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, If your piano needs tuning, ring tip
Tarr Tlufrra f. tm at. Ilia IWnrii 1Trt,fl !
Today la your last chance for spe
cial reduction bargains at the Kahu
lui Store. V
Do you want to buy a good, stand-'1
ard typewriter? If so, call at the
Politics made things extremely
lively in Wailuku, during the early
part of the week.
There is still some talk of another
.married men's game at Wells Park
but nothing definite.
. Tk t r.-, ,1 1 " in -. n ti c f 1 1 1 1 v hnmn.
vd her cargo of oil into the Kahului
oil tanks, this week.
Call at the Niws office and order
. your campuigu uaue nuuuus, ici
a i ! -- -: l .1.1
Mr. J. A. Harris is turning out a
Very handsome job of carriage paint
ing on the stage of the lao Stables
Rainy weather still prevails iu por
tions of Maul, and the promise for
the coming cane crop is very flatter
ing. ' "
.. Efforts are being made to estab
lish a private school at Wailuku, but
wfa desirable teacher is difficult to ob
. tain. ' '
. The Puuncue MiM is still riuding
on Kihfti cane, but most of tbo- other
mills on Maui are bhut down for the
season. ' ' "
, Don't forget what the Nsws had
.t occasion to say recently about that
elegant Cataba Wino for table use,
tarried by . L. Meyer.
, The beach road, between Wailuku
and Kahului is full of loose rolling
cobble stones, which renders riding
and driving very disagreeable.
. "The Ladies' Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd, Wailuku, . will
meet at the residence of Mrs. C. B.
Wells, irext Tuesday afternoon, ;
The Board of Registration of Vo
.ters will be at Paia. today, at. Puu-
. nene cm jyionaay.ai nanuiui on iues
day, "and at Waihee on Wednesday.
. Conw For Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to . . -.
E. JJ. BAILEY,
. " " Makawap.
. For -Sale. -A. first class, high
grade Rcrningtou type-writer,. No,
7, of the latestmake As good as new,
, For particular, tipply to the Maci
The First National Bank of Wai
'luku isnot only building up a sub
stantial business,' but is also becom-
ing more indispensible 'every day to
our business men.' . j
The members -elect of our next
. legislature want to impress it on
their memories that Wailuku has a
, magnificent water supply, but no fire
plugs or hose carts,. -
' NOTICE. There is still one tore
-to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one' desiring
j . ;j i :m i. C Z 1 . a.
' application to " ' ' , ' -.
, . . . D. L. MEYER.
' The proposed match game of ball
: Morning Stars on the 21st, will be
hot affair, including as" it does on
' both sides, the best talent on the
Island. , .
' ' On. our second page appears a
; poem by Prof. James Pryor Looney
of Lahaiualuna. The poem svas writ
" ten for the teachers of the Islands,
' and la sweet, simple language teach
es a beautiful lesson. '
' Mr. Perrozini gave an Interesting
exhibition of his Standard Lamps on
" Market street last night. They give
' 'a beautiful light, audit is a pity we
' Vauiiot have a half a dozen or so of
them on our dark street comers.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken handles a high
grade gasoline lamp .which "gives' a
beautiful light, and the Haruakua-
poko Plantation Store carries con
' tiuually '.n stock a first-class article
of gasoline for use in these lamps.
' Annoitncemint. Mr. George B.
-Schrader is now prepared to give"
' lessous on the piano forto either
' at his residence or at residence of
'pupils. For terms and particulars,
1 -.write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Wailuku Maul. '. : , ....
Brother Testa of tne Independent
' has proved himself a philanthropist,
iY causing, two smiles to sprout
lwbe.re only one grejy before.iu that he
Valludes to lsenberg fes.Fatf"- . All
t' vbo have aeeo Bro. Testa c&n ap
preciate the joke. ' ; '
Republican District Convention.
On Monday, the Republican Dis
trict Convention met at Wailuku for
the purpose of nominating one sena
tor and six representativs to run as
candidates on the republican ticket.
There was a full attendance of dele
gates, nil except one being represeu
in person or by proxy.
. The forenoon was Bp ent iu caucus
so that the regular Convention did
not meet till 2,30 p. m. W. F. Pogue
called the meeting to order, and utter
the preliminaries were through, it was
moved by Hon. H. P. Baldwin that
the nomiuatiou for senator was iu
order. 1 1 was moved by D. II. Kahau-
Iclio that all the nomination be made
by precinct clubs,each group of clubs
entitled to one representative being
entitled to one nomination. Hon. H.
P Baldwin holding proxies from the
1st. aud-Snd precincts placed in uon
tiaitior, Hon. C. H Dickey.
The fcecnud group consisting of the
3rd, 4th and otK precinct also plac
ed Dickey in nomination. When the
the 6th precinct was called, Juc.ge
Kalcikau placed D. II. Kahaulelio in
A bu'lot was taken with the result
that Dickey obtained 21 votes and
Kahaulelio 7, Dickey being declared
the nominee of -the Convention.
