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Who is the Viue-President of Hie
United Stales? .
Quite a number of travelling men
arc ilyi::g business on Maul this week.
It is rumored that it is tho inten
tion of the home rulers to materially
reduce the polieo force on Maui.
Niep Barber Shop for Sale. Applv
to P1NKNEY BROWN
1 The leading topic of conversation
now on Maui is us to how many of the
home rule county oHiceri will be able
to give bonds.
The passenger depot at Kuhulul'ls
erected, and about ready -pf the
painters. It presents a very neat
und attractive appearance.
It is about time for the. Maui mer
chants to hustle their Christmas tids
into the News, that is if they have
any Christmas goods tlris year.
Dont overlook Lewis & Co's nd.,
if you want $ line o' jjroreries 'that
you cannot get on Maui. Anyway,
writo to them for a catalogue.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waioliuli Market, will have prompt
FOR SALE. -One first-class Brake
with pole. Oak finish. Newport make.
P. O. Box 38, Makawao.
First CUss, merchantable lumber
for sale, on the beach, at 122.00 and
up, M., per. spot qa,sb. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN
The two Hawaiian K. of P. lodges
o t Maui held a joint-, celebration tft
tie first' anniversary of LumpCna
Ljdgu at Laha'mai last Saturday
A meeting of the stockholders of
t ie Maui Wine & Liquor Co. was
h . -Id on Tuesday evening, at which
considerable business of importance
The Kahului R. R. Co. have adopt
el the excellent idea ot running a
-permanent time table in the News,
which will prove a great convenience
to the travelling public on Maui.
LOST. A gold pin, emblem of
Native Sons of the Golden West, be
longing to O. M. At wood. Reward,
. if left with 0. D. Lufkin, at the
First National Bank of Wailuku.
FOUND. On Saturday, October
24, u parcel containing clothing.
, Owner can obtain same by calling
on Mr. Keanini, at Waikapu, with
in three weeks and payiug for this
The Wailuku Plantation cane crop
is maturing rapidly these warm days,
- and the wide areas of green cane,
topped with a soft purple of waving
tassels, make a series of beautiful
. The beach road between Wailuku
and Kahului is covered with small
boukiers in places where It was re
cently overflowed by storm tides.
Half a day's work will put it in good
In order to Introduce the big
monthly mngazine, The AtKAtlESt
we offer the same for one year to
gether with a Little Giant Type
writer, which nlono 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
PACIFIC ENTERPRISE CO.
Alakea St. Honolulu, H. T.
The big grocery bouse of Lewis &
- Co.i Ltd., Honolulu, present an at
tractive address in our columns to
tho economical Maul housewives.
This concern has been 'a household
word to the people ot Maui for the
past 20 years. Their mammoth es
tablishment in Honolulu is only equal
ed by one grocery on the Pacific
Coast. They pay careful attention
to mall orders, and solicit Maui trade.
Freight prepaid on orders amounting
to $20.00. Sesd Fob Catalogue.
During the year 1902 we occupied
in St. Louis 405,000 square feet of
floor space, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed in St. Louis 3700 people
Wc paid for help $2,170,400.00. ,
AVe cut 1,761,653 animal skins.
We shipped $7,030,143.77 worth of
shoes. . i . - i
Engine Capacity 1500 horse-power.
St. Louis factory output A Shoe a
Gents Coiintry Club Bal $3.50 Shoes
. Box Calf and Vici.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE Co.
ManuVactbehs'- SiioE Co., Sole
Atftat, Tort Stmt, Honolulu, EL T.
AUDITOR MEYERS' REPORT
On yesterday morning, Auditcr
Meyers' report recently filed wrs
considered in opan Court. It reads
as follow: I
Hon. J. W. Kalua;
Judge of Court of Second Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
Iti complitmee with your request, 1
lave ejri'.mined thu records and ac
counts of the Clerk of your Court,
wliich the urund jury report to have
f mud in an Uhsatisfaetory state.
As th- result of my investigation T
found that the Cash Book had not
been balanced Rince Dee. 31, 1002. I
balanced the same niul loui.d that
there should bo on hand Oct 17, 1903
as per C. B. Page 134, $2,026.48
Not entered In Cash. Book
as should have been, Mch.
