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The round house ot K(
pleted, and stalls ttare'
.r A. N. bui.'rd' theand Ellpn Sin.vthe at Kahulul on
nolulu Optician, elsewhere In MV "em,, ""U!"
Wailukus and Morning Stars
ball at WellB rarn
Mpine Club ot w
t- the summit of Hale
. t-t I 1 . lunVn
if kin of the van
analB.of Wailuku is local atfeot
or the Prudential ,' ....
See in this week's issue the hew
program ot dates issued by the Maul
Board of Registration.
If you want the Quest grades of
" cigars carried in town yoa will fiud
them at the office of the Maui Hotel.
Commencing on September 6, the
News will run a six page edition for
local circulation until after November
There have been quite a number of
travelling men from Honolulu on Maui
this week, and they find business
Every Maui delegate to the Repub
lican convention at Hilo should make
a special point of being present in
Governor Carter has announced his
intention to visit Maui early la Sep
tem ber and r pend a week here looking
after our interests.
Japanese gardeners in the vicinity
of Wailuku are quite successful in
growing okra, celery, lima beans
and other succulent vegetal lcs.
A heavy downpour of rain on ce
tral Maui on Monday afforded much
relief to the plantations and cattle
ranches, as rain was badly needed.
The citizens of Wailuku thoroughly
appreciate what our Improvement
Association is beginning to mean, and
the sub-committees are doing good
The Republican District Convention
meets t. Lahaina on Monday, Sept
ember 5, for the purpose of nominat
ing two senators and six representa
tives. y Primo Lager is the choice of con
noisseurs. It is the brew of quality
and absolute purity, and is delightful
, in its rich hop flavor. Sold every
Next week's issue will contain a
- two page supplement devoted to re
publican educational campaign mat
ter, and an extrasheet will be issued
every week till after election.
On page 4 of this issue will be found
the time schedule of the S. S, Mauna
Loa, for one month ahead of time.
This schedule will be corrected week
ly for the convenience of News read
, The road between Wailuku and La
haina is becoming auite rough for
lack of work, especially between the
pali and Lahaina. It surely ought
not to cost-much to at least fill up the
Millions of McCall patterns are sold
annually and give entire satisfaction
as they are most perfect, most prac
tical, most stylish and most econom
ical. See ad of E. W. Jordan and Co.
n this issue.
Ater going; to press today, the
News will move into the building re
5fcntly vacated by the First National
4 Bunk. This is rendered necessary by
the increasing business of the News,
which is growing with the town.
The Wailuku Improvement Associa
tion are making progress in several
Wdireetions, notably in the matter of a
dumping ground for garbage, in the
matter of tree planting, and in tak
ing steps to renovate the cemetary.
Superintendent Bal of the water
works and Mr. Meek of Honolulu are
busy this week putting up the hy
drants recently received for Wailuku
and Kahului. Please send along the
hose and hose carts, Mr. Superin
tendent of Public Works.
Now for a sanatorium in WailukuVI
where the best medical skill, combined
with the most delightful and health
ful climate on earth will give back to
us our stricken sons and daughters.
Such an institution will pay in every
sense of the term.
J. IIopp A Co. the pioneer furniture
house of Houolulu calls the attention
of the News readers to their most
complete stock of household furni
ture, and the famous Ostermoor pat
ent elastic felt mattresses, especially
adapted to tliii climate. Tbey solicit
. Kiakona-Smythe Wedding.
Atout one hundred und fifty peo-
I " ' 8 " Dome map-
.! rlaijeceremonv ot Clias Kiulmim
. .4 PiiA.ln n....t.... A ... no
Vated and the bridal hnwpp .i
))tnposed of fenia ttm, 8nal, whil(.
Tlie bride wus given away
nor, Judge A. N. Kepoikai,
he groom is by trade a machinist
puunene Mill and received his ed
ion at Kamehameha School while
' tirlde was a student at Maunaolu
tl Kohala Seminaries.
-v joun mil.' v.-us
Einr v.-us lust man and
Minnie juauey unaesmatc.
Mr. and Mr. Kiakona were the
recipients of man. hi-arty congratu
lations. Reverend Isaac D. Iain performed
the ceremony After tut ceremony
a luau and dance were Heir).
Stars II, Kahulul 9.
The Morning Stars scored a victory
over the Kahuluis at Wells Park Sun
day in what for the first tin ec innmys
portended to be a close fight, but
eventually frn out raiher one sided
and slow. The lack of team work was
again iiotlcahle, us the, several fum
bles, wild throws and slovv fielding
shown by the record of the game will
In the fourth inning the Starsbroke
the former good fielding of the Ka
huluis by piling up four runs. For
the Kahului this inning 'showed nil,
in fact they made no more runs until
the seventh when Morris after malt
two bagger scored. The last
of the eighth brought the KahU'
four more runs and had they play
ed together in their fielding of balls
earlier in the game, the possibility of
a different wind up of the game would
have been excellent. The Stars were
naturally favorites from the start
some even being willing the chance
it at three to one, yet withal that
there is as much room for improve
ment in the team work of the Stars as
in the other teams.
