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Aloha Lodge, K. of P., meets to
night. Maunaolu Seminary opened for the
Fall term, with a jfood attendance.
Dont miss the Republican Mass
Meeting at the Skatinjj Rink tonight.
A private school has beeu opened
nt. ll-in RnM.lnmi.nt. Ini ill 1 1 1 rr with
Miss Beck with as teacher.
Write to Dr. Geo. S. Aiken at
Paia and ask hiin about those Ping
Pong lamp. You need one.
Honoluiu is having a rat scare, and
an open and deadly war is beinjf
waged on the luckless rodeuts.
jXThe right field of the ICahului ben
edicts has won every game of ping
pong which he has played, vp to the
hour of going to pre.ss. -
This is tiio oil season for suar and
kahului harbor has a vacant look,
with only 'the "Brothers" and the
"Leslie Baldwin" in sight.
With Jack Niell for foreman, the
Bismark Stables Co. will rise still
higher in the estimation of the peo
ple who need rigs in Arailuku.
Corn For Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. U. BAILEY,
The parties who stole giant pow
der at Haniakuapoko Store have
been arrested, and were tried by
'Judge Copp at Makawao, this week.
The weather at Wailuku was op
pressively warm during the early
pp.rt of the ..week, but showers on
Wednesday cooled the air very much.
"MThe Circuit Court has been in ses
sion this week," and quite a . number
. have availed themselves of the oppor
r'tunity of taking out citizens' papers.
The waters of Kahului Bay have
been unusually calm this week, a
fact which has been taken full ad-
. vantage of by Judge Kepoikai's fish
ermen. Quite a number of the gilded youth
of Wailuku are sporting dainty little
''canopy-top runabouts,and of course
they all ordered them from Gu
If you ping pong, turn over and
see the Ping Pong ad. of Pearson A
Potter Co. They are the leading
house in Honolulu, for sporting goods
of all kinds,
The republican legislative candi
dates who visited Molokoi this week
report that Prince Cupid and the
republican ticket generally stand a
good chanco on Molokai.
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
application to '
D. L. MEYER.
' Mr. P. Paronzina, who was on
, Maui selling Standard Lamps, did a
largo business, and will return iu
about live weeks, to supply' those
who failed to secure a lamp this trip,
Notice. The Kahului Store will be
closed on Monday aud Tuesday, Sep
tember 29th aud 30th, or the pur
pose of taking stock.
J. KIRK LAND, Manager.
A Portuguese who had become
mentally unbalanced on account of
business troubles, was examined be
fore Judge Copp at Makawao on
Tuesday, and committed to the
u St. Authony's School at the Catbo-
Tic Mission, under the management
of Brother Frank, has opened for
the fall term, with an increased at
tendance. This is one of the best
Schools on Maui.
By the notice iu another .column, it
will be seen that the Board of Regis
' oration of voters will be on Molokai
next week. They will be at Wailuku
about the Cth of October, and will
remain here several days.
r to be
The netison's league guaiev of base
ball is puu. The deferred game to
be jjhiyed last Saturday between the
Waikupus and the Alerts was the
last on the schedule.
Owing to the absence of several of
the strong weu of the Alerts, they
were unable to muster a nine, unci
gracefully yielded the game to lite
Waikapus by default. Two scratch
teams were oraniicd however,
several Morning Stars boys kindly
filling vacancies in the two scheduled
teams, and a very clever game was
Artcr all, we are not to have that
match game of ball bttwewi 'he Wai
kapus and Morning Stars tomorrow.
The Waikapus were the challengers,
and the captain'of the Stars inform
ed the sporting reporter of the News
that the challenge would be accept
ted. Later however, the Slurs rais
ed several objections to an immediate
acceptance of the challenge, aud it
is somewhat uncertain now wheu the
game will bo played, if at all.
