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After a week of beautiful weather,
April showers set in again this week.
"Vacation," a delightful drama, at
Wuiluku School House, next Satur
Baseball at Wells Park tomorrow
af'crmtm lie t ween I'dunciies uud
Fjr prompt and first class job
work, soiu.1 ' our orders to the Maui
Stipl,. Filler U perfecting arrange-1
uicr.ts for a regatta at Kahului on
the morning of Juh' 1.
'..The Ladies' Guild meets at the
ivMdenec of Mrs. John Weddick next
Tuesd.iy afternoon, Juno 3.
Negotiations are on for a new bar
ber, a white mail, at the Maui Hotel.
A good man ought 10 do well here.
There will he a practice game of
polo at the Kahului grounds this
afternoon, by the M.A. A. polo team.
Don't forget the Masquerade Ball
to be given by Aloha Dramatic Club,
under the auspices of Aloha L,odge,
Don't fail to secure tickets for the
entertainment to be given by the
Wailuku Dramitic Club. On sale at
Sauerbrunnen, direct from "Koe
nigs quelle" in the IJarz mountains,
advertised in this issue by H. Hack
feld & Co.
The Hawaiians given a benefit
concert at Wuiluku School House on
next Thursday evening June 5. The
music will bo fine.
It is worth a visit to the "Maui
Baar in the K. of P. building, to
see the many bcatiful spocimens of
Hawaiian handi work.
Regular Monthly Meeting of Maui
Athletic Association next Monday
evening. Important business; all
members should attend.
.The track at Kahului is in fine
condition, and trainiog will probably
bo commenced in a fey clays, pre
paratory to the July races.
W. H. Crozier of Lahaina has
leased, his blacksmith shop and tools
to Frank Rose, vli6 will go to Laha
ina and take charge of the shop on
The Fu st National Bank of Wai
' Iuku is agent for the English-American
and Firemen's Fund Insurance
Companies. 'Any one desiring fire
insurance should give them a call.
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tcmpsky's Dairy
Ranche. For salo in quantities de
sired. Send your orders to
Maui Soda & Ice Works Co.
Bicycle notice: On June 1, W.
II. Crozier of Lahaina will receive a
large consignment of new bicycles of
the best make. Those wanting wheels
should look oyer his stock and prices.
The Lahaina boys are enthusing
' over base ball, and want to play the
the champion league team, at the end
"of the season. There will probably
be a Lahaina team, in noxt seasoa's
NQTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
If all building, and any ono desiring
to secure it should make immediate
. application to
D. L. MEYER, J
j Mr. W. iF. Crockett an eloquent
speaker Irom Puuueue will deliver a
memorial Day address at Kaahumanu
Church, Wailuku, tomorrow morning.
Ounttay) at. 11 o clock, All are
Announcement. Mc.l George B
Schrader is now prepared to give
Jessbns on the piano forte either
at his residence or a't residence of
pupils, For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
. Wailuku Maui. 1
A meeting will bo held at the Wai
luku Court House ou next Wednes
day evening, to select three members
for the St. Louis Exposition Conv
mitteo. All interested in the pro
gross of the Islands should try aud
be present. - ' ,
Tomorrow is Corpus Christi Day,
and arrangements have been made
to celebrate the day on an elaborate
scales. Trains will bo run froinPaia
and Kihei, at reduced rates, and
larse number of visitors from the
. country are expected.
Preparations for a' concert at
Wainee Chuach, Lahaina, under the
v rnfcnagement of Miss Rowena Richard;
gon ou June 11 are well under way,
Manager . Barckhauseu of Pioneer
plantation has promised Jo light up
tl'ie church with electio lights oo the
eVeniug ot the entertainment. -
June Term of Court.
On next Wednesday Juno 4, the
June term of the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial District begins nt
Vuiluku. The calendar is a lengthy
one, there being 1(! ciiniinal cases,
3 committal cases, 34 civil cases,
mil about 20 other cases of a miscel-
The following are the panels cf
;rand and trial jurors:
Grund Jurors: Chus. Brown, Jno.
Irown. Jr, Wm. Conway, W. H.
Cornwell.fr., Jos. Cockett, Thomas
iiuiinins, D. Quill, David Taylor,
W. 11. King, E. M. Kapoo, Jas. Kirk-
and, T. B. Lyons, Edgar Morton, J.
