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The present torm of Circuit Court
will probably be completed by the
end of next week.
The WailukuBrass Band go to
Lahaina ktao'rrow, to give a concert
In the palm-tree town.
Send in your orders for job work
to the Maui Nsws Job Office.
Prompt, cheap and neat. .
The county seat has presented a
busy appearance this week, on ac
oount of Circuit Court being in ses
sion. Invitation curd9 are shortly to be
issued for a concert and dance to be
given by the Morning Star Club on
Saturday evening, Oct. 31.
The question of whether or not we
have a liquor law lu the Territory
has been raised in a Honolulu case,
and. will be decided on Monday.
The bi republican meeting called
for Wednesday evening at. the akat
injj Rink was postponed on account
of the heavy storm prevailing.
About two inches of rain fell dur
Ing Wednesday night's storm, most
of it near the sea, so that there wo
not high water iu Wailuku river.
The News has recently been so
crowded with ads that reading room
has been at a premium. A seven
column paper is in contemplation
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale ou the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN
WANTED. To buy a piece of land
in Wailuku or vicinity. Apply to
P. E. LAMAR.
Actine Attorney General Magoon
discovered a grand juror who couldnt
read the MAUI News, and of course
incontinently bounced him out of the
The Maui Hotel has been renovated
throughout, and present a very neat
appearance. The town is to be con
gratuiateu in ine nuiei uuu ia umu
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
n hoantjfiM the hair: to be bad at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
PINKNEY BROWN, Prop.
Thos. K. Pa of Peahl was admitted
k T.uifT. Tallin, on Thursday to
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practice law in all the Districts
Courts of Maui, and before the Cir
cuit Court at chambers in appeal
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smoke now hanging over the Paia
District, and plainly jfcible from
Wailuku is volcano smoke blown over
frnm Hawaii by the recent kona
Th Honolulu baseball league de
rOinaa in nhiv thft M&XlleaOUO this
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fall, on the ground that we are not
In their class. Next year we must
take some of the skin off of their
Judge Kalua raked the Wailuku
'police department again in his charge
to the grand jury. The News will
take the matter up after Circuit
'Court adjourns, and turn on the
The Wailuku Brass Bandfiave
received fifteen new inVruments
from Kauai, and the entire band now
contains 31; performers, although
judging from the noise emanating
from the rear of the - News sanctum
very evening, one would imagine
that. tWc were about 400 in the
Steam Laundry Notice. The man
agement of the Maui Hotel has ac
cepted the agency for the . Sanitary
Steam Laundry, Honolulu. AH out
entner laundry must be left at hotel
by noon on Friday. Will be returned
the following. Wednesday. Charges
xame as In Honolulu, plus freight one
' B. P. Lewis Manage
In order to Introduce the big
monthly magazine, Tin Alkahist,
we offer the same for one year to
gether with a Little Giant Type
writer, which alone costs $1.10, to
each subscriber sending us $1.50. The
subscription price for the "Alka
hest" is everywhere else $1.00. It is
published at Atlanta, Ga., and full
of reading and Illustrations. Address
1183 Alakea St. Honolulu, H. T.
The October term of Circuit Court
convened at Wailuku on Wednesday,
Hon. J. W. Kalua, presiding judge,
and J. Alfred Magoon of Honolulu,
The following juries were impan-
led. Grand; Jury R. C. Searle,
Foreman; V. L. Boeck, Cha. Brown,
Sam Brown. W. Cockett, M. L. Deck
er, Guy Goodness, Not Kamakau, J.
Kaonohi, W. Kauwenaole, C. D.
Loveland', T. B. Lyons, J. Makahio.
Petit Jury; Win. Anahou, J. J.
Camara, T. M. Church, J. C. Flores,
Chas. Hani, Wm. Henuing, J. . K.
