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is the right time to subscribe
Lqunil aud plover shooting is
up in the Kula District.
. Maui 'Athletic Associatlan
si failed to materialize on Mon
jht. - ' '
sr your Job Work at the News
Neat and satisfactory work
. W. Ault will hold a services
1'e Anglican Church tomorrow
iven o'clock, A. M.
is stated that the "Spokesman,"
paper recently started in Hono
, hai died of. inanition.
.4 K. of P. Castle Hall is nearing
)letion, and when finished will
je finest building in Wailuku.
o pet inudhola of Kahului is be
lied in, and work is to be done on
oad leading to Spreckelsville.
nfa'iauous showers and quite cool
.her (prevailed on Maui this week,
considerable snow on Haleakala.
uunene Mill is still running with
, hitch, and no changes are need
ccept perhaps heavier chains for
ihiku merchants still feel the
ton which followed the Christ
olidays, but business is begiu-
'here did you get that hat?"
ou need not tell, for the Kahului
is the only place where hey
.. F. Burlem is tearing down and
itruoting tho building on the
t siue of Market street, oppos-
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of
uluistho leading firm on the
s, and no mistake is made in
g with them.
Nws is indebted to an un
4 friend on Molakai for some
,ble and much appreciated ex
iles f rom the Coast.
Chinese celebrated their New
this week in Wailuku, with its
accompaniment of fire crack
lichee nuts, and Snamsbu.
3 stock of the Maui Soda & Ice
s Co., which was placed on the
t has all bten subscribed, and
)f it is in demand, but is not to
jad for loyo or money,
irj Pratt of Honolulu was expect
)ver this week to look after
tary matters on Maui, but was
ined by business and will proba
reaeh here on tne 18th, .
Steps are'being taken to re-incor
'ate and enlarge the Lahaina Ice
-jda Co., and some of the stock
' probably be placed on the
ket. Another good investment.
x-rintendent Filler has planned
up the polo grounds at Kahu
leveling the surface, putting
mdary boards, and otherwise
g it one of the best polo grounds
around at tho Maui Hotel
'ternoon and look over the fine
1 of shoes on exhibition by the
.acturers' Shoe Co. Mr. Love,
.gf r nf the Company, has the ex
.m in charge.
. James T. Taylor of the Amer
Shippiig Co. is on Maui this
to place a limited amount of
ook where it will do the most
' Under proper management,
ompany will prove a money
g investment. t
h nre under contemplation to
ve and enlarge Hailey Block in-
tho entire frontage from
n & Vetlesen's to the News
tnd also to put up a two story
g in tho rear of the lot. This
ich needed improvement.
Mr Kimura, tho Japanese
jlist, who was educated for
listry at the Moody Institute,
'o, returns from Haua today,
1 hold services at the Native
in Wailuku, in English, to
niorning. Mr. Kimura is au
ing speaker, well worth hear-
Lights," a handsomely got
onthly magaziue, published
Clement Hilo, is one of the
active little gems published
islands. Devoted principly
iterests of the aSvertising
it also contains much of
terest, and thedollar which
er year Is. wejl iuvested,
y, by merchants who want
just how to advertise.
Through the courtesy of W. F.
Pogue of Nahiku, the Newa received
by Saturday's Claudine a dozen
citrons grown on the rancho of Mr.
Pogue at Nahiku, from trees that
are only three and a half years old.
These citrons are marvels of beau
ty, size, color, symmetry and flavor,
and would undoubtedly make a hifu
class merchantable citron preserve,
The' trees are healtly and in a flour
ishing condition, and Mr. Pogue's
experiment with them demonstrates
the possibility of a large acreage of
citrons and a manufactory of citron
preserves at Nahiku in the future.
Mr. Pogue states that lime, lemon
and oi ange trees do quite as well as
oitron trees at Nahiku, and it is ad
mitted that some of the finest flavor
ed oranges on the Islands are grown
in the wet belt extending from Kca
nae to near liana.
This is simply another illustration
of the possibilities, lying dormant on
Maui, to engage in profitable indus
tries, and as the feasibilities of these
new industries constantly being devel
oped, are demonstrated, brains,
muscle and money will be found to
push them to a successful issue.
Will Change Railrond Track.
Superintendent It. W. Filler of the
Kahului Rail Road Co. is preparing
to make some important changes in
the line of railroad track between
Kahului and Wailuku.
At present the sharp turn and the
railroad crossing at the beach is
extremely dangerous on account of
the sand dunes that shut out the
approaching trains from the view of
those approaching the crossing with
teams, especially when the wind is
blowing a gale.
The track will be moved some hun
dreds of feet south of its present
location, so that tho point where it
crosses the road, as well as the
approaching trains themselves, can
be seen for quite a distance. , On
crossing the road, tho track will
skirt the pasture at greater distance
from the public roacl.
