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The winter rains have about ceas
eland Wailuku weather is bimply
Beef, mutton, turkey and chickeu9
-are now handled by all the butcher
shops in town.
If you want the best 5 cent cigar
on Islands, cull for a Cremo,
Haekfeld & Co., sole agents.
Every mill on Maui is running full
time with a total daily output of over
' 500 tons, or 3,000 tons per week.
For Sale A few choice milk cows,
suitable for family use. Apnly to
E. II. BAILEY.
Pearson & Potter Co. advertise
baseball supplies in this issue. The
league teams will please take notice.
Plantation offices would save time
and money by sending their miscel
laneous job work to the News job
The county government bill now
occupies the center of the stage in
the legislature and will be pushed to
A new warehouse at Kahului is be-
ing planned to hold the output of
Puur.ene Mill, pending the arrival ot
.the big steamers.
Puunene Mill turned out 1,459 tons
-of sugar last week. The product
from enc field of plant cane cut ran
up to JH tons per acre.
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies' Guild at the Maui Hotel on
Tuncinv nftprnnoti. March 31. and a
full attendance is requested. m
Don't forget the meeting of the
- Maui Racing Association, a week
from today. Maui is- planning to
capture the Fourth of July races.
First Cliss, merchantable lumber
or sale on the beach, at $22.00 ind
up, per M., spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T.G KEEN
Send to Bergstrom Music Co., Ho
nolulu, for "Songs of Hawaii," $1.50
post paid. The most complete book
of Hawaiian songs aud hu'as publish
ed. Searles of Honolua has ordered his
' -mule ad. out of the News, giving as
, a reason that the ad. sold all his
.mules for him, with not even a single
Wailuku merchants neglect their
own interests by not doing a little in
telligent advertising in the aews
' Thrt 1-louoiulu merchants understand
this and profit by it.
There was an incendiary fire in the
"Wailuku jail on Friday of last week,
but the local authorities were to
mum about it that as usual the Bui-
lsiiu got the scoop.
Wailuku has tasted the sweets of
what has been an almost daily mail
.from Honolulu this wee. The time
"is comiug when we will have a reg
ular daily mail bervice.
The building occupied by Eckhart,
the jeweler, is being partitioned oil
to make room for tbailong expected
barber, who will begin his tousorial
career here about April 10.
Little Jack Long Cut Tobacco, be
ins introduced on Maui by M. S.
' .Gnnbaum & Co., in 5 and 10 cent
packages is a boon to smokers
Neat, sweet, cheap and handy.
; Aloha Lodge, K. of P., Is planning
to tive a grand anniversary eelebra-
, tion on ,April 17, with, plenty of fun
-and entertaiuraent to grace the oc
casion.' l0u announcement later
As a result of the intelligent and
. well directed efforts now being put
. forth in Honolulu, a largo and con
tinuous amount of tourist travel may
confidently be expected, aud Maui
. should tx y to get some of it.
The suggestion of the News that ft
Tirharf be established at McGregor's
. Landinu seems to have struck a
. popular chord. Tt is ruwored that
. an effort will' be made to establish
the wharf at Kihei, but Wailuku will
not stand for the proposition.
The Iao Stables are establishing a
reputation as successful and popular
, uides and escorts to tourists visu
ring Haleakala and Iao Valley. Every
-stable in Wailuku should slriTe for
i the . same object, for there wil be
plenty of that kind of work to do in
the future. " " ' ''
It is a left handed compliment to
"be compelled to least visiting tour
ists ou California oranges, when the
Island produce so juicy and luscious
an article, of which thousand of dol
i- lars woth can be sold,. !f ' e. .hay
insr available land will bnh nt the
trees and then fust let th
Kiliel Pump Repaired.
The plans of Manager Scott of
Kihei, with reference to a fire proof
buiiding at the . Camp Three: Pump
have been carried out, and a substan-
lul brick aai iron building has been
reeled tinder . the supervision of
Chief Engineer John Gribble, the
oof of which will soon be in place.
Kihei Plantation is to be congrat
ulated on having secured tha services
of Mr. Cribble, who has proved him
self Iho right man in the right place.
