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If you want your job work dom
ve 11, promptly and cheap, send h to
the News job office.
J. W. McCrosson went to Hilo b
Tuesday's Kinau to look ufler Lis
Kohala ditch intercuts.
Pineapples are an abundant ano
delicious luxury in the Wailunu mar
ket, at three for a quarter.
The guava crop on Maui this year
is' light and infewor quality, and
there 'n a dearth of guaya jelly. .
It Is now practically conceded that
members of tho presetu legislating
are ineligible to county offices.
The home rule county convention
meets September 3, and the republi
can convention September 14.
There will be an election for repub
lican delegates to the county couveii
lion in all the precincts on Maui, this
The piece workers are out striking
possible candidates for dough, but
are meeting the frozen face. Turn
the beggars down, boys.
The Maui News is to be incorpo
rated with sufficient capital to prop
erly iuerease its job capacity, and
the stock will all bo sold on Maui.
The new upper ditch from -Waika-pu
Valley convening water to tho
high lands of Waikapu is about com
pleted and ready for the pipiug.
First Class, merchautaole lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GKEEN
The Iao Valley road route is being
surveyed this week, to obtain data
for Supt. Cooper's consideration
when he arrives, which will be short-
Makawao is shipping a quantity of
remarKably fine melons to the Wu-i
luku market, and they sell at a price
which should encourage tho small
-The News runs a delinquent assess
ing 11 I 11W KJL 1 lullH JL iUU IU HUH o tUUA
in this issue. O.ving to its length it
has severely taxed the resources of
the office. ;
The republican and home rule con
ventions should vie with eachother in
Weeding out political bums and se
lecting trustworthy men for our
county offices. j
Both the home rulers and republi
cans on Maui are taking a conserva
tion position with reference to couii
ty officers, and some first class names
'arc being discussed.
There is a lull in business on cen
tral Maui, owing , to the shutting
'down of the mills for the season, but
'politics are liable to keep things live
ly till the mills start up.
The First National Bank of Wai
luku is ouilding up a solid and sub
stantial business on Maui which more
than confirms the foresight of its
founders, and every Maui man should
patronize our home bank.
A wireless was received from Ho
nolulu yesterday; stating that the
articles of incorporation of the Maui
Wine & Liquor Co. have been filed
and a dealers' licence granted.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools tho scalp
, and beautifies tho hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
PINKiSEY BROWN, PROP.
.Isn't it funny that not a single mer
chant in Wuiltiku has the nip and
get-up to advertise in the News?
But then the weather is rather too
warm to exert one's self this month.
The heme rulers elected delegates
i to theit county convention, last Mon
1 day evening, the ,Vailuku delegates
' being Senator lvaiuey Louis Kookao,
George Maxwell, Solomon Kawaihon,
Karaaka.S. Punaloa, and two others.
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' .Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Burroughs'
Roberts Smith, associate professor of
' sociology at Stanford, accompanied
"by her entire name, is coming -flown
to the Islands for a year,, to study
methods of charity Snd native dis
"eases. She should be requested,
' whllo here) to investigate, the saw
bug and lautaua post.
Tho following are tho candidates
nominated by the Wailuku republi
cans club last night, to be voted for
this afternoon; W. E. Bal, D. Crowel)
iGeo. Cummia'is, J. W.'Kalua, J. K.
Kahokele, S. . Keliinol Johu Kinl,
. W. Kukona, P. E. Lamar. C. D.Luf
kiu, A. 11. Naoiw, J. Nua, W. T.
' Robinson, 11. B. Robertson' A t J.
, Rodrigues, W. E. Safft'ry, J. V. Pil
vo, Geo. Weight, M. P. Waitvable.
' Our Merry Making Minstrels gav.
i highly successful and very amusinji
' titertaininent at trie Lahaina Sacred
lleart School lust Saturduy evening
The mimes of ihe performers are u
lollows: Karl Rooiid,hl, E. Dunn, B.
Kicard, D. Espinda, A. Freitas,
Franc Nunes, Robert Aupur.l, anil
Alter n charming overture, the
tirst piece on the programme was a
characteristic minstrel performance,
reflecting much credit upon the kaO
er, the end men and all others en
gaged; -The jokes and conundrums
vere very comical and well chosen.
