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Delicious icsd drinks at the Marl
Drug Stoi e,
A meeting of th Furmrrs' Insti
tute will b held ai Wuliiuwa, OaUu,
See additional clause inserted in
"Notice to Candida tes"m this week'
Give the Maui News a chance to
bid on your jot) work, before yoa snd
it to Honolulu or the coast.
Jack Bergstrom, piano und organ
tuner for the Bergs t'rum Music Co.
will be oil Maui next week.
The Maui Wine fc Liquor Co. re
ceived another large consignment of
moist goods by last week's Nevadan.
The candidates for county olliees
have organized into squads und now
pervade Maui County fruin Molokai
A party of up country and Wailuku
visitors ascended Mount llaleakalu
this week, chaperoned by Senator C.
If you war.t yoiir hirfse shod right,
take it to Daleyvat Joe UUevera's
blacksnv.th shop, and you will be
pleased with results.
For neat rigs and good teams, the
Bismark Stables iirje still away
ahead. Ring ihenAtfp when you wish
"quick aud good service.
Electrical storms off toward Ha
waii have unsettled the weather on
Maui, and heavy rains have prevail
ed up country all week.
The people of Maui owe it to them-
i. i i
selves to liuerauy support our iuuai
band, which is coming rapidly to the
front as a first class band.
A movffmmit is on foot bv which
Haiku and Paia Plantations are to
share in tLe fat cane lands recently
sold by the Kihei Plantation.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
The recent two dollar aesessment
VkA .&MUM - '
niT und a. new assessment of
sixty cents a share has been levied.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at 922.0U and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
' ' WANTED. To buy a piece of land
in Wailuku or vicinity. Apply to
P. E. LAMAK.
There are entirely too many lirery
stahles in Wailuku for healthy coin
petition, but the riding public are
getting the benelit of the competi
The News job office is turning out
n urlltii nf 'W rnnilS ff t.h fl Vti
AU IU1VIVU Ul f " I
1,800 names, and requires 64 pam
The regular meeting of the Maui
Athlttio Association will be held at
the Court house on Monday evening,
at which the award cf the league
championship cup will be made.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
P1NKNEY BROWN, Paor.
The News has been so crowded
with ads recently that there has not
been much reading space left. The
time is not far off when the size of
the paper will have to be increased
to haudle its growing business.
W. F. Pogue and other republican
candidates are on Molokai this week,
while a party of republican candi
dates are on east Maul. A party of
home rule candidates started out
yesterday for east Maui, via Ulu-
palakua and Makeua.
The Honolulu Iron Works have
taken over the agency for Fowler's
Steam Ploughs, formerly handled by
G. W. Macfarlane, and hereafter
these doughs or any part of the
machinery in duplicate can be had on
quick order from th Iron Works.
At Maui Hotel.
On the first of October the Maui
Hotel which by 'the way has fairly
won the reputation of being one of
the leading hotels' of Hawaii' nei,
passed under new '-management; the
present manager "being Mr. B. P.
Lewis, an experieiced hotel man.
Mr.'Lew"is is a Very clever, 'affable
gentletfccn, and will do much to add
to the present popularity of the
hotel. He, with his wife, will reside
at the hotel anj us the latter is a
bright, charming little lady her pres
ence will be welcomed at Wailuku.
no less as an Important addition to
our social circles, thau as a materiul
element of home life at the hotel,
which already holds a warm place
u the hearts of its lady guests.
On Thursday evening, October 1,
the guests and friends ot the hotel
organized an elaborate banquet,
which ulthough hastily prepared,
Jeflects the highest credit oil the
uew manager aud his chef. At eight
o'clock the doors of the dining room
were thrown open and between thirty
aud forty guests were usheded into u
fairy palace i-f ferus, flowers, bright
lights and dainty napery, where
ample justice was done to the follow
ing menu. !
j Manhattan Cocktull
Cream off has Soup
Fbibo Muli,kt Sauch Taktaiib
Clurut (Ued Lubel Iub'lenook)
Cuhkibd Chicken and Hick
Uoct & Cliaudon While SjbI U.H.Mumm'8
Roast Phi and Poi
Luau Sweet Potatoes
Alliqatob Pear Salad
Nuts Fruits Raisins
Creme do Meutho
Ucnedlctine & Brandy
At the conclusion of the banquet,
toasts and speeches were in order,
and a gay time followed, during
which Mr. Lewis proved himself a
host in the broadest seuke of the
term, which added meaning to the
closing song "He's a Jolly Good
Among the guests present were:
W. G. Scott, D. L. Meyer, Hugh M.
Coke, VV. T. Robinson, John Per-
reira, Jr., A. Euos, Jr. Dr. J. YVed-
dick, H. B. Weller, John Richardson,
D. H. Case, C. D. Lufkiu, S. B.
Harry, Jas. N. K. Keola, George
Weight, Wm. Saffery, R. A. Wads
worth, J. Keenoy, J. Nelson, Dr. R.
