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"Play ball," Puuuene!
Fine, large luscious pineappcs ou
gala at the "Garner Store.'1' '
The Maui Soda & Ice Co. paid a
two per cent July dividend, last Sat
urday. Ring up the Bistnark Stables for
clean hacks, fast teams aud good
Sheriff Baldwin is having some
needed work done on the streets of
The Morning Stars and Maui Alerts
play ball at Wells Park, tomorrow
There is talk of several match
races between now aud Aug. 12 at
the race track.
There was a very large attendance
at the Lahaina Sunday School Con
vention this ween.
Try the new barber shop at the
Maui Hotel today. The only white
bar our ou the Island
i To sec is to try, to try is to buy a
"VViiuu" bowing Machine. II. JluoJc
felil Co. ltu., .A yen is.
Front corner room of Maui Hotel
to i en u luiswoulu make an lUeal
U rug and limey goods stand.
Dont take the bother to bake your
own bread when you cau yet a better
article at Mrs. Uurlein s iiuliery, Tel.
I The Makawao people spent a jolly
Four Hi of July at rtuunysiuo vuih
polo, tenuis aud a dinner us the at
tractions. Send your job work to the Maui
News Joo Office. Hill Heads, Letter
Heads, Envelops and goid and silver
lettering on ribbons.
Now is the time for a live man to
come along aud start a drug store in
Wailuku. Good stand and good bus
iness for a good.manj with ' no com
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tempsky's Dairy
Ranche. For sale in quantities de
sired. Send your orders to
Maui Soda A Ic Works Co.
Notice. During my absence from
the Territory of Hawaii, Mr, C. D.
Luf kin of Wailuku, Mau,i, will act for
me under full power of attorney,
Wailuku, July 12tb, 1902.
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to Rfip.ure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
Members of the Maui Racing As
sociation should make it a point of
honor to square up their dues at once,
so as to help the management in the
matter of successful races at the big
A large shipment of Du ' Ring's
iamous insecticide ana germ destroy
ing soap due by Wednesday's steam
pr. This is a remarkably cleansing
and healthful soap, and will prove
popular on Maui.
An improvised game of base ball
was played between the married and
single men of Wailuku at Wells Park
ast Sunday afternoon, and the mar
ried men won, of course, with a score
pf 13 to 12.
Notice. Place your .savings with
tthe Phoenix Saving's Bank of San
Francisco. Chas. R. Bishop, vice
president. Bishop & Co, are trustees
for Hawaiian Islands,
HUGH M, COKE,
Agent for Maui,
The Hilo papers missed a good
phance, in failing to mail race extras
to Maui by Sunday's Kinau. Tho
first news of the Hilo raoes came by
the Honolulu papers on Wednesday.
Stacier and Ha worth must have
Announcbment. 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.
McKenxie's famous stable of fliers.
including Socialist, Time Center, Del
Vista, Nullah and Geu. Cronge will
be shippod to the Coast immediately
after the Maul Races of Aug. 12, in
order to race at the Sacramento
Fair in September.
Charles F. Clemons, Trustee of the
estate of U. Shimamura bankrupt, at
Labaina, will sell at public auction
the entire stock of the Shimamura
Store next Saturday, a - week from
today commencing at ten o'clock, A.
M. The iea.se qf the store, is also to
be sold, v .
Lahnlna Sunday School
The Sabbath School Convention
held at Lahaina on Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday was marked success,
consisting of closes from all of the
Islands. It had been planned to ex
tend the meeting to Thursday but as
the classes from Hawaii were anx
ious" to return to their homes on the
Kinau and Mauna Loa, it was thought
better to close ou Tuesday evening.
People had commenced to congre
gate in Iahaina a week beforehand,
and with the arrival of the Kinau all
were present, making a total of
about 800 people. The visitors were
well cared for, some being quartered
with Judge Kahaulelio, some in the
Court House grounds, and some with
Judge Kalua at the Pioneer Planta
tion Beach House, beside a largo
number who were guests in private
Lauais were built in Wainee Church
yard where three times a day boun
tiful meals were served of beef, pork,
fish from Molckai, and aj abundance of
poi. Lioeral contributions' of food
were received from Hon. H. P. Bald
win aud from the ranches near La
tiainu. The program of exercises Opcntd
on Sunday with the Oahu classes
followed by the Hawaii classes, one
of the latter being led by a blind
man. Monday closed with thd Kauai
classes whose work was very pleusbg,
notably the singing of the Hunapepe
and I.ihue classes. .
Tuesday was devoted to the Maui,
Molokai ard Lantii classes, aud the
work of the "Na Wai eha" class un-
dea the leadeaship of Robert Nawa
hine, and the East Maui class led by
Prof. B. K. Kaiwiaea were notably
Many address were made during the
session by prominent clerical and
lay members, and the large number
of classes lent enthusiasm to the re
marks, one speaker going so far as
to predict a Hawaiian Sunday School
Convention to be held ou the main
land, at some future time. One of
the happiest and most eloquent ad
dresses was delivered by N. W.
Aluli of Wailuku, the "boy orator" of
The exercises included a grand
concert at Wainee Church on Tues
day evening, for the benefit of the
Hilo Boarding School, the music being
fine, and the crowd so large that
there was -literally standing room
only. The receipts were over $100.
There were twelve Sunday School
classes in attendance, with the follow
ing leaders. .
Kauai Class, Kaulili, leader; Oahu
Class, Keliiokamoku, leader; Molo
kai, two classes; Halawa Class, Na
kaleka, leader; Kaluaaha Class, D.
