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to r.ftHFOKTAMi.E. MQULLlNGS potion M
You can now have youv
8prili Ma tresses
5o?as, Chairs, etc.,,
uoatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Mticfarlanc & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite the Wailuku
depot. Mjiny Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by Diail
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $471,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
Q. II-. Gookq Cashier
J. C. Athcrton Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouse,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny. J. A. McCandicss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms,Cor
poratlous, Trusts, Individuals, and
wifl promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
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
jpfintedi in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co.
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Sausages
Is'and orders promptly attended to.
EOS Kim STREET E
HONOLULU, - Hi T,
rebgrarps to all Points o!
Hawaii, Lanai and Oohu
1 can now bz forwarded by
Twenty cents, per word
$2.99 per message
Central Station for Maui at
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com-
Crown, Spring Co v-e, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P. G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Baseand'Band mould
ing Wainscoting, (Japs, (Jormces,
Casings. Frames, (windows and
Sash, Boors & Blinds
. all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Cetlar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hol&ster Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T
This name on a Package
of Drugs or JMcine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY "of the Article
All fjj'st class store;
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
(adjoining nonuA's sTonn.)
First 01 iss in All' Respects
Haif Outtinsf, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
WhJ j Custom Solicited.
Lame Stock of
Canned Goods &
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 0, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Candies Auts, Lannecl i'nuts &
lecs Cream IPcit-Iors.
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish,
ONE ROOM, 10 cints a Dish.
Fine Slock Canned Goods aud
Fruit, Caroies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received overy week. Special
courtesies to ladies and yi'iitlumun
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
.... Send 7jc SI. CO $1.25
or 51.50 for a nice lux of Chocolates
ard confections, sent post or freight
iree xo any part oi the i&iunr.s.
Hart & GOoj
Honolulu H, T.
Shmv Succeeds Gnfte.
Washington, December 25. It,
was announced autnoritativcly this
evening that Governor Lesk' m.
fhaw of Iowa wo,ld bo uPpolntod
need Snrsrnlurv Lvinnn .1. (.'.life.
Thoro wlli bo no cl Jn tbe (lUce
of Secretary of Agriculture, Seere-
tary Wilson, also of Iowa, continuing
to retain tha t portfolio.
Qhill and At'iicntlnc at Pence
ubmw ruts, .ucccmoer
'ril Government onicially announces
that the protocol with-Ohilohas boon
signed, putting an end to the conflict
between the two nations.
Roosevelt Fires Mnclny
ITT . ...
asiiinoton, uceemDcr 24. -Fee ro
tary Long has discharged FApav
Stanton Maclay from tho position as
a skilled laborer in the Urooklyn Navy
lard, Maclay having refused to
resign when requested todoso.Mncln.y
criticised Admiral Schley in his naval
history as a "caititT, poltroon and
To Unrmcnlze Labor nntl Capital.
New York,, December 17. The
conference between tho leaders of
labor and capital closed to-day with
a decision to giro the plan to har
rnonize their divergent interests a
practical test. It was unnnhnoimly
agreed, on motion of President Sar
gent of tho Locomotive Firemen,
that tho working details of the
scherno shall be perfected bv an ex
ecutive committee of thirty-six. t:
be chosen in equal numbers from the
industrial and financial lor
tho public not identilicd with either
of the two interests.
Ignore Pi'otcotoyAUit'Coiti't. Foe;..
St. John's (N. F.), December 17.- -
Marconi was visited officially at
Signal Hill to-day by Governor Boyle,
Premier Bond and the Executive
Council. They were shown tho wire
less apparatus, which wa explained
to them. The Government oflicials,
beforo visiting Marconi, had to con
sider tho protest against their going,
made by the superintendent of tho
Anglo-American Cable Company, who
maintained1 that tho Government
should not identify itself with either
party. The officials decided that
tho scientific aspect of the Marconi
plan warranted th eir recognizing
Washington, Dec. 17. Delegate
Wilcox of Hawaii today introduced a
bill making tho leper colony of ITa
waii a United States Government re
servation and providing: that the
j colony shall be under the control of
the Secretavyof the Treasury.
Heavy Snow in Scotland.
London, Dec. 17. The fall of snow
in Scotland is heavier than at -anv
time in fifty years. Several same
j keepers and shepherds aro missing,
aud the destruction ot sheep in tho
snowdrfts. which range from ten to
twenty feet deep, is unprecedented.
Tho roads are impassable. Parts of
England are suffering almost equally
from the heavy fall of snow. A train
which was snowed up at' Hartington
on Thursday was only released today.
The frost today is so severe that out
side work has been suspended at
Grakd Junction, Coi., Dec. 17.
E. J. Lea, who has acted. in tin? cap
acity of assistant chemist at the
sugar refinery', has been appointed
by the Government as assistant olio-
mist at a station in Ilorolulu. H'ci
left tonight for tho Coast and will
sail for tho Hawaiian Islands tho
first of the year.
Sampson Will Protest.
