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First class job work at the News
' office. Send in your orders.
Call at Itodrigues' Store for a glasa
or "Windsor rioter guava jelly.
Moonlight dance at the Windsor
next Saturday night, October 20.
A. Enos' carries in stock Windsor
Hotel" pure, homemade guava jelly,
J-'.IIolTman & Vetlescn arc reaching
out for business. Call and look over
Immense catches of fish arc being
made at Kahului, a $350 haul having
been made on Wednesday.
No rain on Maui yet. Tha length
of tho present dry spell is something
new,even to tho "oldest inhabitant."
Mr. W. G. Scott, cf Maofarlane &
Co., Wailuku. moved into his new
houso on South Market Street this
Base ball at Wells Park tomorrow
aftcrcoou between the hitherto
iurincible Morning Stars and a pick
, A crack has appeared in the'
cement of the Wailuku reservoir,
which is leaking freely, rendering
immediate repairs necessary.
Tho tax oflice is comfortably in
stalled in the building opposite the
Windsor, and the bank will soon
materialize iu the adjoining rooms.
The new saloon on Market Street
has been named "The Aloha" Under
the ownership of Mr. Lyons and the
personal management of Jack Neill,
,a prosperous business is being done.
A ?300 reward is being offered
for the arrest and conviction of the
person, who has been setting fire to
the cane on the Puuneno Plantation.
A grand luau is to be given at
Kaahumuuu Church, Wailuku, at
noon, Saturday, November 2, for
the purpose of raising funds to repair
the church. ' This is a worthy cause,
and should be liberally patronized.
R. A. Wadsworth of the Maui
Soda & Icq Works wants it distintly
understood that his post oflice in
Kahului and not Wailuku. Custom
ers are requested to make note of
this as orders mailed to Wailuku
are delayed in reaching him.
Johnny Jones of Mcluerny's Shoe
Storo the 'leading 6hoo house of
Honolulu, came over on the Maui
on Thursday night, and will return to
Honolulu tonight. This shoe house
will soon move into their Lew quar
ters in the Mclntyre Buiidiog.
The Kahului Railroad Co. aunounce
their intention to lay off the Satur
night pass engers trains after Octo
ber 2. It is hoped, that the re
sumption of the Windsor Hotel hops
will at 1 east justify u fortnightly Sa
turday evening passenger traiu ser
vice. The distinguished missionaries, Rev
Marshall Boarman and Rev. Eugene
A. Magevney will visit Maui next
week and commeuoo a series of ser
vices on Thursday evening, October
21. They are bqth brilliant rreu and
. will doubtless be much enjoyed by
the people ot wauuKu. a
Nita a celebrated Japanese jug
gler and conjurer, will give an enter
tainment at the skating rink tonight,
assisted by Mr. and Mrs Me Kinney,
""ami also by the Waihco Quartett
Club, under tho management of V
Heins of Snockelsville. According to
all reports this will not be a fake, but
a very good show.
Hanan & Son
A soft, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
SOI E AGENTS,
Cha'uicey B. Miles has returned from
ITana, and expects to spend a few
weeks in Kaalualu, Island of Hawaii,
fie has recently sold one or two of
Ins horses. y'
Rev. E. Tokimasa, the Japanese
pastor, has been qnito successful iu
his mission work among the Japan
ese in L;ih ni n a, during the past year.
Carpenters arc busily engaged in the
eousl ruction of his new church. It
will bo a two etory building with
plenty of room .'or the present needs
of the mission. On the samp lot, a
cottage will be built for a parsCne.
The entire expense is estimated at
$1,5(11), and a considerable portion of
the money has nlreadj been collect
ed. Both buildings will probably be
completed beforo Christmas.
Mr. George W. Hayselden has
beeu elected synodsman, to repre
sent tho Church of the Holy Inno
cents at tho next Diocesan Synod,
which will bo held in Honolulu, dur
ing the first week in December.
A Japanese infant died of croup,
ou Tuesday evening. There aro a
number of cases of sickness in town
ust now, and the doctors are busy.
Mrs. F. H. Hayselden has return
ed from Honolulu.
