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Tim nifu'&duniiziiitf of High street
now extends to the new school lot.
Vineyard street, from High street
to the cemetery, is ankle deep in
A $10,000 school house on the new
school lot'should be .built this sum
mer. Puunene and Kahulul ought to be
able to put up a strong team of bail
An epidemic of matrimony has
invaded central Maui during the
IXmt miss the concert at K. of P.
Hall tonight it oilers a rare treat
to niujio luvers.
A prolvBsionul beggar from Hilo
has been making the rounds of Wui
fluki: this week.
''"A little work is pressingly needed
on the road between the top ot tnc
pall and Lahuiuii.
The District Court lias been engag
ed ilicmostor this week in the trail
of pakpio cases. s
Travel has be-sn comparatively
small on Maui this week, with few
drumme'is in sight.
ThP wKiithur on Maui during the
eanv nurt of the week was entirely
too eold for comfort.
.Orange, lemon and lime trees in
Wailuku are uuus-allv heavily loaded
with young fruit this season.
Fresh limes from the W. O. Aiken
Ranch, 'Makawao, constantly on hand
at A. Rodrigues' Store, Wailuku.
The north wiuds brought no rain
this week, and have dried up most of
the mud on the streets and roads.
The Kahulul Store received a ship
ment of big, reJ O.-egou apples by
this week's Texan, from the Sound
Foa Sale A few choice milk cows,
suitable for iumilv ue. Apply to
E. H. BAlLEYi
Both houses of the legislature have
fairly buckled down to work at lust,
ulthough the lower house was some
what delayed by the fiasco which
made Beckley speaker.
The following are the, standing
committees of the Senate and House,
Ways and Means-Baldwin, Paris
Judiciary C. Brown, Achl and
Public Expenditures Paris, Mc-
Candless and Nakapaahu.
Public Lands, Internal Improve-
. "l i
ments, Agricultural, etc, mcanu
less, Paris and Kaohl.
Health and Education Wilcox,
Enrollment, Revision and Printing
C. Brown, Isenberg, Kalauokalam.
Rules and Joint Resolutions C.
Brown, Dickey, Kaiue.
Accounts Isenberg, Achi, J. T.
Miscellaneous Petitions Dickey,
Finance V7. W. Harris, Kumalae,
Frank Aodrade, H. M. Kaniho, D.
Juuiciarv Frank Andrade, Eric
Knudsen, William J. Wright, J. K
Paele, A. Fernandez.
Agriculture and Manufactures
Keliiuoi, J. Nakaleko, Eric Knudsen,
Public Health and Education S
F. Chillingworth, Ke iinoij J. Naka
leka, Kaniho, Paele;
Enrollment, Revision and Printing
A. Fernandez, C. H. Pulaa, W. W
Harris, S. K. Oili, J. Kumalae.
Rules Eric Knudsen, W. Aylett,
C. A. Long, Paele, S. Oili.
Accounts W. N. Purdy, P. Pali,
F. A. Greenwell, D. Kupihea, S,
Public Expenditures H. Vida, H,
A. Jaeger, W. P. Haia, D. Damien,
Miscellaneous H. A, Jaeger, Yf,
m lots o 40 to 60 ucrrs. This laml
i? chiefly valuable for hog nr.d slock
raising, with iome grnss land, whir-h
is being destroyed by the Fprpad of
lantona. The A hie tract, consisting
of between 600 and (iOU acres will be
subdivided into 20 and 40 acre tracts.
This is good corn land, und offers an
inviting field to American farmers.
The Omaopio tract, formerly leas
ed to the Haleakalu Ranch is panini
land, about 1900 acres in area, prin
cipally valuable for hog and cattle
raising, with .some good farming land.
This true! wi l be subdivided Into 40
and 60 acre tracts. The Wailuanui
tract at Keauae, of about 1000 acres
is to be surveyed and subdivided into
20 and 40 ncre tracts. This is the
best piece of land offered, and a
,olony of American fanners should
be able to do well here.
Eight hundred acres of the Ka-
hakulou trarl is to be subdivided into
two tract of 400 acres each, and an
attempt' to establish dairy farms on
them will be made. If successful
other tract in that district will t e
turned into dairy farms.
With reference to the immense
area or land between iveanae ai;d
Nahiku, Mr. Boyd states that the
government is prepared to suodivide
and sell it to homesteaders, but that
a goou road from Nahiku through
this district to connect with the ro;.d
at Kailua is seriously needed, and
he shall urge the construction of
such a road.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION OF
The First INitlnnn! IIiinK of Yni
I ii U ii . at WntluUu, Mrml, in I lie
Tet. of Hawnii, nt Ihc close of
buincHK, Feb. 6lh,' IU03.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Uonds to secure cit
Premiums. on U. S.. Bonds
.nking House, furniture,
Duo from State Banks
nnd D.i nk erg
Checks and other cash
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents
Lawful Money Reseuvi:
in Hank, viz: ,
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (a per cent
111, (IDS 07
!),18! 5' i
j - . .
