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W. H. Patterson
PRACTICAL ARCHITECT and BUILDER
Sketches & Estimates
Furnished On Short Notice
; ; I BRICK
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Athcrtou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouse,
Tom Mav. F. W. Mac'fn'rlanc, E. D.
Tenny, J. A. McCandless.
Solicits theC'COMits of Firms.Cor
porotions,' 'Trusts, Individuals, and
will Tu-omntlv and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits
ccived and Interest
allowed in ac
cordanco with rules and conditions
printed hi pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds o Sausages
island orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET
HONOLULU. - H. T.
reierarris to all Points o!
Hawaif, Lahai and Oahu
can now be. forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.0(f jfer message t
Central Statibn for Maui at
1 1(1 1 1 ; I U VllN
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Grown, Spring Cove, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
RouhclVP.'G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
iug Wainscoting; Caps, Cornices;
Casings', Frames, (windows and
door),' Stair mid
Sash !loors & Blinds
&il sizes and styles
I Nor' West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, M), Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
ADJOINING ilOnilA's STORE.)
First Class In All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
White Custom Solicited.
YotS can now have your
Spring Ma tresses
Sofas, Chairs, etc.,
teatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddick, Main St.,
Walluku. Manv Years' ex:
perionce. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
D': L. MEYER.
Tel. 9h Wailuku, Maui.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fffe&h California fruits
jn-i i i -1 ... . .. i r,
uanaies xnuis. vunnuu a ruiia oil
Cold DrlnJ& -
HONOL&LU, 51. T.
Thic lifJttlP nn a PflPkaffP
l",UUH,uy u" of tho vast goort tilat is uone every
ye&r by tho destruction of .Insect
of Drugs or Medicine is ae;
ir'irTtTnTAT ing season is also that when the de
ffliafntPft hi rilfi Ni PHkIIIk struction of injurious ihsects Is most
mti of tte Mklei
; t 1 ' i
. All fifst class stores handk
gea'd" The MAUI NEW;
foo,. of wiIIg bws i
(Continued from second Pago.)
iter collected a
yuuf? supsuckoi wh-
hich has recently
that its stomach was distended with
largo bhu-k ants. Ants compose
about a third of tho food of adult
sapsifkors but tap and alburnum,
or the tissue between the hardwood
and the bark of trees, aro also largely
taken, in securing which tho birds
often kill fray and white birches,
and are at times injurious to applo
and other trees.
Cuckoos aro exclusively itisectivo
roils, tiiov nrooaoiv uo more iu
.... 1 11 1 A
protect foliage than any other birds,
and should bo rigorously protected
by the horticulturist, for they sub
sist largely on hairy caterpillars and
other larva' which defoliate the or'
chard. They also cat beetles. Tho
food of the young, as indicated by a
l -i i d.nntllne
tho black-billed cuckoo, differs
from that of tho adults in that bee
tles and hairy caterpillars aro absent,
being replaced by grasshoppers and
smooth caterpillars. Three times as
rao1niw,.1mi.i,oil ami sWUinrnPfl
grasshoppers woro eaten by
... . .... r i . .1 1 1 1. i , I
collected during the breeding season.
If. wIIIIik nlvtprvad that whatever
ftinplmwintni-nf tho food Of the adult
birds the young, excepting those of
rlnvn .,,,,1 nWnns. tiro af. first fed
on an animardict, and that this diet
m-mlimllv nhansed as necessary, to
conform to that of tho mature birch
This is probably due to the fact that
animal food lias a higher nutritive
valuo and is more easily digested
than tho available vegetable , food
As the nestlings increase in weight
from one -fifth to one-half daily and
at certain stages of growth require
dailv more than their own weight in
insects, it is essential, that their food
c,MmH,ntihn most raold
digestion; it must also bo readily
obtainable. Spiders, grasshoppers,
caterpillars; and crickets answer
.1 ' .4- ........ nml I
tnesu rt'quu.uiueiiio vcij c uuu
arc ti tavori'te nestling food with
many species of passerine or per-
chiiig; birds. Birds that aro largely
vegetarian, such as tho crow, crow
blackbird, catbird, robin, cedar wax-
wing, anil ungiisn sparrow, mingie
fruit or grain m constantly incrcas
ing quantities with the insects fed to
their young, though insects usually
remain the chief component of tho
food until maturity is nearly reached,
But these birds generally substitute
such insects as hard beetles earn-
bids, dungbeetles, May-bebtlcs, and
weevils lor tue soner toou ot oiner
perching birds. The caterpillars
selected aro generally such hairless
kinds as canker worms, cutworms,
and army worms, all of , which are
serious pests. But hairy caterpillars
are eaten" to a certain, .extent. Mr.
