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Piny Poujr lifts invaded Maui.
Warm weather and showers
Fish have been very scarce in
Wailuku market lately.
A largo banner spaas the street in
front or the Republican Headquarters
Don't throw away that alligator
pear seed! Plant it and enjoy its
The Morning Stars and Alerts play
bU at Wells Park tomorrow after
noon. Look over the new ads. of our lo
cal merchants this week. You won't
find a ay.
Football is being talked of, to suc
ceed the baseball season. Let your
hair grow, boys.
Try some of Hoffmau & Vetlesen's
uoadvertised Manila cigars. They
are fresh, fragrant, and good smok
ers. Quite a number of travelling men
for Honolulu houses are on Maui this
week, and state that they find trade
Catawua wine, a pure grape wiue
of hijli flavor and extra choice for
table use. Carried by D. L, Meyer,
The Bismark Stables Co. has re
stocked its horses, and is rapidly be
coming one of the best aud most pop
ular ataoles ou the Islanls, t
A match game of baseball between
the Waikapus and Lahaiuas, to be
played at Latiaiua, is being arranged,
but th date is not yet fixed.
CoitN Fon Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
K tl. BAILEY,
A Portuguese boy was dangerous
ly wounded at Kihei last Sunday
morning, by the accidental discharge
pf a revolver wuich he was handling.
A respectable young Hawaiian girl
desires a situation in a family, to do
light house work. For further in
formation, apply to the News office.
There will be a special term of Cir
cuit Court, Second Circuit, at Wai
luku, commencing on Wednesday,
Sept. 3, principally for the purpose
pf naturalising citizens. .
For about anvthinc you want, in
the drygoods, grocery or fruit line,
call at Rodrigues Store. True, A.
J. don't advertise, but he has got
good goods, just the same.
Tne proposition pf holding an agri
cultural fair at Wailuku next Fourth
of July is meeting with general favor,
and will meet with generous support
from those interested in small larm
ing on Maui.
A grand concert is to be given at
the K. of P. Hall, Wailuku, on Fri
day eening, August 29, under the
auspices of Gulstan Council, Y. M. I.,
and an excellent entertainment may
NOTICE. Theru is still one ttore
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall &ulfll&ih and any one desiring
to sfecure 6hullnkehTimediate
The married melroKafeii4ut fcavt
Challenged the Benedicts "oTWiSljtf
to a match game of baseball, and iTt
will be a go, a week from Sunday
with a champagne and oyster supper,
i i i i l
to oe paia lor oy me lusers.
John Jvini li&aa, our new roaa
supervisor is keeping up the good
work on the streets of Wailuku, in
the matter of keeping them free from
weeds and trash, which is a decided
and agreeable innovation.
There is considerable growling about
unsatisfactory handling of mail mat
ter on Maui, aud the .News has been
" requested to join the chorus, which
it will undoubtedly do, if Madden and
Carr don't come over and straighten
out things. '
A' 1 T
j announcement. iur. ueorge S.
'., Schrader is now prepared to give
"lessons ou the piano forte either
at his residence or at residence of
pupils. For terms aud particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Notice. Mr. P. Paronziui, repre
senting the Standard Gas Lamp Co.,
will arrive on Maui next Wednesday,
with a shipment of these excellent
lamps. He brings written guaran
tees from, the Insurance Companies
that the use of these lamps does not
affect insurance. For brilliancy.safe-
ty and cheapness, they are leauori.
An pepupe Ktcoptured.
('(ciliii RodiM-isjue, a Porto Piipap,
w!.o hud been cummilttd to the next
term of Circuit Ci.urt at Laliaina,
for an assault with a ucaclly weapou
at Kihei, escaped from the Wailuku
jail last Saturday morning at 6.11(1,
whihi the prisoners were beiiiif
brought out for breakfast.
