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Appearances lias week seem to in
dicate that the winter rain storms
'arc about over.
Mango trees in Wailuku have not
blossomed yel, on account of tho con
tinued cooi weather.
The Nevadan has teen loading
sugar in Kuliului this week, and the
work was rushed, day and night,
If you want the best cigar in Wai
luku, or even the next best,' call at
the otlice of the Maui Hotel and get it.
Wailuku's 1st class Barber Shop.
Thn District Court at Wailuku has
been kept quite busy all week, clear
lug up its docket of accumulated
Seyeral locals parties have recent
ly visited Haleakala, and pronounce
the view as one of the grandest on
It is worth a walK down to the new
school grounds to see the solid found
ation on' which our new school build
ing will rest.
All nations (except Carrie) driuk
Pritno Lager. ' It is not fortified with
injurious preservative acids like im
Pearson & Potter Co., Fort Street,
Honolulu, advertise a complete list
nf annrt.incr fronds ill this lSSUe. See
their new ad. .
The News Job Office turns out good
work promptly, and has just received
.- a large new stock of stationery by
The storms prevailing on the Islands
are ouly the outer edges of a general
storm belt extending eastward to tho
Rocky Mountains. .
'The Ladies' G uikl of "Wailuk u will
mr.pt At the residence of Mrs. G. 13.
Robertson on next Tuesday after
noon, at 2:30 o'clock.
The "Brownie" camera takes ex-
cellent pictures and costs only $1.00
fiend to Honolulu Photo Supply' Co.
for a "Brownie" booklet free.
Vetlesen of the post qffice store
runs an ad this week which shows that
he is trvinsr to fill the want expressed
b hist week's News editorial. Help
Maui is entitled to one delegate to
the Chicaeo convention, and the Maui
' delegates to the Honolulu convention
should see that we get out: rights iu
The thauks of the public are due to
tho Wailuku Band which volunteered
to play at the bull grounds last Sun
day afternoon. Their music was
The Stars and Wailukus meet for
the first time tomorrow, and as the
Wailukus have materially stength
ened their team a warm and interest
i.ng game should result.
FOR SALE-One Brunswick and
Balke Standard Billiard.-Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
1 M. McCANN,
The stone used in building our new
sehoolhouse is pronounced by experts
to be of a very high grade, and the
i assertion.is made that the building
j will not have a superior iu the United
The Impiuvem&nt Association and
the people of Wailuku are anxiously
expecting action by the authorities,
who claim to be overworked just now.
Hurry up, gentlemen, we have waited
too long already. ;
The match race between Geraldine
and Jennie E. is off for the present,
and the forfeit money has been drawn
down. They will doubtless try each
other's mettlo at the Fourth of July
races here; however.
The Japanese beetle pest has prac- j
tically disappeared from Vailuku,
and we are fast becoming a city of
roses, several magnificent bushes of
which are in full bloom in the hand
some grounds ot the Wailuku hotel.
. Notice. The regular quarterly
meeting of tho stockholders of the
MauiWbe& Liquor Co., Ltd., will
be held at the K. of P. Hall, Wailuku,
bn Wednesday, April 20, at 7:30
o'clock P. M,
Every home and office should have
aMacey sectional bookcase. They
'"keep tUe boaksJry and free from
dust, and preserve them from injury
from cockroachos. Send for catalog
and pi.es to H. IJackfeld & Co. Honolulu
Annual M. R. A, Meeting.
At the annual meeting of the Maui
Racing As.oeiation called for last
Saturday evening new officers were
elected for tho ensuing .year, ns fol
lows: G. B. Robertson. President:
I. Kirk land, Vice-President; D. L.
Meyer, Secretary; W. T. Robinson,
Treasurer; M. L. Decker, W. H.
Cornwell und W; T. Robinson, Exe
Secretary Meyer submitted a
lengthly report of the finanlal condi
tion of the Association,' from which it
appears that there are several hun
dred dollars outstanding as dues from
delinquent members, many of whom
have left the Territory. On motion
it was 'resolved that all delinguent
members should bo notified at once
by tl'ie secretary, and all such who
have failed to square their accounts
by the time of the next regular meet"
ing are to be dropped from the roll.
Tho Executive Committee were in
structed to prepare a program of
races for July 4, to bo submitted to
the next rcgual meeting, it being the
sense of the meeting the substantial
purses be offered. Letters from Ha
waii and reports from Honolulu In
dicate that there will be a large at
tendance of horsemen and horses from
both places on July 4, so that we are
reasonably sure of some line races.
From letters received from Hilo, it is
learned that it is mote than likely
than there will be no Fourth of July
races there. The Honolulu men dis
cussed the proposition also of cutting
out the June 11 races in Honolulu,
but have finally concluded to hold
races as usual.
gl to 7.
