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Vote for Kuhia Bntl kill the leper
Go and bear Prince Kuhio speak
at Lahaina, tomorrow night.
There will be a practice game of
polo tt Sunnyside this afternoon.
Lovejoy & Co, are selling the cel
ebrated Manilla Anchor Lager.
The Hawaiiuns should all "kuhio"
their votes to Pn ace" Kuhio, next
The trade winds are still prevail
ing, but the weather is warm and
The iron roof of the Iao Livery
Stables is completed and the front
facade will be put at once.
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku hold
a bazaar or church fair at Alexander
Hall next Saturday evening, Nov. 8.
There will be another game of foot
ball between the Morning Stars and
Wailukus tomorrow afternoon, at
James Boyd, Superintendent of
Public Works has been o n ested on
the charge of emoezzling $1,(550 of
The final campaign speech of
Prince Kuhio atLahania tommorrow
evening will be an event of note in the
history of Lahaina.
There will be no meeting of the
Athletic Association at the Wailuku
Courthouse next Monday evening,
it having been postponed.
Pleuty of politics this week, with
strong indications for the success of
Prince Cupid and the majority of the
MAIDEN -HAIR FERNS
Mrs. G. B. Robertson
Every republican in the Wailuku
District should take off his coat and
work for Prince Kuhio and the re
publican ticket all' day next Tuesday.
Corn Fob Sali. This year's crop
Telephone or appty to
E. H. BAILEY,
Fugita, the Kihel murderer, was
shipped to Honolulu last Saturday
eveuing for safekeeping, pending his
trial at the December term m uati
The payment of taxes has locked
up a good deal of Maui's floating
capital, but the coming legislature
will diffuse, it again, all right, all
Manager Barckhauscn is planning
to start up the Proneer Mill about
t.hn loth of November, to grind the
new crop, which promises to be
There are 468 registered voters in
the Wailuku precinct, and as the
law permits the use of only three
voting booths, it will take fast work
to vote them all.
Yesterday was the last day for
the payment of taxes. If you call on
the assessor to day you must be very
nice and plausible, or he will dock
you 10 per cent extra.
Supt. Carleyof iho MaulTelephou
Co. has arranged to receive election
rcturwTl!omall the districts nn
from llonolulu,"6wtl. Tuesday night
and wjll fce.ep nea all .nighx. reeeiv
in aiitr-sivintt out returns. '
NOTICE. Ttieri9 still one tor
to let on the first flooi:IPythi.i.
JIall building, and any one riestriug ;
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
advertise the new Kodak developing
machine. This is a jrreat thing for
Maul residents, as you can develop
all your own pictures here at home,
without t.ho use of a dark room.
Prof. J. P. Looney of Lahainnluna
has favored the News with a new
poem this week, so illustrative of the
proposed winter work for the Maui
teachers, and so sweet and inspiring
in tone, that space is gladly accorded
If you want to bo sure to catch
your traiu or boat, take the mail
stage of the Iaobtaoles. lney are
always on time with clean backs, fast
horses and skilled drivers. Ring up
the Iao Stables, when you don't want
to get left.
In spite of the rain on Sunday
afteanoon, a game of football wag
played at Wells Palk, between the
Morning Stars and Wailukus,. wouby
the Stars with a score of eleven. 4u
five. Several of, tha- Wailuku. tera
The Puunene Social.
The shirt-waist 'Social given by the
Puunene Club last Saturday nltrht,
was in every way a grand success
and the blue siiirt-waisls find bl-iek
pants, won by the members of the
lub, will be remembered for som
ime to conic. The house was beautl-
ully decorated with ferns and .Tap-
iifi.se lanterns, and when the trains
rrived the boys were all r?;uly to
welcome their guests.
When nil had arrived tlipy were in
vited to teats on the lawn. facing a
emporary stage, and a nice little
ntertainment followed. Mr. T. L.
Norton opened the entertainment,
with a piano ?olo followed by a comic
song "Just Imagine That" by Mr.W.
