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"Windsor Hotel" guava jelly at
. Warm days and quite cool nights
in.Wailuku tl.is week.
Watch out for the rhonogcuphio
Eatertaiamcnt at the Pain Store.
so daneo at the Windsor Hotel to
liijjht; the circus has "right of way."
Manuel Dutro has resigned his po
sition as manager of the Iao Stables.
See new ad of Paia Store this week.
Lots of fresh French candies and
The citizens of Wailuku should soon
meet and organize, because there are
several matters which require united
and immediate action.
. The ladies of Paia and Makawao
held a bazaar at Paia Hall last even
ing which was very successful and
largely atteuded. Particulars next
Thd Bismark Stables Co. have
built a largo livery stable in the rear
of Matt McCann's Saloon at Lahaina.
It is built on the same plan as the
Wailuku stable of the same company,
Save that it is not so large, and the
office is located outside the main
' A large force of men are at work
on the road between Wailuku and
Maalaea Bay this week. Heavy
culverts are being put in the large
washouts and the smaller ones' are
being filled in. It will take some
days yet to put the road in proper
Rodrigues' Block on the corner
, of Main and South Market is about
"completed, and will soo'n be rertdy for
occupancy. The block presents a
very handsome appearauce, and is
'being adorned by large and tasteful
signs, both on the Main and Market
- Dr. Thomas of the Boston Concert
Co. writes that his company will
certainly be he be here on Saturday,
Nov. 30, just a week from today, and
will give concerts on Saturday.
evening Nov. 30 and on Mcfnday
evening Dec. 2. They will be in La
haina on Dec. 4 and 5.
Attorney George Hons has receiv
ed a letter from Gov. Dole stating
that A. N. Kepoikal, W. T. Robinson,
W. H. Cornwell, Geo. Hons and
Judge Kalua havo been appointed
. a committee to solicit funds in Wai
luku, Waikapu and Waihee- for the
McKinley monument fund.
Bernard & Co.s Circus, after play
ing to large houses at Lahaina on
Saturday,. Monday and Tuesday
evenings, came to Wailuku on Wed
nesday and opened on Thursday
evening. They will probably go to
Spreckelsvillij and lVia Dext week.
Although not a large aggregation,
they give a very entertaining show.
At a meeting of the directors of
Tho First National Bank of Wailuku,
recently held in Honolulu, it was
determined to formally open the bank
'on or before Monday, Dec. 2. At this
. moetiuir. Mr. Chas. Cook resigned
the presidency of the bank, and Mr.
W. J. Lowrie of Spreckelsville was
elected to succeed him. Mr. J. B.
' Atherton also resigned as vice pre
: sident, and Mr. W. T. Robiuson of
'Wailuku was elected vice president.
These changes were made to place
the management of the bank more
directly in tho hands of residents of
A soft easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
SOI E AGENT'
The Lntlies' Guild Bazaar.
A blaze of lights, brilliant booths
loaded with elegant and beautiful
fancy work and decorations, plenty of
pretty girls, a large crowd of finan
ciers, sweet strains of music and lots
of good things to eat combined to
make the Ladies' Guild Bazaar a
social and financial a success far be
yond the most sanguine hopes of the
ladies who have worked so long and
so hard to make a success of it.
The fancy work booth, presided
over by Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Marshal,
Mrs! Taylor and Mrs. Culbert was
perhaps tho most beautiful feature
of the Bazaar.
In a cosy corner two charming
Turkish maidens, Miss Nancy Cum
mings and Miss Clara LoWrie, pre
sided over the wierdly beautiful
Turkish booth and sold loads of
Miss Northern, assisted by Mrs.
Ogg presided at tho candy booth and
they were kept busy all the evening,
selling till there was nothing left
The Gypsy tent was a favorite re
treat, and the two charming little
Gypsies, Miss Mollie Cummings and
Miss Mollie King, assisted by Misi
Lizzie Rogers reaped a harvest of
silver coins from love sick swains who
longed to pry into the future. For
a wonder, the stars were favorable,
and the fortunes they told were all
The refreshment committee) pre
sided over by Mrs. Weddick, Mrs.
Hagenkamp, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs.
Hansen and Mrs. Robertson were
kept busy the whole evening, only
stopping when tho ice cream, cake,
coffee and sandwiches were pau.
The grab bag, in chargo of Miss
Huntington and Mr. C. B. Wells did
The fact that Miss Nap'6 was in
charge of the musical programme
was a guarantee that something
good might be expected) and wnh
the assistance of Mr. Geo. D. Schrad
er, Miss Huntington, Miss Clara
Lowrie, Rev. Mr. Ault, Mr. J. Gar1-
cia, Mr. P. E. Lamar, Mr. Geo. W.
Maxwell, Mr. John Kawai and oth
ers, a delightful programme was pre
sented. Mr. Norton, a machinist of
the Honolulu Iron Works, who" is at
present at the Puur.ene Mill startled
aud delighted the audience with some
high class music on the piano.
The receipts of the evening were
about $500, and Mrs. McKay, the
chairwoman of tho Work Basket
committee, has quite an amount of
very handsome fancy work left over
which the ladies wish to dispose of as
Christmas presents. The work can
be seen at her residence.
