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See the display of Christmas gooc'i
at Hoffman & Vctk'sen's, this week.
The News mau spent a day in La
haina this week, wutching it grow.
An eraateur performance by bcal
talent was given nt Lahaina last
Send your job work to the News
Job Office. Neat work and prompt
The road between Wuiluku and
Maalaea Day Las been put in very
The threatened kona slcrm did not
materialize, and trade winds are
The exodus to Lahaina, to attend
court makes the streets of Wuiluku
look lonesome this week.
Are you good at guessing? Then
read the Kahului Store ad. and make
a guess at the beans in the Punch
Invitations have been issued for a
house warming at the new residence
of R. C. Searles at Honolua on Jan.
The Pioneer Plantation Mill has
commenced to grind on the new 3'ear's
crop, with promise of a big yield of
sugar this season.
Little Edith, daughter of Sheriff
L. M. I5aldviu has bceu dangerously
ill this week, but the crisis is past
and she is recovering.
Shipping matters are still very
quiet at Kahului and will probably
remain so till the new crop of sugar
begins to come in.
The two new hotels in Lahaina are
both crowded this week to their ut
most, to handle the influx of court
attendants and the other casuals.
X Arrangements are about perfected
to open the new grocery store of
Rodrigues & Rodrigues on the corner
of Main and South Market street.
Capt. Murray Jr. of the "Antiope"
made a very successful maiden trip
as captain, reaching Ladysmith Nov.
20, just It days out from Kahului.
The stores in Wailuku and Lahaina
are beginning to display their Christ
mas goods, and the young folkB in
both towns are becoming correspond
Wailuku and Kahului should emu
late Honolulu iu the war on rats.
The board of health should keep iin
eye on the sanitary condition of the
back yards in both towns.
The Wailuku Choral Society an
nounce a concert for Friday, Dec. 20,
at Alexander Hall for ihe benefit of
of the Settlement and Kindergui den.
Program ia next week's issue.
At Mrs. McKay's residence, on
Wednesday afternoon. Dec. 11, from
2.30 to 5, will be held a sale of the
articles left over from the Bazaar,
at reduced prices. Ttla publij are
The Iao Stables stage line has dons a
land office business this week, cai ry
ing passengers to and from Lahaina.
The Bismark Stables have also been
overtaxed to handle the traffic car
ried by the popular line,
The First National Bauk of Wai
luku has settled down to ousiness,the
volume of which, so far, is proot
positive cf its need here, acd before
long wo will be wondering how we
managed to get along without it
Haaan .& Son
A sdlr, feasy fit
ting durable ulioe,
suited for all kinds
EliNY SHOE STOl'tE
SOJ E AGENTS.
The Boston Concert Company,
On last Saturduj evening, and on
Monday evening of this week, the
people of Wailuku were the recipients
of a rare treat of music and fun at
the hands of the Boston Concert Co.
Prof. Walther, the violinist, is an
artist of rare talent, and his work
was high class.
From Lis initial bow to the last
note on his violin, 1 he audience be
longed to him, and sweet echoes of
his delicious music will long live in
the hearts of Lis hearers.
Lilian Norma has a' strong, rich
mezzo-soprano voice finely cultivat
ed, and persistent encores told how
much Ler singing was appreciated.
Prof. C. B. Newton, the imper
sonator, f is a past master both as an
elocutionist and in the art of present
ing a high class, pure type of tun
original in conception and irresisibly
amusing and entertaining in execut
ion. From Wailuku, the Company went
to Lahaina where they played to full
houses on Wednesday and Thursday,
leaving for Honolulu yesterday, where
thi-y will fill a short, engagement be
fore sailing for the colonics.
The management of the troupe
however was unscrupulous, to say the
least. Dr. Thomas, the manager re
ceived written guarantees in Ililo,
Wailuku and Lahaina, in the sum of
f t.'o each, and realizing that he had
ha".(Jed the suburban populace a gold
brick, he retired to Honolulu to await
results leaving his hapless troupe to
flounder along the best they could,
costing the guarantors at ITilo $2.00
each, those at Wailuku $i each and
those at Lahaina $(5.00 each.
, . .
NEW MANAGER FOR KIM EI.
Mr. W. F. Pogue, who has been
identified with Kihei Plantation since
its inception has resigned his position
as manager, and will be succeeded by
James Scott, former chief engineer
ofOlaa Plantation. Mr Scott has
made arrangements to come over
ind begin his duties as manager in
about two weeks.
Mr. Scott has been actively engag
ed in engineering work on the planta
tions for a number of years, on Mo
lokai and at Makaweli. For the past
year Mr. Scott has been superintend
ing the construction of the new mill
at Olaa, and will bring a ripe and
rich experience to bear on the
difficult engineering problems which
Kihei preser-ts. He is ciithusiatic
in regai-d to Kihei. and to a reporter
of the Hilo Tribiune he said, "I Khali
be yl'id to be identified with the job
of put' ing Kihei in the front rank of
C1RCIUT COURT AT LAHAINA.
On Wednesday the December
term of Court convened at Lahaina
with a lengthy civil and criminal
calender to dispose of.