A visit to Pump 3 immediately after
the lire revealed only a mats of char-
d timbers, ruined machinery and
haos generally to the eye of a novice.
But now everything is in apple pi
order once more. A large circular
ron oil tank has been erected, the
nnor diameter being 42 feet, with
a depth of 20 feet. A force pump has
beeu installed at Camp One, and the
oil is now pumped directly to life
Camp 3 oil-tank, a distauco of three
miles, with an elevation of 300 feet
The pumping machinery at the bot
torn of the 300 foot shaft was not
materially damaged, and Mr. Gribble,
with indefatigable zeal and energy,
now has the Reedier pump ready for
work. The machinery was "turned
over on iuosday with gratifving
results, and on Monday next, will be
started up for irrigating purposes.
To overcome the heat at the bottom
of the shaft, Mr. Gribble has devised
and inst alled an Ingenuous ventilating
system, which will lower the temp
erature from 25 to 30" degrees,
rendering it possible to work in the
shaft with a reasonable degree ol
The cane at Kihei is looking well
and thrifty, considering the limited
supply of water recently available,
doubtless, owing largelj to the ex
perienced handling of head luna Jack
Dow, one of the be&t practical cane
cultivators ou Maui. The new crop
will commerce to be ground about the
first of April, with K00 acres of plant
cone and 200 acres of rattoons. Man-
uger Scott has not found easy, lines
during his mart.gement owing to the
number of difficult problems to be
solved, and it is a feather in his cap
that evety thing about .the planta
tion is in such excellent shape.
The Pakapio Cases.
The pakapio cases on appeal from
the District Court to Judge Kalua in
chambers came on for hearing ' on
Wednesday. Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Peters came over to assist the
prosecution and the defense was rep
resented by Attorney Jas. L. Coke
of Wailuku and Attorney D. H. Case
The prosecution raised the point
that appeals in such cases could not
be taken to the Circuit Judge in
chambers, but that the law provides
that they must be taken to the Cir
cuit Court, to bo tried in term. The
point was elaborately argueu by the
attoi neys and was taken into con
sideration by the Court, who render
ed an opinion on Thursday . morning
that the point of the prosecution was
not well taken, and ordered the case
A Chirese interpreter was requir
ed, and the Court objected to the
local interpreter, consequently a
wireless message was at once sent to
Honolulu for an interpreter. In the
meantime as such ' an interpreter
could uot have arrived before this
morning, the case was continued, and
the nttorneys filed a stipulation con
tinuir.g it to the June term. Judge
Kalua however refused to approve
the stipulation, and ordered the case
taken up this morning at nine o'clock
which vrlll bo done if an interpreter
Successful Potato Growing
Tho News has received an occular
aud gustatory demonstration of the
fact that a high class potato can be
raised in the Makawao District.
Mr. A. H. Landgraf, connected
with the Paia Plantation, has been
experimenting with potato culture
in a small garden at his home near
the Grove Ranch, and this week sent
to the News a sack of new potatoes
that were as well sized and of as
rich, susculcnt and nutty, flavor as
'.he choicest products of California,
which proves what the News has all
along claimed, that intelligent .small
farming can be successfully carried
on in the Makawao and Kula Dis
A read up Lio Valley would bo .a
codtuntly paying dividend proposi
tion to the peop'e of Maui.
St. Patricks Day Ball.
The l?th of March this yee.r was
marked-by InVlfte leading sociul
events of the yearf a grand ball at
Aloha Lodge, K. of P., at Wailuku
given by the patrotic sons of the
ould sod, mention of which was crowd
ed out of last week's issue by reason
of the News man being in Honolulu
during the first pifrt of the week,
and a rush of new ads which clamored
for space during the latter part of
Notice of the dance had been
given in advance, and the result was
a large attendance not only from
Wailuku, but also from all points on
the railroad. The hall was beauti
fully illuminated, and decorated with
exquisite taste, green of course pre
At eight o'clock, the graud march
was formed with Dr. and Mrs. John
Weddick as leaders, and over fifty
couples in line, the music being furn
ished by Mr. George B. Schraler at
the piano. An elaborate program
of dances followed, with Mr. J. J.
