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Several ciisv'S of dengue ropuriH
in towi. ihis week. Darn hiks
quit'jcs, any way.
T. Awann's Store, Makuwuo, cur
ries a full wholesale aii'i retail line of
See llic Maui Drug Slore's new ad
this weeks. It ha;- snint thing of in
terest for tlio ladies
A .survey of Wiuluku is being nude
by the underwriters, for the imrpo-e
of rt'ac! justing fire insurance rates.
A numlvr, of candidates of both
political parlies arc in town tod.iy
and as a result, politics fire buobling.
For the choicest sr.rike in lov ti,
drop into the of ike of tliu Muni Hotel
and ask Lewis for u ',tvoftr." He's
got 'cm. ,
TVa . Pt:vadisc of lha Pacific for
October is a beautiful specimen of
the printer's art, ami its literary
excellence is marked.
There will Jj? arwling of the
Ladies' Guild iyM residence of Mrs'.
G. 13. Ribertson on noxt Tuesday
aft.-r'noon, 2:30 o'clock.
Tin; October term of Circuit Court
begins tn iie-xt Wednesday wit li u
docket of about fifty casus, of which
thirty-live arc civil cases. ,
FIKMVOOD: Orders left at the
"VVaioliuli Market will have prompt
First Cliss, niereha,ntable lumber
for salb on the beach, at S2:.0l) and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GLllSEN
WANTED! To buy a piece of laud
iii AVailuku or vicinity. Apply to
P. E. LAMAR.
; Wailuku, Maut.
A very handsome half-tone likeness
of Judge VV. A. McKay, republican
candidate for Auditor of the County
cf Maui appears in Tuesday's Adver
Actuated probably by a recent
prod in the News, the road board
have finally begun the repair of the
Waikapu brar.ch'roads, for the first
time many years, '
The state roa between Wailuitu
and Liihaioa is in deplorable condition
in places, and thej road boards should
xisu the first funds available to make
" Attorney Jas. L. Coke is suffering
from an attack of appendicitis, but
his physician Dii 'Armitage hopes
that an operation may not prove
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradieator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
P1NKNEY BROWN, Prop.
Mr. W. G. Scott and Mr. D. L.
Meyer of Wniluku hve purchased
the famous pocerpyclon from Gus
Schumao, and will use him as a bug
gy horse till time to train him for
the next races.
The inter-Uland wireless company
have reduced their rates just one
half, and noweftarge ten, instead of
twenty cents per wordj and $1.00
instead of $2.00 as the minimum and
every word counts.
. i S
Judge W, F. Crockett is proving
himself a ,'no less industrious than
able district magistrate, having
broken the record by holding an
evening term this week, which ad
journed at 11 P. M.
The October number of "Hawaii's
Young People" published at Lahaina
luna. has been issued and is quite up
to its usual literary and artistic
standard. Better things are promised
yet by Mrs. C. A,. McDonald, the new
The Kahului R. R. Co. is building
a commodations warehouse at Paia
in which to store salt petre and other
fertilizers.! They have had one depot
turned on account of careless handl
ingof matches too near salt petre
and do not propose to haye it occur
Steam Laundry-Notice. The man
agement Of the Maui Hotel has ac
cepted tbe agency for the Sanitary
Steam Laundry, Honolulu. All out
going JaunOry inusi be lefV at hotfl
by noon on Fr'u-ay. Will be returned
the following Wednesday. . Charges,
same as lu Honolulu, plus freight one
l.-P L wis. Manager,
ttars Arc Cn.i-Wiiiticrs
Tl..: r;.,,.i!:,.r monthly meeting of the
Mnir .AtMetie Associatrn was held
on Monday evening la-t. Tlio usual
reports of the oP.'cers were rend nml
iinnngst others was a report, from
i lie Arbitration Committee on the
protcstof the Wailuku I laseliail 'lVuni
regard the Wiiiluku-Morning Star
g.uiK! of August 2.'), 1SMK). The Court
reported that at the hearing cf the
protest on Sept. 28th, there was
present only Cipt. Shrador of the
Stars mid hence the protest was
thrown out and the game given the
St a r.