YOUR BOOKS I
from insects, dust & :5i
BOOK CASES 8f-
Are the best insur
ance and are suscept
ible of many artistic
I SSL USE
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D.
Corner Union and Hotel Streets
P. O. Box 784.Houolulu, H. T.
This Evening's Concert.
N. Purdy, J, K. Gandall, P. Pali,
Atteution of beef sellers is invited Kou.
Military William Aylett, H. A.
Jaeger, S. E. Kalaiha, Kelewaa,
Public Lands and Internal Im
provements D. K. Kupihea, J. ii.
Gandall, A. Fernandez, J. D. Lewis,
W. J. Wright.
The county bill was introduced in
the Senate by Senator Crabbe, and in
the House by Rep. Chillingworth,
pessed two readings in the Senate
and was ordered to print. The bill
will be put through as soon as pos
sible in order to prepare the way for
other important legislation.
A tinmhpi nf imnOrtant bills have I
already been introduced and referred
to apprperate committees, the most
important being money oppropru
tions and amendments to the propos
ed county bill. House Bill No. 1 ap
propriates $40,000 for the expenses
of the lower house, and 125,000 is pro
posed in the Senate for the regular
and special session.
Mi. Keliinoi introduced the follow
Resolved that the sum of $125,000
tu the call for tenders for beef in the
"By Authority" in auother column
. An auction sale of the household
L'oods of Air. V. A. Vetlosen washeld
at his rcsideuce in Wailuku on Thurs
Petitions ac being circulated on
central and east Maui, favoriug the
location of the county seat at Wai
The macadambied streets ot Vi al
luku stand the stress of the storms
all ritfht. drying off nicely within a
few hours alter the heaviest rains.
First CI jss, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, per M., spot cash. Apply to
! A petition should be circulated on
central Maui asking for the comple
tion of the road between Nahiku and
Waialua, aud forwarded to the legis
lature at once.
A number of Kahului pakapio cases
have been on trial la the Wailuku
District Couit this week, and Sheriff
Saffery is developing much skill as
Baseball fever is beginning to stir
in the veins of our local ball tossers,
and the organization of teams for
the approaching league is taking
shape. Come in, Lahaina.
Many of the residents of Wailuku
are trimming out the dense foliage
around their dwellings, which is a
wise' sanitary move. Wailuku sun
shine is too healthful a medicine to
' The regular monthly meeting of
the Maui Athletic Association will
be held at the Wailuku Court House,
on next Monday evening (March 2),
at which important business is to be
transacted. All members are re
quested to attend.
'The governor makes a liberal esti
mate for roads and bridges in La
haina District, and it is to be hoped
that the legislature, will soon make
an available appropriation, as La
am u uu uuu - Lan(j CoramU(9ioneP E. S. Boyd has
spent a very active ten days on
The attention of the lady readers Maui, and if the plana which he has
of the News is especially invited to formulated are carried out, the mat-
inn ad. of the Haiku Store, on oaire ter cf small farming, of which he is
The deferred concert to be given
under the auspices of Aloha Lodge,
K. of P.) will be given at the K. of
P. Hall this evening, and that u
musical treat is in store is shown by
the following program.
1. Grand Polonaise in E Flat, Op.
Cornet Solo "The Palm Trees"
Mr. C. D. LUFKIN.
Vocal, "Daddy" A. B. Benrend
Mr Wm. AULT.
Violin (a) "Spring's Awakening'
(b) "Ave Maria 1 Gounod.
K. J. ZEDTVVITZ.
Vocal "Beyond the Gates of
Paradise".. Robt. A. King.
MissE. V. COOLEUE.
La Polka de la Reine Op. 95
Violin (a) "Lola's song and In
termezzo, Cavalleria Rusticana
(b) "Cavatina" Raft
K. J. ZEDTWITZ.
Vocal, "The Lost Chord"
Mr. Wm. AULT.
Allegro Scherzando. From 2nd
concerto in G Minor.
10. Vocal "Coon Songs, (in costume)
P. E. L. RASTUS.
Capital stock paid in
Uudividad iirolits, less
expenses and taxes
paid '851 27
Natiot.al Bank notsout-
standinsr 0.500 00
Due to State Banks urn)
Hankers 9,:is8 35
Individual dt-posits subject
to checks 21.330 45
Demand certificates of
deposit 4,370 52
Time certificates of
deposit 1,819 00
Cashier's check out
standing 13 42
ROAD VACOS, CANOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. AND
TWO SI.AT WAGONS "
TOP BUCGf S " '
HARNBHJS " $12.00 LP PET SI T.
OUR PRICKS Til E LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST.
P. R. ISRNBERG, President
P. O. Box 23
Chas. F, Herrick Carriage Co., Lt'd.
125 Merchant Streit. Honolulu, Next to Stanoenwald Building.
Total 72,773 01
Ter. of H.iwaii, Island of Maui, 6s;
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier "o the
aOove-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
1 rue to the best of my knowledge and
C. D. LUFKIN,
D. C. Lindsay
W. T. Robinson Directors.
R. A. Wadsworth
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 27th day Feoruary, 19( 3.
