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An ad. that pays doesn't cost any
thing. Nkws ads pay.
The Ilimus and Luhuitias play bu.l
at Wells Park tomorrow.
Dont forget that luuu at Alexan
der Hall next ll.ui sOay, lrotn 1 lo 6
Wailuku Plantation will close its
granding season and r-hut down next
The home rulers are preparing a
grand luau for June 11, at the bit at
Give the News job office a chance
to bid on your work, betore sending
it to Ililo.
Gentle political munners are be
ginning to be heard but the pot has
not beguu to boil, yet.
II. Hackfeld & Co. who carry Kilt
edged table wines set forth a menu
in their new ad this week.
The Maui A talc tic Association holds
Ot3 re-tfu'ar monthly meeting at ihe
'court house on Monday evening.
If you want a choice, hih grade
cigar circp into the Maui Hotel, and
you will iind what you waul in that
The June term of Circuit Court be
gins at Wailuku on next Wednesday,
June 3, and has quite a loug calendar
to dispose of.
The work of macadamising the
road from the depot to the beach is
being steadly pushed, and l.as reacheJ
the Soda Works.
The members of Aloha Lodge, K.
of P., fcive another of their popular
musical concerts at Wailuku on
Wednesday, June 10.
The Pioneer Mill at Lahaiua has
flushed its sevens run, with an out
put of lti5131 tons, .aud has closed
down for the season.
The clays have been quite warm in
Wailuku this wetk, notwithstanding
the trade winds, out the nights are
deliciously cool ai.d refreshing.
The student body of Lahainaluna
Seminary tendered a farewell luau
to their late Drincioa!.- W. Eimo
Reavis, on Thursday of this week.
First Class, merchautaole lumber
101 sale on me ueucu, ui
I . .L. I. KO- (ill ..,,,1
i up, per M., spot cash. Apply to
1 CYRUS T. GREEN
The Hawaiian Lodge, K. of P.,
will observe. Decoration Day with au
'eluborato program at ttio Ceme
' lery, tomorrow afternoon at 1 p. m.
Wai'uKuis being investigated by
several parties, with ihe view of
locating and opening new lines of
business here, for which there is
rim tn n. nnmlifir nf nrominent IIou-
, )lulu attorneys are booked for the
coming term of Circuit Court aud the
'Attorney General is expected in
A special meeting of the Maui Rac
ing Association is called for next
Tuesday evening at which matters of
importanco are to be considered,
. aud a full attendance is desired.
Matsuda, the Japanese photograp
.her on Market street; has issued cards
. offering special low rates for cabiuet
pictures and his' work is excellent,
as a visit to his gallery will show.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
PINKiSEY BROWN, PROP.
The KameUameha boys will make
a musical tour of Maui during their
summer vacation, and as they prom
ise to bring a ball team with them,
' several match games will probably
. With the end of this niouth, the
"Puuncnc mill will have turned out
30,000 tons of sugar for the season,
and as the mill will run a month long
er, the total output is estimated at
ovcr iJ5,000 tons. v
y Arrangements are being pushed
"tor the Fourth of July races at the
Kihului race track, and several
"Honolulu horsemen have definitaly
announced their intention to send
their horses here on that date.
! Ti.ere is to be a change iu manage
ment of Lovojoy it Co., Wailuku, D.
' L. Meyer taking charge on Monday.
Mr. Meveris both popular and a good
business man, and Lovejoy &, Co. are
' to be congratulated on having secur
ed his services.
Notice is hereby given that the
Waihe'e Rice Plantation Co. Ltd.,
has appointed S. Ah Mi as president
of tlie company to fill out the unex
pired term of Y. Ah Chew, late de
ceased, president of the company.
Sec. W. R. P. Co. Ltd.
"How did it ever happen?" Well,
there are several answers to that
qurry, according to tho point of
iew. Some have a fixed couviction
that there was kahuna work going
on. Uthers claim that the music
word "Wailuku" carries success with
it this vear. While not prepared to
combat either of these views, still
the Nfcws will modestly state its own
deductions, with reference to the re
sult of lust Sunday's game between
the Wailukus and the Morning Stars.
While the Star team contains uo
phenoms, yet each member plays a
good came, and constant practice
has developed them to about as high
a state of excellence as they can
hope to achieve. Pickard's long ab-
sonce has dulled the keen edge of his
play, and the loss of Ned Krueger to
the llimas was also seriously felt.
But heretofore no other team on
Maui has been able to down them, be
cause no team has worked together
long enough. For several weeks the
Wailukus have been looking forv? ard
to last Sunday's game, and for two
weeks they have practiced steadily.
