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TTuieukalu was capped with now
again during the early part of the
TlioTlvicloM.il is running in lit.e
shape, si. I'.rr-t class sugar byik-r
dipt. Iv-da says that tlio mini is
six feet iV.'iici l.ac level, in front of
the tavoiiiiv. ' '
The cilTi'c short of All Kcc, adjoin-j'-iyliL
1. ii':! on IH'b si red.
lias boon closed.
The re;;ui,u- meeting of the M. A.
A.s will bo lii-lii on Monday evening
at the Court Il-iuse.
The road between Waikiku nr.d
Waikapu U ulmost impassable, on
account of (loop, mud.
Ilackmen or others who desire a
first class rari-ia;;-.' horse should apply
to L. von Temps-ky, Mukawao.
A. crossing lias been made on Main
street opposite th?. bank, and several
more are needed in other parts o!
During the heavy shower which fell
on last Monday, the rain gauges in
Wailuku recorded two inches in one
The street between the depot and
the Wailuku mill, in front of the new
' K. of P. Ila!!, is a regular quagmire
The athletic sports programmed
for last Saturday at Honolulu were
postponed for a week, and will come
If you want a polo pony, be on band
at the auction sale next Saturday at
11 o'clock A. M. at the VVailuk Plan
There are encouraging rumors of
several new lines of business to be
established in Wailuku shortly. That
is just what we need.
Save up a good hungry for tomor
row's Sunday dinner at the Maui
Hotel. Manager Peterman is mak
ing these dinners quite a feature.
This has been "steamer week" in
town, and Wailuku paid liberally
and promptly for tlio autographs of
the dealers, in spite of the past
Mr. E. II. Picper, the ,'Paia mer
chant and livery stable man was in
town Saturday and reports some
mud in the road at different places
f between here and Paia.
j . . -
Tlio buikang of tne bridge at Wax
lua gulch, near Keauae, has been de
layed by the heavy storms which
have rendered the roads impassible
between Hae-Io and Keanae.
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
1). L. MEYERS.
Mr. Frank I lose has rented the
small building in the rear of the
Lamar Building, adjoining the bank,
and wi'l open a blacksmith shop. He
goes to Honolulu this week to lay in
The Iao Stables liack.v with mail
for the Mauna Loa, partly broke
down on last Monday night, and the
driver had much difliculty in reach
ing Maalaea Hay in time to catch
the steamer. j
Dwelling bouses for rent ave very
scarce in Wailuku, and this is serious-
ly impeding the growth of the town.
There aro promises of better condi
tions in this direction, during the
On account of the rainy weather,
the concert at Maunaolu Seminary
has been postponed for one week, or
till Friday, April 11th. Trains will
be run on that evening for the accom
modation of those who wish to attend.
jMics j.hk.-k on .jai Kei street IS
now fully completed, and is quite an
imposing looking structure. An equal
.space, adjoining has been cleared of
its shacks, and another handsome
building will be erected by Mr. Enos.
Cyrus Given, Chief Engineer of the
Kahului A Wailuku Transportation
Co., has a card on the first page of
this issue. Cyrus says he works
either single, double, 1 andem, ' wet
weather, dry weather, day or night,
ani as cheap as any of 'em.
Acting Governor Cooper has re
ferred tin matter of the proposed vis
it of the Government Hand to Maui
to Captain Herger for estimates as to
tv.-ob-lble oxnense. and if the ex-nense
T .1 - - 1 ... ir 1 . A i L fM
is wifuin c'ertLin limits, the band will
bo piesent-ali the dedication of the
CastB Hall ol Aloha Lodge, K. of P.,
6mall fr-ormlng Will Poy.
Mr. E. If. JJniley, Inspector of
Customs at Kahului, is perhaps the
best posted man on Maui, so far as
small lY.i ming is concerned, having
been born and raided on the Island,
an 1 having paid much ntiention from
boyhood b agricultural matters.
