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The best cigars in tuwi, from two
bit Clays down are to Lm fuund ut the
Office of tin; Maui Hotel.
' Ur. Derby, t lit dentu-t, is at iVr
naudes' Hotel, I'uia. where lie will re
main for tlie iiex l lew u.iys.
Wailuku's 1st class Barber fcim.
The 'U uihiiiud u'uti blurs play Lua
totuurro.v auil it fchwuiU ue abut futile
if the Wailuwus arc in any shape to
Cur pouters and pampers are at
work renovating the court houses auu
making borne cbaugea in tho hmaii
Siuoiie the e.eieorated "Cronio" i)
ceiit o'ar. Jt lias a uulicacy of taate
aud Uavor distinctly u&uwu. Sold Ljr
all Maui dealers.
Puuucue Plauialiou lias already
turned out 23,1)00 Um.-i of sugar ttiic
season aud lias souio luouauds 01
tous yet t gnud.
Within six week li:e UciV bank
building of tne l'irst National LiaiiK
of Wailuku will be completed auu
ready lor oceuuauy.
Ou last Monday utlerujon at 5:ilU
o'clock lilJ Closing VVulaUe of thi
Wailuku Mill auiiuunced tuat the sea
son's griuoiiig is pau.
Next Monday, May 30, is Decora
tion, Day, aud nas oy oruer of the
Govei nor been declared a legal holi
day throughout the Territory.
The Likeiike which left Honolulu
for Maui on WeduesUay evening
brought foreign mail, oeiug delayeu
an hour in Honolulu waiting for it.
Given A way for Urn Asking. -Choice
geranium aud chrysanthemum slips.
tflSttoNa Jj'OH sal,:.
W. G. SCOTT.
The water has bceu drained off the
truck ut Kahului, and men were put
to work on Monday morning to reno
vate the track, fences aud buildings.
A democratic primary will be helu
in VVaiiuku this afternoon to elect
delegates to tlie Democratic Conven
tion to beheld in Honolulu on June l.
The members of Aloha Lodge, K
of P. have issutd invitations for an
informal "pit," card, and daucing
party at K. of P. Hall this owning,
from 8 to 12 o'clock.
Keep cool in the warmest weather
by drinking PrimJ Lager. It is not
fortified like imported beers to pre
serve them, but is guaranteed abso-i
luEely pure and delicious. I
FOR SALE One Brunswick and
Bailee Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
Owiug to rush of ads this week,
several interesting items, including
our popular "Lahaina Lines" are
shutout. Guess an eight -page pa
per is beginning to be needed on
The cottage on the lot between the
Windsor and the parsonage grounds
is beiug torn away, and Mr. W. T.
Robinson, the owner, will erect a
handsome residence building ia its
For Sale. Pure White Leghorn
Eggs, from imported fowls. Prize
winners. Two Dollars per setting,
Address W. E. SHAW,
Cor. Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Honolulu, H. T., P. O. Box 554.
See "Corpus Christi Day" time
table of Kahufui R. R. Co. at bottom
of second page, for June 5. On June
11, regular trains will be ruo, with
reduced rates for the benefit of vis
itors to the Catholic Mission luau and
. The citizens of Lahaina meet at the
Lahaina court house next Monday
evening, May 30, to organize an im
provement association. This is a
move in the right direction, m which
they have the best wishes of the citi
zens of Wailuku.
A yholesale liquor license at V.'ai
luku has beeu granted to S. Kimura
of Waikapu, and he will open a whole
sale liquor house in the Kepoikai
.building on the corner of Main and
Market Streets, formerly occupied
by Lovejoy & Co.
It is no longer necessary to go to
Honolulu to have clothes made. It is
iio longer necessary to go to a tailor.
One needs only to write to M. Mcln
erny, Honolulu, for a suit of the su
perb Stein-Bloch Cloths and receive
them by return steamer, perfect in
ind pressed ready to wear. See
I'tUcriiCiit on teTiid page.
Our New Jail.
Auiviig the visitors to the laving of
i he cr 1 1 nr stone at uiiuku lust Sal
ur.ay vvim one luibe ii.i-ioii it was
to plan for tlie iinnit uu It construe
l it'll if niiiitlit-i building.
