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Order"fresh Kahikinui Ranche but
. tor from tlio Maui Soda A Ice Works
Wailuku was the recipient of adis-
tressingly heavy April -shower, on
Wailice just had to have the ban
v ouo day. and they put up for it
The weather has been fairly good
' this week, and the streets are once
More new buildings are 'to be Creel
ed in Wailuku, as soon as the weath
er finally clears.
The hacks and hotels of Wailuku
have had all the business they ccuild
handle, this week.'
There will probably be "doings"
this cVeninganent the future manage
ment of the Maui Hotel.
Paia and WailuUu each liiid the
band on Wednesday evening and
everybody was satisfied.
You should tret one of tbos"e nobby
white or pearl Fedora straw hats on
i sale only at tho Kahului Store.
X- If you want neat, prompt and re
' liable job work done, send your or
dei-S to the Maui News jdb'd"fflee.
The Ladies' Guild of WailuKu will
'meet at the residence'of Mrs. G. B.
Robertson, next Tuesday afternoon.
The band boys leave ihv Lahaina
this morning, by stage "across the
' 'pafi. Good bye and G6d ble33 you,
It is rumored that tho Maui Soda
'& Ice Works Company have a sack
on hand, and that 'dividends will
soon be in order.
Ladies can find ekactty what they
want in the line of cheap and tasty
'shirt waists, by visitilig the Paia
The Pioneer Mill &!fs "shut down
for two or thi-ee days during the
'early part of the week, oh account
of a broken roller. '
. This has truly been a 'gala week
for 7ailuku, with the K. of P. Hall
'dedication, Berger's band and luaus
'galore on the program.
' Supt.' Filler of the K, . R. R. Co.'
'observes a medal for his Kindness
- "and courtesy in furnishing free trains
this 'week for the band boys.
' ' A. Enos has had some very hand
some sign 'painting done on his store
veranda "and windows, which adds
much'to the appearance of the store.
J. A. . Harris, the artistic sign
' painter, i"s kept quite busy ornament-,
ing the front wir.dowstof the stores
in town, "end tho effect is fjmte en
livening. The.Iaa Stables which had the con
tract to handle the transportation
of the bahd boys did the Work is a
i style that was admirable. Joe is a
j . NOTICE. There is still.one store
i to let on the first floor of Pythian
j .Hall building, and any. one desiring
I to secure it should make immediate
application to .... .
D. L. MEYERS.
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- The K. of P. boys were, the guests
of Hon. H. P. Baldwin last ;iight, .At
a concert and banquet a Camp J If
.Puunene, a special train, .being run
.for that purpose and a royally good
tunc was uau.
.Tho effects of the bankrupt blacky
.smith shop were, sold at auction on
Monday, Mr. R. W, Filler bidding in
-the building and lease for. $201, and
Mr. Jas. H. Pair.'er bidding in the
persot al property.
', Monet to Loan 15000, in amounts
.of $100 to 1 2000, on approved securi
ty, may be had on reasonable - terms.
JAMES L. COKE ..
Wailuku, Maul. .
The Bismark Stables Co. of Wai
luku will establish a branch stable at
Lahaina as soon as a lot can be se
cured a.id the building erected. Mr.
Robinson goes over this week to
make the necessary arrangements.
The dedication exercises and dance
at the K. of P. Hall will remain as a
historical event in tho annals of Wai
luku, and Aloha Lodge deserves
, much credit for the handsome, and
satisfactory manner in which they
handled the affair.
-i ' j .- .
The Maui Bazaar is. elegantly fit
ted up; and the windows are elubpr
ately painted with ornamental signs,
prdsenting a very handsome and at
tractive appearance i,vpin the out-
, sidov The yailuku. people should-
Of Aloha Lodge Ctistle Mail.
With the blare of martial tiumpet,
the trcud of mailed warrinrs, tin
iluttering of pL-miuiils and U.o chal
lenge or armed sentrits, Wailuku lias
been changed almost a if by magic,
to a medieval city of the age if
In I8ti8. Aloha Lodge, Co. 3, K. ol
P., was organized at Wailuku, with
following charter members: Albert
Barnes. Geo. Herbert, Jas. Cowan,
E. Holfman, F. S. Armstrong, F. L.
St'nlz, W. A. McKay, A. Hocking, f.
A. Bielenberg, 3eo. Ross, C. M. V.
Forster, Harry 'Laws, L. M. Vetloseu
V. O. Earnhardt and Gea C. Potter,
The -lodge flourished and new mein-
b-jis were constantly added, biuue
the tire in Kahului, in Feb. 1S.I00,, the
lodge has met in Wailuku, in rather
cramped quarters. With the re
naissance of Wailuku, and the lare
increase in tire membership of Aluha
Lodge, the Heed for a more commo
dious castle hall was felt, and the re
suit is a li'.UOO ensile hall on ground
owned by Aloha Lodge.
