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Tomorrow is Easter Sunday.
. 'The Paia Store is advertising a
''choice line of Cuban cigars.
Advertise in the News, if you want
'tb oatch on to the Spring trade.
A np.w Japanese Livery stable has
birch established at Puunene Mill.
for Jfresh and canned fruits of hih
grade, 'Hog up the "Corner Store "
Mr. L. von Tempsky of Makawao
has a titio carriage horse for sale.
Work has been commenced on
Kahului poto ground and will be push
ed to h, finish.
The. Maui Hotel has been crowded
with guests this week, principally
March, which came in like a lion,
. has been acting like a whole menag
erie eve'" ilmra.
All business interests in Wailuku
feel the depressing effect of the con-
tinuous storms on Maui.
The prevailing storm has practic
ally tied up plantation work and all
other business for the past two days.
A practice polo game for last Sa
' turday ' afternoon at Kahului was
Jproposed, but the storm prevented it.
' V. hn. finrtlW been decided that
Berger's Band will not visit Wailuku
at present, on account of scarcity of
The streets of Wailusu have been
- in a deplorably muddy condition this
week as a result of the continuous
Today will bo a rare day for sport
in Honolulu, and athletic circles in
Wailuku will eagerly await next Wed
nesday's news from the metropolis.
Buy a Singer Sewing Machine on
the installment planv.$5.00 per month.
Mr. Ekberg in Rodrigues' block car
ries them. Old machines taken in
A week from today the Maui
Athletic Association";will give a ben
efit concert at Alexander Hall. The
bovs have been practicing tor some
"time, and an excellent program will
be piesented. t
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
' Hall building, and any one. desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYERS.
y Judge .Kalua received per the
"Hyades" from the coast a - poi ma
chine to be used in the manufacture
of paiai.- It is a hand machine, but
can be operated by power! Mr. . W.
E. Bal will put the machine together.
For several years past, central
Maul has had less rain ' than usual,
. and the plantations have suffered
from drouth, but this' winter has
proved a wet one, and ' the rocent
heavy spring rains are worth money.
Gus. Schuman has a new ad on
the first page of this week's issue.
Gus. has always handled the bulk of
the carriage trade on Maui, .and is
better prepared than ever before to
-- successfully meet all competition in
The test seed potatoes brought to
Maui by Mr. Sedgewick were all
plapted at Makawao, and arrange
ments have been made to- cultivate
them properly. The results of the
experiment will be watched with
' An auction sale of horses and mules
day,by Col. W. H. Cornwellf and over
"f, twenty head were disposed of at
good - prices, notwithstanding the
...atormy weather. A.noth,e.r... auction
sale of the same band of stock will be
.held iu Wailuku next Saturday. Look
out' for the poster" notices'. " .' "
.There is every evidenpe to show
I that Wailuku will start up on a new
, growth us soon at the rainy weather
is over. This will not be a boom, but
simply a movement to supply the
demand for suitable business houses
.. for new business which is coming to
'Wailuku as. well as residences for
many who would have located in Wai
luku u residences were to be bad.
Maunaolu Seminary gives a grand
,( entertainment lor the benefit of the
, school on next Friday evening, Apr,
i ,4. This concert has been under con-
temptation for some months, and
elaborate preparations have been
( made for a rare treat. Special trains
will be run frtom Wailuku, Kahului
' and Spredkelaville to Paia and
' i i return on thatVvenjng, for the con-
vemence oi those wno wisn to attend
Dedication of Aloha Lodge.
Thursday, April it, has boon select
ed as the date for the dedication of
Aloha Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
The building Is " now practically
finished, and as soon as some interior
decorating, floor polishing etc., is
completed, it will be turned over tb
the lodge. According to the original
estimates, the cost of the Pythian
Hall was to be about $60(10, but when
completed and furnished tho entire
cost will be about t!)000. Tho result
is that Aloha Lodge No. 3, will pro
bably be able to boast of having the
most commodious aud sumptuously
fitted Castle Hall on the Islands and
the best of It is that they own the
building and grounds in fee simple.
Elaborate preparations are being
made for the dedication exercises.
District Deputy Supreme Chancellor
Dr. A. N. Sinclair of Honolulu) with
delegations from Oahu. No. 1 and
Mystic No. 2, of Honolulu will bo in
attendance. Past Chancellor Hons
of Aloha Lodge, Chairman of the
Dedication Committee, has also issued
invitations to Hilo No. 7 and Maile
No. 4 of Hawaii to send delegations,
and it is hoped that some of brothers
from Hawaii will be present.
District Deputy Sinclair, assisted
by other Supreme officers will con
duct The dedication ceremonies, which
will be public, save for the prelimin
ary opening exercises.
