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l Mr. J. Cooke came over to ruunci e
Sec the new nd. of Eckberg, the
Singer Machine man, on the first
ITntYinan A Vctlesen have in stock
n line of prniiinc Manila cigars at
The weather ius been extremely
unsettled this week, perhaps the
If you want job Work quick, chenp
and neat, send in your order to the
News job depar' men t.
The Pioneer Stables and the do
Rego Stables of Laliaina have curb
put on a stage line between Lahah;a
A meeting of the Ladies' Guild will
be held at the residence of Mrs. John
Weddick on next Tuesday afternoon
March 23, at two o'clock.
The Maul Hotel is doing a good
business this week. Peterman is a
successful boniface, and his special
Sunday dinners are good enough to
A band of Honolulu elks were
k sighted on Tuesday's Kinau, headed
r IIilo to install a now lodge of the
'utlered brotherhood at the Crescent
Rehearsals for tlio concert for the
benefit of the M. A. A.'s, arc being
held frequently, although the event
will not probably come oil before the
first week in April.
Bids are being invited by the Wai
luku District Road Board for the
construction of a bridge across the
washout in the road between Kabu
lui and Spreckelsville.
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on Iho first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYERS.
The Wailuku Plantation will prob
ably buy -some of the mules of the
Ifauioa Plantation. The balance of
the personal property of the planta-
4-1,-..-. r,l.'.-v iUr ,v. I II n f,v c 1
it is to oo Hoped mat tne citizens
of Wailuku will press tho matter of
petitioning the Board of Health to
niacndamizo our stieets, which be--
corrio disgracefully muddy in rainy
. - weather. .
Tbere havo been quite a number
olvisitors in Wailuku this week, who
have not been here for a year or
, more past, and their favorable com-
meals on tho growth of the town are
quite flattering to our civic pride.
' .Steps ace being, taken to bring a
supply of water from cast Maui to
central Maui sugar plantations al-
though some months will elapse be
fore active work is begun. as all labor
available is now needed iti the ear.e.
The matter of planting new varie
ties of seed potatoes in Kola is being
pushed by Mr. Sedgwick, although it
, is a question in the tiiinds of some ex
perienced potato raisers as to wheth
er the present is the best time. to
Ovv'mg to the. inclemency of the
weather, and the absenco of some
who were expected, the citizens did
not hold the meeting called for last
Tuesday evening, to discuss tho prop
osition of macadamising the streets
A thunder storm swept the crest
-ViTf aleakala on last Monda v morning,
yiid when the wind drove tho clouds
away shortly afterward, the submit
ahd far cWn en the side of the crat
er was covered with an unusually
heavy fall of snow.
An auction sale of about fifty brok
. eaand unbroken horses and mules
will bo held at the Waiohuli rancLe
today. W. O. Aiken will do. the '-hol-lerin'
". Another auction sale of
stack will bo hold at Wailuku shortly.
Col. W. II. Cornv.ell u the seller.
Mr. W. F. l.)gue is preparing to
y devote considerable attention to
poultry raising at Nahiku. His form
er experience in this line of business
will stand liim in good stead, and as
choice poultry realizes $12.00 per
do::r j, and eggs 5H cents per dozen,
he should find iho venture a profit
able one, " '
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bN FRIUA Y
porthe Benefit of the School
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On last Saturday afternoon, the M.
A. A. pnlo club held a practice game
at Kahulul. Although tho ground
was too damp and slippery for fast
llay, still soma good work was done,
and the new members arc beginning
to ride and handle the ma'let like
professionals. During the piny Frank
iJaldwin's fpur caught in tho girht
of his saddle, giving him an ugly
cropper, but no harm was done. The
absence of Mr. Crook from among
the players was much felt, as ho is a
first class poloist. However ho is
training for the foot races in Hon
olulu, to be run next Saturday, and
did not care to stiffen his joints by
On Sunday afternoon, tho M. A. A.
and the Morning Star baseball teams
crossed bats at Wells Park, and a
rattling game followed, won by the
Morning Stars' with a score of 19 to
12. Tho continued success of the
Morning Stars U principally owinu
to the fact that the M. A. A.'s have
not a full team at present, and have
to play a lot of new men, to fill up
Miss Rose Davison Visit Maui.
