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'" , You will want candy at Xtnas let
I'aia htoi'Q Know m time.
Nolo the new ad. of Hoffman &
Vetlesen in this issue.
The Boston Concert Co. at Wai
luku school house tonight and Mon
Shipping matters are quite dull at
Kaliului, the harbor being bare of
vessels this week.
The regular rpeeting of the Ladies'
Guild of Wailuku will be held at the
Windsor Hotel next Friday after
noon, Dec. 6.
Bernard &C0.8 Circus did a large
fc business both in Wailuku and 1'ain,
and the show deserved the patronage
Thanksgiving was generally ob
served in Wailuku, and many gob
blers were offered as sacrifices to
, patriotic appetites.
i Next Wednesday, the December
term of the Circuit Court will con
vene at Laliaina, and a large number
of Wailulcans will be in attendance.
Awana and Aiona, two prominent
Chinese business men of Makawao
each made Maunaolu Seminary a pre
sent of a fat pig for Thanksgiving
The Boston Concert Co. will give a
concert at the Wailuku school house
this evening, and another 011 Monday
. evening. Tickets and reserved seals
for sale at the Maui Hotel.
Some slight repair are much need
ed on the road between the "turn"'
below Judge Kalua's 'residence and
the Wailuku Depot. There is more
travel on this bit of road daily than
on any other road on Maui.
At the request of a number of the
young men of Wailuku, a Thanksgiv
ing dance was given at the pavilion
of the Windsor Hotel. Although
hastily gotten up it was a well at
tended and very enjoyable affair.
Miss Adams of Spreckelsville loft
for the coast on the "Emily C. Whit
(ney" Jast Tuesday. She goes to Bos
pon tio take a two years' course in a
school for the training of nurses,
after which she will return to Maui. ;
The Kahului Store now carries in
stock the largest lot of goods ever
carried at one lime by any store on
the Islands. An extensive line of
of these goods were selected by the
- manager on his recent visit to the
A very statisfactory bit of work
has been done on the road between
WoWulcu and Maalaea Bay,aud wash
outs such as were experienced last
winter are now practically impossible
where the torrents do not make new
Lost, Strayed or Stolen. From
Camp 3, Kihei.on Monday night lust,
a small bay saddle mare, black mane
and tail, four years old, branded K.
A. on right flank, with white saddle
mark on left shoulder; with bridle,
leather halter and English saddle,
iron stirrups when last seen. A
liberal reward will be paid for rctnrn
of said animal to Camp 5 Club .House,
New Mill, Spreckelsvillo.
F. W. Grim wood.
. 4 GREAT
lanan & Son
A soft, ' easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
-NY SHOE STORE
SOI E AGENTS.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF WAILUKU.
When the News ran an editorial
last year, headed, "Wanted a
bank," many of the citizens of Waiuku
smiled an incredulous smile, and some
of tho Honolulu papers echoed the
dubious mirth. But the editorial was
based on a careful study of the con
ditions that exist on Maui, which ren
der a bank at Wailuku almost an im
During this week, a careful observ
er may have noticed that the average
height of tho citizens of Wailuku has
increased about half an inch and
that they walk along Main Street
with an erect carriage, their chests
well thrown out, and u self-satisfied
and confident a financial, so to
speak, expression on their faces.
The reason for this is that on Wed
nesday morning the First National
Bank of Wailuku threw open its doors
for the transaction of business. Will
it succeed? There can be no doubt
of its certain success for several rea
sons. In the first place, it is tho on
ly bank on Maui, and it will handle
tho cream of a largo exchange, not
only between Wailuku and Honolulu,
mt also between Wailuku, the Unit
ed States, Europe. China and Janan.
Tn the second plaee; the right man
is at the head of the concern. Chas.
D. Lufkin, than whom there is no
more popular and genial man on the
Islands is at the same time a thor
ough up-to-date man of the new
American type, and is thoroughly
conversant with the details of the
banking business. One of the import
ant elements of the success of the
bank may justly be credited to his
to his indomitable energy and rustle..
