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Thero are now four lmolo hotels In
Vulluku, and all doing business.
First class jnb .nun at tlio tscaJ of
llio News Job Oflice. Send in your
Thanksgiving service was duly ob
served at all of tlto Wailuku churche.
.) Doll jiotis chiys and beautiful nights
make Wailuku achuriniug place to be
olive in, this week.
The Wailuku Meat Markc t will in
filal a lirst chiss butcher Horn the
coast on the first of the month.
Mush-ul und Fnrc? ot Alexander
Hall net Friday evrninj;. Admission
23 and 50 ceuts. Dout miss t'e fun.
Unpaid taxes are now delinquent,
tynd it is thought at present that thei e
,ill Le an unusually lony delinquent
liit ou Mat.i.
Within the next week or two ail
the m'lls on Maui will start on the
coming season's run, with a prospect
of 5 cent sugar.
Tbe Alpii.e Club, after their usual
Sunday afternoon stroll, will dine
at the residei.ee of. Dr. Armitugo
Ihe TSizaar at the residence of Hon.
II. P. Baldwin last Friday evening
was a pronounced succ:s., nvur SC00
having been netted.
The wharf at McGregor's Lai. ding
and th.! road up Ino Valley are fast
lapsing into the realms of tradition.
Cannot something be dote?
Tnose interested in Marble, Gra:iite,
Bronze, ai.d Hawaiian Blue S one
MoLuments slii 1'1'J look up f..e new
ud. of J. C Axluil .11 this istuc.
Tiic Maui II jtel has ajitiln .changed
'inaoageuient, Mrs. Curuegie having
sajceedi.'d Ueorgn Weight as mana
ger. Mr. Carnegie will be assistant
Two prospective presidents of the
United Status were uoru iu Wailuku
this 'week, one beiug a sou to Mr
tind Mrs. Dickins and the other a
son to Mr. and Mrs. Peuha'.low.
The report is current in Honolulu
that Attorney John Richardson is to
' start a democratic paper iu Wailuku
shortly. Please start it at Laliaina
John; we fight bettor at long range
Turkey was vt ry scarce for Tha::ks-
giving dinner on Maui this year, which
is another strong appeal for the small
farmor. There is goud money in a
successful poultry farm on central
The KalmlulR. R. Co. is to be com
mended tor sending a scow out to
meet the incoming pessengers on the
Claudius, rather than permitting
them to scramble down iulo a wobbly
The Honolulu Thoto Supply Co.
are steadily building up a b.g mail
order business on Maul, duo largely
to the excellence of thur goods and
their prompt and riliuvle buaiuesa
If vou want a wonder in the way of
a talking machine write to the Berg
strom Music Co. Their new modtl
Victor cun neai ly think, but like some
other people, It al.vays sj.ii aUs btfur.
Nov tlutt the duck, pl jver auJ dove
season is on, tlio-e desiring a nigh
graue sportsman's outfit, uud the
best of guus and iiiumuuiiioii should
write to the Pearson & Potter Co.
Honolulu, See new ad this waik.
Tilt) lew combination-ljck steel
door to th vault of the First National
Hauk of Wiiiluxu, recently received,
has been installed, and adds inucn to
the elegant appearance of the bank
as well as to the safety of deposits.
Some of the material for huishiu
the fioiiluiid side steps of the new
schoo.houue arrived on Tuursuuj
eve.ii g's Nevadan', uud it is now
thought thai the buiioi.ii,' will i.ol be
occupied imil alter tim Christmas
The auto iu various forms has made
its appearance on Maui, audnotwith
standing preliminary mishaps, it is
destined tc put the livery stables out
of commission before many years,
u well us to stimulate good roads on
The Frateral Order of Eagles num.
bers two un mtr rs among the recent
urinals ut Wailuku, Mr. Wilson of
tlie mechanical department of the
N aws and Mr. HawU-y of tiie Wui
Meat Mai set being ineinuei s of that
OrJi-r. An Aerie may some day be
established hjie if a membership of
forty U secured.
