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ont fail to attend tlie Kam. con-
Send your Job Work to the Maui
News Job Ofliee.
James AUina, ii'otri'iciit. farmer of
. Mtikui' ao (Hud on Tuesikiy niiit.
Excellent sport is reported by tout
' hunters in the - mountains niauka of
iho hrst in-ist of cane will Ue rin
at tho Pi unene Mill on next Tliurt
day, January oil.
' The Ladies' Guiid of Wiiiluku nel
at the resilience of Mrs.G.B.Robtil
son, yesterday afternoon.
Ov ing to the congested condition
. of the columns of the News the delin.
quent lax list appears in supplement.
, See tlie new Ad. of the Kaliului
store this week, 'i'liey carry the larg
est stock of Lroods on tlie Island.
All those desirous of joining the
Wailuku Book Club for 1902, will
please hand $1.50 to Mrs. Ogg, on
before February G,1'J02.
i'lic Kamehameha boys will give
sacred concert at the Native Church
tomorrow night, and a collection will
be taken up for the cause they rep
That mudhole in the road opposite
the Chinese coffee joint near Kahului
is getting deeper and more danger
ous every day. Please fix it. Road
Excellent work was done at Kahu
lui last week in the. natter of unload
ing colliers, everything running like
'clockwork under the efficient super
vision ol Snpt. Filler.
Owing to scarcity of funds, the
'visit of Berber's Band to Maui has
been deferred to April 1, instead of
of Feb.l. Hope it wont prove an
April Fool, after all.
Work is being pushed on the road
'between Wailuku and Maalaea Bay,
which is now nearly as good as pe
'fore the kona storms of a year ago,
"save for the sunken crossings.
'It is about time that the Maui
Athletic Association ehould call a
Kneeling and arrange to colled.
Tamils' to pay some of its back bills. It
'is not ''right, boys, to neglect such
tEvery one should attend ttreenter
tUinm'erit to be given by. Prof. King
and the -Kaniehaiueba bovs at the
W&ilukvschool-house touight. A mus
ical treat is in 6tore, and the' cause
iS'a most commendable owe.
. For the past month, Wailuku has
enjoyed cool, crisp nights which rake
blankets a luxury, tlie beginning of
.Hie ' glacial penoa pernaps which;
astronomers predict as a result off
'tlie approaching relative positions of;
Majah Gustavus Adolphus Hutchi-J
son, the tonsorial artist of Wailuku
has organized a company of Wailuku'
iufant-ry, and makes the moonlightj
iiigkts vocal with his raucus com-'
mauds, but as the infants seem to en
joy it, ao one complains.
Friends of Thomas Krojse, pro
prietor of the old Arlington Hotel,'
Honolulu, will be pained to learu that
he commitied suicide on last Wed-
.hesday, shooting himself with a pistol.
He was a prominent mason, and an.
old resident of Honolulu.
The Pioneer Stable Co. of Lahaina
J is do'uiff a constantly increasing Lum-
iness. Press buttons and'olectilo bells'
Mre being itut in for the conveniencei
jf the resideuts of Lahaina, following'
the examples of tue Uismurk "and
lao stables in Wailulra.
By an oversight we eglected to J
'mention the fact in last week s issue
that at the installatiou -of 'K. of P.
filled the chair of C.C. last year, was
duly installed in the honorable posi
tion of Past Chancellor for tlie ensuing
Somo time since a swarm , of beea
domesticated themselves in tne 'ceil
ing of the Maui Hotel, 'arid -'proved
Vionispivea auite a nuisance toil
Manager Hagpnkamp, whbVas"c6nt-1
pelled to remove some boards and,
'smoke out the pelts with sulphur.1
Several buckets 'of delicious 'honey
. ' . ! l - .
Just before going to press t this
week, and too late for puWiealion,
an interesting , f onyu unjea Uon wats
received frpm, W., ,9. Aiken, Sob
. Agent, Fourth 'undDistrict, and B3
,'it 6ets the Nfw as well os tne
'public at large . l'fgk k 1 egarding the
water-leases to pol&ou Mui,rcom
-wiH gladly be made for it m wr Wxt
A da spent in riding through the
Kiliei Plantation is a revolution to
those who hm i:ot kept in touch
with its development.
