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Berger' Band added much to the
enjoyment of race day.
There will be a mail for Honolulu'
tonight via Maalucu Gay.
If you want a first c'ass smoke,
buy your cigars at the Maui Hotel.
Figs and water melons are the
leading fruits iu the Wailuku market.
A big race program at Sprockets
Park July 4, 1904. D;mt fail to be on
The Wailukus and Lahainas play
ball at Wells Park tomorrow after
noon. Olson & Rose are building up a
substantial blacksmith business. Give
them a trial.
S"t..!l. ..tMU.M nf iHAitAllmif man
from Honolulu are doing business on
Maui this w:ek.
Order your job work at the News
Job. Office. Prompt and satisfactory
Race day at Kahului was greeted
with "Wailuku weather," which is
all right all the time, most.
Work on the beach road is about
completed mo resuiii uniug u
driveway from Wailuku to Kahului.
The republicans have formally set
the nolictical Dot on the fire this
week, and it has already begun to
A horseback trip to upper Ukuma
barns canyon is being planned by a
party of Wailukans in the near
Race men on Maui now thoroughy
understand that two or three fliers
are needed to make our future races
Two natives at Makena were ser
iously injured during the early part
of the week by a powder explosion,
while out fishing.
The Wailuku band boys are prac
ticing steadily and making rapid
nrosrress. A public entertainment
is hoped for, soon.
A dancing party was given on the
'lanai at the Windsor last evening, iu
honor of Miss Robertson. Berger'a
' -Brad furnished the music
It is tremendously hard to know
just' how to bet intelligently on e
close ball game, as was fully illustrat
d on Wednesday afternoon.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per epot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN 1
It is claimed that there is consider
able dissatisfaction over wharf
charges at Makena lauding, and steps
rA hpimr taken to erect a new
Antonio Faustino anuouuees him
self in this issue of the News as a
guide to parties desiring to visit Iao
rftllv. No better iruide could be
There .will be a match game of
baseball at the Kuau grounds tomor
vow afternoon between the Maile
Lehuas of Kahului and the Hama
The plantation managers on cen
tral Maui acted geuerously in the
matter of allowing a holiday on Aug
ust 12. Next year, we will not ask
it of thera.
An agricultural fair at Wailuku
would be a popular and desirable
event, if such a scheme could bo
arranged. .The News would back the
Beger's Band will give a concert
this afternoon from two to four, in
front of the Maui Hotel. They leave
for Lahaina tonight, and Honolulu
Someone is. requested to be on
hand with a six shooter at future ball
games, to "shoot up" the niegophone,
with incidental pot-shots at the
irrepressible megophono man. -
There is considerable complaint of
, mongoose around EastMaui henueriee
since the abandonment ot . Hainoa
Plantation. A few lively fox terriers
might prove an effective antidote.
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 News desires to correct the
silly rumor prevailing In town dur
ing the early part of the week re
garding the shutting down of Kihei
Plantation. Kihci is now ou a solid
Yesterday as the bell struck 12:30
in Honolulu, Tanbara, the murderer
dropped to his death without a
struggle, He ascended the gallows
at 12:15, and the cap and rope were
adjusted. At request of a Jupanene
minister the cap was removed while
he i ad Luke XXIII, 23-43. Tan-
bara confessed crime aud thanked
his jailors. The cap was then read
justed, the prisonerasMsiing. Pray
er followed, and several men touched
the electric button. The trap fell and
the body fell without a struggle or
tremor. 200 witnesses were present.
11 to 9
Those who went to Wells Park lust
Sunday afternoon to witness a close,
haidgame, between the Stars and
Ilitnas were not disappointed. Both
teams showed up their full strength,
aud it was lickity-bang from start to
The Stars were first at bat and
were goosed egged iu the first in
ning, the Ilitnas scoring two runs,
In the second inning the Stars took
another egg, and the Ilimas chhlked
a third run. Then the Stars came to
bat for the third inning aud simply
played ball. Six batters in succession
made safe hits to first endinir the in
ning with five runs, and the Ilimas
closed the inning with one run, leav
ing the score & to 4 in favor of the
In the fourth inning the Stars
scored two more and then the Ilimas
took the bat and played a few. Three
mcu made safe to first and camped
ou the three bags, then Lloyd seized
the wagon-spoke and wvnt into
action, blfling a three-bagger and
bringing three home. Smythe
pounded a two-bagger, bringing
Lloyd home, giving the Ilimas four
runs and leaving the score at 8 to 7
iu favor of the Ilimas.