Lougher. A recitation by Miss Min
nie Lindholm won an encore and she
returned and recited a selection from
Eugene Field. Mr. Ed. Dlnert sung
native song. There were peals of
aughter when Donald Ureen enter
ed with his knee pants and red
tockings and recited "You Could
Scarce Expect One of My Agp," iird
hen encored, returned aril make
three attempts t "Tlie Buy Soori
on the Burning Dc-k," but utter the
third breakdown lift the stage ry-
ng. Gus Tlior.en's sailor sony "F;id-
dy, Come Back has been encored
oil over the Island while the comic
song "I must go tommorrow," by
Win. Walsh was appreciated by all.
Geo. Mayiielrl, "Mayor of Goose-hill"
took the stand to give hit famous ser
mon on "Gambling," but was pre
sented with a'large bouquet of cane-
tops and a request from his Wailuku
friends to please spare them for
humauity's sake from hearing that
sermon ogam. Mr. MaytiMd h;id a
kind of en insulted look as he left the
staire; but now he says he wishes
they would do it all 'he time. The
entertainment was concludo'J by a
farce entitled "What's" in a Name"
by W. W. Wescott, Geo. Kceney and
Miss Lindholm. Mr. Wescott made
a stem looking father but he could
not stop his pretty young daughter
from falling in love with a young
writer with ink-stained callar and
cuffs, a"d after a series troubles she
uccceded iu winning her point.
After the entertainment, Mr
Norton again showed his skill on the
piano and they .all enjoyed danciug
until 12 o'clock when refreshments
were served. The way the refresh
mcnts were served showed clearly
that both Mr. Mayfield and Charley
the Chef had bad the experience in
that line, as it would be impossible to
Mr. Scott, Manager of Kihei, pro
posed three cheers for the bachelors
of Puunene which was well responded
to and in a short time the boys were
bidding their guests good-night.
The Ladies' Guild of. Wailuku an
nounce that their Annual Fair for
the benefit of the Vailuku Church
will be held on the evening of Novem
ber 8th, at Alexander House, Wai
luku. The Fair promises to be the
most attrrative of any yet given by
the Guild. There will be many hand
somely decorated booths where arti
cles of all kinds will be sold to grat
ify the wants of everybody. 'There
wiil be many beautiful articles otfer
ed for sale that will make appropri
ate gifts for Christmas, and at prices
to suit the purse of the intending
puxphaser. Those who have a sweet
tooth wtlHuid much to please them.
A fre ieaJirXfiH. run from Paia. to
take thoce of Pau, Puunene and
.Katiirtui who wish, vTfctend.
I V m .-
The Sup't. of the MaOlTehjpbode
Co. has made arrangements with tw
different urecincts of the Island.!
Maui for the full election returns ikfft
soon as they are counted and com
plete. Full returns as far as com
pleted will be jjiven at any ttae" af
ter th returns beffin to come: in.
Arrangements have also been madel
with the liepublicau Wenuquarte,
Honolulu, to get the returns f rum
the different Islands, so they wilt ' 3
ab'e to give the returns for Delgtt(te
to Congress, icside of twenty-four
IsourS after the polls close. j . i
The office will be opcu all night
Tuesday, Nov. 4th, lUOU, or uiHill ill
returns are in, and those wb(j want
to know th results can get tUem ty
communicating direct wilhj E. p.
Carley, Sup't". Maui Telephoija ,&.,
at Us office, Paia, Maid, Teleplwne
No. 299.. j j '
Makawaq Terichcrw Meeting.
The meeting of tho M. T. L. C,
postponed from its regular dale on
account f inclement weather weath
er, was held in the Makawao School,
un Monday the twentieth. Nineteen
teuclicrs were present.
After the business, Miss Crook,
who had brought a class, gave her
method of teaching reading to begin
ners. Al tor discussion of Miss Crook's
methods, Mr. Dowdle read a very in
structive psiper on "Volcanoes".
Special attention was called to the
annual convention which has been
postponed uutil the first of Decem
Prince biuhio wiil speak at La
haina next Sunday evening.