3, 1903, Lcong On 1.10
Mel;. 3, 1903: Young Sing 1.10
Inly 1, 1903, Kahuuaole vs.
Mrkaulu, , 3.00
June 25, 1903, Attorneys
admitted to practice 4 at
$5.00 each 20.00
The above 4 items were duly en
tered in Bines A Costs Book during
'he aid respective months and n
mounts remitted to the Treasurer,
hut not, entered in the Cash Book as
t he svstem of Book-keeping required.
These items have now been enter
d in Cash Bock which-shows a bal
ance of $2,05L68.
From the records at hand there ap
pears to be yet due jurors and other
creditors of the Court for expenses of
Dec. 1902 term and also June 1903,
the sum of $607.75, nhowing the
amount of cash that should bo on
I. Deposit In Bank of Bishop
& Co. to the creditof L. R.
Crook, ClerkSecond Cir
cuit Court ' 44.89
2. Deposit in First Nat.
Bank. Wailuku, less $1000.00
it being the balance of a cred
it of $2,000.00 to be used for
payment of expanses of Oct
ober term of Court ' $1,779.18
This amouutalso stands to the
credit of L. R. Crook, Clerk
3. Deposit to the credit of
Clerk, Second CircuitCourt,
being amount of cash given
me by L. R. - Crook" $792.20
Cash items as follows;
4. Jurors paid by L. R. Crook
for October term of Court 31.20
5. Paid by L. R. Crook, Maci
News, acct. Oct. term of
' Court 12.00
Total accounted for $2,659.47
I checked the Fines A Costs Book
from Oct. 1902 to September 1903
both months inclusive and found the
same to agree with the respective
amount deposited in the Treasury.
No,entry in the Book for October
has yet, been made. , '
I checked all the postings from
Cash Book to Docket Books and
Fines and Costs Book from Nov. 1,
1902 (the date when a representative
of the Audit Office was here) to Oct.
The Docket Books were carefully ex
amined.' They contain about 150 ac
counts with various sums on deposit
Madt alistof same which aggregated
In addition there are 14 ac-
counts which have over
drawn amount on deposit,
Thus showing a balance of $2,160.23
Mch. 25, 1903, Cash Book 120
a deposit J. H. vs. Chock
Wai et. al. was not enter
ed in this book 1.10
The following items were
paid but not entered in
this book. Sept. 2, 1903 :
C. B. 133 stamps appeal
bond Ferreira vs. Ferreira 1.00
Sept. 15. 1903. C. B. 133,
Henry Smith, re Ferreira
vs. Ferreira 5.75
June 5 to 26. 1903, inclusive 17
items in Fine A Costs "Book,
pa ue 63, not posted in this
July 3, 1903, Mrs. T. L. Hay-
selden, Fines A Costs Book ,
Page 64, cot posted in this
Representing the balance on
acct. of deposits in Docket
Books, No. 1 and 2 to be $2,033.58
Compared account of cases
that were sent up from
lower Court on appeal
and found two omissions,
Mch. 19, 1903, Long Oa . 1. 10
Mch. 19, 190.1, Viking- Pii.g 1.10
? iff' i . . a.uo
not having been entered in CashHook,
There are a number if m-ctf. in
Docket Bonk, the rnt in winch
should I if- Entered in Fines A C'ltt
book und remitted to the TreuMirtr.
t urn not surprised at 11. grnrd
j ii-y expressing their vh-vv at to il e
condition in which thev found the :t -counts.
I uNo found them in an
eminently unsatisfactory state. While
tin re is ti.it the slightest suspicion i f
criminality in the mutu i', there are
numerous instances of p.' re negli
genre which desi i ve a considerable
degree of censure. In the matter of
pay of jurors and other creditors of
the Court for Dec. 1902 and June
1UU3; there was no appropriation
from which the former dated el-jims
could he drawn until after June 22,
19t)3. A warrant wa drawn din
ing July in payment therefor Uul, was
made payaolf Sept. la. 1903. And
for June claims, two warrants were
drawn bolh date Ju.y 25, 11KI3 and
made payable also on Sept. IS, 1903.
There not being a sufficient balnnce
in the then existing appropriation to
settle these June claims I called Mr.