E. H. Forbush has .noted 13 dilfcront
species of bir,d giving tout cater
xu. .-x mi t ,l.
UlUUI b uuu uuu .tiiw;i uunn a ui uiu
brown-tailed and gipsy moths to.their
yul,S- . r. '
The .amount.of, food required by
amount.of, food required by
:the' ihestltng, and., t-he unremitting
ize'al and atteution demanded of the
parent are astonishing, and result in
jtho destruotioh of ' great quantities
!of injurious "insects. Two or three
examples of this have been given.
Anotner may do aaaea, witu an
estimate of the saving effected
through the removal of pests: i Din
ing tho outbreak of Rocky Mountain
locusts in Nebraska in 18743877,
Prof. Samuel Aughoy.saw a lons-bill-
ed.marsh wren carry 30 locusts to
1 J".-.. I.. 1 ' A i. XI '
nei; yuu hi uu iiuur, ivi inis ruie,
for seven hours a bay, a
consumo 210 locusts
per day, and
the passerine birds of tho eastern
half of Nebraska, allowing only 20
I 1 1 . xl 1 i-i i.
nroous 10 ino squuru-mno, wouiu ao
slrov daily 1G2.77UO00 of tho pests.
The average locust weights about 15
grains, and Is capablo each dav of
consuming it own weight of standing
forage crops, corn and wheat. Tho
locusts eaten by' tho nestlings would
therefore be able to destroy in one
day 174.3!)7 tons of crops, which at
$10por toh would bo worth $1,743.07.
This cnso may set;vo as au illustration
needed, that is, at tho poriod of
reatest agricultural activity and
eforn the pafasitio insects can bo
dependedon to,ceduce tho pests. The
encouragement of birds . i'o- nest on
tho farm and tho discouragement of
nest robbing . are thereforO more
than, mero matters of -sentiment;
thoy return an actual .cnih.Ipqurval.
ent, andhavp a nennito , ))efi)'iogJ on
the success or failule ot the crop.
By S. D. Judd in Year 'Book, 1900.
London, Nov. 8. Tho
Shnnirhai correspondent statca that
it is understood that tho Chinese
Minister at St. Petersburg has
warned the Downtror Empress that
Russia fully intends to retain Man
churia. Tf tho Convention is renounced
terms will bo exacted gravely menac
ing China's independence.
Berlin Treaty to bo Enforced.
Br.hi.iN, Nov. 8. Tho Cologno Ga
zette says there aro indications that
Franco and Russia aro initiating a
European Conference for early in
11)02 for tho execution, not tho rovis
ion, of tho Borlin Treaty as regards
Armenia and tho Balkans.
Li Hung Chung's Successor.
Shanghai, Nov. 0. Li Hung
Chang died on the 7th instant at
10:30 ai m. It is expected that he
will be succeeded by Wang Wctish'ao,
and that tho latter's rcmplacant
will bo Govornor Yuan Shih-'kai.
Tho Dosition of Vice Minister of
n ai i! ''.'.-lijii j. T . ..
sy, w. iuu
f00' "cent occupant Is to
uu "m:u UY"
TJ ! T7ll lnnilinr.
T ! 1 !.. TiLl.! . HT TVTn
jjii.a uuiui in XV.JWUU, i'il i iiu
Tung will act as locum tenens.
Favor- Boers Autonomy.
.LONDON, INOV. B-'itlO UOUnwiOS
T !1 1 T7! .T.'. i! T ,1 D t
1UUIUI J-uuluuuu LJUluail",8"u"
presiuing pusseu a resomuon ueinanu
thtft the Boors should be immcdi-
j .1.. t rv . 1 ! 1 t
aW onereu autonomy
bflered autonomy similar to
Australia within a fixed early period.
Henceforth voluntary surrenderors
will not be accepted. All Boers taken
will bo considered prisoners of war
The Boers arc hovering in the
neighborhood of Do Jaager's Drift.
