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i Regular meeting, of-,. the.
letio Association oo Monday, Oct6
Resideats at feahulul complain of
the fragraca emanating from the toll
The Lakes' Guild meets at Mrs.
McKay's .residence next Tuesday
Please dontJoret that the Pearson
& Potter Co. ite the, leading house in
Honolulu for sporting goods. . . .
i The. Wailuku' District Court has
,been grinding quite a large grist of
petty criminul cases this week.
.fOil is being puniped from the
tanks at Kahului into the tank cats,
to be shipped to Uarnp 1,. Kihei. f i ':
The beKinninjj of the new" tlitch
.'meaus the beginning of an era of
solid prosperity on Central Maui. ,
'Delegate Wilcox failed in hi effort;
'to place W. H. Cornwell and Thus.
'Clark on the home rule fusion ticket.
Those who love joy and . company,
should turn to our second ' page ana
.and see the ad. of thiR enterprising
. The showers of the .past two days
have reduced the temperature of
-Wailuku to its usual delightful con
. The married men of Wailuku and
.'Lahaina cross bats for the champion
ship, at Kilohana Park, Lahaiiia, to-morrow.
Honolulu mail reached L'ahai'na;by
'theliehua lato on Thursday after
.'noon, and came over on the stage
.yesterday. , ,
The Board of Registration will be
at Wailuku on Monday, October 0,
and will probably hold a three day's
session here. ,'
- The weather has been abnormally
warm on Maui for the -past week,
probably on account of the volcanic
disturbances on Hawaii.
- 'Conn -Fob Sale. This. year's crop,
Telephone or apply to
E. il. BAILEY,
- The 'Hcnotulu agents of Raiier
Beer 'hav mailed to thdr Maui
""friends some very handsome and
cranhlc souvenirs of this delightful
and. wholesome tipple.
i The benefit concert to be given to-
niirht at K. of P. Halt by the Aloha
'Dramatic Association will be a 'hTgh
class affair, with lots of fun and good
music. Don t miBS it.
,.' 'Co. I., N. G. H., gave a'fineexhib
it.inn nnrl uraetice drill ou , High
street, on Wednesday evening. Capt.
'"Bal is bringing up his company to a
high state of efficiency.
A strong effort is being made to
"induce Auditor Austin to -rrsign,
which he strongly resists, and Gov
'ernor Dole stated that important
dsvelopmonts would transpii'o within:
the next twenty-four hours.
The republican 'legislative candi
dates visited Molokai during the ear
'ly part of the week, and some of
' them remained oven, the others tak
ing the steamer for Hani.
Ex-Senator Billy White icforined
tho Nxws yesterday that there
would be mo fusion on Maui.arxl that
democratic votes are not needed
.here on Maui, by. the homo rulers.
Notice. The Kahului Store will be
'closed on Monday and Tuesday, Sep-tembei-29lh
and 30th, for the pur-'
j)ose of taking stock.
The special term of the Circuit
Court at Wika closed yeet-ei-d-ay.
1 "The principal business of the Court
was tho naturalizing of alien, and dur-
-.'Vg the term 4-1 brand new American
citizens were turned out.
NOTICE. There is stLi one store
to Jet on the first fioer of Pythian
5UU building, and any one desiring
" to secure it should make iuuiu;diat
.. D. L. MIA'ER.
TiJ Jlarvest Festival of the Sa;va
' ti6u Army, o annual effort to raise
' funds for the maintenance and exten-
' tiion of the ci of the Army, begins
today and lasts till September iU),
during which Ute Waiiuku corps will
'gtidly receive' donaUoiiB to help the
good w.ork alflUg. . ;
:' Ou Monday and Tuesday, a cor
' 'oner's inquest was held ta enquire
'rinto the death of Kaopu'a, who was
rin ovrjpn the lrck of the. K. li.
V R. Co.',. Aiig. 12,'nd a yenliot'was
. relurne'd ,vS A-reV-enta', tdeatl! for
Vwhich -no b'-ae as 'attached to
"lb railroad' company.
CH Mm Down Ha'rJ.
With due deference to those who
accumulated fortunes In the late,
lamented illicit opium iolustry, the
Niws avers that -the present and
future prosperity of the islands hinges
principally on the successful prosecu
tion of the sugar Industry.
, This is so obviously true and so well
4fnown that the News merely reiter
ates it in order to give Judge A. S.
'Humphrey the scoring he richly de
serves for his recent utterances be
fore the Senatorial Coinminsioti.
