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The Wailukus and Makauo play
ball at Well Park tomorrow afer
noon. Hon. Fred W. Beckley of Molnkai
Is regarded hs the strongest honin
rule possibility for tlelt-traU to con
gress. The First National Hank of VVai
luku moved into lis new building on
Thursday ami serins quite athoin in
its elegant quarters.
V. A. Vetleseu of the Maui Drujj
Co. store advertises a very complete
Udc of attractions for the luetics.
Call and see his stock.
The subscribers and readers of this
paper on all parts of Maui are re
spcctfuily requested to forward in
teresting happenings in their locality.
In a recent match race at Sirrck
els Park Yokohama, Kimura's rimer
beat Eva, trie jrray mare of Malsawao
a couple of leng hs in a hull mile iasb,
time .51 2-5.
Manager Cooper of the Maui Reiuu
licau Cmnnaign ays trijt Kuhio is the
only candidate for Delegate to Con
gress, in fucj he is the universal fu
vorutu on Maui.
The old postoffice adjoining the
News office U beiug fitted up this
week as a fruit and vegetable store
to handle the products of the Bailey
Banche oT Makawao.
Divers who examined the bottom ol
the S. . American at Kahulur lust
Saturday report that there was no
. damage savs that the paint was
scraped off from stem to steiu.
Tue Home Rule Territorial Con
veutlon meets in Honolulu on Moi.day.
Maui will send thirty delegates of
whom four ure fromVailuku,8.Kaiue,
G. Maxwell, G. A. Kauaeholo aud C.
Culer.y, string beans, marrow-fat
beaiih, cucumbers, tomatoes, olira,
turnips, carrots and egg-pfant are
among the auundantly produced veg
etaoii's now to be found in the Wai
luku inaikt t.
Molokai is snipping delicious can
taloupes 'and muskmelons to Honolu
lu. i:i hup if a few of them were
shipped toMnui it would either shame
or stimulate some of our land owner
hJto planting aud producing some of
this delicious fruit.
The conference of the pastors of the
Hawaiians Congregational Churches
of Maui, Molokai and Lanai wid be
held at the'Kaahumauu church, Wai
luku, Wednesday and Thursday
August 3 and 4, instead of on the 2nd
as announced last week. Friends of
tt'e pastors are welcomed.
FOUND. A red leather purse bo
tweeu Pauwela and Feahi containing
small sum of m jney and two Japanese
personal tax receipts tor 1904. Own
er canhave same by proving property
and paying costs of advertising. Ap
ply to News Office, Wailuku.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers of Honolulu,
who has been absent for the lust three
months iu New York, doing hospital
work and purchasing new appliances
for his office, has returned and open
I ed a newly equipped office iu the
: Alexander Young Building. See bis
card on first page of this issue.
Tjhe following ar the nominations
made at the Rebubiican Precinct
meeting last Friday evening: For
Territorial Convention; W, T. Robin
son, S. Keliinoi, N. W. Aluli, W. J.
Coelbo, D. H. Case, W. F. Crockett.
For District Convention, A. N. Ke
polkai, D. H. Case, Jas. N. K. Keola,
S. Keliinoi, Geo. Weight, W. A
McKay, II. M. Cooke, M. Kauhima-
hu, W. E. Hal, John Kealoha, D. L.
Meyer, S. B. Harry.
Maui Meat Trust.
Maui, ever progressive, boasts its
first trust. The cattle men of Maul
have combined and will supply one
uhop iu Wailuku under the manage
ment of Messrs Corn well and Drum
mond and one in Lahaina in charge of
jW. L. Decoto. Mutual contracts
'have been made by which the cattle
(raisers are to furnish these shops pro
portionally from their herds at 10
t ents a pound, and the retail dealers
are under contract to sell to com
turners at the present prices of 12
and 16 cents a pound.
V One Buggy full leather top, sides
4nd storm apron. New, used 12
Cost $160.00. Apply to
Da. JOHN WJSDDICK
HAS AN INNING.
