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f: Legislature adjourned sine, die on
Tuesday at 11:30. ,
Ring up tho News Job Office fof
neat, prompt and cheap job work, ;
S" "The summer trade winds have comcj
godd and strong, and little more rain
is expected, i
I Work is shortly to.btv begun on the
'Kula Homestead road, and on the road
Up Iao Valley. I
' If you aro a good citizen and wan'!
'to help the town, join the Improve
1(1 The Kahulifis and Makawaos play
'ball at Wdis Park tomurrow after
hoon at, 2:30 o clock. ( A
Anyone having seasoned .tifewoou
for sale can dispose of it by calling at
the office of the Maui Hotel
See Gunst-Eukin's ad in this week's
tissue. The Owl is a irood cinar. and
'tho firm likes to talk about it.
Wailuku's 1st class P.arber Shop.
- U. Luke
The quarterly meeting of dhe stock
holders of Maui Wine & Liquor Co,
was held at K. of P. Bailor Wcdnes-j
day evening. , i
' Writd to II. Hackfeld & Co. for.
'catalogue' of their '"Macey"- book
'cases. These are by far the best,
bookcases sold. U;
: Working on th hew bank butlding
- is progressing rapidly. Tho . frame
, . i , i i . i. r ,i
worK is compieieu, unu mib iuui
sides are being put on
,l Sorehead is beginning to prevail
hWin" amouusb vounsr chickens in
-Wailuku. It is getting tdo near man
go season to set hens now.
" Paia and Hamakuapoko mills will
'be shut down for a week or so while
'the new tracks are being laidto new
fields, soon ready for grinding
' ' The'turning ddwu of tho $50,000 raid
bu ' Maui's 'loan appropriation shows
1 1- .. V II... TM .t.mv.nm r.n ' ' A ..Anla tlrtn
'can do when it rolls up its sleeves and
get9 to work.
' ' Tenders are called1 lor to build
new schoolhouse at Makawao. Car
' penters and contractors will find fur
ther information To the "By Author
ity " column on this page.
' Wailuku felt lonesome during !thej
early part of the' week' bedause the
'"boys" were all in' Honolulu, but on
"Wednesday they afl 'camo back and
things ,are lively once more.
' FOR 'SALE One Brunswick and;
"Balke Standard Billiard ' Table and
outfit. Almost new. ' Apply 'to
.. . M. McCANN,
! ',.;.,' Lahaina,
The laying of the corner stone of
the new schoolhouse is to be taken up
by the Improvement Association, and
Governor1 Carter is expected to be
present and assist at the exercises
Several Japanese stores on Market?
street have closed, and several Hon
olulu wholesale dealers have had thei
fingers burned .in'" consequence.' N
one need feel particularly surprised
""' Sugar is rapidly acctimuulatiug inl
luts ivuiuiuu til enuu-sca, wiiu,unijr
ohe vessel in jort, the windjammer
"A, G. Ropes, which has been unload
ing ballast this week to load with
5 to 3.
', "8truck out. A
',, It is reported from Hawaii that
''Mauna Loa volcano is ' again becom
ing active. It is enough to -'anger
Pel'e that her delegates to Honolulu
"should have turned themselves down
so completely. '- 1
The best 5 cent cigar sold on the.
Islands is admittedly the OWL, aud
'for that reason the Maui Hotel office
carries a' full stock of them. Drop
iu when you want a good, cheap
moke and call for an Owu ' !
'; A pick-up Lahaina ball team with;
Kekuewa and Espinda for a battery!
challenged the Stars for a match'
lgatue to be played at Wells Park at
one o'clock P. M. tomorrow, but the
Stars were unable to accept the chal
lenge. The Ventura due in Honolulu on
Wednesday with coast mail had not
arrived on Thursday aftoraoon when
the Lehua left for Maui, and no coast
mail is expected iu Wailuku, before
next Tuesday night's Kinau, whiehis
'quite a disappointment for those ex
pecting letters from the mainland.
MISS EDITH LEWTHWAITE
Teacher of Piano
r Persons wishing to arrange for
'music lessons will find Miss 'Lew'th
.waite at the Alexander House be
tween one and five P. M., daily.
Weill Well! 1 WELL!!! But did.
't we have a game of ball last Suu
av? The infant Wuiluku team which
had just appeared in its swaddling!
clothes the week before nnd taken a
handsome drubbing from the Kabuluis
came on the field last Sunday as
young ginnts, and in the best game.
ever played on the Wells .Park dia
mond held the famous Stars down to
a score of 5 to 3. As originally cast
for the game the Wailukus would
certainly have won,' but unfortunate-.
