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See new ad of Lewis & Co., tbe "bin
grocers" of Honolulu iu this issue.
Tbe town seems very quiet since
the Fourth. Get to work, boys.
If you want a real good ciag you
can Ret it at the ollice of the Maui
The Wailukus and Mornlutf blurs
play ball at Wells Park tomorrow af
ternoon. Tim chin Ahlur) Pulinor 91 ili.vu
from Seattle with coal reached Jia
napali on Wednesday.
A return game between the Pu
nahous aud all-Mauis in now iu order,
say at Houoklu, August 12.
Wailuku will have a maio crop
this year af'.er all, as inauy trees are
now loaded with youug fruit.
It is now water melou seaou in
Wailuku and some manitieeiit speci
mens are exuiuiteu iu vue martlets.
Hawaiian ranchers out Mkeua way
are bringing in remarkably liue pine
apples and are selling ibem cheap.
Antone Borba has opeued a beer
saloon on Market Street, adjuiuing
his store. See his new ad iu this issue.
Pioneer Plantation turned out 17,
000 tons of sugar this season, und the
outlook is bright for 20,000 tons next
A largo number ol the citizens of
Maui havo become American ciiizeus
recently, and the good work is s'ill
Now is the time lo join the Maui
Racing Association. Seud in your
name and help us to get ready for the
Ask for Honolulu coffee mills "Ka
mebauieha Brand" Old Koua Coffee.
It is the best in tue market. H.
Hackfeld& Co., Agents.
The finishing touches are being put
on the m-w bauk building of the First
National Bank of Wailuku, and it will
Boon be ready for occupancy.
Given A way for tbe Asking.-Choice
geranium and chrysanthemum slips.
FEUNS FOR SALE.
W. G. SCOTT.
There is but little more tunnel to
be completed on the big ditch, but
' some very hard rook had been en
countered, which will cause several
' Tinders for bids for the jail aud
fire department building at Wailuku
have not yet been published, but
plans of the building are now in the
hands of Sheriff Baldwin."
Dame Humor uas started a story
to the effect that the taroioa factorr
located at Wailuku is to be started
up shortly under very favorable con
di lions and new management.
' Macaroni wheat and speltz hay
have been grown successfully at the
' ranch of Mr. E. H. Bailey at Maka
wao. The two products are a distinct
audition to the resources of Maui.
W. A. Bailey, Libelant, was gran
ted a divorce from Kauaanalio Bailey,
Libelfe in the Second Circuit Court
"Wednesday forenoon. Judge Kepoi
kai presiding granted the decree.
Alexauder fc Baldwin have placed
with the Honolulu Iron Works an or
der for a tweive-roller mill for Maka
weli, which will surpass the Puunene
' Mill iu capacity, and will be the larg-
est Rll cm r mill nn artli
The big freighter Arizonian touch
' ed at Kahului this week for sugar,
and left for Delaware Breakwater on
' Tuesday. The three masted schoon
' er O. M. Kellogg Is also in port with
lumber from the Sound.
Chas. Bellina requests the News to
state that be is pau with races and
race horses on Uie Islands. He will
ship Billy Lempto the Coast on the
Nevadan! and aJso goes up himself
for a short trip, to California.
There will txs a special meeting of
the Maul Raciog Association at Wai
luku Court hoi wo on next Thursday
evening of an 'interc-stiug nature, and
all members of the Association are
s 'earnestly revested to remember
the date and attend the meeting.
The Honolulu Bu'letin gave a tabula
ted score f the ball game on the
Fourth but; the Mn i Niws gives tbe
correct sc .re. In order to play nine
Inking tw jnty si'ven uieu must neces
sarily be put oi'. atl not twvlve it
credited I tt All Mluisby the Bulletin.
Captain Soul. nJ Mr. W. II.
Smith of lIoro!u 'ho are ruticut
ing at ' ;hf Man, Motel pronounce
Jehu A. Iluylies' triotio adJres
deliver d at Homo the Fourth
as the biggest ai 'thing thaj
happt ,uod on the -nr Na
Before wheat was raised in Cali
fornia, the Makawao district grew
urge quantities of that cereal fur the
California market, but of late years
the raising of wheat ou Maui tins been
Mr. E. 11. Bailey, a prominent
rauuher of Makawao is puttiug forth
intelligent efforts to restore cereal
and hay culture on Muui with what
promises flattering results. Mr. Baitey
corresponded with the United Slates
Agricultural Department ou the sub
ject, and was advised to experiment
with Macaroui wheat, which ispecul-
iurly uuuptt-d to a dry climate. He
procured two ur three bushels about
three or four mouths ago, and seeded
over a couple of acres. The wheat
has matured and produced a big crop,
practtcully without ruin. A stieuf of
this wheat was brought to the News
olHce, where it is now ou exhibition.
