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'See' the new ad. of Kodriguee Store
En this Issue.
The best grade of cigars in town
are carried ut the office of the Muui
'The weather has been quite wurm
Ithroughout Muui for the past two
Tlx Morning-Stars and Makawaos
play ball at Wells Park tomorrow
A grand bail is t be given at K. of
P. Hall, Wailuku, on Saturday eveu-
iDg, July 2.
A new lish aud vegetable market
tin Wailuku would be a most desirable
Write to Mclnorny,- by today's mull
ffot- a smart suit of Stein-Bldchs to
rwear to tbe races. !
No ve.vst'ls at Kuhului this werk
bavjjhe CUudine, which came and
went cm schedule time.
Perforated Standard Bond UL
heads for duplicate entries on carUm
'carried at, t he Nt-ws Job Office.
Wni.'.uku's 1st elm Barber Ship
i U. Sea.
inhere will be an election for of-
fi.cers of the Wailuku Republican Pre-
tinct Club this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
at tho Courthouse.
The Makawao LiterayClub hell us
entertainment last night at the re
sidence of flon. and Mrs. H. P. Bivld
win, Can pi, Puunene.
Tin t.rill l.o o montiiwT nf Ilia I .nlina'
m x lie: : t u I a till, v nug ui vijv? a-j u uvu
L 'Guild of Wailuku at the residence of
I Mrs G. B. Uobertsou at 2.30 o'clock,
('next Tuesday afternoon.
Puunene Mill will not finish grind
iing the season's crop before the mid
dle of July, at which time a harvest
.home ftnnco will be given.
An athletic club of 45 'members has
ibeen organized at Puunene, includ
ing the baseball, tennis, cricket and
polo players. Good thing.
With Berber's Band, the p'unahou
xiaseball team and a long string of
fast horses, the Fourth of July will
b&a great day ou central Maui.
The Puunene Athletic Association
consists of forty five members, and
will be ready to furnish a high grade
b.isebail team for the 1905 league.
Given A way for the Askiug.-Choice
geranium and chrysanthemum slips.
PERNS FOR SALK.
W. G. SCOTT.
Tho race track and grounds alKa
tiului are in good condition for the
Fourth, and quite a number of horses
are in training. A big race day is
Owing to the difficulty in securing
stone masons, it is beginning to be
doubtful if the new school building in
Waih ku will bo completed by the be
ginning of next term.
The Bismark Stables desire to an
nounce that on and after next Satur
day, all orders, for hacks should be
Sent iu forty, eight hours in advance,
until the races are over.
Tho mango trees of Wailuku, which
failed to blossom an the usual time
tins year, are just" now beginning to
be loaded with blossoms, promisiug a
4ig crop during the fall months.
fOR' SALE -One Brunswick and
Balke' Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new; Apply to
The new bank building of the First
National Bank ot Wailuku is practi
cally completed save that some delay
is being caused by the non-arrival of
the doors, windows and plate glass
Fob 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.
Delicious ripe peaches and grapes
have appeared in the Wailuku mar
Wet, in limited quantities however,
owing to tho fact that those who have
available land are either too busy or
too lazj to plant peach trees and
I The republican campaign committle
n Mailt ttlA norfnnf inrv vilano tr Ico.ia
a free campaign sheet of 1500 comes
per week, during the coming cam
paign, edited by Hon. S. Keliinoi and
others, and published in Honolulu.
An excellent idea, if proper) v carried
Races, Baseball and Bergen's
Band on Maui.
For several months p. list the Maul
Racing Association has been per
fecting plans for a f rund racing event
at Spreckfls' Phrk, Kahuiui, and
these plans nave all ripened success
For several years past attempts
have been made to (five races on Au
gust 12, but finally the attempt has
been uuancioue and the Fourth uf
July has bt-en selected for our anuuul
race day. No other race days will be
given or even encouraged on Maui by
the Racing Association save on the
Fourth but such races will be given
annually on that day as will be pat
rouized by visitors not only' from all
parts of Muui, but also f rum the other
The program of races for the com-
mt! Fourth is un inviting one, and the
eveu'tM will all till beyond d 'UOt, Cy
c'ui'e, Benny Heuly and Sambo came
over lust, Wednesday, and Rouuoke,
tiilly Letups Raciue Murphy, Hruner
and nibt-rs will urrive next Wednes
day. Several fast Maui horses, in
cluding Yokohama, Jennie E. Geral
dine and Puailima are u, me track,
a n J iu good trim.
