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What did Santa Claus bring you?
Send in your job orders to the Maui
JscV's Job Ofiico. Neat and prompt
The Woiiuku merchants generally
report a very lively and satisfactory
.amount of Christmas tradp.
The. "Alice Kimball," with the
owner, James T. Taylor on board, lott
Kahului for Honolulu on Tuesday.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders', of the Maui Hotel will be called
for sometime in January, yet to be
The kona storm which prevailed on
Christmas eve has cleared away, and
the roads and. streevs are rapidly
On Mouclay, cane cutting began at
Paia Plantation, and on Thursday
the Paia mill started up on its new
J Christmas passed off quietly in Wai
Tluku, with full attendance at the
churches, lots of roast turkey and
Ulmost absolutely no drunkenness.
Prospects for a drugstore in Wai
luku at an early date are bright, but
theNiws will wait tittit is well
established before beginning to clamor
for the bakery.
The "Corner Store of Rodrigues &
Rodrigues is loaded down with Christ,
mas groceries of choice varieties,
and proved quite a boon to the Wai
The Makawao Polo Club received
four polo ponies from . the Coast by
the "Alexander." They are a choice
lot and will bo taken to Honolulu for
a match game about the last of
Owing to the many others attrac
tions on New Year's eve, the bean
bowl will not bo opened at the Kahu
lui Store until next Saturday evening
although the guessing contest will
close next Tuesday evening.
Kahului harbor is filling up with its
n i 1 a ' 1 :
i uguai sugar nee, anu times uru nvci
ow at our sea-port. Some of the
arriving vessels were loaded with
lumber, and the Kahului Lumber Co.
which had begun to run short in some
lines is now well stocked up and able
to fill any order from a shingle to a
If the Walluku road board has a
little time and money to spare It
would not be a bad idea to remove
the stones and trim back the kiawe
bushes on tne Kihel road, from its
junction with the Maalaea Bay road
to a point beyond tbe grove. This is
otherwise an elegant road, but dan
gerous on account of the stones and
Admiral Cyrus T. Green, late of
the Kahului navy, who Is generally
busy about something, when he is
not otherwise engaged, has establish
ed the Transcontinental .Wai'uku
and Kahului Freight and Express
Co. Ltd. Cyrus says that while he
does not hope to compete with the
railroad in the matter of speed, he
still hopos to "gel' there."
The tug "Leslie Baldwin" recently
load of poods to
Kahakuloa. The surf was running
high and one boa' loaded with flour
and otner goods was swamped. Some
of those on board landed but did not
leave to risk returniug to the "Bald
win," and walked home. Ferd Hons
of Kahului, in whose veins course the
blood of the old Vikings, scorned the
danger, and at the expense of a good
ducking, made his waybaok to the
?'Baldwin"and rode home triumphant.
Improvements 1 op Hana District.
Mr. Hugh Howell passed through
Walluku last Tuesday, on his way to
Hana where be is making surveys
arid caroful Investigations for build
ing a r.ew wharf at Hana, for the
Public Works Department.
Incidentally, ha will superintend
some long needed repairs on the old
trail between Nahiku and Huelo, In
cluding the erection of wire suspen
sion bridgos across some half a doz
en of the worst gulches, which will
enable tho travelling public to make
trips over this difficult trail during
the worst weather, for during high
waters one can walk across these
foot bridges and, with the assistance
of ropes, swim his horse across.
A new bridge 16 ft. wide is to be
put in at Waialua Gulch, and a road
built from the end of the present
wagon road at Kailua, leading across
thU bridge and .connecting with the
Clotting Exercises at Maunaolu.
The closiug exercises of Maunaolu
Seminary, for tho fall term, were
held in tho assembly hall, Friday
evening Dec. 20th.
The room was well filled with the
patrons of the institution and friends
and relatives of the girls.
The singing of the pupils was ex-
coidingly jood, and tho performance
pci-nis more remarkablo when the
difficulties under which the girls sang
Particular mention should be made
of Miss Cooledge's renoering of Slier-
win's simple setting of the Christmas
hymn, "Hark. Hark, My Soul,"
which was universally enjoyed by the
audience. Miss Cooledge was ac
companied by Miss Alexander.
Following is the program in full:
Huntsman's Chorus., Weber.
Festival March, Piano Solo. Zeisberg.
Boat Song , Minard.
Safe with Goc, Solo Cantor.
Hawaiian Song. . .Guitar accompani
Glee Club and Miss Lee Pat.
Cantata, One Christmas Eve. .Root.
To Thee, O Country Eichberg.
Christmas Selection, Recitation
There's a Song in the Air.Duet.Smith.
Mary Piilani.Luey Nawahine.
Tho Wly Farmer laS"
O, little town of Bethlehem. ..Morse.
Hark ! Hark 1 My Soul Sherwin.
Twilight '. Abt.
