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Did you bet on Dusty Roadf
The Maui Hotel has applied for h
'hotel liquor license.
The Paia Plantation Store carries
it stock of high grad cigars.' They
Sto good ones.
"Sonny" Cuuha play's baseball just
'like a low pressure, high power
August 12 was an ideal day on the
track, but was followed by raia on
tho next day. Lucky Maul.
Republican Headquarters have
'been establiseed In the corner room
'on the lower floor of the Maul Hotel. .
The News has been complimented
Sor the stylo and get-up of the race
programs issued for Tuesday's races.
Call and get or send for your pre
taiuth for your first prize agricultural
exhibit, if you have not already done
This issue is Vol. 6, "No. 1 of the
News, whicn means that the paper
Is begiuning the last half of its third
Prof. Leonard was compelled to
defer his balloon ascension on race
day, owing to the gale of wind pre
vailing At Kahului.
Dob. Carlile is aching to. match
Black Bess against Maui Roso for
$100 or t250 a side, to be run atonce,
or shortly -afterwards. ' (
There are several stables in Hono
lulu, but only one Charley Bellina.and
he keeps the Club Stables. Remember
that, when you go to town.
The Honolulu press was well re-!
presented at the races, the 'Adver-i
tiser.Independent and Mirror having
sent over special correspondents.
"Corn For Sale. This year's crdp.
Telephone or apply to
E. a. BAILEY,
'The Paia Hotel, being erected by
E. H. Pieper, is almost completed
and will be one of the handsomest
and most commodious hotels on Maui.
If you want to get just what you
want in the line of wheeled vehicles,:
'trvGufc. Schumann, and if ho liasn't
got it, the chances are
that it can-
not be got anywhere.
Thnr will be a meeting of the
nrecinct club, 6th precinct, Wailuku.
at Maui Hotel Headquarters, August
"23. Republicans, attend; important
business will be considered. v
rrv, Waikanus and Muui Alerts
rlo.v boll a; Wells Park tommorrovv
aftemoon.and as some of the oldPuu
neue boys have joi.ied the Alerts, a
good game may be expected.
"Dickey" Davis won the first prize
as rooter for the Honolulu ball team,
botiiou account of his clear mezzo
, soprano voice and his choice collec
lion of warm and tender quotations.
, The net receipts for the ball game
on Tuesday were about $95, the en-
ti mount of which was handed to
. Charlev Chillingworthj to assist in
. defraying the expenses of the visiting
The attention of voters on Maui,
Molokai and Lanai is called to the
"By Authority" proclamation issued
. bv Gov. Dole, relative to voting pre
cincts and polling places in the Third
Prof Lcouard will make his famous
ascension and parachule . jump
Sundav afternoon .bctweeu 5 and
o'clock, from the rear of. the K, of P.
Wall Wailuku. wind and weather
.. If you wish an iron fence or monu
ment, write to H. Ifendrick, Hono
lulu, who keeps, the only totnpiete
stock in the Islands. Prices ure the
. lnmoci-. All work guaranteed the
best. Seo ad. in this' paper.
NOTIC !S. There i$ still one store
to let on the first floor of. Pythian
,Kall building, and any one. desiring
;ito secure it should make immediate
application to ' i. ..
1 D. L. MEYER.
Announcement. Mr. .George B.
