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Occasional showers this week hav e
kept the air cool and the dust laid.
Island views for sale at the Muu
tt otel. Call and look over the col
The polo and baseball tournament
'at Simuyside on the Fourth was a jol
Give the News Joo Office a chance
at your job work. Satisfactory
prices and results guaranteed.
The Morning Stars and Wailukus
play ball at Wells Park tomorrow
afternoon. It will be u hot game.
The citizens of Wailuku are in de
lightful aniicipatioa of a social , visit
from Goveruor Dole, next week.'
A monster excursion from Hono
lnlu to Ilaleakala is being talked of.
Maui standi ready to do her part in
The enterprising Bulletin sent a
special reporter to write up the
races and bull game at Wailuku on
the Fourth of J uly.
Wholesale lots of country produce,
ns well as a complete line of grocer
ies and dry goods carried in stock at
T. Awana"s store, Mkawao.
Each of the uurses tor the races
on August bus been given a miuie
and the trotting 2:20 class is to be,
known us the Maui Hotel purse.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the bvacn. at SZZ.Uu anu
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GKEEN
The race nneting last SaturuW
wa a Kimi'Hss from every uoint ol
view, but the special race on August
12 promises to be still more success
ful. ; '
Maui is nervouslv awaiting the
news from Honolulu this morning,
with reference to the fate of the lnau
' bil in the lower house of the legi
lature. ' "
F The Makawao Ladies' Aid Society
gave a delightful and well attendeo
' entertaiumeut at the residence of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin at Puunene, on
With Berger's band and a baseball
team to help out the sport on &
12, a great day is anticipated? and
the neighboring , plantations should
declare a general holiday.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
' Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
, . PINKiNEY BROWN, PROP,
Notice is hereby given that Mr
Young Nap has been appointed Aud
itor of the Waihee Rice Plantation
. W. R. P. Cp., Ltd
Young Young, Sec'y
The baseball bovs on Maui say if
the Maile-Ilimas are sent over here
on the 12 of August, we will play1 he
. Lahainas against them, and thus
i ' u i. a- : . . I
compel one teaui ui tue uiui m mm
one game duriug the year.
There is some growling among
Honolulu horsemen about the races at
Hilo. Never mind, boys, come to
Wailuku next Fourth of July and we
will give you big purses, square races
. and a hospitable reception.
TheBismark Stables still maintains
-the lead iu the matter of nice hacks.
f and teams. Manager John Ferreira
deserves credit for the pronJp't .and
satisfactory manner iu ' which this
stables handles its patron. . i
. Wells-Fargo business between .the
coast apd the Island has become
, fixed fact, a gentleman, in Wailuku
having iticeivcd this week a package
which was shipped to him four tee
months ago from San Francisco. . 5
. There will be a meeting cf the cit
izens of Maui at the courthouse on
Tuesday evening to appoint rccep
, tion committees and make other ar
rangements to entertain Governor
Dole when he visits Maui next week
A coty of "Hawaii" has .been ' re
. ceived at the News oflice. It is an
, elegantly gotten up pamphlet of 117
nao-fs. and richlv illustrated. Th
.1 j m l
.. reading matter, was prepared by
Dan Logan and interestingly de
scribes everytlung of interest on the
Jsland.s, You should secure copies
, otlt from tho publishers, the Pioneer
Advertising Co., Honolulu, and sen
them to your friends on the mainland,
Dr. Rogers the oculist and aurist
bas made arrangements for next
week, as follows: Paia on Monday
Puunene on Tuesday. . Maui Hotel
, Wailuku, on ednesday. lJaia on
Thursday and Maul Hotel on Friday
iVILL VISIT WAILUKU
On next Wednesday, the Iroquois
ommanded by Captain Rodman will
oring Governor S. B. Dole and other
comment territorial officials and
itizcus to Lnnai, on a semi official
isit, extending over several days.
Learning this fact, the representative
f the News, while in Honolulu dur
ing the early part of this week called
m the governor and en behalf of the
citizens of Maui invited hirj to extend
is visit to our Island.