Then the choice for representa
tives was begun. The 1st and 2nd
precincts named Joel Nakaleka of
Molokai. The 3rd, 4th and 5th nam
ed Philip Pali of Lahaina. The 6th
precinct named S. Keliiuoi. The 7th,
8th and 9th named L. von Tempsky
The 10th presented two candidates,
J. Kalino and S. E Kalama,.with the
request thatthe Convention choose
between them. A ballot was there
fore ordered, and Kalama won out
by one vote on the second ballot, the
first being a tie. Tho 11th, 12th and
13lb precincts named W. P. Haia of
Hand. On motion the foregoing six
names were declared the unanimous
choice of the Convention, as republi
After approving the platform qf
the Honolulu Republican Territorial
Convention and endorsing the nomi
nation of Prince Cupid as delegate to
congress, the convention adjourned.
Grand notification Rally. ,
The republican party on Maui fired
the tirst gun of the coming campaign
at the Skating Rink, Wailuku, on
Monday evening last, the occasion
being the ratification of the selection
of standard bearers for legislative
The harmony which had prevailed
at the District Convention during
the afternoon had put everybody in a
good humor, and by the time the
meeting was called, enthiibiism was
bubbling oyer. Trains from Paif,
Puunene and Kihei brought many
visitors, and the meeting was a large
one. After Judge Kaleikau had enter
tained the gathering audience for a
short time, the platform was occu
pied by the candidates, officers of
tho Club and distinguished guests,
W. F. Poguc called the meeting to
order and Judge Kalua acted cs
master of ceremonies, introducing
the several speaker's, and Mr. Keola
kindly consented to act as . inter
preter during the entire evening.
Each of the candidates present was
introduced in turn, and each pledged
loyalty to the party and its platfoim
in elcqueut addresses. Messrs.
Kalama and Haia were unavoidably
alsent, but were ably vouched for by
Rev. J. . Kalino and Judge Jose pa
After the 'candidates for represen
tative, Nakaleka, Pali, von Tempsky
and Kclienol, had spoken, Hon. C.
H. Dickey "was 'called upon, and was
received with enthiisiam and gave
an extended rtsumo of the plans aoc
hopes of tho 'republican party, as
present constituted o'n Maui.
Judge Kalua closed the meeting
with an eloquent appeal, after which
tbe meeting adjourned amid enthusi
astic cheers for Prince Cupid and the
candidates for legislative honors. "
Lahainaluna Prize Tomatoes.
Prof, W. Elmo Reavis of Lahaina
luna has kindly favored the readers
of the News with sohio' valuable in
formation concerning the tomatoes
raised at Lahainaluna which won the
first prize at Ihe Honolulu Fair.
"Tbe tomatoes from Lahainaluna
which took' first prhie at the Agri
cultural Fair were purchased from
D. M. Ferry & Co.'.Detroit.Michigan.
This variety,, which is called the
BuqHpTj State, is purple fruited.
The Vine is strong growing and re
quires more room thau most. .THe
fruit ts very large, round, smooth
and of pood quality. The vines at
theschool are planteJ close together
in rows about fivn fef, apntt, Thpy
require reasonable care in irrigating
and hoeing, and should ot supported
by poles, or otherwise, to prevent the
fruit from touching the ground.
"Much fruit has been lost this season
from the work of a fly which stings
the young tomato in the flower end
and causes it to rot, but the yield of
good fruit has . nevertheless, been
large enough to prove the varietv a
Now that the championship cup
has been won by the Morning Stars
the keen edge has been worn off of
baseball, for tire season, A rather tame
exhibition was given at Wells Park
last Suii'lay afternoon between the
WaiKapus and the Alerts. . during
which the latter surprised them
selves and their friends by spurting
ahead in real game winning fashion.
However the Waikapus waked up
und played some ball coming out 8 or
10 runs ahead.
The Waikapus have issued a form
al challenge to the Morning Starr,
for a match game to be played Sept,
21, and the challenge has been accep
ted. This will bo the best game of the
season, not even excepting the game
between the Honolulu and Mauis, if
both, teants come on the diamond in
good form. Unquestionably the Wai
kapus are the stronger team, but
they lack the advantage of . team
practice, and tbla evens 'the matter
up so nicely that the result of the
game cannot be guessed at accur
ately until both teams appear on the
field and show their !form, on the day
of the contest.
Polo is coming to the front, in prep
aration for the inter-island games
at Honolulu, but it has not yet been
decided whb will play in the Maui
Club. The Makawaos attempted to.
settle the matter, but tho M. A. A.
polo contingent claimed a voice in;
the matter. Committees of confer-!
ence were appointed but the M.A.A.
committee were turned down effec
tually, and retired from the field. A
number of the Makawao club were
dissatisfied with the treatment re
ceived by the M. A. A. club, and L.
yon Tempsky, Sam Kalamaond Har
ry Baldwin resigned from the Maka
wao club, to join the M. A. A. club.
