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Buy a race program
See political notice, "Call No. 1,"
on first page.
The olantutions will all irive a
holiday on Tuesday.
Take in the races next Tuesday
Everybody else will be there.
The pipe liue is bei"g laid between)
the oil tanks and deep water, at
Tt if as a Hawaii man, and not a
Waiaiiu man who took the first prize
for hitfh grade photo supplies,
wrjte to the Honolulu Supply Co.,
the News is well equipped for
miscellaneous Job, Work. Send ut
Jour or ders.
We will ha ve good races and square
jbcing at Kahului, next Tuesday,
Everybody should .50,
Prof. lieonard will make his bal
loon ascension and parachute jump
at noon on Tuesday.
57 good things in the groceries line
for sale by H. Hac-kfeld &. Co. Look
out for new ad in next issue,
The Muui Hotel lias just received
a fresh consignment of high grade
David Lawrence & Co, cigars.
All of the races except jibe polo
pony race have filled, and there are
going to be some close finishes.-
The finest polo game of the season
is to be played at Sunn?sido this
afternoon, and it will be worth see
First prize winners at the Honolulu
Fair will please call at the News
Office and get their- 3.00 News
Professor Leonard will mako one
of his fairous ascensions and para
chuito jumps at Kahului on Tuesday.
Dont miss seeing it.
The base ball event of the season
will be played between the Honolulu
nine and the Maui nine at Wells Pai'k,
next Tuesday afternoon.
Corn For Sale. This year's crop
Telephone or apply to
E. ti. BAILEY,
The road board has commenced
some substantial and much needed
Improvement of the road leading out
of Wailuku toward Waikapu.
Rev. Canon Ault left for Honolulu
by last nights' Clauciine and conse
quently tnere wil' be no service at
the Episcopal Church tomorrowr
Road Supervisor John Kiui is doing
some first class work in the matter
of keeping the streets of Wailuku
cleared of weeds, trash and general
Invitations have been issued for a
social at Puunene Club House on
next Monday evening, and all who
attend are quite sure to have a jolly
. Co. "I.," N. G. H., Capt. W. E
Bal commanding, is reaching a high
state of efficiency, 'and will be ready
for competitive drills sooii. Njf
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. MEYEBA
Dr. George S. Aiftiij th po'M
young Paia aertfASi .tnaHnr-;
rargemen;U-: pay ieiularrtfes
sionaW: v.ts to Wailuku.)e first oj
which Vi' tartly Jxflinuounced
of the M. A.A.s on
venmg, there was
quite a foumoer
f changes of officials,
at, pneej filled.
, whose places were
Froni the feeling of harmony and
.determination displayed at yester
day's vepublicu district convention,
.it is a' safe guess that Wcox will
have an up-hill.' fight on Maui this fall.
. Announcement. Mr. George B.
Schraler is row prepared to give
lessoiis ; cn tiie piano forte either
at his residence or at residence of
pupils.. , For f erjns ana,, particulars,
write or call t nValluku Hotel.
Wailuku Maul.- i , . t. 3 .
Messrs K fcqttrjell", T. M. Church
and Wi F. , P'jguo will be in. the
Judges'. Staa wt'ues'lay, .and,, all
three of, thorn happt-n to be rueji who
wont stand for an erratic riding or
driving.' " f
The. rqaijka outtide of Hoffman &
Vetleeti's store ISjbeen decorated
with a iimmmtWauj niagnifieent.oil
f ain.tipg 'trf tigg the excellent
Harris an( Yalpoou wale the artists
Accident at Puunene.
A pnriouH accident occured in the
Puuiieno Mill about 5 o'clock Monday
afternoon in which a Portuguese girl
lost both legs between the anklw and
Hie knee nfl died about 11 o clock
Monday niirht. It seems that the girls
sewing sacks in the mill, have been in
the haoit of going to the sugar .;ar
Hern to gel small amounts of sugar
which 1st spilt and pulverized by the
machinery aim, aiinougn iiiey have
been warned several times to keep
away they paid no attention to the
On Monday thl.t iHrl wi rrnt.timr
sugar for her sister wheu her dre.s
euiignt ana neiore the machinery
eoulil he stoDDod one lrtr w:i pnilroiv
severed and the Other was hanging
by threads.. An inquest was held on
For Next Tuesday, Au. 12.