About a mile of new track, will be
laid, the material for which wiil
arrive on the next Hyades. Supt.
Filler states that heavier track will
bo laid in ail those places where the
strain is heaviest on account of
curves and steep grades.
On Thursday evening, Jan. 30, a
meeting of the West Maui Teachers'
Association was held in the Kinder
garten Hall. Owing to the absence
of the Secretary on account of illness,
the records of the previous meeting
were not read. In accordance with
the expressed wish of the members
present, Mr. J. P. Looney of Lahai
naluna Seminary gave a full ex
planation of the bond in the Merchant
of Venice, showing conclusively the
source from which the dramatist
borrowed several of the points pre
sented in that play. Tho professor's
address was given in felicitous lan
guage, aud was enlivened with anec
dotes. The second act of the Merchant of
Venice was read, and an interesting
literary exercise followed, most of
the members appearing in costume
representing the title of a book; ad
the guessing capabilities of the
teachers were well tested.
The large steamer Hawaiian ar
rived at Kaanapali on Jan. SI, and
several Lahaina people visited the
ship on Saturday.
An entertainment by tho Kame
hameha boys at Kindergarten Hall
last Saturday evening was liberally
A large train load of excellent
cane arrived at the Pioneer Mill on
The Right Rev. Alfred Willis, D.
D. , Bishop of Honolulu, arrived in
Lahaina on Jan. 31, and visited
several of his friends on the following
day, On Sunday last, he celebrated
the Holy Communion in the Church
of the Holy Innocents.at 7 a. m. At
the 11 o'clock service he gave an
address, and administered the Rite
of Confirmation to eight young
persons. He also preached iu the
evening. On Monday, at 11 a.m.,
he confirmed a young man, and went
over, to Wailuku in the afternoon.
There was a special celebration of the
Holy Communion at the Church of
the Innocents at 7 o'clock on Tues
day morning. '"
A considerable number of visitors
went on board the steamer Hawaiian
J on Sunday; and soma of them passed
the night on the vessel, as is was
not safe to go ashore, on account 'of
the heavy surf. The engineers caune
to Lahaina, and could notvtvn to
their quarters that night. Ul"sel
sailed on Monday night
Another store is it
construction on the wa j,
Dr. J, II, Raymond ot' Ulupa'akua
was in Wailuku ou Monday.
Mr. W. J. Lowrie left Honolulu for
the Coast on Wednesday's Alameda.
Mr. VV". K. Harnden, recently of
Olaa, has accepted a position at
Attorney P. N. Kahokuoluua of
Lahaina came oyer this week for a
short visit to Puia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jennings of
Spreckclsvillelef t on Tuesday's Kiuau
lor their new homo at Olaa.
Matt McCann and C. S. Sorimger
of Lahaiua visted Wailuku on Wed
nesday, returning the same day,
Mr. Jos. Freilas has accepted the
management of the Spreckelsville
store, to succeed Mr. C. F. Jennings,
Dr. Wall returned from Hana on
this morning, s Maui, and will have
his office at the Maui Hotel for a few
Joe Hogan, of the Charles Herrick
Carriage Co., Honolulu, has been
doing business for his house on Maui
Mr. S. Keliinoi has given up the
Armitage residence 1 and' moved to
SVaikap'i, where he has rented tho
Dorcas Richardson place.
Mr. Morrison has been appointed to
fill the position iu the K. R. R.
Depot office left vacant by the
resignation of Charle Shaw.
Mr. L. R. Crook has been installeu
as clerk of the Second Circuit Court,
and his many friends iu Wailuku are
much pleased to have him with us. ...
Mr. Holling, representing the San
Francisco Examiner, arrived on
Wednesday's Maui, and will spend a
week or so on the Island, in the in
terests of his paper.
'Billy" Love, the popular manager
of the Manufacturers, Shoe Co. Hono
lulu, is registered at the Maui today
where he has a large line of upvto
date shoe samples. r,
Mr. Grinbaum, of Grinbaum &Co.
Honolulu, accompanied by Mr. R. R,
Berg passed through Wailuku on
Wednesday from Lahaiua, to take
the steamer for Hana.
Mr. A. C. "Warner of the Kilby Co.,
who put the vacuum pan system in
Puunene Mill, has turned over the
sugar boiling department to the
regular boilers, anil leaves next week.
Mr. Chas. D. Lufkln of the Wailu
ku bank goes to Honolulu this after
noon to meet his mother and other
relatives from the Coast, who will re
turn with him to Wailuku next week.
Mr. Hagenkamp has resigned the
managership of the Maui Hotel, and
will probably leave Maui on the Ed
ward May, for the coast. Mr. Peter
man will succeed him as manager of
W. P. Barry, manager of the
Pacific Planing Mills, Honolulu, is on
Maui this week, superintending tho
placing of some fancy moldings and
oruamental woodwork in the new K.