This very materially strengthens the
M. A. A. club, and it will probably
finally be up to them to pick out the
Honolulu team. In the meantime,
some high grade practice work will
now be the order of the day at the
Kahului polo grounds every Satur
Fusion Politics on Maui.
Perhaps, after all, Tom Clark was
right when he boasted that he had
put Bob Wilcox in his pocket on Maui.
One thing is certain, and that is that
the norninatibo of Prince Cupid se
fiouly alarmsd Wiloox, . and doubt
less made him feel like crawling
into a hole, and perhaps Tom Cla rk's
pocketwas the first convenient hole
he could find. ' '
The democrats on Maui have fallen
into lino with the "widow's thirds"
proposition, and caucuses are being
held to divide tbe spoils. The two
home rule, candidates, Robert Make
kau of Lahaina and Waiiehua of
Hana are to step down and out, and
two democrats, Thomas Clark, and
possibly a Kula man are to be named
in their stead. A continued aud
strenuous effort Is being made by the
home rule leaders to induce Billy
White to step down and out, in which
case he will be replaced by Col. W.
H.'Coruwell. - It Billy finally refuses
to be led to the slaughter, it will
complicate fulon plans on Maui.
The intelligent Hawaiians in Wai
luku have almost to a man, cast their
fortunes with Prince Cupid and the
republicans, and this is equally true
with the more intelligent class of
Hawaiians on all parts of Maui.
Defections from the home rule ranks
in tbe outside districts are daily re
ported, and these men are in many
instances leading .men in their re
As conditions exist on Maui today,
fusion nominations bid fair to be
empty honors on Maui, this year.
This popular institution for the
education of Hawaiian girls, under
the able management of Miss Alex
ander, assisted by a no less able
corps of teachers, r'ii) open for the
fall term on next Tuesday, September
16. ' ' '
Miss Alexander especially desires
however, that all of the pupils should
be preset! next Monday, at . trie
school. ; '
TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. Perrozini, representing THE
CELEBRATED STANDARD GAS
LAMP begs to inform you that he
will remain one week longer on Maui,
in order to give all intending pur
chasers an opportunity to have their
orders fowarded in the joint ship
ment. Remember that Ibis Lan.p is en
dorsed by every Insurance Company
m the United States and for CLEAR
NESS OF LIGHT. SIMPLICITY.
SAFETY ana ECONOMY bas.1.0
The Kahului Store will handle oi r
Lamps, Chimneys, Gasoline Man
tels and all accessories to our Lamps.
I will sell at Public Auction at tie
Bismark Stables, Wailuku, Maui, on
Saturday, Sept. 20, 1902,
commencing at 1 o'clock p.m. of said
day, to the highest bidder, about
Fifty Head of Broken and Unbroken
Horses and Mules. J '
Terms, Cash. W. H. Cornwili,
Jas. L. Coke,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that tha undersigned
has been duly appointed Administrator of tbe
Estato of Thomas Forsytb, deceased, and all
persons having claims against, said lCstuto,
even if such claims are secured by mortgage on
real property, are hereby notified to present
tho same to the undersigned, at Wailiee, Island
of Maui, T. H., witlttn six months from the dutc
hereof, otherwise an claims not so presented
will be forever barred.
' S. E. Kaloikau.
Wailuku, Maul, September loth, 11HJS.
IN THE CIROtTIT COUKT OF TH E SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii." At Chamborc,
in Probate. In the matter of the E.itnte ol
ICUM K WAN, late of Wailuku, Island of Maui,
OKDEK OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOB ADMINISTRATION.
On Reading and Filling the Petition of Duufs.
Lung, of Wailuku, Maul, alleging that Kum
Kwun of Wallnku, Maui, died lotestateat-Wul-luku,
Maui, on the 22nd day of August A. D.
lSXfi, leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon, and praying;
that Lutlera of Administration issue tobimself.
It Is Ordered, that Monday, the 27th day oi
October A. V. 1902. at 10 o'clock A. M., be ano
hereby Is appointed for heorlngsaid Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Muul.
at which" time and place all persons concorned
may appear and showcauso, If any they huve,
why Kald Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, September Vth, 11W2.'
Dy the Court,
Seal L. R. CROOfT, "
.Notice is hereby 'given Ihat-thc
undersigned has bought tbe interesl
of Litii Sing in the restaurant ant.
coffoo shop owned by said Lim Silic
on Market Street, Wailuku. and will
hereafter conduct the same.
PING PONG LAMPS.
WELSOACK HYDRO-CARBON BURNERS
100 candle power. Demonstra
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GEORGE S. AIKEN, D.D.S., '
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lamps and fixtures. Wjito to
him for Catalogue and prices.
THE HAMAKUaPOKO STORE
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or ring up, i
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