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The Elks' benefit entertainment at
Hilo OQ the Fourth netted over 70O.
The recaption of Governor DnleNt
K. of P. Hall last Saturday evening
was a brillant affair.
Give the News a chance at your
job work and you will be satisfied
both as to price and quality.
Honolulans in Wailaku this week
report that business in Honolulu is
beginning to improve in a noticeable
The Vailukus and Ilimas play ball
tomorrow, and if both teams are iu
good trim, a red hot game may be
Now for the 12th of August races,
and there is no doubt left that they
will be the crowniuir success of our
Toot bull teams at Liahaina. War
luk-u and Kahului are being figured
. ftn, and a leage foot ball seasou will
1 follow the ball games.
Warm wuather has prevailed in
Wailuku this week with occasional
heavy tratie winds and distant tliun
der and lightning.
"Recruits to the front!" The lit
- CBPIT Cigor is the best 5 cent smoke
on earth, li. llacklelu it Ka. are
agents for this Territory.
' First Class, merchantable lumber
(or sale on the beach, at $22.00 ana
up, M.j per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GKEEN
Assiguee D. H. Case is holding a
sale of the assets of Atung on Market
street, below the bridgn, at way low
down Drices. to clear out the stock.
. i Great bargains. Call.
He reused to give a sou marque in
aid of the lutu, and then alter drink
ing two bottles of boer, made a kick
because he was not served with the
third. Do you know him?
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandrull Erudicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair: toba had at
the Up-To-Date Barber Shop.
PINKAEY BROWN, PROP,
V. A. Vetlesen his fitted up the
interior of the new post office witli
.,' elegant counters and shelves, and
has received a stock of goods which
will be on display as soon as possible.
Pope Leo's death was telegraphed
as having occurred at Rome on Mon
day at 4.04 p. m. The actual time ot
bis death as reckoned by Island time
was about five o'clock on Monday
The citizens of Maui should call
mass meeting and appoint commit
tees to draft resolutions favoring the
coffee industry to be presented to
and used by Delegate Kuhio when he
goes to congress in October.
Notice is hereby given that Mr
Young Nap has been appointed Aud
itor of the Waihee Kice Plantation
W. R. P. Co., Ltd.
'! Young Young, Sec'v.
The Ladies of Nawaieha Court give
a luau at, Haleakala Lodge, Hall to-
dav at noon, and a 'dance at the
r schoolhouse this evening. Both are
for a cond cause and deserve gen
erous support at tht hands of the
people of Wailuku.
. Mrs. J. Nua, who kindly consented
to act as lady manager of the luau
deserves the highest credit for the
.excellent manner in which she and
her, efficient young lady assistants
" ' looked after the wants and welfare
of the" guests at the luau.
It is 'not generally known that
125,000 has been secured in the loan
bill to erect a large brick school
-house in Wailuku, and it is claimed
that Superintendent Atkinson is
practically committed in favor of it.
Goodness kuows we sorelv need such
a building. .
The wanuKu Dana ooys ireaiea
: the citizens of Wailuku to a genuine
' sui prise last Saturday by appearing
' in public and rendering some choice
and welcome music. Tt is up to the
citizens to reciprocate and extend
' the band all needed financial support.
The band is all right, and deserves
f Supreme President F. J. Kierce,
of the Y. M. I. arrived from Califor
uia to visit the Couucils established
en the Islands, and reached Maui by
yesterday morniug's Hellene. On
Monday evening an entertainment
and dance will given in his honor by
Gulstan Coutcil No. 57C Y. M. I., of
Wailuku, at the Hall of Aloha Lodge
K. ot P., .Invitations fot. which, have
been issued. ,
HARVEST HOME DANCE
At Puunenc Mill,
A novelty on Maul is to be offe
by the citizens of Puunene on next
Saturday evening, August 1, which
is nothing less than a harvest home
dance to celebrated the close of the
Puunene sugar season a record break
ing neason by the way, ' for the big
mill ha i been running steadily for t lie
ast eighteen months, enriching the
world by and output of sixty-four
thousand tons of RUgur.