J!y winning the protest, tbe Stars
vii: th'jcuji. Vic? President Ro'oert
son, who donated the Cud was unable
to be present at the meeting, and lie
dpi;tis(d Dr. J. Wcddiek to present
it to whoever were the winners. This
Dr. V'eddii li did m a few well chosen
words. The cup was han led to See 'y
Garcia wh ) wili sent same to Hono
lulu iii order that the Stars famou
pame may appear on it alter which
it. passes into the possession of the
Morning Slur Club for all time.
Tlier: were twenty-four league
games scheduled, nearly all of which
wen pl.i ved.and up to tin; end of the
twc'flh game, the three leading
teams, the Stars! Ilhms and Wailu
l;:is wei-i iii'd. This gave aild.linnal
interest to the; remaining games, and
ar.d at oh: tint.' the cup seemed 10
brlong to the Jiimas, but the unfort
iiniite loss of a pivotal game to the
Wailukus lost it to them. The YVni
!; kos also st ind to win it, but toward
ti e end of il.t s-easoii so many of the
Wai'uUus lnul ' Tl thet-am that they
missed the pri..-. As it was, the
Stais won bv a small margin.
Next ye iir, if sti.:i!.' teams uiv
orgaiiueil the Nv'ws v. ill lead in an
cft'ort to securo a $100 gold cup for
tVie winners of the league champion
Ferry, "the human frog," assisted
bv home talent, gave a line enter
tainment at the Sacred Heart School
Biiildinj; last Saturday evening; His
contortions in imitation of a frog
were wonderfully realistic, and elicit
ed frequent applause. The second
part of the exhibition consisted of
moving pictures including acrobatic
aquatic and pugilistic j-ccnes. It was
announced that the performance
would bo repeated on Friday evening
The "Hoomana Naauao Church"
held extra meetings last week. Visi
tor weio present from Honolulu and
Miss. Trudy McCann's birthday
party was a very pleasant occasion,
on Saturday last.
Mrs. L. M. Vetleson is visiting
friends in Honolulu.
Mrs. F. S. Molony returned from
Wailuku Hospital on Monday.
The hunting party was quite suc
cessful on Molokai. 'The sportmen
found plenty of goats, deer, quails
It is understood that John Hose
has joined a company of musicians
that will give coucertsop one of th
china steamers. NV?t year they
will probably visit the World's Fiar
at St. Louis.
Dr. James Malony, the new Govern
ment physician, has opeaed his office
at the Laliaina, HoVl. He is a
graduate of the University of Call
A Republican rally was held at the
fish market, on Tuesday evening.
Speeches were made by several of
Wrong Again, Grandma.
The esteemed Maui News is run
ning Kepoikai for Governor. If the
Treasury will insert a few more "By
Authority" ads the News will run
him for President. Advertiser
Now isnt that 'just like dear old
grandma? As a matter of fact it
isn't the Treasurer, and it is the
'Tiscr's pet candidate for governor,
Carter who is stuffing the News at
present with "By Authorities." Ac
cuse us of ingratitude if you like, but
not with fawning; our knees are not
built that way. '.
Maul Hotel Registry
Oct. 4. F. J. Raven, Keanae.
, " 5. G. B. Sturgeon, Honolulu;
II. C. 'Halvorsen, Lahaina, A. Aal
berg, Lahaina; C. C. Crumbhaar,
Oct. 6. Capt. A. G. Lowell A Wife
Oct. 7.--J. Wfttt, Honolulu; Allen
T. Bottomly, Honolulu; C. V. Sturte
vant, (Theo. H. Davies & Co.) Hono
lulu. Oct. 8. W. HY Edgar & Wife,
(Dearbpru Dpug Co.),. Chicago.
