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Showery weather lias prevail;d qu.
Maul during the entire neek, Jj J
Nic Barber SJiop for Sale. Apply
to PINKNEY BROWN
The Ladies, Guild will mee t nt Mrs.
G. B. R-bertson's reMdunco next,
Tuesday afternoon nt 2.30 o'clock.
A very full vote was polled at
Tuesiay's election on Maui, both
parties having voted their full
The report of the Grand Jury
touching the roals on Maui should
receive the respectful attention of
the powers that be.
j. R. Bergstrotn, piano and orgaD
tuimr. Orders left with the Maui
News will receive prompt attention.
Send your orders early.
. FIREWOOD; Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
First CUss. merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, iM., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN
The News will wait awhile and
study the results ' of this week'
election before enlarging its borders
and makiug broader its phylacteries
Notwithstanding the results of the
election, the Maui News will con
tinue to turn out job work, as usual.
Give pa a chance, If you need any
Lewis & Co. the celebrated Hono
lulu grouery firm carry a high grade
of fancy: canned 'groceries and del
icacies.- '1 Writhe to them for a cat-
alogu."' :-;- J-
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The News will hereafter go to
press on Friday afteraoou, and all
mat'ter for puUlicatio'n should reach
this ontte on
Send vour films to the -Houolulu
Photo Supply Co. for development.
Thev also carry the largest ond
' choicest stock of photographic sup
plies of auy house in Honolulu.
LOST. A nold pin. emblem of
Native Sons of the Golden West, be
longiug to O. M. Atwood. Reward,
if left with 13. D. Lufkin, at the
' First National Bank of Wailuku
FOUND. On Saturday, October
24, a purcel containing clothing.
Owner can obtain same by calling
on Mr. Keauini, at Waikapu, with
in three weeks and paying for this
Twenty thousand feet of tunnel in
. in the now big diu:h on Maui have
; been completed whicti leaves 17,000
feet vet to be made. Five hundred
men ure at work on it and the tuunel
niir will be finished about next
The government is taking steps
to develop I he underground flow of
the Polipoli jnd other ' adjacent
spriugs in the upper Kula district,
... for which $5000 is available. Mr
: Carl Waldeyer will probably super-
' intend the work.
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Hono
lulu, which holds a loving place iu
the heart of every guest who has
enjoyed its hospitality has issued
beoutifully illustrated folder setting
forth its many clwums. --
This has born an unusually favor
able season so for tor cane crops on
Maui and with a reasonable amount
of warm weather between now and
the beginning of the sugar season,
an unprecedented yield will mark
the- coming season's crop.
- "in order to introduce the big
monthly magazine, The Alkahest,
we offer the same for ohe year to
gether with a Little Giant Type
writer whltfh alone costs $1.10, to
each subscriber sending us $1.50. The
subscription price- for: the1 "Alka
hest", is everywhere clso $1.00. It is
published at Atlanta, Ga., and full
, of reading and illustrations. Address
PACIFIC ENTERPRISE CO.
" Alakea St. Honolulu, H. T.
During the year 1902 we occupied
in St. Louis 403,000 square feet of
floor space, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed in St.Louis 3700 people
We paid for help $2,170,400.00.
We cut 1,701,653 animal skins.
We shipped $7,030,143.77 worth of
Engine Capacity 1500 horse-power.
St. -Louis factory output A Shoe a
SecMid. ; - - ' :.
Gents Country Club Bal $3.50 Shoes
Box t'alf and Vici. '
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE Co.
MlNCfACTVBEBS' SllOE Co., Sole
Ageat, Fort Street, Honolulu, .JL-T. J
SUPERVISORS 6j 0. a, A u ' ft i, 2 i, . i. ,
V. II. Corn well Jr. H. R (M .105 3(5 4 20S 23 20 3'J 80 fi 25 76 85 ' .4: 7-5 cl.r, t
A. N. Hayselden -R 4S 79 18 16 114 51 14 35 110 23 A 7 ' W
J. K. Hihio II. R 5 115 44 2 227 20 20 3! 3D 8 19 78 ".3 45 757 tc i
J. K. lose pa R 48 50 11 11 87 It 10 23 104 23 2n SI 45 r-;3
G. P. Kauimaknole II. R (H 90 .40 2 219 19 19 .8(i 3 4 10 !S 85 ' 42 i-7 ;- . n-
W. n. King R 43 47 10 13 154 42 11 21 103 23 . Hi 71 i') ti 525
C. L. Konkoo - II. R 02 92 39 0 .241 17 1!) 82 85 S 22 7ii 83 . 15 725 ! d
T. B. Lyons H. R CO 90 34 5 293 29 21 41 38 4 19 80 31 4U 794 'eri
T. T.Meyer R 77 57 15 13 74 11 13 32 99 23' 15 , 71 .-41 H 579.
W. F. Pogue R 43. 47 10 12 87 43 12 35 9S 23 21 74 41 ' r.",:i'
L. M. Baldwin-R.. .45 61 12 14 120 43 10 30 109 22 20 73 43 11 tiU
W. Wbite -H. R 66 115 38 2 228 16 19 34 30 5 19 76 32 42 722 e'e --1 v
COUNTY CLERK , .
