniug
as a tribute of reverence to the mem
ory of the late President MeKiuley.
Company I. Nation Guard of Haw
aii under Capt. J. N. K. Keola at
tended in a body, also iho Wailuku
Police marshalled by Capt. Wni. E.
The church was beautifully deeora
ted with mourning drapery, palms
and ferns and across the rostrum wer
the American and Hawaiian flags,
draped up with black and whito.ln the
center, over the pulpit, hung the
portrait of the dead i resident en
circled by a wreath. Miss Margaret
R. Nape, the organist, played
Chopin's Funeral March as an open
ing voluntary, and the service com
menced bjr the congregation singing
"Nearer, My God to Thee." At the
conclusion of the hymn, the Rev. J.
Nua (pastor) offered a prayer and
read a passage of Scripture, follow
ed by the choir singing, "I hear tiie
voice of Jesus say," and as the strains
of this beautiful hymn diad away the
Rev. J. Nua introduced the young
attorney Noa W.Aluli who delivered
the memorial address. Lack of space
prevent us giving this speech in lull.
It was a most eloquent laudation
of the dead President and a testimo
ny to the many virtues he had exhi
bited during his life. He said in part.
"Being the head of theipeople, he
was obliged to present himself in
Buffalo,New York to attend the Pan
American Exposition. Like all other
sight-seers, he no doubt landed there
light at heart, never for a moment
dreaming, that some one was sneak
ing around determined to take hip
life. He attended the different exer
eiscs, visited and inspected the
many departments. He delivered a
speech outlaying the policy of the
government, and, just at the time
when he would have reached the
zenith of his glory, when ho would
have been crowned not with a crown
of gold or a diadem of precious stones,
but with a wreath of popularity ami
respect, interwoven with love and
affection, he was shot aud fatally
wounded by an anarchist. And now
is left to us, the duty of paying res
pects to his memory, and to his wife
now lying prostrated from giief,
overburden with the weight of declin
ing years at the loss of a true hus
band, the loss of the faithful friend,
the only life-sustaining nurse during
all her twenty years of sickness.
Wo mourn the loss of a noble man,
aspiring only for the good of the peo
ple and the country.
We miss the presence of the cap
tain who, in all the trying moments
of international broils, always steer
ed the stately ship through.
We have lost a Mend; for during
his term, theso our isles wero taken
into the fold making us safe from
the other powers who would havet
as a matter of course, taken us.
If VVashingtou is bved because he
was the father of his country and his
deeds recorded in the annals of history
If Linooln is immortal as the eman
cipator, his biography known to all
and his monument, is not of stone or
other material wrought out and
sculptured by men, but by God Him
self) of images like unto Him
If Garfield is respected and his
name linked with that of Lincoln's
because he was shot by an assassin,
thlfn, bringing it down to concern
ii.sl to William McKinley, the man
he hour, belongs to the right
pect, if not love fron us,
William McKinley belor.;
be ours to
hisl biography should
loafa, his deeds on our lips, and
Itii1 days to come, these, our islands
sl,o uM prove to be valuable pearls
anc prosper ten-fold, bringing happi
ness to our Very doors, then with up
lift ng bauds shall V.'e or the coming
jrei eratiou proclaim and reverently
bpu.d; " 'Tis to Wil'iam McKinley the
2 1 tii President of the United Stares
wh died by the hands of an anar
chist that we are indebted to" aud
the, in recognition these, the Pai a
disolof the Pacific, the isles of the Sea,
willpe a fitting aud lasting snonu
merit to him."
Aldouble quartette rendered the
hymn which President McKinley
l'jvejt so well .' Lead, Kindly Light.,
Te Rev. Nua made the adtlress in
Hawaiian ana Attorney Vaeorge
IIonf iade a short bvX feeling ad
dress. The service throughout was
most impressive and the hymns wero
will rendered by the Choir.
The New Livery Stables.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Bismark Stables Co. Ltd. was
held at Lahnina last Monday and the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year. .
S. A. Bortfeld President
E. C. Bortfeld Vice President
F. Stark Treasurer
W. Henning Secretary
Vv. T. Robiuson Auditor
The same to constitute the board
directors. This company recently
purchased the old established livery
business in Wailuku formally carried
on by the late William Goodness. It
is the intention of tho Company to
tear down all the old Bismark build
ings and reet on the site a first
class modem boarding, feed and
Ever) thing is to be now a.id up to
date, and the establishment is to com
pare favorably with anything ou
A branch stable will bo opened in
Lahaina. Work will be commenced
immhdiately on the buildings. E. C.
Bortfeld will manage tho Wailuku
Miss Liudsay of Haiku is visiting
The new mill will be completed by
the first of next year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowrie and
Miss Clara Lowrie are expected
home eurlj' in November.
