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Fine scenic views for sale at Man
Hotel. Drop in and see samples.
Take in the Ten-Cent Entertain
Jiientat Alexander House, this even
ing. The Maui Racing Association offer
$1400 iu purses for the Fourth i
That drujr store o. Wailuku is
slowly beginning to take definite
Trade winds are in full swing now,
'and the April showers have about
Subscribe for the Maui News, and
thus encourage the enlargement ot
the Maui paper.
The Thursday evening dances at
K. of P. Hall are proving a popular
and permanent institution.
An epidemic of old fashioned influ
enza has prevailed in Wailuk u during
the break-up of the weather.
TUa TTnViiL-iinil Mnrl.-pt ia nnw nre-
pared to furnish fat beef from the
Kahikinui and Waiohuli rauches.
,The Maui News has "hung up" a
chumplonship cup for the winning
baseball team during the league sea
son. M. J. Keelen, an experienced en
gineer and boiler maker, offers his
services to the Maul public, in this
Three new cottages are to be built
street opposite Judge Kalua's rea
Manilla Anchor Lager has a deli
cacy of flavor possessed by no other
beer In the market. Try it. Lovejoy
& Co., agents, Wailuuu.
Honolulu merchants write that
they find ads in the News a paying
proposition. Our local merchants
.should try it a whack.
First Class, merchantable lumber
(for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
jupy per M., spot cash. Apply to '
CYRUS T. GREEN
There is an opportunity offered by
the Honolulu Photo. Supply Co. to
buy Premo Cameras at a great dis
count. See their tew ad in this issue
. It is believed that the examination
ot witnesses Iu the water controversy
" will be closed this afternoon in' time
. 1. 1 .1. . TT t . 1 . . nnH4-.n.vAn tn
to rnauie Mits nuuuiuiu vuuuukcui w
leave on the Claudine. .
Arthur Waal of Lahaina is agent
... -11 .Li nnni.ln ......
lor ail me .rienvuiiK, pupuii uing-
azines. Write or telephone him your
orders which will certainly receive
prompt attention at lowest rates
There are enough of bright young
- men in Wailuku to organize a uter
arv, drany&Uc and musical socie'y,
and there is no doubt but that they
0uld make delightful success of it.
Ue Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicatorj cools the scalp
and beautifies the Loir; to be had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
' PINKNEY BROWN, PROP.
The Stars and Ilimas play ball at
Wells Park tomorrow afternoon. By
the way the games will hereafter be
allfld at 2:30 sharp, instead of 3
o'clock. Come early or you will mis
Contractor Burlcm has completed
the fence around the new school lot,
the front fence being a neat picket
A stone embaukjment will be built
along the entire front of the lot just
outside tlie fence.
The fishing hul at Maalaea Bay,
consisting of Jack Neill and the Val
noon brothers have about completed
.preliminaries, and fat deep-sea fish
tvnm TCahoolawe mavsoon be ex
pected in the Wailuku market.
A musical concert of rare merit
with new features is being arranged
for May 80, to be given by Aloha
If. of P.. at their Castle Hall
. under tlie management of Mr. C. D.
Lrafk'ta, Further .particulars next
The "'Honolulu AdM k neat end
ttec tivo monthly nam phlet publish
ad br: Chas.. Frazier and Dan
X.oea.nJ is full of interesting read
ing matter on lively and pertinent
topics, beside displaying quit a num
'bar of artistic and catchy ads.
The macadamizing of the road be
tween the Wailuku depot and the
beach is being vigorously pushed and
is a vast Improvement on the chuck
hole cordurory of last winter. High
. street from Maiu. to. Viueyard, an
jViueyard Irom Market to the come
tery snouiu cuiuu uai.
For Fourth of July Purse.
On Tuesday evening latt, the Maui
Racing Association held its regular
May meeting for the purpose of
adopting a program of races for the
L . , i. tu
uui till ui iuiy iiicob, uuu iui vuc
ransncticn of such othei matters at
ould tend to the success of the
The official program, ' which ap
pears on the first page of this issue,
gives the results of the decision of
ie meeting. It will be observed
that there were no changes mude in
the program as recently published
in this paper save, one, and that is
he substitution of a cowboys" relay
ace lor the mule race, with un in-
rease of the purse from 150 to $100.
There was a full and enthusiastic
ttendunce at the meeting, and there
is no doubt but that under the pres
ent management, the races will be
grand success. . A large number ol
the older membership were found to
be in arrears in their dues, in sums,
ranging from ten to twenty-five
ollurs, and the secretary repor ted
that he had sent statements of their
ues to these members, and that in
but few instances he received any
espouse. He was thereupon instruct
d by tne Association to send new
notifications at once to all members
over oue year in an ears, advising
them that if their dues are rot paid
by the first of June, the Executive
Committee will order their suspen
sion. The primary reason for so much
delinquency has doubtless arisen
from the lax, pea-nut policy which
has prevailed during the past few
years, but now that high , class rac
ing is again assured, on Maui, these
members should square up their dues
and help to make the races what
what they should be.
