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A boot black stand has been inslah
led in the barber 6hop at tbe Maui
Tho "Chas. Kinney," Capt Holm
guist, sailed from Kiliel to the Sound,
Maui merchants make a mistake in
not doing a little Intelligent adver
tising in tho Maui News.
"O Maui No Ka Oi" white and
bronze ribbons in gold and silver
lettering can bo had at the News
A combination of Art and Utility, a
"White" Sewing Machine. H; Hack
feld & Co. Ltd, solo agents for the
There was a match race between
Mau. Ro.e and Alta Stacey this week
tft the Kuhului track in which Maui
Rose won by several lengths.
Tho Kinau made a special trip to
Kahului on Sunday morning with U00
Japanese b borers aboard for Wai
luku, Puuucue, Iwhei and Haiku
NOTICE.-Theru is still one store
to let on tho first, floor of Pythian
Hall building, and
.vny one desiring
to secure it should
d. l. me ye::.
The Lahuina ball team played a
mitch game with a picked or rather
with a culled Honolulu nine last Sun
day, tho score being oft to 2J in favor
of the Luhaiua team.
Du Ring's Medicate-1 Shampoo
Cakes for sale at the Kuhului S'ore,
A. J. Rodrigues, and at the American
Barber Shopi Maui Hotel. Price 25
cents per cake, 3 for 50 cents.
The roadway in front of the K. of
P. Hall.bas been macadamized and
rolled, thus converting a rainy weath
er bog hole into one of the best
nieces of street in town. Good for
tho road board.
The merchunts of Honolulu are
preparing for a grand exhibit of
theif wares, in eon.iection with the
Atn-icullural Fairs July 28. With
'fare at half prise, there should be
many Maui visitors.
Contractor Lainar has completed
the bridge at Kailua Gulch, near
Kcanae, and the next thing for the
people of Maui now is to work for the
completion of the wagon road be
- X. tween Keanae and Natuttu.
Gul3tan Council, Young Men's In
stitute, gave a very pleasant Social
Gathering at K. of P. Hall on last
evening, in honor of their Honolulu
. visitors, at which quite a number of
local invited guests were present.
Announcement. Mr. George B,
Schrader is now prepared to give
lessons on the piano forte cither
at his residence or at residence of
buuils. For terms and particulars
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Call at tho American Barber Shop
Maui Hotel, for first class work
Shaving, Hair Cutting, beard trim
ming, shampooing, singeing and
ladies'hair dressing. The only White
barber on tbe Island'; 17 years expo
iunco in Europe and America.
A special meeting 'of the Maul Rac
ing Association is called for this eve
ning, 7.30, at the Court House and
all interested in tbe 'great races for
August 12, especially the officers and
members of the Association, should
make it a point to bo in prompt at
,' tendance. (
The American Barber Shop will be
-removed from tho Maui Hotel to the
Rodrigues Block, corner B. Marke
and Main street, on next Wednesday
July 23. Mr. Du Ring will also ope
a first class American ice-cream par
lor, at the same location, about the
The attention of Maui farmers and
horticulturists is euinestly invited
to tho list of premiums offered at the
Honolulu Agricultural Fair, publis
edon the editorial page. The New
offers a free subscription to every
Maui competitor aud jo.00 rewa
to every Maui exhibitor who wins
first prize in Houolulu. Try for it
Free trau sportation for your exhibits
Ladies who appreciate a good
shampoo can get it at the American
Barber Shop; price 50 cents. , We
use Du Ring's Medicated Shampoo
Cakes, the most cleansing prepara
tion ever put upon the market
positive cure for dandruff, itching or
soreness of the scam, w e also nav
these Shampoo Cakes for sale at
cents each or 3 for 50 cents. They
,are ajuxurj; to, tr'a bath, to fce used
.iu mace oi rxac. American jjui uc
Sho'p at'Muuf Hotel.
Td Dr. Arthur Baldwin nnd Bride
On Thursday evening last, Hon.
and Mrs. II. P. Baldwin of Fuuncne,
tendered a brilliant reception to their
son, Dr. Arthur Baldwin and ins
bride, at their Camp 1 residence.
Trains from all terminals brought
undreds of guests The grounds and
lanais were a blaze of electric lights
elicalely shaded with Chinese lan
terns, producing an exquisitely beau
tiful effect. Flags and flowers vied
in lending brilliancy and charm to the
A lovely reception bower was ai ran
ged for the young coup e, draped
ith American and Hawaiian flags,
profusion of flowers, and two great
anking jars of lilies, and here they
(ceived the kindly greetings of their
Dui ing tho evi nir.g a brilliant did
iay of tire oi s cha;Uj0cd ire son
ays of the moon, producing wierdly
Delimiting effects. Once the wel-
otnos were Fpoken, cancmg was tho
rder of the evening, during which
abo-ato refreshments weie served.