The other pieces Tverrff colloquy be
tween a merchant and two drummers,
medical comedy introducing several
local allbsion.-, and u finely executed
pantomime. One of the numbers was
written specially for the oc
casion by a professional gentleman.
Uuring the several intermissions
Count von Zedwitz played some of
Ins choicest violin solos, accompanied
by Mrs. Aalberg. At the close of
tne entertainment, appropriate re
marks were made bv Rev. Father
A I... . I. . - i . .
-IV tuner uas oeen received from
W. E. Ueavls, late principal of La
liaiualuna Seminary, lie is at Los
Aiiifeles, Cal., and has a promising
business project on hand.
Mrs. flalversou and her children
arrived last Saturday. The fumily
will occupy a new house, near the
Cocke tt propei ty.
A Japanese received fatal injuries
from au explosion at Houokohau last
The next term of the Kindcrgar-
tau will commence on Monday, Sept.
7. There will be no change of teach
ers at present.
Miss N. A. Holden has kindly acted
as guide to several visitors recently:
among others, Miss Claire H. Ue
eke, of the Kindergarten connected
with Oahu College, Honolulu; also
Mr. Thurstou, a tourist from Chicago.
The Japanese who was injured at
Honokahau died, three hours after
ih accident, i
Mr. Heury Dickenson rode to his
favorite mountain resort lasi week,
but found the path obstructed by a
The Republican Precinct Club of
the Lahaina .Distrit announced a
meeting, to be held at the Court
house on Friday evening of this week,
to nominate members of the County
Committee. The Primary Election
will be held today from 2 to 8 p. m.
The Government school buildings
have a fresh coat of paint.
C. A. McDonald, Mrs. McDonald
aud Miss McDonald arrived on Aug,
25, and moved into the .teacher's
dwelling house at Lahaiuuluua on the
following day. They came originally
from Nova Scotia, and harfo lived in
the States for serveral years. Mc
Donald is a gratuate of Cornell Uni
versity at Ithaca, N. Y. He also
studied at tho School of Technology
at Potsdam, N. Y. Subsequently he
lie was in charge of the machine shop
at the institution, aud taught math-
ematics and rocchauical drawing.
For the past six years he has been
an instructor at tho Ksnichamcha
Schools in Honolulu.
Mrs. McDonald is a graduato of
the Normal School at Truro, N. T.
She formerly was a teacher at Han
port, N. S , and at Haverhill, Mass.
She has taught iii the Hawaiian Is
lands for four years, the last two of
which have been at the Normal School
iu Honolulu. She will take the En
glish Department as the Seminary.
Miss McDonald is a graduate ol
Dalhousie College, Halifax, N. S.
She is going to the Island of Hawaii.
It Is! expected that Archibald
Doiids .will tako the machauical de
partment at Lahainaluna. Peter
Pasco will give the boys instruction
in. growing taro.
At the Pioneer Mill a new building
is in process of construction. It
measurses about 75 feet by 40. Two
new boilers have been set; also new
.Sire. Woodward is recovering from
the dei.gue fever.
Double Murder In Honolulu.
On lut Saturday ?dward Jones of
Honolulu shot and killed his divnrcod
wife, Mrs. Linda Jones, and fatally
wounded his former mother-in-law,
Mrs. Parmenter died on Wednes
day evening aU 8 o'clock. ij At m
earnt house, Jonet who hitherto
escaped the vigilance of the officers
was surrendered to the police by hi
sou. Mrs. . Parmenteo. was. buried
At 3 HO yesterday afternoon.
More than usual interest was felt
in last Sunday's bull gume, because
if the Stars won, thej practically
won tho cup, but us Jackson and
Pick aid had gone to Honolulu, it was
believed that the Wailukus would
prove too strong for them. A re
gular "Kam" spurt of 5 runs in the
fifth and 4 runs in the sixth inning
turned I he trick for the Stars how
evor and gave them the game by the
The Wailukus went to but first,
ii.d scored two in the first inning,
goose egging the Stars. No runs in
ihe second In the third the Wai
lukua played a great deal of ball,
chalking up 5 runs, in which inning
the stars made tbeir first run. Fourth
inning, no runs. In the fifth inning
Cuinmings took the pitcher's box for
the Uailukus, and the change broke
their luck. The Stars played like
wild steers in the fifth and sixth in
ning, assisted as the Wailukus claim
by a dubious ruling of the umpiie
touching an alleged foul ball in the
fifth. The Wailukus scored their last
one run iu the fifth, and the four runs
of the Stars in the sixth won the
games, as each team goose-egged
the other to tho end of the ninth ii
ning, leaving the score as follows:
Stars 0 0 1 0 5 4 0 0 10
Wailukus 2 050100008
Hawaii Promotion Committee.
