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Order your job work at tbe News
Local aia in the News pay, If you
have anything to sell.
A new sugar boiler for the Wal
luku Mill is expected by next Wed
nesday 's boat.
Wailuku is full of busy people this
week and the town wears a decided
ly lively aspect.
Maui is planning to capture the big
races on the Fourth, and big puuses
"will do the work.
The Lahaina boys will enter a cup
winning team in the Maui baseball
'league, this year.
The work of macadamizing the road
below the depot is being pushed by
; coad overseer Kinney.
More cool weather, north winds
:and rain during the early part of the
nveek, regular April showers. .
The Bisraark Stables Co. lead all
the rest in the matter of handsome
rigs and teams. Ring them up.
Pinkney Brown, the new barber,Nis
perfecting his arrangements to open
a shop in WailuKU about April 10.
jFor Sale A few choice milk cows,
Suitable for family use. Apply to
E. H. BAILEY.
Tbe regular monthly meeting of
the iMaui Athletic Association will
be held at the Courthouse on Monday
The atmual meeting of the Lahama
Ice Co. will be held at the office of
the Pioneer Mill, Lahaina, at7 P, M.,
For a Kgh grade of furniture,
-write to the Porter Furniture Co.,
Honolulu, and ask for cuts, catalogues
. ana prices.
It is rumored that Kahului may
not be able to enter a league team,
for lack of a pitcher. Try and rustle
up one, boys.
Large and choice collection ot
smonuments end headstones at Ax
tell's, Alakea street, Honolulu. Call
:and look over his desigus.
'Ah'Cboy, the butcher, who reduc
ed the price of meat on March 1,
says ho will "stand pat on his low
.prices. Bully for An Lnoy.
Arrangements are beiog perfected
3or . a grand anniversary ball by
Aloha Lodge, at the K. of P. Hall,
Wailuku, on Saturday, April 18.
"Wailuku merchants who fail to do
a little profitable advertising simply
make mono .business for Honolulu
merchant who do advertise.
First Class, .merchantable lumber
or sale on the beach,' at $22.00 and
np, per M., spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN
' The ladies must not forget that the
largest,' choicest and cheapest line of
ladies' summer Dress Goods are to
h found at the Haiku Store. Hama-
It would pay for all those on Maul
interested In tourist travel, to com
bine and have the cottage at the
summit of Haleakala put in' repair.
"It would not cost much.
Attorney D. L. Case will occupy
- the present tax office, adjoining the
fbank as a law office, and the tax of
fice will b moved into the law office
ot the late George Hons.
' The fishmarkct, below the bridge
on MuiUt street, an old landmark,
Ms being overhauled and a new roof is
being put on. with the view of fittiuf
kijp the building for store.
.A new Telephone Co. has been ln-orr-ar.ated
by Chinese, to operate
on "Maui, but it is-Quite likely that
they cannot make a eo of it. The
fuld -is weill covered already.
The" water v'igbt question between
-the H. S. Co. tuid tho Wailuku
SUgar Co. is assumiug an acute
phase, and St is hoped that an ami
cabl adjustment of tbe matter will
soon be arranged.
There seems to be a general mix
up, over the property offered for
sa'e at Lanai by L. M. Vellesen, but
Mr. Yetlesen states that he has the
right side of it, and that he will put
the 'kiboKii" ou the other fellows.
The meeting of the Maui P.acing
Association, which had been called
for this evening has ba.'O postponed
to next Tuesday evening, April T
and owing to the important matters
-to be consideiKdViid.dedded . upon,
r every. panibr of tbe Atsocutjon
should make it' a ipecUl point to be'
There are 65 children enrolled in
the Lahaina Kindergarten.
A new grocery store will soon be
opened on the water front.
Mrs. L. M. Vetlesen and her chil
dren are visiting thir relatives on the
Island cf Hawaii.
The Lahainaluna boys received per
mission to attend service at the Wai
nee church last Sunday.
The Rev. Dr. M. Harris of San
Francisco, formerly a missionary in
Japan, has been assisting Pastor
Tokimasa at the Japanese Methodist
Mission for several days. On Sunday
he held a service at the Japanese
camp and subsequently at the church.
Presiding Elder Pearson of Honolulu
is expected this week. Dr. Harris
conducted meetings in Lahaina, about
four years ago. Ho is a native of
Ohio, commenced his work in Japan
when quite a young man, and speaks
One of the teachers gave a card
party last Saturday evening. A num
ber of society people were present,
and refresements were served.
The return of warm weather will
be glauly welcomed by many.
