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For good fresh bread, ring up
Burlem's Bakerv. '
The June term of Circ uit Court will
convene on Wednesday, June 4.
The Maui Hotel entertained a Urge
number of guests at hist Sunday's
Summer shirt waists? Yes a large
stock to choose from nt the Kahului
ThoMAiii Alert and Mornini Stars
play ball at Wells Park, tomorrow
The wireless telegraph station at
Luhaiiia will open again for business
Send your job work to the Maui
News Job Office. Neat and prompt
Choice, fresh Kahilunui butter al
ways on hand at the Maui Soda &
Ice Works. Tel. 85.
. Mr. Patton, of a Honolulu firm, is
on Maui this week, buying up scrapt
ron to ship to. the coast.
Can anybody tell whv somebody
does not lead the movement in rs
novatina the Wailuku cemetery?
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku held
a very pleasant and successful social
at Alexander Hall, last night.
Cannon Ault is cultivating a grassy
lawn on the church plot, which will
add very much to appearance of the
Material is being landed at Hana
to build a new $U0,00( mill at Hana
Plantation, as soon as the present
cane crop Is ground.
Now that the summer "trades'
and dry weather have come, new
building propositions will soon be
inaugurated In Wailuku.
See nTti'?e of Blacksmith Shop
business for sale at Lahaina. This
is a lirst class business investment
for a high grade blacksmith. -
The First National Bank of Wai
luku is rapidly increasing its list of
rlcnru.itnra nnrl is nrmttnntlvinpl'nnQ.
ing in popularity and usefulness.
Thoso wishing to have their seats
reserved for the comedy "Vacation"
will kindly call at Enos Store from
next Thursday on. Box Plan will
open at 9 a. m.
A Grand Hawaiian Concert, by
local talent, is to be given at Wai
luku Schop' Houso on Thursday June
5, to raise funds for the Lahaina
Sunday School Convention.
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and auy one desiring
' to secure it should make) immediate
D. L. MEYER.
"Vacation" a delightful little come
dy, will be given at Wailuku School
House, two weeks from tonight, as
well us an olio of lirst class music.
Secure yp tickets in advance.
A delightful ,'enteraTnTOttJ;was
given iJy the Makaroo Literary
Club on Ttiursdnjcevehing, an accoiwt
of which, with ther"iQteretinjj mat-!
ter is crowded but of this issue by "a1
rush of ads, 1
The new boots for the Wailuku
Books Club have arrived, and will
soon bu ready for distribution. It is
hoped that the members ( will "pass
them along" more promptly than
they did last year,
ANNorNCE.MEiT.Mr. George B.
Schrader 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.
Wailuku Maui, '
On Corpus Christi Day, June 1, the
. Jiahului Railroad Co, will run special
. trains from all its terminals, includ
ing Kihei, to Wailuku at reduced
rates. The list train train wi'l not
leaxe Wailuku till after the close of
ball gn me. See big ad on opposite
On July 3, the Aloha Dramatic
Club will give a' grand Masquerado
Ball, at the Castle Hall of Aloha
i Lodge, Wailuku. This Ball will be
given under the Auspices of Aloha
Lodge, and no pains or expense will
be spared to make it the most
elaborato affair of the season.
On Friday of week before last, a
team and spring wagon belonging to
W. F. Pogue of Nahiku went over
the pali, near the junction of the
Wilson & Whitehouse and the McKay
roads, above Nahiku. They fell a
bout 200 feet. One, of the horses
was killed, and the vagon was de
stroyed, the driver narrowly escap
jug. with hid life.
Although the Wumapus aro not
strong on uniforms, still they showei'
the boys how ball should be played,
last Sunday afternoon, defeating tin
Puunenos by a score or 16 to 8.
There was some doubt, before the
game was called, as W which was.
the stronger team, but all cioubt wa
removed before the end of the first
inning. It at once became apparent
that the training und team work ol
the Waikapvis would count for lonv
odds in thdr favor. The Puunenes
have plenty of excellent material,
but the fact they had nevei played
together before was quite noticeable.
After they have pluyed two or three
league gan,es tin y bid fair to devel
op into a very strong team.
The Waikapus showed a wonderful
improvement in form over their last
match, and played a fast, s'eady
and good game. Tomorrow, the Morn
ing Stars play the Maui Alerts, and
as it is the maiden game of the latter
team much curiosity is felt as to their
make-up and cup winning qualities.
Walsh, right fielder for the Puu
nenes and Searle of tho Waikapus
did notably tine work both covering
their ground well and making grand
stand catches of sky balls. Searle
negotiated one very fancy double
Following is the official score of
last Sunday's game.
