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Wuiluku lias been exceedingly Quiet
this week in all lines of business. 1
The Stars and Makawaos play ball
at Wells Park tomorrow afternoon.
Maunaolu Seminary $ves a' stu
dents' concert on the evening of June
If you are a good citizen of Wailuku'
District, join the Improvement Asso
It is claimed in Lahaina that the
water suit contest wilj last for the
next sixty duys.
Ring up the News Job Office for
that little job you need, and it will be
done quick and well. '
The flooring joists in the now
schoolhouse are laid, and the walls
are beginning to rise.
' Wuiluku's 1st class 'Barber Shop.
See new ad of Pacific Hardware Co.
in this ' Hsue. The paints they ad
vertise are the best in the market.
The Maui Racing Association met
last night and ad'-pted a piogram of
races which will appear next week.
The News is far and away the best
advertising medium on Maui, because
the, Maui people read ' News ads.
There was a democratic mass meet
iug at the skating rink last Saturday
evening to talk over the political sit
uation. . '
There is no other Deverage to equal
Primo Lager for health and muscle
building. Sold by all leading dealers
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku will
meet at the residence of Mrs. G. ii
Robertson on Tuesday afternoon at
Thanks to the action of the Im
provement Association, steps have
been taken to repair the courthouse
and jail in Wailuku.
Make your arrangements to attend
the corner stone exercise at the new
school house m Wailuku next Satur
day morning, May 21.
Owing to ttie late cold spring there
is a very light crop of mangoes in
Wailuku, but the avocado pear trees
are loaded with fruit.
The Maul Racing Association are
takiug active steps to drain the race
track at Kahului and put it in coudi:
tiou for t.be coming races.
7.' he weather is warming up in Wai
luku and the days are all shiny bright
this week, with a glorious inrush of
ozone-laden trade winds.
Given A way for the Askiiig.-Choice
geranium und chrysanthemum slips,
FERNS FOR SALE.
Joe do Rego of the Iao Stables has
come over from Lahaina and will de
vote his time and attentiou to looking
after the hack service of his stables,
Now is kodak time. Buy or rent a
jiolak from Honolulu Photo Supply
pp. and ejoy the delights of picture
taking. J t means recreation pleasure
and instruction all combined.
FOQSALE-Ooe Brunswick and
Balke Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
.The citizens pf Wailuku are think
ing of gettng up a petition request
jng J. H. Baijpy of Makawao to
board up t!je front of the old post
office, as its present coHcjition is a
disgrace to the town,
For Sale. Pure White Leghorn
Eggs, from imported fowls, Prize
winners. Two Dollars per settjug,
Address W. E.. SHAW,
Cor. Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Honolulu, H. T., P. O. Box &34.
Father Julien announces that an
elaborate Luau and Fair will be given
at .the grounds of the Catholic
Church, Wailuku, on June 11 bpgin
' ning at 12 o'clock M., and lasting
during the afternoon and evening,
The News was misinformed last
week as to the resignation of Jqhn
Ferreira as manager of the Dlguiark
Stables. John has not resigned und
will not, and Manual FaustjuQ has
been put on as foreman to assist ju
handling the increased business of
these popular Stables.
A good, experienced nan to take
iare of Coffee Plantation.
1 Apy tftRj. O.SEARLE, ,,
Improvement Association. (
The regular, monthly meeting of the
Improvement Lssotf.ialion of Wailuku
District was held on Thursday even
ing, full attendance being present.
After reading1" and approving the
miuules of the previous meeting, the
membership roll vu!& thrown open,
and 37 new members were admitte"1,
of whom 23 were present and signed
The minutes of the meetings of the
Executive Committee held since the
last Association meeting were read,
and after some discussion were adopt
ed without amendment. Allot Ihej
sub committees appointed 'by the
Executive Committee have gone "to
work, and the results of what they
have already done, at it appeared in
the report of Committee seemed quite
satisfactory to the Association. ! . ....
The" reports of the Literary and
Music committee were complete
Chas. E. King is to deliver the 'open
ing address. Hon. H.P. Baldwin is 'to
deliver the corner stone 'address and
Judge A. N. Kepoikai will deliver the
closing address. The music commit
tee offer a choice selection of numbers
which will alternate with the ad
The motion of Judge ' Kepoikai to
cnange .me name oi me Assuciauun
was called up, and after some discus
sion a resolution offered by J. N. S.
Williams Esq. was adopted, provid
ing that a committee of five be elect
ed by'ballot, to whom the whole mat
ter should be" referred, with instruc
tions to report to the Association at
its regular June meeting, J. JN. b.
Williams. H. B. Harry.' R. A'. Wads-
worth R. W. Filler and G. B.' Robert
son being the committee elected.
On Saturday afternoon of last week
a luau was given at the Lahaiualuna
Seminary for a number of the Alumni
who were their in Lahaina.
The feast was held in the dining hall,
the oldt st building on the grounds.
