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LOCALS The public schools will open next Monday morning. ' Ring up Sum Kuula, KUiel, if you want a loud of choice keawi wood. The Maui Hotel now sports a billiard table and a ping pong outfit. The Maui Alerts and Waikapus play ball tomorrow afternoon at Wells Park. The continuous showers nn central Maui give proviso of u big sugar crop next season. Letter heads, envelopes, visiting cards and business cards a specialty at tho News Job Office. ' The Republican District Convention jneets on Monday to nominate candi dates for tho lexiblature. The peripatetic Porto Riean boot polisher is becoming a very conve nient fixture in Wailuku. Don't miss the big republican , ratification meeting at the Skating Kink on Monday evening. Send your order for painting, paper 'hanging unci interior house decoratian lo A. 15. Naoue. Now is the liino to subscribe for the Maui News, if voa want to keep tabs on local politics this fail. Hon. C.H.Dickey will duubtless be tie Rjij.io.-C-I.i nj.niiiuj for senator from Maui, lie will be elected, too. A letter from Bob CatT.le, on our second page, throws further light on . the lilaek Bess-Maul Rose match race. Tne morning Stars upheld the rep utation of Wailuku last Sunday, by putting it over the l.ahaiua bov s in tho ratio of 0 ts 5. , The Circuit Court will- sit for nat uralization of citizens at Wailuku on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri day of next week. Ned Kruger is now pitcher for the Morning Stars, and Jackson, who has been elected captain of the team, now plays third base. , Coun For Sale. This year's crop. Telephone or apply to E. H. BAILEY, . Makawao. For Sale. A first class, high grade Remington typo-writer, No. 7, il the latest nuike As good as new. For particular, apply to the Maui News office. D, L, Meyer of the Wailuku Saloon, who generally does the right thiugat the right time sent up a couple of dozen of beer for the baseball supper, last Sunday night, 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 Application to D. L. MEYER. Dr. Geo. S. Aiken,- D, D, S., will bo at the Maui Hotel, Wailuku, on Wednesday aud Thursday, where those who ucsire to avail themselves of his professional services can find him. There is no question but what J. Kirkland of the Kahuluis and G. B. Robertson of the Wailukus were the (A'OEtar players, no matter what envious detractors may say to the contrary. Try one of the gus.olino lamps for, sale by Geo. S. Aiken of Paia. Those who have tried them say that they are all righi. The Hamakuapoka Store carries a large stock of gaso liue especially for these lamps. Mr. P. Paronzini will give an ex hibition of the qualities of his different .' (sizes of lamps on Market Street', Wai luku next Thursday evening, and those who wish a safe, cheap, luil liant lamp should witness the cxhibi ton. Announcement. Mr. George B .Sjhrader is now prepared to give lessons on the piauo lorte either at his residence or at residence of pupils. For terms and particulars, writo or call at Wailuku Hotel. Wailuku Maui. It is not likely that the Kahului married men will ask for a return ' game of baseball, but the Wailuku benedicts are ready to give them their revenge at ping pong, tiddly winks or any other game which they think they can play. The Reduction Sale of tho Kahului Store on their . 3 Specials, Men's Clothing, Men's Uats, and Shoes, for Everybody, which was advertised for yesterday and today will be con tinued Every Day next week, from Monday morning to Saturday night, making oneyof the (grandest Bargain Weeks ever1 offered on Maui. This is a genuine ofjer," Call and see. I Wilcox VJslta Iflaul. It begins to look now as if there might be a considerable measure of truth in the recent statemeut of the Setni-Wckly Star that Rob Wilcox met a hostile reception in the Kohala District, Hawaii, Lust Saturday morning as the News vent to press, rumors were flying thick and fast on the streets of Wailuku that there were great doings in the Wilcox camp on Maui. It was staled that Col. Cornwall had been substituted for Bill White as senator, and that John Richardson, Thomas Clark and T. B. Lyons has been substitute as representatives for the original home rule ticket. Efforts wcie made to discover the souYco and truth of these rumors, but no one seemed to have' any definitej. knowledge on the subject. At 5 o'clock onSalurdiiy afternoon the cause of ali the commotion became apparent. The News man was stand ing on the wharf at Kahului, watching ihe outgoing passengers on the Maui, when a tail, slim Hawaiian" walking slowly and all alone with a bowed head passed him. Something familiar in the appeaiauco of the man at tracted a second glance, and it proved to be Robert Wilcox. No one accompanied him to the boatside aud no one save Attorney N. W. Aluli and the News man bade him