A large number of invitations will
be issued and the event will doubtless
attract a large and distinguished
assemblage. The doors of the lodge
room will be thrown open to the in
vited guests at 3 p. m., but those
who come earlier will find pleasant
reception rooms for their use, before
the exercises begin.
At the close of the dedication
ceremonies, the floor will be cleared,
and a grand ball will follow, with an
elegant supper at midnight.
A visit of the government band to
Maui has been expected, and Past
Chancellor Hons wrote a personal
letter to Governor Dole, strongly
urging that the band be allowed to
come, and suggesting that as the
event oi the dedication will be a
memorable one, the visit of the band
be timed to reach here for the dedi
cation. The matter was referred to the
Council, but no action was taken,
and it is feared that scarcity of funds
will preclude their coming, which
is sincerely to be regretted, as no
more auspicious time for tbeir visit
could have been selected.
On the evening of the dedication,
wires will be laid from Wailuku Mill
to the Hull, which will be lit up with
electric light, for which purpose 5
fifty candle power lamps will be used.
A Runaway Team.
Yesterday morning Mr9. W. H.
Field was comimg to town in a hack,
and invited Mr W. E. Bal, whom she
overtook, to take a seat in the vehicle.
A few minutes afterward, while
passing the reservoir, the horses be
came frightened at a barrel standing
by the side of the road, and began to
run. The driver managed to check
the team which were so frightened
that Mr. Bal insisted that Mrs. Field
alight from the carriage, which she
did. The driver then started his
team again, and they ran into a bank
overturning the carriage, which
caught against a redwood post, thus
checking the team again. With dif
ficulty they were unhooked from the
carriage, when finding themselves
free, they broke away from the driver
and dashed madly down the street to
the stable, one of the animals receiv
ing a severe fall as it turned into the
8 table yard.
A New Deputy Sheriff.
.. Captain William Saffery . of the
Wailuku police has been appointed
Deputy Sheriff of Wailuku, to sue
ceed Deputy Sheriff Hayselden who
recently resigned, . his commission
having arrived last week. Mr. Saf
fery made aVery efficient Captain of
Police, and will doubtless give as
good satisfaction in his new position,
No definite selection of Mr. Saf
ery's successor as Captain of Police
has yet been made, but it is stated
on good authority that the position
will be Offered to Mr. Edw. Rogers,
former Clerk of the District Uotirt; in
case hiS health will permit df his ac
cepting. At present, however, Mr,
Rogers is in Honolulu for his health,
and it is not known whether he will
be able tb accepC"Jfte woujd.raakea
first class Captain of Police,, if he a
covers sumcientiy to accept the ap
The Huelo Mill a Suoccbs
After a long and impatient deluy,
the mill of the Huelo plunation has
been completed and to iay (Mar. 2o)
the first sticks of cane were put into
the rollers by the hands of the ayeiit
Wong Kwai, in the prt-sence oi a
nutnber of guests who were specially
Irivited for the occasion and wlio in
retdi'n extended their hearty con
gratulations for the success of Maui
The foiill begin to work perfectly
and to the entire satisfaction of Mr.
G. M. Hatteock who had tho manage
ment of tho erection of the mill.
The mill is an entirely new mill,
being recently 'made by the Uisdon
Iron Works of Fan Francisco and
consists of the best modem sugar
making mocliitvery, which is quite
an improvement compared with the
mill of the old Huelo Sugar Co. which
consisted of old fushioued'Triachinery
with one set of rollers, one vaccuum
pan and no triple effects.
The cane will bo conveyed to the
mill b means of mule carts Und
The plantation, having both the
soil and water and a modern mill
undoubtedly promises well, even
though the plantation has lost its first
crop and practically the second,
but had it not been for the economical
principles of Mr. W. S. Akana, the
manager, and Mr.T. Akana, the head
overseer, the plantation undoubted
would have gone to ruius. Among
those present were Mr. A. A. War
ner, of the Kilby Manufacturing Co.
of Cleveland, Ohio, which firm fur
nished much of the mill machinery,
Mr. K. S. Gjerdrum, Manager cf
Hana Plantation, and others, all of
whom expressed much approval of
the successful work of the mill.
Monday Night's Storm.
A heavy rainstorm, which develop
ed Into almost a cloud burst occurred
at Wailuku on last Monday uight,
the principal force of which was
spent in Iao Valley, mauka of town.
The storm was heaviest about niue
p. m. ana by midnight, Wailuku river
was at its highest point for years.
Nearly all of the head-gates of the
Irrigating ditches were washed out,
and considerable damage was done
to the rice and taro patches. A
portion of Judge Kalua's taro land
adjacent to the stream was washed
away, but fortunately he had just
taken off the taro. A number of
Chinese stores on lower Market street
were flooded, but no particular harm
was done. The rock dam built to
protect the Wniluku Plantation tun
nel was washed out, and a heavy
current of water made its way along
the open cut.
