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Get ready fo pay your water rates
Sco notice in another column.
The Wailuku hacks have been doing
a good business during tins court
The concert nt Walnee Church,
Lahaina on Kamehameha Day was a
Wailuku Sugar Mill closed the
grinding season at noon on Monday,
with a total yield of tons.
The present, term of court will be
a lonir one, if all the eases ' on the
cIertiar iu-e tiiodiiiis term.
The Ladies Guild (if Wailuku will
meet at the residence of Mrs. J.
WeddU'k, next Tuesday afternoon.
The News was six hours late last
week, on account of the foreman be
ing caught on a three day jury trial.
The Waiknpus and Maui Alertp
cross bats tomorrow afternoon at
Wells Park, au,tl a close game will
Everyone says that the News was
Juite right in asking that rails be put
. JWong the dangerous places on the
Continuous hot weather at Wailuku
this week seems to indicate that Ma
dame Pele is chasing the mysterions
black hog on Hawaii.
The two grasping monopolies who
make ice and ginger ale on Maui are
happy to the bottom of their incor
porated hearts, this hot weather.
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tempsky's D.airy
Ranche. For sale in quantities de
sired. Seud your orders to
Mai i Soda & Ice Works Co1
The wireless telegraph is now work
ing satisfactorily betweeii; Honolulu
and Maji, the report of June 11 races,
being received at Wuiluku on Thurs
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. ME,YER, A
A" $150 trophy cup is to be substi
. - tuled for the $150 purse offered for
. the polo pony race to be run at the
Maui Racing association meeting at
rahuluij Agust 12.
The publ'ip school term closes next
W6ek and we look to School Inspec
tor Kepoikai and School Agent Mc
ICay to have us a spick and span new
gchool building in Wailuku. at the
opening of the next term.
The young men who compose the
.Hilo base Ball team, are a very clever
ot of. boys, and they have made
,: m,aiY warm frieuds here who will be
. glad to welcome them back as often
as they can come.Alc-ha oe, boys. ,
The hotel of Mr. E.. H. Pie per, at
Paia is now in course of erection. It
is to be a large, two-story holding
, vh,ich, when finished, will present a
handsome appearance, Mr, F. Ganzel
of Honolulu is the contractor,
Announcement. Mr. George Bt
Sehrader is now prepared to give
lessons on the piano forte either
- at his residence or at reskleu.ee of
pupils. For terms and particulars
w'rte or call at Wailuku Hotel
The Wailuku Dramatio and Musical
So'dcty will present "Vacation"' at
Paia.This drama was very succesfully
played at Wailuku last Saturday
evening. Reaarved seats will bo an
sale at one of the stores in Paia.
' Watch out for posters.
ij On WeduesdayJuuc 18, Mauuaolu
, Seininary closes forthetcrm. A sale
will he held there that day, of fcar
: meuts and lau hala work made by the
; girls,, together with an exhibition of
school exercises, music and singing.
AH are cordially inivited.
'. ThJ'fccenix Saving's Building and
Loan Association, is offering a plan
for the investment of money which isl
something new to most of the people
in the Hawaiian Islauds. It guaran
tees from 6 per cent up, according to
cla,ss of stock and length of time car
ried. The directors are composed of
well known financiers on the Pacific
Coast, and in the Islands as follows:
A. A. Watkins, Chas. R. Bishop,
Geo. C. Boardman, Clarence Grange,
Gavin McNab, S. Prentiss Smith,
Chas. E. Ladd.
Home Office, 538 California Street,
. S F. Cal. Bishop &, Co., Depository,
Honolulu, H. T. Payment of dues
are made a.t 1st Nat. Bak, Wailuku.
V Honolulu, JJ T.
Circuit otift Pr-oceedjngg(
On Monday morning, the grand
jury concluded their labors, and
presented tho following report:
Hon. W. Ivalim,"
Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit,
Lland of Maui,
Sir: Wo, the Grand Jurors of the
Territory of Hawaii, for 'he Second
Circuit, have the honor to present
our final report,
The Grand Jury has sat on four
teen (11) cases from the 4th to the
9t.h itist, inclusive.
In (1 ) thirteen cases true bills were
In (1) one case no bill was returned.
We further beg to recommend that,
steps be taken bv the Wailuku Sugar
Co. to prevent accidents a, the spot
where their railroad crosses the Gov
ernment road contiguous to their
Also that the Waihee flume which
runs parallel to the Wailuku-Kahu-lui
road mauka of the Catholic church
be boarded over hi places where the
flume runs parallel to the road.
" Also that the Secretary of the
Grand Jury, Mr. T. B. Lyons he re
munerated for his services from
the 5th to the 9th inst, inclusive at
a rate not tq exceed $5.00 per diem.
All of which is respectfully sub
L. vou Tempsky,
Foreman of Graad Jury.
