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, Give the News a chance at your
job work, aud jou will bo pleased
The hives of bees placed In (he ki
awe groves maulia of the race track
are in a thriving condition.
HamakuapoUo Mill expects to finish
grinding in about 10 days time. The
, estimated yield will bo about U00U
, It is in the air that several fast
runners and trotters from the Coasv
- are to be added to Maui's , equme
' The l'uunenet, Athletic Club is read
ing the Maui Athletic Association a
, needed lesson in live woik. Wake up,
M. A. A's. ,
The fouadation of the new round
house of the'Kuhului Llailroud is com
pleted und Work will be continued un
The Kahuluis and Makawaos play
ball at Wells Park tomorrow after
nootj, and a good and close game may
' 'be expected.
i Primo Lager has ail wonderful tonic
properties of the choicest Imported
hops. Order a case from the Brew
ery or your dealer.
The progressive business men of
a Wailuku owe it as a duty and priv
ilege to themselves to advertise their
busine&s in the News.
'The members of Guistau Counc.-!,
Y M. I. gave a grand ball at K. of
- F. Hall on Thursday evening to cele
brato their second anniversary.
Giveu A way for the Asking. -Choice
geranium und chrysanthemum slips.
FEKNS FOii BALK.
W. G. SCOTT. '
The Territorial School Department
are laying plans to make of Lahaina-
luna au agricultural college, and as
such it should prove a useful institu
Contractor Jordan is pushing the
work of constructing the new school
. tnuse with all pjssiblo speed, consid
ering the scarcity of 6tone masons
A grandstand is to be erected at the
Kahului polo grounds, and it will be
, completed iu timo for use on the field
day,of the Puuneue Athletic Club.
V t August 12.
The General smoke of the General
ypublic is the General Arthur Cigar,
.Sold by all progressive dealers in the
islands, uunst-iiiaiun L-igar t-o., uis
Tai liing, the enterprising Chinese
' dry goods dealer on Market street is
teaching some of our sleepy haole mer
chants a lesson in the art of building
up trade. See his ad.
The Wailukus forfeited the ball
game to the Morning Stars last Suu
day, owing to the absence of several
of their best men. A scratch team
was made up to play the Stars.
After the 22nd of this month the
Court will cease to naturalize citizens
for the term,' so that those who de
sire to be naturalized in time to. reg
ister and vote at the November
election should attend to the matter
at once. ,'
Get next to nature with a kodak
It takes you out of doors for healthy
exercise and is more than a mere
pastime. The Ilouolulu Fhoto feup
ply Co. has kodaks aud supplies of
all kinds. '
Among the cargo of the S. S. Ne
yadan is a forty ton oil burning loco
motive for the Kahului Railroad Co
which will be the first eu.'-.e in the
Islands to be equipped with electric
The regular monthly meeting of the
Wailuku Improvement Association
was adjourned from Thursday even-J
ing of this week to Thursday evening
of next week. Ilemember the date
and be on hai.d. .
; Puunene Hospital received by the
S. S. Nevada a twelve horsepower
gasoline motor ambulance to be op
erated on the tracks of the Kahului
Railroad, The machine will seat four
persons, and is equipped with a
stretcher for invalids or injured.
J. C Ax tell, the Honolulu iron
fenco and memorial importer has the
distinction 'of beinj,' the first to fur
nishing Hawaiiau liluestona of su
perbr quality for a cemetery lot cop
ing in San Francisco. The copir.y has
four corner pohts of chiseled tvlue
stone with the family name in raised
' letters on the ' face of tin- coping.
Four ;i-Mit',onal individual blucstnne
bases with, names iu
part of th.'S order.
A Model Cannery Capable of Handling
Ten 1 housand Tines Daily. Makes '
Own Cans and lioies.
SMOOTH CAYENNE PREFERABLE
Canncr Which Will Compete
With California Product.
July 1st, 19(14, will always be a uay
to be remembered iu the Haiku dis
trict and a red letter day with n o
Haiku Fruit und Packing Co. us i n
this day the line machinery necessary
for the canning of pines and the cun
making plant turned out a full day's
product successfully, and highly sa
tisfactory to Manager W. A. IJaldwin.
A representative of the News was
extended an invitatio.i to Inspect the
plant, and through the courtesy of the
Manager and SuperintenJaiit (J.
