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n, Berger's Band spent a whofe. week
'on Maui, leaving Lahaina on Tuesday.
If you wish the bent cigar carried
town, you will find it at the Maui
Republican Headquarters hae
been established on Market street,
opposite the Aloha
. , "i
The air is full of rumors ,qf ( new
business buildings to be erected in
r Local news items aim head articles
are scare on Maui this week, but
business is lively in town.
Submit youi job work .tyj.tbe News
office for estimates. . Satisfactory
priceB nud worlc guaranteed.
The Lahainas failed to show up
last Sunday, Berber's Band at La
haina proviug too strong a counter
1. 1 ...
The shade trees pu, Main street
have been trimmed buck ftytn the
street, affording a fine view of Kahu
With this issue ,the Nxws begins
No. 1 of volume eight, and expects
to make some history for itself before
the end of the volume.
The road between Wailuku and
Maalaea Bay Is bejag carefully sur
veyed, with the view, of so repairing
it as to resist kona storms.
The deal between the Maui Wine
A Liquor Co. and the two local houses
is practially competed, and thoy will
retire from the field at once.
Primary electioqs throughout Maui
t will be held next Saturday to elect
delegates to the County Convention
which will meet Seoteinber 14.
The Morning Stars and Wailukus
cross ba's tomorrow afternoon at
Wells Park, and those who want to
see a live game suouiu oe on nana.
If you are planning a vjsit to Iao
.Valley, try and secure Antonio Faus
jtino as your guide. He is quite fam
iliar with every foot of the Valley.
"."""First CUss, merchantable lumber
'for sale on the beach, at (22.00 and
up, M.V per spot cash. Apply to
. 1 GYROS T. GKEEN
4 There are quite a number of Hono
lulu travelling meu on Maui this week,
i and, they generally report that bus
pes,;.is. beginning to look up inJ
; The plan of establishing a National
Batik ut Lahaina has been abaud
onedfor the present,, probably owing
to the fact that Wailuku has secured
the county seat.
,., The young gentlemen composing
jthe Wailuku brass band, are planning
(p oreanizo an orchestra to furnish
.dance, music for balls and receptions
A good move, boys.
s H.'C. , Ilalyorsen of the Bismark
.Stables, Lahaina, is proving sue
essful stabloman, and is building up
a goon DUhiqes, . uive ms itaoics t
- trial, when in Lahuiua.
Sisal culture s attracting much at
,tentioo on Maui and Molokai, and if
.It proves a successful crop., will
..eventually, produce . (arte revenues
on Maui. See tatter iu this issue.
I. Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradifiator; cools the scalp
, and beautifies the hair; to be had at
(he ROYAL Baxbpi Shop.
PINKNEY BROWN, PROP
Rapid progress (s reported op the
, tunnel of the nwMbig(dvlch at Kea
,nae, and in due tithe Q'Shaughnessy
and his army . will invade the table
lands mauka of the plantations.
: i, i; lit"
... The republicans of, the different
precinets. on Maui meet &ext Friday
eveuing to nominate delegates to the
t County Convention, and,,. on next
, Saturday there will be an election of
i Attorney .General Andrews has
, writtenlto the U. S. Attorney Geo-
eral for information as to wbeher
members, of the. legislature are
j eligible to local offices, and the reply
is awaited with iuterest.
l,. From carefully selected .seed, from
t, the coast, and eastern, seed houses,
A !..! 1 . 1 I I J
iiiiuDgiDtui u Luis season rnweu
tomatoes , which would prove prize
wjnners anywhere, is size, color,
flavor and prolific qualities.
1 . ' . v., I I
, Therefore fltutp. a number, of vis
. itors to. I80;i,jl!y, now, and they
.. justly compynji $i , tqe rough, trails!
. overgrown Wjitty lntana. A good car)
r. r iage r gat ,tp, !' JiB,.th :r;d . c nossji n g, ( and
a.H opeu.trail to the upper table land
is much needed.
