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Nine to nothing. Well, it might
have been worse.
Eggs are scarce and high in Wai
luku and young broilers are aspiring
lo the dollar limit.
If you want the best horses and
the cleanest hacks in town, ring up
the Biftnark Stables. .
. "It's a White, it's all right." IT.
Hackfeld & Co. Ltd., agents for the
White Sewing Machine.
Order your job work done at the
News Job Oflice. Ruled linen letter
heads and linen envelops in stock.
-flA,ll of the new machinery at Laht
iiia Ice works has been installed, and
the plant will soon running to its full
. Try an experimental order of pic
nic and choice lunch canned goods
from the Paia Plantation Store. They
are all right.
Make your arrangements to visit
the Maui races at Kahului. Aug. V2.
Ther.! will bo some fast horses and
txcilir.g races that Jy.
An inter Island polo tournament
at Honolulu in November is being ar
ranged and a Maui team will probab
ly be one of the contestants.
The first instalment of. pipe for the
. Lahaiua water works has arrived
and work on the reservoir and pipe
line is being pushed with vigor.
Corn Foil Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. 11. BAILEY,
The Kinau went to the coast this
Week, the Claudine has taken the
Kinau'a run td Kilo, and the Maui
' has taken the Claudine's run to Ka
hului and Hana.
Mr. Jack Bergstrom, piano tuner
of the Bergstrom Music Co., will re
main on Maui for another week, and
anyone desiring his' services will
please ring up the Wailubu Hotel.
Kuihelani Homestead, tho former
abode of royal' y at Wrailuku, is in the
hands of the carpenters and paint
em, and when renovated, will be oc
bnpled as a residence by Dr. Edward
A The Bulletin has sued the Auyer
. tiser for a coin sack full of money as
. 't r M ! 1 I
uairages, ior sucrueK'ousiy uanuiug
on the grave of the Sunday Bulletin,
Aand further attempting to kahuna
'the daily Bul'etin. , .
The Pioneer Mill, Lahaina, has
closed down for the season, and
planting is being pushed. Excava
tions are being made for an 8,000,000
gallon pumping plant adjoining the
Lahaina Pump Station.
NOTICE. There is still one store
6 let oil the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
, v Announcement. Mr. George B.
Schrader is now prepared to give
lessons on the piano forte either
. at bis residence or at residence of
pupils. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
A The regular meeting of the Maui
Athletic Association iu to be heH at
Wailuku Court House on next Mon
day evening, and as matters of a
very important nature are to be con
sideredj all the members of the As-
ficiatiou are earnestly requested to
9 on hand promptly.
weekly has just been launched in
.Honolulu, with two proline ana inter
esting writers IT. M. Avers and W. F.
Sabin at the helm. The paper la
red, has been read, and will be ready
every Saturday morning. It gives
special attention to athletic Bports.
. The Paradise of the Pacific is now
owned as well as published by Wil
liams M. Lang'on, and the truly num
ber just received is simply perfect,
so far as the printer's art is- concer
ned, especially the illustrations. The
reading matter is interesting, and
p deserves a large circulation on
mi . i
. x xne manager ana memoera oi me
Maui baseball team are profuse in
their expressions of gratitude for the
ikindly reception they, thet in Hono
lulu. Charley Chjlliiigworth espe
cially left nothing undone for their
pleasure and comfort which kindness
andt consideration, could suggest. He
pot only fulfilled every financial , pro
mise to the letter, but also .generous
ly divided surplus gate receipts with
jthe Maui .teaiD, tovthe amount of $t0.
