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Big races on Maui, July. 4.
Yesterday was the usual rainy
Kihei had heavy rain showers yes
terday, something unusual. '
Now, where is the man who is going
to start a drug sto-e at Wailuku?
The loading of sugar at Kahului
was suspended yesterday on account
The Kahuluis played In big luck
when they signed Ned Kreuger a.i
Try a local ad. in the Ntws, If you
have anv thing to sell. Everybody
A good driveway up Iao Valley is
something which should not be defer
red much longer.
The work of macadamizing the
road makai of the Wailuku Depot is
Good money Is waiting for the
party who will estab'ish a poultry
farm on central Maul.
There was no quorum at the meet
ing of thnMaui Athletic Association
od Mouduy evening.
. Pearson & Potter Co. are out this
week in a new ad. of baseball goods.
Send them your orders.
Work began last Monday morning
on the repairs of the Maalaea Bay
whar' and has been completed.
The retai' license of the Wailuku
Saloon, opposite the depot, has ex
pired, and will not be renewed.
The Cremo Cigar, advertised by
H. Hackfeld &Co., is said to be the
best 5 center sold in the Islands.
The Bismark' Stables sport the
neatest and nattiest rigs and the
best saddle and driviug horses in
Send your job work to the Niws
Job Office. Prompt and satisfactory
work guaranteed, at reasonable
A number of young men in town
have been practicing this week, for
choir service at the Catholic Church,
Lots of good smoke in a 5 cent, one
ounce uackacre Little Jack Long Cut,
gold by.M.S.Grinbaum & Co., 6 pack
ages for 25 cents.
TY,a firut. lpncTUB cra.rne of the season
- will be Dlavecl tomorrow afternoon at
Wells. Park, between the Morning
Stars and Wailukus.
These warm days should remind
the ladies that the Hamakuapoko
Store carries a large line of Ladies'
Summer Dress Goods.
The headquarters of the builders
of the new ditch are about six miles
mauka of Keanae, where wo large
tunnels are being driven.
C. Schumann, Limited, the leading
carriage dealers cf the Islands have
moved into their new quarters in the
Young building, Honolulu.
There has been considerable travel
on Maui during the past two weeks,
and the streets of Wailuku present a
lively, bust'ing appearance.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at 22.00 and
up, per M., spot cash. Apply to
Last week, Puimene Mill broke
the world's record, its output of
sugar for the week being 1,o0(j tons,
or a daily average output of 251 tons.
Now that the time for spring clean
ing and painting has" arrived, see the
Weather Proof Cold Water Paint ad
of the Pacific Hardware.on this page.
. . The Ladies Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will meet at the
Windbor Hotel on Friday, April 17,
at 2.30 P.M. All members are earn
estly requested to be present.
Special trains will run from Paia,
Puunene and Kihei tomorrow, to en
able out-of-town people to attend
church services in the morning, and
stay to enjoy the baseball game in
Trains from all points will ru.i to
Wailuku on Sunday morning, leaving
after the close of the ball game in
the af ternenn. Dont miss either the
morning church services or the after
noon ball game.
The new "Upto-Date" barbershop
across the street from the Niws
office will soonopenfor business. Mr.
Brown Is a sober, steady man, and.
has the reputation, of being a first
class barber, He should do well here.
MAUI CLAIMS THE FOURTH
And Backs Its Clnlin.
Maul has claimed its own again in
the matter ot the Fourth of July fol
ks Grand Annual Race Meet. For
years Maui held its annual races on
the Fourth of July, but lax methods
and a pea-nut policy prevailed to
such an extent that racing languish
ed and Hik quietiy appropriated
our race day without a protest.
Last year the matter was taken
in hand by the leading race men on
Maui, new men were elected as offi
cers of the Maui Racing Association,
big purses were offered for the 12th
of August races, and a successful
meeting was the result. Ever since
that event, the feeling has been
growing that Maui should reclaim iU
old racing day, and that feeling found
unanimous expression at the annual
meeting of the Association on last
It was vhe dale fixed for the an
nual election of officers, and the fol
lowing wero elected:
G. B. Robertson, President; J. J.
Walsh, Vice-President; D. L. Meyer,
Secretary; W. T. Robinson, Treas
urer; J. Kirkland, Jas. N. K. Keola
and George Keeney, Executive Com
The Association decided to offer
the sum of $1,350 in purses, which will
be increased to $1,500 if necessary,
and the executive committee were
instructed to prepare a liberal pro
gram at once, for publication, which
will of course be subject to final ac
tion at the next meeting of the Asso
ciation in May.
The result of last year's races has
been to stimulate racing on Maui, and
several new members joined the As
sociation at Tuesday's meeting.
There will be several new Maui
horses to compete for honors at the
meet, among which Col. W. II. Corn
well, President of the Honolulu
Jocky Club, promises to add a string.
