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I Vrop into the postofliee nnd try
tmof tho delicious u:o cream sodas.
Order your job printing at the
Niws iob oftleo. QuIck and good
Survey work is being done at
McGregor Landing, for the location
of the new wharf.
.-- The Kinau.and Maul were both
MVeral hnurs la., n the run from
Honolulu this week.
The Morning Stars and Lahainas
are scheduled to play ball at Wells
Park, tomorrow arternoon.
The last ot tin season's run of
sugar on Central Maui was shipped
by the "Alaskan" this week.
Freear's Frivolities are announced
ia this week's issue. The dates are
fixed for September 22 uud 23.
The La.lies' Guild of Waiiuku will
meet at Mrs. G. B. Robertson's resi
dence on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
The Waiiuku Brass Band announce
their first free concert at the Native
Church grounds next Tuesday even
ing. The home rule county convention
adjourned over to September 23,
without having made any nomina
tions. The old postnffice adjoining the
News oflice has not yet been rented,
and is assuming a quite dilapidated
The advent of two large steamers
in Kahuiui harbor recently livened
up things to a marked degree in our
sea port town. ,
. Mrs. Margaretta Mills' dancing i.t
1C. of P. Hall toi.ight will be an
artistic treat which you cannot
afford to miss.
The crater of Haleakala presents
a beautiful clear view these morn
ings, and several parties have been
arranged to visit the summit.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GUEEN
WANTED. Co buy a piece of land
ia Waiiuku or vicinity. Apply to
P. E. LAMAR.
If Maui amateur photographers
will send their films or plates to the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Hono
' lulu, they are assured of perfect de
veloping and printing.
The republican county convention
meets at the Wuiluku courthouse on
Monday, and the merits of the can
didates for the different offices ure
being fully discussed.
Edgar Morton, L. M. Baldwin and
A. N. Hayselden arc prominently
mentioned as candidates for sheriff
ou the republican ticket. Either one
would make a good sheriff.
The proposition of local races on
: New Year's at Spreckcls, suggested
in last week's News, has called forth
Considerable favorable comment. The
chances are that it will be a go.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cool the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
PINKiSEY BROWN, PROP.
Work on the new Iao Valiey road
will probably be beguu at a poiut
some distance this side of the reser
voir, and will reach tho foot of the
hill beyond the reservoir on a two
Budweiser is "King of Bottled
Beer." 83,790,300 bottles were sold
in 1902, and tho sale in 1903 promises
too greatly exceed this amount. H.
Ilackfeld & Co. lare agents for the
Don't miss the eutertaiument at
K. of P. Hall, this evening. Alan
Allan In his great character parts
and comic song, and Margaretta
Mills in her enchanting dance ottur
an evening of unusual enjoyment. Bo
Testa of tho Independent wou bis
bet with tho News man regarding
his ability to outwind Capt. Berger,
and claims a small farm in payment
of the bet. All right, Brother Teta,
your farm awaits you, provided you
will agree to come to Maui and per
sonally cultivate it.
Charley Long a young half Ha
waiian tapped the till of Hoffman &
Weight ou Thursday abstracting, us
he admits, (18.50. He was arrested
on suspician and the money was
found on his person. He plead guilty
yesterday mornlug and was sentenced
to six mouths imprisouaisnt,.
Mr. M. M. O'Sliaiighnessy return
ed from Kauai by Wednesday's Maui,
and'' favored the News with some
extremely interesting facts concern
ing the immense ditch contracts which
he is hardling. T!;e big ditch at
Makaweli is now completed and ready
to be turned ovr to the plantations.
This ditch has a daily capacity of
over 70,000,000 gallons, built as sub
stantially as were the old Roman
aqueducts and it will doubtless stand
for centuries as a D'ounment to the
skill and foresight of its builder and
Excellent progress is being made
on the new big ditch which is to sup
ply central Maui with irrigating
water. Over 4000 feet of tunnel were
run last month, which is a tecord
breaking month, and by tho first of
next July the ditch will be completed
to the head of the present ditches. In
the meantime, work has been begun
on the lower end of the ditch aud it
is probable that another year will
see the waters of east Maui flowiiig
on the Kihei Plantation. The actual
value of this permanent water sup
pl to central Maui in the future is
almost beyond computation, as it will
almost do away with pumping plants
as well - as to largely increase the
area of sugar lands.
Iu a couple of weeks Mr. O'Shaugh
nessy leaves for Hawaii to look into
the matter of the Dig Kohala ditch.