( JAS, K. K. KEOLA,
(Seal) . Notary Public,
Second Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Tenders Fop School House.
be inserted in the Appropriation, or
Loan Bill for building a road from
Kailua, District of Makawao, to Na
hiku, Dihtrict of Hana, Maui.
The sum of $5000 for widening and
extending Hana wharf.
The. sum of $30,000 for opening and
laying road from Muolea toKipahula.
The sum of $15,000 for widening
and extending the Lahaina wharf.
Notice by Mr. Keliinoi.
1. An act supplementary to the
County Act, relating to transferring
the control of public schools from the
Department of Public Instruction to
the control of the counties.
2. An act appropriating money
for the construction of a road from
the town of Wailuku to Iao Valley,
Maui, and for the construction and
maintenance ot trails in said Iao
Sealed Tenders for construction of
a two-roomed school house at Haiku,
Maui, to be completed on or before
Saturday, April 11th, will be received
at the office of the Department of
Public Instruction until noon of Mon
day Slarch 9lb.
Plans and specifications can be
seen at the office of the Department
in Honolulu, and at the office of W.
O. Aikeq, School Agent, Paia, Maui
The SuDerictendent does not bind
BY AUTHORITY h"nse)f to accept the lowest or any
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent Public Instruction
A Carload of Monuments
ITALIAN MARBLE, SCOTCIJ
and AMERICAN GRANITE
NEW DESIGNS. FINE WORKMANSHIP
IRON SAFES. WROUGHT IRON HITCHING POSTS
WRITE FOR ESTIMATES, OR WHAT IS
BETTER WHEN IN HONOLULU CALL
AND LOOK OVER THE STOCK OF
J. C. Axtell
1048-1050 ALAKEA St. Bet. KING and HOTEL Sts.
Free trains from Paia and Way
Stations, and Kahului.
Sealed tenders for furnishing the
following supplies to the Malulani
Hospital and Wailuku Jail for the
month ending March 31st, 1903, will
be received at the Sheriff's Office.
We do not bind ourselves to accept
the lowest or any bid.
L. M. BALDWIN,
Wailuku, Maul, Feb. 28, 1903.
Large, Fresh and Finely Flavored
Tender Fop Hard Pol op Palol.
Commissioner Boyd's Work.
From the Orchard of W. O. Aiken
'. Ring up Mossman tor prices, or
what is better, take a day off, drive
over to Hamak.uapolfo au look over
bis stock ot LskdiesSummr press
an!Iardent advocate, will receive a
much needed impetus on Maul.
Ho will recommend that the Ka-
maole tract, consisting of 2500
I acres be subdivided into homesteads
Carried constantly in Stock at
Rodrigues' Store, Wailuku.
Orders taken by mail or telophone
at the Ranch,
Ring up or write to
W O. AIKEN , Katei
Offick oe th Boaed of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb. 5, 1903.
Sealed tenders (in duplicate) for
supplying the Leper Settlement
with Paiai or Hard Poi for a period
of "twentyfour mouths, from July 1st,
1903 to June 30th, 1S05, will be re
ceived at the Office of the Board of
Health until 12 o.clock, noon, March
The Paiai to be freshly made and
delivered in good condition, and se
curely packed in ti leaves, and each
bundle of Paiai to weigh 21 lbs. net,
; Tenders to be based on the supply
of 1,200 to 2,400 paiai per month, to
be delivered as ordered by the Super
Supply to begin within the nrst
wtek of July, 1903.
Tenders to state whether contrac
tor will deliver the Paiai I. o. b. on
Steamer, or at Kalaupapa.
The contractor must file a bond
with approved sureties in the sum of
not less than 12,500.00, conditioned
for the faithful performance of the
The tenders (in duplicate) 6heuld
be endorsed, "Tenders for Paiai."
The Board of Health does not bind
Itself to accept the lowest or any bid
CHAS. B. COOPER, M. D.
President Board of Health.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, a.'i
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS for LlTTLiiU JUiitK and
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the-Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION;
PETALUMA INCUBATORS & BROODERS
OLDEST, MOST SUCCESSFUL and MOST ECONOMICAL,
Self Regulating Self Ventilating
MIDLAND POULTRY FOOD
Nursery Chick Food No. 5. Nursery Duckling Food ?
Growing Chick Food No. 6. Qrowbg.Duckling Food 1
No. 3. Fattening Chick Foe d No. 7. Fattening Duckling Food
No. 4. Egg & Feather Producing Food No. 6. Laying Duck Food-
Send For Catalogue
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD,
Honolulu, H. T. .
THE MAUI. BAZAAR,.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats -and
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, And Hawaiian Quilte.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabash Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc. .
We Also Receive Articles onJConsignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. of P. HALL BUILDING WAiuuiiU, mauh
Mrs. J. K.Jvahookelc, BusincssiManogcr?