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y) Subscribe for the Maui Nkwb,
Ring up the Bisinark Stables, if
you want the best rig in town, right
Heavy evening shovershave fallen
nearly every night this week all over
Sue ad. of A. K. StenJor, pro
prietor of tho light wine and beer
saloon at Kuhului.
Sjo the "I3y Authority" in another
colum giving the names of the elec
tion inspector for this district.
Order your job work at the N.EWS
Job Office. Neat and prompt work
guaranteed at reasonable prices.
Tho Ludiea' Guild of Wailuku
meets at the residence of Mrs. G. B.
Robertson, next. Tuesday afternoon.
The melancholy days have come,
the sad lest of the year, for the time
to pay your taxes U drawing very
Bishop Willis writes from Ba, Fiji,
subscribing for the News. Evidently
the Feegee Islanders have not yet
The nights are beginning to grow
longer now, and il is utKwb 1 itn a to
organize a literary society for our
The 4:30 A. M. earthquake- was
felt at IVahi, with time given as
4. 40, In the report to the News.
Difference in clocks, perhaps.
The lnau at the Skating Rink en
i Thursday afternoon was a manili
cent but characteristic display of the
hospitality of Wailuku to visitors.
There will be a match gnme of foot
ball at Wells Park, a week from
tomorrow, between the Waiiuku and
the Morning Star football elevens.
MAIDEN HAIR FERNS FOR
MllS. G. B. RoHEIiTSON.
The week has been quite dull in
Wailuku, very few visitors being seen
on our streets intil tho arrival of
Prince Kuhio on Thursday afternoon.
Corn Fon Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. tl. BAILEY, .
The Tampico, now in Kahului liar
bor, would be glad to take a cargo of
- pine apples and bananas to Seat t'e.
What a shame that Maui k not able
to furnish it.
The Mirror, published by Ayron
and Sabin, in Honolulu is one of' the
brightest, wittiest end newsiest little
. sheets published on the Island-;, and
la rapidly gaining circulation on Mac'.
X The mu:-h esnected gr.nm of l-.ae-'
ball between the warned men of
, . Wa'luku and Lahr.ina is to be played
tomorrow afternoon at Wells Park,
and au exciting game is in propped.
Mr. Fred. N. Shaw of Olaa, died
' of heart disease at Hflo, October II,
ngod -13 years. Mr. Shaw was ti.e
eldest brother of II. L. Shaw of lii'o,
W. E. Shaw of Nahiku and Mrs.Wro.
Blaisuell of Honolulu.
Tho Windsor Hotel premises, in
cluding tho lot idjoiiiing and the taio
patches in the rear have been pur
chased by Mr. W. T. Robinson for
I $2750. The lease on the Windsor
premised expires in lOOti.
Two light earthquake shocks
experienced on central Maui car
Thursday morning, the first at ik.A-
M. lasting about four secontU " and
the last at 1. 30 A. M. listibg two
seconds. No damage wr.s dope.
NOTICE. There is still one store!
to let on the first floor of .FythLti
Hall building, and any one desirinJ
to sccuro it should make humeuiatt
application to ' j
D. L. MEVEH. j
There was a total eclipse of the
moon on Thursday evening, tl;c!? mofn
entering the earth's shadow at a boit
6. 'M, and not entirely emerging iill
uuie. It was a beautiful, clear nigjit,
, cear nigii,
of the plf'ii-
affording a perfect view
Dr. Geo. S.Aiken, D. D. S... ul Pjua,
will bo at Wailuku on Mobclay; 1'Jies
day and Wednesday, Oct 20, 21 find
22, where those who desire his Ser
vices will find him at the 'Maui Raid.
On Weclnesdav, he goes to Puunenu
jes to Puuie
for the rest of the weel
The teachers and the young peqple
of Lahaiua have been organised Into
a reading circle, for tho urpos of
reading standard literature duning
the autumn and winter, aud" i)r.
Looney of Lahainahinu ; has kitjdly
offered his services to assist ihenj us
eader, f , 1
I'rhice Stuhv) m iVimii.