1y their third baseman had to leave
for Honolulu, compelling the Wai
lukus to piny their famous shortstop
on third and u)-e a picw-up short
stop. As it was, it was unfortunate
errors on the part of tne Wailukus
rather than superior pliiying of the
Stars which wrested the victory from
the Wailukus, although It must be
admitted that the Stars were slight
ly the stronger of the two, teams ns
they appeared on the diamond. Three
goose eggs for each side followed the
umpire's call to play ball.
Then the Stars bunched three Iruns
on errors, two more single runs was
their record for tne rest of the game.
In the eighth inning the Wailukus
scored two runs, and afterwards.
added one run. It is asserted tha
this will be the best game of the Sea
son, but the chances are mat oetore
the cup is won tliere will be several
quite as good games. . ' '
The Wailukus have'signed David1
Kekuewa, tlje famous Earn, catcher,!
to catch for them this season, but as
ne will bi in Honolulu most or th
time, he will not be able to play In all
the league games. When absent, his
place will be filled by his under study
Joe Ross of theWailukus. ..
The Stars played their usual steady
and beautiful game, but at time's the
play became so exciting that some Of
them almost lost their self : control
After a game or two they will . prob
ably steady down to veteran playing,
The following score by innings
kindly furnished by Dr. Boote, the
official scorer, gives a very graphic
and correct picture of the game.
1st. Inning. Wailuku. Cornwell
out on foul fly to catcher, Espinda ou
at first. King safe to first, stolo 2nd
Ross struck out. ' No runs.
M. Stars. Crowell struck out, K
Smith safe to 1st on. a passed ball by
catcher., J. Garcia safe to 1st; Meyer
and Schrader were both struck out.
2nd Inning. Wailuku. Kenuewa
struck out, Pokipala struck out; Pa
lapala safe to 1st, stole 2ud; Kauila
struck out. No runs.
M. Stars. N. Krueger out at 1st,
Rose struck out and A. Garcia ou
at 1st. No runs.
3rd Inning. Wailuku. Pele base on
balls. out on 2ud, Com well out on Is
and Espinda out on 1st. No runs.
M. btars. 1. Krueger base on
balls, Crowell safe to lst;T. Krueger
out on 2nd; K. Smith struck out and
J. Garcia out at 1st. No runs; i
4th Inning. Wailuku. .King flew
out to left field, Ross out at 1st, Ke
kuewa safe to 1st and Pokipala out
to pitcher. No runs.
M. Stars. Meyer safe to 1st on err
or of short stop.Shrader safe to 1st
scoring Meyer; N. Krueger safe hit
to 1st. Schrader and N. Kruege
ores oa error of 2nd baseman. Rose
Garcia struck out an
T. Krueger foul fly to catcher,
5th Inning. Wailuku. Palapala
safe to 1st and stole 2nd; Kauila
struck out, Pele base on balls, Corn
well flew out to short stop and Espiu
da flew out to 2nd. ; No runs.
M. Stars. Crowell safe on 1st and
stole 2nd and 3rd, Smith flew out to
short stop, J. Garcia safe to 1st, and
stole 2nd, Meyer struck out, Schra
der safe to 1st on error of Cornwell,
Crowell scores oa error of Kekuewa
N. Krueger flew out to left field,
6th Inning. Wailuku. King safe
to 1st on error of Smith and out on
2nd, Ross safe on 1st and out on 2nd
aud Kekuewa struck out. No runs
M. Stars. Rose safe to 1st on err
or of Cornwell, stole 2nd, A. Garcia
out on 1st, T. -Krueger out on foul fly
to Kekuewa, Crowell hit for two bags
and scored Rose for their fith run
Smith flew out to left field. 1 run
7th Inning. Wailuku. Pokipala
put at 1st, Palapala base on balls,
Kauila base on balls, Pelo struck out
and Coruwell flew cut to left field.
M. Stars. i J. Garcia out at 1st,
Meyer base on balls, stole 2nd;Schra
der foul fly to catcher and N. Krue
ger out at 1st. ' No runs. i
8ih Inning Wailuku.' Espinda base
on balls, stole 2nd, King hit a two-
bagger scores Espinda for their first
run, Ross out to left field, and Keku-
ewa's safe hit to ls advanced King
to 3rd scores on error of catcher,
Pokipala out to 1st and Palapala flew
Out to 3rd. 2 runs. ;
M. Stars. Rose safe nit to 1st and
out at 2nd, A. Garcia safe to 1st stole
2nd. T. Krueger struck, Out and A.