W. K. P. T. R. B.H. P.Q. A E
Cornwell c. . . 6 1 1 11 12
Searle cf.. .61 2 210
K. Silva 6 3 1 10 1
Cummings lb 6 2 2 8 0 2
J Enos 3b 6 3 2 111
Thompson p. 6 1 2 2 0 1
Gage rf 5 2 0 " 0 0 0
Buchanan ss.. 5 2 10 10
Holt 2b. 5 1 1 2 0 1
Total 16 12 27 4 8
Puunene T. R. B.H. P.O. A E
McKinney 3b. 5 1 . 1-. 3 12
Dixou p 5 1 0 ,111
Profetlb... . 5 1 2 8 0 4
Henderson ss 5 0 1 12 0
Correll 2b. .. 5 1 1 2 14
Walsh rf.... 5 , 0 0 2 0 0
Mawae c 5 1 .0 7 4 8
Nawaicf.... 5 2 2 2 1 0
K.Smythelf.. 5 1 0 110
Total....'.,.. 8 f 27 U 19
Haleakala Lodge No. I, K. of P.
This organization, which has been
at work uuder dispensation in Wai
luku, received its charter this week,
with the following charter members:
Judge John W. Kalua, C. C. j S. Kelii
nok V. C.;Rev. J, Nua, P.; M. C.
Ross, M. of W.; T. B. Lyons, M. of
E.; W. E. Bal, M. of A.; G. W. Max:
well, M. of F.; M. Kauhimahu, K. of
R. & S.; Jos. Welch, I. G . ; D. Crow
ell, O. G. Since its organization,
twenty new members have been
initiated, in addition to the charter
Haleakala Lodge has no affiliation
with regular Py thiau knighthood, nor
rstfr-4XCOgn',zed branch of that
pnler but is worlng-udcr,a charter
from S, W. Starts, of Charleston, S,
C", Supreme Commander. . The wo-ir
is piucticaupr mentivai. wuu inui o
regular knighthood howeven
The new lodge is strongly organis
ed here, and bids fair to be prosper
ous, Hie meetings or the lodge are
held hi the hail over Hoffman &
The Executive Committee of the
Maui Racing Association are ener
getically at work on the track and
grounds at Kahului, and about the
first of June, everything will be in
apple-pie order down there, so that
horsemen can go on tho track and
The buildings and fences have all
been put in order and whitewashed.
There are about twenty stalls avail
able, und the number will be increas
ed, if necessary.
Work is being pushed on the track,
and it will ready for the i oiler in
another week. No pains or expense
will be spared to put it in perfect
Good racing is promised for the
Fourth, and the big purses hung for
the 12th of August races will attract
a large contingent of fast stock from
Hilo and Honolulu, so that our Aug.
races are destined to be a notable
Mr. Chas. D. Lufkln and Mr. R. H.
Wadsworth of Wailuku spent last
Sunday in Lahaina, returning before
business hours 04 Monday iuorning.
A case of scarlet' fever, the first
one in his 14 years' experience us
government physician of Lahaina,
was discovered lust Monday by Dr.
Davison in the family of Leong Koo.
a Chinese tailor, whose G year old
child was found to be sufl'o-ing with
mis disease, fortunately in a mik
form. Prompt measures for the
isolation of the patent, the family
and the preniises were taken, a
policeman oeing stationed on guard
ni front of the house and a cuuspicuons
poster in several laugunges warning
people against the danger of infection.
At latest accounts the child was
much improved and will probable
have fully recovered in a couple of
weeks. No new cases have been re
ported. Hon. Sam'l Damon, who came up
to Luhaina in the "Noeau" last week
Tuesday and went over to Lanai the
following aay, returned in the Lanui
mail boat last Saturday afternoon to
catch the "Claudine" for Honolulu.
He spoke in enthusiastic terms
of the magnificent piece of property
known as the Lanai Ranch, and of
the great possibilities of the island.
Tho local ba.seball team is prac' ic
ing very hard on the diamond near
Mala, and the East Maui teams would
better look sharp to their laurels,
which are in danger of being wrested
Miss Renwick left on the Kinau
last Wednesday night for a few
weeks visit in Hilo. During her ab
sence tho Renwick is in charge of
We understand that Geo. Lindsey
has illuminated the Camp 1 club
house with eletric lights. Mr. Liud
sey is always making improvements
of some kind and we sincerely hope
that some day he will move to Puu
nene. Miss Huntington and her mother
drove over from Paia Wednesday to
visit the mill. Mrs. Huntington will
return to her home in the States in u
few days after a pleasant visit of two
months on Maui.l
There is some talk of organizing
another baseball uine here of which
Geo. Mavfield will be capt., and Geo.
Keeney, pitcher. This probably will
be the team that will be sent to Hon
olulu this season.
C. J. Cass and his force of carpen
ters are making fine progress on the
new ware-house which when finished
which will be a credit to both himself
Chris. Christopherson, Jr., has been
confined to his bed for tho last week
with malarial fever.
Policeman Vavrick was called to
Kihel last Monday night and suc
ceeded in getting there in time to
arrest one poor Jap. whom he took to
Wailuku. He returned about four
the next morning with the idea that
a policeman's job is not as soft a
snap as some people people think.