Windsor, spent au interesting tore-
noon and was introduced to the mod us
operandi of pine canning and can
Frkmi the time the pine leaves the
field; is put into the peeler to the
finished product ready for packing
and shipping, all the handing is done
by machinery, thus insuring absolute
cleanliness,' and that the time con
sumed can be readily understood from
the fact thattbe plant now iu opera
tion is fully able to peel, coro.slice, can
aud cook ten thousand pines daily,
and the work is all done with nine men
and thee women which iucludes those
engaged iu the can makiug depart
ment. Thj "Royal Hawaiiau" Piueapples
as the canned eyeless and coreless
fruit will be known is of the Smooth
Cayenne species, and is best adapted
for this purpose ou account of its
oval shape, and that the eyes are not
so deeply set, being more on the sur
face while those of the Hawaiian piue
run m almost to the core, leaving lit
tle or none of the fruit available for
marketing, while with the "Sugar
Loaf" species, its pear shape is also
against it use, there being too much
The Haiku Fruit and Packing Co,
have some twenty acres under their
control, ten acres of which are now
in plant at an elevation ol 700 feet
aud are rapidly maturing while the
other ten is being planted as rapidly
as possible, 9000 to 10000 planted to
the acre, thus insuring them a suffi
cient quantity for introductory pur
poses, although it is the intention of
Manager Baldwin to place their pro
duct on the local market first.
Aside from the twenty acres now
in plant. Mr. Baldwin is encourag
ing farmers further up even to au
elevation of 1700 feet to plant inde
pendently, the cannery being willing
to lake their crop at a figure which
will warrent continuous ulantlng and
still leave a margin for the Packing
At the present time some fifty
thousand pines . are available and
.canned, as rapidly as they ripen,
which is about every other day.
Mr. Baldwiu believes that with the
superior quality of the Smooth Cay
enne as grown in Hawaii he will have
a steady market on the -const so soon
as they are introduced, as satisfac
tory arrangements for transporta
tion from Haiku to Kahului huve been
made which, will permit of the "Roy
al Hawaiian" Brand being placed on
the market at a figure by which it can
compete successfully with the Cali
fornia canned product.
Ail of tho cans are made within the
building, the tin coming to them m
boxes, from which one sheet makes
three complete two pound cans in
cluding the top and bottom. After
the tin has passed through the cutter
end former it goes to the senmer aud
hero is put on the only solder used in
making the can, as both top a:td bot
tom are lirtt Hanged then double
seamed which are passed through a
tester, will) a pressure of twelve
pounds for detection of Maws
if any exist. The cans are nindo at
a less cost than if ordered ready made
i i large tiuaiUitics from the coast
There has never been a so railed ex
perimental stai;e with the Haiku Co.,
as they have been abie to prnlit from
the experience of the I'earl City can
ncry and the fact that Supf . Windsor,
who aside b ing an expert can maker,
was funi'icrlv with the J'earl City
company and hisHaiowledye ot the
operations there has been vali.aba' to
the Ilal'cn I't iat and Packing 'o.
Puunene Athletic Association.
The Puunene Athletic Association
met on Monday evening for the pur
pose of makinu definite arrangements
for the field day to be given unuually
ut Kahului on August 12, J. N. S. Wil
liams, Chairman; and G. B. Hender
son, Beci etary, vice Wni. BearOy, i e
siyiitfd. The committee on sports presented
a program to consist in part of pom,
basenall, tug of war, sack
races, foot races,, pulling 12 pound
shot, puling 18 pound hammer, Jap
anese wrestling, catching greased
pig, climbing greased pole, etc.
The Puunene Baseball Teuiu have
challenged the Alu-'mug Stars, and
the latter have signified their accept
ance provided they are not playing a
return gumo in Honolulu on that day,
in which case au all-Maui team will
play the Puuuene team.
The commi- tees for the twelfth are:
Arrangements. William Walsh, R.
W. Filler, Fi. F. Deiiiert, F. A. May-
field and G. Amundsen. Program.
William Searoy, H. B. Weller, J. J,
Corell, James Kirklaud, George May-
field, James B. Thompson Dan. Quil).
Captain Track Team. Wm.Lougher.
Captain B. B. Team. G. B. Hender
The H.C. & S. Co., the Maui Ag. Co.,
tne Iv. R. R. Co., tiie KahUiUi Store
and others haV'j ottered to contribute
prizes for tho various contests.
Mr. R. W. Filler will conhlruct a
grand staud for the comfort ot the
guests, toallof whom admission will
be free. In addition, Ah Kip has
been appointed caterer for thu'dayso
that those who are hungry and ' hirsty
will find plenty jt food and drink at
Wailuku Impresses Hiloites.
