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. You can now have your
Spring Ma tresses
i Old Furniture
SoTas, Chairs, etc.,
notitly Upholstered nt iriy
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Mucfarlauo & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite the Wniluku
- - depot. Mnmy Years' ox
perienco. Prompt attention
to country orders by in ail
-m D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailuku, Maui.
lo Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
., the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS it UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chns. M. Cooke President
P. 0. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
E. C. Athorton. . . .Assistant Cashier
i, Directors Henry "Yatorhouse,
Tom May, F Y, Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny, J. A. McCandless.
k Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor-
p;oratiohs, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and cai-cfully attend to
all business connected with banltinK
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
; Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules- and conditions
printed in pass' books, copies of
which may b'e' had on application;
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co,
QILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All ftnids'6f Sausages
Is'and orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - hi, T.
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, lianas and Oahu
o can now be forwarded by
.'J . - V . t '.
Twenty cents'per word
S2.00' per mes?ager
Ccntral'Strtfioh fdr MaVii at
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excollont selection com
prising Cnnvn, Spring Covo, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and! land mould
ing Wainscoting, Qaps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porolt Rails,
asi Doors & Blinds
all size and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spnsce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co,
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
(MARKET ST. WAILUKU
,(Al)J0ININO UORHA's STOKE.)
First' Class- in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
White Custom Solicited.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Candies' Nuts, Canned Fruits &
WO SANG & G0
Ice Cream Parlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM,' ... 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stock , Canned Goods and
Fruit, Caudles' and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received every weok. Special
courtesies to ladles and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
C a n d y
. . . . Sonil T.Ip fit -en SI & ,
or fci.atl for a nice box of Chocola'.($ !
and confections, .sont. poet or freighv'
free tovjy pari'ofjtlio Isl.ufr's. I
FELL TO HIS DEATH.
On last Friday, Niuli, an old fisher
man ot Waihee, following his custom
went off on a fishing excursion to a
point near Makamakaolo Gulch, with
a bamboo rod. Ho failed to return,
and on Saturday search was made
for him without success.
On Sunday a more elaborate search
was instituted, which resulted in
finding his mangled remains at the
foot of the steep pa!i risav tho water's
edge at Makamakaolo gulch. Tho
bluffs arc quite precipitous at this
point, and one needs to bo an expert
to make tho descent in safely.
It was practically impossible to
bring the body to tho top of tho pali,
and his friends buried him near where
he fell, with no funeral notes save
the hoarse roar of tho sea which had
for so many years paid a finny tri
bute to the old fisherman.
Wailuku Choral "Society.
According to announcement, tho
Wailuku Choral Society ;gave their
Irst quarterly concert on last Fri
day evening, at Alexander Hall, do
lightfully rendering the program re
A large audience was present, not
only from Wailuku, but also from up
country, a special train having been
run from Paia. Tho selections were
all high class and lost nothing in the
rendering. Thero are a number of
very fine voices in tho Socio ty, and
every number oa tho program was
acceptably rendered. Tho affair was
a financial as well as an artistic suc
coss, and the Association is assured
of a good house as often as they
chooso to give such concerts.
Kamehameha Concerts on Alaui.
Prof. Charles E. King of Kameha
meha School, Honolulu, will visit
Maui on January 22, for tho purpose
of aiving a series of concerts, to
raise funds to defray the cxponses of
poor boys who desire to attend Ka
! He will be accompanied by about a
tiozen Kam. boys who will assist in
'the concerts. A match game of base
ball will also bo played between tho
Kam. and Maui boys for a small ad
mission fee, which will also be ap
plied to tho same meritorious pur
pose. A generous wolcome,and sub
stantial assistance will reward the
visit of Prof. King and his boys, be
cause the people of Maui delight to
help a good thing along.
mim m. hIggett,
In San Francisco, week beforo last,
R. M. Daggett ceased to live. It is a
little late, but the Tribune onght to
have made mention of him, for he was
a distinct force on tho west coast for
many years. Ho was editor of the
Territorial Enterprise, member of
Congress from Nevada and Minister
to Hawaii. The news of his death
came as a porsoual sorrow to mo. In
the long ago an accident brought us
in to close business relations and there
after for sonic years the currents of
of our lives ran side by side, aud so
closely that liearncd to know the
full strength of the robust tido of
his life and to analyze tho springs
that fed it. A rare nature was his.
Wltl-.'u him was a fund of hunor
iucxhuustiblo and contagious; an au
dacity as superb as it was boundless,
aud given lo manifestations that con
vulsed friends and astounded enemies.
Filled with contradictions, ho could
paralyze a tough and blackguard
with his own weapons, and yet when
ho took the hand of a lady, especially
au elderly lady and looking ,into her
oyes. told her of his pleasure in meet
ing her and expressed his warm wish
es for her welfare.it was in a 'way that
made that lady such a friend that it
was useless thereafter to hint to her
that, after "all something more than
wing.s were needed to convert Dag
gett Into an angel.
lie had a scorn unspeakable for
all false pretensions and cil parvenues,
and he was utterly lacking in rover
renco for many things that the world
bows down to.' He would have snubbed
tho hoirapparent. oven in the moment
when ho, unable to.lift up an unfor
tunate brbthor, was preparing to lie
down besldo him.
the climax, which was a lava How.
ilut when his heart was touched
thove was no sweeter pen, no tender
er phrases than he could indite. He
could sweep tho whole gamut of hu
man hopes aad sorrows, and it was
a diction , truo and 'rounded- as
deep and full and high, as Maca way's
Tlio world never had hut one M
Dagg'qf?. tyvfrfi&& another.'
