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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, April 27, 1901, Image 4',
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fiEIS US A CALL
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in Ismli si' Hawaii
Incorporated Undor the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL. .' $000,000.00
, OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atliertou. . .Assistant Cashier
Direct ors Henry Waterliouso,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny..l. A. McCniulloss.
Solicits the Accounts of Finns,Cor
pora lions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted lo.it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Excbauge, Issue Letters of
. Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in nn-
fcordauce with rules and conditions
I printed in uass books, conies nf
hvlrieh may bo had on application.
,iuau uuiuiing, u or t St., Honolulu
SOLE AOKNTS YOR
Kickapoo Indian SAQWA.
" COUGH CURIi
" ' SALVE
" WORM KILLER
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main oliice and permanent address
Cor, Chapel and Hamihon St.
Now Haven, Conn.
Foi sale by all
Leading Stores anil Druggists
Thoo II. Davis if Co
Genera! AT. e t-c 1 ct.net i s e-
Tor Northern Assurance Co.
, Canadian Australian Steamship '
yefe ft Ml Co,
fort Street, Honolu'iu
! AGENTS FOR
' STERLING and IVER JOHNSON
DELERS IN All kind of twortftrg Goods
fl 5 U n
aro built iwvuar,
"ej fun mailt) to our order.
!.) miuto specially for.TIa .v.tlclimatc.
'. Ex Falls of Clyde wo hac-
SkOO Child's shoes.:
75s lloy'sKtrong Jaco satlu calT shots
!$I,50 Laillo' la ee, cloth top or Uld 1(1
$2.00 Ladles' t.otu top lacc-nHocs.
$.50 Ladles hac( cloth tefOxrordii
i$ .50 Lad'.es" heavy sole ltid laco shoel
I P-Vffcti walking shoe.
$1.25 Glen's split crcedblcro's toll;
31.75 MenV. and boy'' oil grain creod
wftl.T" 5 Men's Ratln'calfjdrcs! .shoes.
ijJS.OO Men's colflaca shoes.
'342. SO Men's superior oil grain croa
300 M.tn's box'calt dress shoos. .
3.00 lien's Tramvaal calf shoos.
liUIUSUi: C OODS-Sllppi;rs,Ot erp,Focthold
Wo kt and "by tho goods wo sell. Woguaiat
teo sa dsfaotlon With evcrv pair Ujusht of u
Stuffy etouomy and'buy at
ifEconomicH Shoe Co
! WAlANUliNUP ST., IIILOj
Vholtsalo & Retail dealers In' Moots Sho
Twflay is the Btith day of the legis
A joint session of tio senate and
house will 'be 'held today. " '
The Senate will today take up the
matter of tho Governor's appoint
ments. The Governor has signed tho bill
appropriating $Ji500 for the school
exhibit at Buffalo.
The House passed on llnal reading
tho bill to keep lepers and consumpj
tlvcs out of the country.
The legislative appropriation of
$45,000 for the session of the legisln
turo is practically all gone.
gISenator Kaiuo introduced tho re
solution adopted by theWalhiku peo
.pic asking that their town bo made
ithe county scat.
Tho report of tho judiciary com
mittee in favor of indefinitely post
poning the bill for capital punish
ment was adopted. ,
The governor signed house bill
number five, making it a misdemcau
or to wear a Grand Army badge
without due authority.
Dickey attempted to have 'Wuiluku
substituted forLahaiua, county scat
of Maui-Ji'olokui-Liiumi county, but
tho change was defeated.
Hov.se bill No. 101, relating to the
qualifications of officeholders! came
up for the third reading and -passed
b.y a vole of 27 ayes and 2 noes.
House bill No. Oil, relating to the
employment of labor on all public
works, came up for the third rending,
ana was passed by a votelof Zi ayes
to 2 noes.
Undor the authority given Senate
bill (i.) it will provide for the issue of
$1,0-10,000 of bonds, and defines the
purposes for which the money obtain
ed shall be expended.
'ine i'uuuc Idealth Committee re
ported on. tho Auli-crcniation bill
it amended a tho committee sug
gests, tho Board 'of Health may
order bonies cremated.
A mejisrgo from the Senate stated
that the tlog tax bill had 'passed over
the Governor's veto, ayes 11, noes 4
The v eto on the anti-vaccination bill
was f justaiued, ayes 0, noes U.
"Ir. "White gave notice of a biil to
l"0 introduced providing for an official
'reporter of the vamous courts of
Hawaii. Bead by title under suspen
sion of the rules and sent to commit
A concurrent resolution was intro
duced by Beckley petitioning Con
gross to change the section of the
Grannie Act so that the judicial
system should be changed. The les
olution was referred to the Commit
tee on Judiciary after some discus
The Senate yesterday ufternoon
sustained the Governor's veto of the
auti-vaccination law, by a vote of six
to nine. The House has passed the
bill over the vote by a large vote
but the action of the Senate sottles
its fate and vaccination must remain
The County bill (House bill 48) was
brought up in tho Senate last Mon
day morning. There was a long
wrangle on this before it finally pas
sed its first reading, The Indepen
dents as a whole- intend to push this
bill through even if nothing else is
done for tic remainder of tho session.
