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Intelligent advertising In tlip
News is a sure monay-maky:
Strawberries and peaches all gone,
but lots of grapes and figs left yet
Heavy trada winds and rouh fceas
have prevailed outside for the past
The Morning Stars and Lahainas
play ball at Wells Put k tomorrow
McKin'ey is being trained for the
12th of August races, and bids fair
to make a low record.
Ring up the News office and order
the job worn you need. Price and
workmanship all right.
The few cases of dengue which re
recently prevailed in Wailuku have
disappeared. No malaria here.
The memburs of Gulstan Council
gave a delightful entertaiumeut at
' K. of P. Hall, last Monday night.
Bartlett Water is the finest med
icinal and table mineral water known
Makes the finest bighbulu. Lovejoy
& Co. agents.
Please remember that the fr
train leaves Wailuku for Puunehe at
seven o'clock sharp, this evening.
Bft on hand promptly.
The ladies of Nawaieha Court re
port a flattering luccess as the
'financial result of their luau and
dance, last Saturday.
Honolulu mails were received ut
Wailuku at noon on Tuesday, via
Lahaina, and will hereafter arrive
here every Tuesdcy at noon.
A heavy thunder storm on ea
Maui on Thursday morning wasrol
lowed by copious rnins on central
Maui on Thursday and Friday.
If you are going out camping or
want a pretty tent for your lawn,
write to Pearson & Potter Co. who
carry all sizes and kinds of tents.
The attention of the ladies of Maui
is invited to the ,,Millinery"ad of Mrs
Bosennasser, at bottom of personal
column, fourth page of this issue
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
tfp, M., per Epot cash. Apply to
- . CYRUS T. GREEN 1
The Harvest Home dance at Puu
nene this evening bids fair tcjoe a
Tory elaborate function. Please dout
keep the trains waiting at your sta
The Claudine will leave Kahului to
night at midnight, in order to accom
modate the Honolulans who attend
the Harvest Home dauce at Puu
The winds were so violent on Olo
walu Flats last week that a Mack
containing a lady was overtimed
and a serious accident narrowly
If there's one thing better than
another its a good smoke. If there's
one smoke better than another it is
the Recruit 5 cent cigan. H. Hack
feld and Co. agents.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
PINKNEY BROWN, PROP
The regular monthly meeting of
the Maui Athletic Association will
be held at '.he Wailuku Courthouse
on next Monday evening, Aug. 3, and
all member are earnestly requested
to be on hand.
For Premo Cameras and all lines
of snap shot furnishings, write to the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Manager
Church makes a point of carefully
looking after the interests of his out
of town customers.
Olson fc Rose have opened a new
blacksmith shop in the old Joe Cock
ett shop, adjoining Lovejoy fc Co.
Both are experienced and first class
blacksmith, and they are building up
a paying business.
There will be a meeting of the
Wailuku District Precinct Repub
lican Committee, at the Wailuku
courthouse next Friday evening,
August 7, to fill the vacancies caused
by the resignation of Hon. A. N.
Kepoikai and the deaths of Judge S.
E. Kaleikau and Henry Tallaat.
. W. J. Coelho leaves for St. Louis
next week to represent the Native
K. of P. lodges in the Supreme
Lodge. Mr. Coelho will be gone about
six weeks, and will probably arrange
for the establishment of the uniform
rank in Wailuku. There are now
three native lodges on the Island and
two new lodges, one at Honolulu and
oae kt HUo, are. being formed I
A NEW ENTERPRISE
linunced by Mmil IV.cn.
