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SoJas, Chairs, oio.,
nimtly Upholstci cil at l'iii
Uphols-lonnjrSliop. in roar
of Macfarlaiii' v'i i' .'s Sa
loon, opposite- i U ailiiku
depot. Many Years' ex
po'rienci! Prompt utlontion
to country ordeis by mail
t D. h MRYER.
Tel. 9-1. Wail; i v. Maui.
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INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
Frl 11 H i nmii U proving u very
i Immilnr n,:itmuor of the Maui lintel.
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sued to-nighl u'yn 4ijhtm of l WftURUU Uli Joe ijognn insi, lues-pr.ic-tMtl
allium' WtV&ifr 0 rftit j dft innir..u.
Britain in.'l Jup:m lor th tm-wrva- j G Sc.lt of Mnofnrhmo &
Hon .it Chin., ft n Corii'.'"'Tfio pHp-Hf.,, (,.,, ),.. n wf fortlic past
uovur.s a riwputch st-nfby iorri ut-; v is ilt.trii,ii1iir to recover.
selection com ; dnvvni', Set ri-iary
l Siftto ' for
1)i'isiu,r oign A!. airs .laiuiary 3utn, 1n
Crown, Spring Cove, Nosings 1 British Minister lo China, Sir Clau.ie
Return Beads, Quarter and Half acDonal.i, aii.l comprise a ritfntrt
coy (ii i ni' ngreeniein.
C iiihi Approves Aiiglo-jnpiiiiesc
r TtT A 1 1
a! D & 01 lldmil
Round, P G.. O.G. & Bond Stops
Astragals. Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, frames, (yimlows anil pEKIN0 February 12. The Aiud..-' returned o- ThcmI.-v's Kinau.
door), btair and Porch iiails, jal)!ini;se alliance lief-niiie gcr.-raliv
a ) (i
incornoraed Undor tliO Laws
the- Republic of Hawaii.
officers and directors:
Surplus & undivided profits $171,564.94
fchas. M. Cooke l'rusident
V. C. Jones Vice-President
6. II. Cooko Casliiei
F. C. Atberton Assistant Ca&hici
Directors Henry Watcrliousc,
Tom May, F. V. Maefitrlane, E. D.
Tennv. J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor-
horations. Trusts, Imhviduals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
nil business eo.in6clcd with banking
ontriistrd to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and interest allowed in ac
cordahce with rules and conditions
rintcd in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
MefrepoSiian Meat Co,
AH Kinds or teausaiies
U'tlllni'- Oiiufmd, (he Chinese in-
ecprctcr left for Honolulu on Thurs
d-iy's Manna Lou, but. will return to
.Muni in 11 couple of weeks.
Mr, ThomnsCuintnlnjrsof Waikapu,
who was ended to Honolulu on jury
ilutv lift Sutuidnv, was excused and
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of i rugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the 8UPEM0E
QUALITY of the Article
All first class stores handle
YE 15 SANG
TINSMITH fnd CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaitcd; Glass
Putin. Cofllns and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
J & Eggs
..cland orders promptly alilended to.'
ao& king stWeet.
HONOLULU, H. T.
, Telegrams to all Points ox
Hawaii!., Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
7 fir a rwiyrTh
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
ice Cream Parlors.
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish
ONE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish
. Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods receivsd every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
3IARKET ST. WAILUKU
Twenty cents per word
.. FnlmmuTfi' rate
$2.05 per n: ess age
Central Station for iVsaiiiat
.-Mi . ' r
UERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
known here to-day and Iiiim i rented
a profound sensation.
The Chinese otlicinK .liicliiding
Prince Clmif.',' president of the For
eign OHice, profi'.8 In art, approval
of the treat v. Prince Ching lias
announced that he will not further
discuss the RussoChinesc Hank a-
grecmeui with the Russian agent.
Whnt Russia Thinks oJ Allhnicc.
St. Pkthiisiiuiio, Feb. 14. Tho
Russian ollicial view of the Anglo-
Japanese treaty was communicated
to tho correspondent of tho Assoeiat-
d Press as follows:
''We accept, the news of the enten
te with the most complete equanim
ity and are liappy to aeertnin that
England and Japan are pledged to
maintain the integrity o.r China and
thci ndependence of Corcii,two princi
pies which Russia was the first to es
tablisli as the basis of her foreign pol
icy in tho Orient. Russia would wil
lingly have suoseribed to the agree
ments in the the preamble.
"The English-Japanese sny their
convention has only ej-cntially pad lie
aims. This makes it all tho more as
tonishiug when they speal: ot war
and coalition. What power 1,1 toy have
iu view we cannot say. Hut in any
case) if peace is menaced in tho ex
tremo Orient, Russia, for her part,
will not fail to take all tho measures
necessary to safeguard ner interests.
All Russia's conventions with .Japan
have aimed at the preservation of the
integrity of China and the independ
ence of Corea,and it is true that Min
ister Kurino came to us immediately
to communicate the text of this
agreement and to give the most ami
Prince Henry Sailed foi'Aisist'icn.
1UKL, J-'CO. lo. Admiral 1'rince.
Henry of Prussia started from Bre
men at 8:150 this morning.
Bubmuriiavi'.x. Feb. 15.- Piince
Henry sailed for Now York at 3:45
Tho last scon of the Prince from
tho shore hero was when ho stood on
the bridge of tho Ki'onprinz Wilholm
in an Admiral's uniform and lifted
his cap in response to the cheers of
the assembled crowds.
Naval Fiht of? Aguri Dnlcc
Panama, Feb. !:?. The Colombian
Government fleet left Panama yes
terday morning, met, tho insurgent
war shin Padilla off A gun Duice at
4 P. Id. and fought her for one hour
The Government gunboat Royaca
was struck and slightly damaged
The Padilla was bit three times and
sought protection from tho insur
gents guns ashore.
