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You can now have your
Sofas, Chairs, etc.,
nnatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
6f Macfarlane & Cos 'Sa
loon, opposite the Wailuku
depot. Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by Haul
D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailuku, "Maui.
ic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Ropublic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
S.URPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashici
F. C. Atlierton Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhousc,
Tom May, F. W. Maefarlane, E. D.
Tenny. J. A. MeCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
nil business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Terra Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed p pass books, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Rinds of Sausages
J & Eggs
If land orders promptly ahtended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Telegrams to all Points o!
Hawaii, Lanas and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word '
S2;00 per message
Central Station for Maui atf
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
'An'' excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Coro, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. O. G. &' Bead Stops
Astragals, Basoaud Band mould
ing 'Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
ash. Boors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor' West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumbor -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name, on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores.1 fondle
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
(adjoining uoihia'c stohe.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
WW;? Custom Solicited.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
Fresh Ice1 Cream
everyday nt 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Caudles' Nuts, Canned Fruits &
WO SANG & COo
' Ice Crecim Pnrlcrs.
1 ; ;
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, -25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM, ', , r , JO.' cents -a Dlsli.
Fino Stock Canned 'Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars.. Fresh
Coods received every iveokv Special
courtesies to ladies diitl'grnttyir.cn.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.1
. '. .. SpjuI 7i"ir. A I IflfK ftl Or.
op ssl.au lor a nice boK.of..Choco!atosr
and confections, sent jiost.gr freight
free Uj.miy part of tho Isiunds.
' EoWulu, U. T.
A mooting of tho West Maul Teach
ers' Association was held on Friday
evening, Jan. 17, in tho Kindergardoti
Hnli, The programme was as follows!
Songs by Misses Ivy Ridhardson, Lily
Auld and Lotty Taylor, and Mr'.
John Huso, with Miss Rowena
Richardson as nccompanisti On
motion of Mr. J. P. Looncy tho thanks
of tho Association wore tendered to
Mr. Henry Dickeuson for tho use
of tho public school' building, and
other acts of kindness. On motion
of Mr. Dickenson it was voted that
the Association take up the study of
the "Merchant of Venice," and vhat
Mr. Looney bo requested to oxplain
tho difficult parts of tho play. A
(inuly executed violin solo wns con-
lribut.d by Dr. Ormond E. Wall of
Honolulu, with Mrs. A. Aalbcrg as
accompanist. Each of tho musical
selections received an Cucorc.
Prof. J. P. Loonoy gave an hii
foresting' Address',1 commencing with
an amusing anecdote. Ho staled
that an explanation of tho "Merchant
of' Ven ice" would include two parts,
tho history of the caskets, and the
history of tho bond, its forfeiture,
and the disposing-of it. During the
Mth, loth and Kith centuries litera
turo was highly fictional, or compos
ed of fables. Some of the old fie
tional books arc still presoved in the
large libraries of Liverpool, London
and Rome. Tho speaker told the
story of a lovely young woman, rear
ed by a king of Greece. She listened
to the eloquence of Demosthenes and
and Pericles, she visited Rome, and
formed tho acquaintance of Cleopa
tra. bhc journeyed to the top of
Oympus, and listened to tho poetry
of tho muses. Slio also comforted
the sorrowing, visiting from house to
house among tho poor. She found
tho family of a pensant, where un
pleasant words were never spoken.
When, the children were youn', if
there was a disposition to find fault,
'the father or mother would say,
"Lotus sing something," and tho
little ones forgot their dispute.
The younjr lady was loved by all.
Her aged father ordered threo ships
to be prepared. Within one of them.
pamted with gold' were the bodies of
dead soldiers and other disagreeable
things. In tho .second vessel, of
silver, was a collection of drift wood.
The third ship, of leaden hue, 'con
taincd with gold, silver and diamonds
lh' so vessels were inscribed vit'n
the very words which Shakespeare
assigns to the tnreo caskots; and
tho young woman made her wise
choice according to tho principle
laid down m tho play. Tho drama
tist's works were not appreciated
in his own timor because the old story
books, from which several of his ideas
were taken, had not then been retired
from the literature of tho world.
Shakespeare had the faculty of say-
tJ ing the right thing, in the right place,
and in tiie right way.
Tho lu"!t act ot tho Merchant of
Venico was then read; and after
another musical selection, and an-
totlier vote of thanks tho Association
adjourned to Thursday evening, Jan
Wan Vessels to' Venezuela
WASiiinaTON, January 10. The
overthrow of tho Castro reign in
Vencznola, which now appears quite
possible, will bo followed" by tho dis
patch of the entiro North Atlantic
squadron to tho waters of that coun
try. A formidable American naval
representation will then be at La
Guayra. It will consist of the battle
ship Indiana, now at Curacao, the
battle ship Kearsarge, Alabama and
Massachusetts and the gunboat Mar
ietta all under command of Rear-Admiral
Higginson, commander in chief.
Beet Sugai-Alcn Distrust. Oxnai'd
Wasiiixoton, January 10.- Repre
sentatives from beet sugar producing
states are getting together for 'a
vigorous campaign against Cuban
tariff reduction. Several factors tend
to mako their fight hard,, chief of
which is a persistent, rumor that
Robert T. Oxnard, head of the- Beet
Sugar Manufacturers, . Association,
is in league with the.sngar trust in
try'um to sccuro.a reduction of tho
tariff. O guard's advocacy of a bounty
drawback to Cuban plasters has
placed the truo friends of tho beet
sugar industry in a peculiaAituation
and caused no.ond: of 'talk. It is de
clared in some quaters -that Oxnar
and tho sugar trust have reached
iin understanding whereby tho trust
is to absorb, the leadln'.boot sutrnr
"Read the 'MAtJINEWS:
Mr. Walter Lowrio returned from
Honolulu on last Wednesday.
