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Dor.'t miss tho race? on the fourth
Some ffood racing is on tlie cards
for next t riclay, Juiy 4 at Ivahului.
Place you Job orders with tho MAtri
News. First class work turned out
Ladies Guill Meeting at the res
idence or Mrs. G. B. Robertson,' next
Nutwood, John Kerr's fast stallion,
is In fit condition to burn holes iu the
track' next Friday.
A hot game at Wells Park tomor
row afternoon between the Waikapus
and Morning Stars, '
The '"White" is King. II. Hack
feld & Co. Ltd., solo agents for these
higli grade sewing machines.
The Kuhului Store is advertising
an elegant line of summer shirts, of
which they have a full stock on hand.
The regatta for July 4, at Kahului,
has been abandoned, owing to lack ol
enthusiasm among tho proposed con
testants. Wailuku seems quiet, since the
close of the June term, but the Glo
rious Fourth will liven things a bit
Get your costumes toady for tho
Grand Masquerade Hall given by
Aloha Lodge K. of P., next Thursday
evening, July 3.
Tho two oil tanKS at Kahului are
about completed, and forma promi
nent landmark plainly seen from the
Stroets of Wailuku.
A select number of invited guests
are to be entertained at a social
party given by Mr. E. Kruse this
evening, at Olowalu.
Elaborate preparations are in pro
gress for the Sabbath School Conven
tion, at Lahaina, beginning July 7,
and lasting several days.
The June term of Circuit Court
ended ou Tuesday of this week, with
practically all of the cases on the
lengthy calendar disposed of.
Sheriff Baldwin has quite a gang
of prisoners on hand at present, and
is utilising them to the best advan
tage on our roads and' streets.
It is rumored that ex-School In
spector Keliinoi is endeavoring to
organize a stock company news
p.aper,"to be published iu Wailuku.
Wanted. A position as luha on
plantation. Can act as Porto Rican
interpreter. Am a cook. For further
information, apply to Mavi News
A new butcher shop will open on
Tuesday, in the Enos Block, Market
street. Ah Nin, the washerman is
one, of the prime movers in tho new
Call round at the sample room of
the Maui Hotel this afternoon, or on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week and look over tho elegant
display of shoes which Arthur Jones
qf Mclnerny has on exhibition.
The Ecomomic Shoe Store Co. the
mail order house of Hawaii, call at
tention in this issue to their No. 39
f Earl"" last $1.00 shoe, which they
guarantee, or your money back. The
Economic Shoo Co. is all that its
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
from Mrs. von Tempsky's Dairy
Ranche. For sale in quantities de
sired. Send your orders to
Maui Soda & Ice Wobiss Co.
NOTICE. There is still one store
to let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it should make immediate
D. L. MEYER,
. Announcement. Mr.l Ceorgo B.
Schrader is now prepared to fcive
lessons on the piano forte either
at his residence or at residence of
pupils. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel,
Entries closed last night for the
races on the Fourth, with satisfac
tory result. For some reason which
was doubtless satisfactory to himself,
t4igec rotary declined to furnish a
list of the"enrmes'or publication in
th News. ' ; Eoujljj ha5"44ited out,
tiowev8r, to statu with ' certamt
that the racr9 -U filled,, . with from
four to six entries each 'except the
14. 2 pony race, which will doubt
less fill before the day of the race.
There were six entries to the mule
gace, ac-fc including the. secretary.
ATHLETIC NOTES. '
Of course the Puuuones couldn't
beat 'em last Sunday, because the
Maui Alerts came on to the diamond
gorgeously arrayed in their new, red
suits, lighting up the field like a
garden of bright geraniums. Could
n't beat thoso red shirts! But an
impartial observer was heard to re
mark that the absenco of Dixon, the
crack pitcher of the Puunenes, had
more to do with the result of the
game than tho beautiful red clothes.
His remark however was lost iu a
whirlwind of applause which greeted
Joe Potter who 'baggcM' a fly way
down iu the right field.
