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nriHtt't'l RiaiWERli UUaHrERI!Lcr.r(( lust Saturday evening witlr
. .The telephone man was around ttnsXf" :;:J,i;,"u;,! f,om Prt.of'ceutral!
week, helloing for cash.
lliojf up the Biamark StaMe,
wheu you want a nice riy in a hurry.
The L.ihaina people K e a luau in
honor of the two baseball teams, lust
The Lahaina people who viMt VYiii-
luku these days, com'tlain of the heat
here. Really, they do.
A merchant who doe.Mi't advertise
ii like a deaf and dumb man trying
to talk through the telephone.
If you want neat, prompt job work
at reasonable .priced, place your
order with the Ntwn Jo! Ollice.
Ttie Kahului Store s closed on
Moildt.y and Tueidiiy cf tnis we- k.
for t he purpose of taking stock.
The Wailuku 'married men's ba.-?
ball tfi!U is sighing tor ne.w worlds
to eimqiier. Wliy tiOt liula, next
Senators Mitchell, Foster and Bur
ton of Vi s Sj.iai m it Cuiiiisiiji K'i
Cor tlin coast by Wednesday Sita.
Don't forget the monthly meeting
of the Maui Athletic Association .u
. the Court-house, next Monday even
MAIDEN HAIR PERNS FOR
Mrs. G. B. Rohhiitson.
The Wailuku people who have ;
stroug pull, should challenge some uf
the neighboring towm for a tug-oi'
Mr. A. K. Slender lias tuken
charge of the light wine and beer
saloon at Kahuiui with M. L. Decker
, The Uoard of Registration will be
in Wailuku oa Monday. Sue thai
your name is on the register, if you
want to vote. '
Travel has beer, very light oiH...'
Maui lately, and the hotels are not
. so crowded now as they have been
for, the past mouth.
There was a practice "game of
i polo at the Kahului polo grounds
last Saturday afternoon, and another
is planned for thib aflernoou.
Quite a number of Kahului and up
country people took advantage of
the special train run by the K. R. R.
Co. last Saturday night, to visit the
the A. D. A. ectertaiument
. Harold Hayselden bad a finger
smashed while practicing bureball at
' Lahaina, lat Friday, and is wearing
bis arm in a sling, this week.
Mr. D. C. Lindsay Of Paia has
bceu elected a director of tho Firft
National Bank of Wailuku, to uc
ceed W. J. Lowrie, resigned.
The Aloha Dramatic Association
who scored a crenuine suceeM at
their entertainment last Saturday
evening, promise a more ambitious,
attempt, toward the holidays. I
Corn ForSaI.k. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. H. BAILEY,
Today i,th Inst day for candi
dates to file their petitions in Hono
. lulu, and put ur the necessary feeis
to have their names printed on the
Dont'take any bad money. Quite
r an amount of counterfeit silver has
neon put into eireulation in Honolulu,
and a like attempt may be made on
' . Remember. hnt if you have not
: registered this vear. you cannot Vote
' ,jn November. Register, nnd vote
against the YVHcox leper bill. - ;
NOTTCE. There is Mill one store
' to let on the first floor of Pythian
' Hall building, and any one desiring
' to sec ore 1t should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
Dr. Win. G. Rogers, the eye. ear,
nose and throat specialist of Bono.
, lulu will be on Maui next week. Notice
will be given as fullv as possible, lat
er, of Vts .topping places. Those
wishing glasses fitted, surgical or
other treatment In his line, will do
well to sec him.
REGISTER!! REGISTER!! If
you dri not register, you cannot vote
REMEMBER that registering two
. rears ago will NOT entitle you vote in
November. You must register again,
The Board of Registers will fee at
v "Wailuku' oti Monday, Tuesday, "Wed
u aesdav and Thursday i of next weelr
Alohn Ucumatlv Entertainment.
Aloha Lodge Hull, K. of P,
incut, j.-r tu l',y I i-ii Aioha Dramatic
A a eitHjuiutc 'prorum was pre
pared, i vi i'y iiunb:p of vliieh was
very (.table, unii received weil
oiftKi t u encores. Tiio pinuo aud
violin boIos of Miss Hansen were
jtrreetul v. iih rouu.'t of ' applaune
wliicli tpoke the pleasure the auui-vin-e
fe t iu the wo-k of this ounjj
art:!. The .song and encore of Miss
lj.unliit'ii'ii mid thr cornet tUi of
Air. (.'.UM. 1). L'llkin were hapDily
roin!.:'-ni ;iini will received. Mr.