The stalks are large aud stroug, aud
the wheat averages over four feet iu
height. The grain is bearded like
barley, and the tieads measure from
turee to four iuches in length, unJ
are closely tilled with a small, dark
grain. X'his flour from this wheat is
dark, but very nutritious, aud much
esteemed as bread by the Portuguese.
Other varieties of wheat, also bar
ley und oats were sown by Mr. Builcy,
aud all did well except the oats. The
cut worms have not proved iu the
least troublesome this year.
Mr. Bailey is also successfully ex
perimenting with a new hay known as
spelt,. This somewhat resetnoles
wheat hay, and is peculiarly adapted
to a dry climate. It is successfully
grown in the dry lauds of Texas. Mr.
Bailey is confident that speltz will
prove a successful hay crop on M:ui,
and as hay ranges from $30 to 1-10 a
ton, it should prove a valuable crop.
After a residence of about 31 years
at the Beach House, Mr. and Mrs.
Molony bave left this town, aud will
proceed at once to St. Louis and
other places on tbe mainland. They
expect to return to the islands in the
latter part of August, but will prob
ably establish their home on one of the
other islands. Mr. Isenburg is now
living at tbe Beach House.
There was a very quiet celebration
of the Fourth. American flag was
displayed in several places, and the
exhibition of the Japanese School took
place iu the evening, under the direc
tion of Rev. T. Komuro. Tbe singing
was very good, and a historical
address in English deserves special
mention. Prizes were awarded, aud
refreshments were subsequently serv
ed. Mr. Henry Dickenson and family
are passing the vacation on the moun
tain, about four miles from town.
Mrs. C. B. Olseu aud her children
have returned from Olinda.
Canon Ault and family will prob
ably occupy the cottage in the school
yard for several wecKs.
The photographer ou Main Steet
bas enlarged his place of business.
Entertains Admiral Beckley
Admiral George C. Beckloy was the
guest of honor at a luau given at the
home of Judge A. N. Kepoikai last
Monday evening. In response to a
toast by the host Admiral Beckley
made one of his characteristic after
dinner speeches paying pleasiug trib
ute to the host and hostess. Mrs.
Captain Soule officiated as toast-
After the Admiral's toast many ot
of the guests were called upon for
short remarks, aud a very enjoyable
evenlug was spent. Those present
were: Admiral Beckley, Captain
Soule and wife, W, H. Smith and
wife, J. Castle Ridgway of tho Hilo
Tribune, A. P. Taylor of the P. C.
Advertiser, F. J. Testa of the Inde
pendent, Ma'k Robinson, Jr., J. M.
Vivas, George Weight, H. Cbilliug
worth, J. N. K. Keola, Edmund Hart,
T. A. Lloyd, W. Vida, Hon. S. Kelii
nol and wifn, Miss Nancy Cummings,
Miss Mollie Cummings, Mrs. T. B.
Lyons and Miss Daniels.
Aftermath o! The Fourth.
Manuel Chase an employer of the
WaUuku Stables was arrested late
Monday afternoon and charged with
assault with 'deadly weapon up JPro
prletor An tone uV Rogo inflicting a
i ious scalp wound and briisiug the
tir.gers of his right hand. Chase ul
o attacked Mauagi-r Cainjra strik
ing him on the hand and shoulder.
The weapon of attack used ras a sort
of caid with mettte mountings. Tbe
case is now pending trial.
'... i .
In an article which recently ap
peared in the News relative to Ulu
palakua pinenpples.'.it was stated on
what was supposed to be good au
thority that Mr. D. D. Baldwin the
veteran pineapple grower had sa'd
iheat Ulapolakua was the most fa
vorable pluce on Maui for a pine
But Mr. Baldwin demurs to tbe
statement, unu the News gladly gives
place to his communication on the
subject, which is as follows:
Mr. Euitor Maui News:
Referring to an ariicle in your is
sue of June 13, 1 wish to deny that I
am authority for the statment that
"Ulupalukua is the most favorable
place on Maui for a pineapple plan
tation." Wuereas 1 "am of opinion that the
lauds at Ulupalakun are very favor
ably for piues I have yet to see or
taste finer piues than are grown on
the lands ot Huiku, uow cultivated
by the liuiku Fruit & Packing Com
pany. Also the climate of Haiku
seems perculiarly aud especially a
dapled to pines, particularly tor
the "Smooth Caytnne" which has
beeu proved to be io best pine for
canning purposes, and which is ex
clusively plauted at Haiku. The
lauds being covered only with Hilo
grass are of course broken and cul
tivated with comparatively little ex
peuse, as might be judged.
