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Polo at Kahului this nfttirnrioir,
and baseball at Wells Park tomorrow
Send four job work orders to' the
Maui News Job Office. Neat work
and prompt delivery.
For a neat and ri&tty riff, good
drivers and prompt service, riny up
tho Bismark Stables.
Ladies' Guild niectiog at Mrs. G.
B. Robertson's residence next Tues
day afternoon, M:iy SiN.
Contractor Burlem is rapidly losing
flesh, having accldently chopped oil
the eud of a linger last week.
The Ladies' Guild will give a social
at'Alexandcr Hall uext Friday even
ing, May 23, at 8 'p. in. All are cor
Supt. It. W. Filler is preparing an
elaborate regatta for Fourth of July
morning, at which substantial purses
will be awarded. - ':
The Lahaina Ice Co. have just
paid their first new stock dividend of'
1 percent for tho month of April.
Holders of this stock are to bo con
gratulated. Tho steady rains which have pre--y'
vailecfat Wailuku since February
seem to havo gone for the summer,
and now our pretty little town is its
cwn smiling self once more.
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. MEYER.
Waikapu river was so high on last
Monday evening that some of the
intending passengers on the Mauna
Loa could not cross it to catch the
steamer at Maalaea Bay.
The citizens of Wailuku waked up,
turned over, grunted and went to
snoring again on the 'proposition of
macadamizing ou,r streets. Will noth
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ing snoi s ui au t-ui wiquuhe uiuusc
The Maui Hotel has been doing a
large business for the past two weeks, :
notwithstanding the fact, as face
tiously stated by its ex-manager
that it is being run by the "Sunday
Shareholders in the First National
-.. 'Bank of Wailuku will please call at
the office of the bank aud receive
Iheir certificates of stock on payment
of twenty-five cents per, share for
Pearson & Potter Co. is unquestion
ably the leading house for sporting
goods ca the Islands, and the Maui
, Athletic Club members should look
over its new ad. up in the northeast
corner of this page.
Announcement. Mr. George B.
Sehrader is now prepared to give,
lessons on the piano forte either
at his residence ,or at residence of
pupils.. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel. (
A number of changes . have been
made in tho interior arrangements
of tho Maui Hotel. The dining room
is moved down stairs, the restaurant
S"mjed to the former barber 6hop,
, and the witttt j-oora is in the old res-
inadefoT-piicer t at Wain
v-coiicert at vv ainee unurcn,
. Lahaina, on JuueHlor the purpow
of raisins fun3s to detPaTlhe ex
penses of the Sunday School ,ConfiJ.
tion to .bo held there later. Miss
., Rowena Richardson has charge of
management of the concert,
Ah . Nin, Wailuku s enterprising
wash man, has completed arrange
meats to open a butcher shop in the
, new Enos Block on Market street,
about June 1. Ah Nin promises mut
ton once or twice a week which will
prove a very popular and attractive
innovation on the present order of
As a rule, Wailuku's water supply
. is as pure and limpid as dewdrops
on a May morning, but one day this
week proved an exception. The res
ervoir supply became .exhausted,
, and Supt. Bal was compelled to turn
on the water of, the river while it
. was a boiling flood, caused by heavy
and incessant rains. It is all right
again, however. . .
v The next Makawao Literary en
' twtaioment will be held at the home
-of Me. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken, at
Puuojnalcj, Makawao, on Thursday
H evening nej, tte.22ud -inst., unless
th' weather hdkild prove too stormy,
' The cb.ef tiyurv ou. tlie program
i.will be VwOpeiettiv, -entitled "The
i Baiber. i!. CathL.'.'.-Jhe public are
cordially hi7;ted to attend.
Maul freeing Association".
On Thursday evening, the adjourn
ed meetiirg of the Maui Bacing Asso
ciation was held, to lake further
action concerning the proposed racesi
From Honolulu and Hilo very eu
courag'mg reports were received. G.
S. McKenlfic, manager of the Vol
cano Stables, Kilo, has expressed his
intention to'cottie mid briug a ttring
of flyers and a baseball team with
him. Oilier prominent horsemen on
the big island are yet to hear from,
but a contingefit of them may reason
ably be expected.
The Hoitoiuiu racing tnen cxr-riss
themselves enthusiastically over the
proposition, and promise to bring
a number of fast ones over here for
the August races-. The Honolulu men
even go further and say that if the
big races are held on Maui, July 4,
they will cut Hilo and come here.
LJowever, the Maui Association will,
stand for Hilo this year and defei"
our big racing meet to Aug. 12. Next,
year, if our races prove a success,
this year, we may try to capture the
July races, which by a long line of
precedents rightly belongs to us.
Upon hearing the above favorable
reports, the Association decided to
give the rac.es as proposed at the
last meeting, the substance of which
were published last week.
