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Subscribe for the MauiTviVs.
A barber shop will be opened in
the Maui Hotel, September I. ' .
Go and sea Daddy play baseball at
Wells Tai k tomorrow afternoon.
Antediluvian base ball at Wells j
"Park tomorrow afternoon, with pupa
at the bat.
Tha NtWB makes a specialty of
printiujr on ribbon, in ink, silver or
The Morning Stars-'go to Lahaina
tomorrow, to plav a match game
with the Lahaina team.
The republican territorial conven
tion meets at Honolulu on Monday
and Tuesday of next week. .'
W. O. Aiken received a handsome
'ftnd well trained polo pony by Wed
nesday's Maui, from Honolulu. ,
Circuit Court convenes ai Wailukis
on next Wednesday, September '3,
for the purpose of naturalizing aliens.
There is fusion in the air, in Wai
luku, and the boys are trying to
study out just how it can best be ef
Continuous cloudy weather and fre
quent showers in the mountains has
been the rule on Maui for the past
Don't forget that reduction sale at
the Kahului Store today. Another
one next Friday and Saturday, with
'plenty of genuine bargains. ' i
t ,Corn Fou Sale. jlhis year's crop.;'
Telephone or apply to , , .
E. 11. bajlev;,, -.;
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,,, Gus. Schumann deserves the pat
ronage of the driving fraternity on
Maui and is not, afraid to ask for it
though the advertising columns of the
K The recent fire at at Honolulu is
niKifhar rpminder of tho fact that
.Wailuku has no fire hydrants on the
Streets, notwithstanding our abun
dant water supply.
,,. The regular monthly meeting of the
tMaui Athletic Association will be
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Vold at. t.hA W'At UKU ouri nuuao uu
.Monday cveniug, with several bun
dies of rags to chew.
, Don't overlook the reduction sales
at the Kahului Store today, and next
. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 5. & b.
Genuiee bargains in good goods to be
had at these sales.
, A delightful and largely attended
. nnnpert. wns driven last nijrht at the
K. of P. HaU bv Gulstan Council, Y.
M. I. The program consisted of choice
selections, und the participants de
. served tho applause which they re
The "Sideliirhts,"- an interesting
. and useful monthly published at Hilo,
is out this mouth, full of good ond
pertinent reading matter relative to
. small farming and kindred industries
ou tho Islands.
JSTOTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should mako immediate
t. D. L. MEYER.
. If you Ihink of sending your chij-
1 dren to school in Honolulu.don x over
look St. Andrew's Priory. Under the
fostering care of Bishop Restarlck,
i this is destined to be one Of the lead
ing home schools on the Islands.
Julius S. Hirshburg, the celebrated
! magician and mesmerist gave a very
fine exhibition of bis skill at Lahaina
: on the evening of Aug. 27, taking the
' Bteamer the same evening for Hawaii,
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' iV lien ill tiuuuuuix, ua vc tuo w
Date Expert Dentists look after
" your teeth. They are skilled gradu
ates of many years' experience and
their work is as good as can be pro
v. duced, no matter what you pay for it,
See their ad on page 2.
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 iud 'particulars.
s write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Wailuku Maui. .
Notice. Mr. P Paronaini, repre
senting the Standard'Gas Lamp Co.,
will arrive on Maul next Wednesday,
with a shipment of these excellent
lamps. He brings written gtiaraji
tees from the Insuranoa Com.pauis
)tkt the use of these lamps does not
, f act insurance: Fpr b-rilliancy.safe.
' y andheapness. they are leader.
A i t tueiu. '
NOW FOR BASEBALL
A Our- Daddies Played If.
Tomorrow afternoon will witness a
thrillinif uame of baseball at Weils
Park. The married men of Kahului
ad t(U temerity to challenge the
married men of Wailuku for a tussle
on the iliiinioiid, and the sporty dads
of W uiluku snapped at the chance,
the lo.se rs to pay for a dinner for the
two t'criitns. Excitement is running
high, and the game will be played
for blood, aud beer. Uncle John
Tallaiit Was booked for short stop
for the Wailokus, but the Kahuluisj
bucked at tho -proposition and a sub-l
stitute will be played.
Tomorrow afternoon, a procession
will bo formed and march to the
grounds in the following order:
Carriage, containing all a-
Vuiluble doctors and tur
geous. Small boy, with hamper .of
t:ourt plaster and arnica.