The Alerts played for all they
we're worth, and the Puunenes were
hardly up to their usual form, which
explains the following score by in
Miui Alerts. .3 3 1 1 4 0 2 7 324
Puunenes 1 0 9 1 0 2 5 0 018
Next Sunday afternoon's game
will be a noted one in the history of
the league games. Tne hitherto un
beaten Morning Stars will line up
against the Waikapus, seven of
whose men, it will be remembered
were in the match game lcnm which
beat the Hilo team. Unfortunately,
Corn well of the Waikapus may not
be able to play, otherwise the Stars
would stand a good chance to have
their colors lowered. Even as it is,
the Waikapus will have strong back
ing, but the News gives them notice
right now that if the Stars don't get
rattled, they will have a harder game
to beat that they did on tho day ol
match game with the Hilos.
On last Saturday afternoon the M.
A. A. polo team played a match
game with the Makawao team and
were handsomely done for. Cornwell
was not able to play, and Crook's
hard week in the Circuit Court put
him out of his usual form, and two
goals were all that the M. A. A.s
were able to score, against eight
goals to the credit of the veterans.
The date for the next match game
hps not yet been fixed.
June Term Ended,
''I must say on behalf of the Court
that everything during this term has
been very satisfactory indeed. This
js one of the best terms I have ever
seen since 1 have been ou the bench,
and I extend my thanks to Mr. Case
as Attorney General to the other
officers of the Court and to the jury"
With the aboye complimentary
words from the bench, the June term
closed on Tuesday last, and all who
were observers of the court proceed
ings will concede that the compli
ments were will deserved.
The jury failed to agree in the case
of the Territory vs Eutario Valder,
charged with assault to commit
murder, and the case will be tried
again at the December term.
David Balfour was convicted on the
charge of common nuisance and sen
tenced to six months imprisonment.
Tagama the Japanese who was found
guilty of attempt to commit murder
at Hana, was sentence J to five years
The case of the Territory vs. Bob
Carlile, charged with illicit liquor
traffic in Lahaina, was dismissed by
Judge Kalua, it appearing from the
record of the testimony taken in the
Lahaina District Court, thaV there
was absolutly no evidence to show
that defendant either sold or knew of
any liquor being sold at the time and
On Thursday evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Newcome of Kaanapali gave a
coronation dinner iu honor of the
coronation of King Edward VII.
Quite a number of guests were as
sembled and an elaborate banquet
was spread, during the discussion of
which patriotic toasts flew thick and
fast, Mr. Newcome replying to the
toast of honor, in an elaborate and
eloquent speech. Among the guests
at the dinner, were Dr. and Mrs. W.
II. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. d oss
ier, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Dunn, Mr.
and Mrs. Ahlberg, Mr, and Mrs.
Nickolas, Mr. A. Hauneberg, Mr.
Zed wit z and others.
Shortly after dinner a train load of
guests arrived from Lahaina and
spent the eveniug celebrating the oc
casion, during which Mr. Newcome
gracefully submitted to the honor of
being crowned as a proxy for his
sovereign. The party broke up and
the guests took the return train for
Lahaina at midnight.
Maul August 12.
There is a fine prospect for exten
sive participation by Hilo in the Au
gust 12 celebration at Wailuku. The
Jlilo baud which bhls fair sool to
rival-tlio famous Berger aggregation
wrill prorfct4'o to Maui on this date.
Soma of McKeiftw'sjii vincible racers
will go au4 l m&y be pObkible to pull
together a base ball team ltrC will
venture to no. against the MauI slug-
Igera again. EiW IribHue I
, P-epubJIjan Precinct Election.
The meeting palled for the election
of officers of the Wailuku Precinct
Republican Club was held last night
at Wailuku Court House.
A. N. Kepoikai withdrew his name
as candidate' for president of the
Club, and Hon. .J. W, (Kalua was
elected by acclamation. Judge S. E.
Kaleikau and N, W, Aluli were
elected first and second vice pres
S. Keliiroi was elected by accla
mation as secretary, J. K. Saunders,
assistant secretary, and L M. Bald
The following were elected by bal
lot as the executive committee; A.N.
Kepoik-ai, W. E. Bal, C. B. Wells,
Wm. E. Saffery and J. K.Kahookele.
