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There vill be a game of polo at
Sunnyside this afternoon.
Order your bread from Burlem's,
Bakery, Telephone No. 293.
Send your job work to tho Niws
oflice, Neat,cheap and prompt work.
The S. S. Nevadan is expected at
Kahului about Aug. 9 to load sugar.
Fresh pineapples constantly on
hand at A. J. Rodriguei' Store,
The weather has been a little warm
er than usual this week in Wailuku,
'but not too hot to be agreeable.
Beautiful to look at, a comfort to
use, tho "White" Sewing Machine,
11. Hackfeld & Co. Ltd., Sole Agents-.
The U. S. fisliing vessel Albatross
dropped into Kahului harbor on Sat
irday moriiiu, leaving on Monday.
The Maui Athletic Association
sent a baseball team by yesterday's
Cluudine, to contest honors with the
H. A. C's. '
Cov. Dole favors the exlention-of
the forest reserve down from the up
per to the lower lluinakua ditch, the
All Maui exhibitors at the Honolulu
Fair are requested to drop a line to
the News giving a full list of their
Two dramatic entertainments by
amateurs are on tho cards for Wai
luku shortly. Announcements will be
made in due time.
The merry-go-round has reached
Wailuku, and Decker and the News
taan hav-i arranged a match race for
a bag of peanuts.
There will be no regular game of
baseball at Wells Park tomorrow
afternoon, although a pick-up match
being talked of. .
The Claudiue made the return trip
to Honolulu a day earlier this week,
leaving Kahului yesterday afterhoou
iustead of this afternoon.
It is now practically certain that
the races will be very ' successful on
August 12, both in point of the class
of horses which will be entered, and
In the attendance.
Troubles with Insurance men have
discouraged our new barber, and he
is to leave us. A steady man who is
a good barber can find an excellent
opeuiug in Wailuku.
A Japanese employee of the Pioneer
Hotel, Lahaiua wus arrested this
week for illicit sale of liquor on Sim-
day, tried, found guilty and fined
$250. The case will be appealed.
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. MEYER.
An interesting game of polo was
witnessed at Sunnyside last Satur
day afternoon, with the unusual sight
of four brothers, the sons of Hon. H.
P. Baldwin, composing one team.
The Baldwin boys won.
If you want something specially
nice in the line of canned meats for
picnic parties, or for pop lunches
when hubby unexpectedly brings
home a friend to dinner, ring up the
Paia Plantation Store,Tel.53.See new
, Announcement. 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.
Notice. There will be a special
meeting of the Maui Racing Associa
tiou at tho Court House at Wailuku
on next Wednesday eveniug, July 30,
ut which important business will be
.transacted, and a full attendance of
members is requested.
Last week our typo made us say
that Edgar Morton was furnishing
meat to the new barber shop, which
was no doubt a surprise to Mr. Mor
ton. Of course the new butcher shop
is what was meant, and the typo Is
hereby warned to be extra careful in
setting up this local.
The M. A. A. league championship
cup has been received by the Associa
tion and is' on exhibition in Hoffmann
A Vetlesoiv's show wiudow. .It is a
very handsome silver cup mounted on
a koa ; wood podestal, and. stands
about 12 inches high. On oa a. side
.will be the nair.e of the winding Jeara,
and p'n..ih.Q,c.thei t,tp names of the.
members of th team. ,
At Kahului, August 13.
Every indication points to a grand
day, of racina and other sports at
Kahului, August 12. Although too
soon for eutries yet, still it is known
that quite a number Of Honolulu
horses are to be here, some of thetn
the best in Honolulu. Col. McKen-
zie is making arrangements to bring
a string here from Bilo, and Maui
has some good ones for that day's
Tho Helene has been chartered f ( r
$G0(, and will bring a large number
of Honolulu visitors to attend the
races. Prof. Lednard the aeronaut,
wll be lure wilh his balloon, and will
make his wonderful parachute jump.
A liberal offer has been made to the
liilo band, and it is quite sure that
they will be here.
On last Satmdiiy evening, a meet
ing of the Maui Racing Association
was he'ld at Woiluku. From tho re
port Of the secretary it was learned
that there are several bundled dol
lars on hand, and that membership
dues are being collected, so that
finances will be easy. At the meet
ing a new rp.ee was added for horses
to be owned and ridden bv Japanese",
with a pur?e of $75.
The executive cqmmitteo reported
that tho ground, buildings and track
are in good shape, and will be kept
so, and the track was uever in bet
ter condition thau at present.
