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Cotno to the danco at tlio IViudsor
Hotel toright, if it doiv't rain.
"Disappointed?" Then trv Paia
Plantat ion Btoro. No charge for R.
"Windsor Hotel" gimva jelly car
ried in stock by itodrtaucs and also
(tjv A. Enos.
Main street from Market to High
street is still boin;j -used as a race
trcak by reckless horsemen. Where
aro the police?
Try Hoffman & Vetlesen if you
cannot find what you want elsewhere
The most complete assortment of
goods in Wailuku.
There has been considerable talk
recently about arranging for .a prize
fight on Maui, but the idea has been
abandoned. Quite right.
The Ladies' Guild oC the Anglican
Church will hold a bazaar at the
Settlement Building, on tin evening
l- of Saturday, November 10, and not
on Nov. 23, as was reported.
A swarm of .bees have taken a suite
of rooms in the garret of the Maui
Hotel, and are' laying in a supply of
fresh honey for Managei Hagenkamp
who proposes to burglarize them
Cane planting, which was tempora
rily checked on account of the dry
weather has been resumed with vigor,
and about the usual acreage will be
put in, but will be harvested propor
Rev, E. W. Thwing has accepted
an invitation to occupy the pulpit of
the Paia Foreign Church at 11 a. m.
tomorrow for the purpose of deliver
ing a lecture on China from the mis
Heavy rains are reported at Ha
makua, and in fact all throughout
the parched regions of Hawnii. This
is checnug news no less oa account
of '(checking forest tires that of sav
ing starving cattle and horses.
On Monday morning a general
raibstorrj prevailed on Central Maui,
and it lias rained some every day j
since, with prospects for plenty more,
which proves a very grateful relief
from the last, eight n.onths of
Manuel Coelho, the Portuguese
who was convicted of Having stolen a
pig in Kula, was again arrested
last Sunday morning far stealing
$110 from Hans Amundsen, proprie
tor of the Maui Stables, and was
committed by Judge McKay for trial
at the December term.
While the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works was visiting Maui this
week, his attention was veiy forcibly
invited to tho condition of the road
between Wailuku aud Maalaea Bay,
and it is possible that means may be
provided to repair some of the worst
portion of the road. ,
A practice gamo of baso ball was
played at Wells Park last Sunday
afternoon, aud a regular gamo wi'l
be played tomorrow afternoon be
tween the Morning Stars and the
pick of the M. ' A. A. Quite a hot
"game will bo played, if tho rain does
Judge J. W. Kalua enter laired
Supt. B-yd and Deputy Campbell at
ian elaborate luau at his residence in
Tap Valley on Thursday afternoon.
A' large number of the prominent
cili;: :'.:? ot Wailuku vcre amor.;; Vw
iuri fed guests, and thu oco-.ULm
proved a very a delightful one.
Hanan & Sos
A so?t, easy Sit- i
tin durable shoe,
SOI V AGENTS,
Fathers Botmnftn and Mgevny
On Thursday evening last, Rev.
Marshall Boarman and Rev. Eugene
Ma gevney began a series of Mission
Services which will conclude on next
Tuesday. Tho first sermon of the
series was delivered on Thursday
evening by Father Mageyney to a
large audience, and was a forceful
and eloquent presentation of the
theme. "Violation, of God's Law." On
last evening Father Boarman deliv
ered an interesting elucidation of the
topic, "Confession of Sins." Tonight,
Father Magevney will speak on
"Eternal Punishment," and Father
Boarman topic for tomorrow (Sun-
flay) night's, will be "Wages of
Sins." Tho concluding sermon will
be delivered on Monday evening to
be followed by the Papal Benediction.
Every morning during the Mission,
at (5 and at 9, a. in., practical in
structions arc given on the Command-'
meuts and the daily duties of christ
ian life. In the afternoon, children
are instructed in their homo and
christian duties. Devotional at arti
cles are blessed daily after la.it
The reverent gentlemen leave
for Tliloon Tuesday, where they will
conduct a 10 days, mission, from Nov.
3 to Nov. 10. They will then visit the
volcano and other points of interest
on the big Island, returning to Ho
nolulu iu time to leave for their home
in Chicago about Nov. 13.
Disastrous Tunnel Accident nt
On Thursday morning at about 10:30
four Portuguese were running a tun
nel at the old Paia Plantation Well
and Pump, near the .sea-beach, when
the tunnel caved in, almost burying
the men. One of them escaped' with
but little injury. Antonio Freitas,
tho father of Joseph Freitas of
Sprockelsville was very seriously in
jured about the head and had one
rib broken, but is resting easily and
will recover. Auothcr Portuguese
was also seriously injured and taken
to the hospital, but will recover.
John Teelieira, the fourth man was
entirely covered by debris, and when
he Was released life was found to be
entirely extinct. Tho unfortunate
man Came from Portugal to Maui
about five years ago, and lias ever
since made his homo at Paia. He
leaves a wife, and a son about 10
years of ago.
