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The Morning Stars and Makawaos
play ball at Wells' Park tomorrow
The police are rounding up un
licensed, taxable dogs this week. Let
tho good work continue.
Intermittent showers on central
Maui have done much to cool and
freshen the weather this we- k.
The News is adding facilities to its
job office, and solicits Maui orders,
Cheap, neat and prompt work guar
anteed. The wooden frame work o? tnetiew
schoolhouse is being rapidly erected,
and it begins to show some of its
If you like good coffi'f, tty "Kame
hamelia" brand of Komi coffee put
up by H. HackfeM & Co. The best
in the market and ground fresh every
The citizens of Wailuku are taking
steps io repair the town dock. The
town seems lonesome without the
stately and sedate strokes of our big
Now that all the missing records of
the Cemetery Association have been
found, immediate steps will be taken
to renovate both thoor-'ani&i.liou and
Negotiations are pending for an
up-to-date fish, vegetable and meat
market in Wailuku, and the News
will probably be able to give the de
A conference of the Conirreuational
Ministers of Maui, Molokoi and Lanai
was held at Kaahumanu Church,
Wailuku, on Wednesday and Thurs
day of this week.
Only three tux appeal cases have
been broucht before the Maui Tax
Appeal Board, which will meet be
tween the first and twentieth of Aug.
dn Tiioolau fnrun. mil it lnflrt ftf d(-M
licious melons and a shipment of Ma
kawao wheat hav were received at
the new fruit store. The hay found
immediate sale. Small farming pays,
The stars and stripes were run u)U
on the flagstaff of the First National r
Bank of Wailuku yesterday, in, honor
of the return of its Vice-President,
W. T. Robinson from the Chicago
Mr. C. L. Clemen'i has accepted
the position of business manager of
the Maui News, and his experience as
a newspaper man will add materially
to proposed improvements in all de
partments of the paper.
J. C. Axtell. the Iron Pence and
safe man advertises drinking foun
tains and-watering troughs of prac
tical aesigns and prices to suit. He
also carries artistic designs in lawn
and cemetery furniture.
Bids for constructing tne road from
Ke.anae to Kailua have been opened
and are as follows: Wilson &Duggan
$33,242; L. M. Whitebouse, $43,416
." John Correa Picanco. $42,822; A. A
Wilson, (Sec. 2 only,) $17,400.
The masonic fraternity on Maui
are taking active steps to organize a
lodge. A suitable building site in
Wailuku has been donated for the
Dumose. and a handsome lodsre build
:ing will probably bo erected here
A spirit of improvement and repair
seems to have pervaded Wailuku, and
all throughout the town, the sound of
'the saw and hammer and the swish of
the whitewash brush arc. heard, to the
vast improvement of gates, fences
and roofs. '
irror. ueoree Hunt uarton, an
eminent geologist, arrived in Hono
lulu by the Aorangi to spend a month
in the Islands making a study of ex
tinct volcanoes on Oahu, Maui and
Hawaii. He is accompanied by ten
Boston school teachers.
The Puunene Athletic Club have
"about completed their arrangements
for:a field day at the Kahului Polo
.grounds on August 12, including base
'ball, 'tug of war, foot races, sack
race, putting stone and hammer, and
numerous other 6 porta.
The' contract agreement betweeij
the -cattle raisers and the meat
butchers of Maui docs not call for
reduction of meat to 12 and IS cents
a pound in Lahaina. but only in Wai
JMkti, where a much larger amoun
-Gf meat is marketed monthly.
., ', FOUND. A red leather purse be
s tween Pauwela and Peahi containing
small sum of money and two Japanese
, personal tax receipts tor 1U04. Own
cr can have same by proving property
and paying costs of advertising. Ap-
piy to rvewiOflice, wailuku.
NEGLECTED SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Ebitor Maui Niwb,
"Beiugenthusiasic over theeduca
tlonal Welfare of our children, and al
so being aware that education pro-
moles both the moral and political
devi lopements of a oomrnunity, I
hereby ask, your kind co-oporation
and t h.it of ah the citizens of Wailuku
District to remedy tho urgent neces
sity of a Hchool house at Puunene."
"During a personal visit through
Puut.eue I was amazed at the number
of ehildi-f n, of school age, who are
behig negeh'Cted, and denied the
education I hey are entitled to, as
children of Ux payers.
The children are of different na-
tiimaiilies iut the Portuguese pre-
nuiin.Ue, and in some families there
e seven and eight children of schuol
"Now the question is this; will those
neglected children ever become good
Citizens and voter unless through
education? I list ve it to the public
nd Board of Education to aecide.
The Pusturs Institute.