Mrs. Sarah Conn Waters, of New
York City has been' visiting Mrs. C.
11. Dickey at Uuiku the past week
Mrs. Waters is an Island girl the
laughter of Rev. Titus Coan of Uiio
and visits the Islands for the first
time in forty years
HUItLEM At Waiclm, Maui, Oct
ober G, 1!K)3, to Mr. and Mrs. T.
liurlfin, a son.
For County Oliices.
Every Candid-ale for u Count)' of
I ice in the Counties of East Hawaii,
west Hawaii. Maui and Kauai must
file his nomination paper t the ollicc
of the Secretary of the Territory, in
Honolulu, not. later than five o'clock
t.n the ufternopuof Tuesday, October
loth, lOtKt, accompanied by a Jeposil
of Twenty-live Dollars.
No person shall be eligible fo a
County or district ollicc unless of
the age of twenty-one years, -a citizen
of the Territory, and an elector ol
the County or District in which the
duties of ine ollicc are to be exercis-
ci,, and a resident therein for three
years immediately preceding such
election and no ptrson shall hereatler
be eligible to the office of-District
Attorney who shall not have been
admitted to practice in the Supreme
Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
Nomination papers must be signed
by not. less than twenty-five (25) duly
,ualilied electors of the County for
which such election is to be held.
G. R. CARTER.
Secretary of the Territory.
C. R. JiUCKLAND
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1IKI3.
Notice of Assessment.
IIANA PLAMTATIOM COMPANY Loca.
tlnn o( pi-luciial pluoo of business:. Sua Fran
ol-:co. Cut. Locution of worksa Hnna, Mati'
Territory of Hmviitl,
Notice is h'rut),v given, tlint st a ineetliiR of
t io JJ.)uPii of Uirectora, belJ on tho lfttli day of
S Mittmbur.UHW.an assessment, No. 3,of (WM sixty
oonts fer Blmrc, was levied uyon tlio capful
t:cck of the corporation, piiynblo immediately
n . 'nited Stales gold coin to tno Treasurer, at
tlie oiUce of tlio Company, No. il5 Frem Street,
Sao Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment Khali
romutn unpaid on the Wtli day of O.-toluT, will
bo delinquent, and advertised for sale at public
a lotion; iiud unless payment Is mudo before,
will bo sold on TUESDAY, tlio 17tb day of Nov
ember, 11)113, to pay the delini;ueht assessment,
together with Hie costs of advertising- und ex
penses of sale.
J3y order of tho Hoard of Directors
s D, c, BATES, Secretary
OtHce No. 215 Front Street, San Francisco,
San Frunclsco, September 5, 1IHI3
Assessment No. 3. of ($i) Two Dollars per
share, levied June 39, 1UU3, on tho stock of tho
Huna Plantation Compauy, nus been this day
rescinded, und all moneys collected under Raid
assessment will be forthwith returned to the
stockholders who have paid the same.
Uy order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Scretary.
IN1THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT
CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Richard M. Pnlau,
late of Kaluupapa, Molokai, Deceased,
On Roadlng and Filing .the Petition of Wil
Hum R. Castle, attorney creditor aud agent of.
said deceased lu Honolulu, Oohu, alleging- that
RICHARD M. PALAU of Kalaupapu, Molokai,
died Intestate at said Kaluupapa, on the 17th
day of September, A. D. 19oJ, leaving propbrty'
In tho Hawullun Islands necessary to bo ad-
misnlstered upon, and praying that Letters o
Apministration issue to himself, said William
R. Castle, and that he be made guardian of the
property of the minor child of said Richard M.
It Is Ordered that Thursday, the 2tUh day of
October, A. D. 110.1, at HI oe'loek A. M., be and
hereby Is appointed for hearing said Petition in
tho Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Islund
of Maul, at which time and pluco all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, if any
thoy hare, why said Petition should not be
By the Court,
ex-offlulo Clerk of the suid Court
Dated September 24, 1903,
Sept. 27, Oct. Si 10
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 (evoked and cancelled.