There are approximately Bilf-0
acres of growing cane at Kihci,
mucli of it being 11s large and tine t.s,
any cane grown on central Maui,
and none of it that does not look
fairly veil. Including the raltoon
cane, there will be about 1300 acres
milled during the present season,
the output of which will probably be
about 8000 tons. New laud is being
put to cane as fast as water develop,
ments permit, and it is probable
that within two or three years, at
least 8000 acres will be m cultivation
and yielding crops of 23,000 tons per
year. This year's crop will be ground
at the new Puunene Mill.
Work is being pushed at the bi
pump, and the sump at the 300 ft
level has to be sunk only about two
feet further, a work of extreme
difficulty on account of the in rush' of
water. When this is done, and later
al drifts are run to develop water,
of which theio seems to be an inex-
haustable quantity, the pumps will
furnish a flow of twenty millions
gallons per day. At present about
nine millions daily are poured over
the Kihei cane fields. Tho coal used
by the pumps is a very expensive
item, but by July it is proposed t
have oil substituted for coal as fuel,
which will result in a saving of at
least oue half.
Mr. James Scott, the new manager,
seem to be tho right man in the rigln
place, and his thorough knowledge
of machinery will prove an important
factor in his usefulness. Mr. Jack
Dow, head luna, is one of the most
experienced cane cultivators on the
Islands and the flourishing condition
of the Kihei cane is a flattering trib
ute to his skill and energy. Mr.
Leslie Scott, as chief accountant, is
in charge of the office, and the store
and postofflce are in charge of Messrs
E. J. Baumberger and E. A. Davis,
two very competent, handsome and
graceful knights of the yardstick.
While of course it was a ponder
ous joke to have capitalized Kihei at
three million dollars, still the planta
tion is all right, up to its natural
limits, and will prove one of the per
manent money-makers of Maui.
A Garbage Dump Needed.
Oddly as it may sound, Wailuku
has absolutely no place to dump its
refuse trash and garbage. ..
Formerly it was hauled ont and
dumped in- the sand-hills, but they
are now "fenced. Then it was hauled
to the beach and dumped at tb.i
water's edge, near the slaughter
house, but recently the H. C. &.S. Co.
have seYVed "notice that no refuse must
be dumped on tho beach, as they owr.
the tide-lands" at that point.
Consequently the residents of Wai
luku have no place short of Maalaeu
Bay, and possiblj none there, to de
posit their 'refuse. The other day a
horse died lra Wkfluku and its owner.
Ja'pane.-, appfied to the Sheriff ol
Maui -for information as to what
should be done with the carcass. The
only advice he received was to dig n
deep hole and bury the aaimal 01.
his owu premises, which very unsani
tary thing he probably did.
The attention of the Board ol
Health is urgently invited to this
condition, which should ct eXist out
day longer. If nothing tlso 'can be
done, let the government begin con
demnation proceedings ot take other
effictive steps to secure a dumping
spot for the garbage 'of Wailku;
The Kama Visit MattnaoltK
By a special iuvitatiiih, tllfc 'con-
cort troupe of Kamehameha boys
visited Maunaolu Seminary yesterday
morning aud treated the teachers
and pupils to a choice ebter'taliiiment,
their music receiving 'High praise
from the audience.
At the close of tlie 'concert, the
boys were handed a pufse of $25.00,
donated by the Maunaolu girls to
help olong the gobd 'cause which
brought tlie hoys to Maui. The don
ation was in part a return for past
favors for the Maunablu pupils have
ndt forgotten the 'fcinmiefs showu
'them 'by the Kaniehdme'ba School,
which some time since gave a con
cert 'Retting $150, which was sent to
the Muiwaolu pupils. The &am. boys
also donated 25.00'tb help the Map
envelopes, etc., for llte'use of Mauna
olu. After'lhe onccrVi'e&terdov. the
ivam. s'Vicepted au invitation 1o
lunch at Maunaolu, and on leaving,
they tendered their hosts a serenade
which was rendered with the vim
grace and melody which is a distin
guishing feature of the average Kuir.