Is what the Kahuluis did with the
Wailukus last Sunday. But for all
that it was an interesting game from
start to hnish. The Kahuluis are to
be congratulated on the team they
have got together this season. Their
boys work well together, and if they
have a weak spot, it did not become
visible during the game. The Wai
lukus played some good men but one
or two big holes in their team leaked
badly, giving the Kahuluis eight runs
in tho first two innings to one for
the Wailukus. After that the game
ran more evenly, but the Kahuluis
outplayed the ' Wailukus steadily to
the end of the game.
Tomorrow's game will bo between
the Morning Stars and Wailukus, and
as the Wuilukus have materially
strengthened their team, a more even
game may be expected. Ia partial ex
planation of the Waterloo of the Wai
lukus in last Sunday's game,it may be
stated that their second baseman fail
ed to show up, which left a very weak
link in their chain. The Stars will
probably play the same line-up that
they played against the Makawaos.
The line-up of the Wailukus in tomor
row's game will probably be Joe Ross,
c; D. Espinda, p.; Cornwell, lb.; K.
Enos, 2b. ; H . Enos, 3b. ; Palapala, ss. ;
D. Pokipala, rf.j P, Ivawelo, cf.; and
J. King, rf. This should make a team
which will keep the Stars moving.
The official score by innings of last
Sunday's game is as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
Kahuluis 3 5 1 2 0 3 2 4 121
Wailukus. .... 1 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 7
At a meeting ot Council No. 576,
Young Men's Institute, held at their
hall April 0th, 1904, the following
resolutions were unanimously adopt
Whef.eas, It has pleased Almighty
God in His infinite wisdom to take
from this vale of tears our worthy
brother member A. J. Rodrigues: and
Whereas, It is just and right that
we record our sincere sorrow for the
loss sustained by this Council in his
death, being called away in bis prime
of life; therefore be it
Resolved, That while we bow jn
hurn,ble submission to the Divine Will,
who does all things for the best, we
cognize that this Council has lost a
worthy brother member who was im
bued with the spirit of fraternity, the
community an upright citizen and his
family a kind and affectionate bus
band and father.
Resolyed, That we sympathize and
condole with the family qf our deceas
ed brother member in this their time
of sorrow and affliction and pray that
G od in .His mercy may send them con
solation to sustain them in their irt
Resolved, That these resolutions
be spread upon our minutes and a
copy be sent to the family of the de
ceased, and be also published in Iho
Maci Nxws and Institute Journal.
GlO. B. SCIIRADER ) "
J no. Vasconcem.os Committer
TjIQS. HoLsim, )
Improvement League Meeting.
On Thursday evening the regular
monthly meeting of the-Improyrment
Association ol Wailuku ' District was
held at Wailuku Courthouse, with a
good attendance. Upon reading unci
approving the minutes of the last re
gular meeting, a number of names
were handed up to the' chairman us
applicants for membership to the As
sociation all of w horn were elected.
Chairman Case, as chairman of the
Executive Committee reported wlvxt
that committee had done in further
ance of the work of the Association,
and by request G. B. Robortseu gave
an account of the work' done by the
sub-Committee of the executive com
mittee in Honolulu.
"Mr. Hugh M. Coke introduced a
resblutiou'neverelv condemning the
proposed action of the legislature in
diverting the $."0, 000 appropriated to
the uses and purposes of the Kahului
w'aarf and applying it to the benefit of
Honolulu and demanding that said
money bo applied to the uses of Maui.
The resolution carried unanimously
also a resolution to wire notice of it
to our representatives in the legis
lature. The amendment proposed byJudgt
McKay at the last meeting, to in
crease the number of the executive
committee from seven to eleven was
carried and by ballot the following
names were chosen; J. N. S. Vyilliams,
W. E. Bal, HughM. Coke, R. A.
Maul Delegates Elect.
The following are the delegates elect
from Maui to the Republican Territo
rial Convention in Honolulu:
First and Second Precincts No re
Third Precinct S. Kapu. '
Fourth Precinct R. C. Searle.
Fifth Precinct Henry Gibson.
Sixth Precinct W. T. Rooinson,
W. E. Bal and D. H. Case.
Seventh Preciuct R. W. Filler and
W. D. Hardy. " '
Eighth Precinct James Scott.
Ninth Precinct D'avid Morton.
Tenth Precinct S. Kalama, C. H.
Dickey and H. A. Baldwin.
Eleventh Precinct W. F. Pogue.
Twelfth Precinct John Kaiwi.
Thirteenth Precinct George E.
Cooper and M. H. Reuter.
