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i Ping Pong is becoming the fad at
the Maui Hotel.
, Showery weather has prevailed on
central Maui this week.
Local news of startling interest "is
distressingly scarce this weok.
.- An extra session of the .territorial
ssnato has been called for Noy. '20.
Tho Houolulu grand jury is inve.sti
gatjng the case of James H. Boyd.
Shipping matters are quite dull
and uneventful at Kahului this week.
President Roosevelt has fixed Nov.
j27, a week from next Thursday, us
A wagon road connecting liana
,and Wailuku is a certainty, within
the next two years.
The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii is
more active than for any lime during
the past twenty years.
, If you want the right kind of a rig
at the- rigdt kind of a price call ou
Gus. Schumann, Lt'd.
Now is about the time for our local
merchants to shape up their Christ
' mas ads. for the New s.
By ollicial count it is learned that
l5arisof Hawaii has uiaien Desha
'for the set.aie, by oue vote.
'.-It would be a good idea for our
'young men to organize a series ot'
'evening hops lor the winter.
' An organized effort should be made
by the citizens' of Wailuku to en-
courage the plantiug of ornamental
hado and fruit trees throughout the
Tburstou and his monied friends
Bhould have investigated the propos
ition of a railroad connecting Wai
luku and Lahaina.
Wailuku should adopt a no fence
law. The town would look better
without fences, which are simply rel
ics of the barbarous ages.
George King of the Auditor's office
in Honolulu has finished his expert
iug on central Maui, aud so far has
found everything straight.
Fred Wood, the notorious convict
; from Maui, made another attempt to
escape from the Honolulu prison, but
was easily recaptured.
-; Corn For Sam. This year's crop
Telephone or apply to
E. II. BAILEY, -Makawao.
; The Morning Stars have finally sent
" a'written acceptance of tbe challangc
' of the Waikapus to p'ay ball at Wells
Park,but it is probable too late now.
Many Japanese stubbornly ' refuse
, to pay their taxes, although able to
do so. Pity they cannot be compel
led to work it out on the roads, in
striped suits, if necessary.
Fob Sale Cueap. An elegant
pha3ton (canopy top), practically as
good as new. For price and particu
lars, apply to
MAUI NEWS. '
r Mr. Smith, who was investigating
Hbe proposition ofja drugstore at
Wailuku1 has abandoned the idea.and
returned to Honolulu.' This leaves a
good opening for a live druggist with
' NOTICE. There is still one stor
'to let on the first floor of Pytbiuu
Hall building, and any oue desiring
"''to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER.
An elopement of a Porto Rican lad
' and a Portuguese girl caused a slight
" ripple this week. The couple were
' arrested and to escape the righteous
magisteiial wrath of Judge McKay
sought refuge in matrimony,
The Makawao Ladies' Aid Society
Bazaar, at the residence of Hon. H.
' P. Baldwiu, Puunene.last night, was
! a brilliant andsuccessful affair, a
more detailed account of which will
be given in next week's issue.
If you want to be sure to ci
your train or lioa't, take the roafil
stage of the Iao, Stables. They are
always on time'vVitb clean hacks, fast
horses and skilled drivers. King up
the Iao Stables, when you dou't want
to get left. ,
Convocation Week of the Episcopal
Church on the Hawaiian Islands be
ghis at Honolulu ipmorrw, wrthttVa
. enthronement of the Rt, Rev.Henry
'' B. Restarick asBishopf HonohiV
An interesting program p. exercise.
, "'tis been prepared tn- next Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Trees Fop Vnlluku.
Mr, C. B. Wells, manager of the
Wailuku Sugar Co. has set. an exam
ple which every Wailukan should fol
low, in the matter of beautifying and
enriching our town with a wealth of
ornamental and fruit bearing t'rees.
Mr. Wells has just received an in
itial shipment of 185 plants of twelve
varieties from the .. government nur
sery at Honolulu, 12 AcacjaMelonox
ylou, (Australian Blackwood) 25 Al
ligatar Pears, 12 Cassia Eodosa, (a
blossoming tree), 6 Barry Ammo
nillia, 12 Latania Borbonica (ran
palm), 12 Limes, 25 Mangoes, No. (t,
12 Mangoes, No. 7, 20 Poiuciana Re"
gia, 12 Poinsettia, 25 PapayasOarge,
round), 12 I'uikia Africana. .
Those trees Ira ve all been set out
in suitable localities aud are to be fol
lowed by others. Tho field tor this
-kind of work is a larue. one in the
vicinity of Vailuku,and others should
follow the example of Mr. Wells on a
scale commensurate with its import
ance. v hat is still better, a Wailuku
horticultural society should organiz
ed aud the work should bo taken up
und developed in systematic manner.