The pastors Institute for study,
discussion of themes and of the need
of the wo' k, held its first meeting. at
Paia, July 12 1 h, 1904, with 18 present.
Tne seem il meeting was held Aug.
3rd. at VVuiluku with an attendance
of 23 eight pastors, five licenced
preachers and ten Sunday-School
workers and teachers. The first day
was given io he study of sermon plans
on Col. 1:23 middle clause. Several
very gixni plans were given. On
given by thf Chinese pastor, one by
the pastor of the Japanese, and two
by native pastors, were hitrlily com
There ws also a study of Genesis,
chnpters 2 and 3. The morcingof the
second day was given to a consid.erai
tion of the practical needs of the
work. Much thought was developed,
along this Fne which Was both stirring
rand instructive A vote of thanks
was given the Maui News, for its kind
offer to publish notices of church
services. Also to the bodies of the
Wailuku native church for their kind
The next meeting is to be at Hana
Sept. 22nd, at the time of the meeting
of the Association of churches.
Puuncne's Field Day Sports.
At the polo grounds at Kahului on
uext Friday, August 12, will be wit
nessed a unique event on Maui, that
ot a day devoted to athletic field
It has been the policy of Hon. H. P.
Baldwin for several years past to en
courage athletic sports in all possible
proper ways and for this reason it is
but natural that Puunene should take
the lead, and that August 12 should
be declared a general holiday on the
up country plantation.
The sports of the day will begin at
ten o'clock, and continue without in
termission save for lunch at noon, till
(he entire program is completed, so
that there will be but few dull mo
Prizes will be offered for all events.
It H the desire of the management
that so far as practicable those desir
ing to contest should make their en
tries with Mr. G. B. Henderson, Sec
retary of the P. A. A., at Puuuene,
either personally or by mail on or be
fore Thursday, August 11.
The following is the program of
Catching greased pig & climbing
(Two or four teams to enter.)
3 Sack race, 75 yds.
4 Three legged race.
5 Base Ball, "Stars" vs "All Maui."
6 High jump.
7 Tug of War-.
8 16 lb. Shot put.
9 150 yd. dash.
10 Polo game.
11 Japanese wrestling.
Up Country Notes.
Mrs. D. B. Murdock will entertain
a number of her Makawao friends this
evening with a dancing party.
Prof. Barton, of the Institute of
Technology and ten teachers from
Boston School with W. O. Aiken as
guide spent the early part of tho week
on the heights of Haleakala return
ing last "Thursday. They will send
Saturday aud Sunday at Wailuku ex
ploilng tho beauties of Iao Canyons.
Mr. and Mrs. Illackman were host
and hostess to a Haleakala iparty4
consisting of Miss Hildcbrand of t'ue
Honolulu Public Library and Miss
Jacobus, librarian of the Eamehame
ha School last Thursday.
Both the mountain parties express
themselves as more than delighted
with the mountaiu trip. The weather
was perfect and a clear sky gave a
maguifTcient panioramio view of the
A party of nine tourists from Boston
came over on Wednesday's steimer;
and visited the plantation under tne
guidance of Mr. Worth Aiken. There
were several college protestors, arm
ed with note Uook s una cameras which
tiiey used to good advuntagt. After
utich at the Puuue.ueCluo, they were
snowu nil through the big mill, anu
late in the afternoon they went to
The Harvest Home dance will be
held iu the mill on Aug. 11th. People
from Lahaina can attend the dance,
Stay over night; and take in the Field
Sports next day.
Mr. Ernest Campbell left for Koua,
m Tuesday's Mauua Loa.
Postmaster A. Waal, Lahaiua's
popular postmaster lias entirely re
covered from his recent attack ot
rheumatism. He and hisfumify have
taken a cottaue on the grounds of the
Lanai and Mlokai have so over
stocked ttie Lahaina marnet with
waterineion that good sizes ones sell
as low as five cents.
Carl Maldeyer who has been so suc
cessful in obtaining water supply fi"
Maui is now engaged up Kauaul..
gulch and from a recent water hemi
just tapped expects a flow of 6001
gallons every twenty four hour.
Sam Deeper of Honolulu Is here wit :
a line of clothing and furnishing good
md well leave for Wa'luku. Puunem
and other parts of Central Maui Auk
Y. P. S. G E. t Wailuku.
The organization of the Youni
People Society of Christian Endeavor
both Senior and Junior was made com
plete last Sunday morning by the leo
tion of the following officers:- W, P
Crockett, President; Ah Sam, Vic
President; Dan.' K. Pokipala, Sec
retary; and Miss Minnie K uue, Trent
urer. The election was held at Kan
humanu f hurch.
All persons holding deeds to burial
lots in the Wailuku Cemetery Asso
ciation are requested to communicate
with the undersigned at once.
