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The Match term of Circuit Court at
Wai'.uUii opens next Wednesday.
The Wailuku District Court hus b-en
quite busy this week disposing of paka
The road board i at work this week
repairing Hie roads to Wnihee and
Send your orders to the News Job
0;lije ir you want jmiupt an 1 sain
This is mosquito season in W'ailukn.
and thivfl. varieties are busy at work
in eight hour shifts.
Broken fragments of the kona storm
as still drifting up from the .'south
west, giving Maui ilni'y.showcrs.
Notwithstanding the rough weath
er at. Khhului, unloading of freight
and ihe loading of sugar . progresses
The Japanese snow left town for
Lahaina last Tuesday morning in a
caravan of, wagons furnished by the
. A gaselinc olasmobile came spinning
up the streets of Wailuku last Mon
day, and appeared quito at home in
our lively little town.
An elaborate concert is being pre
pared to be held at Alexander House
next Saturday eveoing, March 12.
Save the date for the occasion.
Wailuku's 1st class Barber Shop.
Mr. Lucas has the contract for the
Lahainaluna School buildings, and will
have the lumber on the ground next
week. The work will be pushed to
It begins to seem quite likely now
that the new wholesale liquor store
to be started in the Kepoikai building
under the auspices of Peacock & Co.
will fail to materialize.
As long as the town clock is silent,
the Kindergarten at Alexander
House will be opened according to
railroad time. "Central" can give it
Authoritative letters from Hono
flint, f lii . in i true it for the
1UIU DVUkO .v.-.--
TVailn'ifii snVioolhouse was to be award
early this week, an J that it would
FOR SALE One Brunswick and
Balke Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
A subscription paper was circulat
ed in Wailuku this week to raised $150
for the purpose of repairing the tow
erof Kaahumanu Church, which has
been damaged by the recent heavy
The Ten Cent social at Alexander
House last Saturday evening was a
gratifying success, both "in point of
attendance and enjoyment. The so
cials' are quite popular and will he
Tfiven more often hereafter.
The hearing of the water right case
ot Lahaina between the Territory
and' the Pioneer Plantation has been
postponed as it has been discovered
that Commissioner Lyle A. Dickey is
disqualified to sitir. the case.
Superintendent Filler of the Knhu
lul R. R. is making arrangements to
run the tug '.'Leslie Baldwin" on regu
lar trips up to Pump No. 1 along the
Spreckelsville road, as that highway
is now navigable for small steamers
to the foothills.
The K ahului Store has remodeled
jts office department and considerably
enlarged it, which makes n ma-ken
"improvement. The office now pre9en ts
an. elegant anJ attractive appear
ance, as well as being more roomy and
An injuntion suit has been filed in
Honolulu by a disgruntled Hilo con
tractor to set asido the contract
awarded to Lucas Bros, for the con
struction of the Lahainaluna school
buildings, on the cround that the con
tract was irregularly awarded.
From the annual report of Manager
Barkhausenof Pioneer' Plantation,
Lahaina, it appears that the success
ful mountain tunnelling for water at
that plantation will eventually result
hi saving huudreds of thousands of
dollars annually to the Plantation.
A petition Is being circulated at
Lahain for a $100,000 wharf to deep
water, to connect wit the railroad
from Wailuku to Lahaina. If, how
ever, the wharf is not built until ihe
railroad is in operation this genera
tion will embark from L&h&iB&lnrow
While Presiding Eider Pearspn was
in town last week, ho gave a lecture
on '-The War in the E;ist." ' A large
audienco of Japanese, and a few
Korean's listened with intense In
terest. The elder's remarks were in
terpreted into the Japanese and
Korean languages. An impromptu
map of the seat of war was specially
prepared for this occasion.
Mr. Wilkins and his assistant car
penters are rapidly constructing the
new building on the Government
school grounds. The dimensions are
as follows: length, 2U feci; width, -4
foot; height, 1 le.i t.
The Rev. Falh.-r Wcndelin expects
a visit from Bishop Libert ut ll.e?nd
of the week.