Polo Game tit Kr.hulul.
0.i last Saturday afternoon a very
interesting polo game was phi red at
Katmlui, the more notable because it
was the first giuno ployed by tho
wailuku pol.i r;lub.
The Makawno club was out in full
force, with a largo string ol trained
polo ponies, and to even things up,
the Makawao Club divided up, each
side taking a contingent of the raw
Wailuku boys, who took to the game
in line style, the result being some
very enjoyable sport. Amoung the
Makawao players were D. C. Lindsey
Frank Baldwin, L. Von Tempsky,
W. O. Aiken and Mr. Hogg while
Wailuku was represented by W.
Ault, W.H. Corn well, George Cumin
ings, A Jackson, W. C. Crook and II.
Weller. Fred Armstong of tho Mak
awno Club umpired the game.
It is said that Mr. Frank Baldwin
who will shortly move to Sprcckcls
ville, proposes to join the Wailuku
Club, and if he does, it will result in
the development of a. high class polo
club at Wailuku. It is to bo hoped
that Lahaina will catch the in infec
tion and organize a polo club, for
there is material! enough there to
make a strong team. With three good
teams on Maui, plenty of good sport
would be insured, and the time would
not be far distant when Maui could
meet Honolulu on even terms.
Kam. Concert This Evening.
Prof. King and the Kamehameha
boys will give a concert this evening
at the Wailuku Schoolhouse, which
will be well worth hearing.
This afternoon the Kam. boys will
play the Maui Athletic Club a game
of baseball at Wells Park, at two p.
m., for which a small admission fee
will be charged.
The following is tho program of
this evening's concert at the Wailuku
1. Hawaiian Medley arr. lung
2. Vienna March Soderberg
. The Mandolin Club
3. Kju Ipo, Kuu Lei. .Kane
4. Tom, the Piper's Son Kendall
5. Little Sparkers Lansing
' The Mandolin Club
G. Kaiuhni Edwards
7. Lihue arr. Richards
3. A Scene in Camp
9. Little Duchess .Kenneth
The Mandolin Club
10. Legends Mohring
. Double Quartet
12. Shine On, Oh Star Smith
13. Catastrophe Sprague
14. Hawaii Ponoi.
Base Ball at Wells Park.
This afternoon, a game of base ba'l
will be played at Welis Park, between
the Kams and the M. A. A.'s. An
admission fee of twenty-five cents
will be charged, the money to be ap
plied to defray tho expenses of poor
boys who wish to attend Kameameha
Tbe following will be the line up;
M. A. A.
Delinquent Tax List.
The News this week runs as a sun.
pleiuent the delinquent tax list, for
11101. This is the first supplement
ever issued by the News, and it heav
ily taxed tho time and resources of
the paper, but we are rather proud
Of it, more especially as it was not
placed iil the bauds of tho printer un
til noon on Wewiesday of this week
The FlrstrNatlonal frank of .Wai
luku Js attiacting a continually In
creasing volt'ine of business.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
An annual meeting of the stock
holders of Tho First Notional Bank
of Wailuku, for the purpose of elect
ing directors for tie ensuing year
will bo held u. their Bank ing House
in Wailuku, Maui, on Tuesday, Jan.
14, 1002, at 7::i0 P. M. )
C. D. LUFKIN
Office oi Comptroller- ol the Cur
rency. Washington, D. C, October 17, lf)6l.
AVI icrcas, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "Tlie First
National Bank of Wailuku," in the
Town of Wailuku. Territory of Ha
waii, has complied with all the pro
visions of tho Statutes of the United
States required to be complied with
before an association shall be author
ized to commence the business of
Now thercforcj, 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 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
Iu testimony whereof,
TSeall witness my hand and Seal
J of office, this Seventeenth
day of October, 1001.
T. P. KANE,
Deputy and Acting Comptroller of
In the Court Clroutt of tbe Socond Circuit,
TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
Ann in E. MuItudv
Cutis. P. Mnlvany
Libel In Derorce.