Then the president and the ma
jority of the directors of the bauK
are good, solid Maui men who will go
far to add to its success. Also some
of its financial backers are leading
bankers of Honolulu, which renders
it as solid a concern as the Band of
The volume of business transactedi
on the oneninff dav is a natterim?
testimonial as to tho future success
of the bank. Already there is" en
quiry among the wage earners of the
Island as to the amount of interest
which will be allowed on deposits.
ll1130fcour.se has not yet been
determined, but the News especially
urges its readers and the public
generally, especially wage earners
who have a small surplus every
month,- to deposit their savings in
the bank for the proverbial "rainy
day," even though tho bank may
not at once be ready to allow inter
est oi such deposits.
That will of course come in time,
but the interest on such deposits is
not of so much importunce as the
fuct that a fund for the future is
being accumulated by those who
have only their hands to depend up
on for a livelidood.
ACCIDENT ON K. R. R.
In the early morning of Thursday
last, about 7:30, an accident occured
011 the Kahului Hailro;id between
Spreckelsville and Pain, in which
Sugimoto Toyohei lost his life. A
heavy tide, the night before had
warned out the earth underneath a
bulkhead at tho edge of tho water,
aver which the track runs. The on
line passed the danger spot in safe
ty, but a rail was displaced which
partly threw the flat car on which
the Japanese was riding.on the tr.-.ck
Contrary to orders, he was riding
outside of the car mil, and was
thrown oil and suliered injuri-.-s from
which he soon died. Both ankles mid
one thiih were broken, aud bis head
and left ear were badly lacerated.
Thoso riding insidu the ear were un
After taking tho tcstknouv Dr.
J. Wedilii:'.., C. Valium and other,
the coroner's j'-'V' rendered the'" fol
lowing verdict: 'v
That the cieuth efVtl.e said Sugi
moto Toyohei vosulte! from injuries
received and consequent upon the de
railment of a train belonging to the
hahuiut Kailroml t ompanv, in wi.ose
employ the deceased was at the time
of his death; and that tl.;s deceased
was rim over by part of the &aid
train, at or about the hour 7:'i()u. in.
of tho 28 th day of November, I'JOl,
at a point on tho line of the said
Kahului 11. 11. Co., two miles west or
thereabouts of l'aia on the Island of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
We the said Coroner's jury also
find that at the time of the said de
railment of the said train, tac de
ceased was standing in front of the
bulkhead of a flat car, contrary to
the regulations of the said Kahului
It. It. Co., said flat car being a part
of said mentioned train.
A. N. Hayseldcn, Coroner; Edward
C. Robin son, Foreman; Geo. Msxwcll,
D. Quill, W. It. Boote, J. A. Neill,
LADIES' BAZAAR ATPAIA.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
foreign church at Paia held a very
successful bazaar at Paia on last
The haUwas lavishly decorated
with flowers and wreaths of ever
green, and each of the booths was a
veritable bower of beauty.
Upon entering, the first booth on
the left was the Japaneso booth,
handsomely decorated with sprays
of cherry blossoms and presided
over by "three little maids from
school," Misses Eva, Nellie and
Ethel Smith, clad in dninly kimonas,
who served delicious cups of tea in
pretty little cups and saucers, which
were sold with tho tea. All of the
eligible young men of Paia, as well
as quite a number of confirmed old
bachelors sudden'y developed an
abnormal thirst, so tliatlo'ng before
the evening was over, the tea and
cups were all sold.
The first booth, on the right, op
posite the Japanese booth, was the
candy booth presided over by Mrs.
W. O. Aiken and Mrs. G. W. Wilbur,
who were kept busy all evoning cater
ing to the demand for delicious can
In the center of the hall was the
fancy work booth, presided over by
Mrs. F. M. Hardy, Mrs. Von Temp-
sky and Miss Iron Aiken. The dis
play at this booth was notably, fine,
and realized a handsome sum.
