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Ruled and unruleil linen letter
heads at the News Job Oilice.
Era nie bcominy scarce and lire
quoted at 40 cents fer dozen in Wai
luku this week. ,
The Puunenps and Maui Alerts iln y
base ball at Wells Park tomorrow
afternoon, if it dont rain.
The weather has been very "dry"
at the Maui Hotel since the arrival
of the mail on Wednesday.
The Wailuku Union Si'ho.il closed
for the. tcini on Friday, with a
very creditable entertainment.
, Court work has progressed rapidly
this week, but has been quite a strain
on the court, oflicers und jurors.
Gus. Schumann says he lias one or
two fast ones which he will enter for
the August 12 races nt Kahului.
Commencement exercises of Laha
inaluua Seminary were held at Wamee
Church, Jjulialna, on Thursday even
ing. There will be a match game of polo
at Kahului this afternoon between
the Makaw'ao and M. A. A. polo
The entire plant of the "Austin
Publishing Co. Lt'd., is to be sold at
pubiicnuction at Honolulu on Satur
day, June 28.
The continued hot term on Maui
has been followed by a kona rain
storm which has continued at inter
vals since Tuesday.
A family favorite is the "White"
Sowing Machine. It sews its way into
the good graces of all users. Hack
feld Co. Ltd Ageut's.
The Wailuku Dramatic and Music
al Society repeat their performance
of ''Vacation" at I'aia, on next FrU
day evening, June 27.
Dave Meyer, of the Wailuku Saloon,
opp. Depot will have Primo on draft
and roast goose sandwich on the
lunch counter, from 11 to 'I today.
FtfSH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tcmpsky's Dairy
Ranche. For sale in quantities de;
sired. Send your orders to
Maui Soda & Ice Yorks Co.
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
It p. L. MEYER.
Tfhq rain tips week has interfered
somewhat with the trainers at the
Kahului track, but a large number of
horses are in training, and there will
be plenty of good racing on the
Announcement. Mr. George B.
Sjchrader is now prepared to, give
essons on the piano fortp cither
at his residence or at residence of
pupils. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wuiluku Hotel.
The Ney wants, o. say a good
ward for the tvo umpires Cottrell
and Church who, have umpired all the
gap-jes played at Wells Park Both
gentlemen are right up to date m
th,e;r work, and are perfectly honest
in their decisions. ' J
The prpos at Labajnaluna Seminary
pas. iss,ued a dainty auu well gotten
VP. P.in?phlet handbook of the schppl,
Tle typographical work is the best
recommendation which the school
c-ould have. Laliaiiialuna deserves a
l&rge attendance of Maui Hawaiian
The ball game at WeUa. Park last
Sunday, between the W&ikapus and
the Maui Alerts was c'aded. oS at the
end of the first innings op. account of
t.he rain, and will bo pa,ved. at the
and of the season. Tb,$ M.wi Alerts
claim that they could h.avQ won the
On Wednesday mcvvu'vpg S-t Anthony's
School, hi charge of B.rother Frank,
gave a very interesting entertain
ment fi'Din 0 to 1U 3P largely, atten
ded by the parents who. are delighted
by the parents who are delighted
with the progress of their children
at this really excellent school.
On Tuesday, Mr Sthrader's Japa
nese yard boy removed the bridle
from his buggy horse in the stable
yard, while hUched to the buggy.
The animal became frightened and
dashed out of the yard, literally
running through tlw gato opening
iuto the street into which, the horse
scaped with the buggy. It ran 10
word Kahului, and when, near the
slaughter housa cn tlu beach, brcke
a wheel off the buggy, and was c&iiht
aadj tstucue4 to. toe owaer...
Cood Races Assured,
it may now be stated withcertaiiir
ty that a successful day's racing will
be held at Kahului on July 4. t
large number of horses are in train
ing, quite a number of which are al
ready installed nt the track. Many
others are brought down to the track
and exercised every afternoon und
there is no doubt ' but that all the,
races will be filled.
One nM he most intei cs-t'ng races
on trie Fourth Uillle ti e Corinthian
ri p nice, liclc.'in Lv the iiuirLers of
the association on their own mounts.
Altoirify Ctke und W. II. Cornwell,
J?., on Ihtir respective bucephalii
are the favorites in this race, but u
dark horsu and rider are hinted at,
which may change the complexion of
the l ace.