Per several days licderigucs lend
the police ollicers a regular Tracy
chase through the cane fields of cen
tral Maui, bit on Tuesday morning
ho started fur E.ist Maui, through
renin. Officer Thos. K. Pa had been
nottied of the escape of the Porto
Rioan, and was on the lookout for
him. Pa arrested him without trou
ble aud handed Kim over to the pris
on authorities at wbuuku. wno win
probably send him to Honolulu for
safe keeping imtil his trial comes off
in December. In ti e meantime lie
w:is sentenced to four mon Mis of hard
labor for attempted escape, so that
time will not l.ting heavily on Cecilia's
hand?, while sojourning in the metro
YVaikspu Win A&aln.
Of all the teams w hich belong to
the M. A. A. Loiige, none have shown
more iinprovcmant in form and per
sniniel than the Waikapus, and it
was a foregone conclusion last Sun
day, before the gume was culled, that
they would win. The Morning Stars
t. nte red ti e league with a line or
ganization, and have given us far and
away the best ball of any team, bi.t
they have, uot shown the constant
and steady improvement which has
brought the Waikapus to the front.
The Alerts have been a weak team
in spots, during the whole reason,
and their showing was weaker than
usual last Sunday. They' did some
good work, Shradcr distinguishing,
notably by scoring the only two runs
made by the Alerts.
The Morning Stars and Alerts play
tomorrow, and the Alerts promise to
put a team in the field that will en
able them to make a vast improve
ment on last Sunday's work.
The followiug is the official score.
12345 '8 789
Waikapu. ,.,.9 2 2 1 2 (1 0 9 126
M. Alerts. ...0 0101000 02
Kaopua, the young man who was
recently severely hurt by a passing
train, while asleep on the railroad
track near Wailuku, was taken to
the hospital where it was found that
amputation of one arm was neces
' The father of the . yo.ung man ob
jected to the operation, bowever,aud
removed him to his own home. Yes
terday morning, the physicians were
called iu again, and upon consulta
tion they concluded that by amputa
tion, there was at least a faint hope
of saving the young man's life. They
left to make arrangements for the
operation but when the returned,
theyfou.id to their suprise that the
arm had been cut off. ft is stated
that the j-oung man's father chopped
it on wit n an axe. increisnow no
i . .
nope lor ine juub man 8 recovery
The Money Was Up.
Wednesday of last week the
NjcwBwarpwas informed by Bob
Carlife V ifc fie lw agreed with W,
WCgra jell Jr. foj match race be
tween cfack; I-?s and Mtmi Rose,
and that ahecwarda the owners" de
clined to run Maui-J3ose, and that
further he would run-filack; "Bfisi
against Maui Rose at three "robne.
The item appeared in Saturday's
Nevs, and Mr. Corr.well and Attor
ney Coke thereupon informed the
News that on. Thursday morning of
last week, $100 was put up with At
torney Coke, and that Mr. Carlile
was personslly notified of that fact
by Mr, Cornwell and that whenever
he covered it with $200, he could
have a race.
Nothing further was heard from
Mr. Carlile, and whether he got cold
feet, or what was the matter, re
Special Circuit Court Term.
Judge J. W. Kalua has called
special term of Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, to convene at Wai
luku on Wednesday September 3,
1902, for the purpose of naturalizing
citizens. There will be no grand or
petit Jury empanelled and little bus
mess outside of naturalizatisn will be
Judge Kalua has beeu notified that
funds for the judiciary are completely
exhausted, there being now only 29
cent in the treasury, which, is one
tort of the proverbial "thirty rent?,'
and if a loan cannot be negotiated,
action of the legislature must I e
Ah Quon, a well-to-do Chinese rice
planter, about 50 years old, commit
ted suicile some time during Thurs
day night, near his resilience, on the
Waihee side of lao Valley, below
He went to bed Thursday night as
usual in a room where two other
Cliinameu were sleeping, ibut they
did uot hear him get up. Yesterday
morning Le was found by another
Chinaman hanging to a tree near
There is no assignable cause-for
the deed, and no reattAi to suspect
foul play. A coroner's jury was im
panelled, and returned a verdict of
suicide by hanging.
