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Wailuku Plantation Mill wil sUiV
to grind in the now crop about the
first of December.
Leo Hop will regu'dd und refrainc
your old mirror?, making thoni qultr
ns good as new. Try bira.
Hereafter the News will always I u
mailed in lime to catch the up-counti y
traiu on Saturday .norning. , ,
ThanksyiviiiL' Dav was celebrated
In Wailuku wtih turkey tltfers and a
football ;ame at Wells Park.
Nice Barber Shop for Sale. Apply
to PINKNEY BROWN
The Mavi News Is a paper of
"general circulation," und as such
can legally puolish all classes of
The Bismark Stables Co. still hold
the banner for nice teams and neat
rigs. Ring them up when vou want
to get there.
Has not . the time arrived when
Wailuku should attempt to organize
a literary society? There ii plenty
of taleut to make it a success.
The Wailuku Band Concert atKa
hului last Friday evening wusft pal
pable hit, ana a large crowu was in
attendance to enjoy the music,
t Awana's Store at Makawao carries a
wholesale and retail stock of country
.produce, as well as a carefully select
ed line of dry goods and groceries.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
There will be an auction sale of
household goods, etc. etc., this after
noon at 3 o'clock, opposite the Wul
uku depot, Jas. L. Coke, auctioneer.
FOR SALE.-One first-clas Brake
with pole. Oak finish. Newport make.
P. O. Box 38, Makawao.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per Epot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T.. GREEN
The merchants of central Maui are
pomplaning of dull times: Just tiQW, but,
with the starting up of the mills and
' the arrival of the new county officers,
there will be a general revival of bus
Dont forget the sale, of fancy ar
ticles at Alexander House this even
ing begir.ninsr at seven o'clock sharp.
Admission, ten cents. Call and look
at the pretty things on exhibition,
even if you dont want to buy.
Those who. advertise in the Nfws
really have something to "sell. This Is
peculiarly true of the Maui Drug
Store at the post office corner. Call
and see Vejlesen's lines of choice ci
gars and fancy goods, including all
varieties of stationery.
The Thanksgiving football game
practically broke up in a row, rfwing
the fact that Thompson And Palea of
the Wailukus and Meyer and Sar-
dinha of the Stars were notcureIy
locked up in an iron cage prior to
calling the game. The umpire was
Mr. W. G. Sco't, Wailuku's lead
ing amateur horticu'turalist, ispruu
trig his large collection of rare gera
niums., and chrysanthemums, and
offers .through the Nr.ws to give slips
of these rare plants to all who will
ask or call for therh at his residence
The big grocery house of Lewis &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, present an at
tractive address in our columns to
the 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 ou orders amounting
to 120.00. Send Foil Catalogue.
.1 . ;.t
in St. Louis 405,000 iquare feet of
floor space, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed in St.Louis 3700 people
We paid for help t2,170,400.00.
We cut 1,701,653 animal skins.-
We shinned $7,030,143.77 worth of
shoes. " -i
'Engine Capacity loOOihors-pdwer.
St. Louis factory output A Shoe a
Gents Country Club Bal $3.50 Shoes
Box Calf and Vici. V . ' '
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE Co.
.jlANCFACTUILEas' SlIOK .Co.- J , Sole
Agent. Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
MAUI NEWS BUYS
A deal of some magnitude was con
summated iu Wailuku this week, by
which the proprietors of the Maui
News have become the sole owners of
the Maui Hotel in Wailuku, and will
take, ever the possession and' man
agement of the hoslelrie, on the first
Mrs. G. B. Robertson, formerly of
the Windsor, and later manager of
the Maui Hotel will assume the man
agement of Ihc Hotel, after u brief
Christmas trip to the Coast. In the
meantime Mr. B. I'. Lewis who has
recently been the manager, has kind
lv consented to continue as manager
until Misi Robertson's return.
The property known as the Maui Ho
tel has led a chequered career during
lis short lire. In 1900, Mr.W. H. Field
organized a stock company known
as the "Maui Drug Co., Ltd.,"
with the view of establishing a dru
store at Wailuku. The majority of
liie stock was subscribed and paid
for, the proceeds of which were usnd
iu the construction of Ithe building
now known as Je, Maui HoteU T!;e
proposition to establish a dt ng stor
was temporarily defe-red nnd the
building was fitted up as a Intel with
W. H. Field as manager. Not satis
fied with results, Mr. Field was su
perseded by Mr. A. T. Hagenkamp,
and he in turn ty Mr. Peterman, as
manager. Finally, in April, 1902,
the company, then some five thou
sand dollars in debt, secured Mrs.
Robertson as manager, after which
the hotel began to pay. During the
past summer, Mr. Carl Waldeyer a
stockholder in the Company, com
promised and settled the debts of the
company, taking an assignment of
them to himself. He then called on
the stockholders to "make good"
but rather than do so they turned
over their shares to Mr. Waldever,
who thus became the owner of prac
tically every share of tho Company's
Mr. Waldeyer then;, secured the
services of B; P. 'kewjs.an gxperienc
ed and competent, hotel man, and
started the bOte.l,,on ,u new career.