A large audience witnessed a. very
inteiestiug gmiio of football at Wells
Park last Sunday afternoon, between
the Wnilukus und Morning Stars.
The WuiluUus were a much la'rger
ami heavier team than their trim
antagonists, and the result of the
triime, which was 10 toO in favor 'df
Waibukus, was perfectly natural. It
had beeu hoped that a winter league
of footbtill might be arranged, but so
far oi ly two teams have appeared,
and it seems doubtful if others will
be formed this wiuter.
News comes from Lahaina that the
L. A. C; team was recently defeated
by nnother local team, the Pioneers,
by a score of fifteen to rive.
The Maui polo contingent are hard
at work preparing for the inter-
island tournament games at Hono
lulu to bo played at Thanksgiving,
and will unquestionably be very fit
by that time.
dared G. Smith's Report.
A handsomely illustrated pamph
let, containing the annual report of
the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment
Station for 1901, prepared by Jared
G. Smith, special agent in charge,
has just reached the ddsk of the
Both the historic and the descrip
tive portions are quite interesting,
and to a certain extent instructive,
though somewhat misleading to those
who have not had an opportunity to
personally investigate some of the
Tho home station in Honolulu com
prises 154 acres alio which is being
devoted te experimental purpose as
fast as funds become available for
that purpose. Beside 'work at the
home station, investigations 1 have
bteu carried on to "some extent
throughout the Islands, as to the
adaptability of the different sections
for small farming and ' other produc
tions than sugar. Experiments with
poultry uid live stock have also been
Much attention is paid in the
pamphlet' to coffee culture. About
300,000 acres of land on tho Islands
are available for coffed culture, and
the limit of production is placed ' at
100.0C0 tdns. ,
Many other minor industries are
discussed in the pamphlet, and many
valuable suggestions are made as to
the best method of preserving and
increasing our'forest preserves.
What London Thinks.
London, Nov. 6. Almost all tbe
papers thin rooming discuss the elec
tion in the United States.
"flie Daily 'Telegraph dwells upon
the beneficent Change which has
come over the relations of the Unit
ed States and Orient-Britain with the
result tnat me national leeungs no
longer ' have any influence in the
In editorial articles the opinion is
unanimously expressed that Pres
ident Roosevelt largely owi-s his per
sonal triumph to having satisfactorily
ended the coal strike, that the future
depends on whether the leaders of
dne"party or the other hrve a defi
nile policy and that, for the outside
world,, the important point is a pros
pecti&e- reduction of theTtariff.
The Standard says the voting
ships' Jfreildent Roosel elt to have a
commanding position in the confi
dence ef Iris countrymen. ' .
ThefTLmes, in its editorial article,
expi easerbplnlons ihhila'r- to. those
held by other newspaper. It says:
"President Roosevelt's influence is
in no way impaired by the warnings
which tho Republican reverses have
given his parly. The predictions of
his renomination for the Presidency
in 1904, may be rash, but it undoubt
edly presents the prevailing senti
ment of the country. His proposal of
a tariff commission, or something
equivalent, is likely to be addpted by
tto wire-pullers to save j.heir own
credit and save victory in 11104.
, "It is discredible ,&nd .even dis
quieting to discover that . Tammany
Hall, so often reported struck down
with a mortal blow, is more vigorous
and aggressive than aver."
"Is Nigel Jackson Pupule."
That is the question the persons
who have heard of his acions during
the last two days and nights, in his
cell at the police station, are begin
ning to ask.
Jackson ia there on H charge of
murderhig Mrs. E. B. 'Friel by burn
ing the .Friel home. He 'maintains
his innocence. . He has. a "mouth or
gan" in the cell with him, and during
yesterday was playing on it all day.
At times he could be heard, "playing
the liveliest of music hall airs, and
then the melodious and semi-sad
strains of "Good Bye, Dolly Gray"
could be heard coming fioin his 'ceJl.
He would break down while playing J
this air, and, amidst tremendous sob
bing, would say iu an agonized tone:
"My poor wife, my poor vifc." In a
few minutes a lively strait would
t'reak out. i.. ,
Jackson ..played well.'' His tunes
were good ;as' long Us he stuck to
such. tunes as "Way Down South in
Dixie,'' arid "There'll Be a Hot Time
in the Old Town Tonight," but when
he played "Dolly Gray" and "Just
Break the News to Mother" to the
accompaniment of sobbing, the other
prisoners ere a 'bit 'unnerved.
