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iext Thursday, November 2fi, l as
been appointed u Iliankyi viny Dy.
The homo i Uif ollkers elect feel
quito sure cf securing bond. Seme
have done bo nireudy.
Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads,
Programs and small pamphlet work
a specialty at the News office.
Nice Barber Shop for Salo. Apply
to PINKNEY BROWN
business is rather quiet on central
Maui ui d will probably remain so
until the mills start up. next month.
Don't forget the sale at Alexander
House, Saturday evening, November
28, 7:30 o'clock. Admission, 10 cents.
Quite showery wittther has pn'
vailed on central Maui ihiswe'efe,
renderiug the ro'uds quite muddy and
A meeting of the Maui Racing
Association has been called to ar
range a program of races for Christ
It is claimed that an effort will be
made to remove the ite of the court
house to Wells Park. Better remove
it to Kahului aud be done with it.
FIREWOOD: Orders left at the
Waiohuli Market will have prompt
A police call to quell a disturbance
ou one of the back streets, was rung
. , up last Monday evening, and caused
. .' quite an excitement for a short while.
' FOR SALE.-One first-class Brake
with pole. Oak finish. Newport make.
P. O. Box 38, Makawao.
First Class, merchantable lumber
for sale on the beach, at $22.00 and
up, M., per spot cash. Apply to
The beach road has received some
weeded attention in the matter of
removing a a quantity of smaH,bould
ers washed over it by recent high
It is' reported that the Fidelity
1 Insurance Co. of Honolulu is consider
-rj ing the proposition of giving bonds
M ' . for the newly elected county officers
' of Maui.
I Card have been issued for a social
- dance at Aloha Lodge, K. of H. Hall
Wailuku, on Wednesday evening,
'. November 25. Admission, $1.00, la
The public are indcbled to thc
Wailuku band for two free concerts
this week. The boys are Imakiug
rapid progress in proficiency, aud are
j a credit to Maui.
The Ladies Guild of Wailuku will
give a sale of Christmas dainties nd
also serve refreshments ou the eMrch
lawn and in the iruild room ol the
, church, on December 5.
Hereafter subscribers to the News
will have no trouble in keeping tubs
on the movements of local trains;
See ud. on second page, and iilso
read tho reading malalo the time
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 else $1.00. It is
-published at Atlanta, Ga., and full
of reading and illustrations. Address
PACIFIC ENTERPRISE CO.
Alakea St. Honolulu, H. T. ,
The big grocery house of Lewis &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, present an at
tractive address iu .our columns to
the economical Maul housewives.
This concern has been a .household
word to the people ot Maui for the
past 20 years. Their mammoth es-
- tablishment in Honolulu is only equal
ed by one grocery on the Pacific
Coast. They pay careful attention
to mall orders, and solicit Maui trade.
Freight prepaid on orders amounting
to $20.00. Send Fob Catalogue.
,i During the year 1902 we occupied
in St. Louis 44J5.000 square feet of
floor space, or nearly 11 acres.
We employed in St. Louis 3700 people
We paid for help $2, 170,40. (W.
We cut 1,761,653 animal skins.
We shioped $7,030,143.77 worth of
shoes. . ; '
Epgine Capacity 1500 horse-power.
Louis factory output A Shoe a
?nts Country Club Bal $3.50 Shoes
WSx Oalf and VicD
.HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE 'Co.
' "jff N.vAjDXUREB' Shoe... Co., . ,$o
AgentJ Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
" ' . i
COL. W. H. CORNWELL
The community were startled and
srrieved to hear on Wednesday morn
ing cf the sudden death of Col. W.
H. Cornwell, at his home inWaikopu.
He experienced a severe attack of
angina pectoris during Tuesday night
and medical service was called in at
four o'clock ou Wednesday morning.