Mr. W. C, Niesson of the Sugar
Apparatus & Manufacturing Co. of
Philadelphia who had charge -of in
stalling the Lillio evaporators at
Puunene, leaves tor a tour -of the
Islands with Morris Lillio next week,
after whjch he will return to Puu
nene to complete the second four of
Isaiah Bray, President
Jas. T. Taylor, Secretary
Nelson U. Lansixo, Treasurer
lean Shipping k Lt'd.
Main Office, Judd Building
,, ' y V 1 V.'li'i".
Telephones Main 169
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NKLsotr B. Laksixo, Agent -
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The report of the appointment of
ITmi. Samuel Parker as governor of
Hawaii is extremely doubtful. The
president's secretary Cortelyon stat
ed ou January 21) that the president
had not offered any one the governor
ship, and has not positively decided
to do so.
. Notice .is hereby given that the
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 ho can be
found fot the transaction of business.
W. O. AIKEN.
Sealed Tenders will be received
by the Superintendent of Pub'.lc
Works until 1 P. M. of ..Monday,
March 31st, 1902 for .furbishing the
Hawaiian Government Cast Ir?n
Pipe, Special Castings, Valves, Lead,
Hydrants and Yarn, .as follows:
Pipe to be cast iron bell and spig
ot pipe of good tough, elastic cast
iron in ordinary 12 foot' lenghle,
and uniform thickness coated 'with
coal pitch varnish put on by immer
sion of pipe already heated.
400 leughts 6 iu. pipe metal J in.
thick ,12 foot length.
700 length 4 in. pipe metal
14-32 in. thick, 12 foot lengths.
Gate valves iron body composi
tion mountings bell ends.
1-10 inch valve.
10 6 inch valves.
4 4 inch valves.
3 air yalves.
6 fire hydrants.
Bidder will state description of
valves and hydrants which they
propose to furnish.
Contractor will state price per
9,000 lbs. soft pig lead.
350 lbs. hemp yarn.
Each length of pipe to be subject
to a test of 300 lbs. per square
inch interual presure; certificate of
such test to accompany invoice.
The Superintendent of Publjc
Works reserves the right to increase
or diminish the above quantities,
Delivery to be F. O. B. on wharf
Kaanapal, Maui. Wharfage at ex
pense of contractor.,
Bidder will state in his proposal,
as follows: J
The price of Pipe per ton of
The price per lb. of Lead. ,
The price per lb. of Yarn.
The price per lb. of Special Cast
ings. The price each for Valves.
The price each for Hydrants.
Will be made with New York or
San Francisco Exchange, one half of
amount of each shipment on receipt
of Bill of Lading, aud the other half
on delivery in good condition and in
accordance with these specifications.
Time of delivery will be considered
in awarding contract.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Territory of Hawaii.
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, hi Makawao District. Bridge
to be furnished by the Government at
Huelo landing. Plans aud spec ifica
tions may be ieen at the Chairman's
office Paia, at the Tax Office in Wai
luku, and at the office of Hugh How
ell in Hana,
The Chairman of the Makawao
Road Board does not biud himself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
. W. O. AIKEN,
. Chairman Makawao Road Boardv
Paia, Maul, January 30, 1902. )
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' Write for Catalogue and Printed List.
Pearson & Potter Co.? Ltd.
TUT Mill ADnCD HAIICC I Corner Union and Hotel streets.
JllAili myiJJLft liyUL. , p. o. Box 74,
Houolulu, H. T.
Having Sold off Old Stock
tfats and Shoes,
And enlarged my store J now
carry a new stock of
L.ticU.Gs' Drees Goods
A large con sign ment of
Shoes and Underwear on
the way from San Francisco.
Of fresh groceries, including
fresh Diamond S. Hams, x
Bacon and Silver Leaf j
Lard. Full line of fresh i
canned sroods and fruits. f
Pears, Peaches, Plums 7
ond Tnmafnee. T
Call and examine my Stock.
You will find just what you want
.1 it.. Li ll
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iGbrds Delivered at Wailuku. Waihee and Waikapu. A
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARDS
TWO SEAT WAGONS.
HARNEiSS 12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENDERG, Piiesujent.
P. O. Box 234
Chas. F, Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 MunciiAST Street1, Honoixut, Next to Stanoe-jwam) Building.
WHITNEY & V1ARSH.
he First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States at
Washington, D. C, 1101.
W. J. LOWRIE, Pbesidest W. T. ROMNSON, Vice-Pkesident
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
F. J. WHEELER and R. A. WADSWORTH, Directors,
Solicits accounts of Corporatfoos, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on tillii'arta of tho World.. ....