Jf i(the boys .ever vcitch Charley on
' j'?ai.ft.lB'' w''l -tio S thing,
lot in. . ., ' . '
IfiONOLULC FAIR NOTES
(BY Our Splcial Correspondent)
The horse races which took ilace
at Kupiolani Park, 4 miles from
town, feolurduy afternoon, the 26th.
the Merchants' Fair which opei ed
the same evvning, the agricultural
fair which began at noon on the 28th,
and the ball game of the same after
noon at Funahou, all attracted thous
ands of spectators
The races created much amuse
ment and as there was little betting
were rnn ou their merits. Every
thing was conducted in a fair and
The winning of the three events by
"Bob" Ballentine, a former resident
of Lahaina and Spreckelsville gave
much pleasure to the Maui people
wnowere m the grandstand. This
horse, Amarino, tho winner of two of
the events, is most popular with
The polo pony, "Jim Crow" who
run i of a mile in 41 seconds, is prob-
ably faster thuu any of our Maui
The event which caused the most
fun and laughter was the gentlemen's
riding race in which 18 started, a few
dressed appropriately but many in
their ordinary dress riding around
the track helter-skelter with coat
tails flying. Bob Ballentine on what
seemed to be an old skate (Brunei-),
vclept by the crowd. "Amarino No
2," kept behind the riders close ta
the inside rail and soon after the
start forged ahead and maintained
the lead to the finish.
The 10th and the last event was
unique, a cowboy race; three mile
relay. The three contestants had to
change horses at the end of each
mile, each doing the unsaddling and
saddling up. W. C. Vida who gain
ed a great advantage by using a
buckle instead of the usual strap on
cinch, won the race amid cheers and
At the Merchants' Fair by far the
greatest attraction was the display
made by the Hawaiian Electric Co.
Ltd. Their large booth lined with'
turkey-red, was ablaze with circles
of colored electric lights and exhibit
ed all sorts of electric novelties.
High overhead was a large oblong
piece of glass with aloha in the cen
ter in metal letters. To these letters
wires were attached and every now
and then throughout the evening
hours, all the lights in the large
building were ei tingulshed and the
full electric power said to be 40,000
volts was directed upon the word
To a novice, the effect was appal
ling rather than pleasurable, for the
fierce electric fluid snapped, crack
led frightfully, and after a second
or two of a purple light with spray
like, indeterminate forms, tODgues of
forked lightning darted in zigzag
lines, in all directions. It was like
some huge giant striving to break
his bonds, which seemed hardly
strong enough to confine him.
One old lady said of the beautiful
dresses displayed on wax figures in
Montano & Co.s display of tho ladies'
furnishing goods. "I like this best."
A little boy preferred the exhibit
ion of meats by the Metropolitan
Meat Co. j several huge quarters of
beef about which hung a semi eifele
of fine hams and below which were
two large blocks of ice with pork, beef,
mutton, etc. frozen within.
Then too the display of beautiful
oil paintings, cut glass, etc. of Pac
ific Hardware Co. was much admir
ed. Two little darky boys playing
ping-pong in the Pearson & Potter
booth also pleased many as well as
the life-sized gf ay horse of wood with
harness and rubber-tired buggy.
Everything was attractive and Hon
olulu business men should be con
The ball game at Punahou was a
"heart-breaking" for Maui people,
the Maui beaten 9 to 0, all because
of the great brawny giant of a pitch
er, Barny Joyt They played good
ball excepting a few errors made by
over-anxiety to excel.' Garcia made
a star one-handed catch at center
field, Cornwell at left, caught every
thing that came his way. and made
one of the few base hits off of Joy.
Cumraings did fine work as catcher
till he split his hand in the eth inning,
iu fact thd field plav of the boys wa3
much praised, but a!as they couldn't
bat Joy whose si;m seemed like a
greit band of steel which never
wearied of throwing. calls with light
ning-like speed into the fat hands of
, 'Sonny Cunha, the fine catcher" of
it a t t i
Tkv vouuff bfiv.Iike Mairttes showed
bo avail: it was like a first class high
school nine playing against a semi
professional crack college club.
At the agricultural fair, Maui
eclipsed a'l the islands excepting
Oahu, eleven first priaes and four
second were awarded to the farmers
of our little island.
They were as follow:
E. H. Bailey, Makawao; first prize
for watermelons and field corn. Sec
ond prize for pumpkins.
J. B. Wilson of Makawao took 1st
prize for Irish Potatoes.
