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King up the News office and get
prices for that job you want rue.
A first class horse shoer is greatly
in demand in Wailuku, and could do
The best cigars to be had in Woi
luku are to be found at the office of the
Be on hand at the corner stone lay.
ing at the new schoolhouse this morn
ing at 10 o'clock.-
Dr. Derby, Dentist, will go toPuu
iiene on Monday, and if necessary will
return to Wailuku.
The Wailuku sugar mill will only
run during tae d lytime, for the rest
of the sugar season.
The matter of a social club with
headquarters at vVailuku is under
A polo pony race has been added to
the list of races at Spreckels' Park
on July 4, for a $75 cup.
All lines of Uetits' underwear, also
cuffs and collars can ied iu stock at
the Maui Drug Store coi ner.
Tue spriukli g cart is kept busy
till late at night laying the dust along
the beuch road and through tho town
Wailuku's 1st class Barber Shop.
Work has begun on the race track
at Kahului md it will soon be drained
and put iuto condition for training the
The water case at Lahaina has been
postponed to July 7, which time it is
believed that a compromise will be ef
fected. Thanks to the Likelike, Wailuku
now receives from there to four mails
per weak, instead of one or two as
"Antouino" Garcia is rustling
things at the "Old Store" since the
removal and is beginning to build up
a good business.
Quite a number of Lahaina and up
country people have expressed their
intention to atlend the corner stone
laying at Wailuku today.
Deuuy Healy and Geraldine S. are
reporie'i to be doing rinel.y in Hono
lulu, and will be heard from in the
June races at the metropolis.
Carpenters and painters are at
work on the courthouse this week, and
it will be thoroughly renovated before
the opening of the June term of court.
Given Away for the Askiug.-Choice
geranium and chrysanthemum slips.
FEKNS FOR SAL K.
W. G. SCOTT.
The school children of the Wailuku
school will entertain the pupils of
visiting schools at a lunch today at the
'school house, at the close of tho exer
M. L. Decker of the Maui Hotel
was arrested again on Tuesday of this
."week, this time on the charge of serv
ing liquors to tho registered guests
of the Maui Hotel.
Tho executive committee of the Im
Iprovemeut Association met at the
Courthouse on Wednesday evening
and completed arrangements for the
(events of this morning.
-FOB SALE One Brunswick and
Ualke Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost now. Apply to
The exterior work of the new bank
building is practically tiuished, and
tthe interior, including the monster
vault is near completion. The build
ing presents a very handsome and at
The Wailukus and Kahuluis play
ball tomorrow afternoon at Wells
Park for the second time during the
season, ana as the Wailukus have
materially strengthened their team
close contest is expected.
The last steamer load of sugar from
the Puunene mill polarized at 9!
without loss of weight, upon its ar
rival at Delaware Breakwater, and
realized nearly 180 per ton, l6 suga
being then quoted at $74. 60.
For Sale. Pure White Leghorn
Kggs. from imported fowls. Prize
winners. Two Dollars Der setting
X Address . W. E. SHAW,
"Cor. Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Honolulu, H. T., P. O. Box 554.
T to 5.
The merchants of Wailuku complain
to the News man of dull times, and no
wonder; for not a mother's sou of them
has enterprise. enough to a.Jvertise,in
...the News, Some of then will starve
yet, if they dont wake up and begin
to get alive.
What is an Improvement Associa
Throughout the cities, towns, vil
lages mid counties on the mainland
thousands of these organizations
exist, fostered by a zealous local pride
the social and material upbuilding
of local communities.
In these associations all political,
social and creed lines are eliminated
and a constitution broad and liberal
adopted so that all good citizens cau
come together under its provisions
and work for the commou welfare of
Wailuku District, fjll.iwiug the ex
ample of sister associations on the
Coast, hits effected a like orgauiza
tion, with a constitution so drawn up
that no worthy citizen of Wai
luku District is shut out of its priv
ileges and respoujjioilitius.
Btitig something new, it was first
vit wed with suspicion by those who
had not examine.! it aims and work
ings, ar.d the assertion was freely
maue that it was au organization
formed for the purpose of enabling
Wailuku to gobble up all the good
tilings and dominate all of Maui.
But there were fair-minded indiv
idual who took the trouble to investi
gate the aims of the Association, and
they found thai, the people of Wai
luku District were- simply working
along proper hues to develop their
District, without any thought or de
sire to reach outside of their bounda
ries. When it oecame generally under
stood that the aims of ti;e Associa
tion were unselfish and commendaole,
nearly all of the best citizens of the
District joined the organization and
are now working harmoniously together.
The aims and constitution of the
Association a.o elastic, and its scope
embraces all things which are good
and helpful. It can encourage the
upbuilding of tne District of Wailuku
in social and material matters. It can
work for good roads. It can check
coruption and neglect of duty by of
ficials within the District. It can
strengthen the bands of the repre
sentatives and senators in the Legis
lature. In fact the good that such au
organization, properly conducted.
can effect is so great that time alone
cau tell all that it may do.