Two of Hilo's active citizens Man
ager J. C. Mocine of the Hiio Elec
tric Ligb. Co., and J. W. Kelker,
Master Mechanic of the Hilo Rail
road Co. passed last Saturday in Wui
luku en route to Honolulu. This is
the first timo that either of thete
gentlemen have visited Maui and Wai
.. "Yes," said Manager Mocine to a
News representative, "Mr. Keil.er
and myself made up our minds when
we left Hilo that we would embrace
the opportunity to see Maui and Wai
luku and judge for ourslves whether
it was all that Mauites cracked it up
to be. We have spent the day in and
around the town up Iao Valley and
can say without hesitation that we
were surprised to find such a thriv
ing town, we were happilysurprised
We also inspected Puunene Mill which
is indeed a magnificent mill located
on a magnifient site."
At the Wireless Telegraphy Sta
tion Manager Cross has provided a
commodious office, with all the nec
essary appliances. The new build
ing is on the east side of Operator
Kinney's house, near Kilohnna beach
Mrs. George Ordway of Honolulu
and her little son Cloud are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kinney.
Rev. Canon William Ault and family
came over from Wailuku, on Monday,
and are enjoying their vacation at the
teacher's cottage in the school yard
In the absence of Mr. Dickenson
Mrs. Vetlesen kindly presided at the
organ in the Church of the Holy
Innocents last Sunday morning.
Mrs. Decoto, Miss Holden, and Miss
Babbof Wailuku, had a most delight
ful time during their ten days' sojourn
at the Volcano House. Steam was
arising continually, not only from the
crater but from numerous small crev
ices near the hotel, on every side. One
day the laches fried eggs and bacon
over one of the igneous cracks,
number of teachers from Ilonoiu
were iu the same party of excursion
Uts. Several of them wero provided
with snapshot enmeras. When the
guides pointed out interesting point
of view, Mr. Walker trained the
cameras like the guns of a battery
and touched them olf at the proper
moment. A lady well advanced
years was one of the most active and
fearless ot tourists. Although not
accustomed to equestrian exercise
she mounted a horse and rode ahead
of the guide. On the Fourth of July
the fiery element in the crater was
not considered .sufficient, and the
anniversary was celebrated by tLe
discharge of rockets of large calibre.
Mrs. Decoto brought home several
promising sketches; also beautiful
specruens of sulphur and other chem-
' icals from return's laboratory.
Deer Do Not Destroy Forests.
Tax Collector George Dunn of Ln-
haina who in his official capacity for
that department, is a periodical call
er ou Molokai which is part of his
taxation district, is authority for the
statement that the deer of that island
which are blamed for the destruction
of the young forests und for which
efforts made to reddce their numbers
by hunting them, do not as has been
commonly supposed and reported,
desn oy the trees arid under shoub
bery. He lays the blame to the cattle
which arc permitted to graze at
large, and cites as an incident to sub-
taut late this, a lare track of land
which has been fenced in with or
dinary wire and in which deer are
allowed to loam but the cattle kept
out a healthy young forest of Ivoa
trees have sprung up since the erec
tion of the fence, while without, the
ground has been stripped of its ver
dure of tree shoots aud ti leaves un
til it is as bare as a well kept street.
MAUI TAX COLLECTIONS.
The following footings shew the re
ceipt of taxes in the 2nd Taxation
District, including Maui, Molokai aud
Lauai for the six months ending June
30, 11)1)4. The amount collected so fav
is $37, 300.51, which is about one-lilth
of the amount to be collected. There
are four deputies in this District and
their segregated work is as follows:
Lahaiua, Molokai and Lanai.
Gen. Taxes Road Taxes Inc. Taxes Total
?itf06.0 $3202.00 $8S08.40
8734.40 5326.00 67.55 14128.5)5
6412.64 3974.00 10417.64
2408.27 1516.00 23.25 3947.52
A summary of the whole amount
classiti- d according to the source
from . which it was derived is us
Real Estate Tax $ 1112 07
Pers. Prop. Tax 308 47
Carriage Tax.' 62 00
Cart Tax 58 OX
Dog Tax..' 408 60
Poll Tax..... ....' 6979 00
School Tax. .'.
' 55 5U
10 per cent
Total $37360 51
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SKCUND
JuUierlnt Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Cliiimbein. In Prolmto. In lie Estnte ol N. Su-
gimoto, (latdof 1'iiltt, Maui.)
Notice to Cumutohs.
