Newspaper Page Text
Smoke Owls? Then call at the ol
fice of the Maui Hotel and get a pock,
Government vouchers are now nego
tiable at the bauks, which materially
eases up the financial stringency.
Wailuku's 1st cluss Barber Shop.
April showers are abundmtly pre
valent in iho Makawao district and
. out Waihee way, with slight sprinkles
in Wailuku this week.
Of course you need job woi k, and
it is only right, to give home industry
a chance at it. Work at the fcews
Office etieup and satisfactory.
if you thiuk of building in W ailuku
this summer, write to the Porter
Furniture Co. Youug Building, Hono
lulu, for a catalogue of luruiture.
Given A way for ttie Asking.-Choice
gerauium und chrysanthemum slips.
FERNS FOK feALiK.
W. G. SCOTT.
Fish are scarce in the Wailuku
market now but Chris. Couradt of
Kahoolawe will soon be in position to
.supply our needs in that direction.
Guava jelly, canned pineapples and
bananas are rapidly coming to the
front as exports from Maui, and thess
products will one' day net us a fortune
Prospects are bright for first class
races at Spreckels Parks, Kahului,
on the glorious Fourth, as may be
judged from the fat program of purses
The idea that the Improvement As
sociation is a one-man organization is
about dissipatea, and all good citizens
are getting on board our local Car of
The usual meeting of the Ladies'
Guild of Wailuku will be held at the
residence of Mrs. G. B. Robertson on
next Tuesday afternoon, May 3, at
2.30 o'clock. .
Tbe annual meeting of the Mani
Athletic Association will be held on
next Monday , evening at the court
house for the election of officers for
the ensuing year.
Tho two Hilo papers have each been
reduced to six pages and have cor
respondingly improved in quality,
which more than compensates for
their former quantity.
The Kahuluis and Morning Stars
play at Wells Park toworrow after
toon, and as both ' team are yiriners
to dale, a very close and exciting
game may be expected,
Five candidates for cerk of the
Circuit Court are in the lield, and the.
matter of the choice is to be parsed
u,p to the republican execution com-,
mtt tee. Give us a Maui man.
FOR SALE-One Brunswick and.
Balke Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
If you have any spare ground, set
it out to Bluefield bananas. They are
popular at the coast, and either
Cyrus T. Green of Wailuku or W. O.
Aiken of Pa;a will buy every bunch
you raise. Go at it.
There will be a May-pole and drill
on the lawn ut the Alexander House,
Saturday afternoon at four o'clock,
Ginger-ale and sodas 5 cents a bottle,
pop-corn 5 cents a bag. Admission
free. All are invited.
The owl is a wise old bird, especial
ly the one which ornaments the ad.
column of the News. Take his ad
vice and smoke Owls. This local is
an ad, not a joke, and Owl cigars
are good. That is no joke either.
. That tall brick cbimuey at the old
mill site on the brow of, the hill on
Market street is a constant menace
tp the children who play around its
bs.se. Its top is loose and sways in
the wind, and if not torn down, it is
liable to cause a funeral some of these
The attention of the superintendent
of Public Works is invited to the de
fective Btair way leading to the rear
offices of the Wailuku Court House.
And it would not be a bad idea for
Judge McKay aud Sheriff Baldwin to
' make written representations of its
defeotive condition, to the proper
MISS . EDITH LEWTHWAITE
Teacueb or Piano
Persons wishing to arrange for
music lessons, will find Miss Lewth
waite at the Alexander House be
tween ona and five P. M. daily.
To Lay the Cornel Stone.
A largely attended and enthusias
tic meeting of the Improvement As
sociation was held fit the courthouse
on Thursday evening to consider the
porpositiou of layiug the corner stone
of the new schuulhouse, and other
minor mutters. It had been suppos
ed that the meeting would as once
proceed to arrange the program and
make other arrungemeuts in connec
tion with the cer iniiiy, but atler
some preliminary discussion it wus
decided that the mure proper, cour
teous and diguihed course would be
to first communicate with Governor
Cartert Superintendent of Public
Works Holloway und Superintendent
of Public Instructions Atkinson and
ascertain their plans with regard to
laying the comer stone. After sev
eral motions und and amendments, the
Assoeiation'fiuulty adopted a motion
that the secretary of the Association
at once communicate with the ubove
officials and ask their pleasure in the
matter, with the uiiued request thut
the improvement Association and the
citizens of Maui generally be allowed
to assist in the ceremony. The Exe
cutive Committee wus also authoriz
ed to prepare and forward a resolu
tion embodying the desii e of the Cit
izeus that a lo.rmal ceremony of lay
iug the corner stone be held, in
which the government should takeau
active part. In view of the certaiuty
of a favorable response from the gov
ernment officials, the Executive Com
mittee was instructed to at once be
gin the preparation of a program ol
all the features desirablo to be in
corporated in the ceremonies..
