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The question of a hospital for
Lahtdna is being agitated.
Work has been, commenced on the
new bank and tax offieo building.
Wain street is still omn nseu ns n
cow pasture. Where arc the police?
Public schools throughout the Isl
ands will reopen on nfxt Monday
morning Sep. fl.
A contingent of Lnliaina people
arc expected in Wailuku tonight, to
attend the K. of P. Lodge.
The Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co.
of Honolulu are quoting prices on
vehicles ayain this week. See their ad.
There will be a game of basebff.ll at
Wells Park, Wailuku, tomorrow af
ternoon at two, between the Wailuku
Police aud the M. A. A. Club.
The long expected "S. T. A'exan-'
der" dropped anchor in Kahului Baj
on Thursday morning, to the intense
satisfaction of many anxious JIauites.
Very welcome fihowers visited
central Maui on Tuesday, but the
rainfall was not heavy or continue. .s
enough to afford more than tempor
St. Anthony's School at tho Catho
lic Mission reopens on Monday morn
iug. This is a deservedly popular
school and there will doubtless bo a
The recent high tides have sub
merged the stone roadway between
Olowalu and the foot of the Pali, and
crossing teams have to wade through
tho water ankle deep.
Rodrlgues' Store is well stocked
with a Hue line of ladies' dress ane
fancy' goods, and he is selling, ai
popular prices. The ladies aro invit
ed to call and look over his stock. .
On Thursday a Japanese named
Iumura was accidentally throwi.
from his brake and instantly killed,
at Paia. Drs. Sabey and Soga were
summoned and soon arrived on the
scene, only to find life extinct.
k Tho printer's devil of the News
staff, on looking over the proof of the
- papaya article, informed the niarim
reporter that ripe papaya rinds an
a sovereign remedy for corns, givinj.
a3 a reason that the effect of papuyi
is to make tough and calloused flcsl
tender. Let's all try it.
The scarcity ot water for the tan:
and rice patches in Wailuku and Iai
Valley, caused by the long dry spell,
is causing considerable frictioL
among the small farmers, and scrim
mages are the order of tha day. 1!
the mangled remains or one particular
Chinaman are found at tha Wir.dsoi
Hotel tap, bearing evidenco of hav
ing been blown up by giant powder,
fired into with a gat-ling gun anc
afterwards beaten to death with i
taro root,--the community need not
Oa last Saturday night a number
of tho gilded youth of Lahaiua anc
Kaanapali, while on a drunken fi'olic,
got into a row with the Japanese it
Kaanapali, and one of them, Augi st
Ravmoud, tired several shots. Tci)
arrests wore mad?, and the majority
of the -arrested men- plead jjulltv.
Committal proceedings were initial
ed against August Raymond, but tl c
District Magistrate or Xjanama re
fused to hold him. Ho was .again ar
rested on Thursday and committal
proceedings were had before Judge
McKay yesterday at Wailuku, result
ing in the committal of Raymond.
A soft, easy fit
ting durable shoe,
suited for all kinds
t il 1 1 1 i i a
MclKPf shoe mm
.SOI E AOENTS.
At noon on Tuesday, Miss Sigrul
Heleno Uss wa3 married to M
George Wilbur of ITaiiiakuapoko, at
the residence of the bride's parents
at 312 Victoria street, Honolulu, Rev
Mr. Rice officiating.
About feisty friends of the bridal
pair were present, Miss Thora Lane
beiny tho birdosmaid and Mr. R. A.
Woodward being the groom's best
man. After eongrtUulauons. an ei-v
tfant refection was spread. Mr.
Wilbur and his bride came over to
Maui on Wednesday's Claudine, and
went at onco to their new homo at
Mrs. Wilbur ' is well known aud
much liked on Maui where she taught
school last year. Mr. Wilbur is a very
steady and worthly young mar, who
stands high in' the estimation of his
superiors on the Haiku i'lautation
where ho is employed, Roth have
many friends on Maul who will cordial
ly unite with tho News in wishing
them a long and happy married life.
What's the Mattel' Now?
On last Saturday morning afr eight
o'clock, a boat from Honolulu, bring
ing foreign mail, touched at Lahaina.
fhe Lahaina mail was delivered, but
the people of Wailuku did not receive
their mail till Sunday morning. Had
the mail been -sent forward as it
hould have been, the business men
of Wailuku woulddiavo received their
mail on Saturday in time to answer
business letters by tho return Claud
ine on Saturday afternoon.
