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Order, your job work at the News
Sock bf er is the rage In Honolulu,
unci tho Honolulu Brewery is pushing
More rain.y weather tnis week,
which may interfere with the btsll
Attractive services were held at
tho churches at Wailuku iuiu Lahaina
on Easter Sunday.
The machinery for the Haiku pine
apple cannery reached Honolulu by
last week's Sonoma.
The merchants of Wailuku ant to
get ready for the Spring trade by
inserting live ads in the News.
Both houses of the legislature, se
lected their ollicers and weut to work
iu earnest on Wednesday. Good.
It is a sight for sore eyes to
see the work being done on the road
near Kaiiului. Go it, road board.
Wailuku's 1st class Barber Shop.
Kahului has seemed somewhat dull
this week, ou account of absence ol
shipping, but sugar is pouring in as
Thn Honolulu Brewery's famous
bock beer is for sale at all bars in
bottles. It is a gn-at spring tonic.
Try it. . ..
Quite a number of travelling men
are on Maui this week and find busi
ness good, but complain of slow col
Politics has boomed in Wailuku tnis
week, preparatory to the republican
convention to be held in Honolulu on
Vithin the next three months, the
government will begin the construc
tion of several, important public
provements on Maul.
Work is being pushed on the. new
schoolhouse, and the foundation is &
bout completed and in readness
the erecting of the walls.
The Kahuluis and Wailukus cross
bats at Wells Park tomorrow after
nnnnfur their maiden came of the
season. May the best team win.
The Precinct Republican Club of
AWted Henry B. Wil
kin a Vir President and George H
Dunn Treasurer, to fill vacancies.
Judge Kalua adjourned court till
June 6. but failed to lock up tbe at
tornt vs iu the meantime. You should
have jugged the whole lot, Judge.
The annual meeting of the Mau
RnpiniT Association will be held at
Wailuku this evening, for the pur
pose of the annual election of officers,
Both the civil and criminal calen
dar of the District Court at Wailuku
are in a congested condition, and the
District Magistrate is kept quite
"Woods' & Sheldon who have open
ed a new sporting emporium in Hon
olulu, are bidding for trade on Maui
. . 1,1
See tneir ad ana sena mem i
F.verr citizen of Wailuku should
turn out at the.regular monthly meet
ing of the Improvement Association
at the Courthouse next 'Thursday
Joe Wheeler, aliis "Cyclone'.' was
sent to Honolulu last Saturday. He
reached town iu fine shape, and at
tracted much attention from Honola
On Thursday morning, Judge Kalua
revoked his order adjourningcourt to
June 6, and will proceed with the or
dinary work of the court as
It is already practically settled that
both Honolulu and Hilo will attend
the Fourth of July races on Maui
which means that we are going
have a great race meet.
FOR SALE One Brunswick an
Balke Standard Billiard Tablo and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
M. McCANN, .
If you want a choice line of gro
ceries that you cannot get on Muui,
seud a trial order to Lewis & Co., tbe
"Big Grocery" in Honolulu, and you
.will get what you want at right
The Wailuku republican precinct
club met pursuant to call on Wednes
day eveuing, and nominated as can
didates for election as detgates to
the Territorial Convention the fol
lowing; J, W, Kalua, W. E. Bal,
R. A. Wadsworth,' W! iVtfobiuso'n, D.
H. Case, W. G. Scott, Rev. J. Nj
Washington, D. C, April 6. Pres
ident Roosevelt and Attorney Gen
eral Knox held a conference' today
concerning the action of Circuit Judge
Kalua of Maui. The appointment of
a successor to Judge Kalua is im
minent. Washington, D. C, April 7. Pres
ident Roosevelt today removed Judge
Kalua, Circuit Judge of Maui. His
successor is not yet chosen but will
probably be nominated soon. T.
WORKING FOR MAUI
On last Fridav evening, the execu
tive committee of the Improvement
Association of Wailuku District, held
a meeting to dijrest the work cut out
for thein at Wednesday's meeting of
It beini? learned at the meeting
that Mr. Case, Mr. Coelho and Mr
Robertson of the executive committee
were going to hoiioiuiu on isaiuruu.y,
they were appointed as a special com
mittte to lay all matters considered
before the government authorities
and ask for information and action.
The committee held a long inter
view with Treasurer Kepoikai at tne
Hawaiian Hotel on Sunday, and re
ceived from him much needed inform
ation as well as a cordial support,
which promise he more than fulfilled
before the committee left Honolulu.
On Monday morning the commit
tee, in company with Kepoikai held a
loncund interesting interview with
Superintendent of Public Works, C.
S. Holloway, and fully explained to
him what the committee wished to
accomplish, and received from him
the assurance that he would extend
his hearty cooperation in furtherance
of their plans.