The cowboy relay race and the polo
pony race are attractive cards, aud
entries enough are already promised
to till tnein.
All except post entries must be
raaiie with trie secretary before 12
o'clock noon on Thursday, June 30,
and the eulries will be opened at the
billiard parlor of the Maui Hotel ut
six o'clock on tbe evening of the same
The Maui Athletic Association has
guaranteed the expeuses of the Puna
hou Baseoail Team, and after the
races, a game will be played at Wells
Park, Wailuku between the Puua
bous ana a picked Maui team. Trains
win be run from tbe race track to
Wailuku depot immediately after the
close of the races, from which it is a
short walk to tbe grounds. y
Governor Atkiuson promised to al
low tbe government baud to visit Maui
on the Fourth, if their expenses are
paid, and as soon us it was known, the
money for this purpose was subscrib
ed, and on Thursday, a wireless was
sent to Honolulu, announcing that
fact. The baud will attend the races
and also the baseball gime at Wells
Park. After the ball game, thty will
be taken by train to Puunene, where
hey will give a concert from 7 to 9
o'clock P. M., thence leaving for the
Likelike awaiting them at Kahuiui.
Arrangements are being made to
give a grand ball at Aloha Lodge, K.
of P. Hall, on Saturday evening, July
'1, for the purpose of honoring a num
ber of Lahaiua people who are plan
mug to bo present.
The Likelike has been chartered to
bring Honolulu visitors to the races,
and will arrive at Kabului early on
Mouday morning, July 4, and will
leave Kahuiui at ten o'clock sharp on
Monday evening for Honolulu.
Ample preparations are being
made to receive and entertain all
visitiug guests and nothing should be
left undone by the people of Wailuku
to maiutain tbe reputation for open
hearted hospitality which is their fair
)y earned characteristic.
Last Saturday afternoon the sea
son's run was finished at the Pioneer
Mill. The output was about 17,000
tons, which is 400 tons more than last
Father Julian was present by
special invitation, at the exhibition of
tbe sacred Heart School on Saturday
evening. At the close of the exercises
appropriate remarks were made by
Father Wendelin. The program which
consisted of 21 numbers, including
songs, recitations, dialogues and
dramatic skits, was pleasingly rend'
ereJ, and reflected credit alike on
teachers and pupils.
Mr. C. A. McDonald went to Hono
lulu on Saturday evening's Claudine,
and expects to return oa Thursday of
Miss Thomas, Miss Reade, Miss
Fogg and Miss Waddington ot Bono
lulu drove over from Wailuku Tues-
day morning, and were the guests ot
Mrs. McDonald, taking the Kinaufor
Mrs. Edgar Wood came Tuesday
evening to spend a' few weeks. Mr
Wood expects to come on Thursday.
Miss MaPonald ot Kohala came on
Saturday, t spend her vacation at
Clotting Day at St. Anthony's,
On, last Monday morning, the ad
vance puplis of St. Anthony v ere i t
amined as their proficiency In nhort
hand, ttookkeepiiir, etc., and mi
Tuesday nioi iiiny from 9 to 11, ihe
eutiie Hchool tiave an entertaii'ini'iit
consisting of recitations, sonus, and
school dramas livlore a lai'irS and de
lighted uudience ol parents aud
friends. Tne manly deoortmeui and
clear, distinct utterance of Hip young
ster-) wae id evidence to the fact that
there is a man behind ihem, who is
making little men ol them.
61. Anlhuuv's has fcuiued nn fu vi
able repula ion lor the good work it
does( aud tne p in ni.suf Wailuuu may
Well feel pleased lo be utile In aVull
themselves of so good a school for their
Al the close of tne rtgul ir pror.... ,
Fatbui Julleu delivered a short ad
dress, aud Brother Frank, the pun
cipal of Si. Anthony, alter coin-
pluneti ting bis boys for the good and
faithful work which the.) had done an
nounced that lour pupils bad grad
uated with nonor fruta St Anthony,
and were candidates for St. Loiis
i'tie graduates were Daniel Weight,
Jos. Cocke tt, E. Meyer nd Keanu,
to each of whom was awarded a hand
somely engraved certificate uf excel
lence in school work.