This entertainment was in the
nature of a "try-out" so to speak,
for a large and more ambitious con
cert to be given at Easter, tho pro
ceeds of which will be devoted to the
purchase of music, of which the
Seminary is somewhat in need,
Walluku School Sees Santa
The teachers of the Wailuku School
entertained their pupils at a delight
fnl Christmas festival on last Satur
day evening. Such of the parents and
friends of the children as cared to do
so were cordially invited to be pres
ent and see the fun.
jjThe children rendered a delightful
program, consisting of songs,recitat
ions and calistheuio exercises after
which, to their surprise, the hand
some flags which draped the platform
were thrown aside, revealing a beauti
ful. Christmas tree sparkling with
light and loaded down with presents.
Santa Claus appeared in person
and superintended the distribution
of the presents. Aside from the
traditional dolls, tops, caudy and
marbles, o'd Santa, rememberiug
that Christmas with us is a time of
roses, provided great baskets of cake,
crates of juicy oranges and an illimit
table supply of soda water. and root
beer which was generosly served to
tho children, an innovation which was
thoroughly appreciated by them, and
every body went home happy.
Kindergarden Christinas Tree.
Surely old Santa ClauH never saw
a more beautiful and dainty sight
than was disclosed at the Christmas
Tree entertainment at Alexander
The little tots, all prettily dressed,
were simply bubbling with fun and
excitement, and they sang and skip
ped and went "ship-a-sailing" and
played"cat and mouse"and "fly away
mynah birds," with a rollicking a
bandon that was delightful to see.
Then they clustered on and around
a great center table where they were
decorated with popcorn and tinsel,
making a very much alive Christmas
tree.. When tho decorations were
artistically completed, a tiny little
Santa Claus, about three feet hight
toddled m, loaded down with gifts
and followed by several of the larger
boys with great boxes of apples and
The parents and children were then
invited in tho reading room where
the real Christmas tree stood loaded
with gifts for the children. The
parents of the kindergarden children
furnished all the expenses of the
occasion and also donated a dozen
chairs to the tchooL
Wedding Bells to Ring.
The engagement recently anno'inc
ed of Miss Maggie Nape to Mr. W.
H. Field, is to be followed by a quiet
wedding at Maunaolu Seminary at
noon on New Year eve, at which
Rev. Dr. E. G. Beck with will officiate.
Miss Nape is a very bright, win
ning young lady who has hosts of
friends, not only on Maui but iil:,i in
Honolulu, Mr. Fiuld is an enU'-.-vri:i-inr,
energetic young man, and V"iu
luku is to be congratulated mi tho
fact ti.at the young couple will make
their permanent homo among us.
The News extends congratulations,
MALI TWIRLBRS GO TO HIM).
A game of base ball between a
picked nine of tho Maui Athletic As
sociation and the Hilo club has been
arranged, for a $50 purse, to be play
ed at Hilo on next Wednesday. Spe
cial transportation rates have been
made with tho Kinau, on which the
Maui Club will go and return, leaving
here on Monday night.
The followiug will probably be the
team sent by the Maui Assooiation;
W. H. Cornwell, Jr., Manager; Geo.
H. Cummings, Captain; Dr. V7. R.
Boote, F. P. Rosecrans.L. R. Crook,
S. Keliinoi, A. J. Jackson.Thos. Pick-
ard, J. Garcia, A, Garcia,- J. Yates
and John Pahia.
Hon. A N. Kepoikai is spending
Christmas in Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lowell 'of
Spreckelsville, leave shortly for a
trip to China and Japan.
Attorney James L. Coke went to
Honolulu on Thursday's Mauna Loa,
and will return next week.
Mr. F. J. Testa is testing the hos
pitality of Maui and incidentally stir
ring up delinquent subscribers.
Henry Anderson, former head luna
at Nahiku has removed with his
family to the Kprecelsville plantation.
Mr W, F. Pogue has moved with
his family to his ranche at Nahiku,
but will return to Kihei after New
Year to assist the new manager for
a week or so.
Judge H. C. Barrow the genial
and urbane manager and vice-pre
sident of )he Pacific-Union Oil Co.,
who spent some days at Wailuku as
tho guest of Mr. W. G. Taylor, left
for Honolulu on yesterday's Claudine.
JARDIM At Paia, Maul, Dec. 22,
1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Jar
dim a sou.
ROBERTS At Lanai.Dec. 25, 1001,
to Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts a
Notice is hereby given that
Wong Yau has contracted to pur
chase the interests of Cheong Ngat
ana uum ijern, m the lirm of Kwong
Lung Tai Wo Iveo Co., doing busi
ness on Market street, Wailuku,
Maui, H. T., and will become there
by the solo owner in said lirm. The
nrrn will not be responsible for any
debts except those contracted by
the undersigned, after January 15,
1902, and all debts owing to the
firm will thereafter bo payable to
Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 20, 1U01.