Mr. Wilkie had quite an exciting
experience the other evening when a
Jap got after him with a razor, bnt
owing to the friendly feeling which
bu hvoys existed between him and
tho Japs helrjw .allowed to go with
no further harm than ttoelos&jrf his
wailuku Dramatic cc musical m
An Original Comedy in Two Acts, by
WAILUKU UNION SCHOOL
On Saturday, June 7, 1902
Doors Open at 7 p. m. Curtain at 8:15 p. m.
General Admission $ .50
Reserved Seats $1.00
Besides this mirthful comedy, the
program will include various musical
selections. The proceeds of the en
tertainment will form the nucleus of
a fund for the erection of a hall at
the Catholic Mission, at Wailuku.
RESERVED SEATS may bo se
cured at A. Enos' Store.-
Box Plan will will be open on
Thursday, May 29, at 9 a. m. and
close on June 7, at 5 p. m.
COME miX AND AVOID TOE Bl'SH
No. 501)4: " ''
REPORT OH THB CONDITION OF
Tlte First National Bonk of VVcl-
uku, nt Wailuku, Maul. In flic
Ter, of Hawaii at the close of
luiblnctts, Ai ril 30, 1D2.
Loans und Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
Premiums on U. S. Jlonds
Banking house, furniture
Expenses paid less profits
Due from Statu Banks und
Interiiiil-Ri venue Stumps
Checks and other cash items 7,03'J.Utj
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents
Lawpui, Money Reserve
in Bank, viz:
Specie 14,3(13 15'
Redemption fund with U. S. ' '
Treasurer (5 per cent
' circulation) 325.0H
Total . 4.GS1.74
Capital stock paid in 25,0U(
National Bank notes out
Due to State Bank and
Individual deposits subject
to check 31,527.83
Demand certificates of
Ter. of Hawaii, Island of Maui, ss:
I, CD. Lufkin, Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear thai
the abpve statement is true to tin
best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN.
R. A. Wadsworth 1
Wm. T. Robinson Directors.
C. D. Lurkin )
Subscribed and sworp to befon
me this 17th day of May, 1902.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Second Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Notlco Is hereby given that tho undersigned
has this dav been appointed by the Ban. J. W.
Kalua, Judge ol tho Circuit Court of tho Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, as administrator
of the Estate of FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, lntv
of Wailuku, Maul, dee d, in plaoe of S. KAPU
and MRS. EUNICE SCHOLTZ, co-administrators,
All uiirtics are hereby notlfled not to deal
vrlth the said S. IvAPU and MRS. EUNICE
SCHOLTZ, in matters relating to the Raid
Estate. All rents are to be paid ti tho under
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Admr. Est. pf FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, Dee d,
Wulluku, Maul, May 19, MM.
Assignee's Notice. 1
The Arm of Ki Sing & Co., doing a general
mercantile business nt Lahaina, Maui, having
made n general assignment to tha undersigned
for the benefit of all its creditors:
Notuu is hereby given to the credttorsof said
firm to present their clulms to the uudersigued
at h'.s omce la Wailuku, Maul, within thirty
days from this date, or the sumo will be for
- Wailuku, Maul, May 18, 1003.
JAS. L. COKE,
r)v Assignee Estate of Ki Sing
CtwuiTerritory ftt JIbkaII. At Chouiuer.
in rrouuie?- uuih Miner 01 ibb uimra w
Tung Ming or All WTtOje of Kahulov; Jrfaui,
decuusud, iuteslute. ,
ORDER OF HEARINCi. .'
On Reading and Filing the Petition of inn
Wong, Administrator of the Estate of Ah Ming,
praying for an Order of saleof that undivided
one-third interest, belonging to suid Estate, lu
that certain assignment of Lease, of certain
premises situatedin Wailuku. Maul, and setting
forth ceulaln 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 said decased and all persons Interested lu
uaid Estate, appear before this Court on Thurs
day, the lath duy of June, A. D. Wri, at 10 A.M.
at the Court Huu.se In Wailuku, Maul, then and
there to show cause why an order should not
be granted for the sale of such Estate.
Dated ut Wailuku, this 1st day of May, lei.
lly the Court.
(Seal) L. R. CROOK
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale or Rent,
ONE BLACKSMITH SHOP.
with tools complete, at Lahaina, Maui.
Has also a large stock of Carriage
Supplies, Harness, Carriages, Bug
gies, and Wagons which he will sell
at Reduced Rates.
For further information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
Main Hotel, Waiiukus
or to George H.Dunn, Lahaina, Maui.
Write for Catnlogu .
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Corner Union a
P. O. Box 784,
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SURREYS, " " f $140, ,
TWO SEAT-WAGONS - --r $65. "
TOP BUGGIES " $00. '
PHAETONS $UC. p !
BRAKES , . $33.50,' ti
HARNESS $1(2.00 UP PET SET
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OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST,
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WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE;
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We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
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Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firn
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Pa-
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufactur
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa CalabD
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We Also Receive Articles on Co
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