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Who hav you tfot to o on your
bonds? ". '-
The Kahului boys ate kept busy
theso days loading the big steamers
with sugar. ,
The weather, which was idiM7dur
ing Chris! mas week, lias been showerj
all this week.
Call at Porter Furniture Co. while
in Honolulu an.l sue the elegant line
of Mission Furniture.
The best resolve' you can make for
the beginning of 1!04 is to subscribe
at once for the Maui News.
Nice Barber Shop for Sale. Apply
to PINKNEY BROWN
The County act test case was
argued before the Supreme Court
on Wednesday, and a decision is ex
FOUND. At Alexander House, a
navy-blue crepe shawl and a bamboo
fan. Ovvuers please enquire of Miss
It has beeu unusually dull and quiet
in Wailuku this week, but next ween
when county government begins,
things will liven up.
Under its present management the
Maui Hotel is becoming a popular
resort for those desiring comfy family
lunches and dinners.
Get a pocket kodak for 1904. It
takes you out of doors for good,
healthy exercise. Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. Agents.
1904, Excelsior Diaries are now
ready at Hawaiian Ntws Co. Mail
orders filled promptly Address P. O.
Box 684, Dept M., Honolulu.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
Ciown pianos are for lively music
as well as the serious kind. Have
banjo, mandolin and guitar attach
ments. Bergstrptn Music Co. Hono
Foa Sale. A freak, three-legged
bull calf, born in October. For price
and particulars, apply to
R. C. SEARLE,
'" ' Honolua, Lahaina.
It is a solemn truth that the Maui
Drug Store at the post office' corner
carries an elegant line of shoes at
San Francisco prices. Call and see
for yourselves; buy there and save
The tirst road work done in 1904
should be to repair the road between
Kahului schoolhouse and Camp 2
Pump. There is not a worse or more
travelled piece of road in Maui
The Sheriff and police force of Wai
luku have had a group photograph
of themselves taken and it makes a
fine picture which will become hist
orical if the Supreme Court sustains
the county act.
. All parties indebled toMacfarlanc
&Co., Wailuku, are hereby notified
to settle their accounts before Jan
uarv 15, or 6ame with be placed in
the hands of Attorney Jas. L. Coke
for collection by suit.
. MACFARLANE & CO.
Notico to Settle. All persons in:
debted to me on accouuts of four
months' and over outstanding are
hereby notified to settle the same
before January 15. or their accounts
will be placed in the hands of my ati
tornsy for collection by suit.
A. J. RODRIGUE3.
, The First National Band of Win-
luku will on the first of January,
establish a "home bank" savings
department, in which spare nickels
dimes and quarters can be Cropped
acd which draw interest. These
"banks" are kept at home where
they are handy, and the contents
deposited evry sixty days or of tener.
Call and have Cashier Lufkiu explain
it to you.
During the year 1902 we occupied
fn.St. Louis 11)3,000 square feet of
floor t,paee, or nearly 11 acres.
.,We employed in St. Louis 3700 people
We paid for help J,170,400.UU.
We cut 1,701,053 animal skins.
We shipped !$7,030,143.77 worth of
shoes. . i
.Engine Capacity 1500 jiorse-power,
St. Louis factory output A Shoe a
Cents Country Club Bal t3.50 Shoes
Box Calf and Vict.
HAMILTON, DROWN SHOE Co.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., ,Sole
Agent, Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
Chriatmns on Maui.
The Christinas holidays on M ,,ui
were duly eyleb'raf ed and Santa Cluus
met an unusually warm welcome.
Christmas tree festivities at Ma-
ur.aolu, the Settlement, the Japanese
Church, at Waikapu and ut the
Na'.ivu Cnurch Wailuku us well as at
tnuny oihsr places welcomed the ad
vent ot the holidays. Oil Christmas
Eve night elaborate and beautiful re
ligious ceremonies were observed at
the Catholic ' Mission, including the
usual midnight mass which was at
tended by as inai.y as could find scats
or standing room in the Church. The
mutilc wus beautifully rendered and
the ritualistic service conducted by
Father Julian was faultlessly present
On-Christmas morning there . was a
large procession of mummers in Wailu
ku. The maskers were well gotten
up aud afforded much amusement to
the spectators djiiug their parade
from the Court House to the Wailuku
Depot and return. Much credit is
due to Police OHieer Clem Crowell
and Clerk Eddie Rogers who got up
At the Sunnyside grounds a prac
tice cricket game was played ou
Christinas morning preparatory to
the match cricktt game which was
played at 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, between the Puuuene and Maka
wao elevens. On Christmas afternoon
a match polo game was played be
tween the "Yellows" and ' Reds" at
Sunnyside iu which the "Yellows"
were a goal or two to the good..