Mrs. Djherty Sylva of Lahaina
took both 1st and 2nd for alligator
pears. Wm. Apelaof Waihee took
1st prize for pohas. S. E. Kaleikau
of Waihee took 1st prize for moun
tain apples (ohias). Miss Lucy Ka
leikau of Waihee, 1st priae for besi
Land bananas. Lahainaiuna Seminary
took 1st prizes for tomatoes, cocoa
nuts and best exhibit of fruit; second
prize for best exhibit of vegetables.
James Lindsay of Haiku took 1st and
2nd prizes for carrots. - .
B. H. Bailey's 80 lb. pumpkin was
the talk of the city and Mrs. Sylva's
alligator peat s Were .wonderful They
were of the purple variety but
as large as melons (the truth) of the
canteloupe variety, and had very
D. D. Baldwin of Haiku and Gov.
Dole both had fine exhibits of the
If the season had been right,Maka-
wao could hare easily obtained prizes
for peaches and figs.
Many people preferred the agri
cultural fair to the mechanical ex
hibition. Next time, cattle, horses
sheep, pigs, poultry, etc, should be
listed ou the program of exhibits.
However it was a successful attempt
for the first exposition ever held in
The News has, since its inception,
encouraged small farming and fruit
culture on Maui, from a full and
realizing sense of the wonderful and
glorious possibilities along those lines
lying dormant on our Island.
As a vindication of the truth of this
the Nkws points with triumphant
pride to the fact that in an inter
Island- exhibition Maui has taken
eleven out of thirty first prizes, or
over one-third of . the first prizes
awarded. This is an advertisement
to Maui which is beyond any reasa-
bly estimated money value, if it has
the desired effect of stimulating small
farming and fruit culture on Maui.
The list of prizes appears in the
in the letter of our special correspon
dent, and the list would have been
longer if other available exhibits,
notable prize winning oranges from
Wailuku, had been entered.
In order to encourage interest in
the Honolulu exhibits, the News
offered a cash premuim of five dollars
to each Maui winner of a first prize,
and at least nine of these prizes have
been captured, if not eleven, ac
cording to the conditions offered in
the News and will be prompthy paid
in accordance with the terms sugges
ted iu the editorial of the News, is
sued on Sat urday, July 12, as soon as
official returns can be secured, which
should not be later than next Wed
A t a Primary Meeting of the Rep
ublican Precinct Club of the Sixth
Precinct (Wailuku). Third Represen
tative District, held in Wailuku
Courthouse o.i Friday evening, July
25th, 1902, at 8 P. M; First Vice
Presidents. E. Kaleiku, president,
the following were nominated as can
didates for Delegates to the Distrect
and Territorial Conventions respect
ively, the said delegates, five to the
district and two to the territorial
conventions, to be elected at a meet
ing of said precinct club which will
be held in Wailuku Courthouse today
Nominees For Delegates To Dist
Messrs. L. M Baldwin, A. N. Ke
poikai, W; E. Saffery, J. K. Kaho.
okele, Thos. Cummingj, W. E. Bal,
J. Nua, S. E. Kaleikau, Jos. F. Welch,
J. Kini Kaaa, O, tv Kihamahana'
J. Pali Syiva, and Wm. H. King.
Nominees For Delegates to Ter
ritorial Convention: ,v
Messrs. A. Nw.Kepoikai, Sam" Kelii
nei, Noah W. Aluli, Jas. N. K. Keola,
S. E. Kaleikau.
' : v
During pty absence from the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, Mr. C. D. LWkin
of Wailiiki, Maui, will act for" me
under full power of attorney.
Wailuku, July 12th, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has bought the interest
of Lim Sing in the restaurant and
coffee shop owned by said lim Sii g
on Market Street, Wailuku, and will
hereafter conduct the same.
j LOOK LIN.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July I, 1902
in Enos' new block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Notiee is hereby given that all the
stock formerly carried by the Corner
Store will now be carried ty A. J.
Rodrigues at his store on Main
Street. All bills incurred by the said
Corner Store will be assumed by A.
J. Rodrigues, end all persons indebt
ed to the Corner 'Store will please
pay same to A; J. Rodrigues.
Place your savings with tho Phoe
nix Saving's Bank of San Francisco.
