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Continuous showery v;eathor has
prevailed on central Maui this week
"Disappointed?" Then try Taia
Plantation Store. No charge for
R. R. f reieht. ' . .
If you cannot find what you want
elsewhercgo to Hoffman & Vetle-
sen's and get it.
Don't miss the Grand Luau at
Kaahumanu Church this afternoon.
The cause is a good one.
If you want your" mail orders to
reach the Maui Soda & Ice Works,
address them to KAHULUI, MAUI,
and not to Wailuku.
Now that rainy weather has set in
every owner of a piece of land should
set out a few mango, fig, avocado
pear and papaya trees.
There will bo no Saturday night
trains hereafter, as'it is found that
the travel is not sufficient to justify
Saturday evcuing train service.
If you need a stove, remember
that the Kahului Store has a car
load of high class stoves, which they
sell og cheap as at any store on Maui.
A human skeleton, supposed to be
that of a Japanese, was found not far
from the big ditch, near Peahi, this
week. Dep. Sheriff Sam Kalama is
investigating the matter.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Maui Athletic Association is to be held
at the Wailuku Court House on next
Monday evening, and a full attend
ance is particularly desired.
Do not overlook ;tho Paia Store ad.
on the first page. Ring up Fm and
ask for prices, and you probably give
an ordar, .especially as the store
pays the freiuht to Wailuku Depot.
Tho moonlight dance at the Wind
sor on last Saturday evening proved
tho most successful one yet given.
They will be cortincud fortnightly
as usual, the date for the next one
being Saturday evening, November 9.
A return game of base ball is to be
played at Wells Park tomorrow
afternoon between the same teams
that played last Sunday afternoon,;
and a swift game may be expected,
as both teams will be on their mettle.
Last Saturday morning, Mr. A. J.
Lyon lost a ladies' satchel containing
a purse, a gold watch and other va
luables, between Maalaea Bay and
Wailuku. A reward of $13 is offered
for its return to the Maui Hotel,
NOTICE. The gentleman who by
mistake carried away a lineu duster
from the dressing room at the Wind
sor Hotel hop, last Saturday evening
will kindly return the tame to the
owner Mr. John Walsh of tho Kahu
The potatoes on Maui, especially
the far famed Kula potatoes, are
Btill seriously affected with blight,
and Professor Sedgewick has been
detailed to spend some time in the
affected district, for the purpose of
discovering a remedy for the blight.
Repairs have been made on tnc
reservoir of the Wailuku water
works so that it can be filled hallf full
without dauger. As it is possible to
attach the pipes below the reservoir
to the water mains leading to the re
servoir, a constant supply of water
can be had without using the reservoir
except in rainy weather, when the
stream above the head of tho main
pipe is muddy. .
A soft, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
mm SHOE STOHE
fiasiaii & Son
National Bank of VVniluku, ,
Mr. Chas. D. Lufkin, manager of
of tho National Bank of Vailuku
camo over on Wednesday's Churiinc
to arrange preliminaries l'.r opening
the bunk. The "Flint," with the fix
tures for the bank on boiird, is now
due, and as soon as they con be
landed and put in pine-.; Hie bank will
open for the transaction of business.
It is hoped and believed l!ir t by the
lpth inst. the bank will bo ready
to open its doors.
Yesterday morning. Mr. Lufkin re
ceived from Washington the Treas
urer's receipt for the bonds which
are required to bo deposited on issu
ing treasury notes. It will take about
forty days for the plates from which
tho notes are pri.ited to be engraved,
so that the notes will probably reach
here on or before the first of January.
Among the fixtures to arrive on.
tho Flint is an 8,000 lb. safe which
contains a chrome steel coin chest
rendering in it practically burglar
Laities Guild Bazaar.
On Saturday, November the
Ladies Guild of the Anglican Church
at Wailuku will hold a bazaar at the
Settlement building, for the purpose
of raising funds in aid of the Church.
For several months the ladies of the
Guild have been busily engaged in
preparing fancy and useful articles
for the different booths, of which
there will bo five, as follows; the
Turkish Booth, the Flower and Candy
Bootn, the Fancy Work Booth, the
Fortune Telling Booth, and the Re
freshment Booth besides several oth
er novel features, and also games and
special entertainment for the amuse
ment of the children.
The bazaar will begin at seven, p.
m. and will only last for one evening
Arrangement will probably bo made
to run a special train from Paia
and Speckelsville on that evening.
Wailuku Steadily Growing.
The Bismark Stables Co.are erect
ing a large, fine livery stable on their
recently acquired property. The
dimensions of the building are 70 feet
in width by 165 in depth, with a span
of 49 feet. It is being substantially
built and will be roofed with corruga
ted iron. The present office and ad
joining rooms will bo moved to the
rear of Attorney Geoi'ge Hons' law
office, and tho main buildiug will be
built flush with the street, with a
The entrance will remain whero it
is now, and the hack stand and exit
will bo on the makai side of the office
and harness room, which will bo builr
on the site of the present office. All
of the trees aud shrubbery, including
the handsome and historijal bougan-
villa, so long a landmark of the old
Bismark Stables, are to be cut
away. When completed, auuku
can for the first time boast pf an up-
to-date livery stable. Carpenter
Chas. Crowell has the contract for
the erection of tho building, which is
already well under way, and will be
ready for occupancy soon.