The following letter is self-explana
tory, tiut unfortunately the editor of
the Nmws is unable to furnish the an
formation desired. The importance
of furnishing data to Mr. Edmonds at
ouce will strike everyone interested
iu sisal culture on Maui, and those
who read this uuJ are able to furnish
even a Utile luiormatnfn ou the bud-jt-cl
are earnestly requested to write
at ouce to the Maui News and tell
all they know concerning the matter
asked fur iu tue letter. Dou't put off
writing, buno. letters at once.
Queen Hotel, Honolulu, Aug. 17,1903.
Kuitor Maui JNxwb:
1 um tola there are a lot of places
in the uuuu ol oiaui wnere sniau
'patches of the true (blue-green leaf)
sisal are growing, having been plant
ed out years ago wben the 'plants
were tirst introduced into the islands,
but the planting has never been done
on a scale large enough to make it
worth while importing the necessary
machinery for milling the fiber, .and
that there are also large patches of
tiie wild Fourcroya (yellow-green
leaf) sisal called by the natives "ma
lino'') to be lound growing hero and
there throughout the island, and as
I am desirous of experimenting with
certain Machinery for milling the
fioer and want, large quantities of the
leaves, I should be much obliged to
you if youjrould kindly give tne a list
of the ipjacesi where .the plants of
both kinjOS. are growing, together
with the names of the owners of the
lands on which they are growmg.and
1 shouH also bo glad if you be kiudty
rell me the quantities approximately
that would be obtainable of each
kind. I would be willing to pay 10
cents a thousand for the true sisal
leaves and 5 cents a thousand for the
wild Fourcroya ("malino") leaves,
and would do the cuttihg and gather
ing at my own erpense.
I shall be much obliged to you if
you will kindly reply to this imme
diatelv upon recgipl of same.
H. W. S. EDMONDS.
The four concerts given by the
Hawaiian ttand were in all respects
exceedingly enjoyable, and were at
tended by a large assemblage of in
terested listeners. The programme
on,Sun'Jay afternoon included "The
Holy city" and other selections of
A gigantic man-eating shark, said
to be 30 feet long, was cauuht re
cently. neat; the buoy. With him was
a small pita't fish. The latter, and
some of the bones of the monster
shark, have been given to Mr. C. B,
Olsen. Other large sharks bave been
disporting around the buoy.
Wjityi .the exception of a few fin
ishing touches, the new tomb in the
Hayejdqn lot' at Lahaina Cemetery
is noenVrely'compUled. Within its
,substan),ifil walls haVe been deposited
the. remains, of the. Hon. Walter
Murray Gibson, late Premier of the
Hawaiian Islands; also the remains
of Mrs. Tatula L. Hayselden, and of
two small children. U.
Mr, J. E. Higgins, wasj quite suc
cessful in securing Agricultural and
horticultural exhibits for the St
LouijS Exposition. Mr. Higgins and
.wireiesr operator iiinney naa
very pleasant interview, recalliry?
the incidents of their student days
at Acadia college. k
The Lahaiua Minstrels will give ,;
very amusing entertainment at the
Roman Catholic School li'u evening.
iljss N. A. Holden, principal of
the Kindergarten, entertained Miss
Cross, Mss Frances Lawrence, Miss
Mary Ta'wf epce, and another young
lady, from, Wailuku.qn Tuesday. Miss
Frances Lawrence , remained 'n 'a'
haina unil the end of the week.
At the Pioneer yMi grinding will
probably .recommence in Navemberi
Manager Cross, of the uTTireless
Telegraph Company, ( arrived on
Tuesday evejitug, and will remain on
Maul for several . days. He finds
everything in tint class conditioa ii)
the Laha'.nstqnice. , ' j
There are (our patients in the Lai
haina Hospital this week. i( I;
It la expected that Mr. and ( Mrs.
j, A, McDona., the new-Lahaina-la
teachers, rill arrieext week.
Ty have a well eane "; rEpiitation'
'4 .educational circles. Nr ( .
lfviua, Iig tjrees are faring
auuii'Icut crop of luscious fruft.
etabblnfl Af'fray at Pa la.
lU'r- I . i
Since tne close of the griuding sea
son, a 1'aige number of Porto Rlcai,
bave gathered at Paia where the
live in idleness, claiming that there it
no work for them, and as a natural
result, they are beginning to give
the police trouble.
