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The Maul Hote carries the fin
est. Una of cigars in town.
Today will be a gala day long to be
remembered iu the chronicle of Wai
luku. Warm days and cool nights with
refreshing trade winds in Wailuku
For prompt aud satisfactory Job
Work call or telephone your orders
to the News office.
There is a luxurious abundance of
delicious figs and Isabella grapes in
the Wailuku market.
Cane planting is being pushed on
central Maul, and au unually large
area will be seeded this year.
The Niws is suffering with grow
ing pains and something is gning to
be doing in the near future.
The road board deserves credit for
the neat appearance of our streets
in the business and residence portion
An assessment lias been levied on
liana Plantation stock, causing the
price to drop irom. $3 to 37c. per
There is a probability that the loan
bill bjnds will shortly be marketed
for cash, with which to begin im
The oil steamer Argyle ran Into
Kahulul harbor unloaded her cargo of
oil aud sailed again iu two days time.
The guava crop iu the vicinity of
Wailuku is for some reason unusully
short tbis year, aud guava jelly Is be
coming a luxury.
Good times have come to Wailuku
to Rtay tor keeps, and the town can
help growing, but the Nxws will not
stand for a boom.
The people of Wailuku and of Maul
Kenerully have responded generouly
in aid of the reception to the gover
nor. O Maul no ka oi.
It. iu nnnsmisa to talk about a new
site for the new Courthouse as the
present site is the most desirable and
availab'e one In Wailuku.
There will be a luau this afternoon
at the School House and a reception
this evening at Aloha Lodge, K. P,
Hall, in honor of Governor Dole.
First CUss, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per Epot cash. Apply to
" Serveral parties of tourists have
visited Maul this week, just to give
us a taste of the goods times coming
when hundreds of them will visit us
- The citizens of Wailuku ai e begin
ning to learn by practical experience
liow much the interests of our little
town can be promoted by united and
Work is being pushed on the new
ditch by W. M. O'Shaughnessy, su
pervislon engineer, and twenty-nine
of the thirty-six tunnels are In course
A new grade is a crying need on
the' road between Haiku and Huelo,
and our county supervisors should
look into the matter. The present
grade is entirely too steep in places.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
rtTf aYTl T- "- y-V a l T-a-TTs rtT
trisxiLiHUjX rsuu win, rtvjrjt
As the rsception of Governor Dele
at the K. of P. Hall tbis evening will
only last from seven to nine, every
one who wishes to meet and greet
the governor should be on hand
Wailuku capital should swing Wai
luku business propositions, and two
or three striking illustrations of how
t is to be done are in process of in
cubation. And there is money here
for the purpose.
Postmaster Vetlesen is filling up
the spare room in the new post office
with shelves and counters, prepara
tory to hanuling Gent's Furnishing
Goods, shoes, pateut medicines, ci
gars, stationary, notions; etc.
Notice is hereby given that Mr.
Young Nap has been appointed Aud
itor of the Waibee Rice Plantation
W. R. P. Co., Ltd.
Young Young, Sec'y.
The prompt frankness with which
a few of the citizens of Wailuku, who
make their living off the town, refuse
to make donations to help good caus
es along simply jars one. They are
fluitf willing to sbttre in the pie, how-ver,
ARRIVES ON MAUI
On Tuesday evening tlwre was a
meeting of the citizens . of Wailuku,
to make arrangements for the re
ception of Governor Dole.
From a letter received on Wed
nesday morning it was learned that
the Governor and party would land
at Kibcl this morning at 7:30. There
they will be met by an nll-Maui com
mlttee consisting of R. W. Filler, J.
N. S. Williams, H. P. Baldwin, A.
N. Hayselden, W. O. Aikon, Judge
W. A. McKay, W. H. Cornwtll and
Rev. J. Nun, and be conveyed ty
special train through the cane area
of central Maui via the big mill and
Kahulul, thence to Wailuku depot
where they will be met by a special
reception committee of the citizens
of Wailuku, consisting of Carl Wal
deyer, D. H. Case, W. K. Bal, G. B.
Schrader and W. 'T. Robinson.
A further committeo of arrange
ments consisting of Jos. Welch, D.
