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See new "Santa Claus"- a of the
Maul Drug Store In this Issim.
Tlie Si S. Arjryle, Gilboy, dlscharg
od 25,000 bbls fuel oil Into the bl oil
tanks at Kihei tbis week.
A brief but heay kona storm etruck
Maul last Sunday afternoon, but by
Tuesday it entirely abated.
A year's subscription to the Maui
4fEvs would be a neat, tirrtplv and
appropriate Christmas present to
your friends "back home."
The Musical and Farce at the
Alexander House on Thursday even
ing was quite an cnjovable as well as
financia'ly successful affair.
The Kevodnn, which brought a
l.'.rgp amount of freight to Kaliulu!,
wa' do lavd by Mm hpnvy swell, and
did not gpt away till Thursday.
C'ine cutting has started wiMi n
rush t'nls week, and the coming week
will sp Innjr train of new sugar roll-
insjlnto the Kal alui warehouses.
D.sk", spats and cIibIps are being
p!a-eu in me rooms oi ine new scnooi
julldlnsr. and nothing snve thp nn
trances now remains to be finished
A heavy surf r revailed at Kahului
all day last Saturday, washing ovpr
the hnao.h road rt hi?h tide, and
damaging the driveway to some ex
From and after Novemhnr 23, the
Aloha Saloon will serve every Satur
day the celebratpd Saratoga Punch
introduced at the St. Louis Conven
tion. PuHi? schools on Manl cIosp Decern
' bfr 16. for the Christmas holMav's
and reopen January 3, at. which time
the new schoolhouse at Wailuku will
0v'nr to the hih sjirf at Kahului
lat Saturday, the flaudino was tin
able to take on riassensrers or freight
and delaved sailing until four o'clock
The News has secured the services
of a competent joh foreman, and re
. spectfnlly asks for a fair share of
Maui job work. Sa' isfaction guaran
teed at riht prices.
Protpct. you books, and in order to
do so oroperly, write to Pearson &
Potter Co., Honolulu for catalogue
and prices of an expansible blobe-
Wernicka book case.
With pegs at fifty cents a doze
and chickens a dollar apiece, and
scarce at that, it is rather odd that
some one does not start a chicken
renche on central Maul.
In view of the fact that
travel may reasonably be expected
from now on, steps should be taken
to renovate and furnish the stone
-i ' tT.l 1 1 4
nouse at xiwieaKuia tinvei. S
The Windsor, which was formerly
:a famous resort for tourists In Vai-
Juku has been reopened under the
same management, and has already
entertained several tourist parlies.
The Likelike made the Claudine's
run this week, the latter boat laying
up to repair boilers. It Is stated
that the Claudine will be spnt to the
Coast shortly to be fitted with new
Thp lowest and only bid for the con
struction of the Wailuku Jail and F'.ri
D. partment Building was $8,647 and
sis there is only an appropriation of
vt S3. 000. the whole thing p.'ubablv go
over till tho medium of the next
NOTICE. Dr. George S. Aiken
" will be at the Custom House, Kahu
lul today, Mouduy uml Tuesday,
.where he can be found by l!;ose d sii
lag bis profushiiiu services. Here
after he will visiuKahului every three
months on professional business,
The Ladies' Guild of W.dluku will
hold a sale of fa:icy w :k, lncl. ding-i
Urge assortment of suita'tle Christ
mas Gift goods at the rcsideneo o
Mrs. G. B. Rohertson, next Tuesday
aftf rnoor.. (Dec. 6 ). comment ing at
2.30 p. m All are i:;vited to call,
News from Hana came yesteiday
morning announcing the death of
John Grunwiild, a Hungarian, at tht
ripe age of I ) years. Mr. Grunwalu
has been af Hana for tie past 25
years, ard lUs t)een a resident of the
Islands for b. years. Ho has beer
quite feeble for the past few years.
The well Known house or V, ic'.rmn
& Co. Jewelers, Honolulu, is reaching
for tr ids on Mi ui, and I as gone about
it lntellL'"ii.lv by advertising ia tht
News, l.i order trmt the Mjl-1 p;o
pie rjiay se.'i lear'y what the housr
curries an lop'k-al" a J. Is usrd a a
, stai wi; lai, vbey carry rvery;i.ingin
Up Country Notes.