Finding however that the duties and
cares of the concern interfered too
seriously with his other business, Mr.
Waldeyer has sold his entire stock
?,nd interest in )Lhe Company and
hotel to the proprietors of the Maui
News. . , ,'
Under, the new ownership and
management it is a safe promise that
the many friends and guests of the
present owners will find it "just like
olJ times" when business or pleasure-
again brings them to Maui.
Ladies' Guild Bazaar.
The Ladies', Guild pf. Wailuku have
decided to bold a Bazaar at the
Episcopal Church pn Saturday after
no3u, December 5, oue week from
The Guild will offen a large assort
ment of beautiful fancy articles for
sale, just the thing for Christmas
presents, and refreshments will be
served on the Church lawn during
.the afternoon, at a nominal sum.
.The display of fancy articles will be
arranged in the Guild room of. the
.Church where IheyrCan be seen. to
advantage. A general invitation is
extended to all lo be present to enjoy
the social gathering and see the
pretty things'. The ladies of the
Guild have long been working hard
to make a success of the Bazaar, and
their efforts, po less than the worthy
cause for which tho Bazaar is given,
should insure the brilliant success
The regular grinding season com
menced at the Pioneer Mill on Mon
day morning. .
Principal McDonald, of the Lahaina
luna Industrial School, is conv aloscent
from at attack of -the dengue fever.
Mr. Wren Wescottt and', three
other young men from Puunene have
beu visiting friends iu Lahaina. Mr.
Wescott gave a very acceptable
recitation at the Kindergarten enter
tainment. MissN. A. Holdcn's Concert iu aid
of the Kindergarten was gratifying
success last Saturday evening; Every
seat was occupied, the audience was
select, and the programme was quito
entertaining. Tho vocal and in
strumental music was of a high order,
and the? singers and performers fully
desrvedl the generous applause
which they received. About 10 was
netted for the benefit of the School.
Mr?. Ford -nd n very fiiisniri'iim
opening of the Lnhaina Emporium
Inst SuUmhiY uf tiTuvnii and ev,-i,intr
Tliey has a choice collection of at
tractive, iroods. Icecream will be on
sale ovtry Tuesday, Saturday and
Sunday afternoon uitd evening,
several years ago.
Alexander House Sale.
Tl.tre will be ti Mile of fa ne v ur-t
tides at Alexander II'iusc Saturday
evfiuiiL' Nov. 2$.
All kinds of needle-Work, nvr.i-
graphy, children's dresses. Inuhula
work. Tasninniun-iihell Icis. water-
color work and a beautiful oil paint
ing of Lanai will be on sale. " 1
A short musical programme is to
bo rendered. An admission of 10
cents will be charged. Doors open
at 7.00 p. m.
kamaunO est a
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is here by yivqn that under
and by virtue of the, power of sale
contained in that certain indenture
of Mortgage dateij. thth day of
January, A. D. 1RIJS, executed, ac
knowledged and ffvlivered by Kama
unu Hanalei, asttbrtiragor, und join
ed in by Naaikauna Kamaunu, his
wife, in token pf her release ot dower,
both of Laha,ina, Islands of Maui, to
tho Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
a corporation created, existing and
doing business under the laws of the
Territory of flawaii, Moi tjjagee, said
mortgage having been given to se
cure tlie payment of Three Hundred,
Forty, and one-half (340.50) Dollars,
drawing interest at the rateofs-jven
per cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
and pow to be sold because of
the non-pavrrientofsftid principal sum
and interest thereon due, which said
mortgage is recorded in liber 179, at
pagss 10 and 11, in the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances at Honolulu
and which is still held and owned by
the said Pioneer Mill Company, Lim
ited, the said Mortgage intends to
foreclose said mortgage for condition
broken, that is to say: for non-pa-ment
of 'he' principal sum therein
named, and for non-payment of in
terest, as by the terms of said mor
Notice is likewise given, by said
Alortgagee, the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, Limited, that, alter the ex
piration of three (3) weeks from the
date Of this notice; towit, on Satut
day, the 14th day of November, A
D. 1903, at twelve o'clock noon of
said da3', said mortgaged property,
for the -reason hereinabove stated,
will bo sold at public auction, at the
entrance to the court house at Laha
ina, Maui, (at which place the Decern
ber terms of. the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit have heretofore been
held).. -,. ,
Terms of sale: Cash at the time of
purchase. . .
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding)
sale, ami .of 'property to be sold, ap
ply to D, ..H.' Case, attorney for
Mortgagee, at Wailuku, Maui.'or to
tho fioneer Mil1. .tXimpany, Limited,
at Lahama, Mum. i.