Crowell, J. K. Kahookele, A. Enos
and G. B. Robertson will look after
practical details, and the finance
committee, will consist of R,
W. Filler, T. B. Lyons and G. B.
A luau will be given in the Wailuku
schoolhouse at 12:3(1 today, and a re
ception will be tendered the governor
at K. of P. Hall this evening from
seven to nine. Special trains will
run from up country, which will per
mit out of town peupie to meet the
governor in the evening if they are
unable to attend the luaii. The Gov.
ernor and party will probably leave
for Hawaii on Sunday morning, un
less they decide to spend anothur day
16 to 9
The above score in favor of the
Morning Stars in their game agaiust
the Wailukus at Wells Park last Sun
day, is in etartliug contrast to that
of May 24th betweeu these two
teams, when the Wailukus won by a
score of 15 to 0. .
The Stars as usual played a good
steady game with sojie brilliant
work at intervals. The Wailukus
started off bravely and held the score
at a tie for the first two innings,
after which the Stars forged ahead
and won at their leisure. The Stars
bad been in training for the game,
but tne Wailukus bad not, aud the
latter team also showed up weak,
Wright and Holt being among the
missing. One thing is about sure now
and that is that the teum which
trains most and holds its organization
together the best, will be the one
which will win the pennant, and the
Wailukus should make a note of this
The score for last Sunday's game
stood as follows:
M. Stars 2 0 5 0 2 3 4 0 0-16
Wailukus... ..2 0300040 09
The Ilimas and Lahainas cross bats
tomorrow, and it is said that the La
hainas are prepared to put up a
stronger game than usual.
' It is now understood that the Elks
will come over to play the Mauls on
Aug. 12. The Claudlne will arrive a
day earliar, and leave for Honolulu
again on Thursday evening.so that if
the game is not played on Wednesday,
it will be played on Thursday. There
is some talk that the H. A. C.s may
also come over to play the Maui
boys, but this somewhat unlikely.
Legislature Has Adjourned.
The extra session of the Territorial
legislature having successfully passed
the two salary bills and the loan bill,
adjourned at a little before midnight
Considering the magnitude of the
task involved, and the importance of
the work accomplished, the people
have reason to be satisfied with the
results accomplished at the regular
and extra session. The loan bill and
the salaries bills bad close shaves,
but all is well that ends well, and the
present legislature has made some im
portant history for the islands. Maui,
aud Wailuuu especially, has been
generously though justly treated In
the matter of appropriations. Some
where in the neighbot hohd ot $50,000
will be used to Wailuku and vicinity
for important public Improvements
which are much needed,' and which,
combinod with the fact that Wailuku
is now the county seat will do much
to add to the solid and permanent
prosperity of our delightful little
Other appropriations, amounting
in &U a over $180,000 art to be used
on Maul, the largest and most import
ant oT which is the construction of the
roa l between ;ist and centr.vl Maui.
This is a much needed road, and al
though the present ' appropriation
may not be sullicient, still tho people
of Maui will see that it is eventually
Nnwo'elw Court, K. of P.
The lady members and friends of
the families of the members of the
H'.iwAiinn Lodge, K. i f IV, linve or
ganized a ladiei' secret society, with
t ie above beautifully poetic aril sug
giMivp name. . ,
This society will occupies the same
relations toward Ilaleakula Lodge
that the Dauhtrs of Rebecca do to
the order of Odd Follows, or the
Eastern Star order to the masonic
Over twenty names have ulrendy
been enrolled and a charter will be
applied for, every indie flion points
to the conclusion that u large and
Successful organizat ion will tie effect
ed. The ludis in charge of the affair
have planned a luau to tie lieu! in the
Lode room of Halttitllu Lodge, No.
1, K.of P. Wailuku, at noon sharp,
on next Saturday, .Inly 25, to raise
funds und tickets are being sold for
the event. It is a praiseworthy un
dertaking, and hhould meet with gnu
erous patronage ut tho bunds of the
On the evening of the samp day,
July 25, dance will be given at tlm
Wailuku Courthouse, to which a
small udtniiifcion frc will be charged,
and retiTbiiuntuu will ulso be uHetd
to the guebts at reasonable prices.
