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Personal mention on fourth page.
Heavy showers have prevailed
generally on Maul this week.
The "Alice Kimball" siviled from
Kahului for Honolulu on Tuesday last.
Today the "Kinross," Capt. G. W.
Murray, clears from Kihei for Lady
smith in ballast.
TV "Alexander" from S. F.f and
the "Mauila" from nitrate ports
arrived at Kahului this week.
If you want 10 make the kids very
happy, buy your Santa Claus goods
at the Taia Plantation Store.
A ruh of new ads at a late lio'ir
has curtailed local "headers." Thu
JVews begins to feel growing pains.
Mahomet Khan, a Hindoo juggler
gave a very creditable sleight-of-hand
performance at the Wailuku
court house last night.
' Co.'T', 1st Rcg't, N. G. II., holds a
meeting at the Company room for
the election of commissioned oflicers
next Tuesday evening, Dec. 17.
Mr. A.Kodrigues has transferred the
grocery department of his store to the
store of Rodrigues & Rodrigues on
the corner of Main and South Market
and will hereafter handle only dry and
On Thursday morning a prolonged
Wowing of the whistle at the Wailnku
Sugar Mill announced that the grind
ing for the new season has begun,
ajid that means flush times for the
uier.ohants and business men -generally
For two or three weeks past, the
pumps at Puunene Plantation have
stood idle and allowed Dame Nature
to furnish irrigating water: They
started up again last Saturday, but
shut down on Monday, on account of
Land Commissioner Boyd and Mr.
W. O. Aiken completed a tour of
inspection of East Maui ou horse
back, last Wednesday, and on Thurs
day morning left for a trip round the
west end, via Kahakuloa Point and
Honolua. The program of the Wailuku Choral
Society appears in this issue. There
are a number of fine voices in the Club,
and under the skilled leadership of
Mr. P. L.. Lamar, a high degree of
proficiency has been attained. Notice
the date, December 20.
The Kahului Store has initiated
a guessing contest for the Christmas
holidays, and the lucky guessers at the
number of beans in the Punch Bowl
will win a fine oak bed room set and u
handsome silk dress. Take a run down
to Kahului store aud investigate the
The monthly Meeting of the teach
ers of Wailuku District was held on
Monday las.t at the Wailuku school
house, and a long and interesting
discussion of industrial work in school,
as well as creditable exhibits of
what has been done were the princi
pal features of the meeting.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
An annual meeting of the stock
holders of Tho First National Hank
of Wailuku, for the purpose of elect
ing director.? for the ensuing year
will bo held at their Banking House
in Wailuku, Maui, on Tuesday, Jan,
14, 1902, at 7:30 P. M.
C. D. LUFKIN
Hanan & Son
A soft, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
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SOI E AGENTS,
Wailuku Cemetery is beautifully
situated on the bluff overlooking Iao
Voilcy Hnd commanding a glorious
panorama of distant sea and moun
tain scenery. No more ideal spot
for "God's Acre" could be found,
but for years no one has borne the
responsibility of looking after the
cemetery, and the result is pitiable.
Trim a few of the plots are hand
somely kept, but this only adds to
the forlorn condition of the rest of
It is a question as to where title
to the cemetery grounds really rests,
but no trouble is liable to arise on
that score. The trustees are dead
or absent and no one but the grnve
diggers know where many of the
bodies have been laid. After a few
years, the', too, forget, and there
is no one who can identify many of
the graves in the cemetery.
A plot or diagram of the grounds
should have been made, and a book
of records kept; by which those who
laid their friends and relatives to
rest years ago could come back and
be guided to the graves of their loved
Of course, what is everybody's
business is generally attended to by
no one, and unless a meeting is called
and the citizens come together and:
effect a radical reform in the matter,
things will continue to grow worse at1
the cemetery, if possible.
Let such a meeting be called, and
let us take decisive steps to have the
grounds put into the hands of live
trustees who will take steps to pre-'
pare a proper diagram of the plats,'
and also do something in the way of
cleansing aud beautifying the ceme
tery. Public spirited citizens can
surely be found in Wailuku who would
be willing to devote a little of their
time to this object.
In this connection, the News once
more urges that the very first money
available for the purpose should be
used to gravel the mnd flat along
the Cemetery Avenue from the cor
ner of High street to the gate of the
cemetery. In dry weather the street
is fairly passable save for the dust,
but in wet, muddy weather it is
WAILUKU CHORAL CON
CERT. On next Friday evening Dec. 20,
the Wailuku Choral Society will give
a concert at Alexander Hall for the
benefit of the Settlement and Kinder
garten. The purpose of the entertainment
is a praiseworthy one, admission
p:ices are reasonable, and that a
rare musical treat may be expected
is fully guaranteed by the subjoined
1. Rossini Now to Hearts
2. Douglas Stephani Garotte
(Duct for Mandolin and Guitar)
Messrs Joaquim and An tone Garcia.