Turkey and pumpkin pie prevailed
and everybody had a good dinner.
Thanks to the artistic taste of Mrs.
Lewis, the manager's wife, the Maui
Hotel office and dining room were
beautifully decorated with Christmas
greens arid flowers, producing a
Ou Chrismas afternoon the Porto
Ricans celebrated a cbaractesrislic
feature of their national holiday ,
which consisted of two masked pei-
formers on high stilts who paraded the
town to the uim-tum of primitive
musical intruments, and gave a fine
exhibition of walking, marching -and
dancing on stilts.
Santa Claus left a liberal supply of
presents in many homes on Christmas
Just before vacation, at the Kinder
garten the children received their
presents from a beautiful Christmas
tree, provided by Miss N. A. Holden.
It was the first time that several
of the younger children had ever seen
a Christmas tree, and they were de
lighted beyond expression.
There was a very attractive Christ
mas festival at Mr. C. B Olsen's re
Christmas services were held as
usual at the churches. .
A large number of guests enjoyed
the several Christmas luaus. At the
residence of Mr. J. E. Kaleiaka, there
was a bouutiful luau in honer of his in
fant daughter's baptism. .'.
A base ball game was played in the
afternoon of Christmas Day.
Miss Turner and Miss Babbof Wai
luku, and Misses Blanche and
Mand Horner of Honolulu have been
the guests of Mrs. William Y. Horner
The Christmas festival of Holy In
njcent's Sunday School was a very
happy occasion, on Monday afternoon
at the resideuce of Mrs. Henry
The Sunday School festival ou Mr.
Henry Dickenson's grounds was a
most auspicious and enjoyable oc'
casion. About 43 children were pres
ent, together with their teachers and
other friends. From 4 to 5 on Mon
day afternoon, the children skipped
sportively about, and played their
favoriue games upon the lawn.
They were then seated on benches
near Mr. Dickenson's office, forming
a very pretty group.
A plentiful 6upply of light refresh
ments was passed around; and soon
after sunset the children assembled
on the spacious veranda, while active
preparations were going ou behind a
screen. The numerous tapers on the
Christmas tree were then lighted, aud
when the screen was removed, a
brilliant and beautiful scene was re
vealed to the eager gaze of the de
lighted little spectators. The ever
green branches were laden with a
$great variety of holiday gifts.
Captain David Taylor has gone to
the mountain resort, for the holidays
Mr. Sturtevant, Miss A..Z- Hadlev
and Mrs. Roweua Hose returned on
Maul's Jury Liet.
The following is the jury list select
ed by Commissioners Robinson and
Boole, to sei ve as jurors in the Cir
cuit Court, Second Judicial District,
fur the ensuing year.
2i d Precinct, Molokai. Wm. Ano
hu, Chas. Cockett, Beni Kupihea, S,
K. Kaalihikaua, Henry R. Meyer,
Hugh Robertson, O. Tollefsein Geo.
Trimble, A. J. 'Yilson.
3rd 'Precinct, Lahaina. A. Aal
berg, Wm. Avers, A. Blake, C. B.
Cockett, Ed. H. Cockett; W. L. Dt
colo, Geo H. Dunn, R E. Fo'-d, J.
Gannon, J. W. K. Hose, Wm. Kauwe-
naele, . F. Kuae, Moses Keohoka-
lolc, Chas. Makekau, D. 11 Mukekau,
Hy. Nahaulelua.Johu W.Ricard, J. K.
Richardsou, Hy. Sufl'ery, Ed. Wau
bolo H. B. Wiikms. t
4th Preciuct, Uonokohau.--R. K.
Devuuchelle, Henry Hoewaa, James
Kalama R. C. Searle, James Hen
nessev. (ith Precinct, Wailuku. Lienry
Baker, C. 11. G. Braun, Chas.Bailey,
John Browu, Joseph Cockett, Chirluu
Carman, T. Cummings, G. H. Cutn
mings, Clement Crowell, Manuel
Dutro, Antoue Dutro, A. G. Dickens,
H. Eldredge, Manuel Enos, Max
Eckbart, John Ferreira, Jr., Manuel
Faustino, J. A. Harris, E. M.