Kahookele, Jonah Kaiwiaea, John
Kaluna, E. M. Kcency, L. Muhi, Wm
Meyer, J. A. Neil!, W. S. Nicoll, Wrn
Surle, F. Sommerfield, J. Schul-
raeister, David Taylor, Jr., George
Trimble, H. B. Wilkms.
Judge Kalua presented a strong
and sensible charge to the grand
jury, concluding with the following
"It is a matter of common knowl
edge in this community, that there
is gross immorality among members
of the police force of Wailuku. Con
servators of the peace must not be
permitted to live in open violation of
the law. I charge you to especially
investigate this matter and embody
your findings and your recommenda
tions iu your report.
"The obstructing of Market street
in vauuKU is en increasing evu.
There being no public market, ped
dlers and fish mongers causing offen
sive odors infest and sometimes block
the street causing great annoyance
and danger to the public, I ask you
to give this matter your attention,
and embody in your report such sug
gestions as will at least lessen if not
entirely remove this nuisance."
As soon as the grand jury had re
tired, a petty jury was called in the
case of the Territory of Hawaii vs.
Solomon Hale, cruelty to animals.
Hon. John Richardson for the defense.
The jury returning a verdict of not
Jerry Burns, Guardian vs. George
jiaonom et ei, a replevin case was
tried on Thursday, the jury return
ing a verdict for defendant.
On Friday morning the grand jury
made a partial report, to the effect
that they had investigated eight
criminal charges that being all pre
sented, and had found the following
indictments, which wene presented
to the Court, and placed on the
Terr. vs. KohikiHarataro, Assault
Terr. vs. Joe Ambrose, Assault
and Battery. 1
Terr. vs. Francisco Quirasiquo,
Terr. vs. Imai, Embezzlement.
Terr. vs. Iukua Koloa, Assault and
A communication from Dr. R. H
Dinegar was read and filed, stuting
that Foreman R. C. Searle of the
grand jury was physically unable to
further discharge his duties on ac
count of sickness, and the Grand
Jury thereupon took a recess to next
Thursday morning. In the meantime
the grand jury appointed a commit
tee of its own body, consisting of C
D. Loveland,Chairman; Sam. Brown,
V. L Boeck, Guy Goodness. W. Kau
wenaole and J, Kaonohi, to investi
gato the further matters referred to
in th charge to the grand jury.
Foreman Searle of the grand jury
Is suffering from threatened blood
poisoning, the result of an injury to
his knee, and will spend a few days at
the Puunene Hospital under the care
of Dr. R. H. Dinegar, for treatment.
After the grand jury had been ex
cused, the parties indicted were ar
raigned to plead to the indictments,
After a long illness Rev. Adam
Pali departed, this life on Friday,
Oct. 9, about 8 o'clock A. M. He was
born in Waimea, Hawaii, 66 years
ago. He studied at the Rev. Mr.
Lyons' School in Kohala, graduating
in 1862. He was married in 1863,
was licensed to preacn in the same
year, and the first field of his past
oral labors was at Waioli, Kauai. He
remained in charge of the Waioli
church for 9 years. In 1875 Pastor
Pali came to Lahaina and was in
stalled at the Wainee -Church. Al
though greatly enfeebled by asthma
ne continued to preacn, with some
assistance from Rev. E. S. Timoteo
until he was relieved from duty by
Rev. S. Kapu, the present pastor of
Father Pali's funeral took place
at the clruruli last Satftrtfay Morning
at 10 o'clock. The ministers who
took part in the service were Revt
S. Kapu of Lahaina, Rev. Martin
Lutero of Lahaina, and Rev. Nawa
hine of Waihee.
The decease of Mrs. Pali took place
0u March 28, of the present year. To
Rev. and Mrs. Pali, eleven children
have been born, ljve of whom are
now living, Hon. Philip Pali, three
married daughters, and one unmar
ried daughter. It is .in interesting
circumstance that the lamented
pastor and his von have both served
in the Hawaiian Legislature. Rev.