Elatiorate preparations are being
made for the ball and supper, for
hich several , hundred invitations
are to be issued. A spweial orchestra
of ten or twelve pieces will be brought
from Honolulu, to furnish music for
I he occasion. The following list of
committees hav the affair in hand,
and their names are a guarantee
that nothing will bo lacking to add
enjoyment to the occitsiou.
Was & Menus: Mr. J. N. S. Wil-
iams, Mr. Seal by, Mr. Mayfield, Mr.
Keeny, Mr. Kirkland.
Tnritation: Mr. H. P. Baldwin,
Mr. J. N. S. William. Mr. Filler.
Decora'ion: Mr. F. b Baldwin,
Mr. Deiht'rt, Mr. Filler, Mr. Hardy,
Mr. VV. P. L. Bett.
Refreshments: Mr. Mayfield, Mr.
Quill, Mr. Fred Williams.
Receptbn: Mr. Keeney, Mr. Sear-
by, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Carroll, Mr
Thompsoi'j Mr. Threfall, Dr. Diuegur.
Floor: Mr. U m Walsh, Mr.
Lougher, Mr. J. Walsh, Mr. Daniel
Transportation: Mr. Filler, Mr.
Mr. il. tr. Baldwin is to act as
cx-onlcio chairman of all commit
tees. : ' '
Free trains will be run from all
points on the road to Puunene as fol
lows: Leaves Paia 6.45: Spreckels
ville, 7, Kahului, 7.15; Wailuku, 7;
Kihei, b.4a; arriving at Puunene at
7.30 P. M., and will leave again after
tl'O ball aud supper. All who desire
lo avail therjselves or train service
are earnestly requested to make
special note of the time of departure
of the several trains aud be on hand
promptly, as it will be necessary to
run the trains on close schedule time,
in order to reach Puunene by 7.30
The dance will begin at eight o'clock
sharp, and supper at 12
Yesterday at 3. 30 p. m. the valve
of the steam whistle at Puunene was
thrown open and gave vent to a long,
loud and triumphant whistle to mark
the close of the grinding season, and
the end of a steady 18 months run,
during which the mill has turned out
64,000 tons of sugar, over 37,000 tons
of which are this seanon's crop.
21 to 9
For the first five inniugs of the
game between the Ilimas and the La
hainas at Wells Park last Sunday, it
semed to be Lahaina's game, the
score standing 8 to 8 at the end of
the fifth inning, The Lahainas took
the lead in the first inuing scoring
to 2 against their opponents and the
score read 5 to 2 in their favor at the
end of the second inning. Then the
Ilimas made a fpurt scoring 1 run
in the third and giving the Lahainas
a goose egg. In the fourth inning
they stacked up 4 runs to one in
favor of Lahaina. In the fifth inning
1 run was the best they could do,
while Lahaina scored two, tying the
core at 8 to 8.
Then the grand stand leaned back
to watch hot play which never ma
terialized. The Ilimas chalked up 3
runs in the sixth, and ' the Lahainas
made 1 run and died.- The Ilimas
came to bat for the seventh inning
and were presented with seven runs
by their generous opponents, and in
the ninth they scored three more
runs. The Lahainas batted superbly
throughout the game but their field
ing was simply rotten. This is to be
regretted for the Lahainas have
strong team, if they would get to
getber. practice and train for the
games, as the other three teams do,
The score for last Sunday's game
stood as follows:
Ilimas 2 0 1 4 1 3 7 0 3-21
Lahainas. ...3 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0
Tomorrow's game will be between
the Wailukus and Ilimas, and if both
teams have worked up, some fine ball
may be expected. The Wailukus
have probably lost short stop Wright
who was to have gone to Keanae this
week, and this will of course weaken
The Kami scratcbed out a game
agains the H. A. C.s at Honolulu last
week, scoring seven runs in the ninth
inning owing probably to. the fact
that Barny Joy's ai'm..weknd. .
Maul Racing Association.
ineiu. . a. recently preparea
published a proposed race progrum
mi. - t r n k . - . . , -
for the races on August 12, copies of
which were submitted to Honolulu
and Hawaii horsemen. A number of
etters have heen received contain
ing suggestions, and a special meet
Ing of the Association was held on
Thursday evening, at which a final
program was adopted.
