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The Bismaik Staolis sport the
nattiest rijjs and best ttms ia town.
Maunaolu and Luhamaluna Semin
aries have closed for the June vaca
tion. The Ladies' Card Club v meet
Tuesday P. M. at two o'clock, with
Mre. C. B. Wells.
Judge Kepoikai entertained the bar
at an elegant luau, given at the fish
eries on Tuesday.
The publio schools on M.mi all close
today, to be opened again tho second
week in Septemoer.
Now for the rucus on the Fourth,
which bid fair to be tin bust fastest
ever held at Kahuiui.
Maui has an Hawaiian bred which
can beat Iscnbui-rf's Creola, if it is
ever intelligently trained.
Grand Ball at K. of P Hall this
(Saturday) evening , for tup. benefit of
he Wauku Jiise Uull team.
If you want the best ciartobe
had in town, call at thr otfice of the
' Maui Hotel aud you will rind it.
W.iiluku's 1st cl ks-t lUrbor Shop
Cyclone and Di-niiy riealy turned
the trick at the Honolulu race track,
and can do it aaia at Spreckels'
Park on the Fourth.
Two now piueapple plantations per
year is the gait wuicli Maui has
sturck, with several rubber planta
tions up our sleeves.
Wailuku once mora iits a first-class
horse shoer, Dan. T. Carey, who has
reopened the Painter shop, and open
ed up with a good business.
BYear, Hartm.ll and Hatch are ap
pointed as members of the Supreme
Court, with Parsons for Circuit Jud;e
atHiloand Mathewrnau at Koua
Given Away for thf Asking.-Choice
geranium and chrysanthemum slips.
FERNS FOR SALE.
... " w- G- SCOTT.
The jury w?re all discharged last
'Monday morning, on account of lack
of funds, and the June term of Circurt
' Court came to a sudden termination
FOR SALE One Brunswick and
Balke Standard Billiard Table and
: outfit. Almost new. Apply to
The luau and air at tue Catholic
Mission last Situruay afternoon and
evening proved successful, despite
the downpour of rain which greatly
reduced the attendance and receipts
New lines of groceries and tlrygoods
are constantly being added to the
' stock at Rodrijjues store, of attrac
five price aud quality. The publio is
respectfully invited to call aud inspect
The committees appointed at the
. recent monthly meeting of the I in
provement Association have begun
their work and will have some inter
esting reports to read at the next
Foe Sale. Pure White Leghorn
Eggs, from imported fowls. Prixe
winners. Two Dollars per setting,
Address W. E. SHAW,
Cor. Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Honolulu, H. T., P. O. Box 554.
' Company I., N. H. G. of Maui, re
turned by Wednesday's Claudine, and
the boys presented a creditable ap
pearance as they inarched into town
although looking somewhat tired and
travel wore. No casualties reported
The Wailukus and 'Makawaos play
ball at Wells Park tomorrow after
noon, and as the corn eaters have
greatly strengthened their team, the
' Wailukus will not have a walkover,
even if they win, which is even money
An ex pert canner arrived from San
Francisco last week for the Haiku
Fruit & Packing Co., and the canning
of pineapples will begiu the last of
next week. There is still some of the
stock of this company unsubscribed,
which offers quick and good dividends
to those who hsve a little spare cash
on hand. The Treasurer or D. U. Mur-
dock of Paia will gladly furnish any
Closing exercises will be held at the
boys' school at the Catholic Mission
next Tuesday morning, beginning at.
1 o'clock,- and at the girls' school at
the same hour on Wednesday morn
ing. Special examination in short
hand, bookkeeping and other ad
vanced studies at the boys' school ou
Monday morning. Parents of the
" children -and friends of the school-
'fordially invited to be preseut.
THE KAIIULII RACES.
Julv4, 13U4, I ids fair to be a notable
dav in the racing uuiihIs of Maui.
Maui horsi a at Honolulu won fifty
per cent of their purses, and as big
bags of gold are hung up for the fly
er at. iiahuiui tnts year, tne oest
horses in Honolulu will be here.
Cvclone und D'iiny Hr-alv are about
the fastest in their class, and the
truck recortl will undoubtedly be low
ereii. A refon-uce to the race pro-
;ram published iu this week's lsue
hows not only that a large aggregate
of purses ure offered, but also thut
the individual purses are fat ones.