Successful Parachute Jump
Prof. Leonard, the daring aeronaut,
gave a very fine exhibition at Wfcl
luku last Sunday afternoon.
The wind did not lie sufficiently to
make the jump till six o'clock in Ihe
afternoon. When inflated the mon
ster balloon majestically rose to a
dizzv height when the professor loos
ened the parachute and darted
earthward. The 'shule slowly spread
its white wiiijjs and floated d.iwc
ward like a gigantic thistle-down,
landing the professor safely, out be?
vond the uanu-hiils.
The exhibition was in every sense
a success, nnd will prouaoiy oe re
peated at Lahama today or tomor
Tonight, diTferent precincts, with
the eKcr-ption, of the sixth aud the
tenth, will meet for the purpose of
electing delegates to local conven
tions To be held next Saturday, for
he purpose of nominating candidates
tor representatives on the republican
ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY.
Will re-open September 8th, 1902.
The new force of teachers arrived
with Bishop Resturick to take up the
work which the Sisters hav! carried
on so many years.
The School willl be conducted on
the same principle as heretofore and
the Sisters will continue to reside at
Girls wishing to attend the Normal
School will have home comforts and
All communications regarding the
admission of pupils should be ad
Ml8S ClIAELOTTF TeGGAE,
St. Andrew's Priory, Honolulu.
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
The Board of Registration for Maui,
Molokai, and Lanai will hold meetings
for the purpose of registering voters
Tues. Sept. 2, 1902,
at Peahi School House, 10 A. M,
to 12 M. ; at Huelo School House,
1 P-M. to 2 P. M. : and at the
residence of D. Napihaa, Keanae,
7 P. M. to 3 P. M.
Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1902,
At Fukuda's Store, Nahiku.
Thursday, Sept. 4, 1902,
At Hana Plantation Store.
Fbiday, Sept. 5, 1902,
At L. Y. Aiona'sStdre, Haraoa,
and at Kipahulu Plantation Office
v-?LP. M. to 9 P. M.
SatpJhSept. 6, 1902,
..At Kayyo. School House.
Monday, &pt, (CilM)2, '
X51sL. ' .Cfcurt House, 9
A. M.ts M.. 6ndt the resi
dence of Rv. J.rf Emakele,
Keokea, Kula:V, - '
Tuesday, Sept. 9, 190 ' '
At Leong Hong's- Stored iJrVle
huiki, Kula, 10 A. M. to 2 V. .
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 1902, N
At MaKawao i'ost umce,
M. to 4 P. M.
F. W- Hardy
R. C. Searle
N. W. Aluli
Board of Registry
tion lor Maui, eta.
CALL No. 2.
In accordance with requests from
executive committees of 6th andlOth
precincts for change of meeting dates
as set forth in Call No. 1, those pre
cinct clubs will meet as follows:
6th, at Court-house. Wailuku, 7:30
P. M., Aug 28th.
10th, at Native Church, Hamakua
poko, 8 P. M., Aug 28th.
W. F. POGPE,
Chairman Executive Committee.
A convention of the District ' cm
inittre of the Third Keprcei.1ative
District Wil be theld tho Court
house, Wuiluuu on thfi 8th c"ay of
Sept., 1902, at Jl A. M., for ti e pur
pose of nominating one candiclrte for
he benate and six candidate for th-
House of Representatives.
7. F. POGUE, "
A. F. KEFOIKI,
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned" has bought the interest
of Lim Sing in the restaurant tmrl
coffee shop owned by said Lim Sii.
on Market Street, Wailuku. and will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new-
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July I, 1902
n Enos' new block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
In. the Circuit Court.SecondCircuit,
Territory of Hawaii. Order for spe
cial Term. By yirtue of the authority
vested in ine by Ijw, ar.d du mirg li
essential to the promotion of justice.