Crook's attention to the matter, who
fortunately was in Horo-ulu at that
time. It was owing to his exertion
that an' item to cover the amount
needed was placed in a lull which
passed on the iast day of the session
of the Legislature und approved h
the Governor, July 11, 1903.
Two of tl.ese warrants were reg
istered for Bishop & Co. Sept. 18,
1903, and One for Bank of Hawaii
Sent. 21, 1903. They bear interest
ut the rate of 5 percent and have
not yet been paid. '
Mr. Crook maniged to obtaiu the
cabh for these warrants without
being subjected to u discounts and
the money in now available to pay the
balance of all of those claims.
HENRY C. MEYERS.'
Upon consideration of the report,
the Court made the following order:
Iu the aboved entitled matter, tin
accounts and records of L. R. Crook,
Clerk of this-Court, Laving been ex
amined aid there' being no cause for
not reinstating him, therefore '
It is heroby Ordered, that Mr. L.
R. Crook's suspension from office be
set aside, and that he be reinstated
in office from this date; and he is
hereby ordered to post his account
books up to tho 30th of September,
1903, and to make entries of all re
cords not yet recorded, and to do all
matters and things pertaining to his
Office necessary to be done.
To enable the said Clerk, L. R,
Crook to complete his work in ac
cordance with the above order, the
Deputy Clerk is hereby ordered to
make record of all matters and things
pertaining to the business of this
Court in records provided by the Jud
iciary Department for the purpose,
and that they be kept separate and
apart from the records of the said
Clerk, and .to .include all business
transactions since the 1st of Oct
The Mealy Bug.
A scalo insect, locally known as
"Pear Blight" which damages the
Alligator pear, and also infests the
fig, guava and bread fruit trees, has
drawn forth Press Bulletin No. 8
from Entomologist Van . Dine, who
describes the insect as follows:
"The mealy bug, ot the Alligator
pear is an insect of the same family
as the scaie insects, the Coccidae of
the order Hemiptera, or true - bugs.
A few generalizations, on the group
to which the mealy bugs belong, ace
necessary in order to understand how
to fight insects of this class. The
family, which includes the scale-in-seces,
mealy-bugs, ami related forms,
represents" the most injurious group
of insects with which the horticul
const here in the tropics has to con
tend. ' All the female Coccidae are
covered by a wax-like scaly, pow
dery or cottony secretion. The males
are minute forms, winged in the adult
stage, and seldom observed. The
waxy covering of the females offers
more or less resistance to the action
ot the various sprays and washes
used to destroy them. This is espe
cially true 'of those having a coverlug
consisting of a hard scale, acting as
it dees a protection to the insect it
self and a place of concealment for
the eggs. The waxy covering or
scale, and not the insect itself, is the
"The Bulletin issued recommends
the following active measures for
checking the ravages of the mealy
. Tbe standard ramedy. for mealy-
bug is lcro.-"'ii,im:l.--;gn. Tj.is is
lie best knovn''V d tl''1 ui::vii.:! ii
sccticide for biting ar.d sucking in
s 'ets. (Tin cpjeftion of iiv-'-et'i ide-: 'oi
'itirg and stieWrt:'g inserts U d !.-. t;s
c I in I.ulielin o. 3 i f I his S'.i'ioii.i
Wiiide oil sc!ii(sl.aved Mn.-i -.i nnd
W.tfer . . . . ! gai'on.
Kerose,)!' 'J '.: i:i- 'tis.
Dissolve the soap in the water while
i' is l:-'ii!ing over n lire.. When lie
sonp is : liiirriu:;,!y iso!v(d, rt?ll:r.V'
the solution : ;tro ('.!; a nee fe in tin
'ire :n,d add tho c ml-, ';'.. Thorc'.hly
churn the mi:; tnr'; f:ir a few :n '-.r outs
until it hi'.s ti creamy eei,. ' - t--: cy. 1'
the mij ti re is well nn'.de, the oil will
not rise to the i'-irfiwe nr. st ar.tiint:.
Should "any do $', i; si-oriU (..e sl.'ti,
ined oil before using. The i burtiiiv.'
is usually done with a force-p-eno b
pumping ll'.e mixluri bio-k ;t
self, vi'-.inj; a nozzle throw in: : (,ir( t
slrcMii. This is the st.-vk I'-.tio:
and will keep several weeks. Whci
van ted for use dilute, for the 'pcar
bludit." one part of tl.e stock mixtu:
w'tn ft; teen parts of water nrd .".; !'
to iho infested trees with a spiy
pump. This iui:;tu.-e can bA main In
an empty oil-Yin I rum wide!: the top
has beyn removed."
