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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
Orricii, BAILEY, BLOCK, Kaik St.
WAlLl'Kl. MAt'I, T. B..
One year, (in dvancp) (2.50
The columns of 'he News admit communicn
tlms on pertinent topics. Write only on
onesirtoof paper. Slxn your nnme which
will be he'.U cintidentinl if desire.
G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop
MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
5J$ If it be true, as rumored, that the Inter-Island and the Wild
er S. S, Companies are to consolidate, the outlook is certainly
gloomy for Maui shippers. The News has never attacked these
companies, possibly hoping At some time in the future to pick up
some crumbs in the way of advertising, and outside, of casually
suggesting that both companies are piratical in their freight
charges, and that it would bo in
to fly the black flag with a skull
dealt very gently with their .shortcomings, but one more turn o
the screw will call for remarks from this paper, and a happy. end
ing of the affair will be that Alexander & Baldwin or some otherf
onterpi'sing shipping J firm will put on a line of Inter-Island
ste nr.ers which will give satisfaction to the shipping public
Honolulu is recovering slowly
boom, and prices for real estate as
dually adjusting themselves at normal figures. The same condi
tion existed at Wailuku three years
in Wailuku to rent, and those owning property would not build,
and because of the demand for residences, real estate took on
fictitious value in Wailuku which
property ashamed of itself. A largo number of residences have
since been erected, thus relieving the strain and easing up the
situation, but as a matter of fact more residence houses are still
needed for the constantly increasing population.
Russia is making a wonderful
of internal improvements which are being quietly pushed in the
direction of water ways and railroads which will furnished outlets
for trade and military purposes in
vagant assertion to say that no single country in Europe is today
the peer of Russia m military strength. Any single nation which
would attempt to measure swords
ed. It is only a combination of
and the crucial moment will arrive when Russia feels
enough to face the combination.
JBt It is startling to find how many Hawaiian boys and girls there
are, from fourteen to sixteen years old, who have-all their lives
attended English schools, and yet
English of a nine year old American boy or girl. Are the teachers
to blame lor this? Not entirely,
- J J i.1 A, ? ll. il. .
uows sweui sirauifw mas wim me unaouoieaiy aoie corps oi teacners
on Maui, better results are not achieved. The News would gladly
welcome communications from teachers on this very important
topic, remaps a ntue newspaper
Sil JNotwitnstandmg the fact that
Tuesday afternoon from no assignable cause, after performing
her family duties in, the morning by laying a fine, large egg, the
News still insists that there is a bushel of money to be made on
juaui in tne poultry business, when taken hold of by those who
are expert in hen culture. With
nunarea cmcitens per montn, winch sell readily at from $.75 to
$1.00 each, when they reach frying
money in chicken culture?
jQ The Honolulu dailies are lashing the waters of newspaperdom
into a loam over the old chestnut
puiauon. me jxEws nas soiar reirained irom taking, any part in
- the discussion, lor the reason
juaui comes anywnere near trie
paid up subscribers, but if the Honolulu fight rages much loncer
the business editor of this paper cannot be restrained from giving
the public a few figures as to what our "total subscription
oisi; loots up.
Sf 'I'hflM Vine. A.Vn
uao yoiuajja uju uu
uai in tne unite tstates so serious, as that new pending between
the steel men and their employees. Labor is well organized and
led by able men among the wage
conuiwons amoug tne wormng classes will be largely affected bv
the final result of the strike. The men with the money will win in
the end, however.
J3 Now is good time to hold on to dividend paying sugar stock,
no matter to what price sugar stocks drop,, under th,e stringency of
the money market. As soon as the present "nearness" in financial
affairs has passed, dividend paying augar stock will advance to a
normal price again, although it may no touch the fancy prices
which ruled during the boom in sagar stocks.
ri io bkui upuuivuuiuBs
Wailuku, to start paying business, and money is not needed so
much as enterprise. The live
witnout money.sees a cnance to
hi coat and goes at it is going
to get all the money he needs to
i3 (,iiuuuiai iu uo ueiu in uonoiuiu is a, step in
the right direction. Every encouragement and inducement should
be held out to the small land holders, especially the Hawaiians, to
plant mere fruit and Tegstables about their door yards,
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. TV. Kftlun, Circuit Judue, WrIIiiku
. N. K. Koohi. dork Ulrrntt Court, Wailuku
Jitdg Y. A. McKay DlHt. MnglnlrHto, Walluliu
" Kalmulpltn. " "
" , KnlrlkHU, " "
Josep, ". '
i ' Pitnmnu, " "
Mutioo 41 "
" Kalioohnliihn'a, " "
L. M. Baldwin, ShcrtiT,
A. N. HaynolUen, lteputy Sheriff
9. Kalnma, " "
C. K. Limlsey, " "
P. Witt rock, " '
O. Trimble, " "
W. E. Saffery, Captain Poliee,
H. Copp, ' "
M. Kauhnahaa, " "
Linds.iy, " "
F. J. Kroary, " "
W. T. Robinson, Tux Assessor,
.T. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
W.O.Aiken, " . "
O. Punn, " "
J. Oross, M "
keeping with their freight charges
andi cross-bones, the News has
but surly from its real estate
well as rental values are gra
ago. There were then no houses
would have made ordinary city
bit of history today inthe work
the future. It Is not an exra
with her would simply be crush
powers which Russia has to fear,
who cave not the command of
perhaps, but at the same time it
Jl I 1. Jl 1 1 .