Mortgagee's Notice Of Sal
Notice is hereby gh'cn that by vir
tue of a power of sale contained in a
certaiu mortgage dated May 5th,
180(, made by Young Nap, do'ng
business under the hrm name or
YOUNG HOP CHAN at Waiakoa,
Kula, Maui, to Ed. HofTschlaeger &
Co., and which said mortgage is re
corded in Liber 1C0 on pages 354 and
355, the said mortgagee intends to
foreclose said mortgage for a breach
of conditiou therein contained, to
wit, the nou-payment of principal,
and will cause to be sold at public
auction at the the store of the said
Young Hop Chun at Waiakoa. Kula,
Maui, on Monday, D member iJOth,
l!0l, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M.,
the property covered by said mort
All the stock of Goods, Wares and
Gereral Merchandise now contained
in the said store.
The leaso of the said Store preinis
All fixtures and furniture to said
business belonging and in said store
HofTschlaeger Company, Ltd.
For further particulars apply to
Geo. Hons, Attorney for Honsoulae-
ger Company, L,ta.
, Waijuku, Maui, December 20th, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that cn
December !t, 1001 Wong Pun sold out
his partnership interest in tlio linn
of Tai II ing & Co., doing business on
the corner of Market Street and
TC:ilu:i Avenue. Wi.ilnku. AIn.tn. r.n.l
iat he will not be responsible for
y cieois contracted by said lirm
er said date,
iluku, Maui, Dec. 10, 1!)01.
Annual Meeting o2 6 tockhoidera.
An unnual meeting of the stock
MdrTs (,f The First Notional Bank
of Walluku, for the purpose of elect
ing directors for the ensuing year
win be held a their iJanlung House
in Wailuku, Maui, on Tuesday, Jan.
li, Km, at 7:oU P. M.
C. D. LUFKIN
OfJice ol Comptroller of the Cur
Washington, D. C, October 17, 1901.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to tho 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 the 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 Wailu
ku," iu the Town of Wailuku, in the
District of Walluku, Territory of
Hawaii, is authorized to commence
the business of Banking as provided
in Section Fifty-one hundred and six
ty-nine of the Revised Statutes of
In testimony whereof,
witness my hand and Seal
of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, 1901.
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In the Court Circuit of tbe Bocoud Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Annie E. Mulvany
Libel la Devorce.
Chus. P. Mulvany
The Territory of Hawaii;
To tbe High ShcrllT of tbe Territory ni Hawaii,
or bis Deputy, tbe Sheriff of tho Island of Maui,
or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon Charles P,
Mulvany, resldlug at Labalna, Island of Maul,
in the Territory of Hawaii, Defendant in case
he shall file written answer within twenty days
after sortice hereof, to be and appear before
said Circuit Court at tbe December Term thereof,
to be bolden at Lnhalua, Island of Maui, on
Wednexduy tbe Uti day of December next, at
ten o'clock, A. M.. to show cause why the olaim
of Annie . Mulvany, also residing at said
Lahaina, plaintiff should not be awarded tc her
pursuant to the tenor of her annexed Petition.
And have you then there this Writ with full
return of your proceedings thereon.
Witness, HON. JOHN W. KALUA,
Judge of tbe Circuit Court of tbe
Seal Second Circuit, at Wailuku, Muul,
T. H , this 17tb day of October,
A. D. 191)1.
(Signed) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk.
I hereby certify tho foregoing to be a true aud
correct ropy of the original summons tailed by
uic in Buid cause, and that the Court at 4!ie
December Term, 1901, of the Second Circuit
Court, Territory of HuwuM, ordered publication
of tbe sumo, aud a continuance of said cause
until the next June Term, 1093 of said Court.
(Seal) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk.
Labuiua, Muul, Dec. 14th, 1UU1.
STORY and CLARK
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
General Business Agent
I Am Blowing)
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Write for Catalogue and Printed List.
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd.
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE !p?raUHonSn.T.
A. J. Rodriguesj
Having Sold off Old
Hats and Shoes,
Pears Peaches Plums
Call and examine my Stock.
You will fiiid jast w hat you want
at the right Price
iGoods Delivered at Wailuku. Waihee and Waikapu.
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, " " $140. "
TWO SEAT WAGONS " " 805. "
TOP BUGGIES " " $90. 44
PHAETONS $140. "
BRAKES $32.50 f
HARNESS $12,00 UP PET SET,
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENDERG, Pbesident.
Clias. F, Herrick Carriage Co., Lfd.
125 Merchant Street, Honolitmt, Next to Stanoenwald Bitilding.
A beautiful selection of triple plated Silver
Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Butter Dishes, Sugar
Bowls, Cake Dishos, Pitchers, etc,, etc., etc.
9 and some lovely CLOCKS.
I HOFFMAN &
Ire First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States at
Washington, D. C., 1001.
"V. J. LOWRIE, Pbesident W. T. ROBINSON, Va-E-Patsir-rsT
C. D. LUFKIN,. CAsmtn.
F. J. WHEELER and R. A. WADSWORTH, Dibectous,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWfi EXCUAKCjil on ull Parts 0 the World. '
bays coc.p'.cie bat
And enlarged my store I now
carry a new stock of
Ltjl9s' press Goods
Shoes and Underwear on
the way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams,
Racon and Silver Leaf
Lard. Full line of fresh (
earned goods and fruits. I
CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARDS,
P. O. Cos 234