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7 to 4.
Wailuku gets the county seat.
Bailev Block is sadly in r.eed of a
new coat of paint.
A fresh lot of select, high grade
cigars just received at Maui Hotel.
Now for a Courthouse and a new
Sschoolhouse, to satisfy our growing
The Iao Stables people claim to be
the champion tourist handlers on
Alfred Douse of ALUiko Gulch has
a phaeton for sale. Write to him
about it. . i
Oruer your bill heads, letter heads,
and general job work at the Niws
Have you tried a package of that
Little Jack Long Cut, handled by
Grinbaum & Co?
April weather this week, alternate
showers and suushine weeping and
smiling every day.
The Camarinos Estate advertises a
large consignment of singing can
aries in this issue.
The program of the Fourth of July
Taces has been drafted, and appears
in another column.
A number of Lahaiua visitors were
in Wailuku on Wednesuay, to attend
the funeral of Frank Silva.
The legislature did a wise thing
-when it segregated Kalaupapa from
Ahe rest of the County of Maui.
Dr. Raymond has' sold out the
TCahikinui meat market to a China
man, and beef will gd up a notch.
Road Overseer Kinney deserves
credit for the neatness with ' which
the streets of Wailuku are kept.
The newly elected officers of the
Maui Racing Association have taken
hold of their work with a vim which
means success. The tentative pro
gram, given below was prepared by
the Executive Committee and is sub
stantially what will be offered on the
Fourth, subject only to such changes
as may seem beneficial. Copies of
this program have been forwarded
to prominent racing men in Honolulu,
to whose suggestions reasonable
heed will doubtless be paid by the
Association, which at its monthly
meeting", May 4, will definitely settle
on the program.
Following is the proposed pro
Pony Race, 14 hands or under, J
mile dash. ($50 and $25) . $75.00
Trotting and Pacing to Harness
for Maui Horses, 2 in 3. $200.00
Running Race, I mile dash, free
for all. $100.
Trotting and Pacing to Harness,
free for all, 2 in i. (lhe winner
beating 2:25, $50 eUra.) $250.00
One mile dashj'free For all. $150.00
Trotting and pacing to Harness,
2:30 class, 2 in 3. $250.00
Mule Race, one mile. $50.00
Japanese "Race, i mile dash, ridden
and owned by Japanese. ($40 and
Japanese Race, one mile dash.
horses ridden and owned by Japan"
ese. (oJ auci zo.) o.uu
1 mile aud repeat, Hawaiian Breo
If you have nothing else to do, drop
round and loaf awhile in the post of- officers last week as
fice. It is free commons to all comers
The much needed macadamizing of
the road between Wailuku Depot
and the beach is proceeding rapidly.
1 . .. t !.,
: -The Kahuluis and Lahainas play
'lyaU at Wells Park tomorrow after;
noon and a hot came may be ex
The Lahaina Ice Company elected
dent. William Henning; Vice Presi
dent; H. Haneberg; Secretary, A
Aalberg; treasurer, C. L. Scrimger;
Auditor F. Kohler.
The Easter decorations at the
churches were very beautiful; and
the music was quite creditable. Two
infants were baptized in the Chure
of the Holy Innocents. On Goou
Look for "Spring ads. from some of ' Friday afternoon an infant was bap
tized at a private nouse, on account
of illness. .
A fw dayR ago a bright little boy,
.our local merchants shortly. They are
iw.'rinninff to wake up and rub their,
Wailuku is -'destined to a certain
and steady growth for the next few
vears. as growing pains are already
beginning to be felt.
It is stated that a rowof residence
cottages arc to be erected on Main
afreet below Market, shortly. The
- town will grow in that direction
' The .wea'Jier was so rough at
Kahului during the early part of the
week that the Nebraskan was delay
ed in taking on her cargo of sugar,
. First Class, oierch'antable lumber
lor sale on the beacl., at. $22.00 and
,ud. per M., spot-eaaU. Apply to
named Peter Ah See, was, hunting
crabs on the beach. A large stone
rolled over on to his hand, crushing
a portion of one of the fingers.
Cloudy weather and April showers
have obscured the sunshine .his week.
