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Engs are very scarce and rank us
uxurks on Maui.
Lovejoy & Co. have some more of
that prime table claret 1-ft.
For the most elegant rig in town,
rin up thu Bismark Stables.
The Honolulu steamers were a day
late this work, owing to the election.
Don't torget the Ladies' Bazaar to
be held at Alexander House, tonight
Fine weather and a full vote were
the leading features of election day
Cane is fast ripening on Maui aud
the mills will soon be started on the
Taxes became delinquent Nov. 15,
and not Nor. 1, us stated lnadver
tenlly, last week.
Admiral Beckley published some
"hot" letters in the Advertiser, from
his Maui admirers.
No one in Wailuku seems to regret
the sad fate of Oily Bill White, in the
recent political landslide.
Things have been humming in Wai
luku this weck: a:id the town is full
of visitors and business men.
Jf you want to buy taro, write to
A. N. Hayselilen, Lahaina', who has
it for sale by the bag or the ton.
Now that the political light is over,
get down to business and order your
Job Work at the News Job O.'lice.
With the present complexion of
the legislature, a county seat and a
new schoolbouse are in sight for Wai
Co. I. N. G. II., have secured the
use of the new Iao Stables for a
drill shed. This will make a hand
some drill yard.
Shipping is quite dull at all the
Maui ports at present, and will not
revive till the new sugar crop is
ready to be moved.
Warmj showery weather on cen
tral and East Maui is doing its good
work on the cane, which means lots
of sugar this season.
The republicans celebrated their
victory ou Maui by an impromptu
but jolly luau at the Court House on
Republican Headquarters at the
Maui Hotel, which has been the scene
of much genuine enthusiasm for the
past few days has been closed.
The painters and carpe.iters are
1 at work on the front of the Iao
Stables, which already begins to
present an imposing appearance.
Corn For Sale. This year's crop.
Telephone or apply to
E. M. BAILEY,
MAIDEN HAIR FERNS FOR
Mrs. G. B. Roheutson.
Now would be just the right lime
to set out mango ana alligator pears
for which thero arc room for hun
dreds of trees in the door yards of
The atteulioti of our new represen
tatives is respectfully called to the
crying need for a wagon road from
Hueloto Nuhiku, also a tourist road
up Iao Valley.
The Ladies Aid Society of Maka
wao hold a bazaar sale at the resi
dence of Mr. H. P. Baldwin at
Spreckelsville next Friday ever.ing,
Honolulu mail arrived on Wednes
day evening at nine, and vras dis
tributed at once, quite an '.nuovution
on the ordinary methods, which was
Oil fuel is becoming popular . on
Maui, ana as soon as the difficulties
in its application as a heat producer
are mastered, it will ontirely super
sede the use of coal.
NOTICE. Therw is still one Horn
to let on the first floor of Pythuu
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
Work is Hearing completion on the
Lahaina water system, and the time
is near at hand the people of the
palm-tree town will not have to go
dry, even if two or three saloons are
If you want to be sure to catch
your train or boat, take the mail
stage oi tne laobtaUes. ihey are
alwayi on time with clean hacks, fast
horses and skilled drivers. Riug up
the Iao Stables, when you don't want
to get left. ' '
A Splendid Victory.
A uew Kamehumeba has nrisep in
the person of Prince Jonas Kuhio
Kaianianaole, and Wilcox who
recently styled himself a Napoleon,
lias met his Waterloo.
Although Muui does not show us
larye a relative majority for the re
publican ticket as do Oubu nnd Ha
waii, yet it must be remembered that
Maui Is the boosted stronghold of
U'ileoxism, uud to have won even a
small maj irity here means a very
uronounecd victory. But the best re
sult of thp campaign on Maui has
been the election of a republican sen
ator and five out of six represent
atives. The six representatives on
the republican ticket lead five of the
home rulers by a safe distance, but
Fred Beckley led his ticket by a large
vote, and stands number three on the
list elected. L. Von Tempsk fell
only a few votes short of victory,
which is to be sincerely regretted, as
he would have made a very valuable
man in the house.