D. H. Kahaulclio H. R 72 107 37 5 210 17 13 26 3(1 5 22 70 31 42 i!93 eit i"
D. Morton R 42 50 11 10 118 IS 13 45 100 23 Ki 78 44 8 616
L. R. Crook H. R. 56
Vf. A. McKay R . 46
ASSESSOR AND TAX COLLECTOR
KahaulelioH. R .66
Robinson R 44
N. W. Aluli R
J. Richardson H. R. . ,
P. Cockett H. R 57
F. Wittrock R 47
H. Howell R 47
J. K. Kahookele H. R .67
The News courteously extends
congratulations to the winning can-
didatc-s and sincerely hopes that it
may be eventua'ly justified in ex-
tending like congratulations to. the
people of MauL At present writing
however it gives one the shivers to
look over the list of winners. ' There
is no doubt but that the coalition of
thedemocrats und the home rulers,
tended to greatly strengthen the
home rule ticket, and the best men
on the ticket are from the demo-
cratic ranks. No particular iridivi-
dual strength manifested itself how-
ever, ond no matter who had been on
either ticket, the result would have
been the same.
The new ofiicials will find them
selves up against a hard proposition,
for the initiation of county govern
ment on Maui will prove no child's
play. , As tho News editorially sug
gests, our oew officers should be
given a fair chance to establish an
honest and economical county gov-
eminent, and if they fail to do so,
then it will be time enough 'to pitch
in to them,'-, t . . .
Some curiosity is felt as to
whether all the new officials will be
able to irive the required bonds. In
case of such failure on the part of
tha supervisors, the governor ap-
points, and for other officers, the
boardof supervisors holds the ap-
,,nt!nnn.r - Tt ftpphi lrklv . ah
...., .v-.-w.. j -
nnt. that. Rvral of the newlv
The total vote on Maul was some-
thing over 1,300, and the average
borne rule majority is about 100.
iiCNOR ESTEFS MEMORY.
- ' -J- iU ' cup to D. L. Meyer, president of the
Before tlje adjournment of1 the ' Club( in neat and happy speach.and
Circuit Court at Wailuku, upon ug- in turn, President Meyer presented
gestron of several members of the the cup to the Morning Star baseball
bar, a committee consisting of At- nine. At the conclusion, of this cerr
torneys D. H. Case Jas. L. Coke and nwnv tle floor was cleared, and danc
W. F. Crockett were appointed by in followed till m.iduight; when sup
Judge Kalua to drjft resolutions of per was announced after which the
respect to tho memory of the late lrjr and happy crowd of guests
Judge Morris M. Estee. On the fol
lowing day Chairman D. H. Cas pre
sented the followiug resolutions ac
companied by able and eloquent ad
dresses by himself aud the two other
members ot the committee. i
Whereas, Morris M. Estee, Judge
of the United States District Court,
for the District of Hawaii, having
been taken from ui bv the hand of
death:"- : " '.
Resolved that we, Ma,ul AJiorneye
dt thcHawailaaBar. hereby exprMs
TOTAL VOTE BY PRECINCTS
our appreciation of the fact thai, in
the passing away of Judgo Morris M. '
Estee, the community lias suffeTd
the less of a loyal and patriotic citi-
son, the bar an honored and learned
member, and the bench a just and
virtuous judge, that in Judge Estee.
Hawaii had a friend who at all times,'
felt and took a deep interest in the
well-being and advancement of this
Territory; and .
Resolved, that we deeply mourn
his death, and extend to his bereaved
family and relatives our sympathy in
this their hour of trial; and .
Further Resolved, that this Honor-
able Court be requested to spread
tliese resolutions upon the records of
D. H. CASE
W. F. CROCKETT
J AS. L.. COKE
Committee appointed by the Court.
Date at Wailuku, Maui.
October 30, 1903.
The Court, in a few and fitly.
spoken words of response, ordered
the resolutions spreud on its records,
Morning Star Entertainment.
On last Saturday evening, the
Morning Star Club gave an entertain-
mwy consisti0(? 0f a concert, dance
and supper, to celebrate the close of.
