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Next Monday is a leirul holiday, it
being Labor Day.
A concert is promised by the Wai
luku bruss baud in the near future.
The Ilimas und Wailukus play ball
at Wells Park tomorrow afternoon.
Whom do you think would be the
best men or our county supervisors?
Give the News a chance at your
job work. Prompt work guaranteed.
There is a practice polo game up
at Sunnyside every Saturday after
noon. Captain Parker came over in com
mand of the Maui this week, instead
A cave-house at the summit of
Haleakala would be just the tiling
Plover have begin to reappear on
Maui, and will soon be abundant, fat
An eight-roomed brick or stone
school bouse is promised for Wailuku
in the near future.
Kahului reminds one these days of
a summer resort after the boarders
have all gone home.
, The weather in Wailuku has bten
quite warm this week, with consider
able rain up country.
The dengue has about disappeared
from Wailuku, only one or two chronic
cases being reported.
It would be a good thing if Lhe
macadamizing of the beach road
were continued all the way to Ka
hului. " "
The Star says that Kalua and
Kahaulelio have formed a combine to
give Kalua the shrievalty. Very
The boys say that the Recruit
Cigar is the best five cent cigar sold
on the Islands. II. Ilackfeld & Co.
The public schools and the Catholic
Mission school opeu on Monday next,
or on Tuesday if Monday is observed
as a hoi id ay i
The Maui Wine & Liquor Co. mov
ed into their new and commodious
quarters in the K. of P. building on
The regular monthly meeting of
the Maui Athletic Association will be
held at Wailuku courthouse on Moc
The Salvation Army of Wailuku
will give Capt. J. J. Lewis a farewell
entertainment at the Settlement
Building this evening
The home rule convention extends
the olive brunch to the republicans
agreeing to be satisfied with sheriff
and board of supervisors.
Political notices of aspiring can
didates are beginning to appear in
the Honolulu papers, and Maui can
didates should follow suit
The sentiment of the people of
Wailuku is almost unanimous in favor
of McGregor instead of Maalaea Bay
as a landing place Tor passengers.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at (22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
GYRUS T. GREEN
The sentiment is beginning to crys
tallize on Maui that the honesty and
ability of our proposed couuty offi
cers is of more importance than their
Trri.u .1 . .. 1 V 1
tvitii MU' ivtMvay bu i lie Luu u ui um-
sing of lao Valley and u good horse
trail to the table lands, there would
not bo a more pleasant excursion
trip on the Islands.
The two public roads leading from
the Maalaea Bay road tot', e Waikapu
church are in a deplorably bad con
dition, and need the in-mediate at
tention of the road board.
You can get furniture anywhere,
but you can et the best; furniture
only from The Porter Furnishing Co.
Young Building, Honolulu. Write
to them about their box couches.
Use Tonic Shampoo, (the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
P1NKNEY BROWN, PROP.
The September number of the
"Hawaii's Young People is issued..
This number was prepared by the
late principal W. Elmo teavi, be
before his departure 3br the coast.
Vetlescn's drug store t the post
office is one of the neatest', affairs in
town and is tilling a long elt want,
verything from a calomel ; pill to a
cold ice -sod a bemg constantly on tap.
Call there and get anyUuiog you
Meeting of Citizens.
In response to un invitation from
Superintendent of Public Works
Henry E, Cooper, there was a large
meeting of the citizens of Wailuku at
the courthouse on Wednesday morn
ing for the purpose of discussing the
different appropriations for Wailuku
Judge McKay was elected choir
man and Wm. Saffery secretary. J.
N. Keol.i kindly consented to act as
interpreter. Supt. Cooper first took
up the matter of the appropriation
for a wharf and shed at McGregor
Landing, and the sense of the meet
ing was that the work nt the landing
should be pushed, and. that the sum
of $10111) from the general road fuud
should be allowed toward building
the 1500 feet necessary to connect
the landing with the present road.
It was also decided by a vote of
the meeting that the $10,000 voted
for lhe construction of a road up lao
Valley be spent at the lowtr end of
the rjad, carrying it as far as the
funds will allow after leaving a small
surplus to clear out and repair the
horse trail to the table lands.
