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The Ladies' Guild Bazaar a week
No dence at J.he Windsor tonight;
Send your job work to tho News
Job Office. '
See Hoffman & yotlesen's new ad
0.1 this page. More truth than poetry
There is considerable sickness in
Wailuku at prpscnt, principle colds.
Plenty oE rain now for cano plant
! i, but almost too late to do much
The Waiwaiole residence on Vine
yard Street has been sold to Mr. W.
"Disappointed?" Then try Paia
Plantation Store. No charge for
R. R. freight.
Rev. W. Ault is a canon now, but
it is not believed that his Wailuku
congregatiou will "lire" him.
On and after November 15, the
new time table of tho Kahului Rail
road Company will go into effect, See
ad. pn first page,
Oyster cocktails have been intro
duced to tho drinking public at the
Aloha Saloon, and they possess the
double merit of ibeiug delicious and
It is probable that the injury to
tho Wailuku reservoir will prove less
serious uhaii at lirst reported, iaud
that it can be properly, repaired for
a few hundred dollars.
The luau at Kahumauu Church on
Saturday proved quite a financial
success, being largely attended not
on'y by Wailukans but also by many
visitors from the country.
The Kahikiaui Ranche Company
have sold out their retail butcher
business plant in Wailuku to Yeo
Tai, the Chinese butcher, who will
hereafter furnish Wailukans with
The Wailuku Mill started up this
week converting last year's prop of
molasses into sugar, and will pro
bably run steadily till the sji-iudiug
season commences sometime next
A series of luaus have .been given
by the members of the Kaahumanu
Church this week. On Tuesday the
Waikapu members led off, followed
by the Waiheo members on Wednes
day, the mauka Wailukans on Thurs
day aud the makai Wailukans on
The Wailuku Choral Society has
been organised wUhMr. P. E. Lamar
as president and leader, Mrss Tlun
vlagton as seevetavy, and amember
su;p o! about tweuiy. This will prove
u very desk-able social feature, as u
series of entertainments will shortly
be initiated at Alexander Hall.
See important notice in this
column of the Ladies,' Guild Ba;:aar
to be held at Alexander Hal!, Wai
luku, on Saturday evening, November
Hi. Special passenger tra'us will be
run on that evening' from Paia and
Spreckclsville to Wailuku, at ordi
nary passeuer rates.
Those having work for tho Ladies
Guild, will kindly forward jthe same
to Mrs. W. A. Mckay not later than
Wednesday, Nov, ll'.th. Candies should
Ua e,i.-f li:oo "V.-M-l ' .in ith Mro T-Tnvcnl-
Kl QIUU . '... u. J jw .
dan's not later than Friday Nov. 13th.
By order of the Committee.
A soft, easy Tit-.
tin durable shoe,
suited ?op (ill Mnds
Chinese Mission Church Dedicated
On last Sunday mornirg,in the pres
ence of a largo congregation, dedica
tion services were held at the Chi
nese Mission Church on the grounds
of tlie Settlement Build'ng.
Tli? ded'eation sermon was deliver
ed by Rev. E. W. Thwing, and Mr.
Frank Damon aud Rev. O. P. Emer
son gave very interesting addresses.
Rev. Teng Ah Ling also r.poke in
Chinese r.rd Hawaiian, r.nd the bene
diction was pronounced by Rev. Mr.
Taoaka. A very beautiful feature of
tl;s exercises was the singing of the
The following was the program of
the excrcises.Anthom, "The Lord is
my Shepherd;" Dedication Sermon,
Rev. G. W. Thwing; Hymn, "Nearer
my God to Thee;" Remarks in Chi
nese and Hawaiian, iRev Mr. Teng
Ah Ling; Song by Chinese girls,
"The Great Deliverer;" Doxology;
Benediction, Rev. Mr. Tanaka.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
On Thursday last, Halloween was
observed at Mr. Jas. Lindsay's, Haiku,
in regular old-fashioned Scotch style.
