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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, October 12, 1901, Image 3',
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Henry Dickenson, Notary Public
. Dance, at tlje Windsor Hotel to
night. Ico cream.
Dr, J, II. Raymond and family will
movo to Ulupalakua shortly to reside
Call at Rodrifrues' Store and ask
for a "lass Of "Windsor Hotel"
fiiiava Jelly. Ilome-mado and absc
Mr. T. II. Lyons opened his new
Saloon on Market Street lust Satur
day with a luau and every body hud
a royal good time.
Those who received statements of
their accounts with the Maci ir,v,
by recent mail, are respectfully re
quested to forward the amount due
at once. .
An entertainment was given at
Wailuku. school house last Saturday
evening by the Zelleno Miestrel Co.
. The company will perform in Lahaina
tonight and Monday.
Rev Dr. Weymouth of Lahainu
held divino service at the Anglican
Church, Wailuku, last Sunday. Dr.
Weymouth will hold another service
at Wailuku October 27.
T'utf Hilo Photo. Co., Hilo do the
best developing and printing on the
Islands. They offer special prices to
peoplo from Maui. Best work and
quick delivery guaranteed. Mail
them your films. !
Fire at Spreckelsville ran through
about twenty-five acres of cane -last
Saturday night. The fire was checked
by the prompt action taken, and the
scientific methods used by Mr. C. D.
Baldwin, the assistant manager,
and what might have bocu a disas
trous cane fire was arrested.
Ah Lee, a Chinese cook from Camp
5 Spreckelsville riding it horse fur
iously down Main street about 8
o'clock last Saturday evening ran
, full tilt into a hack coming slowly up
the street.The Chinaman was throw.-,
and badly cut about the head. Dr.
"Weddick had him sent to the hospital.
He will recover.
Mr. Wm. G. Scott, manager for
Macfarlane & Co. moves into his new
residence next week. It is located
on the new extension of Market
street, opposite the Settlement
buildings, and is an attractive ad
dition to the many pretty homes of
Wailuku. Mr. W. 1. Bull was the
designer and builder.
Antono do Rego, manager of the
do Rego and coinpany,s livery
stables, returned from Honolulu this
week. In the city he purchased two
rubber tire phaetons and one rubber
tire surrey for the Lahaina stables; 1
surrey and 1 phaeton for tho Kahu
lui stable, and 2 phaetons for the
lao stables, Wailuku. He also left a
$1000.00 order for new horses to be
shipped to him as soon a3 possible.
Mr. W. R. Patterson has complet
ed his contract with tho II. C. & S.
Co. and has moved to Paia tot reside
permanently. Mr. Patterson built the'
brick and mason work at the Spi cck
j?Uvillo New Mill, the most extensive
work of the kind ever' done on ti e
Island. Mr. Patterson is now pre
pared to furnish sketches at d
estimates for new work. Bids ! on
Etono, brick and mason work a
A soft, eapy iit
ting durable shoe,
suited .or a'.! kinds
lianan & Sen
5MAi A. and Morning Stops.
The baseball game played at WpIN
Fark, Wailuku, on Svndny afur
noon was, the most exciting ever
played on Maui. The game was be
tween picked men from tho Mwi
Athletic Association and the Muni,
ing Stars and resulted in a tic. A
large, concourse of Wailuku ;n:d
Spreckelsville people watched U.,
The line-up was ns follows:
MORNING STARS M. A.
J. Garcia Welsh
:V. Garcia .McKinney
Right i iei.d.
Nichols G. B.Henderson
Score 6 to 6.
2 B. H. Hall, McKinney and Meyer
3B. H. Kruger.
Double play Kruger to Piekard
Jackson struck out 13 men in 12
Black (5 men for 8 innings and
Cummings 7 men in 4 innings.
Pass balls Pahia 3 Cornwell 2.
Hall missed a good fly in 9 innings.
Svkes was struck out 5 times.
T1 i.. .
auo guuiu wus is. innings ana no
runs scored in last 5; W. T. Robinson
and Wm .Edmunds acted as umpires.
ine unfortunate accident to Nat
Black in the 8th innings casta gloom
over the latter part of the game
and for a time it was almost decided
to abandon !he game until the players
learned that he was resting easy at
the Windsor Hotel.
Willie Bal to the Rescue.
For some weeks past Mr. R. A.
Wadsworth, proprietor of tho Maui
Soda & Ice Works, has been in pili-
da for water owing to tho prevailing
drought. Mr. Wadsworth has been
getting his supply from a well
on the premises,- which from time to
time, had to be sunk until it was
down to a depth of 28 feet, and as far
as the machinery could pump it up.
Monday, tho water giving out altc
gether the plant had to shut down.
Mr. Wadsworth called W. E.
