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."More hot weather this Veek.
. ;Send In your job Orders to "ttc
Matji Nkws. - , j
If you wish to be up-'to-cl'ate, write '
to P. O. Box 627. See &.
A Raininsftoh typa-tfriter for Vale
cheap. Apply at the Maui Niws
Co. I, N. G. H., held an ehcatnp
ment drill and luau in Iao Valley last
Lovejoy & Co. are agents fdr the
famous C. F. Cutter whiskey 'and
Kahului harbor is bare of vessels
'this week, and everything is quiet
.tiud lonely at our sea-port towm
The Lidies' Guild of WalluRu will
'meet at the residence of Mrs. Joh.i
Weddick, next Tuesday afternoon.
Tha big -mill at Puunene is still
running, and the indications are that
It will not have a holiday this year.
Registration closed on Thursday,
with a total of 2127 names for the
Islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
Foot ball season has arrived, and
some practice work with the sphere
has ttoen done at Wells l'urk this
Wailuku has presented a lively ap
pearance this week largely owkijf to
the presence of the Board of Regis
trars 1a town.
A tfcn-cenf social is to be given at
thelSatrlement building, next S;itur
day evening, the program of which
appears i a another column
Rapid progress is being made in
'the Completion of the Lahaina Water
Works, and water will soon bo ready
for -distribution to consumers,
v '-MAIDEN HAIR FERNS FOR
Mas. G. B. RoHERTiox.
Corn Fob Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. tl. BAILEY,
The democratic candidates for the
legislature have arranged their pro
gram of meetings the first of which
was held at Waihee on Thursday
A. . The Board 'of Registration will
probably mate 'the" Fisheries" at
'Kahului their headquarters, while
- making up their final reports and re
gisters.. ' Special trains from all terminals to
Wailuku tonight, for the accomrno
'dation of the guests cf 'the Morning
Star boy at the uiucle and dance
at K. of P, Hall. ,
Prince Cupid went to Kauai on a
campaign trip, on his return from
Hawaii, and is 'expected on Maui
next Tuesday,' where he will cam
paign for a week or so.
Ganoa Kitcat of Honolulu, who has
been viiitinj Koaala, reached Wai
luku this morning, and will "preach
'in the Episcopal church, Wa-lluku to
morrow morning at It.
'..V The republican candidates held a
' meeting at Waihee on Tuesday even
ing, at Waikapu on Wednesday even
lng and atjWailuku on Thursday even
ing, at which large and enthusiastic
audiences were present.
. A piece of cane raised ou the,, new
. land at Puunene, and which mea
sured 10 inches in circumference, was
left at this office yesterday. Some of
'the 'ttilks on this piece of ground
measured 22 ft in height.
', NOTICE. There is stilt 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.
I)r. Rogers, the Eye, Ear. Nose
and Throat specialist will be in the
' ne ighborhood of Wfciluku for the next
week. Those wishing to see him or
make appointments cn do so by
calling up tha Maui Hotel.
Some complaiut is made about the
'natter of leaving the road rol'er and
.Jwater-cart in the road overnight, in
Wailuku. Several runaways have
' been' narrowly averted, as team
from other dis.triots &re not accustom-
ed to see these obstructions in the
road, t .
i ' The Morning Stars lad . a group
picturp taken and sut to Honolulu
' to be enlarged and framed. .The en
larged picture was received en Wtd
nesdav. and is a flue piece of work.
' he'ptttce w-Ul fcriftp.biy lU'M: exj
t l ... . ' L 1 ' -i 1 . t: r..tl
hio.tlcn at tne dance av ci r. ui
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The Republtcftn Campaign.
The candidates oft the republican
ticket, who, by the way, are without.
exception a bright and -able body of
men, have making a gaHlaut, aggres
sive and winning fight on Maui.
When the fight was on, two years
ago, Wilcox wa an unknown and
unassailable quantity, so far as his
ability as delegate to congress a
concerned, as he made his fight sole
ly on appeals td prejudices, which
gave no handle to the republican
candidates, the result was a foregone
Now the whole fight is on entirely
different lines. Wilcox had his chance
in congress, und proved his utter
inability to accomplish anything for
the Islands. This is a negatine weak-
ries3 which laid him open to criticism,
but his positive errors, in urging the
eper bill, in putting a Chinaman on
the home-rule ticket and like breaks
liave opened the eyes of many of his
All of these matters are being ably
presented to the people by the re
publican speakers, and as illustrated
by Fivd Buckley's speech at Waikapu
the oilier n'ht, are simply unan
swerable, Decklcy even going so far
ns foVleiHufnee. VY ilcox for his altitude
on the 'leper cucslii'iii.
