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,Tlie Makawao polo club will play a
gaiiio.at Sunnyskle this afternoon.
. The News has humlloa a record
breaking rush of job work this week.
Wailuku is experiencing a series
of evening shovVers and cool nights
Fresh fruits always ou "hand at the
"Corner Store" of Kodrigues &
An interesting communication
from W. O. Aiken will be foupd on
the second page.
If you want a real good smoke,
drop lu at Hoffman & Vetlesen's and
get one of their choice cigars.
Gentle spring laden with green
mangoes and Kula eggs at thirty
cents a dozen, has reached Maui.
A Japanese hack driver from Wai
kapu was arrested and fined $5.0(1
for cruelty to auimals on last Monday.
Mr. L. R. Crook has received the
appointment of clerk of the Second
Circuit Court, to succeed CaptKeola.
The attention of contractors is
called t.) tuo "By Authority" notice
for sealed tenders, in another column.
' Among the archives of the News
office is a small boUle of sugar taken
from the first ''strike." at Puunene
The largest stock of ladies' and
gents' dress and furnishing goods in
town is to be found at A.J.liodrigues'
The Honolulu Republican suspend
ed publication last Saturday, and
will be greatly missed from our ex
The town is full of drummers tnis
week, who are busy stocking up
Jiaui merchants for the spring and
putnmer trade. , .- .
Puunene Mill started up on Wed
nesday morning for its season's run.
The first strike of sugar was made
on Thursday afternoon.
The kiadergarden at Wailuku has
been closed this week on account of
he illness of Mrs. Kuowiton, the
1 kindergarden teacher,
If you want something neat, natty
1 I ' ll .
tfUj OCl VIVWUUIO HI. KllO Jf V U OUlll
mer straw hat. look over the new
. stock at tiielvahului Store.
The four sugar mills on central
Maui are ruunjng to their full capac
ity, which means a daily output ol
over 300 tons, or about 2000 tons per
Judge Copp of Makawao has been
quite ill with pneumonia, so much so
that his friends were alarmed, but
the crisis is past and he is slowly
The young gentlemen of Wailuku
tendered the Kamehameha boys a
successful and well attended dance
at the Windsor Pavilion on Wednes
Wadsworth of the Maui Soda &
Ice Works says that he enjoys the
present cool snap, but the smile
which accompanied .the assertion
. was somewhat "icy."
Two large steamers of tho new
Seattle-Honolulu line have called at
. Kahului for sugar this week, which
with the local steamers give our sea
port u very busy appearance.
Work is still being done on tho
iroad between Wailuku and Maalaea
TBay, and as soon as completed a
' force will bo put on the road leading
from Kahului toward Spreckelsville.
, Two games of base ball were play
ed between the Kams and the M. A
A.'s at Wells Park, one on last Sat
urday afternoon and one on Wednes
day afternoon of this week, both of
which games were won by the Kams.
A mpptincr nf thrt stockholders li
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the Maui Drug Co. was called for
last night, but owing to the fact that
Auditor W G. Taylor was not pres
ent, the meet'mg was postponed until
he could be present and submit his
VA number of fatal cases of dysen
tery have been reported in Iao Val
ley below the Waiheo road, probably
the result of drinking impure river
frnd ditch water. The residents of
that locality should boil their drink
A new shipping company has been
organized to handle freight and
coqntrylproduce of the small farmers
on Mauil This ought to prove the
beginning of a. new era in certain
, lines of iudustsy on Maui, and the
more oue thinks about it. the bigger
Started Dp on Wednesdny.
Like a powerful giant awakened
from deep slumber, the Puunene
Mill on Wednesday morning at 10:45,
gave a great; shiver that clanked
and rattled its iron limbs, stretched
forth its great arms, puffed forth
gulus of fct.eam, and began to draw
between its teeth tons of juicy, suc
culent caue from which veru aoou
flowing a little river of cane juice.
So wisely planned and so well built
was the vast array of machiney that
it moved as though it had a soul
hidden somewhere which controlled
and directed its movements. " Every
piston, belt and pulley did its work,
andjlhad one' strolled into the mill
half an hour after it began to run,
ho could not hfrve told by observation
that the mill was running on a trial
To Mr. J. N. S. Williams', the con-
structjng engineer, belongs the
credit of having so well fulfilled his
tr.ust that the mill proved a success
from the time that the first cane
stalk dropped between the rollers.
