Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, January 11, 1902, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Send your job work u the Ns'.vb
Showery weather mid rjuilo cool,
The kiiidorfjardon sdinul nt .AW
nnJer House will open on Monday,
CoU a ml sore throats have been
quite prevalent at Wuiluku for tl.u
UaeUfeUl & Co. have a lare sup
ply of narrow pan'e railroad materi
al on hand. See their new ad. lliis
Work has been commenced on the
second story of the K. of P. Cast'e
Hall, and the buildiny will be pushed
A combat, probably the result of a
bat, occurred on Market Street
this week. No deaths ensued and no
There wili be services in the, An
glican Church tomorrow. Morning
Prayer and Holy Communion at 11
p. m., but there will no sermon.
Several new residence and business
buildings as well as repairs on build
ings in AValluku have been planned,
and work will'soon be begun on them.
Thore are several candidates for
the position of court clerk left vacant
by the resignation of Capt. Keola, but
his successor has not yet been gazet
ted. Slho plantation office at Spreckels
vilhj was removed to Puunene on
Dec. 2", aud the Spreckelsville post
oflico will probably be closed this
The First National Bank of Wai
luku has started the new year , with
a flatterins volume of business, and
pew depositors are constantly com
If you want your buggy or carriage
repainted or retrimmed, send it to
W. II. Crozier, Lahaina, who has in
his employ an expert carriage paint
er and trimmer.
Rodriguez & Rodrigues at the
"Corner Storo" not only carry the
choicest lot of groceries in town,
but also pineapples, oranges, ap
ples a-nd other fresh fruits.
The members of the Wailuku
Choral Society are cordially invited
by Mr. P. E. Lamar to assemble at
bis residence this evening at 7
o'clock, instead of tomorrow.
There is an undue number of run
aways of Japanese teams on the
streets of Wailuku, ana if possible
means should be taken to make the
Japs more careful, or prevent them
from driving altogether, with.iut a
Water rate notices fur the ensuing
"eix months have been issued bySupt.
W.E. Hal. There is ho change except
for" irrigating lawns, the rate for
which has been slightly advanced.
An additional ten per cent will be
levied on those who fail to pay water
rates before January 15.
Considerable money has been made
in oil stock in California, and the
Pacific Union Oil Co , represented
by Judge !f. C. Barrow and sponsor
ed by Col, J. II., Fisher of Honolulu,
presents f tatures worth investigat
ing by those who wish to take a
little "flyer" in oil stock.
Aboui that Paia Storo Shirt ad.
You may possibly think it was put
in to take up space, but il so, vou
arc deiid wrong. As a matter of
fact they really have an assortment
of shirts that is worth looking over.
No matter how fastidious you may
bo, you can find what you want at
the right price, This is no ad., but
MAUI PLAYS HILO.
As was feared, the gyrations of the
Kinau proved too much for the nerves
of the Maui boys, and us a result
they were unable to play their usual
game on the day following their ar
rival iu Hilo.
Had the game been , played on
Thursday instead of Wednesday,
there is every reason to believe that
the result would have been entirely
different. This was proven by the
game played on Thursday between
practically the same teams, in which
the Maui team scored twelve to zuvo.
The Hilo paper highly compliment
ed the Maui team. Our boys arc
not in the ledst discouraged by their
defeat, and are willing to play the
Hilo team again for money or mar
bles. Arrangements may bo made
to bring the Hilo team to Maui vl,-,;.-Berger's
band is here, if they will
come. A return game played at
Wells Park between these two teams
would bo a preat drawing card.
He will not, some i'f his friends
a.1? ii re the Xnva. They claim that
lie lias re. ilveil t i treat l.is past
malodorous rvi'';l wi'.h f-lii-nt con
tempt, .slid: his thiws into the
woolsack and hangou till scraped o;T
with the pii'Mc'ic'ii ial paint fcerapo:'.
Tiiis is noL to be particularly won
dered at. At the tinvi when, some
year.! since, he was L.ui.t in the
act of procuring a divorce for the
wife of a form. -r distiict magistrate
at Waihce, he thought himself ruin
ed, and probably would have resigned
then, had he not been braced up by
some haole friends.