The Kahului Has Beens.
The WailukuNever Was-es.;
The Weeping Relatives.
A Hearse. - !
Citizens and small kids on '
foot, horse-back and in car- ;
The K. H. B.8 will play the follow
ing team; i
J. Walsh, p.; W. Mawae, c; W.
Mountcastle, lb.; J. H. Walker, 2b.;
R. A. Wad worth, 3b.; J. J. Corrcll,
(Capt.) ss.; J. Vascoucellos. if.; C.
B. Cottrell, cf.; J. Kirkland, lf.;W.
Nawai and Dr. Dinegar, substitutes.
The W. N. W.s will lino up as fol
W. H. Corn well, Jr., c; S. Keliinoi
p.; W. E. Bak, lb.; W. T. Robinson,
2b.; M. Fa us tin o, 3b. ; Jas. L. Cokt,
(Capt.) ss'; G. B. Robertson, ;f.;
David Crowcll, cf.; T. B. Lyons, If.;
W. F. iring and C. D. Lurk in, sub
stitutes. Umpires, Geo. H. Cummings, E.
There has been only one hitch, but
that came near breaking up the
garacThe K. H.B.s insisted on using
a bai one by twelve; twenty four feet
long, and tho W.N. W.s insisted on
a bat one by tvele,twelve feet loug.
A compromise was affected however,
by which a bat "one by twelve, eigh.
teen feet long will be en regie, and
such a game will be witnessed tomor
row afternoon, as has never betn
seen before at Wells Park.
Wailuku Precinct Club Meeting.
Last Thursday eveuidg was the
time appointed for the Republican
Precinct Club to meet and name
their choice as candidate for the
Promptly at the hour the Court
house was filled with enthusiastic
supporters of the different candidates
and uo sooner had Judge Kalita called
the ineeting to order than Attornej
N. W. Aluli set the ball rolling by
placing in nomination for represen
tative the name of J.K. Kahookele.
In support of the candidacy of Mr;
Kahookele, Mr.. Aluli prodnced A
petition which , had been circulated
by Mr. Kahookele, and which bound
its signers to support Mr. Kahoo
kele. Mr. Aluli stated that the peti
tion contained the mafority of names
on the republican precinct roll, as
well as the uames of many democrats
and home ruleis, and urged that
such a petition could "not be disre
garded by the meeting, and that If
Mr. Kahookele did not feCeive the
recommendation of therciub, about
all the signers of the petition would
bolt the ticket.
This naturally fell like a bucket of
ice-w ater on the members of the club
who had supposed that th) ineeting
would have the right to use its best
judgment in the selection of 'can
didate, and many who had felt' quite
friendly to Kahookele- were aroused
to rebellion by this attempt of his to
force his name on the meeting.
A motion was then made that three
names lie sent up for consideration
of the District Committee, in the or
dev of their strength before the
meeting, but Kahookele's friends de
posed this, .one of them going so far
as to state that if any other names
were 6ent upj Kahookele ould have
uo chaaceof nomination. The motion
carried however,. aud Mr. L.M.Bald
win, Irvfvn eloquent address placed In
.nomiatioaAhe,naai."f S. .Keliinoi,
which was received with a burst o
applause which showed where the
Ve'ul choice of the meeting lay. The
name of Mr. A. N. Hayscldcn was
also 'placed in nomination.
Mr. Kahookele, recognizing that
his h'ht for nomination was lost, did
a Very graceful t hing by withdrawing
his name in favor of Mr. Keliinoi, who
upon ballot being taken received all
but a vpry few Votes. Mr. Kahookele,
in a short address stated lhat Mr.
Keliinoi had promised not to make
any fight for the nomination, and this
was true. Even on the afternoon of
Tnursday. Mr. Keliioni had stated
that he was not a candidate, but the
meeting had its own ideas of who
would be the best and most popular
man, and without regaiding Mr.
Keliinois private feelings, the nomina
tion Was tendered to him in so de'-;
I cr mined and enthusiastic a manner!
that the Only thing he could do was'
to accept it. '
Ah candidate for the senate, the
names of A. N. Kepoikai, W. F.
Pogue, C. H. Dickey and A. N.
Haysclden were presented and the
bulls of the Votes tfere cast for A.
N. Kepoikai, who says that ho will
work hard to prevent his own nomi
nation by the District Committee.
