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The town is full of drummers this
The Maui Board of Registration
will probably conclude their labors
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku wilt
hold a bazaar entertainment at
Alexander Hall on 'November 8.
See the new and novel Kinetoscop-
ic exhibition on Market street. It
is both interesting and amusing.
The Pioneer Plantation at Lahaina
; ispushing- the construction of ditches
ta utilise the waters leased on north
Don't forget the first football game
of the season at Wells Park tomor
row afternoon. It will be a novelty
- well worth seeing.
' The Nevadan arrived in Kah'ului
harbor Monday morning with ala'i ge
assortment of general freight and
merchandise for Maui.
Prince Kuhio, who was billed V
speak at the Skating Rink topight,N
went on Honolulu ' from Hawaii
this morning's Clnudine.
; Corn For Sale. This year's crop.
'Telephone or apply to
E. H. BAILEY,
.'The Annual Convention of the
keaehers of Maui has been posponed
from next Monday, to December l,at
vhieh time it will be htld at Wailuku;
YlXlDEN HAIR PERNS FOR
Mrs. G. B. Robertson.
A A'&te for VVilcox this fall means
a vote for dead and buried issues; a
vote ftir Prince Kuhio means a vote
for the best interests of the Hawai
ians. , .
John Kawai nOw brings 'his poi and
. imued chicken to the post Office
every 'morning, so as to be ' able to
distHiljute the mails promptly, be
tween bites. - -;
-. Mr. Chas.M.Cooke of Hoho'lulu has
accepted, the presidency of 't'he First
National Bank of'Waiiukti, and Mr.
TJ. C. Lindsay of Paia lias'been elect
ed a director.
Look over the new ads 'Of our en
' terprising local merchants this week.
' You won't find any, but that is not
.1 I . 1 . . 1 - XT W . .
T.I10 laull VI MlO 1EVVB. XUU MUI'lljr
'can't wake 'em up. - , ,.
The combined effect of 'b -'promise
' ot big sugar crops on Maui, and an
advance in the price of sugar next
'"" year aro casting rose-tinted colors
ouqur business outlook.
The travelling men 'for Honolulu
houses say that they find the staple
lines of business reasonably active on
- .Maui, but they nvss and sigh for the
creamy days of two year ago.
Road Overseer John Kinney is
putting the beach road io fine shape,
and cleaning out the roadside brush
'.'between the beach and the depot
Tais was a much needed improve
ment. " '
"Tho Expert Dentists" have the
' largest and only up-to date "ndvertis
iug dental office in Honolulu, and
they are turning out daily as good
. Dentistry as nan be produced. See
ad. on page 2.
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.
The News Job Office received a
large stock of job stationery by the
Nevadan this week. Letter Heads
linen and rag), Envelopes, Cards,
i-Rill Heads, Staudard and Fancy
Paper. Send in your job orders.
We have been having Wailuku
weather all this week, soft breezes,
i' halmv da vs. deliclouslv cool and re-,
freshing starlight nights, the "liiost
"charming weather in fact of nny
' place in the Polynesian group. Sa
moa not excepted.-. , - '
If you want to be sure to catch
your train :or boat, take the inaK
' stage of the Iao Stables. They are
' always on time with clean hacks,
fast horses and skilled drivers. Ring
j'up the lab Stables, when you do'ni
want. to get left. ( . .
' Of course you don't drinkj'vbut if
j you want something first' ol ass to
keep in the pantry, m '6aSo the
children should get eickj rjjig up
Lovejoy & Co., coruA 'b? Plaint and
t' Market streets, a&J order a.Jtottle
: J. HCUTTtK whiikey, becau&s it
t. is the ' best and purest .whiskey oh
the market, for famiTy piirpcses.
18 to 9 tells how the Wailuku mar
ried men handed. out baseball to the
Lahaina contingent Inst Sunday. But
it was a good and interesting game.
If the Lahaina men had remcmbere:
to bring alonjj a third base man, the
Vcjre would probably have read
differently. Dr. Booto and Gene
McCafin irtapired, and George Schra
der k'fept SCore.as follows:
Wailuku '61010128 118
Lahaina 0 0-2 2 1 0 0 4 0- I
At the close of the game, the Lah
aina boys Vefro 'entertained at an
elborate luau tendered to them by
the Wailuku team, at the residence
of W. IT. Kilig. The luau was a iollv
affair, to winch Dave Meyet contri
buted much. life and "spirits."
