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bi Macfarltuio & Co,'s Sil-5o6b.-
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I'. L-. MYER.
cl. i'i wailukc, Maui.
f lift Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tlio Laws or
Uio Republic of II awn it.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
5iiopi lis ! mtoWlDED PROFITS $171,564.94
d?Us. M. Coblle ;:'-'5roonI'
T0 .fnnos Vice-President
C. Hi Cooko. Gasuei
lC.vUfetonL. .Assistant Cashier
Tom May.'Jf. Y. lMaciarmuu, xj. y.
Tenny. . A. iYicounuiusis.
COHCllS bill' ntwuiiio ... ' I
poratlons. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
u SMI sincl Purchase
IMlbi uaiuu .... .... -
titorcign Exchange, Issuo Letter? ol
Ordinary ant1 Term Deposits rc
c'ordanqe'Witti., rules and conditions
ijfmcedJ m pass oooks, cws j
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JhdVT Buildmgf 'Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan fifetet Co
GILBElT I WALLER,
Wholesale and' RetaiF
dll ll'uids dV Sausages
Dealers in Butter
X &z Eggs
Island: orders promptly attended 'to.
108 ICING STREET.
rfawaii, L&nSV and Oahu
caW racr'w'bc forwarded by
Twenty-cents pr word
M I n i m urn r&t e
$2.09 per m'&sagje
CentraiSli'on for MauiJat'i
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent - selection com
Crown, Spring Coy'o, Nosings,
Return Beads.-'Quartor and Half
Round, P. G.. 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
ash, Boors & Blinds
aH sizes and styles
Nor'Wost Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Holli ster Drug Co
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
iguarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
fADJOINIWl UORU.l's STORE.)
First Glass in All Respects
Halir Catting, Shaving and
1 'Clean and Tidy
i White Custom Solicited.
f . KASHINOKI
Large Stock of
Canned Goods fc Fruits.
jMAnKET ST WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
overy day at 10 A. M..
Fresh Jalifbrnia feints
Candies' Nuts Canned Fruits &
WO SANGH& GO.
Ice Cream Parlors.
THREE ELEGANT DOOMS, '25 cent a Dish.
ONE ROOM, 10 tests a. Dish.
JJino Stork" CinlncdJ Goods and
Fr-uit, Cardies and Cfgars. Fresh
Goods received ovor week. Special
courtesies to'ladies and. gentlemen. '
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
M ) . J' a
ind 75c $i.00,$1.25
or $l.fi0 for a nicq b,ox of Chqpoia'tes
aiyl confections, at pQst j)r,friht
free to any part of tho Islaads.
Pnunmn Cnnnl the Favorite.
Washington, January 20. The
President to-day scat to Congress
with a message, simply of transmittal,
the supplemental report of the Isth
mian Canal Commission, in which it
Is unanimously recommended that the
oiler of the New Panama Canal Com
pany to sell all of Its rights, property
and unfinished work to tho United
States for $40,000,000, bo accepted.
Tho Senate ordered tho report prin
ted in the Congressional Record and
also as a document.
The report concludes as follows:
"After considering tho changed
conditions that now exist; and that
all facts and circumstances upou
which its present judgment must be
based, tho Commission is of the opin
ion that "the most practical and
feasible route" for an isthmian canal,
to be "under the control, manage
ment and ownership of tho United
States," Is that known as the Panama
Tljc report is signed by the entire
.the state JJeparlmeut will now
proceed to arrange a protocol with
Mr. Silva, engaging Colombia to ap
prove tho transfer of tho franchise
of the Panama Company and to make
any desirable extensions' of time al
lowanco for the completion of the can
al and in the life of tho lease.
Batangas To Be Weylerizetl.
Washington, January 20.- Having
failed, after two years strife, in sub
duing tho insurrection in Batangas
province, which lies just south of
Manila, and having satisfied himself
that lenient treatment cf tho insur
gents is productive of no good results,
General J. Franklin Bell, the military
commander in that province, has
determined on tho prosecution of tho
war in the most vigorous and deter
mined fashion. His nlan involves
reconcentration in a modified form,
the application of martial law in all
directions and the unsparing pursuit
and punishment of tho natives who
act as spies and traitors to the Uni
ted States. All this appears from a
long report to tho War Department
More About Miss Stone
Constantinople, January 20. Tho
United States Minister, John G.A
Leishman, says the brigands who ab
ducted Miss Ellen M. Stone and Mme.
Tsilka on September 3d have agreed
to accept the amount of ransom rais
ed by subscripted'. Tho place of pay
ment is now tho ,only question unset
Naval Battle at Panama
, Panama (Colombia), January 20.
jMaking their long-expected attack
pu Panama frdtn tho sea this morning,
tho Colombian Liberals precipitated
within sinht of tho citizens a naval
battle greater than Panama had seen
in many years. They set on fire and
sank the Lautaro, a Government
steamer, aud one of their vessels, tho
Darien, was beached. There was
heavy loss in killed and wounded,
especially on the Government side.
Sailors from tho United States oruis
er Philadelphia rescued many of the
Venezuelan "Rebels Beaten
Willembtad (Island of Curacao),
January 20.-Venezuelan advices re
ceived hero to-day say tho Gover
nment forces had the best of tho
fight on Saturday last, although
Colonei Pera!, Colonel Fuenmayor
and fifty men were seriously injured
Tho Govennent troops,. these advices'
add, are pursuing, the revolutionists
lho insurgents wero adherents of
Genral Hernandez, who is still kept
in pribon by President Castro. The'
revolutionists attacked tho police
post situated la tho main street. Tho
light thoro' ended in tho defeat of
tho revolutionists. Thero wero seve
ral men kilted and wounded.
