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Local stock enterprises on Maul
are proving both popular and prof
itable. . Drop into the Royal Barber Shop
just across the street, for a smooth,
Several cases of dengue in a xevere
form have recently developed in Wai
luku and vicinity.
The matter of the sale of Loan Bill
bonds is being pushed by the author
ities in Honolulu.
The Stars and Him as. play ball at
Wells Park tomorrow afternoon. Can
you pick tho winner?
Spreckela Park will see some of
the fastest and best racos next Wed
nesday that have been witnessed on
Maul for many yers.
Send in your, job work to the Niws
Job Office and you will find .price?
and work satisfactory.
Governor .Dole strongly rcom
. mends the building of a newAvharf
at McGregor's landing.
The races have ail filled for next
Wednesday, except the post entries,
' nd it is sure that they will fill.
Ring up T. Awana's Store at Ma
..itawao, if you want county produce,
either in wholesale or retail lots.
Considerable rain has fallen on,
central Maul this week, something
unusual for this season of the year.
It is about time for some of the
property owners in Wailuku to begin
to erect substantiat houses to rent.
The residence property of the late
George Hons on High street was sold
to Sheriff Baldwin last Saturday for
A large hotel up Olinda way for
tourists and summer boarders ought
eventually to prove a paying prop
osition. Owners of business houses to rent
Sn Wailuku are asking rather larger
rents then such places are really
A dance at Wailuku courthouse
next Wednesday evening with Ber
ger'a band as an orchestra would be
a good idea.
. ThbLahaina branch of the Blsmark
-Stables has been sold to Mr. H. C.
Halvorseo,' who will take personal
charge as manager. : r r
' The work of grading the ' road to
' the beach Is about concluded, and it
is rumored , that' a number of men
avill be laid off shortly. -
It is rumored that Cyclone Is, to be
-disposed of on Maui. It is just such
horses that are needed here, if we
want to build up racing.
A five inch clay drain is belngput
in at the intersection .of, Maui and
MarU-Pt. streets which will it future
prevent clogging at that pnt
' First Class, merchantable lumber
for salo on the beach, at $22.00 and
.un. M ' tier snot cash. Apply to
nvDTIC T fi'RTi'.Tf.'rv
The News is indebted to Matt
McCann of Lahaina for half a dozen
magnificent papayas grown on trees
planted by Matt iu tho door yard of
TVmt full to attend the xs at
-rraViului next Wednesday. The free
for-all trot would alone repay one,
and thero are other fast events op
The regular monthly meeting of
tha Maui Athletic Association was
held on Monday evening at which
considerable business of importance
iras dispatched. ,
The republican county primary
elections will be held on August 23,
and the convention for the nomination
, : of county officers is set for Septem
bsr 14, at Wailuku.
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.
Lahaina holds the championship
for mangoes, a box of which arrived
in Wailuku tho other day that for
color, size and sweet, juicy flavor
could scarcely be excelled anywhere.
On next Tuesday eveniog, the Clau
dine will come up on the Kinau's run
to Hilo touching at Maalaea , Bay;
The Maui will come up on Wednesday
morning, on the Claudine's regular
run to Hana, Lut will touch at Ka
huluicn Thursday afterqoou, en route
to Honolulu. The Saturday afternoon
mail from Wailuku-' ivili be seiiffy
Maalaea Bay to.'eatob tho Lehua1
bouud for Honolulu.
NOW THEY ARE OFF.
August 12, 1903, bids fair to be a
red letter race day on Maul. For the
past two years the Maul Racing As
sociation has worked hard to re-es
tablish successful racing on Maui,
and has at length succeeded. Several
good horses are now owned on Maui,
and before another racing sesson
arrives, thero will be horses owned
on Maui which can meet on eaual
terms the best horses on the Islands.