Supt Cooper stated that plans had
ben prepared for an eight room
brick school building to be erected on
the new school lot at an early date,
and that plans are being considered
for hydrants, hose carts and a
chemical engine for the Wailuku fire
Mr. Cooper stated that it was a
leiral question as to whether he as
Territorial Superintendent was au
thorized to erect county buildings,
consequently the matter of the erec
tion of the court house and jail was
laid over for further consideration.
10 to 3,
The Lnhainas failed to show up at
Wells Park last Sunday afternoon,
and the game was awarded to the
Ilimas by default.
Quite a crowd had assembled, and
the Ilimas consented to play a pick
up team. There were quite a num
ber of the best players of the other
teans on the ground and a nine wts
selected to play the Ilimas, of the best
players on Maui. A very interesting
game followed with King and Thom
pson as pitchers and Clem Crowell
and Tom Krueger as catchers,
with strong men for the infield
and outfield, and at the close of the
game the score stood as above in
favor of the pick-ups.
The game tomorrow will bo between
the Ilimas and Wailukus, and a good
game may be expected.
On Friday evening, Aug. 28, the
young men who took part in the re
cent entertainment at the Sacred
Heart School were invited to Father
Ulcneeslas' residence. Songs were
sung, and Karl Roenduhl contributed
a piano, solo. Refreshments were
served, after appropriate remarks
by the Rev. Father. Largo medals
were then fciven to Karl Roendahl,
E. Dunn, B. Riuard, D. Espinda and
A. Freitas. Smaller medals were
awarded to Frank Nunes, Robert
and Moses Tili. On the following even
ing medals were given to Count Ton
Zedtwitz u.id Mrs. Aalberg. The
medals bore the following inscription:
"For ariistiu services, 190i5," and
"Father Ulencelas' Catholic Mission,
There was a large attendance of
friends at tho funeral of Mrs. Opu
pele on Sunday afternoon. Several
prominent members of tho native
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, were
present. The burial was at the Ro
man Catholic Cemetery.
The persons nominated as delegates
to the Wailuku Republican conven
tion were as follows: A. N. Haysel
den, George H. Dunn, C. R. Lindsay,
Henry' Wilkins, Judge Kahaulelio,
Rev. S. Kapu, Hon. Philip Pali, Judge'
Kahokuoluna and G. K. Keaweuaku.
At the election, last Saturday, the
three gentlemen first named were
the successful candidates.
A new variety of alarm clock, giv
ing ten alarms, is on sale at the La
Mrs. Wilkins is recovering from a
puinlvl disorder, affecting the right
arm. A deep incision was necessary.
Edward Dunn has returned to his
studies at St. Louis College, Hono
Captain Lewis of the Salvation
Army held his farewell service in La
haina lat week. He will take charge
of -a new district on the Island of
Sessions of the Sacred Heart
Bchtotwert resumed-ok Aug. VL I
The following are the delegates
elected to the Republican convention,
to meet at Wailuku, Sept. 14.
Hana. J. K Josepa, W. P. Haia,
M. H. Reuter, J. H. S. Kaleo, G. O.
Kipahumj. Levi Josepa, John
Honoaula. Dr. J. H. Raymond.
Makawao. David Morton, George
HAMAKtTAroKo. D. C. Lindsay,
Harry Baldwin, W. O. Aiken, S. E.
Kalama, J. H. Nui. Henry Robinson.
HtjELO. W. E. K. Maikai.
Kkanae. W. F. Pogue.
Kihei. James. Scott.
' Puunene. II. P. Baldwin, J.
Walsh, W. B. Hirdy.
Wauuku. W. E. Eal, David Crow
ell, Geo. Ci minings, Jno. W. Kalua,
Sam Keliinoi, Wm. Saffery, John
Lahaina. Robt Lindsay. Geo. H.
Dunn, A. N. Ilayselden.
Kaanapali. R. C. Searle.
The homo rule convention which
met on Thursday is still in session
and caucussir.g. They adjourned yes
terday afternoon, to meet again today
at ten o'clock. No nominations have
yet been made, although several
names have been mentioned as prom
inent candidates, among which are
Billy White for sheriff, Pla Cockett
for treasurer, John Richardson for
District Attorney and T. B. Lyons
and W. H. Cornwell, Jr. for super
visors. It is possible that they will
adjourn over today to September 17.
All parties having stock running
on my land at Kahakulou must pay
pasturage or such stock will be taken
up for trespass.
