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The storm hcs checked travel, and
Wuiluku seems quite dull and lone
some tliis week.
Now wa are ready for your jub
work. Prompt anJ satisfactory re
., . ' v-1
roreign man was received twice
this wfpk at Wailuku, Via Tut suay'b
and Tliu sday's Likelike. ..
VJThe return kona storm r-ache,1
Mani on Monday night ana it rained
stvdily for twenty four hours. ,
;The cloctttrs report that the health
of the Wailuku people is very unsatis
factory, from the physician's s' ami
point. Christmas has already come at the
Post Officer Store.. Drop in and look
over Vcllesen's line of Chrstmas
Our old cylinder press is now for sale,
and will come in quite handy is a
cane crusher In some of the bg
y in tne snipping column wm no
' foui:d the schedule for the American
Hawaiian line of steamers for the
nert six months.
Puunene Mill has already turned
out about 20.000 sacks of sugar this
season, nn.i has hardly got under
frond hpadwav vpt.
The Chinese or v uiluku are erect
ing a large two-story building on
Vinevord street, to be used as a
' Chinese Joss House. v ,
The installation of the new drum
cylinder press in the Nuts office
this week unuvoidably dtl.iycd the
hour of going to press.
The Ranier Beer handled by't'h1
Maul IVine & Liqi or Co. is bottled $1
the factory in So.ittle,. "anf?' 'not 'in'
1.1 f . l TT . i I .
oari r ruuusco or nonuiuiu. . y
interfered with sea tishing, only
oues C-iught now b.iug thoe of the
finny tribe which are iulvfn cans
All needed material has" been rcceW
ed to complete thane w schoolhouse,
and the contractor will soon be ready
t . turn it over, to the authorises.
Visitors from the country are
scarce this week, us the roads ure
quit-j .muddy and the men folks am
11- very busy with the news cane
' If you are in doubt about what to
send your folks back home as a Christ
lima picacuif nj u ouuov.iipi.Lvu mj
the Maci News. They wiU appro-
The Christian Eudeavor Society of
KaaUuinauu Church, at the irregular
meeting at the Church tomonow
evening at six o'clock, will Be led by
Miss Bubb. -
The Wa'luku Improvement Asso
ciatiou met uu Thursday evening
' with a good attei.duuce. A brief of
i he proceed ngs will be found in on
It i.-. intimated that the bid for the
jail and tire department building
1 may be reduced to the limit of the
appropreation made b llie legisla
ture for thai turpiiaOi- ".
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co is
now duing u lare and growing busi
ness on Maui, uud deserves praise tor
the promptness und satisfaction
with which all orders are filled.
V Despite the raiu, the sale of fancy
Artieles held bv ih Lad.iV Gub'i of
Vaftuk u k.st Tumi-jay aitinnnu prove
q .ile a success, nearly every lliU-a
beiiig .sold, and over $50 being
The championship cup presented
by Mr. Kirk'.a"d to the Mornhi
Star Lias Ball team is on exhibition
in the display windows at ILiUi iUea'
Stcrp. It is a very handsome
piece of silver per vice..
r ' -Sum Dickiir has rented t.l.c old
post-olhce bulging in the Bai'ey
Block, Wuiluku, next door to the
Barber Shop, unj will open up today
with a stock of gentlemen's finishing
goods ui.d ready to wear clothing.
Notice. Dr. W. G. Rogers, Oc
culist and Aurist, will ar.iveon Maui
next Wfed::ebday, December 14, and
remain a week or ten days. Thosi
wishing to bee him can ell up Puia
Hos-pnal on Wednesday and Thurs-
'' Sufar teing rapidly piled up in
the KMiului wai'i-houses avvuliing
shipment. Souk- 1C00 toiis have al
ready been received and uboutCOUU
tons will probably ue rectjived by the
end "f the mouth, when ihe tirst ship-
rnent of the season, 6ome 5,200 tons
..vill be niado on the r.evadan, which
is scheduled to arrive early in
Holds Regular Meetlnfi. Faii-At
tendance. Oevert.1 Impor-i
tant Muttir D(cuet. i
On Thursday evening thejmprbre
ment Association held Its regular
monthly meeting nt the Wailuku
Couf t Houne, D. L. Case In the chair
and W, J. Coeljio as secretary. A
fair attendance woo present, sod
many important matters were
brought up for discussion.
