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Illlo Jockey Club.
Preparing County Act.
The Alameda arrived in Honolulu
yesterday with mail from the Coast.
Send your job work to the News
Job Office, for quick, cheap and satis
A. N. Sanford, Honolulu, makes a
specialty of fitting glasses to the eyes.
, Boston building.
U is rumored that a stock company
is being organized to purchasa the
Maui News plant.
Drop into the Maui Dru Stare at
the Post Office corner for you r Christ
mas present goods.
Dont overlook the new Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.'s ad in this issue,
for they are reliable.
If you feel dry and feverish try a
glass of Primo, and if you feel wet
and chilly, try another.
The Nevadan is scheduled to reach
Honolulu December 21, and will reach
Kahului alout Christmas.
The delinquent tax list for Maui
will appear in next week's issue of
the News and run for four weeks.
The Republican District Committee
of Maui held an executive meeting at
Wailuku to wind up campaign mat-
While the News mustn't tell all Yu
knows, still a $10,000 masonic lodge
on Maui is a certainty in the near
The Christmas Tree Festival ofthe
Chinese Mission was held at the
Chinese Mission Church on Thursday
The finishing touches are being put
on the new schoolhouse, and it will be
ready for school on the beginning of
the January tern1.
' The nights have been showery in
Wailuku fiis week, but the days are
clear and bright, except tor a few
heavy day showers.
The cano'ou central Maui is report
ed to be of, very high grade tVis sea
son, and the results so far are more
It would be a good idea for the
young men of Wailuku to get up an
exhibition football game for the
The towu is full of Honolulu drum,
mers this week, Vho are rounding up
the year's business for their respec
tive houses on Maui.
A trio of young thorough bred white
legfliorns from approved Coast stock
may be had upon application to the
News man; price $7.50.
The two hundred or more stands of
bees recently placed near Kihei are
dointr nicely and big results in honey
are confidently expected.
As Christmas and New Year each
fall on Sunday, the Mrnday following
each has been declared a legal holiday
by proclamation of the Governor.
The receut rains have made many
deep ruts in the road leading into Ka
hului from Wailuku, and the road
overseer should look after them,
Last Saturday the Likelike brought
over nearly 500 laborers, of whom
about 400 were for Puunene and the
remainder for Wailuku Plantation.
The stores in Wailuku, Kahului and
Lataina are displaying their Christ
mas goods, with stocks that obviate
the necessity of sending to Honolulu
for Christmas presents.
Another delay this week on account
of the installation of that pesky new
press. But it is a dandy just the
same, and will probably be in use for
the running off of this issue.
Of course you are going to get a
lot of Christmas books, and you want
to write to Pearson & Potter Co.,
Honolulu, for information concerning
their Globe-Wernicke book-cases
Rubber culture is the coming new
' industry on Maui, and will be a close
second to pineapples, though it takes
much longer to bring rubber to a
bearing and paying proposition.
Secretary Atkinson sends flatter
ing accounts of Lis success in dis
posing of Hawaiian bonds, which need
not be surprising, tor the reason that
the Islands are about the richest little
territory in Uncle Sam's domains.
There will Je 'a very important
meeting of the Maui Athletic Associa
lion at the Sheriff's Office on nest
Tuesday evjfiiuy, December 20, at
7;30 P. M.,at which the. matter of
reorganizing the Assopiation, and the
.removal of the grand stand owned by
the Association - will be discussed.
All members should attend.
Hilo, Hawaii, December 8, The
Island of Hawaii is to have a Jockey
Club, such as are organized on Oahu
and Maui. At the preliminary meet
ing of the subscribers to the stock of
the proposed Jockey Club, there was
a large and enthusiastic attendance.
$0,240 have already been subscribed
to the organization and the meeting
last night in Firemans Hall was for
the purpose of organization. John T.
Moir and J. D. Easton were elected
temporary chairman and secretary
and a committee consisting of W. H.
C. Campbell, Albert Horner and Dr.
Irwin were appointed to draft By
Laws of the Hawaii Jockey Club.
The Volcano Stables tendered to
the Club tho use of Hoolulu Park for
the New Years races, and by unan
imous vote the olTer was accepted
and a committee on arrangements
consisting of W. H. C, Campbell, F.
