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See tho two "By Authorities" pub
lished in this issue.
Patiently planting pepper promis
cuously portend pecuniary profit.
The National Democratic Conven
tion meets in St. Louis next Wednes
day. The Kuhuluis und Wailukus pluy
ball tomorrow afternoon at Wells
A limited number of white leghorn
eggs from choice (owls. Sen the
Advertise your business iu the
News if you want to keep up with the
The Kinuu came over last Sunday
morning with 114 Japunese labours
for Maui pluutations
Wailuku is swarming with visitors
today who have come over to take in
the races und bull yames.
Step down toRodrigues store and
get some freah canned fruit and meats
for your lunch at the races.
lThe dance which was planned to
be given ul ttie K. of P. Hall this
evening has been declared off.
Honolulaus who desire an outing
should come to Maui and take a trip
out to the b ditch at Kailua.
There is un abundan'. crop of avo
cado peurs in Wuiluuu, with ripe
fruit in ubundauce at. present.
The utteution of visitors is respect
fully invited to the high Class ol cigars
carried ut the Maui Hotel office.
"NYuiluku's 1st class 13 arbor Shod
v , U. Sea.
Dont miss the ball game at Wells
Park next Mouday afternoon, be
tween the Puuahous and the all
Every citizen of Wailuku should con
stitute himself a committee of one to
make it pleasant for our visitors on
The warm wuve which prevailed at
'Wailuku for the past few weeks has
moderated and the days and nights
Ate simply delicious.
Tenders for bids for the jail and
lire department in Wailuku, and also
for the Kulu and Keuoae roads are to
be adveri Isetl for at once.
f'T 128 years ago, next Mouday, the
United States of America became a
f'.-oe and independent country
Hurrah for the Fourth of July.
Given Away for the Asking.-Choice
geranium und chrysanthemum slips.
FJfiUNS FOR SALIC.
" ' . W. G. SCOTT.
Word has just been received of the
flection of J. S. Cuke of Oregon as
state senator. He is a brother of
IT. M. Coke and J. L. Coke of Wai
Rubber, pineapples and pepper are
tlislined to prove ''leaders" in Maui's
minor industries, with oranges, sisal;
bananas, and vauila beans as good
You need not hide your money un
der your bed tick after the middle of
this month, as the safe deposit
vaults of the new bank will probably
be ready by lhat time.
The sub committee appointed by the
Improvement Association to look
after the Wailuku cemetary are mak
iiT a move in a matter. Judge McKay
ii chairman or tne sub committee.
FOR SALE One Brunswick and
Dalke Standard Billiard Table and
outfit. Almost new.r .Apply to
j M. McCANN,
V " f I Lahaina.
Subscriptions far shareiin the pro
posed pineapple plantation at Ulu
palakua can be made with Chas. D.
Lufkin at ihe First National Bank ot
Wailiku. Properly taged, this
should prove a gilt edyed investment.
The doors and windows for the new
bank building arrived' by. Wednes
day's Cluudine, and the iron door for
the vault Is expected bv the next
Nevadan. The building will probab
ly be ready for occupancy by the
middle of the month. r.
There was a home rule meeting in
Wailuku last Wednesday night to
elect delegates to the Honolulu home
rule convention. Senator S.E. value,
aud Messrs. C. L. Kookoo, CfcUs. A.
Kanaehojo nud George Maxwell were
elected. . .
Four years ugJ, Minauiloa JJrowf
of Waikapu set out three icle tree
slips, obtained foora Ulupalakuu, ud
hey have grown thriftily, one of th'
trees this year bearing its first cr
of apples, .which seem of very
Tho executive committee report
i.hut the truck at Spn-ckels Park is
in tine shapt and that everything is in
first class or.Je.r
On Thursday evening the entile
were opened, and every race except
the polo pony race filled. As post
entries will be allowed it is possible
this race will also fill. All the other
rnres filled with more than the re
quired number of entries. In the two
tilir trotting races, Cycbne, Denny
He-dy, Billy Letups und Smnbo will
stin t, and good time will be made.
Several of the running events contain
some of the fastest horses on the Is
lands, and particular interest at
taches to the issue: of the races be
tween Bruner and Racine Murphy hs
these two flyers will for the first time
meet in short dashes. GeraldineS.,
Jennie E. and Yokohama for the Mum
race will make a hot combination.