Indications point to the fact that
the races on August 12 Will be worth
of Maui in her palmest days, when
even roya'ly condescended to pat
ronized the turf on Maui. The size
of the purses offered is a sufficient
guarantee that the best racingblood
on the Islands will be represented,
and that of itself will insure a large
attendance and a successful meeting.
Arrangements will be made if pos
sible, to have the Claudine extend
her run to Hilo, after the races
i . i -i .
there, and land the Hilo and Hon
olulu horses at Kaiiajui where they
will be housed and exercised prepar
atory to the great races of Aug. 12.
Circuit Court Proceedings.
On Monday rnorning, the Court,
jurymen, officers and attorneys lined
up against rather formidable crim.
inal calendar and havg been work,
ing like beavers nil week.
The Territory of Hawaii vs. Yoshida
was ne first case called. Yoshida had
robbed the trunk of a fellow country
man at Lahaina of $120, und taken a
hack for Kahului where he was ar:
rested, with about as much money
on hin as a hack driver would be
likely to leave on an overland pas:
senger. The jury took the case
noon and were out all the afternoon
and all night, coming in with a ver
dict of guilty & nine o'clock Tuesday
The Territory vs. Cheong Jim
Kong,and six others was next culled,
and it was proven to the satisfactory
of the jury, that defendant assaulted
a police officer who had raided a
Chinese, gambling game at Kihel,
and a yerdict of guilty was returned
agajnst Jim, the other defendants
jn the case of the Territory vs.
Hoshii, burglary in the first degree,
the jury found defendant guilty of
breaking the window pj Hoffmann &
Vetlesen's store and stealing a num
ber of watches.
In Terr. vs. Achcw, liquor selling,
on appeal from Lahaina District
Court, defendant was. found guilty.
He hud been fouud guilty by a jury
once before, but the case went to the
Supreme Court and the verdict was
set aside. Another appeal will prob
ably be taken to the Supreme Coyrt,
on the present conviction.
Closing Exercises of Mnypaolu
The closing exercises Munaolu
Seminary were held in Bswjn Hal!
ou the 18th inst. Owing to. the heavy
morning rain the attendance was not
as large as visual.
The program consisted of class re
citations interspersed with singing.
The class recitations, which were
in the nature of reviews hut other
wise unprepared, were a pleasing
feature. Miss Coolege's music class
and Miss Burguer's geography class
deserve special mention. The Mauna
olu girls have always sang very
acceptably and, before their present.
teacher took charge the "News"
had occasion to remark that the
"girls sang as they had never sung
be fore;" hut Mjss Coolep.e has accom
plished the impossible in still improv
ing upon that, for the Maunaolu girls
sing to-day as they never sang before.
Miss Coolege's class exercise gave a
glimpse of the- method which has
made the towes of the girls not only
softer owl sweeter, but ahsolutely
true. The pyogram was an interesting
and instructive one, notwithstanding
the fact that the usual recitations,
plays etc. were omitted.
At the close of the exercises Rev
J. Kalino of Paia and W. P. Haia of.
Hana. addressed the girls. I j
The program close il with 4 pretty
gymnastic drill on the frobt lawn
under Niss Burguer s direction,
af te' wk.jeh a sale of fancy Articles,
candies, cukes etc., (all the work of
the girls was heUL, Thjs diplaj ef
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fancy work was mora elaborate than
heretofore, and contained many beau,
tifu' pieces of drawn 'ork and weav
ing. The proceeds from the sale
'The fall term of the Seminary will
bcjin with the ltjth of nest Sept
.ember Hawaiian Wild Cccsc,
The regular annual fall flight of
wild geeso from arctic leuions to
greuner pastures in southern lands
never extend to Hawaii, und yet we
have a wild goose, native to the
Islands, and which never leaves land.
This goose, which resembles the
brant, is fouud in large numbers on
the Island of H iwaii, and a few are
always seen about the crater of
It is suppased that they were form
erly found on the plains nearer the
sea, for the reason Puunenne Plan
tation derives its name from puuuene,
(goose hill,) a low elevation standing
in the midst of the plantation.
Dr. Edward Annitage of Wailuku.
some years since procured a pair of
these birds and succeeded in domes
ticating them, so that they remained
in his yard, pensioners in common
with the domestic breed of geese.