This building is of stone, and was
formerly used as a printing shop
The school bell rang, and in answer
to its call the guests entered and were
decked with leis of roses and maile,
The dining hall was decorated with
ferns and oleander. The tables were
laden with the best, and all prepared
for a pleasant time. Judge KaUlukou
presided, aud under his genial guid
ance the afternoon passed most
pleasantly. Two of the guegts were
Tiahainaluna students over fifty
The Alumni spoke of their school
days, and of work in their time, and
judging from the eager faces of the
boys, the history must have been
most interesting. The speeches were
intcrspered with music, and when
the boys sang the beautiful old La-
bainaluna song, tears stood in many
eyes. Aloha Oe was sung by all in
Among other guests at Lahaina-
luna during the week were Mrs. Na-
kuina, Mr. N. W. Aluli, Rev. O. P,
Emerson, Rev. E. S. Timoteo, Rev.
E. W. Thwing, Rev. O. H. Gulick and
Dr. D. Scudder.
There was a "P. Iv." luau at the
Chinese Temple of the Wo Hung So.
cicty on Sunday ofternoon.
Mrs.Gibbbas returned to her home,
after a visit on the other side of the
Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Fat den gave
a luau at Kaanapah Carqp last week,
on the birthday of their adopted
Mr. Wm, L. Decoto and Mr. (Charles
R. Lindsay are comfortably situated
in their new homes in the southern
part of the town. A stable will be
built for Mr. Decoto.
The frame of Judge Kalua's house
was raised on Monday.
Wet Hl8 Commission,
On Wednesday Judge Kepoikfti's
commission as Circuit Judge arrived!
and in the evening the Judge and his
wife entertained the leading citizens
of Wailuku at a charming luau, to
moisten the wrinkles out of the newly
Attorney-General Andrews who
was present acted as toast master,
and toasts to the Judge, his charming
wife, the bar, the bank, the press,
the railroad and the mercantile in
terests of the town were drunk "bot
tom's up'' and gracefully responded
to by those present. v
There will be a rummage sale at
Alexander House Saturday afternoon
and evening. Partially worn cloth
ing will he sold at vert low prices,
i'op-coru, 5 cents a, fea; will ba sold
ja, the evening,
.The Wailukus have perfected the
organization of their team, and are
now ranked well up as possible win
ners, having won their first gnme last
Sunday, against the Makawaos, with
the above score.
1 Tne Makawaos are still improving,
out the lack of a first class pitcher is
their fatal'uvfect with"Ut which they
have no show trtis season. It washon
ed that pjlchcr'Scarlc would "round
to" and pull them out. but a sprained
wrist kept him out of the box and may
prevent his 'twirling' during the sen-
sons. ' The Makawaos hare some h'mh
grade players'and in Kauka have a
good catcher, but unless they secure
a good pitcher, "no use,"
The News man, having assisted in
organizing the Wailukus, has 'resign
ed Hs position as manager of the
team, and several kooo men are avail
able, to any one of" whom it would be
an nonor to be selected us njunugnr of
this stroug team which is now an able
competitor for Mr. Kirk land's cup.
The official score of last week's game
is as follows:
Makawaos... . 0 3 0 3 0 () 0 .0 0 ti
Wailukus.. ..8 0 9 5 0 4 2 0 28
The Public in general are cordially
invited to attend the dedication exer
cises of the
Latino ojp ihe Cokneb Sjone
of the new Wailuku High School to be
held on the new school grounds on
Saturday, May 21, 1904, at 10 A. M.
Wailuku, Maui, May 14. 1904.
Honolulu, May 2, 1904.
Proposals will be received at the
office of the Supt of Public Works.
Honolulu, until 12 o'clock m. May 28,
1904, for the construction of a portion
of the Itula Homestead Road (12,700
ft. in length), fjistrict of Makawao,
MaUi, T. H.
Plans and specifications are on file
at the office of Asst. upt. of Public
Works, and with W. O. Aiken, Chair
man of Makawao Road Board of
Maui, T. H., copies of which frill be
furnished intending bidder s on receipt
of $5.00 which sura will be returned
to the bidder after he has deposited
his bid are returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted on
the blank forms which will be lurnish
ed by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works
and enclosed in a sealed envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C.. Holloway, Supt.
of Public Works, Honolulu, T. H.,
endorsed "proposal forliula Home
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making
the same, and must be accompanied
by a certified check of 5 per cent of
the amount of the proposal, payable
to C b. Holloway, bupt. of Public
Works, as surety that if the proposal
be accepted a contract will be enter
No proposal will be entertained un
less made on the blanks furnjslied by
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works and
delivered at the office of the Supt. 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 all bius or to accept bids on
any portion or portions of the work.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
HAN A PLANTATION COMPANY, LOOA
tiuo ot principal place of biuineim, Sao
Francisco, California. Location of works, Hana,
Muui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice la bereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Director, neld 'on tho 9th day of
January, 1WH, an oKeiwinent, No. 4, of ten (10)
ccntH per share, waa levied upon the capita,)
toekof the Corpora,! qq, fnyable linm.edtilto.'.Y
In United State gold coin to the Treasurer of
the Company, Loujn Suroni, at hta office, Ne
OUl Folaom Street, nu Franc tsoo, Calitomia.
