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Personal mention on fuunh page.
Now is tho time to start your pap
aia nursery, if you wish to revel in
thai golden fruit next winter.
If you want utat. ehi ap nn1 satis
factory job work d ine, send your or
ders to tin; Maui News Job Office.
An cnukic of I'io Iv ihu'. ji Tl.R. was
ditcuud yesterday about noon, on the
road near tin; bev.:'.i, but. was Halted
The weather has le n simply de
liglitlul at Wailuku this week, and
the. nights are cxl enough to make
sleep a luxury.
Kahului harbor presents a pretty
sight theau days, with its forest of
inasts, and ruisiness is extremely
lively at that sea-port.
Travel, which was interrupted by
the holidays has commenced again,
,und the hotels in Wailuku are begiu
jptug to fill up once more.
Another Jap runaway on Market
street this week. Somebody is goiug
to be killed yet if the, Japs are Dot
restrained from horse-breaking on
Thero is a nasty bit of mud-holo on
the road leading out of Kahului to
wards Puunene, just opposite the
Chinese coffee joint. Touch it up
please, Mr. Road Board.
Soo the new ad of the Pioneer
Stables at Lahaina, on second page.
t Mr. Henuing will prove an energetic
stable man, and in Manuel Dutro ho
has a first class manager.
v On last Staurday evening, Aloha
Lodge, K. of P. installed the following
officers for the ensuing year; John
Walsh, C. C; F. J. Wheeler, V. C;
Jas. L. Coke, P.jFerd. Hons, M. of P.
Three1 sugar mills, in sight of Wai
luku, are now runniug in full blast,
and the "baby" at Puunene will be
turning out 150 tons a day, about the
first of February. That means good
times. . .
The kincWgarden at the Settle
ment Bulding opened with a good
attendance this week, considering the
fact that quite a number of last
. year's class have now begin atten
dance at' the Wailuku grammar
The new mill at Puunene has been
"turned over" this week, and is found
to work all right. On Thursday, Jan
uary 30, it is proposed to put the
first run of cane through the mill, i
v'Spreckelsville post office has ceas
ed to exist, having been moved to
the new mill and rochristenod "Puu
nene Post Office." Mr. Wm. Walsh
will officiate as postmaster,' and all
mail hereafter addressed to Spreek
elsvillo will bo sent to Puunene post
The lease of the waters of Nahiku
District is to bo sold at public auc
tion. This lease should be so drawn
as to protect the rights of those to
whom the government has sold lands
in Nahiku District, so far as irriga
tion and fluming cane is concerned
There is at present a great scare
ity of fresh fish in the local market
hut Judge Kepoikai is having an nr
mense net constructed, consisting- of
two parts each 120 fathoms in length
to be used at the Kahului fishery, and
this may afford some relief to lovers
of brain food.
On Tuesday evening last, an elec
tion of officers for the First National
Bank of Wailuku was held, and,
sharp contrast to the recent election
of officers at the First National
Bank of Honolulu, perfect harmony
prevailed, all of the old officers beirg
Beautiful advertising photograph
of the Kamehameha Quintette Club
and the Athletics of Kamehameh
are on exhibition in the leadin
windows in Wailuku. Prof. King and
his boys will give their first enter
tainraent at the Wailuku Schoolhouse
on Saturday evening, January
admission, 50 cents, and it goes with
oat saying that they will havo a big
The Bismark Stables Co. of Wa
luku has been reorganized and th
following are the officers elected for
the1 ensuing year; A. G. Dickens
President; II. Amundsen, Vice Pres
ident, T. B.'Lyons, Secretary; W. T.
Robinson. Treasurer; M. Faustino,
Auditor. These Stables are fairl
entitled to the claim of being the
leading Stables of Mam, and many
Improvements, including new rig
Sanitary Jnspectoi Needed;"
In sparsely settled farming com
munities, where the farm houses
stand from half a mile to a mile apart,
no special sanitary measures are
needed, and tho health of the com
munity is gauged by the natural
conditions of the locality.
