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The home rulers are to give a biff
luau'at Pnla today ut ihkki.
The Maui HoU-1 changed ouncri
ond management on Jce,m ber 1.
Especial attraction for .the boys
and girls this P. M., at the liuzuur.
The teachers of jaui held a Teach
ers' Meeting on Mommy al Wuiiuku.
A golden opportunity to buy Christ
mas gifts for your fru nil-i this lifter
noon at the Hazaar.
Eggs are paiiifjlly scarco on Miiui
at present aim liens seein toft-el per
fectly indifferent ui'out it.
All kinds of fancy articles lor f-ule
at reasonable prices at llio Church
The Wailuku Piantutiou started up
the first of the veel on this beason s
ruu of cauu grinding.
Refreshments served at the Lauies
Guild from 3 to (J P. M. bat. e. 5lh
Come early and huve a no"U lime.
Beef cattle on Maui are now rolling
fat, and the' Wuiiuku uiai kets are
serving1 delicijus roasts and steuks.
The ladies of Wailuku liiiu ihe Maul
Drug Store a great convenience ow
iog to the choice hue of fancy goods hi
Attend the sale ol the Ladies Guild
at the Episcopal church this alter
noon from 3 to 0 P; M.
There was a successful sale of
Christmas goods at Alexander House
on Saturday evening, and the supply
is not yet exhausted. ,
The Ladies' Guild hold their bazaar
on the lawn and in the guild room of
the Church this atteruoou. Refresh
ments at nominal cost.
Nice Barber Shop for bale. Apply
to PINKNKY BROWN
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
FOR SALE.-One first-class Brake
with pole. Oak finish. Newport make.
P. O. liux 38, Makawao.
P' First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at 22.0l) and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
The Maui Soda & Ice Works, Ltd.,
yesterday received per Novadan a
large assoi tment of California' fresh
fishand eastern oysters.Apply early.
Try for a prize at the shooting
gallery under the direction of Mrs.
J.N. S. Williams, at the Ladies Guild
,. If you waut auy thing in the line of
office desks or office furniture, call on
or write to H. Hack f eld & Co., Hono
lulu. The very tiuest goods carried
at the lowest, possible prices.
i The regular monthly meeting of
the Maui Athletij Association will be
held at the Courthouse on Monday
. evening at which important business
j ,' will be transacted.
;'. A choice line of fresh cigars and
' x cigar rates in stock at the Maul Hotel
office. Drop in and try one.
The Maui Hotel, under its new
J. -ownership and management is once
more running as smooth as silk, and
is proving Us reputation as one of
the best and most popular noteis out
side of Honolulu.
On last Saturday and Sunday an
abnormally heavy surf ran along the
east coast of Maui, overflowing tho
beach road at Kahului and the road
across Maliko Gulch, with the force
'of a tidal wave.
There will be a mass meeting of
the citizens of Wailuku held al the
Courthouse this "(Saturday) evening
at'seven o'clock for the purpose of
taking steps to organize a fire com
pany. All are Invited to attend.
A program of ruces has been pre
pared for the holidays at the Kahuiui
track, and will appear in next week's
During tha year 1902 we occupied
V in St, Louis 41S5,000 square feet of
floor space,, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed in St. Louis 3700 people
We paid (or help $2,170,400.00.
'.We cut lj76f,653 animal skins.
!'W shipped $7,030,143.77 worth of
lEngine, Capacity 1500 horse-power.
St. Louis factory output A Shoe a
( Gents Country Club Bal $3.50 Shoes
Aox Calf and Vici.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE Co.
.Manv'acturbrs'. Siwft ... Co... ;-Sole
Agent, Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
A NEW KAHULUI
Anyone going to Kahului, will note!
