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Uuy a "White" sewing machine-H,
Hackfcld & Co. Agents.
There will bo no baseball gome to
morrow, at Wells Park.
Gate receipts at the races yester
day amounted to over $300.
Ribbons lettered iu gold and silver
a specialty at the Nbwb Job Oflice
There was a large and enthusiastic
attendance ut the races yesterday.
The hacus at Wailuku and Kahu
lui did a land office business yester
V ork is ueiiig pushed lorwara in
iu the construction of the Lahaina
Kikopoo, tho mighty, has fallen
and the prize for swift mule flesh
goes to "Waik a pu. '
If Alec had beaten McKinley, Ihe
Wailuku boys would ubout all have
had to walk home.
The Masquerade Ball given by
Aloha Lodge on Thuisday evening
was u brilliant aliVu.
Notwithstanding the alleged dull
times, Waiiuku presents a lively
happy and busy aspect.
Some good and much needed work
i hr;n iliiiu on tiii road between
, Market street and the depot.
There was a large number of pas
sengers from Honolulu by Tuesday's
Kinau, bound for the H ilo races.
Would it not be a good idea to or
ganize a tennis Club iu Wailuku? . A
large membership could be secured.
The angels brought Mr. and' Mrs.
G. W. Wilbur a dear little six pound
baby girl early on Thursday morning.
Lee Singr & Co.s new butcher shop
bpeued on Tuesday, and those who
tried it say that good meat is being
The oil tanks at Kahului are prac
tically finished and nothing remains
to be done now save to lay the pipe
from the tanks to the' anchorage
'Quite a number of Wailukans are
kiaking arrangements to attend the
Sunday School Convention at Laha
Ina next week.
See the "By Authority" notice of
the Honolulu Agricultural Fair on
second page. Maui should compete
in some of the exhibits.
There will be a very large atten
dance at the Sunday School Conven
tion at Lahaina, not only of Maul
people, but also from the other. Is
lands. Wanted. A position as luna on'
plantation. Can act as Porto Rican
interpreter. Am a cook. For further
information, apply to Maui News
There were no jobs at the races
yesterday, and save for some unfair
riding by the irrepressible Opiopid,
everything was just as it should have
John Kerr's famous Nutwood trot
ted yesterday, but unfortunately
strained his hip in a burst of speed on
tho hack stretch, and thus lost the
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tempsky's Dairy
Ranche. For salo in quantities de
sired. Send your orders to
Maui Soda & Ice Works Co.
VrtTlPl? Tlion. ia ctill nnA trnrp
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any oue desiring
a it . i u i. : tn
w secure iii muuulu jiiuuo uuuiguiuic
D. L. MEYER.
The U. S. government is spending
.'$800. on the repair of the custom
house at Kahului. New iron door
tand window shutters, and new inte
rior wood work constitute the most of
the work fJeing done.
Mr. T. Burlem has -built a large,
oven at his new bakery on the road
between Wailuku and Kahului, and is,
now prepared to furnish first class
urcuu in quauuiies ueau cu. ojd duiu
and get your bread from the Portu
, Announcement. Mr. George B.'
Schrader Js. now prepared to give
.essons ,on .the piano forte either
at his residence or p.t residence of
pupils,. For terms, and particulars,
vrite or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Wailuku Maui. " f
The new track of, t,he Kahiflul rail,
road, between Wailuku,. andkc;"'"!
has, been complete.!), and tra'.Vg fc .
.been. running on it.for the past (week.
.Tbe, new track, r.uns, soYrio dktjjjuce.
0RQSSi!"K ie mu'jh fcafer than tha 'briat-
The Masquerade On 4 1,
Handsome costumes) tunny cos
tumes and a sprinkling of dominoes
swarmed on the floor of the dancing
hall at Aloha Lodge, K. of P. on
Thui sday evening while a large num
ber of unmasked spectators acted as
wall flowers. The grand march at 8
closed with the formation of dancing
sets, and from then the fun flew fast
and furious till the word was given
to unmask at eleven. Of course
everybody knew everybody else be
fore unmasking, but for oil that there
were some genuine surprise when
masks came ofT.
Delicious refreshments were lavish'
ly served, and the ball was iu evety
way a grand success. The following
are the prize winners.
1. Best Sustained Male Char
acter. "Australian Mounted Patrol;"
Judge W. A. McKay. Prize, a fancy
clock, given by the Kahului Store.
2. Best Sustained Female Char
acter: "Housemaid;" Mrs-. vonSeg
gern. Prize, a bag of sugar given
by the Wuiluku Plaiitution.