Jackson at all times protests his
innocence of doing any harth to the
Friel household. Advertiser.
An Extra Session.
Tho Governor has issued the fol
lowing call for a special session of
the legislature, Nov. 20.
I, Sanford B. Dole.Covtrnor of the
Territory of Hawaii-,--by virtues of
the authority in me,-,vested by law,
hereby convene the Senate in Special
Session on Thursday, the Twentieth
day of November. A- D. Nineteen
Hundred and Two, for the considera
tion of such public business as may
be brought before it.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and caus
(Seal) ed the seal of the Territory
of Hawaii to be affixed.
Doue at the Capitol in Honolulu
this Tenth day of November, A. D.
SANFORD B. DOLE.
By the Governor, ' '
HENRY E. COOPER.
Secretary of the Territory.'
Paris led Desha by one vote in the
last election! , , , .
w. u. amitn was a passenger on
Tuesday's Claudine, to Hawaii.
Delegate Robert Wilcox has been
granted a license to practice law, by
Judge Gear. ;
With Senators Baldwiu, Dickey
and Kaiue representing Maui, much
is hoped and nothing feared.
Thef'members of the approaching
legislature are considering the mat
ter of fostering agricultural exper
iments. . ' '
F. W. McKinney, the well-known
Honolulu notary was found guilty of
gross cheat, for passing worthless
The matter of making an effective
showing at the world's fair at St.
Louis is worth the attention of the
James H. Boyd has commenced
mandamus proceedings to compel his
restoration to the position oi Super
intendent of Public Works.
Wireless messages from Hilo indi
cate that Capt. Robert Andrew w.asJ.M jrevo entitled, auddtMShatKiutf
poisoned, ana his wyvqw
his wDvOw'is under ar -
rest, charged with murder. I
The marriage of Charles F. Sienii
sen toMisa Helen Desha is announced
to take place at Honolulu, Nov. 0.
Charley was formerly at Kahului.
Thi total airtunt of taxes which
willte collectedMa Maul thisye&rure
estimated at $172,000, e'vclusive of
Bitea aiiAlicenseswhich rfill run the
total ioeomo close up to 100,00".
Sugar Beet Poison.
Salinas, Nov. 1. Physicians here
claim that a new disease has devel
oped among the workers at the beet
sugar factory located here. Thomas
Heany, one of the employes of th
factory, . was taken to the County
Hospitallast evening suffering , from
what is stated to sugar beet poison '
This new malady is said to be due td
the juice evolved during the manufac
ture of sugar from the brets .getting;
into the system through scratches or
Wounds on the hands. The parts firm
affected swells and finally the eulii c
body becomes swollen and brownhh.
Aged 'and young are liable to altack
Auction Sate of-Awo License.
In accordance with the require-,
ments of Section 707, Chapter 55 of
the Penal Laws of 1897, one Awa
License for each District of the sev
eral Islands will be sold at Public
Auction between the 1st aud 9th day
of December, 1902, each license to be
for the term of one year from the l;-t
day of January, 1903, the upset price
will be ns follows:
For the Dis. of Honolulu, $1,000.00
FoYYhe Dis. of Hilo, 500.00
For the Dis. of Wailuku, 500.00
'For the DTs.- of Lahaina, 250.00
For each other District, 100.00
The -license ,tot. the Districts of
Honolulu, Ewa & Wnianac, Waialua,
Io)hiuloa and Koolaupoko on the
Island of Oahu, will be sold at the
Front entrance of the Cnpitol on
Fridny the 5th day December, 191 2r
at 12 o'clock noon. . . -'
Those for the Islands of Maui; Ha
waii and Kauai' wili'fbe sold in the
respective Districts of- those! Islands,
ipon such day and date within tl e
limit of the time fixed by law, ns shall
be designated by the several Sheriffs
or their deputies. Due notice of dale
and place of sale will bo given by
posters in each of the said Districts.!
A cash deposit of twenty-five per'
cVnt of the amount of the successful
bid'wfll be required on the fall of the
hammer, said deposit to bo forfeited
to the Government if the full amount
of the bid is hot paid within rive days
of the day of the sale.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu.Oahu
November 10, 1902.
Taro For Sale.
Tn quantities to suit Purchasers. :
Shipped to all portions of the Islands.
Guaranteed to be of first-class quality
For further particulars write or ap
ply to . . .
. A. N. HAYSELDEN, '
Teh 220, Lahaina, Maui
PIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Huwail. At Chamber, iu
Probate. Id the matter of the Estate oi AH
MING, late of Kuhulul, Maui, deceased.