Pursuant to proper procoeilinn la probate
huretoforc bad in tbat bt-uulr, In re Estati- of
SuKimoto, tin; uaUi'rsifiuoil, Thomax M. Cliurcu,
of Paia, Maul, ou July Gth, WW, was duly
pointed administrator of the Kstato of Mid N.
Suglmoto; und, having quulinVd nsxtu'h, lms had
:biiuud to blm LctUTs of AdniiuiNtnttlou.
All creditors of hu id N. Suimoto, und ot suid
Estate, aro hereby notified to present tnw.r
oluinix, duly authenticated with proper roue
era, if any exist, to the undersigned utblsplmr
of busiucsH or residence ut Tula, Island of Muu
within six months from date of tills notice, saiu
dole being the date of the first publication ol
said notice, to wit, July Uth, IWU; olhervvUi
such claims, If any, will be forever bnrrcd.
THOMAS M, CHL'ld'H,
. Administrator Estate of N. Suiuioto.
CIRCT1T COURT SECOND CIRCUIT
Territory of Howali. A t Chambers, iu Probate.
In Ro Kstuto of Antoac Joaquin Rr.drlgucF
Notu kTo Ckkmtohs.
Pursuant to proper proceedings iu proha e
heretofore bad in that behalf. In re Esta i of
Xntoue Joaquin Rodrigues, the uuderU'.-d
Hiiria Gloria RodriKucs, of Wuilttliu, liuui. ou
the 2lhduy of June IWU, was duly apjK.ii .id
Executrix of and under the will of Autone
Joaquin RodriKuea, und, buiuKtUuliled a" such,
has had issued to bur letters Testament uiy
All ciV'.lllorsof said Antoue Jou'iuiu itoilrlgi es
uhd of said Estute are hereby B't Irlcd to prosi nt
their claim;, duly uuthtnticuted. ivl,!i ll.c 10
pc vouchors. If any exist, even if tho claim is
soured by mortgage upou n ale:. tat;, to II e
undersi:-'nd, either at her reideneo or place l
business (Corner Store) Wailuku. v ltiiiu t.ix
moatbs from date of this notice, suM date Ik Itg
the dale oHirst publication of said notcr:oih r
ise such claims. If uuy, will be forc-v -r buried,
MARIA IIEORIA ROURli ; L' KS,
hxreu'.rlx E.-tatcof Autuut'Joanulu K -.'rignes.
Dated rtiis July 3i.U li'H.
Ii. II, CASE, Ally for Exeeairix.
I X Til K CIRCUIT COU KT OE TEE l-Jt ( I)
Circuit, Territory ol Hawaii. At t'hamt eis: In
Probate, hi the Matter of the Esl.ite of
William E. n.-ckulih. decea:. d.
( in Ri-udlux aad Flllu' Ihc 1 1 1 1 . . i . , H,i
Eth'-lyn Kiee ileckwltb, of lluil.u. Lt.-!.-ii-t of
ila'.iavvao, Mr.ul, uIIcimii that William' E
ll.'rkwith. of said Ohurict oi Mal.aw;.... Uland
of Maul 1jI In said District i t Mal.uv.a.) on
oratwiut the altU day of Juue r..', bi-iiu , at the
time of hisdiaih a rct.hh'iit of said lUstrlet, aud
iraviu estate iu the l:,iaii'.'. of .Maai av.l 'jvrrl
lorv of Hawaii; pre .(iniu.' Iu the. Co ,!: Hie
la I w ill uml . ti-f.iiiiii.-ut of .- ai l Wltliaiu E
HL'cltwith lor :nv. bale, aud p;..- ua that I. 'tiers
'IV-tamciilary is.-.ue to V. O. Aik 'n as executor
of ;;uid cialc.
It is Ordered thul Vedii. s.n.y the :ird day ol
All,--UKl IlKII, Ul 1(1 o'clock A. M . be und
Hereby is appointed for heal iuj.- .-ai.l li t it Ion in
the Court Reom of tt.is''oiiri at W ailuku, ul
wl i -It lliu- and place ul 1 per-ous umcerued may
appear und show cause, if aey Uh-y l.ae, why
said P t it ion should uol b.- tfiaulcd.
Hated at Wailuku. July I, liU. ily Order t.l
Hie t 'ourt.
Herts of the Ciicuil Court, Second I'lrcuil.
Better Than Ever
equipped to supply .you with
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No other Paint will give sucli good serv ice.
. If you want ei
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When thirty inches make a yard
And cotton equals silk. .
When fourteen ounces make a pound,'.
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It takes you out of doors for "ood healthy
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