3. De;.l Original Female Clar
ncler: "The two faced Lady; "Miss
McEiroy. Prize, 12 .yards bilk dress
put tern. given by the Lahaina people.
i. Best Original Male Character:
"A Tramp;" Prof. Hugh M. Coke.
Prize, a pair of shoes, given by A.
i. Best Group! "Monk and Nun."
Mr. and Mrs. Aug.Enos, Jr. Prize,
a ladies' gold watch, given by Paia
6. Second Rest G roup: "Clown,"
"Coon" and RancheV;" Geo. B.
Schrader, A. Martinsen and L. R.
Crook. Prize, a $5forder on the
Kahului Store, giTOn by the Kahului
R. C. Co.
7. -'- Most ' Comical Character:
"Clown;" Mr. J. Nelson. Prize, a
hat, given by A. Enos.
Among those in costumes were J.
Walsh, an Irishman; Geo. H. Cum-
mings, liaseball Fiend j L. R. Crook,
Rancher; Mr. and Mrs. A. Enos, Jr.,
Monk and Nun; H. M. Coke, Tramp;
Geo. B. Schaader, Clown; J. Nelson,
Clown; Chas. Shaw, Mandarin; A.
Martinseu, Cootij'Joe. Potter, School
girl; Dr. Boote, a "real lady;" Judge
tr. Taylor, ist Lieut., Ejglish Art
illery; J. Garcia, King Alfonso; J.
Gorman, Officer N. G. H.;Miss Mol
li6 King, 'Hiawatha;" Miss Celia
King, Turkfsh Girl; Miss dos Reis,
Spring; Mrs. L. A. Sabey, Norman
dy Peasant; Miss Sabey, Waiter t Irl-
iurs. Hansen, "Jiipp s (Jocoa; Miss
Neilsen, Night; Miss Tilton, The
Pressfj Mis. von Seggern, House
maid; Miss Colburn, Domino; Mrs.W.
G. Scott, Officer Horse Guards; Miss
Gilhus, German Peasant Girl.
Last Sunday witnessed a very
warm ball game. The Waikapus.
flushed with their victory over the
Hilo team, came on the field to win,
reinforced by the famous Gorman on
second base, but their opponents
scored seven runs on the first inning.
This was demoralizing, and although
the rest of the game was closely 'and
evenly contested, still the Stars had
too great a start, and won by the
M. Stars 7 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 215
Waikapus. .. .0 2 1 '3 1 0 0 0 0 7
The Waikapus challenged the Stars
for a match gam-; at Kahului to be
played yesterday morning before the
races, but the Star boys had sceuted
a delicious roast pig, and yieldifcg to
the seductive delights of a prospec
tive luau, declined the challenge.
Mr. M.. L Decker, who had a
number of horses in training von
three out of four purses at yester
Col. W. H. Cornwetl was in atten
dance on the races at Kahului yes
terday. He seems quite sanguine
that the August races will be a not
ably successful meeting.
The ladies all say that McKinley
was the most beutitul horse on the
track yesterday, and as a fact, there
are but few handsomer oue. , He
goes as gracefully and smoothly as a
WILBUR At Kaluanui, Maui; July
2, 1202, to Mr. and
Wifbur', a daughter.
Mr. G. W.
i JSoice is hereby., given that the
ujvjprsigned has bovgh the interest'
bf L,im, Sing in th restaurant and
toffee shop owned y saUJ Lim Sing,
en AJsrket Street,. ailuku. and will
hereafter Roscfuct Ihc
Mr, Carl Waldeyer left for the
coast, to be gone six weeks,
Jas. T. Taylor was booked on the
Claudine for Maui, this week.
W. G. Taylor, auditor for A. & BM
arrived on Maui by last week's Mauna
H. D. AVishard clerk Fifth Circuit
Court of Kauai, paid a brief visit to
Waiiuku tins week,
Auditor Robinson of C. Brewer &
Co. is in Wailuku on his round of ex
pert examinations of accounts.
Hon. IL P. Baldwin visittd Hor.o
.ulu by Saturday's Claudine, retur'
ning on Wednesday of this week.
Lieut. Gorman has finished his
work on Maui, aui leaves by this
afternoon's Claudine for Honolulu;
Mr. A. K. Slender, whose serious
accident was mentioned in the News,
is able to be out and will eooii be well
J. Caalie Ridgway, U. S. National
Bank ixammer came over on Sat
urday moruiiig, returning to tiiio by
Mr. llofigard succeeds Mr. Buum
berger us manager of the Kihei store
and Mr. James Scott is to be cuiu
inibsioned as postmaster.
