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LOG A Li
If you lyant the U-sl ciar in town
call at tho Maui Hotel office unci get
Jos. Welch has been appointed jail
or at Wailuku to succntd David Cro
The weather in Wailulu this week
has been ideal, 'and t'"e moonlight
nights wonderfully bouuliful.
: Wailuku's 1st cl'.iSH Berber Shop.
It will probably be some days yet
before Supreme Court hands dowuits
decision in the County Act test case.
The county scat has been bustling
with actively nil this week, and things
are doing from early dawn till late at
u5Sht- , ... . . ; -
There was a meeting held at the
, Maui Hotel last nijjht ' to arrange
plans for the proposed Maui Racing
FOUND. At Alexander House, a
riavy-blue crepe shawl and a bamboo
fan. Chvners'plcase enquire of Miss
' ' A three cornered match race be
tween three of Maui's fastest running
horses is being arranged for Febru
ary 6, at the Kahului race track.
FIREWOOD: Orders. left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
The Matji News man is getting the
"big head" over his" success as a
chickeD raiser, and crows lustily
every time the subject is mentioned.
JMiere will be a meeting of the
- Ladies' G uild of Wailuku at the res
idence of Mrs. G. B. Robertson on
next Tuesday afternoon at 2.30
Our present board of supervisors
are taking hold of affairs in a quiet,
sensible way which is tending to win
them much praise from those who are
following their work.
Tho prisoners in Wailuku jail have
not missed an hour of work, and were
on tho street bright and early Tues
day morning under the charge of meu
I ni... . Kir M.t now cVlAI'lf
i mjpinmcn uui ...
J ' The Main Drug Rtoro at the post
office corner. carries a complete unc
of serial reading matter and other
literature, which is quite an accom
modation to the reading public.
For Sale. A freak, three-legged
bull calf, born in October. For price
and particulars, apply to
R. C. SlfiARLE,
h Whv don't vou insure? And if you
do. why don't you insure In the. Pari
fic Mutual lite? Yon certainly would
if you should first take trouble to in
vestigate the advantages ottered ty
that Company. Don't take our word
for it, but try it.
t While the Kahului Railroad Corr.
pany is not posing as a philanll eopic
. institution, yet the action of Supt
Filler in reducing freight rates on
small packages from Honolulu so ma-
. terially is ueserving of tho highest
All parties indebted toMacfarlane
&Co., Wailuku, arc hereby notified
to settle their accouuts before Jan
uary 15, or same with be placed in
thehandsof Attorney Jas. L. Coke
for collection by suit.
'. MACFARLANE & CO.
k.NoTico to Settle. - All persous in-
montbs and over outstanding are
! hereby notified to settle the same
I before January 15. or their accouuts
I will be placed in the hands of my at
I torney for collection by suit.
There is no truth ia the rumor
that the" Kahului Railroad Co. is dis
charging native Hawaiian to put, on
Japs and Chinese. The trouble is
that the natives have recently bcn
hanging round Wuiluku studying po
litics instead of going to work at Ka
hului which compelled the Company
to send to Honolulu for stevedores.
During the year 1902 we occupied
in St. Louis 465,000 square feet of
fioor space, or nearly 11 acres.
VWe employed in Si. Louis 3700 people
U We paid for help $2,170,400.00.
7 We cut 1,761,033 animal skius.
,! We shipped .$7,030,143.77 worth of
.Engine Capacity 1500 horse-power.
St. Louis factory output A Shoe a
Gents Country Club Bal 3.50 Shoes
ix Calf and Vich
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOK Co.
Manufacturers' SuoA Co., Sola
geat, Feet Street, Honolulu, U, T. .
At, noon on Monday, January 4, .0
procession of f-iirrinicvs started from
the corner of lie Mai l i t Street, at
the Kcpoikai building wh?rethe new
county offices are established, and
procredi-d in slate to the court housi .
In the rarriges were seined the new
ly elected county officials.
On reaching the court house,
where they were received, by Wailu
ku's military ' company, tliey ap
peared in court and wore rcceivi d
by Judge Kulua, who culled the
members of the Board of Supervisors-elect
before him n'id announced
in Hawaiian that their bonds had all
been presented to him an I approved,
and that lie ( had administered the
oath of oflioe to each of them. The
Judge followed with a brief address
in Hawaiian, which was replied to bv
Chairman T. B. Lyons in the sam?
The Board went into soaion at once
and have been quite busy all week t
approving bonds, 'confirming appoin -tnents
and attending toother ptvli-,
inary matters. The amount of the
bonds of the supervisors is $10,0( 0
each, and their sureties are as follwus;
T. B. Lyons; sureties, A. Enos,
Joe. U. Marciel.