Several families in the valley ad
joining the river were eqmpelled to
leave their houses during the night.
carrying what they could of their
New Blacksmith Shop.
Mr. Jas. H. Painter has secured a
a twelve year lease of the site where
the old King cabinet shop stands, on
Main street, and will at once have
the old building removed, to be re
placed by a large blacksmith, cap
penter and paint-shop.
The new building will be 24 feet
front by 70 feet in depth, all floored,
and will be built nearer the sidewalk
than the present building stands
Contractor Chas. Crowell has the
contract for the new building.
Mr, Painter is an expert in all lines
of blacksmithing, and in wagon and
carriages building and repairing, and
will doubtless build , up the leading
blacksmith business in Wailuku.
Salvation Army Week.
From April 6 to April 13 is Salva
tion Army week in the strict sense of
the term, for it is during that period
that the vast machinery of the whole
Salvation Army all over the world is
put into motion to collect money don
ations for the futherance of their
work, and among ot hers, the people
of Maui will be invited to help the
thing along, through the meduim
of local officers.
The organization was first called
"The Christian Mission," but military
titles, uniforms . and, paraphenaUa
were adopted and complete organiz
atlon effected in 1879, when the title
was changed to "The Salvation
Commissioner George Scott Rail-
ton piqneefed the work In the Unif-
ed States,' with seven female officers.
"Rallton and,' the- seVen hallelwjah
lasses" will live forever upon the
page's of Army history In tlie U. S.
The landing was made in February,
The fit'ssl conlei-t'm - America was
Jamt'S Kt'fnp, known as "Ashbarrel
Jimmy," bK-uuV of his ImIiij? found
frozen in an asfiuiirrel OiVe cold Win
ter's uijjit in u driinkyi! condition
and was unable to yxlricute himself.
Kemp lived a conMsU'ntfire for many
year;-, and dud a Victorious deaf!'.
It is iutt'i'Psliiitf lo know that in
l!)0l not oi ly rtcr kind wn'rJs spok
en of t he work by member's of the
rtigning tuiniiies of Sweden and Den-
murk, but Queen Alexandra of Eng
land sent a donation "s un expic
sion of her practical sytnpathy, and
President Roosevelt contributed to
the Christinas Dinner Fund.
MAUI HOTEL, Mar: 30, 1902.
Roast Beef Roast Turkey -'
Lemon Ace Cream. Chocolate Mar
ble Creira Cakfl
I Nuts & Fruits.
Dinner Hour: 6 to 7:30 P. M.
Carriage Horse For Sale
BAY. 15 i HANDS
Quiet & Fast
Apply to L. von Tempsky
At Maunaolu Seminary
ON FRIDAY, APR. 4, 1002
For the Benefit of the School
Admission fee, Adults 50 cents
" Children 25 cents
L. M. Vetlesen, of Lahaina, Maui,
is the du ly authorized agent of the
Maui News, to solicit subscriptions,
advertisements and job work, and to
collect and receipt for the same.
6. B. ROBERTSON,
Prop. Maui New s.
Notice to Creditors.'
Not lee ti hereli v given that the understuned
bus been appointed Administrator of tbe Estate
of Auwekoolunl.deueased, lateof Knnalo, Maul,
aud all persons having claims against said Es
tate even If the same are secured by mortgage
upon roal property, are hereby requested to pre'
sent the same duly authenticated, and with
proper Touchers if any exist, to the undersigned,
at his office In Wailuku, Maui, H, T.,wlthn six
months from the first publication of this notice.
All claims not so presented will be forever
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March 20th, 1002.1
JAMES L. COKE,
Administrator of the Estate of Auwekoolanl,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of
David Rough, late of Paia Maul, deceased.
Before Judge J. W. Kalua.
BORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
AIXOWANE OF FINAL ACCOUNTS AND
DISCHARGE IN DECEASED ESTATES,
' On Reading and Filing the Petition and Ae
eounts of D. C. Lindsay Administrator of the
Estate of David Rough, wherelh he asks that
the same may be examined and approtod, and
that a finalprder may be made of distribution
of the property remaining in his hands to the
persons thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further responsibility
as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 2Sth dnj it
'April A. D. 1WJ, at ten o'clock A. M. be' r nic
Judge of said Court at the Court Rroai t'iu
said Court at Wailuku Island of Mam, If ami
the same hereby Is appointed 'as the itmenru
place for bearing said Petition and Aot, u.s.
and that all persons Interested may then ..ml
there appear and show cause, If any they havj,
whv the same should not be.grunted; V.
Dated at Wailuku, this 21st duy of March IxS.
By the Court.
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