On last Sunday evening there wus
a serious stabbin,?. affray, in which
Joe. Ambrose, a young Porto Rican
iuflcted seventeen .knife wounds on
one Mary, a Porto Rican gir'i with
whom he was living. Several of tin
wounds are clangerouf, and the girl
is at the Paia hospital under the care
of Dr. McConkey who states that
none of the wounds are necessarily
fatal, but that the woman is in a
Ambrose, who claims to be of Dan
ish descent and states that he is only
sixteen years old, explain the a flab
by saying that on Sunday when he
was away, the girl went out riuing
with a Hawaiian, not returning until
after he had retired 'or the night.
On their return he had a row with
he, Hawaiian who threw a glaas tuu
jbler at him, and then ran to escape
his knife. In desperation, he turntel
on the girl and assaulted her with
the knife. No charge will be prefer1'
red until the, result of the girl's
wounds are ascertained
On Monday night, an attempt was
made to burglarize the Haiku Plan
tation store. In the center of the
store is a 20 inch plauk ventilator,
which extends to the roof. The bur
glar broke into the Ventilator and
slid down into the store where he fill
ed a sack with watcues, jewelry, and
other small plunder. He tried to
make his exit through a window', but
the noise attracted Johnson, the
night watchman at the mill, who ran
to the rear .ot. the store, gave the
.alarm, and went for help. On bis re'
turn the burglar had made his exit,
leaving his bag of plunder and his
cap behind him. When the watcLman
returned be heard the burglar run
ning away along the flume, back of
the store. The cap was identified and
Francisco Quirasco, a Porto RiCr.n,
has been arrested on suspicion and
committed for trial before the Circuit
, Chester Doyle recently received a
box of delicious Avocado pears ironi
an unknown friend 6uMaui,( and de
sires to return ttariks- thVough the
medium of the Kiwa. '
While on the coast, J. N. S. Wil
liams of Puunene will investigate the,
proposition of manufacturing rumf
from waste molasses. Why not?
Last Entertainment of Moviag Pictures
Mr.Rice will give last Entertain
ment at the CHINESE CHURCH,
Monday Evening, Aug.'24, at 7:30.1
Fifteen Moving Pictures Ten
New an about a hundred new
Admission, 25 cents; Chidren, 5 cts.
Notice ot Dissolution ot Partner
ship. Notice is hereby given that the
Co-partuersbip lately subsisting be
tween us, the undersigned Edw. Hoff
mann and W. T. Robinson carrying on
a general merchandise bus'ne6 at
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. under the firm
naihe and style of HOFFMANN &
ROBlNgpN, wa on the. 21st day of
August, Vi)3 dissolved by mutual con
sent, and, hat the business in 'the
future will be . carried on by Edw.
Hoffmann and,,eorge Weight who
will pay and discharge all deb's and
liabilities, and .receive all moneys pay
able to the said la,te firm.
W. T. RpjJINSON.
Wailuku, Maui August21, 1903.
Done lo presence of;
J. L. Coki.
Secretary's Ottic ;
Those deiirlng copies of the County
Act to be se.nt them by. mail can
secure the .same upon forwarding
postage 5 cents for 'English and 4
cents for HawaUan, 'per copy. I
. X3, R. 0AtER, I
. , Secretary of tlie Territory!,
Capit61vHohblulta, Angus ClKfe'., 1903.
Dr. P. F. Frear, D. D. S.. arrived
at the Maui Hotel on August 22,
1903, to remain for one wctk. Those
ni-euing his services will pltasu tu.l
us soon as possible after his arrival.
Competent Guide to lao Valley
Address and Reference
IN TUKC1KCU1T CUUKTCUf'TUK ShCONu'
JUDICIAL, C1K(JU1X, TERTITORY OF.
HAW AU-AT CH AMUKRS-1N PUUllATE.
Ia the mutter of tbe Kstate Tululs L. Hayscl
MlCued, Uoceaiua. lutuntatu.