.Schrader, is now prepared to give
lessons on the" piano forte either
at his residence .-or at resideuce of
pupils. For terras and . particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel. '
Wailuku Maui..v m,.'hmi
Billy Lucas, who Is naturally , one
of the sweetest tempered aixfjoliiest
. fallows pn the Islands completely lost
i his temper 'hea Jlack Bess, imfoiS
tupaejj fouled Jep.;ie ,E.( anbVhe
. bad to hunt ground tjse saddllug pad-
dock half, an hour for thscdnfounded
v.ouikI and rertorfd to Its rightful
The Honolulu bnse bajl- 'nlne, cap-
tamed bv Gleason. cfioneroned bv
Cliilltiufwortb, landwith Barney Joj
and "Sonny" (Sirtiha for a battery
gave our Maui boys a lesson iu base
ball as slfe Is played In Honolulu, on
Tuesday afternoon, but it made them
sweat biood to do it. Had it not been
for two or three loud, nois', glaring
errors on the part of the Maui nine,
the game would have been a very
close one with a chr.nco for Maui to
Maui went to bat first in the first
inning, and scored the hrsT-run of the
game, which was greeted by a Storm,
a tornado, a cyclone of applause from
the grand stand. Then Honolulu
went to the bat and found Jackson
rather easy, hence two balls wei'ej
sent ckyward, which unfortunately)
for the Honolulus dropped jilumpinto
the hands of the nimble ?laui fielders.
The third ba'H also was au easy, slow
sky ball which'Iar.ily rose about ninety
feet in the oir.'aud then described a
beautiful parabolic curve right down
toward the ready hands of Maui's
short stop. It was a ptiddiiig,or to use
Dickey Davis' words.it Was "jus tiike
taking candy away from the baby."
Short stop stood smilingly 'awaiting
the slow arrival of the descending
sphere. The grand stand held its
breath, with its mouths all wide ttpeft,
ready to let out a yell which would
have drawn the nails out of the plank
seatsi while visions of a goose egg
for tlie honolulus in their first inning
danced before the eyes the Maui
rooters. But alas, Garcia of second
baso either lost his head, or for soma
other unexplainable reason rushed
forward and ran full tilt against the
short stop, just as tbU ball was nest
ling comfortably down into bis hands,
and as a uatural result, the ball fell
to the ground. Then the Maul boys
just laid down on their backs and
died, while the Honolulus cattve for
ward with a rush and scored four
runs before the Mauis could galvanise
themselves back to life and check
the Honolulus' onslaught. ' i
Then the Maui boys buckled to and
played the game of their lives, hold
ing the Honolulus down as shown by
the subjoined score, which was mar
red by only one more serious error,
the throwing of a grounder to third
base by Pick a rd of first base, which
gave the Honolulus two runs in the
The score by innings was as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 1 7 8 9
Honolulu 1 4 1 1 0 1 2 1 0-11
Maui...... ..1 0002000 14
A Parting Luau.
On last Saturday evening, MK and
Mrs. Frank Baldwin tendered an
elegant and typical Hawaiian luau
to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baldwin
who leave for Cleveland, Ohio this1
week, Where Mr. Baldwin will en
gage in the practice of law. V,
The lauai of the residence of the
host and hostess was aflame vwith
Hawaiian flowerS interwoven with
wreaths of ferns and other greenery,
sparkling with electric lights and
draped with American and Hawaiian
flags. The luau itself wan composed
of every obtainable Hawaiian delicac y
and the scene was enlivened by the
strains of Wailuku quiiitett club
music. At the close of the tuau
thfi pntira irnrtv adiourned to the
residence of Hon. H. P. Baldwin
where dancing was indulged in till
midnight. . . . i
It was strictly a family party, the
participants beiug Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Baldwin, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Ba'dwin, Hoii. and Mrs.' H. P. Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarry Baldwin,
Mr. and ,Mrs. Ben Baldwiu, Miss
Charlotte Baldwin, Messrs Sam Bald
win, Fred. Baldwin and H. B. Weller.
Match Race Desired; " -
Bob Garble informs the News
that on Weduesday morning following
race day, he went to Waikapu t6
arrange for a match , race between
Black Bess and Maui Hose, and that
he arranged with w., II. Cornwell Jr.
for such a race, but that later in the
day he received a. telephone message
that Maul Rose would n'jj. be .entered!
for a match race .witl Black Bess
under any circumstances. Bob feel
very sore over it .. aud vsay's ;ba wifl
run Black Bess against Maui l'.ose at
three to ore.