Th following is the program of ex
Welcome School Choir, A Small
Bo.v, Trying Hard, This is East,
Never Told a Lie, Music Everywhere,
Disaster, Careless Harry. Tbe Merry
Mice, fr'tre Crackers, Fair as tbe
M irniuK, A smart Boy, The Boy and
the Owl, A Boy's Troubles, Military
Discipline, Counting Chickens Before
Hatched, Topsy lurvy, This Letter
is to My Pjpa, Afraid of the Dark,
Write Me a Letter, Murmuriog Sea,
They Couldn't Do It, Hunter's Call,
Those Two Pesky Boys, Rustic Fes
tival and Star Spangled Banner.
29 to 13.
If things dont mend, the News will
lose its reputation as a forecaster t f
base ball games. A good game was
promised for last Sunday, and events
did seem to point that way, but the
above score knocks down the card
When the game was called betwern
the Makawaos and Wailukus last
Sunday, the Makawaos went to bat
and knocked pitcher Espinda's ball
nor' by nor' east to the-tune of eight
runs, while ''Brownie" Gomes stood
by chestilv, yelling advice to the Wai
lukus to eat green corn. Then tie
Wailukus went to bat, and judging by.
what happened, they must have in
dulged in a couple more nubbins of
green corn than the Macks, for tin y
scored teo runs in tho first inning.
This score of eight to ten in the first
inning was soul satisfying to the Nrws
reporter who had business up town
about that time. Better ball was rt
ported during the remaining eight in
nings, but the score board was bur
dened with figures nevertheless, the
game being won by the Wailukus.
It is only fair to state however that
both teams came to bat heavily hand
icapped by loss of men. Kauka,
Cooper and Crook of tho Makawais
were away, and ne'iv' pl&yers, unac
customed to' the ground and team
were substituted. Kekuewa, Huaki
nl, Palapala and Ross, four of the best
players of the Wailukus failed to show
up, and their places were taken by
subs., -so that it was the misfortune
rather than the fault of the teams
that they made so poor at showing.
Punahbus' vs. All-Mauls.
W. H. Cornwell when In Honolulu
recently, arranged for a match game
of baseball between the Punahous
and an all-Maul team, to be played at
Wells Park on the afternooii of the
On Thursday evening, the Maui
Atbletio Association met and settled
the details. . The Punahous will come
on the Likelike, their expeusei hav
ing been guaranteed by the- M.JA. A.
Mr. George H. Cummiug was elected
captain of the Maul team, and Mr.
W. H. Cornwell was chosen as man
ager. Although Mr. Cu.nmings was
given absolute authority as to, the
selection of the players, yet he pre
pared a list of proposed players and
submitted it to the meeting.
Tbe following is the list submitted
by Mr. Cummings, although it is sub
ject to change at his discretion.
T. Krueger, c; Nl Krueger, p.,K.
Smith, lb. ; J. Garcia, 2b. ; G. II. Cum
mings,3b.;T. A. Lloyd, ss.j J. Kaaiai,
M.W4; -rtt, cf.i .W. Crwlii th
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Matiurot tliu Uxluttj of Churli .s L. Luvt luoil,
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Notice Is liorob) niuu to till jht-dti!! l aving
clitinis ugaln8i the Ij.i'uH! i f Cntti:- J. irive-
Uu.i, liuuof 1'ulu, lsluuU uf Muui, Ti rri lorv of
Hawaii, to prostjul tuu Hiiuin tn tint tiinlcr lu-
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at Ills olllcu in tbu k'um Nitiixinil ii:rikr Wui
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iluvoa at Wuilulm, Au.ui, ;.i:i;, -Tta, !::.
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4aiDC uerooy la appuiutua tuo liuio uud ptucu
iur proviutf uaid tv 111 aud uuariog suiaaiilica
uutcd at Wailutiu, nlaUl, tuUK-jtu Uuy of Muj;
.uy ttio Court..