Clias. R. Bishop, vice president. Bis
hop & Co. are trustees for Hawaiian
HUGH M. COKE,
Agent for Maui.
A special meeting of the stock
holders of the Hui Aiua o Huelo will
be held at the Headquarters of the
Kahului Fisheries, Kahului, Maui, on
Thursday,Aug.l4, 1902, at 10 o'clock
A. M.. for the purpose of electing a
Secretary and Treasurer, aud for
the transaction of general business.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
President Hui Aina o Huelo.
. Notice U hereby given that under and pursu
ant to an order of the Honorable J. W. Kalua.
Judge of Circuit Court, Seeond Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, Sitting- in Probate, I will on Wed
nesday, August, 18th. 1903, commencing at 12
Noon of said day, at the Court House door in the
Town ot Wailuku, Maul, T. H. sell at Public
Auotion to the highest and best bidder for cash
the following property belonging to the estate
of Ah Ming, deceased. One Third Interest in
Lease from J. T. Aluli to Ah Mo, Ah Wong and
T. Ah Ming of about 11 and 5.' acres of rlee land
situated In the 111 of Papapohaku. Wailuku,
Maul, Said Lease having a term of Nine years
yet to run at an annual rental of Ml'j.
Fifty paid-up shares of Stock in the Maui
Sugar Company Limited of a par value of 125.
Ten Shares, SO per cent paid In, of Stock In the
Oceanic Gas & Electrio Co, Limited, of a par
value of W) per share.
Four and oue-ha If Shares of Paid-up stock in the
Kula Pork Packing Company, of a par value of
I Ida per share.
Administrators the Est. of Ah Micg.Ceceased.
JAS. L. COKE,
Attorney & Auctioneer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COU KT OF TH E SECOND
Clrouit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
In Probato. In the matter of the Estate of
DAVID CENTER.late of Spreckelsville, Island
of Mau'., deoeased intestate.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALLOWANCE OF FINAL ACCOOUNTS.DIS
TR1BUTION AND DISCHARGE. ,
On Reading and Filing tho Petition and Ac
counts of E. Faxton Bishop, Administrator of
the Estate of David Center, late of Spreckels
ville, Maui,wherein he asks tbatlthe same may
be examined and approved ,and that a final or
der may be made of distribution of property re
maining in hs hands to the persons thereto gn
Itled, and discharging him and hjsCfqtles
fromall further ro8ponuibllltra4rflutntert tot
ItU Ordereo. tliM MwUyTtk 1st day A
September A. D. lsitt, al 10 o.qlook A. M.rbefom 1
me uuageoi saia court at tna uoun koo or
theaid Court at Wadlata, IMfnd.t'Muul, bt
and the sume hereby 4a appiiutud as the timh
and -place for beartug aafd Petition and Ao
counts, and that all persons interested muy
then and tnere,apta aud i.how cause, if an?
they have whe the same uould not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, thii 23rd day of July Mi
By the Court;
Seal f ' - 7 L. R. CROOK
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"iWSi JBiad, Pies and Cakes.
Canned fruitk of all kinds, jellies and
jams foriale. ,
High St., . Wailuku.
Sale a Jarge stock of Carnage Sup-jj
plies,. Harness, carriage JJuggies,
and flagons which 1m will tell at Re
duced Rates. . ' v
For further Info rqiaCoii apply td
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OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
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The First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the United States al
Washington, D. C, 1901. . 1
W. J. LOWRIE, Pbesident. . . , , W. T. RdBtNSO, Vice-Pkesides?
. C. D. LUFKIN, Casuier. . u .
CHARLES M. COOKE And R. A. W ADS WOT.TH , DiaECTons,
Solicits acCounU ol Corporations, 'Firms ank individuals.
RAWB EXChX>S on all Parts of Jhe VbA'd.
Ti4te mui BAZAARi
Hawaiian Curios, Ivqry Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian ManufacturCi and Hawaiian Quilts. !
Ilawaaan Tap&3 and Koa Calabashes, Birds' et Fern Work,
! Such as Napkin Rings, etc. ,
i We Also,Receive Articles cn Consignments.
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