There is no question but that ihe
Wailukus have I wo or three better
all-round men thuu the Stars, notab
ly Cunimings, Cornwell aud Wright,
and the average of the team last
Sunday was quite up to that of the
Stars. It was less individual quality,
howevr, than of constant team
practice by the Wailukus "that told
in the game Cumrolngs and Corn
well, the battery of the WailukLs,
deserve special and honorable ' men
tion for their work throughout the
whole game. The Wailukus played
an even gume of such high excellence
that only one error wer noted in the
reporter s score-book. The Stars
showed some fine individual work, not
ablv a running single-hand catch of a
sky ball by Smith iu center field,
wnich was the most brilliant perform
ance during the game.
The Wailukus took the bat in the
first inning, and after Hose died at
first, Cornwell negotiated a bag,
Then Cunimings played his stick for
a three-bagger, briuging Cornwell
home, and trotted across home
plate on au error. Holt flew out and
Kaiai died ox first, giving the Wai
lukus two runs.
Then the Morning Stars tried out.
A. Garcia, safe to first. Crowell,
struck out. J. Garcia safe to first
Smith struck out. Palapala flew out
to short stop, and the hitherto invin
cible Stars faced a goose egg.
By this time it had dawned on the
grand stand crowd that the Wa
lukus were there to play ball, but it
was not prepared for the result of the
second inning. They pounded Jackie
as follows: Bailey, two-bagger.
Wright, three-bagger. Crook safe to
first. Huakini safe to first. Hose
three-bagger. Cunimings, two-bag-
ger. Holt, two-bagger. Kaiai, safe
to first. Bailey, safe to first. Wright,
two-bagger. Crook, safe to first,
Huakini, safe to first. Hose safe to
first. Cummings safe to first. 10 runs,
In the second inning, Pickard, fan
ued out. Jackson, safe to first,
Krueger, safe to first. Meyer fan
ued out. A; Garcia fanned out. (
By this time the game as won,
but the Stars never lost heart. Time
and again during the game, they
would put three men on bases, but au
agile Wailuku would invariably pop
up where he ought to be, and do
what he ought to do, and another
gooso-egg would be banded out to the
This was repeated with almost
dramatic effact iu the last half of the
ninth iuniug, when the Stars were
making one last desperate effort to
break the monotony on the score
board. Crowell was on third and J
Garcia, who had negotiated a two
bagger, was on second. Smith, who
is quite handy with the stick, Went
to bat, and the gtand stand held its
breath. Smith caught the ball square
ly and sent it across the diamond
like a bullet, in a breast high hori
zontal. Second baseman Hose side
stepped to the left, nailed it, and
the game closed with the following
Wailukus. . . .2 10 0 0 1 1 I 0 0-15
M. Stars 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Tomorrow afternoon's gume will be
between the llimas and Latiainas,
and as both teams are now iu high
form, a rattling game will be wit
nessed. A match game between the Y. M.
I. and the Alohas has been arranged
for June 11, at Wells Park, and if
the Kains bring over a basebalj. team
a second game may be arranged for
that day between them and the M
A. A. team.
By invitation of the plantation of
ficials, a large number of persons vis
ited Kaanapali Camp last Saturday
evening. An engine and six can
were finely decorated with leis, ferns
and palm branches. Trains left the
mill station at 7 and 8:30, moving
quite slowly over the long trestles.
When the cars arrived at the ter
minus, the Kuanapali people extend
ed a hearty welcome, which was ex
phasized by cheers and fire-crackers.
Two buildings were tastily draped,
and lighted with Japanese lanterns.
In one of the buildings a generous
uau was provided, and the lower
structure was reserved for uancing.
After a very pleasant entertainment,
the return trains left Kaanapali at
an early hour on Sunday Monday.
Mr. H. Haneberg made a very good
When the last train was within a
few minutes' run of the Pioneer Mill,
about 3 a. m., a serious accident oc
curred. Ernest Gilbert Cockett fell
from the train, and the last two cars
passed over him. The surgeons were
sent for, and temporary relief was
afforded. The poor boy was taken
to Dr. Davison's office, chloroform
was administered, and the injuries
were carefully examined. There was
a compound, comminuted fracture of
the right femur, and flesh wound on
the left loot. Thero was considerable
venous hemorrhage, and the limb
was badly swollen. About 9 a. in.
the lad was taken home in a huck.
By request of relatives no operation
wsa performed. In spite of these
dangerous wounds, after the nessary
dressings were applied, the boy suf
fered comparatively little, i
Last Sunday morning a Sunday
School contest for a prize took place
at Lahainaluna Seminary. There
were a number of visitors, represent
ing Wainee Church and also "the
new religion." All recitatations for
the present term closed on Monday.
An entertainment complimentary to
Mr. W. E. Reavis, the retiring prin
cipal, was given on Thursday morn
ing, and a luau followed. Mr. Reavis
has sold the greater part of his
household goods, and is making pre
parations for his departure to the
Mainland; his purpose bein? to take
a course of study at the University
The four-masted schooner Aloha,
Captain Frye, arrived with a lar,;e
load nf lumber last Saturday. Aftet
discharging, the vessel will probably
load sugar at Kaanapali.