Hut on Maui, us on the Islands
generally, an artificial condition ex-
is v. .ncui reiiOers me constant ser
vices ot a sanitary inspector almost
lisporsal.-Io. j !.c i cople hero uii
vc either in villages, or m compact
omrnunities, ar.d the li'ik of them
e brutally ignorant of the elenien-
ary laws o sanitation, une does
not have to go outside of Wailuku to
find painful illustrations of this state
affairs. Market street for in
stance is studded with pest-brecd-
g holes in the guise of poi shops
and laundries, which ure a constant
threat to the health of the communi-
Slops are thrown out on the
ground in many places, sometimes
on the street, instead of being emptied
into drains. Pigsties are establish
ed in close proximity to residences.
Back yards are allowed to accumu
late with debris for months at a
itne. In countries where a freezing
inter follows the warm summer
months, such a condition wou'd not be
so deplorable, but on Maui, where
ternal summer reigns, these con-
Itions are exaggerated and intensi
fied, leaving the people at the mercy
of any prevailing disease. Without
a sanitary inspector to look after
these things and enforce proper
ules adopted by the board of health,
conditions cannot and will not im
prove. The Board of Health in Hon'
olulu, on whose tender mercies the
people of Maui are forced to depend
in this matter, will prove themselves
criminal'y. negligent, if they delay
the appointment of a sanitary in
spector much longer.
In the meantime, other disease
breeding pests, such as vermin, in
cluding rats, mice, cockroaches,
flies and even fleas should be the
objects of an unending warfare on
the part of all house-keepers. Rats
and mice, particularly, are so danger
ous to neaitn mat m iionoiuiu,
thousands of dollars aro being spent
in exterminating them, and it cannot
be too strongly impressed upon the
householders of Maui, especially the
more ignorant and uncleanly classes,
that the extermination of rats and
mice in their vicinity is an essentially
To do all this, the supervision of
a practical man is constantly needed,
and for this reason it is hoped that
the Honolulu Board of Health will
listen to tho plea of the people of
Maui and appoint a sanitary inspec
tor for the Island,
A Narrow Escape.
On Tuesday evening, a Japanese
was encaged in the dangerous work
of horse breaking on Market street
He had hitched an unbroken horse
to a cart and was walking by its side
leading it by a rope halter.
The horse became frightened and
made a dash for the sidewalk, throw
ing the Japanese against the fence
and knocking him down. The horse
then ran with breakneck 6peed along
the sidewalk toward Lovejoy & Co. 'i
Mr.F.J. Wheeler and her two little
children were coming down the side
walk, and barely had time td mov
aside, tho wheels of the cart almos
brushing them as the horse ran by
The animal ran into another cart a
the corner of Market and Main,
which threw him, but he scrambhd
to his feet turned and ran back dow n
Market street breaking tho cart to
which he was hitched to splinters.
The News has had occasion many
limes to complain of careless hahils
of Japanese drivers, and will have
casualties to record, if ti e Japs are
not taught to be more careful.
A. N. Hayselden Resigns.
The Maui police force has just lost
its most efficient officer, in the re
signation of Mr. A- N. Hayselden,
Deputy Sheriff at Wailuku. Mr.
Hayselden has some large and im
portant private interests which de
mand . his personal . attention, and
for that reason he was compelled to
sever his connection wita official life.
Both as an officer and as prosecut
ing attorney Mr. Hayselden has won
an enviable record, and Sheriff Bald
win hardly be fortunate enough to
find another deputy as fully qualified
for the position as was Mr. Hayselden.
V. E. Shaw's Pllikta.
W.E. Shaw, of Nahiku, some years
since bought a tract of land in the
Nahiku Coliee Lands district nnd
has sot out about !H) acres of it to
aiv. a considerable portion cf which
is now ri pe.
The Nnhiku Plantation having fall-
n through, Mr. Shaw's only rcLouive
is to liume his cane to the Liana Miil,
an-t for this purpose tie lias t uiit a
fl'jire li'Oin his' cunu fluid to the
erminus of the Ilar.a Plantation
But the trouble, is thai ho has no
water to flume the cane. This could
be easily overcome by building an
other Hume to conn'ect with a per
manent stream, but the goverment)
now proposes to sell a lease of the
Nahiku water rights, and Mr. Shaw
fears that if ho builds another flume
he will run one end of it into an inter
While every encouragement should
be offered to the people of central
Maui to conserve the waste waters
of tho Nahiku District, which will
add millions to the wealth of Maui,
still the government should protect
the interest of the settlers to whom
it sold lands in Nahiku District to
the extent of reserving from the lease
sufficient water to enable Nahiku
planters to flume their cane to the
Fred IT. Kayseldeu and Miss Clara
J. Northon returned from Lanai last
Saturday. Dvid ahd Rachel Hay
selden are expected to arrive today.