Contractor Burlem has a force of
men at work this week on tho new
block of stores being erected by Mr.
A. J. Rodrigucs on tho corner of
Main and South Market streets. The
stores on this block will face mauka
on South Market, so as to avoid the
dust raised by the trade winds, The
frame work aud rafters are up, and
a very good idea can , bo formed of
what the building will look like when
completed. The building will be two
stories in height, with three stores
on tup iwt ffoor. and twelve rooms
up sudrs. ight foot verandas will be
built n the Main street and on the
Market street front, both up and
down stairs. The dimensions of the
building are 48 feet oa Main street
and 0"! on South Murl;ot.
The Chinese are still putting up
new buildings on Market street, gen
erally hai:dsorn3 two-story struct
ures, to replace tho shacks which
have so long been a disgrace to that
part of Uie town. A portion of tin-
Aluli property on the makai side of
Marlret si reel has been cleared of
the fc'i-ici's which umbered it, and a
handsome building will coon be erect
ed in their stead. There is no doubt
but that, immediately upon the re
turn of Mr. A. Enos from the Coast
other important improvement will be
inaugurated on Market street.
The Kahului Railroad Co. have
erec ted ar. elegant cottage near the
Wailuku Depot, for the use of Jlr.
Weller. station agent. Two bed
rooms, wide verandas, bath rooms,
clothes ilosets, etc. go to make it an
ideal bachelor den. it is elaborate
ly finished and presents a very hand
some jfcud attractive appearance
both Irvni without ana witnm.
Mr. and Mrs. 04 ,fAt Hornet"?'
, On Tuesday evening last.' Mr. and
Mrs. Ogg gave a delightful "At
Home," in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Lyon, who are visiting Wailuku.
A largo number of;guests were
present and tho event was one of
thoso dainty little social successes
which characterize new Wailuku. A
profusion of ferns, flowers and Chi
nese lanterns combined to produce a
charming effect, which was heighten
ed by the soft strains of the Waihec
quintette band and vocal and instru
mental music by tho guesis.
At ten o'clock a light but elegant
lunch was served, and dancing was
the order of the evening, making the
hours seem aH too short to the guests,
who reluctantly bade goodnight to
the hosts and guests of honor at the
arrival of tho "wee sma' hours aneut
That "Kinross" Fake.
On last Saturday morning, just
the News was going to press, Capt.
G. W. Murray, formerly of tho "An-
liope" but as present of the "Kin
ross," drove up to the ofiice of the
Ncwh, called tho editor out, and told
him that on the previous night the
'Kinross" had gone on a rock
in Maalaea Bay,and that he, to quote
his own words, "had been sent over
by Alexander & Baldwin to take
charge of the wreck in tho interests
of all concerned." Upon being
questioned further, he stated that
Pilot Bob English was on board the
"Kinross" at time of the' wreck.
In corroboration of his statement, he
pointed to his. luggage in the hack
and explained that he was taking it
over with him. Thereupon he got
in the hack and drove off at once in
tho direction of Maalaea Bay. Con
sidering the statement as semi-official,
coming from the source it did,
no further effort was made to verify
it, and the item was published.
As a matter of fact, the "Kinross"
never went on a rock, and at the
time the item was published, the
vessel was lyiug serenely at anchor
It is now up to Captain Murray
to explain his part in the matter,
for it is a very serious thing to cause
the insertion of fakes of this class in
M. A. A's. Win the Broom.
On last Sunday afternoon, a high
class game of base ball was put up
at WelU Park between the Morning
Stars and a picked team of M. A. A's.
Three runs in the second inning
and one in the fifth was the score of
the Stars, and two runs in the seven
th and three iu the ninth were chalk
ed up for the M. A. A's., giving them
the game by one run. The Stars
had the game in their pockets until
the ninth inning, when pitcher Jack
son becair rattled and' went clear
off his form, letting tho M. A. A.'s
come in easy. But it was a good
game, and well worth seeing from
start to finish. Catcher Cummings
of the M. A. A.'s played tho game
of his lite, putting up an errorless
record behir.d tho bat.
The line-up was as follows:
MORNING STARS M. A. A.
J. Garcia Parker
A. Garcia Bailev
Nichols G . B. Henderson
Krueger i Kcliino:
Score 4 to F.
2 B. H. Hall.
Struck Out, by Thompson 11, by
Cmuires Cottrell nr.d Schrader.
Tho Chinese Mission Chm-ch, was
erected by funds subscribed by friends
of Mission work, and by the Chinese.
C. L. TUP.NEU.
Pi in. Chinese Mission.