Following is the score by innings.
M. Stars 1 0 1 4 2 0 1 2 0- 11
Kahuluis 00100014 3- 0
There was an exhibition of war
pictures at the Japanese theatre
Mr. Henry Dickenson and family
have returned from the mountain
Vee Shun, the well-known Chinese
resturant proprietor, was married a
few days ago. A number of guests
attended the wedding feast.
ids vvo ning ouuiety nas several
handsome flags, which are displayed
on7 festive occasions.
Riding Party Up Iao.
The Misses Cummings gave an out
ing and luau up Iao Valley last Sun
day, In houor of their guest, Miss
Mary Chillingworth of Honolulu. The
party comprised, Messrs Ed. and
George Keeuey and J. T. Thompson
of Puunene, Ford. Il ins of Kahul d.
Harry Holt of Honolulu, T. B. Lyons
and Noa W. Aluli of VVailuku, Mrs.
GyH. Cummings, Miss Nancy, Moilie
d Etta Cummings,, Mrs. Dorcas
Richardson and Mrs. T. Cummings.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brittain return
ed on Wednesday from a vacation in
(he Oahu metropolis.
The steamer "Maui" brought a fine
sorrel driving mare and too buggy
for R. M. Oveiend.
W. P. L. Bett returned from Ho
nolulu on the "Maui."
A goodly numoer of Puunene resi
dents have been suffering from
ptomaine poisoning lately.
August Toelluer left last Saturday,
I and Ernest Campbell now runs the
LPostOffloe and R. R. depot.
Next Sunday A. M. the Camp One
boys will play a game of ball against
the Puuneua aggregation on the new
grounds at Kahulul. ,
Word hag bee n received from Myron
Silver and "Mike" McLane the two
popular blacksmiths who left tor the
Philippines over two years ago. They
are working for a big Improvement
Co. 25 miles out of Manila, and are
well and prosperous. They expect
to take out a patent on a hemp clean
er which will make their fortunes.
Nat Black Is la Mwi'da.
Strong as the Rock of Glbrnlter.
Tlit- Hawaiian Trust Ltd. of Homo
Iulu,reireseiitei1 In- their malinger of
the Insurance Department, Mr. Zeno
K. Myers, hus jut eff"(Ued the estab
lishment of a brntu'li of their Insurance
business forth" Mnndif Mnui, umler
the manaKfiient. of Mr. C. D. Lufkin,
Cashier of the First National Hank ot
Wailuku, who is authorized to place
insuriinre iiirnltist fire, life; sickness,
Incident, burglary, plate glass,
murine losses, surety bonds iind em
ployer's liabilin, in fact everything
In the way of insiirnne".
Arrangements have finally been, ef
fected whereby the H.-iu-aiiuu Trut
Co. Ltd. will Imve the entire manay
ment for the Prudeniial Insurftnec Co.
of America in the Territory of Hawaii.
All the different pines ef insurance as
written t.y other life ir:sunni;:e Com
panies will be i.Xi in thw field, inn n
special feaiilv.- of their plans will he
' he Intermedin to, or 'i(t0.00 policv.
and participating policies will he is
su"d for inrger amounts at. a very l,.v
rate pieinium. There is probably no
Company writing business, that, is to
flay ni.-ktng ns satisfactory ditrioti
ti n selilement, us h. Prudential.
We bespeak for AJim.iyer Lufkin
great success in this new departure,
iitni l.e.ievr tho people of Maui will
welcome such an eKceHent iiri-enee-iilenl
as the estabiishmentof this com
plete insurance ageucy.
How A Rerollc HucceeMed.
t f'obably no advertiser ever Into
greater success, for n little expendi
ture, than Tom Murray. His adver
tising is so ynod that It has become
n t o.ily the la"; of the town, in Chi
cago, but it is a matter of almost
national comment. Torn Murray is
not an advertising man in the usual
sense of the phrase, lie is in the re
tail men's furnishing goods busines
and is a man who know how to ad
vertise. The July issue of the Book
keeper devotes nearly eight pages to
Tom Murray, his business and his
methods of attracting attention,
which is advertising. Mr. Murray is
quoted as saving. "In my opinion, a
man Is a fool who nowaday rents a
store, hires help and does not figure
on advertising. He had better hgure
rent first, then advertising and his
''If he does not advertise it will not
be long before he will not need help.
Had it cot been fdr advertising, I
would have been out of business the
second year. Look around youWho
are the men that succeed? Are tbey
not the advertisers? Make yourself
the talk of the town.
Immprovement Assoc IatlonConr
The following have been appointed
as the Reception and Entertainment
Committee to receive Governor Car-ter;-Judge
A. N. Kepoikai, J. M.
Kalua, Hop. H. P. Baldwin, Tl. W.
Filler, S. Keliinoi, T. H. Lyons, J. L.
Coke, H. M. Coke, S. B. Harry,
George Weight. J. N. S. Williams, W.
F. Crockett, Jas. Kirkland, W. H.
Corn will and J. K. Knhookele.
