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April shower? on Maui this week.
There was very light travel on the
gtcamcrs from Honolulu this week.
For a neat rig and a nice ride, ring
up the liismirk Stables. Prompt ser
Preparations arc being made for
boat races at Kahului, an the Fourtu
The Iao Stables have established a
regular stage line between Wailuku
For a nice Sunday dinner, drop in
at the Waul Hotel' tomorrow from (5
to 7:30, P. M!
This is "steamer week" in Wai
luku, and money is changing hands
A meeting of tho stockholders of
the Maui Drug Co. is called for next
Saturday evening. More "doings."
Hot, cold, ct, dry, sweet, sour,
you can get 'cm all at Dave Mey
er's Saloon,. opposite Wailuku Depot.
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku will
meet at the residence af Mrs, 6. B.
Robertson on next Tuesday after
I The new Enos block on Market
I street is nearing completion, and is
a decided addition to the appearance
of the street. y
The recent and continuous rains on
Maui haye produced luxurious past
urage, and the cattle on the. range?
&re rolling fat.
Drop in to the Aloha Saloon, if you
feel the need of a "refresher," and
don't be afraid that Jack will give
you the '.'shake."
The ladies should turn tp the first
page of this issue and look attent
ively for a moment at the Kahului
ad. So should the men.
Three sailors from the Kinross
have been held for trial nt the June
term for alleged burglary of a saloon
between "Wailuku, and Kihei.
See the card of Mr. George B.
Schrader this week. He is a fine
pianist and will doubtless, prove a
successful teacher of muic.
The former law office of. Attorney
A. N. Kepoikai has been leased by
Mr. and Mrs, Jas. H. Painter, whp
are remodeling and repainting it for
Attorney George Hons left fpr
Vf obtain medical treatment for his
throat, which has been troubling him
for some ':me.
Money to Loan $5000, in amounts
pf $100 to $2000, on approved securi
ty, may be had on reasonable terms.
The Maui. Athletic Association.
have been busy this week preparing
League Base Base rules. , The regu
lar monthly meeting will be held on
David Lawrence & Co,, the enter
prising Honolulu tobacconists have
lust received 1,000,000 stogtes in one
order from tho Collies Cigar Co.. of
Announcement. Mr. Georgo B.
Schrader is now prepared to give
lessons on the piano forte either
at his reddence or at residence of
pupils. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
L Wailuku Maui. ,
"Y Work has been commenced on the
J oil tank cars at Kahului, tho first one
having been completed in a very
substantial manner. There will be
eight of these tank cars m all.
Col. W. H. Cornwell will hold a
final auction of horses and mules at
the Paia Plantation Pen on next
Saturday, May 10, at which tho en
tire band wil'. be sold without reserve
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on tho first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYERS.
The meeting of the Maui Racing
Association called for this evening
has beer, postponed till next Wednes
day evening, on account of the un
avoidable absense of several of its
The telephone wire between Wai
luku and Lahaina was broken by a
heavy wind storm one day this week,
but it is needles to say that Charley
Braun, the energetic line repairer
at Wailuku soon had the line la work
Lag order again.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Maul Athletic Association will be
held nt the Wailuku court-houso on
Monday evening, and as the annual
election of dfliccis for the ensuing
year is to bo held on that evening,
there shouli be full attendance of the
members. The committee on League
Rules and a schedule of Raines of
base ball have been busy this week,
and the schedule of games is append,
ed. There are now four teams in the
League, the Maui Alerts of Wailuku,
the Morning Stars of Wailuku. the
Waikapus and the Fuunenes.
On last Sunday afternoon, the Wai
kapus played their maiden game at
Wells' Park with the Maui Alerts.,
and tho Waikapu boys didn't do a
thing to the Alerts, who by the way
were much weakened by the loss of
Cummings and Cornwell, who will
play in the Waikapu team. When
the Waikapus cross bats with the
Morning Stars, fun may be expected.
At a meeting of the four captains
of the (our Maui nines, the following
gentlemen were named as Official
Umpires, C. B. Cottrell and T. M.
Church; the following were named
as substitute Umpires, Geo. L.
Keeney and E. W. Baumberger.
George W. Maxwell and Jas. N. K.
Keola wiil be Official Scorers; M. C.
There is ft silver cup in sight for
the winning team, and there is not
the slightest doubt but that the
greatest enthusiasm will be shown
this season, and each team will no
doubt strive hard to win the cup.
A small admission fee, probably 25
cents will be charged to witness the
league games, in order to raise funds
The following . members comprise
the respective teams: - .
Maui Alerts. L. R. Crook,' Capt. ;
W. R. Boote, V. L.- Boeck, G. B.
Schrader, J. J. Coral, Wm. Nawai,
Jr., J. Potter, N.V.T. Aluli, Nicholas,
Yates, John Gomes.
