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The road from beyond V'aiknpu to
Maalaca Bay is in Benou need Of c
pairs.
Latest report from Mukuaweoweo
Indicate that the volcanic disturbance
is increasing in the crater. "
- The candidates are ll on the wiiu'
this week, some on Moloi'ni and some
in'cast Maui. One week moi e.trentle
men. The Ladies' Guild of Wui.uku will
meet at the residence of Mr. G. B.
Robertson on next, .Tuesday after
noon, 2:30 o'clock.
J. E. Bergstrom, piano and organ
tuner. Orders left with His Maui
News will receive prompt attention.
Send yoir orders early.
Use Tonic Shampoo, the great
Dandruff Eradicator; cools the scalp
and beautifies the hair; to be had at
the ROYAL Barber Shop.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market wl have prompt
Attention.
KAONOULU RANCH.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
CYRUS T. GREEN
WANTED. To buy a piece of land
In Wailuku or vicinity. Apply to
P. E. LAMAR.
Wailuku, Maui.
The Circuit Court failed to flnish
up its work, and will last for several
days next week. The next term will
be held in Wailuku, next March.
Secretary George R. Carter is due
in Honolulu with the loan bonds on
the 30th of this month, and the suc
cessful bidders will shortly after
wards be announced.
The Maui Drug Store carries a
large and well selected stock of
fancy goods, Including just what you
need. The ladies of Maui are in
vited to call and inspect our stock.
Supt. Filler of the Kahului R, R.
Co. is taking advantage of the slack
in business to make some radical
changes in the line of the yard track
and the location of the passenger
depot at Kahului.
Give the News a chance to bid on
your job work, even against San
Francisco prices, is necessary. We
really don't want to starve in this
land of plenty, even if we have to
work for our board. '
Mr. C. W. Ashford, thex silver
tonguod home rule candidate for su
pervisor of Oahu delivered an eloquent
, Address to the Wailuku hdme rulers
on Thursday evening, on Market
street, Mr. W. Coelho acting as in
terpreter. ' s'
A large number of invitations-have
been issued by the Morning Star
Club for the concert and ball which
will be given at the Knights of Py
thias Hall, on next Saturday even
ing. Trains will run from all points
at excursion rates- returning after
the ball.
MThe lower road extending from
Market street past the Wailuku mill
to the depot is beginning to become
worn and rocky from constant travel,
and should be repaired now rather
than waiting till it will become so
worn out as to render the job of re
pairing it an expensive one.
The grand jury committee are re
ported to have lnadn a quite thor
ough investigation of the Maui police
department, and it is hoped that the
'.guilty ones, if, there are any, will re
alize that the people of Maui do not
propose to stand any more foolish
ness or misconduct in the depart
ment. Mr. Emmett May, manager or the
Honolulu Investment Co., Agents for
the Fidelity Insurance Co. the only
Hawaiian Company authorized to is
sue Surety Bonds, under the new in
surance laws of the Territory of Ha
waii, is on Maui this week, and has
appointed the following local agents;
L. M. VetIesen,Lahaina; D. H. Case,
Wailuku; W. O. Aiken, Paia; N.
Oinsted, Haua;' H. R. Hitchcock,
Molokai.
In order to introduce the big
monthly magazine, The Alkahest,
we offer the same for one year to
gether with a Little Giant Type
writer, which alone costs $1.10, to
each subscriber sending us $1.50. The
subscription 'price for the "Alka
hest" is everywhere eke $1.00. It is
tliblished at Atlanta, Ga., and firil
o! reading and. illustrations. Addrezs
J. . PACIFIC ENTERPRISE CO.
1180 Alakea St. Honolulu, H. T.
Circuit Court Notes.
The court, the grand jurors, the
petty jurors and the court oflicers
havn had a: busy week, working
overtime during (several evenings,
and tho prospects this morning are
that the term will run hevcral days
into next week.