Miss Rose Davison, school aarent at
Honolulu, who won golden opinions
for school work on Hawaii by her
excellent management of the Haw
aiian school exhibit at Buffalo, was a
visitor on Maui this week, having
come over on the Claudine, and re
turned via Lahaina on yesterday's
She kindly accorded tho News an
Interview, in which she spoke fully
and enthusiastically of her experienc
es at the Buffalo Exposition. She
said among other things, that the
Liuhala and dther industrial work
exhibited was a source of perpetual
surprise to the many teachers who
visited the - Hawaiian uisriln)-, and
the pupils of tho high schools could
hardly credit the fact that nv.:ch Cl
the work exhibited was done in the
Miss Da vison states th.at the Buf
falo Exhibit of thd Hawaiian schools
was turned over to commissioner
Harris, and by him installed at the
Charleston Exposition at government
expense, where it now is, in charge
of Mr. Boykin of Buffalo.
Miss Davison's attention was called
to the rickety condition of the Wailuku
school building, and she stated that
she would try and help along the
movement for a new school building
Mnul Montbiy Magazine.
The News extends kindly greeting
to a new publication on Maui, with
the above title. It is a ten page
mimeograph published in the Japan
ese language, save tho first page
which is pubiishek in the English
language. The purpose of tho maga
zine is tho moral elevation of the
Japanese on Maui, and under the
editorial management of Rev. Siichi
Tanaka will doubtless accomplish
The following leader, in English
explains quite fully tho scopo and
purpose of the publication.
''After our Taikyodenda, (special
Evangelical forward movement.)
which lasted one week, God gavo us
thirty-three conversions and forty
uiuo seekers or enquirers at Wailuku
First Congregational Church, Japan
ese.. The young men of the Y. M.
C. A., having received spiritual
strength by this effort, were moved
to try and publish a Monthly Maga
zine with Christian and temperance
principles, by which all the new con
verts and enquirers will be led to the
marvelous light of Christianity. So,
by the kindness of Miss Malono who
loaned us the "Kindergurden" room
for onp evening, wo .gave ail enter
tainment with stereoptican views
showing pictures of Japanese life.
The same entertainment was giveu
at Spreckelsville and elsewhere on
tho Island clearing thirtyfive dollars.
With tliis money we purchased a
Mimeograph, which is our printing
'Taikyodendo, have been he ld at
Spreckelsville, Paia, Hamuli uapoko
and other places on this Island. God
W - 1 " jd gave us eighty-
V . V iK'll.
p.- ;v;;ul:i' bn ;.ir .w
.. tin1."-' J :. di (.',; . :t.- lo i:.
be i I. ''' i l Miieiiiiv o ii'n ' iaM .
bU' t vii.j t. li'C A utu prt
was postponed to next Monday even
ing March 24. " .
Tho subjects for discussion are
Shakespcares' "Julius C'arsar," with
Mr.Hardy as leader, and"Uow Plants
Grow," (Asa G ray.) by D. D. Baldwin.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OP
The First National Bank of Wai
luku, at Wnliitku, Maui, in the
Tor. of Hawaii, nt the close of
business, February 23tli, 1002.
Loans and Discounts 22,30'3
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 118 37
U. S. Bonds to secure to
circulation " 0,500
Premiums on U. S. Bonds til3 41
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 840 82
Expenses paid less profits 1,1515 98
Due from State Bank and
Bankers 5,919 25
Internal-Revenue Stampa 3(5 25
Checks and other cash items 7,5(59 18
Fractional paper currency,
nickels aud cents 3'J 40
Lawkui. Money Reserve
in Bank, viz:
Specie fl 0,921
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per ceiit of
Capital stock paid in
National. Rink notes out
Individual deposits subject
to check , 21,045 04
Demand certificates of
deposit 3,575 35
Total , 5(5,890 99
Ter. of Hawaii, Island of Maui, ss:
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier or the
abovc-uamed bank, do" solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN.
R. A. Wadsworth )
1'. J. Wheeler
C. D. LufUin
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 21st day of March, 1902.-
JAS. N. K. KEOLA
Second Judicial Circuit, Ter.of Hawaii
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOXD
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cbumbent,
Id Probate. In tbo Walter of tho Estate of
David Koufl), Into of Pnin Mail1, tlcccust d.
iloi'oro Juofjo J. W. Kulua.
ORDJ-'.JT OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALT..OWANE OF FINAL ACCOUNTS AND
MSCHAIICK IN Dl'.CKASED KSTATES.
