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Try an Optimo cigar. Carried only
by the Maul Hotel.
Schools closed for the Juno term,
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku meet
' at the Windsor Hotel next Friday
afternoon at 2. 30 o'clock.
The loan bill, as it affects Maui,
calls for $184,000, of which Wailuku
and vicinity gets about $30,000.
Write to the Porter Furniture Co.,
Young. Building, Honolulu, for cata
logues of up-to date furnitui-e.
There was a meeting ot ttie Exe
cutive Committee of the Maul Racing
Association held a, the Maui Hotrl,
If you would keep well and strong
throughout the year.drink BARTLtn
Water. Sold by Lovejoy & Co.,
This week has been a tcorcher in
Wailuku, with but faint trade wfnds,'
but the nights however are cool auu
The residence of Attorney D. H.
Case on Main street Is about com
pleted, and will shortly be ready for
On account of the overloaded calen
dar, it will probably be the first of
July before the June terra of Circuit
Court closes in Wailuku.
First diss, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
Much difficulty was encountered in
securing a jury in the Ah Mi case,
several of ihe excused jurors having
tn h KPnt for. in or to co-uplete the
Several horses have arrived at the
track from Honolulu,' and
more are expected.which with our lo
cal horses will insure some fine racus
oa, the Four tli.
You can always tell a Bismark
.stnhloa riir'when vou see it on the
street, on account of its neat ap
r.arancn. ft. sleek team, and
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Wailuku merchants need not feel
j Li..1 . i-it-nt rtf rt lit. lift
QQUUHUl HUUUb bUD uuwaw v
h ' town, and should manifest their faith
by advertising liberally in the JNiws.
It will pay to do so.
The Valpoon brothers have com
pleted their boat and nets, and have
this week begun fishing on the Ka
hoolawe banks' which are reported
'to be swarming with fine table fish.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
PINKjSEY BROWN, PROP.
A card and reading room is being
built on the veranda of the Maui
Hotel, adjoining the billiard parlor
which will prove a handsome and eu-
joyablo addition to this' popular
"Genuiue Seattle Brew," the very
best beer in the land, Can only be
bad from Lovejoy & Co. down at th
same old stasd. A shipment arrived
per Nebraskan today.Soseod In your
orders to us right away.
The Kodak Developing Machine
not enlv develops and fixes films
without a dark room, but does it bet
'ttr than in the dark room. Hand
some catalog mailed free for the ask
ing by the Honolulu Photo Supply
On Wednesday evening, Capt,
4r - 'Charles Wilcox of Honolulu conduct
ed the drill exercises of Co. "I," N
'G. H., and pronounced the company
to be a bright, intelligent body of
'men, who did themselves much credit
by their soldierly bearing and the ease
and enrrectnasg of their movements
Puunene Mill has been runn
steadily for the past 18 months, hav
ing run almost without a break since
it started to run as a new mill. This is
"a wonderful record for a new mill
and reflects the highest credit on
. -oMr. J. N. S. Williams who installed
n.he machinery, and has aver since
teld the position of chief engineer,
The mill will probably run a month
To friendly readers ol the News,
Here's an antidote for "blues," The
, Wieland beer, famed through the
west Less wholesome is than Frimo';
best; Scblitz and Anbeuser make
"pair," But they ere not "in it,
with King Rainier, There's nothing
known which gives sftch cheer, As
..foaming glass of Rainier Beer. Why
' buy inferior beer for which, yo.u pay
piuch. higher, When jou can ge
"Genuine Seattle," cheap from D. L
On lutl. Tuesday morning, a disas
rous accident occurred at Kahului
by whic h Robert L. English lost his
life, and several otheis were injured
more or loss seriously.
Mr. English with his boat crew,
accompanied by Mr. E. Krueger,
Mr. R. W. Filler, Mr. J. Makahio
and Mr. U. Napoleon weio out in a
row boat when a stick of powder
and a box of fulminate caps which
were in the boat exploded, with the
above disastrous results. The injuries
f the wounded men are painful but
uot dangerous. Mr. Krueger, Mr.
Napoleon and one of the boat boys
were the injured ones, Mr. Filler and
Mr. Makauio ebcaping without in-
Immediately after the accident,
Mr. English was brought to the Malu-
uni Hospital, where he lived only a
few hours, aying in the forenoon. Ar
rangemenls were made for the fun
eral for tu same afternoon.
At 3:30, the members of Haleakala
Lodge, K. of P., marched In a body
to the Wailuku depot, where they
met the remains on the four o'clock
train, and escorted them to the na
tive church in Wailuku where the
funeral services were, held, and
thence to the Wailuku cemetery ac
compauied by a long concourse of
car naves containing the friends of
Mr. English was a native of the
Tahiti Inlands, and for some years
past had held the position of pilot at
Kahului, having the reputation of
bvingoueof the most skillful pilots on
the Islands. Mr. English was a large
hearted, generous man who was uni
versally loved and respected.