Mr. Henry Dickenson lias been
somewhat indisposed for several cays.
Rev. T. Koinuro translated an Eng
lish book into Japanese List year, and
he intends to translate another book
Reidar Olsen's birthday was ct-
ebrated by a very pleasant party on
The U. S. Lighthouse Inspector
will probably report in favor of build
ing a lighthouse for Lahaina.
The funeral of Sylvia Viola, infant
daughter of Robert Ellsworth nnd
Rose Cockett, took place at Lnhaina
Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon.
The love of riusic is inherent in al
most every person and where theru is
a lack of an appreciation of t he divine
art, there is sure to be found some
element that is antagomistic to higher
culture and advanced civilization. In
communities where there are no bunds
or singing societies it is a noticeable
fact that people are unprogressivc,
devoid of refinement and live wholly
on the physical plane, giving no heed
to any of the arts and totally indif
ferent as to the outcome of the future.
As soon as bands are organized in
such places, the whole character of
the people is changed and they feel
that they have taken on a new lease
The Wailuku Brass Baud is an ac
complished fact they have given
concerts and proved that the or
ganization is not a whim, a fancy,
but something permanent. Their pro
gress has been marked, and shows
what earnest effort and carctul in
struction can do.
The Band proposes during the com
ing year to give regular concerts,
but wishes to appear as regularly or
ganized bands appear in uniform.
For this reason, it is proposed that
a Band Benefit be given at one of the
halls of Wailulu, at which a small ad
mission fee will, be charged, the pro
ceeds to go towards the purchasing
of the uniforms.
The program will consist of band
and orchestra selections, solos, etc,
full details of which will appear short
ly together with location of entertain
ment, price of admission, etc.
Concert at Alexander House.
It is expected that a concert will
be given Saturday evening, March
12th at the Alexander House. Music
will be rendered bv an Hawaiian male
quartette and by soloists and clubs
of several nationalities upon instru
ments typical of the countries repre
The proceeds are to be devoted to
the insurance of Alexander House.
Tickets for children under ten years
of age, 15 ceuts, adults 35 cents. All
members of Alcrander House classes
over ten years of age, who ask Misses
Babb or Gay for tickets during the
week will receive them for 2.5 cents.
Alull Turned Down.
A day or so before Attorney-General
Lorrin Andrews lelt for the
Coast, he commissioned Attorney N.
W. Alull as Dputy for the Second
Judicial District, to jjresldo. as. such
at the March term to.be held at Wai
luku. In pursuance of, his appoint-,
ment Mr. Alull took up the Calendar,
and had largely advanced the prellmi
On last Monday however, Deput.y
Attorney-General Peters, who by the
way has no burning aloha for Maui,
cancelled Aluli's appointment and is
sued a commission in lieu thereof to
Attorney M.F. Prosserof Libue.Kau-.
ai, who will be in attendance on Cir
cuit Court as Attorney-General.
Although Mr. Prosser is quite com
petent, still it is a senrco ot chagrin
to Mr. Aluli's-friends on Maui that he
should not have been allowed the hon
or of coming to his own homo town as.
Company I., N. G. H. ,
Captain Hipa of Co. E., Honolulu
arrived on Wednesday, and will spend
three weeks on Maui, shaping up our
military company for a visit from
Lieutenant Newton, U. S. A., who
is expected here on March IS). Since
Capt. Hipa's arrival he has spent
every evening drilling Co. I., nd ol
Sunday the company will bo taken
out, probably to the saudniils, for an
all day field drill.
Captain Hipa highly conpiiments
Captain Bui and the officers of Co. 1
on their enk-iericy in evolution dri.l
and the tn:iiiiii of arms, and pi ctlic'S
i ha I .Maui will have out of Hie bam.er
companies of the batallnn or Nation. 1
Latest Foreign News
London, England, March 2. The
rumo'.'that the Japanese' fleet had
captured Port Arthur, received early
in the dcy, has not been cor.lirmeU.