Dr. Wall, the Honolulu dentist left
Wailuku for Hana by Wednesdays
J. M. Coulsoti, travelling man 'for
McChesucy & Co. will be due on Maui
Dr. Frear, the 11 jnoluiu dentist,
was au out going pusM-uger on Hie
W. F. Ilcui.ii, g and his s'stcr-in
aw. Hi's, bturu. are registered at
Mrs. J. II. Walker and daughter
of Kahului, left last Saturday after-
uouii for a visit to Australia.
Mr. W, F. Pogue made a fljin
trip to Honolulu on Monday night,
returning Weduesduy morning.
Copt. Geo. Macdouaid of the -"Ful-
lerton" visited Wailuku on Wcdnts
day, and took iu the home-rule meet
Mi-. W. E. Devereux, travelling
for Grinbaum & Co. is looking after
the trade of his house on Maui this
Mr. R. W. Madden, of the U. S.
Postal service came over to Maui
this week, to look 'after postal
Manager 0!seu of tht Lahaiua
Store paid a brief visit to Wailuku on
Thursday, returning to Lahaina the
same day. ,
E. R. Cutting manager of the Pac
ific Vehicle & Supply Co., Honolulu
is on Maui this week, stocking up the
Mr. and Mrs. George Gibb of
Olowalu spent last Sunday nignt as
guests at the Maui Hotel, Wailuku
Cashier Chas. D. Lufkln, of the
First National Bank of Wailuku, paid
a business visit to Lahaina, during
the early part of the week.
The marriage of Miss Kate L,
Cornwell to Mr. A. A. Braymer is
annouueed for November 13, at the
Central Union Church, Honolulu.
W. E. Henuing, sugar boiler at the
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina, returned homo
from the Coast, tnis week. Mrs.
Henning will return in December,
Mr. A. W. Wise, manager of the
Paia Plantation Store, left for the
coast on the Nevadau, to recuperate
from a recent severe spell of sick
Attorney George Hons, accom
panied by his mother, arrived in Wai
luku by Wednesday's Maui, and will
immediately resume the practice of
For Delegate to Congress
. JONAH KALANIANAOLE '
For Senator, Second Senatorial
C II. DICKEY v
For Representatives, Third Rep
W. P. HAIA
S. E. KALAMA
L. von TEMPSKY
aro Fop Sole.
a quantities to suit Purchasers.
Shipped to ftll portions of the Islands.
Outiranteed to be of first-class quality
For further particulars write or ap-
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
The Governor directs tl.-ii.
be given that the following
persons have been commi .i
pectors f Election.
Islands or MAUI, MULOKAI,
LANA1 and KAHOOLAWE.
I irst Precinct, v
Wm. Not ley, E?q.,
W. Clark, Esq.,
C. N. Brewster, E.-q ,
J. H. Mahoe, Esq.,
D. McCorriston, Esq.,
Geo. Kt-kipi, E-q.,
Third Precinc t
Henry Dickenson, Esq.,
,C. V. Dudoit, Eq.,
A. Makekuu, Eq.,
Geo Kauhi, Esq.
D. Kapaku, Esq.,
Li. K. Kuluma, Eq.,
fc. Kakoobulalialii. Esq.,
il. Keaiukua, Esq ,
Keoi.i Nakihei, Esq.
Sixth Precinct --
Dr. K. W. Boole.
Moses KuuhimaLu, Esq.,
James L. Coke, Esq.,
1). Quill, Es.q.
A. C. Kiiii.ieho.o, Esq.,
J. J. Walsh,' Esq.,
G. C. Hof juard, Esq.,
Sam Kuula, Esq..
Sam Pualoa, Esq.,
Geo, Forsyth, Esq.