. Aqy stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the first day of March, HUM,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
publio auction; and unless payment it made be
fore, will be sold on FRIDAY, the isth day of
March, 19UJ, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with costs of advertising and expenses
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
Oftlco No. 215 Front Srrect, San Francltco,
The ditto of thudullnqueuey of Ihe above A
sc-ssmunt was this day postponed until tho Hu
day of March, HUM, and the day of sale was
postponed until SATL'lilMY, the tfrd day of
By order of the Board ot Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March 5, 1901.
The date of the delinquency ot the above As
sesxairnt was this day postnouud until the gird
day of April, loot, and the day of sate was post
poned until SATURDAY, tho I'lsl day ot May,
Hy order of lha Board of Directors,
, (U. O. BATES, Sjcrt-taiy,,
Sun Frunze.',! Mutch , IWt,
CoNcnisTE Arch O'lVeht at Kalua-
nui, Mauko Gulcu, Maui.
I :' ' ' ' I .
Honolulu, T. II., May 2nd, 1904.
Proposals will be received at the
ollice of the Supt. of Public Works,
Honolulu, until 12 oVouk m. May 23,
1904, for the construction otpo lcrete
Arch Culvert at Kaluanui, Maliko
Gulch, District of Makawao, Maui,
Plans and ppecinVations are on tile
at the offices of the Assistant Super
intendent ot Publiu Works, Honolulu,
and W. O. Aiken, Chairman of Muka
wao Road Hoard; copies of which wilj
be furnished intending bidders on re
ceipt of $5.0(1, which sum will be re
turned to the bidiier after lie bus de
posited his bid and returned the plane.
proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished
by the Assistant Supt-rinteni of Pub
lie Works and enclosed in a sealed en
velope anddressed to lion. C. S. Hol
loway, Supe rin tent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Proposal
for Concrete Arch Culvert at Kalua
nui. Maliko Gulch, Maui."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of 'the party or parties' making
the same "and all persons interested
therein, and must be accompanied by
a'eertified check of per cent of the
amoun t of the proposal payable tp C.
S. Holloway, Superintendent of Pub
liu Works, as surelv that if the pro
posal be accepted a contract will be
No proposals will be entertained
unless made on the blanks, furnished
by the Assistant Superintendent of
Public Works, and delivered at the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works previous to 12 o'clock m. on
the oay specified.
The Superintendent rest rves the
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLqWAY,
Superintendent of Public VVnrks.
IX-mocralic l3riinarie8 and Cotiven-
A Democratic Convention for the
Territory of Hawaii Is hereby called
to meet in the City of Honolulu on the
6th oay of 3uue 104, for the purpose
of electing s'x delegates and six alter
pate delegates to tLeNaiionnlDcmo
cratic convention to be held in the
city of St. Louis in the state of Mis
sourl, July 6, 1904.
The Convention hereby called shall
consist of delegates elected at prima'
ries to be held between the hours of
2 and 8 p. m. Saturday May 28, 1904,
in the several precincts of this Terri
tory. Such primaries shall oe con
ducted bv precinct clubs of the re
spective precincts, organized under
tho authority of the Democratic Ter
ritorial Central Committee. The exec
utive committee of each precinct
club shall provide and appoint a suit
able place for folding its primary -md
appoint tho necessary officers, to con
duct it. ' " '
At such priinarjeg nono bt t mem
bers of the prepict club, shall bo en
titled to vote.
Each' precinct club. ha!beentillea
to one delegate to tho Territorial Cou
ventlon for each teu members; but
each precinct in which there is a reg
ularly organized precinct i-lub shall
be entitled to at least one delegate.
The club membership hereby made
the basis of representation in tho ter
ritorial convention shall be the mem
bership ai it exists at the hour of
opening the primary.
Democrats throughout tho Terri
tory are urged, to organize. A pro
visional district committee has been
appointed for each of the other ishnids
to whom inquiries may be address. ,
FEED TURKU L,
Vice Chairman Democratic' Terri
EDMUND H, HART,
Assignee's Notice to Creditors.
In tho matter of the Assignment
of Y. KasMnoki, of Wailuku, Maui, to
All parties having claims against
Yr Kashinokl, of Wailuku, Maui
formally doing a general merchandise
business in said Wailuku, are hereby
notified that they must lilo the same
with the assignee, James Kirkland,
6f Kahului, Maui, duly authenticated,
within thirty days from tho date
hereof, or stand foiever barred.
James Kirkland, (Kahului, Maui.)
Assignee, of Y. Kashiuoki. :
Dated this 'Jnd day of April. 100 -V.
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