Tokio, Japan March 2. The Jap
anese Diet has been summoned to
meet on March 13lh. It will be call
ed upon to act on a proposal for in
creased taxation for war purposes.
Manila, P. I., March 2.Pio del
Pllu, the famous insurgent general,
nas jointed tho outlaws. It is antici
pated that he will attempt to organize
a force to resist American control.
San Domingo, Haytt, March 2.
The insurgent forces seized an Amer
Tu'ilo, Mar. 2. The building of a
mrti ui y railroad from Seoul to Wiju
CV'f.ni, Mar. 2. Japanese tran-
storU are still arriving at Chemulpo.
It is feared that the Japanese horses
will prove to be unserviceable.
Paris, France, March 1. The Jap
anese general star! is said to have
gone to Chemulpo.
Melbourne, Mar. 2, Dowie the
Zionite has appealed to the American
consul for protection against mobs.
Washington, Mar.2. The Cabinet
has decided not to seud troops to Pa
natna. The marines will continue on
Washington, D. C. March 2. The
inquiry in the charges filed against
Senator Reed Smoot of Utah began
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Havrull. At Chumlor, in
iVobuto. Ia tho mutter of tho Estivto of C. D.
LOVELAND.lateof Makan ao, Muul, Deceased
ON READIN'Q and Filing the Petition of
Clura C. Lovelundof Mukatvao, Muul, alleging
tbitt Charles D. Loveluud of Mukuwuo, Maui,
died iutcstu'le ul Mukawao, Maui, on tho 18th
day of January, A. U. mil, leaving property In
the Hawaiian lslandM neeexKary to bo adminis
tered 'upon, to wit: Cash in Dank of Onus
SprevkolH, Honolulu, t038.04 and praying .that
Lettoni of Administration lisue to C. D. Lufk n
ot Wailuku, Maui.
IT 18 ORDERED that Saturday, the lith day
of Murch A. D. 1WI, ut 10 o'clock A. M., be uud
horeby it: appointed for hearing ttatd Petition In
tho Court Room of tbla.Court at Wutluku.'Muul
ut which time and place all persona concerned
may appear and show cause, if any they have,
why said Potttioniiuould not bo granted.
Uy Order of the Honorable John W. Kalua
Judge of the Circuit Court, Second Circuit, this
16th day of Februry A. D. 1901.
W. J. COELHO, IL. 8.)
; Clerk of the Circuit Clerk of the Sud Circuit.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
lion ol principle place of business, San
Francisco, California, Location of works, Haua,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice In hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Hoard of Directors, held on the Vth day of
January, 11)04, an assessment Jo. 4, of ten (1U)
ceuts pur share, was levied upon tho capita!
stock ol the Corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold ooln to the Troasuror of
the Company, Louis Saroul, ut his office, No. 601
Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon whVih this assessment shall
romutn unpaid on the first day of March, lmn,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction; a,nd unless payment before, will
be sold on FRIDAY, the ioth duy of Marob.lWM,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with theoo.'.tsof advertising and cxpeuesus ot
Uy order o the Board ot Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
Offloe.-Jfo. IIS Front Street, Snu Francisco,
The Sun Quong Iling Dry Goods and
Grocery Store business together with
the building and Umi on- the prem
se, ut Kal.uli;.', rUul, T. H., was
on the 2nd duy of January, 1904, sold
and trnferi ed t' the Sun Kwong
On Co. Ail HiU payable to or owing
by said Sun 'Juong Hlng on said Jan
uary 2, VJi4, are t be settled bysaia
Sun Quong Hiog. The Sun Kwong
On Co. will make full payment of the
purchase price to Sun Quoug Hing
ou March 20, 1004. I
SU5UWONG ON CO.,
' By Taug You, Manager-
BOAUD OK COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY.
The unpoitation into the Territory
of Hawaii of till banana fruit, bnnan
shoo's or plants from till Islands
the South Pacific Ocean and Seas i.
hereby prohibited until furlhoi
C. S. HOLLOW AY, '
Secretary and Executive Ollieer.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1904.