Although the governor proposes
to visit Hawaii on board the Iroquois
s soon as his duties on Lauui are
completed, yet he gracefully consent
ed to spend a day and night on Maui
before proceeding to Hawaii. Accord
ing to present plan's, the Iroquois
will land the governor and party at
Kihei where they will be met by a
pecial train and brought through
the cane area of central Maui, and a
visit to the Puunene mill be a feature
f the trip. The party will be brought
to Wailuku where they will spend
the day and night as the guests of its
itizens, rejoining the Iroquois and
resuming their trip on the following
A committee of the c!tizens of Maui
will have the matter in hand and
as there is absolutely no political or
business features in the affair, the
event will be purely a social one in
which Wailuku will have another
chance to prove the open handed and
riendly hospilaly of her wide awake
4 to 3
Reuter. N. Krueger
Kekuewa T. Krueger
O. Jones Corn well
Plunkett F. Wright
Richards Cro well
July 5 has come and gone leaving
behind it the record of a hard won
victory and a epluudid defeat on the
baseball diamond at Wells Park in
the most scientitic and closely con
tested game ever played on the Park
It was genet ally believed that the
Kams would inflict a crushing defeat
on the local team, even bets being
ma je that the Maui boys would be
shutout, and that the Kams won only
by. a margin of one run is of itself a
high compliment to our local players
In the first inning, the Mauis. who
had won the tpss, went to bat
Wright was given base on balls and
caught on 2nd, vCrowell struck out
Garcia, two-bagger; Cummings,
struck by ball and given 1st; Corn
well, base on balls; Corell, struck
out. 0 runs.
The Kams tried out. Sheldon, base
on balls; Lemon flew out to short
stop; Jones, three-baggei "Vannatta
safe to 1st; Reuter , flew oi t to 2b,
Plunkett struck out. 2 rurs.
Second iuning. Mauis. Lloyd, base
on balls. N. Krueger, struck out: T,
Krueger, base on balls; Wriguout
at first; Ciowell, safe to first.
Garcia struck out. . 2. run.
Kams. Richards, .safe to first
Cockett, out at first Kekuewa fle
out to r.r. : bueiaon new out to cen
ter, 0 runs. .. ..
The close of this inning which tied
the score taught two things,first that
the Mauis bad a show to win, and
second that the Kama would have, to
play ball to win.
In the third and fourth.: Innings,
both teams failed to score. In the
tilth inning the Mauis took a goose
egg and the Kams chalked up two
runs, making the score 4 to 2. In
the sixth, seven and-eighth inning
each team posted goose eggs.
Then the Mauis went to bat for
their ninth and last inning and they
knew what they were there, for. T.
Krueger safe to first; but out at third
Wright, safe to first; Crowell, safe to
lirst. J: Garcia, safe to first bring
ing Wright home. This gaive three
runs. to the local team, with Garcia
on first and Crowell on second. The
Cummings grasped the ash and laced
the pitcher. Bv this time the crowd
was wildiwlth excitement. Cummings
is a good batter, and visions of u
lied score danced before the eyes ol
the Maui boys. Tt was one of those
critical moments when the fate oi
the game lay in the hands of chanc
Cummings swatted a pop fly whicl
wai easily negotiated by second bast--man
Vannatta who purposely let tin
ball drop to the ground and Crown,
broke for third, failing to recovr,
second when he discovered his mis
take, which closed the game win,
the following score:
Kams 2 0002000 4
Mauis 0 2000000 13
Tomorrow afternoon will witnesr
the first of the second twelve game?
in the local league contest, betweei
the Wailukus and the Morning Stars.
As both teams are tied to date, in
terest is running hiKn as to tho re
sult of the game, and a big crowi,
will probably be on hand.
ON AUGUST 12.
At a meeting of the Maui Racing
Association on Welnesday evening it
was decided to give a high class spe
cial race meet at Spreckels Park on
the 12th of August. This is a move
which had been in contemplation for
some days and both Honolulu and
Maui horsemen are eager to take
part. Some of the fastest trotters
und runners in Honolulu includiug
Cyclone nud Racine Murphy are
practically booked to come besides
other good horses. As the duimc
are built on a lioerul scale, it is be
lieved that some horses from Hawaii
may come, xne program which is
published on the first page of this is
sue cuntains nine events, all of which
should make good races.
