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Send your job work to the Niws
. Job Onicc.
Wuk will hhortly be begun on the
schooll.ouoc nt WuiiuKu.
Business lias Uen dull and travel
light in Wuilukn nil weei
The weather has been showery on
Central Maui all ibis week.
Ek8 are becoming very abundant
and quite cheap in the Wailuku
market. , , '
Rain has seriously interfered with
the handling of sugar at Kahului har
bor this week.
Some very tine mullet has recently
been brought to Wailuku from Lahui
na and also from Kabului.
Be on hand at tho meeting of the
Maui Athletic Association at. the
courthouse oe Monday evening.
Tfhc roads are becoming very muddy
on Maui, mid travel along llu up
country ioadsis well nigh impossible.
Don't fbrjrel the match races at
Kahului next Saturday ariernooii.
Two exciting finishes ure expected.
Special attention is being given to
industrial work for girls at '.he Wai
luku school, and encouraging results
arc being obtaiued.
The Territory is negotiating with
the Wailuku Plantation for an armory
Bite iu the rear of T. B. Lyons' resi-'
dence in "Vailuku.
Tbe Wailuku markets are now well
supplied with fat beef and inuttonv
but tish are scarce, .owing to the
stormy weather prevailing.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
Wailuku's 1st clus.a. Barber Shop.
Tharo.will be a meeting of the La
dies' Guild of Wailuku at the resi
dence of Mrs. G. B. Robertson on next
Tuesday afternoon at the usual hour.
Jim, the deputy manager of the
Maui Hotel, suggests to the News
man that the fiuest brands of cigars
in town can be found at the Maui
. Foil Sale. A freak, three-legged
bull calf, born a October. For price
and particulars, apply to
. R. C. SEARLE,
FOR SALE One Brunswick and
Balke Standard Billiard Table aud
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
' A special cablegram to the Adver
ser states that tbe artillery com
mand at Honolulu will be transferred
to San Diego, Cal, in April, aud in-
fa,ntry we be assigned to their place
The mail which reached Kahului by
WeJnosday morning's Maui was de
livered at the Wailuku post office at
1:30 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.
Explanations are In order. A couple
of week ago, Jan. 27, it came up at
AH parties indebted toMacfarlane
& Co., Wailuku, are hereby notified
to settle their accounts before Jan
uary 15, or same with bo placed in
the hands of Attorney Jas. L. Coke
Tor collection by suit.
M ACFARLANE & CO.
Dr. George S. Aiken,' the Paia
dentist will be at Puunene from Feb.
9 to Feb. 16, where those in Wailuku
and Kahului who need his services
can reach him by train. Hereafter
Dr. Aiken will maintain an office at
Puunene, although his telephone call
will stili be Sur.nyside.
NOTICE. I will sell at public auc
tion the household effects of Mrs. C.
1). Loveland, at her residence, at
Hamakuapoko, Maui, on Saturday,
February 13, 1904, beginniug at ten
o.'ylock A. M. sharp.
W. O. AIKEN,
During the year 1902 we occupied
in St. Louis 405,000 square feet of
floor tpace, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed hi St.Louis 3700 people
We paid for help $2,170,4000.00.
We cut 1,701 i.")3 aninal skins.
We shipped 7,030,143.'37 worth of
Engine Capacity 1C0O horse-power.
St Loui? factory output A shoe a
Cents Couutry Club Bal 43.50 Shoes
Bbx Calf and Vici.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE Co.
NUF4fiVRERs' Shoe Co., Solei
't, Fort Street, fi.oiiolu.lu, 1L T.
GUAYA JELLY FACTORY
Several limes recently the Nkws
has hinted at the establishme nt t.f u
guava jrlly factory on Maui, und imw
has the pleasure of announc ini; thai
during the next week it will beyiu
Mr. Hm:h Colc of Waiin'o and Mr.
Thomas Cluiivh of Paia art- the lead
ing spirits in the enterprise. Machin
ery wns orlei-wl some time since, and
h:is been Installed at Kahului. A spec
ial label hus been prepared for the
fivni,and 000 dozen jelly i s and c;'-i s
have been ordered ami received. The
full capacity of the factory wi'l be 200
cases per d ty, but It will not b" run
to its full rapacity at l;rl. They'll
manufactured by Miis firm h')lds a
hiirh rank among Coast grocrrymen,
unci one wholesale grocery house has
agieed to contract for 5.01)11 cases'
ev.-ry season. Success to the tiew
pascball on Maul.