Dedication of Chinise Mission
Tho result of sincere and persist
ent Christian missionary influence
and teaching on the Chinese residents
of Maui has crystalized into many
pretty forms, the most noteworthy of
which is a dainty but Commodious
church erected on the Settlement
grounds in the rear of the kinder
garten building, entirely by funds
subscribed by the Chinese them
selves, who exhibited a commendable
sense of personal pride in their de
sire to build their church without
financial aid from the outside.
The dedication exercises of the
Chir.e.-'o Mission Church will be held
oa Sunday, November 3, a 11, a. m.
Mr. T. .W. Dai..jii, SuperiLlu.Jeut of
Chinese Mission work, and Rov. Mr.
Tlilvirg, Assistant Superintendent
are c-xpectoii to arrive on Mac! -soon,
aa.1 wi.l both bo present at ll.o C-c-
h :: " J. A (Oldm; k.'V:! .:. !!
U extu.divl U all, io l o pre&c-ut.
Iii re. o '.;.-e to an urgent wirelo.-s
ir.c-s-;a;e sen: by Stipt. W. Y ih.i,
SupNjriuti-ndont ".f tho Wal'uku Water
Works, Sunt. Boyd, meompauicd by
Mr. Ca):".p!)!-li, arrived on the Clan
dine, to look into the dtiiuagc-J con
dition of the Wailuku re;-e,o'.r.
It is evident tounyore who exam
ines the la jury that '.ho vd'.ole
trouble lies iu tho fact that the
cement lining cf Hie reservoir was
defective, and that io amount of
patching or filling hi will euro the
defect. Tiie on! thing to be done L
to take out tin' present coat t ce
ment and put in' a coat that v ill
stand. There is no moi.ey iu the
trea.-airy for this purpose at parent.
Mr. Boyd ivas asked why :-.i;.i: cf tl e
surplus earnings of the Wjih-.ku .'v
Kahului Water Works could not be
applied to the purpose ami he replied
that red tain and the auditor's oHec
stood in thn way of prompt,-action.
The imperative need for immediate
repairs to the reservoir will, it is
hoped, lead to rarly means . beirg
adopted to re-cement the reservoir.
8HH KINROSS ASHORE. -
News' was received early this
morning that the Kinross, which left
Kahului yesterday for Kihei went on
a reef in Maalaea Bay last night,
with pilot Bob English on board.
Capt Murray, formerly of the "An-i
Hope" went over this morning to
take chargo of the wreck in tho in
terests of all concern. No particu
R. R. Berg, manager of Grinbaum,
and Mr. Willits an oil man, ware
passengers on Wednesday's Claudine
for liana. .
Mr. Geo. D. Schrader is rapidly
recovering from tho effects of his
recent injury, and will scon be able
to bo out again.
Mr. A. Enos writes fiom San
Francisco that his health is improv
ing, and that he hopes to be in Wai
luku again eariy iu November.
Judge KepoiUai found himself un
able to leave Maui as soon as ho had
expected, to resume his labors as
Fire Claims commissioner in Honolulu
Mr. Kawaihoa head Qslieuian Oi
A. N, Kepoikai and father to re
presentative S. Kawaihoa died sud
denly on Thursday afternoon Oct. 21,
1001, at Wailuku.
Mr. A. R. McLane, passenger
and freight agent at Paia, is spend
ing a few days in Makawao for relief
of a dangerously severe cold which
he contracted at Paia.
Mr. G. W. Carr, of tho U. S.
postal service to whom the Islands
are largely indebted for their pre
sent excellent mail route system,
spent several days in Wailuku this
week as the guest of tho Windsor
Surveyor James T. Taylor is run
ning out and readjusting a number
of old survey lines among the ranches
;ast of Haiku plantation, this week.
The Paia central Telephone Office
will be closed on Sunday to put in
a lightning arrester board. If you
re obliged to ring up Paia central,
however, ask for Paia Club House, or
Tain Yau, Makavo.
Mr. Chas. Lufkiu manager of the
National Bank of Wailuku, arrived
from the Coast on last Saturday's
Alameda, aad will probably reach
Maui on Wednesday. The' first of
November is slated as the day of
opening, but it is quite probable that
actual business will not begin until
tae arrival of the fixtures, books etc.
from the Coast, they having been
shipped on the Flint which left S. F.,
New Political Party.
The story prmted iu the Bulletin
relative to a new political party iu
Ililoistrueup to a certain point.
The IJawuiiuus of tins island, parti
cularly iu llilo, decided some lime a&o
to withdraw from the Homo Rule
party and affiliate with the Republi
cans, the attacks lot some of the
Honolulu papers upon some of tt.e
appointees of a Republican admim
btratio.j, however, put thorn at tea
a.id v. hat would have been increase
In the rar.ks of the .Rcp':b:ic.a putty
on Hawaii now forms a nucleus of a
secret pollcal . organization which
.viil tvonttioiiy lecenej r.u opj.orei.l
oi the lvvi:i.b;icaii party at U;e p.-!!.