This matter being disposed of, Judg"
Kepoikai gave notice that ut the next
regular meeting he would move to
amend the constitution by changing
the numeot the association from "The
Improvement Association of Wailuku
District" to "The Improvement As
sociation of the Second Judical Dis
trict," which would embrace all of
the citizens of Maui, Molokai aud La
nai, and over an hour of informal but
earnest discussion followed, during
which it developed that the Associa
tion, which was at Qrst composed of
the citizens of Wailuku who had united
as a town meeting,has a larger scope
for work than tneir local town, and
that the citizens of Maui generally
desire to join the organization for the
This view should and probably will
prevail at the next meeting, and the
Association will probably become an
island instead of a town affair, and be
lynown as the Improvement Associa
tion of the Second Judicial District,
in which case members from all parts
of the Island can joiu In the good work,
wi,th local, clubs in each district.
Maui's Race Program.
Maui has fairly won her own again
on the turf, and there can be no
doubt but that the races at Spreckels'
Park on the coming Fourth of July,
will be a revival of the good old days.
The executive committee have
prepared a well balanced program of
twelve races with purses large
enough to attract the best horses on
the Islands, many of which will face
the Etarter on race day. While the
sum total offered for pu;s?s...is rot
quite as large as it Was last vear,
still it is enough to iusurc a success
ful meeting. '
The following Is the program us
submitted by the executive commit
tee. Trotting & Pacing, free for
all, 1 Mile heats, 2 in 3. $250.00
Trotting & Pacing, 2:15 class
1 Mile heats, 2 in 3. $200.00
Trotting A Pacing, 2:24 class
1 mile heats, 2 '.n 3. $175.00
Trotting & Pacing, 2:30 class
1 mile heats, 2 in 3 . $150.00
Running race, free for all, 1
mile dash. $150.00
Running race, free for all, I
mile dash. $100.00
Running race, free for all,
i mile and repeat $150.00
Running race, Hawaiian bredv
i mile dash.. $100.00
Pony running raw, H bands
or under, J railo dash. $00.00
Mule running race, 1 mile
' dash. $40.00
2 Japanese races, purse $37.50
apiece, winner $25. 00, second
$12.50 in each race. $75.00
KahuluU the Winners.
The Makawaos are unquestionaly
building up a good balljteam, although
they wilt need to play several games
yet, before they reach their best.
Last week they were prevented from
practice bv continuous raius in Maka
wao, nd, when ttey showed,up on the
diamond, they were minus their crack
pitcher Seni le, who was laid up with a
spruined wrist. This was a serinus
loss which was repaired us well oh
possible by putting Gomes in the box
till his arm failed, und then substitut
ing Kailewa to the end of the game.
They played with bull dnu courage
liouever mid held the score even up
to the sixth inning, making 5 rui;:; in
that inning, and tying the .no'ire.
Then the famous battels of the Ka
hului team "found" little Kuik-nn
who wus twirling for tin; Maliawnu.s,
and ba tted him at their leisure, form
ing un unbroken procession around
the diamond hicu continued till tin
broke the record with 13 runs in one
inning und 17 men to bat. Ttii prac
tically won the game for the Kahu
luis. Jackson, the pitcher of the Kahu
luis wus also laid up with a dislocated
shoulder, but his place was ably filled
by George Cummings. The Kahuluis
did not play their usual game, per
haps because they thought thev din
not have to, and they have much btt
ter ball ui) their sleeves, as the
Morning Stars will probabl.. find out
The following is the official record of
the game by innings.
123456 7 8 9
Kahuluis. ... 2 1 2 3 2 1 13 0 024
Makawaos ...1 0 1 0 5 0 1 012
Count Zodtwitz gave a delightlul
violin recital last Saturday evening
at the residence of Mrs. Frances S.
Molony. A number of guests were
present: among them, Mrs. Kelley of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McDonald have
a comfortable home in their hew cot
tage at Lahainaluna.
Wild roses are blooming on Mt. Ball.
The destructive beetles do not soar
Mrs. Mary Ellen Kuluhiwa is visit
ing at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Miss Clark is about to return to her
former place of residence in Kona.
, Judge Kalua is making prepara
tions to build a cottage near the
Mr. Decoto will probably soon ac
cupy the house recently vacated by
The house occupied by Mr. Win
Henning, opposite the Pioneer Mill
was almost totally destroyed by fire
on Tuesday atternoon. Only a por
tion of the kitchen remains standing.
The furniture was removed to a place
of safety. Other buildings in tho
neighborhood had a narrow escape.
The great need of the promised hose
cart is very evident.
Hon. Phillip Pali gavo an address
at the courthouse on Monday even
ing. Judge Kahnulelio, A. N. Hay
selden, Wm. White, D. K. Kahaule
lio and George H. Dunn were ap
pointed a committee to make ar
rangements for the Governor's re
ception. The great ditch, which has long
been in process of construction, is
uearly completed. It is 17 or 18 miles
in length, and includes more than 40
tunnels. It extends from Honokohau
to Honokowai; and thence, by an older
channel to Lahaina.
A good, experienced man to take
care of Coffee Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
At a meeting of the Haiku Fruit
& Packing Co., Ltd., tho 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
B-. A. BALDWIN,
Assignee's Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the Assignment
of Y. Kashinoki, of Wailuku, Maui, 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 Kabului, Maui, duly authenticated,
within thirty days from the date
hereof, or stand forever barred.