On Wednesday's Claudine, Racine
Murphy and Cyclone, two of Hono
lulu s fastest horses arrived and also
Faro Bank, a noted goer. Lemps,
D.-nny Healy, McKiuiey, Maui Rose,
Jennie S. and Yokohama will repre
sent Maui, and some of . the fastest
going will be witnessed ou tho 12 lb
which has marked the history of the
track for some years. D. H. Davis
is hnndliog Cyclone and McAuliff.e, is
iu charge of Racine Murphy and Faro
Buuk. The free-for-all trot for a
purse of $450, in which Cyclone,
Lemps and Faro Bank should start
will bo a great race. It will be more
difficult to find competitors for
Racine Murphy, but an effort will be
made to make him run for his money.
The 2.30 trotting race should be a
closely contested one, between Donuy
Healy and McKinley. There are aiso
several good mooing races on the
cards so tint a rare day's sport will
Berger's band will arrive either on
the Claudine at Maalaea Bay on
Tuesday evening, or on Wednesday
morning's Maui, and will remain till
Thursday afternoon, unless the citi
zens provide for them to remain over
tillSalurd aud return on the Lehua
from Maalaea Bay.
Owing to the fact that the Wilder
Steamship Co. refused to 'reduce
rates for the Elk's team of bull
players, Cunha wrote that they are
compelled to decline the liberal of the
Maui Athletio Association to come
over and play ballon race day.
15 to 9
The above is the score chalked up
in favor the Morning Stars in a see
saw game with Lahaina last Sunday,
during which was witness a little of
the best and a good deal of the worst
play of the season to date.
In the first inning the Stars, scor
ed one run, and the Lahainas duplica
ted. In the second inning the Stars
scored G runs and the Lahainas went
them one better, scoring 7, and tak
ing the lead to the end of the third
inning. 4 to 0 in the fourth and 3 toO
in tne sixtn muing gave the btars a
long lead which they easily maintain
ed to the end of the game, the La
hainas as usual doing their best work
during the first half of the game.
The Lahainas have greatly improved
in their play during the last few
games, and they are liable to surprise
themselves and win a game, before
the season is over, if they stick to it.
iue following is tne score by runs:
123 4 56780
Stars 1 6 0 4 3 0 1 0 015
Lahainas 1 7000010 0--0
Tomorrow's gumo will be between
the Stars and Ilimas and that It 'will
be a hot and closely contested . game
is quite sure, as the winning of the
championship cup largely hinges on
the result of the game. Both teams
will doubtless pluy for blood. .
Sold His Bby.
An amusing and characteristc In
cident of oriental type occurred on
Maui, last week. A Japanese woman
in Kula deserted her husband and in
fant chi'd, and the husband, not feel
ing able to cope with his increased
parental duties, sold the bane for
$30 to a neighboring Chinaman and
his wife who had taken a fancy to
the little tot. The deserted wife,
learning that the babe had been dis
posed of summoned the assistance of
a number of her countrymen who
went to Makena and found the hug
band just as he was on the point of
embarking for Hawaii. He was com
pelled to return to Kula and tell
what he had dona with the baby. The
party then accompanied him to the
home of the Chinese where be was
compelled to refund the purchase
price of the child who was restored
to its rightful mother, to the tearful
regret ot its new parents.
The s'.ock ot the Maui Wiue &
Liquor Co. lias about all been sub
scrided, and steps are being taken
to incorporate and launch " the " com
pany,"with bright 1 prospects of fui
Puunene' Harvest Home Dance.
There has perhaps never been a
more brilliant, elaborate and success
ful reception given on Maui than that
which was held at Puunene on last
Saturday eveniug to celebrate tin
close of the grinding season. Tlx
management of each department i
the affair was in competent hand,
and no thought, care or expense wor t
spared to make the occasion a thru -oughly
delightful and successful one.