Two minor changes were made in
the progrurns. For the Fourth of
July races, the bicycle race was
struck out, and the purse added to
the foot-race, making first money
125.00, second money f 10.00,entrauce
fee, $2.50. In the August races, a
change was made in No. 6, the pony
race. Instead of a pony race for
$100.00, a polo pony race, polo play
ers to ride, will be 'given, for a purse
of $150. As a polo team from Hono-;
lulu will be present at that time to
play a Maui team, there will probab
ly be several Honolulu polo ponies hi
the races, so that the Maui polo
ponies will have to look well to their;
The Executive Committee of the
Association made a brief oral report
at the meeting, concerning the track
and grounds, showing that the work
of getting ready for the races is be
ing energetically pushed. Contracts
have been let to repair and white
wash the buildings and fences, and
the work has been pushed. Work is
also being done on the track, which
is not in' a bad state to start with.
The track will probably be ready for
the flyers by the middle of June, if
not before, and no-efforts will be
spared to put it in the best of con
Indications are very flattering for
good races on the Fourth and better
ones on August 12, and those who
are interested in such matters, es
pecially deiinouent members who lost
all interest on account of laxness in
racing matters during the past few
years, are cordially and earnestly in
vited to loin hands, with the manage
ment, and help to make the races a
"Vacation" by Local Talent.
The Wailuku Dramatic & Musical
society, consisting-or aoout ten or
eleven of Wailuku's dramatic ta'ent,
will present 'vacation, a very
laughable drama in two acts, on the
evening oi June th. The society
haye been rehearsing this piece for
some lime past, ana a rara treat is
in store for those who will be for-
Juoftte enough to attend. "Vacation"
w9eryiiccessiuiiy piayea in tipo
ttifl play "Vacation, there are many
musiisslelectioos of different mstru
mentationachkb mil be fseseuted
by the musicianSf the cluti An
Ocarina quartette and irstrunsetatal
selections will be featuriof the eveiM
tog. . ...
The proceeds of the concert will
go towards a fund for .a erection of
a Hall at the Catholic Mission, whwb
Father Libert has contemplated fcu
some, time past. This is a good pur-
pose which. in itself should .draw a
big. house. . The entertainment will
be given at the Wailuku school house,
iust about the time when the June
term of Court will be in session. ,
. Those who will take part in the
drama "Vacation! .are George. B.
Schrader, Augustine Edob. Jr., Joseph
A. Potter, Clement Crpwell, Joaquin
Garcia. Antone J. Gomes, Antoue
Garjiia, Frank Vasconcellos Jr,
Henry Meyer and John Garcia,.. . .
..The program of the enterfuinmeut
will appear in next week's issue of
the Maui News. - ,
There is some talk, of a photogra
pher! coming, to Wailuku .to locate,
,A.fi.rs.tclass r-hotorn-apher would do
Last Sunday afternoon was ft red
letter day in the history of Maui
baseball, it being the day on which
the League championship games
opened. A large crowd was in at
tendancet and the weather was just
right for the game.
The Morniirg Stars were pitted
against the uikapus, and as the
former team ftre all lithe, active atid
well trained lads, accustomed to
play together, it was conceded that
they would win, as is Verified by the
score given below. The Waikapu
team contains two or three players
that are better than anything the
Morning Stars have got, but the
balance or the Waikapu team are
raw, almost to puiikness. A few:
games however, will develop a good
team. For one reason though, the
Waikapus deserved to lose, and that
was because they did not play in uni
form. Every thing from rough rider:
boots to dress suits and silk hats
"went" with them, while their oppo
nents were conspicuously handsome
iu their neat magpie uniforms.
The following is the official score:
M. Stars T. R. B.H. P.O. A
J. Garcia 2b
Ross rf. .
Jackson p. .
Pickard lb. .
N.Krueger If 0
A. Garcia ss J
K.Smith cf . . 6
T Krueger 3b 5
W. K. P.
Cornwell c. .-.
Keliinoi 2b .
J Enos 3b. . . .
Buchanan ss.. 5
Wailama tt 4
Total...... 12 17 24 5 12
Tomorrow afternoon the Waikapus
and Puuneues will cross bats, and as
the Puunenes are new material, there
is considerable conjecture as to the
result of the game.
A favorable reply has been receiv
ed to the challenge sent by the M. A,
A.s to the Hilo Baseball Club to play
at Wailuku on June 11, but on account
of the big races here on Aug. 12, the
game may be deferred till that time.