The up country people fared still
worse, lor wnen tne man reacneei
Wailuku on Sunday, it was allowed
to remain here till Monday morning,
o that it was Monday afternoon be
fore some of the Makawao people re-
eived mail which should have reach
ed them on Saturday aftcrnoou.
The Spreckelsvillc postmaster,
baruing that there was foreign mail
here for Spreckelsvillc on Sunday,
hired it brought to Spreckelsvillc a'
3nce, paying for tho carriage of the
mail himself. It is a shame that such
delays occur, and responsibiliby for
jch things should at once be iixid
.j i those answerable for it. Duo al
lowance can bo mado for short de
lays, but Uncle Sam's boys aro re
spectfully requested to investigate
the affair of Saturday and take eucl
iteps as will prevent a repetition of it.
Porto Ricon Drowned.
On last Sunday afterujon, the rc
nains of a Porto Ricaa were founc
Jrowned in tho reservoir at Grove
Hanch Camp, Paia. Manager D. C
Lindsay at once summoned Deputy
Sheriff S. E. Kalama by telephone
aud tho body was removed from the
water. All appearances seem to ii:
i'.cate that the man was accidentally
Jrowned while taking a bath, his clotl.
;s bein found in a viic oh tho lunl,
if the reservoir, and foot marks in
lieating that he had slipped oil' the
:mk into live feet of water.
The coroner's jury consisting of S.
K. Kalainc, Curonoiv D. C. Lindsay,
;orcman, k,. 11. l-'ieper, b. Kupti, b.
Kauihou, Kaia and S. Kapaki, re
turned a verdict of accidental drown
A post mortem was held by Dr.
V. P. McConkey nndJJr. VS. Bald-
wm, wno stateu mas mo tieatn was
duo to ualural causes, and there
were no indications ef violence. The
name of deceased was Phillip,de Cohta
Windsor Hotel Hop.
The second of tho series of fort
nightly dances was given at the
Windsor Hotel last Saturday even
ing and was a decided success from
all points of view. The attendat.ee
was large, and tho floor was jnst
right. Tho music was tho very best
obtainable, and a bright moonliglt
added its charms, producing nn
effect worthy of the seini-tropics.
The management feels encouraged
to continue these dances every, fort
uhfht, as long as they aro popular.
The town people were out m large
numbers, and there was an increased
attendance from the outside. .These
entertainments were originally plan
;ied for tho purpose of affording our
country cousins a pleasant outing to
Wailuku on Saturday evenings.
The next dance will be given ?
week from tonight, September It
and all the nico people oa the Island
aro eordial'v invited. No objectionable
character - j allowed on tho plat
form. Tho ico cream parlors form i
pleasant feature and will be con
WANTED 30 men to break owl
load old iron on cars.
Will contract to break iron. s
For furthcrInquirn Post office box 3'
particulars j Spreckolsville.
David Haugh, forester, came over
on last night i M auna Loa.
Geo. II. Dunn and W. Crozicr of
Lahaina are visiting Wailuku.
Mr, W. C. Crook of Makawao re
turned thi.week from a brief but en
joyable trip to the coast.
AV. II. Haugh of the Del Monte
Mills, San Francisco, left Maui for
Hawaii on Tuesday's Kinauv
Mr. R. R. Berg, of Gritibaum&Co.
went to liana on Wednesday's Clau-
lino, returning to Honolulu today.
Attorney Rons and Attorney Coke
were called to Lr.imhnv on lentil b"s;
ues3 during the early part of the
Deputy Sheriff LinJsey of Lahaina
was in Wailuku yesterday, looking
after tho August Raymond assault
Judge SV. A. McKay returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday, and Mrs.
McKay arrived on last night's
Mr. J. Tulhill of Gregg & Co. came
over to Maui on a "tramp" oa Thurs
day, going to Hawaii on Friday's)
Mr. Arthur Waal, the Lahaina
postmaster, leaves for Honolulu on
this evening's Claudine, and returns
Major Wood cf the Salvation Army
came over on Wednesday's Claudine
and went to Taia. Ho will bo in
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Decoto of
Lahaina came over to Wailuku early
yesterday morning, and will return
Mrs. S. D. Heapy reached Maui on
return trip from Europe, on Wednes
day. She returns to Honolulu today
to teach in the Honolulu schools.