Maui mny well congratulate itself
on the class of republicans whom it
has elected to the legislature. They
are all bright men, and have made a
eleun tight, winning on merit. It Is
sincere source of regret that Fred
Beckley is elected, not only because
he Joes not represent the intelligent
element on Maui, but ulo because lie
injected so much venom and mud
slinging into his light. Some of his
chickens will come homo to roost,-
when he takes his seat in the house.
To W. F. Pogue, the manager of
the Maui campaign, the highest
credit is due for the splendid general
ship he displayed in the arrangement
of the details for a successful light.
But no less credit is due to tho can
didates themselves and tho corps of
republican workers throughout the
Iu this connection, a neat bit of
strategy was attempted by the home
rulers which proved partially suc
cessful, especially on Molokai.
When Wilcox was last in Wailuku
he announced from the platform that
rumors would be spread just before
the election that he was dead but
that his friends must pay no attention
to such rumors and vote for him dead
or alive. No particular attention
was paid to this until such a message
actually reached Wailuku. It was
strongly denied at republican head
quarters, and as Dearly as could be
learned it was John Richardson who
spread the rows. At first it wrs
believed that he did so for a purpose,
but it was afterwards learned that
lie was duped by a message from
Lahaina. No particular harnj was
done on Maui by tho report, but
Oily Bill White flipped over to Molo
kai aud spread the report there
coupled with the half veiled hint that
he had beea abducted and murdered
by the republicans. The news spread
like vvildlire, and a safe Iwo-lhirds
majority for the Prince was cut down
to the figures given. Judge John
Kalua, who had been personally con
ducting the fight on Molokai, ftnd
had established a very satisfactory
condition of effairs, tried in vain to
correct the rumor, but Oily Bill,
who is an adept at such matters, had
done his work so thoroughly and
neatly that time was uot left to
correct it. , .
From a tabulation of the votes of
all the Islands, .Prince Kuhio' s maj
ority is 1921. The senate will stand
10 straight republicans, and 5 others,
which include Wood and Kaiue both
good mem The House will stand 20
straight republican and 10 others
This gives the republicans a good
working majority in both houses.
Card ol Thanks.
The undersigned extends courteous
and hearty thanks to his many
friends on Maui, Molokai and Lanai
whose suffrages placed his name at
the head of tho republican represen
tative list, in the Third Representa
Makawao L. A, 6. Bazaar.
Tbe. Makawao Ladies Aid Society
will hold its aunual sale at Mr. H. P.
Baldwin's residence at Sureckelsvillo
on Fiiday evening Nov. 14th.
The ladies interested have been
bard at work and promise iu the
fancy work line good substantial
articles at reason able prices. Some
of the use to which the money from
these sales has been put, are paying
for the church organ and piano and
kec pir.g them iu repair, church hymr
books, Sunday School chairs, church
dishes, paying for two assistant
Kintergarden teachers annually, as
sisting the Japanese minister each
month and donations continually foi
The following is a list of the booths
& tables at the coming Bazaar and
he ladies in charge of each.
Fancy work Mrs. F, W. Hardy
Mrs. B. I). Baldwin.
Dolls Mrs. S. E. Taylor.
Fish Pond Mrs. Watcrhouse-Mis
Post, Office Mrs. J. J. Hair.
Fortune Telling Mrs. J as. Scott
Handkerchiefs-Mrs. W. S. Nichol
Neck ties Mrs. E. U. Carley.
Japanese gardenMrs. D. C. Liud
'say The Misses Smith
Lemonade Mrs. W. O. Aiken.
Candy Mrs. F. F. Baldwin-Mrs.
H. A. Baldwin.
Ice cream & cake Mrs. H. P. Bald
win Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky.
Cookies Miss Til ton.
Free trains will run from Wailuku
and Paia and everyone is cordially
invited. There will be no admission
Change of Management.
Mr. Ed. Boukofsky has been ap
pointed to succeed Mr. A. G. Dicken.-
as manager of Lovejoy A Co.s whole
sale liquor store at Wailjku, nnd he
assumed the management last Satur
day. Mr. Boukofsky is a live business
man, and will build up a paying bus
iness for this popular house. Mr.