PIONEER MTLL COMPANY, LTD,
Date this 16th day of October, 1903,
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
The following is & description of
yie property conveyed by said mor
tgage, and which will be sold:
' "All those pieces and parcels of
land situate at Moalii and Kapuhakea,
Lahaina, which are described in
Royal Patent No. 8453, L. C. A. No
6700 to Habalei, containing an area
of 6 acres, 2 roods, 32 rods, more or
less, and which were conveyed from
the said Hanalei and Pukui to Ka
poaimoku La a (w) and Kamaunu, by
deed date May ISth, 1868, of record
in liber 25, on pages 374 and 375,"
and conveying, all of the mortgagor's
right, title and interest, witli.: all of
the privileges and appurtehances
2531 Oct. 27 Nov. 3, 10. ..,
At tho special instance and request
of Kamaunu -Hanalei, mortgagee
above named; said foreclosure sale
has been, anil is, continued and post
poned until Saturday December 5th,
1903, ut which time und place said
mortgaged property will be sold at
the same hour, and under the same
terms and conditions as hereinabove
set forth. 4
PIONEER MILL CO. LTD.
D. II. CASE
Atty. for Mortgagee.
Origtual notice also publinlied in
Newspaper JvuQkoa, dates Oct. 23,'
30, Nov.l? , 19, 190.
Notice to Candicintes for County
The attention of candidates l
County Offices is drawn to the follow-
inir Sections of the Rules and Reg
ulations for Administering Oaths nnr
Holding Elections, ns amended by an
Act 1o Provide a Government for,
the Territory of Haweii:
Sec I ion -HI.. Within twenty du
following any eiectioieucli candidate,
und each ayeiit or committee nctin;
for or on behalf of any candidate.
shall file-with the Secretary of tin
Territory an iletnizeii statement of
his or their expenses by for, or on
behalf of such candidate or election,
showing each amount expended, the
the purpose or object for which each
expenditure was. made, and I he per4
Son or persons to wh irn made; which
statement shall be sworn to by each1
person 'making such expenditures,
and shall be open to public inspection.
Statement When no Expenses are
Section 32. If a candidate or any
asjent or committee acting on his be
huh' has or have incurred no expenses
on account of such election! he and
they shall file within twenty days
after the election with the secretary
of the Territory, a sworn statement'
setting forth such fact. '
Expenses Legally Incurrable.
Section 33. The following expenses,
and no other, inav bo legally incur
red by or for a candidate for election
as Senator. qr Representative, Viz.:
1. ...His personal expense as a can
2. Expenses of printing and ad
vertising. , . ,.v
3. Cost of stationery, apd postage.
4. Expenses of public- meetings, j
5. Rent and supplies of coiniij'ttee
rooms not to exceed one for each
i 6. Salaries of not more thin one
clerk and two messengers for each
7. Salaries of uot more than onc
watcher on election day only, at
each yolling place.
G. R. CARTER
Secretary of the Territory.'
C. R. BUCKLAND,.
' - r . Electoral Reg istrar.,
The Capitol, Honolulu, November
In accordance with the provision
of Section 456, Chapter 36 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 110 Reward. On Ausust
20, at Waihee, one bay horso about 4
years old, 'branded a cross anchor
on right hip. The above reward
will be paid for the return of said
horse or infbrmntiou leading to his
GRANT HORNER .
Puunene - .Maui.
BIG 16 page STORY PAPER for
12 months and nice present free to
you, postpaidj on receipt of 25 cents,
silver or 1 cent stamps. Also premi
um list and catalogue sent free.
Address: PACIFIC ENTERPRISE
CO. i '
1189 Alakea Street, Honolulu.
YOU DID NOT KNOW
That we have the largest assort
ment of CIGARS on Maui, hav
30' Different Brands
x to 25c Each.
The boys who know something
about CIGARS, the real connois
seurs, buy them from LTS. Why
' not you?
MAUI Dpi STORE
V.X VETLESEN, Proprietor
ff: v A i i TFiNTC wnnnn tfimTR.
:3t IAR1XE TO
the linjtemifSOPOTTERXOIOT; a
-tt oRDiift Ul Oft 1"THfl!TTT
KgagtiatanB , 84. Honolulu, IJ. 1.
Box . 'Co u
You know their use-we know how to
make, their. ,
Any .kind of material used to suit and
they're guaranteed tosatisfy themost
Prices Upward from $10.00
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD,?.
Which They Offer and Soil TOJTHE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Moat Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
. SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and
Orders Will Receive tbe Best and MOST PltOMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Mwl Hotel as being equal to Kona
Coffee in T? aste and Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantises.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffeo a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHASi COPP, - - MakawaoyiMaui.
IT' you want any oT the "following articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd;
P O.uBox 246, Honolulu, T. H, for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Ware,Ice Boxes and Reirig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., e c
. i ' .
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Corresponds ice solicited
THE MAUI AR
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Ltaihala UaU'Mats ana
baskets of Hawaiian Manufactura, ahiHawajian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Eirds' Nest Fern Work,.
Such as Napkin Rins, etc. , .
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Reccivo Prompt and Careful Attention. .. ' .'
K. of P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKUJMAUlj
Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business Manager,
New Shipment Coming
; t . . .
Italian Marble, Scotch and ;American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. ..
Memorials in any material known to the.trade,1'iiitiudiiig bronze.
Fhotographs of all des'gus cheerfully furnish ou acplication.
Safe of acykndwn makcfurnisheJ... . ,
P O. Ecx t42, 1013-1C50 ALAKEA
1 H O ?3!
CROSS CUT TOBACCO
Sr. Cet. KING And IIOTtL Szj,