New Youk, Dee. 19. The protest
in behalf of Rear Admiral Sampson
against tho minority finding of Ad
miral Dewey, president of the Schley
Court of Inquiry, will not be filed
with the Navy Department at Wash
ington today, but will go forward to.
morrow. Sta.yton & Campbell, at
torneys for Admiral Sampson, have
been givqn until 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning to file their briuf and tho
document will not" jcavo- New f York
On Sunday last, Polico Officer
Antonio Santos of Kilioi raided a
Chinese gambljng game and arrested
a room full of gamblers. An alarm
gong was rung, and tho wholo Chinese
camp turned out, armed with cano
knives hoes, sticks and stones, and
rescued tho arrested Chinese. They
then turned their attention to Officer
Santos and made an assnult on him.
Ho ran some fifty yards, and then
drew his pistol and fired into tho
ground. Tho mob ceased pursuit,
and tho officer dodged befiind some
wine cars and mado his way to tho
rear of his pursuers,on tho way to his
The mob saw him and again chased
him across tho bridge whero they
were mot by Ah Poo, tho camp bos,
who mado them give up tho pursuit
Meantime, Lee Chew, one of the
ringleaders who was armed with a
hoc and a cane knife, was seen to
reel and fall, striking the back of
his head on a railroad, tie, instantly
breaking his neck. A number of
Wailuku police officers were sent for,
and arrested eight, of the ringleaders,
who were charged with, assaulting
A coroner's inquest was summoned
to investigate tho cause of Leo Chow's
death aud returned tho following ver
"That ho came to his death about
one o'clock, p. m., on Sunday, Dec
2fl.lt)01. bv falling backward and
striking tho back of his neck upon a
rail of tho railroad track. That tho
fall was not caused by any person or
persons, but was duo to temporary
weakness. Signed, E. M. Sooville,
foreman; Ed. Carr, W. G. Flanders
Edirar Morton. Louis Hubbard
Dr.Dinegar stated that Leo Chow
was veary weak, physically, and had
been under treatment. During the
pursuit ho was seen to stop and grasp
fence for support whore he stood
swaying for a few moments before he
reeled and fell. A careful autopsy
revealed tho fact that there was no
other wound or injury on his person
save tho dislocation of his neck, which
Undoubtedly resulted from his fall
acr oss therail.
Tho eight Chinese arrested were
arraigned on Tuesday, and tho case
was continued till Thursday morning,
to enable Attorney Cuke, who had
just been ro'.nined, to prepare for
On Thursday and Friday tho Chi
nese were on tiio trial before Judge
McKay, with the result that tho
chargo of gambling was dismissed,
and seven of them wore found guilty
Tho agent of (he Leslie Baldwin
has put in a claim lor salvage for $350
agaiust the nchooner Waialua which
was pulled olf tho reef at Kaar.apali
by the BalJwin, lust week.
WILDER STIJAMSHH" COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers a re no'i liod that a new
freight schedule will ro into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901.
Information in regard to
changes in rates can bo obtained
at tho oftico pf tho Company,
corner Fort & Quoea Sts. Hon
Vcescls in Joit Kahului
Am. Rktnc. QuieUslop,Mellin,from
Dr. JJ.irk Antiope, Murray, from
Am. Sch. Stanley Schmaltz,
from Tacoma, lum6er.
Dec. :il. S. S. Clnudine, Parker,
Jan. 1. Ur. Ruric Antiope, Mur
ray, 19 days from Ladysmith, coal.
Jnn. H.Am. Soli. Stanley, Schmaltz,
days, from Tacoma, lumber.
Jan. 1. S. S. Cluudine, Parker
Jan. 55. Am. Schr. Manila, Kr.ud
son, for tho Sound.
Jan. 3. Am. Schr. S. T. Alex
ander, Johnson, for S. F.
Jan. '4. S. S. CiaiiUirie; Parker,
aui Soda &
Keep Constantly on Hands
ICE, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, ROOT DEER, CELERY & ,
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sousa&e inm
Deliuery lAagon Yisits
Post Office Address,
Theo. If. Davies & Co. Ltd.
. Merchants and Commission Agents
HONOLULU, H. T. j ' f
Wellington Typewriters $60.0u,; '
Conover Typewriters S.,Q.pl;
ALSEN CEMENT ' ' "
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
BREWED BY THE RENOWNED
IN BBLS. and CASES
Arc due to arrive within a few
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
It Haelfeld & Co.,
52$ gjp j1 j j '
do not try to sell carriages pheaper than others but to sellfe'u
the best goods for tho lowest possible money. 'SSif,
good vehicles is our aim. Every carriaire avj sell is a recom-to l
number of carriages sold bv
of the worth of our goods.
harness is always the cheapest, you can get a good article fe;
Tl r ir . : r .
LUiiiuuiinnii iuw uargaius ior me iew lear. Write
us stating J'our needs.
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I Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co. LtdJl
F. O. Box 760
in Wailuku, the
' BISMABK STABLES COMPANY, Ltd,
will conduct two up-to-date livery stables,
Now and first blass i-igfc dhd
Monday, Wednesday, Saturday;
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
KIHEI, Monday, Thursday;
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday;
SPRECKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, Thursday
KAHULUI, MAUI, H. T;
Association of St Louis;t-
OF QUARTS AND PINTf
1 . lv .f. 1
us, on Maui is
- ,,. ' . iNj.
Honolulu, Hf, T. ;
the BI8MARK STABLiESI,
teams, arid bdinpetont driVor