E. H. Kekapa, Esq.,
Noa Kamakau, Esq.,
Tenth Precinct -
W. F. Mossinan, Esq.,
J. E. Kekipi, Esq.,
Henry Long, Esq.,
J. R. Myers, Fsq ,
J. Vincent, Esq.,
D. Opunui, 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. Kaluua, Esq.,
H. W. Kahale, Esq.
. L. R. Crook, Esq.,
J. D. Uwekoolani, Esq.,
. J. K. Kunukau, Esq.
. HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, October 14th. 1902.
11N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers, In
Probate. Ij tbo matter of the Kstuto of AH
MING, lute of Kuhului, Muul, doccased.
OUDJ5R OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
COUNTS, DISTRIBUTION ANDDISCHAKGE.
Ou Reading and Filing the Fotlticm aud Ac-
ouuts of Teug Woug, Administrator of tbe
Estate of Ah Mlutf, whureia hu usks tbt the
8iime may bi examined aud rpproved, and tbnt
a Unul order may be madu of distribuUou of the
property reuiatuluK lu his hacdM to the per.-oiib
thereto eutitled, aud diseharsing lum uud bis
sureties from all further responsibility as such
It U Ordered, thut Tuesday, the 11th duy of
Nurembur A. D. 1U.W, ut ten oelock A. M., before
tbe Judge of eakl Court at the Court Room of
the Kaid Court at Wailuku, Isluud of Muul, be
aud the some Is uppolutod as the time and
pluue for bcuriug culd Petition and Accounts,
and that all pumous lutcro:.tud muy then and
there appeur and show chum', If any they have,
why tbe samo should not be grunted.
Dutod ut Wuiluku, Muul, October Ond, lWi.
By the Court,
SeulJ L. R. CROOK,
Oct. i, 11, 18, 25.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE.SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chua hers, in
Probate. In the mutter of tbe Etaloof MARIA
p STKMUKR. lutuof Wulluku.Maiii.deceusek.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI-
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
CO UNTS, DISTRIBUTION AND Dl SCH A RG E
Ou Reading uud Filing the Petition and Ac
counts of A. K. Steuder, AdmiuUtrutor of tbo
E: tutu of MurlaP. Steuder.wberein ho links that
the sume may be exumiued and approved, and
that it buul ordrrmuy bemudeot distribution of
the urouurty rumuluiug lu his bauds to the per
sons thereto entitled, uud discharging him and
bin suroiieslrom all further responsllity as such
It Is Ordered iuut Tuesday, tbo 11th day oi
November A. D. rt, ut Hio'clock A. M., before
tbo Judge of suld Court at the Court Room Of
tbe said Court at Wailuku, Island of Muul, be
aud the uuinc hereby is appointed us the lime
uud plueo fur uoarlug said. Petition uud Ac
counts, and thul all persons Interested may then
und there appear and show cuu-ie, If any they
hue, by Ibc same sbol1 tint lie granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Muul, Octulwr 2nd, 1U04.
By the Court,
I Seal J
L. H. CROOK,
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HARNESS $12.00 LP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
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OUR TERMS THE EASIEST,
P. R. ISENBERG, President,
Chas. F. Herrick
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Washington,. D. C. 1901. j
CHAS. M. tUJhl!., irUESlnENT,
C. D. LUFKIN, CAgiUEa.
LINDSAY and. R. A.
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms, and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of the World,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhu'a.Hats, Mats and
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts, t
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa CalabEihcs, .Birds-Nust-Eera Wprk,a .f
Such as Napkin Rings, etc..
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Kecoivo Prompt
or P. HALL BUILDING
Mrs. J K. Kahookclt,
SHOWER ,YOKli S
No Bath completu wilhou
it. Attaches to any tub
lavatory, not a spray or a ring
but a perfect shower bath for
Shower Yoke connections,
tubing, a'.:J. everything com
plete , freight prepuid to your
nearest steamer landing, $J 27
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'P.
Corner Union and Hotel Streets ft
P. O. Box 7'4, Honolulu, H. T fejj?
?.,7"S !N STCK, $23 AND IT.
P. O. Box 2$
Carriage Co., Lt'd,
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tud Careful Attention. .
erft. absent., - -
Oct. i, 11,