It was ascertained at Tuesday's
meeting that quite a number of the
members are in arrears with their
dues, Bnd the secretary was instruct
ed to send them notifications to
square up,acd with the certainty of a
big race day on the Fourth, most of
them will doubtless do so, thus giv
ing the Association sufficient funds
to put the track in good repair. .In
this connection, the Association is to
be congratulated on the mako up of
its preseDt Executive Committee, all
of whom are live men, and who will
leave nothing undone to make our
Fourth of July races a grand success.
Big Results at Puunene.
Twice a day the air of central Maui
is thrilled with the hoarse cry of the
huge steam whistle at Puunene, bring
ing with it the storied picture of
great machinery at work, of long cane
trains bringing grist to its mill and
long sugar trainp carrying away its
golden fruition, of hurried and busy
men, and the swift transition of wav
ing cane into sacks of sugar.
The detailed results of this work are
no less interesting than a contem
plation of general results. Last week
the mill turned out 1506 tons of sugar
in a six days run, or 251 tons per
day. These figures alone give but a
faint conception of the work done.
Between 500 and GOO cars of cane
are cut and brought to the mill
daily, and over three train loads each
containing 1,000 sacks of sugar,
uaily leave the mill for the wharf
If the cane ground daily were made
up in one train load, it would be
more than a mile long. Those ouly
who are familiar with the process of
bringing cane to mills can fully ap
perciate the herculean labor involved
iu handling this amount of cane. The
output of sugar at Puunene for the
last month alone reached the enor
mous umount of 6,292 tons, a task
never before accomplished by any
sugar mill on earth.
' Mr. Frank Baldwin is acting as
manager of the plantation during
the absence of his father, Hon. H.P.
Baldwin, now in the Territorial sen
ate, and is developing a high degree
of executive ability, such as will
make his services always in high de
mand. A generous rivalry now ex
ists between Mr. Baldwin and Chief
Engineer Williams of Puunene Mill,
the former striving to land more
cane at the mill than Mr. Williams
can handle, and the latter striving
to grind more cane than' Mr. Bald
win can land at the mill, the result
of which are the flattering figures
above given, .
A very successful biiseball season
n Maui is now mi assured fact. Four
strong tearrs have entered the league,
the Morning Stars, the Wnilukus, the
Kahuluis and the Lahainas.
At first there wns some doubt as
to whether the Kahuluis could secure
a pitcher, but they now have a
rack i-r jack in Ned Krueger, and
are going iu red-ejed lor the cham
pionship cup. The Morning Stars
have lost pitcher Jackson to the
Maiilo llimas. Krueger has come
to the front with a rush, soins claim
ing that he is an abler twirler than
Jackson who will pitch for the Moru
ing Stars' team until they break in a
new pitcher. The Wailulius.eomposed
f the combination of the Alerts and
Wuikapus is full of sound timber and
if Thompson pitches, they ought, to
stand l ight up at the head of the
class. The Lahainas are a strong
team, even if Searlo should not play
with them, and the team that wius
the cup this season will have to get
right down and play ball.
A called meeting of the Associa
tion was held on Thursday evening,
at which linal arrangement were
perfected for the initial game. James
Coral of Kahului was selected as offi
cial umpire and Manuel C. Ross of
Puunene as official scorer for the
s ason s games, witn ueorge u.
Sohrader as sub-umpire and ' sub-
The grounds and grand stand at
Wells, Ptfrk are being put into shape
for tomorrow's opening game between
the Morning Stars and Wailukus,
and a hot spiel is on the program.
The following is the league pro-
April 12, Morniug Stars vs Wailuku.
" 19, .Kahului vs Lahaina.
' 26, Kahului vs Wailuku
May 3, Morning Stars vs Lahaina.
" 10, Morning Stars vs Kahului.
" 17, Waiiukuvs Lahaina. .
" 24, Morning Stars vs Wafluku.
" 31, Kahului vs Lahaina. S"''
June 7, Kahului vs Wailuku.
" 14, Morning Stars v& Lahaina.
". 21, Morning'.Stars vs Kahului.
" 28. Wailuku vs Lahaina.
July 5, Murninjf Stars vs Wailuku.
" 12 Kahului vs LaJniina.
' 19, Kahului vs Wailuku.
" 26, Mornius'Starsvs Lahaina.
Aug. 2, Morning&iars vs Kahului.
" 9, Wailuku vs Lahaina.
" 16, MorningStars vs Wailuku.
" 23, Kahului vs Lahaina.
" 30, Kan'ului vs Wailuku.
Sept. 6, Morning Stars vs Lahaina.
" 13, Moruing.St.ars vs Kahului.
" 20, Wailuku vs Lahaina.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olsen enjoyed
a pleasant trip to Honolulu last week.