To the right of the fancy work
booth was the lemonade booth pre
sided over .by Miss Clara Lowrio and,
Miss Marion Biggs of Woodland, Cab,
the latter of whom did a land office
business 'and very nearly financially
wrecked a generous and thirsty
plantation manager who happened
to be present. Beyond the lemonade
booth was the icecream booth in
.charge of Mrs.' W. S. Nicoll. Good,
henest, country ' cream, the famous
Pa a cream at that, was used in the
manufacture of the icecream, which
was simply perfect, and thjs booth
was a busy scene during the whole
On 'he opposite side of the fancy
work booth were ttio Hawaiian Booth,
presided over by Mrs. W. F. Mc
Conkey and the Chi istmas Tree Booth
in charge of Mrs. D. C. Lindsay and
Mrs. E. B- Carley, . Early in the
evening, tho Hawaiian Booth had
literally been stripped of its pretty
wares by enthusiastic buyers, and
little was left unsold at the Christmas
On the platform at the rear of the
hall was the Fish Pond, in charge
of Mrs Tayior who had provided
such an abundances and variety of
toothsome piscatorial beauties and
who proved to be so delightful and
energetic a luwtess that every body
who went a fishing caught something
nice, and came back to try his luck
A pleasant musical program was
provided and did much to heighten
the pleasure of the evening. The
hall was literally jimrr.cd with visit
ors, many from Spreckelsville, Puu
nene Mill, Kaliului and Wailuku hav.
ing come up on a free special train
generously provided by Supt. It. W.
Filler of the K. II. It. Co. Tho tola!
receipts of the evening were about
$-i.jfl.l)0, v. hii h far t is quite a compli
ment to the ladies who had the affair
Beside the ladies, several gentle
men, notably Messes, W. O. Aiken,
F. M. Hardy, E. 13. Carley and W.
S. Ni'ioU deserve honorable mention
for tin. aid 1 hey rendered in riukhv?
the bazaar the complete sueces-a
that it was. .---.
The 3rd assessment of 10 per er-nt
or ten dollars per share on the sloe;
of the First National Bank of Wailu
ku will be duo and payable at the
ol'iiee of the bank in Wailuku on or
before December 17, l!i(ll.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Priiuo and t-'eattlo liver and Oyster
Cocktails at the Aloha Saloon.
LYONS In Wailuku, Maui.Nov. 2(3,
1901, to Mr, and Mrs T, B. Lyons,
Office of Comptroller of the Cur
rency. Washington, D. C, October 17, 1001.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "The First
National Bank of Wailuku," in the
Town of Wailuku, Territory of Ha
waii, has complied with all the pro
visions of the Statutes of tho United
States required to be complied with
before an association shall be author
ized to commence the business of
Now thcrefore.I, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
"The First National Bank of Wailu
ku," in tho Town of Wailuku, in the
District of Wailuku, Territory of
Hawaii, is authorized to commence
the business of Banking as provided
in Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine
of the Revised Statutes of
the United States.
In testimony whereof,
ro.,,11 witness my hand and Seal
.J.. f ollice, this Seventeenth
'Say of October, 101.
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In tuo Circuit Court of tho Second Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Probato, At Chambers.