Last Saturday afternoon the Ma
kawao Polo Club played with the
Wailuku team, In more senses than
one. inis was expected, because
Crook's arm was too lame to play
with the Wailukus, and Cummings
took his place. Both Cummings and
Thompson are new beginners, and
Baldwin and Cornwell could not save
the day. Had either Cummings or
Thompson been detailed to play with
the Makawao's, giving the Wailuku
team one of Makawao's skilled play
er, it would have made the two teams
of about equal strength. If the Ma
kawaos, who are generous foes, will
wait till the Wailuku team develops
its players, they will be furnished
with a series of games which wi'l
interest them. Von Tempsky, Kafa
ma, Lindsay and Wilbur were the
Makawao line up, and Frnuk Baldwin-,
Cornwell, Cumming and Thomp
son were mallet wielders for the
Another polo game is on the card
for this 'Afternoon at Kahului.
Two Fatalities on Molokal.
On April 22, Mr. S. K. Kckahuna,
school teacher at Waialua. went out
duck shooting, accompanied by Ke
am uiu, one oi his pupjis. The gun
was accidentally discharged, wound
ing Ulu in the leg. Owing to the
tack of prompt medical attendance,
gaugveue set in, and he .died May 2,
On April 29, Ivaukino, a native
.who resided at Kamililio was riding
home from the post-office at Kamalo,
on Vjricious hore which, threw him
and dragged bimYiearry .fifty yards
over a rdeky toad before n3 foot be
came detached from tti stirup. He
was unconscichtp when foud, and re
mained so until hhi death,' which oc
cured on May 3.
. A quiet wedding wilbe celebrated
at Paia next Tuesday, Dr. El (i.
Beckwith officiating. Tfee contract--.ing
Vjarties are V.. L. B0e4rk, W
countaut at the Wailuku.. SPlantatlpi
and Dr. Clement. ,Tha-young courts
will make, their new hows iu,W&(lukii,
where . tbey will add. matqrlalV t
the social life of our. little .city TheM
wilLreaJde in..the .MawM!.. WRKf
adjoining Dr. Weddick's resid'sac.
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale or Rent,
ONE BLACKSMITH SHOP.
with tool complete, a t Lahaina. Maul.
Has also a large stock of Carriage
Supplies, Harness, Carriages, Hug
gies, and 'Wagons which he will sell
at Reduced Rates.
For further information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
Maui Hotel, Waiiuku,
or toGeorge II. Dunn, Laha'um, Maui.
L. M. Vetlesen. of Lahaina, Maui,
is the duly authorized agent of ti e
Maci News, to solicit subscriptions,
advertisements and job work, and to
collect and receipt for the same.
G. B. ROBERTSON,
. ' Prop. Maui New s
Will bo received by the Superin-
tendeut of Public Works until 1 P.
M., of Monday, May 5th, 1902, for the
Construction of Reservoir, Screen
aud Stone Chamber,itc. for Lahaina
Plans and specifications on filo in
Office of Superintendent of Public
Tho Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES. H. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.:
Will be received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 P.
M., on Monday, May 5th, 1902, for
Laying 6 inch and 5 incn cast iron
pipe,4 inch,3 inch.and 2 inch wrought'
iron pipe, hydrants, stand pipes, etc.1
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, j
Superintendent of Public Works.'
Notice is hereby given that all ac
counts due me are payable to J. L.
Coke Attoney of Law, Wailuku Maul,
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. Vadsworth of the Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki-i
nui Ranche Butter, put up iu pound
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. Orders may be left with him.
The firm of Kl Sing & Co., doing a general
morcuntile buslneH at Luhaiua, Maul, huviuti
made a general Diislgnmont to tho unU'rsl'iRd.
lor the benefit of all Us creditors:
Notice Is hereby given to the oreilltor.s of said
Hitu to present their claims to the undersigned
at his olHco lu Wailuku, Muui, within thirty
dry from this date, or tho same will be for
Wailuku, Maui, May 16, j
JAS. L. COKE,
Assignee Estate of Kl Sin;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
in Probate. In tho Matter of .the Estate of
Tang Mlug or Ah Mlug late ol Kahului, Maul:
deceased, Intestate. '
. 1 ORDER OF HEARINO..
On Reading and Filing the Petition of Dang
Wong, Administrator of the Estate of Ah Ming,
praying for an Order of Baleof that undivided
one-third ;uterest, belonging to suld Estuto, In
that certain assignment of Lease, of certain
premises sltuatedln Wailuku. Maul, and setting
forth ceatuln reasons why such lnturost 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 Ordered1, that the uext of kin ol
the Kuludecusea acq au persons iniercsieu m
suld Estate, appeur before this Court on Thurs
day, the Uth day or. June, A. U. Mti, ut 10 A.M.
at the Court House i Wailuku, Maul, then and
there to show causfe why an order should uok
be granted for the ao'.e oT such Estate.
bated at Wailuku, this 1st duyof May, llXci,
By the Court.
(Seal) L. R. CROOK
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