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The Nevadan arrived at Kahului on
Tuesday morning with foreiKU mail.
Give the News achuoce at your joi.
work. Neat, cheap and prompt re
sults. The best grades of 'cigars iu town
carried at thu ofliee of the Maui
Sugar is uow over four cents, a no
the market is still risiug. Let us try
and stand it.
The efforts to njrow cacao on Hawaii
.will be eagerly watched by the East
The Mews predicts that within two
years Hie Kitie Piautatioo will uo
paying 1 viuenus.
The WuiiuKus mid Kahuluis are
scheduled to puy o.ill at Wells Par
A pot-nun tii me tire hydrants for
"WailukU auit Katiul-ui have urnvta,
and will Oi .iecieJ shortly.
The Ueiuiliuun 1 territorial Couveu
tion win ue neKi .ii Hiio in Thurto..y
and Friuki, September 1 ami 1.
TheMeVouau r uctied Kahului eat ly
on Tue auuj ...onan', and left lor ban
FruDcisca a 1U .1. iI. 011 Thursday.
Regis rati j. 1 pliers were issued
this werk wiiu uaiea from oept. I to
Sent. 17 hiiiic.uilv at uoims ou
Sboriumiiu in the paper this
week an- uuc m tuefuut thalyi'sTer
day wauu-u veu as a holiday at ttie
The new buictier stiop iu Vauuku
is to coiupiimetiiea on the quality ol
beef servvu. amy wiiu it boys, auu
stampeuu 1 tie iiutiws.
There wa9 meeting- of the Maui
Republican Ci-iiuiai Committee at
Paia on li.ursUay. They meet auuiu
in Wailuuu uu Mouday.
In yesieroay's games at Kahuiui,
the Stars won the Di'.ll game by a
score ol It to 0, ami the Puuuutle tug
of war team won in 18 i minutes.
Messrs Harry aud Hal, two of our
public spiriieil citizens raised suit)
cieutfuuus for iiie purpose this wisk,
and have renovated th B town clock
The Hoard of Uegistratiou begin
work Seotemor 1, and have made
' dates on Kast Maui and in Kula ai.d
Makawao for every dny up to Sept. 17,
The Henry VVaierhouse Trust Co,
is extenuiug its work to Maui. Look
over their new ud. on second page
this week and see if you need their
The Boston tourist party were de
' lighted with Maui, and several of
' them say that tbey will repeat
the visit and bring their friends witb
The opening of bids for the con
' structiou of the new scboolbouse and
dormitories at Lahuioaluiia has been
posponed from August 12 to Augus
; Messrs W. P. Pogue. T. B. Lyons
and Solomon Fuller were appointed a
Board of Registration tor Maui, but
Mr. Pogue wired bis refusal to accept
The Eahului Store is introducing a
new nnd nobby five cent cigar, the
"Pete Dailey," which they claim to
be as good as the best five cent cigar
on the market. Let's try one. -
Commodore Hobron and Allen
, Dunn, who reached Wailuku yester
' day afternoon report that word
reached Lahaina by the Kauai that
the Lurline had put back to Honolulu.
'1 Golden Gate Flour never fails the'
1 cook so the cook should never fu'd to
use it. It has been the standard df
. quality for over a quarter of a cen
tury In Honolulu and elsewhere. H.
Backfeld & Co. agents.
In response to numerous enquiries,
the News is at liberty to state that
it is indebted to Jas. K. Keola, Esq:
frf fkanvtriimalit it foructi n fT (&tfh
of the trip of the Alpine Club to Iuo
' Valley, which appeared u last week'
Another shipment"of fresh baled
wheat from Bailey's ranche, Maka
wao was received in Wailuku this
weekj and met ready sale. There is
no particular reason why thousands
of dollars worth ot wheat hay are
not raised m Makawao every year.
', . FOUND. A red leather purse be
tween Pauwela and PeabI containing
Small sum Ol m'jni.'jr uuu iu jayuuoau
' Dersonal tax receipts lor 1904. Own-
x er can hae same by proving property
' and. paying costs of adrei-tWing. Al
., piy tojNews Office, WiumiVu.
' : ' 23-tr.
Morning Start Victor.
The ball ranie Sunduv between the
Morning Slurs nud tin- iMukawao
was a walk over for the runner leant.
Id was a case ohi'. when you like for
Oust! and cot trouble at that. Po
ioly some excuse might be made
(r the Maltiiwuos, in that tl.ty did not
ave their full quota of piayers. But
granting that tin; fuil nine was ou
hand, tlx' Stars 'were out to win and
did aud if a forecast could be made it
would be hard day,s work for uny
man to select any nine men 011 this
island, whii' oultl best tho Stars.
