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Sugar, 96 test 4:255. cents.
The Republican convention will be
held at Lahaina September 5.
The Vornlng Stars and Wailukus
play ball at Wtlls Park tomorrow.
The Chairman oi the Executive Com
jBittee Issues calls 5 and 6 in this issue.
It is expected that the new lodpeof
Masons will be established in ubout
a months time.
The long expected vault door for
the First National Bank will arrive
on the Nevadan.
The Hana district commltteemeu
returned home by the S. S. Helene
Head the Pacific Hardware Co'sud,
re Carrara Heady Mixed and Mag
Bite colJ water Paints.
Have you tried the Pete Dailey
Cigar? It is rapidly winning it way
amongst the good smokers.
Tne officers of the Maui Land Co.
L?d. who will serve during the en
suing year are published in tuisisaue.
W. O. Aiken, administrator of the
estute of William T. Beck with hs a
notice to creditors elsewhere in this
The youngsters of Wailuku had an
impromptu dance in the building re
cently occupied by the First National
Residences are in demand in Wui
luku. Homeseekers find it almost
impossible to obtain houses at short
The delegates to the Republican
District Committee meeting all
objected to being detained in Wai-
luku so long.
') The hydrants for Wailuku were
t forwarded by the fc. S. Helene.
;' Hermau Meek will assist in placing
i them in position.
S. Kimura, wholesale liquor dealer,
carries a full line of standard brands
! ot whiskies, wines, cordials etc, and
soliuit tne island trade.
' Lewers and Cooke advertise in this
' issue Chinese and Japanese mattings,
mats and rug?, and solicit your trade.
Write them for prices.
The Board of Registration of Second
Judicial District advertise the dates,
hours and locations at which they
will register all voters.
"Daa Carey will paint your carriage
for you at satisfactory prices. A
perfect job of paiutiog makes your
carriage last twice as long.
The Maui Drug Co. advertises
smokeless American cartridges as
well as the black powder kind. Single
L and double barreled shot guns and
The newly established Republican
headquarters situated on Market
street; Waiiuku is in a well chosen
location in as much as it is nearest to
the people at large.
The commissions of Hev. S. Kapu,
chairmaa and W. V. Crockett as
members of the Board of Registra
tion, vice W. F. Pogue aud Solomon
Fuller resigned, have been issued. See
The. ha iclsome offices over the First
tNatioual Bank have been taken
possession of by Attorney J. M. Vivas
They are spacious and airy, and the
'arrangement reminds one of the law
ktpartments of English barristers.
Mr. T. B. Lyons has retigued his
'rmciticm nn th Mnard of Rpi'istratirm.
land at six o'clock last night Mr.
George 'Weight received a wireless
from Honolulu notifying him that he
is appointed to succeed Mr. Lyons.
Wailuku Jail and Fire Station.
Tenders for the new Wailuku Jail
and Fire Station were opened in Hou
olulu Aug. 12.
J F.H.Jordan who is now building the
'school house was the lowest bidder,
'his figures being $10,343 without the
stucco ornaments tend 10,943 with
jthem. His time allowance for con
structing was also the shortest, 90
On account of the bids being so much
jhigher than the appropriation, $8,000
I the Superintendent of Public Works
will have new plans and specifications
made up which will call for a shell of
a building composed of walls, roof,
tooor end windows, but no concrete
outside finish or finish in the interior,
iand new bids ask-jd. This the super
intendent believe fflll auswer the pur
piii, until such time as a further ap
propriation can he had from the !eg
slature to comp lete.the building as
Up Country .Note.
A very pleasant musical was giveu
by Mrs. R. Von Tempsky at Puuoma
lei Saturday evening Aug. 13tti. About
fifty people were present. The fol
lowing is the program: Mandolin, and
pi ino by Miss Davis and Miss Shef
field; Violin and piano by Miss Slier
field and Mr. Scbultz; Piano solo Miss
Sberfield; Vocal solo, Mr. Harry Bald
win; Vocal Solo, Mrs. R. Von Temp
hky. After the musical selections, re
freshments were served, and dancing
was indulged in. Every one went
liome very well pleased. Mrs. Von
Tempsky is a ljiodel hostess and made
it vry pleasant for every one.