Undnr the prent Territorially
nor laws, the wholesale liquor pikI
wine trade of Maui luii rown to
large proportions, and two Honolulu
nouses, Macfarln ne & Co. and Love
joy & Co. have heretofore handled
practically the whole trade, from two
whokmlc houses established at Wai
luku. For some months past however a
movement hus been quietly pushed
ty Maui capital to organize a local
company to handle the trade, and
recently an organization lias been ef
fected, backed by more than the
needed capital, and the result of ne
gotiations with Alacfarlane & Co.
and Lovejoy it Co. has been that
these firms have agreed to withdraw
from Mmii and turn over their stock
on hun 1 at co.st price to -the new
The new organization, to be knonn
as the Maui Wine. & Liquor Co. will
at, once incorporate and take over
the business of Alacfarlane it Co. and
nVejoy ifc. Co. No definite p'ac has
yet been deuidud up to est.ilibh the
business house of vhe new compativ,
but it. will be in Wailuku, and it is
not likely that the present two
wholesale liquor placci will be kept
open for any greater length of time,
Mr. D. L. Meyer will be the bus
ine&s mauatfer of the new company,
with Mr. W.L. .Scott prolmuly as as
sistunt, and as both gentlemen urc
thoroughly conversant with t he trad,
on Muui, there is no doubt but that
All new company will become, otto oi
the permanent and uaviny institu
tions of Maui.
6 to 5
There is no use talking, the ex
ponents or baseball as represented t.y
the Wailukus and Ilimas last Sunduv,
gave the finest and most scientific
exhibition which has marked this
season's league games, and the gen
eral consensus of opinion is that the
work was cleaner, faster and more
scientific than that which marked
the recent game between the Kams
and the all-Mauis. .
It was known that Cornwell, Holt,
Wi ight and Thompson would not play
with the Wailukus, and odds were
consequently two to one in favor of
the Ilimas. But the Wailukus picked
up two Cnina boys, Ah Quai, a Hon
olulu high school boy, the son of Rev.
Ah Lin of Wailuku, and Young In,
another Honolulu school boy, the sou
of Yeong Young of Wailuku. Ah
Quai as short stop and Young In as
right fielder did their work well
Crook did good work on first base,
and Clem Crowell played the game of
his life as catcher. It was pitcher
Cummiugs who won the game for the
Wailukus, however.a.she had his pitch
ing arm on him, and fanned out his
opponents with impartial regularity,
ten fan outs being his record.
The Ilimas played their usual line
up, and all played ball, although
pitcher Krueger was hardly up to
his standard during the first part of
the game, although he rounded to in
great shape before the end of the
game. The field play of the Ilimas
was more brilliant than that of the
Wailukas, one double play and some
bandy catches being to their credit,
notably the catch by short stop Lloyd
of a hot straight liuer batted by
Cummings. Kaaiai of the Wailuku
left field also made a grandstand
catch while running and stumbling
backward. - - .'-
The Wailukus were first at bat
and scored two runs in the first in
ning, after which a solid row of goose
eggs were scored up for both hides
until the end of the fifth inning, when
the Ilimas tied the score with two
runs, and in the sixth inning they
goose egged their opponents and
scored another run. The seventh
inning proved the Waterloo of the
Ilimas, the Wailukus scoring four
runs, which closed their score for
the game, being goose egged to the
finish. In. the eighth inning, the
Ilimas chalked oae run, and ditto in
in the ninth, making the score 6 to 5.
The excitement was intense' in the
last half of the ninth. Medeiros had
made a run, two men were out, and
Ned Krueger came to bat. If one
more run could., be made, the score
would be tied,, and Krueger has a
record as a barter, but luck, was
agaiost him. He flew out to Crook,
thus ending the best aud closest
game of the season, with the follow-
Wailukus... O.0Q40Q 6
Ilimafl 10 1151
'fh change in the racing prugraii
or tho races to be held at Spreekeis
Park,' August 12, has produced go. .i
results and it is now quite cei ta'e
t'lat, Racine Murphy anil Cyelom ,
i wo of the tastes', horses in H;noluh
Tiil bn sunt over to contest for tin
ig purses, and it is believed thu
Sambo, another fast trotter, llop
ing to John Oudekirk will lie sent
vcr. One or two fast ones fmn,
Hawaii arc also exported, and a hi,
race day now is assured,
Chi Wednesday morning the News
receiver a letter from Capt. Henrj
Merger, stating that, he has recover
ed from his recent accident, and thu
Merger's band will be with us on th
12th, and will remain several days,
if the people of Maui wish for them
and will make arrangements to en
tertain them and prepare a series ol
programs. The Claudine will arrive
iti Kahului on Tuesday evening, Aug.