H. Dinegar, W. VV. VVescott, Dr. P.
H. Frear, C. Waldeyer, Rev. W.
Ault, G. V. Hayseldeu, G. Schuman,
C. Hansen, W. Searby, C. Simpson,
A. do Rego, Mr. Cole, A. Belts, G.
Thorson, E. F. Deinert.
Interesting to the Farmers.
Ed. Maui News
Farming, which has been mention
ed as a drudgery from which beys
and men escape if possible, is becom
ing one of the most interesting as
well profitable pursuits of the
Improved methods In working the
soil have much lessened the physical
toil of the farmer, and improved
seeds have increased the yield of the
crops. Not only have individuals
awakened to the fact that there is a
science in farming, and schools beea
established to teach agriculture, but
the United States Government has
made a Department of Agriculture,
and organized a system whereby in
formation relating to the science of
agriculture is put before the people
in a reliable and practical way.
Experiments have been conducted
by the government on the Potomac
flats, which hitherto were a wilder
ness of rank weeds inhabited by my
riadsof iusects. These same lands
are now producing crops of celery
and other plants in which not a weed
grows and in which there are no in
sects except as they come in from
neighboring fields. These results
have been accomplished by iujecting
boiling water and steam into the soil,
totally destroying every form of plant
and insect life. An implement re
sembling a farm harrow with tubes
of steel, iostead of harrow teeth,
which are connected to a steam
on the harrow is hitched to a tractiou
engine, a pliable hose running from
the boiler to the steam drum to con
vey the steam, and is then hauled
over the field to be treated. ' Land
treated by the steam process Is con
siderably enriched, the animal and
vegetable life destroyed is converted
into nitrogenous add other fertilising
elements. While such an outfit would
be beyond the means of an ordinary
farther, being somewhat elaborate,
forthcoming experiments will include
methods which can readily be adapt
ed to farmers in general.
Astill mjra wxtderful thng has
been achieved by the United Stntes
The world's problem in agriculture
has been to secure nitrogen for plant
life. Students of agriculture have
known that bacteria on the routs of
legumes enaole them to absord ni
trogen from the air. The scientific
attention of one branch of the United
States Goverumeut has been b:rb-
ed for over a year iu en effort to
propagate nitrogen breathing bacte
ria by the billion and sending th'em
throughout the country to be used in
increasing the yield of crops from 100
to 1,000 per cent, und lidding a List
ing fertilizing to the soil. This has
boen accomplished, and it now seens
as if the agricultural of the world is
to depend on these minute creatures
reared by the United States Govern
ment. Henceforth a farmer may order a
package of fi-rtilizer by mail, iuslead
of by the ton or wagon load. A small
oblong of absorbatit cotton, the size
of a cake of yeast, containing lifleen
millions of these nitrogen breathing
bacteria enough to furnish complete
lersilization for an acre, is seut to
farmers with free directions.
Notice of Assessment.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY Loea
tlon of principal place of buslnoss, San Fran.
Cisco, Cal. Location of works, Hana, Maul
Territory of Hawaii,
Notice is hc-oby given, tbat at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 15tu day o'
Suptt'mber,ll)03,un assosHmcnt.No. S,of (60) sixty
cents per share, was levied upon the capital
'stock of the corpora t'ou, payable immediately
n United Stales gold ooin to tne Treasurer, at
the office of tbo Company, No. 315 Front Street,
San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 10th day of October, will
bo delinquent, and advortlscd for sale at 'public
auctiou; aud unless payment is made before,
will be sold on TUESDAY, the 17Jh day of Nov
ember, 10U3, to pay tbe delinquent assessment,
together with tho costs ot advertising and ex
penses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Seoretary
Office No. 815 Front Streot, Sun Francisco,
San Francisco, September 15, 1903
Assessment No. 3, of (t'i) Two Dollars per
share, levied June 29, 1003, on the stock of the
Hana Plantation Compauy, nas been this duy
rescinded, and all moneys collected under said
assessment will be forthwith returned to tbe
stockholders who have paid tbe same.
By order of the Board of Dlrectoi r,
D. C. BADES, Scrotary.
INJTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT
CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In tbe mutt or of the Estate of Richard M. Palau,
late of Kaluupapa, Molokai, Deceased,
On Reading and Filing .the Petition of Wil
11am R. Castle, attorney creditor and agent of.
said deceased lu Honolulu, Oahu, alleging that
RICHARD M. PALAU of Kalaupapu, Molokai,
died intestate at said Kalaupapa, on tbe 17th
day of September, A . D. 1903, leaving property t
in tbe Hawaiian Islands necessary to be ad
mlsnlstered upon, and praying tbat Letters o
Apmlnistration issue to himself, said William
R. Castle, and that be be madeguardlan of tbe
property of the minor child of said Richard M.
