Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, July 27, 1901, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
- s-.o.-,,.,.; t ;
Tie Bank of Hawaii
can be hcl at the office of the
Incorporated Under th& Laws
tuc Kopuoiicof Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED P.10FITS $171,564.9
Clins. M. Cooko .President
C. Jones.. . . . ; . . .Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Athortoni . . .Assistant Cashier
Till-not mc-TTnmv Wnl mOinnco
Tom May, P. W. Mncfarlnuc, E. D.
Tei ny, J. A. McCnndless.
I quells the Accounts of Firms.Cor-
A -r m T. i 1 . 1
,110. u-Lions, xrusts, muiviuunis, aim
wil' iiromntlv and carefully attend to
rail business connected with banking
entiustcd to it. Sell and Purchase
'Foi cign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ccivcu ana interest niioweu in nc
coi danco with rules and cdnditions
piintcd in- pass book's", copies of
which mav be hml on rmnlicnhon.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
fc also have a complete and up-n-date
line of Job Type ana are pre.
pared to do
Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
All work executed in a
When in ne'e"d of Printing
of any kind
US A CALL
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for I Maui at
Theo H. Davis ft Co
For Northern, Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
i mi r- -v.
ill ii hiu.
taw , m
ALL HE WANTS"
?he "Norwood0 like
the American dHfcfe'H'
& SOLID THRGUGHftT.
It is made of' '
SATIN-CALF in Lai
Alen's sizes sell for
ECONOMIC SHOE CO. Lfd.
Is This IlotEnough Foi V6u?"
Chicago, July 17. Teriip"eratures
at 7 a. in. New York, 70i Boston
8; Philadelphia, 76; Washington, 74)
Chicago, 80; Minneapolis, 76j Cincin
nati, 78; St. Louis, 80i
Suinr Shades Off
San Fu.vncisco, July 16. Sugar
tumbled thirty points yesterday,
making a total of fifty points since
Friday. Household sugar is now half
a cent cheaper than before. This is
the greatest decline within a similar
period hi tho last ten or more years.
It occurs, too, at tho season whon
sugar generally advances, on ac
count of its increased use in A'apuing
fruits. ' n
Free Trade Now.
Washington, July 1C Secretary
Hay has received by mall an official
roport from Governor Allen of Porto
Rico inclosing the resolutions adopt
ed by the Ppi-to Rican Legislature
providing for tree trade between the
United States and Porto Rico after
bJuly2oth next Promptly upon Mr,
Allen s arrival in this country a pro
clamation was framed to give effect
to this resolution. It is expected
that tho document will be purely
formal in terms, simply reciting tho
proper section of the Forakcr act
and declaring free trade.
Nearly Caught Stcyn.
London, July 14. The War Office
has received the following dispatch
from Lord Kitchener, dated at Pro
toria: "Jtsroadwood s brigade sur
prised Reitz, capturing Steyn's
brother and others.
Steyn himself escaped in his shirt
sleeves, i with one other man only,
The so-callod 'Orange River Govern
ment' papers were captured."
Latest Census Bulletin.
Washington, July 14. The Census
'Bureau, in a bulletin on the popula
tion by sex, general nativity and
'color in 1000 in Hawaii, gives tho
following summary :
Hawaii Males, 106,369; females.
47,632; native born, 63,221; foreign
born, 90,780; total wfcite, 60,890
native white, 54,141; foreign parents
16,223: forgein white. 12,49: total
The loreign-born element con'
stitues very nearly three -fifths of tho
population of Hawaii, and comprised
maiuly Chinese and Japanese.
Hiding the Destruction.
Peking, July 14. The Chinese ofll
cials are making elaborate prepara
tions to save tho Emperor's pride
when he enters Peking. All evidence
of the destruction wrought by the
war along the streets to be traveled
Djr the Emperor will be temporarily
disguised. Great pagodas will be
erected. The Cllnmen gate, which
was nearly demolished by the .born
bardment, will be repaired with wood
and plaster, painted to' resemble
st'puc, and the damage io the walls
nA i J J ' 1 1 . ,,ni 1 . ! 1 . 1
uuu uuir uuuuings win uu similarly
Nicaragua Cdnal Negotiations,
London, July 13. The Associated
Press is officially informed that tho
special cable dispatches announcing
that the Nicaraguan negotiations
had reached a definite phase
and that United States Embas
sador Choate was conferring with
Lord Pauncefote and the -Marquis of
Lansdowne are utterly . without
foundation. According to thig,jnfor
matlon the only stage reached
that of consuiation before .tbf;.Mar
quis of Lansdowne and Lord Paunce
fote, and Embassador Choato will
have to seo the Foiegin' Ministc
tnany more times befofp', ,tho affair
s ready to be putbefo"e the Cabinet,
It is also said that Mr. Choate has
no been and is not likely to,, bo con
suited at all,
The Milwaukee Patent Puncture Proof TireJSi'- S61e' Afte'ncV-
and only place whore the guarantee on these tires can bo filled is ati
ailey's Honolulu Cyelery LtdL
alley's Hilo Cycler
The S. T. Alexander twenty-two
days from Kahulul with sugar( has
arrived at San Francisco.
Tho Kodlundia was scheduled to
eave San Francisco for Honolulu on
her regular trip on July 20.
The transport Haucock arrived at
San Francisco from Manila on tho
16th, twenty-one days out, making
tho trin direct between ports. This
is a record breakor.