Acting Attorney-General Magoon,
owing to his ripe experlenccin such
matters, has made a record for
himself in the prompt handling of
work submitted to the graiid and pet
ty juries, and the c riminal calendar
was cleared on Wednesday. Another
case, that of Fuk'ihai a wus present
ed to the grand jury on Thursday
afternoon, who presented a true bil
charging defendant with abduction
was handed up yesterday morning
and tried partly yesterday afternoon.
The fishery cases and several other
civil cases have been continued for
the term, out efforts are being made
to secure a trial of the cases of Ah
Mi vs. L. M. Baldwin et al.,and of Ah
MivsA. V. Marciel et. al. at this
term.
The grand jury committee selected
q investigate the charges against
the police have been quite busy this
week, and visited Lahaina in the
course of their investigations. Their
report will probably be embodied in
the final report of the grand jury
which will probably be handed up
some day next week, provided certain
much desired testimony can be se
cured. In the case of the Porto Rican,
Francisco Quirasiquo, charged with
burglary of the Hamakuapoko Store
the jury returned a verdict of not
guilty, as the evidence was purely
circumstantial, which gave rise to
reasonable doubt in the minds of the
jury.
The Silver Sword of tlaleakaia.
The silver sword of Haleakala is
one of the most interesting plants
which grow in the craters or around
volcanoes. The October ishue of
Sidelights now in the hands of ti e
printers, will have a very complete
descriptive article on Haleakala spe
cially written for Sidelights by D. T.
Fleming of Paia. Two full page
illustrated groups show views of the
bed of the crater, ihi silver sword,
moonlight and cloud effects which
still further enhance the article.
Another feature will be the story of
spear catching as practiced by Ka
mehameba I, and with the usual
articles of interest to agriculturalists
make an unusually entertaining
number.
Those desiring extra copies will
have to place their order at once, as
the edition will probably be soon ex
hausted. Every one on Maui who
has friends in the state or "back
home" should write for copies, ad
dressing "Sidelights, Hilo, Hawaii."
Or what is better, subscribe for
"Sidelights" which is ouly $1.00 per
yeai, and is an unusually interesting
and attractive little monthly.
Mc J. A. Harris of Wailuku is the
local Maui agent for "Sidelights."
LAHAINA LINES.
Business was interrupted at the
Wireless Office, during the electrical
storm last week. It was impossible
to lead the messages, on account of
the difficulty of distinguishing be
tween the "strays" and the regular
signals.
Henry Nahaolelua and family will
soon sail for San Francisco.
Mrs. Wells of Honolulu, and her
little boy, are tho guests of . Miss A.
Z. Hadley.
Mr. Bergstrom, the well known
Honolul musician, has tuned a num
ber of pianos in Lahaina, during the
last ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert of Chicago
were recently entertniued by. Mrs.
Olsen, and subsequently engaged
passage for the volcano.
The Wailuku Brass Band gave a
very creditable concert, under rthe
spreading branches of the great
hanvan tr in thn rmirtViniiV ri
park
last Sunday afternoon.
Several of the republic candidates
gave addresses at the fish market,
last Saturday evening. .
Mrs. J. W. D. Hose has been u:i
able to attend to her duties at the
school for several days, on account of
illness. ...
At an early hour on, Saturday
morning the entire South Sea Island
Colony, with the exception of one
man, took passage on the Kinau for
Honolulu; there to be transferred to
the steameam Isle worthy which will
return them to the islands where
inilrnr n - in i i l-i
they were born. Ihere were aueut
80 persons in the colony) and they
are bound for the Gilbert Islands,eX'
cept a very few natives of the Tonga
Kroup.
Rev. Martin Lutera accompanies
his people. He was horn on the Isl
and of Lnnai, but wa tuken to Hon
olulu at an early age, and became a
pupil at the Rcfyal School. When
about 12 years of age he was accept'
ed as cabin boy on the Rainbow, a
British war vessel. While attached
to that ship he visited Samoa, Fiji
Tahiti, Tonga, New Zealand, Austra
lia, Japan, China San Francisco und
Vancouver. Returning to Honolulu;
he received a theological training,
and was sent to the Gilbert Islam's
as a missionary. More than once he
has seen frightful rannib'il revelries.