11, a day earlier thmi usual, and will
h ave again for, Honolulu on Thorj
day afternoon, Aug. ..
The Elks baseball team have signi
fied their willingness to come ovei
ar-1 play an all Maui team on the
I2ih.and nn official! el tor will b? sent
lor hem todav, inviting !hrm to pome
Y. M. I. Reception.
On Monday evening. Gulstan Coun
cil, Y. M. I. of Wailuku, tendered a
reception to Supreme President
Ki.-rce, at the K. of IV Hail.
A program of music by loea,1 ta!'-nt
was delightfully rendered, after
which trie Supreme President was in
troduced to the audience, and de
livered u brief but, very interesting
and eloquent address touching the
oriirin aud aims . of the society ot
which he is the head. Established
only twenty years ago in San Fran
cisco, it now contains a membership
of 2.r, 000, extending from the eastern
siaies to Yukon on the north and the
J-'hilippmes on the west. None but
Catholic men are eligible to member
ship, and its purpose is to develop
the social, intellectual and moral
growth of its members, but underly
ing the organization is a broad and
catholic purpose to extend charitable
aid aud intellectual upbuilding to
men of all creeds.
After the address, the floor was
cleared for dancing, and till midnight
an enjoyabletime followed, closed' by
serving coffee und light refreshments.
The attendance was large and the
event a very enjoyable one.
At the Roman Catholic Church lust
Sunday, Father Uleneeslas referred
appropriately to the death of. Pope
Leo, und asked all present to join
with him in prayer for the repose of
the soul of the lamented Pontiff.
Father Uleneeslas received a tel
egram announcing the consecration
of the Bishop of Zeugma, who will
have charge of Roman Catholic Mis
sions in the . Hawaiian Islands. Tbe
ceremony took place in San Francisco
Presiding Elder George L. Pear
son arrived in Lahaina on July 25,
and was busily engaged on Sunday
and Monday. He held an early ser
vice on Sunday at the Methodist Jap
anese Mission, attended tho, 11 o'clock
service at the Church of the Holy In
nocents, inspected the Olowalu Mis
sion in the afternoon, and held a very
interesting service at Lahaina in tbe
evening. On Monday he visited the
Japanese day school, and drove over
to the Kaanapali Mission. Alter.all-
ing on several friends in the aftw
noon, he embarked for Honolulu in
There are more than 40 pupils in
the Japanese day school; Rev. E.
Tokimasa and the other teacher are
doing excellent work.
Charles Cockett and two of his
tons have made the iron doors for
the Hayselden family tomb.
A portion of the bread fruit has
been harvested this week, ..and the
fruit is in excellent condition..
Tbe Aloha Club announced a con
cert for the benefit of the Wainee
Church on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Molony has returned from a
brief season of rest, at the Wailuku
Hospital. At present she is enter
taining Mrs. O'Shaughnessy and her
son Frank. - ...
Mr. Raven has found employment
at Nahiku, Maul.
Lahaina Hoipital has another
patient. On Tuesday a Japanese
laborer was brought in with an in
jured foot. ' The accident occurred
At the South Sea Island village the
young people attend a, singing school
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TEHT1TORY OF
in Hip matter or the EstatB Taluln L. Haysel
den, DeeeHNC'J lutoxtutu.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE TALULA L. HAYSELDEN
Mjtlco ts hereby given that (ho uudersl(,'nr)
;ih bo en appointed AUmlulatratorof the E.iate
of Taula L. Hnyaeluen, Into of Lah.Ina, Maul,
il. T., dcueuHuU. All creel Horn ol the deceased
are lirnby notified to present their olillray, duly
.iiitlieiilieaicU and with the proper vouchers, it
ny exlM.cven though ttuidoluitnsmay be Recur
el I'.v mortgitue upon real estate, to tho under
sliie l ill hi.-, residence, nt Luhatu;t,Muu!,Terri
tr.iy of llunuil, wl.Mu six months from thedute
ot tho flrnt publiontlon of this notice, or within
six months in.ui Lie date anid claims full due, or
they will beforever barred.
aim all puiMius indebted to said estate are
hereuy ueillieU to muke immediate payment of
Mine to the uudernlyned.