Miss N. A. Holden, principal of the
Kinderoarten, entertaineJ Misses
M. E. Huntington and Kittie Gay
last week. , . ; ,
At the Pioneer Mill grinding con
tinues nii:bt and day, and all hands
are busy. .
The spring term of the public
schools commenced on Monday mom
Very high tides have been observed
during the past week.
There was a pleasant picnic
CYRUS I. GREEN
' Wailukans should celebrate the
'honor paid to their town nby setting J Olowalu gulch on Sunday,
,out :fchousands ot memorial, pear,
mapgo.iorauge, lemon, and iime.tries
Wailuku is now the proud possessor
tjHate barber shop and a
. i t u-- Mi RrAtirn nnpa
urs c.ass u. uc.. -.w r oa w , k plan.
.ed his shop to the public on Thurs-1 f
The man who has business "savvy
Death of Frank Silva.
M. Frank Silva of Waikapu, for
tation,' died at his residence at Yv ai-
kaDU last Sunday evening. Mr. Sil
va had been, ln() failing health for
some time, and his demise was not
entirely .unexpected. The funeral
services were held on Tuesday under
the auspices of his lodge, several
members, as well as a delegation
from Lahaina Lodge coming over
from Lahaiua td' attend. The re
enough to come to Wailuku
ablish a drug store on the
IVnes will be well rewarded
The News will see to it that there
is no boom started in Wailuku, but
s..- etill .room for a few business
enterprises, and many new residences' mains were escorted from Waikapu
will be needed. , ' : bv tba.m.Bben of the ledge to the
lodge in Wailuku, where the funeral
A largo attendance is expected at oerejnonics were held, after which a
i the first anniversary ball or Aloha arge cortege of carriages contain
Lodse No. 3. KofP. to be givn iriff friends of the deceased fallowed
this evening, over 300 invitation ha v- the remains to their last resting
Ing been issued.
The work of repairs at Maalaeft
wharf were ot an extremely tempor
ary nature, indicating that it may
"be abandoned for McGregor Land
place in Wailuku cemetery.
To Interest Tourist.
ing at an early date.
B. H. CI arkeof Theo. H. Davles &
Co., and O. M. Atwood of 'Hoff
schlaeger Co., Honolulu are selling up
Maui this week, with headquarters
.at Schrader'a New Hotel, Wailuku.,
Bishou Restarick of Honolulu who
was expected In Wailuku this week
by the Mauna Loa, has sent word
that it will be impossible to keep the
appointmeut, and will postpone bis
.Visit to the 20th inst. TUe Bishop
willl preach in the Kjriscopal church
here on Sunday the Srd of May,
C. L. Clement, editor and publisher
nf Sidelights was an arrival from
Honolulu per Mauna Loa last even
ng. Mr. Clemeot has had a con
ference with transportation com
names and others interested In en?
couraging the Tourist trade to these
Th ohiect of Mr. Clement's visit
Lithe us young tigers and fit as a
kid glove, the famous Morning Start
made their initial bow to the Muui
ball-loving public on Sunday and
scored 7 to 4 against the Wailuku
cracker-jacks, in one of the prettiest
games ever played on the Maui dia
mond. As the News suggested last
week, the Wailukus contain good
timber and have at least an even
show of winning the championship, it
being bad luck, as well however as
two or three expensive errors which
prevented a tie score.
The Stars won the toss, went to
the bat, and by sheer fores ot habit
scored two runs before the Wailukus
had time to wake up and put out
their lights, J. Garcia and Crowell
scoring. 2 runs.
Then the Wailukus grabbed the
hickory, and tooK their medicine ag
follows; Holt 'out at first, Cornwell
flew out to A. Garcia and Cummings
In the second inning the Wailukus
began to play the real article. Jack-
enn rf the Cf o ro flain mif fs TTunlint
Meyer ditto to Holt and'. Ross ditto
to Waiwaiole, . ,
ay this time the Wailukus were
beginning to feel chesty. Wright
oatted safe to first, and Waiwaiole
followed suite, Wright dying' on sec
ond. Thompson rapped one o: nis
three-baggers, bringing Waiwaiole
home. Huakini fanned out aud Hose
died at first. 1 run.