Nua, John Pikard, L. von Teinpsky,
. G. Dickens, John D.nv, M.Faustino
C. K. Farden. S. B. Harry. G. B.
leiiderson, A. J. Rodrigucs, H. R.
Trial Jurors: Geo. Aiken, Chas.
Jailey. W. E. Bal, C. H. G. Braun,
W. U. Boole, Thos. Chirk, Clement
Crowell, Pia Cockett, E. B. Carley,
M. L. Decker, Alika Dowse tt, Henry
Gitao.i, Guy Goodness.. David Kui-
icahi, S. Keliinoi, J. V. Kerr, J. N.
K. Keola, M. Kauhimahu, D. K. Ka-
haulelio, Geo. Copp, D. Kapohaki-
nohewa, Geo.Kauhi, D. McCorriston,
Geo. Maxwell, A. B. Naone, H. K.
Nahoolelua, W. F. Pogue, E. II.
Picper, J. K. Richardson, E. C.
Robinson, W. G. Scott, G. B. Schrad-
er, C. D. Simerson, Chas. Thompson,
Edw. Wilcox, Geoige Weight.
Dramatic and Musical Entertain
On next Saturday evening, the
Wailuku Dramatic and Musical Socie;
ty promise a high class entertain
ment at the Wailuku Union School.
Much time has been devoted to re-
learsals, and the following program
will be offered:
Part I. Piano Solo, "Maritana,"
. B. Schroder; Vocal Duet, "On
Music's Wings," Miss M. E, Hunting
ton, MissL. Pihi; Ocarina Quartette,
'Medley, "G. B. Schrader, J. Garcia,
A. Garcia, Jno. Garcia; Violin Solo,
Tannhauser," J. Garcia; Guitar
Solo, "WTaltz," A. Garcia; Violin
Duett, "First Violin Waltzes," G.
B. Schrader, J. Garcia; Piano Duett,
'Poet and Peasant," Mrs. T. B.
Lyons, G." B. Schrader; Vocal Solo,
"Turnkey," L. R. Crook; Cornet
Solo, Selected, O. D. Lufkin; Piano
Solo, Selected, Mrs. T. B. Lyons;
Burlesque, "Floradora," A..T. Gomes,
Garcia, A. Enos, J. A. Potter, A.
Garcia, II. Meyer.
Part II. "Vacation," a two-act
drama with the following cast; "Mr.
Pemberton," President First Nation
al Bank of Wailuku, H. Meyer,
"Herbert Welis," alias Jim Parr,
formerly Cashier First National Bank
now Guide and "Dennis Clancy," an
all round man, A. Elnos; ''Curtis
Dunbar," a "truly good" young man,
G.B. Schrader; G. "Elliot Bray ton, "a
sweet member of New York Society,
J. Garcii; "Old Obadiali Siggins,"
a Kula farmer with an eye to busi
ness, V. Crowell, "ioung (Jbadiah,
his son, John Garcia; "Raggles," a
rag-time tramp, J. A. Potter; "Jack
Ashton," of the Maui News, A. J.
Gomes; "Dick Percival," a leading
actor of the Bon ton Theater, Frank
Vasconsellos; "Toots, " a negro cook,
During the presentation of "Va
cation," a waltz composed specially
for the occasion by G, B. Schrader,
will bo rendpred,
Walter A.Lowrie, Puunene's pop
ular sugar boiler, will leave Satur
day night for Honolulu, where Mrs
Lowrie is visiting friends, and from
there thev will go to Porto Rico
where they intend to make their fu
ture home. Both leave many friends
behind who regret to see them go
but wish them prosperity in their mew
Mohammed Kahn and his brother
gave an entertainment here Wednes
day night which was well attended by
the people both from here and; from
Camp 1. I
A. J. Cass has put his nlare in
training for the 4th of July rcea. j
Gus Thursen, "Old Reliable, " re
turned from Camp 1 last Tuesday
and is now busy moving the warf
house. - '; j
Win. Sparks rode over ffom Kibe
last Saturday night land stent Sim-
day with friends in Fuuneiio. , r
A practice game between' JhePuu
nenes arid Boiler-makeds was held
last Sunday on the Kabiitiif . diamond
iu which tho score was 28 to 6 in
favor of former. , Tie Jfvjuptne boys
have improved a great deal since
their last came ana feci confident of
Victory text Sundae . 'i J
The M. A. A. polo team played a
practice game at Kahului last Sat
On last Sunday the Puuuenes plaj eel
a practice game with boiler makers
i Kahului. Their next league game
will be with the Morning Slat s, June 8.