The following are the officers in
attendance; Hen. John W. Kalua,
presiding judge; J. N. K. Keola
clerk, V. W. Thayer, deputy at
torney general; D. C. Case, steno
grapher; Chester A. Doyle, Japan
ese interpreter; J. Hichardsfi', Ha
waiian interpreter; W. Crawford,
Chinese interpreter. - ,
Upon swearing in the grand jury,
Judi;e Kalua appointed T. M. Church
of Kahului as foreman, and deliver
ed Lis charge to the jury. Tliey will
probably finish their work and file
their report to the Court this after
noon. So far they have found one
truo bill, in Ter. of Hawaii vs.
Most of the civil cases have been
continued, and it is probable that
the Court will adjourn the latter
part of next week.
South Sea Islander Adrift.
Ou last Monday morning, a South
Sea Islander named Tagnimate,. a
resident of the South Sea Island
colony at Lahaina went out alone in
a sail boat, fishing. During the after
noon, while o!f tho Tsland of Lanal a
sudden squall capsized his boat.
With difficulty he righted his boat,
but found himself without oars, sail
or mast. A strong current was run
ning and by midnight he was near
tho coast of Kaboolawe. A counter
current then caught the boat and by
seven o'clock on Tuesday morning
had brought it back to a point op
posite Lau-niu-poko on the Maui
coast, near Olowalu. '
From this point Tagiinate thought
of either swimming ashore, or swim
ming and pushing his boat to the
beacb, but th appearance of a num
ber of sharks in the vicinity made
the plan too risky.In the meantime his
friends in the South Sea Island village
had become alarmed at his non re
turn, and word was sent along the
Maui coast to Wk out for the miss
ing man. Shortly after daylight
on Tuesday morning, an Olowalu fish
erman saw the boat adrift far out at
sea, and put off" iu his canoe. Tagni
mate's sail boat was taken in tow and
carried back to the village, where he
was received with great demonstra
tions of joy by the excited villagers.
Mr. & Mrs Frank Baldwin return
ed from Honolulu on Wednesday's
Mr. Sturdnvant of Thco. H. Davies
& Co. is among the Maui merchants
Attorneys Coke, Hons and Aluli of
Wailuku are in attendance on tho
Court at Lahaina, this week
Mr. James Bcrgstroin, manager of
the Bergstrom Music Co., Honolulu,
is visiting Maui in the interest of his
L. R. Crook and K. G. Heck with
passed through Wailuku on Tuesday,
on their way to Lahaina, to serve as
Mr. F. C. Allen, formerly Lead ac
countant of Spreckelsville Plantation
came over on Wednesday's Claudine
to seo that baby.
M. L. Decker has resigned his
position at the Maui Hotel and Fred
Petermau has been selected to suc
R. W. Filler, manager of the
Kahului R. R. Co, went to Honolulu
on Saturday last, returning ou
Wednesday of this week
Gus. Schumann, the popular carri
age man, who has recently had him
self incorporated, is on Maui this
week fitting the stables with hacks,
surreys and harness.
Judge Kalua and Clerk Keola ex
perienced a runaway just as they
reached Lahaina last Teusday even
ing. They were driving a young horse
which became frightened and ran
several hundred yards before they
could steady him down. Judge Kalua
lost his elegant gold-beaded cane,
and tho lamp of the buggy was brok
en, but no other damage was done.
William Hay of llonomu, Hawaii,
who has spent some timo at llaina
kuapoko, returned to Hawaii on
Headquarters I'iri-t Regiment
National Guard of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, lilOl.
Regimental Orders No. jjS.
Pursuant to General Orders No-',
dated General Headquarters Nov. 25
1001, the following is licrebv publish
ed for the benefit of the National
Guard of Hawaii.
General Headquarters, Terri
tory of Ilawa'p.
Adjutant General's i.ffice Nov.23,1001
General orders No. 21.
-t. Elections will be held as follows:
In tho Company room at Wuiiuku,
Maui, oil Thnrsday, Dec. 10th, 1001,
at 7:M0 P. M. for the election of the
following officers: One Captain, Co.
'I," 1st Regt. N. G. II. vice J. N.K.
Keola, commission expired.
One 1st Lieut. Co. "I," 1st Regt.,
N. G. H. vice W. R. Boote, commis
One 2nd Lieut. Co, "I," 1st Regt.,
N, G. II., vico Ceo. II. Cummins,
5. Capt. J. N. K. Keola, Co. "I,"
1st Regt., N. G. H. will preside at
tho foregoing election.
By order ot tho Commander in-Chief,
(Signed) JOHN If. SOPER,
The Commander of Company 'i"
will assemble lis command at the
time and place above orderei', in
fatigue uniform and side arms.
By order of Col. J. V. Jones.
(Sighed) John Schaefer,
Captain and Adjutant.
Tho 3rd assessment of 10 per cent
or ten dollars per share on the stock
of the First National Bank of Wailu
ku will bo due and payable at the
offico of the bank in Wailuku on or
beforo December 17, 1001.
