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Eggs are quite plentiful ami chcu
on Maui this week.
A first report from the Grand Jur.r
is expected this morning at 9:30.
The weather tor the past few day
has been quiie warm in Vv'ailulku.
There is promise of big mango anu
avocado pear crops o.i Maui thi;; sea
sou. Billheads. letterheads, envelops ar,i
business cards a specialty at the
News Job Office..
The old clock in the church tower,
which has been silent since the storm
is again on the strike.
Work has been progressing nigh
and day at Kahului this week, loading
sugar in the waiting vessels.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co. do thi
best picture framing in the Islands
and-that for the least money.
The delightful weather prevailing
this week has dried up the roads nice
y, but left them quite bumpy,
There is quite lot of work for the
grand jury this term, in the matter
ot investigating comm'ttal cases.
You can order by mail any siz
. mattress you want and have it mad'
to order by Porter Furniture Co.
Times are unusually lively in Wai
luku this week, as there is quite a
largo attendance on Circuit Court.
News reached Wailuku that a Jap
anese at Kailua was killed by an ex
plosion of giarit powder on Monday
Several parties are making plans
to supply Maui with fresh Ash. One
party will deliver live Molokai mullet
The Hawaii and Kauai papers pub
lish the delirquent tax list for 1903 ol
their respective Islands, but the Maui
Assessor forget the Maui paper
Wailuku's 1st class Barber Shop
The First National Bank ot Wai
luku has received its first Instalment
of tiny bank safes for free distribi
ion. Call and get one, and thus save
your Vchickeu feed.
: 'p-Wbcn In Honolulu all Mauites are
j cordially invited . to Hawaiian News
Co. to hear the wonderful Edison Pho
knograph. Call at the Alexander
r Young Building store.
rJ FOR SALE-One Brunswick and
f Balke Standard Billiard Table -and
.V.ouint. Almost new. Appiy xo
v. There are busy days in Wailuku
this week, and notwithstanding the
utmost expedition, the work before
:the Circut Court cannot be concluded
within Jess than at least ten days
Mr. Hugh Robertson of Molokai,
while on Maui, will make invesliga
.tions for tne purpose selecting a site
lor an apiary similar to the one which
he is now conducting at Kaunakakui,
on the Island of Molokai.
John Lot Kaulukou has been ap
pointed Water Commissioner for the
Island of Maui, and, will on Mur. 23
hear a case between the Territory
and the Pioneer Mill Co. concerning
the waters of Kanaha Valley,
If your grocer is up-to-date he has
a full line of the Heinz "57 Varieties'
ot good things for the table. It he
has them not you should recom
mentthithe get a supply at once
from H. Hackfeld & O. Honolulu,
Superintendent Filler and Agent
H. B. Weller of Kahului deserve the
grateful thanks of men and beasts for
the large and convenient watering
trough for aninals placed by them
Ibis week near the Kuhului passenger
A band of about fifty beef
were shipped from Kahului
Cornwell ranch last Saturday, and
owing to the difficulty in shipping
from Makena, it is likely tliat ship
ments will hereafter largely be made
from Kahului. j
Several members of thegracd jury
empanelled this week were 'excused
on the ground that they weiiB tcable
to read and write the English lii
guage, which rendered tt mecc.-sary
to summons a special venue'of three
additional grand jurors. j j
If there is no money to repair the
road from Kahului to Spretkelsvllle,
a detachment of prisoners (should at
lest be sent to lop oil, the overhanging
kia we limbs,, or a, sign will soon be
needed on that formerly milcU travel 1
f i road,, reading, "Ro Uo'tWuiarej '
Now for tiie coming baseball reason.