They have mated and bred, and the
result is that he has a flock of half a
dozen. True to their native instincts.
however, they arp not always con
tent wih jiome Jife, and occasionally
the whojo lock rise in the air and fly
away, the leader uttering the . well
known "honk" of the ordinary wild
goose. For hours they will float
high in the air, in a triangular body,
calling faintly down to earth.
Tiring of their explorations, they
gradually circle downward and home
ward finally fluttering through the
tops of the mango trees Into their,
own barnyard, where they seem to
have forgotten their aerial ride, and
vie in sedateness their with domestic
On Tuesday evening the body of an
unknown Chinaman was washed up
on the beach near McGregor's Land
ing, beyond Maalaea Bay. No wounds
were found ou the body, and he had
apparently been dead about three
days when discovered,
A coroners' inquest was held but
no clue was discovered as to his iden
tity or tho causes of drowning. A
Chinese store keeper at Kibei states
that a Chinese tailor has been mis
sing from Kihei since Saturday night,
and he examined the remains which
had been so disfigured by the action
of the waves that he could not iden
tify the man as the missing tailor.
Lost or Stoi.e. 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, (JIG
on one side of tooth, und Hawaiian
coat of arms on other. The above
reward will be paid for information
which will lead to its recovery.
L. M. BALDWIN.
The crossing of the stream between
Olowalu and Lahina is almost impass
ible on account of boulders In the bed
of the stream. The new road board
should try to repair this crossing.
TO BE GIVEN BY THE
Aloha Dramatic Club
ON THURSDAY EVENING, JULY ?t19C2
K. of P. Hall, Wailuku ,Maui,
Admtssion for lady and gentle
man inclidug refreshments,
Grand March at 8 Unmask
Among the prizes to, be awarded
for the best sustained characters at
the masquerade ball to. be given by
the Aloha Dramatic Club at Wailuku
July 3, are the following:, one 12 yard
silk dress pa tern ;, one gold filled
ladies' watch,. eonw.'led ui green,
ch&lolaino brooch to match, one $15
order on the Kahnlui Store; one fan
cy clock; one bag sugar; 1 pr shoes
and one hat.Instead of "Best Clown"
ifor which prize was offered last
week, read ''Best Comical Charac
ter," so that ladles may huxve an op
portuaity to compete-.
In accordance with Seption 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of JH8H;
All persons holding yrater privi
leges or those paying .water Irates
are hereby notified (that the water
a tea for tho term ending Dec, 31,
1!KI2, will bo due and payable at the
olli.ee of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on the ls'l day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 1.") days after they are due will
be subject to' an additional JO per
All iiriviloiros v.mm which rates
remain unpaid Auyust 15, l!ll2, (3D
days uftcr becoming delinquei.t), are
liable to suspension without further
Kates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. June 14, 1902.
Kaonoulu Corn Land
J 4 X.
In .tracts ranging from five, to
f wsnty acres.
Terms Cash, or one-third cash,
one-third in one year and one-third
in two j-ears, af C per cent interest.
Applications to purchase lots
should be mnde to W. E. Beck with
at George pppp's residence, Kula,
on, of before June 13, 1902,
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. H. CROZIER,
Assignee's Notice. ,
Leong Keo, tailor of Lahaina, hav
ing made an assignment to the un
dersigned (pr the benefit of his cre
ditors. Notce is hereby given to the cre
ditors of said Leong Keo to present
their claims(duly authenticated, to
the undersigned at his office in Lab a
ina, Maui, T. H., within thirty days
from this date, or they will be for
June 4 th 1902.
L. M. VETLESEN, .
Assignee Estate of Leong Keo'
Notice la hereby given that tho underlined
has thU duv been appointed by he Hod, J.. W.
Kaluu, Judge of thu CMrnult Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hayatll us administrator
of the Estate of FREDKiUCtf SCHOLTZ, late
of Wailuku, Maui, d-(irt, in place of S. KAPU
and MRS. EUNICE STUOLTZ, co-admtntstra-lurH,
All part Ins are horehy notified not to deal
with the said S, KAPU aud MRS. EUNICE
SOHOLTZ, in nvittecs relating to the said
Estate. A1J rents are to be paid it the under
JAS. N. K. K F.OLA,
Admr. Est., of FREDERICK 6CHOLTZ, Dee d,
Wailuku, Maui, May 1, Mil.
Wood For Sale
Choice Kiawb Wood x Sale
SAM KUiULA Kihei
Proeaptfy DUwared on Order
Ordermay be left with Geo.
Maxwell, Maui News Office
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