MoU'ft Conner w.as.,, the ''belle,
trie Dei: on tne race tracK at aanur
tne of the best nnd most hotly
con tested games of baseball ever wit
nessed oti Maui topic place at Wells
Park last Suntyrfy afternoon between
the Waikapu and the heretofore in
vincible Morning fHars, 1 he Morning
Stars going down in defeat for the
first time this season, the score be
ing 7 to 5.
The credit of the victory belongs
to Searle, the promising pitcher of
(he Waikap'us, who pitched superb
ball and kep't his hits well scattered
Jacsoo, evidently had an off day as he
was hot up to his usual form, such a3
has been seen in his past games.
The Wainapus were reinforced by
Rosecrans who put up a very credit
able game at short Stop, but was not
up to his usual standard; not having
been able to practice for some
tnontns. Waiwaiole at left uuide two
beautiful catches and his luc'ky drive
in the 9th inning won the game for
The 'Stars put up their 'usual gilt
edged fielding game, but the battery
was off color-.
1st inning. Waikapu. Waiwaiole
hit safe, stole !nd; Cornwell hit safe
through center Scoring Waiwaiole.
Rosecrans out at 1st. Cuminings out
out on batted ball. Cornwell scoring.
Searle struck out. 2 ruus.
Morning Stars. A. Garcia hit safe
through 3rd; Jackson out on fly to
2nd. N. Krueger out to left, Garcia
tcoring, J. Uarcia safe to 1st, .Pick
ard struck out. 1 run.
?hd inning. Silva out to center'.
Keliin'ol Safe to 1st; Enos reach 1st
on error". Opiopio out to center; Ke-
liinol scoring on passed ball. Wai
waiole out a't 1st. 1 run.
Palapala reached 1st on error;
Smith advanced bi'rh on bit to right.
T. Krueger struck 6i. Ross out to
1st; Palapala scoring. A. Garcia
struck out. 1 run.
3rd inning. Cornwell safe o 1st.
stota 2nd. Rosecrans and Cum'Mngs
out on 1st; Cornwell scoring oh the
play. Searle out at 1st. 1 run.
Jackson struck out. N. Krueger
out at 1st. J. Garcia safe to 1st.
Pickard base on balls, and Garcia
was caught at 3rd. No runs.
4th inning. Keliinoi out at 1st.
Enos out at 1st. Opiopio safe to
1st; reach 2nd on Waiwaiole's safe
hit-. Cornwell safe to 1st, and Opio
pio was forced out at home on Rsoe
crans' infield htf. No runs.
Palapala hit through "Rosecrans,
Smith hit to 3rd forcing Palapala
out at 2nd. Smith thrown out trying
to steal 2nd. T. Krueger base oh
balls, Ross safe to 1st. A. Garcia
out at 1st. No runs.
5th inning. Cuitimnigs out at 1st,
Searle out on fly to center; Silva out
to center. No runs.
Jackson out on fly to 2nd. N. Krue
ger struck out. J.Garcia hit safe,
stole second and Pickard hit to 3rd,
Euos making a wild throw to 1st
scoring J. Garcia and Pickard. Paia
paia safe to 1st and Smith flew out
W left. 2 ruus.
. 6th inning. Keliinoi out at 1st,
E.;'cs but at 1st and Opiopio struck
out. No runs.
T. Krueger struck out. Ross flew
out to short stop. A. Garcia out "at
1st. No rUns,
7th inning. Waiwaiole out at 1st,
Cornwell struck out. Rosecrans out
at 1st. , No runs.
Jackson flew out to ?.eft. N. Krue
ger safe to 1st on error. x J. Garcia
base on balls. PicWrd safe to 1st on
error. Palapala bas'e on balls fore
ing N. Krueger hi. Smith put on fly
to 3rd and T. Krueger struck out,
l run. ,
,8th inning. Cumm'.ngS Lit to 3rd
beating the ball out and thrown out
trying to steal 2nd... Searle safe tp
1st, thrown out trying to steal 2nd.