The judge is suffering a severe at
tack of Americomania which is deveS
oping abnormal symptoms. Of course
the -people of the Islands are Atneri
cans, "tirid are ready to do their duty
as such, without working any injury
to the sugar industry, by which we
all live..' '
The News mn was born and raised
in the United States and Ja Ameri
can to his linger tips, and therefore
more bitleily resents the trend of the
utterances of Judge Humphrey who
by implication suggests lhaithe de
struction of the sugar itidusty may be
a corallary to the establishment of
American institutions on tho Islands,
aid be nosed around among the blue
laws of 1840 to sustain his contention.
Fortunately, the Senatorial com
mission arc hard headed busiuess men
and even their brief trip to the Is
lands must have convinced them that
the true method of Americanizing the
Islands is to encourage their lending
industry along proper lines, rather
than listening to jaundiced attacks
on tho men whose brains and energy
ha've built up the sugar industry aud
made the Islands what they are, one
of the brightest little gem's in Colum
Lahaina Social Club-
A club was recently formed in
Lahaina for the purpose of promot
ing sociability among its Four Hun
dred, and more especially with the
laudable idea of holding monthly
dunces for the benefit of its members.
This club, which has been christen
ed the Lahaina Social Club, gave its
initial dance on tho lanai of the plan
tation club house on the evening of
Saturday, the "13th inst., when a
most enjoyable time was had. Dnnc
iug commenced at 1 o'clock, and was
kept up with great zest until 12,
when deiicious lunch was served, oon
sisting of a very toothsome potato
salad, sandwiches, cake and coffee.
After doing full justice to this spread,
dancing was resumed and continued
for another hour or so, the guests
finally dispersing amid expressions
of praise for the good time they had
The floor was excellent, and a set
punkahs cleverly arranged by Mr.
Campion, added greatly to the com
fort and enjoyment of the evening by
wafting its cooling breezes over the
heads of the dancers.
Great credit is due Messrs. Cam
pion and Campbell, who were mainly
instrumental in getting up the club
and m4-c all the arrangements for
It is the intention to have these
dances every month, about full moon,
and it is hoped that they will all
prove as successful as the first one.
Among those present were Mps-
durr.t-a Decoto, Wunn and Hose; Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Storan Moloney, Mr. and Mrs. F.
K'jehler, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rabino
witz, Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Vetlesen,
Mr. aud Mrs. Waiaholo", Misses Lilv
Auld, Eva Cook, Holder, A. Z..Had
ley, Malone, G. McCaira, Ivy Rich
ardson, Rowena Richardson-, Messrs.
Ljliarkhausen, E. C. Campbell, N.
G. Campion, H. Dodin, 7. L. Decoto,
R. E. Ford, Geo. Freeland, J. Hose,
Matt. McCann, E. McCann, R.Olsen,
Roendahl, Stark, Prof. Loonev and
Makawao Teachers' Circle.
The first meeting of the Makawao
Teac-uers Local Circle in the school
year beginning September the
eighth, was held hi the Makawao
School on September the fifteenth.
The officers elec ted for t'lie tomii.g
year, were as follows:
Mrs. Sabey President
Mr. Atwatcr Vice-President
Miss A. Fleming Sec. & Treasurer
From the list f books suggested
by the Hawaiian Teachers' Associa
tion, the following were selected,
"Last Days of Pompeii and McMur
ray's '"Special Methods in Grogra
phv. Studv of these Ixniks will be
:leguu at the next meeting.
' Free Scholarship.
Mr. 'Geo.' M. Schrador who has been
a student for some time in the Atner
ican'Scliol'of Correspondence, Bos
tou. has iiifit been awarded a Certlfl
cate for a Free Scholarship in that
School. Ho wUl.be glad Jo turn this
over to oue of our rea'deis who is
aurlous to study StcsnV'ISlsetrien
or Mechanical Engini erh g. Write
Survey tor New Ditch.
Mr. M. M. O'Shautfhntssy left for
Nahiku by Wednesday's Maul to begin
the initial survey for the propped
new ditch which is to supply the cen
tral Maui plantations wit)h water
The work of completing the sut-Vey
and determining the approximate
cost "will require several months, and
the'Oonstruclion will probably soon
follow. The head of the ditch will
have nn nltituile of between 1,100 and
1,200 feet and the grade will be ap
proximately six feet to the mile,
which wlll'cover a large area of fine
cane land from Haiku to Kihei wliicu
is now in the dry belt, The capacity
of the ditch will, be 10Q,000,UOO gal
lons per . day, .which amount, of water
is available, exeept.jn very dry ;sea
sous. ' ' .,
The -approximate length . of the
ditch will be 43 miles, but when tue
first twenty miles are completed the
water will be dropped into the pres
ent ditch ihtfs increasing the present
supply to ati extent which will large
ly obviate the use bf'pumps.