Brughelli, R. A. Lyman, C. E.
Wright and J. D. Easton were ap
pointed, who will have entire chartre
of the afTair. Subsequently this com
mittee will meet and arrange an
atrractive program for the proposed
The program as outlined thus far
will include the following:
1 1st Race, One-half Mile Dash Prize
fiuo. jnci. KaceiNamed Harness Ka3e
(best 2 iii 3) (one-half mile heats,
owners driving) Entries: "Sidcey,"
Dr. M. Rice, "Harry" C. E. Wright
Prize $23. 3rd Race Three Quarter
Mile Dash (Free for All) Prize $125.
00. 4th Race, 14 hands and under
Prize $25.00. 5th Race, One-half
Mile Hawaiian Bred Prize $75.00.
6th Race. One Mile Free for All
Prize 150.00. 7th Race, Japanese
Sweepstakes Race (J mile) (Sweep
sjk) Horse to be ridden by Japanese
only. Program subject to change.
The Rev. O. P. Emerson preached
in Waiuee Church last Sunday. Mrs.
Emerson is visiting friends in the
Miss Mary Nunes has been indispos
ed for several days.
Mrs Frances S. Molony has left
St. Louis, and will soon arrive in the
On Friday the public schools closed
for a vacation of two weeks and more.
The next term will commence on Jan
uary 3, 1905.
Miss A. Z. Hadley will enjoy the
holidays in Honolulu.
Henry Mahaolelua went to Honolulu
on business last week.
F. N- Booth, a druggist from Ho
nolulu, has secured numerous orders
ic this town. t
Frederick H. Hayseldcn is resting
at home, after attending to import
ant interests in Honolulu, and on the
Island of Hawaii.
The plentiful supply of water in the
Court House park has much improved
the appearance of the grassy area,
The steamers Likelike and Kauai
arrived on Tuesday morning.
New School Opening.
Patrons of the Public Schools and
all interested in education are cordial
ly invited to be present at the new
school building, Wailuku, on Friday,
January 6th., 1905. at 10 o'clock.
At this time the Principal will an
nounce the plans and policy of the
new school, and the pupils will give a
After the patriotic exercises the
Maui Teachers' Association will hold
their Annual Meeting in the assembly
hall of the new school house. The
public are cordially invited to attend
Up Country Notes.
Mr. H. J. Shoemaker arrived from
San Francisco last Saturday to take
position as night chemists at Puu
nene Mill I ' ' "
Sunday morning the Claudine ar
rived at Kahului bringing fifty new
laborers for Pa'a and Sprecksville.
She also brought several days later
Miss May Fergus n who has been
visiting the bister Mrs. Prescoti of
Kahului returned to ber home in Ho
nolulu Saturday. J
Arthur Betts with his mother and
sisters has gone up to the mountain
house at Makawao for a week outing.
At last reports Puunene Mi'l 'had
turn'ed'out over 30,000 bags of sugar
m m i
Dr! Rogers, the" Oculist and Ail
rists-wiit be in Wailuku Tuesday
afternoon and Wednesday morning,
where he may be .consulted by those
desiring his professional tei'vices.
The draft of the county act being
prepared for submission to the pub
lic for discussiou by the Commission
appointed by the Governor for tho
drawing up of an act to go to the
Legislature next year provides for
an elective system for the election
of supervisors and not for their ap
pointment by tho Governor.
Members of the Commission are
hard at work getting ready to pro
duce their draft for publication at
open meetings to commerce in
Each member is in one way working
along individual lines, and yet at the
same time they are all working to
gether. Certain features of the pro
posed act have been placed in the
hands of individual members. Chair
man Henry E. Cooper expects to de
vote almost the whole of next week
to completing portions of the act
upon which he is working. Com
missioner Watson has about finished
those sections assigned to him for
legal construction and Commissioner
Stewart is busily engaged in the
handling of his features of the act.
It is probable that the new act will
rrovide for a country assembly, the
members of which shall be elected
by representatives from various dis
tricts into which the different count
ies will be divided.
It was stated this morning that the
draft would be completed early in
January, after which there will be
plenty of time for general discussion
of the act proposed.