W. A. McKAY, Chairman
Wailuku Improvement Association.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. August 1,1904
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Snle.
Notice is hereby eiven that the
sale of the mortgaged premises under
that certain mortgage from ueorge
ili. Miner to Henry V. Ualdwin, dated
July 28th, 1890, recorded in the Of
fice of the Registrar of Conveyancet
in liber 126, pages 155, 15G and 157. a
sale of which premises was first ad
vertised in the "Maui News, under
dates of June 18, 25 and July 2 and 9
1904, to take place on Monday, July
11, 1904; and which sale was there;
after, by agreement between all par
ties interested, postponed to take
place on Monday, July 25th. 1904
has, by further agreement between
all parlies interested, been again
postponed to take place, and raid
sail will occur, on Monday, August
8th, 1904, such postponed sale to be
had at the same hour and place and
subject to the same terms as provid
ed for in the original notices of fore
closure and sale as in 6atd "Maul
The above sale has again been post
poned to Monday, 22, 1904 at The same
place and the same hour.
Fl. P. BALDWIN, Mortgagee.
D. H. CASE, Attorney for Mort
gagee. T. MURAKAMI
DYER AND CLEANER
Cleaning. Dyeiog and Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me
a call. Prices reasonable,-
Begins its next session
The school has room for about fif
teen more girls. Parents wishing to
send their children should communi
cate ul once with the Principal, Miss
C. M. Snow.
Wailuku Jail and Fire Station,
Proposals will be received at the of
tic of the Supt of Public Works, un
til 12 o'clock of August 11, 1904, for
constructing the WilukuJail and
Foe Station, Wailuku, Maul, T. H.
Plans and specifications are in file
at the I'PHeeol the Asst. Supt. of Pub
lic v,rk, ami with L. M. 13a d win.
Sheriff if Wailuku, Maui, copies of
which will ot- furnished intending bid
ders.on receipl of $5.00, which sum
will i.e returned t.ili'udiiii,! bidder
afier i,e has deposited his bid and re-
uini'tl the pluus and specifications.
Proposal must he submitted on
the b unk forms, which will be furnish
ed by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works,
atd Li. M. lialuwin and enrlo-eu in a
sealed envelope addressed to Hon. C.
Hollowav, Supt. of Public Work
Honolulu T. H., endorsed "Proposal
for Wailuku Jail and Fire Station,
Each proposal must contain the full
iiH.eof the purty or parties making
he same :md all persons interested
herein and must be accompanied by
i certified check of 5 per cent of the
amount of the proposal, payable toC.
S. Iloiloway, Superiutendentof Pub
ii? Works, as surety that if the pro-
Itosiil be accepted a contract will be
No proposal will be entertained un
less made on the blanks furnished by
tlni Asst.' Supt. of Public Works
nid (lelivered at the offlcp of the Su
perintendent or Kublio works pre
vious at 12 o'clock m. on the day
The Superintendent reserves the
ight to reject opy or all bids
;.'.' C. S. HOLLO WA-Y,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T; H., July'2G. 1904.
Department ot Public Instruction.
Notici Of1 Teacher's Examinations
Examinations of candidates for
Teacher's Primary Grade certif
icates will be held at the High School
building, Honolulu, on Thursday any
Friday, August 25th and 26th 1904
By Order of the Department of
ALATAU T. ATKINSON.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
C. T. Rodgers, Secretary.
Lahainalunn School-House and S
Proposals will again be received at
the office of tne Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. H., until
12 o'clock m. of Aug. 10, 1904. for
furnishing all labor ar.d material and
construct a school-house and two
Dormitories at Lahamaluna, Maui
Plans and specifica'ions are on file
at the office ot the Asst. Supt. of
Public Works, copies of which will be
furnished intending bidders on receip
of $5.00, which sum will be returned to
the bidder after be hud deposited his
bid and returned tho plans and spec)
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forma, which will be furnished
by the Asst. Supt. of Public Works,
and enclosed in a scaled envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C. S. Hollowav, Supt
of Public Works, Honolulu. T. IL,en
dorsed "Proposal for Lahamaluna
School-house and 2 Dormitories
Each proposal must contain the
full name of the party or parlies
making the same and mustte accom
panie I by a certified check of & pe
cent t the proposal payable to C.
Holle way, Supt.'of Public Works us
surely that if the proposal be accept
ed a contract w.Bl be -cute red into.
No proposal will bo entertained un
less oil tho blanks furnished by
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works, and
delivered at the office of the Superin
tendent ot Public U orks previous to
12 o'clock m. on tne day specified.
Tho Suparinttctknt reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
' onolulu,T.II.,July,,2U1904. 21-'Jt 1
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