Fourteenth Precinct L. Joseph.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
TTANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
XX tion of urluuipul uluue of biuluuss-, Sun
Francisco, California. Location of worta.Hana,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is' hereby given, that nt a meeting of
the Board of Director, hold "on the Uth day of
January, 1DU4, an assesxment, No. 4, of ton (10)
cents per share,' was levied upon' the capital
stock of the Corporation, payable Immediately
in United States gold coin to tho Treasurer of
the Company, Louis Saront, at his office, No,
All Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the first day of March, l'.HM.
will be dellnijucnt, and udrertised for sale at
public auction; and unless payment is made be
fore, will bo sold on FRIDAY, the ifith day of
March. 1IKU, to pay the delinquent assessment
together with costs of advertising und expenses
Dy ordor of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
Office No. 315 Front Srrect, San Francisco,
. The dato of the delinquency ot the above As
sessment was thlsduy postponed until tho SMth
duyot March, 11XU, und the day of salu was
postponed until SATURDAY, the 3rd day of
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Sooretary.
San Francisco, March 5, 1WU.
The date of the delinquency of tho above A
scssinent was this day postponed until tho I' d
day of April, 1MH, aud the day ot uule was post
poned until SATURDAY, the silst dayoi May,
By order of the Board nf Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
San Francisco, March 3D, 1U04.
To All Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed by the Territory of
Hawaii for adjudication of the water
rights of the Valley of Kanaha, La
haina, Maui, concerning which a con
troversy Las arisen between the said
Territory and the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, Limited, and others claiming
some right or title therein.
All parties interested iu said water
rights will hereby take notice that
the original hearing on said controv
ersy which was set for the 4th day of
March, 1904,at 2 o'clock P. M., atLa-
hainaluna, Maui, has, by order of the
Commissioner, been continued to, and
will be held on, the 21st day of April,
1904,at 10 o'clock A.M., at the Court
house, Lahaina, Maui; and all parties
interested in said waters are hereby
ordered to appear before me, at said
said Courthouse, in Lahaina on said
21st day of April, 190-1, at 10 o'clock
A. M., aud there present their re
spective claims, failing which adjudi
cations thereon will be exparte."
JOHN L. KAULUKOU,
Commissioner of Private Ways and
Water Rights (or. the Island of Maui,
No. 5994. '.
REPORT OF THE COISDITION OF
The -first Notional BanU of Wai
luku,' at Wailuku, Mnul. In the
Terr, of Hawaii, ot the c!oe ot
business, March 28. 1904.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure clr-
Premiums on U. S. Ronds
Bankiug house, furniture
and fixtures '
Due from State Ranks and
Checks und other cash
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bask, viz:
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5 per
cent of circillatidn)
Total 122,582 52
Capital stock paid in ' 25,000 00
Surplus fund 3,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes
National Bank notes out
standing Due to State Banks and
Individual deposits subject
Demand certificates of
Time certificates of
Cashier's checks out
standing 821 40
Total 122,582 52
Terr, of Hawaii, Island of Maui, ss:
I, C. D. Lufkin, cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN,
W. T. Robinson . )
D. C. Lindsay Directors
R. A. Wadsworth )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 15th day of April, J9U4
' D. H.' CASE.
(Seal) Notary Public
Second Judicjal Circuit. Territory of
A good, experienced man to take
care of CorTeo Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
Mr. P. Cockett has been appoint
ea manager or me waionun Kanciie
on J)iau, ana oius due uie raucbe are
payable to him only.
The Henkv Waterhouse TitpsT Co,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
of Foreclosure and of Soje.
JNottce is Hereby given that pur
suant to the power contained in that
certain mortgage dated November
15th, 1902, made by Jim Ah Hoy, of
Wailuku, Mau(( .mortgagor to the
Von Hamm-Young Company, Limit
ed, a domestic Corporation, of Hono
lulu, Oahu, mortgagee, and recorded
iu the office of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu, Oahu, in Liber
244 on pages G3,, 64 and G5, the said
Von Haram-Young Company, Ltd.,
mortgagee, intends to forecosp said
mortgage for cqndjtpn& broken, to
wit, the uon-payrr.ejit of principal and
interest when due.
Notice is like wise given that the
property covered and conveyed by
said mortgage will be sold at Public
Auction at the merchandise store of
Jim Ah Hoy on Market street in the
Town of Wailukb, Maui, on Saturday
the 30th. day of April,' 1904, commen
cing at ten o'clock A; M. of said dny.
The properly covered, by said
mortgage and Intended to be eold 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 6tore owned
and conducted by , the said ' Jim Ah
Hoy. Said store being located on
Market Street in Wailuku, Maul T.
If., aud immediately adioiningon the
Waihee side the Wailuku Market.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke, Attorney for Mort
gagee, of Wailuku, Maui.
Wailuku, April 7th. 1904.
The Von Hamu-Younq Co., LtD.,
Jas. L. Co.e,
Att'y for Mortgagee.
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