Chairman Cotiho of the tree Com
mittee reported than during the vis
it of Governor Carter to Maui, hi
attention was culled to the matter
of tree planting on Maui, and he
promised lo tend Fjrester Hosmer
over bars to make investigations with
the vietr 6t .determining 'the tr
best-adapted, and he also promised
to assist in furnishing the1 proper
seeds and cuttiugs. Chairman Coclho
also sis ted tliat the -Tree Committee
Is hampered io its work in tree plant
ing along road tides ty the fact tllrat
the lines of the roads'are not definitely
laid out, and be suggested the appoint
mon t of a committee which would at
tend to the inattter of having definite
lines fixed. II.: M. Cokeohainnan of
the Commlitee'on Armory site had
fouud a pinoe yf. land adjoining the
new auhou! grouu.dj, belonging to the
Wailuku Sugar Co. which might be
secured by-the' government in ex
change ton outside property, and
moved tUaV.a committee of one be ap
pointed to,cpnfer wKh Governor Cur
ter aS"lo"!lie excUa'iige.
Tlj9 LVona lot on Mttui street was
dso (JWcussed, some seeming prefer
thij. flutter lot, it obtains bU. Mr.
VVadswOrth and Judge McKay'urged
expeditiou Id tua matter, as the t'me
will soon elapse when ,the apportion
ment will t)t available.'
The matter of the contraot for
constructing the Jail and Fire De-
partmehl, Bulldiug was, brought up
ty Mr. Harry, and it was stated
that if lighl'clianyva proponed were
adopted, Uiu aw a id for tho contract
for $3000 would ba made.
On motion of H. M. Coke, tho
Chairman wa appointed a committee
of one to confer, wlfii the Governor at
once and ask for Immediate action on
Maui approuriat'ons Judge McKay
moved the appointment of a commit
tee of ViiitHo to prepare an emergen
cy resolution to the sent to Governor
Carter. Messrs McKay, Coke and
Ault wore appointed sucTi committee,
and presented the following resolu
tion which was adopted:
' Whereas, the teem within which
the moneys approprealed for public
improvemoutf la the District of Wai
luku will expire June 30,1005 und;
Whereas, tho citizens of Wailuku
feel that the improvements arc ur
gently needed; '
Bo it resolved, that this Associa
tion urge upon the Executive the
necessity of prompt action in the
matter of the expenditure of these
appropriations, and that a copy of
these resolutions, be forwarded
directly to Governor Carter.
Chairman Case read a letter from
Presideut Pink bam of the Board of
Ilea! tli, In uaewor to a prior letter,
stating that tlci o ure no funds to
pay a sanitary inspector, and sug
gesting tout the Wailuku police look
after the matter. It was stated that
Mr. George Weight had been ap-
poiuied Pood Inspector without
salary, nud Messrs W. G. Scott aud
B. Hairy volunteered to act in
the saiue capacity, 'if commission
were issued to them.
- Consumable discussion was bad
relative to the neglect of road boards
to meet und attend to road business,
. J. Coclho eitiug Cue Instance which
hadu- uie under his uotiue.at K.-auae
whui'o u defective Uid,;e had buei.
removed under promise that thellaua
road board would ue.'l at once and
nave u new bridge built. Three
tuoulLs have sii.ee ilaj oed, i.na tne
Uoad Board have not yet hud lime u
meet and order a new bridge.
Iu the lueautimo the school teacher
and school sulldreu, who live ( u the
opposite of the stream from the
scboolhouse are frequently unable to
reach school on account of tiLh
Ai.ter. Mr. Harry introduced a res
oluliou that a committee of three be
appointed to write to prominent citi
zens in Wailuku Dist. iet for the pur
pose of electing their views as to the
propriety cf chaninuy our roud broad
system. Tho matter was referred to
the extculive" committee tor action.
Mr. Coclho, as representative
ilcct invited the Aasojiution topic
pare and lay before all the represen
tatives elect such matters as require
legislative action, specifying partic
ijlarly audi regulations ) would
gW more unifo-mity to permissions to
visit, the lrpcr settlement, niso nced
rd road regulations.
Up Country N6tc.