When thp entire length of ditch is
completed, the areas Of Haiku, Paia,
Puunene aud Kihei pla Illations can
be materially increased, '.aiid as the
proposed ditch will largely take the
place of pumps, il may ue( readily
seen that proposed enterprise will
ai?d very materially to the wealth
and stability of our Central Maui
The following are the voting pre
cinct and polling places in the Third
District, comprising Maui, Molokai
First Precinct That portion of Mc-
lokaiconsistingiof Kalawao and
Polling Place Kalaupapa stoie
Second Precinct The remainder of
the Island of Molokai.
Polling Place -Pukoo court house.
Third Preciuct That portion of
West Maui, lying between the
lands of Waikapu and Honoka
wai. Polling Place Circuit court house
at Lahaina. ,
Fourth Precinct That portion of
2;ii,c.West Maui lying between tho
lands of Hanakaoo and Wni
hee, known as Kaanapali.'
Polling Place Honokahau school
Fifth Preciuct The Island of Lanai.
Polling Place Kahalepalaoa store
Sixth Precinct That portion of the
District of Wailuku lying west
aud northwest of a line run
ning from the mouth of Wailuku
stream southerly along the
sand hills to Maalaea Bay and
including the 'Island of Kahoo
lawe. Polling Place Circuit court house.
Seventh Precinct That portion of
the District of Wailuku bound
ed by the Sixth Precinct, the
lands ol Pulchunui, Kelialinu,
Kailua, Hokuula and Hama
kuapoko and the sea.
Tolling Place Blacksmith shop on
Puunene road, Kahului.
Eighth Precinct All that portion of
Kula on East Maui, lying west
' 'of n. line running from Honuaula
to the north boundary of Pule-
hunui na the line of the two
hills, Puu o Kali and Puu o
PollingPlace Hospital building at
Ninth Precinct The remainder of
Kula and that portion of
Hamakuapoko lying southwest
of the Maliko gulch and mauka
of the road running from Ka
iuanui to the Makawao jail and
a line lu extension thereof.
Polling Place Makawao court
Tenth Precinct The 'remainder of
Hamakuapoko and that por
tion of Hamakualoa lying west
of the lvahalehaku stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko mill.
Eleventh Precinct That portion of
East Maui lying between Hale
haku and Opuola streams.
Polling Place Hwelo school house.
Twelfth Precinct That portion of
East Maul lying between
Opuola and Kapaula streams
Polling Place-Keanao school house.
Thirteenth Precinct All that por
tion of East Maui lying between
the Twelfth Preciuct and
Pollinr Place Hana court house
Fourteenth Preciuct Kipahulu and
Polling Place Ivipahulu school
Fifteenth Precinct That: portion of
.East Maul Iviug between the
Fourteenth Precinct and the
Eighth and Nioth Precincts, in
cluding ii.auiKmui ana nonya
ula. -!. V V'
Potting Place Honuav.?a court
For Delegate toCongrcsh
For Senator,' Second Senutori.
C H. DICKEY
Fol Reiircscntatlves, Third f. p
W. P. H A1A
S. E. K A LA MA
' S. KELHNOI
L. von TEMPSKY
Taro For Sale.
In 'quantities to suit Purcnasets..
Shipped to all portions of the Islai. s
Guarabteed to be of first-class quality
For furtlit'r particulars write or a -.
A. N. H AYSELDEN,
Tel. 220, Lahaina, Maui.
Notice 1h hereby given that uart fiind by vimi
of ;iu order o( the Hou. J. V. KitiUit Juleott..
Clrvuli Court, of tiio S'.'ioul Cireiili.Toirito.-;. c
Hiiwult, Iho uii.leiMl";ned, L. K.Ci'oO'.t, L'oiU'Jilr ,
sloner appointed by tUo c;ourl, will t:ell ut Fu. .
lie Aueliou, at tliu resideuee of T. lJn. at Penli
UlKtrlet of Makawao, Maui, ou Suturduy, Nov .
voiuuer l.it.lU.B, nt lio'eloek uoon all, tho'ri)?llt:
title interest nud eatntoof Keola Pupule, deV
c'jos"(1, of Peuht, Maul, at tho time of hlsdeuth
tu aud to all those certain pieces of lunt , si.i. ate
aud doKcribed as follow.-:
All that certaiu luadjltuate iu Ulumulu
I iUiud of Muul, nud eoutululuK au areo vl
2-1 Acres; Kiime being Ji of l.shurt lu the
IIul Ainn O Ulumulu.
Teruii antlconditiousof sale: Cash, United
States Gold Coin, on confirmation of sale by ruld
court. Deeds at expense of purchasers.