The free for all and the 2.20 trot
ting races were consolidated in to one
free Tor all, best three in five, for a
purse of $450. and the mile free for
all purse was increased from $100 to
150. This will doubtless result in
bringing some of the best homm in
Honolulu, and will a -sure fust racing,
Another Japanese raceh as been a Id
ed, In answer to a dtmand from
enthusiastic Japanese horsemen.
Some horses from the O'Rourkr
tt ring on Hawaii have been condition
ally promised, and strenuous efforts
are being made to induce their at
tendance. Named racs were asked
ed for, but the time is too limited to
arrange them. .
Canon Ault preached in 'Hilo Inst
Sundav. His classmate, Rev, Sidnev
H. Morgan, Is in. charge of the Epis
copal Mission in that city.
Last Saturday morning Miss Grace
Olsen telephoned to her mother from
Kihei. raying that she had just seei
The new turnstile at the entrance
to the schoolhouse yard will be a Con
venience to many.
A handsome flagstaff has been
erected on the Joss house lot.
The Hayselden family tomb in La
haina Cemetery is nearly complted'.
It has been very carefully construct
ed, according to plans prepared by
Architect Traphagen of Honolulu
Some of the dimensions are as follows:
Extreme height, 12 feet; height above
the eai'th line 8 feet; inside measure,
menl, 14 feet by 9. There are con
crete steps, descending five feet to
a landing three feet wide at the bot
tom. The iron doors are four feet
wide, and there is an iron railing
around the front. For several weens
past, Mr Frederick H. Hayselden
has superintended the work. He was
ably assisted by his son Fred., and a
number of Japanese laborers weie
The electric pump has been re
paired iu Honolulu, and came back
on Tuesday. Further experiments
will be tried with it at the Lahaina
bpecial mission services are in
progress at the bontn be a Jslanu
Mrs T. J. Hayselden and Mrs.
William Ault have been visiting a
number of their friends in this town
It is said that in some place s
large numbes of little white spiders
have injured the trees, causing the
leaves to fall.
Rev. Father James sailed for
Europe about three weeks ago. He
is a delegate to the General Chapter
of the Society of the Sacred Heart,
which will assemble in September.
The Chapter meets once in five years.
A hospital has been opened, under
the auspices of the Plantation, in the
large dwelling house formerly oc
cupied by Chemist Nicholas. Dr.
Peters is in charge of the institution,
and bas an office in one of the front
rooms. To begin with, there is only
one patient, the Japanese who fell
over the pali about three weeks aKo
In case of emergency, about twenty
patients could be accommodated. A
hospital has long been needed in
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ARTHUR WAAL, :
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY .Lo
cation of principal plaoa ot business, 8ao
Franolsoo, California. Loom Ion of works.Haoa,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice U hereby given that at a mteetlng of
the Board of Directors, bald on the S day of
June, 18U3, an assusmneut (No 3) of two dollar
(t.U0) per share waa levied upon the capital
took of the corporation, payable fmmedlately
In United State gold coin, to the Treasurer, a
the office of company, No. SIS Front Street, Sai
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 11th day ot August, 1903
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction; and unless the payment Is made
before, will be sold on SATURDAY, the th
day ot September, 1803, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with eost of advertising of
advertising and expenses ot aale. By order of
the Board of Dlreotors. ,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
OMoe No. ill Front sul Hai FranelMo
NOTICE . OH SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Tofrity ot Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the mat ter nf tin Estate of (Vorge
Notice of Guardian's Sale of Heal
Notice is hereby given that, upon
application duly made, notice thereof
as by law required, and hearing and
examination thereon, the Judge of
the Second Judicial Circ uit, J. W,
Kalua grunted and issued tn me,
Ferdinand Hons, as Executor under
the will df George Hons, dec, and
Guarcwin of tho property and per
son of Helene Heps, ii minor, a H-
ense to sell the following real estate,
belonging to and being tho property
of said minor, to-wit:
Beginning nt the South Corner ad
lining the roud from Wailuku to
Waikupu, Island of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, and runniiiij
N. 39J E. 6 4.") chains al.mg land
leretofore belonging to tho Waikupu
N. 241 V . 1.57 chains alon Lang-
ford's land thence
S. 87 W. 3. 'Mi chain along Lang-
ford's hind t hence
S' 1 W. (i !i4 chains along Maid
mtiind roud to point of beginning,
and containing and aroa of 1.55 u-
ps, and btintf ih.' same premises
described in den! Iroin V. O. Smith,
as Guardian, to George lions, dated
November 25tl., 1899, and appearing
if record in Liber 203 on page 147
and 148 aud 149 of the Registry of
Now 'Iherefore, in pursuance of
said Lirxnse I, Ferdinand Hons, will,
on Saturday, the 1st. day of August
1903, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, at the entrance to the Wailuku
courthouse, sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, the above des
cribed reulestite. together with all
appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Upbet price 3,250 00 Deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding
terms of sale etc.apply to Ferdinand
Hons, Kahului, or D. C. Case, Wai
Executor under the last will aud
testament of George Hons, dec, and
guardian of the property aud person
of Helene Hons.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITOTY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Young Quoog,
late. of Wailuku, Maul, deccasod intestate.