On last Sunday afternoon, the
pectators witnesseJ the best league
;anie yet played, between the Morn
ig Stars and the Maui Alerts, two
Wailuku teams. The Alerts were- an
mkimwn quantity, this being their
first game, and the unbeaten Morn-
ug Stars were prepared to be gener
ous, llio Alerts were first lo uat,
md before the inning closed, it wus
ear that the Morning Stars had
ousiness on lianu. llie game was
played with varying success to the
nd of the sixth inning, when the
Merts led by cue run. How the
jame would have ended was un
certain, but unfortunately Dr. Boote,
pitcher for the Alerts, while at the
oat, caught one :f twirler Jackson's
u-curvers on the cheek-bone, just be
low his eye, which spoiled nis pitch
ing for the rest of the game and the
Morning Stars took charge of the
rest of the play winning by a score ot
20 to 13.
The score by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9
M. Stars 4 1 2 0 1 4 0 8 20
Maui Alerts, .1 0 1 2 2 3 1 0 313
Attorney Geo. Hons returned from
Honolulu this week, quite improved
Mrs.-Baker, wife of Capt. Baker
of the "Emily Reed" is spending a
few days in Wailuku, at the Maui
Mr' Ed. S. Pogue, eldest son of W.
F. Pogue of Nahiku arrived on Maui
iiis week, from San Francisco, ac
companied by Mr. Pogue's sister.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin of the First
National Bank, took a flyer to Hon
olulu on Saturday, Mr. Carl Wal
deyer acting as cashier during his
Prof John Leonard the aeronaut
arrived from Hilo on last night's
Kinau and will probably make one
or more balloon ascensions on Maui
before he leaves.
Messrs A. V. Gear and T. F. Lan
sing of Gear, Lansing & Co. Honolulu,
spend several days this week in Kula
looking over their tract of corn land,
which has been subdivided for sale, i
W.E.Devereaux of M.S.Grimbaum
t Co. whom Billy Berlowitz concedes
to be the most personable drummer
on the road, is on Maui this week,
selling all kinds of bills to 'the Maui
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pogue aud
family came over to Wailuku last
Saturday, where Mrs. Pogue remain
ed as the guest of the Maui Hotel,
while Mr. Pogue, W, O, Aiken and
John Kaluna proceeded to Molokai
to appraise some government land
Wailuku Dramatic & Musical Society
An Original Comedy iu Two Acts, by
WAILUKU UNION SCHOOL
OnSatupday, June 7, 1902
Doors Open at 7 p. m. Curtain at 8:15 p. m.
General Admission $ .50
'Reserved Seats $1.00
7 Besides this mirthful comedy, the
program will include various musical
selections. Tho 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 be 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. ni.
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH
Read the Maui News;
Kaonoulu Corn Lasd
In Irnets ranging from five
Terms Cash, or one-third cum,
one-third in one year and one-third
in two years, at (5 per cent interest.
Applications to purchaso lots
should be rnde to W. E. Beckwith
at George Copp's residence, Kula.
on or before June 13, 1P02,
R. A. Wadsworlh of the Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki
nui Rancbe Butter, put up in pound
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. Orders may be left with him.
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and Wagons which he will sell at Re
For further information apply to
W. U. CROZIER,
Kunishima doing a general mer
cantile business at Lahaina, Maui, T
H. having this day made an assign
ment to the undersigned for the be
nefit of his creditors.
Notice is hereby given to the cred
ditovs of said Kunishima to present"
their claims to the undersigned rl
his office in Lahaina, Maui, within
thirty days from this date or the
same will be forever barred.
Lahaina, Maui, May 30th 1902.
A. N. HAYS ELD RN,
JAS. L. COKE Assignee Estate
Attorney for of Kunishima.