3rd Inning. Stars. Crowell flew
out to Hose; J. Garcia fanned out;
Smith, base on balls; Palapala fan
Wailukus. Crook out at first on
weak bunt; Holt rapped a lawn
mower for nrst and, stole second;
Cornwell out at first; Cummings safe
tu first, bringing Holt over home
plate; Wright flew out to Crowell. 1
Fourth Inning. Stars. A. Garcia
out on foul fly to Cummings; Krueger
oase on balls; Jackson, lined a two
bagger, pushing Krueger to third.
Vleyer fanned out; Ross safe to first,
bringing Krueger home. Crowell
rapped a two-bagger, bringing Jack
son and Koss home; J. Garcia flew
out to Cummings. . 3 runs.
Wailukus. Waiwaiole safe to first;
fhompson flew out to Palapala, who
double- played Waiwaiole, catching
iim on his retreat from an attempt
ed second; Hose, safe to first and
stole second; Crook flew out to Ross,
otb Inning. Stars. Smith flew
out to cummings; ralapaia base on
balls; A. Garcia out at first; Krue
ger safe to first, bringing Palapala
home; out at second. 1 run.
Wailukus. Holt out at first ;Corn-
weli ditto; Cummings flew out to
6th Inning. -Stars. Jackson safe
to first; Meyer ditto; Ross fanned
out; Crowell flew put to Palapala; J
Garcia ditto to Cummings.
Wailukus. Wright out (hit by bat
ted ball); Waiwaiole safe to first;
Thompson plugs a three-bagger;
bringing Waiwaiole home; Huakini,
out at first; Host, ditto. 1 run.
7th Inning. Stars. Smith safe to
first; out at second; Palapala safe to
first and captures third on error at
first. A. Garcia, safe to first, take
third on error at first, (bringing
Palapala across the plate.) Krueger
fanned outL Jackson, . base on balls;
Meyer out at first. 1 run. ,
Wailukus. Crook safe to first, but
touched out; Holt out at first; Corn
well safe to first; Cummings flew out
to J. Garcia.
8th Inning. Star. Ross flew out
to Crootf ;. Crowell smashed a two
bagger; caught at third; J. Garcia
flew out to Wright.
Wailukus. Wright, out at first;
Waiwaiole, safe to first, steals sec
ond; Thompson safe to first; Huakini
flew out to Krueger; Hose safe to
first, bringing Waiwaiole horn;
Crook flew out to Palapala. 1 run.
9th Inning. Stars. .Smith fanned
out; Palapala ditto; A. Garcia sate to
first; Krueger made a two-bagger,
pushing Garcia to third: Jackson
flew out to Wright.
Wailukus, Holt smashed a three
bagger; Cornwell out at first; Cum
miegs sate to first, and Holt caught
at home plate; Wright safe to first;'
Waiwaiole safe to first. At this point
excitement reached a fever heat, with,
Cummings ou third, Wright on sec.
ond, Waiwaiole on first, and tremen
dous Thompson at the bat. The score
then stood 7 to 4 in favor of the
time, Thompsons ball was .oariJW--
somewhere up in the blue ether,
Finally it started earthward, headed
for somewhere away off in the right
center field. But, for the honor of
the Stars Joe Ross was out there,
eagle-eyeing and sidc-steppintf',- and
as the sphere majestically descended
Joe enfolded it in his paws and press
ed it to his bosom. and the score si ill
stood 7 to 4, in favor of the Stars.
Following is the score by iunlngs:
M. Stars - 20031010 07
Wailukus 0 110 0 10 10-4
Tomorrow's game willbe the initial
contest for honors between the
Ilimus, (Kahului) and the Luhninus
and the only certain guess is that
both teams cannot win. The Ilimas
have some individual players who
outrank anything in the Lahaiua
team, but the Kahului team is a new
. . . ..tu .
one, and plenty oi team worK win ne
General Athletic Supplies
WRITE US FOR SAMPLES
AND PRICES OF BASEBALL
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
OUR NEW STOCK OF TENNIS
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Lahainas are all good ones, and
they have the advantage of a year s
team work, which counts in a hotly
contested game. All in all, tomor
row's came will prove well worth
Judge S. E. -Kalcikau Pabses
WE ARE OUT
for a share of your trade. We can deliver
to 'the Steamer free of charge of packing
75 cts. up
Also ,,many other articles of furniture We
On Tuesday afternoon, Judge S.