W. 11. Cornwcll, Jr.; sureties, P.
Cockett, W. T. Robinson.
G. P. Knuimakaole; sureties, J
shua Aliulii Jr., Luke See Chin.
C. L. Kookoo; sureties, Solomon
Hale, Jonah Kumulac.
J. K. Hihio; sureties, E. H. Ke
kapai, Luke Tan Sing.
The bond9 and sureties of the other
officers, as approved by the Board of
Supervisors are as follows;
Wm. White, Sheriff; bond, $10,0011,
Sureties; C. B. Coclictt, D. K. Ka
haulelio; August Reimann, Wm. Sil
va, N. Keanini, S. K. Kaha'ekai.
D. K. Kahaulelio, Tax Assessor,
bond, $ , Sureties, A. Ahio,
Lucy K. Puahi, L. K. Sniffen, Ben
Kokoana, P. Silva. No amount is
fixed in the bond of the Tux Asses
sor, although the County Clerk in
formed the representative of the
News that the Board ot Supervisors
had fixed the bond of the Assessor
at $50,000. It is rather singular
that a bond without any sum being
fixed in it should havebeen signed by
sureties and sfcorn to a3 this one
was. But more singular yet was it
that the Board of Supervisors should
have accepted such a bond and al
lowed a commission to issue to the
Tax Assessor. Of course it, is sim
ply no bond. Tne County Clerk in
formed the News reporter that he
had been instructed to till in the a
mount of the bonds, but had neglect
rd to do so. This raises another
question, as to what right the Coun
ty Clerk has to fill in the amount in
the Tax Assessor's bond, after it had
been duly signed and sworn to by the
Assessors and his sureties, accepted
by the Board of Supervisors and put
ou file. As a matter of fact he
has no right to do sd, and the Super
visors wiil be compelled to call for a
new bond from the Tax-Assessor
It. was Thursday morning when the
News representative Inspected tLe
bond, and it is a matter of interest
ing conjecture as to whether the
Clerk has since addtd anything to the
purported bond. It is not at alt like
1 that anything wrong was intended
in the matter, but such carelessuess
should not prevail in the management
of couuty affairs.
P. Cockett, Treasurer; bond, $65,
000. Sureties, W. H. Cornwell,
George Cockett, David Morton J. C.
Ah Sam, Edgar Morton, G. Akuna,
and C. W. Booth, each of whom
swore that he is Worth the sum of the
bond, over and aboVe his liabilities, as
required by law.
D. H. Kahaulelio, County Clerk;
bonds, $15,000. Sureties, Wm. Ma
nuka, J. W. Kalua.
L. K. Crook, Auditor: bonds, $10,
000. Sureties, the Pacific Surety Co.
John Richardson, County Attor
ney: bonds, $10,000. Sureties, F. S.
Correo, Thomas Clark.
J. K. Kahookele, Surveyor; bond?,
$10,000. Sureties, Antouo Silva, S.
Ah Mi, You.ig Kat Hang, S. Kahale,
The following is a complete list ol
the Deputies and Appointees.
Deputy Sheriff. Wailuku,
; Mukawao, Adam K. Forsyth;
Laha-ina, C. B. Cockett; Hana, W.
L. Mosstnan; Kipahulu, P. M. Ka
luha; Molokai, Jos. Uahlnui.
Captain Police. Wailuku, Guy
Goodness; Mukawao, Ben j,Uokoaua
L li'iinii, D. Ku.iniu; M i ; A.
Poa'ui; liana. 3. W. K.Knuin akaole.
First Lieutenant. Wuiluku, Man
uel Fausiino; Lahaina, Moses Kau
haaluiii. Lecoic I. lei. tenant, Wailuku. Wil
Police Ollkeis, Wailuku. William
Kukoim (BaiiilT;, Uor.uakaha, S. Ka
h. ile, M. Ali'.kanvi,Kainta Kanil.am
hia, W. J. Kaiii'ki, Boniui Reyes, D.
K.Kuii-lilii, S. K. Kanukaokai, Ku
tmilaui, W in. lvalue, Joseph k Welch
(j.noi), M. K. J'apu (assistant jailor),
Lifiiela, D. U wt'Koolani, Manuel Ca
dez, Kuhi llulaiiia, Sam Kalco, J. B.
A'', ,. Kalialekui.