Tomorrow afternoon, there will be
a game of ball ut Wells Park be
tween Wailuku Gov. Officials ami the
Y. M. I. boys, in which there will be
some of the league players on either
The Kahului. and Wailuku sugar
shovers under the captainship of
"Hickey" and -'Paddy, the Sheep"
respectively, try conclusions on the
Kahului ball grounds, tomorrow
A game has finally been arranged
between the married men of Wai
luku and Lahaina, to be played at
Lahaiua, a week from tomorrow,
witu the folowing line up:
.Waitukus. W. H. Corn we 11, Jr.,c.;l
T. Pickard, p,j W. E. Bal, lb.; W.
T. Robinson, 2b. ; Chas. Bailey, 3b.;
Jas. L. Coke, (Capt.) ss.; Huakini
Enos, rf., Opiopio, cf., Geo. W. Max
well, If..; W. F. Pogue and W. H.
Labalnas. W. Kauwenaone, c.;W,
Kaluakini,' p.; W, F. Kaae, lb.;
Piapoo, 2b.; H. Kia, 3b.; W. Morris,
ss.; H. Wilkins, rf. ; C. R. Liudsey,
cf.; E. Waiaholo, If., Jjhu Riohaid-
on. Capt. . . vN
1010 matters are nourishing, and
both the Makawao and M. A. A.
teams are practicing for the inter
By the way,the sporting reporter
of the News made a bad bull last week
by stating that Harry Baldwin, Sam
Kalama and L. von Tempsky of
the Makawao team had withdrawn
and joined the M. A. A. team. Mr.
Baldwin writes to the News that he
not only has not withdrawn from the
Makawaos, but does not propose to
do so, and that such statements are
likely to make trouble. The manage
ment of the News at once summoned
the sporting reporter and demanded
of him why the item appeared. The
reporter stud: to it that he had been
informed by what he considered re
liable authority that the item was
true. Of course the management
could do nothing but glare at the
trembling reporter, who was at once
notified that if he made such a blun
der again, he would bp set to hapai
ing cane, aud that a rnor.e intelligent
donkey would be secured to lill his
Bumped by a Ui Shark.
Three haole fishermen -of Lahaina
recently experienced, an adventure
with a monster shark some four
miles off the Olowalu coast, which
they will not forget soon. One of the
party,Charl'es Tetzlaff, tells the story
"Myself, C. Broock and P. Johnson
went out fishing in a small, square
stern gondel boat, in the direction of
Maalaea Bay. We anchored on a bank
about four miles off shore, and spent
the day catcbir.g fish which wo at
tached to a cot d and hung iu the
water. About two hour6 after sun
set we vebaited our hooks and lay
down in the boat. Suddenly we heard
a noise like far-away thunder, under
- ... i;rtp.- ..ul
ing dragged entirely under water.
"We took to our oars and began
to row for dear life, but could not
make any headway. The shark had
come up again, ana the stern of the
boat was resting on its back while it
lashed the water furiously with its
t ail.. I then thought of our bait,anuso
I took the rest of it, about 40 opellus,
and threw ihem overboard. This
attracted tho shark which left the
boat, to feed on the opellus, and we
took to our oars again, and made
record time to Lahaina reaching
there in less than hour.
' 'Broock was the only one 'of us who
got a good look at the monster, while
he was tutting the bow anchor rope.
He is sure that it was not a whale,
but a monster shark, about 30 feet
A rare treat is in store for the
pleasure loving public of central
Maui on next Saturday evening,Sept.
27, at which date the Aloha Dramatic
Association of Aloha Lodge, K. of
P., will give an old fashioned colored
minstrel show. The burnt cork
artists who will take part are up to
thoir"work, aiid have a hamper bas
ket full of new jokes.
, In addition to the "colored" per
formance there will bo an excellent
progrum of piano and vocal solos.jl
cornel solos, cluo swinging, Jrisli
specialties, cpiartett singing, and a
few very louchi'ig closing remarks
by the orator of the day, Brer Geo.
Washington Snowball May field, May
or of Goose Hill.
Trains will probably be run from
all terminals to Wailuku, and a com
plete program is promised for publi
cation in next Saturday's News.
Ticket for the entertainment may
be obtained from Chas. D. Lufkin, at
the First National Barilf, Wailuku,
from the Kahului Store, from E. B.