Mr. T. C. Forsyth has closed his
light wine and beer saloon in Kulu.
i.I is sou, Mr. Gcorgo Forsyth, wil.
soon open a like saloon at Kihei.
Mr. A. Enos leaves for the coast
today via Honolulu, for his health.
He will be accompanied by his son,
Augustine, and will probably be gone
for a couple of months.
Mr. A. Feruandes.'Jr. of Paia, re
ceived two fine mares from the coast
.)ti the "Alexander." 'Jhreo were
shipped froin Sun Francisco, but one-
died, the .- econd day out.
Mr. W. O. Aiken of Paia returned
from Honolulu on last night's Mauua
Loa. He brought with him a large
package of the new grass which is to
exterminate Hilo frrass.
Mr. T. B. Lyons of Wailuku hrs
bo 'u granted a retail Honor license".
uid will shortly open a saloon in the
new Kobmson- biiilaing on Market
street adjoining the City Meat
Mr. I. M. Cox visited Wailuku th's
veeK to arrange lor shipping lus
lares and penates to Kavai, 'where
le and M rs. Cox are engaged to tcacl
school. The people of Wailuku regret-
to lose Mr. aud Mrs. Cox from their
Manager Gjerdrum of tho liana
plantation returned from tho coast
'ast week and went to Haua on this
week's Claudine. He is a very popular
manager, and received a royal wel
come at Hana on Wednesday even
Kr. J. H. Hall of the Eergstrom
Music Co. left Maui for a flying trip
to Honolulu, on Tuesday, returning
to Maui on Thursday wit a his daught
er, Miss Liiuaii Hall, loaay they are
visiting the Haleakala crater with u
party of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Keliinoi havo re
turned to Maui from their trip to
Buffalo and other points on tho At
lantic coast. Mr. Keliinoi was very
much pleased with tl o school exhibit
of Hawaii at Buffalo, and says that
it is doing go. d missionary work for
Mr. L. von Tern psky and family who
have been enjoying a two mm ths'
outing in British Columbia, came
home last Wednesday inoraing. Mr.
von Tern psky states that spirting i
fine, and he brought home half a dozen
fine trout on ice as a sample of what
sport really means in tho lakes near
Jir insli uctions of the'Executors
cf the Estate of Willia.n Goodness,
deceased I will sell at PUBLIC
AUCTION on the preniis-.-s, at Wai
luku, Maui, on FRIDAY, September
20th, 1)01, at 10 o'clock a. p., .11
entire Staih.k and Bt -sines?, known
as the LJi,s.u.VUic Staules, together
Hacks, Surrey?, Buggies, Buck
boards, Sulkies, Brakes, Ex
press Wagons, Harnesses, Sad
dles, Bridles, Blankets, Fifteen
head of well broken Carriage
Horses, now in use in said Stable
pllice Furniture, Safes, Tools,
Oilice Buildings, Dwelling Ilonso,
Stable Builniugs, Can-in.",;;
Houses, Water Pipe System,, as
also the Unexpired lease of the
premises now occupied by tl.e
said Bismark SrAiu.Ks.
All of tho above will bo sold at
at upset price of $2,500.
I will also sell at the same time
and place about Forty head ol
Horses, Mares and Coits, broken
and unbroken, raised by the late
A splendid opportunity is hereby
offered to purchase a complete and
well established Stable aud Livery
For further particulars appiica
cation may be made to the under
signed at Wailuku, Maui,
Tern.s of Sale, Cash.
Dissolution of Partnership,
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership heretofore existing be
tween A. Enos aud John Ferci ra under
the firm name of A. Enos & Co., ha.
this day been dissolved by mutual
The General Merchandise business
heretofore carried on at Wailuku,
Maui by said firm will bo continued
by Mr. A Enos. '
All accounts owing said firm prioi
i.o this dijte are to bo paid to Mr. A.
Enos, who is authorVx-d to rt-ct ipi
Wailuku, Aug. 1st, 1001.
JOHN FERE1RA, !
his attorney in fact, W. T. Robinsor.