Bal, Si pcrintendent of the Wailuku
Water Works to tho rescue to connect
the Ice Works with tho Water Works
In eight hours Bal had tho connect
ion made, vain' turned on and in
working order. -This U a bit of re
cord break imr rino launir. Tho
work was'dono by Bal and two men.
He reduced the pipe from 2 in. to J
in., made connections, tapped and laid
27,000 feet of pipe in tho time'
A FatcJ Runaway.
Conua, a JjpanessVas killed in a
runaway accident hist Saturday
afternoon. IT a was driving a spirited
horse hitched to a light vehicle
through Wailuku, when just in front
of the City Market on Market Street,
the horse took "f'-iyiit and ran madly
down the street, towards Main. The
horse could not make the turn at
fie intersecting street and dashed
into the fence in "root of the Kinder
garten. Tho suddenness of the col
lision threw the Jap several feet in
tho air and he cam? down on his haad
Di" John Wed'iick was soon at the
seeno of the cccidont and found the
Jap uncoiibious and badly cut about
the head. The injured man was taken
to his liouae where he diud a few
hours afterwards of concussion of
New Lnliains Hotel.
The Pioneer Hotel Company, Ltd.
io the IUU..0 of the corporation which
owns tho new hotel now nesrly com
pk :.ed at Lihahui. It is to be fir.it
ela ;-s in every
rant, iiiK;iut'ii parlors, barber hliop
s.ud everything necessary for the
comfort of it j patrons. The capital
stick of tli -:o nnany is $7,I00.
J.J. NoWvoniB, President; J. A.
Bortfe'.d, Vice President; A. Aal
bi rg, Secretary; P. Nicklas is Treas
urer. The hotel will be open at an
early date under the management of
Mr. Geo. Ficeland.
Mr. 8'cOlt Thrown From" allorsc
Mr. Leslis Scott", head bookkeeper
of Jvihci Plantation wa3 thrown from
a horse last Sunday dfternoon.nt Kn
hului, and broko his wrist. Mr. Scott
was riding a high spirited black horse
belonging to Mr. W. H. Cornwell Ji
I'ortunDtely the accident was to the
left arm, andwe understand that Mr
Scott was attending to his duties on
Monday, as if nothing had happened
;mk )t being the plantation pay day,
roU oT all the men with one arm in a
Accident At BhII Game.
Ar. Nat Blick, the popular
Sprcckelsvilic assistant postmaster
met with a serious accident whilst
playing in Sunday's ball game at
W-lla Park Wailuku. Mr. Black was
in fine form and had pitched a beauti
tul gamo for the M. A. A.'s up to the
eighth inning, only four hits being
made o!T his pitching. Ho had just
put out two men, and delivered the
second ball to the third man at the
bat with such force that it fractured
i he. bono of his right arm between
mo cioow ana snouiuer. we are
glad to annouce that Mr. Black will
suffer no permanent injury from the
nccidcnt, and that ho is already on
uuly at the oflice again.
Ahont 2:30 a. m. last Sunday murn-
ins, Mrs. Christopher Olseri was
aroused bv a sound, which was an
iarcuiiv causea Dy tno closing of a
door. Sho thought that some of the
children were ill, and Mr. Olsen arose
and went to the children's room. He
found them sleeping quietly, and
came back. Soon after. Mrs. Olsen
I'.eai cl a noise which sounded liko the
moving of the Japanese nortieres
i'akiug a light, Mr. Olsen again made
investigations; and at first passed
by the ljiutLui intruder, who had dis
turbed the househould. Drawing the
portiere aside, Mr. Olsen discovered
a young man, exclaimed ''You ras
cal," struck him, and pulled down
tho portiere upon him. The caudle
fell, at the same moment, but Mr.
Olsen identified the unwelcome visitor
as Moke Pr.nui, a Lahainaluha stu
dent. In the confusion which follow
ed. Panui escaped through a window
and Mr. Olseri telephoned to Chiel
Lindsay. On Sunday afternoon Pa
nui was arrested and sent to jail. On
TuesJay morning a charge of vagran
cy wus withdrawn, but the prisoner
was held for further examination on
a more serious charge.
The first meeting of the Lahaina
Teachers' Association was held on
Friday evening, Oct, 4. Mr. E. H.
Carleton pressed, and Miss Annie
Hadfry was chosen Secretary. A
commit lec consisting of Messrs W.
E. Reavis and Henry Dickenson w;;s
appointed to prepare the program
for the next meeting on Oct IS, and
to mako arrangements for subse
The Lahaina Kindergarten is in a
very prosperous condition. The teach
ers are as follows: Misses Fannv
Laury Darker, Charlotte Rosle Tay
lor and Mary Ellen Napacpao. Mis-s
Barker has been a successful teach
er in Chicago and elsewhere.