Market Street, opp. alooo,
WAILUKU, " MAUI
I Neat Fit Guaranteed
Rev. W. Ault, who accompanied
Bishop Willis 10 San Francisco,
reached Honolulu on Wednesday.
Mr. A. J. Lyon, representing
some very rare and valuable publi
cations, is doing largo business on
P. E. Lamar, who is handling
reservoir work on contract for tie
Kihei plantation, spent several days
in Wailuku this weeek.
Mr. W. Webster, who is on Maui
in the interests of the directory for
1902. left for Hana on Wednesday,
and returned today.
Attorney Jas' L. Coke has leased
the old tax office building adjoining
the Wailuku school, and is having it
fitted up for a law ollice.
Daniel Freitas, of Catton & Neil,
Honolulu, came over on Wednesday's
Claudine to visit his father, Antonio
Freitas, who was injured by a cave
in at Paia last week.
Mr. A. R. McLane, station agent
at Paia, has so far recovered frouv
his attack of influenza that he was,
able to visit Wailuku last Saturday
night and join in tho festivities of
Mr. Marion Diggs is on Maui, plac
ing stock of the Pacific Uniou Oil
Co.of which J. H. Fisher & Co.of Ho
nolulu are agents, aud will probably
remain here a week longer. See ad.
on second page.
V. A. Vetlesen has been appoint
ed postmaster at Wailuku, to succed1
Mr. T. B. Lyons.J This appointment1
will give very general satisfaction,
as Mr. Vetlesen is quite competent
to fill the position.
C. E. Quest, manager of Milliken
Bros., came over this week to have
the structural work done by his
company at Puunenc Mill accepted
by the owners. Everything is quite
satisfactory, and nothing remains
save to draw a check to cover tho
Hugh Howell, formerly govern
ment surveyor at Hana, but at
present of Howell & Higby, Honolulu,
caire over to Maui this week to run
out pipe lines and fence surveys for
tho Kahikinui Ranche, and also to
look after other engineering pro
positions whic.i ho has under way on
Maui. He will be here for auother
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at the
Makai Ewa corner of King and
Bethel streets, Honolulu down stairs.
All business of whatever nature
intrusted to me by my Maui neigh
bors will be promptly attended to.
C. H. DICKEY.
YORK TONG of Kahului, Island of
Maui, having made an assignment of
all his property to me for the benefit
of all his Creditor, I hereby request
all persons having claims against
York Tong to present the sameto mo,
duly aunhenticatcd. within six
months from date, or they will be
forever barred. All persons, indebt
ed to York Tong are hereby request
ed to make immediate payment to
tho Undersigned at the Store of H.
Hackfeld & Co'.' Ltd., Honolulu.
Assignee of York Tong, Kahului, Maui
Kahului, Oct. 9th. 1901.
.... Send T.ric i-l.liO 1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, scat post or frc-iiiht
free to auy part of tho Islunrs.
Hnrt & Co., Ltd.
TLe Elite Ic?cream I'urlof.
Honolulu. H. T.
T. B. LYONS, Puop.
Ice Cpld Oeejr
ALWAYS ON HAND
First C!a3 Wines & Liquors
Mabkft St., (Adjoining old Meat
S--t-'9 -k. -S -fc. )
Pearson & Potter Co9 Ltd
Tel. Main 317. 926 Fort Stazst HsmJ'-ulu. P. O. Box 734
3 & I
t Having Sold off Old
Bats and Shoes,
I Notably- California
Pears, Pe oftes, Plums ?
Cal! and examine my Stock.
You will find just what you want
. at tho right Price J
Goods Delivered at Wailuku, Waihee and Waikapu. a
'Thsrc arc more things in
H than upc tlreampt of in your
Thus it is with our Stare. You will simply ba
thunderstruck to ee nil tho things we carry in
stock, ffora the sweetest littlo BAIJY SHOE to a
magnificent BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE with
OVEN, not to men4 ion our elegant four and six hola
STOVES and RANGES tint will lasl. you a lifetime.
Rre Bird ite
WHITMAN & GO
MAIL ORDER Beparinient a specialty. Cox 512
I!acl;s between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, f'2.50 cai li person.
Ft. DO I C CCO c2 OO.
Iao Staih.es, Wii.fKr, Tel. 13.
Laiiaina Stajli:s, LAUAi.NA,Tel 183
Shot Gun, Rifle and
Wc have ij'ust received a large
fresh stock for the fall reason.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Boat to any part of the
Write for our latest prices, our prices ore
And enlarged my store I now
carry a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes and Underwear on
tho way from San Francisco,
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S, Hams,
Bacon and Silver Lea?
Lard. Full line of fresh
canned goods and fruits. 0
Heaven autl Earth, Horatio, j
Philoaophy." - - Siiakspsre.
Cur. of Market and Ka'.ua Avenue.
A no v stock of Tweeds, Sskoes,
and S'"it Patterns-
Clothes cleaned and.