Dover Light Ship Sunk.
hnatNord which .tarted from Dover
for Calais at 11:30 o'clock last night,
ran down the lightship off the new
works of Dover pier. The crew of
it 1!t..l.!.. ,1 ,1
vue iiubsuijj wcio uiunucu.
5:15 A. M. It is rumored In Dover
that sixteen persons went down with
the lightship. The JNord has gone a
shore at the Fot'elahd, but her pas
sengers are said to be safe.
c,i,Q n micq
Berlin, November 111. The
Cologne Gazette to-day contains a
dispatch from Sofia, Bulgaria, say-
ing that It is feared that Miss Ellen
m. Stone, the American missionary
m the hand of the brltrahds, has been
murderedi owlnc to the delay in
the payment of her ransom.
15 o cps Gather Around Do Wet.
London, ' November 13. Lord
Kitchener in a dispatch from Preto
ria dated Monday, November llth,
presents his weekly report and in
cidentally locates General D6 Wet
in the northeastern part of the
U1 ",u cuo:i 1""
n ti ttl Ui.- -
Boora have redfliitly UBdn coiJec'ting
iindnr liis lnnilei-flhitu rind tho firitish
romtfl- f1tOT,h itm
Lord Kitchener gives the Booim
casualties since November 4th ,aS G2
killed, 105 wounded; lOf captured
and 45 surrendered.
1 Hongkong Ma'ru. Yokohama
7 City of Peking ,...S. F.
9 Chhia...- Yokohama
9-Alameda' 4 S. F.
14'Gfaolio:.; S. F.
19 Sierra' Colonics
19 Doric Yokohama
20 Ventura ;S. F.
20 '.Miowora Colonies
23Hongkong MarU S. F.
23 Moana Victoria,, Bi C.
2C-'Nippon Mai'u. . . ; Yokohama
30 Alameda.;; S, F.
30 Chiua.,;;.; S. F.
1 -iliohgkbng ilVU S. F.
7 City of Peking .. Yokohama
9 China.'.'...' S. F"
Gaelic. . ..Yokohitmoi
19-Sierra... i;S. F
19 Doric...:.. ;:.S. F.J
20 Venture.' ;.Co!onfe4
20. MiowersiV-.... Victoria', B. C.'
23 Hongkong' MaruiYoUohama
23, Moahar. ; . Coldiitea
20 Nippon Maru S. F.
30. China. . . , . .Yokohama
Maui Soda &
Keep Coras'teii-ltly on f-3a.irsd:
ICE, SODA WATER", GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, CELERY &
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND FRUIT SYRUPS.
Fresh Fish, Fiesh Oysters and Saii3ae in
Delivery MSgott Visits
1 WAILUKU, Monday, Wednesday, Saturday;
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
KIHEI, Monday, Thursday;
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday;
SPRECKSLSVILLE; Wednesday, Thursday
Ptfet Office Address,
Theo. H. Davies & Co, Ltd.
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONO'liULU, H. T,
Wellington Typewriters 60.3cj
Conouer Typewriters $450
Roche harbor lime
CAPS AND FUSfi
PIPf feN CARLOAD
BftSWBD BY THE KEN0WNED
A nhtfiienp.finorh RndUmnr
IN BBLS. and CASES
Are due to arrive within a few
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
S Ml Jti. -MdBk -w
f 1 Op OtlggieS
Brakes - $35 to $75 1
I Harness - $15 & pfer set!
1 Pacific Vehicle &
Ki .w. box vou
BismM Staiffe Cmpi UL
in Wailuku, the - . ?
SlSMARK (f fABLES COMPANY, Ltd., ,
will pnttfJiinr ua nn AtA rlntn liiMmr oftKlV;
Now and first clacs rigo and
KAHULUI, MAUI, H. T,
A eeniJd'fnn tf 0 I mile
noouHUUl. Ul Ul uuu.o,
OF QUARTS AND PINTS
i Co., Ltd
.dsns. tl .
$100 & upwards I
$95 to $100
$160 to $200
$175 to $200
Supply Co LtdJl
Honolulu, H, T.
Honolulu, H, T. I '
the IBISMARK STABLEsi
imo, ac'iccmpotent drlVersj.'!
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