FRED. H. HAYSELDEN,
A.lministiatorof tno Estate of Tululu L. Uay
Duted Luhiuuu, JuH SJ, 1W3.
u'. 1-K-ld , UPJJ.
IX I'll E C 1KCU1T COURT uF THE SECOND
ClIM.'Lil', TERKITOTY OF HAWAII.
AlM'HA.MUElj. l.M i-KOUATE.
la u.e im.ti.-r ul luu Eaiutu of Youug Qoong,
lii.ii- 4.1 vViiLIuku, Aiuui, uuecused tuleruule.
Order ul Nuiii-v ol Jnuiliuu fur AduiiuUtrution.
Ou ll-uuiu uud Filing tnuA'utitlou ul Young
K.tu, Kuuului, Muui, ullegiug that Young
VJuoug ol uildhu, Muui, tiioU iutcslalu at
Walluiiu, &mui, ou the lolu uuy Julj, A. D.
l.JJ, Ituviuii properly lu tun liuwaiiau Inlands
ii-cosury to tie uumiuisieruu uou, aud prayiug
lUui Letters of Auuiiuidli-allGii iiwiuu louimself,
a iiuruereu tbiti Tuu.iuuy, tuu lth day Aug
ust, a. D. ttfu:i, ui too'cluuK A. M., uuaud hereuy
l.-i ii;.'.nuicu lur lieuiiutf suiu Puiitiuu iu the
Court Itoomot tills Court ut YYuiluitu, .Muui, ui
ttiieu tiiiiu hum pWcu uli pei-KuUit cuueerued
uiiiy appear uuu suu'V uuutiu, u uuy luey have,
u uy 4H mi I'et i am Hiiouiu uul ue (,-rnulcd.
Ddltdkl VN mlunu, .nam, Julj miu, .Vox
J. W. tt.AI.UA,
Jiiurre of tne Circuit Court of tuu Second Clrculi
. 1 1 esu L. It. L iiOOii,
Cleiitol lue Circuit Court ol uic S couu Circuit
Jm.i , Aug. 1, i. .
I.N THE CIRCUIT OUUUT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TElUUToUr tF HAWAII.
AT CUAWHERS. IN FliOllATE.
In tue mailer 01 thu Estate of Awituu late of
Wiiilultu, Muui, deceased iutestutu.
Ortier of Notice of Petit ion for Auimuistratiou,
On UcadiuK uud Filii.g thu 'Putiiiou ot Au
Fut of AuliuKU, .Muui, allcgtug thut Awunu,
tiietl iutcKlatu at Wuiluuu, Muui, ou the 10th
flay ol June, A. It. liuJ, leovlu-j properly In the
Jiawaiiun lslanus necessary, to be aumtuistered
upon, aud prayiug tuul Letiurs of Aumiuistra-
tiou issue to uiuusulf.
11 Is ordered that Tuesday, the ItStu day ot
August, A. D. VJM, ut IU u'cluck A. M., ha aud
hereby lsappoiuied for heuriug suid Pelltiou
iu the Court Kuotu of lhis Court ut W uiluku,
Maui, ut whkh time und plaeu ml pursous con-
ceraeu muy appear uud show it uuy tuey have,
why suiu Petition should hot be gi uuled.
Da led at Wttiluku, Maul, July ilu, luuvi.