Mrs. Walter H. Hayselden and
child arrived on Monday evening.
Mr. Kreuse, formerly manage'of
the Olowalu Plantation, has oeen
visiting friends in Lahaina.
The girls of Maunaolu Seminary
will give a concert, Tuesday evening,
June 9. There been no pains spared
to make the concert a success. The
program will be varied and inter
esting. Admission will be fifty cents
and the proceeds will be used for the
benefit of the Seminary. It is hoped
that a large amount will bo secured,
The closing exercise of the year will
be held the morning of June 10. It
is planned to make these the most
successful exercises that have ever
been held. There will be a sale of
work, also. Maui people are urged
to encourage the work of the Semi
nary by attending both the concert
and the sale.
A Promised Concert.
Tho Aloha Dramatic Club are pre
paring to give another musical con
tertatK. of P. Hall, Wailuku, on
June 10, a week from next Wednes
day, and they promise that it will
equal, if not exceed the delightful
musical treat offered by them re
cently. Among those who will contribute
to the evening's entertainment are
H. K. Zedwitz and Dr. O. E. Wall,
violinists; Miss Huntington, Mrs. A.
Aalberg, C. D. Lufkin, Jos. Schul
meister, G. B. Schrader and others.
The program will appear in next
My wife, Meloana Kaonohi, uav'uig
Jeft my bed aud board, notice U here
by given that I will not le responsi
ble for any debts contracted, by her.
Kanio, Maui, May 20, 1903.
Visiting Cards, 50 cts for 100.
Samples and type book for 2 ct.
stamp. Send today." '
Mercantile Printing Co., Ltd., Box
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has this day been appoint
ed Administrator of the Estato of T
Mori, late of Tokio, Japan, deceased,
by order of the Judge of the Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, Torritory of
Hawaii, ai:d 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,
Island of Maui, Tei ritory of Hawaii,
within six months fr-m 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
J AS. L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby n'ivua that the un
dersigned has this day beeu 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 jf said deceased
are hereby notified to present their
claims duly autheuicated with proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, tn th- undersigned at
his place of business at the office of
the Kahului Railroad Crnvany, Ka-
hului, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
within t-ix months from the first pub
llcation of thin notice. Ah claims not
preseuted as aforesaid will be for
Dated, at V ailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawuii, May 14th, 1903.
Executor of the Lust Will aud
Testament of George Hons, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
Notice is hereoy given 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 tiie Estate
of Thomas C. Forsyth, late of Kula,
Maui, deceased, in place of S. E,
K'leikau (administrator), deceased
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Administrator Estate of Thomas C,
Wailuku, Maui, May9th, 1903.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN P HOB ATE.
Id the matter ot tbe .Estato of Tululu I.ucy
HayseUleu, ot Lanai aud Lohnlua. Maul
On reading and filing tbe petition ot Fred. H.
Hayselden, tbe husband ot aaid intestate de
ceived who died on tho ItUh dny of May, A. D.
1U03' leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to htm:
It la ordered that Wednesday, tbe lat day of
July, 1903, at 10 a. m., be and hereby la appoint
ed for bearing said petition In tbe Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, Maul, at which time
and place all persons concerned may appear and
show eause, if any tbey bare, why said petition
should not be granted.
Da tod at W'ailukD, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
Mity 25, IU03.
By the Court:
L. R. CROOK.
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The Undersigned, a first-class Boil
er Maker, who bai built and laid all
the large water mains, such as tho
Makavreli, Ewa, Kabuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wishes
work, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler worx. He also
builds the best spark catching loco
motive smoke stacks oti 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 reasons ble terms.
All work finished in first-class me
chanical style. Address
M. J. KEE1 EN,
Just received by S. S. China, t vo
hundred fine singing canary birds
at ti.bii each.
. Send your orders ta C. H. Brorn
AdministratratdP for D. L. Cam
irinos. P. O. Do 8U7 Ho ioluhi
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
WE ARE OUT
for a share of your
to the Steamer free
i a Dies
Also many other articles of furniture We
would be pleased to
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 TRAD3L
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
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
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul. "
WAETHER PROOF GOLD WATER PAINT.
-i$Le Best Fire Resisting Paiut Made, Has Much
- Cheater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, at,d
.. costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Work.
Send fop Color Card and Frlce List.
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Honolulu, H. T.
THE MAl 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,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful A ttentlon.
1C ot P. HALL BUILDING WyilLUKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business Manager
New Shipment Coming
, Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental . i
Figures In Italiau Marble on G ranite Bases. " i
Merhorials in any material known to tho trade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on application. '
Safe of ny known make furnished.
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