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Ring up the Bismrk Stables, il
you want the best ri iu town.
Kula corn ami potatoes look flour
ishing and show no tiaces vt pest 01
Write to the Porter Furniture Co'
Honolulu for catalogues of high class
The nice track at Ki'hului is btiny
put in first class shape for the races,
on the Fourth.
The weather has been quite warm
in Wailuku this week, with strong
trade winds prevailing.
The musical entertainment plan
ned for May 30, by 'Aloha Lodge hus
been postponed to Juno 10.
Give the News a chance to bid on
your job work, und you will get sat
isfactory results in short rder.
The Wailukus and Morning Start,
cross bats tomorrow afternoon, ana
fire will fly from start to tiuish.
The central office at Pah will tit
closed from early tomonow morning
till 5 p. m., ou account of removal.
Owners of vacant lots in Wailuku
should begin at once to iiyuru on the
proposition of building houses to rein.
Tf you want the best gasoline lamp
on the market, at the lowest price,
call on Dr. Geo. S. Aiken, ugeut, at
The foliage overhanging Maiu
street between High and Market
should be trimmed oack to the line oi
' There are vast quarries of good
building stone on central Maui which
would be quite suitable for our new
A big luau,is to be given at Alex
" -ander Hall on Thursday June 4, from
12 to 6.. p.m., for the benetit of the
The News throws bouquets at itself
over the action of the Maui legislative
caucus, in appropriating $50,000 to
complete the kailua-Nahiku road.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, per M., spot cash, Apply to
. CYRUS T. GREEN
There will be an important meet
of the hiaui Racitiir Association at
the Wniluku courthouse tonight, and
all members should try to be present.
If vou wont aprimo camera at
greatly reduced price, write at once
to the Honolulu Photo Supply Co. as
the reduced lot are nearly all gone
The May number of the Paradise
of the Pacific is a very handsome
and attractive piece of work, and it
deserves a large patronage oa Maui
XSee the new ad of the Makawao
Store on the first page. Awanahand
les uroduee in wholesale lots at
wholesale prices, and delivers, the
Try a package of Little Jack Long
Cut Smokintr Tobacco, Grimbaum:
Co. sole agents. Only 5 ceius a
package, or six packages for 25
Sorehead has appeared among the
ounr chickens in Wailuku, coin
cident with the ripe mango season,
and the incubator is out of a job till
mAv f. caaenn
The muddy bit of road beyond
Tuihu!ul has dried up and is now all
rirfit. but 'a section' of that road
should be raised at least two feet,'
Auctioneer. Coke 6old the house
hold goods of Mr. B. D. Baldwin last
Saturday. Mr. Baldwin will prob
ably become the permanent Man
.ager at Makawoli. Kauai.
With a good carriage drive up
lap Valley and good streets In Wai
lufcu, there will not be any excuse
' for lack 6t nice roadsters and "sin
gles," among our young men.
' Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
I)and.ruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the huir; to be had at
the Up-To-Dato Barber Shop.
PINKNEY BROWN, PROP
Two new cottages are well under
-wayan.d another is soon to be erect
ed on the Pia Cockett lot on Main
street, opposite Judge Kalua's res
idence, and all three are already
engaged by1 tenants.
. Notice is hereby given that the
Waihee Rice Plantation Co. Ltd.
has appointed S;. Ah Mi as presiden
of the company to fill out the unex
plred term of Y. Ah Chew, late de
coased, president of the company....
' YEONG YOUNG
Sec. W; R. P. Co. Lt l
- ATHLETIC NOTES.
The Lnhainas have gradually im
proved in form until thev now show
a team of which the palm city should
feel proud. Although the score board
was against them last Sunday, still
hey played a very good game, and
f they had been worked up to their
resent high standard before the
season commenced, the result at the
end of the season would have been
quite different. They, and also the
t her league teams should profit by
this lesson, and commence in time
next 3 ear to practice before the
regular league season opens, so that
each of the teams will be keyed up to
lie top notch when the Crst game of
190-1 is called. The Wailukus did not
how to their best advantage last
Sunday, but the chances are that
they were saving themselves up for
Following is the score by innings:
Wailukus 3 0 2 0 0 5 5 2 219
Lanainas 02101 0 03 1 8
Excitement Is running high over
omorrow's game. Beth teams are
n the pink of condition, and if both
earns appear in full strength, as
now t-eems quite certain, one of the
est games ever played on the Wells
Park diamond will be witnessed. As
t the result, no one can tell until the
inth inning, although the friends of
both teams feel sure of the success
)f their favorite. It will be a game
which will try the metal, nerve and
good temper of both teams, end the
News, in the 'most kindly spirit.
ures the members of both teams to
play the game in a cool, good hi mor-
ed, manly spirit, with jut losing con
trol of themselves at any point of the
game, no matter how the score then
stands. And when victory does perch
on the banner of ono or the other
team, as it must, the victors should
show such courtesy and consideration
for the defeated team as will make
them feel that there is oven honor in
A match geme for June 11 is being
arranged between the Y. M I. team
and the Aloha Lodge, K. of P. team,
and as both teams will consist of
picked men, a high class game may
be expected on that day.