ORDER OP NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR ALLOWANCE OF FINAL AC-
COUNTS.DISTRIBUTION ANDDISCHARG E,
On Reading aud Flllug the Petition and Ac
counts of 'long Wong, Administrator of the
Estate of Ah Id lug, wherein be ask that tbe
name may be examined, and approved, and that
a final order may bn made of distribution of the
property remaiuing in his hauds to the pertionH
thereto entitled, and discharging him and bis
sureties from all further responsibility as such
It la Ordered, that Tuesday, the llth day of
November A. D. 11MU, at ten oclock A. M., before
tho Judge of said Court at tbe Court Room of
tbe said Court at Wailuku, Isluud of Maul, be.
and the same Isiuppointed as the time and
place for beariug said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persona lutcrested may thin and
there appear and show cause, if any they bare,
why the same should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, October nd, Mr.
I3y the Court,
SealJ L. R. CROOK,
Oct, 4, 11, 18, 43.
IM THB CIRCUITCOURTOFTHEiSKCOND
Circuit, Terrilvry o( Hawaii. At Chaa Uers, 1 1
Probate. Iu tbe lualtor ot the E.Huteof MARIA
P. 8TENUEK, late of Wailuku, Maui, duccaseK.
ORDER rP NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION i'Oll ALLOWANCE OF FINAL, if
Oq Reading aud FlHu the Prtitlou aud Ao
coudU of A. K. H leaded AdatlulKtrtiior of tbe
EHlule of MuriaP. Bieiider.a i Tulu bu usUs that
tbe bantu may be i' tana lued add approved, uml
tbal a nual orduruiar Ba4t ot distributiou of
ibe vropurly reauliu( Ui tUu' uaudo to the per
1 - ,!"iU''ut;i;fc'Kln,i"or'fcert - i,ou,i11'1
Uliy us ucb
It U Orderud mu( Tucatlay I tbe lltb duy oi
November A. L. at luo'cl'H k A. M., U-fuie
the Juda'e'of auld our at h4" tart Room o(
tbo naltyiurt at Tai)ulcv, U
und of Maul, be
aud tbe bame bercVy i appulfU'd
aud p'ace for buaHr aatd
'etftinb au4 Ae-
eoue'.b, aud thut ullpfmoaa interetiu d nv tlu n
aud Vlfre BlipearnutKbov eatiM), If auy tbey
bave, by tbe wml jJiould uol be gi uDled
Uatcd at Wulluf.ii. taut, Otioberiud,
thv'ovrt, k I, ;: Cf 1
JESAYi YOU MOVE. ALL
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WftlTE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES. .
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Pt O. C27. . 174-176-130 -KING St., HONOLULU
ROAjD WAGONS, CANOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. AND UPWARD
SURREYS, $140, "
TWO SEAT WAGONS " " $95. "
TOP BUGGIES " 0. "
PHAETONS H0, ' ' "
BRAKES ' $3'2.5b " i
HARNESS li?.0O UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
";i PUU TERMS THE
P. R. ISENBERG, Pkesiuent.
Chas.F. Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 Mebciiant Strert, Honolulu, Kext to Stanoenwald Building.
WITH THEITJ 'THIRTY-FIVE
Dry floods and General Merchandise
Dusioess Carry the best Selected Stock for JSLA-ND TRADi
Which They OfTer and SeU;TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices anl.Terms!Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE 'AGENTS' for LITTLE JOKER and. CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
: ; Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PtiOMPT ATTENTION
The -First -National rRANK
' Incorrxirated under the Last's of tho United ta'.os n
; , Washington, D. C, 1901. - , , '.. (
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DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Tarts of the World.
THE MU BAZAAFt
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Luuhala Hats, Mats and
'I rJaskcts of Hawaiiun Manulncturo,. and Hawaiian (guilts.
Hawaiian lupus i.r.cl lvna Cctubuiifcas, Birds' Nect Kern Work,
Such us Napkin Ring's, etc.
We Atio Receive Articles 0:1 Consiyuiioiits.
Order WilHJeceivU Prompt and Careful Attention. ! !
K. w.P; HALL;JUU)ING
Mns. J. K. Knhookele,
No Bath complete
it. Attaches to any tub or
lavatory, not ;i spray or a ring '3fl
ibfil a';rf:T't shower bath for
HOME USK. S
Shower Ynko connections, jg
tubing, am! every thing com "j
plete .freight, prepaid to your lM
nearest strnmrr landing, $4.25 M
ARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D. -&
Corn Union ami Ho'h-I Streets J
P. O. L'ox 7:1, Honolulu, II. T tM
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