Silva safe to 1st and was f rrced out oh
Keiiinoi's hit to 2ud. .No runs. ,
i;oss, A. uarcia and Jackson were
put out at 1st. No runs.' ,
9thinu,ing. Enos safe to 1st, Opio
pio reached 1st, and Waiwaiole's
two-bagger scoring Enos and Opio-
"I a- - ! ''A i I. J. 1 I 1 . .. J Lll
pio. ornweii uus uiv vy uuiitu uav.
Rosecrans safe to 1st. Cummings
out on flv to 3rd and Waiwaiole scor
in if on passed ball. Seale struck out,
N. Krueger out on 1st. J. Garcia
safe to 1st and thrown out trying to
steal 2hdi Pickard flew out to 2nd!
No rutis. .
The score by innings was as follows
Waikapu i 1 1 0.0 0 0,0 3-
M. Stars. . ? . . 1 1 i)V !3. 0 1 0
... : t
hpecial trains wliu be run irora
Kihel, Paia - and wavi stations to
Wailuku tomorrow mdrnng.'t6 firing
visitors tp, .the, dedication ..pxerpWs
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has bought the interest
of Lim Sing in the restaurant and
coffee shop owned by said Lim Sirg
on Market Street, Wailuku. and will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing &. Co. will open a uew
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July I, 1002
n Enos' now block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
Place jour savings with the Phoe
nix Saving's Building and Loan As
sociation of San Francisco. Char. V.
Bishop, vice president. Bishop & Co.
are trustees for Hawaiianlsland?.
Agent for Maui.
A Special meeting of the stock
holders "of the Hui Aina o Huelo will
be held at the Headquarters of the
Kahului Fisheries, Kahului, Maui, on
Thiirsday,Aug.l4, 1902, at 10 o'clock
A. M., for the purpose of electing a
Secretary and Tre'as'liref, aud for
the transaction of generalbufciness. 1
A. N. KEFOIKAT, (
President Hui Aina'oHUelo.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given tbat the undersigned J
has boon duly appointed Admiulstrutor of the
Estate of Thomas Forsyth, deceased, and all
persona har'lug claims aguinst said Estate,
even It such claims aro secured by mortgage on
real proporty, are hereby notified to present
Uie same to the undersigned, at Wuiboe, lxland
of Maul, T.H., within six'rtiouths lrom tho date
hereof, otherwise all claims hot so presented
wl 11 be forever barred.
8. E, Ka'toikau. I
Wailuku, Maul, Auguat 10, lOftl. :
-.Kotice'ls hereby given that under and pursuj
ant to Oh order of the Honorable J. W. Kalua,
Judgo'of Circuit Court, Second Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii', Sitting In Probate, I will on Wed
nesday, August, 13th. 1KB, commencing at U
Noon of said day, at the Court House door tn the
Town of Wnllflku. Mllllt. T H. anil nf Tnhllri
Auction to the Highest and beat bidder for cash!
tho following property belonging to the estate
of Ah Ming, deceased. One Third interest In
Lease from J. T. Alufl (o "Ah Mo, Ah Woug nnd
T. Ah Ming of about 1 1 and acres of rice land
situated In tho lit of Popailobaku, Wailuku,
Maul, Said Lease having a term of Nine years
yet to run at an annual rental of titti.
Fifty paid-up shares of Stock in the Maul
Sugar Company Limited of a par value of (sA.
Ten Bharos, 50 per cunt paid ir, of Stock In trie
Oceanic Gas & Eleetrlo Co, Limited, of a an
value of txi per qhure.
Four and one-half Shares of Paid-up stock in the
Kula Pork Paoking Company, of a par value of
1100. per share.
Administrator of the Est. of Ah Minp,Uccei:sed
J AS. L. COKE,
Attorney & Auctioneer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cbamberh
in Probate. In the matter of the Estate oi
DAVID CENTER, !nte of SpreckoliiVillc, Is'.ond
of Muu'., deceased intestate.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
ALLOWANCE OF FINAL ACCOOUNTS.DIS-
TR1BUTION AND DISCHARGE.