The mill will probably run till this
evening, and will be closed tomorrow,
to start up on Monday for tho sea
A full and technical description of
the mill would transcend the limits
of a , newspaper article. Briefly,
however,' the cane is brought to the
carrier in cars, and is unloaded by
two of Gregg's Improved Cane Uu
loaders. Passing through the rollers,
the stream of juice is pumped to the
third floor where it first passes
through a series of sand filters, after
which it is carried to " the limo vats
to be clarified." From there it is
carried to an octuple' system of
Liilie evaporators on the first floor,
and froni there to the crystallizing
pans.' Mr. H. P, Baldwin states
that experience has recently proven
that 'a sextuple Liilie evaporator
system is sufficient, but that at the
time of installing the system it was
deemed wiser to provide for an oc
tuple effect, Further experiments
is this direction will be made at the
mill. The crystallizing vats like
every other appliance about the oill
are of the latest improvement known,
and Puuuene may fairly claim to be
the best as well as the largest mill
Mr. Morris Liilie the inventor ef
the Liilie evaporator system was
piesent, and also Mr. Warner who
represents the firm which installed
the crystallizing pans.. Mr. Warner
will remain for some weeks in charge
of the sugar boiling, and Mr. Walter
Lowrie and Mr. John Decoto will be
the regular sugar boilers. Mr.
Williams has accepted the appoint
ment of chief engineer, and his as
sistant will be Mr. Coffee.
JThe prespnt capacity of tho mill is
750 tons per week, but another set
of rollers is to be. added soon, which
will double its capacity. In the future,
a third set of rollers will added, if
necessary, which will bring the pro
ducing capacity of thp mill to about
500 tons per day,
Among those present were Hon,
H. P. Baldwin, Morris L,illie, Mr.
Warner, B. D. Baldwin, Dr. Diuegar,
and quite a number of interested
lady spectators, beside, the News
man, who was selected perhaps on
account of his reputation as a "blow-
hard," to pull the rope for a pro
longed noon whistle.
Kamehameha Boys on Mnul,
Professor King of Kamehameha,
with his concert troupe of boys from
Kamehameha School, met a generous
reception ou Maui, and left for Hon
olulu with quite a sum of money
raised for the support of poor boj s
who are desirous of attending Kame
While at Wailuku, the boys were
entertained as guests by School
Inspector Keliinoi, and were the
recipients of several pigs and barrels
poi from generous friends. Besides
giviug entertainments at Maunaolu,
Puunene, Wailuku andLahaina, they
played and won two games of base
ball with the M. A. A.s, and also
furnished the music at a dance given
for their benefit at the Windsor
Pavilion on Wednesday evening.
It is the intention of Prof. King
to visit some of the other islands
with the boys, for the same laudable
object which brought them to Maui,
and it is hoped that they may meet
with the same generous support
which met thojr efforts ou Maui.
On Thursday evening, Jan. 211, a
vpry pleasant dance was given by
Mr.'and Mrs. F. II. Ilayseldcn at
their residence Latiikoha in honor
of Master Spencer LJi'.'k erton, who
with his mother Mrs. II. F. Bicker
ton have been the guest of Mrs.
V. H. Hayseldon for the past three
weeks. The dance cloth was laid ou
the f.paeious lanai aad the young
folks enjoyed themselves immensely.
Among those present besides the
Hayseldon fain. ly were Mrs. JI. F.
Jiiokeriou ar.d son, Dr. and Mrs.
Chas. Davison. Miss Clara Norlheo,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Vetlesen, Miss
Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Decoto, Miss
Bar tar, Miss Cooke, Miss Hadley,
Mr. and Mrs. Malony, Miss M. C.
Casin, Master McCauu, Miss Henn
ing, Master Henhing, Master Olsen,
the Messrs Olsen, Mr.Campbell, Miss
Richardsou, Miss Ivy Richardson,
Miss Taylor, Mr. Randolph, Mr.
Runieke, Mr. Olsen, M. Dodun, Mr;
J. Hose, Dr. O. E. Wall, the Messrs
Bonyestfeld, Postmaster A. WTaal,
Dr. A. B. Weymonth.
Laliainaluua, Semir.ary, has just
received a valuable Christmas pre
sent irom the Depr.rtmr-nt of cduca
li.ui, consisting of apparatus for
illustrating Physical ana Chemical
Science. Prof. J. P. Looney is pre
paring to divide tho classes in these
sciences, so that they will go into
the laboratory for experiments one
day, and into, the class room for
recitation from the text on the follow
ing day; thus allowing the students
ta test the principles before they
are required to recite on the subject.
This will certainly bo a great im
provement. Walter H. Hayselden is visiting
his mother, who has been somewhat
indisposed, but is now much better.
Eddie Rogers, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Hose for two or three
weeks, has returned to Wailuku.
The Hark W. D. Flint sailed for
Makaweli on Tuesday morning, to
discharge freight and receive a car
go of sugar.
It is expected that Bishop Willis
will preach in the church of the Holy
Innocents, next Sunday.