Tho dedication exercises on Thurs
day evening were in keeping with
the magnificent hall. De.puty Su
preme Chaucellor Dr. A. N. Si. Clair
of Oabu Lodge No. I, Honolulu, con
ducted the impressive ceremonies,
assisted by the following subordinate
supreme oflicies: R. A. Wadsworth,
G. V. C; George Hons, G. P.; C. D.
Lufkitt, G. K. of R. & S.; C. E. Moore
U. M. of E. ; C. M. V. Forster, G. M.
at A;; Jas. McCready, G. I. G.;T. O.
Bien, G. O. G. i
Oa.hu Lodge sent a delegation con-l
sisting of John Holt, Chairman, Jas. '
McCready, R. YV. Condon, W. W.
Wright, Ed. Aldrich, M. J. Borba,
J, McLain, E. C. Smith and Dep.
Sup. Chancellor Dr. St Clair. Mystic
Lodge, "No II, Honolulu, sent the
following delegation; C. E. Moore,
Chairman, Z. K. Myers, Q. H. 'Berrey
U. H. Bellina, J. McKeague, J. Wal
ker, R. B. Booth, H. Giles and Thos.
O. Brien. Mr. Zeuo K. Myers as
sword bearer, brought with him a
historic sword, of . which he gave a
short sketch, on introducing it to Alo
ha Lodge. This sword was presented
as a testimonial to Capt. John A.
Hassenger in 18G4 by the retiring
staff of the "Honolulu Rifles," the
staff consisting of Majors Domims,
Spalding and McKibbin, Kamehame-
ha IV, being honorary colonel of the
Rifles" at the time of his death.
Mr. Hasienger turned his sword
over to Mystic Lodge safe keeping,
and this was the sword brought over,
by a delegation from Mystic Lodge
in 1889, and used to dub as knights,
the charter 'members of Aloha Lodge.
In March of this year, Capt. Hassen
ger presented the sword to Mystic
Lodge, tt is a very elegantly finish
ed and handsome weapon.
When the hour for the dedication
exercises arrived, a large number of
invited guests from all parts of Maui
were assembled. After some prelim
inary secret work, the doors of Aloha
Lodge were thrown open, and the
impressive ceremonies of the dedi
cation were witnessed by as many
guests as the hall would contain. The
ball' itself is one of the handsomest ou
the Islands, and was brilliantly light
ed. The solemn rites of dedication, the
charming effect of so many hand
sbthly dressed and attractive lady
visitors, and the soft strains of the
band outside united to mark a golden
hour in the memory of all present.
When the ceremonies were con
duced, social converse was indulged
in for a short time, and then the
hall was cleared for dancing. The
music furnished by the government
baud was delightlul, and till a late
hour in the morning, the floor was
crowded with dancer's who "chased
the golden hours with flying feet."
At midnight, an elaborate banquet
was spread down stairs, with enough
for all the invited guests.
The whole affair, from its concep
tion to its finish was wisely arranged
and happily carried out, and too much
praise caunot be awarded to Aloha
Lodge for tho rare entertainment
afforded to the people of Maui.
One ij'r'.day evening, tho eleventh,
a large. at:d expectant crowed gather
ed in the. sewing room of the Mauua-
oiu seminary to near a cancorl given
by the gj"ls. H'A fre. train was run
from Waj'uku and sorr.e twenty, from
Kuhului, F.preckelsviUe and Wailuku
took' advantage of it. At eight
o'clock the room which had been beau
tifully decorated for the occasion was
full and the concert opened. Miss
Cooledgc who has charge of the
musical department of the Seminary
had trained the girls and their fu
round tones and pi-rlcut harmony
snowed how successful she had been.
Tne i.-hict feature of the evening was
tin1 operetta, "Violet in Fairyiaud"
in which Violet is lust in Fairyiaud
and is restored by a dainty band of
(lancing siiiiiiiiif fairies. Tin: costumes
were very pretty, made by the girls
themselves un ler the very efficient
supervision of Miss Linsay. The
queen was dressed in while with a
crown and star on her lioad and tho
uiind that followed her were in pink
and blue. Tire effect was lovely a-
gaiust a background of evergreen
branches. The "Angeis Message"
was beautifully rendered by Miss
Cooledgc and showed how well fitted
she is for her position. The girls
responded to encores with their
sweet nutive songs and all went away
feeling amply repaid for their long
drives over not very good roads.
The Oars -are Plashiug Geibel
At Night Porter
Ebb and Flow King
Eve'niag Song Porter
Op'eretta (Violet in Fairyland)
Come to our Heart9 Macv
Marj Pihi (Quartet)
The Angels' Message Loud
By the Waters of Babylon
Music Fo't Maul.
Berger's Baud arrived on schedule
time at Kahului, and the balmy air
of Maui has ever since been vibrating
with the melodious echoes of horns,
trombones, stringed instruments and
drums. The program, as published
last week was carried out with some
variations made for tho convenience
of our country cousins, and the band
have done their duty like heroes.
