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Circuit Court at vV ailuku opens next
ednrs-fliiv, June 8.
If yn'.i n urn a first class cigar, call
at tho Maui Hotel ollice.
Dont forget Iaiurovemcnt Associa
tion iricetiiiif next Thursday evening.
Co. 1.. N. U. II. will probablygo to
Hoooiulu for a week's drill in encnmp-
The M aui Wiin' & Liquor Co., in an
fld on first piie, lil a few standard
brands for which they are the sole
The da if of the concert at Mauim-
olu beminar.v Ims linen changed (mm
Saturday, June 11. to Friday, June 10.
Make a i.oit uf it.
An due'inii s.i! - ,n Airs. J. H. Paint
er's eflf." i v ili be field at her res
idence tH-xl Thursday, commencing
at 10 o cl.M-k, A. M.
Dwii'.itvs wi iv elected throughout
Maui : :n,iiuil:iv to attend tne
Dennier.. uc O mveiiUon to be held in
Honolulu on Aiomlay, June C.
Given xwa l'r Hm A.-king.-Choiee
yeranimn .uni( ctn yuntheinum slips.
FEUN6 i'OU i A L K.
VV. G. SCOTT.
Don't semi your j. o work to Houo-
lulu or (in? c ii.-i until you find out
the price uuJ 4 utiity of work clone at
the iNtiMs joiioilice. That's only fair.
WiinM.is littles U.irbur Snip
Next I'uursitay evening is the reg
ular luoiiUiiy incetuig of the Improve
ment Aiauciaiiou ol Wailuku District,
and every meinour auouid ba present.
The citizens 01 Lahaina met on Mon
day evening and organized an im
proveuiuui association, which should
accomplish inucu good for our' sister
"Autoniuo" Garcia is Stocking up
the old KoUrigues store with a line of
new fresii groceries at prices which
will win oack lue old time' trade to
Somo puolie spirited member of the
Improvement Association should in
troduce a resolution next Thursuay
evening, looking to the renovation of
Dr. Kaymoud states that there are
in one Oooy on the Ulupalakua Ranehe
over 600 acres uf the linest pmeapplo
la no on tne Islands. A rare chance
Tomorrow is Corpus Christi day,
ana will be celebrated at the Catholic
Cburch, special trains being run ith
reduced fares to accommodate the up
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
has taken over the Jim Hoy butcher
shop, and will hereafter furnish Wai
lukans with the fat juicy, tender beef
for which Ulupalakua U famous.
The Sportiug Goods firm of Woods
& Sheldon, !)l Fort St, Honolulu are
doing quite a busiuess on Maui, and
. have proven to their many customers
,- that they are perfectly reliable.
' FOR SALE-One Brunswick and
Halke 'Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
Fob Sale. Pure White Leghorn
'jgs, from imported fowls. Prize
. vlnuers. Two Dollars per setting,
Address W. E. SHAW,
Cor." Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Hoooiulu, H. T., P. O. Box 554.
Haleakala Lodge, No. 1. K. of P.
(Hawaiian) held interesting Decora
tion Day exercises at the cernetary
on Sunday, addresses being delivered
by W.- F. Crockett and Wra. ShafTery,
and some fine singing rendered by ttie
YValluku Base Bull Teem Dance
On Saturday evening, June 18, the
Wailuku Base Ball Team will give
a dance in the ball room of Aloha
Lodge, K, of P.
This dance is given for the benefit
of the Wailukus who have incurred
considerable expense during the sea
son, and who, unlme the other league
teams, have not taxed the Maui Ath
letic Association for any of their
Elaborate preparations are being
made and the event promises to be
one of the leading functions of the
,v Special trains will be run from Paia
'ovided the promised attendance
trom up country' justifies it.
Tickets will be issued this coming
week and placed on sale here and up
country, and all are cordially re
quested to uclff the tbk altm,. j
Completion of a Great Enterprise
This week marks the completion of
the Honokalmu Ditch, which brings
the water of the Honokahau Gulch to
I ahai a for tne uc of the Pioneer
Mill Co., the Mirvei for which was
bejaun in March, 1902, cou.itri.ci ion
on July 15th following.
Ovwnif to the iiiiiccehsibli- u.iluie
of ilit? country, the weather, iiiUor
triiunies and other tause, gieatuif
ficuuie tiad to Oe contended with.
I he iioiiokohau M renin has a ui j
weMier 11 '-v 1 I 1.) niiiliou g.iliona pi r
day, ui utile h over VI millions giiiivms
are now flowmx on tne Pl.u.tai ion.