Dr. Wcddick.his attending physician,
remained by him to the end which
came about eight o'clock on Wednes
Col. Cornwell was born at Brook
lyn, New York, in March 1841, being
over G2 years old. While a boy he
came with his father, the late Henry
Cornwell, to the Islands and early in
the sixties came to Waikapu where
his father and James Louzuda had
purchased the lands of the Richard
son estate, aud started a sugar
plantation. Col. W. H. Cornwell and
Coi. George W. Macfarlane after
wards bought this plantation and
owned it until Col. Cornwoll's inter
est was sold to the Wailuku Sugar
About twenty years since, Colonel
Cornwell became the lessee of the
large cattle ranches of Waiohuli and
Keokta, which leases have recently
been renewed for long terms. In the
sale of tho Waikapu lands Col. Corn
well reserved the old homestead which
has ever since beeu his home, when
During the reigns of King Kala
kaua and Queen Liliuokalani, Co)
Cornwell bore a prominent part in
public affairs. While a member of
the upper house, he joined the house
hold of King Kalakaua as Major of
Staff and member of the privy coun
cil. He was also a membor of the
privy council and Colonel in the
Queen's household. ' He was also ap
pointed Minister of Finance, but im
mediately retired upon a vote of want
of confidence in . his prime minister
He was again appointed Minister of
Finance, and held the position till the
overthrow of the monarchy. Colonel
Cornwell was highly respected and
honored by the late King and Queen,
being decorated Grand Officer of the
Crown of Hawaii, Officer of the Or
der of Kalakaua, Officer of the Order
of Kapiolani, and also a Knight Com
mander of the Order of the Sacred
Treasure ef Japan. He was also past
Master of Hawaiian Lodge, F. & A.M.
In 1870, Cok Cofnwell was married
to Miss Blanche Macfarlane, a sister
of Colonel George W. Macfarlane, who
died some years since, leaving three
child reu, Mrs. J. H. Walker, Mrs. A
A. Braymer, and W. H. Cornwell, Jr.
During tho present year Col. Corn-
well was married agaiu to Mrs. Col-
vin, who survives him.
Col. Cornwell was a man of rare
affability of character and was very
popular among his hosts of friends
on the Islands and on the Cobst.
Funeral services were held at the
Waikapu home on Thursday after
noon, and the remains were forwarded
to Honolulu by Thursday's night's
yauna Loa, where they will be in
terred by the side of his wife, under
the auspices of the masonic fraternity
Rev. Komuro is doing excellent
work at the Japanese Mission is this
town. Rev. E. Tokimasa, his pre
decessor, has been transferred to a
Mission in Honolulu, near the Wai-
kiki road. ,
At the Pioneer Mill it is expected
that a little cane will be run through
at the close of the week. The regular
grinding season will probably begin
on Monday next.
A concert in aid of the Kinder
garten will be given this Saturday
evening at Kindergarten Hall. The
proceeds will be devoted to the pur
chase of additional chairs' and other
much needed articles. On account of
the large attendance at the daily
sessions of the school, some of the
children are now obliged to sit on
boxes or on the floor.
Dr. Bit-knell, a Honolulu dentist, is
at the Pioneer Hotel.
Mrs. Olsen and her son Reidar are
enjoying a vacation iu HopcAulu.
Mr. Gibbs, the manager of the
Oloiralu Plantation, has been some
what indisposed, but is now able to
attend to business as usual. Mrs.
Gibbs a id her children were visiting
friends in Lahaiua on Tuesday.
The pupils of the Lahainaluna In
dustrial School have enjoyed a rare
treat this week. Rev. W..D. West
ervelt of Honolulu has 'Riven,, two
very,, .entertaining and - instructive
lectures on "China" and "Japan. "
The lectures were illustrated with
numerous lantern views, taken by
Mr. Wcstcrvelt during his recent
trip to the Orient.
Alexander Mouse Sale.
There will be a sale rf fancy ar
ticles ut Alexander House Saturday
veiling Nov. 28.
All kinds of needle-work, pyro
graphy, children's dresses, lauhalu
work, TuMiiiinian-hhcll leis, water
color work and a beautiful oil paint
ing of .Lanai will be on sale.
a snort musical programme is in
be rendered. An admission of 10
cents will be charued. Doors oiu
at 7.30 p. m.