3. Whittaker Winds Gently
Miss Nape, Miss Huntington,
Bohn , Polac-ia Brillante
Adams The Island of Dreams
(a) Barnby Sweet and Low
(b) Whitmore Isle of Beauty
Bellini Phantom Chorus
Ganne La Czarina
(Duet for Mandolin and Piano)
Reed The Birth of the Opal
Miss Nape, Mrs. Harry,
Mi.-s Pihi, Miss Huntington,
Adams The Holy City
Mr. Ault. .
12. Holt WaioPunalau
Mr. Kauhimahu, Mr. Jackson,
Mr. Kawai, Mr, Naone
13. Mendelsohn., flow Lovely are the
Miss Huntington, Mr. Ault,
Miss Nape, Mr. Lamar.
14. Handel And theGlory of
The contract for the erection of the
Castle Hall of Aloha Lodge.K. of P.,
at Wailuku, has bnen let to Mr. G
Brown, for $1600, the Lo.lge to fur
qish lumber and matei tola. On Monday
lumber will bo shipped to the site,
and work will bgiu on Wednesday,
with a 90 day limit.
Notice is hereby given that on
December 9,' l!)01 Wong Pun sold out
his partnership interest in the firm
of Tai Hing & Co,, doing business on
the corner of Market Street and
Kalua Avenue, Wailuku, Maui, and
that he will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by said firm
alter said elate.
Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 10, l'.IOl.
la the Court Circuit of the Second Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Annie E. Mulviuiy
Chas. P. Mnlvany
Libel In Pnvoicn.
The Ton ttorv of Hawaii:
To tho High ShertiT of the Terrilorynl Hawaii,
r his Deputy, tho Shoilflof the Island of Wuui,
or li's Uuputv:
You are commanded lo summon ClinrlcK P,
uivuny, io Idtug at Lalmina, Island of Maul,
mo Teirltoiy of Hawaii, Defendant In case
shall file written answer within twenty dnvu
after wrvieo hereof, to be and appear bi-fure
said Circuit Court at tho December Term thereof,
no holden at Lahniua, Island of Maul, ou
ednesday the 4th day of December unit
ten o'clock, A. M.. to show cause why tho claim
Annie t. Mulvanv. also rnsliilmr nt .,,!
Lahalua, plaintiff should not be awarded tc her
puLsuant to the tenor of her annexed Petition.
Ann nave you then there this Writ with full
slum of your proceedings thereon.
Witness, HON. JOHN V. KALUA,
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho
Soal Second Circuit, at Walluku.Maul,
T. H., this 17tU day of October,
A. V. linn.
(Signed) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk.
I hereby COrtifr the fnri'ffnlnff tn hn a trim nn,l
co ect copy of the original summons issued by
me in said cause, and that tho Court at the
Deoembcr Term. IBM. of tho Sei-nnd r!in.nt.t
Court, Territory of Hawaii, ordered nnhllentlnn
of the same, and a continuance of said cause
until the next Juue Term, lUlWof said Court.
(Seal) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk.
Lahatna, Maui, Deo. 14th, looi.
Headquarters First Regiment
National Guard of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1901.
Regimental Orders No. 58.
Pursuant to General Orders No 24
dated General Headquarters Nov. 25
ijui, ine following is hereby publish
ed for the benefit of the National
Guard of Hawaii.
General Headquarters, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Adjutant General's office Nov,2f,1901
General orders No. 24
4. Elections will be held as follows:
In tho Company room at Wailuku,
Maui, on Tuesday, Dec. 17th. 10(11.
at 7:30 P. M. for the election ot the
following officers: One Cantain. Cn.
"I," 1st Regt. N. G. II. vice J. X TC
Keola, commission expired.
One 1st Lieut. Co. "I." 1st Rp.rt .
N. G. fl. vice W. R. Boote, commis
One 2nd Lieut. Co. "I." 1st Reo-t
N, G. IT., vice Geo. H. Cummins.
5. Capt. J. N. K. Keola. Co. "I."
1st Regt,, N. G. H. will preside at
the foregoing election.
Hy order1 or tho Commander-in-Chief,
(Signed) JOHN H. SOPER,
The Commander of Comnanv '"
will assemble lis command at the
time and place above ordered, in
fatigue uniform and side arms.
By order of Col. J. YV. Jones.
(Signed) John Schaefer,
Captain and Adjutant,
II Am Blowing!
General Business Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
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STORY and CLARK
BERGSTROJN MUSIC CO.
Fort St. Honolulu
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Tho 3rd assessment of 10 per cent
or ten dollars per share on the stocu
of the First National Bank of Wailu
ku will be duo and payable at the
office of the bank in Wailuku on or
before December 17, 1001.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Office o? Comptroller ol the Cur
rency. Washington, D. C, October 17, 10Q1.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "The First
National Bank of Waliuku," in the
Town of Wailuku, Territory of Ha
waii, has complied with all the pro
visions of ttio Statutes of tho United
States required to be complied with
before an association shall be author
ized to commence the business of
Now therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
"Tho First National Hank of Wailu
ku," in the Town of Wailuku, in the
District of Waliuku, 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
In testimony whereof,
r ii witness my hand and Seal
Le'1 J of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, 1901.