The reproach of having no horses
is now removed from Maui, and every
3 ear will see increased numbers and
greater speed. Under new manage
ment, the Maui Racing Association
has regain' d the confidence of the
puiiUc, and a a result its membership
is increasing rapidly. Every one who
is interested in legitimate racing
Snould seek mi inbership in the As
fcneiation, not only for the purpose of
si reitgtlienint.' Uh- Association finan
cially, but aim) of adding their up-
port and influence to the movement.
' Twelve races are offered thiyeai,
all of Ihcin f.ir blood, and I he -piil
offered is or a quality which should in
bure u large at tendance. It. is hoped
that no outside events will If nr.
ranged for ih; JToui th this year, so
that there wiil be no counter attrac
tions to keep pi (iple away. two
purges, uuti of $100 and one for $350
are anions tti heavy events oi mr
dav,' aud the polo pony raoe, thco.
boy relay race auu the donkey race
will furnish a dnlinbtful variety of
The track is in perfect condition,
and everything possible is being done
to put. the build'ng and ground in
like condition. A number of horses
are expected over here next Wednes
day, acd things will be lively at the
track for some time. A steamer has
been chartered, and a large con tin
gnt of Houolulans will be here.
Arrangements have been completed
:o havn the Punahou baseball team
here, and a game will be played be
tween them and an all-Maui team at
Wells Park on the afternoon of July
4, at the close of the races. This
should prove a most attractive feat
ure of the day's sport, and no one
should miss seeing it. '
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
For the past forty years, the Ulu
palakua district has been noted for
the production of the finest pine
apples grown on Maui. The bettor
portions of these lands however have
been held m largo bodies, and as the
day of small things had not ai rived
the pineapple industry was neg'ectcd.
Dr. J. H. Raymond, who has become
interested in the ownership of these
lands, was quick to see the possibil
Hies awaiting' development and ns a
result, 500 acres of the best pine
apple land n the Ulupalakua Ranche
will be segregated and sold to a com
pany which is to be incorporated with
a capital stock of $50,000. The pre
sent owners will place the land at $10
per acre, and take paid up stock for
the entire amount, which is $20,000
The reraalriug $30,000 will clean
plant and equip the plantation with
There is no more promising or per
mancnt industry on Maui than that
of the successful cultivation of pi e
apples for canning purposes. Already
two companies have been started
at Haiku, one of which has a com
plete canning plant iii running order
and a crop already nearly ripe for
canning. At the Haiku plantations
10,000 pines are grown to the acre
being planted close in order to serve
as windbreaks There is no wiud at
Ulupalekua and- (rom 5000 to 6000
pines will be planted to the acre, thus
giving a better quality of yield. It is
claimed that good pines net tea cents
apiece when canned, which means
$600 per acre. One eighth of this
yield or $73 ret per acre per crop
will make investments la the new
company one of the best to be had,
and as Maui people are to be given
the first chance at the stock, there is
do doubt but that it will be eagerly
snapped up on Maui.
The lands to bo selected for the new
plantation aie warm audsunuy, with
but little wind or rain, and the soil is
especially adapted to the growth of
of pines. But little lantaca or other
growth is found, so that the expense
of clearing the land and of cultivating
the crops will be nominal, which gives
the new plantation a distinct advantage-over
the Haiku plantation where
rain and Hilo grass are encountered.
A prospectus is to be issued ut
onec,and subscription taken for stock
Articles of incorporation are to te
prepared as soon as possible, and the
prospects are that within the next
three months the company will be
fully organized and have at least 20
acres out to pines. These should
mature in 18 months, by which time
a complete canning plant will be on
the ground ready to convert the fruit
into money. Planting will proceed
slowly at first, owing to the difficulty
in procuring seeo. but within the next
three years seed will be available lor
the entire 500 acres, all of which will
planted by that date. Mr.U.D. Bald
win, the veteran pineapple grower
of Maui is authority for the statement
that Uluualukua is the most favorable
place ou Maul for a pine apple plan
tation,' and it is sure to a demonstra
tion that those who take stock in the
new company will secure large and
permanent dividends on their invest
7 to 6.
The above figures indicate that tin-
four teams in the Maui league are
getting to be neck and neck, so far
ns playing qualities are concerned,
and the Koore given below show that
the Stars and Kahuluis played ball
in the true, sense of the term, from
start to finish.