Morning Stars. J. Garcia, Capt.;
Pahia, A. Jackson, T. Pickard, N.
Krueger, A. Garcia, A. Palapala, T.
Krucger, H. Meyers, K. Smith, Joe.
Waikapus. G. Cummings, Capt.;
W. H. Cornwell, Jr., W. Searle, S.
Keliinoi, T. Brown, W. Enos, Opiopio,
K. Silva, J. Enos. -
Puunenes. G. IS. Henderson.Capt.:
W. Dixon, C. McKinney, J. Prophet,
C. R. Shaw, H, Myhre, J. S. MedT
eiros, W, McGerrow, A. Allen.
cd with much interest: .
The following is the schedule of
League , Base Ball games for the
Maui League Baseball Schedule,
May -l' Puuiiene vs Maui Alerts
11 "Morning Stars vs Waikapu
18 Puupene vs JVaikapu. ....
25MTStafs vs Maui Alerts
8 Puunene ys Mqrning Star
15 Waikapu vs Maui Alerts
22 Puunene vs Maui Alerts
2J Morning StaH vs Waikapu
6 Puupene vs Waikapu
13M. Stars'vst Maui Alerts
20 Puunei'le vs Morning Stars
27Waikap5vs Maui Alerts
3 Puunene vs Maui Alerts
10 Morning Stars vs Waikapu"
17 Puunene vs Waikapu "'
24 M. Stars vs Maui Alerts
31 Puunene ys Morning Stars
7 Waikapu vs Maui Alerts
On last Saturday afternoon the
Wailuku and Puunene Polo Club
played an interesting practice game
at Kahului. The track has been lev
eled,! but is very heavy and sandy in
spots, sorely taxing the temper and
patience of the players. Frank Bald
win captained one quartette and L.
R. Crook tho other, and some good
playing was done, although some of
the team are novices at the game.
This afternoon, there will be a
match game of polo at Sunnyside,
between the Wailukus and Mak'a
waos. The rnal'et wielders for the
Makawao team will probably be D.
T3. Lindsay, L. von Temps ky, W. O.
Aiken and G. W. Wilbur, and the
Wailuku team will probably be Frank
Baldwin, L. R. Crook, W. H. Corn
well, Jr. and J. Thompson. This will
be the first game between these two
teams and the outcome will be await-
Tho average output of sugar of
Huelo Sugar Mill is at present 10
tons per day.
The bridges which were damaged
by the recent storms have been re
paired with tho exception of Pau
wela bridge which was entirely wash
Mr. G. M. Hat-cock, the engineer
who had the management of the
erection of the mill Went to Hana
last Wednesday,! and returning last
Saturday.' He reports that JIana
has had its share of the recent storms,
and that the pastures resemble an
immense velvely gieen carpet.
Mr. J. W. Johnson, the former su
gar boiler of flamoa has accepted a
similar position in Huelo plantation.
Mr. P. Jones and Mr. 1'. Snyder,
representatives of the Risuon Iron
Works of San Francisco, are visiting
the Huelo mill.
The Huelo plantation last week
made its first shiprr.cn t of sugar.
The first annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Lahaina Ice Co.
under its new charter was held at
the Pioneer Mill Company's office
last Monday eveniug, Apr.28th, when
the following officers were elected to
serve for the ensuing year: v7. L.
Decoto, President; W. Henning, Vice
President; A. Aalberg, Secretary;
C. L. Scrlmger, Treasurer and T.
Koehler, Auditor. These gentle
men also constitute the Board of
Several accidents have occurred
lately on the new flume being con
structed by the Pioneer Mill Co. in
the Kahoma gulch near Mount Re
treat, due, it would seem to careless
ness on the part of the victims them
selves. On Friday last, the 25th
inst. a Japanese was killed by falling
fram the flume to the bottom of the
gulch, a height of over 1000 ft. The
sides of this canyon are said to be
very pricipitous, almost perpendicu
lar, and it is supposed that he was
seized with a tit of dizziness, or per
haps blown off by a suaden guest of
the wind, a very strong breeze pre
vailing that day. Last Monday after
noon the 29th, another Japanese
met his death in the same place, a
rock falling Jrom above striking him
on the head and knocking him off
the flume into the abyss below. A
Coroners' inquest was held in both
C. A. Buchanan of Pukoo.Molokai,
came over on "Lehua" last Thurs
day week, and was greeted by bis
Mr. Leong Kee, merchant tailor
has made an assignment for the bene
fit of his creditors, and Mr. L. M,
Vellesen has been appointed as
signee. ' ' " ' -
The bark "C. D. Bryant," Capt.
Colly, arrived at Kaanapali last Sun
day, the 27th inst. 28 days from
Seattle, with a cargo of coai for the
Pioneer Mill Co.