Up the seventh inning it looked like
a shut out and possibly that was '.be
intention of the Stars, but a bad throw
to first by Krueger in the seventh inn
ing broken the ice. Oi.f more run in
the next tuning was I he bt-st tte Ma-
kawnob could find.
Following is the ncore by innings.
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
M. Stars 1 3 7 2 1 0 0 3 3 20
Makawaos 0000 0 01 10- 2
in order to try he 01 anion d ulKa-
Uului for the purposes ol the baseball
qualities ii August 12, a team from
Cauii 1 and from Cum p 5 pluyed a
very interesting match game on last
Sunday ' moaning. Capi. McCubbin
agisted by pitcher Nud Kurgeruf the
Morning Stars in charge of the Camp
1 hunch, hand Cap'. George U. Hou
derson and first bast-man Protit ot the
Kiituluis heading the Camp 5 aggre
gation. The game lasted two hours
and liuuliy gave the Camp 1 toxseisa
ncore in iheir favor of 4 to 3.
The rest of the practice games for
their finul in'.cli of All Maui against
the Morning Stars of Wailuku ou Aug
12 were held on Tuesday, Weduesday
Hid Thursday nights, at Puunene.
Camo 1, 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 4
Camp .". 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
The Makawao team have thrown
up the sponge aud withdrawn from
the league. This leaves three teams,
aua cousequenuy ino uiwraw 01
league games is changed as follows
Aug. 14 - Waiiukus vs. Kahuluis.
Aug. 21. Kahuiuis vs. M. Stars.
Aug. 28. M. Stars vs. Wailukus.
bept- 4. v'ailukus vs. liabululs.
Sept. 11. Kahuluis vs. M. Stars.
iiept. 16. M. Stars vs. .v'ailukus.
Sept. 2o. Wailukus vs. Kubuluis.
Ocu 2. Kahuluis vs. Morning
Oct. 6. Morning Stars v. Wailukus
Up Country Notes.
M. Nuues Jr will give a dinner and
c'.anoe at his Paia home to a number
of his friends on Saturday evening
M. S. Duponte one of the delegates
to the Territorial Convention, ismalr
ing arrangements to conduct a par
ty of Honolulu sightseers up to the
head of the new ditch. The excur
sion will probably take place imme
diately after the couveution.
The S. S. Likel'ke will make a spec
ial trip to Kahului next Tuesday 'o
take the Polo ponies to Honolulu.
The p?ayers will probably leave by
the S. S. Maunaloa next Friday.
J. J. Smiddy, assistant engineer of
Camp 3 pumping sta tion will move his
household elfects from the club house
to comfortable quarters at Camp 3.
Planting at camp 1, has commenced
In order to utilize lie surplus supply
of water. '
Both pumps ; have been working
constantly day and night since May
While the seasons crop was not
quite as large as estimated, still the
returns were satisfactory nni per
mitted of reducing the indebtedness.
The 1906 crop will be the largest
tauen off this plantation and should
the price of sugar remain at the pre
sent figure it is anticipated that the
good sized returns will warrant pay
ing a dividend.
Mr. John Kidwell of Honolulu was
a guest of Manager Scott last Tues
day for lunch.
Improvement Meeting Postponed
Owing to many counter attractions
on the tapis last Thursday evening,
the -Exeeutive Committe decided that
he rqgftlar monthly meeting of the
Wailuku Improvement Association
be postponed : to Thursday evening,
Aug. 18, wben the matter pertaining
to the cemetery, garbage, tree plant
ing and fist "market will bediscussed.
D; L. Meyer requests the New .o
state that he will bring up a matter
of vital importance not only toWaif
lujiu. but tke jtfhole Island.
A full attendant? is asked for 'in
A Maul-lte' School Record.
A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent ol
Education, received a letter by the
1st mail 111 which he takes a por-
lonable pride. It is from VV. K. Ma-
kakoa, a full-blooded Hawuiiin, who
was educated In the schools here aud
ii a time tuut;ht, at the II ilea school.
He saved enough money to Hive him-
elf a college course and U now in at
tendance at Eastman College, Pound
eepsie, N. Y., where he has had ri-
markable success. His letters which
speaks for itself, runs us follows:
Pounhkeepsie, N. Y., July 23. 1904.
Hon. A. T, Atkinson, Supt. Public
Dear bin I beg to inform you that
at vhe recent examinations held in
Eastman College I attained uu av-
rage of 91 per cent. You are aware
of the fact, 1 presume, that I received
all of my education iu Hawaii and at
the pubiic schools ot NVaihee auu Wai
luku, Kamehameha aud the Normal
I nave always been proud of the
public schools of Hawaii aud I am
prouder of having been au instructor
The result of my examinations has
been a cause of general comment on
the excellence of our schools, and I am
utter u-ked the questions: "Where
did you learn to speak Eugiisti?"