Wa'sh of Kahului as floor manager
and a most delightful and successful
evening of dancing followed, during
which refreshments were serve'l. At
12.30 the train whistles announced
that the time for departure had ar
rived and brought to a close one of
the most delightful dances ever given
at Aloha Lodge Hall.
Palni for Kalnupapa.
Mr. J. D. McVeigh, Superintendent
of the Leper Settlement visited Maui
by Wednesday's Claudtne. to look in
to the matter of a supply of paiai for
When the call for tenders was
made some time since, several bids
were received, one from Molokai of
68 cents a bag of 21 pounds of paiai,
and one by Judgo Kalua of Maui, of
50 cents a bag.
Judge Kalua's bid was accepted,
but the bid was so low that Superin
tendent McVeigh feaved that Kalua
could not furnish the paiai unless he
had sufficient taro of his own, as it
would pay taro raisers better to ship
their taro to Honolulu, than to sell
it here as paiai, and leave any margin
of profit to Judge Kalua. Mr. Mc
Veigh states that Judge Kalua docs
not control taro land enough to sup
ply the yearly demand at the Settle
ment, about five hundred 211b. bags
of paia being required weekly, but
the Board of Health has accepted
Kalua's bid and will fix his bonds at
a sum wnich will amply protect them
Nothing have been heard from the
missing boat. Kaae and Kaena, who
are supposed to be lost, belonged ou
Lanai. Kaae was an old man and
quite lame. He leaves two adopted
children. The families of these men
have been searching for them daily,
and are in great affliction. On the
day that the accident occurred,
Fred. Hayselden, Jr., wasout in a
canoe, and found the water very
Rev. Father Ulenceslas has recov
ercd from a prolonged attack of
dengue fever. Several others are now
A shooting gallery was recently
opened on the water front.
Subscription papers are in circula
tion, to secure funds to open another
Three children were baptized at
the Episcopal Church last Sunday.
Mr. F. H. Hayselden, who is now
on the Island of Hawaii, met with a
slight accident last week, and sustain
ed a painful sprain. The health of
Mrs. Hayselden has much improved,
during her sojourn on Ha Wail. .
Mrs. L. Warren of Honolulu is
visiting friends in Lahaina.
Mrs. Olsen gave a dinner party
last Sunday. Count Zedwitz favored
the guests with some of his favorite
Wailuku, Maui, H. T., Mar. 2G, 1903.
To Whom It May Concern
By order of the President of the
Board of Health, the Call for Tenders
for tho supply of Beef to the Malu
laui Hospital which appeared in the
Maci News of the 21st of March,
1903, is hereby recalled.
Trustee Malulani Hospital.
Shooting without permission on the
Maalaea and Waikapu Mountains is
hereby prohibited, and al' violations
ot this notice will be prosecuted.
W. H. CORNWELL,
Welsback Hydro. Carbon Gas Lamps
No danger, no odor, no dirt, no
wicks or smoky clilniney. The only,!
lamp (gas) having REMOVABLE
reservoir, adjustable extension rod.
Complete control can be had on both
the flow-of-gas and gasoline. Can be
burned with from 25 to 100 candle
power and exactly the amount of al
cohol can be used. These two items
alone making them a much cheaper
lamp to bhrx than any other, and
the price of tLe lamps is veuy much
lower than any other make, and
they are a larger fixture. Can be had
a 12 different styles either in full
nickel finish or antique copper.
These lamps are on the list of
"permitted devices" of the consul! ins?
engineers of the National Board of
Fire Underwriters, and a certificate
will be furnished with each lamp if
desired from the Secretary of above
Mantles & chimneys always on ha nd
A full line of globes, shades and
Over a hundred shapes and styles
and sizes in different colors can be
had at moderate prices. '
Costs from 1-7 to 4-7 of a cent an
hour to burn.
G. S. AIKEN, Paia,
Send for Catalogue & Prices. '
A phaeton in perfect condition and
nearly new, with full leather top and
and leather trimmings, at reasonable
figures. For full particulars, see or
Tel. No. 221. Maliko Gulch.