The Japanese races both filled, and
should afford rare sport. 'J he cow
boy relay race will be a dandy. Sev
en teams have already entered, nud
one more ut least will enter, so that
the dust will fly when the cowboys
Ample nrraugemenls have been
made lor refreshments, and the food
supply will be in the hands of a skill
ed caterer, so that no oik need trou
ble to take their lunch baskets with
Burger's band will come over on
the Likelike on Monday and beat the
races. Afterwards they will attend
the bill game, trri after dinner will
take the triin for Puunene where
they will give a short concert before
taklntr the steamer for home.
The Punahous will also be over on
the Likelike, and n hot game of ball
will be played ut Wells Park after the
Altogether it will be a Kreat day
and no one on Maui who cun attend
should miss being present.
Precinct Club Elections.
Elections were held throughout
Maui last Saturday evening for re
publican precinct officers. The fol
lowing are tome of the results. Wai
luku PrecinOt: A. N. Kepqiki,
Pres't; George Weight, 1st Vice
Pres't; W. F. Crockett 2nd Vice
Pres't; J. N. K. Keola, Secretary,
W. J. Coelbo, Ass't. Secretary; C. B.
Wells, S. Keliinoi, R. A. Wadsvvorth,
John Kealohu, W. E. Bal, Executive
Committee; W. A. . McKay, M. P.
Waiwaiole, M. Kuuhimabu, Judges of
Lahaina Precin;:t: S Kapu, Pres't,
11. B. Wilkins, 1st Vice Pres't; W.
Henning, 2nd Vice Pres't; G. K. Ke
awebaku, Secretary; Win. Kaiua
kini, Ass't Secretary; C. L. Scrimger,
Treasurer; Henry Dickenson, E. tVai
aholo, A. Bluke, Judges of Election;
A. N. Hayseldcn, P. Pali, J. M. Ihi
hi, Geo. H. jOunn, C. R. Lindsey, Ex
Mukuwao Precinct: H. A. Bald
win, Pres't; M. S. Deponte, 1st Vice
Pres't; John Kulunu, 2nd Vice Pres't
T. M. Church, Secretary and Trea
surer; Jan. Kilihi, Ass't Sec. and
Treasuror; A. M. Feiteira, J. J.
Gunn, R. F. Engle, fudges of Elec
tion; John Kalino, S. Kalaraa, Dr. W.
F. McConksey, Hapai Nul, D. C.
Lindsay, Executive Committee.
On Monday Evening a Portuguese
Young Men's Republican Club was
formed at Pais with A. J. Gomes as
President and M. Anjn as Secretary.
There was a large attendance, and
twenty five members signed the roll.
Many other Pala Portuguese are
taking out naturalization pupers, and
will add their names to the roll as
soon as they become citizens.
Minor Industries on Maul.
Mr. W. G. Scott of the Maui Wine
fc Liquor Co., who returned on Mon
day from a very successful business
trip around the east end of the island,
"rubbered" for tne News while on
In the yard of the plantation man
ager at Hana is a rubber tree said to
be of the para variety which is known
to be about eight or nine j ears old.
This tree is now about 13 inches in
diameter and very much resembles in
growth and foliage the umbrella tree,
having a wid spread of long, lateral
ranches commencing about six feet
fron the ground. Some of the lower
breaches of this tree are nearly 40
fat long. Samples of the crude rub
' 4 r brought home by Mr. Scott are
and possess marked flexible and
" 'Hies. .This variety of rub-
btr is propagated from li.s.
It the door yard of the flann Club
are two rubber trees three or four
years o'd. which were set nut by Mr.
Hugh Howell These trees are tall
and slender, uith few branches. Vhcy
are now from ix toek'ht inche in diu
meter, and are making rapid growth.
Mr. Scott ii !so brought specimers of
crude rubber from these trees which
seems to bo of hitfh quality. There
also three trees of the sumo variety
set out ut Nahiku by Mr. llofvcll, ami
the Nahiku' trees seem to flourish
more luxuriantly even than those ut
Mr. W. T,. Hardy of Hana will at
once secure one. or two pounds of rnli.
Oer from each of theso varieties, and
the specimens will be sent
to experts to have their qualities
In uddition to rubber, Mr. '.Scott, is
enthusiattc as to the future of the
cultivation of pepper on Maui. There
ore three varieties, the native Hawa
iian, tho Japanese, .and a. dwurl
variety, all of whic.i bear prolHieully.
The Han-aiiau makes a large bush,
but docs not produce us high i grade
of pepprr as the smaller varieties.