A full orchestra from BergerV
band arrived on Friday nightV
Mauna Loa. Trains were run from
all poiuts to Puunene and brought
crowds of people, besides those who
came in private carriages, the full
attendance being in the neighbor
hood of five hundred guests Tho mud
press room had been fitted up as n
ball room and was beautifully decor
ated with flags, evergreens and
flowers. The orchestra was seateu
on an upper balcony and the immense
room was filled with dancing couples,
pnnciply in full dress, eliciting the
comment from several that the func
tion was a peer of those given by
the late King Kalukuuu, duting tin
palmy days of the monarchy. A strik
ing feature of the decorations wus a
handsomely wrought design in green
ery and beautiful flower containing
the figures "1903" and "37,000,'
which tuld their own tstorv.
At eight o'clock sharp the grain)
march began, led Hon. H. P. Balu
win and Mrs. J. N. S. 'Williams. Ai
Uie conclusion of the grand march
the procession broke into clusters fui
the Lancers, and a delightful pro
gram of dances followed till midnight.
At li, supper was announced, auu
when the guests proceeded to th
upper noor where the supper wus
aid, a fairy like scene wus revealed
A choice menu of viand were spreau
on a table which extended the tntiit
length of the room along one sid,
while; opposite were seats for the
guests who were served by scores of
busy waiters under the management
of Caterer Mavlield who was highly
complimented for the excellent sup
per and service. The supper room
also was beautifully and lavishly dec
orated with evergreens and flowers
through which shone many colored
electric lights with soft and beautiful
After midnight the trains convey
ed the local people to their different
stations, and the Honolulu guests ; to
Kahului, where the Claudine lay,
awaiting their arrival.
The number of patients received
at the Lahaina Hospital continues
to increase. A Japanese at Honolua
was temporarily disabled by the roll
ing of a heavy 8 tone upon his foot.
Another man has been under treat
ment for an abrasion on bis hand.
At the aunoay bchool meeting in
Wainee church on July 31, addresses
were made by Judge Kahaulelio,
Judge Kahokuoluna and several
others. A large Hawaiian flag was
displayed on this occasion, the day
being an old Hawaiian' anniversary,
Mrs. S. D. Heapy vat ontertained
last week at the homes of Mr. F. II,
Hayselden and Mrs. W. Y. Horner,
Mrs. Heapy has been appointed
superintendent of a public institution
A fine dramatic performance will
soon be given, for the benefit o( the
Roman Catholic School.
The Hawaiian Band came ashore
on Friday evening last week, and
gavo a short concert in the Court
Preparations are being made for
the removal of the Wireless Tele
graph Station to the point of land at
Puunoa, near the wreck of the
steamer Kilohana. It is laid that the
new pole will be 200 feet in height, so
that messages can be easily received
from Honolulu direct. As the old
polo 1m ouly 80 feet high, the super
iority of the new arrangement will be
sot'ii at a glance.
The New wireless Telegraph pole
consists of three sections; and accord
ing to the latest accounts, the en
tire height will be 216 feet. It is ex
pected that the pole will bt complet
ed this week. The raising of the long
est section of the pole was a difficult
mutter. It i 110 feet long. It was
lashed to the side of the gasoline
Sclioner Eclipse, und was thus
ported from Honolulu to Lahaina,
It has been suggested that a wharf
might be constructed at this point
with comparatively little expense;
as deep water is found only a short
distance off the t-'hoal.
The dedication of the Chinese Joss
House did not take place . according
to announcement on Monday,' as the
preparations we're uot entirely com
pleted on that day.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8ECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERTITORY Ot
Iu the matter of the Estate Talula L. Haysel-
den, Doei'BHcil. Intostutu.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR3.
ESTATE TALULA L. HAYSELDKN
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
nan been aiilniuil Administrator ol the Estate
jf Talula L. llufsekluu. lute ol Luhalna, Maul,
t. T., deceased. All eredltorn ot the deceased
are hereby Aotitled to present tneir claims, duly
authenticated aud with the proper vouchers, It
any ex 1st, even (bough said claims may be secur
ed Dy mortgage upon reul ornate, to lue under
s.gnou at his residence, at Lauatnu,Muui,Terri-
toty ot Hawaii, wltuin hIx mouths from the date
of the first publication ot tuu notice, or within
.six months from the date said claims tall duo, or
iney will beforever barred.
