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Be v Comfortable:
xYim ean'now have j our
; Parlor Sets
j,. ,. Old Furniture
Souis, Chairs, etc., .
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Muefarlane & Co.'s Sa
' loon, opposite the Wniluku
depot?, Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
".' ',! to country orders by n.ail
t or telephone.
'. D. L. MEYER.
Tel 94. Wailcku, Maci.
Tfe Bant of Hawaii
incorporated , Uuder the Laws
' the Republic of Hawaii.
; OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,554.04
Chas. M. Cooke .President
P C. Jones..' .Vice-President
C. H. Cook Cashiei
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry "Watorhouso
Tom May, F. V. Maefarlane, E. D
Tennv. J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor-.
uorations. Trusts, Individuals, and
i will promptly and carefully attend to
till business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
r. -Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
I SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
i Ordinary ami Term Deposits re
ai'ived and. Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
mrin-ted in pass books, copies of
vrhih may bo had on application.
,vJidd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
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itan Meat Co.
GILBERT J. WALLER,
.( holesale and Retail
?! JAU Kinds opt Sausages
; J - .
: ? j rouilr-cs
: . w B Garre
' V ', 0 T7
08 KING N 6'rREET.
' - i? - . : . :
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Crown, Spring Coe, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals. Base and Band mould-
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings. Frames, (windows and
door). Stair and Porch Rails,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
oll sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Rod wood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
IyAHULVI RAILROAD CO
Holli ster Drug Co .
HONOLULU, II. T.
This naaie on a Package
of Etes cr Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Iclc-ran::; to ail Pclnia oi
'lie. vd'o Lr.r:aS cr.d Oaliu
A c.n t.z: be lorvarccd by
' w K u 11 OiO ' J a Mi
Twenty cents per word
S2.CG per message
Central Station for Maui at
MARKET ST. ' WAILUKU
fArJoixisa nonnA'8 store.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
Wh"-? Custom Solicited.
f . PilfMI
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET Sf WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Candiei,' Nut, Canned Fruits &
M A n K E T S.T VJ'AIIUKU
WO SANG & COo
3co Crcr.rr. ZP.rl&i'ci
C::: ?.ZV, . I)c::.::a ::sh.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars. Frvh
Goods received every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
Market st. wailcku.
Col. W. H.Cornwell returned from
Honolulu on yesterday's Lchua.
T. P. Dubose, travelling man for
the L. JJ. Kerr Co. is selling Maui
L R. Pearson, travelling tor u
Portland, (Ore ) harness house is on
Maui this week.
W. W. Ricker, of the patented
Rieker cane unloader, came over to
Maui last week.
Mr. and Mrs. von Tempsky and
two children we guests at the
Maui Hotel last Wednesday.
Mr. J. L. Renoit leaves for Kauai
today, to reconstruct lines for the
telephone system on the Gardea Isle.
Manuel Dutro, manager of the
Pioneer Stables, Lahaina, came over
to Wailuku on Thursday returning
Mr. L. M. Maynard of Hawaii
spent several days on Maui this week
introducing a fine brand of Kona
coffee in pound packages.
Dr. Wall, the Honolulu dentist who
has been fill'uiff professional engage
ments on Maui for tho past week,
leaves for Honolulu today. sj
Tommy Pickard has been appoint
ed on the regular force of the Wai
luku police, donning the blue uni
form and locust club on Tuesday
Mr. J. G. Anderson of Salt Lake
was in town this week attending to
ma tters tn connection with the estate
of his urole, the late Jame9 Ander
son of Makawao,
A. A. Rrnymer of tho Von Hatnm
Yountr Co. and Wm. Green represen
ting Phillips & Co., Honolulu, came
over on Wednesday and arc stocking
the Maui merchants.
G. D. Linn, postal inspector, lias
spent ihe week on central Maui,
looking after the mail routes and the
details of the management of the
different, post offices.
Mr. and Mrs. Hagenkamp have
abandoned the idea of taking passage
on the "Edward Mav" for the Coast,
and will probably sail on the Ventura
which leaves Honolnlu March 4.
Dr. McConkey of Paia has been
confined to his bed for the past two
weeks with la grippe and a touch of
pneumonia. He is recovering but
is still confined to his bed, and is very!
Attorney Georir0'Fons leaves for
Honolulu on.-J'P Lehua today to look
after the final details Of the Inccr
Pnr1tion of the two soda & ice com
panies of Maui, and will return on
next week's Mauna Loa.
Jared Smith, at tho head of the
U. S Agricultural Department of
the Islands, came over to Mfui on
Wednesday, to spend several da-vs,
for the purpose of investigating agri-
oultn-al and cognate matters on the
Mr. Chas. D. Lufkin returned from
Honolulu yesterday without his moth
er and sister who were due on Wed
nesday's Sierra from the Coast, .hc
Sierra not having arrived at. the time
the Lehua sailed on Thursday after
noon. Mr. J. N. S. Williams, chief engi
neer ot Puuneno Mill. dined a number
of his friends at tho Maui Hotel on
last Sunday evening. II is guests
were Messrs Warner, Niesson, Cof
fey, Ricker, Rett, Cass, Ketney, W.
Lowrie and R. D. Baldwin.