The United States Foresty Bureau
is taking a practical interest In
forestry preservation on the Islands,
and has sent Forester Hall from
Washington to investigate and re
port on forestry matters and cognate
subjects. Mr. Hall has spent the last
ten days on Maul, a large part of the
time in the saddle, and has made some
interesting observations of the con
ditions that exist here. He states
that at present more attention should
be paid to the preservatun of the
forests we have than to the matter
of reforesting. He states however
that in due time the matter of re
foresting should be taken up, and in
timates that the U. S. Forsetiy
Bureau "at "Washington will lend
material aid at the proper time.
He visited the Kula forest reserve,
and expresses himself strongly iu the
matter of protecting and extending
tneso forests above the 4,000 foot
level. It is stated that Col. W. H.
Cornwell, who has a lease on some
of these lands, has offered to sur
render his lease to all above the 4000
foot level, even including some good
corn land, provided ho can secure
compensating leases on 'lands on a
lower level. Forester Hall strongly
approves of the proposition, and as
Supt. Cooper and L. A. Thurston
were in company with Mr. Hall while
he was inspecting these lands and
the Polipoli springs, it is possible
that the government will seo its way
toexchanga leases with Mr. Corn
well. Mr. Hall also visited the forest
reserves at the head of the new big
ditch, and finds that they arc being
reasonably well protected. He also
suggested the planting of rubber
trees, although productive trees are
not'so much the case of the Forestry
Bureau as are the preservation of
the forests themselves.
LAtl AliNA LINES.
At a meeting of the Lahaiua Pre
cinct Republican Club, at the Court
house on Saturday evening, a political
slate was ageed upon as follows:
Board of Supervisors C. B. Coclcett,
Rev. S. Kapu, P. N. Kahokuoluna,
A. N. Hayselden. County treasurer,
A. N. Hayselden Sheriff, C. 11. Lind
say (in the event of L. M. Baldwin
refusing the nomination) Auditor,
lkr.ry Wilkins. Road Supervisor,
P. N. Kahokuoluna. Tax Assessor,
George H. , Dunn. County Clerk,
John Ricard. Surveyor, S. Kekuewa
County Attorney, Noa Aluli.
These men are mentioned with the
view of showirfg available material
for which the dolegates may work at
the Convention. In case nominations
for the various offices are required
from this District, Lahaiua, Molokai
and Lanai will expect one Snpervisor
out. of the four mentioned on the Re
publican ticket, and probably one
more nomination for the other offices.
Over forty boys were presnnt at
Lahainaluna Seminary on Monday
morning, and several others arrived
during the week. In addition to the
teachtirs mentioned last week, Henry
Hibler will take the Department of
Carpentry. He has just arrived from
San Fi aueisco. George Miranda will
hve charge of. the printing office,
which has been moved to the eastern
end of the new machine shop. Mrs.
Marirnret B. McDonald, besides her
duties in the English Department,
will have the editorial supervision of
Hawaii's Young People. The School
buildings were thoroughly clonnsed
on Monday aud Tuesday, and th
regular studies commenced on Wed
nesday. The School year opens un
der harmonious conditions, and there
Is an encouraging outlook for the
Mrs. Rowena Hose has been trans
ferred from the Waiiuku District to
the Lahalna Government School,
where she was formerly employed.
Miss L. Kaukau will take the place
of Miss Pihi in the Lahaiua School.
Archibald D.tdds, one of the new
teachers at Lahainaluna Seminary,
has been transferred from the School
"The Morning Star," an enterpris
ing Japnuese monthly, is published
by the Japanese M. E. Missiou in this
town. H. Tamaki is the editor. The
typographical appearance of the
paper is attractive, and doubtless its
literary merits correspond.
B. B. Kuhn has been appointed
teacher at Elonokahau, and Mr.
Boardman will take charge of the
School on Lanai.
Waiiuku Braes Band Concert.
The Waiiuku Brass Band announce
their initial free concert to be given
at the Waiiuku Native Church on
next Tuesday evening, September
15. 'The following program will be
March Debut Lauren Jeau
Overture Czarina Rathbun
Waltz Vacation Schrader
Idyl .Hiawatha Moret
Selection.. Mele Hawaii. Schulmeister
Poik a Trolley Sutton
Selection. .Favorite Melodies. .
March Aloha Oe , Berger
K. ot P. Hall
SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 12, 1903
The Great American Duo
First Part A Trip to New York.
Second Part Miss Margc.retta
Mills in 'one of her Enchanting
Alan Allan, lightning change artist.
"The Widow O'Muliigan"
"The Sentimental Balladist"
"Said Aaron to Moses," and his
A real funny song, this time
Doors, 7:30 Commence, 8 o'clock.