Carle.y, Paia, Troin W. L. Decoto,
Lahaina and from William Walsh,
Republican Rally. '
There will be a republican rally
meeting at the Skating Rink tonight,
at which quite a number of candi
dates, as well as other speakers, will
be present, including probably a few
visiting Hui Kuokoas.
This meeting was to have been held
last night, but in order to have more
speakers present, it was decided to
postpone it until tonight. All are
co rdially invited to attend. -
Notice Is liorebygiyenithBt.undorand'by virtue
of itn'.o.'derof tlieHon. J. W. Knluu, Judge of the
Circuit Court, of the Second Circult.Territoryof
Huwuii, the undersigned, L. II. Crook, Commis
slouer appoluted by the Court, will sell ut Pub
Ho Auction, at the residence of T. Po, at Peahl.
District o" Makawao, Maul, on Saturday, Nov
vemuer lut.UHB, at 12o'clock noon all, the rljjht
title lntero.it and estate of Koola Pupule, de
ceased, of Peulii, Maul, at the time of his death,
In and to all these certain pieces of laud, situate
and described as fo'lows:
All that enrtuin land sltui.te iu Ulumnhi.
I.slnml of Muu!, and contuini'if,' au aroc or
SO Acres: snuie being of 1 share Iu the
Hui Alua O Ulumiilu.
Terms and Tc-ondltlonu of sale: Cash, T."niid
StatesGjld Coiu, oncoullrmallonof sale by mi Ul
court. Deeds at expense of purchaser;.
Datjd, Sept. tt'l'.', 1VU1.
L. R, CROOK.
Commissioner appointed by tho Court to .11
laud la the above lOstute.
Soyt. Si, -.T, Out. 4, II,
For Delegate to Congress
Fop Senator,' Second Senatorial
C. H. DICKEY
For Representatives, Third Rep
, W. P. HAIA
S. E. KALAMA
L. von TEMPSKY
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
The Board of Registration for Maui
Molokai, and Lanai will hold meetings
for the purpose of registering voters
'v, Sept. 22, 1!)02, .
-'-.a Court House,!) A.M.
7 A. M.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Air. rcrrozini, representing THE
CELEBRATED STANDARD GAS
LAMP begs to inform jou that le
will remain one wceK longer on Maui,
in order to give all intending pur
chasers an opportunity to have their
orders fowarded iu the joint ship
ment. Remember that this Lamp is en-j
dorsed by every Insurai ce Company
in the United States and for CLEAR
NESS OF LTGHT. SIMPLICITY,
SAFETY and ECONOMY has no
The Kahului Store will handle our
Lamps, Chimneys, Gasoline Man
tels and all accessories to bur Lamps.
I will sell at Public Auction at the
Bismark S'ables, Wailuku, Maui, on
Saturday, Sept. 20, 1902,
commencing at I o'clock p.m. of sai
day, to the highest bidder, abou!
Fifty Head of Broken and Unbroken
Horses and Mules.
Terms, Cash. W. H. Cokxwell.
Jas. L. CoftB,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the undorsi-rnod'
has been duly npiwlutcd Adrtithtstrntor of thtt
Kstate of Thomas Forsyth, deoeaed, and all
persons haviuir claims against , said Estate,
evita if such claims are secured Ity mortgage or
real property, are hereby notified to present
the mime to the undersigned, at Walhoe, Islam'
of Maui, T. H., wltHiusix months from the date
hereof, otherwise all claims not so presented
will be forever barred. ;
S. E. Kaloiknu. 1
Wailuku, Maul, September lUth, UHJi. !