Il was ou'y by a very close shave
that ho received the appointment he
holds. Mr. W. O. Smith, who is hi3
antithesis in everything thai is man
ly and honorable, recommended his
appointment, and the matter was
then further referred to Hon. Cecil
Brown, who was in Washing
ton at the time. Mr. Brown, un
familiar with Kalua's record, also
endorsed him, and he was appointed
and confirmed. Two days later,
documents were received at Wash
ington which would have made his
appointment impossible. Senator
Clark, it is stated, was quite indig
nant when he learned the true state
of affairs, but finally concluded that
as Kalua had been appointed, it
would be better not to stu the
There is but little more for the
News to say now. True, there is a
disgusting sufficiency of material on
hand, much of which it would, not be
proper to print, but active steps arc
being taken to lay Judgo Kalua's
record before President Roosevelt,
and shortly after that is done, the
whole matter will end to the eminent
satisfaction of those who wish to see
the right win.
The festival of Epiphany was
served at some of the church.
Prof. Luney's recently published
poem was' read at one cf tho- Watch
The survey, near the mountain.
for tho water works has been eom-
nleted bv Mr. Mo'onv.
Thero arc about 1)0 telcphono sub
scribers in the Lahaina District.
On Monday morning, tho main
telephone wires, between Lahaina
and Wailuku were accidentally brok
en by the felling cf a tree. The dam
age was repaired in a few hours.
Charles Cockett is building a place
of residence on South Main street.
U-'Most of the Lahainaluna beys
passed their vacation at their homes
on the islands, and returned on the
northbound steamer. Consequent
ly there were no recitations at the
Seminary on Monday or Tuesday.
There were 20 students in the chapel
on Tuesday morning. Five new
scholars have entered the Seminary,
more are expected and the prospects
for the present term are quite favor
able. Miss Cook of Denver, a consin of
Miss Barker, takes the second prim
ary grade in the Government "school,
and Mrs. Dickenson retires from
the corps of instructors.
Eddie Dunn of Lahaina has return
ed to his studies in Honolulu.
Messrs McLane and Black, who
were expecting to leavo for Honolulu
last Saturday evening, were just
too late to catch the boat, and re
mained in town until Monday night.
-Commissioner Boyd, who 'has
charge of the Department of Public
Works, has informed some of our
hading citizens that the arrange
ments for the construction of Lahai
na Water Works have been agreed
upon, and the welcome enterprise
will probably begin during the latter
part of this month. Tho reservoir
will be located just above the Ice
The Sharpe family have removed
from their nouse near Mill, street,
Messrs.Geo'rge W. Carr anil Louis
Keuake, postoflice officials, returned
from Hawaii on the W. G. Hal!
Monday nljht and paid a friendly
visit to Postmaster Waal. It is ex
pected that they will be in Lahaina
again in a few weeks.
Captain James J. Lewis,; the new
commander of the Wailuku Sa'.-ition
Army Corps, was in T..' l..i ; ;i on
Tuesday and Wednesday, i1 was
formerly on duty in Cul'-lM !;i.i, ami
more recently on luteal At -i re
sent he is assisted by I L( uUnunts
Davis and Wilcox.
Dcnth of Rsy. J. A. Henderson.
Rev. JafTi!.? A. Henderson, a color
ed minister who came to Maui from
Montgomery, Alabama, about a year
ago, and who hs since purved as
pastor to the negro colony at Sprec
kelsville, died l'ro.n a stroke) of
paralysis, on Wednesday January 8.
He smVered a serious stroke in July
from which he had almost recovered
v.hen the seeou.l and fatal stroke
Mr. Henderson was -1!) years old,
and vas Virn end raised n-.t" Mont-
gomery, Alabama. When a young
man, he ciitii-cd the Booker "Wash
ington school at Tuskeegec, Ala., as
one of its first students, and received
his education at that institution.
27 3-cars ago he was ordained a
Baptist minister, and was afterwards
chosen as pastor of tho New Mount
Zion Church, near Montgomery,
which hud a membership of 150(1. He
was also for a timo tho pastor of
New Hope Church, near Greenville.
Some years since he was offeieda
postmastership by the late President
Harrison, but rather than provoke
his white friends, in whose estimation
ho stood high, he declined the ap
pointment. Honest and upright in character,
as well as a sincere and zealous
Christian, Mr. Henderson rounded
out a beautiful life, rich in the love
and esteem of all who knew him.
His funeral services were held at
tho Nativo Church, Wailuku, Rev.