Adam Pali's term of office was while
the Provisional Government was in
Mr, Richard P. Hose's house is
resplendent with a new coat of paint.
After a kona wind on Wednesday
morning, there was a succession or
heavy showers in the afternoon and
all through the night.
Heavy Electrical Storm.
On Wednesday at noon at electri
cal storm began to develop on Maui
and until Thursday morning there
was a wonderful display of electric
fireworks, principally during the
night. From six to nine on Wednes
day evening the crnter of the storm
moved slowly from beyond Kahaku-
loa Point to far up on the side of
Haleakala, passing between Kahului
and Mallko Gulch. For more than
an hour there was scarcely an inter
val of a half a minute between the
brilliant flashes of lightning, some
almost blinding m their brightness,
and for over an hour there was not a
moment's cessation of the roar of
thunder, varying from sharp peals
to low muttering. During the night
the storm developed heavily on north
Maui, and the lightning struck the
telephone wire near Mr.'Searlo's res
idence, utterly destroying his tele
phone and very nearly setting fire to
The storm was quite severe in the
vicinity of the Haiku Plantation Mill,
the residence of Mr, S. E. Taylor,
near manager H. A. Baldwin's res
idence having been struck by light-
niug. The bolt struck the corner roof
of the lanai, scattering the shingles,
and ran into the gronnd, scattering
dirt and gravel. The family were in
the house at the time, but suffered
no injury save the fright and jar of
the shock. No other damage has
Lava is overflowing from the Mo-
kuaweeweo crater, according to in
formation brought by the schooner
Eclipse and furnished from reports
sent in by cowboys employed upon
the upper Greenwell ranch on the
Koua side of the mountain, not far
from Miss Paris' house whence she re
cently wrote news of a sight of the
conflagration. The Eclipse reports
an especially brilliant display, visible
from liailua, on ivriuay evening.
LOST $10 Reward. On August
20, at Waihee, one bay horso about 4
years old, branded a cross unchor
on right hip. The above reward
will be paid for the return of said
horse or information leading to his
GRANT HORNER .
For County Offices.
Every Candidate for a County of
fice in 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
Honolnlu, not later than five o'clock
on the afternoon of Tuesday; October
13th, 1903, accompanied by a deposit
of Twenty-five Dollars.
No person shall be eligible to
County or District office unless of
the age of twenty-one years, a citizen
of the Territory, and an elector ot
the County or District in which the
duties of the office are to be exercis
ed, and a resident therein for three
years immediately preceding t such
election and no person shall hereafter
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
qualified electors of the County for I
which 6ucb election is to be held.
G. R. CARTER.
Secretary of the Territory
C. R. BUCKLAND
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903.
BIG 1 page STORY PAPF.R for
12 monlhs a'tid nice 'present free to
you, po.-tpaid, on receipt of 25 cents,
silver or 1 cent stamps. Also premi
um list and - cututigue sent free.
Address: PACIFIC ENTERPRISE
1189 Alukea Street, Honolulu.
IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT
CHAMBERS IN PROUATE.
In the maltorof the Estateof flloli'urd M. Paltrt
liitu of Kitlitupnpn, Mblnkai, Decensuil,
On Reading and Filing .the Petition of Wil
liam R. Castle, attorney creditor nod agent of
said deceased iu Honolulu, Oahu, alleging that
RICHARD M. PALAU of Kalaupapu, Molokitl,
died lnUJNtnto at Raid Kaluupapa, on m, 17th
day of September, A. D. 1903, leaving property,
In tho Hnwjillim Islands nocc-wary to on ad
mlsnfottored upon, and praying that Letters of
ApminlHtrution ishue (o himself, until William
R. Castle, and that ha be mado guardian of the
property of the minor child of said Richard M.