The horses are here, nine of them
from Honolulu, and at least as many
from Maul. Prof Leonard is here
with his balloon and wonderful par
achuto, from which and with which
will make his world famous
jump on raco day. Charley Chilling
worth will be here on Monday with
his famous ball chasing ninoj Among
whom are the wonderful catcher
"Sonny" Cutiha and Barney Joy, ihe
holy terror pitcher, and a match
game of oase ball will be played at
Wells Park on the afternoon of the
races between them and a picked
The track is now in fine condition,
and the Executive Committee who
have the . matter in charge, have
made every arrangement possible for
the comfort and convenience of the
large crowd which will be in atten
hod uauentine, an 01a timer on
Maui, brought over Mollie Connors
and Amarino, "Dicky" Davis brought
over his fast stepper, Gus Schumann
sent over' a fast one, tho Bellina
boys sent ovor a string, and there
are other good ones.-
It is not believed that the Honolulu
horses will take away all the monfy,
for the Columbia Stables and Col.
Cornwell s string are to be reckoned
with, and It has been many a long
day since the Maui racing public have
seen the hot finishes Which will mark
some of the races on next Tuesday.
The success of future race meetings
on Maui depends largely on the issue
of next. Tuesday's races'; and for that
reason, the people of Maui should
make it a special point to be present
m largo number, not only to
help things along, but also to enjoy a
rare day's sport.
The Prize Winners.
Wray Taylor admits that Maui has
just reason to feel proud of the agri
cultural exhibits sent to tho Honolulu
Agricultural Fair from Maui and he
is authority on such matters. But it
is true that if general enthusiasm had
been awakened the list prizes would
have been longer. Next year, the
people of Maui should insist on a local
fair, to be" held at some convenient
point on Maui, and a fair should be
held which would attract a full line
of exbibits( not only of. agricultural
products, but should include indus-
ies and domestic animals. The
good which would result from such a
fair would be both immediate and far
The following is the offical list of
first prize exhibits which are entitled
to a $5.00 premium from the Maui
New s, the money to pay which is now
ready at the News office, whenever
Alligator Pears. First Prize, Mrs.
Doherty Siiva, Lahama.
Oranges. First Prise, Lahaina-
luna Seminary Lahama.
Banauas,(best hand) First Prize,
Miss Luoy Kaleikau, Waibee.
Potatoes, (Irish.) First Prize, J.
B. Wilson, Makawao.
Field Corn.-First Prize, E. II.
Tomatoes. First Prize, Lahaina-
luna Seminary, Luhaina.
Carrots. First Prize, James Lind
say, Haiku. j
In addition to the above, Judge S.
E. Kaleikau of Waihee took the first
prize for ohiag, or mountain apples,
ahe Lahainaluna took the first prize
or cocoanuts; arid the first prize for
best exhibit of fruits for which the
Newt does.not , pay the offered re
ward; .the firs' two not being agricul
products iu the proper sense! ol the
term, and tho last including fruits on
wl'tch jthje ijf ws FJs agree'd" " to pay
REPORT OF THB CONDITION OF
The First National Bank of Wai
luku, at Wulluku, Maui, in the
Ter. 0 Hawaii, at the close of
business, July 16, 1803.
Loans nnd Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
U S. Bonds to secure cir
culation Premium on U. S. Bonds
Banking house, furniture
Expense paid less profits
Due from State Banks
Cheeks and other cash items
Fractional paper currency,
dick ok and cents
Lawful Money- Reserve
in Bask, viz:
Specie 12,943.95 12.948.95
Redemption fund with TJ. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent
of circulation) 325.00
Capital stock paid in 25,000.00
National Bank notes out
Due to State Banks and
Individual deposits subject
to cheek 24,257.65
Demand certificates of
Certilied checks - 75.00
Cashier's check outstand
Total . 62 242.88
Ter. of Hawaii, Island of Maui, sa
I,C.D.Lufkin,Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN,
W. T. Robinson )
R. A. Wadsworth Directors.
C. D. Lufkiu )
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 2nd day of August, 1902.