Since his return to L.ahaina, he has
served very acceptabty as the pastor
of the South Sea Islanders; and a
considerable portion of their church
was built with his own hands.
ALEXANDER HOUSE.
For the benefit of both young and
old who care for the amusement and
instruction offered by the Settlement
Building, the News publishes the fol
lowing program, kindly prepared by
Mrs. Emily Banb who is in charge of
the institution.
Afternoon classes for girls.
Monday and Friday, 2:30 to 4:30.
Sewing for little girls followed by
games.
Tuesday and Thursday,2 to 4. Fan
cy work for older girls and young
women.
Wednesday, 2 to 4. Machiue stitch
ing and plain sewing.
Saturday, 10 to 12 a. m. Sewing
and fancy work for Chinese girls.
Saturday, 2 to 4 p. m. Sewing for
Japanese girls.
Evening classes for boys, 7 to 9
every evening.
Monday, clay-modeling.
Tuesday, games.
Wednesday, drawing.
Thursday, English for Chinese
young men.
Friday, English for Chinese and
Japanese young men.
Saturday, a general good time for
all. '
Alexander House is frequently
open Sunday afternoon for reading,
story-telling and singing.
The reading room is open Monday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, and every afternoon and
evening during class hours. All are
invited to come in to read books,
magazines and the daily newspapers,
the Evening Bulletin, Semi-Weekly
Stir, Hawaiian Gazette, Indepen
dent and O Luso are to be found
there.
There is a large number of agri
cultural reports, dealing with the
growing of plants and tho killing of
iusect pests, etc., which may bo a
help to planters or gardeners.
By application to the Settlement
Worker and the payment of a small
fee the boobs and magazines in the
library may be taken out for two
weeks. At the end ot that time they
may be renewed for one week. Each
book will be charged to the person
drawing it, as in all public libraries,
and a fee of one cent a day for hold
ing a book longer than two weeks
(unless renewed) will be charged to
the one who drew out the book. The
fee for the privilege of taking books
away from the reading room is 75
cts. for the school year, or $1.00 for
the entire year. The latter includes
the privilege of keeping one or .two
during the summer vacation.
People of all nationalities are al
ways welcomed at the Settlement.
WAS IT lELE?
PUNALUU, Oct. 17. Another
wonder has come upon the land and
started the old timers to speculate.
Last night about midnight the vol
cano was giving a most brilliant ex
hibition when all of a sudden an im
mense smoke cloud began to form.
Illumined from below it first took the
form of an enormous balloon. Then
changing slowly it formed perfectly
into the likeness of a gigantic woman.
It was so distinct as to' be almost
startling. The form remained for
some minutes, one arm extended
over Kau as if in benediction, tho
other arm extended toward Kona
apparently holding a stick or spear.
The form then changed into that
of a cat or' tiger sitting- on its
hauuehes with Us tail curved up be
hind. Advertiser.
Read the MAUI NEWS.
.. NOTICE.
BIG 1G page STORY PAPER for
12 months and nice present free to
you, postpaid, on receipt ol 25 cents,
silver or 1 cent stamps. Also premi
um list and cntalogue sent free.
Address: PACIFIC ENTERPRISE
CO.
1189 Alakea Street, Honolulu.
BY AUTHORITY
Assistants at the polls.
Notice to Candidates for County Offices.
Tho attention of candidates for
County Offices is drawn to the follow
ing Section of the Rules and Regu
lations for Administering Oaths and
Holding Elections, as amended by an
Act to Provide a Government, for the
Territory of Hawaii:
Soction 30. Every candidate shnll,
on the day preceding the election,
furnish the inspec ''ors at each pt e
cinct with a complete list of tho
names of all persons allowed by law
to be employed and so employed by
liim to assist at such precinct in the
electiou, and no person whoso name
is not on such list shall be permitted
to attend at the polling place on bo
half of such candidate.