What Maui Gets.
The Maui Senators and Represent
tatives have completed their caucus
nn the items in the Loan Bill which
boiong to Maui County. Their pro
rata is $184,651,58 and they have
agreed on appropriations in the sum
of $184,600 (leaving out the $651.58),
Court House, Wailuku $ 35,000
Jail, Wailuku . 5,000
Fire Station, Wailuku. 3,000
Road Upper Nahiku 2,500
Relocation trails and road
lvipahulu to Kahikhiui. . . . 5,000
Road Nahiku to Kailua 5,0,000
Road Puaaluu to Muolea 10,000
Completion Kula Homestead
Completion Kihei-Keokerroad 3,000
Trail to summit Haleakala. . . 5,000
Bridge across Maliko at Ka-
Bridge Across Halawa Gulch. 1,000
Bridge Puuhele to Kihei T 2,000
Road Puuhele to Kihei 4,000
New bridge Waikopu to Maa-
, laea. 3,000
Relocating and reconstructing
road Wailuku to lao 10,000
Relocating road Lahain Uku-
Bridges Lahaina roads 2,000
Construction road Ilonolua to
Houokohau . 7,000
Relocation and construction
road Honokohau to' Waihce 10,000
Completion road Puuohoku to
Extension Market street to
Extension Kaiue Street to Ka
Extension Kalua Avenue or
Vineyard street to point op
posite Wells' Park 2,100
Exciting Boat Race.
Visitors at Kahulul last Sunday
moruing'witnessed a very beautiful
and exciting boat race between the
K. R. R. Co. boat Kaupu, captained
by Petersen, and the Galilee, with
Pilot Euglish at the tiller. It was an
ideal day for the race, although the
breeze was rather light at limes for
the Kaupu, which with a capfull o
so more of wind would have made a
The flag boat was anchored about
two miles out, And llie course lay from
the wharf around ths buoys, theuce
out around. the .flag boat and. back
abng the same course to the wharf,
swung out around the buoy's to an
even start at 10:35. Like two great
white flea birds the two boats sped
around the buoys and out to sea, the
Kaupu leading and rounding the flag
boat at 10:47.11, the Galilee round
ing it at 10:47.39. Then started an
exciting race homeward, during
which the Galilee picked up the Ka-
pu and crossed the home line at
10:56.1, followed by the Kaupu at
10:56.6, five seconds, behind, the
time being 21 min and 1 sec. and the
istance sailed being over four miles.
Another race is on tomorrow morn
ing weather permitting.
On Tuesday evening the Kinau
brought toe remain of Mrs. Talula
Hayselden, wife of Frederick Hay-
seiden.. . A large number of friends
were waiting to express their-sympathy
at the palace home. The hand
some casket was deposited in the
irge parlor, where it was soon cover
ed with tie numerous, costly and
beautiful floral offerings, which wero
contributed by many friends. Among
these unsurpassed tributes of affec
tion were a pillow of white carnations,
bearing the word "Mother," com
posed of purple immortelles, a large
cross of white carnations; a cushion
of white stephanotis; also an elegant
wreath of k a wau berries, similar to
hose which grow on the Island of
Lanal, where the family formerly
resided. This wreath so appro
priately chosen, was the gift of Mrs.
There was a very large attendance
of sympathizing f rie nus at the funeral
on Wednesday. The Episcopal burial
service was read by the curate of
Holy Innocents' church. "Sun of My
Soul," "Rock of Ages," and "Nearer
My God, to Thee," the favorite hymns
f the deceased, were sung. The
Honorary Pall Bearers wsre C. B.
Olsen, W. L. Decoto, C. L. Scrimger,
Henry Dickenson, Judge Kahaulelio,
C. B. Cockett, Dr. Davison, and
Holuk Ah Ngee, a faithful servant
of the family for 35 j ears. The casket
was carried by the husband, sons,
8'Hi-in-law and a nephew of the de
ceased. The casket was deposited in a
temporary vault in Lahaina Cem
etery; and a permanent tomb will
soon be constructed.
Hilo is preparing for a grand
Fourth of July, -and is going about it
iu a way which will insure success
The work of the Maui membeis in
the legislature is proving extremely
gratifying to their constituency.
It is dollars to doughnuts that
Speaker Fred. Beckley will not stand
for the burning of those vouchers.
The lower house took a three day's
adjournment this week, iucluding
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Elks defeated the Kameha
mehas and tho Punahous 'efeated
the Honolnlus at Honolulu last Sat
P. H. Weaver is the proper and
logical candidate for the judgeship
of the land court under the Torrens
The report of B. F. Dillinghaifr on
sisal culture proves to a demostra
tion that another new industry has
come to stay.
Ellen M. Slono, the missionary,
has asked Uncle Sam to colleot a
substantia', bill of damages from
Turkey, for her abduction.