Oa Tuesday ii'xht, I'rincn Kuhio
l-vtuled tit. Lahuimt, where he was
tin I by a 1 nyc delegation of pr-wi
incut. ri"i(!'v ts and vi.-ti ;
opened the ctmipni;;n at on::, by
d"livM'ing to a large eretvt! a ruinly
und .'i)nviiic.ii:g uclilrei's. wliich was
effective Ptid wull n-veivml. After
the speakiiig, the parly p,dj"iirned to
the residepcc of Ju0;:e K;ih:vi!c!io,
where : li-au was .serveit t;i a I.ii gi'
iilimlwr of i'iHr:sts and furl her po'.it
ier.l and s-jt'.i'l sr.v.!i' were made.
On Wed i es'hiy, the pnYt.v Ml tor
Iloinjlea m.d 1 lomikalciu by the way
of R,iaiiii,'i)'i Wediiesd.ty even
ing l'ritcc Kuii-o was entertained
by and Mr,. K. C. Sen He
at. an eleu'iinl lean. On Thuisnay, the
party caaie on to Wailuku vii Kuha
kalon and Wiiihet!, at both of which
places meetings were held. At Wai
luku an imnii'.'i.se lur.u was spread at
the Rlcithtg Rink, -and by. iix o'clock
the huihiinsr was crowded to it nl
most capacity. Shortly after six, the
Prince arrived, and was at once In
trode.eed to the audience. A hush
fell over the audience as the Prince
negau his wMn ss, and an earnest
almost lo the point of n-in'ul atten
tion was p jiil aii he .'.:,;,i, for tlin
l.lawaiians I:ad lonsr been w.vii.iiig to
iieor the Prirce di.linf h' position.
He proved to be a Illicit and forciile
upenker, and did not delay to iudulga
in any flowers of rhctori.-, bor lit
once took" lioM cf r.u '. :j, r and
t-irefuilv outlined t- his hearer i-W
Hi.' be" an Liv' briefly ri-ferrii:g to
I he different, patty organixittioi'.i-,
ana i.o his own connection with ll,e
home rule pr.rl.y, and showed wliy he
ai.d his brother Kuoknas refused to
belong to a one-man party. Then
h took up tho mutler of his hating
accepted the republican nomination
for oelega'e to co'.'gi e;-s. Wile :
having totally failed to acc.nnplUn
anv good for the Island.', the Prince
realized tuut the time had come for
a chatiiie, to, effect which l:e had
deemed it wise to ally himself with
the party which- is in power in the
The Prince stated that he did not
como before his audience, asking
their fealty as his subjects, but that
he simply came as a brother Hawai
ian, with a strong aloha for his peo
ple, whose good he sought when he
accepted the nomination. . He ex
pressed himself emphatically on the
leper bill, and pointed out the incon
sistency of Wilcox, on that 'and other
The Prince's speech was well re
ceived, many of utierdnces being
greeted with enthusiastic, applause.
But the tin? objec t of the Prince was
rather to instruct than to entertain,
and his words went home to the
hearts of his hearers, with a force
that, will work good for ni.s party.
Yesterday the Prince r. nd a num
ber of the republican candidates vi.-
ted Kula and Makawao, ending the
day with a rousing meeting at Hani-
akuapoko lat evening.
The Prince leaves today or tomor
row for a horseback trip around the
east end of Maui, and will return in
time to be present at the Republican
mass meeting to bo held ut the Skat
ing Rink at Wailuku, next Thursday
evening, a 'i will leave for Honolulu
The Morning Star Reception.
The entertainment given last Sat
urday evening by tho Morning Star
jlioys, to celebrate the winning of the
championship cup was a very suc
cessful affair, from every' point of
view. The attendance was large,
and tho musical program was much
At the closo of the program, the
floor was cleared, and the music for
the grand march struck up, with a-
bout seventy-five couples in line. The
floor was crowded with dancers the
whole evening, and when parting
time camo at midnight, it was with
reluctance ' hat the guests bid their
hosts of the evening, "goodnight."
The Morning Star boys deserve .cred
it for the delightful evening's enter
The following are tho reading and
professional courses rreommeiiucd by
the Department ot Public lustruc
tiou, for the Teachers' Societies on
Reading Course. Ivanhoe. Last
Days of Pompeii. Idyls of the King
Hiiwatha. Miles Standish. Lady of
the Lake. As you Liko It.
Professional Course. Teachers'
World. Talks to Teachers;. James.
Sharp Eves; W. H. Gibson. Special
Methods in Geograrjhy; McMurroy.