Boukofsky also belongs to the class
of business men who are a help to a
town, and his advent in Wailuku is a
welcome addition to our town.
Devereux, of Grinbaum & Co., left
Lahaina this morning for Honolulu.
W. F. Pogue left for Kula yester
day and will shortly go on toNahiku.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Perkins left for
Honolulu by this morning's Cleudine.
A. G. Dickins has resigned the
managership of Lovejoy & Co., Wai
De'egave Kuhio gives a grand luau
at Honolulu this evening, to celebrate
Mr. C. H. D. Smith, formerly of
the HobronDrug Co., Honolulu, is on
Maui this Week.
Chauncy Miles, who has been away
for some months, returned to Wai
laku this week.
Thos. K. Pa spent several days in
Wailuku this week, leaving for Peahi
on Thursday morning.
Wm. Green of M. Phillips & Co.,
ciinic over on Thursday to restock
his Maui customers.
Ed. N, Boukofsky came over last
week to take charge of Lovejoy &
Co.'s liquor store at Wailuku.
Rev. S. Knpu of Lahaina was
amoutr his Wailuku friends this week,
exchanging congratulations on the
result of the election.
Mrs. C. C. Perkius came over from
Honolulu by Wednesday's Claudine,
to join her husband, who has been on
Maul for the past two weeks.
Mr. D. H. Lewis, the head of the
firm of Lovejoy & Co., Honolulu
came over on Thursday's Maui, to
fpeud several days iu Wailuku..
Judge John W. Kalua, who spent
several days ou Molokai, aud render
ed excellent service to the tepublican
party, returned to Wailuku on Wed
nesday. Thomas Clark informs the News
that he proposes spend the balance
of his days in an attempt to success
fully cultivate the succulent taro at
Geo. W. R. King, of the Auditor's
office in Honolulu is making an offi
cial tour of Maui, for the purpose of
exporting the books of our public of
ficials. Henry S. Crocker, George Tourny
and A. Kains, three San Franciscan
capitalists, are visiting Maui, to look
iuto the financial future of our sugar
W. J. Dyer and A. II. Wagner,
travelling men for San Fraucisco
houses, touched at Wailuku last Sat
urday morning from Hawaii, aud left
for Honolulu the same afternoon.
VlctorS. Clark of Washington, is
visiting the Inlands for the purpose
of reporting to congress on labor
conditions in Hawaii. He has been
on the Islands for the past three
months and has already visited all of
the Islands except Maui. He reach
ed Wailuku On Thursday, aud will re
malu, here for the next week..
With Keliinol in the House, 6ome
hope is felt that the edueatu rial in
tircf Is of Maui v, ill pro, erly
The advent of capitalists and in
vestors on tho l-lands mny tte ex
pected as soon as I lie good m w
reaches the con-it.
Th next legislature contain. .,
t to -thirds majority in both Lni'.v;..
a id will hnvr Uoveri-or Dele at their
iu rry in the in.it I:t of ve I '.
Tho iiiyiiiiiciit in the niii'iflatm..'
case of Auditor Anslii. was In mil i n
Tiuirs day in Honolulu and the de
cision was probably rem le red yester
day. The democrats will probably In- as
reluctant to recognise home ru.ers
two years hence, as the home rulers
were to recognue democrats at this
With the reasonable certainly of
the county seat at Wailuku, should
come the final want of the Nkb, a
drugstore, and the thinir is now
It is rumored thut either W. O.
Smith or .1. G. Pratt will accompany
Delegate Kuhio to congress as scre
lary. Either ota would do good work
Supt. Carley of the Maui Telephone
Co. deserves credit for the prompt
and efficient manner iu which he re
ceived and sent out election returns
last Tuesday night.
Delegate Wilcox will go to Wash
ington this winter, possibly to push
the leper bill, but Theresa proposes
to remain in Honolulu and Mark
Hanna the legislature. '
Nigel Jackson, who was arrested
in connection with the bnrning of the
Friel residence was discharged, and
immediately rearrested on swoin
complaint making the same charge.