Keeney, Jas. Kawelo,. A. E. Keauui,
JohnV. Kerr, W. H. King, W. B.
Keanu, E. Krueger, Geo. White, C.
A. Kanaeholo, M. Mawae, D. L.
Meyer, Gao. Maxwell, Joaquin Miran
da, J. W. L. Marshall, John Makahio,
A. B. Naone, John Pearsoa, James
H. Paiuter, W. F. Pogue, A.i J.
Rodrigues, H. H. Streubeck, Frank
Sommerfield, Wm. Smith, Geo. B.
Schrader, Jos P. Silva, Geo. Weight,
H. B. Weller, C. B. Wells, Carl F.
7th Precinct, Kahului. Joe. Aki,
Frauk F. Baldwin, A. J. Cass, Thos.
M. Church, E. F. Deioert, Edmund
Daniels, Jobu De Freitas, C. Hansen,
W. B. H. ardy, Edwrad M. Kapoo,
Jas. Kirklaud, Geo. Mayfield, Frauk
Medeiros, W. Von Seggun. V. L.
Boeck; J. J. Walsh, J. Whitford.
8th Precinct, KiheL Sam Kuula,
las Scott, John Dow, Alfred Turner.
9 th Precinct, Makawao. W. E
Beckwith, Geo Copp, F J Correa,
David Morton, Joe T Marciei, M A
Tavares, L. von Tempsky, Geo W
10 Preciuct, Hamakuapoko. John
Anderson, H A Baldw'i, Geo H
Baldwin, D W Driscoll, Alfred Douse,
J M Feitera, Aatonio Fernandez, Jr.
D L Fleming, Geo. Groves, A E Hay
ness, R N Hogg, John Kaluna, Sam'i
T Kaiapa, Chas D Loveland, D C
Lindsay, A H Landgraf, Wm Tilton,
L K Tilton.
11th Precinct, Huelo. Wm Allen,
H Bissen, Joseph Emmesley, H A
Peterson, J K Cniythe.
12th Precinct, Keanae, C Kele-
13Ui Precinct, Hana. Solomon
Aikau, Geo O Cooper, J VY Davidson,
Jr, W A Hardy, F R Lindsay, W L
Mossmau,H Reuter, Freddie Roback,
W E Shaw, Geo Tripp.
15th Precinct, Honuaula. J Burns,
John Browu, Guy S Goodness.
Port Arthur, Dec. 26. A Russian
volunteer transport is on the way
Port Arthur with 2000 recruits for
the Russian army in the Orient.
Kobe, Dec. 28. The Japanese
government Las issued an order pro
hibiting the publication of the move
ments of troops. The preparations
for war continue and the situation is
ominous. A censorship has been
established to prevent information of
Japan's movements from leaking
St. Petersburg, Dec. 28. The con
census of opinion in official circles on
the situation in the Far East is that
the Czar will make concession and do
all lu his power to avoid war with
Japan. This prediction is made,
however, with the saving clause that
circumstances may force his hand.
Peking, Dec. 29. The Russian
Minister has noitied the Chinese
government that it is not Russia's
present intention to evacuate Man
churia. Tokyo, Dec. 29. An emergency
order has been issued which invests
the Japanese.goverument with practi
cally unlimited credit to advauce
military defense in case of emergeucy.
Moscow, Russia, Dec. 29. Twelve
batteries of, Russian field artillery
have been selected for service iu the
Nbtlco iB lifroby givonttuit tho nndc: signed
was on th Stint day of Drrimlx-r, 19(, duly u
polntcd tho executrix ot tho ln;:t Will nnd To;t
lunrat of KAHAKAUWILA, lve of Pauwnls,
Maul, doccasod-, by onhr of the Judge of xiv
Circuit Court, Second Judicial CifciU, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Therefore, all creditors of sold cstato and
Rnld deceased aro notified hereby to pro; ent
their claims, duly authenticated and with tho
proper vouchers, it auy exist, even It the claim
I:: secured by mortgago upou real e.ilato to the
unilciviiiuod at Pnuwclu. Maul, or with Jas. L.
Coke, WulluUu, Muul, within six months from
tho date of this notico. said dato belni; the first
publication of thlsuotitce;ohervlsc :;ueh ol liihu
If any. will be forever burred.