Dutud, Sept. IKth, iW.
L. R, CROOK.
Commissioner appointed by the Court to stll.
laud in the above Estate.
Sept. it), .47, Oct. 4, 11,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby (riven that the under.-1 ined
has been duly appointed Administrator of tho
Estate of Thomus Forsyth, deceased, aud all
persons having claims ogulnst.,Euld F.stato,
even If such claims are secured by mortgage on
real property, are hereby notlllcd ro liresent
the same to tho undersigned, at Waihce, Island
of Maui, T. II., vtltlijnslx months from the date
hereof, otherwise nil claims not (so presented
will bo forever barred.
S. E. Kaleikau.
Wailuku, Maul, September loth, 1WW.
IN THECIRCT7IT COURT OF THE SKC II
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chutuucra.
In Probate. In the 'matter of the Estate of
HUM K WAN, late of Wailuku, Island of Muul,
ORDER OF NOTICE OF 'HEARING PETI
TION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
Ou Reading and Filling the Petition of Dung
Lung, of Wailuku, Muul, aliening that Ki.m
Kwan of Wallnku, Maui, died Intt-xtateut-Yul-luku,
Maui, on the xMnd day of. August A. D.
lUUi, leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands'
necessary lobe administered upon, and pruying
that Letters of Administration issue to himself.
It Is Ordered, that Monduy, the STtu duy of
Octnber A. D. W1, at 10 o'clock A. M be and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said Petition In
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Muul,
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show, cause, if any they have
why said Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Muul, Septemter bib, 1103:
By the Court,
Seal L. R. CSOOK,
PING PONG LAMPS.
WELSBACK HYDRO-CARBON BURNERS
100 candle power. Demonstra
ted by scientific experiment to
be the best reading lamp, and
the easiest on the 'eyes, of any
CHEAP AND SAFE
Endorsed by tho National
Board of Underwriters. All In
surance Colnpanies give permits
to use thelfa.
GEORGE S. AIKEN, D.D.S.,
of Paia has the Xoency for these
lampf, together w'th a stock of
lamps and fixtures. Writo to ;
him for Catalogue and prices.
TH HAMAKUAPOKO STORE
'Carr'cs a large stock of high
grade gusil!n,e,' especially adupt-
ed 'to tl'ese tlamps.A Orders by f
Telephone, dslivercd c.t all rail
road tcrrrinaJs, . l4
, For fu'l Information, '"vrSte to r
.JifiOllGi: 't. "A t ?KN 'iest ;
V o ,;fi a", no
(4 1) ' SIS. (10
$4 Mi $10.00
inese prices inciuoe irei,'iit
IN STO..K ALC. lt.k90 MONU V1ENTS HEADSTONES
PRICES $35.00 AND UP.
ORDERS FILLED IN IO DAY
IRON l ENCB 7.5 Cts. and UP.
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES. .
M. IE. HETNDRICK,
P O. C27.
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, ' "
TWO SEAT WAGONS
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SET.
OURvPRICES THE LOWES'T,
V3DR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST,
P. R. ISENBERG, President. .
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lfd.
, 125 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Next to Stangexwald BuildjNO.
I86T . . , . IB02
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry. doods and General Merchandise
'Business Carry the best Selected Stock for. ISLAND TRAIJE
Which i'hey Offer and Sell T! THE TRADE ONLY, a j
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We F6ar No
" SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JQKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO. and YCLE CIGARETTES.
- Odfrs Will Receive the Best ana MOST PROMPT ATTENTIOK
The First National Bank
;(' .. ?
''Incorporated under the Laws of the United States ai
v 'VVashinton, D. C, 1901. .
W. J. LOWRIE, Pbesident., . . .W. T. ROBINSON, Vice Pkesides?
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
CHARLES M.'COOlvk and R. A. WADSWORTII, Dihectous.
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
(Hawaiian .Curios, . Iyory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, .fcts and
baskets of "llawaiitr. Maaufapuco, nny. Hawaiian 1 ju'Jt.
' Hawaiian Tapas und Koa Calabasiies, Eli Js' Nest l'crn V.'crV
Such as Nttrtln Rings, etc.
. ,We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.- , -.
Order Will Receive i'ronipt and Careful Attceiicu -. " " i
K. of P. HA LI: BUILDINT. ,
' cuts per dozen
prepaio io m.r nearest sieamerjgj
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. IT
Corner Union oil- 11c tel SIlTtts
P. O. D-QX 784r .Honolulu, H. T ..
- 180 KING St., HONOLULU
CUKTA1NS $80. AND UPWAlib
$140, ; If
P. O. Box 234
"n WAITJjKL, MA.Cj
or'call on hm at ouce.