John Deco'.o, with a beaming coun
tenance tells of a twelve pound son
and heir that came to his house of
Spreckelsville mill will commence
grinding on Dec 1st. One month later
than expected. It is estimated that
the crop will be 27,000 tons.
G. L. Keeney and W. P. L. Bett
took a few days outing in the moun
tains this week visiting Kailua. Nat
13,'ack spent Sunday at Grove Ranch.
G. B. Henderson, George Sykes
and Joseph Mourin will play ball to
morrow in the M. A. A. team against
tho Morning Stars at Wells Park
A Memorial service in honor of
President McKinley' was nefd at
bpreckel's Hall on Thursday evening
Oct 3 Special music was sung and an
eloquaut memorial address given' by
W. F. Crockett. J
Two new pumps are to be erected
one for Spreckelsviile aud the other
for Paia plantations. Each pumps will
have a capacity of ten million gallons
and will be in operation in time for
next years crop.
L. R. Crook visited Wailuku Wed
nesday. Manager Pogue of Kihei was in
W. A. Bailey returned from Hono
lulu on Wednesday i
Mrs. T. B. Lyons ret imed on Wed
nesday's Claudiue front a visited to
John Decoto suyar boiler of
SpreckeiVviHo was in Wailuku ou
Wednesday as Sse claimant.
James KirklancT mauager of the
Kahului Store returned from his trip
to San Frauciseo on Vlesday.
Judge Win. A. Whiting of Homf u,u
is in Wailuku this week on busi6
connected with the Fire Claim Co:jr-
Ralph O. Yardley the celebrated
cartoonist of tho "Advertiser" I is
enjoying a vacation on Maui thw wei'
Harry Eldridga returned vest
day from Makawao where he l:ils
been surveying the Euos' proper t
H. A. Bigelow and Ralph O.Yanl
lc3' made ascent of Haieakala tn!
week. Antono do Keco went ay
MissF. Washburn of Hcno'.u'ti h.
is the otlicial stenographer at tlui
Fire Claims Commission Ctiurt. Mis
Wushburn is rsgistered at the 'Maui.
Hon No A. Kepoikai and F. J.
Testa arrived on the Claudino and
opened the Fire Claims Court prom
ptly at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing in the Wailuku Court Houso-
Mr. W. H. Field having kindly
consented to assume tho manage
ment of the Mai i News during the
illness of the Editor, he is hereby
authorized to collect and receipt fof
all accounts due to the Maui Mews,
G. B. ROBERTSON.
DECOTO At Spreckelsville, Oct. 3,
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. John Decoto
. The Bergstrorn Music Co ,
Ltd, of Honolulu,!1. H., wishes to
Mil. John R. Behgsthom
is the only man employed and
authorized by them to tune and
repair Pianos on the Island of
Signed J. W. Rergstrom, Mrg.
Notice To Creditors.
Tho undersigned, huviug boon duly appointed
Administrator of the Kstuto of Henry L. C'hntii
Into of Wailuku, Maul, dnocusod, hereby gives
not too to alt creditors of tho dcseanod, to pre
sent their clnlms, duly authenticated, Willi
proper vouchors, even if the smmo Is secured lv
mortgage upon real catatc, to him at htsofllccin
Wailuku, Maui, within six months from thedi.tc
hereof, or they wiil he forevor barred.
L. M. BALDWIN.
Administrator of the Estate of Henry L. C'baro.
Wailuku, Maul, September 11th, iwil.
WAILUKU, SATURDAY EVE.
Director Le Clair Zellexo.
Le Clair Zelleno, Interlocutor.
Billy Lawrence, Tanibo.
Will Jordan. Bones
Opening Chorus of Ragtime Chorusos
The Latest Mainland Success "Thf
House of too Much Trouble Chas.Snow
Comic Song "Oh Miss Phoebe"
Mr. Billy Lawrence.
Sentimental Song "Sing Me a Song
of the Sunny South" ,
Comic Song "Ise Got a While
Man a Working For Me."
Mr. W. Jordan.
Brown's Bucking Mule.
Overture Dolly Gray
A Few Moments with the Peerless
Thoroughly up-to-date. A display
of mavelous dexterity, surpassing
anthing heretofore known in the
field of Magic
Novel Unipue Original
Billy Lawrence will detain you for a
few moments. "Just because she
made those Goo Goo Eyes"
A Trip Around the World
' A Grand Collection
Of all parts of the World will be
thrown on a shield twenty feet squat e
By Jules Marcon.
In Comic, Sentimental and Descript
G. Hawkins The Popular Comedian
C. Clark In Alustrated Shngs
T2ie Doctor's Mistake
A farcical Conglomeration in One Act
Cast ok Characters:
Doctor Pupule L. C. Zelleno
Charlie Funnykiud Jules Maison
Jack liana Hunn Billy Lawrei.ee
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Hats and Shoes.
Pears Peaches, Plums
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A large consignment of
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