Nawaieha Court, iu the bauds of
the ladies who are initiating the or
ganization, promises to be, a , noted
feature of social life in Wailuku, and
the News Heartily bespeaks a gen
erous reception und response by
every one to the appeal of tn ladies
fur aid aud encouragement iu their
Miss M. A. Horner has received
several elegant presents from Mrs.
Dr. Miyata, who came from her home
in Japan about two Months ago.
Miss Rose Dickenson iu the guest
of her brother.
Mrs. T. J. Hayselden arrived from
Wailuku on Saturday last.
Mr. F. H. Hayseldea has returned
Canon Ault conducted the services
at the Church of the Holy Innocents
W L. Decoto went over to Wai
luku on Tuesday morning.
Canon Ault engaged passage for
Tlilo ou Tuesday evening. He ex
pects to preach in that city next
Sunday, and will return to Lahaina
early next Saturday morning, in sea
son to go over to Wailuku for ser
vices on Sunday, July 26.
Prof. E. H. Carle ton and family
left for Honolulu on Thursday even
Mrs. C. B. Olsen and her two
daughters took the stage for Kibe
on Monday afternoon. The girls will
probably remain in Kibei for several
Akana, one of Mr. Olsen's em
ployees, was seriously ill at last ac
counts. On Thursday, June 18, King's Col
lege at Windsor, Nova Scotia, honor
ed Bishop Restarick with the degree
of D. D.
George White has opened a har
ness shop on the main street. He has
recently come from Kohala, but
formerly resided in Lahaina.
The birthday of William Henning
was appropriately remembered last
Sunday. Among other presents Mr.
Henning received a valuable revolv
Mr. L. M. Vetleson is preparing
to lease or sell the Makalus premises,
north of St. Cross.
Collector Dunn expects to be on
the Island of Molokai for about ten
days, on official business.
BANA PLANTATION COMPANY .Lo
cation of prlnolpal place of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of works.Haaa,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice la hereby fivon that at a mteetlnj of
the BoaM of Director., held on the SU day of
June, 1803, an assessment (No ) of two dollar
(14.00) per share waa levied upon tho capital
atocU of the corporation, payable immediately
la United States gold coin, to the Treasurer, at
the office of company, No. S16 Front Street, San
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 11th day of August, 1908
will be delinquent and advertised for aale at
public auction; and unless the payment is made
before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the 5th
day of September, 1803, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of advertising of
advertising and expenses of sale. By order ot
the Board of Directors.
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
Once No. Jib Front street, Ban Francisco
NOTICE OF SALE.
In 1hn Circuit Court, of tlie Sivoml
Judicial Circuit, Territv ol llawni'.
At Chambers In I'rcbate.
In the mutterof tin tstutenf Gcorg"
Notice of Gunrrl'mnV Salr of Real
Notice is hereby eiven that, upon
iipplicntlon duly made, notice thereof
us by iuw required, and hearing nurl
examination thereon, the Judgo of
the Second Judicial Circuit, J. W,
Knlna granted and issued to me,
Ferdinand Hons, as Exrcutor under
the will of George Hons, dec, ai d
Guardian of the properly mid per
son of Helens Hons, a minor, n li-
censfl to sell the following real est ate,
belonging t3 and being the property
of said minor, to-wit:
Beginning at the South Corner ad
joining the road from Wailuku to
Wuikapu, 'Island of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, and running
X. 31i E. 6 45 chains along Ik. d
heretofore belonging to the Waikapu
X. 2 l V. 1.57 chains along Lang
ford's land thence
S. 87 W. 3.36 chain along Lang
ford's land thence
S- 1 W. 6.24 chains along said
tniind road to point of beginning,
and containing and aroa of 1.55 a
ores, and being thn same premises
described in deed from V. O. Smith,
as Guardian, to George Hons, dated
November 25th, 1899, and appearing
of record iii Liber 203 on page 147
and 148 and 149 of the Registry of
Now Therefore, in pursuance i
f-aid Lifeline I, Ferdinand Hons, will,
on Saturday, the 1st day of August
1903, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, at the eutrance to the Wailuku
courthouse, suit at public auction, to
the highest vbidder, the above des
criued real estate, together with all
appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Upset price 13,250 00 Deeds at ex
pause of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding
terms of sale etc. apply to Ferdinand
Hons, Kahului, or D. C, Case, Wai
luku. FERDINAND HONS.
