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Happy New Year.
Have you sworn off, this ypar?
1002 wa ushered in with icy blasts.
The Tlilo team von Iho buse ball
fame by a score of 7 to 4.
Auction salo ofNahiku ciTocts at
Kahului. See nrl. In another column.
The Vvailu'.ui poiicn force pnve Ihcir
annual New Yeii r hi i i nt l!.e court
house on Wednesday.
Hakokala wore a heavy mantle of
snow this week, extending nearly
half way down its tides.
The kindergirdou p.t Alexander
House will not open for the new term
till Monday, January 13.
The beans are to bo counted ami
the- guessing pri;:ea awarded this
evening at the Kahului Store.
The Ladies' Guild of Waihiiai wii'
meet at two o'clock on Friday after
noon January 10. at Mrs. Ogg's.
Tho music for the New Year's ball,
given by Mr. and Mrs. Lowrio was
furnished by tho Waihco 0111111161"
The late rains of tho north Kona
mad3 tho roads on centra1
Maui quito boggy, but the winds arc
rapidly drying them out.
yj' Tho IT. C. &. S.Co. have prohibited
the dumping of garbage and refuse
on the beach between Wailuku and
Kahului, and those who do so are
subject to arrest.
Tho Christmas number of tho Para
dise of the Pacific is an olegaut edi
tion, and purely Uawuiiau in llavor. i
Every family on tho Islands should
subscribe for this monthly for i:s
continued and increasing excellence
makes it worthy of generous support. !
Over forty Hawaiian residents of
Makawao went in a body, to spend
New Year at Lahaina. Arrange
ments had been made for tho Eis:
mark Stables Co. to take them over,
but that plan fell through. Antone
Do Rego tho energetic manager of the
Iao Stablesiwas then called on, and in
a few hours be titled out teams and
send thorn all over. j
E. C. Cutting,' manager of the
Pacific & Vehicle Supply Co. is out
in a brand new ad. this week, which
stable men and prospectiva carri
age, harness and supply purchasers
should read. This company may
well boast oi the high' class .stuck
.they carry, as well as the reasonable
pecs of their prices. . j
Mr. J. A. Harris, the artistic sign
painter is preparing an elaborate
advertising bill-board which will be
placed over tho door of the post oflico.
Tho lettering will be in black- and
gold, and a space of 10 by 12 inches
will bo allowed to each subscriber.
. The wholo will prove, a very pretty
and effective advertisement.
On tho afternoon of New Year'?
day, several practice games of polo
were played by tho Makawao polo
club at Sunnysido. An interesting
feature of tho game was the trying
put of "Aguinaldo" one of tho four
polo ponies recently purchased by
Mr. Frank Baldwin in San Francisco.
"Agglo" is a sturdy, nimble little bay.
and throughly understands the nice
points of polo.
Mr.W.H.Crozier, carriage builder
and repairer at Lahaina has engaged
tho services of an expert in that line,
and stable men as well as any others
who wished to have their carriages
or buggies repaired, repair. fcd or
retrimined should at once tako ad
vantage of tho opportunity. Mr. Cro-:
zier carries a large stock of carriage
trimmings, harness and general supp
lies at but litt!.j above coast prices.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
has more than kept its promise in tho
matter of a handsome New Year edit
ion. Dound in pamphlet form, which
makes it mnch more convenient to
handle, it is full of good things . from
cover to cover. The fide'ity and
naturalne.es with which tho ft. attires
of prominent Ilonoluluaus aro por
trayed is perfect, and tho reading
matter isjust as good. Thousands cf
this issue should bo sent to the toast.
Our young friend, Attorney N.W.
Aluli avows Limself tho author of the
communication recently sent to the
Honolulu press, defending Judge
Kalua. We give No credit for being
sincere, but would cordially
suggest ho bring his manuscript to
this office in future and have its
. grammar and orthogrphy corrected
properly, before forwarding it. We
could also correct hi3 statements, if
fce would permit us.
Tn tho IinHetm and Advertiser of
this week, appears a cominunicatii n
of n decidedly pedagogical flavor,
.Li h was evidently intended u? a
defense of Judge Kalua.
Th' cdi. unification franljl, admits
the charges of drunkenness and 'il
ea pacity, quoting tho unfortunate
woakiH.-s of Webster as an excuse
for tin; former and interposing ab
solutely no defense f jr the latter. It
attempts to break th? foreo of the
charge, that Judge Kalua held confi
dential communications with prison
ers who were to bo tried before him.