- Salt Luke Tribune.
Dewey's Worm Wohle for Schley
Washinoto December 13. Ad
miral Dowoy's opinion, dissenting
from tho opinion of his colleagues,
Rear-Admiral Ramsay aud Bcnham,
is as follows:
"in tho opinion of the uudorsigncd
tho passago from Key West to Cien'
fuogos was made by tho flying squad
ron with all possiblo dispatch
Commodoro Schley having in view
tho importance in arriving Off' Cien
fucgos with as much coal as possiblo
iu tho ships' bunkors.
"Tho blockade of Ciertfiegos was
effective. Commodore Schley, iu
permitting tho steam'6'r Adula tocn
ter tho port of Cienfuegos, expected
to obtain information regarding the
Spanish squadron from her when sho
"The passago from Cienfuegos to
a point about twenty-two miles south
of Santiago was mado with as much
dispatch as possiblo while keoping
the squadron a unit.
"Tho blockade of Sautiago was
"Commodore Schley was tho senior
officer of our squadron off Santiago
when tho Spanish squadron attemp
ted to escape on the morning of
July 3, 1898. Ho was In absoluto
command, and is entitled to tho
credit duo to such commanding officer
for tho glorious victory which re
sulted in the total destruction of the
Wireless Messages Cross the
London, December 15. Major
Flood-Page of the Marconi Wireless
Telegraph Company in an iuterview
to day confirmed the report that
Marconi at St. John's, N. F., had
received signals from the experiment
station at Stanatapold House. Major
Pago said that tho severe weather
made continuous tests very difficult,
but that thero was no doubt that the
wireless signals had been successfully
transmitted across the Atlantic.
We May See Through Telephone.
Brussels, December 15. Tho In
dependence Beige says that Dr.
Sylvester, formerly an American,
but now a naturalized French physi
cian, has invented a spectrograph
which enables users of the telephone
to see each other.
Robinson and Breckons
Washington, Dec. 17.- The Cabi
uet meeting today was almost entire
ly devoted to the discussion of ap
pointments, principally in the De
partment of Justice. The following
have been selected and will be ap
pointed in a day orwo.
W. J. Robinson, Third Judge of the
Circuit Court of Hawaii; Robert J.
Brekons c-'f" Wyoming, United States
Attorney for the District of Hawaii.,
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will go into effect
on aud after December 1st, 1901.
Information in regard to
changes in rates can bo obtained
at tho office of the Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
olulu. C. L. WIGHT,
VcsscIb In Port Kahului
Am. Schr. Manila, Knudsen, from
Iquiqui, Chili, salt peter.
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, John
son, fromS. F., gen'l mdse.
. Am. Bktno. Quickstep.Mollin.fr'om
Dec 11. Am. Schr. ManhV Knud
sen, 51 days from Iquiqui,-Chili, with
Dec. 11. Am. Schr. S. T. Alex
ander, Johnson, 25 days from S. F.,
Dec. 20. Am. Bktne. Quickstep-,
Meltin, 44 days fromTacoma.lumber.
S, S. Claudine, Pa'rkeiv
Dec 27. S. S. Claudine, Packer
dee. 24. S. S. Claudmd; 'barker'
ADcc37Vs7s: Clnudin's, Parker
Maui Soda & Ice Works
Kteep Constantly on Heincl:
IOE, SODA WATER, GINGER- ALE. ROOT DEER. CELERY &"1
IRtTN, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND'
iFresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausage in1
Delivery Wagon WisitS
WAILUKU, Monday, Wednesday, Saturday;'
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
KIHEI,' Monday, Thursday;
KAH'fLUI, Monday, Saturday;
SPrtE'CKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, Thursday' .
Post Office Address, KAHULUI, MAUI, Hv t
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd,
Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, H. T. V.
Wellington Typewriters $60.0pi
Conover Typewriters 4S.OO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
GIANT POWDER i' ,
CAPS AND FUSE : -'
BEEWED BY THE RENOWNED
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association of St Louis,
, IN BBLS. and CASES OF QUARTS AND PINTJg
Are due to arrive within a few days. ' .
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
Top Buggies - $95 to $1001
ISurreys $160 to $2001
gPhaetons R4r $1T5 to $2001
Two Seated Wagons - $100$
I Harness - $15 & up per self
Pacific Vehide & Supply Cox Ltd.1
Bismark Stable , Cem pity, Ltd.
Ifaving purchased the BISMARK STABLES
in Wailuku, the
BISMARK STABLES COMPANY, Ltd,
will donduct two up - to
..BISMARK STABLES Wailuku
v' lh'sf' ''l'-ws rjgn amVMh;3.-un(i competbnb'' drh'fl'rs '51
& Co., Ltd
$100 & upwardsf
$85 to $7'51
.I-Iotioful'tl. hi. T.
- date livery stables,