Thaukiug you for your space, I am,
Yours very truly,
d. d. Baldwin.
Haiku, June 30, 1904.
Maui's New Citizens.
That Maui is not solus to be be
hind baud in the mutter. of naturaliz
ing her eiigiole residents is dem
onstrated by the subjoined list, num
bering iu all fifty three. Only oi.e
of all those who have appeared
has been unable to qualify which
speaks well for tbe applicants who
are composed of former rfritish, Ger
man, Russian and Portuguese sub
These new made American cit
izens are residents of all parts of the
island and show that distance in no
bar to thuir eagerness to become
identified with Uncle Sam's liberal
Tbe following is the list:
Manuel Picheco, E. T. Maximin,
E. J. Silva, John Pacheco, Manuel
Viveiros, Joseph Ferreira, Manuel
Gouveia, Mathas Medeiros, John Pe
reria, Manuel Franca Jr., Antone
Andrade Jr., John de Souza, Joe
Franca, Manuel Daveiro, John Ar
nesen, F. Stark. John Cambra, Man
uel Pe.eiro, Antone Taxera, Antonio
1-imer.to, John l-C. l'axe:ra, Manuel
Viera, F. Koehler, John Avery, John
M. Medeiros, Frank Gonsalves, V.
M. Pires, John Souza, Antone Souza
Cravalho, Antone Lopes, Jose Ama
ral, Manuel Sobrian, PompiloGouve
ira, Jose Rosha, Antone Ferreira,
Antone Gouveira, Mauuel Ambrose,
Antonio Gomes, Robert Ballentine,
August Runge, Charles Rook, Ern
est C. Bor tfeld, Joseph Andrade, John
Nunes, H. Neubaur Hugo Robino
witz, J. J. Newcomb, Joseph Janeiro,
Manuel Correira, John G. Gardim,
Manuel Vintura, J. S. Santinella,
John Robello, Wm. Lougher, Manuel
Marks ank Manuel Frutas de Silva.
Tbe Puunene At'Jletic Club and the
Maui Agricultural Co. played ball at
Sunnyside on the Fourth, the P. A.
Club winning by a score of 13 to 12.
In thte tennis tournament, W.
Lougher and W. Ault, both of the
Puunene Athletic Club, won the
Mr. James B. Thompson won the
silver trophy for ring tilting against
In the polo game, the Reds, com
posed principally of Puunene men
played the Blues of Makawao, and
On Thursday evening there was a
meeting of tho Puunene Athletic As
snciation for the purpose of arranjr
insr a program of field day sports at
Kahului on August 12. Tbe Associa
tion will meet again on Monday night
to receive the report of the program
committee. On Tuesday there will
bo a general meeting of the citizers
of Puunene to make preparations for
a Harvest Home festival to " be held
at Puunene at the end of the grinding
Judge A. N. Kepoikai, Mrs." Kepoi
kai, Mrs. T. B. Lyons and Circuit
Clerk Edmond Hart were the guests
of honor at a luncheon given at the
Maui Hotel ou Thursday by Messrs
W. H. Smith und Captain A. L. Soule,
hosts, and Mesuanies V. H. Smith
and A. L. Soule, hostesses
The regular quarterly meeting of
the stockholders of tho Maui Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held at the
K. of P. Ball, on Wednesday evening,
July 20th, VMi, at 7:30 o'clock.
AUCTION SALE NOTICE.
"On Friday, July 15th., com
mencing at 10 A. M. at Kawaapae,
Makawao, the former residence of
Mrs. S. E. Bailey, I will sell at Pub
lic Auction the household effects of
Mrs W. E. Beckwith, consisting ol
parlor, dmingrooin, bed room and
kitchen furniture complete, together
with saddles, bridles aud other tilings.