After au elegant dinner the guests
amused themselves with old time
Halloween games, including apple
grabbing, snapdragon, throwing
apple parings and experimenting
with tho more serious rites of the
evening, in which mirrors suspended ;
over pail3 of clear water took a prom
inent part. The evening's sport
concluded with the telling of ghost sto
ries. A t tho climax of one peculiar
ly gruesome story, a series of shrieks
or banshee wails were heard in the
shrubbery near tho house. The
frightened guests rushed out and to
their horror perceived a pale, lam
bent ghost in white drapery floating
in the air near the ground. A gentle
man present glanced round and mis
sed one of bright, pretty young ladies
of the party. Suspecting the identity
of tho ghost, he slipped around to the
rear of tho houso and soon appeared
in front draped in traditional white.
When ho appeared on the scene
ghost number one uttered a very
earthly and feminine scream, threw
off her ghostly garb and fled preci
pitately into the arms of her lady
friends in the house.
Miss Fern, Miss Agnes Lindsay
and Mrs. D. C. Lindsay went to Hon
olulu on Saturday, Miss Fern has
been for a long thuo in charge of the
Paia Hospital, and has gone to take
a well earned vacation.
A reservoir which will cover 75
acres is being built mauka of Hon.
H. P. Baldwin's residence, at an es
timated cost of $20,000. George Bald
win is in charge of the work.
A Pa'a Plantation teamster,
Manuel Coelho, was recently thrown
fi'om a harnessed horse, and becom
ing taoled in the harness, was
clvaprged for some distance and se
riously injured. He was taken to
the Paia Hospital.
Nat Black, the popular Sprcckels
vi'le post master, spent last week at
Mr. James Lindsay's, convalescing
irom the recent fracturo of h!s arm.
While there he kindly entertained the
school children at Hamakuapoko
and at Mr. Atwater's school at Pau
wela with music and recitations on
his ' gramophone, interspersed with
"great balls of fire."
Tony McLane. who is rusticating
at james Lindsay's, Haiku, is rapidly
A practice game of polo was play
ed at Sunnyside, Mak'.nvno, last
A regular meeting cf the West
Maui Teachers' Association was held
at the school house on Friday evening,
Nov. 1. The first two acts of the
"Merchant of Venice" were read in
a creditable manner. The names of
these takii.g part in the reading are
as follows: Mr, Henry Dickenson,
Mr. W. E. Reavis, Mr. E. H. Carle
ton, Mrs. I. M. Carleton, Miss Fanny
L. Barker, Miss Ann Z. Hartley, Miss
Rachel Hayselden, Mr. F -ed.Haysel
don, Miss Rowena Richardson, Mrs.
V,'m. L. Decoto, Mr. Wm. K. Hoopi!,
Miss Charlotte R Taylor, Miss L.
Auld, Mr. E. Campbell and Mr. J. P.
Looney. Tho next meeting of the
Association will take place on Nov.
15, when Acts II. and III. of the
Merchant of Venice may be expect
ed. Tho Japanese holiday was celebra
ted with no little enthusiasm in La
haina, The decorations aud feasting
were very attractive, and there was
a brilliant display of fireworks in the
evening. All Japanese store were
closed 'and tho Japanese laborers
were excused from work.
Sanitary conditions are improving
in Lahaina, and! there is very little
sickness at present.
A new gate has been placed at the
entrance of Lahaiua Hotel grounds.
Services were held on All Saints'
Day, at the Roman .Catholic Church
and the Anglican Church.
All Hal'ow's Eve was ceblcrated
very quietly i this town.
Mrs. France! Malo.iy, the artist,
enjoyed her vacation in Honolulu,
and is at homo again.
Mrs. Henry Dickenson ard Miss
Gannon visited friends in Wailuku
On Sunday, Oct. 27, a Sunday
school convention was held at Laha
inaluna Seminary. Speeches were
mr.de by Prof. W. E. Reavis, Judge
Kahaulelio and Judge Kahokuoluna.
There was a catechetical exe.'c'se,
and several musical selections were
reudered by the Lahainaluna stu
dents, Tho Superintendent of Public
Works visited Lahainaluna Seminary,
and spoke in the highest terms of
the bright future, which will increase
the advantages of the institution.
Mrs. Laura Scott of Olaa has been
the guest of Mrs. C. B. O'sen, for
Mr. George W. Carr, Assistant
Superintendent of the Railway Mail
Service, has been inspecting tho post
roads on the Island of Maui, and
found them in a very satisfactory
M. A. A's. Win the Broom,
The last of the series of games be
tween the M. A. A.'s and the Morning
Stars was concluded last Sundoy at
Wells Park before a large and en
thusiastic audience who witnessed
the second consecutive defeat of the
Morning Stars by a score of 12 to 7,
Parker pitching rn admirable game
striking out 13 of the heavy Morning
Stars batters and receiving excellent
support, whereas Jackson's infield
support was ragged.