The revolutionists concentrated at
Paraguaua and near Vela do Coro,
according to the reports which have
reached Curacao, appear to'ljayp
fcepn defeated by the Government
The American Shipping Com
Tho above is tho namo of a now
company incorporated la Honolulu
on last Tuesday, for tho purposo of
handling inter-islands freight and
passengers as well as freight and
passengers between the Islands and
the Coast and foreign ports.
Tho Incorporators aro James T.
Taylor,- W. E. Rowell, I. Bray, H.
T. Taylor and Nelson B. Lansing,
and tho purposes of tho Company
aro to purchaso and take over the
schooner "Alice Kimball" for the
purposes of tho corporation; to pur
chase, build, charter or lease other
vessels for tho same purposes; to en
gage m a gonorai passenger ana
freight business between the several
Islands of the Territory, and between
Hawaii ports; to build, repair remod
el, buy and sell sea-going craft of
all kinds; to deal In ship furnishings
and chandlery, and to acquire, con
struct and maintain wharves, docks,
shin yards, landings and piers, with
right of way thereto.
Tho capital stocks of tho corpora
tion is $25,000 divided into 1250
shares of tho par value of $20 each.
A large part of the stock is already
subscribed, but some of tho shares
will be placed on Maui. Tho com
pany aro authorized by tho charter
to buy and sell produce, and it is
their intentiou to handle a largo bulk
of Kula and up country trade, which
will of course be of inestimable beno-
fit to the small farmers and produce
raisers on all parts of Maui.
At present, tte "Alice Kimball'
is the only vessel owned by tho com
pany, but plans and specifications
aro in preparation for a hundred ton
gasoline schooner, which will be built
and placed in tho service at as early
a date as possible. Afterwards
other vessels wi'l bo added as fast
as tho demands of the trade require.
Mr. J as, T. Taylor is tuo moving
spirit in the enterprise, and the
encouragement which tho Company
has already mot points to a large
and profitable business in the future.
Mr. Nelson B. Lansing is- the
general agent at Honolulu, and local
agents will bo appointed at all minor
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new
freight schedule will go into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901
Information in regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at the office of the Company
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
C. L. WIGHT,
Am. Schr. James Rolph, Edward
son, from New Castle, Coal,
Am. Bark Edward May. Hansen
from Kihei Ballast.
Am. S. S. Uyades, Garlick, from
Am. S. S. Tampico. Farder., from
Jan. 13th Sclr. James Rolph, J,
Ji.dwardson, 40 days from Newcastle
Jan. 29th. S'. S. Claudine, Parkerr
Jan. 2Gth, S: 'S. Hyades, Garlick.
l dav from Honolulu, Ucnernl Mdse
Jan. 27th. Bark Edward May,
day from Kihei, to load sugar.
Jan. 30th. K S. Tampico, Farden
1 day frenv Honolulu, general Mdse
Feb. 1' S. S. Claudine, Parker
for Honolulu, at 5''P. M.
Oceanic Time Table.
1 Alameda S.
C Hongkong Maru S.
8 Nippon Maru. . . .Yekohama
11 Sonpma Colonies
12-Sierra S. I
12 Midwora Colonies
14 China S. I'
15 Moaoa..... ...Victoria, B. C
15 Peru Yokohama
22 Doric , S. I'
22 Alameda S. F,
2d Coptic . .Yokohama
5 Alameda... , ; . .S. F,
" (i Hongkong Maru,. Yokohama
u 8 Nippon Maru .-S.F.
"' ,11 Sonoma...'. .; .S,F.
"12 Sierra....'. Colonies
" 12 Miowcra . . . . : .Victoria, B.C.
.15 Poi'li. .. ,
, S. F.
Maui Soda &
Keep Constantly on Hand:
ICE, SODA WATER, GINGER ALU, ROOT BEER, CELERY &
IRON, STRA.WBERRY SODA, AND
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausage I n
Delivery Uagon Visits
iUUJiii, Juonuay, xnursuuy;
Post Office Address,
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd.
Wellington Typewriters $6006'
Conover Typewriters $45)
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
30lnch Gauge, 144b Rails.
36inch Gauge, 204b Rails;
FOR SALE IN QUANTIFIES TO SUIT
do not try t'6 sell carriages
tne nest gooas for the lowest possible money'.- , t'
good vehicles" U'puif aim. Every carriage- He sell is a recom l
mendation' toothers to purchaso from wr. '
IS Rpcf harness is" dltes. the cheapest. YotV. dan get a good article m-
1C51 for a roar6hable price but not fof a minimum.
Wo arc olfdringa few bargains- for" tlio New Year,
us stating" your needs.
F. O. Bo 760
Bisnrairk Staie Company,!
E BISIARK STABLES OF fAlLrt'T"
New-BuiiWui?, NEw'Rftiai sw Teams, NaV iMaoagemeSt;
The BfSMARK STABLES Gov propose to run!
Leading, Li Very Stable
LIVERY, BOARD and SAluS STABLES
HCKS, CappaQ8$ bugles- AMd SatftiU H&nees .
Mow nMrl -Avicil nlnnn -..idU -
ii vi nu
FRUIT SYRUPS. sr
COLD STORAGE. il l
Mnnrltiv. WprtnesdaV. HatUrdaV. 'ii'i
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday; '
1 ml -.1 ' .."'.J
Monday, Saturday! 4s,
SPREGKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, Thursday .
KAHULUI, MAUI, H. TiJ
HONOLULU, H. T. rv r , C ;
& fa, Ltd
cheaper thart otnOrs but to" sell I
r of carriages sold by us on Maatf iVr tho best evidence hp
wortil' or our goods. P
&,kp$y Co. DdJ
Honolulu, H, T. j
Business on Maui.
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