At midnight tho tram gave its
warning wiJijtic, ur.u the guests
ehictantly departed from what they
il ap.ree to have been one of the most
elightful little functions ever given
Yesterday, the bridal party and a
arge number ot i.neir mends made a
picnic excursiou to Iao Valley, where
the day was delightfully spent.
Culettan Council, Y. M. I.
Gulstan Couucil, Y. M. I. was in
stalled last evening at - the K. of P.
Hall by W. P. Barry. Deputy Grand
President, assisted by J. McGuirc.
The council starts with 29 charter
members under the most favorable
auspices. The objects of the Institute
are ''Pro Deo, pro Patria" for God
aud Country and the moral, intellec
tual and social welfai e of its members.
The officers of the Council in whose
hands the fate of the Council rests for
the ensuing term are; Chaplain, Jr,
Libert Boeynaems; President, Geo.B;
Schrader; 1st Vice, Juo Vasconcelles;
2nd Vice, A.J.IvOdrigues;Secrctary,J.
Garcia; Treasurer, A. J. GomesjMar
shall, A. Enos, Jr.; Inner Sentinel, C
R. Shaw;Outcr Sentinel, Frank Med-
eiros; Medical Examiner, ' Dr. John
Weddick; Executive Committee, L
R. Crook. J. A. Potter, J S. Medei-
On last Suuday afternoon the Morn
lng Stars and Maui Alerts played i
league game at Wells Parki
Save for a spurt by the Morning
Stars in the beginning, which was
recovered by the Alerts later in the
game the contest was ever', and
rather in favor of the Alerts, till
Crook of the Alerts severely wrench
ed his aukle, putting him out of the
game. This weakened the Alerts so
that the Stars took the running and
won outby the following score.
1 2 3456781)
M. Stars'. . . ...4 3 0 0 0 5 2 2 22
M. Averts ....1204000 0 18
The Puunenes have formally with
drawn from the league for the season,
leavingth'e following games yet to be
July 27.--AVaiUupu vs Maul. Alerts.
Aug. 10. Morning Stars vs Waikapu
Aug. 24 Maui Alerts vs M. Stars.
Sept. 7 Waikapu vs Maui Alerts
Sept. 14 Maui Alerts vs Waikapu
(posponed garm of June 15.)
The Lahaiua team claim to be "it"
and a match game between them and
a M. A. A. picked team is an inter
In the meantime, the Maui Athle
tic Association should uuquestiona
bly try to rend a picked team to
Honolulu, to contest for honors on
Since writing the foregoing, it is
learned that the Waikapu team have
challenged the Lahaiua team to play
a match game at Wells Park tomor
row afternoon, aud the challenge ha
been accepted. Consequently the
lovers of the s'port will have the
pleasure of witnessing u "hot" game
AN NOtN CEDENT.
Dr. Philip F. Frcar, dentist, of
Honolulu will be in Wailuku for a
short time only. Those desiring his
professional services cau find him at
41... xV..l;::,.. rYi.4.1
From private correspondence re
cciveij from Honolulu, there is no
doubt but the Agricultural and Mer
chant's Fair will afford a rare treat
to visitors. Iu addition to the ex
hibits there will bo a dny of fast
races, ten events being programmed.
There will also bo some high class
baseball, and the Maui Athletic As
sociation would find it a paying prop
osition in the end to send over a pick
ed team of ball chasers from Maui to
take part in the tournament. Let's
do it, boys.
A Farmer's Institute will be held
at the hull of the Y. M.'C. A., iu
Honolulu, on Monday evening, July
28, and there are many farmers and
horticulturists on Maui who would be
well repaid for the trip by the ex
perience they will gain at this one
The News has offered a cash prize
for every successful agricultural ex
hibit from Maul, and we hope to hnve
the pleasure of paying at least three
of these prizes. And remember, a
year's subscription to the News goes
to every exhibitor who fails to win a
Tha people of Maui should visit the
Honolulu Fnir in largo numbers fur
two reasons. First, because it will
be a sight worth seeing, and second
ly, because Maul will want to give
si'ch a fair in the future.
Two Japanese Killed
On Monday night about 9:30, two
Japanese were horribly mangled by
the explosion of giant powder at
Camp 3 Pump, Kihei, and died short
ly afterward. They were firemen at
the pump-house engine.nnd the handle
of the hoe, they used was a 12 ft. piece
of brass tube, which had been in use
for a couple ofweeks. The dynamite
was in the brass tube, and was pro
bably exploded by the heat.
At the tinre of sinking the pump
hole, it was the custom of tbe miners
to put sticks of dynamite in brass
tubes, and thus lodge the powder in
the holes drilled for blasting, it is
believed that the brass tube used as
a hoe handle by the Japanese was one
that had been loaded by the miuers,
and that the powder had by some
means been left in the tube.