Wailuku has just reason to feel
proud of the genuine success of the
Bazaar, for it marks an important
milestoue in healthy advance of our
Maui Teachers Association.
The annual meeting of the Maui
Teachers' Association will bo held at
Maunaolu Seminary on November 29,
the day after Thanksgiving. These
meetings are. usually very interest
ing and instructive, and are largely
attended by the teachers of Maui.
All others interested in the education
of the children of Maui should try to
bo present, and meet the teachers
The meeting for this year will be
up to the usual standard, if one may
judge by the subjoined programme:
1. Instrumental Music-, Mis Nape
2. Roll Call, Response by Quotations
3. President's Opening Address,
' Mr. Reavis.
4. Technical English for our Schools
' ' Mr. Coke.
5. Story TeWug Miss Flcmmlng.
6. Industrial Training in Common
Schools, Mr. Copeland.
7. The Teacher's Relation to his
Community, Miss Malone,
8. Music; Miss Nape,
9. Correlation of Studies, Mr. Hardy
10. How to teach Astronomy in our
Schools, Mr; Baldwin.
11. Music in Public Schools
12. Teaching tho Use' of . Reference
Book Si Mr. Looney.
13.--Hiiw to Induce childr'ch to read
Mr. Kepohakiinohewa, Mrs. McKay
Mrs. Sabey, Miss Eva Shiith
A CARD OF THANKS;
The members ot The Ladies' Guih
Iu connection with the Episcopal
church in, Wailuku, Maul, (kslre to
offer their host thank's to the public
who were Very kind In assisting
them with their bazaar.
About a year ago, the News had
occasion to say of Lahaina, "it ex
tends for miles along a beautiful sand
beach, nestling under mango trees
and cocoanut palms, awaiting the
magic kiss of Prince Progress."
Today, erect and quiverinsr with
life and beauty Lahaina stands proud
ly by her golden sea sands, her brow
begemmed with the tiara of progress
and her children exultant with the
growth that marks the past year of
Under the management of Mr. L.
Barckhausen,the Pionner Plantation
is coming to the front again, and has
a future before it,-a near future too,
far and away beyond what it has
ever achieved in tho past: Pioneer
Plantation stock,like that of most of
the plantations on tho Islands, has
reached a ridiculously low figure,
and there is not a safer speculative
investment to be found on the Islands
today than Pioneer Plantation sugar
Lahaina now boasts two new and
up-to-date hotels. Matt. McCanh
has just finished and moved into his
new hosterie, and is not able to handle
All the travel at present, consequent
ly he is compelled to turn away
guests this week. The Pioneer Hotel
is practically completed and. under
tho management of Mr. Freeland,
will be thrown open for the reception
of guests about December 1.
There is a plethora of saloons in
Lahaina and now that a man can
get a drink wheuever and almost
wherever he wants it, the people
seem to care less about gettiug
drunk, judging from the fact that
there have been fewer arrest? for
drunkenness in Lahaina during the
past month than for any Iprevious
month this year. Matt. McCanns
saloon is by far the most elegantly
fitted up place in town. John Rich-J
ardson runs the "Ka Maile," with
genial and popular Bob Carlile as
chief mixologist. Further up the
street.Senator William White's "Ka
lei Nani," presided over by Mr. D.
K. -Kahaulelio crTers refreshment to
the weary traveller., A hotel liquor
license has been granted to the Pio
The people of Lahaina seldom
walk if a hack can be had, aud the
result is that there are a number of
livery stables. The Bismark Stables
Co have about completed a large
and handsome stable in the rear of
McCann's saloon, aud hav'o received
a number of new and elegant rigs.
A fine class of hack horses is being
purchased and will soon be in use.
This stable should do a good business.
A. do Rego, the mail contractor
between Wailuku and Lahaina, has
a well stocked stable in Lahaiua,
and has heretofore done the bulk of
of tho hack business. Okamura, a
Japanese, also has a well stocked
stable and does a paying business.
The Anglican Church has for some
time needed a new fence, and last
week, Mrs, , F. H. Hayselden and
Mrs. Henry Dickenson went out on a
collecting tour, soon raising about
$100, end now the church is sur
rounded bv a new and elegant fence.
The hew Wahikola Pumping Sta
tion has been in operation for the
past two months. Tho machinery
which drives the pump consists of
two powerful compound engines of
over r50 horse powerj capable of
pumping ten million gallons of water
every 24 hours. Only one of the en
gines is running at present, but both
will be in operation soon, The engine
and boilor rooms Will be lighted with
two arc and twenty-two indandes
cent electric lights. Mr. C. Bosse,
former engineer at Kaanapali, will
be in Charge of the' pumping station
At the regular meeting of the
West Maut Teachers' Association, on
Nov. !5t Acts II. and HI. of the
"Merchant of Venice" were read. It
is proposed to soon Ve"fcder tho entire
The circus was well' "p-tlended on
Saturday, Monday anil Tuesday
The native church has granted
Rev. A. Pali a vacation for three
months, or until his health, improves;.
