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Tlic Tuit niul llimaktiapnl;om:lls
will commence Eriiid'.nR Xowinbcr 'J8j
AVailuku has borm; rt buy aspect
all week, wiili quite u iiu:rjubi,..,-qf
visitors n town.
ivOiuiiuiou? Riiowc-.s 11119 work nre
adding, ninny thousands of dnlla to
co-ti ill Maui's sugar crop.
Tho Ni-vadun is due in Honolulu
from 111 "i Coast tomorrow, and bliould
reach Ku'.iului on Tui sday or Wed
nc jdiV '. '
1'unnf'iip Mill is scheduled lo com
'mence ils Sanson's run on the 28lh
inst., wiili good pi-obpccts for n 40,
4)00 ton ei'or.
Wni'ukii is ri'j.iieinj,' in beautiful,
bright inociili;,' it niht.', end u baud
concert bv the Wniiuku brass band
would be hi ord ?r.
-. Wednesday ' mail brori.l ilip jlad
new t'.iat taw suyur has rcacliKi the
4 coul mark, and tra.t the pr co of
gufar stocks is fis: n
Egys are painfully Rcarce in Wni
iuku, and will probably rcnia'n so fcr
the next, '.mnih, which is llie moult
liij.hoason for Wailuku poultry.
The iror.thly mt-oiiiig of the Plant
ers Association, r.nd the .meeting of
Stock Drci'dcrs' Association were
both held in Honolulu this week.
Uids for the construction of the
Vailuku Jail and Fire Department
ttuildiojr were closed at i.ocn on Wed
nesday, but reopened to Nov. 23.
The Republican Excutive Committee
of Maui met at. AVailuku yesterday
to Mintl up election- matters and at
tend toothe; important mutters
The cane on the Wa'iluku Planta
tion is' fast muturinir, and the lix
whittle at the mill will sound for busi
ness about the first of December.
Next Thursday, November 25, U
Thanksirivinjr Day. and should ba
universally observd, os Maui has
much to be thankful for this year.
The News has secured iv compe
tent foreman from tliu Coast who is
nn expert in j.ib work. Sen I us your
job orders, if vou want quick, neat
u:id cheap returns. .
The election of George Opp to the
WMslaturo leaves vacant tins olli ;e
of Dej-.uly Tax Assessor ft r Makawao,
nnd Judge Copp is spokeu favorably
of for the position.
The Annual Meeting of the Teach
ers' Assocl. lion of Ma-ii, which was
t.ohaveben held at Wailuku next
Friday has b en postponed to some
tini-! in Jannarv, ihe dale f n' which
h.v-i nut be. a lixctl.
Brewer !i Co.. ha ve decided to build
a new will for the Wuiluku Piunla
lion, it the end of the orl-scut grind
wig season, and it is li be completed
by December 1, li)()5.
Vlie. STuiluku Dramatic & Musical
S.ieietj' Jir.ve selected a comedy and
ftiwiued the cast. An interesting
treat will be afforded ty them, at a
la'er date; not yet fixed.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Copeland of Wailuku
took. & trip to Lahaina- and return on
.tiieir uato last S;ifu''dny, which was
;tif ? a. feat considering ihe hills and
sandy roads to be encountered. .
Four Japanese reserves left Ka
iiulut and three left Lahaina on last
Saturday, afternoon's Claudine, for
the seat of war.- They wf re tendered
jousiug ovations by their enthusiastic
country man., .. t . . ..
A change in the editorship of the
Advertiser is expected shortly, and
Mr. Sm:th may possibly come to Maui
and engage in small fu-miug, in
partnership with Manager C. B.
Wells dt:d the News man.'
1' A crown of sand gravel has b-en
placed on the Wailuku-Kahului road
and sjde ditches cut which adds much
to the roa'J It is said that the Wai
luku' streets wiil shortly receive the
same much needed treatm-iut.
What with tha joliificalion of the
Laliaina Republican Precinct Club,
the send'off of tho Japanese and the
arrival and departure of tho usual
stt arrier to Honplulu, Lahaina wore
quite a cosmopolitan us well as met
ropolitan aspect last Saturday after
noon. A Honolulu advertiser in the Maui
News, through the columns of the
ye-corapluisant Bulletin, pours hot
ihot ihto this paper for its faulty
typographical appearance during thj
past few weeks, ' but es we have a
new $1000 Uruia cylinder press at the
"Wailuku Depot, ready to bo installed
in place' of our . present poor little
worn-out press, we move for a con-tsuance.