( J. W. KALUA,
Judge of thu Circuit Court of tuu Seuouu Circuit
Attest: L. it CliOOK,
Clerit of the Circuit Court of the cSecuuu Circuit.
v July io, AugvL 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
' CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
AT CHAMBERS IN PKOliATE.
lu ilhu mutter ol .the Estate of AU Chew,: de
Pursueut to proper proceedings ii probate
heretofore hud lu that buuulf, lu ro tuu Estate
ol Ah Chew, thu uuderslgued, S. Aumi, of Kahu
lui, Muul,ou thu ltsih duyotJuue, luul,wusduly
appointed administrator, tiled his buuu and
duly ijuuliiled us such, uud ou the sumc day had
issued to him Letters ot Admiuistrullou in re
All C4 editors ol said Ah Chew, decoded, and
of the Estute ot Ah Chew, are hereby duly noti
fied to'present their ululms, duly uuiuuutlcated
aud wim the proper vouchers if uuy exist,keven
if tue elaim is secured by mortguge upon real
estate, to tne uudersigued, either at bis res
idence or pluce ot uumIuuhs, in Kahului, Maui
Territory of Hawaii, withiuslxaouthsfrom tho
date of this notice, (suiduatu belug the date of
the Urst publication ot said uoiic.-j oiuerwise
such eluim, it any, will be forever barred.
Dalod at Kahului, Maui, July 4, lwuo.l
Administrator of the Estate of Alt Cuew, tie
D. H. CASE,
Attorney for AdmllU tratlor.
HAN A PLANTATION COMPANY-.Lo-cation
of principal plaue ot business, San
Francisco, California. Location of works, Hana,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given thut at a mtoetlng of
tbe Board of Directors, held on the iAl day or
June, 1UU3, an ussossment (No 3) ot two dollurs
(I2.UU) per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable immediately
In United States gold coin, to the Treasurer, at
the oMce of company. No. 215 Front Street, San
..Any stock upon which this oasessmeut shall
remaia.unpald.onthe 11th day of August, 1U0
will. bn dellusjjMit and advertised for sale at
pnbllo auction; and unless the payment Is made
before, will Mr-aoU! on SATURDAY, the bin
day of September, 1903, to pa; tbe delinquent
assessment, together with cost ot advtrliiing of
advertising and expenses ot sale. By order of
the Board of Directors.
D. C. BATES, Seoretor7.
O.Uca No. 21 Front street, San Francisco
To Plantation Managers and Steam User.
- The undersigned, a first-class Boil
er 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, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler work. He also
builds the best spark catching loco
motive smoke stacks on thei Islands.
Ileference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co., aid Paia
Plantation Co. Prompt attention to
repairs, which will be completed on
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
All work finished in first-class me
chanical style. Address
M. J. KEELFN,
.V 'ff" I hi phi i. I i.i;)...
k ; I 1
WALL TBNTS, WEDGE TEN TS,
Q CANOPIES, AWNINGS,
j CANVAS GOODS.
1 MK LARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD.
oufYvr. I lUI VSU Corner Union and Hotel Streets :M
p OHDLR 11 V VJKJU p c Bpx -81 HonoulUi n x
You know thsir use we know how to
Any kind o? material used to suit and
thsy'.-e guaranteed to satisfy thi most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd,
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE .
Dry doodstAand GeneraL Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADB
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, a,
Prices and Terms Most
We Fear No
SOLE AGENTS FOR .
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES;
Orders Will Receive tbe Best and MOSTi PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kora.4
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.
Comfort for Cattle and Horses
Kllfly and Sprayers,,
Hundreds of g illons sold every year, and sales increasing
SPECIALTIES: Carrara Mixed Paint
Magnite Cold Water Paint,
Dixon's Graphite, Pint,
Send for Circulars.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD,
HpNOLOLC, H. T.
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Iypry Wreaths, Lauhala Hats,, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and, Hawaiian Quilts. ,1
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.CarefuiJA ttention.
K. or P. HALL BUILDING WAILUIW; MAUIj
Mrs. J. K Kahookele, Business Manages
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 bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish ou application.
Safe of any known make furnished.
J. C AXTELL
P,. O. Box 6t, 1048-lOSOALAKEA Sr. Bit. ICJNGiAjjd HOTEL-Sias
Favorable. ; ( '