L'p U lliive i;.-'i.;l.. ego' iiiLtn'is
were shaping t'u i:r e:i v.--..il Lut
the Ittterne;:'. . t he I. '.' in 1 iouriulu
u.w.i i.j-.; ....4 ., L.ua:-.-i
etuu. This II: l--1 -
that is t j lie re;.,ru'i.i
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NE1LL In V.'ai'.uke, Maui, Oct. -1,
ID'l.loMr. and ;lrs. J. A. Neiil, a
T. i), LYONS, P x
Jco Cold Bee r
always ;n i3Ar-;
First Ckss Wl-:es & Lienors
Mauxk-v Sv., (Adjoiiiin,:
WAILUKU LAHAINA STAGE,
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2.50 each person.
f. DO REGO & OO.
Iao Stables, Wailuki, Tkt,. V
LahaixaStahleh, LAitAi.NA.Tel 1K3
Tho Hcrgstrom Music Co ,
Ltel, of IIonolulu.T. II., wishes lo
Mi;. John 11. Beucstkom
is the only man employed and
authorised by them to tunc and
rej.nir Fianos on tho Island of
SigneelJ J. W. TJorgbtrom, Mrg.
Notice To Creditors.
The undersigned, having been duly appointed
Aduilni iratorof the Kslaloof H'snrj- U. Chaop
lt ot Watlut.u, Muut, lUvi-as, d, hi i-.-ly iti.o.s
ii'iiii-i! to nil oreilllor:.- of thu il;v aso.l, to p;v-H-nt
their cUilm'i, duly au;!it'!ilk'i'.'.'i1, with
proper vouelu-rK, even if the Kiiuao is Kectlred hy
miirt:,-ao upon reiil esttite, to him at hisoi.lee Iu
Wnlluku, T.IiuiI, within six niontlis from th'ednte
hereof, or th:-y w'.il be forever havred.
. . L. M. UAI..DW1M.
Adiiilnlstrator of tho Kstnte of Henry T.. CUa-e.
Wailuku, Mr.ul, Septuniher lllh, lWil.
YORK TONG of lvahului, Island of
Maui, having made an assisrnrr.cr.t of
all his property to me for the benefit
of all his Creditors, I hereby request
all persons having claims against
York Tong to present the sameto me,
duly aunhenticated. within six
months from date, or they will be
forever barred. All persons indebt
ed to York Tong aro hereby request
ed to make .immediate payment to
the Undersigned at the Stores of 11.
Hack fold & Co. Ltd., Honolulu.
Assignee of York Tong, Kahului, Maui
Kahului, Oct, Otli, 1001.
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
A new stock of Tweeds, Sei:uks,
and Scit Pattekxs
Clothes cleaned and
.... Send 75c fl.OO $1.25
or 61.50 Tor a niee Lo!x of Clioeolates
and confections, sent post or rrci;;M
free to any part of tne Islam's.
Mart & Co.? Ltd,
The Elite Teecream Parlor.
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Not Cn!y cnKcdaks, Ca:rcin"
and Supplies, tut en
PRINTING AND ,
tCMCLl'LL' lim Sli ilV CO. -
BOX 7C9. HONOLULU.
rviV'J. -5y TV -T -6. ')
Pearson & Potter Co.. Lt
Tel. Main 317. 526 Fcbt Street l-i o m vj i.'J .
S Ht, ?k th !.
t Haying Sold .off Old
Ms and Shoes.
I Notably California
at tiie riglit Price
Goods Delivered nt Wniluki'u Wailioe and Waikapu.
Ijieo. ,11. Dayies & Ct Im
Merchants and Commission Aento
HONOLULU, II. T.
WlHitgton Typewriters $50.0G
Concuer Typewriters 3-4ri5.0Q
JiOCHE UAK15011 LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
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tliundurstivulr to .oe r.ll ho thin.? 5 v.
r.: t.tock. fi o::i tho s weeded 1'H lo i ) A ! Y
r.::;:.-:d:: i;t PLUK I'LAHI OIL : i
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YJi rTh V"v 1 T? f
j. Shot Gun, Rifle and
have just received a
J fresh stock for the fall reason.
I WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Boat to any part oi the
Write for our latest prices, our prices aro
P. O. Qd: 734
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.and enlarged my store I ncrv ,
carry a nev- stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of .
Shoes and Underveai on
the way. from San Francisco. A
Of fresh groceries, including- '
fresh Diamond S. Jlains,
5?acon and Silves Lea?
Lard. Full line of fresh $
canned jsroods and fruits. '
Pears, Pe ches, Pi'jms f
and Tomatoes. .
Cali arsfi exunine my Stock.
Voa vi!l find fast v hat you want
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