Wailuku, Maui, January il, I'.KU.
Executrix of tho lnxtWill aud Testament ef
Kntaakauwlla, lato of Puuwclu, Muul, Mau,
Oil and after January 1,. 1901,
through rates on parcels and pack
ages up to 100 pounds from Honolulu
to all termini of the Kahuli.i Railroad
will bo" 23 cents.
WILDER S. S. CO.,
KAHULUI R. R. CO.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1904, will be due and payable at the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works,ou the 1st day of January,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1904, (30
days after becoming delinquent), arc
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. Dec. 12, 1904.
Stockholders' Annual Meeting.
In accordance with the articles of
association the regular annual meet
ing of the shareholders of the FiasT
National Bank ov Wailuku for the
purpose of electing directors for the
coming year and the transaction of
such other business as may come be
fore it, will be held in the banking
house of said association on Tuesday,
the twelfth day of January, 1904, at
one o'clock P. M.
' SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 M. of Jauuary 18th, 1904, for
furnishing all material and labor aud
construct a 1 room school house at
Plans and specifications on tile iu
office of Engineer of the Department
of Public Works, Honolulu; also ou
tile in office of Mrs, Austin, Wailuku;
at office of Dr. Raymond and Eli
Snyder, Makena, Maui.
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Tenders to be endorsed on envelope,
"Tender for 1 room school house,
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works
Dej ii tment of Public Works,
Dec. 18, 1903.
APPRECIATE THE FACT
That we have bought Shoes for
cash direct from the factories in
the East, hence aro able to sell
you shoes at bedrock prices. We
offer a Ladies' latest style, patent
leather shoe, French heels, for
f 4.50, such as cost you ?G.00 iu
Honolulu and for you, gentlemen,
we have a patent leather shoo
that costs you ti.50 in Honolulu,
and we let you have it for $5.00.
You can have your choice of shoes
from $1.50 up to $5.00; there is no
middle-man with us; everything
is bought direct, hence you save
over 25 percent by buying from
MAUI DRUG STORE
Y. A, YETLESEN, Proprietor
rso. I ionic ot iiindinon itiuit
3 EczVma & Mango Cure
5 Cough PilU
7 Puppy Vermifuge Capsules
8 Alterative Cooling Tablets
11 H.ib Restorer
13 E?r Cancer Cure
15 Distemper Cure
17 Eye Lotion
PEAKSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
X V. J.-JVJ A lot. ijuuuiuiu, j j a.
FOR LONG SERVICE
No furniture constructed nowaday will fiive
longer service than the Mission pattern. Soi-ntl,
solid wood only is used, formed and joined In tho
most substantial and secure manner. It seems
almost impossible that it should be worn out
with any kind of use.
Come and sec our stock you will find some ex
cellent suggestions in it.
Mail orderti feiven prompt attention.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Young Bqilding, Corner
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THEg :
Dry &oods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TiJADBi
t . Which They Offer and Sell TO JTHE TRADE ONLY, at
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 and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the 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 the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local MarUet.J
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, iMauiV
If you want any of the following articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd.;
P. O.JBox 246, Honolulu, T.H., for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agat; Ware, Tin WarbejBoxis and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasfs for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Oatfits. Correspondence solicited
the: mui bazaar
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lau'via Hit, Mats ana
baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and. Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas akd Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such asNapkiu Rings, etc.
We Also Ruceive Articles en Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. op P. HALL BUIL3ING " W A I LU K Q, M A L"I j
Mrs. J. K. Kahookels, Busiusss Manager.,
NeA Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Oruamsctal .'
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. 1 .'. '
Memorials in any material known to tho.trade, including bronae ' "
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any known make furnUhod.
J. C. AXTBLL
P O. Box 1013-100 ALAKE A St. Bet. KING and IIOTttL St.
Romeciics and supplies
Aati seplic Soap (black)
per rake 50 cents. Ken
ncl Suip (white) per
cake 20 cent.
Sflf. Minion Pm-i, Tillf
4 Purgative Tablets 50c.
(! Vermifuge Capsules 50c.
50c. 10 Liniment
50c. 12 Jaundice Tablets
75c. 14 Fit Cure
50. 10 Rickets Cure?
50c. 18 Diarrhoea Cure
Hotel Street, Honolulu