farewell. It developed afterwards that he had quietly cropped over the steam er's side I row Hawaii, at Muaioea Bay live night before, and had been dritig things during the next twenty four hours, which had given origin to the rumors that prtva'led during the morning. Thomas Clark has since openly boasted that he has Wilcox in his pocket now, which can of course only mean that Y'ileox rec ognizing Im desperate stlrdts, had come lo Maui and Slaughtered his original representative ticket in or der to save his ow.i political life? If indications are correct, the poli tical star of Hob Wilcox has set en Maui, never to ris-e again. The home rulers are beginning to think and reason for themselves, and this of course will seo tho finish of Bob. Some of the prominent homo rulers are beginning to openly complain at being bundled about by Wilcox, first into the republican and then into the democratic camp, at the whim of Wilcox. The action of Prince Cupid in refusing to bo made a tool of by Wilcox is beginning to be understood by the Hawaiians on Maui, and the more they think about it, the clearer they see where their true interests lie, and from all present appearances, there is now beginning to bo a laud slide from Wilcox's idea of home rulism to Cupid's idea of independent, intelligent and untrammelled Hawa iian suffrage. 36 to 8. If mathematics does not prevari cate, the above U the ratio between the Wailuku and Kahului married men when it comes right down to practical baseball. The scheduled gamo between the two above teams was plased at Wells Park Sunday afternoon in the pres ence of a large attendance, with the same teams as announced last week. The Kahului boys meant well, but Wailuku had far the better pitcher, and out-field with the exception of the right-field iu which the Wailukus were decidedly outclassed. At the conclusion of the game the two teams repaired to an up-town hotel and enjoyed a delicious dinner at tho expense of the Kahuluis, during which the game and the viands were fully discussed, it being voted at the conclusion that no more jolly or enjoyable event is recorded in Maui annals. It is said that the Lahaina married men, and also the Kula benedicts want a go at the Wailuku team, which stands ready to defend their prowess whenever called on to do so. Monthly M. A. A. Meeting, Tne regular monthly meeting of the Maui Athletic Association was held at Wailuiiu Court House last Monday evening. The principal business of the meet ing was the discussion of polo mutters although several minor matters were disposed of. A communication was received from the Makawao Polo Club, asking the appointment of a committee of the Makawao Club. Messrs Frank Baldwin W.. II. Corn- well and L. It. Crook were appointed as such committee, and a preliminary conference will probably be held at Sunuysi.de this afternoon, CAUGHT A KAHUNA. An interesting and illustrative case of kahunaism was on trial before Judge McKay of the Wailuku Court this week. In March, Kanohokuahiwi, and his two sons Kaluui and Kaianui,- were taken sick at their residence, near Waihee, and Neau (w.) was called in as kahuna. In a couple of weeks Kalani died, and according to the evidence, just before he died, he mewed like a cat. This assisted Neau materially in the diagnosis of the case, and she asserted that it must have been he that had killed a favor ite cat of her grandehilJ. She also added Unit nil others who assisted in killittg tho cat would surely die. Ntu, by a singular coincidence, the other two sick members .of the family, were the identical ones who had assisted in despatching the feline. Ofcoursothecr.se was desperate and the wife of the sick man went to Neau and begged her to use her magic powers to cure her sick hus band and son. Neau admitted Hint in view of the crime that been com mitted the task would bra. a hard one, but she agreed to buckle to and see what could be done. A pig was imu ed and eaten with mysterious rites and incantations to Wahineaca, and other uumakuiirf, then a second, a thiru and finally a fourth pig shared the same unhappy fate. But all was of no avail, and ihe father and re maining son both died. Then the widow had Neau arrest ed for practicing wilhcrafl. Neau, an aged but, vigorous looking Haw aiian woman, as she appeared in court, wsts an absolutely perfect pic ture, of one of .Macbeth's witches, the same jutting forehead, bright eyes, wrinkled face, and peaked, witch-like features, a resemblance which was added to by the cone-shaped hat running up to a sharp point, which she wore. Dep. Sheriff Saffery skillfully brought out the whole story from tho relatives of deceased who had been called on to assist at the incan tations. The case was argued and submit ted on Thursday afternoon, and Neau was found guilty as charged and fir ed 125. Death of James K. Saunders, The News is pained