at a glance, Hint considerable changes
hove recently taken place in the vic
inity of the wharves. Most notable
amongst these is a sinal1, but very
fittrticlivH passenger station, built
somewhat on the style of those one
sees when travelling along tho line of
the Southern Pncilic Railroad. The
building consists of a miun office
titiout 18x10 floor space, with owing
on each side, of . 22x18 eiich, which
tho Kahului Railroad Co. will Ihrow
open as wnitii.g rooms for the use of
The yards iilso present on altogeth
er different appearance, since the re
moval (!r the old, light rails which,
owing to the limited space at the
command of the former owners of
the Railroad, were laid flown ir. a sort
of wormv way. A r.ew solid 45 pound
rail l,ns replaced the old ones, the
sharp curves have been taken out,
and switches of the latest pattern
lead from one truck to another. .The
yards have been leveled off and cover
ed with rich red loam, through which
already grass can be seen, so that in
time-the new yards will repre sent in
appearance, a well laid out lawn. On
the mauka side of the depot, the
open space is being filled in with good
9oN also, where the Railroad Com
pany intend to lay out a miniature
park, with a neat fence and a drive
way all around it. Among other
improvements most notable is the
largo addition to what is knorn as
the freight warehouse. This building,
originally 40x150 is now enlarged to
60x225, with a single track through
the middle, thus affording two im
mense floor spaces on eitner side.
The main office of the Kahului Rail
road Co. will be moved towards the
beach about 100 feet, giving room for
additional track space, and easier
approaches to the lumber yards and
warehouses. The Company further
intend enlarging their sugar ware
house so that an additionsl 10,000
bags of sugar can be stored, and be
fore the opening of the sugar season,
there can be stored in Kahului at one
lime (1,000 tons of sugar, besides al
lowing ample room for the large in
coming freight which the Claudine
and the big steamers continuously
bring to Kahului.
The writer was at Kahului last
week, and in conversation with the
Superintendent, the matter of freight
rates was mentioned. ,We were then
shown a little pamphlet which the
Kahului R. R. Co. issued some six
months ago,and although this pamph
let is to be had for the mero asking
by anyone, yet wo doubt whether the
public has taken due notice of its
contents. The pamphlet contains a
complete freight tariff, and should be
carefully perused by anyone sending
or receiviug freight. Upon close cx
amination we find that the complaint
made soma time ago, in regard to
the what was called excessive freight
rates charged by the K. R. R. Co. is
without foundation. Our attention
was called to the rates on numerous
Items, as they appear in the freight
tariff. For instance, Metal Lined
Bath Tubs, are carried for J rates;
the same with bones. In the interest
of fruit growers, boxes are carried
for rate. The Interests of the char
coal burner are well taken of, as the
Railroad Co. takes 40 bags at the
rate of ono tou. Empty containers
for poultry, etc. are returned free of
oharge, and others at J rate, taken
on the basis of 1J pound per gallon
capacity. Fish, an article which is
so lamentably scarce in these Islands,
is taken at net weights, with the
weight of ice and packing thrown in.
Furniture, which has heretofore al
ways been a source of expense to
anyone buying or shipping same, is
carried at rate when new.but when
second-Iiand, it is carried for rate,
thus giving people, who through
change of position are forced to move
about some, a living chance. Hay,
an article which Is considerably used
in this community the K. R. R. Co.
carry for J rate, and ice, is carried
for J the usual charge. The liquor
dealers have eomo in for their share
of consideration, inasmuch as the ob
jectionable custom to lay an extra
heavy freight tariff on this commod
ity has been entirely done away with
by the K. R. R. Co. Liguors of all
kinds are now carried on the same
basis as any other merchandise. The
shipping of live-stock, especially
where the same is done by sea, has
received tha attention of the Kahului
Rai'toad Co., and considerable re
ductions ha ve been made all along thjB
line, especially in the case it live
poultry,, of which a goodly amount
leaves this Island, and which the Rail
rond Co. rariies at J rate. Feed
Stuffs are taken at their actual
weights, which in the ense of bran and
barley, means considerable saving to
'.he shipper. It is evident that the
R. R. Co. wishes to encourage tho
planting of trees, as it offers to carry
them in crates, and "protected" at
Wc tnetition but a few of these rates.
A close examination of the entire
tariff will reveal the fact that the
alps arc more than reasonable, and
can well afford comparison with the
rates charged by oher Railroad
Corporations on these Islands. For
instance, the O. R & L. Co. clinrge
on an average $2.20 per ton, the Hilo
Railroad Co. $2.00, tho Hawaii Rail
road Co. $2.00, for what tho Kahului
R. R. Co. charge $1.00, without tak
ing into consideration the numerous
reductions and exceptions made on
the different classes of merchandise,
by the latter company. Even taking
tho Railroad charges In conjunction
with the lighterage charges, ihc K.