On next Monday evening, there
will be a special meeting of the. Maui
Athletic Association at Wiluku
Courthouse, at seven o'clock sharp to
discuss the coming baseball league
season, and every member of the Asso
ciation, as well as outsiders ,who are
interested in the game are requested
to be present.
Lust season's league games were
ouite successful, apA tliere is now
material on Maui for a still more suc
cessful league season V'ia year. Wai
luku and Waikapw,cAU p.ut two strong
teams, Kahului shoujd be good for an
other,, and Makawao promises a
fourth. If Lahaina plays, us it probably
will, the league will include live teams
In Honolulu he league season will
be from April to October, and the
Maui league schedule should cover a
like period of time.
There is socio talk that the Morn
ing Star are to go to Hilo some time
this summer to play aHilo. team,
Busy Times at KiphwAuJ
Owing to the number of vessels in
Kahului harbor, work. Is being push
ed as fast as the stormy weather will
permit. The sugar millsn central
Maul are all running to their full
capacity, and long trains of sugar
cars daily reach Kahului.' The Paia
Mill has 25,000 bags of sugar on hand,
all of .which will be shipped on the
Neyadan. Largo amouts of sugar
from the other mills are on band, and
the Nevadan will probably take a full
cargo, about 8,000 tons when she
The new passenger depot at Ka
hului is a little gem, and is a pleasant
waiting place for the trains. The
lawns surrounding it have been set
out to grass, and will soon present a
charming appearance. The railroad
offico building which stood near the
wharf has moted back about fifty
feet, and carpenters, are busy this
week i refitting the interior of the
building, so that when finished it will
be quite an up-to-dato office. During
the past few months Superintendent
Filler has largely remodoled the
yards and buildings, the result being
a very decided improvement.
Last Saturday afternoon and even
ing,' Mr. and Mrs. Waiaholo gave a
bountiful luau, on the first annivers
ary of the birth ol their infant daught
er, Florence ,Eliza. The festivities
took place at the residence of Chief-
of-PoliCe Keanu. A beautiful pav
ilion was constructed for the occasion,
and the decorations wero very taste
ful. A large number of invitations
were sent out. One cow, four pigs,
and fish ia profusion were required
for the uumcrous guests. The cocoa
nut puddmg was delicious.
Mrs. Olsen has recently entertained
Mr. Hofgaard nd Miss McRoy, of
Mrs. Kia aud her son George have
been visiting their Laha'na friends.
Henry Kia has found employment In
Miss Rachel Hayseldeu has enjoyed
a trip to the Island of Hawaii.
Mrs. Halvorsen is away, on a short
journey to the mainland.
Preparations are being m3.de tor
a brilliant wedding.
The avsrage attendance at the
Kmdergarten is aboub 00. Extra
chairs have arrived from Honolulu.
Five tables are now used daily, and
another table s needed.
Mrs. Taylor has returned, from a
pUusiuat visit iu ilouoiuiu, I
RU'ORTOI5 THFI CONDITION OR
The I irt National liank ol Wai
luku, tit Wuilukn, Maui, In the
Tcr. v1 Ihiwnil, nt the clone of
huHlncHH, (Jnuwiiry 'J'2, ISJ04.
li422 t 8
Li'ur.s Und J) m oimts v
Ovi i draft , si cnrrd und
U. !S. li -i.d, 1.. c.-ur.!
i !i cu::i I ion
Prcmi'.ni!-! on I!. i!o:ulr
Hsu kii.tf house, fun it ore
mid l! t ere
Dun from ."stiiir lnks
Interim'- lit Wiui .SIiiilip-
Chi i ks 11. i.l ol tier cash
Fractional paper currency,
i.ickcls and cents
Lawful Money Reskuve
in Hank, viz:
Redemption fund with
U. S. I reasurer. (.1 pel
cent of c:rctihitv;
DO LI. A US
Capital Moei paid i
National Bank note out
standing 10. 50!) 00
Due to State Bank und
Individual deposi Is subject.
Demand certificates of
Time certificates of
Total 97.1G3 57
Ter. of Hawaii, Island of Vaui, ss:
I,, C. D. Lufkin; Cashier of the
above-named bank do solemnly swear,
that" the above statement.! true to
the best of my knowledge and belief,
C. D. LUFKIN,
W. T. Robinson )
R. A. Wadsworth Directors
D. C. Lindsay
Subscribed and sworn to before nie
this 5th day of February, 1904.
JAS. N. K- KEOLA,
(Seal) Notary Public.
To Am. Who AnE Concerned.