Liaiiaiuti. J. K.Pali, Wm. Kauwe
nole, Aluert K. Siiaw, Hniii Keahi,
John Kueo. Noah KaheuUu, Isnuu
.Vaihoiehu (ussinlaul juilor), Mauia
Kekai, Joiui Adams, Peler Kalia
jianawao. Obed Kaiwi Kiltala, J.
i. uaehu, John Fuller, Ben. Paahao
Mttiouiiou, Nali tvumakau, Obetl
ivupanihi, Mahoe P. Kalei, Houkoano.
il.tua. Kaiwt, J. M. Koko (jailor),
Jos. xlalciuauo, S. K. Huewau, M.
Kahuuaolaoie, J. M. Hauuua, J. W.
.Naehu, S. K. Kaailuu, B. Malulu.
Molokai. Nakeleawe, Pali Pahu
pu, J. K. Kaulili, A. Pauole, J. Ka
Deputy Asst'tisoi & Tax Col'ector.
.Vaiiuku, L. M. Vetleseii; Lahaina,
William Kaluakmi; Makawao, G. B.
Schrader; Hana, W. L. Hardy; Molo
kai, Paia Nakl; Asst. Assessor and
Deputy County Clerk and Sten
ographer, J. Garcia. Copyists, John
Kawai and Geo. Kauiniakaiyle.
Assistant County Auditor, A. G.
Assistant County Treasurer, David
District Attorney's Clerk, A. Gsr
cia. District Magistrate. Wailuku,
Thomas Clark; Honuaula, Edward
Wilcox; Makawao, E. H. Kekapai;
Haua, G P. Wailehua; Kipahulu, J.
Ahulii; Lahaina, D. KahauleliojMolo
kai, J. H. Mahoe.
Road Supervisor. Wailuku, Sol
omon Hale; Makawao, Geo. Groves;
Lahaina, Geo. Kaul.i; Molokai, J. K.
Kaupu; Hana, .
Hack Inspector aud Humane Offi
cer. -Wailuku, Manuel Dutro; La
haina, J. K. Richardson.
Tne following recommendations
have also oeeu made by the Board of
Supervisors: George W. Maxwell,
Sanitary Inspector, Wailuku; Chas.
Kunaeholo, Food and Fish Inspector,
Wailuku; W. E. Bal, Supt. Wailuku
Water Works; Matt M. McCann;
Supt. Lahaina Water Works.
As a general rule, the deputies and
appointees have been required" to
tiike the home rule oatlrbetore receiv
ing their commissions, but some ex
ceptions have been made the rule,
lu order to renrovc Judge Mckay
and Ji;dgc Copp, the Board of Sgper
visors, ULder the advice of the County
Attorney passed an order cutting off
their salaries, and appointed Thos,
Clark as District Magistate of Wai
luku and E. H. Kekapai as District
Magistrate of Makawao, with salaries
It Is understood that the salaries of
the deputies and appointees has not
oeen definitely fixed yet, but as soon
as they art the News will give a
tabulated list of them.
Tho Board of Supervisors met yes'
tcrday morning at the Court house
for the last time this Week, having
adjourned over to next Wednesday,
in order to await the expected deci
sion of the Supreme Court.
An Unwise Move.
It there is auy department of the
county government which should be
kept out of the political pool, it cer
tainly is the jui.iciary department.
Consequently the cutting ofl of the
salaries of Judge McKay and Judge
Copp aud the appointment of two
such men as Tom Clark and Kekapai
to succeed them is an act 'which is in
excusable from any point of view.
An added sting Is that Judge Copp
wos requested to take the home rule
oath, and his refusal to do so is what
caused the appointment of Kekapai,
who is addmitledly the Inferior of
The adage of "to the victor belongs
th spoils" U all right in riilnor posi
tions, but the mass of the people who
are not politicians, add who simply
desire g"od and capable ofBcials, are
to be reckoned with for this lowering
of our county district magistracy.
Judge McKay and Judge Copp still
retaiu their coramlssons, and the
Board of Supervisors would ga'n con
fidence in tho minds of .disinterested
citizens of Maui, if they conclude to
resoled tbeic action ia the natter. '
Notice to Creditors
Njllcc li iioniliy kUi-ii tliuv t;:o v.n: praigncd
wm on 11:0 81ft ciu.v m' l)fc ;m!ier, mil, iluly n,
pot Dtp J tho I'Xi'i'titrix or t!i: In t Will iml Tti.a
unjniit at KAHAKAUWILA, l;.t of P.iuwpli.,
Maul, dVcia od. Iiy or.l'T ol tho Ju.!iru of n
Circuit Oour:. t3-cuua Juuleial iirwit, T'Tiv
I rv of Hawaii
Tlmrt:fori nil rmlitnra of enlil ...tut., nn.