R. R. Co- is still way below the rates
charged by the other three named
Companies for Railroad charges alone
There has been much complaint in
regard to excessite charges made on
single shipments or packages, 40
cents being charged as a rule for
freight from Honolulu on a package
to' Kahului or any other station on
tho line of the railroad. While this
may seem high at first glance, it Is
well to bear in mind that the clerical
work in connection with the 40 cent
package, is fully as much as with a
100 ton single shipment. So that, all
things considered, the charge is just
ified to'a larger degree than is com
monly taken for granted. The News
pointed this out to the Superintend
ent, and wishing to accomodate the
public at large, he showed his willingness-
to make a suitable reduction on
his end of the line, and to at once
take up the matter with theWilder's
Steamship Co., so that in the near
future, Vve may look forward to more
reasonable rate on such small ship
ments us we all are in the habit of
getting from Honolulu and other
places. At present however.any pack
age from Honolulu, although it may
have cost only ten cents carries a
charge of 65 cents delivered in Wai
luku, apportioned as follows; 25 cent,
steamer freight, 15 cents lighterage
and railroad freight and 25 cents
for delivery from the depot, when
handled as a separate package by
In conclusion, it is evident, that the
present K. R. R. Co. management is
very anxious to consider the wants
and rights of the public, which cer
taiuly is evidenced by the improve
ments made at Kahului, quite a num
ber of which are certainly for the
benefit of the public.
Miss Horner has received from Dr,
Miyata a beautiful basket of artificial
flowers, manufactured in Tokyo. At
first sight almost anyone would think
the flowers were natural, so perfect
is the skill of the artistic manufactur.
er. Another present from Japan is a
very handsome fan.
A small structure, intended for a
Chinese restaurant, has been built
near Mr. Hennlng's residence.
Mr. Valentine is one of the engin
eers on night duty, at the Pioneer
Mill. Aupunl Hayselden is quite suc-
cesful as a sugar boiler.
Wireless Operator Kinney has con
siderable artistic talent. He has re
cently completed a fine sketch of La
nai and the wreck of the Kllohana,
Mr. Kinney's brother is captain of a
large steamer, running between Bos
ton, Mass., and Yarmouth, N. S. As
the trips are discontinued during the
winter months, preparations are be.
ing made for an excursion to the
Mrs. Decoto was the guest of Mrs.
McKay at Wailuku last week.
Mr. Henry Dickenson, Miss N. A.
Holden and Miss Ivy Richardson at
tended the teachers' convention in
A Congregational church was dedi
cated on Lauai last Sunday, and del
egates from Lahaina were present.
A young man named Noa dieJ of
pulmonary disease on Wednesday,
and the funeral took place on the
following day. His health and
strength have been gradually failing
for a year or more.
VENDER CAM ERA OUTFIT
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P. O. Bus 23L, Honolulu.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE' OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is here by given that under
and by virtue of tho power of sale
contained in that certain Indenture1
of Mortgage dated the 8th day of
January, A. D. 1898, executed, in.
knowledged and delivered by Kara
unu Hanalei, as mortgagor, nnd join
ed in by Nnaikauim Kamnunu, his
wife, in token of hor release of dower,
both of Lahaina, Islands of Maui, in
the Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
a corporation created, existing ami
doing business under tho laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, Mot tgagee, said
mortgayn having been given to se
cure the payment nf Three Hundred,
Forty and one-half (fcUO.oll) Dollars,
drawing interest at the rate of g-ven
per cent per annum, payable semi -annually,
and now to bo sold because of
the non-pavmentof said principal sum
and interest thereon due, which said
mortgage is recorded in liber 170, at
pag?s 10 and 11, in the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances a t Honolulu
and which !,s still held and owned by
the said Pioneer Mill Company, Lim
ited,the said Mortgage intends to
foreclose said mortgage for condition
broken, tliat is to say: for non-payment
of 'he principal sum therein
mimed, and for non-payment of in
terest, as by the terms of said mor
Notice is likewise given by said
Mortgagee, the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, Limited, that, alter the ex
piration of three (3) weeks from the
date of this notice, towit, on Satur
day, the 14th day of November, A.