N. W. Aluli, L. Baldwin and J. N.
K. Keola were named as a commit
tee on rules, and the Club adjourned,
to meet at the call of the newly elect
A large crowd gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Scott of
Kihei last Saturday night and al
though Mrs. Scott was not uotitied
of their coming uutil just a few hours
erore, the house was cleaned for
dancing and no pains was spared to
make the evening as pleasant as
T. L. Norton of Puunene and sev
eral of the ladies furnished the music
wiiile a recitation by Miss Minnie
Lindliolm of Camp 1, and "The Holv
City" sung by Rev. Mr. Ault of Wai
luku were appreciated by all. At
twelve o clock refreshments were
served and all departed for their
homes with the feeling that they had
spent a very pleasant evening, ,
TO BE GIVEN BY THE
Aloha Dramatic Club
ON THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1902
K. of P. Hall, Wailuku ,Maui,
Admission for lady and gentle
man includijg refreshments,
Grand March at 8. Unmask
Among the prizes to be awarded
for the best sustained characters at
the masquerade ball to be given by
the Aloha Dramatic Club at Wailuku
July 3, are the following: one 12 yard
silk dress patern; one gold filled
ladies' watch, enameled in green,
chalelaine brooch to match; one $15
order on the Kahnlui Store; one fan
cy clock; one bag sugar; 1 pr. shoes
aud one hat. Instead of "Best Clown"
for which prize was offered last
week, read ' Best Comical Charac
ter," so that ladies may have an op
portunity to compete.
Are you interested in seeing I
'MAUI advance in
There are many people desi-
irous of new Locations and arc
constantly on the lookout for
YOU CAN. HELP
to let these very desirable home-
seekers know what the HAWAI
IAN ISLANDS could contribute
to the world's, needs under favor
able conditions, Maui wants the(
small farmer to tide over string-4
AUF.ItUEK.N, S. D.
Au'ril 8. MO-2.
'Mr. C. L. Clement,
, Hilo. Hawaii.
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NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July I, 1902
in Enos new block on Market street.
Mutton. every Saturday.
LEJi SING & CO.
In accordance with Secition 1 of
Chapter XXVI of the laws .of 183tt
All persons holding waiter jjrivi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending Dec. 31.
1902, will be due and payable .at the'
oflce of the Wailuku fc Ivahului Wa
ter works, on the 1st day ,o.f July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 18 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1002, (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. June 14, 1902.
Kaonoolo Corn Land
In tracts ranging from five to
Terms Cash, or one-thlrd cash,
one-third in one year and one-third
in two years, at C per cent interest.
Applications to purchase lots
should be mrfde to W. E. Beckwith
at George Copp's residence, Kula,
on or before June 13, 1902.
W. H. CROZIER is offering for
Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and 'Wagons which he will sell at Re
For further information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
Leong Keo, tailor of Lahaina, hav
ing made an assignment to the un
dersigned for the benefit of his cre
Notice is hereby given to the cre
ditors of said Leong Keo to present
their claims, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned at his office in Laha
ina, Maui, T. H., within thirty days
from this date, or they will be for
June 4 th 1902.
L. M. VF.TLESEN,
Assignee Estate of Leong Keo
Notico in hereby given that the undersigned
has DiIh dav been appointed by the Hon. J. YV.
Kalua, Judge ot the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawuii, as udminlHtrator
of the EKtute of FKUDEKICtC BCHOLTZ, lute
of Wailuku, Muui, dec'il, in place of S. KAPU
aud MRS. EUNICE SCHOLTZ, co-admiuistra-torn,
All parties uru hereby uotitied not to deal
with the said S. KAPU aud MRS. EUNICE
SCHOLTZ, in matters relating to the said
Estate. All reuts are to be paid ti the under.
J AS. N. K. KEOLA,
Admr. Est. of FREDERICK SCHOLTZ, Duc'd,
Wailuku, Maui, May HI, Wi.
Choice Kiawk. Wood foh $a;le
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Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Parts of tho World.
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Luuhula Hats, Mats and
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
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