U d'H'OUKO.l nro uotlH.nl Imreby; to ) reran.
i:ioir ouums, av.iy r.utnuuilra'.r.d nnd v. lili tin
piopor viMichrrs, !t any o.xlst, u u li tlui cl.lu
I ri.fMlffvl hv ttxirt'r.iiri. mnn m.l ...!ni,i In li..
undurslu-nod ut l'.iuiveU, :.ia'.il. or wltli Jar.. L
C'oko, Wniluk-.i, iMaal, within nix nir.n'.Ui I.oi.
t.iodatuof t!il noiii'o, Rivlil dato bultitf the firs
publk-Otloa of thtnr.tttco;i iicrwlso nuL'lioljiiii.
u uof. win Dc. Mrcvor imrroil.
Wailuku, Maul, January a, liKi-l.
Excutri!t of the last Will tud Tfsta!nr;,t o
Kahakttuwlla, late of Phuwl-Iu, Maui, Muas.
On and iiftir January 1. 1H01,
through l atcs on parcels and . pack
ages up to 100 pounds from Honolulu
totill termini of the Kahului Railroad
will be 25 cents.
. WILDEKS. S. CO.,
. 1 KAHULUI II. Li. CO.
In accordance with Sectiou 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
. All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the, term ending Juno 30,
1004, will be due and payable at the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on 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, 1004, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
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, J004.
Stockholders' Annual Meeting.
In accordance with the articles of
association the regular annual meet
ing of the shareholders of the Fibst
National BanI? of 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 hold in the banking
house of said association on Tuesday,
the twelfth day of January, 1904, at
one o'clock P. M.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 U. of January 18th, 1004, for
furnishing all material and labor and
construct a 1 room school house at
Flans and specifications on tile in
office of Engineer of the Department
of Public Works, Honolulu; also on
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
Department of Public Works,
Dec. 13, 1903.
APPRECIATE THE. FACT
That wc have bought Shoes for
cash direct from the factories in
the East, hence are able to sell
Vou shoes at bedrock prices. We
offer a Ladies' latest style, patent
leather shoe, French heels, for
$4.50, such as cost you (6.00 in
Houolulu and for you, gentlemen,
we hate a patent leather shoe
that costs you $6.50 in Honolulu,
and we let you have it lor H0O.
You can have your choice of shoes
from (1.60 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. lr YTLESN, .Proprietor
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. 1 Toi:ic & CirMiti.m Taltleis
I Eczema S' M..:ii'e Cure
5 Cough Pills
7 Puppv Venu'ruf'i C.i I'sules
8 Altera tive Cooling Tablets
11 Hair Restorer
13 Ei r Cancer Cure
15 Distemper Cure
17 Eve Lotion
3 VZf : ViFSii .' . . - . ..... It;
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I PEARSON Sr POTTER CO., Ltd 1
P. O. Box 7S4.
FOR LONG SERVICE
No Jurnituri; conGtructcd nowndayn will ive
longer service than liie .llioaion pnt tern. Sound,
solid wood only is usccl,f oi'metl atici joined En the
rroar suhstanti'il und secure manner. It secme
almost impoKsibls that it should be wo:n nut
withony kind o? use.
Come and ace oiu stoc!-you will find eo:ne ex
cellent suggestions in it.
Mail orders (Jiven prompt attention.
POMTH FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Young Bniiding, Corner Hotel Street, HchdIuSu
I T HTi.rr":'Tra -1
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE -
Dry doods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADJ.
. r t ii.rn iiim e ins liiu.-iL
n! .1 rr ht
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE. JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orde rs "Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of M-uii Hotel as being equal to Kona
Colfee iu Taste an.l Aromn.
TVo years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Qaantit.es.
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maul Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - - Makawno,MMauI.
If you want any of the fol!o";vingr ticks write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd.,
P. O. Box 246. Honolulu. TJ;H..fororices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tii WareJceBoxes and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasfs for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc'
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicitedj
THE MAUI BAZAAR
Hawaiian Cario3, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hits, Mats ana
riaskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, andjftawaiian Quilts.
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. or P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKU.OIAUIj
Mrs, J. k. Kahookele, Busin iss Manager
New Shmment Com 5 no
Italian Marble,-Scotch and American GraDite, Ornamental .
Figures In Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials In any material known to the'.trade, Including bronze
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on aoulicatioo.
Safe of any known make. furnished.
J. C. AXTELL
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14 Fit Cure
r0c. 10 Rickets ( ;;ro
50c. IS Diai rhoe.. Cure
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