It is understood that a Lahaina
picked, team aro to challenge the.
married men of Wailuku to play a,
game at Lahaiua thortly, and the
Wailuku boys have agreed to accept
the challenge. It ought to be a hot
otlootball is all the rage in Wailuku
how, and the two teams which ure to
pluytt Wells Park next Suiuhiy
afternoon aro practicing dailv for
the'coining game, while punls, drop
kWV.s, tackles and flying wedges arc
the s.ile touie.s of discussion lliis
week. Both teams are cum nosed of
rtWTfT)wer of Wailuku's young ath
letes and a sWift and hot game may
be expected, though of course a some
what raw one, as the boys are just
learning "tlio guine. Lahaina promises
a football teati?, and if Kah ului comes
to the frtttit, u four-team league can
be arranged for the winter.
The line up of the two teams to
play rext Sunday is as follows:
L. R. Crook
W. R Booto
C. Crow ell
The polo contingent on Maui are
practicing steadily, and will send a
strong team to.HouoIb.lu. They will
practice this afternoon, and every
Saturday afternoon, and possibly
every Wedenesday afternoon ie i-weeu
now and Thanksgiving. The per
sonnel of the team which "trees to
Honolulu is as follows:
H. A. Baldwin 1
G. V. Wilbur H
Frank Baldwin 3
L. von Tempeky (Capt.) 4
W. O. Aiken, sub.
Japanese Woman Murdered.
Momono, a Japanese woman, was
stabbed to death iu the cane fields at
Kihei on Thursday morning, by a
panese man'named Fugita.
The woman, who was married in
Japan to one Ichi, had promised -Fu
gita that she .would desert her hus
band aud marry him, and gave him a
written promise that be might kill
her if she did not keep her word.
The Japanese luna missed . the
woman when the gang came in at
11:30, aud went to look for her. He
found her dead, stabbed through the
heart,-with several o'her slashes
about the throat.
Fugita, tho murderer, started to
Wailuku, presumably to givo hlnself
up to Lhe authorities. Ho was fol
lowed by the Japanese watchman at
Kihel,who overtook him on tho road,
aud turned him over to a policeman
A corotiers' jury was held at Ki-
hei last night, and they found sub
stantially the above facts.
Mr. George 11. Curtis is visiting
Maui as mdnager of a high gride
KiuetosOph-. Exhibition, and is- iocut
ed on Market street opposite Love
joy & Co; where ho will give a scries
of exhibitions for the next few days.
The pictured scenes are a choice
selectionud are well mounted and
showu farming a very attractive ex
hibition ; ,
When the season in Wailuku is flu
ished, ,Jlr. Curtis will exhibit his
Kinenoscopic Views at tho differeut
plantations, giving at each plantation
th? full set of views, the whole coui,
prising a two hours' entertainment
full cf vivid interest, will worth see,"
Read tHe"MjUr NEWS
Souvenir "FRIEND" Edition.
Work is well under way for the
publication of New Year Scuvenir
edition of the "Friend," the staunch
old missionary periodical published
since the time '"when the man run
neth ttot to the contrary," iu Hon
olulu. Tln 'edition L- to celebrate the
sixtieth anniversary of the estab
lishment y)f 'the American Board in
184H, and is to be known as the
'American fioard Edition." The
crucial dates to be emphasized ure
1824, the establishment of the first
Hawaiian mission 1843, the founding
of the American Bdard, and 1003.
Under the able ruttorialship of Theo.
Richards, the ground will be well
covered, both from a i'iiltgiou3 and
secular standpoint, and it 'is a rich
field for exploitations. Many valuable
CJiitributiops from able and exper
ienced writers will grace the columns
of the Souvenir edition," which will lie
extended fur beyond it normal si'fce,'
to ihs.ke room for them.
Tliis edition, w hieh will consist of:
many thousand copies, will be elabor
ately illustrated, the cover page be-
ng in colors, designed by Allen Duun
of Honolulu, 'and rpuresentinr a
whaler, typicuTof the old-lime fleets,
casting iin anchor iu a land-locked
harbor, in the light ol tne setting
sun, typical of the tre'iid of the mis
sions. Tropical foiiage shows the
laud to be one of the Isluuus of the
The interior of the edition will con
tain mtny portraits and illustrations
in bltu;k and white, and its uppeur-.
linni iv rliLlfwl f.ii tl,u Vtu V...... I
On last Monday, October 20, n
attempt to burn Mauhaolu Seminary
was made by two girls, pupils who
had entered the school at the begin
ning of the present year, never hav
ing attended the sch6ol before. The
fire was discovered by oiie of the
teachers and extinguished in time to
prevent serious loss.