C. 1). LUFKIN,
FEREIRA KEALALUHI At the
residence of Miss Lizzie Cockett
Waiknpu, Maui, Dec. 1. 1001, by
Rev. J. Isua, Mr. John Fcreiru, Jr
of Wailuku and Miss Annie Keala-
luhi of Waikapu.
Oifice o Comptroller ot the Cur
Washington, D. C, October 17, 1C01.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "The First
National Bank of AVailuku," in the
Town of Wailuku, Territory of Ha
waii, Las 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 therefore,!, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
"The First National Bank of AVailu
ku," in the 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 tho Revised Statutes of
the United States.
Iu testimony whereof.
witness my hand and Seal
of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, 1001.
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In the Circuit Court of tlio Socoud Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate At Chambers).
Iu the mutter of tho Kxtuto of 1
Hullo T. Wilbur ( , ... .
late of Kaumlo, MulokuV f Duf' re JudB0
Order of Notice of Petition for Allowance of
On reading and (Hint; the petition and ac
counts of Roland T. Wilbur, Administrator of
tho nliovo entitled Kstato, wherein he cburgv
himself with 1,(l?.in, and asks that tho same
may bo examined uud unproved, and that a Uuai
order may be made of distribution of the pro
perty remutnlug in his hun.ls to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him and his
sureties from all further responsibility as such
It is ordered, that Monday, the 3nth day ot
December, A. D. HKU nt 10 o'clock A. M. before
the Judge of said Court at the Court norm of
said Court nt Wailuku, I.-lnrul of Mnul, bo uu ",
the same hereby l"i iipixilntt'd as tlio time an A
place for hearing safd Petitlou unci Account.;
and tuat all per :ous interested ni;iy then and
there appear und show cuu o, if any they have,
why the same should not be granted, uud muy
pr-went i ideuce as to who are cut 1:1 Hi to the
Dutcd nt Wuilu'iu, this -J'l'.h day of No-m ler
By the Court!
Seal JAS. N. 1C. KKOT,.' ,
Mortgagee's Notice 0?
In accordance with the provision
of a certain mortgage made by Young
Nap of Honolulu, Island of Ouhn.
Territory of Hawaii, doing business
tinder tU' firm name of YOUNG HO!J
CHAN mortgagor and Ed. Hoff'selilue
ger & Co. of the same piace.mortgagee
dated May 5th, 1H00, recorded in Li
ber IliO at pages 354 and 355, notice
is hereby given that the undersigned
assignee of said mortgage intends to
foreclose the same for condition
broken, to-wit :non-payment of prin
cipal. 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
Hoffschlacger Company, Ltd.
Robt. F. Lange
ISoolaha Ilooko Moraki.
; I kulike ui me nahoakuka o kekahi
nioraki i Lauaia e Young Nap o Ho
nolulu, Mokupuni o Oahu, Teritori o
Hawaii, e liana ana malaloo ka inoa
0 Young Hop Chun, mea moraki, a
me Ed. HolTachlaeger &Co.,oia wahi
hookah! no, mea i moraki aku ai, i
hanaia ma ka la 5 o Mei, 1H00, kopeiu
ma ka Buke o ke A nuui, helu 100,
aoao 354 ame 355, ke hoikela aku nei
1 ke akea o ka mea malalo iho, ka
mea i hoolilo hou ia aku ai keia mora
ki, e hooko ana oia i keia moraki no
na kuinu i uhuiia, oil hoi: uku oleiu
o ke kurnupajt.
Kelioike pu ia 3ku nei he ekolu
pule mahope aku o keia la o keia hoo
laha, e hoolahaiu ia aku no ke kuui o
ka waiwai i hoakakaia ma keia mo
raki. Hoffschlacger Company, Ltd.
Robfc; F. Large.
'i r!1 "i-: I
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd
Tel. Main 317.
tfaviflg Sold off Old Stock
j flats and Shoes.
Pears, Peaches, Plums
Call and exarcinc ray Stcclr.
Yo i will find mi v. hat you went
at tlic rTgiit Price
Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wuihee and Waikapu.
iv32 writers. JjCe:Jim:j
MAIL ORDER Degartacsi a specialty. Bsx 572
Ari 1 A
Hac ArrSvocl At Our
Store This Week.
The First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the UniL-d States at
Wiishingt. ri, D. C, 1!0!.
W. J. LOWR1E, President.'... .W. T. KOBINSON, Vice-Pbeside Nt
C. D. LUFKIV, Casiiiii.
CECIL DROWN and R. A. WADS WORTH, Dieectch.,
Solicits accounts of Corpi-ntions, Firms and IudiviJua'.?.
DliAWS Ei'CIIAXCS ou allPaits of tl:e WoilJ.
Shot Gun, Rifle an
Revolver ' i
Wc have just received a larj
fresh stock for the tell reason.
WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITIO
!f by Boat to any pai't of th
Write for our litost iiricios, our prices cil
eye epenars. .
926 Font Street Hsndlulj. P. O. 3 ax 734
And enlarged my store I now
carry a now stock of
Ladies Dress Goods
Ailarge consignment of
SItocs and Underwear on
the way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
Racon and Silver Lea?
Lard. Full line of fresh
earned goods and fruits.
mLiiaafc.ii..u. i.:?!!. )' "