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Buy a Singer. Ekberg, Agent.
For a choice, well flavored cigar,
Vtep in to Hoffman & Vetlesen's.
for prompt awl 'first class job
work, send your orders to the Maci
News job clVice.
The Hcv. Canon Ai.lt will hold ser
vices at, I he Rcuwick, Pui-ncnc, to
morrow ceriinjr, at 7 o'clock.
Lii-,!l.-i are ro'iuosted to ring up
I'aia Plant ation Store tor shirt
waists bi fore ail the choice ernes are
The 'trades" have set in steadily,
anS no more rain, s.ive casual show
ers, may be expected for some
The matter of calling a meeting of
ilie cili.ens 1o discuss road matters
is being agitated by the business men
The Honolulu papers this week
were full of Maui doings, the K. of
P.s and band boys having told them
"till about it."
There, is some reaction after the
dissipation of last, week, but for all
that YVailuku presented a busy ap-
Warancn this week.
Mr. Jas. H. Painter's blacksmith
shop li as b:.'en very tastefully painted,
and presents a handsome aud bus
iness like appearance.
For Hawaiian mats, hats, tapas
and calabashes, or other Hawaiian
curios, call on Mrs. J. K. Kahookole,
at the new Pythian halt.
r.ergcrs Hand reached Lahaina
last Saturday at noon. gave a concert,
received a luau, and left for Hon
olulu on that night's Claudine.
Those who desire to bid on the
Lahaina Water "Works proposition,
cart see the plans and specifications
by applying to Surveyor Harry El
dredge. , , With the change in the board of
directors- and management of the
Maui Hotel, much improvement may
be expected including the ear'y es
tablishment of a drug store.
7OTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Ifall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYERS.
The Hawaibn Iron Fence & Mouu
. .mental Co., of Honolulu keepon hand
the only stock of monuments on the
islands. At present they have 100
mouuine'nt and headstones in stock,
t nd will fill all orders promptly.
Mox ey to Loan 5()00, in amounts
of $100 to $2000, on approved securi
ty, may be had on reasonable terms.
JAMES L. COKE
The, First National Bank of Wai
luku is doing a healthy, prosperous
business, more than confirming the
good judgment of its founders. It is
the duty of every citizen on Maui to
tarry his deposits in our home bank.
Mr. David L. Me3'ers has reopeued
the saloon formerly occupied by Mac
farlano & Co., opposite the Wailuku
Depot, and Have personally ' super
vises the handing out of '"hots,"
."colds," "knockers" a'ndj well, but
termilk. ANNorscE.VE.vr. Mr. George B.
Schrader Ssnow prepared to give
lessons on tlifl piano forte at his res-
jdence. For terms and particulars,
write or tall at Wailuku Hotel.
Wailuk Maui. .
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The American Prayer Hooks and
.Ann lals are 'now being used in the
.Chui chjf the Good, Shepherd. To-
,mor 'ow raoriiug there will be an ad-
.dres i on' tha Episcopal Service, by
Can Ault, tiotiug the differences be-
.tweiu.the English and American
boot 3 ' " t j
Tl e Aiakawao Literary Club gave
a d slightfulj entertainment at the
,resi4em e 4f Hon. II. P. Baldwin,
uuuene on Wednesday
.evei'iia;. fecial free trains were
runJfroin vjiuluku and Paia, and
larre . ttudicnco was present, who
k2uly-, enjived . the very excellent
.program presented for their enter
, The Newt received a comtr.unica
tioo from tie .Young Men's Club of
Lahaina this week, too lengthy for
.publication! the gist of which how-
evir hi thai the young men of pent ral
M;ui are nit to be invited, to. .luau
. ana dancest.it Lahaiha any more, be-
jCaitee of U;d bad habit they have of
rs,tcphnj ,tlii , . Lahuuia,, boys Eft'eet
JlckCts w,ai from them iu the lnostJ
01 the Maui Drug Co. Ltd.