J. Nua oflieiating, and the remains
were interred hi the cemetery op
posite the Catholic Church premises,
in the presence of a large number of
sorrowing friends. Buried far from
his native land which ho left to help
his fellow men, the mocking birds
will not sing amid the apple blossoms
over his grave, as at home, but the
sad requiem of tho sea wa ves, the
shrill chirping of ni3rnah birds, the
wicrd cooing of Hawaiian doves, and
the (humtincf beauty of lantana blos
som will make beauty and music over
his last resting place.
TE5E BISMARK STABLES CO.
A new deal has been made by this
company, in which Mr. W. T. Robin
son of Wailuku takes over all of the
Stock of the company in his own name,
t igelher with all or the assets of the
company in Wailuku. The Lnhaina
stable will hereafter be run as a
separate proposition, under private
Mr. Plans Amundsen is associated
with Mr. Robinson in tho Bismark
Stables, and as soon practical new
stock will bo added, making the fam
ous old Bit-mark the leading stable
on MaUi. Both of the now owners
are popular and pract ical men, and
cannot help but do well in the stable
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has removed his cflice,
as Deputj Tax Assessor of Maka
wao from the building formerly occu
pied, to 3n office adjoining tho Paia
Plantation Odice, 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 the interests of Cheong Ngat
and Lum Lern, in the linn of Kwor.g
Lung Tai Wo Kee Co., doing busi
ness on Market street, Wailuku,
Maui, II. T.. and will become there
by the sole owner in said firm. The
firm will not bo responsible for any
debts except those contracted by
the undersigned, after January !,
11102, and all debts owing to the
firm will thereafter be payable to
Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 20, 11)01.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of im:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates,
are hereby noiilied that tho water
rates for the term ending Juno 3i,
1002. will be due and pavable at tho
oiliee of tho Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter Works, on the 1st day of Janu
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1902,
('!0 days after becoming delinquent),
are liable to suspension without
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in tho Wailuku
Court House Building.
V. E. Dal.
Supt. Wailuku & Kuhului
Wailuku, Jan. 4, 1902..
Innunl Meeting o! Ktrv: !i n;U!crr.
An am, tail neim,.' of the slock
holders f -t'ho !.; : ;, i V-.uik
of Wiiihikr.. f.jr the of elect-
ing direct-Mrs f,u: il,-' ensu'ug year
will he held a, their !!:.! ir.g Ti'ou. e
in Wailuku, Miu.i, on Tuesdav, Jan.
It. 15102, al 7::i(l 1'. ji.-
C. l i. LUFK! ;
Washio;'r.. J). (.'., Oi U.l-i-;- 17, '.
Whereas, by satis !':;. I cry cMdrnte
presented to the imdersignvU, 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 tne Statutes of the United
States required to bo 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
"The First National Bank of Wailu
ku," in the Town of Wailuku, in the
District of Wailuku, Territory ff
Ua'waii, is authorized to commerce
the business of Banking as provided
in Section Fifty-ono hundred and sixty-nine
of tho Revised Statutes of
the! United States.
In testimony whereof.
witness my hand and Sea!
of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, I'.MH.
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
la the Court Circuit of the Saeuud Circuit,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Aanlo E. Mulvnny
Chas. P. Mulvnny
Libel iu Devorce.
The Territory of Hatvail:
To theHlgli SheriS oftheTcrritnryolIIawnil,
or hU D.-pnty, the Sheriff of the I: H?.rt of Maui,
or hi i Doputy:
Vou uro ccmmiiuilcd to Kummou Churle;; I,
Mulvnny, resiiliug ivt Lnhaiua, IslimJ cf Maul,
in the Territory of Hawaii, D. femlant iu cr.se
he shall tile written answer within twenty days
after service hen of, to be aud ai;onr befi re
rnitl Circuit Court at !hc December Venn ther- il,
to be hoklen at Lamina, Island of Maui, 0:1
Wednesday the 4th day of Decoirlwr n-s!, at
tea o'clock, A. M.. to show cause why the claim
of Annlo K. Mulvany, al.-io .w.ii'.lni; at Si.I.i
Lahaina, plaint If: Mlioulil not be :;v. ;iy UA tc h.-r
nurse.aut to the tenor of her auii-xi-l i'.-. Itiei:.
And huve you then there thlr. V.'ri; wi;-i HI!
return 0 your proceeding thereon.
Witnci'H, HOM. JOHN W. KALUA.