Mr. During an experienced bit ber,
is in Wailuku looking over the situa
tion with the view of possibly estab
lishing a barber shop here.
Miss Helene Hons, daughter of
Attorney George Hons came over
on Wednesday's Claudine, to spend
her Bummer vacation on Maui.
L. von Tempsky's famous mule,
"Keiki kane o l;a Puu" had the race
won yesterday, but stopped at the
saddling paddock to eat a bundle bf
hay, and lost the purse.
, Attorney George Hons expects to
book on the "Peru" for the Coast,
July 15, to be gone till October for
health and recreation. Colorado
Springs is his objective point.
Supt. Filler of the K. R. R. Co.
sails for the coast about August lto
be gone three months'. Business
will take him to San Francisco and
also to Now York, from which point
he will take a pleasure trip to the
Fatherland. Mr. J. H. Walker will
fill his. place during his absence.
In last week's News, Secretary D. '
L. Meyer was roasted for supposed
refusal to furnish this paper with
the entries to the races, but it after
wards turned out that it was the
Executive Committee that refused
the eu tries, and not the secretary.
Of course the News thereupon
scratched Dave for the mule race and
ARE YOU F
A THINKER? f
Are you interested in seeing
MAUI advance iu ,
There are many people desi
rous of new Locations and are
constantly on tho lookout for
YOU Ca" HELP
to let these very desirable home-J
i l. l u . u i r , j a 1
IAN ISLANDS could contributed
I to the world's needs under favor -J
(able conditions. Maul wants the(
Ismail farmer to tide over string-
Abkhdkicn, S. D.
- Aurll 8. ma.
far. C. L. Clnment,
Diuir Bin I Kludlv itubscrlbe to your SlDt i
kLiuHTH and nicluse oue dollur (or Name, aJ
nut) copy you aeni me was worm iuui uuu
ne. our iruiy,
O. M. OlDDINUS.
An Illustrated monthly publish-
f ed at Hilo. f
Twnlvp Int.fippstlncr numbers feii T
00 per year in advande, to anv
address in postal union.
new bVitcher shop;
( ee Sing & Co. will open, (a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. JdTy , lot)2
irEncV pew, block pn Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
In accordance' with Scctiou 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 188G:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for tho term ending Dec. 31,
1902, will be due and payable at 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 will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 13, 1902, C1U
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
. Rates are payable at the office of
tho Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. June 14, 1902.
KaoHoula Corn Land
ta tracts ranging from five to
TerWis Cash, Cr one-third cask,
one-third to one year and One-third
in two years', at 6 per e'ent interest.
Applications Vo purchase lots
should be made to V, E. Beckwith
at George Copp's residence, Kula',
on or before June 13, 1902.
W. H. CROSIER is offering 'for
Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup"
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and Y.Tagons which he will sell at Re
For further information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
Lcong KeO) tailor of Lahaina, baV
ing made an assignment to the un
dersigned for the beuefit of his cre
Notice is hereby given to the ere
ditors of said Leong Keo to present
their claims, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned at his office in Laha
ina, Maui, T. H., withlu thirty days
from this date, or they Vvill be for
June 4 th 1902. . ;
( L. M. VETLESTSN,
Assignee Estate of Leong KecJ
Notice U hereby glveo that the undersigned
has thin dav been appointed by the Hon. J. W.
Kalua, Judge of the Circuit Court ol the Second
Circuit, Territory o( Hawaii) a administrator
ol the Estate ot FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, late
of Wailuku, Maul, deo'd, fn place of 8. KAPU
and MK3. KUNICB BCHOLTZ, eo admluUtra
torsj discharged. ,. ,
All parties are hereby notlred not to deal
with the said 8. KAPU and MRS. EUNICE
SCHOLTZ, In matters relating to, the said
Est me. All rents are to be paid to the under
slgnel. , ,
- , ... JAS. N. K. KEQ'tA,- .
Adir. Est. of FRKDEW SCHOLTZ, Dee d,
Wailuku, Maul, May IS. .
Wtt)tl For Sate
Choice Kiawe Wood fo'u 'Sale
Promptly Delivered cn Order"
n.i',.1 1 ft, .r, . i i ii i : i . .
Orders mey be left with Geo.
i.!sHi -J J r ")'
Maxwell, Maui NsWs Offlce .
r.ing up Telephone No. Hi.
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up to 10 T'eet in length.
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10 lo.wo is 21. m rc.of
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Write for prices cJ Cotton Fligs, ttiivvaiian PlfJ eti
Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd
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' i r.Kfy.
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