A severe wind and rain storm last
ing for several hours took place Sun
day night. No damage is reported
in this vicinity
M. Lougher returned from Hono
lulu last Friday night from a several
C. W. Renear of Honolulu has been
at Puunene for several days making
some repairs o'n machinery for the
H. P. Baldwin was a returning
passpnger from Honolulu Wednesday.
Puunene and Paia mills have both
commenced grinding this season's
crop and .be N vadan may be able to
take some of this year's sjgaron her
return trip to San Francisco. It is
hoped this will reach port la time to
receive the benefit ot the present,
A number of Porto RU-ans have
been leaving this plantation lately for
Ki-ai.ao to uo'-government work
The Steamer Likelike came up
Wednesday in the place of the Clau
dine nnd had a very small passenger
list for Kahului.
The nil steamer Argvle after been
entered at the port of Kahului Tues
dav went to Kihei to Gischarge her
It in expected tLere will be a rood
game of plo at the polo grounds in
Makawao either on the dav before or
the day after New Year's Day.
The Maui Polo Club has purchased
some new ponies which are said to be
the best on the Islands.
V. L. Ooeck and James T. Fantcoe
are ones again in ineir oiu places
after eujoytng a short vacation.
Up To Dnte Meat Market.
For soma time past, serious need
for an up-to-dUe, sanitary meut, tt.-di
and vegetable market in Wailuku,
has teen felt, aud the Waiuluku
Improvement Association appointed
a sub committee to investigate the
proposition with the view of taking
stepi to secure such a buildiug. Al
though the committee, has so far
failed to accomplish its mission,
yet the Niwsls rejoiced to announce
that such a building Ik a certainty in
the near future. Mr. W. T. Robinson,
theownorof the property on which
the present meat market stands Is
perfecting plans for o large and com
tnodious meat, fish and vegetable mar
ket on the site of the present building,
and his intention now is to begin the
work early in January. The present
building including the adjoining res
taurant will be removed, and a new
two-story, building will be erected
which will occupy the entire space
Between the Aloha Saloon and th
residence of Robt. Peplowski. The
lower floor of the new building will
be laid in cement and such of the
space as is needed will be btted up
as a first class meat market. While
Mr. Robinson is as yet undecided as
to the matter of fitting additional
stalls for fish, poultry, eggs ar.d
vegetables, yet the need for such
stalls is so pronounced that they will
probably be added.
At present fish. veg6table, pork
and other sundries are spread out In
a disgusting mess along dirty,' ur.oc
cupled sidewalks, but if a proper mar
ket and stalls were provided, there
is no doubt bi t that the Sheriff's de
partment, the Improvement Associa
tion nnd the citizens generally would
stand together and force these huck
titers off the streets, provided that
rentals of space in the new market
were placed at a moderate figure
With a new market as abovp sug
gested, a sanitary inspector with full
Authority should be appointed, so
that stale nuats, fish and vegetable
could be condemned and destroyed,
i-specii lly stale fish.
At tl.c beginning ol the league sea
.sou of base ball which wai played at
Wells' Park this year, Mr. James
Kirkland, Manager of the Kahului
Store, ami. unced that h- would pre
sent the winning U-u:n with a cham
pionsl ip cup.
Although tho terminat'ouof the
'c-ague games was almost a fiasco,
owing to the defection of some of the
teams, notably t-io Wailukus, still
there is no question but that the
Morning Star tean? won tho cham
pionship, and consequently Mr. Kirk
land, during his recent trip to the
Coast si'lec ted a very handsomecham
pionhip cup and had it properly and
ueatly i ngraved. It arrived on t'e
Nevadan, and when imparked will he
duly presented to the Stars to be
preserved with other cups and tro
phies which attest tie prowecsof the
a: s r.s I all to.?:?!'