Dr. Ormonu E. vv all tho well-known
dentist of Honolulu, has an office in
the Pioneer Hotel, during his brief
sojourn in uahaina. lie will pro.
bably visit Wailuku, before return
ing to Honolulu.
Mr. Molony is expected home the
latter part of the week, and will
shortly resume his survey for the
Lahaina Water Works.
There was a pleasant social, last
Saturday evening, at the residence
of Miss Fauuy L. Barker.
Mrs. -Prances Molony invited some
of her friends to a card party on
Mrs. C. B. Olsen gave a dinner
party on Sunday, and musical selec
Mr. Duvon, who has recently ar
rived from Germany, has a valuable
camera, and has taken somo excel
A boy Darned Maila Kuluhi, 11
years of age, while taking horseback
exercise, had a collision with
hack last baturclay night, and was
thrown from his horse. A flesh wound'
in his leg was closed with several
Mrs. Judge Bickerton and her son
of Honolulu, have recently returned
from trip to Sydney, New South
Wales. . They are the guests of
Fred H. Hayselden.
A meeting of the West Maui
Teachers' Association was announc
ed for Friday evening, at Kinder
Mr. Henning's infant daughter has
been seriously ill, but was much
better at last accounts.
A ncwiy-patented machine is
successful operation at tho Pionee
Mill. The contrivance is called
c ine-carrier, and it saves the labo
o: five men m unloading the cane
cars. A similar machine has boe
purchased for the mill at Spreckels
Another labor-saving device at
the Pioneer Mill is the dumping of
coal, from an elevated track.
It is understood that a subscrip
tion paper is in circulation, to rais'
funds for the construction, of anothe
house of worship in Lahaina. It will
bo occupied by the "Chr'stian" con
gregation, of which Rev. St. Joh
James Matthews is the pas'tor. It
is claimed that members of this
church will certainly be healed
should they contract leprosy or con
Business Improving tn Germany
BKiiUN, January 2. President
Koch of tho Reischbank is of the
opinion that the busiuess situation in
Germany has taken a turn for tli
better. "Tho worst appeals to be
past." said ho. "This is not merely
my personal impression. The state
ment is based on reports I Lav
received from tho various parts of
Germany where an improvement of
the situation bas begun.'
nnual Meeting ol Sto. kholderr.
An annual meeting of tho stock
lolders of The First Niitional Funk
Wailnku, for the p -. : - j . ;c of e'ect-
1 ciiMung yeur
!;in:. ii is House
ill be held n
, their 1
, 1IKI2, at 7
:m p. m.
IVtce of Con- plroi'c:
i? t!i? Car.
'ashh'gtr.n. D. C. Octo! er IT, 1
Whereas, by saHt-fuetory evi h-sico
resented to the undersigned, it i.r.s
been made to appear that "The First
National Bank of Wailuku," in the
Town of Wailuku, Territory of Ha-,
wp.ii, has complied with all tho pi o-
isions of tho Statutes of the United
States required to be complied with
before an association shaU be author
ized to commence the busiuess of
Now therefore,!, Thomas P. Kane,
Deputy and Actiug Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify that
The First National Bank of Wailu
u," in the Town of Wailuku, in the
District of Wailuku, Territory of
Hawaii, is authorized to commence
the business of Banking as provided
iu Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine
of the Revised Statutes of
In testimony whereof,
ro n witness mv hand rrd Seal
L&ea1-1 of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, lL'Ol.
T. P. KANF,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In tho Court Ctrcutt of tbs Soe::(l CMrei-.i'
TERRITORY OF I7AWAII.
Aarle E. Mulvunyl
Lilcl la Dave rco.
Chan. P. Mulvany
The Territory of Han nli:
To tho High Shoi lIT of the Terrttcry nl Hawaii,
or his Deputy, tho Sberlfi of the Island of Maul,
or his Deputy: ,.
You arc commanded to i:r,m:non Chr.rlos P.