A purse of 3G0 has beeu presented
to him., . ,
L'ah'if r.a has developed a Iullficdg-.
ed toe who' tli-angs tVeliar with a
skilled'touch,' but we paid spot cash
for that mutton, just the same.
Bernard &Go.s Circus
And on Monday Evening,
At FAI A (Fernandes' Store)
Wednesday, Nov. 27 and Thursday,
- In the Circuit Court ot the Second Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate. At Chambers.
In the mutter of the Estate ot
RolloT. Wilbur nlnJH
late of Kumalo, Moloknt,' Before Judge
Order of Notice of Petlttbn for Allowance of
On reading and filing the petition and ac
counts of Roland T. Wilbur, Admlnlktrator of
the above entitled Estate, wherein he charges
himself with tl,07M0, and asks that the same
may be examined and approved, and that a final
order may be made of distribution of the pro
perty remaining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him and his
sureties from all further responsibility as such
It is ordered', that Monday, the 30th day of
December, A. D. iwil t 10 o'clock A. M. before
tho Judge ot said Court at the Court Hnom of
said Court at Wailuku, Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is uppuinted as the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Accounts
and tnat nil persons interested may then and
thore appear and show cause, if any they huve,
why the same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are entitled to tho
Dated at Wailuku, this 20th day of Noveaber
By tho Court:
tSeal JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Mortgagee's Notice Of
In accordance with the provisions
of a certain mortgage made by Young
Nap of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, doing business
under the firm name of YOUNG HOP
CHAN mortgagor aud Ed.HofTschae-
ger & Co.of the same piace.mortgagee
dated May 5th, 1S9G, recorded in Li
ber 1G0 at pages 351 and 355, notice
is hereby given that the undersigned
assignee of said mortgage intends to
foreclose the same- for condition
broken, to-wit nou-payment of prin
Notice is likewise given that three
weeks from and after the date of this
notice the property conveyed by said
mortgage will be duly advertised for
Hoffschaeger Company, Ltd.
Robt. F. Lange
Hoolaha flooko Moraki.
I kulike ai me nahoakaka o kekal I
moraki i hanaia e Young Nap o Ho
nolulu, JiokupunI o Oahu, Teritori o
Hawaii, e hana ana malaloo ka inoa
o Young Hop Chan, mea moraki, a
me Ed. Hdffschlaeger tt Co., oia wahi
hook ah i no, mea i moraki &ku ai,
hanaia ma k a la 5 o Mel, kopeia
ma ka Buke o ke Aupuni, helu 1G0,
aoao 354 ame 353, ke hoikeia aku nei
i ke akca 6 ka tnea malalo iho, ka
mea Ihoolild hou ia aku ai keia mora
ki, e hooko ana oia l keia moraki no
na kumu uhaiia, oia hoi: uku oleia
o ke kumupaa.
Ke hoike pu ia aku nei he ekolu
pule niuhope aku o keia la o keia hoo
laha, e hoolahaia ia aku no ke kuai o
ka walwai I hoakakaia ma keia mo
Hoffschlaeger Company, Ltd.
Uobt. T. Lange
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
i - -
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will tfo into effect
on and after December 1st, 1001
Information in regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at tho office of the Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
C. L. WIGHT,
' ;' J
fiS , :' "
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 317. 926 Fort Street Hsnjlulu. P. O. Box 704
Having Sold off Old Stotk
Hats and Shoes
Pears, Peaches, Plums
Call mi examine iny Stock.
Yo i will find just wTut yau want
at the right Price
Goods Delivered at Vailuku Waihee and Waikapu.
WHITMAN & CO.
KING STREET, HONOLULU
PdWd2f iWillii Ware
Sewing harden Ifc
Machines (wMMW) La
MAIL ORDER Department a specialty. Bdx 572
Do you know w; hWe Ouanges, Apples and Nuts,
House Shoes, and Nails, and IlixGEfi and Butts?
A beautiful Harness, from twelve and a half?
An elegant Snoz Line, in Kid and in Calf?
Then, don't you forget it!
Do yon know wo keep Filters, Hammocks and Rugs,
And all you can thiuk of iu Notions and Drugs?
Steel Stoves and Oil Stoves, with Ovens and Pots.
Of Dress Goods and Canned Goods wo also have lots,
And, don't you forget it! .
Jij And, don't you
1 HOFFMAN &
Hacks between VA I LU K U a'.d
LAHAINA, two or three pnsser
gers, fc:.u0 each person.
A. DO REGO A OO.
Iao Stablk, Wah tki', Tel. YA.
LauaiN'aSta hub, La(IAi.na,Tc1
Shot Gun, Rifle and
We have just received a large
fresh stock for the fall reason.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by any Boat to any part of tho
Write for our latest prices, our prices are
And enlarged rny store I noTV
carry a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods
A large consignment of
Shoes and Underwear on
the 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.
wpoff' jvsv Cleanabi
forget it! ife
MOON SI INC.
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
Y AIL UKU, MAUI.
A new stock r f Tweed--, Serges
. and Si. it Patterns . :
1 Clothes. cleaned and