And all persons inueoted to said estate are
ueruuy notified to mane immediate payment ot
same to the undersigned.
-- FRED. H. HAYSELDEN,
Aitminlstratorot tue mutate ol Talula L. Hay-
Dated Luhuina, July , ittuS.
Aug. t-e-io-i, luuf.
IN THEdKGUiT COUHT VHE BliCOND
CIRCLiIt, TliKKllultf OF iiA.AU.
ATCiiAiViHEKrf. u fltUUAi't;.'
iu iuu matter of vuu Kstufes ot fcuuutf tuout',
lute ol WuiluKU, Maui, uvutiusuu iuietutu.
Order ot Nut ice ot Petition for Auiuiuistrution.
uu Ruuulug ami Flung tuei'utitiou ut Young
Kdd, imuulul, Maul, alleging luut Yuung
UOlig Ol WULlUhU, Muui, t.iuu lubb-stute at
tVanuuu, Waul, uu ti.u lolu uuy juij, A.D.
iiud, tua. tng properly tu luu xiattwiiuu lsluuds
uccus&ury to be uuiumtnicruu upou, alu praying
lUai Juoltursot rtuuilulsiiaiiou ishuu louimselt
ii Id oruerua luut 'i'uutjutj, tue ichu uuy Aug'
iwi, . u. ui lUO'cioiH A. M., uuuua uuruny
is upuiuteu lor uvurig Hula i'ei.litou lu tue
Cou.'t itoutn ot tuts Court, tui VV utmu, .uuui, at
Wuivu 'tiuitt ttuM pi.;e uu poi'ud uuuuerutiu
uia Mpptsur uuu auo Cmuuv, 11 uuy tuc have,
wuj auiu Peiuiou auouiu uuk iju biuutiU.
tJuhOU Ut VV ailUnU, uimmI, tfUIJ .Olu, .UOi.
J. Vt , lk.AL.UA,
Juuge ot tue Circuit Courk ot tuu oucuuu uircuU
JlbbetJt: . 1 At. I'.tl'Ull,
Cleraoi tue Circuit Com t oi ,uu aauuu circuit.
Jut lb, Aug. b.
IN Tuo UiKCUl'i' OUCttr uF Tint, bfeCOftD
CutuuixV TlttmTwtvi Or HAWAII.
AT CUAMllEKb. 1H ltuJUal'b.
Iu lue matter oi tne Htiuiu ol Awuulate of
WullUKU, Muui, duceaaeu lulualuttf.
Oiuerol Notice of Petition lor Aumiuistrulion,
Uu Kuuulng and Filing the Petition of An
Fat ot Wulluku, Maul, alleging tuut Awunu,
uled lntescuto ut Wailuuu, lUaul, on tne 10th
day of June, A. D. IUa3, leovlug property in the
Huwuilattislauus necessary to oe uumiulstered
upon, aud praying mat Letters of Auministru
tion issue to himself.
it is ordered tnut Tuesday, tue lata day of
August, A. D. latu, ut 10 o'clock A. til., be uud
hereoy Is appointed tor hearing said Petition
in the Court Uooinot lnis Court ut tallu1tu,
Maul, at wnl. u time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show if any they have,
wny salu Petition should not be granted. ...
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, July 34tu, 1UU3.
J. W. KALUA,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit
Attest: L. R. CKOOK,
Clerk ol the Ciroutt Court ot the Second Clrouit.
July XS, Aug. 1. 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PrtOBATE.