There is a sufficient sum of money
on hand to inaugurate the work of
getting the track, grounds and prem
ises in readiness for the races, and
the Executive Committee were in
structed to proceed with the work
at once, the result of which will be,
in the hands of the present able
committee, that every thing possible
will be done to put the track and
grounds in fine shape for the races
The Executive Committee are con
sidering the proposition of cindering
a part if not all of the race-track,
ann as buDt. inner has made a very
liberal offer in the matter of furnish
ing cinders, something will probably
be attempted in this direction.
On Monday evening, the Maui Ath
letic Association met at the court
house and transacted much impor
tant buiness. .The. reports of the
secretary and treasurer showed that
the affairs of the Association are in a
healthy and prosperous condition.
It being the time for ihe annual
election of officers, the following were
L. M. Baldwin, President.
G. B. Robertson, Vice President
J. Garcia, Secretary.
L. R. Crook, Treasurer. .
W. E Bal, W. H. Cornwell, Jr,
and Clement Crowell, Directors.
George H. Cummingi was elected
captain of the M. A, A. Baseball
team, and L. R. Crook, manager of
the grounus at Wells Park.
An amendment to the constitution
was onerea by ueo. u. ocnraaer,
abolishing the office of manager of
the grounds, which will be acted on
at the next meeting.
The question of a championship
cup to the winning team was, called
up, ana the Maci News received
permission to furnish and present
the cup to the winners.
On Last Sunday afternoon, the
Morning Stars and Labainas playtd
a fairly ood game, during the first
part of which the Stars plaved T,
Kreuger as pitcher and J. Garcia
behind the bat. '
Following is the score by innings
I 8 3 4 & 6 7 8 9 '
M. Stars 6 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 12
Lahalnas 0 11002000
Tomorrow afternoon will witness
the initial game of the season be
tween the Stars and the Iiiinas, and
a hot old game may be expected. Mr,
Corell will play first base tomorrow
notwithstanding his game knee. His
loss would have weakened the Ilimas
somewhat, but in any event they are
unquestionably a strong team, who
will bid high for the Maui New&
The record of the season's games
so far stands; Morning' Stars !
Ilimas, 1; Wailukus, lj Lalmiuas, 0
Kamaalna to Wailuku.
W. F. Johnstone. C. E., who is in
Wailuku this week, in connection
with the water controversy, is an
old timer in Wailuku, having first
?en here about twenty-six years
In conversation with a News re
porter he gave some interesting re
miniscenses of the old times. A
Chinese coffee shop then stood on the
present site of the Maui Hotel. Mr.
Girven owned and ran the store
where Hoffmann & Robinson are r.ow
located. Wailuku Sugar Plantation
was then under the ownership of the
Bailey Bros., and the McGees own
ed ond lived at 'Waihee. The pres
ent Puunene Plantation was then an
ncultivated open country, and The
only road from Wailuku to Kahului
ran over the sand hills. The hotel
property now owned by John Tallant
was then run by Mr. For,d, and
was the favorite rendezvous of visit
ors from Waihee and Waikapu, who
gathered in Wailuku ou Sundays.
Mr. Ford allowed the boys con
siderable latitude, aud they would
send to Honolulu far eatables ano
drinkables and then meetin Wailuku
and occasionally "make Rome howl."
Kir. E. H. Bailey, r.ow Inspector ot
Customs at Kahului, was then suc
cessfully engaged in the fishery bus
iness at thot port
Mr. Johnstone congratulates Wai
uku on its present neat, thriving
appearance, and predicts a success
ful future for the county seat of Maui
Mr. Johnstone built the first wharf
at Kahului. At that time the onlj
building at Kahului was a warehouse
owned by Capt. Hobron. who ran
choonersetween Kahului and Hon
olulu. Capt. Hobron had timbers cut
ut Makawao and shipped to Honolulu,
with which were' built the smal
teamer Kilauea Hou,' the only steam
vessel ever built in Honolulu. At the
imc she was built, Capt. Hobron
feared that she would be too large
to enter Kahului lurbdr, little
dreaming that steamers of the ton
nage of the Nevadan, Nebraskan and
Hawaiian would one day 'lie in the
harbor. Mr. Johnstone also placed
the first buoys in Kahului harbor.
The Christian Scientist Church
gave a social entertainment ou ttu
evening of May Day, in honor ot tht
delegates who were about to return
to their homes in Honolulu. The pro-
gram included a number of songs by
Lahainaluna boys and others. There
were several short speeches, and re
freshments were served.
The burning of Prof. E. H. Carle
ton s houhe at Lahainaluna was not
the first misfortune upon the same
site. Rev. Dr. Sereno E. Bishop
resided in a house upon the same lot
of land, about thirty vears ego,
Without the slightest warning that
building was badly wrecked by an
Two boys were expelled from the
government school on Tuesday. It is
said that they had been amusing
themselves in tearing down fences,
and scattering seed grain about the
Mrs. Charles Saffrey died on Mon
day, leaving a large family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Hayselden;
Fred Hayselden, Jr. and Miss Rachel
Hayselden took the steamer for Hon
olulu last Saturday.