L. M. VETLESEN has no ower
or authority to sell or dispose of the
laborers' quarters, other buildings,
railway tracks and goods specified
in the advertisement in the L.veuing
Bulletin of March 23rd, 19U:i, and
which form part of the assets of the
Maunalei Sugar Company asMgned
tome, W. H. Pain, by the Receiver
of th said Company by bill of si.le
dated June 21st, 1903, and notice is
hereby given that all persons profes
sing to purchase from him any of tin
said effects will do so at their peril.
W. H. PAIN.
Dated March 24, 1903.
For Sale Cheap!
1 6 in. Centrifugal Pump, Engine
and Boiler complete.
1 30 horse power Portable Boiler
1 Baldwin Locomotive, 2 headlights
and extra stack. 1
4 10-ton Flat Cars.
4 3-ton Cane Cars.
1 Hand Car.
2 miles, mow or less, Permanent
R. R. Track, 24 in.
1 mile, more or less, Portable R.
R. Track, 24 in.
1 Pile Driver.
1 largo Windlass.
2 Roll Top Office Desks.
1 large Wardrobe.
1 Glass Door Book Case.
1 Wood Water Tanu, 5,000 gals.
1 Wood Water Tank, 7,500 gals.
2 miles, more or less, Red Wood
Flumes & Trestles.J
1 Store Building, T. & G., 40x80;
2 stories high.
1 Corr. Iron Warehouse, 30x6 t.
A number of Lunas' Cottages and
Laborers' Quarters, etc. etc.
Above mentioned property former
ly belonged tto the Maunalei Sugar
Co., Lanai, and will be sold CHEAP
For further particulars apply to
L. M. VETLESEN,
Notice ot Dissolution of Partner'
Notice is hereby given that the
Co-partnership lately subsisting be.
twecn us, the undersigned Edw. Hoff
mann and V. A.Vct'esen, carrying on
a general merchandise business at
Wailuku. Maui T. H., under the firm
name and style of HOFFMANN i
VETLESEN, was on tie 6th day ol
March, 1903 dissolved by mutual con
sent, and that the business in the
future will be carried ou by Edw.
Hoffmann aud W. T. Robinson, win
will pay and discharge all debts and
liabilities, and receive all moneys pay
able to the said late firm.
Wailuku Maui March, lith. 19J3.
Done in presence of:
J. L. Coki.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
& ORDER I IU U 0 U
WE ARE OUT
for a share of your
to the Steamer free
Bedroom suites "
Also many other articles of furniture .We
would be pleased to submit cuts and prices
If in Honolulu, call, whether you wish to buy
or not and we will gladly show you our stock
Cor. Hotel & Bishop Streets.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS. EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE
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 TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders "Will Receive the Eest and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
PETALUMA INCUBATORS & BROODERS
OLDEST, MOST SUCCESSFUL and MOST ECONOMICAL
Self Regulating Self Ventilating
MIDLAND POULTRY FOOD
No. 1. Nursery Chick Food No. 5. Nursery Duckling Focdl
No. 2. Growing Chicle Food No. 6. Growing Duckiing Food
No. 3. Fattening Chick Fo d No. 7. Fattening Duckling Food?!
No. 4. Ejrg & Feather Producing Food No. 8. Laying Duck Food
Send For Catalogue
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
Honolulu, II. T.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats and
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts. "
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rin:s, etc. , '
We Also Riceive Articles oniConsignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. '
K. or P. HALL BUILDING' h WAILUKU, MAUt,
Mrs. J. K, Kahookels, Business Manager
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Mem )rl. s in any maeri-il known to the trade, including bronze.
Philographi) of all designs cheerfully furnish on application.
Sufi' of any known make furnished.
J. C. AX'TELL
O Box 'MJ, lO-lS-lO.V) ALAKEA Sr. Err. KING and HOTEL Srs.
General Athletic Supplies
WRI1E US FOR SAMPLES
AND PRICES OF BASEBALL
'rnUnio1"iT "0tA SVrfT
O. Box 84. II uoiulu, H. T.
trade. We can deliver
of charge of packing
ranging from 75 cts. up
Honolulu, H. T.