Up Country Notes.
The B.'zaar gjveu al the home of
II. P Baldwin last Friday evening
wa a great success both financially
and socially. The spacious lanai was
artistially decorated fud illuminated
for the occasion and many ntti'actions
were to Lc found at the various
.Tin' Japanese booth iu charge of
the Misses Sn.llh wus gorgeous in its
variety of oriental colorings. Near
this was a very pretty hankerchief
booth under Mrs. Murdoch and Mi-s
Sin flUld. .
. Mrs. D. Von Tempsky and M:-s
McGowan were busy all ev, ning ut
thegcuilouieii's boo Ch where one could
Liel most anything desired.,
Mrs. W. A. Baldwin anJ'vMiss
Alexander t . the candy booth- sol. I
quantities of de'iclous homemide
Mrs. F. F. Eahlwin's lemouadc
booth was a study in yellow.
Tbe doll booth and fish pond both
had thrir following and dii a rushing
Refreshments were served in an
udjoiuinfe room and were all one could
Under the supervision of Mrs. II.
A. Baldwi , and assisted by her pretty
waitresses the Misses Crook, Flem
ming. Peck and other one wa
daintily ond quickly served.
15. for the close of the' eveuing
many of the bootns were sold rut and
what remained was sold at auction so
that quite a neat sum was realized by
those in charge.
Special trains were run from al!
directions e:.d quite a largo crowd
was in attendance. .'
Hon. H. P. Baldwin went tollono
h lu by the Mauna Lou Mouday even
A lot of new Japanese arrived in
Kubului by Steamer Maui list Sun
day morning: . - ,'
It is rumored that several of our
prominent j oung men may venture
upon the sea of matrimony.
Mr Geo. H. Cummings for some
time past conductor on the Kahului
Rai. road severed his connection with
that hue last Saturday. Mr. .Cloud
Kinney of Lahaiua has taken his
O. Amundsen returned toPuunenc
by Wednesday Claudine.
lie. Dubois formerly head hina at
Kilki returned to Maul Wednesday.
Spreckelsviile Plantation began
cutting cune Thursday and the mill
will start ou Monday.
The Bark Fu'lerton finished tlis
cbartiug her c-rgo of oil at Tuesday
and will return direct to San Fran
cisco. Macnaoiu Seminary was closed
Tuesday because of a slight eukleinie
of typhoid fever which broke out
among the studeuts.
Tuauksxivhig which fell on Thurs
day the 24th. was nut observed by ti.e
plautatious. ' ' '
J. N. S. Williams ar.d family re
turned (ruin Honolulu Wednesday.
Alexander 11 out, EutertuintnciiU
What ; prom'.ses tic- be a very
aiU aciivc U..d eniei'luil'iiiig function
is auuouuceci for next Thursday eve
ning, DeceiaLit-r I, (o. Fi id ay eveu'n.g.
if Tharsduy Is stormy.) at the Al
Iho en tei lainment will consist- of a
Musical, at which our best loeul tal
ent will appear, to be followed by a
fared, "What's in a Ntine," wi'h the
following cast of characters:
"Miss Emily Coddle," Mrs. Ather
ton; 'Mi-, Bodwuddler Cuddle. Emi
ly's father," Mr. George Keeney;
'Mr. Warner Buckley, a writer uud
ISuiiiv' Lover," Mr. VV. W. Wescott.
Alexander House means so much lo
ur you eg people that any enU-rtaiu-uent
given for its beuelit should le
eive lieaity siippori. Aside from
that, the entertainment for next
Fnuuy eveuing will be' one well
worth atteudbiice, and tueNews be
spea.s a full house.
Admissii'U, 25 cents; reserved
seal?, 50 ceuls.
Minlste ' Institute.