Sheriff Baldwin summoned a cor
oner s jury, who are holding an in
quest, but owing to the fact that
some of the witnesses are not well
enough to testify before the jury
their verdict is not expected before
this afternoon, or possible early next
19 to 8
The Morning Stars showed their
old time vigor in last Sunday's game,
and scored as above in the game with
the Lahainas, who by the way, play
ed a oetter game than usual, al
though' handicapped by new players
and old players in new positions.
Tommy Krueger and Picard form
ed the battery of the Stars and did
very clean work, but if a little of
Tom's surplus enthusiasm and vitality
had been Infused into Picard, it would
have improved both, possibly.
Save for the fifth and seventh in
nings in which the Stars scored re
spectively 5 and 6 runs, the game
ran eveu, save for the spurt the
Lahaiuas made in the ninth inning,
in which they scored 4 runs.
Next Sunday's game, between the
Stars and the Ilimas will be a pivotal
game of the season. If the Stars win
they will have practically won the
cup, but if the Ilimas win, then it is
toss-up as to which of the leading
teams will take the championship
The following table of scores for
the league season already past will
torm a basis upon which one may
guess a; the result of tomorrow's
Apr. 12, Stars, 7; Wailukus, 4.
19, Ilimas, 15; Lahainas, 8,
26, Ilimas, 3; Wailukus, 8.
3, Stars, 12; Lahainas, 4.
10, Stars, 7; Ilimas, 4.
17, Wailukus 19; Lahainas, 8
24, Stars, 0; Wailukus 15.
", 31, Ilimas, 18; Lahainas, 3.
June 7, Ilimas, 5; Wailukus, 3.
" 14, Stars, 19; Lahainas, 8.
An analysis or xne aoove table in
dicates that the Ilimas should win
on past performance, but other
factors are to be considered, notice
abblyan Improvement In the battery
of the Stars., and as the whole season
has been one of surprises, it would
require a wise one to name the win
ning team in tomorrow's game
will be a beauty, however, no matter
which team wins.
China Waking. Up.
Mr. Anthony L. Ahlo, an intelligent
young Chinese, and by the way,a grad
uate of Cambridge, England is on Maui
this week, and while here, is submit
ting an Investment for the purpose
of devel)ping the vast coal, copper
and tiimines of the Chong Lock Dis
trictin the province of Kwangtung,
about sixty miles inland, from the
treaty port of Swatow.
The Chinese government by iuiper-
inl edict has requested Chinese re
siding in foreign countries to interest
themselves in the matter of develop
ing the miuera'. resources of China,
and has pledged itself to grnt the
necessary rights, privileges and pro
tection to those who desire to invest.
Mr. Ahlo is organizing a company
to be capitalized at $100,000 for the
purpose of investigating and socuring
concessions to a large area of coal,
copper and tin mines in the District
of Chong Lock, the former home of
his father and himself. $30,000 worth
of the shares are offered at fifty per
cent of their face value, as it is
deemed that $15,000 will be sufficient
tj make the necessary investigations
and secure valuable concessions. As
soon as the'tirst hall is paid m,
Mr. Ahlo will proceed to China and
secure the desired concessions.
There is no question but what
Chong Lock is a rich mineral district,
and with the energy, ability and
integrity of Mr. Ahlo back of the
enterprise, there is no question but
what the enterprise will prove sue
cessful and lay the foundation for
vast fortunes for its promoters.
The oil steamer Whittier anchored
off the wharf last Saturday. The ves
sel displayed three nags, and owing
to the color of oue of them, it was at
first, supposed that there was sick
ness ou board.
Dr. Stone came down on the
Whittier, and called on his friend,
Miss Bymgton, a teacher in the
Kamebameha Schools is the guest of
Mrs. Scott and her two children
came over from Kihei, and have been
stopping for several days at the home
of Mrs. Olsen.
Mrs. Albert? invited a number of
her friends to a musicale last Satur
day. Count Zedtwitz and Dr. Wall
contributed a number of choice violin
selections, the hostess acting as ac
compamst. Miss Byiugton favored
the company with songs and piano
music. Kctresbments were served.
Roger Kekuewa has manufactured
a dozen artistic calabashes at the
Labainaluna machine shop. -
An auction sale, in oue of the
Chinese shops on the waterfront, was
largely atteuded on Monday after
Notices have beon posted, with re
ference to the payment of water
Dr. Wall, Count Zedtwitz, Mrs.
Scott, Miss Byington, and other
musicians met by special invitation
at the home of Mrs. Olsen en Sun
Ex-Delegate Robert Wilcox made
a speech last Saturday evening, be
fore the departure of the Claudine.
At the Labaina Government school
public recitations took place'' on
Friday morning, and the closing
exercises of the summer term took
place in the evening.
The Kamebameha Mandolin Club
will gi re a concert on Monday even
There will be a game of base ball
between the Lahainas and the Kame
hamebas, at Kilohana Park on Tuts
day afternoon. The Kamehameba
Band will furnish music.