Tne .'Hell has cifuclty of ill) uiillli li
giii.'oes 10 carry fresheis and lor lu
'uiv developinenls. Inei e are 40 lun-llelsi.t-
,t lolui h 1 ol 3J iiiilrs; iliree
inverted syphons 36 inches ImIUiiii u-r
aim 0 ornies fruin 3j 'u45 feci nig...
In some places tne water is coi.
Veyed In aconci ete uqUeUUet, In uu
Cl'n in 1 ditch oi luasomy in eei icut
or u Hume, curi e'u on it oencn exc.i v
ale.J m rock euiui.g over duUcult
palls. S une of the tunnels are llneu
Wltu Concrete or masonry. Ono ol
the main features 01 in? work i, ihe
extensive use oJ the cemented rock
lining for the ditch, wuere lue lorina
ti'iu whs too list ured or porous 10 hold
water: the coal of this original meth
od of construction 1ms been found to
be less than. ono fourth the cost, of
concrete lining; and it is watertight
and durante if properly done.
There were three deaths and some
minor accidents due to unavoidable
causes. Tne conception of this work
is due to the enterprise of Mr. 11. P.
Baldwiu. foremost, of Ditch guilders
and its successful completion to the
energy aud resourcefulness of Mr. L.
Barkhausen, manager of the Pioneer
Mr. J. S. Mo! my, Associate Mem
ber of the Institution of Civil
Engineers of Great Britain had entire
charge as Eugineer and manager, as
sisted b Messrs J. Dow. H. Doden,
J. Andrade, H. Hulvorseu aud H.
On Friday Evening, June 10.
Mauuaolu Seminary is making elab
orate arrangements to give one of
its charming concerts. The day
first selected was Saturday, June II,
but in order to give the up country
people a chance to at' end the Catholic
luau and fair in Wailuku on Saturday
afternoon and evening, June 11, the
Maunaolu people have decided to
give their concert on Friday evening,
The Seminary always gives charm
ing entertainments, and as the con
cert ts.given iu an excellent cause,
Wailuku should unite with up country
and give the young folks a rousing
The following is the program by
Spring Song , Lassen
In Our Boat. . . , Coweu
A. &. Classes.
Three Selections Reihecke
Stars of the Summer Night. W. Oliver
. Double Quartette.
Cradle Song Taubert
Caprice.... . ... .Rullak
Hither Fairies Trip J. H. Tully
Group of Songs
Mermaid's Song (Piano Solo). .Weber
Sing Sweet Bird W.Owen
Misses Kaia, Aana, Kalino,
Halahele and Chorus.
March Militaire Schubert
Misses Broad and English.
Spanish Caprice Moszkowski
Merry June Charles Viucent
The warm wave prevailing through
out the Islands is delightfully tem
pered at Wailuku by cool and refresh
ing trade winds...
Wailuku has experienced a very
quit week but next vreck.be lively on
account d wut tona .
10 to 0.
Well, it was a close game. At the
end of the ninth inning the score stood
9 to 9 between Ihe Stars and YVailu
kus last Sunday mid it took a tenth
inning to win the odd run. The score
tied ut the end of the eighth Inni. g,
and the ninth in' ing gave a goose eug
to each team. By this time 1 he uraun
Siaud and bleaching board held a wilo
ciowd, uud the boys of both 'earns
pluved fast und 'urious ball. The
tenth inning was a goose egg for the
Wuilukus. Then the istars went to
Oat wn h bruit h und J. Garcia, two nl
their best natters up. .Ninth raupt n
a two nagger to left, Garcia followi 1
with a two bagger to riht, uud the
game was won by one run.
Although tne excitement u us 11101
tense I liroughoul the game, slid ti
it was not as line an exhibition us w as
the lormer game between the two
teams'. However, the Wuilukus, who
played a bum game the week before,
have redeemed themselves, and may
now fairly rank as one of the strong
est, leama iu the league. Wnai tiny
need most is a good coach and mole
1 he ollicial score of last week 's game
is us follows:
123456781) 10 -M.
Stars... 2 0 10 2 0040 1-10
Wailukus.. 0 1) 2 0 0 0 1 6 0 0- 3
Catholic Luau and Fair.
In order to ra'se money to repair
the Catholic cuurch building, in Wai
luku, especially the belfry, which i.
becomiuu dangerous through decay
of iis limbers, Father Julieu and the
many friends of the Mission have
planned on elaborate Luau and Fair,
to oe given on the grounds of the
Catholic Mission on next Saturday,
June 11. or Kamehameha Day, com
mencing at noon, and continuing dur
ing the afternoon aud evening.