he Maui Athletic Association, ntiin
niecliiig on Monday evening lust, de
ided to commence the season's games
on April 3rd. The directiors have
een ordered to put the grounds in
Miupe, so that teams may start prac
tise as early ns possible. Tin Secre
tary i ( ported fair prospects for four
or live teams entering. These v- ill be
the Kaliuiuis, Paia & Makuwao, Lah
aina, Morning Stars, mid possibly
Wuiuku& Yuiiapu. Quiti; a lot of
new outness was disposed of at the
meeting, most of it however being re
ferreo to committers who will report
at tnu next spe.cl.il meeting of the As
Sixiuticu, to dually decide on u!l mat
ters appertaining the coming league.
t. li. Suhracler, James Kirklund and
L). L. Meyer were appointed a com
mil tec to formulate ground rules, aud
coinuiunii:ate with (lillerent teams re
garding the prospects of their enter
ing tne league, und under what ar
rangments they would be willing to
enter. Makawao uascomuined forces
wiih Puia and Hatnakuapopo, while
Kuhului will combine with i'uuncne
and Spt'eckelsville. The ''Morniug
Siars" have about the same men, with
one or two changes. Pitcher Jackson
tis Icit the Stars to play for the Ka-uului-Puuuene
Oulcuer Cunmi'uKS staled that he
iiiigtit possibly play lur tlie Kanulut
leam ulso. Should Cuiumiugs join lite
Kahuluis, this would naturally weak
en the Wailuku team, aud if the Wai
iuku-VVuikapu aggregation do uoi
enter, the change would iu a way be
A committee was also appointed at
ilie mettiiiey consisting of O. 1). Luf
kin, L. M. Baldwin und J. Garcia, to
investigate the ques-iiou of erecting a
leuce around the grounds, und to see it
an extension could be grunted, on
what terms lumber could be bought
Kahului has organized a high class
aggregation of cup winners, the
muke-up of their team being as fol
W. H. Corn well, c; A. Jackson,,p.;
V.T. Walsh, lb.; W. Horner 2b. j G.H.
Oummings. 3b.j T. A. Lloyd, (Capt.)
s.s. J. Kaiai, l.f. ; K. Smythe, c.f. ; C
iiailey, r.f.l R. W.'Fillei, Manager;
subs., J. Medeiros, W. W. Wescott,
Vm. Morris, Chas. Shaw.
The uuiform of the Kahuluis will be
white shirts and trousers, black cap
and stockings and white shoes.
The Morning Stars.
The Morniug Stars will practically
be the samo as last season, with the
Krueger brothers for a battery, and
will doubtless maintain their high
Under the captaincy of S. Keliinoi
a Waikapu team has been organized
which contains a u umber of expe
rienced players, and they will put up
a strong game.
' The question of bringing a Lahaina
team over to take part in the league
games was discussed at the meeting
it the Association, and the general
Sentiment was that if the Lahainas
will organize a strong team and play
the tight kind of ball, they will be
'There will be a new team in the
league this year, from Paia, under
the captainship ot A. J. Gomes, who
is an enthusiast over the material he
has on hand. This team will be drawn
from all up country and contains some
really fine players. It Is believed that
that the Railroad Co. will send a
special train to Paia and way sta
tions every Sunday, bringing the peo
pie down to see the games and re
turning them after the games.
Circuit Court In eston.
The March term of Circuit Court
met at Wailuku on Wednesday, Judge
John W. Kalua presiding, and with
the following officers; W. T. Rawlins,
Deputy Attorney Genaral, L. M.
Baldwin, Sheriff; W. J. Coelho, Clerk;
James Thompson, reporter; Capt.
Chas. Wilcox, Hawaiian interpreter;
and Chang Kim, Chinese interpreter.
On Thursday morning, the following
grand jury was empanelled: A. G.
Dickins, Foreman; George O. Cooper,
Clerk; C. H. G. Brown, Manuel Faus
tina, llliam Kauwenaole, E. R,
Lindsey. W. F. Pogue, Henry Rent-
er, Hugh Robertson, W. von Seg
gern, L. von Tempsky, J. J. Wafch,
T. B. Lyons, George Weight,. W. H.
On order to expedite business.