Upon filing their report, the Couri
discharged them in the following
(gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
I thank, each of you for having un:
dertaken to perform the said duties
in a manner most satisfactory and
pleasing to the Court, as jour report
Tn discharging you for the term, it
may be that some of you may be
Impanelled again, in which case the
experience you have gained at this,
session may enhance the usefuluess
of the institution of the Grand Jury
in your midst, and make.it an institu-.
tion of justice and equity, and not of
oprpession, Gentlemen, you are dis:
charged for the term.
The following are the true bills
presented by the grand, jury.
Terr, vs. Yoshida. Larceny. ls
Terr. vs. Hoshii. Burglary, . 1st
Terr. vs. Cheong Jim Kong and 6
others. Assault on a public officer,
Terr. vs. L. Medina. Burgjary,
1st degree. Wailuku.
Terr. vs. Donovan and Roden. Bur
glar, 2nd degree. Wailuku.
Terr, vs, Wong Lock. Larceny
gnd degree, Wailuku,
,Terr. vs, Eutaria Valez. Assault
with deadly weapon. Makawao.
Terr, vs. L.. Medina. Breaking
Terr. vs. Tagami, Assault with
intent to murder, Haua,
Terr. vs.. Kane . Laroeny, ndde-
Terr. vs. Kino Kanaan&o. Lar
ceny 2nd degree. Wailuku.
Terr, vs. Kauakahi. Malicious
In the case of Joe Borero, forgery,
committed from Wailuku, the jury
failed to find cause to present a true
The following jury cases have been
disposed of, so far.
Hiramoto vs Pioneer Mill Co. Dam
ages. Judgment for plaintiff, $300.
Henry Long vs R. E. Ford. As
sumpsit. Judgment for plaintiff, $50.
Kaiwiaea vs Josepa. Criminal con
versation. Judgment for plaintiff $1,
Territory vs Tagami. Assault to
commit murder. Guilty. To be sen.
teuced June 16.
Territory vs Young Nap. Liquor
selling. Verdict, not guilty.
lhe divorce mill ground a large
grist this, week, the following having
been granted; Annie Mulvany from
Chas. P. Mulvany; Ana K. Aina
from Aina (ch); Kaiaikamalie (k)
from Kaiaikamalie (w), Akiu (chj
from Kahikoku (w); MagiuJ Paresa
from Diamantina Paresa, and J. J.
Combs from Ella Combs. v
Elaborate preparations are being
made for the Grand Masquerade Ball
to be given by the Aloha Dramatic
Club, under the auspices of Aloha
Lodge, K. of. P., at the castle hall,
at Wailuku, July 3. and it bids fair to
be the leading society event of the
season. Tho prizes will be on exhibl
tion some time next week. The fol
lowing will bo the prize winners:
L Best Sustained Female Character
2. Best Sustained Male Character.
3. Most Origlual Female Character.
4. Most Original MaJs Character.
5. Best Group.
JilLO V5 MAUI.
t did not rain at Wailuku on
Kamehomeha Day, consequently the
Ililo ball chasers felt like fish out of
water, which probably explains the
score of 18 to 2, chalked up by the
Maui aggregation, although pitcher
Juckson of the Morning Stars ex
presses himself as disappointed at
the small number of runs made by
the Maui team.
Although the score sumnary looks
damaging yet when studied by in
nings, it will oe seen that the Hilos
played some sweet ball. From the
beginning of the fourth to the end of
the eighth inni.ig. the score of 1 0 0
0, 1 0 0 01 1, indicates that both
teams were not doing anything but
just playing ball, although the Hilo
boys concede that the Mauis were
tho stronger team of the two.
Following is the score by innings:
12345 6 789
M. A. A 2 4 2 1 0 1 0 1 718
Hilos 0 1000001 02
The Morning Stars lare still ''it.-"
This they demonstrated on the dia
mond last Sunda',
As suggested in last week's base
ball items, the Puunenes was weak
ened by the loss of aomo of their men,
but during the first fow innings, hon
ors were about even. After that,
weak batting and several costly er
rors on the part of the Puunenes
gave the Morning Stars a long lead,
which they easily maintained to the
and of the game, with the following
scora by innings.
M. Stars. ....2 1 1 0 4 4 1 4 17
Puunenes. .. ..4 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 1 5
On Wednesday, the Morning Stars
went to Lahaina in search of new
laurels, and came back with a score
o,f 18 to 12. They state that the
Lahaina team has some excellent
material, notably McCann, catcher
and Espinda, first base, and the Ath
letic Association, hopes for a strong
league team from Lahaina, next
season. Following is the score by
M. Stars 3 4 5 3 2 1 0 0 18
Lahainas. ..,42311220 012
It is worth a visit to tho Kahului
race track to see the first class con
dition of the track and the grounds.
Thorough repairs have been made
on all the buildings and fences, and a
free use of the whitewash brush has
done the rest. Especial pains bas
been taken to renovate the refresh
ment stand, so that instead of the
dust and dirt of former years, one
can lunch, dine or drink as comfort
ably as at home,
The track has been put in excel
lent shape, and is as fast as a bullet.