Sixth Precinct Club Discusses
County Government and
The Wailuku Republican Precinct
Club held another discussion on the
County Act last Wednesday evening,
and those who failed to attend miss
ed it good ci'ar and concise debate
on this momentous question.
On the calling of the meeting to or
der W J. Gx lho introduced the fol
'RtsoLVED. that this meeting en
dorse the Presidential nominees of
the Republican National Convention
held at Chicago."
"Kksolvko, that the meeting do
artily endorse the administration
of Governor Carter and Secretary ol
th Territory A. L. C. Atkinson."
'Re80lvd, tnat it be the sense of
this meeting that our delegates to
the Territorial Convention be and
hereby are inst ructed to vote for
rince Kuhio Kalaidanaole for Dele-
g-ite to Congress."
After considerable pming and
conning of the resolution by section
and objections and defense of the re
solution bv its introducer, Judge Ke-
poiUai, as cbairmau, took the 8oor
and made a strong ta'k for the a
doptton of the resolution by saying
that if it was wrong for the club
to endorse the sentiments of the Nat
ional Convention, its faith mi the Gov
cnor and Secretary, and in its dele
gates it should throw out the resolu
tion, out if it was not wrong it was
the duty of the club to demonstrate
iis harmonious sentiments by adopt
S B. Harry there upon made a
motion that the resolution be adopt
ed, which carried. W. J. Coelho for
ti e Committee appointed to confer
with Supt. Hollow ay made his report
which embodied the lao Valley road
hitching posts, tree planting, dispo
sal of the present Court House in tve
event of a new one being built, Wat
r troughs, and tire hydrants.
The preliminary business being at
tend to tho following questions pro
pounded by T. McCants Stewart in a
letter to D. H. Case were taken up
and fully discussed:
1. "Under the Organic Act can a
county Board of Supervisors be elect
ed by the voter?" No.
2. "If the Organic Act prohibit
election, shall a County Act be drawn
for the elecliou of Supevisors by the
voters and be submitted to Congress
for ratification?" No-would conflit
with Oriranic Act.
3. "Shall a County Act be drawn
carrying with it the Governors right
to appoint and Congress be request
ed to amend the Organic Act so that
others may elect County boards?"
4. "Shall we base our county sys
tem permanently on the right of the
Governor to appoint all county
5. "Shall the County Act provide
for county control of Education,
health, roads, bridyes ond wharves?"
W. F. Crockett was called upon as
the first speaker of the evening. He
dwelt very fully upon the antagonism
displayed by many of the Senotors
and quoted Senator Tiffy, and Sena
tor Stewart against Annexation, and
why it was wanted. Was it a move
towards statehood? A reply being
given in the affirmative, Senator
Stewart remarked that they would
have to wait fifty years for that to
Mr. Crockett believed that states
manship of the highest order mapped
out the Organic Act, but that it was
done too hurriedly and cited as an
illustration the case of a man baviug
a suit made to order without being
measured it must naturally be u hit
and miss fit, so to with Organic
Act, it did not tit the conditions here
at all. The best we could do was to
frame a county act which would con
form with the Organic Act and thus
show Congress what they had given
D. H. Case the second speaker
said that his ideas of the Organic
Act coincided with those of the first
speaker. Congress bad given ug the
cloth where with make a suit but it
was not ot the right quality, that it
was not what we were entitled to
have, but he thought it advisable to
make the best of a bad bargain, then
go to Congress for a revisement of
the Act to conform with local con
ditions, by electing county boards
instead of by appointment. Thit the
attempt to incorporate a clause
eiectiug county boards would be con
trary to the interest of the Organic
Act, which would had been unan
imously declared, by the Supreme
Court in the former test case of the
County act, a void.
judge Kepoikai, made a rousing
speech sustaining the Governor in
his administration, saying that many
had predicted a muddle during Gov
ernor Carter's incumbency, on ac
count of his beintf a young man, and
quick to take action, but that the
Governor had showed the people of the
islands and of the mainland, while the
legislature was in special session by
his work in whipping into line the
various factions, that the present ter
ritorial administration was in touch
w'th the people, and that Carter us
Governor catered to the people while
Dole had not.