On la-it Monday there was held a
sesoii.u of tiie Mini&ters Institute al
Kaahumiiuu Church, Wailuku ten
pastors ueiutf present. The morning
was given to a jUuily of tba lives of
the patriarchs Isaac und Jacob. In
the al'teruoou soi uion l.L.us wu.e (lis
jussed und aUn the topic, The Relig
ion Education of tlie children. A
committee was appointed to report
further ou this important mutter.
There was a very pleasant select
party and dance, at the palace home
of Mr. F. H. Hayselden lost t?aturt.ay
evening. The feslivit'es were con
tinued until a late l.nur.
Overseer F. Stark recently return
ed fi'.im a visit to California L ringing
ii father and m .tlicr with hirn.
Genrgp Freeland, mauni'cr of the
Pioneer Hotel, e:ij iyed !iia brief vaca
tion iu Honolulu, uud is agniu ouduly
at the Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. J S. Ralston n re now
coinforta'ily situated at the Wireh ss
Ollice. Op- rat i K ilston has h id
long cxpi iiei.et in t'ue lelegrufhic
art. IK- oo.ns.ei.CL'd us tin operator
mi land lines in the S'.ates. Coming
to the Island he scon become familiar
with the w ireless system, ond was as
signed to duly on La iai. Ueiemain
ed there far u cousiderujle length of
time. Su j&eqneu'lv lie wu transfer
red to Vlouoli.lu. Owin lo tlie high
wind ou Mo.iduy l.lgnt, Mr. Ralaton
found ituecessary to devote most of
his time on Tuesday morning to
slrenghtciiing tlie i.uys of the tal.
Dcuth of Mrs. D. L. Ricj'er.
The many friends of Mr. D. L.
Mey;r of Waihiku were grieved ou
Thursday to Irani cf ihe deatli of his
wife who has for some time been a
victim of consumption. Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer have long been esteemed res
idents of Maui, und have reared a
largo family. Tht condolence of the
eutire community i tend. -red to the
bereaved husband and children fur the
loss or a beloved w ife and an affec
tionate mother. Mrs. Meyer v.us 4i
years of age.
The (unerul was held yesterday un
der the auspices of the Catholic Mis
sion Church, and the remains were
iuiei'icd iu the Cttholie cemetery.
HALEHAKU ONE ROOM SCHOOL
HOUSE WITH TEACHER'S APART
MENTS. Sealed proposals will he received at tlie
office of the Supt. of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. II., uutil 13 o'clock tu. of Dec.
12, 1904, for furnishing all materials and
labor for constructing a One Room School
house with Teacher's Apartments at Ha
lehaku, District of Makawao, Maui.
I'iaus aud specifications are ou file at
the office of the Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, and with V. O. Aiken, School
Ageut, Makawao, Muui, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of fo.oo, which sum will be return
ed to the b dder utter he has deposited
hU bid a:.d r. turned the plans u..d
I'roposa.s must be submitted on b'. tuk
forms which will be Xai.ii.iedby tlie Asst.
Supt. of Public Woras, and W. O. Aiken,
School Agent, iiiakanau, J.iui, una en
closed iu a seuiea c.veiupd uddrcascd to
Hou.C. S. II jiio.v.i, &u2.eriutwiiileut u
Public V,'ori:s, li jiu.ulu, T. II., eudors.('.
"Propcsai fu.' u One ivuji S-UOUi-hoUje
with Teacher's A( a- -ieuts ut Hulchuku,
Distr.ct of .1 a'..ai u, .'.Iui."
lncU piopvisa. ui it ee.1iw.1i11 the full
nauie o the pary or parties uiakiug the
same aud must be accoulp-tuitu by u
certified cheek oi j per ecuiof iheauiuuut
of the propos;il payable to C. S. Holloway,
Superiii'tndeiit 01 i'liijiie WorUs as surety
tUat if &e prjpo.ha. be a-..cx .C c-l.-tract
will be uiiUreS intu.
