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First Class, men-bunt
for sale on Hie beach, ut
up, M., per f pot cash
WANTED. To buy a piece of IuikI
ia Wailuku or vicinity. I Apply to
P. E. iAmar.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
ami beautifies tlie hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
PINK.SEY BROWN, PROI
The first concert of the Wailuku
Brass Band given on Tuesday oven
ins was a brilliant success for which
the leader and members deserve the
highest commendations. They give a
concert at Kahului this evening.
A meeting of the Maui Racing
Association hns been called for next
Friday evening, Sept. 25, at the
Wailuku Court House, and matters
of extreme importance are to be con
sidered.. Every member of the As
sociation is earnestly requested to
make a note of the date and be on
For Supervisors; W. F. Pogue,
Thco. Meyers, A. N. Hiyselden J. K.
Josepa, W. Hv King.
For Sheriff; L. M. Baldwin.
For Auditor; W. A. McKay.
For Treasurer; F. Wittrock.
For Tax AssessorjW. T. Robinson.
For County Clerk; David Morton.
For District Attorney.N. W. Alt 11.
For Surveyor; Hugh Howell.
The above is the ticket named by
the republican party of Maui in con
vention, and if the home rulers are
equally judicious in iheir selection of
- -i . .1 tnt fniim 1 ii n Hi p n the
people of Maui will have cause to
The convention was called to order
with promptness on Monday morn
ing by Judge J. W. Kalua. A com
mittee on credentials was appointed
.consisting of Hon. H. P. Baldwin, D
Kaai and M. II, Reuter. They soon
.tui.nofl ivit.Vi n. rpiiort. which was
adopted, seating the. delegates herc
i tofore mentioned iu the News, only
; two proxies beiug held, that of J. A
Mahoe by Dm Hi Kabaulelio and that
, of George O. Cooper by Hugh Howell,
v Lanai not being represented there
were only 3li delegates.
. Then came the matter of perma-
, nent organization, which was to test
. Kalua's strength in the conventio.i
Judge Kalua and Hon. H. J. Bald
i win were placed in nomination, and
the result of the ballot proved to be
Kalua's Waterloo, by a vote of 23 to
i 12 in favor of Baldwiu. W. F. Pogue
. was chosen ice president, David
. Morton, secretary, and H. A. Bald
i W. F. Pogue moved the appoint
mont of a committee on rules, and
the following were appointed; W. , F.
. Pogue, S. Keliinoi, S. E. Kalama, R.
.. C. Searie. D Kaai. The convention
then took a recess till 3 o'clock p. m.,
to give the committee time to report.
( Promptly at 3 o'clock the chair-
, man's gavel fell, and the commltle,e
ou rules presented their report,
' which was adopted.
On motion, the convention pro
ceeded to select the county com-
, mittee by precincts, the following
committee beijg . selected; D. H.
. Kabaulelio, Geo. H. Dunn, R. C.
Searie, S. Keliinoi, H. P. Baldwin,
. Dr. J. H. Raymond James Scott,
' George Copp, S. Kalama, W. E. K.
;. Maikai, W. F. Pogua,..M. H. Reuter
and J. K. Kapoi.
Thereupon a motion was made by
, S. Ke'iinoi to take a recess to 7 o'clock
p. m., to give the delegates a chance
. to meet in caucus and discuss can
didates. Judge' Kalua opposed this
and urged that the convention ad
journ till Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock
This was Kalua's last serious fight
for control of tliOijconvention, and
. when Keiiinoi's motior. carried by an
, overwhelming majority Kalua gave
up the fight, declining even to go into
the caucus, although strongly urged
by the party leaders to do so., This
was of course fatal to the hopes of
those who, had expected Kabul's sup
. port for their candidaey, because of
course the cauaus,, harmonious,
would practically settfe the fates, of
the aspirants. 1 It is evident that the
work of the caucus was', barruonioup,
because at 7.30 the convention rea&i
sembled to complete Its work..
Upon calling the meeting to order,
,;he first order of bu.siness.-wa ..the
nomination ut uperv!tors. end the
nomination and choice of the i-onven-iion
by ballot were us follows:
First District; Thco. Meyers 20; D.
'II. King, by
F. Pogue, by
31; C. Coekett, 5V;
Fourth District; W
Fifth District; J. K. Josepa 2(5; E.