A fisherman brought in a beauti
ful specimen of a marine plant, some
Postmaster A. Waal has received
a Densniore typewriter, one of the
best machines now in use.
vWhen a further water supply is
developed, it is expected that elec
tric power will bo employed,, to some
extent, on the plantation.
Four mails from Honolulu were
received at Lahaina post oftice .on
Tuesday. They were brought by
the steamers Kinau, Eclipse, Clau
dine and Noeau.
A meeting of tho West Maui
Teachero' Association was held in
Kindergarten Hail on Thursday even
To Be Incorporated.
Articles of incorporation are be
ing drafted for the Maui Soda & Ice
Works, and a charter of incorporat
ion will be at once applied for.
The plant will be captilized at $35,
000, and it is understood that a block
of the stock will be placed on the
market, although Mr. Wadsworth
will subscribe for and retain a maj
ority of the stock, Application has
been made by two or three parties
to take up all the stock to be sold,
but the management deem it wiser
to sell the stock in smaller lots. At
the proposed capitalization, the stock
will pay large dividends, and it will
undoubtedly be snapped up as soon
as placed on the market.
The articles of incorporation will
also provide for the installation and
operation of on electric light and
power plant, whenever deemed ad
Death of Eddie Dickins.
On last Sunday, little Eddie Dick
ins, the eldest sou of Mr. A. J. Dick
ius, manager of Lovejoy & Co. at
Wailuku, died at his home in Wai
luku, of dysentery. He had been sick
for ten or twelve days, and through
the unremitting attention of his phy
sician, was beginning to recover, but
during the latter part of the week
he had a relapse, and passed away
Little Eddie was a very bright,
lovable child and tho grief of the
parents is deeply felt by nil thoso
who had learned to know and love
It is supposed that the origin of
the sickness was the use of the water
from Iao river, as several other
children have recently died in the
same vicinity from the same cause.
Mr. A. J. Lyon, tho Honolulu b ok
agent and dealer, is on Maui.
Prof. King and his Knm'boys leave
for Honolulu on the Chmcline tonight
Mr. Ja-i. l. lavlor rame over lo
Wniluk u on last night's Mam. .1 Lor.
Attorney John Richardson nf L
haina came over to Vuilv.ku oi
Mr. M. S! Levy of the Star visitr.
liana tins week, and returned
Wailuku this morning.
L. W. Walthingiiam of Seattle.
officer on the S. S. Tampico, spent
Thursday night in Wailuku.
Charles Shaw, the marine reporter
of the News has severed his connec
tion with the K. R. R. Co.
Dr. O E. Wall, a prominent dei.-
usu oi jionoiuiu, ieti wauuku on
Wednesd.i's Claudine for Kana.
W. R. Sehoof, travelling man for
Theo. II. Davies & Co.. is lookini?
after the wants of the Maui mer
chants this week.
Mr. F. Petermanof the Maui Hotel
took- a run over to Honolulu on Mon
day's Mauna Loa, returning on ti t
Claudine, Wednesday morning.
Mr. L. E. Bcebe, the Honolulu
agent of the new steamship line run
ning to Kahului, came over on the
Tainpieo on Wednesday and spent a
day or two in Wailuku.
Mr. C. F. Jennings has accepfed a
proposition made to him tome time
since, to go to Olaa and take charge
of the Plantation store, and will
shortly leave Spreckelsville.
Mr. Warner, representing the
Kilby Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, who in
stalled an unproved set of crystalling
vats in Puunene Mill, will remain in
charge of the vats for a ' few weel s
to 'look after their work until the
sugar boilers learn all the ins and
outs of the new system.
DICKINS At Wailuku, Maui, H. T.
on January 2ti, 1902, Eddie Gray
Dickins, the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. ".Dickins, agel 5 years and 3
Notice is hereby given that ti e
undersigned has removed his office,
as Deputy Tax Assessor of Maka
wao from 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.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE
RECEIVED by the Chairman of the
Makawao Road Board, W.O.Aiken, at
his office at Paia, Maui, on Friday,
February 14th, 1902, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the construction or erection
of . a bridge at Kailua, beyond
Huelo, in MakawaoJDistrict. Bridge
to be furnished by the Government at
Huelo landing. Plans and' specifica
tions may be seen at the1 Chairman's
oftice Paia, at the Tax Office in Wai
luku, and at tho office of Hugh How
ell in Hana,
The Chairman of the Makawao
Road Board does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
W. O. AIKEN,
Chairman Makawao Road Board.
Paia, Maui, January 30, W02.
In accordance with Section 1 i f
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 186:
All persons holding viator privi
leges or those paying water rater,
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1902, will be due and pavablc at tho
office 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,
(30 days after becoming delinquent),
are liable to suspension without
Rates aro payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. Bal. .
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku, Jan. 4, 1902.
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