M-.imitcutth 8 liidiuu ciult vrorii mis
very .;, . !.:i'iuU,v and artistic', and the
qu.it x tt: ana encore of Mesit. La
nun , .VuU, Littiiin an 1 Kouiiimiiu
.:un,s.::!l liic auuteucc.lvelly una Ct.tey
iiv- ;i v. i j' aiiiu.-in deiin:ntion o(
-j' tte emu actci's, and lit er
Moi'niiiK Glory May tie id cins
i;rt part i f li.o program with
c.-uki-j .sci mini on auiOnti,
; Hiii6U many striking utler-
i'iii ; second wa a darkey minstrel
show, an:i iiom tlio ruiMug of the
cortni'i, liie audience were treated
H. ; k iiui oiio of joi- tfc, old aud
ti( --li.ul kept them in a continued
";;"(,' '. 1 ne Vi a.hn bioiners as liones,
oiJ carley and Mtyer as iainos,
r. ere. an ri,':,i, M.ti inlei-ioLkii.or
adv.vortu weut at h like a pivies-
t terns i, (.-ven it lie lost tlie citai.
Oi.lv i. tone tiuw was tiiere any iudi-
jiioii tnal the ahovv would ureak
lon, LiUt that tvus a critical luomcut.
liuiii-o Cariey rashly attempted to
briiij; Interlocutor Wadsworth's
mot icr-iu law, a lady wuiyhino; over
iOO luiuud.", down from the third
nrj hi the my tirteU Hotel at Katiu-
iui, -hiio that buiiuiu was on tire. It
uecaniu apparent at onco that Car-
ley could not lug the old lady down,
and the show stopped, while the au-
oienee helcl its breath. However,
baugo-banger Carky was quick wit-
ted, and saved the day by bringing
the old lady down in two loada, after
which the show Rowed freely along
to n happy liuale
There was some regret felt that
vi r. u. u. Meyer was not program
med for a Shakespearean recitation,
however that is a treat which is re
served for tho next entertainment to
be given by the association.
20 to 5.
But it did not look much that way
during the first four innings played
between the married bll tobserg of
Wailuku and Lahaina at Kilohana
Park, Lahaina, last Sunday.
Four largo round goose eggs were
chalked up against the Wailukus
during the lirst four innings during
which the Lauaiuas scored two runs.
Then something happened, Maxwell
of the Wailukus found pitcher Brown
of the. Lahainas and batted the sphere
almost over to Lanai, bringing two
men triumphantly across tho home
plate, ibis broke the spell giving
Wailukus courage, aud they batted
Brown, whose arm had probably
weakened, most unmercifully, the
score board reading 20 to 5 in favor
of the Wailukus at the end of the
ninth iuaingi which was played iu
heavy shower of ram, sympathetic
tears perhaps, shed by the guardian
genius of Lahaina, at tho defeat of.
The Wailuku boys are enthusiastic
over the royal welcome and treatment
they received at Lalmina, whose
people are proverbial for their hospi
tality. A return match game is to'
be played at Wailuku, probably a
week from tomorrow, between the
same two teams.
On last Sunday afternoon, a uif.tch
game was played at Wells Park, be
betweeuthe Y. M.'I's and the "Kiss
Me-Quicks" Iu which the latter won
by a score of ten to four, the latter
team be-in g largely compos-d of
Moruiiig Stars, with Jackson in tho
box and T. Kruger behiud tho bat.
Tlie battery foi the Y. M. I. team
team was N. Kruger, p. and J.
Taro Fop Sale.
In quantities to suit Purchasers.
Sliippect to all tortious of tho Islands.
Guaranteed to be of first-class quality
For further particulars write or ap-
A. N. HAVSELDEN,
i . I., i.
Tel. 220, 'Lahaina, Maul
Morning Star Club Concert.
Invitation cards have been Issued
oy tho Morning Star Ulub for a musi-
ale to be followed by a ball, at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on
next Saturday evening, Oct. 11. A
tempting musical program is offered,
to be followed by a dance, and the
young gentlemen comprising the.
Club are a guarantee that the ball
at the K. of P. Hall will bo managed
with tho same grace and success
with which they handle the ball on
The Morning Star Club is only the
social siue ot the Morning Star base
ball team, bich played so brilliant
a set ies ot games In toe league, win
mug every game, aud also ttie cham
pionship cup. The entertainment is
given us a finale to tm-ir kuccesstui
season, and the musical program to
be presemeu is i toilows:
1. Chorus. "Lead on the Black and
Morning Star Cluo.