Lo ve.Fl!&itnd Eancc.-
The I.ai.aina Precinct Club ecle-.
brated the rciuh!icau victory by ,r
love fenst and da::ce last Saturday
afternoon ami evenhig. f
Asumptuoi.shiua was sprend unth r
ijthc banyan tree in the courthouse
yard end the public generally of West
Maui was invited to partake of the
good tliuij. h provided. Speeches were
made by Senator elect A. K. Hnyseh
den.il. cl Representatives elect. Pnilip
Pali and John Kalino, M, S. Duponte
In the evening a dance was given
at the house formerly occupied by C.
15. Olsen. Lahaina's htspitality is
well known throughout the Is'ar.di
but i 'special 'iflort' to please was
made last Saturday and very fully
apprccUitcd by those in aUetiiUinec.
JAPANESE ATTACK POLICE.
As an aftermath of the festivities
at Lahaina last Saturday one Jap
anese was , fen t to his home wl.li a
badly broken head nnd two Hatvaihns
languished in jail until Monday morn
ing. Two Ilawaiians not satisfied with
the rood thii.gs provided at the love
f. ast concluded that the only fitting
way to round out tin day would be to
"ljuiltl up" a wine jag; the con
sequence being that they became ob
streperous in front of the Pioneer
About the time that two of Lahai
na's 'finest" took the drunks in
charge, ths Japanese who had march
ed lo the wharf to see some of their
countrymen iff, summoned homo as
nn inbers of the first reserves, were
return ng home, nnd in the scuffling
between the crowd, the police and
the two Uawaiions broke into the
tanks of the Japanese. Sake
played a most prominent part
in ihe enlhusiiim of the Japai
ese and they took exceptions to
the breaking in i n their file. A riot
ensued which lasted until the two Ha?
wiiijnn had been landed in jail. Some
o! tho Japanese at'acked one of ihe
ofiicers who was trying subdue nn
unruly countryman; another officer
went to he assistance 1 1 his fellow
ofiicer when more Japanese jumped
the hitter. SiieriiT Hose seeing how
matters were goiug took a hand and
some twenty Japanese jumped him
and ixire him to the ground. The
Sheriff regained h's fooling and gain
ing possession of one of the bamboo
poiesui-eil by tho Japanese ns a ban
ner statr soon brougbt matters to
their normal conditions.
During the njele one. subject of the
Mikado received u. slinking kn ck
..Hi .in ii... icint j.f ,1... ...1
I .......... ..... i..u i in-. iiiin twin
LftTown. IT.f i lice finally cult, red the
crowd ami t arried the Insensible man
to lhe verai (la of the courthouse
when restoratives were applied and
he, w as bi ought lo, and sent home in
Up Country Notes
Messrs . I. B. Thomson and Win.
LSecrby returned from a short visit
1tr TTi-nntiili k., Ti.nt.,,. HT..
....u....u .1 j ucouu ii i; ii b ill ill!
nn Eii.a and r.iay be seen sporting a
pair of horns.
Hon. II. P. DaMwin returned Wed
nesday from a short business trip lo
Every week a few Japanese hare
been leaving Puuneno for Japan and
it is expected tt:nt many more will
soon be recalled. New laborers
arriving in their places however
nre said to be of a better class
few Koreans nre also arriving.
Mr. Jas. Kirklaud manager of Ka
hului Store is expected to arrive from
t'e coast about Nov. 25th and will
probably bring a lino display cf
Christmas goods with him.
Mr. Fred C. Baldwin manager of
ku Ranch was slightly i.rjurcl by
being thrown from his horse one day
last week, one cf his ankles being
O. Amundsen left by Saturday's
Ciaudino to spend h'.s vacation in Ho
nolulu. V. L. Boeclf goes lo the mountain
house at Makawao to recuperate for
a couple of weeks. Sprckelsville
Plantation finished the seasons plant.
Ing last week. The mill will soon be
in readiness for grinding nnd will
probably start about Nov. 28.
Several of the H. C. & S. Co's
locomotives have been converted into
oil burners and have proved very suc
cessful. Jas. Ogg left for a short trip to
Hawaii after which !:e will take a
position as engineer at the Olowalu
Dr. Diuegor returned from Hono
Mr. Ja lies l'antom cf Puunene is
tr.kr g u couple of w'eeki vacation.
'.''Mr.". G'...' hi' 'ifltcncyVcUiriicd last1
Saturday from 'a'' pleasant' Vlait to
Puijfprr.fa". , tie was i aQcfimpalnpel by
his;-. -s-istei; Miss. Catv..ci'ine . who wul
spend a few month with her sister
Mrs. J.'.f: Corrcll of Kahiilm.