The dwarf is a fine, pepper, but of
course would be harder picking. As
pepper can bo picked every two or
three mouths throughout the year
the yield per acre slioulij be ver l
tons, which range from ten to eight
een cents u pound according to qual
ity, Tlds is a new .industry which
should be Investigated.
9 to 5.
The above score in favor of the
Stars in their lust Sunday's game wit u
the Mukawaos indicates that, some
ball wus played, the batting und field
ing being high class save for a few un
purdonably wild throws. The new
men of the Mukuwun team have
"caught on," and with Pa in the
pitchei 's box, they played a steady
and still game throughout.
Their score of two runs in the first
iuning and one in the second, to two
goose eggs for the Stars seemed to
indicate that the green corners were
out for victory, but after the first
few innings the Stars opened out and
played their usual game, which is just
a little better than any other-team in
the league has so far been able w put
The following is the score by in
1 2345678 9.
Makawaos . . 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 05
M. Stars 0 0 1 1 3 3 1 0 0-9
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished and services rendered iu the
period commencing January 1, 1904,
and ending June 30th, 1904, must be in
this office propeny certified IF ON
THE ISLAND OF OA HU BY JUL Y
10th, 1904; IF ON THE OTHER IS
LANDS BY JULY 15th, 1904.
... C, M.WHITE,
Department of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. H., June 28th, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that Mon
day, July 4th, being a legal holiday,
all public offices will be closed on that
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Capital, Honolulu, June 27th, 1904.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE.
ANA PLANTATION COMPANY. LO.
cation of principal place ol buaine,
San FmnclHCo, California. Location of works,
Hana, Maul, Territory ot Hawaii.
Notice. Thure are delinquent upon the fol
low lug Uoserltx'd Stock, on account ot Assess
nK-nt (No. 4) levied on I be Sib dsiy of January,
1904, the several amounts nut oppouitu the name
of (be respective Shareholder, as follows:
Name. Cert. Sburen. Amount,
Ame, Wrttitntoo..l7i5 b t .Ul
Bate, D. C, Tr 45(1 & 3X0
Bates, D. C, Tr low Ml lu.nu
Bates, D. C, Tr I17H 1ft 1.50
butos, D. C, Tr 14IM 11 1.50
Baton, D. C, Tr 1MU :J1 M
Bate. D. C, Tr IHS7 16 l.SO
nates, U. C , Tr 1MO ft .60
Bates, D. C. Tr M iVJ 25.UU
Benjamin' E. J., Tr...3U5 Mt &0.00
Bremer, W. H.,Tr.... lSU 15 l.SO
Blow, A. W. & Co 4-A 61 ft.UU
Blow, A. W. & Co MS . M ft.UO
Blow, A. W. 4Co.,Tr.l'.'7S liu 10.UU
Bowau, OltfaC IVU lil 10. UU
Hellman, A. C, Tr.. ..Md & .Vuu
And tn accordance with law, anil an order
from the Board ol Directors, made ou I ho Ub
day ot April, 1(04, ao many shares of each parcel
of such stock as may be nticoxsary, will tie sold
at Publio Auction at the office ol the Company,
No. (tH Kolsom Street.San Kranciscn.Californln,
on SA'fL'KUAY, the lsib day olJuue, I'JU. at
Ihe hour of one o'clock P. M.of sjildUay, to pay
said Delintiueut Aaaessment thuruou, together
with costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
D.C. UATtfi, Secretary.
Office No. UlFelsom Street, Saa Franciseo,
RCPOKT OF THE COMJITION OF
The Fl r.t NntHMKil Bnnltoi WhI
.ilu, nt W' iluliu, M.'iui, In the
Tcr. ot ilnnilt rit the clin of
biiHincfue, June 9. 1904.
I.ii inn; and lliscniints Tl.!1"!) i!J
Overdrafts, si'cuivil uii'l
U. Ho-ids tu socur.'
i-ii dilation 'i.")0't ('0
rremiuni.i on U.'S. U.-nHs l.OMO Kt
I .i nl i.il' htnisi', fur nit inc.