One of the leading baseball (league
teams of Honolulu will be over on
that day, to play an all-Maut tram
at Wtlls Park, at the conclusion of
the races in the afternoon.
Berger's Band Coming.
Governor Dole gave his personal
assurance to the president of the
Maui Racing Association in Honolulu
on Tuesday of this week, that the
Territorial baud, under the leader
ship of Capt. Berger, would be sent
to Maui, to assist in the celebration
of Aug. 12, and the baud will prob
ably remain several days on Maui.
A great race day and holiday will
mark August 12 at Wailuku and Ka
hului this year, and live little Maui is
just in the mood to respond nobly to
A very successful and enjoyable
ball was given last Saturdoy evening
at the Lahaina Club House. The
rooms and the dancinsr enclosure
were beautifully decorated with Jap
anese lanterns, flowers and flags. A
brilliant arc light illumined the danc
ing floor. There was a large atten
dance and bountiful refresnments
were served. Count Zedtwitz added
much to the musical attractions.
The first anniversary of the La
haina Branch of the Japanese Red
Cross Association was held on Sun
day afternoon at the residence of Dr.
MiyataThe grounds were tastily dec
orated with Japanese flags, and
with the Insignia of the Red Cross
Society. 'Appropriate remarks were
made by soma of the gentlemen pre
sent, and then all were invited to the
tables laden with fruits, sweatmeats
and Oriental delicacies.
, Prof. E. H. Carleton has been sell
ing some of his furniture this week,
in anticipMiou of removal.
The Rev. Capon Ault and family
came over from 7niiut-ij on Thurs
day afternoon, and are pleasantly
located in Miss Hadlwy'g cottage by
110 Beautiful Pictures.
There will be an entertainment of
MOVING PICTURES and STERE
OPTICAN VIEWS by Rev. W. H.
Rice, of Honolulu, in the CHINESE
CHURCH, South Market Street,
next Tuesday evening, at 7:30, with
ACETYLINE GAS. The moving
pictures are small but distinct, e'hv
bracing the BATTLE AT SEA, the
FIRE ENGINES, BATTLE of SAN
JUAN. HILL, EXPRESS TRAIN.
The views show the DESTRUC
TION of MARTINIQUE, RUINS of
POMPEII, .. YELLOW STONE
PARK, PICTURESQUE HA WAIL
One hundred and ten In all.
Admission, 25 cents
Sheriff's Site Notice.
Under and by virtue of a certain
xecution issued out of the Circuit
Court.Second Circuit of the Territorj
of Hawaii, on the 13th day of June,
1903, in the matter of Jose Sar
tlinha vs. Antoue do Rcgo, I have on
this 2nd day of July, 1903, levied up
on and shall offer for sak and sell a'
Public Auction to the higliext bidder
t tho Wailuku Court-house, Wal-
uku, Maui, at 12 o'clock noou on the
ith day of August. 1U03, all lbi
ght, title and iuliMcst of the sam
Antone do Rego in the following des
cribed property, unless the sum'ot
i'hree Hundred Fifty Dollars und 6u
cents, (350.5u) that being tht
amount for which the paid execution
issued, together With interest, costs
nd my expenses are previously
That certain piece of land situated
on Main Street, Wailuku, Island of
Maui, aud conveyed to the said An-
ioue do Rego and others by the Wai
luku Sugar Co. by deed dated July
Sih, 1900, about 11 acres more or
iuss, also that certain piece of land
situated on Vineyard street in said
Wailuku, Maui, and conveyed to the
aid Antone do Rego and others by
11.:.,. .tr X Uif AaaA rlatost 1
V. tJ l V " U l W VV. VJ UVVU v uvu I
December 17th, 1901, about 1 acre
mure or less. .
L. M. BALDWIN,
Sheriff of Maui.
Dated July 3rd, 1903.
IS THK CIBCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMUERS IN P.vODATE.