...It is iieuring the holiJav? and tl ere
is a great shortage of turkeys in the
local market..., Too bad thet some of
our enterprising citizens coulo not
have forseen this. '
A Japanese laborer jumped from a
moving tra'uHast nigh and received
injurled from wlilch' he died.
Heavy showers have beer prevalant
this week and tho ' ditches and re
servi'ks are rrpoi t'd full.
Mr. E. II-Piepcr of Paia is suc
cessfully dchi'onstratins; the factthat
orange culture, or' Muui is piifi table,
as may be seen by the thrifty young
orange trees heavily laden with unoice
fruit la the rear of his hotel.
WAILUKU JAIL AND
Proposals will b3 repetved at the
office tif the Sept, of Public Works,
until 12. o'clock ui. ol Nov. 1G, 1004,
foi' Constructing Vne Wciluku Jail
and Fire Station, Wailuku, Maui,
RoVised plans" and specifications
nre on file at Ihe office of the Astt.
Supt. o.' Public Woiks, and with L.
M. Baldwin,. . . Sheriff of .Wailuku,
Maui, copies of which will be furnish
ed intenuiiig bidders on rt-ceipt of
$o.t0, which sum will be returned in
tending bidder after he has - deposit
ee, his bid and returned the plans and
Proposals must be submitted fin
the blank forms, whicji will be fur
nislied by the Asst. Supt of Public
Works, aud. Ij. M. Baldwin and en
closed in n sealed envtiione addressed
to Hon. C. S. Hollowly, Supt. of
Public. Work", Honolulu, T. H., en
dorsed "Proposul for Wailuku Jail
and Fire Station, M idi."
, Each proposal mtfst contain the
full name of ihe party: or parties
making the sarre and all persons In
terested therein ami must be accom
panied by a cer tilled check of 5 cts.
of Ihe amcunt of the proposal, pay
able to C. S. ILilloway, Supei irien.'v
ent of Public Wot ks. us surevy that
if the proposal be aeccptod a con
tract wjll bo entered into.
No proposal will be entertained
unless made on the blanks furnished
by the Asst.. Supt. cf ' Public; 5Torks
and tk livered ct 1l(n "fUjC-e of the
.Superintendent of Publlr W-ori.s pre
vious to 12 o'clock in, on tl day
Tho Si perlntendent. reserv.'s tli
right to reject, any or all bids.
C, S. Ho'io .v,
Superb. tendrnt of Public Works,
Ilonolu.u, Nov. 1, VML 12-3t
VYAJLUKU JAIL AND
Proposnls will be received At the
ollice iif tlii2 Supt. of J'ubiic- "VI brks,
1 util 12 o'lloik m. or Nov. ailnl, 11)04,
lor or,-true tin ,' ilic Wailuku Ja Hand
Fire Station, Wailuku. Maui, '. 11.
Rtivisi-tl plans anil spevitict tions
lire on li!o at liic oiiieu of I lie A.sst.
Supt. of Public Worlf, and wii li L.
M. Baldwin, ShorifT of Wailuku, Maui,
copies of w hieli will be furnislied in
tending bidders on rrcoipt of '5.U0,
wnicli iuin will bo returned in tet.d
inir b'ddcr alter lie Iiiik di-positcd his
bid aud returned tho plOn aud
l'ropojuls must ba submitted 011
the blank forms, which will be furnish
pd by tho Ais-. Supt. of P ublic
Works, and L. M. Baldwin, und en
closed 111 a senled enveloped udd -ess-pd
to Hon. C. S. Ilolloway, Sup t. of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. 11., en
dorsed "Proposal for Nuilukc Jail
and Fire StJtio::, Maui."'
Each proposal must coiitain tire full
name o the parly or parties mi king
tl'ie same and all persoi-.g interested
therein aud must accompanied, by a
certified check of 5 per cent a? the
amount of the pioposal, payable to
C. S. Holloway, Supt, of Public
Works, as surety that if the proposal
bo accepted a ion tract will be enter
No proposal will be enU'rtaini d un
less made on tha blanks fufnteb ed by
the Asst. Supt. of Publiis Work i and
delivered at the ofllce of the Supt. of
Public Works previous to 12 0 'clock
in. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the
rii'ht to reject any oc nil bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Publia Works.
Honolulu, Nov, J6tb, 1901,
RUI.'l ANI RKCU::lti6N-''BY' tuU
- VOApU OF CrtKiMlSlDNJ-IlS OF
' ' AGR ICULTt'i5 Ii AN B FORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMFORTA-
Tioi. or, iNtRODCCTioN Into
THR TERRITORY ' OF ' ilAWAII
OF BIRDS,. REPTILES. AND IN
SECTS i INJURIOUS OR DETRI.
MENTAL. TO AGRICULTURE,
HORTICULTURE, OR FORESTRY.