CALL No. 4
There will be a meeting of the Re-
publican Precinct Clubs of Spreck-
elsville, Kahului, Kihei and Wailuku
at the Skating Rink, Wailuku, on,
the 8 th day of Sept., 1902, at 7:30 p. m
for the purpose of receiving the acn
ceptance from the Republican candi-i
dates for the House of Representa
tives and the Senate of their nomina
tion and their pledge to support the
platform of the Republican Party.
W, E. POGUE,
'A. N. KEPOIKAI,
ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY
Will re-open September 8th, 1902,
The new force of teachers arrived
with Bishop Restarick to take up the
work which the Sisters bavti carried
ou so many years-.
Tho 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
Miss Charlottf Tugoar,
St. Andrew's Priory, Honolulu.
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
Tho Board of Registration for Maui,
Molokai, and Lanai will hold meetings
for the purpose of registering voters
Toes. Sept. 2 1902,
at Peahi School House, 10 A, M
to 12 M.j at HueTo 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.
Tuubsdav, Sept. 4, 1902,
At Hana Plantation Store.
Friday, Sept. 5, 1002,
At L. Y. Aiona's Store, Hamoa,
and at Kipahulu Plantation Office
, .7 P, M. to 9 P. M.
Saturday, Sept. 6, 1902,
; At Kaupo School House.
Monday, Sept. 8, 1902,
At Ulupalakua Court House) 9
A. M. to 12 M., and at the resi
dence of Rev, J. Kamakele
. Keokea, Kula.
Tuesday, Sept. 9, 1902,
At Leong Hong's Store, Pule
huiki, Kula, It) A. M. to 2 P, M
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 1902,
AtMakawad Post Office. 9 S,
M. to 4 P. M.
jij -yf Aluli J iuuui, kw,
MON CHEONG, Prop.
First yClass Resiaorant
Meals at Aj.t Hours
Fr'es'h Bread( Pits and Cakes.
Clgarsi icigar'etie8 & Tobacco
Canned fruita of a!li
kinds, jellies and
aIs at aL
A convention of the District C( n
mittee of tho Third Representative'
District will bo held at. the Court
house, Wailuku on the 8th d;iy of
pt., 1902, at 11 A. M., for the pur
pose of ubminatiua one candidate for
tho Senate and six candidates for ih.
House of Roprf stntativep.
W. F. POGUE,
A. F. KEPOIKAT,
Notice Is hereby Kiven that the
undersigned has bought the interest
of Limiting in the restaurant and
coffee shop owned by sold Lfth Sirg
On Market Street, Wailuku, and will
hereafter conduct the same.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing '& Co. will open a new
meat market arid butcher shop on
Tuesday-. JUIy I, 1902
in Enos' new block oh Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
In the Circuit Court.SecondCircuit,
Territory of Hawaii. Order forspf-
cial Term. By yirtue of the authority
vested in me by law, and deeming it:
essential to the promotion of justice.?
1 do hereby with the written opprov-!
. 1 erT tTf TT! 171 f
ai oi ine. nonoraoie vv. r . r rear
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ol
the Territory W Hawaii, appoint and
order a Special Term of the Second
Circuit Court, Territory of Hawaii,
to be convened at Wailuku Court
house, District of Wailuku, Island of
Maui, on Wednesday, the "3d day of
September, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clocM
m., and to bo continued aud held
thereafter as provided by law. 5
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and the seal of tie
said Circuit Court at Wailuku, Island,
of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, this 9th
day of August, A. D. 1902.
JOHN W. KALUA,
Judge Circuit Court, Second Circuit,
1 Territory of Hawaii.
Approved'this 15th day of AugLs't
W. F. FREAR,
Cbief Justice Supreme Court, Terr
tory of Hawaii.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hen. by givea that the undersigns
has been duly appointed Administrator of thl
Eitateof Thomas Forsyth, deceased, and uU
porons having claims against said Estate,
even if such claims are secured by mortgngo on
real property, are hereby notlHed to present
the same to the undersigned, at Walbee, island
o( Maul, T.H., within six months lrom the date
hereof, otherwise all claims not so present -(
will be forever barred.
S. E. Kaleikau. '
WailukuMaui, August 10, 100-2. ;
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large .stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggiesj
and Yacons which he will 6ell at Re1-
For further information apply to
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