Henry Dickenson read the
sen i :e at the Anglican Cnurch,
Sur.dav, Oct. 7.
Tho Salvation Army officer, who
has held occasional set vices here for
feral weeks, will scon be t rar.fr r-
red to Kauai.
On Fri lay evening, Oct. 4, Mrs,
Fred. H. llnyscklen gave a clihl
ful party at her residence. The deco
rations werct very attractive, a
largo number of young people enjoy
ed the fostivilitks until a late hour,
and refreshments were serve .1.
Manager BarMia.isen visited the
plantations at Wail-iku and Spreek
elsville last week.
For many years Luhaiur has hern
sadly in need of a hotel; but the two
public houses, now far toward pom-
plcetion, wi.l s'ttn supply this defi
ciency, ine now biiiiUing on the Jlc-
Cann estate will have sewn or ei;;M
rooms. Willi r.e! -'hborin' cotta,rcs.
the Lahaina If il! will 'nave about 1 f
lodging rooms, a pleasent liking
room, and other apartments.
George Free'and. formerly of Port
land, Ore., will' be manager of the
hotel near T.ahair.a wharf. This estab
lishment will Ik- owned by a company
which includes prominent business
men in this town'. The location will
bo very convenient for transient
VALPOON At Kahului, Maul, Oct.
4th, imil, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Vnlpoon, a daughter.
I WH1 not be responsible for nnv
debts contracted by my wife after
MIGUEL PA RES A.
Oct. 12th, 1!-01.
Tho Bergstrom Music Co ,
Ltd, of IJonolulu.T. II., wishes to
Mr. Joiix H. Beugstuom
is the only man eniTiloyed and
authorised by them to tunc mid
repair Fianos on the Islttnd of
Signed J. W. Bergstrom, Mrg
Notice To Creditors.
Tho undcrstsnetl. hnvlue boon diilv nmmlienl
Admlulstratorof tlic Estate of Hcmrv L. t'h::m
ltstis of Wnilulm, Mnul, ilrcousixl, hereby given
notice to nil oredltors of the desensed. to hit
:out their claims, dtilv nuthentionted. with
Droner vouchers, even if thn Riimfl Ih Hpenr...t hv
morti?nireunniireiil pMtnte. tn htm nt hlannw-.. in
tvuiitiRti, wnut, within six months from the date.
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
1. M. 11 AT.T1VVIV ,
Administrator of the Estate of Henry T.. Cha. ej
waiiuiiu, .iiuii, eptemnor nta, iviy.
mo ON SING.
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
A new stock of Tweeds, Serge.-,
and Scjtt Patterns
Clothes cleaned and
PKACTfCAL ARCHITECT and Bl'FLPEE
Sketches & Estimates
Furnsihed Or. Short Notice
Bids oai cH
rdgs lo all Points ol
tlawGil, Lanai and Ors!iU
can nov hz forwarded by
Tventy cents per word
Central Station for Run? at
'.i'..-:ti'.y , r
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 317
Having Sold (off Old Stock
Eats and Shoes.
j Complete Assortment
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wtiihee and Waikcpu
Tbeo. Si. pav
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, II. T.
Wellington Typewriters $60,00
Ccncver Typevirjtsrs . .ipS.CO
ROVME HARlKUi LIMI5
Ci A N" POWDEH
CAPS AiS'D FUSE
, ors iiLJ., Fort ft.,
.IISG STREET, IIDNOLULU
Gur.c, Sportin j Goods, Car;rl?.;,
Cics Bird f?mJy''- :- t
HAIL ORrER Department a specialty. Box 512
Shot Gun, Rifle and
f Vc have just received a large
J fresh stock for the f?.!l resson.
J WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Beat to any part o; tliQ
Write for our latest pric?:-;, our prices aro
' eye openers.
92S Fprt Sr.irtir H?n j.j.i. P. O. Bit 764
carry a new stuck of (
Lndies Dress Goods
A large consignment of 4
Shoes antl Underwear on
the way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
acon and Silver Lpai Q
Lard. Full liqc qi fsh
cnedoocls and fruits.
Pears, PcKC??es, Plums f
.$and Tomtittres. j
Call end exa;niiia siiy Stock.
Vol will find ikii v hat you want $
at the rfcfa Price !
SES & U. LTD
Kiop; Y-vir Cinilx-s 1.1 Sh:p?,
S.vves Tim ? aa-l L ':jc,
LAltTE SK TS 'o ii'jrisi i;
0 P.mts ll:nv,'er, - Slii'lf br,
l'J Cirni Mil V'jlv 'S, I Clo-et Lv.it .
Pacific Cycle Ci Mfe Co. Ltd.
Honolisin, f C. tot 7i'
SO! P. AGENTS.
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