The last practice gain iy 'he Maid
Polo club took place Saturday. Tne
ponies were shipped to Honolulu by
the Likelike Tue-dav evening, 14
ponies were shipped; also t wodriving
horses. Mr. Krumbbaar, the niao
uger of the Maui team also went on
Likelike to see that hII n"ary ar
rangements wo re -o mi fie ten. 11 A.
Baldwin and Geo. Wiloer ta-o of !.o
Maui tram also went on L'ki'lik Mi.
1 1 1 Id n in was accompanied ny ' I -family.
The rest of the Maui ti inn leave
iiuring the week. We all wish tn-m
luck and to bring home wiiii tla-m a
victory for Maui.
A. Gomes Paia station ayent left
Saturday per Claudine for H-molulu
to become a benedict.
A. Martiosen, Pain Central s c'.ief
operator goes to Honolulu this
Dr. Geo. Aiken goes to Honolulu
Friday nih- to take in the Polo game
F. F. Baldwin left for Hono ulu on
News has just reached Maui of the
death of Mrs. Christofferson, wife of
C. Chris tofferson head overseer of
Kahuku plant. Mrs. C. Chris toffer
son was very well kuown on Maui.
Her husband was 2nd. head over
seer for H. C. & S. Co. at Camp 5.
She died with Typhoid fever. Several
people at Kahuku have been quite
sick with the same fever.
Miss E. Betts formerly of Huma.
kuapoko store left for Honolulu last
Saturday for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walsh are
the first occupants of the new house
built at Makawao by Mr. H. P. Bald
win, for the use employees at the H.
C. and S. Co. during their vocations.
Vra. Searby and his brother-in-law,
Dr. Sawyer of Honolulu made a flying
trip to Haleakala in the early part of
R. M. Overend is at thq Puunene
Hospital for treatment for an injured
Mr. W. P. L. Bett, departed for
Honolulu on the Claudine last Satur
day. He will return next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sparkes drove over
from Kihei and visited with Mrs.
Belt, Saturday and Sunday.
A Small Blaze.
In some unaccountable manner a
small fire occured in the Wailuku Cem
etery Tuesday afternoon. Luna Osmer
of Wailuku plantation was passing
the cemetery and noticed the blaze.
He called upon some natives near at
hand and with thr-ir assistance formed
a bucket brigade and finally put the
Tho grass wMo'.i was dry a thaler
e.isi'y caught tho bhu- and before as
sistance could control the flro, about
half the grass and in simo instances
the palings around tho graves were
Third Reprcscntatlvo District, Territory of llawai'.
Wo do hereby call the Republic id PruoincU to co:no toHher
upon the 6th day rf August, 1901 to noaiiuata Delogatet for lot al
conventions to be held in tho following district-?, on Prid iy. S ;t.
2. 1004, for the purpose of notnin t'rig cnudid itosj fur reprosjiiti
tives cn the Republican Ticket.
OF. NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO WHICH EACH PRECINCT IS
ENTITLED, THE BASIS OF APPORTIONMENT AND PLACE
OF HOLDING THE CONVENTION.
Precinets Highest Itep. Vote DcU-.itcs .Vljjtini Plae
1st Precinct, Kalaupapa 107 l
2nd " Pukoo &I ft
-)rd " LUiaina M &
4th u Hanulcohau, 14 1
&ta ' Laaui ti 1
bth u WulluJUu m 14
1th t4- Kuhului 8
8th il Kidel li 1
Uth " Makawaa 53 &
lUth " Hamaukapoko UH 15
lllh h1 Huelo 2;i l
12th. " Keanae 32 3
liih, " Uuuu Ml 1
Uih " Kipabulu 4b' - 4
154b " UiupUku ID 2
Operator Kinney reports 1'iat the
Wireless business is increasing. He
has all that be can attend to, from 7
a. in. to 6 p. m. The sigtmi are very
satisfactory at present About, two
weeks ai.'o a sm vl I g tscluie engine
was iiiKtulled at Harbor's Point.