Tho writer .may have been honest in
t bis matter, but if so, he was sadly
misinformed, and if he will come out
from behind his noin-de-pluino and
interview tho editor of the News,
the latter will gladly place in hi:
possession facts which will convince
him of the truth of that charge also.
The writer of the communication
in question, acting on the old adage
that "when j-ou havo no deft-iue,
abuse tho other fellow," makes a
cowardly attack from behind his
nom-de-plume, on Attorney George
lions. As a matter of fact, tho News
emphatically asserts that neither
Attorney lions nor any one else
save the editor of tho News, either
wroto or inspired tho article which
appeared in the News. Only two
men, Hon. IT. P. Baldwin and Col.
V. II. Cornwall knew that such an
article would appear until it was in
print, and that fact was merely inci
dentally seated to them on board the
Claudinc, on a recent trip from Ho
The real jest of tho communication,
at which the writer probably smiled
as he wroto it, was the assertion
that, "if put to the people, Judge
Kalua will pull the majority." What
people? Did tho writer havo in mind
some of the poor, ignorant Ilavvai-
ians who are homeless today on ac
acount of peculiar laud deals with
If so, here is a pretty littlo story.
Somo years since, Judge Kalua ap
proached a young, married Hawai
ian lady with an offer to buy her taro
land near Wailuku for a small sum.
She consulted her husband, who told
her not to sell, as tho land was pro
bably worth live or six times the
amount offered. The next day Judge
Kalua returned for his answer, and
when she declined to sell, he let loose
on her a shameful flow of vitupera
tion and billingsgate, in the use Jof
wide!: he is a past master, when oc
casion serves. The husband of the
lady, a respectable citizen of Wai
luku at the present time, was inform
ed of tho gross insults offered to his
wife and naturally was, as he ex
pressed it, after wards, "too mad to cat
his supper and'breakfasor to sleep."
But lie did better, ho met Judge
Kalua on Main street opposite the
Eismark Stables the next morning
and gave him a thrashing which
should, if it did not, teach him to be
more decent and honest in his deal
ings with Hawaiians.
Bishop Willis is visiting Maui.
A ttorney George Hons goes to Hon
olulu on this afternoon's Claudine.
7m. Crawford, the Chinese Inter
preter, leaves for Honolulu today.
Mr. and Mrs. E .B. Carley of Paia
returned from Honolulu on Tuesday's
Matt MeCanu and Bob Carlisle of
Lahaina paid a flying visit to Wai
Attorneys A.N. Kepoikai and Jas.
L.Coke, andCol.W.H. Cornwell came
over on Tuesday's Claudine.
lion. F.J. Testa, who has been spen
ding some weeks on Maui, left on
Monday night's Kiuau (or Ili'.o, to
take iu the races.
Miss Northern, niece of Mrs. Hay-
selden of Wailuku left for Honolulu
yesterday, and will go to the coast to
Mr.tr. W. Adams, railway Supt. at
Spree Kelsvillo leaves for Kahuku,
Ouhu today, with his wife, where they
will make their homo in the future.
Mr. A. J. Dickens sometime ago
sent iu his resignation as manger for
Lovejoy & Co., at Wailuku and Mr.
Lewis expected over next week to
to take charge of the bnsiness.
Mrs.T. B.Lyons is an applicant for
the position in the Wailuku school
, left vacant by the resiguatuu of Miss
Maggie Nape, and as she is endorsed
by . Inspector Kcliinoi, slip will
probably receive the appointment.
Mr. V. A. Vetle?en took cha'ge of
the Wailuku post oliice, January 2.
Mr.T. B. Lyons, the letlring post
master prov:'d a very courteous and
obliging ortii'ial, and quite r.s much
muy si.Te.ly be predicted of Mr.
Mr.nnd Mrs. W. If. Field wei e cuic
h' married at Muuiusoiu on New
Year's Eve, at iiojn, and alter
dinner drove to their home in I:ui
Valley, where they will reside. There
were no i ivitcd guests save Hon. I T.
P.B.iklwin, s ho gave a way tho bride.
Mr. Howard Porteou.;, of the Sun
Life Assurance Co. of Canada, in
company with bis wife, has spent tin-
ast two week? at W'e.ihiku as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Luf-
kin. Mr. and Mrs.Purteous are delight
ful people to know, nr.d made many
friends in Maui. They leave for
Honolulu this afternoon.