On Reading and Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of E. Faxton Bishop, Administrator, ot
tne estate oi uavm uenir, line ot sprecut is-i
ville, Waul, wherein be asks thuttke Bame may
be examined and approved ,and that a hnal or,'
der'may be made pi distribution of property rej
malulng in h's hands to the persons thereto ent
itled,, and discharging him and, bis, surQtJes
from all further responsibility as Administrator.
It Is Ordorod, that Monday, the 1st day of
September A. O. 1009, at 10 o.clock A. M., -before
the Judge of said Court at the Court Room tot
the said Coirt at Wailuku, tluland of Maul be
and the same hereby Is appointed as the time'
and .place (or bearing said Petition and Ao
counts, and that all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show cause, If any
they have, why the tame should not be grautd
Dated at y'ailu'rfu, this ird day of July 1MB.
By the Court,
ISeull L. R. CROOK
fIrst Clasps Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
Thresh Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all klftds, jellies and
jama for sale.
High St,', ' Wailuku
W. H. CKOlZIE
9 offering for
Sale 4 large stocla of Cftrriage Sup
plies, HarnesJ.Cirflages. B?$c7
anqiVjajjons wh:c will -sell at lie
Tor futhir Ub(ot,atn apply to
1 "" """ '.W-i!Mis
WE SAVE YOU
ja,. - - -
STbciC Ate. Ut. bt) MONUMENTS 'tfcKbsdrfi-
dRDERS FILLED IN lO "DA'S?
IRON FENCE 75 Cts, and VP.
write for Designs and prices.
P. 6. '627. '176-180 KING St., HONOLljlitj
rVoiDVACON8. CfAJOY TOP&
TWO;8BAT WAGONS "
top Buqni "
BRAKES r, . . , 32.ff0
HARNESS $18.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
'OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,, ,
. OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENBERG, Presidem.
thas, f. Ilerrick Carriage Co;, Lt'd
125 irEacuANVSmlEE'r, koNOLULu, Next to Stasoeswa. iVjiluIno.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry (looiis and General Merchandise
.' Biftlness Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD?
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, aY
Prices aild Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No
SOL'E AGENTS 'for
Orders Will Receive the Best antfM'OST PROMPT ATTETIOr
The f irst National iBank
'incorporated under the Laws of the United iStates' a'.
Washington, D. C, 1C01.
W. J. LOWttlE,' President. VV. T. ROBINSON, Vice PtEsiDEKt?
., C. D. LUFKIN, Cs!; , , t
CHARLES M. COOKE and R. A. wAdSWORTH, Director?,
' Solicits accounts of Corporations, Frms and Individuals.
DltAWB EiXCllANGE on all Parts of the World.
THE tyVlAUJ BAZAAR;
lawaiiah turios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian.Manufacturo, and Hawaiian Quilts.
sKawailah Tapas-andVvoa Calabashes, Birds' Ves Wrn
Such as Napklu Rings, etc.
-We Also Receive Articles on Consignments. . . .
prdp Will Recehe.Pijorcpt and Careful Attntlcp.j. , . ,
'fe. o? R HAfc't, BUILDIKC . ... WAfLu'lvU, MAUt
we prepay tirr
o yo :r re.Mt Steamshli vLar cir.
BOOK CASEStVOFPIC B-nfiVWrtA
WRITK US -FOR CATALOGUE, -PlO
LISTS "a XI) P AUTldUL.VT..
PEARSON, -fc FOTllPv C0.$'
THE MAIL 0ilDZl UOUSt
Coritb Ui ion.ci ,d Tlolt-1 Su mLs
P. t Uox-7S4, Hrm.b.lu, II. V
rr ,rt.j- .-ri' ll .1 .
$35.00 AND UP.
CURTAIN'S $90. AND UPVVA
" , 8o.
i. O. BOV2T
LITTLE JOKER and
and C4CLE CIGARETTES.
of the Japanese Chapel In'WaUeku.