The birthday of Graco Ellen Ah
Nee was oclebrated ou Friday of last
Mrs. and Mrs. F. E. A. Kohler
have moved into the house near the
canal, formerly occupied by the Olsen
Owing to rough weather thp Clau
dine did not arrive until 7.15 on Sun
A large Japanese boat wa; un
fortunately landed on the breakwater
Saturday afternoon. The craft ws
soon rescued from this perilous posi
tion, but not without some ciamagc.
The weather was threatening m.d
stormy on Sunday, but church ser
vices were held as usual.
Rehearsals of Christmas music have
commenced, and the Advent season
is duly observed.
In some places the storm prostrat
ed the telephone wires, and broke
down branches of trees.
Miss Hadley and Miss Holden were
entertained by Mrs. Gibb at OIowolu.
during the Thanksgiving vacation.
Mrs. Decoto went over to Wailu
ku, to attend Miss Babb's concert.
A pleasant letter has been received
from K. H Curleton. formerly a
teacher in the Lahainaluna School,
During the past twelveuiouih he has
been employed as an engineer in the
powerhouse of the Honolulu Rapid
Attorney D..il. Case of Wailuku
aud C. C. Uitiii.g if Houoiulu were
arrivals at Lalu.iua on Tuesduv.
R. 11. Ford of Pioueer miil expects
to spend the Christinas uml New
Year holidays un tlie Coast.
Judge Lmdsey of the Lahaina
Disiriot Couit is extremely severe
ou persons caught gaming aud in all
most all instttuces gives the offenders
the limit of sentence prescribed by
Slieriif Baldwin has been in Luhui
ua the paat week pronecuiing the
Whereas, it has pleased Almlghtt
God in His infin te wixdom to call to
His place of everlasting rest and
pruue nie ociovea motner or our
esteemed Brotht r H. Meyer; and
Whereas, We, the members of Gul-
.tan Council No. 56, Y. M. I., both
as friends aud Brothers, deeply feel
for our Brother a his late bereave
meul; be it therefore
Kesolveu, 'Ihat the members of
Gulstan Council No. 576, Y. M. I
extend their most sincere sympathy
to Brother Mever and lamily in this,
their sad tune of affliction. May
they obtain consolation M om Him who
alone cau comfort thoso who are bow
ed down in grief aud soi row; and be
Resolved, That a copy tf these re
solutions be spread upon the minutes
oi this uoncil, a copy forwarded to
the Maci News and Institute Journal
for publication. ,
G. B SCHBADER,
J. S. Medliuos.
The managers of tho entertain
ment at Alexander House on Thurs,
day evening are to be complimented
fr the dainty and enjoyalt'e perfor
Musical numbers were presented
by Mrs. T. B. Lyons, Miss Ayers
and Messrs Waldermar Shaeffcr and
S. B. Kelitnni. Mr. UT IV D"fofnr
f.nhnlna gave nn nmn'ng monologue
which strongly hdiinake-l thrt h
birth place was on tho "ou'd ol"
A Virginia Keel In etu'iie 'iroved a
hit. The most charming and artis
lie fe U oi the aiT.ilr wa I'.io care
fully designed tubi.'uux,tfuch furnish
ing a beaui.ifi.1 aud otiikiug 'picture,
in which hiumrs were eay betwen
Richter's ''Queen," the witch, Hry
ant's "Children," and The Puritan
t'i-.neer and his Rride."
The euierlaiiiiii'"t closed with n
delightful and "Xtrnnely well pre
sented farce. W. W. Wescott as au
irbscalile but loving father was quite
at home in his role, and w-nt at the
affair with the fang froid of a pro
fessional Mrs. Ather.on as a cliurm
Ing but wilful daughter woa the
hearts of thi audience, while Geo. L.
Keeney as a volum-iinoui wtiier ami
ardent lover who was too bu-y to
spend much time on li s personal ap
pnarence, was simp'y imraens:-.
The whole entertainment was a
success, both ai tislicullv and hnauci
ally. It is ti b? hoped that the Alex
ander H'H're people will more often
afford the people of WmIIuIiU Mich
Loat on Haloaltala,
B. Griggs Holt, U. S. Shipping
Commissioner of Honolulu, had an ex
perience among the craggy fastness
es of Haleakala on Wednesday night
which will long remain with him as a
In company with Robert Shingle
and Pia Cockett, Mr. Holt ascended
Haleakala last Wednesday, to enjoy
the wonderful panorama displayed at
the crater. Fly some means Mr.