' A. S. Prescotf and James Correllof
Kohului were i eturnir.g ' asengers
fro.n Hono'ulu Wednpsdav. It is said
you can see tlieir h. its growing
. The stearin r Hawaii called in at
Kahului Wednesday for some mules
which she is taking to Hawaii.
TheClaudlnehad an unusually largo
cargo for Kahului this week.
Sugar in piling up very rapidl.t ot
the different mills. If it can only be
go, on the market ot the prttent
price tho plantations ill nop a
Th typhoid patients from Mauna
o!u 'seminary have quite recovered
ntid fcost of them have returned
Mrs. F. r. Baldwin who wos quite
VI I lust week is much improved.
"), Igorucy Mugoon and Mr. Chalmers
of konoluiu are up on Maui. They
Wt Wednesday tor Plana by Steamer
Christmas falls on Sunday this year
but it is hoped the plantations will
observe Monday instead.
' O. W. Gullick of the H-moluu Jap
nose Mission is visiting Maul.
The pumping in plants on preckels
vllle are closed down for the present
duf io the heavy rains we have hod
The late rains will be very bene
ficial to the posture lands of Kola and
Miikawao which until very ' recently
have had scarcely any rain. .
A iiew assistant chemist is expect
ed at Puunene Mill this week.
The waVs of the commodious and
hantlsouiv.- b.nluiuus at l.ahaii.aluua
are now up, and toey wiil soon Le
rof fed in
lirv. 1. t.humura, the nrst Jap
auesu pastor iu this town, was here
on a visit last wtek
Church set vices were held last Sun
day as Usual, ul though the weather
was quite inclement.
Mr. Schicttr Promoted.
Mr. Waldemar Schiefer, who came
to vva.lukii a month ago to accept n
position as assistant bookkeeper ond
chemist with the Wailuku Sugar Co ,
received this eek a fluttering offer
from the Ewa Plantaiiou as chemist,
which t.e has concluded to accept,
and he will at once leave for his new
field of labors.
Not only his employers here, but
also the many friends lie trade durirg
his short stay with us will regret to
see him go. His marked t nergy an J
abi'ity make him a decided acquisition
to a fly plantation, uud his genial
social qualities, no less than his ac
complishments as a musician have
won i'lm a warm place in the hearts
of those who had the pleasure of meet
ing him here, and wherever ho may
go he will be followed by the Aloh'ao'
his many Wailuku Mnds.
Died At Mis Post.
Mr. Curt iiraun, for many years
night watchman at the Lihue Planta
tiou Mill on Kauai, was found dead,
oitting in his watchman's chair at the
Lihue mill last Saturday morning.
He died of heart desease, and his end
aad evidently been sudden and pain
Mr. Biann was a native of Ger
many, aged sixty-seven years, but
aud foi many years been a resident
if tho Islands. He leaves six children,
.'our daughter uud two sons, one of
the latter being Mr. Charles Braun of
the Maui Telephone Co., who ii
ttulioiied a Wa'.luKu. .
TO Till PATRONS r CITY MARKET.
Notice is hereby given that 1 11 bill
.r account one U.e City Maiket o
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. shall hereafter
jd payable to The First National
Jank of Wailuku or to A. G. Dickens.
From this date uli receipts must be
signed by tho said First National
LJauU of Wailuku or by A. G. Dick-
no. P.-eeila bearing other bigua
.ure wi.l be worthless and void.
This by virtue of a eei taiu mortgage
dated Hep ten bar 24th, 1904, and re
corded in tin ok 2ii J on pages- 17(1 unt'
173 in tu,! ollkv oi t.io Registrar u;
Honolulu, an.i Power of Attorney
executed by v. II. Com well to Tin
Fiist National Bank of Wailuku uu
der date of Sept,t moer 24th, 1904
x lint National Bank of WuiLku.
C. D. Lufkin,
Dated Dsc. Oth. 1904. Cashier.
li) accordance wi!l Secliou 1 cf
Chapter XXVI of the laws of 188(3:
All persons holding wntrr privi
leges or those paying waer rotes
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the trm ending June 30,
1905, will be due nnd payable ot the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa-
ter works, on the 1st day of January,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 13 days after they ore due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1905, (30
days after becoming delinquent), nro
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office o'
the Water Works iu the Wailukv
Court House Building.