The schr. "C. H. Merchant" An
derson, master, finished discharging
her cargo of lumber last Tuesday and
Reared for Port Townsend Wednes
day 30th inst.
Two of the sailors left the vessel
just as she was getting ready to
weigh anchor, and the captain , ex
perienced "a bad quarter of an hour"
in consequence, but decided to go
shorthanded and got away at 3:3.0 p.m
Ihe weather was very blustering,
wjlh an o?casional sprinkle of rain,
the early part of this week, but is
now of the beautiful, bright quality
typical of Lahaina.
ptstrict Court Items.
Two interesting cases were tried
this week, in the District Court in
The first was the Territory vs Cy
rus Green to abate a nuisance, tn
this case, Mr. Green, as contractor,
was employed in the construction of
a building on premises owned by Mrs.
Aluli, on Market street. The ques
tion of the true boundary lino of the
street was involved, and the Sheriff
who claimed that the foundations of
the building encroached on Market
street, ordered Mr. Green to move
the building back. Mr. Green refus
ed to do so, claiming that he was on
private property, and was therefore
arrested. At the trial of the case it
appeared front the testimony of Mr.
E. H. Bailey and Surveyor Eldredge,
and from data obtained from the old
Monsarrat plat of Market street
that the building encroached on the
street, and Mr. Green was fouud
guilty and fined $10. The case will
Tho second was tho Territory vs
Jaclc Neill, charged with the allowing
the shaking of dice at the Aloha
Saloon, The law provides that this
is an offence m licensed saloons, and
as the prosecution failed to prove to
the court that the act was commit
ted in a liceused saloon, defendant
Draft No. 1450 drawn on A. & B.,
for $120, in favor of H. B. Weller
has been lost. Payment has been
stopped, and all persons are warned
against negotiating the same. Suit
able reward will bo paid, if returned
to Wailuku Depot..
H. B. WELLER.
At Pala Plantation Pen,
Saturday,A1siy 10th, 1002,
Horses, Geldii.gs, Mare., Colts ana
W. H. CORNWELL.
Will be received by the Superin
tendent, of Public Works until 1 P.
M., of Monday, May 5th,l!t02,,for the
Construction of Reservoir, Screen
and Stone Chamber.etc. for Lahaina
Plans and specificationc on file in
Office of .Superintendent of Public
Tho upcrintend.eut .reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
, JAMES. H. BOYD. I
Superintendent of Public Works.
Will be received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 P.
M., on Monday, May 5tb, 1902, for
Laying 6 inch and 5 inch cast iron
pipe, 4 inch, 3 inch, and 2 inch wrought
iron pipe, hydrants, stand pipes, etc.
for Lahaina Water Works.
Plans and specifications on file in
office of Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Notice is hereby given that all ac
counts due me are payable to J. L.
Coke Attoney of Law, Wailuku Maui,
and all parties indebted to me are
requested to come forward at once
and settle the same.
Dr. K. SOGA: M. D.
Wailuku Apr. 12, 1902.
R. A. Wadsworth of the Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki-
pul Ranche Butter, put up in pound
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. Orders may be left with him.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby clvcn that tho underslirnefl
has beeu uppointud Administrator of the Estate
qf Auwekooluni, deceased, lateof Kauaio, Maui,
and all persona having claims against said Es
tate even if the same are Kecured by mortgage
upon real property, are hereby requested tq pro-
sent the same duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers II uny exist, to the undersigned,
at his nlUco in Wailuku, Muui, H,, T., within six
months from I he tlrat publication of this notice.
All claims not so presented will be forever
Dated at Wailuku, Maul. March 20tb, 190-!.
JAMES L. COKE,
Administrator of the Estate of AuweltooUni,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
in Probate. In the Matter of the. Estate or
Tang Ming or Ah Ming late of Kahului, Maui
ORDEli OF HEARING.
On Roading and Filing the Petition of paug
Wong, Administrator of the Estate or Ah Ming'
praying for an Order of Baleof that undivided
one-third iutorwt, belonging to tulj Estate, in
that certain assignment of Lease, of certain
premises situatedin Wailuku. Maui, and setting
forth ceataiu reasons why such interest should
be sold ; to wit; That It is for the best interest
of said Estate that its said interest in said lease
It is hereby Ordered, that the next of kin of
the sulci decased and all persons Interested in
said Estate, appear before this Court on Thurs
day, the l-'th du.y of June, A. D. Mti, at 1(1 A.M.
at tho Court House in Wailuku, Maul, then and
thero to show cause why an order should not
be granted fur tho sale of such Estate.
Dated at Wulluku, this 1st day or May, lOtti.
By tho Court.
(Seal) L. R. CROOK
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