School aud Society; Dewev. Lessons
ju Nature StudyjJenkins and Kellogg.
New lao Heblcs.
The do Regit brothers hii.ve betfiiu
the reenn triic.l ion of Mm lao St a
M.-s in Wailuku, on a scale which
will rank tin m with any thing on
Mani in t he way of a coir modi iiis and
well equipped livery ouiiding
The entil e front of the property is
to be enclosed rrith an iron roof, ex
tending back for u depth of 130 ft.
Fronting on the street will be the
office, harness room und shop, with
a driveway on either side for en
trance and exit. In the rear will uc
stulls for twenty-five, horses, and the
entire front v ill bo used for rigc A
handsome facade will front the street
and add much to the appearance, of
the town. The do Rego boys by their
industry and strict attention to bus
iness have built up a very successful
and profitable business, for which
they deserve much credit.
In addition to their Wailuku Sta
bles they own the Pioneer Stables
plant hi Lahaina, and the Puuucne
Stables at Kuhulni, the latter of
which has recently been rebuilt, and
which does a very good business. '
The Governor directs that itotice
be jciven that the following named
persons have been commissioned In
spec tars of Kiecliun.
Islands o' MAL'l, MOLOKAI,
LAN A I and KAllOOLAWE.
Vv'm. Notley, Esq.,
W. Clark, Esq.,
C. N. Brewster, Esq.,
J. il. Ma hoe, Esq.,
D. McCorriston, Esq.,
Geo. Kekijii, Esq.,
Henry Dickenson, Esq.,
C. V. Dudoit, Esq.,
A. M alicit au, Esq.,
Geo Kauhi, Esq.
D. Kapaku, Eq.,
L. K. Kalumu, Esq.,
S. Kahoohalahula, Esq.,
M. Keaiakaa, Esq.,
.Keoni Nakiiiei, Esq.
Dr. R. W. Boote.
Moses Ivauliimahii, Esq.,
James L. Coke, Esq.,
D. Quill, Esq.
A. (J. iiauaetio o, Esq.,
J. J. Walsh, Esq.,
G. C. Hofj-aard, Esq.,
Sam Kuula, Esq.,
Sain Puaioa, Esq.,
Geo. Forsyth, Esq.
E. 11. Kekapa, Esq.,
Noa Kamakuu, Esq.,
W. F. Mossman. Esq.,
J. E. Kekipi, Esq.,
Henry Long, Esq.,
J. R. Myers, Fsq.,
J. Vincent, Esq.,
D. Opuuui, Esq.,
Chas. Haui, Esq.,
D. W. Napihaa, Esq.,
G. W. Kawahamae, Esq.,
F. Wittrock, Esq.,
G. W. Kauhane, Esq.,
B. K. Kaiwiaea, Esq.,
J. K. Piimanu, Esq.,
P. M. Kaluna, Esq.,
II. W. Kahale, Esq.
L. R. Crook, Esq.,
J. D. Uwekoolaui, Esq.,
J. K. Kunukau, Esq.
HENRY. E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu.October 14th. 1902.
Taro Fop Sale.
In quantities to suit Purchasers.
Shipped to all portions of the Islands.
Guaranteed to be of first-class quality
For further particulars write or ap
A. N. IIAYSELDEN,
Tel.-.220, ' Lahaina, Maui.
Fop Dalcgnte to Congress
J ON A 1 1 K A L A N I A N A O LE
For Seiantop,' Second tSenr. toriir
C H. DICKEY
Pop Representatives, Third Rep
W. 1'. IIA1A
S. E. K A LAM A
S. K iiLUNOI,
PHILIP HA LI
L. von TEMPSKY '
IS TH K C'lltCUIT C:OL' !T OF TIT K RK.l ( IV It
Circuit, Territory ot Muwalt. At Ch:imi' r, In
Pnl)at. lu Urn ir.tti.tiT of tho Kstuto of Ail
A1INO. lalo of Knltulut, Almil, ilreoas.d.
