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You cnn now have your
Spring Ma tresses
So?nsr Chairs, etc.,
nontly Upholstered at. my
Upholstering Shop, in roar
of Maclarltuio & Co.'s Sa
loon, opponilo tho "Wniluku
" depot. Many Years' ex-
perienco. Prompt attention
to country orders, by mail
D. U MEYER..
Tol; Mi W.AII4UKU, Maui.
ic hi of Hawaii
Ihcortjoratsd Under Ibc Laws of
'tile Republic or Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUSS UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,504-94
has. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Casbici
3J. C. Atlierton Assistant Cashier
Directors Honry 'Watcrhousc,
Tom .May, F. X. Macfarlane, E. I).
Tenny. J. A . McCandless.
'Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor
poru lions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
nil business connected- with banking
qn'trusted to it. Sell' and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Is.sud Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived aiul Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in p-.ies books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Tudd Building, Fort St.,IIonelulu
?froDo!itaft Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
:.':' Wholesale and -Retail
' ' butchers' '
;Ml Kinds of Sausages
Island orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET,
HONOLULU, - 1-2. T.
in 4 -a o n
Telegrams to all Points oi
if ewaii, Lanai and Qaftu
. can nov be fcrvarded by
-K:entj cents per word
$2.08 per iraa
Central Staiicr, fcr Kcu!
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Cov'o, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter ud Half
Round, P G.. 0;G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Baso and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (vindows and
door). Stair and Porch Rails,
a!i sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co,
HONOLULU, H. T.
This Baffle on a Package
of prugs or MediciYe is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the. Article.
Ail first class, stores handle
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
(aoJoixixo uouua's store.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
White Custom Solicited.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET T WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
1 ' '
Fresh Jdifornia fruits
Candies' Nuts, Canned Fruits &
WAI I UKU
WO SANG & COc
let? Crenm Pcirloi-o.
THREE ELEGANT HSCM3, 25 cents a. Dish.
ptit. nC3M, ' 10 conli a Dish.
Fij.v.' Stook Cai.iii'd G'ik.i!c am.
Fruit, CulUies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received ovory wuuk. Speci.il
cuiti'li-MOb tu I'dtliL-rt laid t,i'iilk'uiun.
MAFvKET Sf. WAILUKU.
..... Send 7f)o 51.00 $1,25
01" '$1.50 for u nico box of Chocolates
and confejutiniisi. sent post or freight
free to ally pal lol tho lslujuis.
Hart' & Co.? Ltd.
Mr. Chas. Scrimgor of Lahalna
visited Wailuku last week.
Mr. James McQueen has taken
charge of tho Kahului saldon.
Mr.W.J.Lowric nifd family leave
for Honolulu next Saturday.
Attorney Hons returned from Hon
olulu on, the L,ehua, Thursday after
Mr. W. H. Field camo down from
Paia on Saturday, nnd'has. spent tho
week in Wailuku.
Arthur Jones of thoMcIncrny Shoe
Store, Honolulu, has spent the last
few days 011 Maui.
C.Bcebc.and I. S. Dillingham came
over on tho Eureka, arid arc" regis
tered at tho Maui.
"Jack" Bergstrom, of the Bcrg
strom Music Co., Honolulu, ishi'La
iiaina,and his Vailuuu friends expect
him hero shortly.
Mr. C. B. Wells andMrs.W.G.Ogg
were passengers for Hana on last
Mr.C.B.Cottrcll has resigned his
position as master mechanic in the
shops of tho ICR. R. Co.
Mr. W. H. Patterson of Paia is
selling out his household effects at
auction today, at Paia. N
Mrs.S.B. Harry has been appointed
to succeed Mrs.W.H. Field as teach
or m tho Wailuku school.
Mr. W. E. Dovoreux, of Hoffschlae
ger Co., Honolulu is doing business
for his house on Maul this week.
.Judge H. C, Barrow and Mr. Dud
man have spent the week on Maui,
placing Pacific Union oil stock.
Senator H. P. Baldwin, and Mr.
and Mrs. IT. A. Baldwin went to
Honolulu on last Saturday's Claudine,
Mips Huntington, of tho Settle
ment Building, spent Christmas in
Honolulu, and returning last Friday
Mrs. W. H. Field has temporarily
resumed her work at the Wailuku
School, pending the selection of her
Hon. H. P. Baldwin will mako his
home at Spreckelsville, when ho
assumes the management of the
Tho many friends" of Miss Lindholm,
of Puuncnc, will be pleased to learn
that she has almost recovered from
her recent severe illness.
Mrs. McKay, principal of tho Wai
luku Union School, who was sick last
week, has quite recovered, and has
resumed her school work.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lowell of
Spreckelsville left on last Saturday,
to go to Hongkong, China, where
they expect to make their home.
Mr. Jas. H. Painter hns rented
the shop formerly occupied bv W
II. King, and has opened a black
smith and wagon repairing shop.
MrTamldlon and Mr. Martin, who
have been eniMicred in the emotion nf
tho sugar mill at Huelo, wero regit
tered at tho Maui Hotel this week
Rev.H.D.Kimura, a.Tapanese ovan
gelist has arrived on Maui to conduct
a series of evangelical meetings. He
is'warmly endorsed by Rev. O. H
Chtef Engineer Hurley of tho ill
fated Rio, who now holds a liko posi
tion on the S. S. Eureka lying in
Kahului Harbor, ;was registered at
tho Maui Hotel this week.
Matt Mc Cann camo over yesterday
to stop for a few davs at Malu'ani
Hospital whero ho will bo treated for
stomach troubles from which ho has
been suffering for sonio time.