Garcia was out trying to steal 3rd.
No ruhs. "! .
9th Inning. Wailuku. Kauwila
safe tb 1st and scored on a wild throw
by N. Krueger, Pele struck out, Coru-i
well out at 1st and Espinda struck
out. ' 1 run.
Cornwell,. lb 5
Espinda, p 4
King, It.... .4
Ross, 2b. . .'.4
Kekuewa, c. . . . ..4
Pokipala, rf 4
Palapala, 3b .
Kauila, cf . . .
Kawelo, ss. . . ,
M. Stars ab.
Crowell, 3b 4
Smith, lb 4
J. Garcia, 2b...... 4
E. Meyer.rf 3
Schrader, cf 4
N. Krueger, p. .'. ..'4
Rose, If" 4
;A. Garcia, ss .. . 4
T. Krueger, c 3
Totals 34 5 7 27 11 4
Score by innings: "
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Wailukus. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
M. Stars..'. . .0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 5
HitsOff Krueger, 8; off Espinda,
Struck out By Krueger, 9; by
Espinda; 9. Two-base hit--Crowelt,
Kiug. First base on called balls
Oil Krueger, 5; off Espinda, 2. Time
of game, 1:45. Umpire, J. J. Walsh.
Honolulu, T. H., April 15, 19(4,
Proposals will be received at theot
fice of the Supei ftitendent of Publid
Works, until 12 o'clock M. of May. 11:
1904, for furnishing all materials am
labor for constructing a three-roon
school-house at Makawao, Maui. I
Plans an" specifications are on til !
at the office of the Assistant Superj
intendentof public work, copies j
which will be furnished ntendingb'i j
ders on receipt of $5.00, which sur
will be returned to the bidders afte-
he has deposited his bid and t eturnt
thcplans. Proposals must be submitted on th
blank f(rms, which will be furnisho
by the Asst. Supt. of Public Work
and enclosed in a sealed envelope od
dressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway. Supi
of Public. Works, Honolulu," T. H..
endorsed "Makawao School House."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the "party or parties makinir
the same and all persons interested
therein and must be accompanied by
a certified check of 6 per cent of the)
amount of the proposal, payable t
C, S. Holloway, Superintendent oft
Public Works, as surety that if tn
proposal be accepted a contract will
be entered into.
No proposals will be entertained
unless ftiade on the blanks furnisher
by the Asst. Sup.'6f . Public Work
and delivered at the office of the Sup
erintendent of Public Works previous.
to 12 o'clock M. on the day specified
The Superintendent of Public Workd
reserves the right' to reject any or
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Father Wendelin returned last
week fiom a visit to the other side of
the is and. He has a photographic
album, showing maily scenes at the
Leper Settlement on Molokai. The
lepers,in appreciation of bis 14 years'
faithful work among them, have pre
sented him with a beautiful golden
chajice and paten, which were manu
factured in Paris. The costly gifts
have been sent to Bishop Libert for
his blessing. '
Mrs. Kelley, the Honolulu artist, is
tne guest or Mrs. r . . Molony.
Mrs. Austin and Mrs. McKay ot
Wuiluku were entertained by Mrs
Horn-r during the Easter vacation.1
Mrs. O'Brien of Honolulu has been
visiting Mrs. McCann.
Mis Kaukauand Reidar Olsen met
with slight accidents while taking
horseback exprcise recently.
The new steamer Likelike made her
first appearance off Lahaina, soon
after 5 o'clock on Tuesday morning.