The Stars were materially weaken
ed by the absence of catcher Krueyrr
and first baseman Smith, but J. Gar
cia behind the bat. H. Meyer on !irt
und E. Meyer on . second did good
Up to the end of the fourth inning
neither team had scored, the! result
of which was equally due to correct
pitching and fine fielding. In the fifth
inning Morris of the Kahuluis rapoed
a one Dagger ana readied nome on a
wild throw. In the same inning Kua of
the Stars reached the home plate on
errors, making a tie of 1 to 1. In the
sixth inning the Stars exhibited
little of their old time "shine," piling
up four runs, but the Kahuluis came
back at them in the seventh inning
with five runs to two runs for the
Stars who were then one run ahead
Both teams took goose eggs in the
eighth. In the ninth innniug the
Kahuluis, who were first at bat lost
their first two men. Then luck turn-.
eJ and they placed men on all the
bases with Lloyd at the bat. Two
strikes were counted against him, and
the third bal't which it is claimed was
too low, was counted a strike and he
went out, ending the game with one
to the good for the Stars, It is also
claimed that there were other errors
in the rulings of the umpires which
militated against the Kahuluis. If so,
protests should duly be entered and
the natter investigated fairly and
impartially, because while it is not at
all probably that such errors, If any
were made, were intentional, still a
fair investigation should cure all sore
In this connection, the News desires
to caution all the the players against
making wild throws, which are al
ways expensive.nnd which often spoil
what whould otherwise be a gilt
edged gamp. Of course, in the ex
citement of a hotly contested game,
where much is at stake on the result
of a single throw, especially where
quick throw is needed, one don't have
long to think, but the thought should
ever be uppermost that a gained base
is less loss than the catastrophe
wnicn otten follows a wild throw
lake enough time to throw true.
even if a moment be lost In taking
The following is the score by in
12 3 4 5 6 7
Kahuluis.. ....0 0 0 0 1 0 5
M. Stars. 0 000142
Oup Returning Braves.
The roll of the drum on Main street
last Wednesday morning announced
the return ot Company I. from en
campment in Honolulu. -
As the boys marched up Main
street, the precision of their move
met-ts and their manly and soldierly
bearing attracted general attention
and elicited - flattering criticism.
Their campaign has .borne good fruit,
and Captain Dal and Lieutenant Ke
liinoi speak In the highest praise of
their men, who won compliments from
their commanding officers on the
tented field, and according to there
ports of outsiders, were one of the
best drilled companies in the encamp.
This is a keen source of gratification
to the people of Maul, and it is hoped
that more youug men may join the
company which will serve as the best
possible training school to develop the
manhood of our young men. Pall in,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In the
Matter of the Estate of Charlc I). Loreland,
Notici to Creditors.
Notice la hereby (riven to all persona having
claims against the Estate of Charles 1. Love
land, lato of Paia, Island of Maul, Territory of
Hawaii, to present the same to the undersign
e.l, C. D. Lufklu, administrator of said Estate,
at blsoftlce In the First National Hank of Wai
luku, Maul, within six months from dale of
ruolication of this notico, or they will be fir
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, May 27th, ISM.
C. D. LLt'KlN,
Admiulnltitrator Estate ol C. II. L,oveiand.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THESECOND
Circuit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Cbumbitrs; In
Prooate. la tue Matter of tne Estate of N
On Keaulng aud Flllug the Petition nf the
First National bank of Wailuku, of WMluku,
Maui, allcyluH that is. Suklniolo of Pulu,
Island of maul mou lutestate at und on the
Island ol uiaut, on or aouui the Hist nay of May,
A. D. isut. leaving iru,triy lu the Hawaiian
Islands necessary to ue auuiiniatureu upon, aud
frayiUK lual itniora 01 AumluUitiuliuu Issue
to Tuouias .. Uuurcu ol t-aia, saiu Island ol
it is Oruerud tnat kVuunusuaj, tue i&itli day of
Jane, A.i). ivih, i m o clue it a. M., ira aud
hureu,, is upiJUluLua for ueariutf aatu Petition, lu
tue (Juui-h ttouiu of tuis court at t aliuuu, at
wuit:u time aua uiucu u yersuus couuurueu may
acar auj suow cause, u auy tuuy nave, wuy
saiu PetittuJ suoum not ue graatuu,
Uatlu at i aimau, .uy Hutu, tM.
xiy Onlur of tue Court.
Clerx of tue wi.-dutt Ooui-t of tuu iua Circuit.
Li TiiiatiitCuiriAJutti'Ot' i'llli SKCO.'D
Clruult, Territory of dUwalt. At Cuamuer.; lu
i'rouutu. lu tue Jdatterot tue Estate of AUtouu
Joautu ttoarig-uus, deceaseu.