J. W. L. MARSHALL,
Sept. 5, 1903. Waihee
V. A. Vetlesen,
Carries Everything, from a
I-10 grain Compressed Tritu
rate Calomel Pill to the famous
Ladies' marvel, "Whirling
First Soda Fountain on Maui.
Ice Cream served Wednes
days and Saturdays.
Kerosene Oil Gasoline
Gold Watches Silver Watches
Groceries Dry Gocds Clothing
la part as follows:
Everett Classico Everett Ginghams
' Mercerised Silk Zephyr
Embroidered Swist Dots
W F Mossman
Dr. P. F. Frear, D. D. S.. arrived
at the. Maui Hotel on August 22,
1903, to remain for one week. Those
needing his services will pleaso call
os soon os possible after his arrival.
Competent Guide to lao Valley
Address and Reference Maul Hotel.
Circuit Court, Second Judicial
In the matter of the Estate of Awana
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby civen to all per
sons having claim-! against the Estate
of AWANA, late of Wailuku, Maui,
deceast-d intestate, to present the
same to the undersigned, Adminis
trator of said estate, at his oflice, in
Wailuku, Maui, within six months
from the date of publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred,
Dated at Wailuku,Maui, Aug. 25,1003
Administrator of the Estate of
Aug. 20, 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 Young
Pursuent to proper proceedings in
probate heretofore had in that be
half in re tlie Estate of Young Quong.
the undersigned, Young Kau, ' of
Kahului, Maui, on the 25th day of
August, 1903, was duly appointed
administrator, filed his bond and duly
qualified as such, and on the same
day had issued to him Letters of Ad
ministration in re said Estate.
All creditors of said Young Quong,
deceased, and of the Estate of Young
Quong, are hereby duly notified to
present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with the proper vouchers
if any exist, to the undersigned,
either at his residence or place of
business, in Kahului, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, within six months from
the date of this notice, (said date be
ing the date of the first publication
of said notice) otherwise such claim,
if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Kahului.Maui, Aug. 29,1903,
Administrator of the Estate of Young
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
Aug. 29, Sept. 5, 12, 19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT I.HAM1JERS IN PitOBATE.j
loitbe matlor oi the Estate of Robert L. Eng.
I'ursuunt to proper proceodlugs tu probate
heretofore had in that behaif, In re the Estate
ol Kobt. L. English, the uutlersiKued, A. N. Ku
polkai, of Honolulu, H. T., ou the 13th day of
Aug., UKJ3, was duly appointed administrator,
Hied his bond and duly qualified as such, and
na the same day had Issued to him Letters of
Administration tu re soil Estate.
All ercditors of Ruid Kobt. L. English, do
coused and of the Estate of Robt. L. English,
are hereby duly notified 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 undursignod,
either at his residence or pluce of busiuoss, lu
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, within six
aoutha from tho date of this notice, (suiddate
being the date of the Urst publication of aaid
notice) otherwise such claim, if any, will be for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, August 15, 1U02.J
A. N. KEl'OlKAl,
Administrator of the Estate of Robert L. Eug
Aug. 16, 2S, Z, Sept. 5, 18U3.
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 and style; 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 Ute firm.
W. T. ROBINSON.
Wailuku, Maul Augus21r 1903.
Done ia (rtsene of: .
J, L. Coitl-
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We Fear No Competition-
SOLE AGENTS FOR
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and CYCLE CIGARETTES,
Orders Will Receive the Best ant) MOST, PROM PT ATTENTION;.
Recommended by the Manager of Maul Hotel as being equal to Koi a
Coffee in Taste and Aroma,.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, orjless Q iant.il esv
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities..
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the I cal M ar.ee t.
For prices and particulars, apply to
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Comfop; Cor Cattle a id Horses
Kilfly and Sprayers.
Hundreds of gallons sold every year, and sales increasing
SPECIALTIES: Carrara Mixed Paint
Magnite Cold Water Palnti
Dixon's G raphite Paint
Send for Circulars.
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Honolulu, IL TV.
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iJaskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and. Hawaiian Q lilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Nap-kin RJngsctc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention..
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Mrs. J. K. Ka.iookeJe, Business Maimer
New Shipment Coming,
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Figure in Italian Marble on Granite Buses. .
Memorials in any material known to thejtrade, inoludirgbrom-c.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish- on acplioationv
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