Notice Is b(!n;l)y bIvl-d that the uuicr.;t;.'t!i-(l
has this iluv been ul-'Fu'i'i'il I'S" !"" Hnu. J. V.
Kulua, Juiljje of the Clruull Court of tho fiocoEd.
Circuit, Turritory of Hawaii, us iulintulstr.itor
of tUo Estate of FUi:i)KRICii SCHOLTZ, lute
of Wuiluku, Maui. dccM, iu placo of S. KAPU
and MRS. EUNICE SCHOLTZ, co admiulst Tu
All parties uro hereby uotitlcil not to ileal
with the sniU S. KAPU aud MRS. EUNICE
SCHOLTZ, ivt mat ten rotating to the suid
Estato. All rents nro to be pai l ti the under,
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Admr. Est. of FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, Duu'd,
Wuiluku, Muui, May 10, liKii.
The Arm of Kl Bin:? & Co., doing a gc-ncrul
mercantile business at Luhalna, Maui, buying
made a general assignment lo the undersigned
for the-benefit of all its creditors:
Notice is hereby given to tho creditors of said
linn to present their claims to tho undersigned
at h'.s office in Wailuku, Muui, within thirty
days from this date, or the same will be for
Wailuku, Muui, May 16, lixrj.
JAS. L. COKE,
Assignee Estate of Ki Slug
IN the circuit court of the second
Circuit, Territory of Iluuuii, At Chumlieri,
in Probate. In tho Matter of tho Estate of
Tang Ming or Ah Ming lute of Kahului, Muui,
ORDER OF HEARING.
On Reading and Flliug the Petition of Dung
Wong, Administrator ot tho Estate of Ah Ming,
praying for an Order of saleof that undivided
one-third interest, belongicg to suid Estate, iu
that certain assignment of Leas, of cei-tuiu
premises situntediu Wailuku. Maui, and setting
forth cealutu reasons why such Interest should
be sold ; to wit: That it Is for the best luterest
of said Estate that its suid luterest in suid lease
It is hereby-Ordered, lliut the next of kin of
the suid decased and all persons interested in
said Estate, appear befoie this Court on Thurs
day, the l-.'th day of June, A. D. lU;c, at 10 A.M.
at the Court House iu Wuiluku, Muui, then and
there to show cause why un order should not
be granted (or the sale of such Est ate.
Dated at Wuiluku, this 1st day of May, lWi-.
lly the Cou rt.
. iSeal) L. R. CUOOK
WM!mw G MNASIUAl
Write for C;it:).vn
PEARSON S POTTES C6,5 Ltd'
toe mak; mm HOUSE
Ci rr.er Union and Hotel Stints.
P. O. !!: 7,-M, Honolulu, 11. T.
h A F1SSKLASS MODERN and
E ' IT-TO DATE KOTEL
Jz Large oncl Well V entilated Peel
I PIONEER MOTEL
LAHAINA, ISLAND OF MAUI, H. T.
(Directly Opposite Laiiaima M'tiAiir.)
Comfiianiliitg View of the ; :
iE Pacific Ocean, Lahaina Harbor
H and Surrounding Islands
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, " " $140. "
TWO SCAT WAGONS. ! " 893. "
top dugg'es " eeo. "
PHAETONS GIU. "
BRAKBS $32. CO f!
HARNESS 812.00 UP PET SLT.
OUR PRICES THE" LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST.
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENDERG, Pkesident.
Chas, F. Merrick Carriage Co., It'd,
125 Mebchavt Street, Iloxou-t.r, Next to Staxcexwam) Brn.Diso.
VriTH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE.
Dry Goods -and general Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE;
AVliicb .They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terras Most Favorable.
Ve Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive tho Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
.Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States at
Washington,-D. C, 1901.
W.' J. LOWRIE, President W. T. ROBINSON, We-Pmesidext
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
F. J. WHEELER axi R. A. WADSWORTII, Directors,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Laubala Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. ok P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUL ;
Mrs. J. K. Kuhookele, Business Manager .4,
SA&iilE ROOMS FOB 3
C8HEEC1AL TRAVELLERS 2
Rooms ami Spncioi:8 Lanils.-S
C(L Lid J
Bliliaid Eocm, Eeslasirant, Si
Ker.diug Rocm arid all
ecjrc Jrnn: rrM.n?.v?t tit. ,tt
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