On Wednesday morning, the band
were invited to breakfast with Judge
Kalua, and since then there has been
but little rest for them. On Thurs
day afternoon they were entertained
at a luau given in their honor by
Company I of the National Guards.
Under the supervision of the former
Captain J. N. K. Keola, an elegant
luau was prepared at the Court
House, at which there were a large
number of guests, beside the band
boys. The event was a marked so
cial euccess, and Captain Berger,
with his mouth full of chicken and his
lips quivering with heartfelt emotion,
responded in an eloquent speech to a
toast in his honor, in which he ex
pressed his surprise and delight at
the warm welcome which he and his
band received on Maui.
This morning the band left by stage
for Lahaina, where they will play to
day, and the hospital people of Laha
ina say that they will keep them till
Monday, if possible.
MAUI flOTEL, Apk. 2?, 1902.
Mushrooms', Egg Cream
Chicken Friccassee Roast Mutton
Mashed Potatoes Greeu Peas
- Shrimp Salad.
Vanila Ice Cream
Fruit Pound Cake
Nuts & Fruits.
Dinnee Hova: o' to 7:30 P. M.
R. A. Wadsworth o! the Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki-;
nvi Rancli9 Butter, put up in pound,
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. OVders may be left with him.j
Will be received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 P.
M.. of Monday, Mav Tlh,l!ll!2,jror the
Con' ruction of Reservoir, S"reeii
and Stone Chamber,c tc. for Lahaina '
Plans and speeifientionc on file in
Ollice of KupcViutendent of Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES. II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Will bo received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 P.
M., on Monday, May 5th, 1!K2, for
Laying ti inch and 5 inch cast iron
pipe, 4 inch, 3 ineh.aud 2 inch wrought
iron pipe, hydrants, stand pipes, etc.
for Lahaina Water Works.
Plans and specifications on file in
office of Superintendent of Publfe
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Notice is hereby given that all ac
counts due me are payablo to J. L.
Coke AWOtiey of Law, Wailuku Maui,
and all parties indebted to me are
tpnll0ctw) Irt'ivimo fm-ivnrrl at. rinr'o
and settle the Same.
Dr. K. SOGA; M. D.
Wuiluku Apr. 12, 1902.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given thut the underaiL'npd
has been appointed AdmluUtrutor of IhuF.stulo
of Auwekoolttui, doceascd, lutoof Kurialo, Maul,
and all persons having claims against said Es
tate even if tne tmme are secured by mci'tgagc
upon real property, are hereby requested to pre
sent the same duly authenticated, and wiQ
proper vouchers if any exist, to the undersigned,
at Ms office in Wailuku, Maui, H, T., within six
months from the Hint publication of this notice.
All claims not so presented will be forev'er
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March 20th, 1908 1
Administrator of the Estate of Auwekoolunl
Inthe United States District
Court (or the Territory ol awaii
In tho Matter
JAMES H. PAINTER,
NOTICB TO CKKD1TUKS OF THE SALS Ot IKK,
E-NTlllK IiANKKUIT ESTATE.
To the creditors of James H. Painter, Bank
rupt, of Wailuku, Maul, Territory of Huwaif:
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuunt
to an order of M. M. Estee, Judge of the above
entitled Court, duly given and made on the 31st
day of March 1902, the uudorslgned Trustee will
sell at publio auction on Monday, the 14th duy
of April. ID02, at VI o'clock M., of said day as
premises oocupled by the bankrupt as a black
smith shop at Wailuku, Maul, Territory ufore
said all of the estate of said Bankrupt, consist
An interest In building formerly occupied by
Juraes H. Painter in Wailuku, Maui,, as a
Stock of material on hand situate'; in said
15 years lease 1150 por year of said property;
Outstanding account of Bankrupt against
Wailuku Meat Co., forfcN.00;
and such other property of said Bankrupt as
might hereafter be discovered.
Dated at Honolulu, April 1st, 1902.
J. P. COOKE
,Ilf 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH. SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. 'At Chambers,!
u Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of
David Rough, late of Paia Maul, deceased.'
Before Judge J. W. Kalua. '
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALI.OWANE OF FINAL, ACCOUNTS AND
DISCHARGE IN DECEA6ED ESTATES.
On Reading and Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of D. C. Llndvay Administrator of the
Estate of David Rough, wherein be asks tbut'l
the same may be examined aud approved, aud
that a Unal order may be made of distribution
of the pre per ty remaining in his hands to the
persons thereto emit led, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further responsibility
as such'Admlnistrator. .
It Is Ordered, that Monday,. , the gtnh day of
April A. D. 190i, at ten o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court at the Court Room of the
said Court ut Wailuku Island of Maul, be and
the samo hereby is appointed as the time and
place for heating ,S'iid Petition and Accounts,
and that all pereaus lutercstud may then and
there appear aud show cause, if any tbey have,
whv the same should not be gruuted.
Dated at Wuiluku, this 21st day of March IV N
By the Court.
L. R. CROOK
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