D. 1903, at twelve o'clock noon of
said day, said mortgaged property,
for the Teason hereinabove stated,
will be sold at public auction, at Ihe
entrance to the court house at Laha
ina, -Maui, (at which place the Decem
ber terms of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit have heretofore been
, Terms of sale: Cash t. the time of
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of property to be sold, ap
ply to D. H. Case, attorney for
Mortgagee, at Wailuku, Maui, or to
the Pioneer Mil'. Company, Limited,
at Lahaina, Maui.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY", LTD.
Date this 16th day ol October, 1903.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
The following is a description of
the property conveyed by snid mor
tgage, and which will be sold:
"All those pieces and parcels of
land situate at Moalii and Kapuuakea,
Lahaina, which are described in
Royal Patent No. 3453, L. C. A. No.
6760 to Hanalei, 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 Laa (w) and Kamaunu,- by
deed date May 18th, 1868, of record
in liber 25, on pages 374 and 375,"
and conveying all of the mortgagor's
right, title and interest, with all of
the privileges and appurtenances
2531 Oct. 20, 27 Nov. 3, 10.
At the special instance and request
of Kamaunu Hanalei, mortgagee
above named, said foreclosure sale
has been, and is, continued and post
poned until Saturday December 5th,
1903, at which time and place said
mortgaged property will be sold at
the same hour, and under the same
terms nnd conditions as hereinabove
PIONEER MILL CO. LTD.
D. H. CASE
Atty. for Mortgagee.
Origiual notice also published in
Newspaper Kuokoa, dates Oct. 23,
30, Nov.tt , 19, 1903.
YOU DID NOT KNOW
That we have the largest assort
ment of CIGARS on Maui, hav
30 Different Brands ,
5c to 25c Each.
The boys who know something
about CIGARS, tha real connois
seurs, buy them from US. Why
V. A. V
V fi Ax!n;A
l1 T .A SJf
. 1 Tor.'u- r: Cmdilion Tnlilelx
3 Eczema & Man-j-e Cure
5 Cnnyh Pills
i Puppv I'l iniriiire Csi psnli's
G Alterative Coo:ing Tablets
11 Hair Restorer
13 E-m- Cancer Care
15 Distemper Cure
17 Eve Lotion
i PEARSON Zr POTTER CO., Ltd I
.! P. O. liox 784. Honolulu, II. T. !Jt
fear ) Aa. -.Vr . 4 ..,. ft
tYou know their use- we know how to
make them. ,
Any kind of material used to suit andi
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd:
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 TRAI-E
Which They Offer and Sell TO JEIE TRADE ONLY, Lt
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES;
Orders Will Receive the Best aid MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by tho Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Koua
Cotfee in Taste and, Aroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by tho Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao,MMaul.
If you want any of the foPowing articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, Ltd,;
P. O.JZox 246, Honolulu, T. H.t for y rices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Wari,I:j Bdsjs and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasfs for years.
SPORTING GOCOS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc;
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited J
THE MAUI BAZAAR
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mat, ana
riaskcts of Hawaiian Manufacture, andjHawaiian Qilt3.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt nnd Careful A ttentioiy .
K. op P. HALL BUILDING , ? . WAILUJv'UJMAUIj
Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business Manager
Now Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch aud American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. 1
Memorials; in any material known to theitoade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on aDclication.
Safe of ar.y4known makejfurnlshect .
, . J.C. .AXTBLL . .; .
P O. Pox U12, 1013-1050 ALAEEA Sr. Eet. KING and HOTEL St:.
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Remedies and supplies
Ami sepiie Stiap (dkiul;)
per cake 50 cents. Ken
nel Si:ip (white) per
rake 2(1 cpnts.
."(V. 2 M;irj.-, Cure "iCct
.Vic. 4 Puriratlvp Tabids 50c. Jvt
oOc. (i Yci laifiiee. Cnpmlos 50c. ft
nOc. 9 Lwuruim
5110. 10 Liniment
50c. 12 Jaundice Tablets
75e. 14 Fit Cure
nOc 1! Rickets Cure
50c. 18 Diarrhoea Cure