James Kirkland, (Kahului, Maui,)
Assignee of Y". $ashiuoki.
Dated this 22nd ay of April, 1904.
Honolulu, T. li., April 15, 1004.
Proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works, until 12 o'clock M. or May. 11,
191)4, for furnishing all materials and
labor fop constructing a three-room
-cliool-l.ouse ut Makawao, Maui.
Plans an'i specifications are on file
U the ollieo of the Assistant Super-
inteniU nt of public works, copies of
which will be furnished nleuditig bid
ders on receipt of $5.00, which sum
will be returned I" 'l,e bidders after
be iiasdeposiU'd Lis Lid und returned
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished
by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works
and cncloecd in a sealed envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway. Supt
f Public Works, Honolulu, T. H.,
endorsed "Makawao School House."
Each proposal must contain the full
name or the party or parties making
the same and all persons interested
therein and must be accompanied by
a certified cheek of 5 per cent of the
amount of the proposal, payable to
C. S. Holloway, SuDerintendent of
Public Works, as surety that if tne
"proposal be-accepted a contract will
be entered into.
No proposals will bfi entertained
unless made on the blanks furnished
by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works
and ilelivered at the office of the Sup
erintendent of Public Works previous
to 12 o'clock M. on the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
HAN A PLANTATION COMPANY, IOCA
tion ol nrluetpul pluco of business, San
Francisco, California. Location of works-, Hana,
Maui, Territory ot Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting ot
the Board of Directors, held ;on the IHU day ot
January, 1004, an assessment. No. 4, of ten (10)
conts per share, was levied: upon the capital
stook of the Corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
tho Company, Louis Saroni, ut his office, No
QUI Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the first day of March, 1004,
will be delinquent, and advertised for salo at
public auction; and unions payment is made be
fore, will b'o sold on FRIDAY, the 23th day of
March. 1004, to pay the delinquent assessment,
togother with costs of advert! sing and expenses
By ordor of the Board of Director:-,
D. C, BATES, Secretary,
Offlco No. 215 Front Srreet, San Francisco,
The date of the delinquency ot the above As
sessment was this duy postponed until the 20th
day of March, 1004, and the day of salo was
postponed until SATURDAY, tho 23rd day of
By order of the Board of Directors,
I). C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March 5, 1004.
The date of the delinquency ot tho above As
sessment was thi3 day postponed until the )rd
duy of April, 11)04, and the dny of sale was post
poncd uu'.ll SATURDAY, the Slat day ot May,
By order ot the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
San Francisco, March 30, 1004.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
of Foreclosure and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to the power contained in that
certain mortgage dated November
15th, 1902, made by Jini Ah Hoy, of
Wailuku, Maui, 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 C3, 04 and (15, the 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 Ah Hoy on Market- street in the
Town of Wailuku, Maui, on Saturday
the 30th. day of Ajml, 1904, commen
cing at ten o'clock A. M. of 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 and other the
personal property situated in and
used about that certain store owned
and conducted by the said Jim Ah
Hoy. Said store being located on
Market Street in Wailuku, Maui, T.
IF., and immediately adjoining on the
Waihee side the Wailuku Market.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke, Attorney for Mort
gaaee, of Wailuku, Maui.
Wailuku, April 7th. 1904.
The Von Hamm-Yobnq Co., Lto.,
Jas. L. Coil,
Att'y for Mortgagee.
Better Than Ever
equipped to supply you with
BASEBALL, TENNIS. POLO. GOLF
AND CRICKET GOODS.
NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
We Restring Lawn Tennis Rackets
PE ARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd
P. O. Box 784. 931 Fort St., Honolulu, H. T.
When You Begin
A Home of Your Own
your first step will bo, to procure home furniture of the most
substantial and attractive sort and, besides, you ..will want .
your money to go as far possible.
We can assist you greatly in properly and economically,
selecting furniture furniture that will last and always be in
good taste. We have a superior stock to choose from and wilj
give vou our best suggestions to assist you in choosing. , Our
prices are the lowest in this city. ' 7 1
PORTER FURNITURE CO , Ltd
Young Bnifding, Corner Hotel Street, Honolulu
If you want any of the following articles write
to the PACIFIC HARD WARE CO. Ltd.,
P O.JBox 246, Honolulu, T. Ht for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Ware,Ice Boxes and Retrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicite4
A pure brew of malt. Absolutely pure and
not fortified with preservative acids like
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and Americau Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian. Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials in any material k npwn to theltrade, including bronze
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on aoplication,
Safe of anv known make.furnished.
J. C, AXTELL
P. a BoxtiiJ, 1013-1033 .rj,KEA
MAIL ORDERS OUR HOBBY. Write for Quotations
WOODS Sr SHELDON
91. KING STREETHONOLULy
Sr. Bar. KWJ aso. HOTtSC Sw
winiicc am tup ici umc
SPORTING GOODS LINE