Mr. E. M. Boyd, secretary of the
above committee writes to the News,
among other things as follows:
"I am finding one difficulty in in
augurating this work. While the
main travelled roads have been fairly
well covered by the photographers,
1 am convinced that amateurs in
going about the islands have secureo
some of tne prettiest bits of scenery.
May I not ask that if you deem our
enterprise worthy of comment, that
you will request any amateur photo
graphers among your readers to be
good enough to send us silver print
of their best things. We ar e main
taining in our head quarters what we
hope to make a small but select and
comprehensive exhibit of Hawaiian
products and good things, and it
would be a pleasure to us to receive
any contribution from people of the
islands, of artic'.es of interest to vis
The importance, to the people of
Maui, of the work of Mr. Boyd will
appeal to all thoughtful renders of
the News, and all who have such
viuws as are above suggested, or
other attractive views of Maui will
please take the time aud trouble to
forward them to the Maui News,
whence they will be sent to Mr. Boyd,
and will doubtless do much to advcr;
A circular has also been sent out
asking for a monthly subscriptien to
aid the work of the commission, and
a generous response from Maui would
be money well invested, and will help
to bring ricn returns in increased
Notice of Dissolution of Partner
ship. Notice is hereby given that the
Co-partnership lately subsisting be
tween us, the undersigned Edw. Hoff
mann and W. T. Robinson carrying on
a general merchandise business at
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. under? the firm
name mid slyle of HOFFMaNN &
ROBINSON, was on the 21st day of
August, 1903 dissolved by mutual con
sent, and that the business in the
future will be carried on by Edw.
Hoffmann and George Weight who
will pay and discharge all debts 'and
liabilities, and receive all moneys pay
able to the said late firm,
W. T. ROBINSON.
Wailuku, Maui August 21, 1903.
Done in presence of:
J. L. Coke.
Those desiring copies of the County
Act -1o be seut them by mail can
secure the same upon forwarding
postage 5 cents for English and 4
cents for Hawaiian, per copy.
G. R. CA RTER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol. Honolulu, August 18th., 1903,
Read life MAUI NEWS
Dr. P. F. Frear, D. D. S.. arrived
at the Maui Hotel on Aucust 22,
1903, to remain for one week. Those
needing his services will picas'? call
us foon os possible wfter his arrival.
Competent Guide to Iao Valley
Address and Refercnco Maul Hotel.
Circuit Court, Second Judicial
In the matter of the Estate of Awana
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby riven to all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of AWANA, late of Wailuku, Maui,
deceased intestate, to present the
same to the undersigned, Adminis
trator of said estate, at his cilice, in
vVuiluku, Maui, withiu six months
irom the date of publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku.Maui, Aug. 20,1903.
Administrator of the Estate of
Aug. 29, Sept. 5. 12. 19,
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Youni
Pursuent to proper proceedings in
probate heretofore had in that be
half in re t'.,e Estate of Young Quong
the undersigeed, Young Kau, o:
Kahului, Maui, on the 25th day
August, 1903, was duly appoint?
administrator, filed his bond and cl in.,
qualified as such, and on the sum.
day had issued to him Letters of Ai.
ministration in re said Estate.
All creditors of said Young Quoo-. ,
deceased, and of the Estate of Youi j.
QuoDg, are hereby duly notified t;
present their claims, duly autlu
ticated and with the proper vouche
if any exist, to the undersign? ,
either at his residence or pluce i f
business, in Kahului, Maui, Territoi
of Hawaii, within six months fmi
the date of this notice, (said date b.
ing the date of the first publico ti
of said notice) otherwise such clain ,
if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at, Kahului.Muui, Aug. 29,191). .