In itha mailer ol tho Estate of All Chew, de-
Purdueut to propor proceedings in probate
heretofore had In that behalf, la re
of All Chew, the undersigned, S. Aiimi
lui, Maui, on the lHth day o( June, lima, wasduly
appointed admliiiutrator, Hied his bond and
duly qualified as such, aud on the name duy had
Issued to him Letters of Administration In ro
All creditors of said Ah Chew, deceased, and
of the Estate of Ah Chew, are hereby duly noti
fled to present tQelr claims, duly authenticated
and with the proper vouchers If any exist, .even
It the claim Is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to the undersigned, either at his res
idence or place of business, In Kahulul, Muui
Territory of Hawaii, within slxnonlus from the
date of this notice, (said date being the date cf
the first publication of said notice) otherwise
such claim, if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Kahulu!, Maui, July 4, ma,
Administrator of the Estate of Ah Chew, do
D. H. CASE,
Attorney tor Admittstratlor. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the matierof the Estate of Robert L. Eng
lish, late .of Kahulul. Maul, deceased, in
Order of Notice of Petition for Anminlstratlon.
On reading and tiling the petition of heaka
English, widow, of Kahulul, Maul, alleging
that Robert L. English of Kahulul, Maul, died
intestate at Wailuku, Maul, on the 18th day of
June, A. D. 1903, leaving property In the Haw
aiian Islands nooessary to be administered
upon, and praying that Letters of Administra
tion issue to A. N. Kepolkal.
It is ordered that Thursday, the 6th day of
August, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock A. M., be and
hereby la appointed for hearing said petition In
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maul,
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, if any they have
why said petition rhould not be granted.
Dated Wailuku, Maul, T. H., June 18th, 1003.
By the Court;
L. R. CROOK,
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The undersigned, a first-class Boil
er Maker, who has built and laid all
the large water mams, such as the
Makaweli, Ewa, Kahuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wishes
work, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler worn. He also
builds the best spark catching loco
motive smoke stacks on the Islands.
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahulul R. R. Co., and Paia
Plantation Co. Prompt attention to
repairsj which will be completed on
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
All work finished in first-class me
chanical style. Address
M. J. KEELEN,
You can save money, time and
trouble by ordering through me all
American and foreign newspapers
and tnaaaaines at lowest prices. All
orders will receive prompt attention.
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Ter
ritory. Mr. C D. Lufkin will act' for
me in all matters under power of at
torney. , .
R. A. WADSWORTH.
Teddy's Rough Rider Pom-Pom' Gun'
ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS" TO THE YOUNG CHILD.
CAN BE USED INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE HOUSE
Price by Mail, Prepaid, 75 Cents
An entirely new novnlty. This Gun shoots a soft, hollow
rubber ball 300 tcet in the air, aud makes a report like a
Made of finely nickel-plated 6teel throughout with hard
Write US for flags. Both American and Hawaiian.
T ff ttn
WE ARE OUT
for a share of your
to the Steamer free of
Also many other articles of f urniture We
would be pleased to submit cuts and prices.
If in Honolulu, call, whether you Wish to buy
or not we w gladly
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 TRAD&
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
MAUI COFFEE ;
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 COLD WATER PAINT.
The Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Coldrsj bothfor Outside and Inside Work.
Send froi Color Card and F rice' List.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LT D
Honolulu, H. T.JJ
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios. Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts. 1
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc. H 'v
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Caref ulJA ttentlon.
K. or P. HALL BUILDING
MPs. J. K. Kahopkele,
r ii I mm in mi m
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch, and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. ,
Memorials in any material known to the. trade, including bronze.
Phdtographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on applicatian.
Safe of any known make furnished.
J. C. AXTBLL '
P. O. Boi 642, 1O43-1030JALAKEA Sr. Bsr. KING asd IIOIEL.Sk.
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD.
Corner Union and Hotel Streets
P. O. Box 784. Honolulu, IT. T.
trade. We can deliver
charge of packing:
ranging from 75 cts. up
show you our stock ,
Honolulu, H. T. '