An int erview was then sought with
Governor Carter, who having learned
through the Honolulu press that such
a committee had arrived from Maui
appointed Monday afternoon at
o'clock for the interview. By invita
tion of the committee, Supt. Holloway
and Treasurer Kepoikai were pres
cut at the appointed time and a long
and informal but quite satisfactory
Interview was held with Governor
Carter duriutr which the fact was
brought to view that in the loau bill
$178,000 was appropriated for Maui,
only one-half of which Is available, for
the reason that only oue half Ot the
bonds have 'been cold. Governor
Carter informed the committee how
ever that he had decided to sell th
remaining one-half of the bonds on or
before tho first of July, so that the
whole loan appropriation would be
available during tbe summer.
' The Governor then went into
careful investigation of the more am
portant needs of Maui, a prepared
list of which were presented by the
committee. The matter of equipping
therire department was taken up
and it developed that tho loan bill
makes no provissious tor hydrants
without which n fire department
would be useless. Not lortg since.
Honolulu ordered an additional lot of
hydrants, and it was understood that
the hydrauts needed for Wailuku and
Kahului were included in the order,
Superintendent Holloway howeve
blushingly confessed that when tb
Honolulu order went on, Wailukuhad
been cut out. It was agreed in the
interview however, that Superintend
ent Holloway should at once forwar
an order for hydrants according to
the specifications heretofore 'furnish
ed to the department by Supt. Bal of
the Wailuku water works. It was
also agreed that hose carts and hose
for two carts should at once be order
ed, and that work should at once be
begun on a fire department building,
The matter of the Iao Valley roa
was then taken up, and it was agreed
that tbe work should be pushed. It
was agreed that the bulk of the work
should be done in the upper portion
of the valley, leaviug our road board
to handle the lower end, as the
amount appropriated is insufficient.
Probably however the grade may be
lowered near the reservoir as that
can be done at a small expense ac
cording to the survey made some
months since by Mr. Silliman.
Road work was then discussed and
committee urged immediate work on
the road and bridges to Maaluea Bay,
repairing the parapets on the pa'i
road, and the building of much needed
bridges near Olowalu. The uppsr
jKula road, the "road to'Kihei, from"
"ahito Kailua, the Nahiku road, the
road from Lahaina to Honolua and
from Honolua to Waihee were also
discussed, and the committee strony
ly urj;ed that tho work bo begun on
them as soon as possible.
The proposition of a jit.il at Wai
luku was discussed in connection with
the buikli.ig ot a courtr.ouse. The
oppression of Governor Carter and
upt. Holloway seems to be that the
use of the unfortunate word "county"'
in the clause uppromiaiinif money
for the courthouse will tie the hands of
the government. This is of course a
silly contention, for t'. ere is not and
uaver was a county government ou
M;iui, and everyone knows that the
appropriation was made for the spec
ific purpose of building n courthouse
t Wailuku. If however, the Governor
aud Supt. of Public Works insist on
their contention there is nothing for
the helpless people of Maui to do save
to wait for. legislative action, to
smooth out the difficulty.
At the close of the interview Gov.
ernor Carter was asked to state spec
ideally what he would do for Maui,
He declined to make any specific
promise, but assured the committee
that he would give the matters pre
sented, to bim immediate coiisideru
tion, aud that the department of
Public Works would take them up in
detail and push them to a finish will:
iu the next few months.'
The News man was in Honolulu
when the fit st league game ot ball fur
the season was played in Wailuku,
and is indented to his under study iu
the News office for the following in
teresting skit, apropos of the game.
It was generally supposed that the
Morning Stars having lost some of
their be6t pluyors, which forced them
to put new material in the field, that
the coming championship would be
between the Kahuluis and Wailukus
But the first game played between
the Stars and Makawaos, on Sunday
last proved that their new ones are a
hard proposition. M. E. Meyer a scu
of our old townsman, D. L. Meyer, the
first time in a league game, has cer
tainly played wonderful ball.
Owing to the death of A. J. Rod
rigues, tbe two Garcias members of
the team, could not play and master
Meyer was put in 2id. baseman's
place, and the ease with which he put
three men out by his wonderful ball
throwing should put all of opposing
teams on their guard, what a .crack
er-jack coming pitcher?
When this young man plays a few
games and learns what be has to do,
he "will certainly be a wonder, we pre
diet a coming Champion in this
The following is the official score of
the game, the low record of the Ma
kawaos being explained by the fact
that they were playing on new
ground, against a veteran team, and
there is no doubt but that when they
get one or two new men that they ex
peci, and play one or two games.
they will develop a formidable team
. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
M. Stars 4 5 3 0 2 2 4 1 122
Makawaos....! 1202000 0-
A good, experienced man to tak
care of Coffee Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
To All Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that a peti
lion has been filed by the Territory of
Hawaii for adjudication of the water
rights of the Valley of Kauaha, La
haina, Maui, concerning which a con
troversy Las arisen between the said
Territory and the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, Limited, and others claimin
some right or title therein. .