Mrs. Paaoao Pali, wife of Rev. A
Pali and mother of Hon. Philip Pali
passed away on March 28, after a
long period of suffering from organic
disease. There was a large atten
dance at the funeral ou the following
dav, at the Wainee church. Rev. S.
Kapu, Rev. Mr. Nawahine, Major
Harris and the Salvation Army lads
and lassies took part in the services,
The musical selections were very ap
propriate, and were well rendered.
Major Harris and his fellow work
ers of tbe balvatiou Army held an
interesting meeting at Kindergarten
Hall on Sunday eveniDg. Theydiove
to Kaanapali for another service on
When the dengue fever broke out
In Lahaina, the children generally
escaped the disorder during the first
week or two, but it afterwards ap
peared that the little ones were by
no means exempt. There have also
been several cases of chicken pox.
Letters have been received from
Miss Maloue. At last accounts she
was at Washington, D. C.
Pjnckuey Brown, an excellent bar
ber, has removed from Lahaina to
Wailuku. He was born in Terre
Haute, Ind., and he attended the
public schools in Indianapolis.
May Become an Admiral.
There is now a chance tor some
bright Hawaiian boy on Maui to rank
one day with Admiral Dewey in the
Delegate Kalanianaole will, on the
11th ot this month make a nomina
tion for a midshipman from the Ter
ritory, and Maui will receive the
honor, if a boy can be found worthy
of it. The applicant for this honor
must be between 15 and 20 years of
age anri must pass an examination
in all English branches of study, in
cluding geography, history and
mathematics. The examination in
history and geography will be rather
searching, so far as our own country
concerned. A fair analytical
knowledge of grammar will be re
quired, and a thorough knowledge of
elementary arithmetic, algebra to
and including quadratics, and also
plain geometry. It is to be hoped
that there is least one boy on Maui,
if not more, who is able to pass the
wireless received last night
state? that the county bll passed
third reading in the Honse, with
county government of schools and
lection of District Magistrates, and
that the bill has gone to conference
committee of the House and Senate,
McCann of Lahaina telephoned
congratulations to the News lust
night, stating that he had just re
ceived a wireless from a friend in
Honolulu stating that Wailuku had
been named as county seat. Ibis is
probably incorrect, however, as it is
almost certain that the House favors
referring the question of the county
seat to a popular vote. '
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Complete control can be had on both
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alone making them a much cheaper : Jjgi
lamp to burn than any other, and jgW
ine price oi tee lamps is vehy mucn
lower than any other make, and
they are a larger fixture. Can be hud
in 12 different styles either in full
nickel finish or antique copper.
These lamps arp on the list of
permitted devices" of the consulting
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 hd
A full line of globes, shades and
Over a hundred shapes and styles
and sizes in different colors can be
hud 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.
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PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD. 1
General Athletic Supplies
WRITE US FOR SAMPLES .
AND PRICES OF BASRBALL
V-E HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
Corner Union and Hotel Streets
P. O. Box 784. Honolulu, H. T.
WE ARE OUT
for a share of you trade. We can deliver
to the Steamer free of charge of packing
75 cts. up
90 cts. "
A phaeton in perfect condition and
nearly new, with full leather top and
and leather trimmings, at reasonable
figures. For full particulars, see or A 1-n m;,nv ntht ar4r1Q of fi unfair?.
Tel. No. 221.
Malik o Gulch.
Death of Henry Tallant.
On Tuesday evening last, Henry
Tallant for many years a sugar boiler
at the Wailuku Plantation Mill, died
of pneumonia, at his residence near
Wailuku. Mr. Tallant was one on the
most popular and highly respected
Hawaiianson Maui, and a useful man
citizen. Last tall during the political
campaign, he tilled the arduous po
sition of secretary of the republican
Committee in a highly satisfactory
His fraternal brothers administer
ed to all tile needs of his last hours,
and his lodge took charge ol tbe re
mam 3 giving tnem sepulture ui ins
residence, on Wednesday afternoon
with all the formal and affectionate
rites which mark tbe farewell or a
beloved and departed brother.
Mr. Tallant was 42 years of age at
the time of his death, and leaves . an
invalid wife and five children, tbe
youngest of whom is only two weeks
The present liauor laws for the
Islands should be wiped out entirely,
and a new, rational, intelligent and
conservative general liquor law en
The epidemic of strikes raging
from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast
of the United States will make dull
times up there for the next few
The News hereby offers a cash
prize of $50 to any tull blooded Ha-
waiian boy on Maui who captures the
Annapolis midshipman prize. Go for
The new Shamrock is pronounced
a wonder and American yachtsmen
will have to look to their laurels this
year, or Lipton will capture the long
'Instead of voting $5000 for a irail
to the summit of Haleakala, the sen
ate should have voted $3000 for the
trail, and $2000 for a mountain house
for tourists on the summit.