to record the death, by dropsy, at the Malulaui Hospital, on Monday evening last of Attorney James K. Saunders, a promising young Hawaiian of Maui. Mr. Saunders had for a number of years been a resident of Maui, his home being at Keanae. He was at one time a teacher, but chose the pro fession of law, and became a hard student. He was admitted to prac tice by Judge Kalua, before the District Coutts of the Second Judi cial District, and located at liana about two years ago, where he en gaged in the active practice of h's profession. Some months since he was attacked with dropsy, which defied the skill of competent physicians, and for some days his recovery has seemed hope less. The remains were interred at Wai luku Cemetery, Rev.' J. Nua officiat ing, the presence of a large number f friends who will long treasure loving memories of the deceased, for his many attractive and manly quali ties. Arrested ut Lahaina. A man named John Gardiner land ed at Lahaina from Hawaii on Thur.- -day night, and his actions aroused the suspicious of Dep. Sheriff Lind- sej who, at the suggestion of Sheriff Baldwin, sent a wireless to Hawaii and discovered that he was a con federate of Scovell, the embezzling book-keeper of Hawaii. Liudsey placed Gardiner under arrest, and he will be returned to Hawaii. A warrant was out on Hawuii for Gardiner's arrest, in connection with the embezzlement of 17,000 by book keeper Scovell of Paipaikou Store. . PUBLIC AUCTION. OF HORSES I will sell at Public Auction at the Bismark Stables, Wailuku, Maui, on Saturday, Sept, 20, 1002, commencing at I o'clock p.m. of said day, to, the highest bidder, about Fifty Head of Broken and Unbroken Horses aud Mules, Terms, Cash, W. H. Corn-well jAi. L. Coke, Auctioneer. STANDARD GAS LAMPS. The Agent of the Standard Gas Lump, Mr, P. Paronziui, is row on Maui. DON'T. FAIL to ste lis lamps. The Standard Gas Lamp is the simplest in construction of cry Itmp manufactured, and gives a better light tnan electricity, at a cost cheaper than oil. Don't buy complicated la-in s which are easily clogged. The agent of the Gas Lamps is not selling' them by ex hibiting catalogues, tut sells them at night, by the light of these lamps, where their beautiful liht and sim ple construction can be exuuiiutd. Perfectly safe, and approved by all leading Insurance Companies. Tno factory gives a written guaran tee with each lamp. Seo the lamps now in use at the office of the Bismark Stable s Co., and it the Catholic Mission, Wailuku. Give Mr. Paronzini your order and the lamps will be delivered at your own homes. CALLNo. 3. A convention of the District Ccm mitteeoftlie Third Representative District will bo held at the Court house, Wailuku, on the Silt oay of Sept., 11102, at 11 A.M., for '.ho pur pose of nominating one canuulate for ihe Senate and six candidates for the House of Representatives. W. F. POGUE, Chairman. A. N. KEPOIKAI, Secretary. CALL No. 4. There will be a meeting of the Re publican Precinct Clubs of Spreck- elsville, Kahului, Kihei and Wailuku, at the Skating Rink, Wailuku, on thetitb day of Spt.,ll)02,at 7: SO p.m., for the purpose of receiving the nc ceptance from the Republican candi dates for the House of Representa tives and the Senate of their nomina tions and their pledge to support the platform of the Republican Party. Per Order, W, E. POGUE, Ciairman. A. N, KEPOIKAI, Secretary. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has bought the interest ofLimSing in the restaurant and coffee shop owned by said Lim Sing on Market Street, Waiiuku. and win hereafter conduct the same. LOOK LIN.. NOTICE W. II. CROZIER is offering for Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies, and Wagons which he will sell ai Re duced Rates. For further information apply to W. H. CROZIER, Lahaina, Maui. PING PONG LAMPS. WELSBACK HYDRO-CARBON BURNERS 100 candle power, Demonstra- ' ted by scientific experiment to be the best reading lamp, and the easiest ou tho eyes, of any lamp known.. CHEAP AND SAFE Endorsed by tho National Board of Underwriters. All ln suranco Companies give permits to use them. GEORGE S. AIKEN, D.D.S., of Paia has the Agency for these lampf, together with a stock of lamps aud fixtures. Write to him for Catalogue and prices. THE HAMAKUAPOKO STABE Carries a large stock of high grade gasoline, especially adapt ed to these lamps. Ordjjr bfl i i i i j . L i I leiepnone uenvereu at mi rail road terrrinals. For fu'l information, write td or nng;up, ; J GEOliClis: AIKEN, lAOEtiT. I WE SAVE YOU MONp'Y IiN GTCCI' Alii!. ORDERS FtLJL-SSD jSIPf :20 OZVS mON FEKZE 7i Cts. and UP. W0ITJ-: FOrt DESIGNS AND PRICI. H. E. HENDRICK, P. O. 027. ROAp WACPNS. CANOPY TOP CURTAINS $00. ANp UPWARpfc SURREYS, " ' $!iO. " TWO SEAT WAGONS " " $05, TOP BUGGIES ' $00. ft PHAETONS $14C. 'f BRAKES ?2.(v? 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