and tixtuips t!.lll6 Wl
Due Iroin Slate BanKs
und dunkers 1,627 91
Checks niiil other cash
itemi 6:ti2ii 80
Ki iictiniifil pupcr currency,
nicki-'s, and ci-nts lc 70
Lawful Mokky Rr.xeitVE
I.N 15a.k, vi.:
.specie sui'Ji i
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer, (!) per
vent in circulation) 825 00
Tonl. 1I."),(I20 48
I'apitnl stuck paid in 25,000 00
Surplij-j fmitt 3,000 00
Undivided prtifits, levs
expi'iiM's und tuxet
paid 1.711 14
NHti'inul Uitnk note.1 out-
hiw.tiiiiir 10.000 00
Due tn Stale Ranks and
Biwikei-H 611 518
Individual deposits sulijoct
t.i check 61,Sa7 ti
Demand i-erlificittes of
deioKit G,2;U! 03
Time rerliHcatcci of
d posit 11.134 To
Total 115.020 48
Tel of lluwiiii, Island of Maui,
1, C. D. Luflviu, Cashier of the
above-nained bank do solemnlv swem ,
that the ubtive stalemeut is true to
the best of rny kivrvledire and belief.
' ' C. D. LUSKIN,
R. A. Wadsworth
D. i Lindsav
Suiwtiifyed'iind nwom U tietore me
this 25th day of June, 1904.
' D. H. CASE,
(Seal) i ' Notary Put'lic.
CIRCUIT COURT SECOND ClKCUiT
Territory of Hawaii. At Chamber, in Probuto.
Ia Rh Estate of Antona Joaqula Rndrlguri,
Notice To Ckkditoks.
PursuaDt to proper proceedings in proliate
btirolotore biul In that bchnlf. In ro Kntittn of
Antouo Joaquin RoilrU,'uea, tho under: IiiquI,
Maria Gloria RourlKUun, of WulluUu, Maui, on
tlioWihilay of Juuo 10.4, n as duly appointid
Executrix of and under the will of Autooc
Joaquin RoUriguet, and, bulng quulltled a such,
han had I3KU0J to bur lotters Testamentary
All credltoraof said Antone Joaquin Rodrlguig
and of said Estate are hereby notltled to present
their claims, duly nuthnn'.icat.l, wi'h tU" rrc
per Vouchors, if any exist, even if tho claim is
secured by mormugo upon roal mlnle, to il e
UDdersl'nt' d, cltluT at lior residence or place of
busiuesii (Corner Stare) Wailuku, within i.lx
monthsfrom date of this notice, said date buicg
tho date of?ltrst publication of H-.tidaotlce;uther-tt
lsu such claims, it any, will uufcreT.'r barred.
MARIA GLORIA ROURK1UKS,
Executrix Estate of Antoue Joaquin lloJiigues.
Dutcd this July 2nd IUU4.
D. H. CASE, Atty lor Executrix.
IN THE CfKCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Chambers; In
Probata. In tho Matter of tun Estate of
William E. lieekwlth, deceased.
On Reading and Filing the Petition of the
EthelynRlce Doekw 1th, of Haiku, District ol
Makawao, Maui, alleging that William E.
Beckwith, of said District of Makawao, Island
of Maul died to said District of Makawao on
or about the Mth day of June l'XM, being, at the
time ot hia death a resident ot said District, und
Waving estate in the lslaud of Maul and Tcrrt
tory of Hawaii; presenting to this Court tho
last will and testament ot suid William E.
lieekwlth for probate, aud praying that letters
Testamentary issue to W. O. Aiken as executor
of said estate.
It is Ordered that WednesJay the 3rd day of
August IIHJI. at IU o'clock A. M ; be aud
hereby Is appointed for hnaring said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, at
which time and place all persons conecrnod may
appear and Know cause, If any they have, why
said Petition should uot bo grantud,
Dated at Wailuku, July 1, lly Order of
the Court. ' '
Clerk of the Circuit Court,. Seoond Circuit.
IX THE CIRCUIT COCRTOF TH E SECOND
I'lrucit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Ubambers-, in
Probate. Id the Matterof the Estate of Antoue
Joaquin Rotlriguea, deceased.
A Dooument purporting to be the Last Will
and Testi meat ot Antone Joaquin Kdrigbos
deceased, having on the 8th day of May, A. D.
1UOJ, been presented to said Probate Court, and
a Petition tor Probate thereof, and for the Issu
auce of Letters Testauuntary to Maria Glarlu
Rodrigui's having been tiled by suid Maria
: It it hereby Ordered, that Wednesday, the
JBth day ot June, A. D. H, at 1 o'clock A. M.
of said day, at the Court Room ot said Court, at
Wailuku, Usui, Territory of Hawaii, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time aud pluee
for prol ine said Will and heartu; Said applica
tion. Dated at Wailuku, Maul, this'Miii'day of Muj:
. by the Court.
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