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fTob worn promptly, neatly and
Cheaply done, ul the News ullice.
' The entire road frinu uihik u to
Laliaina is now in lirstclasconuiiioii.
The choral society held a praciae
meeting on Monday evening at Alex
There are forty-seven licensed
linclis in ailuku, una all sei in to be
Travel in quite lively on .Maui this
week, and ttie hotels, bol-n at Luhu
"ina unci V uiiuku ure rimuing full.
Sorehead is beginning to uppear
among young chickens iuWunuhu,
coincident wiLh the mango season.
A lit'le Japanese gu I iell in the tla
makuapuko ditch und was ui'onnt'u.
during tlie early patt ot the week.
.. If you really want to do business
on Muui, inlonn the public oi lout
fact through the advertising columns
of the News.
Considerable bickness, principally
fevers is reported, in Wauuku this
'aek, probably the alter elicets oi
Up Kunului harbor has been bare
essels this vvl'ck, lue next one
peeled being the S. S. EureUa
.0111 Sail i'Yaiieiseo, v. a iloiio'.uiu.
! The two w uler leases on iiaui were
1 sold to Hon. 11. P. Baldwin, aud tne
I H, C. & Co. will in auo time rt-
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LOST. Between UamaKuupoKo
and lvuhuiui on Sunday Z.hd lust,
Jjauies' .bracelet composed of eight
Hawaiian 1U cent pieeiS. "Kewaru"
Market street is beginning to wear
quite a business-like aspect, with li.e
advent ot new blocks ol builuiu
ijet the good wori; ot weeding
the shacks be pushed.
NOTICE. There is still one store
to Jet on the first floor of Pythian
Hail building, and any one desiring
,io secure it .should make immediate
I). L. MEYERS.
The News received u package ot
anicuui grass this week, and eiiorts
ivilf be made to propagate this vaiu-
ble loader. If successful, we will
tiivide with our neighbors.
road is in admirable condition
en Wuiluku and Maalaea Bay,
hich the. road board deserve
limited credit. The road to Kiliei
uus also been put in tine condition.
h All those wno have received state
ments from the business end of the
i pUAfi News, ai o requested to give
Ht.e matter their unoivioed atteniion
for a few minifies, more especially
those who owe back subscription dues.
See the new ad. of the Pioneer
Hottl at Lahaina. Manager Free-
land is buildiug up a line hotel busi
ness iu the city ot palm-trees, aud
the stockholders are looking pleas.
ant enough to have their pictures
Several nimroJs of Wuiluku went
up iu the Waikapu mountaius last
Sunday, aud returned with numerous
adventures to relate. One of the
feunters lost himself and his watch.
$Ie finally found himself, but the
vatch. is still missing.
The Puia Plantation Store has
t hanged its ad. this week, not be.
'causu they don't still carry tlie larg
ViCld best assortment N)f Gent's
;Shili in the Island, but just
tl'chally" because they love to ta
bout! t-oiiiethiug good to eatr
The cool weather which has pre
yailod at Wailuku for the past two
weeks lias abated. and wasfollowed bv
south winds which suddently swuug
I round the north bringing a heavy
rain storm on Thursday uight. The
itpio lias been quito geueral on Maui,
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4 TTl W ILL JLUUUUIV iuuiuiuc 1UI
well as those who desiro to become
members, should make it a special
poiut to attend tho regular meeting
at the Wailuku court-house on Mon
day eveuing, as several matters of
special importance will come up, for
.iscussion, Bring fifty cents with
ou aud come early.
A 'well attended stockholders'
leeting of tho Maui Soda & Ice Co.
as held at the Wailuku - Bank on
.Veduesday evening. Tho fallowing
iflicers were elected: R. A. Wads
V(Jh, President; Jas. Kirland, Vice
' Adentj Geo. lions. Secretary; C.
p. Lufkin, Treasurer; F. J. Wheeler,
Auditor. Bylaws were adopted, and
gther important busiuess transacted.