On hist Saturday evening, the
stockholders of the Maui Drug Co.,
Ltd, met at the oflice of Attorney
Oe.rgo Hons for the purpose of
electing officers, for ' the ensuing
year, and the following wore elected;
R. W. Filler, President: Jas. L. Coke,
Vice President; Dr. Aimituge, Sec
retary; C. D. Lufkin, Treasurer,
and Carl vYaldeyer, Auditor. ;
Retiring Auditor W. C. Taylor
presented a long report setting forth
the financial condit ion of the com
pany, from which it appeared that
of the 10,()00 capital stock $4,800
had been subscribed for arid paid up,
leaving $4,200 of treasury stock still
on hand, to balance an indebtedness
of about $5000, including tne original
cost price of tho lumber in the build
ing, and fuiniture and fixtures not
yet paid for.
Deeming a change in the manage
ment desirable, the new directors
offered Ihij management of the Maui
Hotel to Mrs. Robertson of the
Windsor, who accepted, and took
charge of fie hotel on Tuesday
morning. The Windsor Hotel is to
be run as an annex to the Maui
On Wednesday morning, a meeting
of the directors was held, and in
order that the stockholders might be
more harmoniously represented, di
rectors Coke, Waldeyer and Lufkin
tendered their resignation. Dr. Din
egar and Mr. II. Weller were named
iu their stead, and Mr. Lufkin was
reelected so that the present com
position of the board of directois is
R. W. Filler, President; Dr. R. It.
Dinegar, Vice President; Dr. Arrni
tage, Secretary, II. Weller, Treas
urer, and C. D. Lufkin, Auditor. A
meeting of the stockholders will be
called atonco to pass on the election
of the new directors and they will
doubtless be ratified.
There is every reason to believe
that under proper management, the
hotel can be made a paying proposi
tion, and the present directors, who
are practical men, will btnd their
energies to effect this'.
The proposition of establishing a
drug store in connection with the
hotel is being considered by the
directors, and as soon as the affaiis
of the company are straightened out,
and tho directors find out just where
they are, the matter of starting the
drugstore will be pushed.
Lepers Vindicate Oliver.
The News this week received a
communication from the leper settle
ment on Molokai, containing-two sets
of resolutions ouc by the Hawaiian
lepers and one by the white lepers,
with the request to publish the re
solutions in full, which we regret to
be unable to do on account of the
voluminous nature of the resolutions.
The resolutions are signed bv Win,
Clttrk secretary, per order for
the white lepers, ana by Ambrose
Hutchison; Wm. Clark and J, K. Mia
for the Hawaiiau lepers; The two
sets of resolutions are alike in tone,
and strongly indorse the course of
Dr. Richard Oliver, during his ten
years stay at the settlement. Ac
cording to the resolutions, Dr. Oliver
has performed his duties as resident,
physician in a most acceptable man
ner, una is in nowise to blame lor
the death of Pilipo Mikila, having in
fact called the attention of the Su
perintendent of the settlement to
the deplorable state the man was in
and, recommended that he be trans
ferrpd to the Bay View Home, which
request was denied until it was tto
late. Both sets of resolutions st'g'
tnatize tho Board, of Health for hav
iug removed Dr. Oliver.
Death of Gut. Hutchison.
Rev. Gus. Hutchison, a colored
Baptist minister, who came out with
the negroes from Alabama to wort
on Puunene Plantation, died at Wai
luku last Saturday evening, of chole
ra morbus, after a week's sickness.