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In the Circuit Court of tho Second Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate. At Chambers.
In tho mat ter of the Estate of
Knllo'f. Wilbur 1 n, .,.,
late of Kunialo, Mulokat,' f ucirn
Order of Notice of Petition for Allowance of
On reading and tiling the petition and ac
counts of Ilolahd T. Wilbur, Administrator cf
the above entitled Estate, wherein ho charges
himself with $1,(178.40, and asks that tho same
may be examined and approved, aud that a f.aui
order muy be made of distribution of tho pro
perty remaining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and lUsciiurglug him and his
sureties from all further responsibility as such
It Is ordered, that Monday, the anth dnv of
Deeomber, A. 1. 1U01 at lu o'clock A. M. before
tho Judge of said Court ut the Court Iloom of
said Court at Wuiluku, Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Accouuts
andtuut all persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should uoi be granted, uuj UK1V
present evidence as to who are entitled to the
Dated at WuiluUu, this JDlh day ofNoven ber
lly tho Court:
Seal JAS. N. K. KEOT.A,
Mortgagee's Notice Gf
In accordance with the provision
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 and Kd.Hoffschlae
ger & Co.of the same place.mortgagcc
dated May 5th. 189t, recorded in Li
ber lbO at pages 354 and 355, notice
is hereby given that tho undersigned
assignee of said mortgage intends to
foreclose the same for condition
broken, to-wit :non-payment of prin
Notice is likewise given that three
weeks from and after tho date of this
notice the property conveyed by said
mortgage will bo duly advertised for
Hoffschlaegcr Company, Ltd.
P.obt. F. Lange
Uoolaha Ilooko MoraUi.
I kulike ai me nahoakaka o kekihi
moraki i hanaia e Young Nap o Ho
nolulu, Mokupuni o Oahu, Teritori c
Hawaii, e liana ana malaloo ka inoa
o Young Hop Chan, mea moraki, a
me Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co., oia wahi
hookahi no, mea i moraki aku ai, i
hanaia ma ka la 5 oMei, 1S9(J, kopeia
ma ka Buko o ke Aupuni, helu liJO,
aoao 354 atne 355, ke hoikeia aku nei
i ke akea o ka mea malnlo iho, ka
mea ihoolilohou ia aku ai keia mora
ki, o hooko ana oia i keia moraki no
nakumu i uhaiia, oia hoi: uku oleiu
o ke kuinupaa.
Ke hoike pu ia aku nei he ekolu
pule mahope aku o keia la o t-eia hoo
laha, e hoolahaia ia aku no ke kuai o
ka waiwai i hoakakaia ma keia mo
raki. Hoffschlaeger Company, Ltd.
T.obt. F. J..ui'e.
f Yvite for
Pearson & Potter- Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 317. 926 Fort Stet Honolulu.
Hats and Shoes.
i Notably California
, 7 .
Call mi examine my Stock.
Vo i mill find j:;:t what you waist 4
at the right Price J
.Goods Delivered at Wailuku. Wnihoe and V.Vilrr.pu.
sice B-fd WiWimb ;;-!a
'cycles, Lmd Tie
sewing ipmm E
Ice Cream MmmJr
MAIL ORDER Bepaitet aspecMty. Box 572
Deposited Some Fine
Xmas Cards Sc Calendars,
TOYP) & DOLLS
& With Us
'11 V 1 VJ
he First National Bank
Washirgtrn, D. C. l'.l
V.. J. LOWRIE, rnEsiPEyr
C. D. T.TTr
CECIL nnOWNASD I;.
Solicits accounts of C i'purition. Firms and In.livi.i
DKAWS ESClIANtii: an all iirts of the Wx)X.
A M M U N .! T 1 01.
Shot Gun, Ri?Ie and
Wc have jurf !.:,.',.; J a large
fresh stock for the fall tv," :. -u
J WE CAN SHIP AMMUNITION
any o H tu .'. --'irt of tlie
m;v 1 itot p
O, Bis 704
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iix( cnlarroc1 my jitore I now
carry a new st'.ck of
Ljitlios' Dre s Goods
Ailarge consignment ;of
Shoes nnd Underwear on
the way frn:;i S .a Fiv.ncisco.
Of fresh grocorios, includ
fresh Diamond (3. Unms,
Bacon find Silver Lea!
Lard. Full line of fresh 0
earned roods mid fruits.
Panrs. Punches. PIuniK 4
T A-A - -Jt L -
t!ie Laws of tho United States at.
V. T. ROEINSON, Vie-President
A. WADSWORTII, Dinmoi; .