OKUKK OF NOTICK OF HliAlUNO PETI
TION FOlt AI.LOWANCK OF FINAL .C
COUNTS.UlSTK.Ilib'TIO.N'AMiDISCtlAtlCE. On ItciiUinj; unU Filing tins lVU'lou una Ac
count of T-iiij Woog, AilrnMiis-.-rntdr of 1L0
iato;Ab Jliojf, wiiorcln ho b.,Ik Umt the
si:m may bo xaniUL-d anU fiiprovcd, ;a.d t : : t
a linal cird T i;iuy l.i; mnic i f di:rl;uik,u ..r
imiK-rty wmai!:luK lo hta had.t io ihu m-r.-ota
Ill'-Pito i uud d!.-X'iai'i;ln;; ilim n! d hi .
MUft-i ivs in.m all furiiittr rc i ii.isil,illty imX,
It i Ordered, that Tu?aduy, i:u liili fin;- cj
NofcndKir A. I). Hi; a, n; t; i,c!.ii;1i A. M.. Ii. mr,.
t'm ;mi;o ot i i'.id Court at ivi Court I'.uoia cf
u m i-.i Couri ut WiiiluUu, I?:li,ad of M iv.l, io
- .1 I'.c icuio l.i jajii oinlod an t;m uiue cu-..
1!i;;' f.;r ii a; :sukt i-'iiiua ana A j.ji'.Lt. .
uii.i t;.ui ttli i)-:r.ms i:iiVr"..!t d l.i: t then mm
tii'-i';-:i;.. ar und rihuw caus'.-. if ;rjy il...- li:i-,c.
vvi.y sia. .j.'.ouKI uul L.- j.T.iu..ld. ,
i'Daif .l i.i, U'ltiKka, Maui, o.'ivwr v'a I, Hi; .0.
liy til" Co'.!! !,
s-i.ii L. it. c.vx;;,
Oct. 4, 11, lti, .
IN THE CI KCU IT COU KT OF Til jt SKC OM V
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cliaa uers. in
I'robatc. lu Uio matter of the KMaler " MAT
P. Si'tiNDKK., laf.'oi Waim.iu, ;,jaul.ni'i-i i! t it.
OilUiJKOF NOTICE OF HSArUNii PKVi
TION Foit 'ALLOAANCK OF FINAL AC
COUNTS.UlSTItliiUTION A ND UiSCUAKCK.
Ou KjadiuiS aud Flllug the I'ctlMou iital Ac
couat.i of A. K. Sioudur, A'.:Diul.itrator cf lau
dilate of MariuP. StcuJur, wherein ho as'K.i thai
the same mcy Ijj fxatniutd uud nppnm.il, auu
that uUuul orjinuny brmuuu of aisirlliuiiou ol
tho propor. rcmaiuing In bis liatidu to t!.u p.;r
to.iu tacr.'.u eutiilrd, anddiscinirKiU!,' him uud
biuiiUi-oti'Mtroni all further roxoiiNllity us. uch
It in Ordered tuct Tiiciiday, thu llth Uav ot
Kovombcr A. 1J. I'.KI-J. at liio'vlocli A. M., brLru
the Jud;-'u of naid Court at Dm Co u t Il.;o'..i f f
tho Kald Court at WatluUu, Inland of f.Iaui, b
uud tho i tim'.! hereby is appointed as thu tiuan
and place for hearing 8uid Pelition uud Ae
eouuts, aud that all persons iuteiestod may thru
aud there appear uud sho'.v eau-t, if uuy tlicy
havo, way tho Him;' should not bo grcuti d.
Dated at Wallultu, Maui, October ilad, 1'.hv.
By the Court,
Seal L. It CUOOiv,
v Oct. 4, 11, 18, -:s.
Notice is hereby ylt cu'thr. t uud t uud by v Irt nc
of r.uo."di;rof the Hoa. J. ltiilu. Jud;,' the
Circuit Uuurt, of it.;; S''co:a'i Ci.'cuit.T.-iriler.'; ol
iia.val!, the uudendt-'ued, I., it. Crook, ('ouuuiy
H'orier appointed 1- the Cou,-t, tvill well ii Pi:h
lic Auu'.iou, at tile rc;ideiiCO of V. Pa, at PraU,
ict of Mi.l.av. ao, Maui, ou SalurtU!y, No
t ciuber l.-it.Um;, i;t lio'clocU aooa ail, the lU'ul
title ihtere.-it tmd estate of It-Mda Pupulc, de
ceased, of Ponhi, Muni, ut tho lime of 1.1 idc.th
lu and to ail!hicccrlaiupicccsof lauo, situate
aad described us follows:
All '.hat certain landirituatc in Uir.m-.l'.t
l.-;laud of .Mae.i, and routaluiiii,' r.u areo o,
S I Acres; sauie beiuij ", of I uuui iu H e
Ilui Aiua O Cluui.ilu.