Do you speak English in your coun
try?" "Do you have schools like wo
Now Mr. Atkinson will you be kind
enough to send me some of your sur
plus literatutM concerning the
schools? 1 am surprised at the pro
tound iguorance of these people con
ceruing Uucle Sam's newly acquired
ten ltorv. With the coming lit
eraturel shall be able to enlighten
them ou the suojeut. '
' 1 am respectluliy,
W.i K. MAKAKOA.
W. K. Makakoa was boru at Wai
ehu about thirty years auo. His
father VV. K. Makakoa, and his moth
er Kaimiuaauao, are both dead, but
he has a brother and grandmother still
living at Waietiu. After he left the
Normal School he taught in various
districts on the islands, out principal
ly at Hilea, Hawaii.
He has been in the states but a very
short period. Those who know Wil
ham oest give him credit for being
ambitions aud predict success for him
in the east. .
Maui-Kauai Polo Game.
The pulo game to be . played by
picked men between Maul and Kau
ai, which is scheduled for August 24
and 27 at Honolulu is exciting no lit
tle interest in poio circles. On nex
Tuesday the Likelike will touch at
'Kahului and take the pulo pouies of
lhe Maui teahl t0 Holulu. and th
players leave for Honolulu by next
Friday's Mauna L6a. ' Both teams
I will be well mounted, aud the Kauai
contingent assert that their island
ponies will prove a match (or Maui'
The following is the proposed line
up of the two teams:
Maul , Kauai
A.Baldwin "l. John Malin
O. Aiken 2. J. Spalding
W. Wilbur 3. C. A Rice
F; Baldwin 4. A. H. Rice
Harvest Home bance.
Puunene gave its annual Harvest
Home dance on Thursday evening,
portion of the floor of the big mill was
utilized for a dance hall, which, as
well as the supper room, was hand
comely decorated with flowers and
The music was excellent, as was the
supper, and there was a large at
tendance from central Maui, Walluk
and Lahaina.. The dance continued
till after midnight and. the function
under the fnapagempnt of generous
Puunane hosts-was a perfect success,
The annual-hardest home dances aro
a noted feature of life on Maui.
FIELD DAY AT KAHULUI
The first annual field day of the
Puunene Athletic Club at the Kahu
lui Polo grounds' was an unqualified
success in every sense of the term
The weatker was ideal and the im
mense crowd presentlrom all parts
of Maui -enjoyed-every minute of the
Under , te management of Supt,
Filler of the K. R. R. Co. a commo
dious greed stand had been erected
which added much to the -comfort of
Vhe guests, (Or account ot vesterday
bejng a holiday, a full'aceount of the
day's events is necessarily revved
BegiiiA its next session
The school has room for about fif
teen more girls. Parents wishing to
seud their children
cate at once with
The opening of tenders, for the
construction of schoolhouse and two
omilories at Lahainaluna. Maui, at
the ortice of the Superintendent of
Public Wocks, Honolulu, have been
postponed to 12 o'clock of August
C S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works,'
Honolulu, Aug. 8. 1904.
Notice is hereoy given that the
Board of Registration for the Islands
of M xui, Moiokui, Lanai and Kahoo
a.ve is now composed as follows:
W. F. POGUlS. Chairman
T. B. LYONS,
A. L. C. ATKISON,
The Capitol, Honolulu, Aug. 8, 1904.
All persons holding deeds to burial
lots iu the Wailuku Cemetery Asso
ciatiou are requested to communicate
with the undersigned ai oiice.
VV. A, McKAY, Chairman
Wailuku Improvement Association
Wailuku, Maul, T. H. August 1,1904.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given 'that the
sale of the mortgaged premises under
that certain mortgage from Ueotge
E. Miuer to Henry P. Baldwin, dated
July 28th, 1890, recorded in the Of
lice of the Registrar of Conveyances
in liber 126, pages 155, 156 and 157. a
sale of which premises was first ad
vertisedin the "Maui News, under
dates of June 18, 25 and July 2 and 9
1904, to take place on Monday, July
11, 1904; aud which sale was there
after, by agreement betweeu all par
ties interested, postponed to tuke
place on Monday, July 25th, 1904
has, by further agreement between
all parties interested, been again
postponed to take place, and caid
sail will occur, on Monday, August
8tb, 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 said "Maul
The'abovesalo has again been post
poned to Monday, August 22, 1904 at
the same place and the same hour.
H. P. BALDWIN, Mortgagee
D. H. CASE.ttorney for Mortagee
Wailuku, Aug. 6, 1904. 23-td
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