Judge Kalua has ordered night ses
sions, and work is being rapidly push
ed, it being hoped that the term can j
oe comiueieu m ten uay nitnougu i
ibe length . of Uncivil calaudai'- ntayl
Bishop Libert and Father James
arrived in town last Saturday. The
j grounds around the church of ,.Vlai ia
Lanakila were decorated with flavs
and banners in honor of the Bis p's
visit. A very long service was held
on Sunday morning; "and it n'l went
off so nicely," says a lady Who was
prcHent. In addition to the Mass
there was a bau'ism. followed by a
confirmation. Father James, of the
ca'h. dral staff in Honolulu, made ad
di i Hseti in Hawaiian, Portuguese and
Eulih. Bishop Libert preached in
Hawaiian, und after the sermon
Father Wendelin presented about
titty 'candidates for confirmation.
Charles Cockett of Molokai is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. Rebecca
A very pleasant entertainment was
given in honor of Bishop Libert on
Monday by the children of the Sacred
The program was as follows.
Bishop's Uecepiiont Piano Duet
Welcome Song, Chorus; Happy Lit
tie Fishes, Primary: Belgian Hare's
Dance, Piano Duet; This Letter is
For My Papa, Vocal Solo; The Ten
Cninamen, Action Song; The En
chanted Apple, Operatta in 3 Acts
After the cntei taintnent, very ap.
pronriate. remarks In praise of the
school were made by the Bishop.
During the week Bishop Libert
has been entertained by Mrs. M
Sylva, Mrs. James Molony, Mrs
Frances S. Mulon'y-and others. The
Bishop and Father James will prob
ably return to Honolulu on Saturday,
Miss-A. Z. Hadley gave an after
noon ea on Wednesday. .
Mr.. Henry Dickenson has received
a fine orange tree, of the best River
side variety, by the last steamer
from the mainland.
Notice is hereb giveu that the
Governor has appointed John Lot
Kaulukou Esquire, Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Rights for
the Island of Maui, vice Lvle A.
Dickey Esq. resigned. '
A. L. C.ATKINSON,
Secretary of the Territory,
Capitol, Honolulu, March 7 tb, 1904.
To All Whom It May Coecern.
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed by the Territory
of Hawaii for adjudication of water
rights of the Volley of Kanaha, in
which a controversy has arisen be
tween the said Territory and the
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited.
Therefore the hearing of said case is
set for the 4th day of March, 1904, at
2 o'clock P. M., and all parties inter
ested in the water right3of said Val
ley of Kanaha, are ordered to appear
before me at the premises of the La
hainaluna Seminary, Lahaina, Maui,
at the aforesaid time, failing which
the case will.be adjucated exparte by
(Signed) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Commissioner of Private Ways and
Water Rights for the Island of Maui.
Hearing in the above mentioned
matter, by consent of parties, and
order of Commissioner Pro Tem, has
been postponed until Friday, March
23, 1904, at ten o'clock of said day.at
which day and hour all parties Inter
ested in said matter are hereby di
rected to appear before me, John
Lota Kaulukou, Commissioner Pro
Tem, In the Courtroom, Lahaina Court
bouse, Lahaina, Maui. (The place of
meeting have thus been changed by
JOHN L. KAULUKOU,
Commissioner Pro Tem of Private
Ways and Water Rights for the Isl-
nad of Maui, H. T.
March 10th, 1904.
The Sun Quong Hing Dry Goods and
Grocery Store business together with
the buildings and lease on the premi
ses, at Kahului, Maui, T. H., was
on the 2nd day of January, 1904, sold
and transferred to the Sun Kwong
On Co. All bills payable to or owing
by said Sun Quong Hlng on said Jan
uary 2, 1904, are to be settled by sai a
Sun Quong Hing. The Sun Kwong
On Co. will make full payment of the
purchase price to Sun Quong Hing
on March 20, 1904.