Exieuslve preparations are being
made, both (or the luau and fair, both
of which deserve aud will doubtless
receive hearty recognition at the
hands of the people of Maui, many of
whom are expected from up country
In this connection it may be added
that Superintendent R. W. Filler of
the Kahului Railroad Co. has kindly
promised to have special trains at
Wailuku Depot on the evening of June
11, to take the up country guests to
their homes at Klhei, Puunene and
Paia after the close of the fair.
All accounts due Jim Ah Hoy, Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., from November 21,
19U2 to date have been assigned to
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
All persons owing , the said Jim Ah
Hoy are hereby notified to make pay
ment to the authorized collector of
said Henry Waterhouse Co.
Wailuku, Maui, Juue 1, 1904.
Call No. 2.
To the Republican Party of the 3rd
Pursuant to section 13 of Article 1
of the Rules of the Republican Party,
all Republicans,- and those wishing to
affiliate with the Republican Party,
are requested to meet in the various
Precincts, at their usual places of
meeting, between the hours of 2 and
9 P. M., on the 18th of June, and make
nominations for officers for their Pre
The election of officers, nominated
at the aforesaid meeting, shall take
place at meetings of the various Pre
cinct Clubs to be held between the
hours of 2 and 9 P. M. of Juno 25th.
The officers for each Club to be
nominated on the 18th and elected on
the 25th instances are, a President--2
Vice Presidents a Secretary As
sistant Secretary a Treasurer 3
Judges of Election and an Executive
Committee to consist of 5 members.
Any one qualified to register for the
next geueral Election, and who has
caused his name to be entered on the
Precinct Republican Roll, prior to the
nomination of officers, shall be entitled
to vote for said Officers. All voting
shall be by ballot.
Head Quarters, Juno 1st 1901.
W. F. POGUE
Chairman Republican Ex. Comm. 3rd
, Notice is hereby given that Satur
day, June 11th, being a legal holiday,
all public offices will be closed on that
A. K C. ATKINSON,
Capitol, Honolulu, My 31Uj, IWi,
IN THE CIRCUIT COUUT OF TH E SECOND
Judicial Circuit, Turrltory of Hawnli. In the
.Matter of the Estate of Charles D. LoTeluud,
Notice to Chkditoks.
Notice Is hereby lvcn to all persons having
cluinii RRulust tne Estate of Oiiirl D. Love
lunu, latuof 1'aiu, Island of M:uil, Toiritory ol
Hawaii, to present tne sumo to ttio uutlerslQ
on, C. U. tiufkiu, udtnluislrutur of dnld Esiale,
ai uls olttco iu tlie first Nalioual bunk of Wni
Iuku, .viaui, wiunu six mouths from Uuti: uf
I uollcutlou ol mis nolice, or tucy will be for
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, May 97th, mi.
C. D. Lt FK.IIN,
Atlmluiulnlrator Estate of C. U. Lorclaun.
IN THE CI ItCUlT COlt UT uf Til E 9ECON1J
Jirctlit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Cli.fcimmrM; iu
1'itiuatu. Iu li,c .Matter of the Eslalo of N
3aimolo, uect ased.
On itoiuiiJK u..u filing the Petition of the
Fit'HtMntloijul Uauk of Wailuku, of Wailuku,
.tiaui, alleging luui N. SuKimoto of Puiu.
Island of M;iut oied intestate at and on the
I .luuu 01 Niaui, ou or about Hil 31st uay of iay,
A. D. 11X11. leaving property In the Hawaiiau
LUuudH neeessary to be administered upon, and
irayiUK that Letters of AumtuUilralion ksue
to Tuomaa M. Cutireli of Paia. .said Islatid ol
it is OrJered that Wednesday, the WUi day ol
Jauo, A. U. IVJ4, at IU o'clock A. M., be aud
hereb lv appointed for neurintf Kaid I'etition iu
lue Court lioom of thU Court at v ailuku, at
iViilch time auu place all persons concerned may
appear aud Khow cause, If auy they have, wuy
said Petit lou suould uot be granted,
Dated at V ailuku, May &tn, lll.it.
Uy Order of tne Court.
, W. J. COELHO,
" Clerk of the Circuit Court.of the 2ml Circuit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
v'iruclt, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers; .in
I'robute. In the Alatterof tho Estulu of Antone
Joaquin Rodrlgues, deceased.