The Judge stated that he fullv be
lieved the Governor to bo strictly
fair in his administration, that while
tnere had been a one tune friction
while he was Treasurer, they had
parted the best of friends, that even
after he had uccepted the Judgeship
for this circuit, the Governor had ex
pressed an opinion that should he,
the Jucige. wish to remain as Trea
surer thev would always be har
monv. The Judge believ.-s the Gov
ernor aims higher in political life.
He suggested framing a county
act broad enough to conform with
the Ogranic Act, but with limited
power of the Governor and making
three Boards of Supervisor instead
There being no further discussion
the meeting adjourned until further
Canon Ault and family returned to
Wailuku on Tuesday after a brief
sojourn in the teacher's cottage, an
occurrence much regretted by their
many friends in this town, who were
expecting a longer visit. "
A schooner from Kona has discharg
ed a considerable quantity of tire
Delegates to the Republican Dis
trict aud Territorial Conventions will
be elected on Saturday, August, 6
the polls to be kept open from 2 to 8
C. B. Cockett is raising soursops
which run to the weight of six and
three quater pounds each.
Tax Collector Dunn was a visitor to
Hawaii this week. He goes to bring
home his young son.
Mrs. Decoto has nearly completed
some beautiful pictures of the volca
no. , The preliminary sketches were
made during her recent visit, near
A new Chinese restaurant has been
opened down town.
The town is flooded with water
melons from Lanai boatloads coming
from there daily.
A rival Bucher Shop, owned by
Chinese opens next week. The people
are wondering how long it will last
against the Maui Beef and cattle
trust. Cheap beef dont go now a days.
Pioneer Mill mechanics are thor
oughly overhauling and renovating
the sugar works preparatory to tak
ing off the next large crops estimated
at 23,000 tons.
A delightful dance was given by the
Pioneer Management on last Satur
day night a special pavilhou and
dancing floor was erected for the oc
casion near the mill all the elite of
Lahaina, Olowalu and Kaanapali
were there and a few visitors from
East Maui. Dancing was kept up uu
til 3 a. m. the music was furnished by
the Lahaina quintet club. It was pro
nounced bv every one as one of
the nicest and most successful parties
given in a long while.
There is an abundance of mangoes
aligalor pears and breadfruit iu
Hon. John Richardson and his
daughters Mrs. Hose aud Mis Ivy
Richardson went to Hawaii on
"Kioau" to visit friends in Kohala
TIamakua and Hilo they expect to be
away a month.
Mr. Chas. Gay ou Lanai has just
finished the season's shearing of sheep
A lumber vessel is expected here
shortly with another load of lumber
for the Lahaina store.
Surveyor Howell was here the other
day and promised to soon get to work
on needed road and bridge work on
this side of the mountain.
Politics over this way are rather
quiet excepting a little local flurry
anent the Republican nominations for
Territorial and other committees)
The Democrats and Home Rulers a ie
like Brer Rabbit laying low. f
Wailuku Jul I and I Ire Mention.
Proposals will be received ut t!e of
fice of the Supt of Puhlic Works, un
til 12 o'clock of August 11, 1JHI4, for
constructing the WilukuJail tii'd
Fire Station, Wailuku, ttaui, I'. FT.
Plans and specifications are in file
at the office of tho Asst. Supt. of Pub
lic Works, and with li. M. Ru'dwin,
Sheriff of Wailuku, Maui, copies of
whieii will be furnished intending bid
ders on receipt of $5 00, which sum
will be returned intending bidder
after he has deposited his bid iid re
turned the plans and "iieeinViit'iins.
Proposals must be submitted on
the blank furms, which will be furnish
ed by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works,
and L. M, Baldwin and t-nel d in a
sealed envelope addressed to Hon. C.