In the matter ot the Estate of Ah Chew, de
Pursuent to proper proceedings in probate
heretofore had to that behalf, in re the Estate
of Ah Chew, the undersigned, S. Ahmi, of Kahu
lui, Maui, on the luth day of June, ma3, was duly
appointed administrator, hied his bond and
duly qualified as suuh, and on the same day bad
issued to him Letters of Administration in re
All creditors of aaid Ah Chew, deceased, and
bf the Estate of Ah Chew, aro hereby duly noti
fied to present their claims, duly authenticated
and with the proper vouchers if uny exist, .even
if the claim is secured by mortgugo upon real
estato, to tho undersigned, either at his res
idence or place ot busiuess, in Kahului, Maui,
Territory of Hawuii, withiu six aouths from the
date of this notice, (said date being the dato of
the Urst publication ot suid notice) otherwise
such claim, it any, will be forever burred.
Dated at Kahului, Maui, July 4, 1903,1
Administrator of the Estate of, Ah Chew, de
D. H. CASE,
Attorney for Admitistratlcr.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY .Lo
cation of principal place of business, San
Fraucluco, California. Location of works, Hana,
Maui, Territory ot Hawaii.
Notice is hereby glveu that at a mteeting of
the Doard of Directors, held on the iiil day of
June, 1VJ.3, an ussessmont (No 3) ot two dollars
(t&uu) per share was levied upon the capital
stock ot tho corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin, to the Treasurer, at
the ofnc of company. No. 15 Front Street, San
Frdneisco, California. '
Any atook upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the lltn day of August, 1WJ
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
publiouuctlon;-und uulesu the payment is made
before, will bu sold on SATURDAY, the 5th
dajiot September, 1WJ3, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of advertising of
advertising and expenses ot sale. Uy order ot
the Board of Directors.
' D. C. BATES, Seorotary.
O H co No. Hi Front street, Sun Francisco
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
Makawcli, Ewa, Kahuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wishes
work, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boilur worn. Ho aim
trans-Vbullds the best spark catching loco
uVtivsnuke stacks on the Islands
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului li. R. Co., and Paia
Plantation Co. Prompt attention to
repairs, which will be comploted on
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
AllW-k finished in first-class me
chanical style. ' Address
M. J. KEEIsW " '
WALL TbNTS, WEDGE TENTS, 'jg
, a (,irsirrr & it riLTt rr r
CANVAS GOODS. g
J&lARIV TO .
f AIIOW PEARSON. & POTTER CO. LTD. 8
as oR.ni' r
1 1 1
V U KJ U
Vcit know their use we knovy how to
iiijike them. . H
Any kind of material used to suit and
thty'ro guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd;
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods and General Merchandise :
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADS.
, Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable- 1
We Fear No Carnpetition
SOLE AGENTS FOR ,
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES, v
' Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTi-PROMPT ATTENTION
MAUI COFFEE ,
Recornmended by tho Manager of Maul Hotel as being equal to Kontt
Coffee in Taste and Aroma. ' . '
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or loss Quantities.
i . . .. .
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities. "!.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chanoe in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply
Comfort for Cattle and Horses
Hundreds of gallons sold every year, and sales Increasing. v
SPECIALTIES: Carrara Mixed Paint" '
Magnite Cold WaterTalnt
r ' Dixon's Graphite Paint
Send for Circulars. . '
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
' Honolulu, H. T.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats Mats ana
xiaskets'of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts. I ' .
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work, .
Such' as Napkin Rings, etc. ' 1 .
We Also Receive' Articles on Consignments '' ' "
Order Will Receive Prompt and
K.lo P. HAT.T. nTTTT.T)TVfJ
Mrs. J. K. Kaaookele,
New Shipment Cpming
, i ' ill ' i it' ill- ,i
''.Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental "
(Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Basr
Memorials In any matei iiil known lo thcitr'a .i eluding bronze.
Photographs of all designs chorfully furnish on application.
Safe of any knowu make furnished.
V' . " - tie C. -AXTBLL v - r-
P. O. Box (il, 1048 -1050 ALAKEA St. Brr. KING avd HOTEL Stc.
. rt . ji tt.i.1 01
Corner Union and Hotel btrcets a
O. Box 784.Houolulu, H. T.
Caref uljA ttention. V
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