Executor under the last will at d
testament of George Hons, dec, und
guardian of the property and person
of He.ene Hous.
Sheriff's Sale Notice.
Under and by virtue of a certain
execution issued out of the Circuit
Court.Srcond Circuit of the Territory
of Hawaii, on the 13th day of June,
1903, in the ' matter of Jose Sar
dinha vs. Antone do Rego, I have on
tbis 2nd day of July, 1903, levied up
on and shall offer for sale and sell at
Public Auction to the highest bidder
at the Wailuku Court-house, Wai
luku, Maui, at 12 o'clock noon on the
4 th day of August, 1903, all the
right, title and interest of the said
Antone do Rego in the following des
cribed property, unless the sum of
Three Hundred Fifty Dollars and 50
cents, ($350.50) that being the
amount for which the raid execution
issued, together with interest, costs
and my expenses are previously
That certain piece of land situated
on Main Street, Wailuku, Island of
Maui, aud. conveyed to the said An
tone do Rego and others by the Wai
luku Sugar Co. by deed dated July
8th, 1900, about U acres mora or
less, also that certain piece of land
situated on Vineyard street in said
Wailuku, Maui, and conveyed to the
said. Antone do Rego and others by
C. i brewer & Co., by deed dated
December 17th, 1901, about 1 acre
more or less.
L. M. BALDWIN,
Sheriff of Maui.
Dated July 3rd, 1903.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In it ha matter ol the Estate ot Ah Chew, de
ceased. Pursuant to proper proceedings In probste
heretofore had la that behalf, In re the Estate
ot Ah Chew, the undersigned, 8. Ahml, of Kahu
lul, Maui, on the 18th day of June, IMU3, was duly
appointed administrator, tiled bis bend and
July qualified as such, aud on the same day had
issued to blm Letters ot Administration in re
All creditors of said Ah Chew, deceased, aud
af the Estate of Ab Chow, are hereby duly notl
dud to present their claims, duly authenticated
and with the proper vouchers If any exlst,;even
If the claim Is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to the undersigned, either at bis res
idence or place of business, In Kahulul, Maul,
Territory ot Hawaii, within six a oaths from the
date of this notice, (said dute being tho date of
the first publication of said notice) otherwise
sueh claim, If any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Kahulul, Maul, July 4, 19US.I .
Administrator of the Estate of Ah Chew, de
ceased. D. H. CASE,
Attorney for AdmltUtrstlor.
Teddy's Rougb Rider PomPoni Gun
A11SOLUTELY HARMLESS TO THE YOUNG CHILD.
CAN HE USED INSIDE OK OUTSIDE THE HorSK
Price by Mail, Prepaid, 75 Cents
An entirely new novelty. This Gun shoots a soft, ho'.low
rubber ball 300 teet In the air, and makes a report like a
real rifle. '
Made of finely nickel-plated steel throughout with Lard
Write US for flags. Both
".) THF. I HI I in
WE ARE OUT
for a share of your trade. We can deliver,
to" the Steamer free of charge of packing
Chairs ranging from 75 cts. up
Tables 44 90 cts. "
Extension tables " " 6.00
Bedroom suites " V 30.00
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 ourjstock
THE PORTER FURNITURE CO.
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 TRADJJ
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, a
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TODACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTi PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Koca
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 PAINtT
The Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, bother Outside and Inside Work.
Send for Color Card and PricegLlst.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
Honolulu, H. T.l
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios. Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, MaU ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts. I
Hawaiian Tapas aud Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc,
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Carefulj Attention.
K. or P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI,.
Mrs. J. K. 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 thetrade, including brocte.
Piiotographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any known make fcrnished.l
J. C. AXTELL
P. O. Box S42, lWa-1030iALAKEA Sr. B$ r. KINO and UOIL Srt.
American and Hawaiian.
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD. i
Corner Union and Hotel Streets
P. O. Box 784. Honolulu, If. T.
Honolulu, H. T.