A memorial service was held at
tho native Church last Sunday. Ap
propriate remarks were made by
Judge Noa Kahokuoluna, Judge Kaj
haulelio, D. K. Kahaulelio and two of
the school teachers. Resolutions to
bo sent to Mrs. McKinley were pre
pared by a committee consisting of
Judge Kahokuoluna, Rev. A. Pali,
D. K. Kahaulelio, Rev. M. Lutera
and A. P. Kaieikini. Four beauti
ful selections were sung by the stu
dents of Lahainaluna Seminary.
Weekly Budget of Accidents.
On last Sunday afternoon Ah
Youiiy,a prominent Chinese merchant
of the Chong Yuen Co., Kahului, in
company with his book-keeper was
out driving in a brake which upset,
throwing Ah Young out on his head
which was deeply gashed by the fall.
He remained unconscious for some
time, but finally revived and is re
covering. On Monday afternoon, Asaoka a
brak-iman on the passenger train
attempted to jump on the cow
catcher of the engine, while it was
switching at Kahului, but his foot
slipped and he fell under tho engine
which passed over one leg, bruising
the other one badly, also, and nas-
singover both bands. He was carried
to Malulani Hospital. On Wednes
day afternoon his condition has be
come so precarious that amputation
of the wounded leg was tho only al
ternative. This was done, but he
could not survive tho shock and died
On Monday evening, Mr. Schradcr
of Shrader's Hotel, fell from the
steps of the rear porch, dislocating
both wrists and severely lacerating
his left car. His side was also in
jured, and he will spend some days
On Tuesday, Avhilo Hon. IP P.
Baldwin was drjviug from lhunaku
apouo to Spreckelsvillc, his norso
stumbled and fell, pitching M'r.fBald-
win head first under the horse's
eels. Fortunately he escaped with
nothing worse than a pair of broken
spectacles and a scratched face
Ou neduesuav. Mr. w. il. iietU-
with was thrown from his horse
dislocating one of his thumbs.
WaiJu!:u Teaciicrs Mcst:n.
The lii-st mcetii g of the touchers
of the Vi'iiiiuliu district was held hi
the school-house on Monday, the 14th
There were twelve, teachers pre
sent, and the following program was
carried out:. 1. Reproduction of
Story, by class of 2nd Grade children,
Mr, Jiosecrans; 2rPaper, "The
value of Reproductions" Mr. Coke;
3. Discussion, "liov'Stall we get
children to do independent reading,"
Miss Rogers, Mjss Woog Kong,
Miss Nape, Miss Malono.'i)d Mr.
Kauhimuhu; 4. General JJjscus
siou, 1st Chapter of "McMuiray's
General MethousJ" Leader, MrH.
McKay. v,.j '
The next niee'tintf will be held ph
the 2nd Monday in November, In the
Wailuku school-house, and the pro
grain will bo as follows: 1. Roll call
to be answered by quotation from
each member; 2. Development of a
story, by a class of children Trom
Wailuku School, Mr. Coke; 3. Out
line of music to be given in tho first
year, "How to teach and what,"
Miss Nape; 4.T-Gererar Discussion,
"What can k!) dono along industrial
lines;" 5. (Questions-on 2nd Chapter
of MeMurrnys General Method,"
Windsor Hotel Dance.
On last Satnurday evening, the
Windsor Hotel gave its regular
fortnightly dance which was tho
most successful dance of the series.
These dances are increasing in pop
ularity, and will be given regulariy
every fortnight. The next one will
be ou October 2U, about the time
of the full moon.
f ,.i - PcronaI Mention.
Attorney Tahies L, Cokp loaves for
Honolulu' cm tonig'l'Vs ClaUdiuo.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Lcrio, leave
the Coait on October 24. for M?ui!
Harold Hayselden, of tho David
Lawrence Cigar Co. is on Maui this
Mr. A. McKibbin and Mrs. Dow.
sett returned to Maui on Wednesday's
Claudine, from a three mouth'e trip
to the Coast.
Marion Diggs, the son of David
Diggs a wealthy rancher of Yolo
County, California, is registered at
the Maui Hotel.