Mrs. Warren has returned to her
home in Honolulu. She was formerly
a teacber'in the Priory School.
Mrs. Molony and Miss Ellis rode
over to Wailuku last week, and
possibly the journey may be extend
ed to Haleakala.
Manager Barckhausen and Mr,
Aalberg have recovered from the
Presiding Elder Pearson was in
town two days last week, inspecting
the Japanese Mission. He was well
pleased with the labors of Pastor
Tokimasa. Elder Pearson and Rev,
Dr, Harris were entertained by Mr.
Major S. Nowlein and family are
visiting relatives in Lahaina. Mrs,
Nowlein has been slightly indisposed
Tne foundation have been laid for
a small building on the waterfront.
Extra services have been held at
the churches this week, and prepar
ations have been made for the Easter
Wailuku Breaks a Record.
A singular instance of forwarding
money by wireless telegraphy, and
the first known instance of the kind
recently occurred in Wailuku.
A gentlemen- in Wailuku desired
to pay a considerable sum of money
in San Francisco, and applied to the
First National Bank of Wailuku,
who forwarded the money by wireless
to Honolulu and thence by cable to
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Bank in San
Francisco. A letter has ust been
received from Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Bank addressed to our local bank,
stating that the dispatch was re
ceived and the money paid in San
Francisco on the same day that the
dispatch was sent from here.
This was quick work, as well as a
novel method of sending money by
wireless, and has a tendency to make
Wailukar.s feels that they are not so
fr out ot the world, after all. ,
Cyt'UH T. Green Fount! Culllj ,
Cyrus T. Greer, agent, of the Roth
enberg Co., n San Francisco whiskey
house, has tie en found guilty of sel
ling liquor without a license, and fin
eil $100. The ruse will probably be
Mr. Green, on his recent trip to
the const accepted the agency of
the Rolhetiberg Co. On his return,
i(! solicited orders for the linn, .inu
secured quite a number, which wi re.
n due time filled. So far, he was
within the pale of ihe law, but
t. is claimed that he recently receiv
ed twelve cases, of which only twi
cases were bona fide orders, the rest
being consigned for sale. The polio
succeeded in securing a spy, who it
was claimed, bought a case ot liquor
from Green for $8.00. This is whsre
Mr. Green blundered.
So far us soliciting ordered for the
Siin Francisco firm tud forwurding
tl em to be tilled and shipped to the
parties ordering, the inter-state
laws protect Mr. Green, but there is
a wide distinction between that
course and having whiskey shipped
here to be sold on consignment. Love
j".y & Co., and Macfarlane & Co.,
each pay $1000 per annum as a
territorial liccii.-c, and as a protec
tion tn them others who soli liqui r
on consignment without a license,
should be cinched.
Mr. Green claims that the. partic
ular case of whiskey for tin: sale
of which he was convicted, was duly
ordered of Rothenber & Co., through
him as agent, and that the order wus
duly forwarded to the San Francisco
house, who filled the order and ship
ped the goods.
Mr. Green was arrested under two
separate charges of the same natur e,
and upon the conclusion of the first
trial yesterday, the trial in the
second case was immediately taken
up, the result of which was that he
was convicted and fined $100 on the
second charge also.
Easter Service at St. Anthony's
6 o'clock A. M. Communion.
9 o'clock A. M. Children's Mass.
10:30 A. M. High Mass-The Choir
will sing Wiegand's Mass with accom
paniraent of Orchestra. '
On the evening of April 7, between
Kahului and Wailuku, a 32 Smith &
Wesson revolver in new, brown
leather scabbard. A liberal reward
will be paid for its return, or for in
formation which will lead tons re
covery. JOHN VASCONCELLOS
Shooting without permission on the
Maalaea and Waiirapu Mountains is
hereby prohibited, and all violations
ot this notice will be prosecuted.
W. H. CORN WELL.
A phaeton in perfect condition and
nearly new, with full leather top and
and leather trimmings; at reasonable
figures, r or full particulars, see or
Tel. No. 221. Maliko Gulch
1 6 in. Centrifugal Pump, Engine
and Boiler complete.
1 30 horse power Portable Boiler
1 Baldwin Locomotive, 2 headlights
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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.
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1 Pile Driver.
1 large Windlass.
2 Roll Top Office Desks.
1 large Wardrobe.
1 Glass Door Book Case.
1 Wood Water Tank-, 5,000 gals.
1 Wood Water Tank, 7,500 gals.
2 miles, more or less, Red Wood
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1 Store Building, T. & G., 40xGO;
2 stories high.
1 Corr. Iron Warehouse, 30x60.
A number of Lunas Cottages and
Laborers' Quarters, etc. etc.
Above mentioned property former
ly belonged to the Maunalei Sugar
Co., Lanai, and will be sold CHEAP
For further particulars apply to
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