discussion would prongs fruitful.
our speckeled hen died last
an incubator hatching out five
size, how can there help being
of which has the larger cir
that no newspaper published on
jnews in the matter of bona fide
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uuuuiB ueiweeu moor ana cap
earners in the States, and social
uu me isianos, on Maui ana in
man who comes to the Islands
work up business and takes off
to succeed, and will find no trouble
- M '
Aue. 10th. at 2
o'clock in the afternoori.Hhe wqddir,g
bt Miss Nettie dos Reis ! and, Mr. B.
Harry took.plaoe at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. ,cfo Beis,,at Na-
The ceremony took place under a
bower of ferns and white rosqs, very
The paalor was beautifully deco-
r ited and the guests wera anxiously
a.vaitlnsj the cippearance of the
bride to complete the beauty of tho
The bride was dressed in a beanti-
f .1 dress of white swiss, trimmen
ith white silk ribbon, a wreath of
white roses and a flowing bridal veil.
S'le looked charming as she tripped
to the corner of theparlpr in which
stood the groom awaiting her under
lhe Kixeu bower. The effect of her
oiiarms was visioie onnistace lor ne
looked the happiest man. on earth.
do was dressed .in a handsome black
suit of the latest cut.
Die brides-maid, Miss Fliza dos. Reis
was dressed in a beautiful piuk dress
and she looked very pretty standing
bv her sister clad iu her bridal robes
Mr. E. S. Capellas officiated as
Rev. Father James after a short
aodross in which he explained the
d ities of wedded life, united the cou-
fie iu the ho1? ties of matrimony.
After the ceremony the usual con
gratulations were extended, and then
lit refreshments were served.
At about four p. m. the happy cou-
p,o departed amidst a suowers oi
flowers to meet the steamer at
H-iiia, which conveyed them to their
ni;w home in Wailuku.
It was a quiet wedding there being
ouly the family and a few intimate
Mr. b. 13. llarry is a progressive
young carpenter, and at present oc
cupics the position of head carpenter
on Wailuku plantation.
His young bride was formerly a
school mistress at Nahiku, where
her endeavors to raise the standard
of our schools have been greatly ap
predated bv the residents of the
A long prosperous life and a hap
py old ago are the wishes of their
The Wailuku Bank.
Owing to the temporary stringen
c v in the money market in Honolulu, it
has been found necessary to postpone
for a few months the inauguration of
the Bank of Maul. A large part of
the capital for the new bank will be
drawn from Honoljlu and ft was
deemed wiser to wait till returnafrom
the presentsugar crop have come in,
before putting the necessary amount
of money required iu a bank here,
whert it would remain out of circu
la, ion for some months.
Attorney Goeree Hons received a
let ter this week from Mr. Chas. D,
Lufkin, the promoter of the bank,
stating that business may call him to
tho coast at once, weere he may have
to remain for a few months, - but
so, immediately on his return, ne
will proceed in the matter of organ
izing and establishing the bank.
This delay will really be better for
tho bank, as there are many Maui
people who would bo glad to sub
scribe to the bapital stock of the
bank, but they need a little time to
gc t their financial affairs in shape to
do so. The chances are that by the
time Mr, Lufkin is ready to proceed
tho bulk of stock will be taken by
Salvation Army Meetings.
M,ajor Harris and Major Wood of
tho Salvation Ariuy will reach Wai
luku on Saturday morning, Aug. 17,
and will thereafter conduct meetings
Wailuku, August 17. Street meet
in,?, 7 p, m., Major wood: Indoor
Salvation meeting, 7.30, Major Har
Wailuku, August 18. Knee Prill
7 a. m., Major Wood; Bible Class;
a. in., Major Harris; Jail Meeting,
10 a, m., Major Wood; Junior Meet
ing, 3 p. m., Major Harris; Street
Meeting, 7 p. m.. Major Wood; Sal
vation Meeting, 7.30, Major Harris,
Spreckelsville, Aug. 19, Salvation
Meeting, 7.d0 p. m.
Hamakuapoko, Aug. 20. Junior
Meeting, A p. m., Major Harris; Sal
vation Meeting, 7 p. m., Major Wood
Spreckelsville, (Camp 5), Aug. 21
Salvation Meeting, 7.00 p. m.
Waiheo, Aug. 22, Salvation Meet
ng, 7 p. m., Major Harris.
Lahaina, Aug. 23, Street Meeting,
7 p. m., Indoor Meeting, 7.30 p. m
Majors Wood and Harris.
LewiASchoet,i of Hilo reg'steredftt
the Maul Hotel on Monday.