On Thursday evening, there was a
arge out! civthusiustic republican
meeting held nt the Skacing Rk.k in
Wailuku, at Which many home rulers
were present-, nrul gave an attentive
hearing 'ij the speakers. By the
way, the 'members of the Wailuku
Precinct Club should take a more
enthusiastic p'art these meetings.
Many prominent members of the club
stood in the back of the hull chatting,
or loitered outside, instead of taking
seats with the audience. True, they
will vote all right but they should
also take an active and 'enthusiastic.
part in the meetings.
A program has now been arrang
ed for next week's meetings, but that
will depend somewhat ou tha length
of Prince Kuhio's stay on the Islands,
he being expected at Lahaina by
next Tuesday's steamer. His program
for next week, so far as arranged, is
Ttiesday evening, Oct. 14; will
reach 'Lahaina and be entertained as
the gtfest of the Lahaina Club.
Wednesday, Oct. 15; speaks at
Kaanipali and Houokawai; spends
the night at R. C. Searle's residence,
Thursday, Oct. 19 : speaks at Hon-
okahau and Kahakuloa, reaching
Wailuku same day as guest of Wai
luku and neighboring clubs.
Friday, Oct. 17; Makawao, and
Hamakuapoko, speaking at Hana-
kuapoko in the 'evening where he
spends the night as the guest of the
Hamakuapoko Club. .
Funeral of Miss Mary E. Green.
The remains of the ate Miss Mary
E. Green arrived at Kahului by Wed
nesday morning's Maui, 5a charge of
her nephew, Henry Green of Hono
Mr. C. H. Dickey took charge of
the remains and accompanied thein
on the train to Pain. Here they were
met by the hearse and a large num
ber of carriages, and were escorted
to the Makawao Foreign cemeteiy
where they were laid to rest, Rev,
E. J. Beck with officiating, and the
music being furnished by the girls
from Maunaolu Seminary.
The pall-bearevs were Hon. H. P.
Baldwin, Judge John W. Kalua, Hon,
C H. Dickey, Judge Chas. Copp,
Hon. A. N. Kepoikal and J. P. Ka
S. M. Meyer of Seattle, who is
largely interested in the talc-asbestos
mines on the coast, is in Hilo investi
gating bagasse or cane pulp as
body from which to manufacture
paper, talc being an important factor
in the composition of themanufactur
It is quite probable that bagasse
could be successfully used in the
manufacture of pa per.but it is a ques
tion if it is not more valuable for fuel
Beside bagasse, there is another
waste at sugar mills, the refuse mo
lasses. Some unsuccessful attempts
have herefore been made to utilise
thjs molasses, which contains contid
eraole carbon, as fuel.
A series of expurimeuts is being
made at Puuneue Mill iy Mr. J. a
S. Williams, chief engineer, which
bids fair to solve the ' problem. In
stead of uing crude molasses for fuel
hami'iea a sufficient per' cent of
mahtfses. K.itf, bagaste to make
strorrer a'ridmdro u"urtiblo fuel, than
bagasse alone. It is believed by
some who have examined the fuel
thus prepared, that tha bagas'se
produced on Maul, properly mix ad
with waste molasses may eventually
prove a fuel which will supersede
both coal and oil.
The regular meeting of the Maui
Athletic Association was held at the
Court House last Monday evening, at
which a large amount of miscellanous
business was transacted.
The committee on constitution and
bylaws submitted a draft of by-laws
which was read, and laid over till
the rext meeting, for final action.
Messrs Church and Cottrell tender
ed their resignations as directors but
the sense of the meetings was that
the two directors should withdraw
their resignations, and no final action
was taken in the matter.
L. R. Crbok on behalf of the polo
contingent rpported that harmonious
action between the M. A. A. and
Makawao polo clubs had boon taken
with reference to arranging for a
t.;utn to play in the inter-island
match at Honolulu,
The protest of the last eaguo game
was formally with drawn, and the
championship lengue cup was presen
ted to the Morning Star team, who
were present in full force to receive
it. Prcsideut Baldwin made the pres
entation, in a brief but eloquent ad-
ress, which was gracefully repliel
to by Secretary Garcia on bahalf Of
the Morning Stars. .