A. W. Dow, of E. O. Hall & Co.,
and A. Stadtlaendor, of II. Ilackfeld
& Co. have beou selling up Maui for
the last ten days, and left for Hono
lulu last night.
Attorney George Hons made a
flying trip to Honolulu this week,
leaving here on Monday night'
Mauna Loa and returning on Weds
ncsday morning's Claudine.
Mr. Georgo B. Schrader, of Wall
Nichols Co. , Honolulu, came over on
Thursday night to attend at th,o
bedside of his father who was injured
by a fall during the early part of
VI.UA SMiTH At the residence of
M. P. Waiwaiole iu Wailuku, Oct.
12, 1901, by the Rev. J. Nua, Wil
liam C. Vida to Annie K. Smith,
both of Honolulu.
BALDWIN At Hamakuapoko,
Maui, Octobor 16, 11)01, Leslie
Alexander Baldwin, son of H. A.
Baldwin. Age, three years and
Alcha Lodge, No. 3.
A regular meeting will bo held on
Saturday, October 1!, 1901, at 8 p.
in. Work in the amplified third. AH
visiting brothers cordially invited.
P. J. Wheeler,
K. R. & S.
Roman CiithoHc Church, Waiiulvu
A mission will be given in St. An
thony's Church by the eloquent and
distinguished Missionaries Rev. Mai
shall Boaruman and Rev. Eugene A.
Magerncy. The mission will begin
Thursday ne:t,Oetober 24,nt 7 P. M.
Come aud bring ull your friends.
Fr. Libert Boeynaeijia.
YORK TONG of Kahului, Island of
Maui, having made an assignment of
all l is property tn me fcr the benefit
of all his Creditors, I hereby reipuvt
all persons having claims against
York Toiig to present the samcto me,
duly aunhonticated. .within
months from dale, or they will be
forever barred. Ail persons indebt
ed to York Tong arc hereby request
ed to make immediate payment to
tho Undersigned at the Store of II.
Hackfeld & Co. Ltd., Honolulu.
Assignee Of York Toug, Kahului, Maui
Kahului, Oct. 9th. 1901.
T. B. LYONS, Piiop.
Io3 Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Market St.1, (Adjoining old Meat
WAILUKU, '- MAUI.
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2. 50 each person.
I. DO REGO & OO.
Lvn Stam.e, Wailuki:, Tel. 1?.
Laiiai.na Stahi.es, Laiiaina.TcI 18:5
The llorgstrom Music Co.,
Ltd, of Honolulu,!1. II., wishes to
Mu. John K. Bergstrom
is the only man employed and
authorized by them to tuno aud
fetteir Pianos on tha Island of
Signed j, y, .jRorjstrpm, Mrg.
Notice To Creditors- y-"-
Tho undersigned, having boon duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate of Henry L. Chase
late, of Wailuku, Maui, deceased, hereby gives
notice to all creditors of tho descascd, to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated, with
proper vouchers, even if the same is Recured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at his oflice in
Wailuku, Maui, within six months from the date
hereof, or they wiil be forever barred.
L. M. UALDWIN.
Admluistrator of the Estate of Henry L. Cbaso.
Wailuku, Maui, Suptember 11th, tuol.
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Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
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Clothes cleaned and
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j t'.jon are drepnirt oi' in your Ph!!i H3;''.ij-."- Vikspctre. c
tliurdorst ruck to soo ;ill .tlio t nine's vu t iny in
f.toek, from tl.o sweetest 1'tMo lliby S!':o to a
magnificent Dire FTur.c O'.l Stove with Oven, mt
to mer.Mon oiu cU-gant fuur ar.d six hole Sto.-os and
Knngcs tlmt will last you a liMimo.
Shot Gun, Rifle and
We have ju:c received a large
fresh stock for the fall rea:cn.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Goat to any ?irt oi tho
Write for our latest prices, our prices arc
Ami tnlivrged my stores I now
darry a new .stock of
IrdlJes' Dress Goods
A larKC-oMKJgTiraent of
Shoes ana Underwear on
tho way froni Sa'tiIi'rancisco.
Of f j-csh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Ham;
Bacon and Silver Leaf f
Lrnid. Full line of fresh
earned goods and fruits.' 0
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