A. T. ft. Jacksoa of tho Pacific
Mutual Lifo is on Maui this week.
Mr. W. G. Taylor, auditor for A.
&B., loft for Hawaii on Tuesday's
Mr. C. L. Scrlmger of Laluilna
visited Wailuku on Thursday, return
ing to Lnhaina yesterday.
Mr. A. A. Benson, of Theo
Davis & Co., Honolulu, leaves
on this afternoon's Claudinc.
Mr. A. Omsted of liana returned
from Honolulu to Hnna on Wednes
day, stopping off for a few hours hi
Mr. C. L. Jennings of thoSprcckcls
villc Store look tho Kinau for Hilo
on Tuesday, roturning to Maul on
the same boat this morning,
Mr. M. S.Lcvy, representing the
business cud of tho Hawaiian Star,
is on Maul swelling the subscription
list of that excellent paper.
Matt MeCann of Lahaina, who
spent several days at Malulaui Hos
pital, Wailuku, left for homo on Wed
nesday, in improved health.
Prof. King of Kamehameha arriv
ed on W cdnesday's Claudine with a
concert troupo of college boys. They
will return to Honolulu on Monday's
J. L. Bcnoit has forwarded to the
Board of Health at Honolulu, an ex
tensively signed petition asklug for
his appointmeut as Sanitary Inspec
tor of Maui.
Mr. C. B. Wells and Mrs. W. G.
Ogg returned from Hana overland
on Thursday. Mr. Wells reports
tho wagon road from Haua to Nahl
ku to be in excellent condition.
W. S. McLean is visiting Maui in
the interests of tho David Lawrence
Co. of Horolulu. Mr. Lawrence has
gono to the Coast and Mr. H. T.
ITayseldcn is in tho store till Mr.
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notjce to Shippers.
Shippers aro notified that a new
ireiglit schedule will go into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901
Information in regard tc
changes in rates can bo obtained
at the office of the Comnanv
corner Port & Queen Sts. Hon-
C L. WIGHT,
Vessels in PortKahiiluS
Am. Schr. James Rolph, Ecfward
son, from New Castle, Coal. '
Jan. 19th. S. S. Mailt rtnnnnf.
from Honolulu with CO Porto Rican
Jan. 22th! S. S. Cliludine, Parker,
Jant 23rd. S. S.- Hanalei, Greene.
from Honolulu with 8tf Japanese
Jam 24th. S: S. Kalulani, Dower,
Jan. 25th. S. S. Claudino, Parker,-
, Jan. 17th. Am. Bktne. Quickstep,
Wellin. for Tacoma with 307 tons
Jan 18tb. Am. Bark W. B. Flint.
Johnscn, for Mnkaweli to load sugar.
Jan, 18th. Am, Stmr. Eureka,
Weedoii,' ' for Tacoma with 188 tons
Jan. 19th. S. S. MnuJ, Bonnet.
for Hawaii ports.
.Ian. 22th. S, S. Claudino, Parker,
Jan. 23rd. S,''Sf Hanalei, Greene,
for Honolulu. .
Jan. 23rd. Brjtish Bark Anliopc,
.uui-ruy, ior xauysmitii in ballast.
Jan. 21th. S.'S. Kaluhni. Dower.
for Huclo. . .
Jan. 2.7th. S, S. Claudino.. Parker.
for Honolulu at 5 P. M.
Oceanic Time TabieV
UATK NAME FIIOM
Jan. I Sonoma .S'. F.
" 2S Gaelic ,. .'..... .S. 1-V
"' 31 Doric Yokohama
Jan. 1 Sonoma ." Colonies
" 28.Gaelic .Yokohama
" 31 Doric' S.F.
Keep Constantly on Hand!
IOE, SODA WATER, GINGER
IRON, STRA.WBERRY SODA, AND FRUIT SYRUPS:
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausageinj
DeliuefV Uso-on VJsitM
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday)
KIHEI, Monday, Thursday;
Post Office Address,
Merchants and Commission A&ents4
HONOLULU, H. T. O I
Wellington Typewriters 360.0f
Conover Typewriters $45.00
ALSEN CEMENT l'
ROQHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS- A'ND FUSE
80lnch Gauge, 14-Ib Ralls ;
86Snch Gauge, 20lb Rails. ;
VOU SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUITBj?
5 Wp do not try to 611 carriages cheaper than others but to sell
jg "c tho best goods for tho lowest possiblo monoy. .' v SiP
Spll g00(1 VCWJS is our a'ltn- Every carriage we sell is a reebmi
a ucil mendation to others to purchase from us". ,p
S TllP nuiiibor of carriages sold by us on Maui is the best evidence 8
m 1 uc of the worth of our sroods. " . '"w
Ro'tf' harness-is always the cheapest. You can get a good article ilx
1 a r,eai'onablePrlce Dut
We are. offering a'few bargains for the New Year. Writji!
us statinc vour nppT. ! ''&?!
I Pacific Vehicle
Bismark Stable Company, Ltdf '
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU; ;
New BuiLDinns, New Rios,
me B SMAKK STABLES Ro. nmnncoM nmE!
theteadihg Livery Stable
LIVERY, BOARD and
f HAdKS, Carriages, Buggies and, Saddle Horses?
new anu-nvst oiass rigs and
& Ice Worl
ALE, ROOT BEER, OELlJRY' S
Monday, Wednesday. Saturday;"'
KAHULUI, MAUI, WM
AVIES & LO.
& Co, Ltd
not 'or minimum.
& Supply Co Ltiff
Honolulu, H, T. fe3 i
New Teams, New Macmhejient. '' :M
' r -rwww i uuw,
Business on Maui; V-!
SALES STABLES ;
teams, and competent drivers?