Robertson's motion" Monday night
to smoke in sclf-protGotiou against
the mosquitoes Was' considered by
Prendorgast the Precocious a bar
sinister on the dignity of tho House's
escutcheon and to' that Ond Robert
son's suggestion; wa's striciken off the
minutes and the unsullied pride of
the House proceedings was kept in
tact, Mr. Kauuh'a presented a long re
port which occupied tho interpreters
over ten minutes, upon an act to
crcato and maintain an agricultural
model farm and the management
thereof. The majority of tho commit
tee recommended that tho bill be
passed after numerous amendments
which wore specified and held by tho
committee to be important cpnsider
hig tho effort to doVelop agricultural
puiVuTtsi in Hawaii.
Lnhnhia has been declared a port
The Lyman I). Foster has been in
ballast for several days past, and no
orio seems to know exactly why she
has not sailed.
American ship Henry Villai'd, late
ly purchased by Hind Rolph & Co.,
has been chartered by H. Hack fold
fc Co. to load sugar at Honolulu for
SanFrancisco. Sho is expected to
sail about Saturday.
The transport Arab arrived m
San Francisco on tho 10th instant.
Sho was on her way to Manila and
when several hundred miles out her
boilers wero found to be leaking so
badly that sho put back for repairs.
The Mokihana is almost through
being repaired and in a few days
more will be ready for n cargo. Tho
little craft has been laid up for re
pairs for several weeks near tho
Healnni boathouso, and during that
time she has been submitted to
most thorough ovei'hauling. Tho
schooner is in even better condition
now than sho was before she went
upon the rocks.
Frederick Jordan, who was the
pilot in charge of tho Rio do Janeiro
when that steamer went down near
tiie entrance of the uolilcn Ualc on
the morning of February 22 last
has been exonerated from all blame
in connection with the disaster and
reinstated in his position of pilot.
Hereafter Jordan will bo permitted
to act with the others pilots as be
fore the accident to the Rio.
Tho largest steamship ever built
in America is the .Korea, blie is
owned by the Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company vand was launched at
Newport News in the latter part
of last month. Her length is 572 feet,
inches; beam 03 feel, She will
displace 18,000 tons on a draft of
seventeen feet. She will ply bo
tween San Franeiscoland Hong Kong
making Honolulu .1 port of call
She will accommodate 1450 passen
gera. The Korea may be expected
at some time in December or Janu
Vessels in Po't--KaIiului
'Am. Schr. Lyman D. Foster
Killmnn, from New Castle, coal.
Am. Sp. Henry Failing, Matthew
from N. Y
S. F.. Mdse.
Lurline, Shaube, from
Apr. 24 S. S. Mokolii, Napala
from Honolulu, Mdse.
Apr. 24 Is. Sch. Golden Gate
Maty, from HonolulL, Mdse.
Apr. 24 Is, Sch. Alice Kimball
Maey, from Honolulu, Mdse.
Apr. 27 S. S. Claudine, from Ho
Apr. 21i Am. sp. Charmer, Slater
for S. F. 47500 bags sugar.
A pi4. 25 Is. Sch. Alico Kimball
Macv, fof Honolulu
Apr; 20. S. S. Mokolii, Napala, for
Apr. 20 Is. Sch. Golden Gate,
. Apr. 27; S. S. Claudine, for Haua
Honolulu Pbsto'fflcc Time Table.
DATE fcAME 1'HOJt
Apr. 2 Ventura Colonics
" 2 Sonb'mu, SanFrancisco
" 2 fchin.n Yokohama
" 0 Gaelio,.t San Francisco
" 0 Doric. Yokohama
" 10 Aorangi Colonies
" 13 Mariposa San Fraccisco
" 13 Miowei-'a Victoria. B. C.
" Hi Hongkong Maru. . i .... .S. F.
" 18 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 23 Ventura San Francisco
" 23 Sierra ..;...-., Colonics
" 24 China . , t . . . .-San Francisco
Apr. 2 Ventura. . ." . . .San Francisco
" 2 Sonoma Colonies
" 2 China. . : San Francisco
" G Gaelic Yokohama
" 0 Doric SanFrancisco
" 10 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 13 MloWora .'....Colonies
10 Hqngkong Maru... Yokohama
'' 17 Mariposa San Francisco
" 19 Nippon Mnru.,.Snn Francisco
''23 Ventura..,. i.Colonios
" 23 Sierra;. ..a Sun Francisco
' " 2s China....,' "...Yokohama
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery
Cushion Frames, Q0
si a o
Tho Mihvnukco Patent Puncture Proof Tires. Solo Aceuov
and only place where tho guarantee ,on those tiros can be filled is at:
ailey's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.
alley's niSo Cyclery
For tine morgan & Vlrio-ht -Ieio5 Tires.
THE AUTHORITIES ON
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND TEETH
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
sOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Morchant Street, botwoon
.Having establihed a
BENOIT & GONSALVE
at jf -'I
Maui pftlronage. Give Hoine Iikuwv o fan' Qlfance .
MODERN SCIENCE HAVE
Port and Alakoa Streets
harness, saiuls and shoq