Cupt. J.N.Kcoia, has resigned the
oflice of Clerk of the Circuit Court,
as he could not hold two oi'icts, and
preferred that of deputy tax assepe'.ir.
Mr. Keola made an extremely efliei-
ent court clerk, aud hi3 place cannot
readily be filled. It is hoped that a
Maui boy may succeed him, if a compe
tent one can be had at the salary.
SAFFEHY At Wailuku, Maui, Jan.
1st, 1002, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Salfery, a daughter.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has removed his office.
as Depulj Tax Assessor of Maka
wao trom the building formerly occu
pied, to an office adjoining the Paia
Plantation Office, where he can be
found for the transaction of business.
W. O. AIKEN.
Notice is hereby given that
Wong Yau has contracted to pur
chase Iho interests of Cheong Ngat
and Lum Lorn, in the firm of Kwong
Lung lai YW Kec Co., doing busi
ness on Market street, WailulJu,
Maui, II. T.. and will become there
by the solo owner in said firm. The
firm will not bo responsible for anv
debts except those contracted by
tho undersigned, after January To,
1!)U2, and all debts owing to the
firm will thereafter be payable to
V. ONG YAU
Wr.ilukti, Maui, Dec. 2D, 1!01.
.On Saturday, 11th ins., at, the
premises of tho Kahului Railroad
Company, I will sell at Public Auc
tion tho following articles brought
from Nahiku Sugar Company for
convenience of side.
Tools and Implements, such as:
Plows. Harrows, Picks, Hoes, Ax
es, Cane and Grass Knifes, Shovels,
Mattocks, etc., etc.
Blacksmith's and Plumber's Oi t
Wagon Harnesses, Plow Harnesses
Cinches, Collars, Packsaddles,ete.,
Iron; B. II. Spikes, Pipe, Corr.
Iron, Bidging, Wire Rope, Manila
Hope, etc., etc.
One large fiat Car for 3 ft. gauge.
2 small fiat Cars for 3 ft. gausre.
2 Lumber wagons and one Gon-e
A lot of lumber of different sizes
any length from 1x12 to 8x12.
Terms, Cash. GEO. HONS,
In accordance with Section 1 cf
Chapter XXVI cf the laws of 1$P;:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby notified that tho water
rates for tho term ending June ISO,
10t2, will bo due r.nd pavable at the
office of tho Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter Works, on the 1st day of Janu
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 1.1 days after they are due will
bo subject to an additional 10 per
All privilcgas upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1!I02,
(30 days after becoming delinquent),
are liable to suspension without
Rates aro payable at the office of
the Water Works iu tho Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bui.
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku, Jan, 4, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that on
December !, 1!I01 Wong Pun sold out
his partnership interest in the firm
of Tui Flirig & Co., doing business on
the corner of Market Street and
K'ahi i Avenue, Wailuku, Maui, and
that I.e. will not be responsible fr
r."y th'its conl acted by said tii:i
alter said date.
W.s'luku. Ma .i. Dee. 10, V'-l.
Annual etoctin oi RtocIicLici'F.
An aniuuil meeting of the stock
holder, of The First 'National Funk
of W'aiiuki., for the purpose of olrct
iiiif ('.hectors for the ensuing year
will lie held at, their Banking llou.- e
in Wailuku. Maui, on Tuesday, Jan.
I 1. at 7:3') P. M.
C. I). LUFKIN
TFilKA GURY DEPARTMENT
Oifi.-c oi CcmplroIIcs o? the Cur
I. . shirgtr.n, D. C, October 17, 100!.
Vl;:c':':, by satisfactory evidence
p-osc.-tcd to the undersigned, it bus
Ucu made to appear that "The First
Xation;'l Bank of Wailuku,". in the
Town of Wr.iuiku. Territory of Ha
waii, has complied with all tho pro
visions of the Statutes of the United
States required to bo complied with
jefore an association shall be author
ized to commence tho business of
Now thereore,!, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller ol
the Currency, do hereby certify that
The First National Bank of Wailu
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 andsix-
ty-nino 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 end Acting Comptroller of
the Currency. . y
in tho Court Circuit of the Socoud Circuit,
TEKRITOItY OF HAWAII.
Annie E. Mulvany
Iibol in Djvorco.