Holt became separated from his com
panions and soon lost himself in the
a-a fields, on tho journey downward.
He heard the m calling, but followed
the echoes of their voice rnm
distant hills end soon was Completely
lost. As night came on, finding
himself unable to retrace his uteps,
he abandoned his horse, cached his
saddle and bridle, aud turned the
onimal loose, as it was unable to
carry him thr n:g'i the a-a.
He spent the night on the bleak
mountain side and on Thursday morn
ing began the descent on foot reach
in the beach in the vicinity of Kahi
ktnui, tired, hungry, footsore and
In the meantime the alarm had
been riven, and experienced moun
taincers from Uiupalakua and neigh
boring ranches turned out and
b"gaii a search for him which ter
minated only when tho telephone
fl Vshed, the tidings that Mr. Holt had
Fancy Work SJe.
Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 6th, the
Ladies of the Guild will have for sale,
the fancy work now on hand. Any
one desiring embroidered pieces, pil
low covers, handkerchiefs, baby
jackets, socks, or other articles
suitable for Xnv g'fts will fi-d such
at Mrs. C. T Robertson', after 2.30
n. m. next Tuesday.
HALEHAKU ONE ROOM SCHOOL-
HOUSE WITH TEACHER'S APART
MENTS. Sealed proposals will be received atthe
office of the Supt. of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. H., until 13 o'clock tn. of Dec.
ia, 1904, for furnishing all materials and
labor for constructing a One Room Sclyaol
house with Teacher's Apartments at Ha
lehaku, District of Makuwao, Maui.
Plans and specifications ore ou file at
the office of the Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, and with W. O. Aiken, School
Agent, Makawao, Maui, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of I5.00, which sum will be return
ed to the bidder after he has deposited
his bid and returned the plans and
Proposals must be submitted on blank
forms which will be furnished by the Asst.
Supt. of Public Works, and W. O. Aiken,
School Agent, Makawao, Maui, aud en
closed in a sealed envelope addressed to
Hon. C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Worcs, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed
"Proposal for a One Room School-house
with Teacher's Apartments at Halehaku,
District of Makawao, Maui."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making the
same and must be accompanied by a
certified check of 5 percentof the amount
of the proposal payable to C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works as surety
th ut if the proposal be accepted a con
tract will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the Asst.
Supt. of Public Works, and delivered at
the oiEce of the Superintendent of Public
Works previous to ia o'clock m. on the
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 22, 1904.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE SECOND
CIRCUIT TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
AT CHAMBKHS IS PRO BATH.
In tho mutter of tha estate of HaZELELK
POM K. &. K. NUA Deceased, late ot Wailuku
ORDER FOR NOTICE OP HEARING PETI
TION FOR I'OCWATE OF WILL.
A document purporting to be the lam will
end testament ot Haxeleleponl K. K. K. Nu
decod, having ou the Win day of November
A. D. 1WJ been presented to said probate Court,
end a Petition for the probate thereof, and for
the Iuiuanoe of Letters Teetitmentarv to J. Nua
having been hied by said 1. Nua.
It le hereby ordered, that Wodesday, the 28th
day of Duoember A. D. Vtui at 10 o'clock, A. M
of .laid day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
Wailuku, Maui, be and the same hereby la ap
pointed the time and plaoe for proving said will
and hearing suld application.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be
gtveu, by publication, once a week for four a ic
cesHive weeks, lu the "M aul Kewa" and "Nupe-
pa Kuokoa" newspapeni published to Wailuku,
Maul, and Honolulu, Ouhu, respectively the laxt
publication to be not lti than ten dayn previous
to the time therein appointed for bearing.
Uutcd ut Wailuku, Muui, November Id, 1901.
IjV THE COURT.
(Sil) Elmi-nd II IlAHT.
Nov. , D;o. J-lfKT.
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