Billy White states that Wailuku
has a hospital to Lahaina's none, and
if he had been honest, would have
added that Lahaina invalids ftud the
Wailuku hospital, a great con
Paknpio Catscs Dismissed.
As was generally predicted on the
streets, the big offenders in the paka
pio cases at Kahului went scot free,
and two poor devils of runners were
Convicted, which is to be regretted,
as the police bad mucn trouble in
finally bringing the Ah Mi crowd be
fore the bar of justice.- Tho Ah Mi
stronghold which was raided by the
police has been repaired and strength
ened and if a new game of pakapio
has already been opened tbe police
are not to be blamed. Seattle meth
ods are sadly needed on Maui.
The News oftloo has this week
mailed a large number of small bills
tor subscriptions, ads and job work,
uow due, from all parts of all the Isl
ands, where it is obvious that a per
sonal visit capno be conveniently or
While scrupulous care has been
taken to avoid using the columns of
the News for dunning purposes, still
a notice of this kind may serve as a
reminder to those who intend to pay
and will puy. at ,their,;,coj;yenience.
As lor the other fellows, the Niws
man will see them personally, by
The loan bill is of scarcely less im
portance than the connty bill, and it
is up to the republican majority in
the legislature to pass u loan bill, or
be able to explain very clearly why
Charles Gay is now practically the
oivner of the entire island of Lanai,
having bought the two-thirds inter
ests of W. H. Pain and Paul Neu
mann last fall for $108,000, and that
of tbe Hayseldens recently for $00,
The item of $10,000 for a horse trail
from Nahiku to Kailu is not what the
people of Maui need. A sufficient
appropriation for a wagon road
should have been made and a good
wagon road should be built as tar as
the $10,000 appropriation will reach.
me nome ruiers m wauuxu were
whispering around this week that
Hon. S. Keliinoi and Hon. S. Kalama
had fallen down on the county seat
question. While it is not at all likely,
still we would like to exairine the
appearance of their scalps, when
they return to their constituents, it
it should pro Te true.
Shooting without permission on the
Muaiaea and Waikapu Mountains is
hereby prohibited, aud all violations
lot this notice willoe prosecuted.
W. H. CORN WELL.
L. M. VETLESEN has no power
or authority to sell or dispose of the
laborers' quarters, other buildings,
railway tracks and goods specified
in the advertisement in the Evening
Bulletin of March 23rd, 1903, and
which form part of the assets of the
Maunalei Sugar Company assigned
to me, W. H. Pain, by the Receiver
of the said Company by bill of sale
dated Juue 21st, 1903, and notice is
hereby given that all persons profes
sing to purchase from him any of the
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.
4 10-ton Flat Cars.
4 3-ton Cane Cars.
1 Hand Car.
2 miles, more or less, Permanent
R. R. Track, 24 in.
1 mile, more or less, Portable R.
R.. Track, 24 in.
1 Pile Driver.
1 large 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.!
1 Store Building, T. & G., 40x60; 1
2 stories high.
1 Corr. Iron Warehouse, 30x60.
A number of Lunas' Cottages and
Laborers' Quarters, etc. etc.
Above mentioned property former
ly belonged i to the Maunalei Sugar
Co.. Lanai. and will be sold CHEAP
for Csb. . .
For further particulars apply to
L. M. VETLESEN,
Notice of Dissolution of Partner
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.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO.
YOUNG BUILDING ,
Cor. Hotel & Bishop Streets. Honolulu, H. T.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry hoods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADi
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 Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
WEATHER PROOF COLD WATER PAINT;
Tie Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, both for Outside aud Inside Work.
Send for Color Card and Fries List.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
Honolulu H. T.
Notice is hereby given tha the
Co-partnership lately subsisting be
tween us, the undersigned Edw. Hoff
mann and V. A. Vetlesen, carrying on
a general merchandise business at
Wailuku. Maui T. H., under the firm
name and style of HOFFMANN &
VETLESEN, was ou tbe 6th day of
March, 1903 dissolved by mutual con'
sent, and that the business in the
future will be carried on by Edw.
Hoffmann uud W. T. Robinson, who
will pay and discharge all debts and
liabilities, and receive all moneys pay
able to the said late firm.
V. A. VETLESEN.
JrtTailuku, Maul March, 6th. 1903.
Done in presence of: '
J. L.' Coki.
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on" Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. of P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUIj
Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business! Manager
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish ou application.
Safe of any known make furnished.
J. C. AXTELL
P. O. Box 612, 1013-1030 ALAKEA St. Bet.KING and HOTEL Si8.