KAMAUNU ESTA TE.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is here by given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in that certain Indenture
of Mortgage dated the 8th day of
January, A. D. 1898, executed, ac
knowledged and delivered by Kama
unu Hanalei, as mortgagor, and join
ed in by Naaikauna Kumaunu, his
wife, in token of her release ot dower,
both of Lahaina, Islands of Maui, to
the Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
a corporation created, existing and
doing business under the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, Mor tgagee, said
mortgage having been given to se
cure the payment of Three Hundred,
Forty nnd one-half ($340.50) Dollars,
drawing interest at the rateofs-iven
per cent per annum, payable semi an
nually, and now to be sold because of
the non-payment of said priucipal sum
and interest thereon due, which said
mortgage is recorded in liber 179, at
pages 10 and 11, in the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances a t Honolulu
and which is still held and owned by
the said Pioneer Mill Company, Lim
ited, the said Mortgage intends to
foreclose said mortgage for coudition
broken, that is to say: for non-pay
ment of the principal sum therein
named, and for non-payment of in
terest, as by the terms of said mor
Notice is likewise, given by said
Mortgagee, the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, Limited, that, alter the ex
piration ,of three (3) weeks from the
date of this notice, towit, on Satur
day, the 14th day of November, A,
D. 1903, at twelve o'clock noon of
said day, said mortgaged property,
for the reason hereinabove stated,
will be sold at public auction, at the
entrance to the court house at Laha
ina, Maui, (at which pluce the Decem
ber terms of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit have heretofore been
Terms of sale: Cas"h at. the time of
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of property to be sold, ap
ply to D. H. Case, attorney for
Mortgagee, at Wailuku, Maui, or to
the Pioneer Mil'. Compauy, Limited,
at Lahaina, Maui.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
Date this 16th day of October, 1903.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
.The following is a description of
the property conveyed by said mor
tgage, and which will be sold:
"All those pieces and parcels of
land situate at Moalii and Kapunakea ,
Lahaina, which are described in
Royal Patent No. 3433, L. C. A. No.
6700 to Hanalei, containing an area
of 6 acres, 2 roods, $2 rods, more or
less, aud which were conveyed from
the said Hanalei and Pukui to Ka
poaimokuLaa (w) and Kamaunu, by
deed date May 18th, 18G8, of record
in liber 23, on pages 374 and 375,"
and conveying allot the mortgagor's
right, title and interest, with all of
the privileges acd appurtenances
2531 Oct. 20, 37 Nov. 3, 10.
At the special instance and request
of Kamaunu Hanalei, mortgagee
above named, said foreclosure sale
has been, and is, continued and post
poned until Saturday December 5th,
1903; at which time and place said
mortgaged proper ty will be sold at
the same hour, apd under the same
terms and conditions as hereinabove
set forth. f
PIONEER MILL CO. LTD.
D. H. CASE ,,
Atty. for Mortgagee.
Orlgiual nqtice also published In
Newspaper WiioTttka, date's Oct. 3,
30, Nov.G , 19, 1903.
Notice to Candidates for Ci unty
The attention of candidates for
County Offices is drawn to the follow
i.12 Sections of the Rules and Reg
ulations for Administering Oaths and
Holding Elections, as amended by nn
Art to Provide a Government for
tho Territory of Hawaii:
Section 31. Within twenty. dim
following any election, each candidate,
apd each agent or committee acting
for or on behiilf of any candidate,
shall tile with the Secretary of the
Territory an itemized statement of
hit or their expenses by, for, or on
behalf of such candidate or election,
showing each amount expended, the
the purpose or object for which each
expenditure was made, and tho per
son or person? to whjm made; which
statement shall be sworn to ly each
person making such expenditures,
and shall be open to public inspection.
Statement When no Expenses are
Section 32. If u candidate or imy
uirent or committee acting on his be
hah' has or have incurred no expenses
on account of such election, he and
they thall file within twenty days
after the election with the secretary
of the Territory, u sworn statement
setting forth such fact.