Administrator of the Estate of Younj
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
Aug. 29, S?pt. 5, 12, 19.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE S1SOON
CIUCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWA.
AT ;HAMUEHS IN PrtOUATE..-
Iailbe muttorot tlia Estttlu of Robert L. El, !
Pursucut to proper ;proceoillugs la pro'Ji.
heretofore had in ttiui benuif, in ro tbo Esiu.
ui Kubt. L. English, lliu uuUuraiuuud, A. N. K ,
polkul, of Honolulu, H. T., on tun l.'ltu daj
Aug., 1903, was duly uppolntod admlulntruto.
Hied bis bond and duly qualiHed us uuch, u
on the same day bad issued to blm Lot tern il
Administration in re aui't Estate.
All creditors of auld Robt. L. English, a, .
eeasud and of the Estate of Robt. L. Engliu
are hereby duly notified to present their clain. ',
duly authenticated aud with the proper voun i
era if any exist, even if the cluim is secured L.
mortgage upon real estate, to tho undersigns.
either at his residence or place of business, li
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, withiu si.
uoutbs from the date of this notice, (said (dai
being the date of tbe Unit publication of i
uotice) otherwise such claim, if any, will be 1.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, August 15, lKB.i
A. N. KEPOJKAI,
Administrator of the Estate of RnbertL. En
lsli, deceased. '
Aug. 15, !, 2V, Sept. 5, 1DU3. (
Special INotict. .
To Plantation Managers and Steam Users.
The undersigned, a first-class Bui;;
er Maker, who has built and laid al
the large water mains, such as tin
Makaweli, Ewa, Kahuku, Spreckeh
and Haiku steel pipe lines, wiohe'
A-ork, including ull kinds of repaii
muI all classes of boiler woi-k. He a1s
builds the best spark catching loco
motive smoke stacks on the Islands!
Reference, the Wailuku Plantation
Co., Kahului R. R. Co., and Pah
Plantation Co. Prompt atteution !'
repairs, which will be completed oi
shortest notice at reasonable terms,
All worV 'finished' in first-class ni
chanical style. , Address
M. J. KEELEN,
WALL TENTS, VVCBGC TENTS,
f$ WRITE TQ M
f$? . HATTfNii nrmrAV o nftXTrn Cf iT)n
THK . I I I I I L 1
V'ou know their use-we know how 10
make them ,
Any kind of materia used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy theiost
Prices Upward from $10,00
lYOUNO BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE3
Dry (ioods and General Merchandise ,
Business Carry the best Selected Slock for 1SLAN1J XKA1
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE , TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Mo'jt Favorable.
We Fear No Competitioii
S3LE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CURETTES';
Ord. rs Will Receive the Hest and MDSP PROMPT ATTSNTK N
.yyiAui .coffee; .
Recommended bv the Manager ol Ma.it Hotel as Uiinj equal to Koi a
Coffee in Taste and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold bv the 13.ir, or.less Q'.iiintit:es.
' i r
Fresh Croj) Sold by tiwsTon or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui ColTeq a B'air Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, pply to
CIIAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maui.
. Comfort for Cattle and Horses
Kllfly and Sprayers.
.'undreds of gallons sold every year, and sales Increasing.
SPECIALTIES: Carrara Mixed Paint i, '
Magni te Cold ,Water Paint
Dixon's G raphlte Paint
PAGIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD
THE mUI -BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hat, Mats ana
baskets of Ha waiian Manufacture, aud Ha'jvaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
O.dcr Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. ov P. HALL BUILDING , WAILUKufMAulS
Mrs. J. K. Kah?j)k5.!s, BjsIi:?? Mnj;jr..
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New ShipiTient Coming
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Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials In any material known to thejtrade, including: bronze.
Photograph of; UMlesiues "fJi:fiilly furnish on implication.' '"
Safe of any known make furnished. " "
J. C. AMTELL..
"P. O. Box 012, 10-1030 ALAKEA
PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LTD. ;
j Corner Union and Hotel Streets
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P.O.Box 431. llouoluiu, li.. I.
Hoxolclc, H. T.
Sr. Bet. Ki'KG a l IICTEl't:.