2. Vocal bolo. "Concert Polonaise"
G. B. Sehrader.
3. Vocal Solo. "Bedouin's Love
Miss Minnie Kruegcr.
Mandolins & Guitar. "La Tipica
J. Garcia, G. B. Sehrader, A. Garcia.
. Vocal Solo. ' Kapihna." Hopkins
G. W. Maxwell.
1. VioliuSolo. "Liliiiutian's Hi Hi
:Miss Jennie Hansen.
Picolo bolo. "Hawaiian Girl"
Song A. Chorus. "My Yokohama
i-iad y. Johnson.
-I. Guitar Trio. "Medley"
J. Garcia, A. Garcia, J. Kawai.
o. Jiauo .Duet. 'The Uceau by
Miss d. Hauseu, G. B. Sehrader.
RhPOKT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank ot Wai
luku, ut VValluUu, Maul, In the
Tee. of Hawnii, at the close of
business, Sept 15th, 1902.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
Preemtuma on U. S Bonds
1 Banking House, furniture
and fixture 1,100.00
Expense paid less pro lit 207.30
Due from State Barlks
and Bankers 1,589.84
Internal-Revenue Stamps 11.10
Chreks and other cash item 311.75
Fractional paper currency,
nickels aud cents 2.85
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank, viz;
Specie 10,:553.05 10,353.04
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent
of circulation) 325.00
Capital stock paid iu 25,000.110
National Bank notes out
standing . 0,500.00
Individual deposits subject
to check . 28,873.87
Demand certificates of
Ter. of Hawaii, Island of Maui, ss:
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the
above-named . bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my kuowlede and
W. T. Robinson i
R. A. Wadsworth Directors.
C. D. Lufkin )
Subscribed aud svoru to before
me this 3rd uay of October, 1902.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA
(Seal) Notary Public.
Second Judicial Circuit, Territory of
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.
The Bodrd of Registration for Maui
Molokai, aud Lanai will hold meetings
for the-purpose of registering voters
at the Court House, Wailuku, Maui,
Iokdav, October.:, J002.
J.Tpesdav October"?, l'J'2.
Wednesday, OetoVer 8, 1002.
Tucbsday, October 9, 1002.
For Delegate to Congress
For Senator,' Second Senatorial
C. II. DICKEY
For Representatives, TiilrJ R.p-
W. P. BAIA
S. E. KALAMA
L. von TEMPSKY
INTHKURCUITCOURTOKTHi: SKI OND
Circuit, Teirilory of Jlaivuii. At Clmmlci, In
Probate. Ia tlio tr.ntlcr ol tlio Ec.tuie ct AH
MING, lute of Kahului, Maul, deceased.
OHDEK Ol-' NOTICK OK HKARINU l'k.1 1-
TION KOll ALLOWANCK OK FINAL ACJ-
Ou Iteauiiiu and Fillua tin l'ciliioa ard co
conuts of Tt iv WouK, Artmtni ilrator of tho
ifistuti! of All Mmr, wht:n;i:i lui u .kk tint tho
sumo may bo examined uwl rpprorer). anil that
a tlnal or. lor may Ijo maJe of ill;;ti'i'.,utlon of the
property 1'i.inalnin,' la his imiijii to t.io ponoDM
Ilmrolo cuUtlL'd, uud dinoiia''((liiH li:it and lit
suinilos from all further ropouMhtllty as kucIi
it is Ordered, that TjuJay, the ill 1 day of
Novcmlu r A. I), ill f, r.t ten oeloclt A. M., before
tae JuJfj of -c : Court a: lay Court il.Mia l
tlie said Cotir: at Wauuka, l. lnu.l of Maul, i.v
aud the same is ,; i, uiuicJ a J the tlaie au.
piaei for Ueariaj u.ul i'oiuiou aa.i Accoiiu
uad that oil per.-oui iu'.ere-:.!j may lie u ua.
tlier.: app..ar aa I uliow caao, it uuy they Uavt
why tne my i;lo lid uot be gr.iui.'d.
Dated ut Wuiluku, Maul, October Sad, I'.KJJ.
Ily the Court,
Seul L. R. CROOK,
Oct. 4, 11, 18, as.
IN THE OIKOUITCOURT OF THE SKCONO
Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii. At Chun bo.-.i, iu
l'robato. In the matter of the Estate ol MARIA
P. Sl'ENUER, late of Walluau, Maui.deceaseu.
ORDER OP NOTICE OK H S A RING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
CO U N TS, D1ST R 1 UUTION A N L D 1 SCH A 110 E.