Pr. and Mrs. J. W. Raymond re
turned on, Wednesday's Claudlne.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Baldwin of Wailukni August
13th. -ll -
Mr. S. 13. Harry returned with his
bride to Wailuku on Sunday's HeU
Nat Black and M. C McLane of
Spreckelsville spent Sunday in Wai
Messers Scott and Campion of Kihei
were guests of the Maui Hotel on
Manager L. Rarckhausen of Pio
neer Plantation goes to Honolulu on
A. A. Bravmer of Von Hamm-
Youug Go. left for Honolulu on'this
morning s iviuau.
Mr. Fred T. Watcrhouse came
over early in the week and is selling
the National cash register.
Attorney Noah W. Aluli has gone
to Honolulu to engage in the prac
tice of law in the metropolis.
Senator H. P. Baldwin and Man
ager Filler of the K. II. R. Co. were
in Wailuku on Thursday, on a hasty
Chas. L.iScrimgcr, chief engineer
of Pioneer, Lahaina, visited Wailuku
on Thursday, returning to Lahaina
John Uu of the mechanical depart
ment of the News is on the sick list,
nd his place will be temporary filled
by Johnny King.
L. Barckhansen of Pioneer Plan-
tatiou and E. Kruse of Olowalu came
over on Monday to attend the Plan
ters' meeting at Kahului.
P. Johnny, the distinguished ex-
chef of the Maui Hotel left on last
night's Mauna Loa, for a vacation
trip to north Koua, Hawaii.
Postmaster T. B. Lyons of Wai
luku took a flying trip to Honolulu
on the Mauna Loa, returning ou
Judge McKay and Mr. and Mrs.
V?'. G. Taylor left for Honolulu on
Tuesday's Mauna Loa, to be gone
for a couple or three weeks.
William, Green, travelling for Phil
lips &"C. of Honolulu, is doing busi
ness with the Maui merchants .this
week. He loaves for Honolulu this
L. R. Crook of Ulupalakua, who
has been visitiug Honolulu, returned
on Wednesday's Claudine and spent
a day in Wailuku before going up to
Miss Turner, Miss. Malone and Mrs.
Knapp have returned from a three
week's outing at the olu .seminary
cottage, far up in the cool belt of
Mr. C H. Coulsen, of Grlmbaum &
Co., JHonolulu, spent the week amoug
the merchants of Maui' This house
will doubtless do a good share of
business on the island.
Thomas C. Howell, representing
the (Honolulu Bulletin, arrived on
Monday from Hawaii, and is extend'
ing the circulation of that bright
and newsy sheet on Maui.
Major Harris and Major Wood of
the Salvation Army arrived on the
Kinau this morning from Hilo. anc
will conduct a series of Army meet
ings on Maui. See appointments on
Mr. C. H, Coulsen, travelling sales
man lor urmoaum k uo., leit ror
Hilo on Wednesday night's Kinau,
but will return to Maui and stop for
a few days, in about a couple of
Msr, Gough, an English lady visit
mg ae Jsiands, came over rrora
Lahaina on Wednesday, accompanied
by Mrs, Malony of Lahaina, and the
two ladies made the ascent of Hale
Mr. J. N. S. Williams, who is
charge of the construction of the
biggest mill on earth, at Camp 5,
bprecKeisvuie, was in aimuu on
Thursday evening, and reports satis
fastory progress on the Puunene
E. Moller acting manger of ftana
Plantation, came over on last Sun
day's Helene, to attend a meeting of
the Maui Planters' Association at
Kahului on Monday, returning ou
the tug "Leslie Baldwin" to Nahiku
on Monday afternoon, thence over
land to Hun,
" " -i i
engineers; contractors and
Sip a . Patterson
PK.VCXJQAI' Auchitects & BuitpjRS
Sketches and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice.
Bids on Stone, Brick and Mason
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't .
Roads, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E. LAMAR,
Me.ii. Tech, 8o,Fac. Coast.
Corner Main Sp Market Streets.
Plans and estimates furnished.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on Hand.
' Cabinet Work a Specialty.
W. H. KING
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at Klhoi.)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63
Tel. No. 293
And Dealers n
Wilder S, S. Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
R, A. WADSWOIlTjf
Constantly on Hand
Celery ,& Iron
Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku Mondays-, Wednesdays
and Fridays; Kihei, Mondays
and Thursdays; Kahului, Mon
days and Saturdays; Spreckels
ville, Wednesdays and Thurs
days. Post Office Adress:
i!MauI Soda & Ice Works.
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
G. MACFARLANE & Co., Ltd.
Pure American and
Beer & lAines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp, Wailuku Depot -WAILUKU,
r- - MAUI.
Matt. McCann Proirietoh
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale and Wine--
Ice Cold Drink?.
Lahaina, Maul T. H,
Bottled at Bartlett's Spring,
Lake County, California.
Best knowp specific for liver
and kidney tiouble.
SOLE AGENTS for the Hawaiian Ishnds
Rainier Bottled beer, of Seattl
C. Carpy & Co., Unce Sam lhe
Cellars and Is Dtlllery, Napa, aJ
Jesse oore Whiskey
Cream ure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskej
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet & Chandon White Seal Cham
A G. DICK INS,