In witness whereof 'I have hereunto
set my hand this 12th day of Sept.,
A. D. 1903.
Dated at Lahaina, Maui, T. II.,
this 12th day of Sept., A. D. 1903.
Notice is hereby given to the pub
lic that on the 21th 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 date, the undersigned is sole
T. A WAN A
LOST $10 IIeward On August
2ft, at Waihee, one bay horse ub nit 4
years old, branded a cross i.nchor
on right hip. The above rewan:
will be paid for the return of suk
horse or information leading to hi-
recovery. Add i ess
Agency Julin fowler & Co. (Leeds)
llonoh.hl, Sept. 2(5, 1 !();.
To the Sugar Planters of the Haw-
I beg to announce that after ma
tun; consideration with my princi
pals, Messrs. John Fowler & Co
(Leeds) Limited, England, as well as
with my friends the Honolulu Iron
Works Co., to whom I have sold m
entire stock of Stean Plow Sparc,
I have now with the approval of Jnhn
Fowler & Co. (Leeds) Limited, trans
ferred to the Honolulu Iron Works
Co. the Solo Agency for the Hawaii
an Islands for all the manufacturers
of John Fowler & Co. (Leeds) Limit
ed, which include Steam Plowing
TacHes, Rails, etc. and also Spares
I urn convinced that the business of
my customers will continue to receive
the utmost care at tho hands of my
successors,-and bespeak for them the
patronage which lias 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 that by
authority vested in me under Section
iao' of Chapter 3l of the Civil Law
i nave ims aay cnangco me locair.n
of the Government Pound at Ivalepo
lepo to Kamaole, Island of Maui.
HENRY E. COOPEU.
Superintendent of Public Work
Department of Public Work
September lGlh. 1903.
In the matter of the Assignments,
for the benefit of credit-.trs, of
All persons having claims against
Atung, and Cheong" Loy Co., end
formerly doing business ns 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
' Loy Co.
Date September 2.3, 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
LADIES OF MAUI!
It is' necessary no longer to write
to Honolulu for your
Face Powder, Creams, .Tooth
Powders, Tooth Wash, Toilet
Soaps, Perfume?, Rose Water,
Violet Ammonia, Hair Tonics,
Brushes.Combs, Syringes, etc.
Write US. We Carry Everything.
"Marvel" Syringes, "Fountain"
Syringes, Hot Water Bags
MAUI DRUG STORE
Read the MAUI NEWS.
1 WALL TiiNTS, VVEDGIi TENTS,
. CANOPIES, AWNINGS,
I T,IR Ilfllftili PEARSOM PQTTEE CO. L
You know their us-we know how to
Any kind of material used to suit nml
tliey'ro guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Ujjward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd..
. - YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
. WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THIS $
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry tho best Selected Stock fir ISLAND TRfA f. 2 .
Which Tacy O.Ter and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, it,
, Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fees. No Competition:
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLB JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Ri.ceive.the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION-
Recommended by tho Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Konag
Coffee in Tast? and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Big, or less QuantitiPS.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities. .
Give Our Maui Cuffeo a Fair Chance in the Local Market..
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maui.
If you want any of the following articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, Ltd.,
P. O. Box 246, Honolulu, T. H.t for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
.Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Ware,I:e Boxes and Retrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOCOS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc.
rt Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited1
THE MAUI BAZAAR,;
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wrcat'i.i, Lvjtnla II U, MU, ana
tiaskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, andiHawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
Wo Also Receive Articles ot Consignmcntu.
Order Will Rscciva Prompt and Careful Attention. .
K. ok P. HALL BUILDING , AVAILUKU. MAUIj
Mi's. J. K. Kahoakile, Business Maiiarr
New Shipment Com!ngt
Italian M krble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.)
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronze. .
i Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on ac plication.
Safo of aiy known m ike furnished.
J. C. AXTBLL
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