On being asked his opinion as to
the vi"vs expressed by Mr. John
Ifornerof Hawaii, in a recent i.isue
f the Adverti-er, Mr. Eallcy stated
that any one who should come to
Maui and undertake small farinirp;
would at first meet exactly the ex
perience described by Mr. Horner,
as to the destruction of crops by
However Mr. JJailcy contends
that a proper study of times and
conditions for planting, and a free
Use of available means for lighting
the ravages of worms will obviate
much of the trouble complained of b
Mr. Horner. The two principal
pi sts are cut worms and ground
worms. Plovers and mynah birds,
also poultry, if available, take cure
of the cut worms, and paris green
and Hour exterminate the ground
Mi-. Bailey has prepared twcnt
acres this spring, and has just finish
ed planting it to potatoes, corn,
melons, squashes, wheat and barley,
Laving studied the conditions ami
planted so as to avoid the worst
.-.eusoii for w orms. 1 1 e has imported
v. large quantity and variety of seed
potatoes for experimental purposes
II o recently received -100 pounds ot
Salinas potatoes which he planted,
and they are making a vigorous
growth, having already commenced
to bloom. At an expense of nearly
?:0, he also imported from the fa
mous Peter Henderson seed house
of New York, by the last "Hyades"
four bushels of seed potatoes, one
bushels each of "Bovec, " ''Uncle
Sam," "Early Puritan" and "New
Ideal." The last mentioned is a
highly extolled potato, and Mr.
Bailey is hopeful of excellent results.
These potatoes also have been plant
ed, anl are making a vigorous
One and half acres each were sown
to barley and wheat. The barley
has headed out promisingly, but
the wheat is suffering from rust,
owing, Mr. Bailey thinks, to his
neglecting to soak the seed wheat
The corn planted was soaked in
copperas, and as a result, the worms
will not touch it, and it is now over
knee high. He has several varieties
of imported swtet corn for table use
and one or two varieties of field corn,
all from the Henderson seed house.
His melons and squashes are also
planted, are coming along all right,
and he anticipates no fear of success,
simply because ho has studied the
conditions surrounding the growing
of small crops, and has taken advant
age of them.
Mr. Bailey is certaintly entitled to
much credit for the enterprise be
has shown in importing new varieties
of seed, and his example and certain
success should bo a valuable lesson
to those who desire to experiment
in small farming on Maui.
M. A. A. Concert.
The concert to be given at Alex
ander Hall for the benefit of the
Maui Athletic Association has been
postponed for one week.
It was to have been given tonight,
but Mr. Keliinoi, the leader was call
ed to. Honolulu on business this week,
necessitating the postponment. The
boys have been rehearsing for some
time, and the program given below
shows that a treat is in store for
music and fun lovers.
1 Glee Catastrophe By the Club.
2 Instrumental Guitar & Mandolin.
J. & A. Garcia.
3 Solo & Chorus. Awaiaulu,
By the Club.
4 Song Mr. Ault,
5 Spin, Spin & Soldiers' Farewell.
By the Club.
(! Pieolo & Guitar Two Steps.
Jackson, Kawai & Crowell.
7 Duett. Pua Hinahina.
Geo. Maxwell & Geo. Cummings
8 Waltz. Breeze of the Night.
By the Club.
2 Lei o Kaiulani By the Club;
'A Cornet Solo'. . C. D. Lufkin.
4 Uahi Kolplio o Kula By the Club.
5 Tom, the Piper's Son. By tho Club
6 Hawaii Ponoi By the Club,.
' 1 Expected. -
Col. Geo. French, Divisional Cor
mauder of the Salvation army for the
Paciije coast, is expected on Maui
by next Tuesday's Kinau. lie will
spend a week on Maui, looking
niter army affairs ai:d holding ser
Col. French is a very bright, clever
gciilh Hum, and quite popular among
all cias-es. An Englishman bvl'irln,
and an American by adoption, i.c has
'.lone much army work bolii in Eng
land and in the United States, and
ins personal energy and magnetism
nave aeeotnpli.siH-d great works
wnereer he lias entered the liekl.
The Colonel is a man of pleasing
appearance and is a poweri'ul uud
convincing .speaker, consequently it
will be an intellectual treat at least,
if not a spiritual one to tne people of
.vlaui to bear him. He has a stere
opLiean with him, and wilt illustrate
some oi his lectures wuh stereoplieau
the following account of the estab
lishment of a "salvage warehouse"
in Chicago, by Co!. French, may
prove of interest.
"The tramp proolcm is tun bole
luir ol other cities than Cuicago, but
a remedy lias Keen lound iu tne em
ployment ollered by this branch, and
t.ie auuoyauce of street cadgers
woud be considerably lessened if the
public in general knew of the exist
auce of such an institution to which
t. icy could direct the party for re
lief. The waste material of a large
city if collected and assorted is a
auurce of revenue to the one who
lakes the trouble, and this led the
Army to experimenting in tne collec
tion of rags and waste paper, and to
give some idea of its systematic
working a few figures are adduced.