On last Saturday afternoon, the
1 olo teum ol the M. A. A.'s held a
practice game at Kahului. Among
the players were Frank Baldwin, I,.
R Crook, W. II. Corn well, Jr.,
Gi orge Cumniuigs, V. Ault, James
Thompso.., George Henderson, Geo.
Ktemy, 11. Welleraud Cbas. Braun,
Although a practice Kanie of novices,
some on green mounts, still it was
in' cresting, ana served to determine
the fact Unit the new team has some
i.ijjh class pi'lo talent in its ranks,
and that a match game with the
Makawao team is a certainty iu the
On Monday eveuing, a - special
meeting of the M. A. A.'s was held
at the Wuil'iku court-house, to dis
cuss polo aim arrange details. Mr.
Frank Baldwin was elected captain
and instructor of the M. A. ' A; polo
A committee of 'three consisting of
George Hons, Frank Baldwin and
11. Welter, was appointed to make
arrangements, if possible to secure
an addition to Wells Park, for polo
purposes, as the Kahului grounds
are rattier slippery for polo practice.
The committee is to report at the
regular meeting on next Monday
night, at which time a full altei dance
of members is desired, as several
other matters of interest are to come
up, notably several amendments to
A pi actice game of polo was pro
posed for this afternoon at Kahului.
Subscriptions, back dues and new
membership fees are pouring in, and
the Association will soon be in good
The members of the polo club are
to furnish their own ponies and mal
lets, and the Association will furnish
the polo ball?.
The war cry of the Morning Star
aggregation of ball smashers is:
"Who are who are who are we?
We are we are M.R.'s. See?"
Mr. C. B. Wells, manager of the
Wailuku Plantation entertained Man
after Gjerdrum of liana and Manager
Meyers of Hamoa at an elegant luau
on last Saturday evening. While
the feast was a genuine native luau,
yet it was embellished with certain
haole features that added to the
charm of the occasion. At the close
of the luau, dancing was indulged in
to a late hour. Among the invited
guests present were: Manager Gjer
drum, liana; Manager Meyers and
wife, Hamoa; Miss Pratt, Mr. C. D.
Lufkin and family, Judge and Mrs.
J. Kalua. Dr. and Mrs. J. Weddick
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coke, Mr. and
Mrs. Kepoikai, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ault, Mr. aud Mrs. C. Waldeyer,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Keliinoi.
New Mail Contract Let.
Mr. A. do Rego of tho Tao Stables
and stage lino has been'awarded the
mail contract between Wailuku and
Lahaina, a well as several minor
lines on Maui, for the term of four
years from July 1, 1!)02. This con
tract embraces the same routes for
which the lao Stables are now carry
ing the mails, but the contract price
for he new contract is considerably
lower than that for which the mail is
being carried at present. The new
contract price is a little over $120
Tho do Rego Bros, have been very
prompt and efficient hi tho matter of
handling of the mails, and people
generally will learn with pleasure
that th"' have secured the upw conr
Win. Saffery succeeds Hayselden
Capt. Wm. .Saffery has accepted
the situation of Deputy Sheriff at
Wailuku, to succeed A. N. Hayselden,
who recently resigned. Capt. Satlery
has proved a model police officer,
and will doubtless fill his new position
with satisfaction. Mr. Hayselden
was entertained tit a dinner at the
Maui Hotel last night by Attorney
Jas. L. Coke, after which he left on
the Kinau for Honolulu to enjoy a
short holiday before entering upoii
bucolic pursuits on North Maui.
The American Shipping Co.
Mr. James T. Taylor promoter of
the American Shipping Co., left for
Honolulu on Thursday, to look after
the interests of his company. A prop
osition is being considered to lease
the'"Eclipse" and put her on the route
between Maui and Honolulu at an
early dats. ,
DYING ON HIS
L'chv.-ird 11. M;i. Jjirkmc ol Hnwnl!
at Death's Door In Chicago.