The Lahaina married men have
challenged the Wailuku benedicts
for a return game, which will be
played at Wells Park October 1!), a
week from tomorrow, and the Asso
ciation donated the use of the grounds
and paraphernalia for the occasion.
The question of a whiter league of
baseball was brought up, but the sense
of the Association seemed to be that
the boys, as well as the ball loving
public needed a rest for a while.
Alexander Hall Concert.
On next Saturday evening, October
18, a benefit concert will be given at
Alexander Hail, with an admission
fee of ten cents. The entertainment
is given to raise funds for HMl pur-
poses, and will doubtless be generously
The program will consist of vocal
and instrumental music and recitat
ions, to be followed, after a short
Intel mission, by shadow pantomimes.
The following is the
Solo .Mrs. Lj-ons
Recitation ..Eddie Lyons.
Song. . . v Miss Huntington
Instrumental trio...... '
P"iano Solo Mrs. Waterhouse
Admission 10 cents.
Tenders For School Building.
Sealed tenders for the construe
tion of a machine shop at Lahaina-
luna, Maui, to be completed on or be
fore Saturday, December 27th, will
be received at the office of the De
parfment o' Public Instruction, until
ten o'clock A. M. of Saturday, No
vem'uer 1st. Plaus and specifications
can bo seen at the office of the De
partment, and at the office of Henry
Dickenson, School Agent, Lahaina.
The Department does not bind it
self to accept the lowest or any bid
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tn quantities to suit Purchasers.
Shipped to all portions of the Islands
G uaranteed to be of first-class quality
For further particulars wrilo or ap
. ( . ' A. N. II A YtSELDKN,t
Tel. 20. Lahaiua, Maul;
Fop Delegate to Congress
For Senator,' Second Senatorial
C. H. DICKEY
Fop Representatives, Third Rep
W. P. HAIA
S. E. KALAMA
L. vos TEMPSKY
TH K CIRCUIT COUUT OF THE SECOND
Circuit-, Territory of linwuii. At Chamber?, in
.'rolmlc. la the mntter of the Kstuto of AH
MING, lato of Kahului, M jui, di-ccum-d.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
On RpudlriK and Filing the i'etklou uud Ac-
juul.H of Tulirt Wouf?, Admluintrutor of the
Estate of Ah Mini;, wherein he usliH thHt the
sume tuny bo cituinlned and approved, nod that
linn 1 order ni:iy be m.i-.lo of distribution of the
property rcnialulu;? in his hands to the persons
hufolo entitled, iiu'1 di.:vhnt'Kiiii htm uud 1.1:
suretl from all further responsibility u.t mieh
It is Ordered, thnt Tuesday, the Ufa day of
November A. O. I'Jiti, ut ten oelock A. M.. before
the dudKe of Kit Id Court at the Court Room ol
the said Court ut Wuiluku, Island of Mnui, b
ud th'! :ani.i is appointed uj tbu time uud
place for heat'lug suld Petition ttu.l Accoun
nd thut oil persons interested may then and
her.- appear and ahow cause, if any they have,
why the hbuio should not be Kran:e.l.
Dated at Wuiluim, Maui, October iud, IlKjj.
By the Court,
Seal L. R. 'CROOK,
Oct. 4, 11, IK, 2,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE:SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chan bers, In
Probate. In the matter of the Estate of MARIA
. STENDER, late of Wailuku, Maui, deceaseK.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC-
CO UNTS.DISTR1BUTION AND Dl SCHARO E.
On Reading und Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of A. K. Stender, Administrator of the
teitate of MarluP. Stender, wherein he asks that
the same may be examined and approved, nod
thut ix final ordermay be made of distribution of
the property remaining In his hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, anddisobarKlUKhim and
his sureties from all further responsility as such
It Is Ordered tnat Tuesday, the 11th day ot
November A. D. 1WH, at luo'clock A. M., before
the Judge of suid ,Court at the Court Room Of
the said Court at, Wailuku, Islund of Maui, be
and the same hereby is appointed ns the time
and place for bearing suid Petition und Ac
counts, and thut all persons interested may then
and there appear aud show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be granted.
Duted at Wailuku, Maui, October 2nd, llKi-J.
By the Court,
Seal L. R. CROOK,
Oct. 4, 11, 18,25.
Notice lsherebyglvenlthat.enaerand by virtue
of unorderof the Hon. J. W. Kalua. Judge of the
Circuit Court, of the Second Clrcult.Torritoryof
Hawaii, the undersigned, L. K. Crook, Commis
sioner appointed by the Court, will sell ut Pub
lic Auction, ut the residence of T. Pu, ut Peuhl.