No pro,josal w.ll 'm eliterUined unless
mndeou t'.e Dlu;:ks iara.slieJby the Asst.
Sapt. of 1'u'uiic Works, and delivered a.
the o.iiee oi the iiaperiuwendeiitof i'ub.ic
Works previous to o'eiock iu. on ti.C
The Super. .ueuuent of Public Works
reserves .he rialit to reject any or all bius.
C. S. IIJi.LClWAY
Superintendeu. 01 Public VVorks
Honolulu, T. ii., Nov. 2., 1-14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE SECOND
CUtCLVr TLiULTOit V O.- UaWAII.
AX UUAUiiKUa IN PHOUATK.
In tlia niiHior of the uxtmo of HaZELELE
TONM li. K. K NLTA Duuubul, Ul u( Wuiluku
! OitiJEit FOit NOTICE Ci'' HEAitlNd PETI
TION FOU Pit JU.iTE oP WiLL.
A dooumuul pui-p.rlliig to bt the luitt will
and tt)Hiuiuut ol Hazuleiupoul K. K. K. Nut
doeunHl, liuvlntf ou iLo Wtb Uuy of NovemUor
A. L. IbiU beuu prtiiieDlcU to hu.U pruOu.ti Court,
uud a FuCiliiiu (or ton yrobutu IhHr.H.i, aud for
tho Iatiuuucti ol LoitertiTeittuxiicumry to J. Nua
tauvlaij b.i.;u UKd by said J. Nun.
It la beruuy ordvrud, tbat Vt odsstiay, hs Hlb
duy of December A. D. Ho4 at lu o'clock, A. M.,
of as id day, at tiie Court Koou ol i-aid Court, at
Wailuku, Maul, bo and llio s.uuih bcroby k ap
poiuted tbe Uma aud plucu for urovtuj aald will
aud bearlutf auld application
It ii furtUar ordered, lb.it uotloe thereof be
t,'leu, by puhllcattoo, odco a ell for four a o
cosaive weeka, iu tbe "Maul Newa" aud 4,Nupo
pu Kuokou" uuwupapera publlabe 1 lu Wailuku,
Muui, auJ liouolulu, Oabu.reapectlvely tbe liut
publicatiou to be bo t less tban tun daya prev loua
lo the liiue therein appointed for bearlutr.
Dated ut Wailuku, Maul, November 16, 1W1.
EY THE COUBT.
iSdj EX.MDM0 H. Bart.
Not. as, Deo. -10-11.
R'JLE AND REGULATION BV THE
HOARD OF COMMIS 5IONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY,
CONCERNING IHE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
CF BIRDS, REITIL'IS AND IN
SECTS INJURIOUS OR DETRL
MENTAL TO AGRICULTURE,
HORTICULTURE OR FORESTRY.
The Eour.l of Commissi oiurs of Agri
culture and Forestry hereby aiake the
following Rule and Rcgu'.a.ion;
SECTION 1. For the purpose of pre-
serving and protecting the forests and
the agricultural and horticultural in
terests of the Territory of Hawaii, all
persons, companies aud corporations
are hereby prohibited from importing
or introducing into the Territory cf
Hawaii or into any of its ports for the
purpo.se of debarkation into the said
Territory, any live animal or animals
kuowu as "Flying Fox" vPteropus) or
'F'ruit Eating Bat," or any crustacean
known as "Lmd Crab," or any other
auiaial, bird, reptile or insect injurious
or liable to become injurious to forests,
trees, plants, or other vegetation of
SECTION 2. If any animal, bird,
reptile or insect is imported or intrO'
duced into the Territory of Hawaii, or
into any of its port9 for the purpose of
debarkation into the Territory of Hawaii,-
contrary to law or this rcgula
lution, the same shall, iu the discretion
of the Bourd of Commissioners of Agri
culture aud Forestry or its duly au
thorized agent, officer or inspector, be
immediately destroyed or departed at
the expense of the importer or intro
ducer, and t!i( person or persons or
corporation introducing or importing
the same shall be guilty of a misde
meanor and shall be liable to the pen
alty or penalties provided by law.