,;'', W. J. CC-KLUO, (L. 8.).,
.'.-( I Clura.
NOTICE, OP: ASSESSMENT.
HAN A PLANTATION COMPANY, LOCA
tiou ol yrluuiiiul place of lusIuuhh, bun
k'rauclsco, California. Locution ol workti.Hubii,
Muui, 'i'umlury bl Hawaii.
Notice la liereu; givcti, tuut at a mvctiug ol
tne Bouru ol Uirtctors, Held on the Ulh Uuy ol
January, IWH, ait naHOwmunt, No. 4, of luu (ID)
uuntH per anare, was luviud upou luu cuplial
BtoeK of lao Corporation, puyuolo imuiualutuly
iu Onliudbiuteitguld coin to tne Treusurur of
tne oompauy, Louii Sroui, ul ttli oiltce, Ivo
wll Fulsoui eitruet, 6au FruuuUco, Culilorulu.
Auy BtouK upon wulcn tula a-uuiJiiiuuut .sliull
remain unpuid ou tne Urst uuy of MurcU, hut,
will oe deliuqueut, aud advertised (or cule ut
puolic auction; and uuluua puyniuut la made Ih
fore, will be sold ou FKIDAY, tue titu Uuy ol
jilarcn. 1U01, to pay tue delinquent u.ssoibuiout,
lottetuor wlita cos'.sof aUvurtt.-.iug uud expeuaea
uy order of tbo IJourd of Director;',
,tJ.H 1). U. 11ATK3, Secretary,
Office No, 215 Front Srroot, San Fruncisco,
Tbe dale of the delinquency ot tUe above Ah
aesament was tblsduy postiwned unfit the xtitli
day of MurcU, ltKII, uud tlie duy of sale was
pjatponod until SATCKUAY, the 23rd day of
Uy order of tbe Hoard of Diroetor ,
D. (J. 11ATK3, Seei-ctury.
San FranelHCO, Marcli 5, iuu4.
Tbe date of tbe delinquency of the auuvo As
sessment was Ibis day couponed until tbe 23rd
day ot April, 1UW, and tbe day of sale was post
poned until SATURDAY, the lst day ot May,
By order of the Doard of Directors,
, D. C. llATliS, Sjcretnry:
San Francisco, March SO, IWH.
T.io date of the delinquency of tbe above Al
jsswent was IbU day pOKtpoufed until tUu iu t
day of May, IU04. aud the duy of sale was post
poned until 8 I'UHOA Y, tjj ihu duy of June
By order of tho Board of Director.!,
D. C. BATES. Secretary.
San Francisco, April 23, VXH,
DELINQUENT 8ALB NOTICE.
ANA PLANTATION COMPANY, Lo
cution of priuulpul pluue of busiuess,
San Francisco, California, location of worlb'
Hana, Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Nottoe. There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described Stock, on account of As.): s
ment (No. i) leviedon the 8th day of January,
luut, theseveral amounti set opposite thennuius
of tnerespi-ctue Sbareholdurs, as follows:
Name. Curt. Shares. Amount.
Ames, Wortlilui;toD..lTuu 5 I .SO
Bates, D. C., '
Bates, UTC.,Tr lift
Bates, D. C, Tr H7t
Bates, D. C, Tr WHO
Bates, D. C, Tr 1S4U
Bates, D. C, Tr IHJ7
Bates, D. C Tr 18KI
Bates, D. C. Tr ltmu
Benjamin, K. J., Tr.. duKS
Bremer, W. H., Tr....Wtl
Blow, A. W. & Co 4
Blow, A. W. & Co 5ir,
Blow, A. W. Co.,Tr.lll?3
Bornun, Olga C Wit
Helhuttn, A. C, Tr.. ..2t)l()
And iu aceordauco with law, aud au order
from the Board of Directors, made ou tUu 2tlth
day of April, IWH, so many shares of each parcel
of such stock asmay be necessary, will be sold
at Public Auction at the ottlce of the Company,
No. GUI Folnom Street, San FranclHco.California,
ou SATURDAY, the lsth day of June, 1H. at
the hour of one o'uliVk P. M.of said day, to pay
said Delinquent Assessment thereon, loquitur
with costs of adverilHtti and in m uses uf salv.
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