Governor Carter visits . Kauai
shortly, and on his return will come
over to Maui, reaching here early in
The Honolulu Jpcky Club have pub
lished the program of their June races
ana oner a lair, it not tempting list
A good, experienced man to take
care of Coffee Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
At a meeting of the. Haiku Fijuit
& Packing Co., Ltd., the 'following
officers were elected for the ensuing
H. P. Baldwin President
D. D. Baldwin Vice-President
D. B. Murdoch. . Treasurer
H. A. Baldwin Secretary
L. M. Baldwin ..Auditor
H. A. BALDWIN, .
JNOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
TTANA PLANTATION COMPANY. LOCA
11 tion of principal place of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of works, Hano
Mnul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice la hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Uoaril of Directors, held 'on the. 9th day of
January, 1904, an assessment, No. 4, of ten (10)
cents per shore, was levied upon the capital
stock of tho Corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
the Company, Louis Suronl, at his office, No
001 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the first day of March, 1904,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction; and unless payment Is made be
fore, will be sold pn. FRIDAY, the !th day of
March. 1K04, to pay the dolinquent assessment
together with costs of advertising and expenses;
of sale. I
By order of the Board 'of Directore , i
D..C. BATES, Secretary,
Office No. 215,Front Srreet, San Fronol;;co,
' POSTPONEMENT-. 1
The date of the delinquency of the above Akj
scssment was this day postponed until the 2Sthj
dor of March, ltXM, and the day ot sale was
postponed until SATURDAY, the 23rd day ofi
By order of tho Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March 5, 1004.
The date of the delinquency of the above As.
sessment was this day postponed until tho 3rd
day of April, 1904, and the day of sale was post
poned until SATURDAY, the silst day oi May
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
San Francisco, Maroh 3U, 1904.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
o! Foreclosure and ot Sale.
Better Than Ever I
Equipped tb supply you with
BASEBALL, TENNIS. POLO. GOLF
AND CRICKET GOODS,
NEW GOODS FOR THE
We Rest'ririj Lawn Tcnn'j
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
P. O. Uox 781, 931 Fort St., Honolulu, H. T.
When You Begin
A Home of Your Own
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"your 'first k i ! iP be to'proc'urn borne furnit'urp of the most
substantial and attractive sort and, besides, you will want
youiJ money to o as far possible.
' ' We can "assist you greatly in propprly and economically
"selecting furniture furniture that will last and always be iu
lgood taste. We have a superior stock to choose from and will
'give vou our best suggestions to assist you in choosing. Our
prices are the lowest in this ci,y. :
PORTER FURNITURE GO,, Ltd
Young Building, Corner Hotel Street, Honolulu -
If you want any of the fojlowing articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Lt4
P O. Box 246, Honolulu T. H, for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crocker and Glissware; ; Ihcheh
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin1 Ware,Ice Boxes and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited
Assignee's Notice to Creditors.
In. the matter of the Assignment
of Y. Kasbinoki, of Wailuku. Maul, to
All parties having claims against
Y. Kashinoki, of Wailuku, Maui
formally doing a general merchandise
business in said Wailuku, are hereby
notified that they must file, the same
with the assignee, James Kirkland,
of ltahului, Maul, duly authenticoted,
withiu thirty days from the date
hereof, or stand forever barred.
James, Kirkland, .(Kahulul, Jai(i,).
,,, Assignee of Y, Kashino'-i.
Dated this 22nd day of Apr!', 1904-
JNotice is bereby given that pur
suantj tothe power coulaiucdn thai
certain mortgage dated Ao,vember
15tb, ,1902, made by Jim Ah IJoy, ot
Wailuku, Maui, mortgagor., t,o the,
Von Humm-Young Company Limit
ed, a domestic Corporation, of Hono
lulu, Oahu, mortgagee, . and recorded,
iu the olJGce of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu, Oahu, in Liber
244 on pages G3, 64 and 65, thp said
Von Hamm-Young Company, Ltd
mortgagee, intends to foreclose said
mortgage for conditions broken, to
wit, the non-payment, 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 Ab.Hoy.Qn Market street In the
Town of Wailuku, Maui, on Saturday
the 30tb. day of April, 1904, commen
cing at ten, o'clock A, M. p said day.
The property 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 aud other the
personal property situated in and
used about that certaiu store owned
and conducted by the said Jim Ah
Hoy. . Said store being located ou
Market Street in 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, April 7th. '1904.
;The Von Hamm-You km Co., Lt.,
1 . . . . yortgagpp.
Jab. L. Coe, ; ' .
A.tt'y for Mortgage.
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A pure brew of malt. Absolutely pure arid
not fortified with preservative acids like
Imported beers. . . . ..
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New Shipment Coming
t . i '
Italian Marble, Scotch and American . Granite,, Ornamental
figures in Itulan'Martle on Granite Bases. j . . .
memorials in any material known to thetrade, including bronze i
Photographs of all desigus cheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any known makejuniished.
J. C. AXTBLL
Box 642, 1013-1030 AUGA S'fc. Bit. KIXS kti'ifflti tlL Srs.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE SPORTING
GOODS HOUSE ON TUJj ISLANDS
. IN THE
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