District of Mukuwuo, Maul, ou Saturday, Nov-,
vember tst.lSXW, at 12 o'clock noon all, the right
title interest and estato of Keola Pupule, de
ceased, of Peahi, Maul, at the time of his death
in and to all those certain pieces of lund , situate
and described us follows:
All that certain laudsituate in Ulumalu
Island of Maul, and containing au aree ot
a) Acres; same being H of l;shara in the
Hui Ainu O Ulumulu.
Terms undlconditlous of sale: Cash, United
States Gold Coin, ou confirmation of sale by said
court. Deeds at expense of purchasers.
Dated, Sept. lHth, luttt.
L. R. CROOK.
Commissioner appointed by the Court to sell
land la the above Estate.
Sept. SO.'.ST, Oct. i, U,
i Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Thoraiw Forsyth, deceused, and all
persons having claims agulnst'isaid Estate,
even if such claims are secured by mortgage on
real property, are hereby not Hied to present
the sume to the'undersigued, at Waihee, Islund
of Maul, T. H., within six months from the dale
hereof, otherwise all claims not so presented
will be forever burred.
S. E. Kuh'lkau.
Wailuku, Maul, September Kith, IUOsJ.
IN TH B CIRCUITCOURT OF TH E SKCON I )
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers,
in Probate. In the matter of the Kstute of
KUM K WAN, lule of Wuiluku, Islund .of Miiul
deceased Inlestale. ' 1
ORUKfl OF N'OTICE OF HEARINO PETI
TION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
On Reudlug and Filllug the Petition of Dung
Lung, of Wuiluku, Maui, alleging thut Kum
IvwunoX Wailuku, Muul, died intestate ut-Wal
luku, Maul, on the !ud day otj August A. Lt,
IINI2, leu lng property In the 'Huwailun Islands
necessary t be administered upon, uud pruyiug
that Letters of Administration issue to himself.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 7th day ot
October A-'"- at 10 o'clock A.M., be and
hereby is-tvj. pointed for bearing suid Pelltlou lu
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Muui,
at wblcklive and place all persons concerned
may appeal- and slioweuue, if any Ibey have,
why suldTefitlon should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Muul, epiember Hih, llW;
I)y the Court,
Seal L. It. CliOOKj
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MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
tVRITE-J'OP. DESIGNS AND PRICES.
H, SB. HEINDRICK,
t", O. (7. 174-176-180 KING St., HONOLULU..
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
TWO SEAT WAGONS
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR'PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR tlRADE THE HIGHEST,
bUR TERMS THE EASIEST,
P. R. ISENBERG, President,
Chas. F. Hefrick "Carriage Co., Lfd.
125 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods aiul General Merchandise
. Business Catttiy the Jbcst Selected Stock ''for ISLAND TRADE
Which They 'Cffer, audi. Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms ;st Favorable. ;.
We Feai? No Competition
' ,SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSSCUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO aud CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTi?ROMPT ATTENTION
The tFirst National Bank
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' Incoi-po rated under the Laws of the United Slates al
Washington, D. 0., 1C01.
W. J. LOWRIE,-President. :...V. T. ROBINSON, Vice Ppesiuev-
: ;C.' D. LUFKIN, Ct siiivr. v . t - .'.
CHARLES M. COOKE and R. A. WADSWORTII, Didectous,
Solicits accounts'.or Corporations, Firms and individuals.
' DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
THE MAUI BAZAAR:
V - i
Hawaiiau Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats,'"'ats antl
ilaskets'of Hav.iaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Qujlts. . .
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fcru Work,
i Such as Napkfh Riufjt, etc. .....
-.We Also Receive Articles on Coni iKcuts. - k.
)rJcrKWUl Receive Prompt wd
4. oVU itt Ts ir'.ikDING
Mrs. J. K. Knbookeie,
SHOWER YOKE J
. No Bath complete without
it. Attaches to any tub or
lavatory, not a spray or a ring
but a. perfect shower bath for
Shower Yoke connections.
tubing, t and everything com-
plete , freight prepaid to your
nearest steamer landing, $t.'J5
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D. &
Corner Union and Hotel Streets !?&
P. O. Box 784, Honolulu, H. T ifl.
I (HO H i,
f ; ,r,Witr ;,'i;
$90. AND UPWARDS
P. 0. Box 234
Next to Staxqenwald Building.