On Reading and Filing tin: Petition and Ac
count!! of D. ( Linu:.ay Administrator of the
Estate of David Honiih, wherein lio asks that
tliecarao may l:o (M.mimd ai:cl approved, aud
that a final order may be made of distribution
of the picy.erty n matning ill bis bands to tho
pc-mits thereto fi'tiibd, ct.'d disci, r.rj'its; hkn
and hU niretiei; tn m till fi.rll.er rt''lnus!Lllily
as neb Administrator.
It is Ordered, thai Monday, the i!Sth day of
April A. I). li'Ci, at leu o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of (.aid Court at the Court Room of the
i-aid Court at V.'ailuhu IsiiaLd of Maul, be and
the ante hereby is ni pointiil as tho time and
l'.litce for hearim raid Petition and Accounts,
and that c II er:oi:s ii.tere.-lcd may then and
there ai pear and bow cnr.re, if any they have,
vrhv the w.nie should not be granted.
Pitted at Wailuku, this Slut dayof Ifareh W-2.
By the Court.
L. R. COOII
A. N. Kepoikai Esq. has this day
been appointed a member of ihe
District Road Hoard for the District
of Wailuku, Island of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, vice W.L.Lowrie resigned.
JAMES H. HO YD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Feb.
riven that Mr. L.
M. Vetlesen is alone authorized to
collect moneys for my account, and
all persons indebted to mo are re
quested to make settlement with him.
DR. CIIAS. DAVISON,
Lahaina. Feb. 13th., 1992.
Wood Fop Sale
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RULES AND REQUIREMENTS
for Aerial Circuits for Elect i c
Liglit, Power or Railway, Tele
phone or Telegraphic Circuits on
Public Roadways and Highways.
In the construction of aerial cir
cuits for Ihe above purposes, thefol
lowiiifr rules and requirements must
be observ ed on and after this dale;
1. Application must be marle on
proper blanks to the Superintendent
of Public Works for permission to
2. Use of poles is limited to li e
purpose for which they are erected.
3. Poles erected within town rr
city limits, other than those fur
electric railway purposes must not
be less than forty feet in length and
twelve inches in diameter at butt. '
4. Space between poles must not
xceed 190 feet.
5. Poles subjected to special
strains must be properly puyed or
braced. Guy lines are not to be se
cured to trees.
(i. Poles must be stamped with
owner's name and numbered.
7. Privato signal lines must nolle
placed on poles for public service
8. Where curb lines are establish
ed, poles , a re to be placed insido tf
aud tangent to the curb line.
1. Must be chamfered.
2. For high potential lines should
be dipped in cil.
3. When carrying moro than two
lines must be braced with galvanized
4. Must be secured with galvaniz
ed iron bolts; not lag screws.
."). Where lines are dead-ended doub
le cross-arms should be used.
1. Main conductors for clecttic
li'ht or power on roads ana high
ways must not be less than No. G,
H. & S.
2. Service wires on roads and high
ways must not be less than No. C, H.
& S. ; in private grounds not less than
No. 8, H. & S., and rubber covered.
3. Electric light ard power lines
must be kept clear of foliage. Sup
ply companies are rcponsiblo for lines
on roads and highways, and owners
on private grounds.
4. The lower limit of wires on roads
and highways is that of the electric
railway trolley wire, twenty one feet
above the level of the track.
5. Where wires for various pur
poses are run on the saniu poles, or
lines cross, the following order wid
ba kept, beginning with the highest;
(a) Signal wires.
(b) Telephone and telegraph.
(c) High potential alternating cur
(d) Arc light.
(e) Low potential alternating cur
(f) Direct current, constant poten
tial. (!. Telephone and similar wires
must be protected by dead insulated
guard irons oi wires from possibility
of contact with other conducting
wires. Must not be placed on same
cross arm wi t h electric light or power
wires. and when placed on samo poles
with such wires the distance between
the inside pins on each cross-arm
must iibt bo less than twenty
7. Wires crossirg flat roofs mut
clear same by at least seven feet.
Wires crossing pitched roofs must
clear ridge over which they pass, or
to which they are attached by at
least one foot.
8. Service wires must be run as
nearly as possible in horizontal lines
from poles to point of attachment to
!. All joints in all wires must be
1. All insulators for high potential
circuits must Le of glass and triple
2. Insulators for other electric
light and power circuits must be
ol.iss a;ul double petticoat.
3. Service wires for electric light
or power, whero secured to the out
side of buildings, must be carried on
double petticoat, glass insulators.
The term ,-high potential" covers
any current between 550 volts and
.JAMES If. BOYD.
Department of Public. Works, Hon
olulu, March 3rd, 190.
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