In the fifth inning the Stars scored
one run and goose-egged the Ilimas,
and in the sixth they scored tnrec,
giving the Ilimas another egg, and
raising their score to 11 runs, where
it stood to the eud of the game. The
remaining three innings were fiercely
contested with resultant goose eggs
to the last inning. In which the
Ilimas scratched out one more run,
leaving the score as follows:
Stars 0 0 5 2 1 3 0 0 011
Iiimas 2 1140000 19
At a meeting of Wailuku Republi
can Precinct Club last Friday even
ing, David Crowell, A. B. Naone and
William Kukona were selected to fill
vacancies on the committee.
Under instructions from the Tcr
ri.torial Cential Committee, a meet
ing of every republican precinct club
in the Territory is to be called on
August. 28, for the purpose of mak
ing nomination for the members of
tho County Committee, and on Sat
urday August 29, from 2 o'clock to
8 o'clock P. M. a primary election'
will be held to elect members 'of the
County Committee. The duties of the
County Committee will be to elect an
executive committee, and to meet
on Monday, September 14, 1903, at
7.30o'clock p. m., to nomiuate county
officers. The following is the list of
delegates tor tho County of Maul
Third Representative District:
lst Precinct, Delegates 0
2d : " " !
TOTAL DELEGATES, MaUL.37
First Preciuct, known under the
County Act as the County of Kalawao,
has no delegates,
t Leper Settlement.
Mr. Henry Dickenson and bis niece
Miss Baldwin, went over to Wailuku
last Saturday morning.
Mrs. J. W. D. Hose and Miss Ivy
Richardson are in Honolulu.
Miss Rachel Hayteldeo took pas
age for. Honolulu last Saturday
evening, aud will probably remain iu
in the city for several weeks.
Canon. Ault has been attending to
some official matters at St .Andrew's
Charles Cockett and two of his
sons completed the heavy iron uoors
for the Havselden family tomb last
Akana, a Chinaman who has been
seriously ill, is much better.
There was au exhibition of moving
oiclures and other lantern views, at
Kindergarten Hull on August 7.
Sacred pictures were ulso exhibited
ut uiiicc Church last Sunday even
In the absence of Mr. Dickeusou,
Mrs. T. J. Hueldeu kindly presided
at the orgau in the Church of the
Holy Innoceuls last Sunday.'
The ttiird section of the 'Wireless
Company's mast, 60 feet in heigtit,
was raised about 9 o'clock last Sat
urday mo ruing, .its highest point
reactnug an altitude of about 2U6
feel. Before it could be securely
fastund something gave way, and
the uppermost pole came down with
a rusii. lue faitliful workmen were
nut discouraged, however, and dur
ing the latter part of the day the
fallen pole was returned to its place
and made fast beyond petadventure.
One man remained aloft, 160 feet
from tiiu ground, for two or thret
hours. The tall mast aud the lumber
for Operator Kinney's cottage, were
removed from the beach at Waialae,
near Diamond Head, when the new
Wireless office at Barber's Point was
The recent musical at the home of
Mrs. F. S. Molony was a very pleas
ant occasion. Mrs. George Ordway's
guitar solos, and also her duets with
with Count Zedtwitz. were delight
fully rendered. Mrs. Ordway has
returned to Honolulu.
The Japanese iu Lahaina bury
their dead at night. A long funeral
procession drove to the cemetery on
A large cumber of guests attended
a social gathering at the Wo Hung
Joss House last Sunday.
The entertainment iu aid of the
Roman Catholic School will probably
take place on August 22. Rehearsals
are going on every evening, and a
talented artist is painting the front
ot the stage in water colors for the
A Japanese died of tyhoid fever at
Lahaina Hospital on Tuesday. The
patient appeared to bo getting along
very well until near' the close when
the temperature rose suddenly to a
dangeious point. This was the first
death at the Institution.
August 12, one of the Hawaiian
holidays, was celebrated by a display
of flags at the South Sea Islands
village, and an appropriate service
was held by Pastor Lutero.