Art liil.Tl, 11. L. kti r ol Honolulu
r. ivr-d Oy Friday uigir. s MuuuaLoa
wiiti authority frmn Hie Public V ut ks
Department to select a Mte fur the
jail cind hi e department u Wailuku.
On iiUirdiiy aiieiiioou u conference
between the oilicials ol Maui and Mr.
lie vr 'a, is held, ut w liieli detinue plans
ei e. pi aolieally UKi em upon. The
j.i.l and hie department are to be in
one buildinv', for tlie construction of
a meli 8,UUU is available. The build
ing as planned is to be ol couerele aud
pructiuahy lircprool. it will oe two
stories in height, the lower story of
vsiiuii will be a basement hi whien will
Lie loc tied tne i.eli.- ut the prisoners,
lite upper floor will be useu lor the
otlices ol tlie Slierill, jailors aud police
oe pa rime ii t. Tne room lor the hose
carls will be at tlie trout culrauue ol
me never iiwor, with a lurye dour tor
eres-i. A covered passage la puuu
ed wlucn will lead oireutiy from the
prisoner's cells to the bock ol the uew
court r oiii ai the court house to oe
bulk. Tin: present louluis wdi be
i uiseb Uuee or tour feet to Hie front
ol the jail, tnus deepeniug tlie base
ment, so that only a short flight of
Iioul steps will be required to reach
lue upptr floor. When Mr. Kei i suo
mits ins report, plans will ut once be
prepared uud bibs called lor, so that
witiiiu tlie next three inonihs, the
erection of the new jail aud tire de
partment will be begun. The new jail
will stauU oacK about i)0 teetlrom tne
street uud on the same side of the
courthouse that it now stands, though
prubaoiy a short distance souihol the
preseut jail building.
YVorK wnl uol oe beguu ou the court
house until the legislature cau meet
aud maKe uuy changes necessary in
the law. it is uotv begiiiuing to be
understood that tiie sum of 3o,UUUis
entirely inadequate lor the purpose
of erecting a sutlieieeiitiy large aud
roomy uuiluuig for a court auu county
ouilumg and the suggestion bus well
beeu made that a portion Of the ap
propriation for the Kauului ti arbor,
say j40,uull, might well uud wisely be
diverted to be purpose ol erecting a
proper county building which should
require ut least $75,11011. iNow that
the H. C & b. Co. are planning lor an
elaborate breakwater aud deep water
pier at Kahului, the need for an ad
ditional harbor ut our sea-port has
ceased. As a county building is some
thing needed by all tue citizens of Maui
it would be the right thing to apply
thirty five or forty thousand dollars
of the wuarf money to tlu erection of
a county building, and devote the re
maining ten or lit teen thousand dol
lars to the extension of the Bahama
13 to 12.
In the somewhat erratic game of
baseball played at Wells Park last
Sunday afternoon, the Kahuluis took
boxes of starch out of the Wailukus
wno had supposed that they could
play some bail. In the first game of
the season the Kahuluis rubbed it into
the Wailukus with a score of 21 to 7,
Since that time the Wailukus have
materially strengthened their team,
and in the recent game with the Stars
the Ecore stood 5 to 3 in favor of the
Stars, and in a later game uguinst the
Makawuos the score stood 28 to (i in
favor of the Wailukus.
Yesterday's game was considered
a sure thing for the Wailukus by all
except the Kahuluis themselves, who
came on the ground confident of win
ning, and the above score in their
favor is a compliment to their con
fidence in themselves.
First at the bat, the Kahuluis
chalked one run and goose-egged the
Wailukus, and this they repealed in
the second, inning. In the third in
ning the Kahuluis took a goose egg,
and then the Wailukus made ten runs,
four of which they owed to the fact
that the ball was passed on error and
made its way under the granl stand.
This was disheartening to tho Kahu
luis, but when they chalked up seven
runs in the next inning things bright
ened for them. George Cummiogs
who caught for the Kahuluis played a
faultless game and did much to en
courage his team by excellent coach
ing. First baseman Walsh sported a
sprained linger aud Prophet took
fu st base uud played great ball. The
Kahuluis could not do better than
leave him on first, if ho continues to
play i''ko he did last Sunday. Hudson
pitched for the KaliulJis,uud although,
he uoes not send a strong ball, yet
when that sinuous riht arm of h e
does . iU Delsurte unit delivers the
bull, iiobouy except the pitcher
kniifwlA'te to expect ii..)