Notice is hereby given tlml a peti
tion has been filed by the Territory of
Hawaii for adjudication of water
rights ot the Valley of Kanaha, in
a controversy has. arisen between the
said Territory and the Pioneer Mill
CompanykLtd., therefore the hearing
of said case is set for tht 4th day of
March, 1904, at two o'clock, P. M.,
and all parties interested in the water
rights of said Valhv of KUnaha arc
ordered to appear before mo at the
premises of the Lahalnaluna Sem
inary, Lahaina, Maui, at the afore
said time, (ailingwhich the case will
be adjudicated exparte by default.
. LYLE A. DICKEY,
Conmlssionev of Private Ways and
Water Rights for the Island of Maui.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Wine & Liquor
Co., Ltd., treld on Jab. 27th, 1904, the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
W. T. liobinson Piesiclent
G. B. Robertson Vice-Presideut
C. D. Lufklu Treasurer
J. Garcia .Secretary
Directors: W. T. Robinson, C. D.
Lufkin, R. A. Wadsworth, E. M.
Keeney, J. J. Walsh, H. Streubcck
and W. G. Scott.
NOTICE OP AS8E8SMENT.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
tiou of principle place yl bUhiucKs, San
Km uc lo, California, Locution of work?, llano,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice 1h hereby given, that, at a.meotiugof
the Hoard of Directors, held on tbe Utb day of
Jauuury, I1KM, an ussowment No.. of tun (III)
conta per nbare, was levied upon tbe capltul
xtockof tho Corporation, payable lmmi-dioti-ly
in United Slate gold coin to the Treasurer of
tbe CompaLy, Loujx Saroulat but oftice. No. 001
Fokiora Street, Sia FrapuiKco, California.
Any atock upon wkicb thlh ahkemmunt ahall
remain unpaid on, ubc firat day of March, hW,
will be deltnquont, and-advertliied for aule t
public auction; andunlpiw payment before, will
be Bold on FRIDAY, tbe inli duy of Murch.ium,
to pay tho delinquent asHOKKment, together
witb the contH ol adveiiisiuj aud expenesej of
By order on tbe lluatd of DUa enn-;,
D. C. BATIJS, 6. cretary.
Oftice. Uo. Frout Street, H;,:i Francisco,
Si ; l"d Tenders will he received by
the f-'n ei ii;ti-t:tl. i:t cf Public Works
until 12 M. orM iiiiihiy the l.-tnf Feb
i u:uy, f-r cni.-t rue! hi school house
hi Wniluku, Muui.
I1 Ti ' s !,nd xp i-i!i .1 ! io s on file in
ci'lice i f Siiperintcn.ti lit nt Public
Work-,, 11 noluhi; nis.i i.i illice of
-elux.l A v nl Mi. '. L. Au.-.tin, Wai
The iSu; crii.tciuiciii leM-rvcs the
rli.'lif t" n j' el anv iimi n.j l ids. Teii
dei s l'i li i.-i,(l"i c! en 1: ', i tr.pi' "Pro-pi-nals
for ..fl ooi-hiiuNc. Wailuku."
C. S. MOLLOWAV,
Superiiiti iiilcM t.f Pul;li; Works.
Uep.irtinent nf I'ublie Works.
JanuiK-y Ki, l!)0t.
Si'ulcd Tei:derc will mi rect i,vi d by
'! .Scpi-riiiteiiili'tii, nf Pu.'lii; W 'il:s
until 1 M. of Wf(li:rs..:iy the 17th.
of l,'e'.iru:iry fur Con-.i met i g Sch-x 1
builii g and two Doniiito'-ies, Luliiii
I'laiid ami spec' ileal i u m lile in
ollie" nf Superiiilcudent ef Public
Wo-ks, Hoi. olulu; in ollice of the
Print'iji.tl (if Lahaiiiuluiia Schoo',
'jaui, ui.d In ollice of Mr. L M. I5;ild
win, Shi-riff of Wailuku, Muui.
Contractors will stato in proposals
specific sum for which they will furn
ish all material and labor and erect
the fchool an l dormitoric . Pro
posals to lie endored 01 piiveiope,
"Proposal for constructing school
and domitories; Luhuiualuna."
Tho Superintendent reserves the
tight to reject any and all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Jan. 20, 111(14.
Notice is hereby given 'hat the
Governor has appointed Lyle A.