Mr. J. E. Higgins, who is connect
ed with the U. S. Experimeut sta
tion in Honolulu, is making pre'
partitions to send all sorts ' of
agricultural products in the islands
to the St, Louis Exposition. He
He came to Lahaina on Tuesday
evening, aud will soon visit Wailuku
and other towns on Maul. He is pre
pared to preserve perishable pro-
uucts in formalin. Mr. Higgins is a
graduate of Acadia and Cornell
Cyclone should never be allowed to
leave Maui, dead or alive. We will
need him here next year.
While the people of Maui dont kick
against the disbarment of Humphreys,
and Davis, still they believe that
three Galbrailhs ' on the Supreme
Bench would be desirable.
The Hawaii Herald has taken a
decided step forward in its make up,
having adopted a Loudon Times firt
page and a Maui News editorial page
Come on, Herald.
The method by which Judge Gear
butted Davis into the Campbell
Estate guardianship is remarkably
funny reading, in connection with
other coteaiporary history.
The Independent and Capt. Berger
are "sassiug" eachother. Our money
is up on the Kappelmeister.
I'eopie generally reel quite sur
prised, without knowing exactly why,
to learn that the Supreme Court
President Roosevelt bitterly de
nounces lynching but if President
Roosevelt's daughter were by ouy
dire mischance to become the victim
of a rape fiend, the President would
understand even if he failed to sym
p&thlze with the average lyncher.
Now that Russia" has gobbled up
Manchuria, just watch her pranks
'n the Balkans.
Dr. P. F. Frcar, D. D. S.. will te
at the Maui Hotel on Augut.t 24.
1903, to rriiniin for one wi k. 'ihose
needing hi ticrwees will pitas eal
us Min an possible after hi arrival.
Competent Guide k Iao Valley
Address and Reference Maul Hotel.
IN TliJi t,ntuil' UJUKT Ub otAJUND
JUU1UAL, .ClltCUir, TEliilTontf Ob
Hav Aii-ATCHiMOEKS -iN rHullATK.
Iu tiio uittiiur ot tue Estate Tululu L. Hbjtsoi
utu, Duccimhm. lutuatutti.
NlU'lUU TO CRKDlTOKd.
fcSl'ATl. 1' ALULA L. HAYSLLDtN
4Otiutt in aureby glvou thai tnu unuemtguetl
utU uoeu appuiutua AdniinUlr&tor ui iuu Estate
ot I'aiula La. sului-u, lute ol Luualuu, Mai
U. 'I'., uuuuusod. All cruultoia of tuo ueeeescil
art Jioieuy nuuuud to present their cliium, uuly
autlieuilcuicd aud wliu tuo prupur vpucners,
an; cxist.even lUougH natdcluiuM may be secur
ed by mortgage upou real estate, to the under
signed at ul residence, ut Luulnit,Maul,Terri
tuty of Hawaii, wituiu six months from the dute
of lUe Uiat puullcttionot iuls uotiee, or within
nix montus from tuo date said claims full due, or
tuey win belorever barred.
And all persous indebted to huIU estate are
uuruuy uotmod to mutte Immediate payment of
sums to tno undersigned.
I KED. H. HAYSEL.DEN,
AiminUtraiorof tue Estate of Talula i.. Hay
Dated Lauuina, Jul; t, 10U3.
Aug. 1-a-ia-ita, lUuS.
IN THE CIECUiT COURT OF THE SECOND
ClrtUOlT, TKKB1XOTY OF HAtVjuI.
AT CHAiklUEHSJ. IN FHOUATE.
iu tue matter of tue Estutu of Vouug Quong
late of Wuiluitu, Maul, ueccused lniusiutu.
Order of Notice of Petition for Administration,
Ou Reading and Filing tuoi'eiitlou of Young
Kuu, nunului, Maui, alleging tuut koung
icuoug of Wailuku, Muul, ulod iutustaie at
WailuKu, Muul, ou the 13th day Juij, A. D.
ivua, leaving propurt; in tuo Hawuiluu Islands
ueuessur; to be administered upou, aud praying
tuat Xjottea of Administration issue to himself.