All persons are hereby notified
that I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife, Mrs,
Wailuku, Maui June 13, 1903.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the wate
rates for the term ending Dec. 31
1903t will be duo and payable at the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on the 1st day of July
, All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after thfy are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 193, 30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without farther
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailttku
Court Hou3e Building.
W E. BAt;
.. . : Supt., Wailuku xfc Kaholu,',!
Wailuku, June 13, 1903. .
BXECUTOR'8 NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby given that the un-
ersigned has this dav been appoint
ed Exi:cutor of the last Will and
Testament of George Hons, late oi
Wailuku, Maui, deceased, by order
f the Judge of the Circuit Court,
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
and all creditors of said deceased
re hereby notified to present their
hums duly authenicated with proper
ouchers, if any exist, even if the
aim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to lu undersigned at
his place of business at the office oi
the Kahului Railroad Crm.iauy, Ka-
uku, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
within tax months from the first pub
lication of thin notice. All claims not
presented as aforesaid will be for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, May 14th, 1903.
Executor of the Last Will and
let, lament of George Huns, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for said Estate.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TEK1TOKY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the mutterol the Estate of Robert L. Eng-
lton, lute of Kahului, Muui, ucceosed, lu
teatuto. Order of Notice of Petition for Anminlstration.
Ou reading und riling the petition of hunk a
Eugli.-iil, widow, of Kahului, Maul, alleging
lual Koueri L. English of Kahului, Maui, uied
lmuHtate at Wailuku, Maul, on the lotb oaylof
uue, A. 1). 1U03, leaving property in the Haw
aiiuu islands suuossury to be aumln'sterod
uion, una praying that Letters of Administra
tion issue lo A. N. Kopoikul.
It is ordered tbut Thursday, the 8th day of
August, A. i. M, at HI o'clock A. M., be and
hereby is appointed for hearing said petition in
the Court Koom of this Court at WutluUu, Maul,
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear ana snow cause, It any they have
why said petition rhouid not be granted.
Duted Wailuku, Maui, T. H., June 18th, 1003,
By the Court;
L. R. CROOK,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
AT CHAMBERS IN PitOBATE.
In the matter ot tho Estate of Talula Lucy
Hayseldcn, of Lanat and Lahaina. Maui
On reading and filing tbe petition ot Fred. H.
Hayseldcn, tho husband of said intestate de
ceased who died on the 16th day of May, A. I).
1903' leaving property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to-be administered upon praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to him:
It is ordered that Wednesday, tbe 1st day of
July, 191)3, at 10 a. m., bo and hereby is appoint
ed for bearing said petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which time
and place all persons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, Territory of Hawaii
May 85, 11)03.
By the Court:
L. R. CROOK,
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The undersigned, a first-class Boil
cr 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, iucluding all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler wont. He also
builds the best spark catching loco
motive smoke stacks on tbe Itlands,
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co.. &sd Paia
Plantation Co. Prompt atten-tion to
repairs, which will be completed on
shortest notice at reasonable terms
All work n Dished in nrst-class me
chanical style. Address '
M. J. KEELEN,
My wife, Meleaoa 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
. : : KAONOHI,
. Kanio, Maui, May 29, 1903.
You can save money, time -and
trouble by ordering . through me a
American and foreign uewipapers
and magazines at lowest prices. All
orders will receive prompt attention
Visiting Card, 50 eta for IOO.
Samples and type book for 2 ct
stamp. Send today.
Mercantile PrintingCo., Ltd., Box
Just received by S. S. China, two
hundred fine singing canary birds
at 12.50 each.
. Send your orders to C. H. Brown
Adirioletratrator for D. . Cam
arinoa. - P. O. Box 807 Honolulu,
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TEN MS
SUPPLIES, 1903 TENNIS BALLS
iin Tin v
WE ARE OUT
i r 1 T-tr t 4 i
or a snare or vour
o the Stsamsr free
Also many other articles of furniture. We
would be pleased to submit cuts and prices
f in Honolulu, call, whether you wish to bur
or not and we will gladly
Cor. Hotel & Bishop Streets.
VITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best
Which They Offer and
Prices and Terms Most
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Wrtl 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
CM AS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul.
The Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER aa Much,
All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Worfc -, .
Send for Color Card and Fries List.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LT D
Honolulu, H. ,T.
THE A AUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreatfis, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Caluba&hes, 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 BUfLDING WAILTTKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. R. 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 thejtrade, including bronze.
Photographs ot all designs cheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any known make furnished.l
J. C. AXTBLL
'P. O. Box 042, 1018-1030 ALAKEA. Sr. Bit. KING akd HOTEL Sie.
General Athletic Supplies
WKME US FOR SAMPLES
ANT) PRICED OF HASKM.W-L
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Corner Union and Hotel Streets S
P O Box 784. Honolulu, H. T. . jJ
trade, we can deliver
of charge of packing
75 ctb. up
show you our stock.
Honolulu, H. T.
Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD5.
Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
COLD WATER PAINT..
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