E. Kaleikau died at his residence at
Waihee of heart failure, after a
week's illness. His death was unex
pected. Tho remains were interred
at Waihee on Werlnesday afternoon.
Judge Kaleikau was born at Hopo-
kahau. North Maui, 49 years ago,
would be, pleased to submit cuts and prices.
naluiia. On reaching manhood, he
removed to Wailuku, and in 1880 be
cam. a membor oi ttie waiiuttu po
lice force, which position he held ..for
a number of years. Aftsrwards he
studied law in the office ot Attorney.
John Richardson for two years
About 1893, re was appointed Dis
trict Magistrate for Honuaula, Dis
trict of Wailuku, which position he
has ever since creditably tilled, often.
presiding at Wailuku during the ab
sence of the presiding magistrate
iludga Kaleikau was a high type of
his race, stately and dignified in
manner and upright In character.
H,e, leaves a wife and one daughter.
County Bill Passed.
On Tuesday evening last the News
received a wireless message from
Representative Kelunoi, announcing
that the conference committees from
the Senate and. the House had agreed
on the county bill, and that it would
be reported and adopted. Later
papers from Honolulu confirmed bis
prediction, as both.vHouses passed
the bill as agreed upon, -and it was
sent to Governor Dole for his ap
proval, i. -
The bill as passed is practically
the one intrqduced in the Senate,
with some few modifications. District
Magistrates are to be appointed by
the Boards of Supervisors of the
different counties. Oa.hu has seven
supervisors, and each of the others
ve.. No change was made in the
section which names Wailuku as the I
If in Honolulu,, call, whether you wish to buy
or not and we will gladly show you our stock
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Which They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices aad Term's Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
, and CYCLE CIGARETTES
' Orders Will Receive the Best and MO.ST. PROMPT ATTENTION
WEATHER PROOF COLD WATER PAINT;
Electric Lights at Kahului.
Supt. R. W. Filler of' the K. Vt. R..
Co. has', just completed the instal
lation of an electric light plant at
Kahului, by which the work iul thai
yard and on the wharf can be carried
on by night almost as well as by day.
The system includes 100 lights, of
hich five are ara lights, 1 the ie-
mander being incandescent: lamps,'!
and when they were first turned on
for practical work on Tuesday even
ing last, they proved a perfect suc
cess. The offices and warehouses
are all amply supplied with lamps,
but the system has not been extend
ed to general publlo service, and will
only be used when needed by the!
company for yard and wharf work.
The Best Fire Resisting Paint Made. Has Much
Greater Covering Capacity Than Oil Paint, and
costs ONE QUARTER as Much.
All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Work.
Send for Colon Card and Price List.
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Honolulu, H. T,
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hats, Mats ana,
riaskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern. Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.'j
We Also Receive Articles onJConsignments. ' 1 ' .
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. ,
K. or-P. HALL BUILDING ; WAILUKTT MATTT1
Just received by s. s. China, two Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Business Manager
indeed fine singing canary birds I -
New Shipment Coming
at $2.50 each.
Send your orders to C. II. Brown
Administratrator for D. L. Cam-
arinos. f. U. Box 807 Honolulu.
ZrZ i ot JpecilllyVonibuted Stars, but if Thompsonlifted her the
terest on this Uland. - .He will re.
main oh'Maui for several days, leav
ing on Tuewiay'f Kiaau for Hilo.
ed her, aod.ttiret swift pairs of Itgs
carried three human ' catapults
across the home plate. In the mean-
Shooting without permission on the I
Mualaea and Waikapu Mountains is I
hereby prohibited and all violations
lot this notice will be prosecuted.
Italian Marble, Scotch and American Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases.
Memorials in any material known to the trade, including bronze.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on application.
Safe of any knowtf make furnished.'
F. C. AXTELL
O. Box 642, 1043-1050 ALAKEA Sr. Bet.jKING akd HOTEL Sre.