Expenses: Legally Incurrable,
Section 33. The following expenses,
and no other, mav be legally incur
red by or for a candidate for election
as Senator or Representative, V.z. ;
1. His personal expense as a can
2. Expenses of printing und ad
3". Cost of stationery and postage.
4. Expenses of publio meetings
5. Rent and supplies of committee
rooms not to exceed one for each
G. Salaries of not more thin one
elrk and two messengers for each
7. Salaries of not more than one
watcher on election day only, at
each yolling pluce.
; G. R. CARTER
Secretary of the Territory.
The Capitol, Honolulu, November
In accordance with the provision
of Section 4ab, Chapter 3(5 of the
Laws of 1897, I have this day Set
apart a suitable enclosure tor the
impounding of Estrays, at Waihali,
near Kahakuloa, District of Lahaina,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
HENRY E. COOPER. ,
Superintendent of Publio Works.
I have this d&v iiinnint.p1 V Ti
Keanu Esq, Pound Master for the
uuove mentioned .found.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works
Honolulu October 29th 1903.
LOST $10 Reward. On August
20, at Waihee, one bay horse about 4
years old, branded a cross unchor
on right hip. The above reward
will be paid for the return of said
horse or information leading to his
BIG 1G page STORY PAPER for
12 months and nice present free to
you, postpaid, on receipt of 25 cents,
silver or 1 cent stamps.' Also premi
um list and catalogue sent free.
Address: PACIFIC ENTERPRISE
1189 Alakea Street, Honolulu.
YOU DID NOT KNOW
That we have the largest assort
ment of CIGARS on Maul, hav.
30 Different Brands
Sc !o 25c Each".
The boys who know something
about CIGAR6, the real connois
seurs, buy them from US. Why
MAD? DRUG STORE
V. A, YETLESEN, Proprietor
3 Ay V'-V A
I i i i rli"Hi mr in ii i
S$ WALL TENTS, WEDGE TEN
' r amiAc rnnnc f?
J? IARITE TO
I TV?, HflllW PEARSON, ft POTTEi! CO. LTD: $
You know their use-we Kn ;w rovv to
Any kind of material used to suit and
Ethey're guaranteed to satisfy the most
Prices Upward from $10.00
PORTER FURNITURE CO., Ltd;
YOUNG BUILDING CORNER HOTEL SIREET.
WITH THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods and General Merchandise ,
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TRAD!
Which They OHer and Soli TO j-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 MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kona
Coffee in Taste and Aroina.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag, or less Quantities;
Fresh Crop Sold by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffee a Fair Chance in the Local Market.
For prices and particulars, apply to
CHAS. COPP, - Makawao, tlMauI.
If you want any of the follo wing articles write
to the PACIFIC HARDWARE CO; Ltd.,
P. 0.iBox 246, Honolulu, T. HM for prices
Stoves and Ranges Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen
Utensils, Agate WareJTinJWareJceJBoxes and Re':rig
erators, Carrara Paint, which lasts for years.
SPORTING GOODS-Guns, Revolvers, Cirtrides, "etc., etc
Art Goods and Pyrography Outfits. Corresponds ice solicited
THE MAUI BAZAAR
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory vJreaths, Lauhila Hals, Mats ana
daskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, andVIawaiian QiilU.
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, Birds.' Nest Fern Work,
Such as Napkiu Rings, etc.
We Also Receive Articles on Consignments.
Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. 't,
K. op P. HALL BUILDING j , WAILUKUJMAU.il
Mrs. J. K. Kahookee, Business Manager,.
New Shipment Coming
Italian Marble, Scotch and Americau Granite, Ornamental
Figures in Italian Marble on Granite Bases. 1
Memorials in any material known to the.tradel fncludiilg' broriz'e.
Photographs of all designs cheerfully furnish on aoDlication.
Safe of anyknown makelfurnished.
.1 5 AYTF! I
P ft. Box U42, 1013-103 ALAKEA
Sr. per. KING .sr -HOTEL Sra,