'1 he Wailuku butti ty was hot up
toils UMial Manuurd, i.win. io the
luct thai Kekuerta's rigut wrist hud
men sprained mi thut he could not
throw uceuruleiy uno uuforluuulf l.,
just oe fort I. if game begun, in prac
tice lie sevei tly cut a finger on his
rfghl t'uud which, ulihouh tied up,
bleu through the hole geme. Pitch
er Lspiudu had been siek lor sevtral
days prioi' to llie utne, uud thus
weuki neu could not do his usual ood
work. Nex I Sunday's gume will be
between llie Morning Slurs uud Wttl
luhUs, ami n the Wuiluhu buttery uie
in good trim, u hot game will result.
1 lie olhclal score of last ween 's game
is us follows:
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Kauuhii.,. .... il 00731U 013
vVuiUku. .. 00 111 00001 112
Moi.uav, May 30, Decoration Day,
being a liegal Holiday, the Governor
directs that uh puolic offices bt
A. J,. C. ATKIN&ON,
Secretary of tiawaii.
Capitol, Honolulu, May 18th, 1U04.
Durmg the ubsenceot the Governor
from the Territory,' the Secretary of
the Territory will act aa Governor.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Capitoi, Honolulu, May 21, 11)04.
IN THE C1KCUIT COUUT OP THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Cnuarbere; In
ProDuto. In tlie Mutter or the Estate of N.
On Heitdlag uud Filing the Petition of the
First National bunk of Wailuku, of Wailuku,
Maui, alleging tbat N. Sugimoto of Pula,
Island of Maui died intestate at and on the
Island of Maui, ou or about tbo 21st day of May,
A. D. 1801. leaving property in tbe Hawaiian
Islands uoeonsary to be administered upon, and
praying that Letters of Admiulsttiutton issue
to Thorn. is M. Church of Pula.jsntd Island of
It Is Ordered thut Wednesday, the 29th day of
June, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock A. M., be and
h jreby Is appointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Koom of this Court at Wailuku, at
which time and pluce all persons concerned may
appear and bhow cause, if any they have, why
said Petition should uot be granted,
Dated at Wailuku, May 25th, 191H.
I)y Order of the Court.
W. J. COELHO,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd Circuit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE SECOND
cHruclt, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers; in
Probate. In the Matterof the Estate of Antone
Joaquin Rodrigues, deceased.
A Document purporting to be the Last Will
and Testament of Antoue Joaquin Rodriguus
deceased, huvlng on the 2Uth day of May, A. D.
1901, been presented to said Probate Court, and
a Petition for Probate thereof, and for the Issu
ance of Letters Testamentary to Maria Gloria
Rodrigues having beeu tiled by said Maria
It is hereby Ordered, that Wednesday, the
28th day of June, A. D. 1904, at lOo'clock A. M.,
of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
Wailuku, Maul, Territory of Hawaii, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time und place
for proving said Will and hearlog said applica
tion. Dated at Wailuku, Maul,;thisS0th day of May,
Dy tho Court.
W. J. COELHO, (L. S.)
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
HAN A PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
tion of priuctpal place of buslueb.1. Sun
Francisco, California. Location of works,Hana,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given, tbat at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held :on the Oth day of
January, 1904, an assessment, No. 4, of ten (10)
cents per share, was levied upon the capital
stock of the Corporation, payable immediately
in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
tbe Company, Louis Suronl, at his ofUce, No
C01 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
. Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on tbe first day of March, 1UU4,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
publlo auction; and unless payment la made be
fore, will be sold on FRIDAY, the ii&th day of
Marohi 1904, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with costs of advertising and expenses
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
Ofnce No. 315 Front Srrect, Sua Francisco,
The date of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was this day postponed until the SHth
day of March, 1M, and the duy of sale was
postponed until SATURDAY, the 23rd day of
By order of the Hoard of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March &, 1904.