Mr. Hutchison worcd on the plan
tation for a short white after trriv
ingon the Islands, and then, came to
Wailuku and established a barber
shop in the Jlaui Hotel, where lie re
mained till the time of his death. Hi
leaves a wife, but no children. He
was buried in WcUuku cemetery last
Sunday afternoon under the auspices
of the loca Jodge of Oddr Fellows
Hev. J. jNu: conductuijf the funeru
The great event of the past week
was the arrival of the Hawaiian
Band last Saturday. The members
of the band were driveu over from
Wailuku in carriages, arriving in
Lahaina about noor.) and crowds of
people were soon gathering in anti-
pation of their ploying. Soon after
icir arrival in town they sat down
to a luau provided for Ihem by the
citizens of Lahaina, at the residence
f Col. John Richardson, testing after
he spread until 4 o'clock, when they
trave a largely attended concert in
he court-house grounds, which last
(1 until f o'clock. A large platform,
40x(10, had been erected on the Olo
walu corner of the court house, and
lere devotees of Terpsichore tripped!
the light, fantastic toe to the dulcet
strains of the band from 7:30 to 10
o'clock, when Cap. Parker's stentor
ian voice sounded, "All aboard" and
the band departed for Honolulu, af'er
giving three hearty cheers for Maui,
'Maui No Ka Oi," which was recip
ocated with 3 cheers and a "tiger"
for tho baud, and the universally ex
pressed wish: "Come again soonl"
The services of a local string band
were called into requisition by the.
young folns, whose appetite for danc-
ii g had only been whetted by the tco
short program rendered by the gov
ernment band, and the fun was kept
up till 12 o'clock.
Lcong Kau, the well known tailor,
who was closed up by the Von Hamm
Young Co. during the early part of
ast week, in an assumpsit suit for
$202, had his case come uplastSatur
day,'19th inst. and was discharged, no
one appearing for plaintiffs.
The Pioneer hotel was running full
all last week, and manager Freeland
wore his most benign smile in conse-
Attorney N. W. Aluli, and Messrs.
Gerner and Chas. Brain of Wailuku
ame over for the hop last Saturday
vening and devoted themselves assid
uously to the task of dancing. Come
Among the visiting Knights were
noted with pleasure the familiar and
gen'al faces of "Billy" Uaruhard and
Chas. M. V. Forster.
Dr. Y. Migata, who recently ar
ived in Lahaina to practice medicine,
is located in Mrs.Aycrs' cottage next
to the Episcopal Church.
'Bob" Carlyle of the Ka Maile
Saloon, who was arrested last Mon
day on a charge of selling liquor with
out a license the night at the dance,
was fined $100 and costs by Judge
Kahaulelio iu the District Court on
the 23rd inst. An appeal to the June
Circuit term was noted.
The New Oil Tanks.
The Union Oil Company of Califor
nia is well under way m tne con
struction of oil tanks to supply crude
oil fuel to the plantations on central
At Kihci a huge ta.ik, of a capaci
ty of 53,000 barrels is being built in
the rear of the plantation store, and
will probably be tinisliea in about a
mDiith. This tank will be tilled fiom
the oil slips, and Mr. Palmer, who
has chargo of the work, has been
busy this week taking soundings at
Kihei, for the purpose of laying the
pipe line from tho ships to the oil
tanks. Some difficulty is expected
and instead of laying pipe lines in the
water, it may be found necessary to
extend the wharf at Kihei. The
plantation has commenced the work
of putting in tauks, pipe and rnachin
ery to convey the oil from the Oil
Company tank to the different points
where oil is to be used. Mr. Merrick
uas personal charge of the work for
the Oil Company at Kihei.
The ground has been broken near
tho flag staff at Kahului for the erec
tion of two oil tanks of a capacity of
17,01)0 barrels each,and work wii
proceed at once withlheir construe
tiou.The matter of pipe lines at Kahu
lui will be a much simpler proposition
than at Kihei, owing to the shallow
ledge of reef which extends from the
shore to the point wheie ships lie at
anchor at Kahului.
7. Elmo Reavis, principal of La
haiiuiluua Seminary, has at his ciis
pesai four certificates for free Schol
arships in the American School oi
correspondence, Boston. Ho woulo
be clad to turn them over, without
cost to four of our readers who an
auxious to study Steym, Electrical oi
Mechanical Engineering. Write bar
at once, if you are interested.