Ciiicaho, February 15. Lying be
yond the hope of recovery and at the
point of death in his I o mis at the
Auailor leui Hotel is Eiiwiii'd 11, Ma..-
Inrlane, u resident of JIoi.mhuIu and a
prominent man in mercantile circles
of the Hawaiian islands. The ease is
a particularly sad one, Mr. M-.a-rar-la
ie having been married onlv tei
nays ago to Miss Florence Ballinger
of San Francisco. The couplu came
to Chicago on their wedding trip.
Mr. Macfarlai.c was suddenly taken
ill last Tuesday morning. The house
physician of the Auditorium, Dr. A.
H. Elliott, was summoned immediate
ly, but by night the patient was suf
fering with an acute attack of pleuro
pneumonia, from which, there has
been no rally. In addition the for
mation of an abscess of the chest
has rendered the case hopeless., Mr.
Macfarlano's brother, George Mac
larlane, who was for many years
Chamberlaiu to the late King of
Hawaii, left here last Monday morn
ing to return to the Islands, but was
telegraphed for when the illness of
his brother became critical, and is
expected here tomorrow.
Edward Macfarlane was born on the
Island of Oahu 49 years ago, and his
home has always been in Honolulu.
Jointly with his brother George he is
the proprietor of the Hawaiian Hotel
and the head of a flourishing whole
sale liquor business in Honolulu. He
is also largely interested in the sugar
plantations of the islands. He is the
third of five brothers, George Mac
farlaiie, director of the Bank of
Hawaii; Henry, Clarence and F. W
Macfarlane, president of the Union
Feed Company of San Francisco. All
five were born in the islands.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice li hereby given that tho undumisncd
h:i been duly uppolutcJ Administrator ot tl.e
E.itato of Murtu l. Slender, deceased, aud nil
persona havinn claims against said Estate even
il sucu claims are secured by mortgage on real
property, nre horeby notillcd to present the same
to the undersigned, at tho ofitco ot James L,
Uolie, Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maui.H, T.,
within six months from tht date hereof, other
wise all claims not bo presented will be forever
- A. K. STENDER,
WatluliU, Maul, Feb. 13th, 11K12.
Notico is hereby Riven that CHOY KEE &
LOOK CfIA of Waiehu Maul navo mado au
assignment of all their properties whether real
or personal to tho uudersigned, and 1 hereby
request all persons having claims against Choy
ICeo & Look Cha to present tho same to me,
duly authenticated, within six months from
da te, or they will be forever barred. All per
sons indebted to Choy Kee & Look Chn are
hereby requested to make immediato payment
lo the Undersigned, at tho ofilco of Jas. L.Coke,
Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maul.
Assignee of Choy Keo & Look Cha, WaiehU, Maui.
Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 27ib, lSWJ.
L. M. Vetlesen, of Lahaina, MauL
is the duty authorized agent of the
Maci ISkws, to solicit subscriptions,
advertisements and job work," and to
collect and receipt for the same.
G. B. ROBERTSON,
Prop. Maui News,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the MAUI SODA
AND ICE WORKS, LTD. held at
Wailuku, Maui on February 2tith
1902 the following officers were elect
ed to serve for the ensuing year. .
R. A. Wadsworth President.
Jas, Kirkland Vice-President,
Geo. Hons Secretary.
C, P. Lufkin Treasurer.
F. J. Wheeler Auditor.
Wailuku, February 27th' 1902,
SecretaryMaui Soda & IceWorks.Ltd
Notice is hereby given that Mr. L.
M. Vetlesen' is alone authorized to
collect moneys for my account, and
all persons indebted to me are re
quested to make settlement with him.
DR. CHAS. DAVISON,
Lahaina, Feo. 13th., 1U!2,
Wood For Sale
Choice Kiiwe Wood kou Sale
SAMKUULA ' Kihci
Promptly Delivered on Order
Orders may bo left with Geo.
Maxwell, Maui News Office
Ring up Telephone No. 132.
A. N. Kepoikai Esq. has this day
been appointed a member of llv;
District Road Board for the District
of Wuiluku. Island of Maui, Territory
of I lavvaii, vice . L. Lowrie resigned.