Jud,-n 0 the CIrcv.ll C:-.it of
fSeall .Second circu'-t.B'. V.;:al'.tt,Maui,
T. II., this l'Lh c'.r-y r,f Oclob'.r,
A. U. KKIl.
(Signed) JAS. W. K. KKOLA. CI
I hereby certi'y the fc-rogoit: ta 1-e r, trie r.r..l
correct i'oiy of tho oriKin'il suliu:oi:i i. -i-.-.d Vy
niL in said cause, ued that tfcj l orn: :.t tl.u
December Term, 1TOI, of the Second (.'irev-i!
Court, Territory cf IluweH, ordered inib:c::io'i
of ;he same, and a eoutln-'ance e,r ; a t;i y
until the next Juno Term, nii'j of said C-jurt.
(Peal) JAS. N. K. KKOLA, Cli-rk.
LahalDa, Maul, Dec. i!th, : 1)1,
RSPORT OF TUB CONDiTICN OP
The First Njitlonal Bank c? Wai
luku, at Waiiuuu, .Mini",, in tho
Tcr. of Hawaii, at the close S
business, Deeemb;p lOili, 1002.
Loans and Discounts
U. S. bonds to secure cir
Premiums on U. S. Bonds CIS. 41
Hanking house, furniture,
aud fixtures f 40.82
Expenses Paid Less profits OiiS.S';
Due from Slate Banks aud
Bankers 2,4': i. -11
Checks ai:d other cash items 4,i'(i'J.'j3
Fractional paper currency,
t nickels and cents 40.28
Lawful Money" Kesskte
is Bank, viz:
Specie $5, 732.80
Legal tender-not?s 2.".00 r,T77.80
LIABILITIES. DOLLAR i.
Capital stock paid ia KJitO.t 0
Individual deposits subject
to check 0,( (Gl.SC
Demand certificates o'
Cashier's checks outstanding 251. U2
Tor. of Hawaii, Island of Maui, ss:
I, C.D.Lulkin, Cashier of Ihe above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my !::i'j'.vledi;e and belief.
C. D. L UP KIN.
W. T. Robinson i
F. J VKeeler , Directors.
V.. A. YVadsworih )
Subscribed and sworn t; bifor:'
me this (ith day of January, 19 2.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Clet V Circuit Court, Second Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii.
I" ;i 1 il SrjmPaF hs:ct s::,!
Wnte f-ir Catalogue and Printed List.
Pearson & Potter Go9 Ltd
THE BUIL.ORDER HOUSE S ZPSC1 luZSlX t.
A.' J, Rodriguesi
Bavins Sold eff 6!d Stock
Fats and Shoes.
I Notably California
Vo l wiil find just flint you want
ai tic riglit Price
(Goods Delivered at "Wailuku. Wnihee and Vraikapu. A
OAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOf O
SURREY, " " "
TVO e-n-AT VAOOKS 44
top Kucaro - 44
UARNEKG f 12.00 JP PK'.T CUT.
O'ji: rr;ic;;.s the lowest,
our. grade Tin: uk:iuv-t.
OUP. TEP..MS THK EASl'-'T.
P. P. ISF.XDEnc:. Pke:;::ent.
Cte. T Ihmd Cmh& Co., Lfd.
1-T MrnciiAXT S-rnKivr, llnNoi.rwr,
A bo:tutiul sol clion .f i riple plated Silver
Colics Puts, To.iPwt, !! it.T Dishes. Sugar
.Howls, Cako Dishes, J'ii rla-r.--, etc,, etc., etc.
and sonie bvely CLOCKS.
The First Hatiohal Bank
Incorporated under th" t.:!v.s of tho United Slates at
Washington, D. C, l'"'-i.
W. J. -LOWRIK, ian.-ir.KNT v.. T. POULVSOX. V!f:-Pr.F.s:uF.XT
C P. LUl'Ki X. ' ..ihch.
V. J. WIIUKLUlt aso P. A. V. i v.'.OCTII. D!nixT.::s '
Solicits accounts of Corporal i. n.-5, Firms and Individuals
DRAWS EXCHANGE on ulhPirts of the World.-
jninl onlargod my store I now
carry a now &tocic oi
Lsidiss' Iiress G )ods
v--hnesv-d Under wear on
1 1 ii3 v.ay from San Francisco.
fresh D-iamond S. Ham?,
Bacon and Silver Lea? Q
Lard. Full line of fresh 0
c.iriird "oods and fruits.
Pears, Peaches, Plums
C"P an:l examine my Stock.
CURTAINS $8ii. AND UPWARDS
P. O. Cox 234
TO STANflENWAI.n Pii'iLinya.
-J ..-4- ,.1
1 . ... ....