Special mention should be made of
the all around work of Cummings and
spectacular catches by Pickard at
1st and Keliinoi in L. F.
1st. Inning. Hall hit to center
for two bases advanced to 3rd on
Rosecrans out to 1st and scored on
Cummlngs hit to 3rd. Cummiugs
scored on Cornwall's hit to 3rd and
Bailey out on 1st, Parker out on pop
fly. 2 runs.
Jackson struck out, J. Garcia hit
safe, stole second and scored oniMey
er's hit through 2nd, Pahia and A.
Garc'a stiuck out. 1 ni.
2nd Inniog. The M. A. A.'s went
out fa 1, 2, 3 ordc. F'ckurd ;hii to
3rd si'."e on Ya.s eiror, we.it to 2nd
on wild ilnow by !' kei1 scored on
Bailey's teesc i',o-M:'. biop ot Ki-ue-
ger's li'i.. Ross went to 1st on balls
T. Kvuejjer s'uuek ou , Jrckscn hit
to short out at Isf, J. Garcia il'ew out
to Rosecrans. 1 run.
3" d I::n'ng. Hall hit to right field
thrown out on 2nd, Rosecrans went
to 1st on balls stole second and scor
ed on Cuuinrngs safe hit. Cumnnngs
stole 2nd and 3rd and scored on Bat
lcy.s out to 1st, Corn well reaching
1st on error of short stop and forced
out at 2nd on Parker's hit toj short.
Meyer hit for two sacks, reached
3rd on Bailey's eivor of Pahia's hit
to 2 ad and scored on A. Garcia's hit
to left. Pickard struck out, N
Kruege:- flew out to Hu'l and Ross
was strvc : out, 1 run.
4th Ir.ii'ng. Crook got 1st on balls
stole 2nd. Yates out to N. Krueger,
and L'eliiuoi to A. Garcia, Hall to J.
T. I.i'ueer out at 1st, Jackson hit
safe, J. Garcia flow out to Keliinoi,
Meyer to Keli'-ioi. Jackson left on
2nd. No runs.
5th Inning. Rosecrans out on 1st
Cummlngs l it safe stole 2nd and
scored on sa'e hit by Bailey. Bailey
caught out at 2nd, aud Parker was
SiirucK out. 1 run.
Both Pahia and A, Garcia fanned
the air three times. Pickard hit safe
and stoic 2nd, Krueger out at 1st,
Gth Inning. Crook out at 1st, Yates
safe on error of A, Garcia. Stole 2nd,
scored on Keliinoi's out at 1st and
Hall was out at 1st. 1 run.
Ross struck out, T. Krueger base
on balls Jackson flow out to Corn well
J. Garcia hit for 2 bases scoring T.
Krueger, Garcia advanced to 3rd
scored oa Meyer's hit to 2nd, Pahia
struck out. 2 runs.
7th Inning. Cumtnings hit safe,
Bailey safe to center. Cummiugs
scored on Coruwell's scratch hit to
3rd, Parker bit through 3rd on er
ror of Jrd Baseman.Bailey and Corn'
well scoring. Crook out at l?t and
Yates hit safe scoring Parker, Kelii
noi hit safe scoring Yates, Hall flew
out to Pickard, Rosecrans ffew out
to Meyer. 5 runs.
A. Garcia flew out to Yates, Pick
ard flew out to Parker and JN. Krue
ger hit to short but was thrown out
at 2nd later, on a bad throw by Cum
mings aud an elegant bounce stop by
Bailey. No runs.
8th Inniutr. Rosecrans hit to 3rd
and safe on Ross' fumble. Cummlngs
out at 1st, Bailey flew out to Krue
ger, Lornwell hit sate scoring Rose
crans,Cornwell stole 2nd but was left
ou Parker's out to Pahia. 1 run.
Ross ana Krueger were struck out
and Jackson out at 1st, No runs,
Oth Inning, Crook flew out to Mey
er Yates to Pickard. Keliinoi hit
safe but was left on Hall's out at 1st.