JAS. N. K. Keola.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Second Judicial Circuit, Territory of
3rd Representative District.
In accordance with the rules pro
mulgated by th Iepublican lerrt
torial Committee, the precinct dele
gates of the Third (Representative
District, comprising Maui, Molokai
ajd Lanai.metyestercay at Wailuku,
to organize a District Vlub.
Hon. H. P. Baldwil.was chosen
temporary chairman, ,anu Ueorge
Cooper, temporary secretary. On
motion of Bugh Howel a committeo
on credentials was aipointed, Con-
r vi .. ir. o "M I'an..i.n:
and J. K. Josepa, who presented the
following report by piecmcts which
lvalaupapa; No returns, i'ukoo;
D. ' H. ivahaulelio. Luhaina; Philip
Pali, S. Kapu. Lana.j No returns.
Honokahau; K. C. Searlo. Wai
luku; A. N. KepoikaiJ- K. Kahoo
kele, J. P. Siiva, J0U1 K. Kaaa, S.
E. Kaleikau. Kahului; H. P. Bald
win, Robt. English. HonaaulajJ. H.
Raymoud. Makawac'jEdgar Morton,
George Copp. Hamftkuapoko; D. C.
Lindsay, W. O. AkJQ, J. Vincent,
S. T. Kaiapa, Joht Kalino, John
Kaluu&. Kipahulu; I. P. Inaina.
Hana; Hugh Howell.Ceorge Cooper,
J. K. Josepa. Keanae; W. F. Pogue.
A permanent orgfUization was
then effected, with the following
offiicers; W. F. Pogue, chairman; H.
tl. JJaidwin, vice, chairman; A. IN.
Kepoikaij secretary; W.O. Aiken-,
treasurer. An executive committee
was then appointed by the chapman,
consiHtmg of the following: DS H.
Kahauleao, Philip Pali, R. C. SeaVej
is. Kaieiwau, ii. r . uaidwm, J.
Raymond, George Copp, JohnKalunu
.Pi lnaiua, George Cooper and W.
A motion by Hon. H. P. Baldwin
was carried to the effect that can
didates for representatives be selec
ted by precincts, as follows: 1st
and 2nd, one;3rd,4th and 5th one;6th,
one; 7tb, th ana SHh one; lUth, one;
11th, 12th and 13th, one-
J; urtber motions v,v Afr. Haldwin,
to the effect that the members of the
District Committee 0btuin from the
precincts they renresent their wishes
as far as possible, a3 to who should
be candidates for representatives,
and who for senator were carried
after which the meeting adjourned,,
subject to the call of the chair; which
will probably be, shortly after. tl
meeting of the Territorial Conventlyhl
The executive committee hel a
meeting yesterday afternoon) during
which they passed a resolution to
mployaparty woker for eaclibre-
cinct, to be appointed on yie rec-
ommendutiorl of th executiVp epeft
nYitteof tfid frecinct cub of lU)
precinct ia which ha ii to work
Notice is hereby tiven that the
undersigned has bought the inn-rest
of Li:n Sing in the ustaurant nnd
coffee shop owned by f-did Lim Su.g
on Market Street, Wailuku, and will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
T .... CI K. r.
"g s o. win open u new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July 1, 1902
in Knos' new block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Notice is hereby given that all tin
slock formerly carried by theCornVi
Store will nw be carried by A. J.
Rodrigues at his store on Mai.
Street. All bills incurred 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. Rodrigues.
Place your savings with the Phoe
nix Saving's Bank of San Francisco.
Chas. R. IJishop, vice president. Bih-
liop & Co. are trustees for" Hawuiian
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, 01
Thursday,Aug.l4, 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 hui Aina o Huelo.
Notice is hereby given that under and pursu
ant to an order ol the Honorable J. W. Kulua.