The liana Precinct Republican
Club have covered themselves with
glorv for the gallant fight they made
In tne face of strong home rule odds,
completely reversing the results of
two years ago.
The San Juan News, published at
San Juan, Porto Kico,contains a long
letter of complaint signed by 500
Porto Ricans o' Hawaii, in which they
allege harsh treatment by the au
thorities aud the plantation lunts.
Taro Fop Sale.
fn 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. HAYSELDEN,
Tel. 220, . Lahaina, Maui
PIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Huwutl. At Cbamboro, iu
Probate. Iu the matter of the Edtuto or AH
MING, late of KuUulul, Muui, duueu'd.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
COUNTS, DISTRIBUTION AND DISC U A RO E.
Ou Reudiug and Filiug tbe Petition uud Ac
couutj of Tcug Woug, Administrator ol the
Estate ol Ah Mlntf, wucrolu be inks tbt tbe
sume may ba t'xumjned aud approved, and tbut
a tluul order may be made ot distribution of the
property remaining la hi buuds to tho pori-on
thereto entitled, aud discharging him und bit.
sureties from all further responsibility us such
It is Ordered, that Tuesday, tho 11th day of
November A. I). 10tB!, at ten oc-loek A. M., before
the Judge of sulci Court at the Court Room of
the nald Court at Wailuku, Isluud ot Maul, be
and tbe same i8uppoiuted us the time and
place for heurtug suid Petition aud Accounts,
and that all persona Interested may theu aud
there uppeur aud show oatuso, ifany they have,
why the sumo should uot be granted.
Luted at Wailuku, Muui, October 2nd, IlX.
Uy the Court,
Seal L. R. CROOK,
Oct. 4, II, 18,25.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHEISECOND
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Cbaa bera. In
Probata. In the matter of the Estate oi MARIA
P. STENDER, lutoof Wulluku, Maul, deccasok.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC
COUNTS.DISTRIUUTION AND DISCHARGE.
On Road lug r.nd Fillug the Petition and Ac
count of A. K. Slender, Admiuistrutur of tho
Estate of MarluP. Steuder, wherein hu usks that
the aame may be examined uud approved, aud
thai a Uual ordermay be mude of distribution of
the property remaining in bis bauds to the per
rons thereto eulltled, and discunrgiug hiiu and
Ills uuretlottfrom all furthur respousiUty as'sucb
It la Ordered tuut Tuesday, tbe 11th day ot
November A. D. IWtt, ut in o'clock A. M., before
tbe Judge of auid Court at the Court Room Of
tbe auld Court at Wailuku, Island of Maul, be
and the aume hereby is appointed us tbe time
and pluee for bearing aukl Petition and Ao-
nnmi!,nd that all pcruotu Interested uii thcu
aud there appear and sliow cause, if any they
have, why the aume should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, October Aid, luus.
By tbe Court,
I Seal 1 L. R. CROOK,
Oct., 11, 18.S&.
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ROAD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP &
TWO SCAT WAGONS "
HARNESS . $12.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST, 1
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISENBERG, President.
Chds. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lfd.
125 Merchant Strekt, Honolulu, Next to Stasgenwald Buii.ptko.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry toods and General Merchandise
" Busiuess Carry the best Selected Slock for ISLAND TRAD.
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for, LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT"
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Orders Will Receive tbe Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First National Bank
Incorporated under the Laws of the United States at
Washington, D. C, 1901.
CHAS. M. COOKE, Pbesident W. T. ROBINSON, VicK-PmsiDEXt
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
I). C LINDSAY and R. A. WADSWORTH, Dikectous,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals,
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all-Parts of the World .
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths,. Lauhala Hats, Mats and
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture and Hawaiian Quilts. I
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern.Workr
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. of P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs. K K. Kah.ookele, Business Manager
No Uh'i complete without
it. Altac!n'S t any tub or
lavatory, n it ;i spray or a riuy;
but a pei feet shower bath fr
Shower Yi'ke connection!!,
tubing, and everything cra,i
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nearest s'e-t'Mcr lapdiny, $1 '2a
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