Corruption in the U. S. Post office
Department is viewed with painful
interest, as it is the only public
utility managed by the goverment.
The treament of Jews by the Rus
sian authorities is marked by savage
cruelty and the Jews are forbidden
to ven attempt to defend them
Sample pineapples grown in Walri-
' UVWUJ i UD JI.bUirU ill fcUO M. ill
adise of the Pacific and in Monday
AdvArt.iKep. crivA hpiilt.hv nrnmiin t
another healthy new industry,
My wife, Meleana Kaonobi. having
left my bed and board, notice is here
by given that I will not .be responsi
ble for any debts contracted by her
' Kanio, Maui, May 20, 1903.
Visiting Cards, 50 ct for 100.
Samples and type .book .or 2 ct
stamp.- Send today.'
Mercantile Printing Co., Ltd., Box
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
Notice is heretiy given that the un
dcrsigned has this day been appoint
ed Administrator of the Estate of TJ
Mori, late of Tokio, Japan, deceased,
by order of the Jucljje of the Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, and all creditors of said de
ceased are herebv notified to present
their claims duly authenticated with
the proper vouchers, if any exist,
even if the claim is secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to the under
signed at his residence at Wailuku,
Islrncl of Maui, Tei ritory of Hawaii,
within six month fr..rn the first pub
lication of this notice. All claims not
presented as aforesaid will be for.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii. May 14th, 1903.
Administrator of the Estate of T.
J AS. L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has this day been appoint
ed Executor of the last Will and
Testament of George Hons, late of
Wailuku,' Maui, deceased, by order
of the Judge of the Circuit Court,
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
and all creditors of said deceased
are hereby notified to present their
claims duly authenicated with proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to th" undersigned at
his place of business at the office of
the Kahului Railroad Crm,?any, Ka
hului, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
withiu six months from the first pub
llcation of thU notice. All claims not
presented as aforesaid will bo fo
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, May 14th, 1903.
Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of George Hons, deceased
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
W. ; E. Roavis of Lahainaluna
Maui, is offering for sale a team of
black ponies, an almost new set of
double harness, and a first class Jer
sey road wagon (buggy) at an ex
ceptionally low price. He has also
for sale a saddle, furniture, and
househould goods, all in good con
dition, on which he quotep very low
figures. Interested persons are in
vited to write bim lor a printed lis
of the things and lor prices, or to
call and examine the things at the
ADMINISTRATOR 'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givon that the un
dersigned has this day been appoint
ed by the Honorable John W. Kalua.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit Court, territory of
Hawaii, administrator of the Estate
of Thomas C. Forsyth, la te of Kula
Maui, deceased, in place of S. E,
Kaleikau (administrator), deceased
' JAS. M. K. KEOLA,
- Administrator Estate of Thomas C
Wailuku, Maui, May 9th, 103.
' To Plantation Managers and Steam Usei $.
The Undersigned, a first-class Boh'
er Maker, who has built and laid all
the large water mains, such as the
Makaweli, Ewa, Kahuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wishes
work, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler worK. He also
builds the best spark catching 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 on
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
All work finished in first-class roe
chanidal style. Address
M. J. KEELEN,
You iati save money, time and
trouble by ordering through me all
American and foreign newspapers
and magazines at lowest prices. All
orders will receive prompt attention.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
liniCT PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD. g
1 1! 1 1 U I i Corner Union and Hotel Stree ts
. II I IT
WE ARE OUT
or a share of your
:o the Steamer free of
Also many other articles of furniture. We
would be pleased to
f in Honolulu, call, whether you wish to buy
or not and we will gladly
Cor. Hotel & Bishop Streets.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry boods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD2
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable. .
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
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 i
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul.
WAETHER PROOF COLD WATER PAINT
The Best Fire Resisting Paint Made, Has Much
Greater Cove ring Capacity Than Oil Paint, aud
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Work.
Send for Color Card and Price List.
FAUNU nAnUWAnL UW LI U
Honolulu, H. T
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Kca Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
.Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
ft'e Also Receive Articles en Consignments. ?
On. ler Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. op P. llALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. Kahookele, Business Manager
New Shipment Coming
' Italian MarVle," Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental ..'-IS
Figures in Iti'lian Marble on Granite Bases.) .. . , j
Memorials in a. ny materi&l known to tho trade, including bronze.
Photographs o. ' ail designs cheerfully furnish ou application. .
Safe of any Vno rth make furnUhed.
P. O. tSox Hit 101S AMO ALAKEA. St. Bet. KING and HOTEL Sre.
General Athletic Supplies
WRITE US FOR SAMPLES
PRICES OF BASKBALL
U. ilX (84. HOUOIUIU, M. X. Jgf;
trade We can deliver
charge of packing;
ranging from 75 cts. up
" 90 cts. "
submit cuts and prices.
show you. our stock.
Honolulu, H". T.
Both boats shot across the line and