Commissioner Stewart is making a
general study of county and municipal
government. While traveling in the
United States recently, he met and
conversed with loading students of
county and municipal systems. In
Chicago, especially, Mr. Stewart dis
cussed county and municipal affairs
with men making a study of the sys
tems. Mr. Stewart is also much in
terested in the study of local self gov
ernment in the Philippines, being sup
plied by the Philippine Commission
with all data and information on the
subject; from all of this he draws
valuable assistance in his share cf the
There is great Interest along all
lines in the local se'f government idea
and in line with this Senators Achi
and Dickey have called on the Gov
ernor, asking him to furnish them a
copy from the Government records
of the Long municipal bill which pass
ed the last regular Legislature and
died in the hands of the Governor.
This Long bill will be presented to
the Legislature, either as a bill for
the benefit of the city of Honolulu or
as a bill to be applied to any town
ship which wants to adopt it. Bul
TO THE PATBONS OP CITY MARKET.
Notice is hereby given that all bills
or accounts, due the City Market of
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. shall hereafter
be payable to The First National
Bank of Wailuku or to A. G. Dickens
From this date all receipts must
be signed by the said First National.
Bank of Wailuku or by A. G. Dick
ens. Receipts bearing other signa
ture will be worthless and void.
This by virtue of certain morgage
dated September 24 tb, 1904; and re
corded in Book 260 on page 170 and
173 in the office of the Registrar at
Honolulu, and Power of Attorney
executed by W. H. Cornwell to The
First National Bank of Wailuku un
der date of September 24th, 1904
First National Bank of Wa'luku.
C. D. Lcfkin,
Dated Dec. 9th, 1904. Cashier.
As Christmas Day and New Year's
Day will each fall on Sunday, the
Legal Holidays will be respectively
observed, as far as all Territorial
Government Offices are concerned,
on Monday, December 26 tb, 1904,
and Monday, January 2nd, 1905.
G. R. CARTER,
Honolulu, Deo. 12th, 1604.
'Notice is hereby given that I have,
this dav. .aDDointed H. B. Weller.
Esq..' to be a member and executive
officer of the Board of Inspectors qf
Animals of the Port of Kahului,
vice yyilbur F. McConkey, resigned.
, G. R. CARTER,
Honolulu, December 11th, 1904.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of
Ail persons holding water pri"t
eges or those paying water rates
ar: hereby notified that the water
rates for tho term ending June 30,
1905, will be due and payable at the
office of Lnhaina Water Works, on
the First Day of January 1905.
All such rates remaining t-npaid
for 15 days after the" are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, (30 days
after becoming delinquent) are liable
to suspension without further
H. B. WILKIXS,
Supprintendent of Lnhaina Water
Lah'.ina, Dec. 14. l!H)4.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws of lSt!:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1905, will be due and payable at the
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, ou the 1st day of January,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days atter they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, lWa, (30
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului
Wailuku. December 10, 1904.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SKCOXD
CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMHEUS IN PKOI1ATE.
In the matter of the estate of HAZF.LHLE
PON1 K. K. K. SUA Defeased, lute of Wailuku
ORDER FOR NOTICE OF HEARING PETI
TION FOR PRO!! ATE OF WILL.
A document purporting to be the last will
and testament of Huzeleleponl K. K. K. Nua
deceased, havlni; on the 14th day of November
A. D. lain been presented to said probate Court,
and a Petition for tho probate thereof, and for
the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to J. Nua
having been Hied by said J. Nua.
It Is hereby ordered, that Wetlosday, the 4Sth
day of December A . D. 1KU at HI o'clock, A. M.,
of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at
Wallnku, Maui, be and the same hereby Is ap
pointed the time and place (or proving said will
and hearing suld application.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be
given, by publication, once a week for four s 10-
cessive weeks, in the "Maui News" and ,4Nupe-
pa Kuokoa" newspapers published In Wailuku,
Maui, and Honolulu, Oahu, respectively the las
publication to be not less than ten days previous
to the time therein appointed for bearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, November 16, ltiiil.
BY THE COURT.
(Sd) Edmund H. Hart.
Nov. 39, Deo. 3-10-17.
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