Terms uudtcoDdlticu!, of sttU;: Cash, Unit'-J
StatoaGold Cuiu, oucoullrtuntiouof sal:' Ly .said
court. Deedsntoxpen.se of purchaser.;.
Dated, Kept. 1Mb, 1W.
L. R, CllOOK.
Commissioner nppointod by tho Court lo sell
laud iu theubovoKijlulu.
Sept. SO, 7, Oct. 4, II, ,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Ls hereby giren that the uuden.lanod
ha.i been duly appointed Aflmluistrator of the
Kstalo of Thomas Forsyth, deceased, t ad all
purxuns having claims agaiusttsaid j'::tati',
even if such claims are secured by mortgage ou
real piuperly, uro hereby uotitiedto present
tho name to the undersigned, at Wuihoo, Iluud
of Maui, T. H., withfusix mouths from thti date
hereof, otherwise all claims uot ,'so presented
will bo forever burred.
S. E. Kaleikau.
WallaUu, Muui, September link, llMi.
IN THKCIKCUITC'OUHT OF THE SKCOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cham'jcrj,
lu Probate. Ia the matter of the Kstuto of
KUM K WAN, lolu of Wailuku, Lsluud.of Maui,
OKUKR OF NOTICE OF HEARINt PKTI
T.ON FOR AUMINISTRATIO;-'.
Ou Keudinic and Fillluu tho Petition of 1".uk'
l.iiiiK, of Wulluliu, Maul, ulh';,'lii'' that Kum
Kwao of Wailnlm. Maul, died iutostaVut S'ai
l.ihu, Maul, on thu i-.'nd day of August A. I.
lin .', leaving property la the Hawaiian 1:1 ,:;u :
ueci -ury lobe udmiuisten d upon, t.a.l prayiiit!
that Letters of Adm'iii.-.trutlou i.i. uo to hliuselt.
It U Ordered, that Mouduy, the '-'Ttli day cf
October A. 1. Wi. ut 10 o'l'lojk A.M., be uud
hereby U apiioluted for hearing said Petl'.lou lu
the Court Room of thisCourt at U'ailuku, Maul,
at tvhtcu time aud place all porsouscoucurued
may appear and napwcausu, if uuy they lu.ve,
why said Petition should uot be grautcd.
Da tad at Wailuku, Maul, September fth, IWW.
Hy the Court,
Seal L. K. CROOK,
Read the-MAUI NEWS
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ROAD VVACONS, CANOJ.-Y TOP
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OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
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WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
iayj! claw uwiii'iiti mvi'
Business Curry the uehfc SelfcteJ Stock for ISLAND TRADE,
Which They Offer and Srll TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
nd Terms Jluft Favorable.
Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TODACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Rest and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The Fihst National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the United States at
Washington, D. C, 1901.
W. J. LOWR1E, Pm;siDi::T W. T. ROINGON, W-a-PEsitss.T
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
CHARLES' M. COOKE and R. A. WADSWORTH, Dibkctcks,
KMicits accounts of Corporations, Finns uud Individuals.
' DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World.
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Ctnios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Muls and
Jas'ftets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quills.
Hawaiian Tapis and Koa Calabashes,. Dirds' Nest FeruWork
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt aud Careful Attention.
K. oy P. HALL RUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mi6. J. K. Kahookele, Business Munacr
No n.ii'.i com j, lcic witliout
it. At I'H'hi'S to any tub or ?4
litvd tnry, not ;t sjiray or a rinsf
but a pi'i fi'ct. sho.v'-r batli f .ir
ho.me u:s;:. J,
Sb i-.vcr ckc cotiriectioiip.
tu'oi;i, :p,-l rvi'tvt l,in c.no- rjii
ple'.e .frciybt prppaid o jujr
nearest stcamfr lniitlin.ir, Sl.H.")
CURTAINS SCO. AMD L'PVAJiPNi
p. o: Eok zn
Nkxt to St.i:i'i.k-.vai. ljrii.r.sso.