Grand Exhibition of Moving
Market St. opposite Lovejoy & Co.
Series of Short Shows
Change of Pictures Every Two
. Days Durtng the Season
The Following Interesting Pictures
Shan-rock and Columbia Boat Race
Great English Stag Hunt i
Prince Henry Visiting America
Coronation of King Edward VII
La Pierre After Eruption
and a large series of
Interesting & Mirth Making Pictures
DON'T MISS THE SHOW
Admission 15 cents
Open Every Evening
"For'feleote to Congress
For Senator,. Second Senatorial
c, ii. Dickey.
For Representative, Third Rep
W. P. HAIA
S. E. KALAMA
S. KEL1INOI ' T
L. vox TEMPSKY
Taro F6r Sale.
In quantities to suit Purchasers. 1
Shipped to all portiousf the Islands.
Guaranteed to be of firt,t;cla'ss quality
, . ' -V i M '
For further particulars wrte or ap-
piy to ( ,
A. X H A YSriLDKN,
European Kinetoscope Co.
The Governor directs that notice
be given that the following nnmed
persons have been commissioned In
i pectors of Election.
Islands of MAUI, MOLOKAI,
LANAI and KAIIOOLAWE.
Wm. Notley, Esq.,
V. Clarlf, Esq.,
C. N. Brewster, Esq.,
J. 11. AJ alloc, Esq.,
D. MeCorriston, Esq.,
Geo. Ki kipi, Esq.,
lieniy Dickenson! Esq.,
C. V. Dudoil, E-q.,
A. Makeliau, Esq.,
Geo Kauhi, Esq.
D. Kapuku, E?q.,
L. K. Kaiuuia, Esq.,
S. Kalioohalahal.v. Esq.,
iveoiii Jaklliel, Esq.
Lr. Pi. V. Boote.
'MoSes Kuuhimahu, Esq.,
James L'. Coke, Esq.,
D. Quiil, Eq.
A. C. Kun;el.o.o, Esq.,
J. J. Walsh, Esq.,
G. C. Hofijaurd, E-q.,
Sam Kuula, Esq.,
Sam Pualoa, Esq.,
Ninth Precinct ,
Geo. Forsytli, Esq.
E. H. Kekapa, Esq.,
Noa Kamakau, Esq.,
W. F. Mossman, Esq.,
J. E. Kekipi, Esq.,
Henry Loug, Esq.,
J. II. Myers, Fsq , '
J. Vincent, Esq., .
D. Opunui, Esq.,
Twelfth Precinct j
Chas. Haui, Esq.,
D. W. Napihaa, Esq.,
G. W. Kawahamae, Esq.,,
, -Fi Wittrock, Esq.,
G. W. Kauhane, Esq.,
B. K. Kaiwiaea, Esq.,
J. K. Piimanu, Esq.,
P. M. Kaluna, Esq.,
II . vV'. I'ahalC, Esq.
L. Fv. Crook, Esq.,
J. D. Uwekoolani, Esq.,
J. K. Kunukau, Esq. :
HENRY E. COOPER,
'Secretary .of the Territory.;
Capitol, Honolulu.October 14t 1902;
i'IN THE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THK SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Huwuil. At Chambere, iu
Probatu. In tho matter of tho Estuto of AH
MING, lute of Kuhulul, Muul, deccusfd.
ORDER Otf NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC-
Ou Reudiu uud Flllug tho ViMltiou uud Ac
counts of Tenx Woug, AduituUtrutor of the
Estate of Ah M lug, wlierciu ho usks -thut the
sumo muy be exumined und approved, and thut
a Unitl order muy be made ct distribution of the
property roiuuluing in uiu lunula to tlie purHon
tueroto eutitiea, uud uisohurnlng him nnd hi
sureties from all further resiwuslblllty a such
It 1j Ordered, thut Tuesday, the 11th day of
November A. D. ut ten oulock A. M., before
the Judge of ku id Court at the Court Room of
tho utd Court at Wailuku, iHluud of Muui, le
uud the Hume Is uppoluted us the time aud
place fur heai-lug snitt Petition ami AecouutK,
and thut all ie'rou lntcreHled may then aud
there appear add aliow chum-, If uuy they huve,
why the sumo akould uot bo gruuted.