Prof. Charles King, with some of
tho Kaniehameha hoys," is expected
ovor next week, to give a scries of
concerts on Maui for tho purposQ of
assisting poor boys to "attend Kamc
A. A. Benson, of Theo. IT. Davics
& Co., reached Maui from Hawaii on
Thursday night, and will rdoikI a
week or ten days among the Maui
merchants. Mr. Benson formerly
travelled for the L, B. Kerr Co.
J. Batchelor of tho Treasurer's
Office, Honolulu, is on a tour of
inspection of licenses on the Islands
of Maui. Ho camo on Wednesduv's
Claudine to Lahalna, and to Wailuku
on Thursday. Ho will spen the
next two or three weeks on Maui
ahd will visit Kahului, BprecKelsville,
Paia, Hamakuupoka, Huna and east
Jliiul, in the course of his inspectiiiij
VV. J, 9vrc Reigns.
Manager VJ. Lowrlo of Puuncno
Plantation will today hand in his res
ignation and will ba succeeded in tho
management of tho, plantation by
Hon. II. P. Baldwin,
Tho principal developments on
Puuncno Plantation sinco Mr. Low-
io took charge nro tho big ditch and
the new mill, with both of which en
terprises Mr, Lowrio was closely
identified. Tho probable causo of
Mr. Lowrie's resignation was a dif
ference between Mr. Baldwin and
himself as to tho propoi management
ol tho plantation.
Mr. Lowrio is still largely inter
ested in tho plantation, owning about
one-twentieth of tho stock, but ho
will not remain on Maui. Somo time
during tho coming wcok ho will dis
pose of Ins household, effects and on
next Saturday he leaves for Honolulu.
In many respects Mr. Baldwin is
the best manager that Puuncno
Plantation could have, and a steady
advancement in its material interests
may confidently bo expected, undor
Polo nt Kahulni.
This, afternoon at four o'clock a
polo gamo will bo played at Kahului
between tho Makawao and Wailuku
This will bo tho maiden game of
tho Wailuku team, but they have
some fairly good players, and the
work should bo interesting. Among
tho Wailuku players will be Wcller,
Cornwcll, Cummings, Jacksoiij Kelii
uoi, Bootc, Ault, Crook and probably
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippersnre notified that a new
freight schedule will go into effect
on and after Decemher 1st, 1901.
Information m regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at tho office of tho Company
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
C. L. WIGHT,
Vcesels In Port Kahului
Am. Bktnc. Quickstep,Mellin,from
Br, Bark Antioue, Murray, from
Am. Bjrk W. B. Flint, Johnson
fron S. F., General Merchandise.
Am. Schr. James Rolph, Edward-
son, from New Castle, Coal.
Am. Stmr. Eureka, Wcedon, from
Honolulu, Gon'l Mdse.
Jan. 13th. Am. Schr. James Rolph
Edwai'dson, 40 days from New Castle,
Jan. 15th. S. S. Claudine, Parker
Ja.i. 10th. Am. Stmr. Eureka, 1
day from Honolulu. Gen'l Mdse.
Jan. 15 Am. Sch.Stanley Schmaltz
for Hana to load sugar.
' Jan. 15th. S. S. Claudine, Parker
Jan, 18th. S, S. Claudine, Parker
for Honolulu at 5 P. M.
Oceanic Time TabHe.
DATE NAJIE FItOM j 1
Jau. 1 Sonoma.; S. F.
" IJ Gaelic Yokohama
4 Coptic ..S. F,
" 11 America Maru S.
11 Alameda S.
11 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
15 Moana Colonics
18 City of Poking S. F.
18 Aoi-angi Victoria, B. C
20 China Yokohama
21 Sierra Colonic
22 Ventura S. 1
28 Gaelic S. F,
31 Doric Yokoham
1 Sohbma Colonies
3 Gaelic S. F,
1 Coptic, Yokoama
11 America Maru. . .Yokohama
11 Hongkong Maru S. F,
15 Alameda S. F,
15 Moanu. . . , . ..Victoria, B. C,
18 City of Peking. ..Yokohama
18 Aorangi, ! Colonies
20 China S. F.
21 Sierra S. F.
22 Ventura '..Colonies
28 Gaelic Yokohama,
31 Doric...- S. W
Keep Constantly on, Hand:
ICE, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, CELERY &'k
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND
resh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausagejjn
. COLD STORAGE, ! '-f$ ' 1
Dfcliuery Wagon Visits 1 i
ost Office Address,
Theo. H. Bayies &&l Ltd; .'7;
Wellington Typewriters SO.
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
30-inch Gauge, !4Jb Rails.
36inch Gauge, 20!fo. RailsfJ
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO TTITffl
do not try to sell carriages cheaper than others but 'to'scUff
tho best goods for tho lowest' possible monoy. 'p
good vehicles is our aim. Every carriage wo soli is arecomj
mendation to others to purchase from us. " '
number of carriages sold bv us on Maui is tho best evidence 1
of the worth of our goods. ' ' ''V'Ba
harness is always the cheapest. You cnn get a good ariclo
for a rcaronable prico but not for a minimum. ""flSSIsl
We nro offering a few bargains for the New Year. ' WiyHo 1
us stating your needs.
F. O. Box 7GO
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU1
New Buildixos, New Rio's,
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose ipffl
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLBsl
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses!
at all Hours. A New System 61 Press Buttons
New and first class l'igs
& Ice WorK
FRUIT SYRUPS. . .'. r''
WAILUKU, Monday, Wednesday, Saturdayjf t'
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
KIHEI, Monday, Thursday; ' I
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday; ' '
SPRECKSLSVILLE. Wednosdav. Thursday
HONOLULU, H. T. 1
& Supply Co. Lllj
Honolulu, M, T77;
New Teams,' New MAOAaEifEsiJi'
and teams and compotont ufivers!
kfeld & Co.. Ltd