Judge McKay, acting Chairman of
the Improvement Association, has ap
pointed the following tor the coin nit
leu on 11m Sanatorium;- II. P. HjIJ.
win, Chairman. Rn Ault, D. L.
Meyers, 11. W. Killer, Dr. Weddick,
W. T. Robinson, G. B. Robertson, R.
A. Wadsworth, W. J. Coelho. Jas.
Kirkland and J Garcia.
Wednesday's Polo Game.
In Wednesday's pologime at Hon
olulu, between the Maul and Kauai
teams, the game stood S'X to four in
favor of the Maui boys at the end ot
the first hair.
In the next inning, George Wilbur
had the misfortune to receive a fall,
breaking his leg, which so weakened
the Maui team that they scored no
more goals, tho Kauai team winning
with n score of 17 to 6.
Hollister Drug Go
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Mcine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first cbuslstorex tandle
CALL No 5.
A Convention of the District Com
mittee of the Third Representative
District will be held at Lahaina Court
House, LiihiMna.ion the 5ih day ol
S- t., 1!)1, at 10 a. tn.. for the pur
pose of orgunizing and nominating 2
candidates for the Senate uud 6 can
didate!" for the House of Representa
W. F. I'OGUE,
Cliitirmun Ex. Coin.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeiiee of the Maui
Land Co., Lt'd. heal this week, the
following were elected to serve din
ing the ensuing year.
Young Fnti Teung President
ye.oiit.g Young. ...See') and Tioms
Yong Toug Auditor
YEOU NO YOUNG.
Wailuku, Aug. 15, WiK I 3c
The Governor directs that notice
tie given mat a Commission has been
issued to George. Weight, as a mvm
tier of the Board iff Kegist ration for
the Islands rf Maui, Molokai, Lanai
and Kalioolawe, in place of 1. li.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Houolulu, August lDthi 1794.
L'ORTION OF TI1E ttOAD i'UAALUIJ TO
Miioi.EA, Iana, Maui, V. II.
Proposals will be received at tdc
ofiiee of the Superintended! of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. H., until 12
o'clock m. of Sept. 7, 1904, for tin
cons' ruction of a portion of the Ro;d
Puctiihin ti) Muolea, District of liana
Maiii, T. H. "
l'i.ina and specifications are on II U
at the office of the Asst. Sunt, of
Public Works, copies of which will be
furnished intending bidders ou receipt
of $5.(10. which sum will be returned
to the bidder after he has deposited
bis bid and returned the plans und
Proposals must be submitted on th
blank forms, which will be furnished
by the Aast. Supt. of Public VVorks,
and enclosed in a sealed envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H., endorsed "Proposa1
for t he Construction of a portion of the
Road Puaaluu to Muolea, Maui, T. II.
Each proposal must contain the
full name of the party or parties
making the same and must be ac
companied by a certified check ' f &
per cent of the proposal payable to
C. S Holloway, Superintendent ol
Public Works as surety that if the
proposal be accepted a contract will
be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained
unless on tho blanks furnished by the
Asst. Supt. of Public Works, aud
delivered at the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works previous
to 12 o'clock m. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves tie
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
T. 11., Aug. 23, 19U1.
IN THE CIUCU1T COURT OF TH E SECOND
Judicial Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii. At
Chumboin. In Prubuto. In the matter ot tbe
Estituof William T. Uuckwltn, deceased.
Noricg TO C'HKUITOIU.
Pursuant to proper proceedlugs;liad la probate
la tbat bulmlt, la re the estate ot William T.
DucUwlth, tbe undersigned, Worth O. Aiken, of
Makawuo District, Maul, on tbe luth day of
AUKUst, I90J, wai duly appointed Administrator
with tbe will anuuxed, tiled Ills bond, and qual
Itied as such, and on tbe Hiimo day bud Issued to
blin Loiters of Administration with tbe will an
nexed. All creditors of said Estate are hereby duly
notified to prustut tbulr claims, duly authenti
cated, and with tbe proper voucher. If any exist,
oven it tho elulm Is secured by mortgage, tn tbe
understood, either at his icldenee or pluee of
business in said District of Makawao, Island of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from date ot this notice (said date belnn the
date of tbe Unit publlo.ttlon of said notice) oth
erwise such clutui, If any, will be forever bar
red. WORTH O. AIKEN,
Administrator wltb tho will annexed of the
Estate of William T. Ueckwlth.
Begins its next session
The school has room for about fif
teen more girls. Parents wishing to
send their children Khould coiuniunl
cftle aoucu with
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We have a larger uud more varied stock than kept by auy other
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We have just received, direct from New York factory, a ship'
ment of the famous
Ostermoor Patent Elastic Felt Mattresses
These are specially adapatable to this climate. We will be pleased
to furnish particulars regarding these Mattresses and solicit a
trial order. They are equal to hair mattresses and cost .a great
deal less. We keep the best wire mattresses in the City
J. HOPP & CO.
KING and BETHEL STREETS.
DO YOUR OWN PAINTING
CARRARA MIXED PAINT
We will send you color cards and prices.
No other Paint will give such good service.
If you want a
GOLD WATER PAINT
Send for a color card of MAGNITE
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