In the mutter of tho Estnte of)
lute of KuValo"Molokol,' Before Judge
deceased. 1 J
OrJer of Notjce of Potitlon for Allowance of
Ou rtr.dlng and tllln.T the petition tad ac
counts of Roland T. Wilbur, Administrator cl
the above entitled Estate, wherein bo cbari?ex
himself w ith $li".i, and asks that tho same
may bo examined and approved, and that a Hnai
order may be made of distribution of the pro
perty remaining in his hands to tho persons
theroto entitled, and discharginK lilm and his
sureties f.ora all further responsibility as such
It Is ordered, that Monday, the .Tilth day of
December, A. V. 191)1 at 1U o'clock A. M. before
the Judge of said Court at tho Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku, Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is appointed ns the time and
placo for hearing said Petition and Accounts
and tnat nil persons interested may then and
thero appear and show cause, If any they have,
why the same should not be granted, and may
present evidence us to who are entitled to the
Dotud at Wailuku, this 20th day of Noven ber
By the Court:
Seal JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Mortgagee's Mice. Of
In accordance with the provision
of a certain mortgage made by Young
Nap of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, doing business
under tho firm name of YOUNG HOP
CHAN mortgagor and Ed.IIolTschae
ger & Co.of the same Dlace.mortgagee
dated May 5th, 1890", recorded in Li
ber 1C0 at pages 351 and 355, notice
is hereby given that the undersigned
assignee of said mortgage intends to
forecioso tho saina for condition
broken, to-wit .-non-payment of prin
cipal. Notice is likewise given that three
weeks from and uftor the date of lhi
notice tho property conveyed by said
mortgage will bo duly advertised for
F.obt. F. I.ange
!oo!uiia Hooku floral. i.
I lruli'.ce ui rne na Iioakaka o keknh
moraki i hana'u e Young Nap o Ho
nohilu, Mokupuni o Oahu, Terilori o
Hawaii, c haaa a.u maiaioo ka h.oa
o Younjr 1J ip Chan, me.v mornhi, a
mo Ed. IIo!r.-,ehlaegi-r ii Co., oia wul.i
hnokuhi no, mea i nioraki aku ai, i
hanr.ki nvi"ka la 5 o Mei, 1WK5, kopeia
tna ka Buko o ke Aupuni, hehi Kill.
aoauo.'jl ume 355, ke hoikcia. aku nei
i ke akea o l;a inca inalalo iho, ka
mea i ho'ililo hcu i.; aku ai kola moru
la, e hooku aiTt oia i Keia nioraki no
na kurn s I u ilia, oh hoi: uku oleia
o ka n i ia a.
Ko hoike pu ia aku nei ho ekohi
pule mahope uku o keia ra o clu hoo
lal.a, e hoolahaia ia aku no k kuai
ka waiwai i houkakuiu ma keia mo
Hoffschlaeger f'ompany, Ltd.
15bt. F. Ljnge.
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
Tel, Main 317.
96 Fort Street momou'jlu.
IS"" C? Oil V
Having Sold off Old Slock
And oilarged my store I new
Fats and Shoes.
and Tomatoes. .
Ci tnd examine rcy, Stock, j
, Yo i will find Just what you went
at the right Price i
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Waihee and Waikapu. ,
WHITMAN & GO.
WITH iwl . G!
MAIL ORBER Bepartee.it a sckliy- Box 572
WH1 Arrive Al
Store No;:t Vi
Si HOFFMAN &
Ii'coi-pocnti'd nndor the lav a ot tl.o Uii'l'J it.-.
Witsh'inyt n, D. C, ltMl.
W. J. LO'.Vinii, Phksii)1:st W. T HODIXSX, Vin: Tu
Ci:CIL DIIO'.VN as It. A. WAU.SVGUni. ri:t:a-.cas,
Si.i'.citTi iiccouiits of Corpni
, ' i V.' i ' r
Shot Gun, Rifle and
Wc have just received a large
fresh stock for the fall reason,
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
by ny Ro it to a-y part of the
"Writo for our litest prices, our prices are
P. O, Q 5x 784
c.irry a. .vr.v fttock of
Lm '.'ss' Hross Goods
Athu'C con sign ment of
8!i3ss arc! Underwear on
thu v,-?.y from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including1
fresh Dia;::ond S. Hams,
Sr,con and Silver Lea? &
Lard. Full line of fresh 4
earned jyooda r.nd fruits.
Pears, Peaclies, Plums 4
1 ) :
liiniis. Firms and IadiviJu:ils..
on all Parts of the VorU, I