It is Ordered that Tbursday, the 29th day of
October, A. D. 1903, at 10 oo'lock A. M., be and
hereby is appointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Island
of Maui, at which time and place all persons
concerned may agpear and show cause, if any
they bavo, why said Petition bhould not be
By tbe Court,
ex-offlcio Clerk ot tbe said Coat
Dated September 39, 1903,
Sept. 27, Oct. 8 & 10
Agency John. Fowler S Co. (Leeds)
Honolulu, Sept. 26, 1U03.
To the Sugar Planters of the Haw
I beg to announce tbat after ma
ture consideration with my princi
pals, Messrs. John Fowler & Co
(Leeds)iLimited, England, as well as
with my friends the Honolulu Iron
Works Co., to whom I have sold my
entire stock of Steara Plow Spares,
I have now with the approval of John
Fowler & Co. (Leeds) Limited, trans
ferred to the Honolulu Iron Works
Co. the Sole Agency for the Hawaii
an Islands for all the manufacturers
of John Fowler & Co. (Leeds) Limit
ed, which include Steam Plowing
Tackles, Rails, etc. and also Spares
I am convinced that the business of
my customers will continue to receive
the utmost care at the hands of my
successors, and bespeak for them the
patronage which has been so fully
granted me for many years by the
planters of these Islands.
G, W. Macfarlane.
Former Agent John Fowler &, Co.
Notice is hereby given to the pub
lic that on the 24th day of August,
1903, Mr A. J. Taite ceased to be
the manager of T, Awana's store and
business at Makawao, and that since
said datei the undersigned is sole
manager thereof. -,
'LOST 110 Reward On August
20, at Waihi-f) one buy horse about 4
years old, branded a cross wnchor
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 Angus i
Reiinaun, to attend to my business
affairs in re the property left by tti y
huband, J. K. Kaulia at Kaauapali,
is hereby i evoked aud cancelled.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand this 12th day of Sept.,
A. D. 1903.
Dattrd at Lahaina, Mau'u'T. II.,
this 12th clay of Sept., A. D. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the
Governor has appointed the follow
lig" named persons members of the
Board of Inspectors of Animals for
the Port of Kahului and the Island
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii;
. W. F. McConke.y, M. D.,
Edgar Morton, Esq.,
D. C. Lindsay, Esq.
G. R. CARTER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Horolulu, September 22,
Sept. 26, Oct. 3.
Notice is hereby given that by
authority vested iu me under Section
456 of Chapter 36 of the Civil Laws,
I have this day changed the location
of the Government Pound at, Kalepo
lepo to Kamaole, Island of Maui.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
September 16th. 1903.
In the matter of the Assignments,
for the benefit of creditors, of
CHEONG LOY Co
All persons having claims against
Atung, and Cheong Loy Co., each
formerly doing business as merchants
in Wailuku, Maui (who have not
already presented claims) will please
file the same, duly authenticated,
within thirty days from date hereof,
or stand forever barred.
D. H. CASE, Assignee for
Assignee tor Cheong
Date September 26, 1903.
Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17. ;
Supervisors. W. F. POGUE
J. K. JOSEPA
W. H. KING
Sheriff. L. M. BALDWIN
County Clerk. D. MORTON
Auditor. W. A. McKAY
Tax Assessor. -W. T. ROBINSON
Dist. Attorney. N. W. ALULI
Treasurer. F. WITTROCK
Surveyor. HUGH HOWELL
Come and Convince Yourself
That We Have As Fine and
as any STORE in Honolulu
and at much lower PRICES.
picked out by US personally in
right at the FACTORY.
MAUI km STORE
Read the MAUI NEVS.'
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iii.n irii. hi waiw
WALL TCNTS, VVtiDGE TENTS,
fi IA RITE TO
You know their u$e- wo know how to
make them. ,
Any kind of material used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LtK
YOUNG BlllLDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE G3
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Busiuess Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRALJ6
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
Wi Fear No Competition
SOLE 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 being equal to Kona
Coffee in Ta3te and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the B&g, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul. ;
If you want any of the
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, Ltd!,
. " 'i
P. O.J3ox 245, Honolulu, T. HM for prices
Stoves -and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware,' Kitchen
Utensils. Acate Ware. Tin Ware.h? Boxes and Relritr
erators, Carrara Paint, which lass for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited.
THE MAUI BAZAAic
Hawaiian Curios. Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, MUs ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Rjcelva Prompt and Cireful Attention. "
K. qr P. HALL BUILDINGJ WAILUKU, MAUI
Mrs. J. K. Kahookeie, Business Manure J
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and Amerlcau Granite, Ornamental
Figures In Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials In any material known to the trade, including brbnfee.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on acplicatioc.
Safebt anv known make furnished.
P O. Dox tM2, 1013-1030 ALAKEA
PEARSON, & POTTER CON T'D.
Corner Union and Hotel Streets "ejj
1. O. Box 784. Honolulu, H. T.
following articles write
Si. Bet. KING akd tlCTEL r;