3 .. .
ine oaseoau season ana ine winning
xunos, wuoiKiss tionman ai me piano,
a . v. ' '
eauu m vnui uq ji ittvudj TVicOj oijr
accentablv rendered a program of
eight numbers, .. . . 1
At the close of the musical pro
gram Dr. Weddick, on behalf of the
News,, presented the championship
bade adieux to their hosts and left for
their homes with pleasing memorirs
of the evening's entertainment.
About 30 men who were workin
on the roads went on a strike for
bock pay last Monday, being two
months in arrears. ! A small proiiata
amount was advanced to them, and
on WednesJav morning the entire
force was laid off, until satisfactory
rrangements-aa b-Hiado to- pay.
s , ,,
In awordtinco with tho prf.-vi-i
of Section 456, Chapter -86 of t.
Laws of 1897, I have this liny s
apart a s.uit,ubliveiiclosui t.u- i:
impounding of Estrays, ul Vaii..i
nsar Kahakuloa,. District of r.Hl.aiiu
Island of Maui, Territory i f II n-. J
' HENRY E. COuPKR.
Superintei)deiit of Pubii,- Wn, .
I have this day appointed W j
Keanu Esq, Pound Master U.- t:
above men tioiu-d Poun.l.
HENRY E. COOPER.
SuperinUuiler.t of Puiii" Work
Honolulu October 29th. 19.18.
LOST-110 Rkwahd. On Aui.
20, at Waihee, oue bay horso ub'io!
years old, branded a cross anchoi
on right hip. The above rcwur.
will be paid for, the return of.su
horse or. information leading to l
recovery. Address " 1
GRANT HORNER .
mG 16 nn. oTOrv pappr tn.
LJltr It) page fllOKY FAPB.R foi
i ;. l.,i. r .
" montn a nice present free to
A-i,irKi. PAPTsnn F"VTTi,PPRTi;-
Aalrs- PACltlt. ENTERPRISE
1184 Alakea Street, Honolulu.
LADIES OF MAUI!
It is necessary do longer to write
to Honolulu for your
Face Powder, Creams, Tooth
Powders, Tooth Wash, Toilet
Soaps, Perfumes, Rose Water,
Ylolet Ammonia, Hair Tonic?,
Brushes.Combs, Syringes, etc.
' ' - . . - : . t
We Carry Everyt'nlng.
"Marvel"' Syringes,' ''Fountain"
Syringes,. Hot Water Bags ,
M AITI ' npITfJ QTfiDP
MJVl liilUU. JlUJL
WALL TENTS, WEDGE' TENTS,
?, WMKV FMSON, & POTTER CO. Lf'D, $
p iliWl Pli " Corner Union nivl llotfl Sircets
) R 'ilWVJK lJ -o,u ii r.i T &
Yo i now their use we'knovv how lcL
'Any kind of material used to sui,and
i they're guaranteed to satisfy ie nsbst -exacting.
pa ices Up V: rd from $10.0Qr
TER FURNITURE CO., Ltd..
i'LULlHG CORNER HOTEL STREET.
r VAAIN BROS.J
:-jvrni their thirty-five years experience in tiiii;
v ;)ods and General Merchandise
Business Carry '.-! i -i , stock for ISLAND TRAT
Which They Offer ;m S.-11 TO THE TRADE ONLY, it
Prices and Terms .Most Favorable.
W e istr No Competition
SOLE 'AGENTS FOR "
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders W n Roelve Mie D.-st a M)S1' PROMPT ATTENTION-,
Recommended by the MiiiMyer if .Maui Hon! as Ocin' equal to Kon:v
Coffee in Tast ! an I Aru.n::. :
Two Years O I S . . 1 in- iln B.rjr, or less Q.n:it.itii8.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Les Q iaiilitiis.
GireOur Maui Coffee a Fair Chanca in the I. wal M;ir ;et.
For prices and particulars, a;;.ly to -
CHAS. COPP, - - M-ikn'.vao, ;Mau!, .
V you wn:-any of the following articles .write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, Ltd. ,
O.JSox 246t Ho iolulu,T.H.t for prices ,
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen ;
Utensils, Agate WarejTinJWarbsJSDXjs ani Relrig- !
eratdrs, Carrara Paint, which las1 for years.
SPPRTING GOODS--Guns, Revolvers, Cartridj;es,Jetc.7ctc! '
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Liuha'a H its, M vt ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Qiilta.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc. ''"
' We Also Receive Articles on Consignments. I
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. ot P. HALL BUILDING , WAILUKU.IMAUIJ ,
vip8 J. K. Ka iooke le, Business Manager
New Shrpment Coming;
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. '
' Memorials in any material known to the.tiVide, Including bronze.
Photographs of all desigus eheerfully furnish on- aciplieation.
Safe cf onyknown makejfuraished;
J. C. AXTELL
P a Cos WZ, ALASKA Sn fim KING HOTilL.Sig.
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