1' Ua ted at Wailuku, Muui, October 4ud, I'.Kti.
Uy the Court,
Seal L. R. CROOK,
Oct. 4, 11, 18,23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chan be. In
Probate. Iu iho mutter of the Estate of MARIA
P. 8TENUER, lutoof Wailuku, Maul, deceusek.
ORDEH.OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL iC-
COUNTS.OISTUIBUTION AND D1SCHARG E.
Ou Readlug uud Filing the Petition and Ac
count of A. K. Btender, AdmtnUtrator of the
Enlate of MarluP. Steuder,whereln he uk thut
the uunemay lMt.exuintu.ed uud approved, and
thut a Huul oilermuy be made of diHtributiou of
the property remululug lnhlu bauds to tho per
soua thereto entitled, uud discharging him uud
hut uunjltfes r rom all further respousility aaauch
Administrator. ' '
It ts Ordered tuut Tucudiiy, .the 11th day oi
Noveirbor A. D. 1MM, at luo'eloi'i A. M., before
the Judge ef uuid Court at the LVurt Room of
tho aaid Court ul Wailuku, Isluui u'. Maul, be
aud the name hereby la appointed an the time
aud plaoa for heariug su'd Pelil'on and Ao
oouou.and thut ull persona intertwtrd may thefc
uud there appear aud hIiow vuuhk, -if uuy tht
have, why the sumr aliould not be g'rnntid.
DuteeV'at Wailuku. 'aui, Oetobot fid lumi. r-
By the Court. '.' .1 j
ISeul) 1.. R. CROiK, 1
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X" ma tes'-
SAVF YOU '1Vfv, AIL SIZES IN STOCK, $23 AND IP.
'MONUMENTS & HtnUbTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRFOn, DESIGNS AND PRICES.
PQ. W. ' '174-176180 KING St., HONOLULU
ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
SURREYS, .. . " $140,
TWO SEAT WAdONS ? ' $95.
TOP BIIGGIC.S li " i $90.
PHAETONS $14 C. '
BRAKES ' A j Tv. v$32.d0 Si
HARNESS $12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST, !.-
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,;, si', .
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST. ; - - .
P. R. ISENBERG, President. -
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 Mehchant STttEf.T, Honolulu, Next to Stanoenwald Buildiko. i
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry,. Goods and General Merchandise !
, Busiuess Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE '-'i
i Which They Offer and Se'll TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices auJ Terms Most Favorable. j
We !Fear No Competltiofi !
S6LE AGENTS, for LITTLE JOKLU and CROSS CUT
,' , TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES. j
Orders Will Receive tie Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The -First National Bank
Incorporated untcr tho
Washingtcn, D. C, 1901.
CHAs3. M. COOKIE, Fbesidext.. . ..
i : i '. C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
"D. C LINDSAY and R. A. WADSWORTH, Directous,
Solicits accoiir.ts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals. j
DRAWS "EXCHANGE on ull-Parts of the World.
THE :AlALU BAZAAR;
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory WreathyJLauhala Hat, Mats and
Ijda-ets of Hawaiian Manufacure.r.r.d Hawaiiai;t?y'('ts. s j
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa CalalasheSj Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkl.i Rings, etc. j
We Also Tleceive Articles on Consignments. . . '.
. Order Will Iftb?iw;jfe':"oA,?t and CareM Attentlcn , j ji
K. o- E. HALL BUILDING y WAILUKU, )lAp
tiki Cj ftuslnests Manager'
No. Hath complete without jjf
it. Attaches to any tub or Vjj
lavatory, not a spray or a finy
but a nerfect shower bath for
. . i. . - , -it,
i Shower Voko connections.
tubing, and everything com
plcto , freight prepaid to your W
nearest steamer landing, $1 2.") A
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD. f
Corner Union and Hotel Streets 'fj.
P. O. Dox 784, Honolulu, H. T Vji
i m f
CURTAINS $90. AND L'PVVARl'h
J. P. O. Box 1?a
Ltnvs of the -Urtitod States a.
W. T. ROBINSON, Vics-Pessiuext