A Uucumeut pjr,iortiag to oe luo Last VV lit
aua Testauitiut of Autoue Joaquin itouriuus
ueoeAs.su, uviuou tuodj;uda,, ot .day, A. i.
oeeu iiresuuled to suld Prouute Court, and
a I'ciiuoutor Prouate lUeruof, and for tue Liau
auou of Lettera i'estamuutury to Maria Gloria
itourigues naving been tiled by said Murlii
Ills nureuy Oruered, tuat Wodneaduy, the
ftitu uay of Juuo, A. U 1WM, at lUo'eloctt A. W.
of saiu uay, at tue Court Koom of said Court, at
Walluxu, Maui, Territory of Hawaii, be and the
sjUio uereoy is appointed the tluiu and place
for proving said will and hearint; suld applica
tion. Duted at WalluKu, Maul, tbisJMlb.day of Muy
by the Court.
W. J. COELHO, (L. S.)
; NOTICE OF: ASSESSMENT.
TJANA PLANTATION COMPANY. LOCA
XI tion of principal place of business, San
Fraucisco, California. Location of norUs.Haoa,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the board of Directors, held on the Uth day of
January, 1901, an assessment, No. 4, of ten (ID)
cents per share, was levied upon the capital
Stock of the Corporation, payable Immediately
in United States gold coin to the Treasurer of
the Compuisjr, Louis Saronl, ut his oftlcc, No
001 Folsom Street, San Francisco, California.
. Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the Urat day of March, 1UM,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
publio auction; and unless payment Is mode be
fore, will be sold on FRIDAY, the S5th day of
Murch. 1001, to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with costs of advertising aud expenses
liy order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary,
Office No. 215 Front Srruut, San Fraucisco,
Cull for ulu.
The date of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was this day postponed until thu SMa
day of March, 1001, and thu duyof saiu was
postponed until SATURDAY, the 23rd day of
Uy order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Frunclsco, March ft, IIXH.
The date of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was this day postponed until thu HS'i
day of April, llkM, and the day of sain was post
poneduu'il SATURDAY, Iho Slat day oi May,
By order of the Board ot Directors,
D. C. DATES, Secretary ,
San Francisco, March ill, 11MJI.
The data of the delinquency of the above Ae
esEment was this day postponed until thu tut
day of Mayr 1901, and the day of sale was post
poned until SATURDAY,, the IHth day of June
Dy order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, April 46, 1IXM,
DELINQUENT 8ALB NOTICE.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LO
catioa nf principal pluce of business,
Saa Francisco, California. Location of works,
Haua, Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Noiice.-There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described Stock, on account of Assess
ment (No. i) levied on tho 0th day of January,
UUI, (heseverul amounts set opposite the uanit-s
of the respective Shareholders, as follows:
Name. Cert. Shares. . Amount.
Ames, Vorthlut'ton..l?(ij 5 I .50
Bates, U. C, Tr 450 50 i.uo
Bates, D. C, Tr laB mi uj UJ
Uatus, D. a, Tr 1I7S IS . i.so
Bates, D. C, Tr.. 1WU 15 .jo
Bates, D. C, Tr. , IS) SO tin
Bates, D. C, Tr IKJ7 IS j 50
Bktes,D.C.,Tr.......lS0 S ,50
Bates, D. C. Tr IWJ 250 a.cu
Benjamla, E. I., Tr.. .8084 luo yjjj
Bremer, W. H., Tr.,.. 1331 U l.jo
plow, A. W. ft Co ia ftu 6.1X1
BX, A. W. ft Co SIS fuj 5.(11
Blow, A. W. ft Co.,Tr.lV73 1UU lli.uu
Botiun, OlgaC KU Ulu)
Hellm;m. A. c.,Tr,.,.w W 6.U0
And Id acuardanoa with law, and an order
f rom the Bi'ard of Directors, made on the Mth
day of April) "o. many shares of each parcel
of such stock its may be necessary, will be sold
wl Publle Auf tion at the onico of the Company,
No. 6UI FolsoP Street, SaD FraucIsco,Califoruia,
on SATURDAY, the IHth day of June, 1KM. at
(he hour of ou o'clock P. M. of suid day, to pay
sahl Delinquent AssesKment thureou, toitethur
with costs of aVtvertlsiuK aud expenses of sale.
D.C. BATEP, fsoretary.
Oftlce No. fl Folsum Street, San Franeisc i,
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