I do uereby with the written approv
al of the Honorable W. F. Frear,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ol
the Territory of Hawaii, appoint apd
order a Special Term of the Second
Circuit Court, Territory of Hawaii,
to be convened at W;iiluku Court
house, District of Wailuku, Island (f
Maui, on Wednesday, ihe 3d day of
September, A, D. 1902, at 10 o'clock
a. m., and fq be continued and held
thereafter as prpyided by law.
In witness whereof I have heie-
unto set my hand and the seal of the
said Cirpuit ppurt at Wailuku, Island
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii. this 9th
day of August, A. D. 1902.
john w. kalua,
Judge Circuit Cpprt, Second Circuit,
Territory pf Hawaii.
Approved this 15th day of August,
VV. JJ FREAK,
Chief Justice Supreme Court, Terrir
tory of Hawaii.
Notice tp Creditors.
Notice Is hen by glvon tbat lbs undersigned
has, been duly appointed Administrator ot the
Estate of Thomas Fornytu, deceased, nnd all
persons bavins olalms against ttnld Katute,
even if such claims are secured by moi'tKago on
real property, are hereby notified to present
the same to tbe undersigned, at Waihee, lslund
6t Maul, T.H., within six months ircm the dale
hereof, otherwise all claims not so presented
will be forever barred.
S. E. Kalelkuu.
Wailuku, Maul, August 16, lri.
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large stock of. Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and 'VYagons which he will sell at Re
For further information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
PING PONG LAMPS.
WELSBACK HYDRO-CARBON BUSKERS
100 candle power, Demonstra
ted by scientific experiment to
be the best reading lamp, ai.d
the easiest on the eyes, of any
CHEAP AND SAFE
Endorsed by the
Board of Underwriters.
surauce Conpftmef give permit
i et Pnia ht the Aency for these
!arnprtf,'totliey with a stock of
a.mp& S?d 'fixtures, Write to
lim!for CljlJogue and prices,
Cur Jttk arge stock of high
zrade iiAoiifte. especially adapt-
Ki if' Invrtns Oi-rlpt-a liv
Telefhoa delivered at all tail-
For fy'i Information, write to
or rips '.UP
GtQUaS. AIKEN, Agent.
IN STOCK ALC, Jt. 99 MONUMENTS & JJ.CADSTONEQ
. PRICES $35.00 AND LP,
O.DJRS FILLED !N lO DAYg
. IRON FENCE 7o Cts. rnd UP,
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES.,
P. O. C?7. 176-180 KING St., HONOLULU
ROAD WAGONS. CANOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. ANp UpWAPfc
SURREYS, " . $14C- 4
TWO SEAT WAGONS ' 9 "
TOP BUGGIES ' SPO. "
PRAKE $32.9 "
HARNESS Slfi.OO UP PET SET?
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE. EASIEST,
P, R. ISENBERG, PnnsipENT.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lf d,
J25 JijEBCHAJiT Stjieet, Honolulu, Nejct to Stanoenwalp Buildiko.
, . ' - .n J
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN. THE.
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADIJ
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the United States al
Washington, D. C, 1901.
W. J. LOWRIE, Pbesident W. T. ROBINSON, Vice-President
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashieii.
CHARLES M. COOKE and R. A. WADSWORTH, Duectobs,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
.Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. or P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs J. K. Kahookele, business Manager
WC PREPAY Jim
o ycur r.caro$.J Stccnithip Lrcing ft
BOOK CASC.S & OFFICE DpVJC5
WRITE. US FOR CATALpGIJE, PRJCf
LISTS aw PARTICULARS.
PEARSON, ft POTTIiR CO.
THE MAIL ORDEU 110USP,
Corner Union ai.d Hotel Stiet l?
P. O. Box 784, HnrV'M, H. T.
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