The Boiird of Cp::iniissi3tiers of . Agri
culture and Forestry hereby make the
following Rule anil Regulation;
SECTION l. For the purpose ol pre
serving and protecting, the. forests and
the iigricultund unci horticultural' in
terests of Ihe Territtv of Hawaii, all
persons, companies and corporations
are licrul.y prohibited from importing
or introducing into the Territory of
Hawaii or into any of it ports for the
purpose of debr.r.itioii into the said
Territory, any live animal or animals
known us "Flying Fox'' (Pteropus) or
'Fruit Eating Bat," or any crustacean
known as "Lnud Crab," pi; any other
nninial, hifd, reptile or insect, injurious
or liable to become injurious to forests,
trees, plants, or other vegetation, oi
SECTION 2. If any animal, tjrd,,
reptile or insect is imported or iutro-
tluced into the Territory of Hawaii, or
into any of its ports for the purpose of
debarkation into the Territory of Ha,-
waiir contrary to law or this regula
lution, the same shall, in the discretion
of the Boant ol C,omniissioners of Agri-
cultiye and. Forestry or its duly au
thorized agent, officer or inspector, be
:tume,diate!y destroyed or deported at
the j)tus; fl the importer or intro
ducer,, atjd tlijf jx-rson or persons or
corporatiga. iiitrodnriiig or importing
the sajjie sliall be guilty of a uiisde
meancJl imd shall be liable to the pen
alty o penalties provided by law.
SECTION 3. This regulation shall
take effect from uud after the approval
thereof by the Governor
Honolulu, T, H., Oct, 19, 1904.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Oct. 25, 1904.
GEORGE R. CARTER,
13-jt Governor of Hawaii.
RULI AND REGULATION BY THE
' BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF.. HAWAII
, OF FRESH FRUIT FROM EAST
AND WEST INDIES, ASIA, AUS
TRALASIA. OCEANICA, MALAY
SIA, MEXICO, CENTRAL AND
The Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
culture aiu v'ortstry hereby' make the
following Kwle and Regulation:
SKCTIOX 1. 1'or the puqwse of pre
venting the introduction into the Ter
ritory of Hawaii of fruit flies, their
larvae or pupae ar.d otltr insects in
jurious or liable to become injurious to
trees, plants, fruit or other vcget-ition
of value, nil persons, companies and
corporations are hereby prohibited from
intrt tlucing or importing into the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, or into any of its
ports for the purpose of debarkation
into the stud Territory any fresh fruit
from Rafct or West Indies, Asia, Aus
tralasia,, Oeenniea, Malaysia, Mexico,
Central or'South America.
SECTION a. If any fresh fruit shall
be imported or introduced into the
Territory of Hawaii, or into uny of its
ports for the purpose of debarkation
into the Territory, contrary to law or
this regulation, the same shall, in the
discretion of the board of Commis.
sinners of Agriculture and Forestry or
its duly authorized agent, officer or in
sjwetor, be immediately destroyed or
ileported at the expense of the importer
or Introducer, and the person or per.
sons or corporation introducing or im.
porting the same shall be guilty of a
misdeuicancr and shall be liable to the
peunlty or penalties provided by law.
SKCTIOX 3. This regulation shall
take effect from and after the approval
thereof by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. H., Oct, 19, 1904.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
October 2$, 1904.
GiiORGF. R. CARTER,
i)-jt Governor of Hawaii,-
Better Than Ever
DqtiippciJ to supply yqu vvlth
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; ' AND CRICKET GOODS.
NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON
Wc Restring Lawn Tennis Rackets
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Wo have a larger and moro varied stooli tli.in k,pt by imy otlii v
firm in the same line. Furniture repairing d'no skillfully a;:ti
quiclcly by experts'.
We have just received, direct from Now York tic-lory, a sh...
ment of the famous
Ostermocr Patent Bzstk Felt Hattresscs
These are specially adapatablu to this climato. We will ho pl.-asm
to furnish particulars regard ing these Mattresses im.l solicit a
trial order. They are equal to hhir mattresses and cosf a great'
deal less. We keep to best wire mattresses in t he City.
' "J, ' HOPP: & CO. '
KING ANp( BETHEL STREETS, H OXO LULU.
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Absolutely safe and reliable, saves time, fuel and
temper, once tried, always used.
1 burner $5,50 2 burners $8.50 3 burners $10.50
Securely crated for shipping
Fort and Merchant Sts., . Honolulu
properties of pure hops
combined with absolute
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fun that's instructive too.
Every day in the Hawaiian year has a charm f'or
the picture taker.
Gee the new modcta, $1 nnd $"2 at
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