A Document purporting to be the Last Will
and Testament of Antoue Joaquin Kodrijjues
deceased, having on the Sth day of May, A. D.
IJO-l, been presented to Kaid Probate Court, aud
a Petition for Probuto thorcof, and for tho Issu
aace of Letters Testamentary to Maria Gloria
itodrigues having been tiled by said Maria
It is hereby Ordered, that Wednesday, tho
.Mill day of June, A. D. 1U04, at lUo'ciock A. M.,
of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
vVuiluku, Maui, Territory of Hawaii, be aud the
sanio hereby is appointed tho timo and place
for proving said Will and hearing said applica
tion. Dated at Wailuku, Maut, this 28th doy of May,
Uy the Court.
W. J. COELHO, (L. 3.)
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT, .j
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
tlon of principal place of busiuess, San
Francisco, itlifornlu. Location of woiks.Huun,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii. ,
Notice is hereby given, that at a mooting of
tho Board of Directors, held on tho Uiu day of
January, 11KI4, an assessment, No. 4, of ten (III)
cents per share, was levied upou tho capital
stock of tho Corporation, payable imm ;diatoly
In United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
tho Company, Louis Saronl, at his otUee, No
0O1 Folsotn Street, San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid ou the first day of March, lutil,
will bo delinquent, and advertised for unto at
public auctiou; and uuless paymeut Is niadn be
fore, will be sold ou FRIDAY, the 25th day of
March, luttl, to pay the delinquent nssesstueut ,
together with costs of advertising and expenses
By order of the Boaid of Dircctorj,
D. C. DATES, Secretary,
Orllce No. S15 Front Srreot, San Francisco,
Tho date of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was this day postponed until the -itn
day of March, VXU, aai the day of sale wus
pjstpoued until SATURDAY, the 2:!rd day ot
Uy order of the Daard ot Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March S, mill.
The date of tho delinquency of tho ulovo As
sessment was this day postponed uutll tho 23rd
duy of April, UKII, and the day ot tialo was post
poued until SATURDAY, tho Slat day ot May,
By order of tho Board of Director:!,
D. C. BATES, Sjcrctary
San Francisco, March 30, mill.
POSTPON EM EST.
The date of the delinquency of tho uuovo As-
sessmeut was this day poritponed until tho 2lst
day of May, 1U0I, and tho day of sale waj po. t
pouod uutil SATURDAY, the ldth day of June
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, S-Jcretary.
San Francisco, April 20, ltRH
DELINQUENT 8ALB NOTICE.
ANA PLANTATION COMPANY, Lo
cation or principal place of busiuess,
San Francisco, California. Locnllouof works,
Huna, Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice. There are delluqneut upou tho fol
lowing described Stock, on account of Assest
ment (No. 4) levied on the Dili day of January,
10OI, theseveral amounts aet opposite the names
of the respective Shareholders, as follows:
Name. Curt. Shares. Amount.
Ames, Wortliington..iiii & I .si)
Hates, D. C , Tr 450 fiu 5.1)0
Bates, D. C , Tr HUM lou Jii.tX)
Hates, D. C, Tr 1178 15 I.VJ
Bates, D. C, Tr UDU 15 l.att
Bates, D. C, Tr 15UU SO 2 uo
Bates, D. C, Tr 1H27 15 " 1.50
Bales, O. C, Tr 184U 6 .50
Bates, D. C. Tr WJi 2.V) 25.Ul
Beujamla, E. J., Tr.. ih& 5m I ftti.uu
Bremer, W. H., Tr....lSil 15 1.50
Blow, A. W. & Co 425 5'J 5.(0
Blow, A. W. & Co 515 50 5.00
Blow, A. W. &Co.,Tr.l8?3 110 10.00
Boman, OlgaC 1012 till . 10.03
Hellman, A. C.,Tr....204U M 5.00
And In accordance with law, aud an order
from the Hoard of Director?, madu on tho 2Ath
day of April, 1111, so many shares of each parcel
of kuch stock as may be necessary, will bo sold
at PVillc. Auc Hon at the ollice of the Company,
No. fth Folaum Street.San Frauclsco.Califuruia,
ou SATURDAY, the IHttt day of June, lim, at
the hour oi one o'clock P. M. of said day, to pay
said Delinquent Assessment thereon, toether
vtth costs of a L ertUluK und exiicuses of s;.lr. i
I V. C. HATES, . Secretary. j
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