Kahaulelio, leader; Hawaii, three
classes; North Kona Class, Haae,
leader; Hilo Class, Kalilikane, leader;
Lainai Class, 1 , leader;Maui,four
classes; liana Class; Kaiwiaea, lead
er; Makawao Class, Kapohakimo
hewa, leader; Na Wai Eha Class,
Saffery, leader; Lahaina Class,
Maul Athletic Association.
An interesting and well attended
meeting of the M. A. A. was held on
Monday evening, Vice president Coke
presiding. From the report ol the
secretary und treasurer it appeared
that the Association is in a healthy
Mr. Coke as chairman of the Board
of Directors reported that the board
bad found the sum named to build the
grand stand too low, and had au
thorized further expenses in order to
build the stand, '.; t
On suggation it was resolved to
furnish the scorer a seat away from
the grand stand, and further that
all children under 15 years be ad
On motion the Board of Directors
were instructed to provide a suitable
gate keeper, and also a man to 6e
that all persons on the ground sjibll
bo provided with badges. '- '
Mr. J. Garcia resigned aamem-
of the board of Directors' owing to
. . 4 . .
his inability to attena ,ine meeting's
of the Board, and W. H. CornwaJr.
was elected to succeed him.
L. R. Crook ywhobaidonyso much
to build up the Association, resigned
the socretayship.but ys still treasurer
Mr. J. Garcia' was efectod secretary
to succeedj Mr. Crook.
On motipp the Secretary was in
structed to write for a cup to be
award to4t)ie winners of the league
games. , '; '
The ef rctary was instructed to
corretpoud with Chas. Chillingworth
relative to J a team game between
Metvli kad Ejmotuiu, fct the end of the
league games. Adjourned.
During the week the matter o
sending a team to Honolulu to play
July 28 has been discussed at some
leLgth, and there is no doubt but
that a strong team" would go from
hero, if their expenses were guaranteed.
Honolulu Alei'chnnts' Fair.
The Fair of the Honolulu Mer
chants' Association will be held in a
specially constructed builditip, on the
Drillshed Grounds, back of the Exe
cutive Building, in Honolulu, July
20 to July 28 inclusive.
It is likely that the Kinau will make
an earlier return to Honolulu than
usual, on fair week, so that visitors
from Maui by the Kinau will reach
Honolulu early on Saturday morning.
Half rates on the steamers are
offered, as a special inducement, aud
hotel rates are to be reduced for the
There will be over forty exhibits
of lints of display goods nnd also the
mist attractive und striking exam
ples of ihe manufacturers' art. Be
side this, them will be some fine ath
letic sport, as well as tho toothsome
exhibits of the Agricultural Fiiir,und
no one can help having a jolly good
lime, who troes over from Maui to
take in the sights of the metropolis
at Fufr lime.
Young Men's Institute.
At a meeting of Gi.lstan Council,
Young Men's Institute, held last
Thursday evening, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, G. B. Sohrnder;
1st Vice-President, J. Vasconcel
los; 2nd Vice-President, A. J. Rod
rigues; Secretary, J. Garcia; Trea
surer, A. J. Gomes; Marshal, A.
Enos Jr; Inside Sentinel, C. R. Shaw;
Outside Sentinel, F. Medeiros; Exe
cutive Committee, L. R. Crook, J. A.
Potter and J. S. Medeiros; Medical
Examiner, Dr. J. Weddick; Chaplain
Rev. Father Libert.
Gulstau Council will bo installed on
next Thursday evening, aud a dele
gation from Honolulu' is expected
on next W ednesday. A social gather
ing will be given at the. K. P. Hall
on Friday July 18, for the entertain
ment of the Honolulu delegation as
well us invited friends.
Fire Claim Bill Defeated.
Washington, June 30. The Sen?
ate amendment to appropriate
$1,000,000 to pay the Hawaiian
plague fire awards was defeated in
Queen Liliuokalanl Coming.
San Feancisco, July 2. Queen
Liliuokalaui aud her party arrived
this evening on the 5:25 Southern
Pacific overland train direct from
Washington and will remain a few
days in this city before leaving for
King Edward Improving
London, Jnly 3. The following bul
letin was issued regarding Ki& td-
ward's condition at 10 o'clock this
morning from Buckingham Palace;
"The King slept well and nothing
has occured to mar the excellent
progress His Majesty is now making.
fiiAned the Cuniil Rill. ,f'
Washington, June 2l.j-President
Roosevelt last night tigned the teth
mian canal bill, c'u i
Hatfttos Arc at
Po A0 PaiMca.Hnvti. June 30.
The' election fopSteputies have been
iuterruptedThe various political
uartiesjflrlluyti are in urnrs ready
fcr battle. There has been mneh
flrinjr here and the situation is
. Intermittent Eruptions.
Fort de Fhancjs, Island of Mar
tinique, July 1. The situation here
with regard to tho volcanic disturb
ances has become more reassuring.
There are still slight intermittent
eruptions from Mount Pelee.
Cholera in Philippines.
Manila, June 29. According to
official reports there have been in
Manila up to date 1,740 cases of
cholera and 1,385 deaths from the
disease. The same reports for the
provinces show 9,444 cases aud 7,033
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has bought the interest
of Li:n Sing in tho restaurant nnd
coffee shop owned by said Lim Sing
on Market Street, Wailuku. and will
hereaftor conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesdfjy. July I,
iu Enos' new block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
W. II. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large stock of. Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages. Buggies,
and .Tagous which he will sell at Re
For further Informa'Lm ai ply to
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