W.O. AIKEN, v
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
cates Nos. 3395 to 3300, both inclu
sive, aud Certificates Nos. 3427 to
3445, also both inclusive, of the Ha
waiian Realty and Aialuiiiy Co. Ltd.,
bave been lost iu the month of May or
Juue 1004, between Wailuku and La-
baina. Finders please return to the
Maui Nes Office in Wailuku, or to
the Hawaiian Realty aud Maturity
Co"s Office, P. O. Box 2u'5 Mclntyre
Bdg, Honolulu, T. H.
The Hawuiiau Realty & Maturity Co.,
Ltd. L. K Kentwull.
jAll outstanding bills for materials
furnished und services rendered in tli.
period commencing January 1, 1004,
aud ending June 3Utb, 1004, must be in
this office propeny certified IF ON
THE lbLAND OF OAHU BY J UL Y
10th, 1904; IF ON THE OTHER IS
LANDS BY JULY 15i.li, 1004.
C. M. WHIiE,
Departmentof Public t Works, Ho
nolulu, T. H., June 28th, 19U4.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Canmbera. Iu Probate. In Ro ENtntu of N. Su
glnyjto, (laUof Pnlu, Muui.)
NoTica to Cheditorr.
Pursuant to proper proceedings in probate
boretoforo bad in tbat bohalf, iu ro EiUato of N
Sugimoto, tbe undersigned, Tliomus M. Cburcb,
of Paia, Maui, ou July 6t)i, 1UU4, wan duly ap
pointed administrator of llio Emu to of suld N.
Sugimoto; and, having quulltied as sue!), bus bad
ihsued to him Lettura of Administration.
All creditors of autd N. Sui'lmoto, and of said
Estate, are hereby notified to present their
claims, duly authenticated with proper voucl
ors, if any exist, to tho undesigned, at his plate
of businenn or resldenco at Pule, Island of Mau
within sixuionthH from date of thit, notice, said
date being the date of tho tlrst publication of
Nald notice, to wit,. July 0th, ltxil; otherwise
aueh clulms, if any, will be forever barred.
. THOMAS M, CHURCH,
Administrator Estate of N. Sugimoto.
CIRCUIT COURT SECOND CIRCUIT
Torritory of Howail. At Chambers, in Probate.
In Re Estate of Antono Joaquin Rodrigues,
Notice To Cukditorf.
Pursuant to proper proceedings in probate
heretofore had In that behalf, in re E:itato of
Antone Joaquin Rodrigues, the undersigned,
Maria Gloria Rodrigues, of Wailuku, Maui, on
the auih day of June 1904, was duly appoUled
Eiouutrix of and under the will of Antone
Joaquin Rodrlguoa, and, being qualilled as such,
has had issued to her letters Testumeutary
All ereditorsof said Antono Joaquin Rndriguui:
and of said Estate are hereby not tiled to present
tbeir claims, duly authenticated, with tbe pro
per vouchers. If any exist, even if tho claim (s
secured by mortgage upon real estate, to tho
undersigned, either at her residence or place of
business (Corner Store) Wailuku, within six
mouths from date of this notice, su'.d dute being
the date of.flrst publication of Hnld;oticu;othi'r
wlse suea claims, if any, will be forever barred.
MARIA ULORIA RODRIOUES,
Executrix Estate of Antone Joaquin Rodrigues.
Dated this July 2nd I Jill.
D. H. CASE, Atty for Executrli.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E SECOND
Circuit, Territory ol Hawuil. At Chambers; In
Probate. Iu the Matter of the Estate of
William E. Ileckwijh, decoaaed.
On Reading and Ei'liug tho Petilion of the
Ethulyn Rice Ueekw Ith, of naiku, District of
Makawao, Maul, ullegtug that William E.
ljjckwlth, of said District of Makawao, Inluud
ot Muul died In said District of Makawao on
or about the tu day of June 1WU, belo ,-, at t!ie
time of biadsath a resident of said District, and
loaving estate iu the Island of Maul and Torrl
t iry of Hawaii; presenting to this Court tbe
It a will and tUitumrut of said William E.
U ekwltb for probuto, uul praying that Inters
To itameDtury issue to W. O. Aiken us cxecuti r
of iia Id estate.
It is Ordered that Wednesday the 3rd day of
A-igiut llWf, at ID o'clock A.M.. be and
hi-ieby is appoluli d for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court ul Wailuku, at
which lime aud place all persons concerned may
apiiear and show cause, if any they have, whv
said Petiliou should not bo gruutet!,
Dated at Wailuku, July I, imn. lJy Order of
the Court. . i.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Second Circuits
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