"For six months the amount of
paper collected from warehouses,
stores and other places, assorted
and sold to the mills, amounted to
380,013 pounds; string, 2,47U pounds
rags to the value of $300; junk, clothes
etc., $1,700, the industry affording
meals and stielter to 10,000 men,
Ihen again, a labor bureau has been
established for the purpose of finding
work for unemployed, and 70 per
cent of the applicants have been
satisfactorily placed in situations
where they could find a permanent
employment. Furthermore, three
"Shelters" have been opened to the
public, affording accommodations to
180,000 person during the period of
six months, from these statistics are
taken. A minimum charge is made
for admission, and this includes the
use of all the comforts attached to
ordinary hotel baths, statiouery,
newspaper, reading-rooms, etc. Also
another night shelter or hotel for
women, is in operation, giving to
women tho same home comforts as
ll.e men, and is well patronized. To
enumerate all trie branches of this
social work is not possible under pre
sent limitations, but enough has been
said to show the progress made
under the eliioieut administration of
Colonel French. The spiritual and
social welfare of all who come under
its wings are well looked after, and
the expansion of the work is going
on silently day after day."
Col. French will land at Lahaina
by next Tuesday evening's Kinau and
hold services at the Kindergarten,
the same evening; 'Wednesday, day
and evening services at Waihee;
Thursday, day and evening services
at Hamakuapoko; Friday, day and
evening services at Paia; Saturday
evening, Stereoptican lecture enter
tainment at tiie foreign church,
Wailuku; Sunday morning, at foreign
church, Paia; Sunday evening, gen
eral good time, including the commis
sioning of local officers and swearing
in recruits at Kaahuraanu Church,
MAUI HOTEL, Arit. (J, 1902.
Poached F.ggs on Spanish Toast
Turkey Koast Pork
Pine Apple lee Cream.
Nuts & Fruits.
Carriage Horse For Sale
HAY. 13 J HANDS
Quiet c& Fast
Apply to L. von Tempsky .
MAKAWAO : : MAUI
M Hjcnsola Smhmry
OX 1"M DAY. APR. 11. VMtt
For the Benefit of the School
Admission fee, Adults 50 cents
Children 2." cents
On next Saturday, April 12, 1W2,
an Auction Sale of about 40 head of
broken or unbroken horses and mules
will be held at the Wailuku Planta
tion Pen on M.irket. St., Wailuku,
near the Bridge. Sale to besrin at 11
W. II. COPvXWELL.
Cheap Foj Cash,
Household Furniture. Xew Cook
Stove. Holler Top Desk. Valu
able Hooks, etc. Owner leaving
Maui. Call on
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is lioriiby eiven Hint tho unilnrxlL'nod
has Ix-eu uppoinUHl Administrator ol the F.stiuo
of AuweUooltiui, duci-asi-il, luteof Kuutiio, Maui,
audullpursouKlmriuK cluimx against said Es
tate evi-u if tuu same aro secured by mortgage
upon real property, are hereby requested to pre
sent the same duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers if any exist, to the undersigned,
at hisnfllce iu Wailuku, Maui, H, T.,with'n six
months from the first publication of tbis notice.
All claims not ro presented will be forever
Dated r.t Wailuku, Maui, March 2uth, 1002.!
JAM.LS L. COKE,
Administrator of tho Estate of Auwekoolnnl
In the United States District
Court Jon the Territory of Hawaii
In t!;c Mr.Ui.-r of
JAMES II. PAINTER,
Noriei: to Ciiku'iokm oF'rni; Salt: or the
ENTIIIK IIAMilU-lT ESTATri.