Split In Gormen Politics..
Hsnux, Feb. 14. Tho frequent
differences cf opinion '.vhich have oc
curred in tho Customs Committee of
llio Reichstag culminated this morn
ing after several disturbing incidents
in an open split and in the resignation
of the chairman, Baron von Hai'dori
one of the agrarian leaders.
The Liberals and Socialists, vio
lontly denounced the chairman's rul
ing and tho committee subsequently
overruled the chair. Tho chairman
resigned. The overruling of Baron
von Kardorff lod to an uproarious
outbreak and Soeial'st sliouts of
"Dictatorship" and 'Terrorism."
Japanese Oiiicei'S Displacing
Tokio, Jan. 20. The Japanese arc
credited w'jlh having scored over tho
Geimar.s again iu China. Recently
a number of Japanese officers were
orderpd. to .proceed to Wuchang and
Chi-li as military advisors for the
Governors of those provinces. Sixty
more have just been ordered to North
and Central China for the purpose of
reorganizing the Chincse.&rmy. Wliilp
.tlio reasons for this action arc 'not
apparent, tl'ic Chinese iijttmuto, Jl)at
tlio German oificprs, while unques
tionajlly o'lllcten'tj aro niUch mora" ex
pensiVo fchau the Jnuniicwp,
Maui Soda & Ice
Klcsep Constantly on Hand:
ICE, SODA WATGR, GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, CELERY
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND FRUIT SYRUPS.
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sousage:Jj
Deliuerv lAaron Visits
WATLUKU, Monday. Wednesday, SaiuVdo
t, irtrrt rr.. l.... ...
IWI1VU. lUL-MlitJ', i'lllliv.v,
KIIIEI. Monday, Thursday;
KAHULUI. Monday. Saturday:
SPRECKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, ThursaJ
Post Office Address, KAHULUI, MAUI, li
Joe Hocnn, trnveliliiy salesmnn for
the Charles Herrick Carriage Co., is
seeing what n needed among the
stablemen on Maui, tills week.
Geo. Anderson, W. W. Rieker,
M. L. Merry, J. N. Atwood, J. J,
Hognn and A. W. Dow of Honolulu
registered at the Maui Hotel tins
J. R. Dnggott, of Pan Francisco,
who hns been visiting the Islands for
the past month, renohed Wailuku
from Hawaii on Thursday nights
Hon. TT, P. Baldwin has stated to
to a Bulletin reporter, that . lis
business interests utterly preclude
the idea of his accepting tlio govern
ship of the Territory.
Among tho Maui passengers for
Honolulu on last Saturday's Claudine
were Mr. and Jlrs. A.T.Ungenkamp,
R. P. Baldwin, Col. W. II. Cornwell,
Carl Waldoyor, Judge McKay and A.
Oinsted of Hana.
Mr. Edler with his wife and
family arrived on last Saturday's
Mauna Loa, and will remain in Wai
luku for a couple of weeks as guests
of .the Wailuku Hotel, after which
they will leave for St. Lot is, Missouri
Merchants and Commission A&etitsll
HONOLULU, H. T.
Wellington i ypewrners jpou.uwm
Conover Typewriters $45.00
Oceanic Time Table.
Mar. 4 America Iaru.
" 4 Ventura
'' -4 Nippon Maru.
. . ..Colonies
5 Sonoma . .S. F,
12 Peru S. F.
12 City of Peking. ..Yokohama
12 Aorangu, ..Colonies
15 Alameda S. 1;
15 Miowera. . . .Victoria. B. C,
20 Coptic S. F,
22 Gaelic Yokohama
25 Sierra Colonics
2(i Ventura S.- F,
20 America Maru S. F
20 Hongkong Maru. Yokahamd
, 4 America Maru S. F,
4 Ventura S. F,
4 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
5 Sonoma Colonies
12 Peru Yokohama
12 Citv of Peking S. F.
12 Aorangl Victoria, B. C
15 Miowera Colonic
10 Alameda...., Si F,
20 Coptic Yokohama
22 Gaelic n...S. I''
25 Sierra ; . . .S. F.
20 Ventura , . .'.Colonies
28 America Maru. ..Yokohama
20 Hongkong Marti S. f
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSFj
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PER G ERM A N SHIP .
MARIE IlACKFELD 'B
"Germania" and "Glover Leaf Cemeffll
Iron Material for Eailroad Cars for 3in. Track
iiJ;l!;.Ft)R SALE IN QUANTITIES ' ' ' IfHB
' ' TO SUIT AT LOWEST JB
MARKET PRICES BY " pHV
H. Hackfeld & Co., lit fP
t n J 1 H ' A . i. ir'-
k araDie bomeaei. lias
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are; noiified that a new
freight schedule will go into effect
on and nCte'r1 December 1st, 1901.
Information in regard to
changes in rates cm be obtained
at the office of the Company,
corner t'ovt & Queen Sts. IIonj
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buil-uiSo.s', NinV Rigs, New Teams, New Maoaqement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to'
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle liorstf
at all Hours. A New System oJ Press ButfcOns&
New and first class rigs and teams, nnd competent drivers;!
Isaiah Buav, President
Jah. T.'Tav.i.oii, Secretary
Nei.so:'? B. LansimI, Treasurer
American ShippinCo. Lid
Mais QrrjqE Judd palldinj
rl PI T'tiII '
y.zha B. Jmnsino, Aijer.
!Poi-mferIy Branch Bisincii-Ic Stctfol&sl
Lively 9 Boarding- & Sale StaBjEsg"
Satldie Iforsej, e-arh'ages cjvj- Hacks at all Honnf on iiort' Kolicei
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