This is employed to charge the bat
teries ot that stati m eve-y morning
Owing to this improvi'men,' , tli-' si.'
uals from II inolul J ai'e louder u.i i
more distinct than fi rm 'fly, and it
is much eiisio" 1 1 roa t 1 1 in.
Ernest C iclett has oecn cheered
in his Wins by a numoer of iui crest
ing papers from his form -r toaehor,
who is pjs.:!.nf aor va .I em in P.-uu
John W. D. H ise iviviUy took
passage for H.wr w n-re his wite
and her sister h .!' boon pltas-antly
located lor several wee.s.
Tuere is no naturul waterfall nt
lonokohn", h it i smviII slron'!i d
i ...' i ) il o;v"'
- .1 c
j'.i !i tn.
Yoiin Rc;uhk'cMnH .V;ct.
Tiie Wauice an.l '.Vaii nn .rU p.i: dicun
Club hold u rnu icig ir-t eii.ig,Mie fi ; st
public one si' co tle'ir n e.ont forma
tion, on Thursday evening at ti c na
tive church, W aihee.
Delegate V. T. Robinson, the firs',
speaker, Wild in an int eresting manner
of his experience at the National Con
vention. Judge McKay, ''aik was mostly ott
the b notits an.l iiti . " ; unc'. of or
Ionized eli b and tl.eo power of rec
ognition af hendqijartt rs. Judge
McKav ts foll.ove-i by W. F.
Crockett who illustrated his happy
leinarks by word pietures of a char
acter ens-iiy cimci ived.
In tho absence of Judg" K po'.k. i,
who It was Intended fhon'd iustall the
oflicers, W. J. Coelho dre'v their at
tention to their duties as ijoriil e-tizens
and the re.sponsibilitie they, tis young
republicans, must f boulder.
The meeting was full to overflowing
and the speakers were attentively
listen to and lustily cheered.
Kahului'tt Won Easily.
Sundays base ball game was or.ly
one mora of a series of disappoint
ments to the spectators, ana proves
conclusively that the teams are not
taking the interest in the sport that
The News has previously boon re
guested to call the attention of the
captains of the various teams to the
l ick of enthusiasm exhibited by the
players, but refrained, yet at the
same time the patrons of the game
must have some coM8ider.it ion.
That the teams now in the league
can play good exciting ttall is shown
by the games played earlier in the
season. Lack of the right spirit which
makes the individual players desirous
of team practice is where the trouble
r.issib'y iho eiy vljtorv i f 'he A .
Mauis over t'c Pi!.ia!vtis has had
something to do triMi It, in that tr
leeli') provai s that team work is
Fo'.Io.vln is ll.o -core by innings.
1 2 :i I 5 a 7 3 '.)
Ka'.itiluw 3 7 3 :: 1 0 0 1 : 21
Wailuku 30002202 0 15
( Court House, Pukuo
2 p. in
Co irt House, 7 p. m.
Puunene Ofli e
2 p. in.
7 p. in.
Co rt Hou.-e
2 p. m.
Puu aii Oflice 2 . .
- V?. F. POGUE,
tb f.t ' E,.Com.,
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Tin dinner iVut! servi
CALL No. 5.
A Convention of the District Com
mittee of the Third Represent;! tive
District w tl be held at Lnhnlno Court
Housp, fdihaina, on the 5th day of
Sept., 1905, at 10 a. m for the pur
pose of organizing and nominating 2j
candidates for the Seiiafp and 6 can-!
iliilntes for the House of li 'presenta-i
W. F. I'OGCE, i
Chairin vn Ex. Coir.
Election of Officers.
At t ie annual mooting of the Maui
Lund Co., Lt'd. held this week, the
following were elected to serve dur
n g the ensuing year.
Young Fun Teung Present
YoouLg Young. ...Sec' and Tresis.