M. Htnuna, if).
The next nomination was for sheriff,
L. M. Baldwin, and D. H. Kahaulelio
tieing placed in nomination, although
Kahaulelio had really given up the
fight earlier in the day. At this
point Judge Kalua rose and in an im
passioned speech scathingly de
nounced the present administration
of Sheriff Baldwin, pronouncing the
police department as "'rotten, " and
even mentioning the names of some
of the delinquents, and referred to
his unavailing efforts to have the
last grand jury overhaul the police
: department. While makini; no
charges against Sheriff Baldwin, save
that he was physically and mentally
incompetent, he placed on his should
ers the shortcomings of the police
department, and the fact that some
of his charges against the police had
some foundation in truth lent vigor
to lib statements, which by the way
were delivered in Hawaiian, and lost
none of their piquancy and force at
the hands of Hon. John Richardson
who had kindly consented to act us
Kalua's interpreter, and who evi
den thy enjoyed the task of serving up
Kalua's "roast." Kalua concluded by
placing in nomination M. H. Reuter
of Hana. The ballot was then taken,
with the following result; L. M. Bald
win 27, Reuter 8, Kahaulelio 1, Ka
haulelio having thrown his two votes
For auditor, W. A. McKay and
David Morton were placed in nom
ination, and the vote stood; McKay
19, Morton 16, blank 1.
For county clerk, David Morton
and J. JN. l. Jtveoia were placed in
nomination, the latter by Kalua,
and the vote stood; Morton 25, Keola
F. Wittrock of Hana for treasurer
W. T. Robinson of Wailuku for tax
assessor, and N. W. Aluli for dis
t.rict attorney wero each nominated
by acclamation without opposition
lhe nominations for county sur
veyor were Hugh Howell of Hana
and J. K. Kahookele of Wailuku, and
the ballot stoouj Howell, 21, Kahoo
This completed the nominations
and terminated the work of the con
vention, save a resolution introduced
by W. O. Ainenl as follows: Whereas,
the term of Governor Dole will expire
on June 1, next, be it hereby
Resolved; that it is the sense of this
convention of Maui County that the
governor should be selected from
amongst the residents of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, and not from the
Dr. J. H. Raymond moved toinscr
the name of George R. Carter as th
choice of the convention for Governor
but after some discussion he with
drew his motion. The resolution was
then amended to read that copies of
it be sent to President Roosevelt, th
president of the senate and th
speaker of the. house of congress,
With this amendment, the resolution
wi adopted, and the convention
adjourned sine die,-.
Ttesday morning the - county
committee met and appointed an ex
ecutive committee consisting of W
F. Pogue, chairman, S. Kalama, vice
chairman, S. Keliinoi, secretary, H
P. Baldwin, treasurer, and George
Copp. This committee will make ou
and manage the coming campaign
with headquarters iu the Lovejoy
Co. building on the corner of Main
and Market street,
Lahaina Social Event.
One ot the most successful social
gatherings ever experienced in La
haina occured last Saturday, the
12th mst, the occasion being the anni
versary of Mrs. R. G. Ford one of
the most popular society belles of
that place. Only a limited number
of her personal friends had been in
vited for the affair, which was held
in the Pioneer Mill Clubhouse, of
which Mrs. Ford is the energetic
manager but a most enjoyable time
was had by all present.
The spacious lanai outside the din
ing hall was tastefully and lavishly
decorated with, (lowers ud green
while numerous electric lights trans
formed tire dark night into brightest
day. " ' '.
An eXeeJlewt strings band furnished
music fer those of the guests incline
trip thd light fmtustie toe hm!
inu'iiig watt the principal feiilun- of
the rv:Miing pleasantly interpersMi
ilh conversation and splendid sen -
tlons on the gramophone for which
Mrs. Ford has recently acquired 8
reat variety of fine new records.
The entertainment progressed
usly until midnight, when'toothson e
refreshments wero served, and th
m-'i e sedate utnong"thc guests bet: n
to depart, while the young peop e
continued the fun with great zest for
Mrs. Ford enjoys a well merited
reputation bf being an ideal hostt ss,
nd if possible outshone herself on
his occation, makii.g every body fer
t home and charmed, witn the evei -
ing's entertainment, so it was will
genuine reluctance that the gues:
finally bid her goodnight, every body
voting the evening a most happy at d
njoyable affair and wishing their
charming hostess, a great mar
ippy returns of the day..
Notice is hereby given to the puV
lie that on the 24lh day of August.,
1903, Mr A. J. Taite ceased to be
the manager of T. Awana's store aw:
business at Mnkawao, and that since
aid date, the undersigned is sole
T. A WAN A
LOST $10 Reward. On August
20, at Waihce, one bay horso about 4
years old, branded a cross anchor
on right hip. The above reward
will be paid for the return of said
horse or information leading to his
I hereby give notice that the power
of attorney which I issued to August
Reimann, to attend to my business
affairs in re the property left by my
husband, J. K. Kaulia at Kaanapali
is hereby i evoked and cancelled.1
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand this 12th day of Sept.