An inquest was. held by Sheriff
Baldwin, and the verdict of the jury
was that the two Japanese came to
their death by injuries received from
an explosion 'df dynamite, in tne han
die of a hoe used in clearing the fires
under the boilers; said hoe handle be
ing picked up from a scrap heap
where it had been discarded by the
miners who had used these tubes as
containers for dynamite a year pre
A Wise Cat
On board the "Henry Villard,'
now lying in Kahului harbor, is
large, block cat, with a brief but
Tbe ill-fated vessel "Fannie Kerr
and the "Millard" were both lying iu
Newcastle harbor just before the
former started on her last voyage', in
which she was burned to the water's
edero several hundred miles off the
Hawaiian Islands. On beiiig towed
out of Newcastle harbor the "Fannie
Kerr" almost touched tho stern of
the "Villard." Just as the two ves
sels were in closest proximity,- this
cat sprang from the "Kerr," on
board the "Villard, where it at once
proceeded to make itself at koine.
In view of the sad fate of tho "Kerr,
one naturally wonders if the cat could
have tad any premonition of 1 1;
approaching fate of tho "Kerr."
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Notiee is hereby given that all th
stock formerly carried by the Corne
Store will now be carried by A.
Rodrigues at his store on Main
Street. All bills iucurred by the said
Corner Store will be assumed by A
J. Rodrigues, and all persons indebt
ed 'to the Corner Store will please
pay same to A. J. Rod rigues.
Place your savings with the Phoc
nix Saving's Bank of San Francisco.
Chas. R, Bishop, vice president. Bis
hop & Co. are trustees for Hawaiian
HUGH M. COKE,
Agent for Maul
: . 4-
During my absence from the ler
ritory of Hawaii, Mr.. CpDl Lulkhr
. ... ... ... . t- i
of vtai'uicu. oiaui, win vc lorime
under full power of attotMy.
, GEO.. alONS,
AVailuku, July 12tb, lOdiU
Notica i9 hereby given that tho
undersigned has bought the interest
of Lim Sing in the restaurant and
coffee shop owued by said Lim Sing
on Market Street, Wuiluku, and will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July 1, 1902
u Enos' new block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
W. II. CKOZIER is offering for
ale a large stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and Y.'agons which he will sell at Re
duced Rates. :
For further information apply to
W. U. CROZIER,
Wood For Sale
Chojcu Kiayve Wood von Sali:
SAM KUULA Kihei
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Mail voui photo work to us and we
will c'.Ve vou first-class work in
developing aud printing.'
Fresh Films, Photo Paper, always
Eastman Kodaks at factory prices
B. L. SHAW.
HILO DRUG CO.
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up to 40 feet In length.
Length Price Len.iih ' Price Length V. rc
feet, feet, fi'et.
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io lo.oo hi , i'i.M -:o 75.0O
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Monuments G-Headstones Delivered to SO Ba 55
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Manismsntsi Co.
17C-180 KING Sr., HONOLULU
hi, EE. HENDRICK, Prop
ROAD WAGbNS CANOPY TOP &
two seat Wagons
HARNESS $I2.X)0 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST,
P. R. ISENBERG, PatsibEiT.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage (K, Lt'd
125 M'sncii ant Street, Honolulu, Next to StangeKwalT) CciLforVA.'
WITH THEIR THIRTV-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TOE
Dry feoods and General Kerchalndisfe
Business Carry the bes Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADlfi
Which -They 'Qffer and Sen TO THE TRADE ONLY, ab
Prices and Terms Most Tavorable. f
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTE?.
'Orders vill fceeeivc 'tbe feest and MOST, PROMPT ATTENTIONS
, The First National
IfucoVporated uricler 'the taws of the Vflute S'ta'tes A
WasWifW,-D. O., 1901.
V. J. LOWRIE, Peesidkst. W. T. ROBINSON, Vice -PESiDix!?
CD. LUFKIN, CXsi'inja.
tllARL'ES M. COOKE as u R. A. WADSWORTH, D&ectob',"
Solicits account's ' CorporntionsFiriiis atia lridividualsl.
DRAWS E'6nX!sGE on all Parts of 'the Vorld.
THE MAUl BAZAARt
ftatv&aan 'curios. Ivory Wreaths", Liiuhala Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture', and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas andfcoa Cuilibathes; Bn'hV Nesil'erriNVork",
Such'as Napliiu Rings, etc.
Wo Alsoileceive Arttdes'cn
Order Receive Prcmpt
Mrs. 3.K K. -Knh'oMefev
li'inlirg Flags In all sius
iillan Flss, etc
'iter Union and Hotel Strecls
. O. i:x 784, floiio'uiu, II. Ti
Stock tn Honolulu
t. Ili'W .
CURTAINS $90. AND UPWA
P. O. Box S3i
anil Oa refill Aticnt'on'.
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