To the c cil'tois of James II. Painter, Hauk-i-up;,
of Wu'luku, Jiaui, Territory of llr.wu'i:
NOTICE Is hi roby (,'iieu that pursuc.u.
to an order of if. M. Est, Judge uf the nboie
eatllli'd Cuin t. duly given uud ni.ule on the UK
day of March ii'irj, th-.' uu.ler.- i-ui-d Trustee will
s.:'A pui.lic r.-.tciiou on ilemiay. iho lilh ilay
ot Aju-il. l:1. r l l'3o'cl(tck M., ol .said itny a:,
premises occujilrd bj tfiu l;;tukn;ia as a black
smith shop at Wr.iiuiiu, Mutii, 'IV-rritory art.r -s
a'd nil ol ''-! e-.rtatooi' said liankruiit, eou-it-iug
An ibti-ro.t in buil-llng forms-rly occupied by
Ji'.mrss II. P iinler iu Wailuku, Maul, us a
Snick of mutcriul oil hand MUiatid iu said
IS year.-; tease 0 ifliiii per year of said properly;
Outstanding account of Eaukrupt again .1
Wallukd Meut Co., for .ui;
and :;uch oiher property of said H.inkrupt ns
might beri-alter be discovered.
Dated at Honolulu, April 1st, 100-3.
J. P. COOKE
IN Til E CIHCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
in Probate. Iutho Matter of tho Estate of
David Kough, late of Palu Mnuf, deceased.
Before Judge J. W. Kalua.
OKDEIl OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
AI.LOWANE OK FINAL ACCOUNTS AND
DISCHARGE IN DECEASED ESTATES.
On Reai'.lug and Filing Ihe Petition and Ac
counts of D. C. Liudsay Administrator of the
Estate of David Rough, wherein he asks thut
tues'ame may be examined uud aproved, and
that a tlni'.l order may lio mado of distribution
of the prrpcrty rcniuiuing lu bis hands to the
persons thereto entitlei', and discharging him
and his. h-.ureties from all further re-ixjnsibllity
aw such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the. Cfth day i f
April A. D. II'IW, at ten o'clock A. M. hi fori- the
Jr.d'i! of said Court at the Court Room of tin
said Court at Wailuku Island cf Maui, be and
the sxme heivby is nH'idntid as the time and
pl-u-c for heariLg said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons, Interest d may then an l
there appear niulshow cause, If any they have,
whvthe sameshould not be grauted.
Dated ut Wulluku, this .'1st cay of March I!iO-..
Ily the Court.
L. R. CROOK
food For Sale
Choice Kiawk Wood foii Salk
SAM KUULA Kihol
Promptly Delivered on Order
Orders it. ay bo left with Geo.
Maxwell, Maui News Office- .
PvinS up Telephone Ko. 1J2,
. Write for Catalogue and Printed List.
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GEO. FR EEL AND,
LAHAINA, ISLAND OF MAUI. II. T.
(DlKKCTLV OlTOSITE L.VIIAIXA AITK.)
E CoinasaniHi'g View of the :
si Pacific Ocean, Lafcha Barter
sz and Surrounding Islands
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARDS
SURREYS, " " " $110. "
TWO SEAT WACO.NS " " 685. "
TOP BUGGIES " 6CO. "
I5KAKES 1-S32.50 "
IJARKK.SS &I2.00 UP PT StT.
OUR PRICKS THE LOV.'EST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISEXDERG, Phksu.kst. P. O. Eox 231
Oias. F. Eerrkk Carriage Co Ifcf.
125 Merchant SniKET, Ilovn.n.r. Xrxt Ttt !:T.NVins'Af.i) Kru.nso.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERI EXCE IX THE
Dry doods asid General Mcrctendise
Husiuess Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE
Which They Oder and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Mof,t Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT.
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Rest and MOST PROMPT ATTEXTIOX
The First National m
'Incorporated under the Laws of the United States at
Wasliintcu, D. C, 11)01.
W. J. LOWRIE, Phesiukst W. T. RORINSON, VieE-Puv.,im;xT
C. I). LUFK'.X, Ca-.ukh.
F. J. WHEELER and 11. A. V.'AD.SWORTIT, DatKCToits,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all 1'arts of tlio World.
nri-Z, A J!! P3 A a Ak?
A A J if k. J A ii 1... j i'i a K.J 1 jl N'v
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mais and
llaskets t-f Haivaii.in Mauulacture.
Hawaiian Tapas and Xoa Cal;'.lii--!:e.. Cirdu' Xect I'ern Work,
Such as Xapkin Rinys, etc.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. of P. HALL RUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI.
Mrs. J. K. Kahookeie, Jluuicss Manager.
$mU! R03'-S f&K 3
. cwmmxi mmms
Kcd F?oomi unu Gj:acIo::s Lnn:Ms:
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