A. D. 1903.
Dated at Lahaina, Maui. T. H
t'lis 12th day of Sept., A. D. 1903.
COUNTY . NOMINEES
SurcuvisoRs. W. F. POGUE
J. K. JOSEPA
W. H. KING
Shebiff. L. M. BALDWIN '
County Cleric. D. MORTON
Auditor. W. A. McKAY
Tax Assessor. -W. T. ROBINSON
Dist. Attorney. N. W. ALULI
Treasurer. F. WITTROCK
Surveyor. HUGH HOWELL
At K of P. Hal
SEPTEMBER 22 & 23
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
World Famous Protean Yaudeviile
The Success 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 togethe
with the Sultan's medal, may be teen
at First National Bank, Wailuku,
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 complimented by Prince
and Princess Kawananusoa.
The greatest success known in
Honolulu for many a lonE day. Each
performance crowded to 'the docr
MrFrfeeurreturns again to play by
Tenders i;or S ipi'.vin; Tneo.
Sealec! Tei.dert for the supply of
Taro for Lalia'm:uuun Seminary will
be received at the nflice of the De
triment of Public Instruction, Hon-
lulu, up to Monday, September 21st,
ll03, at M A. M. The bidders must
be prepared to furnish a satisfactory
ond for One Thousand Dollars, for
the continued nml reguiur delivery
of the ta'-o. Further information can
be obtained from C. A. McDonald,
Vincipul, Ijuiiaiuuluna. The I e.
prtment does not biud itself to ac-
tt the lowest or anv bid.
A LATA U T. ATKINSON,
S inerintenilenf Public Instruct!' n.
Honolulu, September 8th, !!:.
For County Offices.
Every Candidate for a County of-
ice m the Counties of East Hawaii,
west Hawaii, Maui and Kauai must
file his nomination paper at the office
of the Secretary of the Territory, in
Honolulu, not later than five o'clock
on the afternoon of Tuesday, Odtober
13th, 1903, accompanied by a deposit
of Twenty-five Dollars.
Nomination papers must be signed
by not less than twenty-five (25) duly
qualified electors of the County for
which such election is to be held.
G. R. CARTER.
Secretary of the Territory
C. R. BUCKLAND
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903.
Circuit Court, Second Judicial
In the matter of the Estate of Awana
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby eiven 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 office, 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. 26,1903
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 Young
Pursuent to proper proceedings ia
probate heretofore had in that be
half in re t'ae 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 ot 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 the undersigned
either at his residence or place of
business, in Kahului, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, within six mouths from
the date of this notice, (said date be
ing the date of the first publication
of said notice) otherwise sucn 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.
Come and Convince Yourse
That We Have As Fine and
is any STORE in Honolulu
and at much lower PRICES
picked out by US personally in
right at the FACTORY.
MAUI DRUG STOR
WALL T5NTS, WEDGE TENTS,
m a i r .
You know their use- we know how to
Any kind of material used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from Slb.OO
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TCIE3
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Unsiness Carry tlio best Selected Stock for I-sLAND TRAl".i
Which They Oiler and Sell TO THE ..TRADE ONLY, ft
Pricea and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES;
Order Will Receive the B.nt an.l MOSTiPROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kora
Coffee iu Taste arid Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Ra.2, orilessJQiianlities. 1 .
Fiesh Crop Sold by'tbeTouor Lcs,s Quantities.
Giva Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market. . .1
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Alakawao, Maul. fc
If you want any of the
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CCX Ltd.
P. O. Box 246; Honolulu, T. H.,forprices
Stoves and Ranges Crockery and Glassware, , "Kitchen
Utensils, , Agate Ware, Tin Warcjce Boxes and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lass for years. ,
SPORTING, GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, 'etc., etc.
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited.
THE MAUI BA2AAR
. '.'il'. I
Hawaiian Curios. Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapis and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rins, etc.
Wc Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Reccivo Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. op P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. K. Kahooke -e, Business -Manuger
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.. . .
Memorials in any material known to the trade.'induTmjrbronxe.
Paotojrraphs of nlHlctil'ins rheerfu'ly furnish or. aupV.cat'.or..
Safe of aay known male furnished. - .
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PEARSON, POTTER CO. LFD. jsj
Corner Union and Hotel Streets
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