It Is Ordored that Thursday, tho 39th day of
October, A. D. 19U3, at 10 oo'lock A.' M., be and
herohy in appointed forhearlug said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Island
of Maul, at which time and place all pcrsots
concerned may nppoar and show cause, if any
tlicy have, why said Petition should not bo
Uy tho Court,
. . ,,. HENRY SMITH,
ox-oMclo Clerk of the said Court
Dated September 23, 100.1,
Sept. 27, Oct. S It 10
Notice of Assessment.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY-Loia,
tion of principal place of buslueis, San Fran
Cisco, Cal. Location of works, Hana, Muul
Territory of Hawaii,
Notice is hereby givon, that ot a meeting ot
tho Board ot Directors, held on the 15th day of
September,lB03,n assessment.No. 3,of (Wl) sixty
cents ror share, was levied upon the capital
'stock of the corporation, payable immediately
n United States gold ooln to tno Truasuror, at
the office of the Company, No. 315 Front Street,
San Francisco, California. '
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the lllth day of October, will
be delinquent, and advertised for sale ut public
auction; and unless payment is mado before,
will be sold on TUESDAY, the 17th day of Nov.
ember, I9U3, to pay the doliagucht assessment
together with the costs ot advertising and ex
ponses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary
Office No. S15 Front Street, San Francisco,
San Francisco, Soptembor 15, 1903
Assessment 'No. 3. of (12) Two Dollars per
share, levied June 29, 1903, on the stock of the
Hana Plantation Compauy, nas been this day
rescinded, and all moneys collected under said
assessment will be forthwith returned to the
stockholders who have paid the same.
By order of the Board of Dlreotors,
o. C. BATES, Scretary.
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, Maul (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 lor Cheoug
i Loy Co.
Date September 26, 1003.
Sept. 26, Oct. 3,' 10, 17.
Supebvisobs. W. F. POGUE
, . THEO. MEYERS
' J. K. JOSEPA
Shebiff.-L. M. BALDWIN
County Clerk. D. MORTON
Auditor. W, A. McKAY
Tax Assissob.-W. T. ROBINSON
Pist,' Attorney. N. W. ALULI '
Treasurer, F. WITTROCK
Subvetob. HUGH HOWELL
LADIES OF i MAUI!
It is necessary do longer to write
to Honolulu for your
Face Powder, iCreams, Tooth
Powders, -Tooth Wash, Toilet
Soaps, Perfume?, Ro6e Water,
Violet Ammonia, Hair Tonics,
Brushes.Combs, Syringes, etc.
Write US. We Carry Everything.
"Marvel" Syringes, "Fountain"
Syringes,. Hot Water Bags
MAlll DtiUti STORE
( WALL TENTS, WEDGE TENTS,
7$ VAR1TE TO
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"7" w i'.
I I H I Pi t"L M. M. J W IV MM
You know their use- we know how to
Any kind of materia! used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO Ltd;
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET. 3?
HV7VIA.N BROS, j
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods and General Merchandise ..t
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE.
Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT T0BACC0S32
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTi PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by tha Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kona
Coffee in Taste and Aroma. ,
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by tho Ton er (Less Quantities. ( ,
Give Our Maui Coffee 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,1;
P. O.J3ox 246, Honolulu, T. H.tf6rprices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Xitchen ,
Utensils, Agate WareTin Warejce Boxes and Relrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited
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THE MAUI BAZAARi
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Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
daskcts of Hawaiian Manufacture, and, Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' NfSt Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles, on Consignments.
Order Will Roccive Prompt and
K. op HALL BUILDING r
Mrs. J. K. Kahooks le,
New Shipment Coming
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Italian Marble, Scotch and American Grauite, drnameptal
Figures U ttaliatl Marble on dranitd Bases.
Memorials In any mateVial known to the. trade, includiiig bronze1.
'Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on ac plication.
afe of any known make. furnished.
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P 0. Bo. 642, lOifc-1030 ALAKEA St. Bit. KING and HOTEL St?.
l. u ii ikir I II ill!
w. uox iB4.riuiJu.uiu, j. tr
Careful A ttentfon.
Bu slness Manager.