Order ot Notice of Petition for Administration.
On Reading and Filing tlieretition of Young
Kau, Kahului, Maui, allugtng that Young
Quong of Wailuku, Maul, died Intestate at
Wailuku, Maul, on the ISth day July, A. D.
lOOS.Heavlng property in the Hawaiian Islands
necosxary to be administered upon, and praylog
that Letters of Administration issue to himself.
It is ordered that Tuesduy, the ISth duy Aug
ust, A. D. IW03, at 10 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said Petition In the
Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at
which time ana place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, If any they have,
why (aid Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, July 18th, 1603.
J. W. KALUA,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second Cirouit
Attest: L. R. CROOK,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the Second Circuit
July 25, Aug. I, 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Awana lato of
Wailuku, Maul, deceased intestate.
Order of Notice of Petition for Adnrluistratlon,
On Reading and Filing the Petition of Ah
Fat of Waliuku, Maul, alleging that Awana,
died Intestate at Wailuku, Maul, on the 16th
day of Juue, A. D..KKO, looting property in the
Hawaiian Island necessary to be administered
upon, and praying that Letters of Admlnlitra
tlon Issue to himself.
It la ordered that Tuesday, the 18th day of
August, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock A. M., le and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said Petition
in the Court Room of lhis Court at Wailuku,
Maui, at which time aid plftoe all percons con
cerned may appear and show If any they have,
why said Petition should not be granted. ,
Dated at Wailuku Maul, July Sllr, 1903.
i. W. KALUA,
Judge of the Circuit Court ot the Second Circuit
Attest: L. R.CROOK.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit.
JulyS), Aug. 1.8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In ithe matter ot the Estate of Ah Chew, de
Pursuent to proper proceedings in probate
heretofore had in that behalf, in re the Estate
of Ah Chew, the undersigned, S. Ahml, of Kahu
lui, Maul, on the 18th day of June, 1M3, was duly
appointed administrator, Bled hi bond and
duly qualified as such, and on the same day had
issued to him Letter ot Administration in re
said Estate. '
All creditor of said Ah Chew, deceased, and
ot the Estate of Ah Chew, are hereby duly noti
fied to present thoir claims, duly authenticated
and with the proper vouchers If any exist, ;ven
If the claim Is secured by mortgge upon real
estate, to the undersigned, either at hi res
idence or place of business, In Kahului, Maul
Territory of Hawaii, within aix nonthsfrom the
date of this notice, (said date being the dais of
the Ural publication of said notice) otherwise
suoh Ululin, if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Kahulut, Maui, July 4, 1903,1 .
Administrator f the Estate of An Chew, d
D. H. CASE,
' Attorney fox AdmittetraUw. .
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Coffee in Taste and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bajr, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities. .
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1 ! tl - I II I - I I l
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xtaskets 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 CarefulJAttention.
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Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business Manager
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Memorials in auy material known to thetrade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on application.,
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j. iiox i Honolulu, m. i.
and sales Increasing.