The managers of Puunene, Wailu
ku, Lahaina other leading planta
tions have been approached on the
matter of giving a holiday on Aug. 12.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin has agreed to
give a holiday to the men on the
plantations in which he is interested;
including Puunene', Paia, Haiku and
Kihei, and L. Barckhausen of Pio
neer Plantation has done tho same.
Manager Wells of the WailuKu Plan
tation, who will be absent has left
orders granting a holiday condition
Secretary D. L. Meyer of the M.
R. A. left for.Honolulu yesterday to
look up matters relating to the races,
and a special meeting of the M. R.A.
will be held at the Wailuku Court
house next Vednesday evening to re
ceive his report and transact other
There will be3'ond doubt be a large
number of Maui visitors at the track,
and many are expected 'from Hilo
Makomua Ranch Exhibits'
On. board tho Claudine which left
for i Honolulu last night, was an ex
hibit of the agricultural products of
Maui which will deservedly rank high
in the coming fair exhibits at Bono-
This exhibit was forwarded by Mr.
EH. Bailey of the Miikamua Ranch,
Makawao,and were magnificent spec
imens of what the Makawao Dis
trlct can produce. There were four
varieties of squashes, a "Heart o'
Gold," weighing 75 lps.j a "Mam
moth Chili" weighing 80 lbs. , and one
each of the "Delicata" and "Ford
hook," dainty and delicate table
squashes; the rinds of which are al
most as thin as paper. These squash
es are all from imported seeds. Four
water melons were in the exhibit,
weighing respectively 55, 53, 52 and
41 pounds; or 201 pounds for the four.
I here was also a prize winning ex
hibit of "Early Puritan" potatoes
and another of carrots. Three great
sunflower heads were also in the col
lection, each more than a loot in
diameter. There were also specimens
of dented corn froni Imported seed
and Kula corn on the stalk, the lat
ter being too green to .exhibit other
wise. Mr. Bailey also had some mag
nilicent specimens of lemons to exhib
it but they were stolen from the
trees a few nights since, much to his
disappointment, for he had been sav-
iug them especially for exhibition
at the fair.
The entire exhibit, as a group, Is
very fine, and if Mr. Bailey does not.
win a first.prize, there will be some
very fine exhibits at Honolulu
Of J tot Honolulu.
The Maui Athletic Association held
a special meeting on Wednesday even
ing to consider a liberal proposition
made by Charley Chillingworih to
play .a match ball game in Honolulu
on next Monday with the II. A. C's.'
The challenge was accpted and as
W. H. Cpj owejl Jr, cajinotgo, Georgoj
Cumming3 was elected captain of the
M. A, A. team which will be sent
over. As there was some doubt
whether Dr, Boote, the regular man
ager of the team will be able to go,
Mr. Jas. L. Coke was elected sub
stitute manager. N
The following is the line u;i of the
Maul team: Geo. Cr.mmings, (Capt)
catcher; A. Jackson, pitcher; T.
Pickard. 1. b.; Garcia, 2. b.; G. B.
Henderson, 3. b. ; J. Yates, s. s.; W.
Searle, r. f. K Smith c. f; A. Garcia,
I. f. ; L. R. Crook and T. Kruger,
-Some Good Ball.
On last Sunday, a match game of
baseball was played at Wells Park
between the Waikapus aud the La
hainas, at which the spectators got
the worth of their money.
The Lahaina boys averaged much
better fielding than 'heir opponents,
but were weak at the bat, while the
Waikapus handled the stick like pro
fessionals, sehding the ball in oil un
expected kinds of direction.-, which
e; plains the score of 14 to -1 in favor
of the Waikapus.
The following is tho score by in-
lf t inning. Waikapus. Henderson
ot first ;on balls; stole 2nd. Corn-;
well ouLou fly. Jackson, struck out.
Henderson put out at 3rd. No runs.
Lahainas. Morris, base on balls;
home on a wild throw b Cummings.
Kia, two-bagger. Hose, out on fly.
Kaliko safe to 1st. Poloka, struck
out. Niihau, struck out. 1 run. .
2nd inning. Waikapu. Searle, safe
to first. Cumming, out on fly. Kau
wila, put on fly. Keliinoi, out on fly.
Lahainas. Buchanan, safe to 1st.
Espinda; safe to 1st. Buchanan put
out on 2nd. McCar.n", struck out.
Morris, base on balls'. Espinda put
out at home plate. No runs.
3rd inuiug.Waikapu.Huakini,hit by
ball, given 1st. Waiwaiole safe to 1st.