Box plan at First. National Bank,
Admission 50 c. Reserved Seats $1.00
At Ko oi P. Hall
SEPTEMBEH 22 & 23.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
World Famous Protean Vaudeville
The f ucceps of 27 Countries
Now iu eleventh year and third
tour round the world. Has perform
ed before a greater number of Kings,
Princes, Rajas, Pashas and Govern
ors than any other entertainment iu
existence. Proof of this together
with the Sultan's medal, may be seen
at First National Bank, Waiiuku,
where seats can be booked.
Roars of laughter guaranteed for
two and one-half hours. Sublime and
"Fun without vulgarity."
Popular prices. $1.00 and 50 cts.
Doors open at T:30. Overture 8:15
Personally cornplimeuted by Prince
and Princess Kawananakoa.
The greatest success known in
Honolulu for many a long day. Each
performance crowded to the doers.
Mr. Freear returns again to play by
universal dr sire.
Read the MAUI NEWS J
Tenders For Supplying Taro.
Scaled Tenders for the supply of
Taro for Laluiiniiluua S'eir.iimry vr''-
be received at the ofiice of the L).'-
partint nt of Public Instruction, Hon
olulu, up to .Uondav.Seuteniuer 21st.
1!M:$, at 10 A. M. The bidders muU
be prepared to furnish a satifa -tory
bond for One Thousand Dollar?, for
the continued and regular delivery
of the taro. Further information can
be obtained from C. A. McDonald,
Principal, Lahainaluna. The De
partment does not bind itself to ac
cept tho lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent Public Instruction,
Honolulu, September 8th, MfCl.
Circuit Court, Second Judicial
In the matter of the Estate of Awana
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of AWANA, late of Waiiuku, Maui,
deceased intestate, to present the
same to the undersigned, Adminis
trator of said estate, at his office, in
Waiiuku, Maui, within six months
from the date of publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku.Maui, Aug. 2G, 1003.
Administrator of tho 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 ptoper proceedings in
probate heretofore had in that be
half in re the Estate of Young Quong.
the undersigned, Young Kau, of
Kahuiui, Maui, on the 25th day of
August, 1003, was duly appointed
administrator, filed his bond and duly
qualified as such, and on the same
day had issued to him Letters or Ad
ministration in ro said Estate.
All creditors of said Young Quong,
deceased, and of the Estate of Young
Quong, are hereby duly notiiied to
present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with the proper vouchers
if any exist, to tho undersigned,
either at his residence or pli.ee ot
business, in Kahuiui, 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 Kahuiui, Maui, Aug. 29,1903,
Administrator of the Estate of Young
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
Aug. 20, Sept. 5, 12, 19.
Notice of Dissolution o? Partner
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 bus!ness at
Waiiuku, 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 wh
will pay and discharge all debts an
liabilities, and receive all moneys pay
able to the said late firm.
W. T. ROBINSON.
Waiiuku, Maui August 21, 1903.
Done in presence of:
J. L. Coke.
V. A. Vetlesen,
Carries Everything, from a
J-JO grain Compressed Tritu
rate Calomel Pill to the famous
Ladies' marvel, "Whirling
First Soda Fountain on Man?.
Ice Cream served Wednes
days and Saturdays.
t. - ::Vyr -
WALL TENTS, WEDGE TENTS,
?Z. WRITE TO
S HAIR? PEARSON, & POTTER CO. LT'D4 gf
You know their use- vvejmow how to
Any kind of njaterial used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward: from $10.00
J YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THEJ
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry tho best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAEji.
Which Taey Offer and S.-ll TO THE TRADE ONLY, i
Prices and Terms Most Favorable,
We. Fear-No Competition
.S3LE AGENTS; FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
. Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION,
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as bein; equal to Koro.
Coffee in Taste and Aroma.
Two Yews Old, Sold by the C.ijr, orjlest; lantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities,
Give Oi.iv Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the L cal Market.
For prices and particulars, applyto
CHAS, COPP, - 'Makawao, Maui
Comfort for Cattle ond Horses
Kllfly 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. LT'DV .
Honolulu, H. T.
THE A1AUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and' Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas-aud Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Forn Work,
Such as Napkin Rit:8, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful A ttention.
K. ok P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI1
Mrs. J. K. Kaliookele, Business Manager
ew Shipment Coming;
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite liases.
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronze.-.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish'on nclical:oi:.N
Safe of any known make furnished.' .
J. C. AXTELL
P40. Box til2, 1013-1030 -ALAKE A St. Bm. KING 4.x b HOTEL Si8,fc ,
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