W. E. BAT,,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. Pecemhpr 10, 1904.
HALEHAKU ONE ROOM SCHOOL-
HOUSE WITH TEACHER'S APART
MENTS. Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the Supt. of Public Works, Ho
nolulu, T. H., until 12 o'clock m. of Dec.
13, 1904, for furnishing all materials and
labor for constructingaOne Room School
house with Teacher's Apartments at Ha
lehaku, District of Makawao, Maui.
Plans and specifications are on file at
the office of the Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, and with W. O. Ajken, . School
Agent, Makawao, Maui, copies of whith
.vill be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of I5.00, which sum will be return
ed to the b'dder after he has deposited
his bid and returned the piuus und
rroposais must be submitted ou bl nl
forms which will be furnished by the Asst.
Supt. of Public Works, and W. O. Aiken.
School Agent, Makawao, Maui, and en
closed in a sealed envelope addressed ti
Hon. C. S. Holloway, Superintendent o
Public Worts, Honolulu, T. H., endorsee.
"Proposal for a One Room School-house
.vith Teacher's Apartments at Ha!e!mku,
District of Makawao, Maui."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making the
lame aud must be accompanied by a
.ertified check of 5 percentof the amount
f the proposal payable to C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works as surety
that if the proposal be accepted a con
tract will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unlesr
made on the blanks furnished bv the Asst.
S lpt. of Public Works, and delivered ai
.he office of the Superintendent of Public
.Vorks previous to 11 o'clock iu. ou the
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Workf,
Honolulu, T. H., Nov. 32, 1904.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAHBKHH IN PIIORATK. '
In the nmt tor or the estato of 1IAZELKLK
i'ONI K. K. II NUA Deceased, lutH oi Wuiluku
jlIiHR FOR XOriOE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOIl P JDATE OF WILL.
A document purporting to bo the last .fell:
.ml loa'HineDt of Himolulupoul K. K. K. Nua
lecoiaod, huvluK ou the 14th duy ot November
V. D. I9U4 been preuntt-d to mid probate Court,
mi Petition (or the probate tlieroof, and for
.Uu Ituuuucu ot LuttuN Teatumentary to J. Nua
.laving buen tlltid by Mold J. Nua.
It U hereby ordered, that Wedexdnv, the 88th
l.ty of Ueeiuber A . U. inn at IU o'clock, A. M.,
( mild duy, ut the Court Room of said Court, at
-Vuiltiku, Muul, lie and the sum-i linroliv in up
Kilutud the time uud pluue (or proving said will
ud hear-i(f Hald uppliuutiou.
K la further orrtermt, thitt notice thereof be
rtvcu, Uy puulinuiiou, ouce a week (or (our o-ic-wivo
weeks, lu the "Maul News" aud '-Nupo-a
Kuolioii" DPwp:ipiirH puhliH.ied in Wailuku,
fitul, aud Honolulu, Oiiliu, ro.sp.ictlvely the lus
publication to be notlexsthantenda.vvprevlota
to the time therein uppoiutud (or hearing.
UuUd bl Wailuku, Muul, .NoVBlujur Itl, 1KX.
J1Y THE UO";tT.
(Sd) Ei.ul-.vu H. Haut.
Nov. 1. Due. 3-10-17.
HONOLULU, II. T
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We have a larger Xwl morn varied stock than ker.t by any otht r
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quickly by experts.
We have just received", direct from New York factory, a sli
ment of the famous
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These are specially adapatable to this climate. Wo will bo pleaseu
to furnish particulars regarding these Mattresses and solicit a
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deal lessv We keep the best wire mattresses in the City.
J. HOPP & CO.
KING and BETHEL STREETS,
Pacific Hardware Co., Lt'd
Absolutely safe and reliable, "saves time, fuel nnd
temper, once tried, always used.
1 burner $5.50. 2 burners MM ' 3 burners $lr.50,
Securely crated for shipping
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the Doctor Ordered
The fu.Knderful tonic
J properties of pare hops
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the best tonic for mind m4
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The boy or tfirl with a "Brownie" is fixed for fun.
fun that's instructive too.
Kvery day in the Hawaiian year ha a chanu for
the picture la.;er.
Pee the new models. $1 and $2 at
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9t KMG STREET- HONOLULU
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