Henderson, three-bagger, bringing
Huakini and Waiwaiole home. Corn-
well, out on fly. Jackson, safe to 1st.
Searle, safe to 1st, bringing Hender
son home. Cummings, three-bagger
bringiug Searle home. Kauwila out
on fly. 4 runs.
Lahaina. Kia', struck out. Hose,
safe to 1st. Kal'.ko, out on fly. Polo
ka, out on fly. No runs.
4th inning Waikapu.Keliinoi, struck
out. Huakini, out at 1st. Waiwaiole,
two-bagger. Henderson, safe to 1st,
stole 2nd on error. Cornwell.safe to 1st
bringing Henderson and Waiwaiole
home. Jackson struck out. 2 runs.
Lahaina. Niihau, out on fly. Bu
chanan struck out. Espinda) safe to
1st; homo on a wild throw by Hen
derson, McCann struck out; 1 run
5th inning. Waikapu. Searle, safe
to 1st. Cummings two-bagger, bring
ing Searle home. Kauwila, safe to
2nd; Cummings put out at home
plate. Keliinoi safe to 1st, bringing
Kauwila home. Waiwaiole out on
1st. Henderson, out on fly. 2 runs
Lahaina. Morris, out on fly. Kia,
out on 1st. Kali
ko, out on fly,
safe to lstjstole '2nd, Jackson, struck
out. Searle, out on 1st. Kauwila safe
to 1st. bringing Cornwell home. Cum
mings safe to lst.Keliinol safe to 1st.
Cummings put out on 3rd. 1 run.
Lahaina. Poloka out on fly. - Nil
hau, out on 1st. Buchanan, out on
1st. No runs.
7th Inning. Waikapu. Huatcini, out
on fly. Waiwaiole, safe to 1st, out
on 2nd. Henderson, struck out. No
Lahaina. Espinda, safe to lstjstole
2nd, McCahn safe to 1st; stole 2nd,.
Morris out on fly. Espinda put out
oa home plate. Kia, safe to 1st.
Hose, safe to 1st. Kia, forced out on
2nd. No runs. .
8th inning. Waikapu. Cornwell,
out on 1st. Jackson, safe to 1st.
Searle, three-bagger, bringing Jack
son home. Cummings', .out on fly,
bringing Searle home. Kauwila, put
on 2nd. 2 runs.
Lahaina. Kaliko, safe to 1st. Po
loka safe to 1st; Kaliko put out on
2nd; Niihau, out on fly. Buchanan
out on 1st. No runs.
9th inning. Waikapu. Keliinoi, safe
to 1st; to Srd on wild throw. Huaki
ni out on 1st. Waiwaioie, out on 1st
Henderson, safe to 1st, bringing Ke
lunol home. Henderson put out on
2nd. 1 1 run. v
Lahaina. Espinda,' safe to 1st.
McCann, out on fly. Morris, safe tq
1st, bringing Espinda home. Kia
out on 1st. Hose 9afe to 1st, i bring
iug Morris home. Kaliko out on fly
Runs by innings.
6 7 8 9
Waikapu.. . ,,0 (1
Lahuina. .... .1 0
1,0 2 114
0 0 0 2
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has bought the hit rest
of Li:n Sing in the restaurant and
cofTee shop owned by said Lim -Smg
on Market Street, Wailuku. ami will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesdiiy. July I, 1002
in Enos' new block on Market fctreet.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Notice is hereby given that all the
stock formerly cariied by the Corner
Store will iiuw be carried by A. J.
Rourigues at his store on Main
Street. All bills incurred bv the said
Corner Store will be assumed by A.
J. Rodrigues, and all ptrso.is iuileU-
d to the Corner Store will please
pay same to A. J, Rjdngues.
Place your savings wilh the PUv-
ui:; having 3 Lank of San Francisco.
Chus. it. l5;slion. vice president. Bis.
lop & Co. are trustees for Hawaiian
Agent for Maui.
A special meeting of the stock
holders of the I-Iui A:na o Huelo will
be held at the Headquarters of the
Ivahului Fibheries, Kahuluh Maui, on
Thursday,Aug.l2, 1902, at 10 o'clock
A. M., for the purpose of electing a
Secretary and Treasurer, and for
the transaction of general business.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
President liui Aina o Huelo.