All parties interested in said water
rights will hereby take notice that
the original hearing on said controv
crsy which was set for the 4th day of
March, 1904,at 2 o'clock P. M., at La
hainaluna, Maui, has, by order of the
Commissioner, been continued to, an
will be held on.lhe 21st day of April
1904,at 10 o'clock A.M.,at;the Court
house, Lahaina, Maui; and all parlies
interested in said waters are hereby
ordered to appear before me, at said
said Courthouse, in Lahaina on said
21st day of Apvil, lj)04, at 10 o'clock
4,. M., and there present their re
spective claims, failing which adjudi
cations thereon will be exparte.
JOHN L. KAULUKOU,
Commissioner of Private Ways and
Water Rights for. the Island of Maui,
Mr. P. Cockett hns bf-en nppnini
I manager of tho Waiohuli Kauri
on Maui, and bills due thp ranche in-
iiy .ible to him only,
The Henry Watkiuiousk Trust (
Mortgngce's Notice of Intention
of Foreclosure and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that pur-
uant to the power contained in that
certain mortgage dated November
5th, 1902, made by Jim Ah Hoy, of
vVailuku, Maui, mortsrasror to the
Von Hamin-Young Company, Limit-
d, a domestic Corporation, of Hono
lulu, Oahu, mortgagee, and recorded
ithe office of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu, Oahu, in Liber
244 on pages G3, 64 and' 65, the said
Von Hainm-Young Company, Ltd.,
mortgagee, intends to foreclose said
nr.irtage for conditions broken, to
wit, the uon-payment of principal and
nterest when due.
Notice is like wise given that the
property covered and conveyed by
suid mortgage will be sold at Public
Auction at the merchandise store of
Jim Ah Hoy on Market street in the
Town of Wailuku, Maui, on Saturday
the 30th. day of April, 11)04, commen
cing at ten o'clock A. M. of 6aid day.
The properly covered by said
mortgage and intended to be sold con
sists of all those certain goods, wares
merchandise, chattels, effects, fix
tures, stock in trade and other the
personal property situated in and
used about that certain store owned
and conducted by tne said Jim Ah
Hoy. Suid store being located on
Market Street iu Wailuku, Maui, T.
H., and immediately adjoining on the
Waihee side the Wailuku Market.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke. Attorney for Mort
gagee, of Wailuku, Maui.
Wailuku, ArilTth. 1904.
The Von Hamm-Young Co., Lid.,
Jas. L. COiE,
Att'y for Mortgagee.
To the Republican Party of Muui.
Pursuaut te a call of the Territoi
ial Central Committee, and agreable
to' the District Committee of the 3rd
Representative District all Repnb
licans and those wishing to affiliate
with the Republican Party, accord
ing to the Rules of the Party, are
hereby requested to meet in the sev
eral Precincts of the' District under
the directions of the Precinct Clubs
and at their usual places of meetings,
on April 6th, 1904, to make nomina
tions of candidates, to be elected at
another meeting to be held on April
9th, 1904, between tho hours of 2 A
M. and 8 P. M.,to elect Delegates to a
convention to be held in the city ol
Honolulu Jon the 18th day of April,
1904tat 10 o'clock a. m.for the the pur
nose, of electing 6 Delegates and 6
Alternative Delegates to . attend
National Coveution to be held in the
City of Chicago, Illinois, Juno 21st,
1904, for the purpose of nominating
candidates for the offices of Presideut
aud Vice President of the United
The number of Delegates to. be
elected to which each Precinct is en
titled is as follows:
1st Precinct, North Molokal, :12(i
votes. 2 Delegates.
2nd Precinct, South Molokai,: 70
votes. 1 Delegate.
3rd Precinct, Lahaina, 79 votes,
4th Precinct, Kaanapali and Hone
kohau, 20 votes, 1 Delegate.
5th Precinct, Lanai, 9 votes, 1
6 th Precinct," Wailuku, 151 votes, 3
7th Precinct, Kahului and Puu
nene 81 votes, 2 Delegates.
. 8th Precinct,' Kihel, 19 votes, 1
9th Precinct, Upper Makawao and
Kula, 42 votes, 1 Delegate.
10th Precinct, Lower Makawao, 136
votes, 3 Delegates.
11th Precinct, Huelo, 26 votes, 1
12th Precinct, Keanae, 29 votes, 1
13th Precinct, Hana, 112 votes, 2
14th Precinc t, Kipahulu and Kaupo,
49 votes, 1 Delegate.
15th Precinct, Honuaula, 23 voten,
1 Delegate. To.tal 22 Delegates.
No person shall be allowed to vote
at this primary who has not caused,
his name to be entered on the rolls of!
the Precinct Club prior to the nom j
iuations of candidates. j
W. F. POGUE. j
'Chairman 'Executive Committee.
W ailuku, Maui, March 18th, 1904
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