Bund Concert. '
The Wailuku Brass Hand, under
direction of J. Sehulnir istcr will ren
der the following program in the
grounds of the. Native Chure.ii at
Wailuku an Tuesday evening. Nov
17th, and at Kahului on Friday even
ing, Nov. 20th, l'lll."..
Moth concerts will b.'gin at 7:;in
March A two-step -"Morning Stars'
Overture "Philomel" llyd
Medley Waltzes -"Old LUack Joe"
A seh l-i
Selection Favcu ito Melodic.
Si hul-.nei it er
dy I Hiawatha .... Moitt
Overturi Czarina ... ...... i.'atl.Lun
March Und-r the Double E.icle . .
In accordance with the provision
of Section 456, Chapter 30 of the
Laws of' 1897, I have this day set
apart a suitable, enclosure tor the
impounding of Estrays, at Waihali,
near Kahakuloa,' District of Lahaina,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works.
I have this day -Appointed W B.
Keanu Esq, Pound Master for the
above mentioned PounJ.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu October 29th 1903.
LOST-$10 Reward. On August
20, at Waihee, one bay horse 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 bis
DIG 1ft page STORY PAPER for
12 months and nice present free to
you, postpaid, on receipt of 25 cents,
silver or 1 cent stamps. Also premi
um list and catalogue sent free.
Address: PACIFIC ENTERPRISE
CO. ; !
1189 Alakea Street, Honolulu
LADIES OF MAUI!
It is necessary no longer to write
to Honolulu for your
Face Powder, .Creams, Jooth
Powders, Tooth Wash, (Toilet
Soaps," Perfumes, Rose Water,
Violet Ammonia, Hair Tonics,
Brushes.Combs, Syringes, etc.
Write US. We Carry Everything.
"Marvel" Syringes,' "Fountain"
Syringes, . Hot Water Bags ;
MAUI V DRUG STDBE
I " 5
,?t . ,,M.?.l,r,Vl y ,,rw,,,n ;f
WALL TENTS, WBDGti 'i'ENTS,
IS CANOPIES, AWNINdS,
& WRITE TO
Yoy know their use- we know how to,
Any kind o? material used tq su andj
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most -
Prices Upward from $10.00
RTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
YOUNG BULEINS CORNER HOT V STREET.
JWITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
. Dry Goods and General Marchanlise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAFE
Which They Offer and Sell TO JTHE TRADE ONLY, at.
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SO -E AGENT 4 FOR
L1TTLB JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES;
Orders Will Receive the Bfst an:l MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of M"ui Hotel as being equa' to Kor.aJ;
Coffee in Taste an 1 Aromn. -
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Q janlities.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities,.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Lcal Map'e-t..
For prices and particulars, apply to
CIIAS. COPP, - - Makavao,'lMaul,
If you w nt any of the fo!!oving articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, Ltd., .
P. O.tfBox 246, Hoiolulu, T. H, for prices
Stoves and Ranges, . Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen i
Utensils, Agate Ware,JTinWar;,h2335ti3 and Re'ri
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cirtrids "etc., 'c'.cj
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solic teij
THE MAUI BAZAAR..
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, LtuhiUi II tt, M it, am
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and tlawaiian Q jilts.
t Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
, Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. op P. HALL BUILDING WAILUK UJMAUIj
Mrs. J. K. Kaliaaksle, Business Monuer
New Shipment Coming, j
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Orhamental '
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials in any niaterl.il known to tho traJc, including bronze. j
Photogrphs of all designs cheerfully furtiish- on RCDlication.
Safe of any known makelfumished. i
J. C. AXTELL i
' P. O. BOX4J12, 1W8-1050 ALAKEA Srf-BCT-. KING a.vb HOTKL.Sta'-. j
mi vVm s--rMTr m
V rtASiUil. i: rill 1 i K CU. 11 ii. ?S
Corner f'r.ion nnd Hotil Strcrts J
P. O. Box 784. Honolulu, H. T.