Notic to CreilitO'.'S.
The undersigned, lniviuj? been duly ap;.c!iili
Administrator of ihe IJ-ilnteoIPuu Kuli!, la i
of W'uiolm, Dist. of Wul'.uUu, Wuul, flucc:i: ,
horcity ifivcs notice to til crnlitora of tl.o c
oaiisud, to proaont tiieir ulisimr, iluly a"!!u Mi--jillcd,
wlili linnni- vout'ho.v, eve-uif tiu- s;.l i
Ik kivjuivJ by iriortgajro ui-on rn:l cstutt1, o l.u
ut Wail Jkn, W:ui, vithin tix mouth.-; fn.m t! t
ditc hireof, or thoy wlU be foiwor bam ;i.
P. K. ICALMIif ,u.
Administrator of t'.io K tlslJ of Puu KaU,
, Wiiiluliu, Maul, August 1?, lic.il.
TENDER FOR SCHOOL HOL'CB,
Sealed tenuers for tho construe !
tiou of a one-room school house, at
Ulanio, District of Hana, Maui, to Lo
completed on or before Saturday,
Oct. IS, will be received at the flic e
of the Department in Honolulu ml 1
noon of Mondsy, Sept. P, I K)l.
Plans and specification!- can be
seen at tho office of the Dcparln e-iit
and at tho ofiice of P. Wiitnei-,
School Agent for the District ef
The Department does not bind it
self to accept the lowest or my bid.
(Sigued) Alatau T. Alkiiso.i,
Supt. Pub. Instruction.
Hcuiolulu,. August 20, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that tl.
following appointments have bei i
made on tho Hana Road Board, r i
Messrs. R. J. MeGettigan, Chairmai.
M.. II. Reuter, Member.
J. U. Boyd,
Superintendent of Public SVoi ki
Public SVorks Bparlmei.t
July 2, 1001.
MARKET ST. . WAlLUh 1
(ArJ JlMWl ll.HUIA's bi'OUE.)
First Cl-.iss i:t All Respect
Hair Cutting, .Sh.tving unci
Claan and Tidy
Whits Custom Solicited.
A La Jrk M 3
I THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE. I U.S. Army Standard
A The attention of the people of Maui is A All ?k:cs FrCHl 3 Inches
A c-alip'i to our laeilities lor liliiiig
orde-is. Orders or inquiries for
r.ot carried by us receive prompt ana
cheerful attention. Do not hesitate to W ritC bs -Specifying
call on is, ve are pleased to serve yen r. , ,
Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd
Tel. Main 317. o;.Q Tc-.t Strect, Honolulu. F. O. Box 704
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faviiiz Sold off OM
( ilats and Shoes.
Of fresh groceries, including J.
fresh Diamond S. !5anis, q
HacoTi and Silver Lea? Q
Lord. Full lino of fresh
enmed goods and fruits. )
- Pears, Peaches, Plums 0
Call and examine iny Stock.
Yen will fin:l jast vhat you want 9
ct the right Price
Goods Dclivei'ocl at Wailuku, Waihce unci Tiiiknpu. a
I8E0. ii mm- & U LTD.
Merchants and Comjuisclon Agents
, HONOLULU, II. T.
Ifle.IIington Typewriters OSO.OO
Conover Typewriters $45.GO
:uci l tvn A r i:or. Li m r,
CATS AND rUSC
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Bit et-s Dlk, Foi-t St.,
WHITMAN & GO.
CING ST KELT
Gi rs, Sporting
Ica Bird &mMH KwxjKKm,i
goods To 40 i'CCt In Length.
And enlarged my store I now
carrj a new stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods a
A large consignment of
Shoes and Underwear on
the way from' San Francisco. )
Cblcacjo Goob gcxm
Clos :t Sets.
Keeps Your Clui'ies in Sha.ie,
S.ivcs Ti.rsj an 1 Libor,
lar-Spi sets -ro:iiiiriMi)-.r
ti P.mls Ifaner.,,-- S'.ielf bar,
12 Garment yokes-, 1 Clo-ot looj.
SAMPLE SRr.S. C.ui;vUi:iT
2 Pants '--uai-d, 1 Cl:;ct oo
!J Garment yoke-.
Send for Booklet.
Pacific Cycle & Mfg Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, P. O. Box 751.