The date of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was this day postponed until the 23rd
duy of April, 1904, and tbu day of sale was post
poncd until SATURDAY, the 21st day ox May.
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary
Sun Francisco, March 30. 1901.
The date of the delinquency of.the above As
"ensment was this duy pistponed until the 21s
day of May, I .Ml, und the duy of sale was post
poned until SATURDAY, the 1Mb day of Juue
liy ordurof the ikmrd of Directors,
D. C. BATES. Secretary.
Sun Frau-!l :o, Apiil i, lil '1
Mortoce8jNotlce of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Noi ice is hereby given that under
und by: virtue of the power of sale
coiiiuined in thut certuin Indenture
of Mortgage, duttd tne 21st . day of
November, 1902, executed, acknowl
edged aud delivered by Jim Ah Hoy, of
Wuiluku, Muui, Territory of Huwaii,
as Mortgagor, to V. T. Robiuon und
Lee Hop, of mi id Wailuku, tin Mort
gugeeH, said mortgage huving been
given to secure Ihe payment of 1850.
00, und drawing interest at the rate
of ten per cent per annum, and now
to be sold because of the non-payment
of said principal sum und inter
est due thereon; which said mortgage
is recorded in Liber 243, et paces 74,
76", in the office of the Registrar or
Conveyances ut Honolulu, and which
mortgage is still held and owned bv
Jsaid V. T. Robinson uud Lee Hop;
I the mortgagees intend to foreclose
said mortgage for conditions broken,
that is to say, for tne non-payment
of the principal sum therein uamed
and for the non-payment of interest,
as by the terms of said mortgage se
cured. Notice is likewise given by said
Mortgagees, W.-T. Robinson and Lee
Hop, that after the expiration of
three weeks from the date of this
notice, to wit: on Monday, the 13th
day of June, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, said mortgaged property,
for the reasons hereinabove stated
will be sold at public auction at the
entrance to the Court louse at Wai
Terms of sale: cash at the time of
Deeds to be at tho expense of pur
chaser or purchasers.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of the property to be sold,
apply to D. H. Case, Attorney for
Mortgagees, ut Wuiluku, Maui, or to
W. T. Robinson, one of tho Mort
gagees, at said Wuiluku.
(Signed) W. T. ROBINSON,
Dated, 20th day of May, 19H4.
Description of Property to be Sold.
The following is a description of
the mortgaged property, conveyed
by said mortgage, and whicn will be
That certain two room, one story,
store building situated on Market
Street, Wailuku, Maui. Said 6tore
building being located on the prem
ises under lease to ,tlie party of the
Erst part, by lease of Mrs. Sarah K.
Aluli dated May 12tb, 1900, and ap
pearing of record.
Also that certain restaurant build
iog on High Street, Wai'uku, Maui,
situated on the lot adjoining on the
Waihee side the residence lot of W.
T. Robinson. And said building be
ing now occupied by Moon Chung as a
Also the lease of said lot from John
Tallet to Jim Ah Hoy.
Also all the goods, wares, merchan
dise, stock in trade, furniture, equip
ments, effects, chattels and other
property of every nature and des
cription of the party of the first part,
situated in or used about tbe store of
the said party of the first part on
Market Street, Wailuku, Maui, and
which said store adjoins the Wailuku
Market, on the Waihee side of said
Wailuku Market. And all stock and
trade in, upon or about the said store
or store building.
Also all furniture, equipments and
every other nature or description of
property in or about the Wailuku
Market on Market Street, Wuiluku,
and all and every nature of property
used in the conduct of said business.
Also all outstanding accounts or
other indebtedness of whatsoever
nature due or owing said Jim Ah Hoy,
from said store or market business,
or from any other source whatsoever.
A good, experienced man to take
care of Coffee Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE,
Assignee's Notice to Creditors.
In tho matter of the Assignment
of Y. Kas'.inoki, of Wailuku, Maui, to
All parties, having claims against
Y. Kashlnoki, 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,
wi-hin thirty days from, the date
he -eof, or stand forever barred.
J.Auies Kirkland, (Kahului, MaujJ
Assignee of Y. Kashinoli. j
Datod iUs SL'nd day of April. 1901. 1
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