J. Garcia hit sa'e through 1st,
Meyer fanned the air, J. Garcia stole
2nd, Pahia hit to Yates J. Garcia
scoring. A. Garcia safe on Yates
error later scoring on wild throw,
Pickard flew out to Crook.
M. A. A. T. R, B.H. P.O. A E
Hajirf 0 1 2 10 0
Rosecrans S3. 5 2 1 1 3 1
Cummiugs o. 5 4 3 13 2 1
Bailey 2b.... 5 1 1 12 0
Cornwoll cf ' 5 1 2 10 0
Parker p 5 1 0 1 2 0
Crook lb 5 0 0 7 0 0
Yates 3b. ... 5 2 1 2 11
Keliinoi If ... 5 0 2 0 0 0
Total 12 13 27 "9 4
M. Stars T. R. B.H. P.O. A E
Jackson p. . . 5 0 1 0 2 0
J. Garcia 2b. 5 3 2 5 3 1
Meyer rf . . . . 5 1 1 10 0
Pahia c 5 0 0 4 1 1
A. Garcia 2b 5 1 1 15 5
Pickard lb. .51 1 13 0 0
N.Kruegercf4 0 0 1 0 0
Ross 3b 4 0 0 1 0 5
T. Krueger If. 4 1 0 0 0 0
Total 7 6 27 11 12
Two-base hits Hall, Cprnwell, J.
Stolen bases Kosecrans, Cum
miugs (3), Cornwell, Crook, Yates,
J. Garcia (2), Pickard
Base ou balls By Parker 1; by
Struck out By Parker Id; by
Wild pitches By Parker 1.
Left ou bases M. A. A. 7; Mourr
ing Stars 8.
Umpu-es Cottrell antt bhrader.
WATSON At Wailuku, Maui, II. T.
on Nov. 4, 1901, Teresa, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Watson, aged 5 months.
kNG & GO,
Ice Cream Parlor3
THREE LLEHANT ROOMS, 25 cants a LikK
ONE ROOM, . 10 cants a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars. Frch
Goods received everv wee!.. S:jecii 1
courtesies to ladies aud gentlemen.
On December 1st I will open an
office for general business at tho
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. U. DICKEY.
.... Send 7.jc 1.00 $1.25
or 1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent 1'ost or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
Hart'& Co., Ltd.
The Elite Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu, TT. T.
T. B. LYONS, Pijop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Market 't., (Adjoining old Mea
Pearson & Potter Co.,
Tel. Main 317.. 926 Fort Stfiset Hsmuj.j. P. O. Box 734
Having Sold off Old
Hats and Shoes.
Pears, Pec-i es, Plums
Call f;n.l examples vtv "iock.
You v.iil H rJ fast wYai you want
at the riiirt Price
"Goods Delivered at Wailukj. Wniheo ar.d Waikapu.
Mice Bird tglf
MAIL ORDER Deparfmsnt a specially. Box 572
Do you know wo fc.-i.vo O.UM jes, Aj''LEs an I Ncts,
House Shoss. and Nail, and H ges and D'JTTs?
A beautiful IlAnNEss, ffoin twelve and a' half?
tfy An elegant Shoe Ltxk, in
Then, don't you forget it!
Do yon know we keep Filters, Hammocks r.n.l Huns,
And all you can think of in Notions and Dkcgs?
Steel Stoves and Oil Stoves, with Ovex? a ul Pots.
Of Due.ss Goods and Caxxed Goods we also hive lots,
An-1, don't you forget it!
Hacks between WAILUKU auu
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2.50 each person.
n. DO R EGO cfe OO.
Iao Stabi.es, Wailuki-, Tel. 13.
Lahaina Stammis, Lahaina, Tel 1S3
Shot Gun, Rifle and
Wc have just tcccived a large
:'.ei.h stc-k for the fall reason.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Boat to any pa-1 vi Jm3
f Write for our latest pi ic 3, our prices aro
And enlarged my store I now
carry a neAv stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes nnd Underwear on
tho way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
Bacon and Silver Lea?
Full lino of fresh
crouied jotxi i and fruits.
Goods, Car;H&e j:
Km and in Cat.f;;
VIOON SING. .
C)i-. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
A new stock of Tweeds, Seugeb,
and St rr Patterns ,
Clothes cleaned anci .