Nothing herein contained shall be
construted to forbid the gratuitous
assistance of any candidate by any
person.
v G. R. CARTER,
Secretary of the Territory.
C. R. BUCKLAND,
Electoral Registrar
The Capitol, Honolulu, October 28th,
1903.
CANDIDATES
For County Offices.
Every Candidate for a County of
fice in the Counties of East Hawaii,
west Hawaii, Maui and Kauai must
file his nomination paper at the office
of the Secretary of the Territory, in
Honolulu, not later than five o'clock
on the afternoon of Tuesday, October
13th, 1903, accompanied by a deposit
of Twenty-five Dollars.
No person shall be 'eligible to a
County or District office unless of
the age of twenty-one years, a citizen
of the Territory, and an elector ot
the County or District in which the
duties of the office are to be exercis
ed, and a resident therein for three
years immediately preceding such
election and no person shall hereafter
be eligible to the office of District
Attorney who shall not have been
admitted to practice in tho Supreme
Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
Nomination papers must be signed
by not less than twenty-five (25) duly
qualified electors of the County for
which such election is to be held.
G. R. CARTER.
Secretary of tho Territory.
C. R. BUCKLAND
Electoral Registrar.
Honolulu, Sept. 12. 1903.
COUNTY NOMINEES
REPUBLICAN PARTY
Supervisors. W. F. POGUE
THEO. MEYERS
A.N. HAYSELDEN
J. K. JOSEPA
W. H. KING
Sheriff.-L. M. BALDWIN '
County Clerk. D. MORTON
Auditor. W. A. McKAY
Tax Assessor. -W. T. ROBINSON
Dist. Attorney. N. W. ALULI
Treasurer. F. WITTROCK
Surveyor. HUGH HOWELL
LADIES OF MAUI!
It is necessary no longer to write
to Honolulu for your
Face Powder, Creams, Tooth
Powders, Tooth Wash, Toilet
Soaps, Perfume?, Rose Water,
Yiolet Ammonia, Hair Tonics,
Brushes.Combs, Syringes, etc.
Write US. , .We Carry Everything.
"Marvel" Syringes, "Fountain"
Syringes', Hot Water Bags
T .
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?4 ii 1 -1 .m ii L r i i in.nni 11 m mm ?fi
WALL TBNTS, WCDGB TENTS,
CANOPIES, AWNINGS,
CANVAS GOODS.
LVRITE TO
THE
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ORDER
mire
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You know their use-1-we. know how to
make them.
Any kind o? material Used to suit and
they're guaranteed to satisfy the most
exacting.
Prices Upward from $10.00
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YtiUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL STREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods and General Merchandise
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD5
AVhich They Offer and Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, at
Prices and Terms Most Favorable.
We Fear No Competition
, SOLE AGENTS FOR
LITTLE. JOKER and CROSS CUT TOBACCO
and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOSTi PROMPT ATTENTION
. MAUI COFFEE
Recommended ty the Manager of Bhaui Hotel as being equal to Kone,S
Coffee in Taste and Aroma. ;
Two YeaVs Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities.
Fresh Crop Sold by tho Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
. CHAS. COPP, - - Makawao, Maul. ;
If you want any of the following articles .write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Ltd. j
P. O.JBox 246, Honolulu, T. H., for prices
Stoves and Ranges, Crockery and Glassware,. Kftchen
Utensils, Agate Ware, Tin Ware,Ice Boxes and Refrig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years. ;
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cartridges, etc., etc
Art Goods'and Pyrography Outfits. Correspondence solicited
THE MAUI BAZAAR,
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lauhala Hits, Mit ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, nndi Hawaiian Quilts.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignment:?.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
K. op P. HALL BUILDING ;! WAILUKU, MAUIj
Mrd.J.K. Kahookele, Business Manager
New Shipment Goming
Italian Marble, Scotch and Americau 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 ou application.
Safe of any known makejfuruished.
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