Judge of Circuit Court, Second Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, Sitting In Probate, I will on Wed
nesday, August, l.'Jth. 1W, commencing at 12
Noou of said day, at the Court House door in the
Town of Wailuku, Maui, T. H. sell at Public
Auction to the highest aud best bidder for cash
the following property belonging to the estate
of Ah Ming, deoeased. One Third interest in
Lease from J. T. Alull to All Mo, Ah Wong and
T. Ah Ming of about U and H acres of rice land
situated in the Hi of P'upopobalm, Wailuku,
Maul, Said Lease having a term of Nine years
yet to run at an annual rental of IsHO.
Ftfty paid-up shares of Stock in the Maui
Sugar Company Limited of a par value of K5.
Tun Shares, S3 per cent paid in, of Stock in the
Oceanic) Gas & Electric Co, Limited, of a yar
value of tiO per share.
Four and one-half Shares of Paid-up stock in the
Kula Pork Paoking Company, of a par value of
tWO. per share.
DANG WONG. '
Administrator of the Est. of Ah Ming,Deceased.
JAS. L. COKE, ,
Attorney & Auctioneer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers
in Probate. Iu the matter of tho Kstate of
DAVID CENTER, late of Spreckelsville, Island
of Mum, deceased intestate.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AOCOOUNTS.DIS-
TR1HUTION AND DISCHARGE.
On Roading and Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of E. Faxton Bishop, Administrator of
the Estate of David Center, late of Spreckels
vllle, Maul, wherein he asks thatthe same ma;
be examined and approved ,and that a final or
der may be made of distribution of properly re
maining in h's hands to the persons thereto en-
ltled, and discharging him and his sureties
from all further responsibility as Administrator.
It is Ordered, that 'Monday, the 1st day of
September A. D. Wtf, at 10 p.clook A. M.,-before
the Judge of said Court at the Court Room of
the said Court at Wailuku, Island of Maul, be
and the same hereby is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said Petition aud Ao
counts, and that all persons interested may
then and thore appear and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, this 93rd day of July llKK.
By the Court,
Seal L. R. CROOK
l!ret Class Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
Brvh Bread, Pies aud Cakes.
Cigars, Cigarettes fe Tobacco
Canned frvits of all kinds, jellies and
jams for sale
High St., - Wailuku.
j ' . '
CJlOZIER is offering for
large' stock of Carriage Sup-
pltey Harn(s, (art lages, Buggies,
ariVagous which he will sell at lie
aSted Rate) ... ...
Ifor furl liiforination apply to
We eep the Largest Stock in IZonokiUi
1 II. .7
Monuments &iitadstonesDelivc;ped in 10 Day
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Monumental Co.
176-180 KING St., HONOLULU
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, " ' $140, '"
TWO SEAT VVACO8 " " 05. "
TOP BUGGIES tXO. "
PHAETONS $I4t "
HARNESS $I.10b UP PET,SLTk
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST;
P. R. ISENBERG, President.
Chas, ft Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Ne&t to Stakgexwald BciLDixa.
WITH THEIR THIRTT-i'tVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doois and General Merchandise
; Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE'
Yhich They Offer aud Sell TO THE TRADE DNLY,
Prices tmi Terras Most FavoraWe.
SOLE AGENTS kov LITTLE JOKER aitd CROSS Ctf
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First Rational Bank
Incorporated under thb Laws of the United States at
Washington, D. C, 1901.
J. l6wRIEv President.... '.W. T. ROBINSON, Vice Preside:?
CD. LUFKIN, Cashier.
CHARLES Mi COOKE and R. A. WADSWORTH, Directors,
'Solicits accounts of Corporations, , Firms and Individuals.
DRAW3 EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala ltats,,Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Jlawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes,' Birda' Nest Vera Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt ttnd Careful Attention; r ,
JL. jov P. HALL BUILDING
Mrs. J. K. Kahnokclej
WK Pl.t I -ay tup:
o ycur 1 c r:sl it?ari)shp Landing CB
GLOBE WEN WSCKE
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LISTS am PAliTU'CLARS.
PEARSON, POTTER & CC.'L'fP..
THE M ML OnDE'?. '
Con er T'r,i,-.n hi d Uriel SlHtt
i O; II. n 7;-t. Honolulu, if. t
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CURTAINS $80. AND UPWARD
P. O. Gox 2?i
. WAILUKU, MAUI
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