S. Hollownv, Supt. of Publii- Works
Honolulu T. H., endorsed "Pr io.il
for Wailuku Jail aud Fire Ste-ion.
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the pm tv or parties m kina
the same ;ind all persons -u'ereste t
therein and must, be aecornp inied hy
a certified check ol 5 p-r eeir (if ihe
amount of the pr oosal, pay-ril" 'oC.
S. Hoiloway. Superintendent of Poo
lie Works, us surety thiit :f the pro
posal be accepted a con ti act will tie
No proposal will be etiti-rtaim un
less made on the blanks foe t,i ny
the Asst. Supt. of Public W 'ks
and delivered at the office of the Su
perintendent of Publie Works me-
vious at 12 o'clock m. on the day
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or all bids
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works
Honolulu, T. H., July 26. 1904.
Department of Public Instruction,
Notici Op Teacher's Examinations.
Examinations of candidates for
Teacher's Primarv Grade certif
icates will be held at the High School
buiMing, Honolulu, on Thursday and
FYiilnv, Anirot2nt.h mid 2Rt,h litOt.
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By Order of the Department of
r . .
A LATA fT T ATKINSON.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
C. T. Rodgeis, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
cates Nos. 3395 to 3399, boih inclu
sive, and Certificates Nos. 3427 to
3445, also both inclusive, of the Ha
waiian Realty and Matui lty Co. Ltd
have been lost in the month of Mayor
June 1904, between Wailuku and La
haina. Finders please return to the
Mam Nes Office in Wailuku, or to
the 'Hawaiian Realty aud Maturity
Co'a Office, P. O. Box 265 Mclntyre
lidg, Honolulu, T. a.
Tho Hawaiian Realty & Maturity Co.,
Ltd. L. K Kentwjeli.,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose nd of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the
sale of the mortgaged premises under
that certain mortgage from George
E. Miner to Henry P. Baldwin,dated
July 28 th, 1890, recorded in the Of
fice of the Registrar of Conveyances
in liber 126, pages 155, 156 and 157.a
sale of which premises was first ad
vertised in the "Muui News, under
dates of June 18, 25 and July 2 aud 9,
1904, to take place on Monday, July
11, 1904; and which sale was there
after, by agreement betweeu all par
ties interested, postponed to take
place on Monday, July 25th, 1904,
has, by further agreement between
all parties interested, been again
postponed to take place, and said
sail will occur, ou Monday, August
8tb, 1904, such postponed salo to be
had at the same hour and place and
subject to the same terms as provid
ed for in the original uotices of fore
closure and sale as in said "Maul
H. P. BALDWIN, Mortgagee.
D. H. CASE, Attorney for Mort
gagee. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O' THE SKUON'U
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hiiwuil. At
Cliumbeni. Iu Probata. la Rt) Kutulo of N. Su
Kimuto, (Utdof I'llii, Maul. J
Notici iu Ckkdituuh.
Pursuant to proixr proceeding!! in jirobnto
heretofore bail lu thut bohalf, In r K.itn of N.
Su:itaoto, the umluMlgmM, Thoniw M. ChurcU,
of ri. W.ul, on July tli, IUUI, wj duly v
pointed admlnUtr.tor of tho Kstute of mid N.
SUK'iuioto; and, buvlug qualified as such, Lsha
:kut)d to lilm Let tors of AU-mlmiilraUou.
All creditor of .aid N '. SugiinuU, and uf nald
Estate, are hereby Dotitled to prexttul ihelr
claim, duly authenticated with proper voiuh-
x, If any exist, tothe uuilerKlguud.at uiiiuce
of buftiuoiu or roNUlL uue ul Hala, 1' land of Maul,
withiu kIx mouths fliom date of this uot ice, said
dau being the dati of tho first publication
Bald uuliec, to v July Uih, lull; otherwise
such claims, If any, utlll lw forever buried.
TqiOMAS M, CHURCH.
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