The roller was put on it this week
for the firt t time, and the result is
that the track is in perfect condition
for the flyers, Quite a number of
horses have already been installed at
the track, and are being trained for
tho races. Puunene also sends down
-a contingent of ten or twelve horses
every afternoon for exercise, so that
it is now assured that there will be
fine sport at Kahului on the Fourth.
Lost or Stolen. A ladies' gold
watch, "Niaulani" engraved on out
er case and chain composed of
twenty-one $1.00 gold pieces, in form
of necklace. Date of of coins, 1851
and 1852. White elk tooth with solid
gold crown, E. M. B., Honolulu, 616
on ono side of tooth, and Hawaiian
coat of arms on other, The above
reward will be paid for information
which will lead to its recovery.
L. M. BALDWIN.
Wm. Coffee, wife and two sons left
on the Tampico Thursday for Porto
Rico where Mr. Coffee goes to ac
cept a place as chief engineer on a
plantation. Puunene has lost some
of Its best families and we all regret
to see them go.
Lothian Williams, came down from
Kula last Saturday . to spend his
birthday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. S. Williams.
A fire broke out in one of the cane
fields last Thursday, but as the men
were near at bund it was extinguish
ed before any damage was done.
T. L. Morton of Honolulu has been
appointed night engineer to fill the
vacancy caused by the promotion of
Fred. Armstroug of Paia has been
showing us how to boil sugar for the
last two weeks,, '
In accordance with Section of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of ISSC;
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water .rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending Pec. 31,
1902, will be due and payable nt the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on the 1st day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due wi'l
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, l!)r (
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates ore payable at the office ot
tho Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building,
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahuk
Wailuku. June 14, 1902.
Kaonoulu Corn Land
In tracts ranging from five to
Terms Cash, or one:third cash,
one:third in one year and one-third
jn two years, at 0 per cent interest.
Applications to purchase lots
should bo made to W. E. Beckwith
at George Copp's residence, Kula,
on or before June 13, 1902.
V, H. OROZIER 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. H, CROZIER,
Leong Keo, tailor of Lahaina, hav
ing made an assignment to the un
dersigned for the benefit of his cre
ditors. Notice is hereby given to the cre
ditors of said Leong Keo to present
their claims, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned at his office in Laha
ina, Maui, T. H., withiu thirty days
from this date, or they will be for
Juno 4 th 1902. '
L. M. VETLESEN,
Assignee Estate of Leong Keo
Notice Ih heroby given that the underxiKued
has this dBT been appointed by the Hon. J. W.
Kalua, Judge of the Cirvuit Court ot the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, as admlnlHtrator
of tho Estate of FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, lute
of Wailuku, Maul, dee'd, In place of S. KAPU
and MRS. EUNICE SCHOLTZ, co admluistra
All partlim are hereby notified not to deal
with the said 8. KAfU and MRS. EUNICE
SCHOLTZ, in matters relating to the nuld
Estate. All rents are to be paid V) the under
igueO. JAS. N. K. KKOLA,
Admr. Est. of FREDERICK SCHOLTZ. Dee'd,
Wallultn, Maui, May It), 1WM.
Wood Fop Sale
Choice Kiawe Wood for Sale
Promptly Delivered on Order
Orders may be loft with Geo.
Maxwell, Maui News Office
IUofi up Telephone Ko, 132,
t vmm ml
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THE HAIL OMR HOUSE
porper TJnion and Hotel Streets.
P. O. Bp? f84, Honolulu, H. T.
K A FlB5r?CLAS5 MODERN and
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g CEO. FREELAND, Manager,
Ei LAHAINA, ISLAND OF MAUI. H. T.
(Diuectlv Opposite Lahaina Wharf.)
sz Commanding View of (he
Z Pacific Ocean, Lahaina Harbor
jE and Surrounding Islands
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP & (JURTAINS $90. AND UpWAKftU
SURREYS, " " $14Q. "
TWO SEAT WAGONS " $95. M
TOP BUGGIES $90. "
BRAKES $32.5Q "
HARNESS $2.00 UP PET SET,
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
PUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST
P. R. ISENBERG, Pbesident, p, Q. Dq 23 i
Chas, F, Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd,
123 MfiRciiAJiT Street, Honolulu, Next to Stanoenwald ByjLpiija,
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE,
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE:
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the United Stages at
Washington, D. 0., 1901.
W. J. LOWRIE, President W. T. ROBINSON, VicK-PaEsiDEN-n
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashieb.
F. J. WHEELER and R. A. WADSWORTH, Directors,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individual.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on till Parts of the World.
THE MAUI BAZAAR-
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala- Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Cal&b&bhes, Birds-' Nest Fara Work,.
Such asNapkki RiDgs, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments..
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.. '
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