It lsoruered that Tuesday, the 18th duy Aug
ast, A. U. 1V03, ut 10 o'clock A. M., bu aud hereby
lii appointed for hearing said Petition iu the
Uourt Room of tbla Court at Wailuku, Maui, at
which time ana place alii persous concerned
may uppear and snow cuuse, if any the; have
why aaidPetition should not be grauted.
Dated at Wailuku, Muul, July lOtn, i903.
-.' J. W. KALUA,
Judgo ot the Circuit Court ot the Second Circuit
Attest: L. R. CKUOK,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit.
July 25, Aug. I, 8. ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMH SRS IN PKOBATE.
In .the matter ot .the Estate of Robert L. Eng.
Pursueut to proper proceedings In probate
heretofore had iu that behalf, in ro the Estate
of.Kobt. L.. English, the undorsigued, A. N. Ke
polkai, of Honolulu, H. T., on the 13th day of
Aug., I0U3, was duly appointed administrator,
tiled his bond And duly qualiUed us such, and
on the same day bad Issued to him Letters of
Administration In ro said Estate.
All creditors ot suid Robt. L. English, de
ceased and of tho Estate ot Robt. L. English,
arc hereby duly untitled to present their claims,
duly authenticated and with the proper vouch
ers if any exist, even If the claim Is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to the undersigned,
either at his residence or place of business, in
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, within six
uontha from the date ot this notice, (sulddute
being the dute oi the first publication of said
notice) otherwise such claim, if an;, will be for
Dated at Wallultu, Muul, August 15, 100J.J
A. N. KEPOIUAI,
Administrator of the Estate of RjbertL. Eng
Aug. IS, m, ), Sept. S, 1UU?.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY-.Lo-cation
of prineipal place of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of worlu.Hana,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notlco is hereby given that at a mtcetlng of
the Hoard of Directors, held ou the O) day of
Juuc, 1IM3, an assessment (No SJ ot two dollars
(&2.UU) per share was levied upon the capital
stock ot the corporation, puyable immediately
in United States gold coin, to the Treasurer, at
the office ot company, No. Hi Front Street, San
VAuy stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the llth day ot August, MO
will So delinquent and advertised for sale at
i puullo, auction; uud unless the payment Is made
before, will be sold ou SATURDAY, the 5th
day of September, WU3, to pa; the delinquent
assessment, together with cost of advertising of
advertising and expenses of sale. Uy order 9!
the Board of Directors.
D. C BATES, Secretary.
Ottice No. 311 Front atreet, San Franclkco
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The undersigned, a first-class Boil
er Maker, who has built and laid all
the large water mains, such as the
Makaweli, Ewa, Kahuku, SpreckeU
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 the Inlands.
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co., and Pais
Plantation Co. Prompt attention tc
repairs, which will be completed on
shortest notice at reasonable terms.
All work finished iu first-clasa me
chanical style. Address
M. i(. KEELEN,
ss Aim in :;A;:
WALL TENTS, WEDGE TENTS,
f& CANOPIES, AWNINGS,
ft rANVAS rnnns.
i t r vj x-r
ft WRITE XO
You know their use-welknow how to
make them. 1
Any kind of material used to suit and
they're 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 boods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAt t
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE -.TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
' SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTiPROMPT ATTENTTIC N
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kor.a
Coffee in Taste and Aroma. ,
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Q lantiljes.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maul Coffee a Fair Chance in the LVcal Mar'.cet.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul.
Comfort for Cattle and Horses
Kilfly and Sprayers.
Hundreds of gallons sold every year, and sales Increasing,
SPECIALTIES: Carrara Mixed Paint
Magnite Cold Water Paint
Dixon's Graphite Paint
Send for Circulars.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
Honolulu, H. T.
THE 7VAUI BAZAAR
Hawaiia i Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Liuhala Hat, Mats ana
baskets of liawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts. '
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Nap!in Rinis, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments. -Order
Will Receive Prompt and CarefulJAttention.
K. op P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUJi
New SFiipmeM-it Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures la Italian Marble on Granite Bases, , , ,
Memorials in any material known to thetrade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on aoplication.
Safe of any known make furnished.
P. O. Box tJI2, 1043-1050 ALAKE.'st. Bet. KING and HOTEL Sre.
. TENTS 1
U PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D. ig
Corni r Union :nifl Hotel Streets
P.O.Box 784. Honolulu, II. T.
CROSS CUT TOBACCO