The new barkentmo hohala was
launched on July 10 at Eureka' for
Hind, Rolph & Co, and duly christen
ed. The Kohala is four-masted and
is considered to bd dno of the best
sailing vessel constructed this sea
son. Sli'e will bo used in the Coast
and fsfehd trade.
Cap'tainP. M. Stokkebyo of the
SchOonor Honolulu roports to the
Hydrographlc Office at San Francis
co that on April 28. 1901, while en
route to Lahaina from Nowcastle,
N. S. W., ho saw breakers in latitudo
7 degrees, 33 minutes north, longi
tudo 153 degrees, 42 minutes west.
The weather was clear ana the sea
smooth. The captain watched the
breakers for over an hour. The
chronometer was found to bo cor
reot upon sighting Hawaii,
The now bakrentine Lahaina, launch
ad at Oakland on the same day that
tho battleship Ohio took tho water,
is highly praised by her master, Cap
tain Carlson. Tho maiden trip of
the Lahaina took her to Pugot
Sound, Where she arrived safely,
eleven days out froir. this port. The
passage was almost continually
against a strong northwest wiad.
Close-haulod and on the wind the t .HhiA t'kr. tttt- mr-rTi. j
barkentine made twelve knots, and S0LE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY
with the wind abeam Captain Carl
' New Yokk-, July 11. A. cable to
thq Sun frohV Manila says: A repor
reaches hero from an unofficial
gbiu-co that the Filipino crow of the
bix-ujiiiiiii) uuigiKB mutinied recent
ly. Thoy killed tho captain? and cu
gineor and theii abandoned the ves
sel, which was picked up by,.-a gun
boat and towed to Zaraboauga
. Inuring thq. administration, .of
general uuaino lieigiua was' ceizcd
and 'her. ownt?i,s heavilv fined for
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co;,
$25, $40, $50
Ctihion Frames, 60.
1900 Ghainfo $7.OG
For the 7Vorg:an fe lArlgrht H,alc5k Tires. K
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SftENCE
T HB &EST FOR
AOlif H AND TEETH
H. HACKFELD & CO,
son Is confident that the new vessel
can make fourteen knots.
San Fhancisco. July 17. The
steamers Meteor, Eureka, and Tam-
pico, all en-route to this port from
tho Eastern coast with cargoes of
coal, are said to bo intended for a
new line to be established between
Seattle and Honolulu by the 'Globe
Navigation Company. The Meteor
is to to bo specially fitted up for the
f ranQnnrt.nt.inn rf fruit, nil return
trips from the islands, and for this
purpose will have a coici-storage(
plant installed upon her arrival here,
Vessels in Pont--Kahulul
Br. Bark. Antiope, Murraj',
iLadysmlth, B. C. Coal.'
Am Bark. W. B. Flint, Johnson,
from S. F.. Gon'l Mdse.
Julj 25th. S. S. Claudlnej Parker,
July 25th, S.
Road Wagons $100 Ufiwapdsl
Top Buggies - &95 to $1001
ITwo Seated Wagons
iBrakes - . $35
$160 to $200
$lt5 to $2001
Si .Maui, Bcnnct,
1 Harness - $15 & up per
ii3. O. Box,760 Honolulu, H, T.
July 20th. Am. . Bktno. Ruth,
Poters'th, for S. F. with 13100 slcs.
Sugar: r... '
July 25th. S. S. Claudlne, Parker,
for Hana. v ;, ,
July 25th. S. S. Matil, Bcnnct, for
Hawaii Ports. .
July 27th. S..B; Cluudine, Parker,
for, Honoluju at 5 p. m.
July 27-th. (Br. Bark Antiope for
Ladysmith B. C. Ballast.
This Space Reserved.
Oceanic Time Table.
June 2Q Hongkong Maru.. . . . ,S. F.
Nippon Maru Yokohana u
8 Aorangl Sydney u
0 Miowera , Victoria
6 China ,,S F.
0 Peru Yokdhama
16 Doric ,,,S. F,
1 " 16 Mariposa iSydnoy
" 17 Sierra ,S. F,
" 10 Coptic YGkbhariia
, " 24 Nippon Maru ;,.-, -.S. F,
, " 26 Ameiica Maru. . . Yokbhama
" 31 Moana....:i...,.-......Sydnoy
Aug, 1 Peru . ..S.-F,
3 City of Peking.-,., Yokohama
" 3 Aorangl ...Victoria
SOFA CUSHION COVERS
For one month (ihiy at 25 cts, eaorfslze 2$1n. by 24
These c5Vers sell f bP
75 cerftW in Honolulu
We make this nffftr fnr th month nnlu
Juno 29 Hongkong.Maru.YoEohama ' J
July 2 Nippon Maru., ........ S. P. knA ,JI1
gl. Victoria Tgf owuujjjtu auj auuiwda m mo IMdHUi
6 Miowora, .Sydney
6 China -.Yokohama
9 Peru, .-. S. F.
16 Dorijj Yokohama
16 Mariposa .S. F.
17 Sierra Sydney
19 Coptic S. F.
21 Nippon Maru S. F.
26 America, Maru S. P.
31 Moana; .Victoria
Postage Paid, on receipt of 25 Cents
They coftie'lii. twelve patterns'
Au. UPeru , Yokol
3 Abranji'. . , ; . , . , Sydney
P. O. Ecr U21 HONOLULU, H. T.