Dickey, Esq., Commissioner ol Priv
ate Wnj s and Water Rights for the
Island of Maui.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secrctar' of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, January 1!), 100-.',
I have this day appointed Thomas
K. Pa, Esq, Pound Master for the
Government Pound at Huelo, Island
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii
C. S. Hollowuy,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Jan. 23, 1004.
On and after January X, 1004 ,,
through rates on parcels aud pack
ages up to 100 pounds from Honolulu
to all termini of the Kahului Railroad
will bo 23 cents.
WILDER S. S. CO.,
KAHULUI II. R. CO.
Notice to Creditors
Not Ice n hereby given that the uuderxig-ued
a on tbo itlxl duy of Deccinlx'i-, I'.mi, duly ap
pointed Uie executrix of the lust Will aud Tent
anient vt KAUAKAU WILA, Into of Pauwela,
MauL doceus-d. by order ot tho Joilgo of tbe
Circuit Court, Second Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Haaall.
' Thorotore, alL creditor of said eslulo and
uld dtceuNed ara notllled hereby; to Iprenenl
their ciatuis. duly authenticated aud with the
proper voiuhum. If any exlil.oven If the claim
U aecunnl b$ morlitagw umn rual elute to the
uudei-hlKnod at I'auwelu, Maul, orwitb Iu. L.
Coke, Wailuku, Mcul, wlthiu t-i-i inontU from
the dute of tblx notice, Huid date beluir the Unit
publication of lliUuotilcemluir l men clulum
if anv. will be forever burn-d.
Wail"kuMuut, Jjnuury , l.ail.
ExeoittrUof Ibe last Will aud Testament of
Kabakbuwiia, late of l'auwela, Maul, MiilI,
APPRECIATE THE FACT
That wo have bought Shoes for
cash direct from the factories in
the East, hence are able to sell
you bhoes at bedrock prices. We
offer a Ladies' latest style, patent
leather shoe, French heels, for
14.30, such as cost you t.00 in
Honolulu and for you, jrentlcmcu,
we have a patent leather shoo
that costs you Ili.fjO in Honolulu,
and we let you have it lor ?5.00.
You can have your choice of shoes
from tl.SO up tc (3.00; there U no
middle-man with us; everything
is bought direct, hence you t-avo
over 23 percent by buy'nj; from
MAUI WHIG STORE
V. A, VEHISES, l'roprisJnr
A LONG TALE
. k . ...
We have now removed to our new quarters in the old Lewis &
Cooke linildiiiif. 931 Fort Street, where with our increased facil
ities we hope to see all, our eld customers and many new ones.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
P.O. Box 784. Houolulu, H. T. '
mission furniture; ,
for long service
No triirnltufe constructed ijw-o-doys will fiive
longer tier vice than the Mission put tern, Sound, , : ,
solid wood only is used, formed and Joined In the
most substantial iind secure manner. Itseeme
almost Impossible tlmt It should be worn out
with nny kind oi use. ,. v
Come niul 6ee oiijC.stock-ryou will find some exr.
cellent suggestions In It.
Mail ci'deet, ftlven prompt attention.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Lit
Young Building, Corner Hotel Street, Hcnoluju,
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry doods nd General Merchandise
Business Carry the bcs Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD J.,
Which' They Offer and Sell TO JTflE 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 M.iui Hotel as being-equa.1 to,Kona.
Colfoe in Taste andAroma.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less QuanUtie3t
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and pajtieiilftcSi apply to.
CHAS. COPP, - Mokawao, !Mauf..
If you want any of the following articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE GO, Ltd.,
P O. Box 246, Honolulu, T. H.,forprices.
Stoves, and Ranges, Qrcjcery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utznslls, Ajate Ware, Tia WareJceBoxes and Retrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasfs for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., ctq .
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats aha
tiaskets oi Hawaiian Manufacture, andlHawaiian Quilts. 1
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fer Work,
Sueh as Napkin Rings, etc,
S'e Also Receive Articles on Consijjnmenta.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention,
K. or P. HALL HUILTilNG WAIL.UKU,MAt'j
Mpk. J. K. Kaliookelc, Business Manager
New Shipment Coming
Italian Miil!e, Scotctt aud Amerieau Granite, Ornamental
Figures In H t'.iui Marblo on Graaito liases.
Mciikh iuU in jiiv o.ulei ial known to the.trude, including bronze
Pliotrjrrai'h f all des' ;iis cheerfully furnish ou application,
"tft) of any l.nowu makcifuruished.
J. C. AXTBLL
O. LVa .1:. Llli KOJ ALAlvEA Si. Bct. KING anp HOTl'X S?v.