On Reading and Flllug the Fetltioa aud Ac
counts of A. K. Steader, Admlul.slrttlor of the
EHtate ot MariaP. Sleuder.wheroiu he asks tbnt
the same muy be examined uud approved, and
that a anal ordennay be male of dlKtrlbutiou of
tbctproperly remaluing in Uls huuiis to tho 1 er
Eons thereto entitled, snddhicharKiuKbim and
hiH Huretlesfroin all further respou diity as such
It in Ordered tnnt TucHday, the lull day ol
November A. D. linw, at lUo'clock A. IS., teforc
tbe Judjje of said Court at the Court Kom oj
the said Court at. Wailuku, Island of Maul, be
and the same hereby is appointed as the time
and place for bearing said Petition aud Ac
counts, und that all persons interested may then
and thero appear and show cnu te, if any they
have, why the same should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Muui, October 2nd, ml.
By the Court,
Scat L. R. CROOK,
Oct. 4, It, 18, 25.
Notice Is berebygivenllliat under ml by virtue
of anord jrof tlie Hon. J. VV. Kaluu, JudKeof the
Circuit Court, of the Second Clrcult.Teiritoryol
Hawaii, the uudor.-iiirned, J. K. Crook, Commis
sioner appointed by the Court will sell at Pub
lic Auntloa, at the residence of T. Pa, at Peahi.
District of Makawao, Maal. oa Saturdey, Nov-
veuiber li.t.iy.r.', at l'Jo'elock noon all, tho rlKbt
title lnteresi. uud estate of Kco-la Pupiile, de-
c?asod,of Pcahl, Maui, at tho time of his den '.il.
in and to all tboso certain pieces of lauu. situate
and described as follows:
All that certain laudsituate in Uniniaiu
I.slaud of Maul, and coulaluluK au uree of.
l Acres; same boiu;; of l'ehurv lu the;
H:il Aina O L'lumalu.
Terms undfcouditlons of sale: C'i.r, United
States Gold Coin, oa continuation of sale by i uid(
court. Deeds ut exiienso of purciiasert:.
Duted, iiept. 18th, Hurt.
L. R, CROOK.
Commi-isloujr oproiuted ly the Court to sll
land in tho ubove Estate. .
Sept. SO.'.JT. Oct. 4, II,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the un luri-lgned
haa been duly uplAiiuttd Administrator of the
Eutateof Thomas Forsytk, duueaset', and oil
liersous having clutnu against .said Esirte,
oven if such cluima are aetured by mortgage ou
real property, are hereby notified to preneuti
the same to the uudcrlgued, at Waihee, Islauit
of Maul, T. H., Hi-.hlnslx mouths fiom the dull
hereof, otherwise all elulm.i not uj pier.ouleu
will bo forever barred.
8. K. Kaleikau.
Wailuku, Waui, September loth, 111'..
IN THECIRCriTfOUIlTOF THIS BKCON O
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chi;mUm,
iu Probate. In the matter of the Instate of
Kl'M K WAN, late ( Wailuku, Island of Maui,
ORDKROF NOTICE OF UEARINU FliTI
TION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
Ou Iioadlui; and Flliiutf the Petition of Dv.dg
LiCig, of Wailuku, Muui, ollei;in: that Kutii
Kwun of Wailnku, Maut, died iu'.ejttc'.e at Wai
luku. Muui, on the find dry of. AuKust A. D.
1'j.ti, leaving property in the Hawaiian I.slaudi
nucea:avy to be a.imiuislereC uiitiu, aud praying
that Let tern of Administration isutue to himself.
It in Oidcred, that Monday, iho i!7th day of
October A. D l'J.w, at 10 o'clock A. M., be ami
hereby is appointed for bearing inJd Petiiion hi
the Court Room of till.-: Court at Wtl'uku, Mi.ui,
at which ti'ne and place all por.tons concerned
may appear and 8how;cuuiie, it uny they have,
why taid Fetitlou should dot be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, reptomboi' 81 h, lMlj.
Ily the Court, i
IS ealJ L. It. CffOOK, ;
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, t. C. D, LUFKIN, Cashier.
CHARLES II. COOKE axd R. A. WADSWORTH, Dihectous,
Bolicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE' on all Parts of the World.
THE Vl&Ul BAZAAR,
'Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats' and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian OJuiHs.l
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Caliibashes, Birds' Kest Vsrn Work,
Sucb as Kaplv'.n tltngs, etc.
,We Also Receive Articles osi, Consignments. , .
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