JAMES H. DO YD.
Superintendent or Public Works.
Department of Public Works. Feb.
OHice, Commissioner of Agricul
ture & Forestry,
Honolulu, February 21, UK'2.
It having come to the knowledge
of this department that it is the in
tention of certain persons to carry
the lantana scale (Orthesis Insignia)
now prevalent in certain districts on
the Island of Maui, to the other
districts of that island and also to
other islands of the group where
lantana is growing; it is earnestly
requested that all persons will co
operate with this department in its
efforts not to spread the scale, until
it has been finally determined that
it is not detrimental to other vegeta
tion. The Government Entomologist
who is about to leave for Mexico to
find beneficial enemies for the de
struction of lantana, and strongly
advises the above request, is of the
opinion that the lantana scale is
dangerous to other vegetation.
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Sealed Tenders will be received
by the Superintendent of PubMc
Works until 1 P. M. of Moudnv,
March 31st, 1902 for furnishing the
Hawaiian Government Cast Iron
Pipe, Special Castings, Valves, Lead,
Hydrants and Yarn, as follows:
Pipe to be cast iron bell and sniir-
ot pipe of good tough, .elastic cast
iron iu ordinary 12 foot lenghts,
and uniform thickness coated with
coal pitch varnish pUjt on by immer
sion of pipe already heated.
400 lenghts 6 in. 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 C inch valves.
44 inch valves.
3 air valves.
6 fire hydrants.
Bidder will state description of
valves and hydrants which they
propose to furnish.
Contractor will state price fer
9,000 lbs. soft pig lead.
330 lbs. hemp yarn.
Each length of pipe to be subject
to a test of 300 lbs. per . square
inch internal presure; certificate of
such test to accompany invoice.
The Superintendent of" Public
Woiks reserves the right to increase
or diminish the above quantities,
Delivery to be F. O, B, on wharf
Kaanapali, Maui. Wharfage at ex
pense of contractor,
Bidder will state in his proposal,
The , price of Pipe per ton of
The price per lb. of Lead.
Tho price per lb. of Yarn.
The price per lb. of Special Cast
ings. The price each for Valves.
The price each for Hydrants.
Vill be made with New York or
San Francisco Exchange, one half of
amount of each shipment on receipt
of Bill of Lading, and 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,
kSS0 Always caniplcts br t
Vm ' Never i.licd :
.te for Catalogue
Pearson br Potter Co? Ltd.
THE MAIL ODDER HOUSE J &4,ttnd "tSn. t.
A FIRST-CLASS K8DERH and
Large and Wei! Ventilated Bed
GEO. FREELAND, Manager.
LAHAINA, ISLAND OF MAUI. IT. T.
(Directly Opposite Lahaina Wiiabk.1
eE Ccumanuipg View of the :
g Pacific Ocean, Laliuii'.i Harbor
IE and Snrroundba: Islands
ROAD WONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, " " . "
TWO SEAT WAGONS " "
TOP BUGCIES " "
HARNESS 812.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE TOE HIGHEST,
" OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENBERG, Piiksujknt.
C&as. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lfd.
123 Merchant Street, Honoi.vu', Next to Stanofxwai.h Ern.iHXc,.
WITH THEIR TIIIRTY-riVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods mi Genera! Merchandise
Business Carry tlie best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE
Which They Otter and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Mojt Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive tho Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
. Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States at
Washington, D, C, 1901.
V;. J. LOWRIE, PnEsmr.NT W- T. ROBINSON, Yi-e-Pueside:7
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
F, J. WHEELER asu R. A. WADSWORTH, Diuectous,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Tarts of tho World.
WHITNEY Sc. MARSH,
iilffif&S ,fice Devices
28 Disst Proof
and Printed List.
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COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS S
Rooms.nnd Spacious Loni.is:
OTEL .QL Ltd.
Biiliaid Room, Restaurant, 5x
Reading Room and all
- .Modern Conveniences 3
CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARDS
- P. O. Box 2"4