The Territory of Hawaii:
.To thoHlgh Sheriff of thTerritoryoi Hawaii,
or bis Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island of Maui,
or hi3 Duputy:
You are commanded to summon Charles P,
Mulvany, rosidiug at Lahaina, Island of Muul,
in the Territory of Hawaii, Defendant in cave
ho shall filu written answer within twenty days
after service hereof, to be and appear before
said Circuit Court ot the December Term thereof,
to be holden at Lahaina, Island of Maui, on
Wednesday tho 4th day of December next, tit
ton o'clock, A. M.. to show cause why tho claim
of Annie E. Mulvany. also rculdina nt said
Lahaina, plaintiff should not bo awarded tt her
pursuant to the touorof her annexed Petition.
And have you then there this Writ with fall
roturn of your proceedings thereon.
Witness, HON. JOHN W. KALUA,
, Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Seall - Second Clrcult.at Wuiluku.Maul.
T. H., this 17th day of October,
A. D. 1001.
(SignedJ JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Clerk.
I hereby enrtify the foregoing to be a true nnd
correct copy of the original summoua issued by
mc in said cause, and that the 'Court at the
December Term, Mil, of tho Second Circuit
Court, Territory of Hawaii, ordered publication
of the same, and a voutlnuanco of said cauue
until the next Juno Term, lu'.ia of said Court.
(Seal) JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Cleric.
Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 14th, Kill.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has removed his office,
as.Deputj Tax Assessor of Maka
wao from the building formerly occu
pied, to an office adjoining the Paia
Plantation Office, where he can be
found foi the transaction of business.
W. O. AIKEN.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1S6:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water ratoe,
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1902, will be due and pavable at the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter Works, on the 1st day of Janu
' All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after tbey are duo will
be subjec Jo 'an additional 10 per
cent j ' .
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1002,
(30 days after becoming delinquent;,
are liable to suspension without
fnrther notice. 1
Rates aro payable at the office of
the Water Works in the WTailukui
Court House Building.
W. K. B.il.
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku, Jan. 4, 1002.
One plano.scveral articles of Koa
wood furniture, including book
case, sideboard, etc.; one 3 wick
blue flame oil stove, with agate
stove ware, kitchen utensllsjtwo
bedsteads, with bedding, chairs,
sofas and other articles of house
1io4d and kitchen furniture.
For particulars, apply to
. A. N. HA YSELDKN
Write for Catalogue and Printed List.
Pearson & Potter Go? LtcL
THE MAILORDER HOUSE p? t.
Gen ral Merchandise
I Having Sold off OM
J Complete Assortment
Peers, Peaches, Plume V
and Tomctoes. .
Call zxii examine my Stock. )
Yoi trill find just what you want
at ttc right Price
iGoods Delivered at Wailuku. Waihto and Waikapu. A
ROAD WAGONS, CANOJY TOP &
SURREYS, " "
TWO SEAT WAGONS "
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. K. ISENBERG, Phksid.-.nt.
Chas. F. Hernck Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 Merchant Street. Hosoixr.r, Next to Stax.ien.vau Bini.mxo.
A beautiful sel tim
Coffee Pots, Ten Puts,
Bowls, Cake Disht-s,
and some lovely CLOCKS.
i HOFFMAN &
Jm First National
1 ! ' . . r, i - i
Incorporated under the Laws of the United States at
. Washing!, D. C, liOl. , . ; . , ,
W. J. T.OWPJE, Pn ssidsnt. . . . . W. T. ROniXSOX,' Vice-Pk::siuext
. . . 1 C. D. LUFKIN, Casbisc. . i ... .
F, J. WHEELER axu R. A; NVADSWORTH, Directors,
; . -v
' Solicits accounts of Corporations, Finns and IudiviJuals
'DRAWS EXCHANGE on all ParU,of the World
.. ays c:iTif!iitc but
And, enlarged my stort; I now
carry a new stock o!
LcTcs' Dress Goods
A. large consignment of
Shoos and Underwear on 1
tha wny fron San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hi?mf,
Racon and Silver Leaf
L:;rd. Full line of . fresh. 4
earned goods and fruits. $
CURTAINS $13. AND UPWARDS
P. O. Box 23
i.f triple phitel Silver
Bui tor PUkes. Sugar
Pitchers, etc,, etc , etc.