SUN.KWONG ON CO., j
By Tang You, Manager
BOARD Ol-' COMMISSIONERS Ol
AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY.
The import ati m into the Territory
of Hawaii of nil banana fruit, banana
slioo's or plant's from all Ish.nds c f
the South Pacific Ocean aud Seas is
hereby prohibited until further
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Secretary and Executive Officer.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1904.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Ol
AGRICULTURE and FORESTRY.
The introduction of all sugar canes
into the Hawaiian Islands is prohib
ited, save and excepting small quan
tities of special varieties for purpose.
of seed, and these shall be importer
through the port cf Honolulu only
und shall also be subject to special
treatment and supervision of th
Entomologist, on arrival.
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Secretary and Executive Officer.
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1904.
Individuals, Firms and Corporations
furnishing supplies and rendering
services to the Department ol
You are cautioned to furnish sup
plies aud render service ouly upon
Written Orders from the following
C. S. HOLLOVVAY, Superinten
dent of Public Works.
J. H. HOWLAND, Assistant Sup
erintendent of Public yVorks.
C. M. WHITE, Chief Clerk.
ANDREW BROWN, Superinten
dent Honolulu Waterworks.
SAMUEL JOHNSON, Road Sup.
SAMUEL JOHNSON, Superinten
dent Garbage & Excavator Service.
W. L. FRAZEE, Superintendent
Electric juights. Honolulu.
C. H. THURSTON, Chief Engineer
Honolupi Fire Department. ' '
W. VANATTA, Superintendent
Hilo Water Works.
W. E. BAL, Superintendent Wai
luku & Kahului Water Works,
R. P. HOSE, Superintendent La
haina Water Works.
. HENRY BLAKE, Superintendent
Koloa Water Works, aud by the
CHAIRMAN of the various Road
Boards of the Territory; actiug 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 ol
Scstion 6 of the Act approvod July 5,
1834, to go from one insular territory
to another insular territory of the
United States, or from such insular
territory to the mainland territory
of the United States.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii
Capitol, Honolulu, February 25, 19C4,
MAUI DRUG STORE
Y. A, YETIESEN;. Proprietor
A LONG TALE SHORT
t 1 - i-- 'i
We have now removed to our new quartars in the old Lewis &
Cooue Building, 931 Fort Street, where with our increased facil- '
ities we hope to see all our old customers aud many new ones-.;
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
P. O. Box 734. Honolulu. II. T. ,
Made to order.
You see just what goes into them when you have themr
made here. We make our mattresses on the premises at .
our store. You select the hair and we have sample mat
tresses to show the ticking and workmanship. We make
them to your order and ready to suggest the best kinds to y ;
those who are unfamiliar with mattress construction
Special attention given to shipments to otter Islands.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd;.
Young Building, Corner Hotel Street, Honolulu
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE.
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Busiuess Carry the best
Which They Offer 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 Kona
Coffee iu Taste and Aroma.
i . -
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 Chav.ee uvt'ie Local Mar'.tet.
For prices and particulars, a?plyto
CHAS. COPP, - - Makaw'ao, !Maul.
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd.,,
P. O. Box 246, Honolulu, T. H.t for prices.
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Ware,IceJB?xes and .Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for. years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers. Cartridges, etc., etc;
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solic.ted'(v
THE; MAUI BAZAAR
Hawaiian Carioi, Ivory wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana..
jjaskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, andHawaijan 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. of P. HALL BUILDING;
Mps.J. K. Kaliookele,
New Shipment Coming
Italian. Mirble, Scotch and Auisricau Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italiau Marble on Granite Bises.l
Memorials in any material known to thcjtradC, Including bronzs
Photographs of all .designs cheerfully funnish oi aoplicatiots
Safe of lanyjknown niakeifurnlshed.
J. C. AXTBLL
Selected Stock for ISLAND TRADE,