Tax Assessor W. O. Aiken of Paia
was in Wailuku on Thursday, and
emphatically refused his many Wai
luku friends the privilege of taking
up a follection to pay his back salary,
but says he will play for even by
maVmg a raise of ."0 per cent fiat in
the tiixes of Lis district.
The Lehua leaves Lahaina for Hono
lulu this mornings and the Kinau will
touch at Maulaea bay tonight about
ten o'clock for Honolulu.
The Wilder Steamship Company's
vessels Lehua, Kinau, Kaiulani and
Hawaii, have been inspected and
passed by the steam boat Inspectors,
The Sierra, which was due inllono
lulu on Wednesday had not reached
there when the Lchua left on Thurs
day afternoon. She is supposed to
have been detained at San Francisco,
waiting for the English mail.
The Bark Wrestler, 89 clays out
from Newcastle for'Kahului, is mak
ing the second longest passage of the
season the Bark prince Louis holding
the record. The Wrestler has proba
bly become becaimcd off Hawaii and
is trying to beat up to Kahului
The Kiuau will not leave Hilo this
week until Saturday on account of
an unusually large number of tour
ists for Hilo and the volcano. She
will arrive in Honolulu next Sunday
morning about 10 a. m. Tho idea is
to give the passengers a day longer
Tho rumor reached Woiiuku thai
tho Maui, Capt. Bennett, stru?ka
rock at Kipahulu on Thursuay, which
started a very serious leak. Conse
quently the Maui left Hana yesterday
morning for Honolulu direct, only
calling at Kahului yesterday afternoon
long enough to get her ship's papers
and pick up whatever mail was
to bo sent.
Veesels in Port Kahului
.... Send 75c S1.00 $1.25
or 1.50 for tt nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to uny part of the Isltiur'a.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
i Honolu'u. H. 'f.
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
V7AGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. II. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
Am. Schr. James Rolph, Edward-
son, from New Castle, Coal.
Am. Bark Edward May, Hansen,
from Kihei Ballast.
Feb. 12th, S. S. Maui, Rennet.
Feb. 12th, S. S. Maui, Bennet
for Hana and ayports.
Oceanic Time Taie.
i Soda A Ice f orkS:
ICE, SODA WATER, GINCI
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AI
R ALE. ROOT miLR, CELERY &'
D FRUIT SYRI Pi.
Fresh Fish, Fresh Ojsters and jSausage lit
Delivery Wagon V isits
WATLUK.U, Monday, WedneIiV, Saturday;
Post Office Address,
HAIKU, jruesday, Friday;
KIHEI, Monday, Thursday;
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturdd
ta, H. T.
DATE . NAME
x eb. 1 Alameda ' s. F.
'.' (! Hongkongf-ffu S. F.'
" 8 Nippon,.3faru .... Yekohama
" 11 Sc',oina Colonies
-j2Sierra S. F.
" 12 Miowera Colonies
" U China .S. F.
" 15 Moana Victoria, B. C.
,' 15 Peru Yokohama
" 22 Doric S. F.
' 22 Alameda S. F.
' ' 25 Coptic Yokohama
Feb. 5 Alameda S. F.
" (i Hongkong Maru ..Yokohama
" S Nippon Maru S.F.
"11 Sonoma S. F.
" 12 Sierra Colonies
" 12 Miowera Victoria, B.C.
11 China Yokohana
" 15 Moana Colonics
" 15 Peru S. F.
' 22 Doric Yokohama
" 25 Coptic S.F.
" 2(i Alameda S. F.
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 bo obtained
at the office of tho Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
olulu. C. L. WIGHT,
Isaiah Brav, Pre.sido.it
Jas. T. Tayuik, Secretary
Nelson B. Lansing, Treasurer
American Sliippinf Co. Lf d.
Main Office, Judd Building
Telephone, Main 1G1)
Nelson B. Lansing, Agent
I HEfl. 11. JAVIRS Lf -1
Merchants and Commist a Agents
HONOLULU, H. T.
Conover Typewriters j e.OO
GIANT POWDER V '
CAPS AND FUSE
PER GERMAN SHIP
. MARIE HACKFELD
JGermania" and "Clover Leaf" Cement
on Material for Railroad Cars for Ma. Track
FOR SALK'f'U AMITIES
TO SUIT AT LOWEST
MARKET PRICES Bt t
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Wo do not try to sell carriages chc-iper than othors but o sell
"I the best goods for the lowest possible money . r'"" W
good vehicles h our aim. Every c
mendation to others to purchase f
uie money. r.
carriage we sell is L : P'pm-;
romus. Ik- 'i
. . , . U.. .... Tif ! ! . .L. , j . t
i l. numoer oi oari iu"i a sum uy us un iutiui is mo oesi giicjt,
of the worth of our goods. i
PpCf harness is always the cheapest. Ycu can get a good article r
f?wM for a rearonable price but not for a minimum. i ! s.'
' Y'e are offering a few bargains for the New Year! Write
us stating your needs.
acific Vehicle & Supply Co hi
O. E3o:c 7 GO
-Wit i -
i.i . i
ark Stable Company,
THE BISMARK STABLES OF-VAELIij
N:w Builpinos, New Rigs, New Tka.ms, New M.viaem
il Tho RIQMARlc' QTARITQ ; nr.nnnc
,tie Leading Livery Stable Business on M-
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STA
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and iadd!e
Hburs. A New System of Pre
' New arid first blps Hgs aria teams, and compet