NOTiCK TO CREDITORS.
imATW i'AbULA Lm. HAYSELDEN
' ol ice Is Iwraby gliou that tno uudepsigatM
auu uovu upoiamu Auniiulstrator ol tno EDtate
of Taluls L. liiiyselaea, lute of Luliulna, Muui,
11. 'I'., doccui'U. ..AU cruuiiors of wu aeceascd,
uro bert'Uy notlnua to prwtiui tuulr'vlulnui, uuly
jiut-nijcuma.uuj wliu. tuu proper roucuurp, ii
uy elst jjyon tbougu suld cluiois ma; bo sveur
QU uy mortgage .tipou rual etitato, to tuu uuUer
iiubb.at ulfirojilutiiivo.at Luuatuu.Mulrerri
tolj ol lluwull, vthlilu six liiouluit from tueaate
oi tuu u.st yuullottlou ol tiiih ijotlcii, or wltaiu
Klx muuibs from tuu uatueuiu claims fall duo, or
thoj il oetorevoroariou.
Auu ail pemuuo l nue ulna to sulci estate are
ueruu uotuieu iu niitriu lmmuiiluto payment of
same to tue uuueruigauu.
. . .VictD. H. HAYSELDEN,
Aiuuiulntrutbrol tue tm.u of Tului L. Uy
: auiuuii, ueueasea.
Dated liuuauia, wuiv ia), itud.
Au. l-o-la-vl, ikua.
IN 1'uls. ClIWJUlT OobHT iP TliE StiCOIiD
(JlRCUil, ltKRlluTY UK HAWAII.
Ai CH,.IUI)EH.-iN PROBaTE.
la tuu m.iur of vue u.at4tu of. Yuaug Quong,
latfl.ol wailuku, uluui, ueceasea lutustatu.
Order of Notice ul Petltiuu lor Aumlnlstrafloil.
Ou Readlug and Filing tuei'etitlou ofVoung
Kitu, Kabulul, ;Maui, allugiug that Young
uoug of Waiiuitu, Maul, uiuu luiestate at
Wailuku, iViuul, on tue 14th day ju... , A. D.
luub, leavlug.property In tue Hawuliau Islands
neceKNttiy to be odmlnlsturuu i-tou, and praying
that Vettuin ot Aumlnlstf atlon tsuue to hlmaejl.
It is oraered mat Tuesday, tuq lHtli day,Aug-
uut, A. U. 1V03, ut 1U o'clock a. Ai., uuuu. betftbs
1b ttppolntpd for bearing sula Petltiun in. tho
Court Room of tuia Court at Wailuku, Maul, at
wtalcb time and ploe al perwus ouneerned
may appear .una. snow cause, if any tl.ey nave,
wby BuiuPetltlon should not be granted.
Duted at Wailuku, Aluui, juiy lotu, 1803.
J. W..KALUA. . ,
Judgo of the Circuit Court of tho Socond Circuit
Attest: ' Ln W. C'HOQPf,
Clerk of the Ulrcult Court of tuo Second Circuit.
July 2b, Aug. 1, 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT CUUHT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY O' HAWAII,
AT CHAMBERS IN TrtOBATE.
In the mutterot the Estate of Robert X.ISng-.
Purjmunt to proiwr proceoctlngs iu 'pronkte!
heretofore had in tbut oenuif, in re 'the Estate!
ol Robt. L.. Euglisb, the uudunlgnuU,'A.N. Ku-
polkai,.of Honolulu, H. j on tha 13th iluy of
Aug., 10O3, wus duly appoioted atlmiuUtrao.
tiled his., bond und.duly qtialltluu su,et, ajoj
(in the same day had issued to him X.etters of
Adniinltratlon In re said Estate.