Will be received by tho Superii.
ndent of Public Works until 1 P.
, of Monday, May 5th, 11102. for the
Construction of Reservoir, Screen
id Stone Chamber, etc. for Lahainn
Plans and specificatione on file in
Office of Superintendent of Puljlii
The .Superintendent, reserves tl.
ght to reject any and all bills.
JAMES. H. BOYD.
Superintendcnt'Of Public Works.
Wilt bo received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 1'.
M., on Monday, May uth, 1002, foi
Laying 0 inch and 5 Inch cast iron
pipe, 4 inch, 3 inch,aud 2 Inch wrought
ron pipe, hydrants, stand pipes, etc.
for Lahaina WTater Works.
Plans and specifications on file in
office of Superintendent cf Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Notice is hereby given that all ac
counts due me are payable to J. L.
Coke Attoneyof Law,AVr.iluku Maui,
and all parties indebted to ine are
requested to coine forward at once
and settle the same.
Dk. K: SOGA; M. D.
Wailuku Apr. 12, 1902.
L. M. Vetlcsen, of Lahaina, Maui,
is the duly authorized agent of the
Maui News, to solicit subscriptions,
advertisements and job work, and to
collect and receipt for the same.
G. B. ROBERTSON,
, Prop. Maui News
R. A. Vadsworth of tho Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki-
nut Ranch c Butter, put up iu pound
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. Orders may be left with him.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice ishrnby Klvon t lint, tlin unilpi-.lKneil
nas noeu upixnuica Aamiutsirtuor oi tue j-:.sihu'
of Auwckoolonl.deciMiNed, latonfKuuulo, Maul,
tttid all persons bavins claims ugulost raid Ks-
tiitoeveulf the sume niu Becurcd by mortgage
upou real property, nre hereby requested to pre
sent the same duly eutlicnticutcd, and with
proper vouchers il any exlut, to the undersigned
at hlsofileo in Wailuku, Maul, II, T.,wllhfn six
months from the llrst publication ot thl.i nnllee.
All clulnw not so presented will be forever
barred. . ,
Dated at Wailuku, Muni, Match Ctiili, lOtrJ.l
JAMES J.. COKIi,
Administrator of the Estate of Auwekoolnni
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cbambor.,
in Probate. In the Matter of tho KHtutc cl
David Rough, late of Paia Muul, deceased, t
Before J uUCe J W. Kalun. . . s
ORIiKH OF NOTICE OF PETITION Fonfj
ALLOWANE OF FINAL AOiOUNTS AND
DISCHAKOE IN DECEASED ESTATES.
On Reading aud Filing the Petition nnd Ac-
couutH of D. C. LiudKiiy AUmiuistrator of the
Estate of David Rough, v. hon'ln he ukIm thut
the hume may be examiued aud approved, and
that' a dual order may bo made of distribution
ot the pre per ty remaining iu bU hand to the
pervonti thereto. eutitled, and diKibai'tting him
and hia mire ties from all further responsibility
as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monduy, lulu 2Hth diiy of
April A. P. l',,at ten o'clock A. V. before tho
JmW?e of said Court at tho Court Room n! the
aid Court at Wailuku Islaud of Muni, be and
the sumo hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hlariug suid Petition and Accounts,,
iul thut all persous interested may theu and
'here appear uudshow cause, If auy they have,
tvhv the sume should not be gruuted.
Dated at Wailuku, this Jtst dayof March lU.tJ.
tly the Court.
L. R. CROOU
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Ilawa'iiiii, Cmios, Ivory Wreaths. Lauhala JIats, Mats and
Baskets of Ilawaii:in Manl;(acture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiiau Tapas and Koa C'alabr.bhes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such is Napk'.u Ring's, etc.
iso Receive Articles 011
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