. IN THKCIRCU1T COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers!
iu Probate. In tho matter of the Estate ol
KUM K WAN, late of Wailuku, Island of Maul;
OIIDEK OF NOTICE OJ" HEARING PETI
TION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
On Readiug and Filling the 'Petition of Dunt
Luus, of Wailuku, Maui, alleging that Hum
Kwun of Wailuku, Maui, died intestatoat-Waft
luku, Maui, on the g-Jud day of August A. I),
lUltt, leaving property in the Hawaiian Juland ,,
necessary to be administered upon, and praying
that Letters of Administration Issuo to himself -
It'is Ordered, that Monday, the 87th day ol
October A. L). lima, at 10 o'clock A.M., bo am"
hcreby'ls appointed for hearing said Petition it
tho Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maul,
at which time and place all pcriiOUHConeerner
may appear and show.cause, if any they have,
why taid'l'elitlon should not ho grunted.
Dated ul Wailuku, Maul, September tUh, 11102
lly the Court, i
Seal - L. R. CROOK, !
Notice is hereby niven that the
undersigned has bought the interest
of Lim Sing iu the restaurant ant',
coffee shop owned by said Lim Sin
on Market Street, Wailuku, and will'
hereafter conduct the same. i
LOOK LIN. "
PING PONG LAMPS,
WELSBACK HYDRO-CARBON BURNERS
10H candle power. Dcmonstra- i
ted by scientific experiment to
be the best reading lamp, and
the easiest ou the eyes, of any (
lamp known. f
CHEAP AND SAFE
Endorsed by the National I
Board of Underwriters. All In- t
surance Companies give permits
to use them. f
GEORGES. AIKEN, D.D.S., '
of Paia has the Aoeny for these;
lamps, together with a stock of '
lamps and fixtures. Write to I
him for Catalogue and prices.
Car; jes a largo stock of high
Je giiBolinc.pecially adapt- '
"se . lams,, Orders by
' 'ered'at all rail-
' write to
$4 00 1.00
jgi These pt4t'es include freight
THE ELS AITCS? VI
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IN STOCK AUG. Ist.90 MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES
PRICES $5.00 AND UP.
ORDERS FILLED IN lO D'A
IRON FtNCB 75 Cts. and UP
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES.
H. E. HEfSDRICK,
P O. C2T. iVG 180 KIKG St., HONOLULU
ROAD WAGONS, cXnOPY TOP &
SURREYS, 4 . , V " rt $J4C,
rVO SEAT. WAGONS QB.
TOP BUGCIE " ' " i $90. .
BRAKES t $32.50
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SfcY
OUR PRICES THEtOWEST,
OUR GRADE .THE HlCHESl',,. ,
:., .. OUR TERMS THE EASIEST. '
P. R. ISENBERG, Phesident.
. Chas, f. derrick Carriage Co;, ;lfL ti
123 MRCtlAiT STREfcT, HONOLULU, NEXT TO ST.VX(iEXWALl) Bc-'ILLINC
WI'iH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doois and iienerai 'Merchandise
Si. , 'i
uViness Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TR A i''
, WhWh They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Pr'iceYand Terms Most Favorable.
We . Fear 'No CorribetfltloA
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best'aud MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
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' Incorporated under the Laws of tho United States a'.
Washington, D. C., 1P01.
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W. J. LOWRIE, Pkeshjkxt W. T. RO.PIXSON, Vice Pi.esiui:s"
i ,. s - C. D. LUFKIN, Casime?.. ,
CHARLES M. COOKE and R, A. WADSWORTH, DirtEtwu?..
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firm's and Individuals.
THE "yyiAUI . BAZAAR,'
. Hawaiian (Curiae, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhajiv .Hats, Mats and
riaskpts of HaVcA tv Manufaetiirc, and Havaitn Quilts.
? HawailUu Tapaa ai.d Ko Calabafehes, Birds' Nest Fer-r WorV,
Suoli.a,3Tapkin liins, etc.
We Also, Receive Article on,Ccnt;ignrteiits.. .j.,
, Order WULeceiv ompt arc!
cents per dozen
prepaid to ycai- nearest steainer;"
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ON, & POTTER CO. iT' ?
. J. IHJA (O-, 11UIIUIUIU, n. i
CURTAINS $50. AND UPVVAR
p. o. BoV. 2;;
on all Parts of the World.
Careful Attentic'u '
WA1U IX, MAI' .
K. or P. HALL EriL;Nr,