Miss Ivy Richardson sprained her
ankle last week, and has been unable
to attend to her duties in the School
for several day h,
Principal Reavis, of Lahainaluna
Seminary, has returned from Hono
The large water wheel has been
set in the new machine shop at
Lahainaluna, and the machinery will
soon be in motion.
The term at Lahainaluna Seminary
will close on Friday, May 29.
The closing exercises of the Gov
ernment scnooi win take place on
Friday, June 19.
Airs, r ranees u. woiony has re
turned from a short visit in Wailuku,
Sing Fat Jt Bros, have moved into
their new store. The old store will
be renovated, and new goods will be
added to the stock on hand.
8,400 tons of sugar represent the
output of the Kaanipali end of the
Pioneer i'lanta.tton for the present
season, and tte output of the entire
plantation will about double tb
The supposed volcanic eruption
Turtle Mouptauv in northwest Can
ade has proved to be simply a series
of enormous landslides.
Judge Estee's views on the lines of
natural growth of the Islands are
eminently sound aud American. -
Roosevelt was given an uproarious
ovation by the Colorado cowboys and
wonderful flower show by the Los
Angelans this week.
The meteor which struck Hawaii
as found in the mountains of Kau.
It was still hot when found, and
weighed between 2,000 and 3.000
Governor Dole should sign the bill
ntroduced by Senator Baldwin and
passed by both houses, providing 'or
placing territorial officers under suit
Judging by the picture of Vasquez,
in Tuesday's Advertiser, Attorney
Magoon of Honolulu would prove
persona non gratia" in San Domin
go, just now.
Supt. of Public Works Cooper holds
that the county bill is in contraven
tion of the organic act. and the mat
ter has been referred to the Supreme
Court for decision.
Senator Dickey's move to reduce
the salaries of the heads ot depart
ments Was a move in the right direc-
ion, and one which deserves the sup
port of the legislature.
A number of new islands have been
liscovered in the Philippine group,
which is rather unfortunate, consid
ring the trouble we are having with
'hose already discovered.
With drinks at two and one-half
ents in Honolulu, a large movement
roin the Coast may be expected at
nce, if "Dickie Davis and the other
buys continue to make good.
The New York leaders of the dem
ocratic 'party are talking up Cleve
a id for presidential nominee, and at
meeting shortly to be held at
Princeton, further developments are
Notice is hereby given that tbeun
dersigned has this day been appoint
d. by the Honorable John W. Kalua,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit Court, Territory of
Hawaii, administrator of the Estate
of Tbomab C. Forsyth, late of Kula
Maui, deceased, in place of S. E
Knleikau (administrator), deceaseri
JAS. Zi. K, KEOLA,
Administrator Estate of Thomas C,
Wailuku, Maui, May 9th, 1903.
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The undersigned, a fir:?t-class Boil
er Maker, who has built :ind laid all
the large water mains, such as the
Makaweli, Ewa, Kahuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel tripe lines, wishes
work, including . all kinds of repair
uod all classes of boiler wortc. He also
builds the best spark catchin g loco
motive smoke stacks on the - Islands.
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co., and Paia
Plantation Co. Prompt attention to
repairs, which will be completed An
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
All work finished in first-class, me
chanical style. Address
vV.v j .. M. J. KEELEN,
Y"'V- ' ' ' Wailuku.
One Wilcox & Gibbs, and one
Wheeler & Wilson Rawing- machine,
nearly new, and ."cheap." Several
other makes, at jour own price.
L. J. EKBERG.
Box 52, Wailuku, Maui.
You can save money, time and
trouble by ordering through me all
American aud foreign uewspapcrs
and magazines at lowest prices. ' All
orders will receive prompt attention.
T.aVaSna Maul (
VUltlng Cards, 50 cts tor 100.
Samples and type book for 2 ct.
stamp. Send today.
Mercantile Printing Co., Ltd., Box
Just received by S. S. China, twc
hundred fine singing canary birds
at 12.50 each.
Send your orders, to C . H. . Brown
' Administratrator for D. L. Caru-
arinos. P. O. Box 80? Honolulu
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
& ORDER 11V UUU
II A TT 11
i mi iv
WE ARE OUT
for a share of .your
to the Steamer free of
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.
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO.
Cor. Hotel & Bishop Streets. Honolulu, H. T.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods and General Merchandise -
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD&
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 TOBACCOSS
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kona
Coffee in Taste and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities. "
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CMAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul.
Tlie Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, both tor Outside and Inside Work.
Send for Color Card and F rice List.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
Honolulu, H. T.
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
, baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Suck as Napkin Rings, etc. ',..
. We Alee Receive Articles on Consignments. .
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. or P.'HALL BUJLDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. K, Kahookele, Business Manager.
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures ia Italian Marble on Granite Bases. K )
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronze.
Photographs at all designs oheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any known make furnished..', .
J. C. AXtELL
P.'O. Box 642, 1013-1050 ALAKEA St. Bet.iKIKG and HOTEL S.
General Athletic Supplies
WRI1E US FOR SAMPLES
AND PRICES OF BASKHALL
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D. '
. . s
trade. We can deliver
charge of packing
75 cts. up
90 cts. "
COLD WATER PAINT.