V. Mulvany I
The Territory of Hawaii:
To thelli;;!i Slier!:! ortioTcri'iioryolHiir.-ni',
or lii.s p'.'i'iitj-, V.w Slit-rift of tl:c I.:!:vr.a of Maui,
or !:ij lx-yuty:
You nro commanded to summou C!:t".rl.--! I',
i'.ilvany, rei Jiuu nt Lulia'nn, Ishinl .f ?.Tuul.
la the Territory oi H.wiiii, Defcniluut in cuse.
lie '.lill i hi v'ri:oii a.: .ver v.illiti tvver. y da: 1
ufter sen ies hereof, to tie ami uppenr before
snid Circuit Court at tl.T)eci in'erTenu thereof,
to bo holili a at J-.-il-.uioa, I.-;! ;!ul nf J!:.-.!, on
Vlijt!lr.y tho Ih day of U.'e: mbe:' Lest, ut
a o- A. M.. to ; i:uU' e;".U:io -.v;.y tLe claim
ol Auio :. XuUv.uy, ii.-'.o ie:;ie.i:j at ii..L.l
Lahuih:'., pluiui i:f sliojlu not be nwiir.irj t: h;:r
lmrKwntit tj the teu.;r of her nunexeit l'L'iitioj.
Aul hiivo you thou there till.; Writ with f.'ll
return o.' your procMVlingy tliereou.
Wltnc.x, HON. JOIIX V. KALUA.
Jutl:;o of the Circuit Cen t ol ti.o
T. II., this 17th day of October,
A. U. Mil.
(Svned) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, CU-rk.
I hereby certify the f j.-cRoiut; to be a true ami
correct copy of the original summit.. l-cmud by
mc in said cause, ijcj that tho Orirt at the
December Term, Ittil, of tho Second Circuit
Court, Territory of Hawaii, or.iered publication
of the t ame, and a continuance of said cause
until the ne.t Juno Term, IDS):.' of said Court.
(Sea!) JAS. N.K. KKOLA, Clerk.
Luhi.!na, M-.usi, Dec. M:h, lull.
1 FOR THE .
I QTOF5Y and CLARK
BERCSTROM MUSIC CO.
&: Port St.
m fiiti ffi mm .3 rft in $ ' is .ii S iti .n in us i!
General Business Agent
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EQl'ITASII LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
W D Prooi'
' AVrito for Catalogue r.nd Printed List.
Pearson & Pottes Co., Ltd
the mail Qmm house lltJS!n. t
" -On. VOi. WDvTi. "ivJ -5 -1 t.
S 1 Tl
I Having Sold off .Old
t Notably California
and Tomatoes y
CiXi and exanitae ay Stock. j
You w-n find just whit you v.ant
' at is rlsM Price " ' i
iGoods Delivered at Wailuku. V.'s.ihoc :ir.d Waikapu.
8URISCYS, " " "
T WO S IS A T WA G C H S " , "
TO? B'JCGIiia i '
HARNESS S:2.C0 UP PUT SW.
our prices the lowest,
oup grade the highest,
our terms the easiest.
P. P. ISEXBERJ, Pitcsii.Esr. ' .
Clms, F. Hernck Carriage Co., Lfd.
125 Meiiciiaxt Stkset. Iloxou t.r, X-j:;t to Svr.r.z:;:vi..n E;-n.;i!"0.
A beautiful scl ction cf triple plated .Silver
Coffee Pots, Tua rols.'Dultor' Dishes, Sugar
Dowis, Cuko Dishp., I'ircheiv, etc., etc., etc.
and some lovely CLOCKS.
' it, aVf1 '"I'ti h f"'i '.-j ttv . r ,! Pi-t ,
if V 4. 0-t . ij T l ir v . Tw. i, e v .. ., 'v
The First National Bank ?
Incorporntetl under the Laws uf the United State t5
Washington, D. C, U 01.
TT. J. LOWRIE, rassnj:sr W. T. ROEIXSOX, Vict-Puts ujent
C. V. LUFKIN', C.Ys:ur.
F. J. WHEKLERaxu R. A. WADSWORTII, D'.?.Err(.itrtr
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Finns und Iiuliri'junl.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of tlie World.
t A t
- ;i, "Ik ns. T- "ti. -Jj. -c s-l-H5.
And enlarged my store I now jjj
carry a new stock of
L;kS!gg' Dross Goods
A hirse consignment of
Sliocs a iicl Underwear on
tho wtty from. Br.n Francisco. A
Of frosh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams, k
Racon and Silver Lea!
Lard. Full line of fresh 0
cfinned yoods and fruits. r
Pears, Peaches, PJums
t or. .
$3 2. SO
P. O. Eox 'JP-t