But a serious qujstion has now con
fronted the Association for solution,
and one which must be wisely and gen
erously handled for the best interests
ot all concerned. When the general
public began to understand what the
Associatiatiou stood for, persons re
siding in outlying Districts asked that
the scope of the Association be en
larged, and that instead of an Im
proveincnt Association of Wailuxu
District, the organization enlarge its
aims aud assume the name and work
of the Improvement Association, of
Maul, urging the reason that the
whole of the Island should be permit
ted to enjoy the benetits to be derived
from the work of tho Association
In reply to this it was answered
that to enlarge the Association would
diffuse and weaken its powers, and
would lay Wailuku open tothe charge
of desiring to run tho whole Island
of Maui. It was further urged that
the citizens of Wailuku should not
be as lied to pass judgment upou
purely local matters pertaining to
Lahaina, to Makawao and to tlana
pistrict, nor should the citizens of
those Districts be asked to act in
matters which, ate purely local to
Wailuku District. And it was fur the
urged that the Ilunj, Makawao and
Lahaina Districts should bo encour
aged to organize local Associations
along the Hues of such Associations
elsewhere, for the management of
their local affairs, and that whenever
questions of general int erest arise all
the Associations should federate to
work for the common good.
In order to decide this question to
the best interest of all, the Assoc'uv
tion of Wailuku District has ap
pointed a committee to communicate
with all the leading citizens of Maui
asking for their views on the subject
The committee appointed have pre
pared and sent out hundreds of ci
cular letters making specitic enquiry
and every one who receives one of
these letters is earnestly requested to
take tho trouble to reply.
Iu addition, any citizen who has any
view on the subject is respectfully
requisted to write to J. N. S. Williams
Esq.j Puunene, Maui, chairman of the
committee, and such communication
will b carefully read and considered
"I told you sol" The News has all
along asserted that the Makawao
baseball team had good timber in it,
which only needed a little "season
ing." Last Sunday's game more than
verilied the truth of this as will be
seen from the above result in their
game with the Morning Stars.
''Brownie" Gomes from the pitcher's
box delivered a series ot down
curves resulting in fly balls, and tho
outfielders of the Makawaos simply
athered them. The in fielders, no-
ably first baseman Crook played cor
rect ball, and the interest of the
pectators never flagged I rom the be"
ginning to the end of the game.
The Stars, to give spice to the game,-
ere generous enough to redistribute
leir men during the first live innings,
putting Pitcher Kruger on first,
hortstop Garcia in left held, first
usemau Smith behind the bai, etc. i t,, u,0 Ai-i-mianl Supi iiim-ii t'u"
nd the result was that at the end of h. 0-ks uml ei. closed in u m -ulrii en-
the fifth inning the score stooii 6 to 5 j vriuiie uii ;dressd to Hon. C. h. tloi
in tavor of the Stars. At the beginn
ing of the sixth inu.'ng the Stars look
their right positions and the Maka
waos' made no more runs, but held
the Stars down to one run.
The otlieial score of last week's game
is as follows:
Makawaos.... 2 2001000 0 a
M. Stars 0 0500101 - 7
Concrete Arch Culvert at Kai.ua
nui, Mamko Gulch, Mai l .
Better Than Ever
Honolulu, T. H., May 2nd, 1!04.
Proposals will be received at the
office of the Supt. of Public Work,
Honolulu, until 12 o'c oek m. May 2:3,
1904, for the construction of concrete
Arch Culvert at Kaluanui, M.iliUo
Gulch, District of Makawao, Maui,
Plans and specillcations are nil tile
at the utticcs of the Assistant super
intendent if Public Works, Hon. lulu,
and W. O. Aiken. Chairman of .vi.il-a-
wao Road Board; copies "i -i
be furnished intending uiUt
ceipt o( Ij.Oi), whicii sum i.. !
turued to the bidoer ufier li .
po-iu ti his ntu ai.u relui iieo u
Proposals- must be ubiini i
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BASEBALL, TENNIS. POLO. GOLF
AND CRICKET GOODS.
NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
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y POTTER CO., Ltd
931 Fort St., Honolulu, H. T.
P. O. ilox 784.
Cornel Sione urogram.
The followiug is the program of ex-
rcises at the la.vunf of the corner
tone today, subject to such changes
as may be found necessary.
Star Spangled Banner Wailuku
Song Hawaiian Quartette.
Opening Address C. E. King.
Vocal Solo Two Grenadiers,
H. V. Baldwin.
Laying of the Corner Stone with
Appropriate remarks by Hon.
H. P. Baldwiu.
Song America, School Children.
Closing Address Hon. A. N.
Red, White and Blue Wailuku
10 Hawaii Ponoi.
low u , Upcl Intent til Puinl- ! i.S,
H iiioluiu. i. ik. ei.dursed "I i wwil
for Couch le Aich Uulverl t'. hiilua-
uui, '.tiuuko Gmc . M.n.l
Each proposal lliusl coiiUwu lliefuh
name ol the p.n i m paru in. kihi:
the same ano uil peisotis int.-i t'Meu
therein, aiul must Uh accompanied by
acertilieu check nt 5 per ci i. ..1 i lit
ainouniof tne proposal pujao.- id .