Mulvauy, rosldlug ut Lahaina, Is.lniicl of Maui,
in the Territory of Hawaii, Defendant iu care
ho shall file written answer wiihla twenty iloys
after service hereof, to ho and appear before
said Circuit Court at the December Term thereof,
be holden at Lahaina, Lsh.nd cf Maul, on
Wednesday the 4th day of December next, tit
en o'clock, A. M.. to show cansi why tho elaitn
of Annie K. Mulvauy, al;:o re.'.li'.tps t "id
Lahaina, plaintiff should tot be awarded ti. ncr
pursuant to tho tenor cf Ler annexed Petition.
And have you then tharo tLlj Writ v. it'i f jll
return of your proceeding.! thereon.
Wltnedd, HON. JOP.N W. KAL" A,
Juc'ifo cf the Circuit Ctiuit of t!u
Seal Second Circuit,::: Wi'.ilr.ku.Miuit.
T. II., tM:i l?th diij' cf October,
A. D. lf 1.
(Signed) JAS.-N. K. KEOLA, C!er'.:.
I hereby certify tho foregoing to be a true and
correct copy of tho original nummons i.:ued l,y
me in nald caue, nni that the Court ut the
Deoember Term, Wil, rf th Second Circui
Court, Territory of Unwuii, or ired publi.iitlon
of the same, and a continuance of ?nid caur
until tho next J -ne T : ia, W ! of t :M 'mirt.
(Seal) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Cleilt.
Lahaina, Maui, Dee. Ufa,
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has removed his cilice,
as Dcputj Tax Assessor of Maka-
wao from the building formerly occu
pied, to an office adjoining tho Puia
Plantation Office, where be can be
found for the transaction of business.
. O. AIKEN.
In accordance with fcecticn 1 of
Chapter XXVI of li e laws, of 1SFC:
All persons holdii:" vater privi
leges or those pi!yi'.) water rates
are hereby noiiued that the wuU-r
rates for the term omum Jur.e !o,
min i .1 .1 11.. . .1 (
v l in in i' in ii i il ill
oflice of the Wailuku & Ki.k-.iU-.i Wa
ter Works, on the 1st dny of Janu
All such rates remaining' unpaid
for 13 days after they are due wi)
be subject to an additional 10 ptr
A.11 privilofres upon wh'.di rales
remain unpaid rebruary l., i:ur,
(;0 days after becoming dt'linquent;,
are liable to suspension wit'mut
Rates aro jiayable at the olice of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal.
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku, Jan. 4, UH)2.
One piano.several articles of Koa
wood furniture, incluai:: book
case, sii'.ebounl, etc.; oi.e !J wick
blue tlamo oil f.tovp, with ntjate
stove ware, kitchen utensilajtwo
bedsteads, with be liilnr, chai:,
sofas and other articles of house
hold and kitchen furniture.
For particulars, apply o
A. N. HAYSELDEN
Write for Catalogue and Printed List.
Pearson & Potter CoLtd.
THE MAIL ORDER ROUSE j iSZwr1 IIOSSn.T.
Having Sold off Old Stock
And enlarged my store I now
carry a new stock of
Lsidics' Dress Goods
Pears, Peaches, Plums
Csll end examine my Stock.
oi will find just what you want
, at the right Pi'Ice
lGoods Delivered at Wailuku. iWaihce and Wnikapu.
ROAD WAGONS, CrV'Py J0
TWO SEAT WAGONS
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST
P. R. ISENBERG, President.
Chas. F, Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
123 Merchant Street, Honoluu', Next to Stanoenwai.d Buildixo.
I i i
A beautiful selection of triple plated
, CoITeo Pot.s, Tea Pots, Butter Dishes,
Bowls, Cako Dishes, Pitchers, etc., etc
and some lovely'. CLOCKS.
Thr First National
Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States at
Washing-ten, D. C, 1001.
W. J. LOv'i:li:, President W. T. RODIXSON, Vh-e-Pbesident
C. I), LUKKIN, Cashier.
F. J. WHEELER and R. A. WADSWORTII, Directors,
Solicits accoun.'a of Corporntions, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on allParts of the World.
b:yj3 ctnif'tete fcr.t
Shoes and Underwear on
tho way from San I'rancisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hums,
Racon and Silver Leaf (f
Lard. Full line of fresh
earned goods and fruits.
$90. AND UPWARDS;
P. O. Box 234
ft b a ra
and teams, are under way.