SECTION 3. This regulation shall
take effect from and after the approval
thereof by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 19, 1904.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Oct. 25, 1904.
GEORGE R. CARTER,
l3-3t Governor of Hawaii.
RULE AND REGULATION BY THE
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
OP FRESH FRUIT FROM EAST
AND WEST INDIES, ASIA, AUS-
TRALASIA. OCEANICA, MALAY
SIA, MEXICO, CENTRAL AND
The Board of Commissioners of Agri
culture ond Forestry hereby make the
following Rule aud Regulation:
SECTION I. For the purpose of pre
venting the introduction into the Ter
ritory of Hawaii of fruit flies, their
larvae or pupae' and other insects in
jurious or liable to become injurious to
trcsa, jlanU, fruit or other vegetation
ol' v-iuc, nil persons, companies and
corporations are hereby prohibited from
introducing or importing into the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, or into any of iu
ports for the purpose of debarkation
iulo the suid Territory any fresh fruit
from East or West Indies, Asia, Aus
trulasia,, Occanica, Malaysia, Mexico,
Central or South America.
SECTION 2. If any fresh fruit shall
be imported - or introduced iuto the
Territory of Hawaii, or iuto any of its
ports fur the purpose of debarkation
into the Territory, contrary to law oi
this regulation, the same shall, in the
discretion o. the Board of Coinuiis.
sioncrs of Agriculture aud Forestry or
its duly authorized agent, ohlcer or in
spector, be immediately destroyed or
deported at the expense of the importci
or introducer, aud the person or per
sons or corporation introducing or im
porting the same shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor aud shall be liable to the
peualty or penalties provided by law.
SECTION 3. This regulation 6hall
take effect iroui and after the approval
thereof by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct, 19, 1904.
C. S. 1IOLLOWAY,
October 25, 1904.
CE0RG3 R. CARTER,
lj-3t Coveruor of Hawaii,
Better Than Ever
Dq. tipped to" supply you with
BASEBALL, TENNIS, POLO, COI.F
AND CRICKET GOODS.
NEW GDCDS Y0.1 TKE .IEACON
We R:strini Lawn Tennis Rackets
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd I
I'. O. Dox irfi. H31 l'ort St., Uwnuhiiu, 11. X. t
Tlie Oldest EstablisSicd Furniture Sious 0 in tim lslai ds
We hav.e a larger aud moro varied stoult thnn kept by uu.v other
firm in the same line, ruiniture roivtiriu-j d mu shilll'uily ai.1
quickly by experts.
We have just received, direct from New York f.ictory, a shtt
ment of the famous
0sterm3r Pctunt Leslie Felt Mattresses
These are specially adapntablu to tliis cliiiuite. We will bo plwiseu,
to furnisli particulars reirardiug these Mattresses nn.1 solicit f
trial order. .They are equal to lihir mattresses anil cist a great
deal less. We keep the best wire uiatlrosses u; t iie Oity.
J. HOPP & CO.
KING and BETHEL STREETS,
Pacific Hardware Co., Lt?d
Absolutely sab and reliable, "saves time, fueWnd
temper, once tried, always used.
1 burner $5.50 2 barners $3.59 3 burners JO
Securely crated oi shipping
Fort and Merchant 8ts., Honolulu
; the.Poctoc Ordered
TU wonderful tonic
properties of pure hops
combined vjilh solute
The loy or gir! with a "mo.vaic" is fixed for uii
;un tliat's iiiaiiuciivc too.
lvery iia)' in tnc Ilawu.iuU - ear has a c'iaii.i .'or
ti.e j:-CktUc tajwet,
l.c: the new models, $1 and $4 ut
WOODS fi S3ELDCN
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