AH'creditors of said Robt. It. English, do-;
ceused Vnd ot the Estate of Robt. L. English,
are hereby duly notified to present their claims,
duly authenticated and wltta tue proper vouch
era if any eiilst, even It the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real. estate, to the undersigned,
either at bis resjdenoe or place of business, to
Honolulu, Territory ,pf , Hawaii, wlthiu six
aontbs from the date of this notice, (aulddute
being the date of the Hrst publication of said
notice) otherwise such cluim, if any, will be for
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, Au'frusit 15, 1902. j
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Administrator ot the Estate of Roberit, Eng
Aug. 15, IB, 29, Sept. 5, 1903. h
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY -.Lo
cation of principal place of business, Saij
Francisco, California. Location of works,Huna,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given that at a mteeting ot
the Hoard of Directors, held on the sltf day of
June, 1IW3, an assessment (No Sj ot two dollars
(HLW) per sbare was levied upon tho capital
stock of the corporation, payable immediately
lo United Stages gold coin, to the Treasurer, at
Ihe.ofnoa .of company, No. sl& Frontjitreet, Sao,
Fraoolapo, California.. , u
'AqyBtoek.upou wbiob this assessment hji
remsln uncayiDthB 11th duy ol August, IM1
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at
publl,a auetlon; and unless the paymeut is mda
before, wilt, ba, sold on SATURDAY, theStB
day of , September, 1VU3, to pay the duliuuent
assessment, tnge.thur,wltheoMt of advertising of
advertising aadjixpenses ot sale. By order of
the Board of Direclors. -
... D. C. DATES, Seoretary.
OiWce No. 216 Front street, San Francisco
To Plantation Manager and Steam'dsert.
The undersigned, a first-class Boil:
er Maker, who has built and laid ai
the large water mains, such as the
Makawelij $wa, Kahuku, Spreckels
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wishes
work, including all kinds of repair
and all classes of boiler woric. He als
builds the best spark catching locoi
motive smoke stacks on the Islands!
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co., and. Paia
Plantation Cov Prompt attention to
repairi which will be completed oil
shortest notice at reasonable termst
All work finished in first-class me
chanicalf style. v Address t .
n . i
tf; .Aim v
WALL TENTS, WEDGE TENTS,
& CANOPIES, AWNINGS, M
f& VAR1TM TO M
rin iVir'Aii ft tiATTrn ff T
TH1; .1 ail V'!j rr-A KMIN- W Kill I V.K L S
Any kind of material used suft anlf
they're guaranteed t'6 Satisfy the most
f rices Upward from IO.Oa '
SYOUNfi BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH 'THEIR THIRTV-PrV YEAR EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry dcods and General Mercndiss
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAtfifc
Which T.iey Offer and Soil TO THE TRADE ONLY, a
Prites and Terms Most Favorable..
Wh Fhar No Compdlitioft
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGAf$:TTB8.
1 'fe't-iwVn'l'ceyhe'iest'antl MOST,PR0MPT ATTENTIO
MAUI fepPPEE. .
Recommended by the Manager of Maul Hotel as being eb.uai'tb'kona
Coffee in Taste and Aroma.
Vwb Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities.
Frcsh'CriJp feold by'tneon or'Less Quantities.
Give Our Maul Coffee a Fair Chance' m'lietjical Mark'ct.
For1 prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP. -
Comfort for "Cattle 4ind HorsSe
Hundreds of gallons sold every year, and sales 'Increasing.
SPECIALTIES: Carrara (Mixed. Paint,
Magnite-ppld Wat?r PaitiV
Dixon's G rapliitVPaint
mmb 'Hardware c6. Cfb
Udxoi-cn;, II. T.
''V ll t ! V T.
Havpiirt l9ur'?8,i..v.p.rXuFVtlM,!, Lauhnla Huts, lals ana
daskets of Ha waiiati Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilt'i. '
Hawaiian apas.&nd Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Worff,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc. '
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments. .
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. . .
K. or P. HALL BUILDING WAtLt&U. JtAl3
Mrs. J, K. Karioaksic, Business Manager
Now Shnprriorit Co'rri'itri
Italian Marble, Scotch and Ami'ticau Granite, Ornamental
Figures iu Italian Marble on G ranlte H.ises.
Memorials in any material known to Uiejt(r,adej includmjjbrijiisc. '
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish ii 'nc'pficafloii.
Safe of any known make furnished.
tf. C. XXTELL 4 k v 4
V. 6. Box Bli.'lOH-Joio VLAlKF.A S'r. nir.'lS'ab l6ftdr'
Corix r Union nrid flotul Streets
P. O. Bx 784. Honolulu, H. T. 33
we know liow id