Notice fs hereby given thnt under and pureu.
ant to an order of the Honorable J. YV. Kalua,
Judge of Circuit Court, Second Circuit, Territory
or Bawnil, Sitting in Probate, Iwill ou Wod
neBday, August, 13th. 1902, commencing at 1:
Noon of said day, at the Court Houho door in the
Town of Wailuku, Maul, T. H. sell t Public
Auction to the highest and best bidder for cash
the following property belonging to the OHtatc
of Ah Ming, deceased. Oue Third Interest In
Lease from J. T, Alull to Ah Mo, Ah Wong and
T. Ah Ming of about 11 and tf acres of rice lund
altuatod In the 111 of PapapohaKu, Wailuku,
Maul, Said Lease having a term of Nino years
yet to run at an annual rental of 1340.
Fifty paid-up shares ot Stork in tho Maui
Sugar Company Limited of a par value of fcffi.
Ten Shares, B0 per cent paid In, of Stock in he
Oceanic Gas & Electric Co, Limited, of a par
? Blue or J JU per share.
Four and one-half Shares of Paid-up stock In the
Kula Pork Packing Company, of a par value of
Admtnistratorof the Est. ot Ah Ming,Doccasod
JAS. L. COKE,
Attorney & Auctioneer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers
In Probate. In the mutter of the Estate of,
DAVID CENTER, late of Sprockolsvlllo, Island1
of Muu!, deceased Intestate.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALLOWANCE OF FINAL ACCOOUNTS.DIS-
TR1DUTION AND DISCHARGE.
On Reading and Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of E. Faxton Illshop, Administrator of
the Estate of David dm ter, late of Spreckels-
vlllo, Maul.wboroln he asks thutthe sumo may
bo examined and approved ,and thut a final or
der may be made of distribution of property re
mululug in bis hands to tho persons thereto en
itled, and discharging him and his sureties
fromull further responsibility as Administrator
It Is Ordered, that Monday, tho 1st day of
September A. D. 19U2, at 10 o.clock A. M.,-before
the Judge of said Court at the Court Room of
the said Court at Wailuku, Island ot Maui, bo
and the sume hereby U appointed as the tlmo
and .place for hearing said Petition and ;Ao
counts, nnd that all persons Interested may
then aud tbero appear and show cause, If any
they have; why the same should not be granted
Dated at Wailuku, this 3rd day of July 1WK.
By the Court,
. . Clerk
First Class Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakts.
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jellies and
jams for tale.
EI. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies
and(V.Tagons which he will sell at Ite
duced Rate, s
For furthur Lifo.nation apply to
V. II. CROZIER,
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Up have U. S. Ari...
-t and aid
1m 4i,feet in len )!
. 1 tli Price Lci.glh Price Lcngh PrtrS
i, 'ret. feet..
C t 5.00 14 I-) 00 24 r.l-.oJ
8 7.50 Hi 18.00 2i) 50 C8
10 lO.OO IS ' 21. W 40 UiXi-
12 ' 12.00 20 25.00
Write fc rpr6es of Cotton Floge, Hc'Wfttiati FIps, fct$v
Pearson & Potter Co Ltd
THE MA7 OFDER ROUSE
We Keep the Largest Stock to Honolulu
Monuments firiicjdstones Delivered In EO DayS
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Monumental Co.
176-180 KING St., HONOLULU
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop
ROAD WAGON iS, CANOPY 1 OP &
SURREYS, . " "
CIS B A
TWO SEAT WAGONS 4 595.
TOP BUGGIES " " ' ft90 ?
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
'OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
(ITU! TF.RMS THE EASIKST.
!&. &ENBERG, President.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage to., Lfd
125 IMerchaKt Street, Honolulu, NkXt t6 Stangenwald B'uildix6.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods :and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD'f,
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE OJlLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, cXmEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
'Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTIONS.
Tee First Rational
Washington, D. C, 1901. ,
W. J. LOWRIE, President. .... W. T. ROBINSON, Vice-Preside
C. D. LUFKIN, CAsiuer. ,
. CHARLES M. COOKE and R. A. WADSWOF.TII, Dir.EcroKS,
"Solicits accoimtVbf Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
THE YVIAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian limits,
'i Hawaiian Tapas und Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Ver" Work,
.Sucl? as Napkin Rings, etc.
( We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
.) Order W,lll peceiv. Prompt Br.d Careful Attoutlcu. ....
K. 0' P, HALL BUILDING'
ftivs .il.'.K.' Ka li'ooke !tf :
Wool Bunting Fln'irs hi all iiK'i
Corner ITn'i m
) p. o. n. x 7S--1
Rhd toU'l Street.
, noi-r.uiu, 11. i
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CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARD
P. O. Box
the Laws of the United States