Y in? Toiler A'.i litor
YiiO'J N'Or YOUXG,
! Y..iiu'. i, A i'. 1), VMM. 1 3t.
I P 1 1 MAPI
IJeiiiu it u.'Xt session
Tiie sell 10I has r.io'n for n'lout fif
leen more girls. Parents. wishing to
send tio ir children shoul.l coumiuni
cutii at oiic. with
Ail ) i s nis holding deeds to bur.ial
wb ;u the VVailuu Cemetery Asso
ciation are ri q;osted to communicate
wil'i tiie uiiders-ignej at once.
U. A. Me KAY, Chairman
C 'inetery Committee,
Wailuku improvement Association.
Wailuku, Maul, T. H. August l.VM'4,
Atortgajjee's iNotiwe of Intention
to Foreclose und oi Snlc.
Notice is hereby given that the
sale of 'he mortgaged premises under
that certain mortgage from George
m: Tl .... i, l . .!....
u. Kjiiier tu ueiirj r, waiuw in,uuiti.'
July 28ih, 1S90, reeorded in the Of
lice of '.tie Registrar of Conveyance's
(n lioer 121!, pages J5., 15G and 157. a
sale of .vhich premises was Hi st ad
vertised in the "Mauj News, under
dates of June 18, 23 and July 2 and U,
1901, to tjko place on Monday, July
11, 1901; aud which sale? wrs there
after, by areemtnt betwpen f!l par
lies interested, postponed to take
place on Monday, July 25th. 1904,
has, by further agreement between
all parties interested, boon again
postponea to take place, and paid
sail will occur, on Monday, August
8th, 1904, such postponed sale to be
bad at the same hour and place and
subject to the same terms as provid
ed for in the original notices of fore-elo-iuro
and sale as In snid "'Maul
Xe. .Va" men i inn il.
I Tin iilmv .iai' ha 'train lii"'il DOst-
jionod io.J .ml .y, AntfUst 21, !1)U at
mio ame place mi 1 i i.o s nno hour.
H V. ,i.Vr . Mfl te.-ee.
D. n. cai-:t w-.- , f,- m ..,-iuop.
Wail i'.-.i, A a li, 1D.I1. 2a id.
Contractor & Du'lde r
II .USKIDI.11 S VlVl lES
F.MXTS 'ttl. :'i C l.A-iS
Market Street, V.'uil jliu
Market Sr. Waiu ku
DYE.i AND JLEANER
Cieuniay. Dyiln and Ilepairiuo
Satisfaction yuarau'.eeU. Give me
A call. Prices- I't-usoDublo.
.... Send 7uc 11.00 1.25
or 11.50 for a iiicebo. of Chocolate
aud confections, seat jiost or freight
''"e v.,y oai'iof liu Isl-.m's.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
i Rttn Than Fvpp
equipped to supply you with
BASEBA L, TENNIS. POLO. GOLF
AND CRICKET GOODS.
NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
We Restrin Lawn Tennis Rackets
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When You Begin
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your first stop wil' be to p r -cure home furniture -of the nn
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Ve can assist you greatly In properly and economically
selecting furniture furniture that will last and always be in
good taste. We have a suprior stock to choose from and will
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prices are the lowest in this city.
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yoan Building Corner Hotel Stat, Honolulu
DO Y3UR OWN PA1ISTING
CARRARA MIXED PAINT
We vil fe id you color cards 'and price?.
No other Paint will give suc'i good service.
If you wa it a
COLD WATER PAINT
Send or a color card ot MAGNITE
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Importers and Jobbers of Gen'l Mdse. P. O. Fox 246, Honolulu, T. H
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And chalk's as good as milk,
When thirty inches ma':e a yard
And cotton equals silk,
When fourteen ounces make a pound,
One hundred days a year,
Then other brews will be as good
as Prl'mo Loejei Beir'
has all the wonderful tonic properties
of the choicest imported hep-?. w
ALL MAUI DUALSRS SELL IT.
lZ OCT .NEXT TO IATURE
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