HOARD OF CO.MMIiSiONERS Ol'
AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY.
The inti odm lini; ot nil sugar rui'.r;
into the .llawaiiuu Islands is uroliiu
iteil. save and excepting small quuii
tilies of special varieties for purpose
of seed, and these shall be imported
through the port -f Honolulu only
and shall also be subject to special
treatment and supervision of the
Entomologist, on arrival.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary and Executive Officer.
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1004.
Individuals, Firms and Corporations
furnishing supplies and rendering
services to the Department ol
You are cautioned to fumiih sup
plies aud render service only upon
Written Orders from the following
C. S. HOLLOWAY, Superinten
dent of Public Works.
J. H. HOWLAND, Aseist.mt Sup
erintendent Of Public Works.
C. M. WHITE, Chief Clerk.
ANDREW BROWN, Superinten
dent Houolulu Water Work?.
SAMUEL JOHNSON, Road Sup-
SAMUEL JOHNSON, Superinten
dent Garbage & Excavator Service.
W. L: FRAZEE, Superintendent
Electric eights. Honolulu.
C. H. THURSTON, Chief Engineer
Honolulu Fire Department.
W. VANATTA, Superintendent
Hilo Water Works. .
W. E. BAL, Superintendent Wai
luku & Kahului Water Works.
R. P. HOSE, Superintendent La
haina Wat A" Works.
HENRY BLAKE, Superintendent
Koloa Water Works, and by the
CHAIRMAN of the various Road
Boards of tho Territory; acting un
der and within the limits of authori
zations granted by the Superinten
dent of Public Works.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent, of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Feb.
Notice is given that, in accordance
with Rule 61 of the CHINESE REG
ULATIONS approved by Hon. Geo.
B. (Jortelyou, Secretary of commerce
and Labor, July 27, 1903, A. L. C
ATKINSON, ESQ., Secretary of
Hawaii, is hereby designated as the
officer to grant permission to Chinese
persons of the classes mentioned in
Article 3 of the convention of De'
cember 8, 1894, who are resident in
the insular territory of the United
States, to comply with the terms ot
Sestion 6 of Ihe Act approvod July 5,
1834, logofrom one insular territory
to another insular territory of the
United States, or from such insular
territory to the mainlr.nd territory
. G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
Capitol, Honolulu; February 25, 1004.
MAUI DRUG STORE
Y. A, YETLESEN,. Proprietor
A LONG TALE
We have now removed to our new quarters in the old Lewis &
Cooke Building, 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. Fouolulu, H. T.
FOR LONG SERVICE
No furniture constructed now-o-days will give.,
longer service than the Mission pattern. Sound,
solid wood only is used, formed and joined in the.
most sub8tnntinl and secure manner. It seems.,
almost impossible that It should be worn out; ,
with any kind of use.
Come and see ourstockyou will find some ex
cellent suggestions In it.
Mail orderti given prompt attention.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd,
Young Building, Csrncr Hotel Street, Honolulu
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THtt
x Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stoclf for ISLAND TRAPd.
Which They Oder and Sell TO THE 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 Miui Hotel as being equal to Koiv.
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 Coffeo a Fair Chance in the Local Market. .
For prices and particulars, apply to
t - (
CI1AS. COPP, - - Makawao, l.Waui.
If you want any o? the folio wing?articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd.,,
P. O. Box 246, Honolulu, T. H.t for prices;
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchm
Ut:nsils, Agate Wars, Tin Ware,Ic5Box2s and Retrig-.
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc:
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited
THE mUI BAZAAR
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, andiHawaiian 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. ot P. HALL BUILDING WAILUKUjMAUl
Mrs. J. K. Kahookelc,
NeA Shipment Coming,
Italian Marble, Scotch aud A.nerican Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite IVises.-
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronaf
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on. auplicalion.
Safe of anykiiown makeifurnibked.
J. C. AXTBLL
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