S. liolloway, Supei iiiteiKl- lit of Pub
lie Works, as suivtv mat if Hie pro
posal be accepted a contract .viil ut
No proposals will he eii'i i twined
uless made on the blanks, furnished
oy the Assistant Supeiiuteuoent of
Public Works, and delivered at the
office of the Superintendent ol Public-
Works previous to 12 o'clock m. on
ue ..ay specified.
Tne Superintendent res rves the
ght to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public U
Makawaos Teachers' Convention.
On Monday, Vaj 23rd, the teach
ers of Makawao District will hold an
all day convention in the Makawao
school house. The custom in the past
has been to meet one afternoon each
montb, but tho privilege of having
one day every two months has recent
ly been granted is an experiment
It is thought that this change will
give the teachers' meetings more im
portance, create greater interest,
and induce a larger attendance.
All citizens and residents of Lahai
na District interested iu civic feder
ation are requested to meet at tho
Lahaina Court House, on Monday
evening, May 30, 1904, for the pur
pose of organizing an Improvement
Association of Lahaina District.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. JIX
TTANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA-
J. -a. tion ol uriuciuul uittue ol uusiuvsm, uu
FrancUco, California. Location of works, Hana
Maul, Territory of Hawaii. '
Notice la beroby given, that at a moot lag of
the Board of Directors, held on tha Dili day of
January, 11KH, an assessment, No. 4, of tun (10)
cents per share, was levied upou the capital
stock of the Corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
the Company, Louis Suronl, at his otnee, No
QUI Folsom Street, Sun Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the first day of March, 1WU
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction; and uuless payment is made be
tore, will be sold on FRIDAY, the 25th day of
March. 1904, to pay the delinquent assessment
together with costs of advertising and expenses
By order of the Hoard of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
Ofnce No. 215 Front Srreet, San Francisco,
The date of the delinquency ot tbe above As
sessment was this day postponed until the 26th
day of Mareb, 1904, and tbe day of sale was
postponed until SATURDAY, the 83rd day of
lly order of the Hoard of Directors,
D. C. DATES, Secretary
San Fruncisco, March 5, 1U04.
The (fate of the delinquency of the ubove As
sessmuut was this day postpcuial until tho i-'in
day of April, 1904, aud the duy ot sale was post
poned until SATURDAY, the ilst dayot May
Uy order of tho Hoard of Directors,
D. C. DATES, Socrelary
San Francisco, March at, 1901.
The date of the delinquency of tho above As
sessment was this duy postponed until the dlsl
day of May, 1904, and the day of sale was post
poned until SATURDAY, the ltlin duy of June
-By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary
Sua Francisco, April , 1904
When You Begin
A Home of Your Own
your first step will be 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
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. give vou our best suggestions to assist you in choosing. Our
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Honolulu, May 2
Proposals will be received
office of the Supt. of Public Works.,
Honolulu, uutil 12 o'clock m. May 28,
10U4, for the construction of a portion
of tbe Kula Homestead Road (12,700
ft. in length), District of Makawao,
Maui, T. H.
Plans and specifications are on tile
at the office of Asst. Supt. of Public
Torl(8, and with W. O. Aiken, Chair
man of Makawao Road Board of
Maui, T. H., copies of which will be
furnished intending bidtlci s on receipt
of $5.00 which sum will be return-d
to the bidder after he ha3 deposited
his bid are returned the plans
Proposals must be submitted on
the blank forms which will be lurnil
ed by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works
and enclosed in a sealed envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Supt,
of Public Works, Honolulu, T. H.,
endorsed "Proposal for Kula Home
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties makin
tbe same, and must be accoinp-uued
by a certified check of 5 per cent of
the amount of the proposal, payable
to C. S. Hoiloway, Supt. of Public
Works, as surety that if the proposa
be accepted a contract will be enter
No proposal will be entertained un
less made on the blanks furnished b.v
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works and
delivered 'at the office of t he Supt. of
Public Works previous to 12 o'clock
m. on the day specified.
Tbe Superintendent of Public
Worki reserves the right to n jec
any or all bius or to accept bias on
any portion or portions of the work
C. S. HOLLOWAY",
Superintendent of Public Works
A good, experienced man to tak
care of Coffee Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
Assignee's Notice to Creditort.
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In tho matter of the Assigumcn
of V. Kas'.iinoki, of Wailuku. Maui, to
All parties bavinjr claims agains
Y. KashinolJ, of Wailuku, Maui
formally doing a general mercliaudise
business in said Wailuku, are hereby
notified that they must tile the same
with the assignee, James Kirkland,
of Kahului, Maui, duly authenticated,
within thirty days from the date
hereof, or stand foi ever barred.
James. Kirkjand, (Kahului, Maui,
Assignee of Y. Kash
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