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You can now have your
Sofas, Chairs, cto.,
unittly Upholstered ut my
Upholstering Shop, in renr
of Mucrarlnno & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite tho Wuilfku
depot. Many Years' ox-
pGi'ionco. Prompt iittontion
to country orders by u-uil
D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 91. Wailuku, Maui.
Tho Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
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, uireciors nenry aiei-uuuse,
Tom May, F. "V. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny, J. 1 McCandless.
Solicits tl o Accounts of Firms,Cor
porntions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign-Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re.
seived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which .may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER.
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds o? Sausages
sK.id orJsr j promptly ahtended to.
308 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, M. T.
eg r aw to.
Telegrams to all Points of
nawau, L,anai and usaim
can now be forwarded by
nty cents per woi C
l13 5 P
' $2.00 i:cr message
, Central Station for Maiii at
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Grown, Spring Cove, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter 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,
Sash, Eoors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood . Lumber.. Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Asli, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD 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 handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
fatovc pipes and (Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Put in. Coflins and Cabinet
"Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailuku,
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
M ARKET ST VJ A LU IIU
WO SANG & CO.
Ice Cire-ci tti Pnrlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish.
OIIE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stoe.k Canned Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods reeeivad every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.'
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
Tel. No. 7
Fort St. Honolulu
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L.K.Ekborg, agent for tho Singer
sewing machines, lias located at
W. F. Pogue of Nahiku is expect
ed in Wailuku today pur Claudinc
from Han a.
Mrs. James Scott, wifo of Manager
Scott of Kihci, was a visitor at Wai
luku on Wednesday.
W. IJ. Crozioi of Lahaina lias ac
cepted tho position of head sugar
uollor at the Wailuku mill.
B. II. Collin, purser of tho S. S.
"Ilyades" registered at tho Maui
Hotel On Wcdnesduy evening.
L. M. Vctlescn of Lahaina came
over to Wailuku on Thursday aiter-
noon, to remain several days.
Col. W. H. Cornwell returned to
Maui on Wednesday's Claucline, and
icft for Honolulu on lastje night's
Mrs. Julia S. Field, widow of the
lute Eugene Fie'd, one of America's
tavorito ballad writers, is visiting
Postmaster Arthur AVaal of Laha-
visit of inspection to Muui this week,
on behalf of the Board of Health, and
will return to Honolulu todaj
Contractor P. E. Lamar has been
awarded the contract for putting in
tho bridge across the Kuilua Guich,
beyond Huelo, and will begui tho
Work netft week.
Rev. 'Canon Ault returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday, and Rev.
A. B. Weymoutli, who was canonized
during his visit to Honolulu, return
ed on last night's Mouna Loa.
J. tt. ' Daggett of San Franofsco,
part owner of tho schooner Stanley,
who has been spending some time iu
Wailuku, took a run over to Hana on
Wednesday's Claudinc, returning to
day. A- Hancock the Fort St. Hon
olulu iilter dealer( wa3 on Maui
during tho early part of the week,
but left for Hawaii on Tuesday's
Kinau. He will shortly return to
Mr. Edler and family who have
spent some time in Waiiukuas guests
of the Wailuku Hotel, leave today
via Honolulu for St. Louis, Missouri,
where Mr. Edler will engage iu bus
iness. T. F. Sedgwick, agent of the Haw
aiian Experiment Station, is stop
ping at Makawao to experiment with
new varieties of seed potatoes ia
Ivula. Tho potatoes were furnished
by tho U. S. Agricultural Depart
ment. The Spokesman mentions the name
of Attorney James L. Coke of Wui-
Iuku as excellent timber for tho next
legislature, which is a very sensible
suggestion, provided Mr. Coko would'
accept, which is at presort some
Wr. Charles H. Lindholra, who
wus m charge of tho corrugated iron
work for Milliken Bros, cluriug the
ereciion of the now mill at Puunene,
left for Houolulu on the last Claudiue.
His Who and daughter will reside for
a while at Spreckolsville.
Lon Agucw,. the boxer and" all
round athlete is training L. R.'Crook
for the coming races at Honolulu,,
under tiie auspices of the H.'A.Club.
Mr. Crook will bo entered for' three
eveuts, aud tho News is backing him
to win all of them, for money or
Mr. Tlico. F.' Lansing, accompanied
by Mr. Arthur C. Alexander, ' Sur
veyor, and Mr. Donald B. Green,
urrived on Wednesday's Clauduie,
and proceeded at once to tho Young
Hee raueho to survey off -the -corn
ami potato lands reserved tofrtho
Mr. tlaruldT. Bayscldon, of'tho
Did Lawrence Tobacco Cy. ofJIoiv
oluki tome, over on Wednc a3;y lo
.-i:c:.d a week or so on Maui ijmtbo
mien-it., of his linn. Hc w3jac
tompaii'ed ty. Mrs. Rayse!dcj?itna
iiy 4,0:1, who will visit at Wailuku
Cbilnjr KIT; stay. T-
SYLV"A -xt Surecltelsviile. M'nuf.
M,jiie1i7, IDOL', to Mr. aud Mrs? A.
Sha, a son.
BURNS-'-At Wailuku. Maui. March
12; ifllfS .ciinTant child pf sfrirh'nd
ma took a flying tnpfHonoiulu
last'Saturday; returriirig-otf Tu'esSia'y
Tho bark "Diamond Head,! Capt.
A. Peterson arrived at Kannapalion
Thursday morning, Mar. 13, 41 days
out from Seattle with cargo of, blaJl.
diamond coal for the Pioneer Planta
tion, an unusually long voyage, caus
ed by the stormy weather. She was
running very low in provisions, some
of her supply having been damaged
by water, and for the last ten days
of her voyage a tobacco famine
prevailed on board.
Tho schooner Alico Kimball had a
terrible passage from Koloa, and the
iigurehead was carried away by the
waves. Capt. Eliscn says that ho
has never seen the sea any rougher
round the Horn, The Kimball narrow
ly escaped going ashore on the south
west end of Oahu. Several huudrcd
bags of rico paddy on board were
damaged by sea-water.
Tho bark Albert, Capt. Griffiths
experienced a very rough trip of 23
days from tho S. F. to Houolulu.
Capt. Griffith says tho wind was high
er thit trip than over before in his
experience. Considerable damage
wasdone to tho forward rigging of
The S. S. "Hyadcs" took 2000 tons
of sugar at Honolulu and expects to
take 3500 tons at Knhului. .Sho will
leave for tho Coast on Monday; if the
weather permits loading her, and
will be iu Kahului again about April
Tho bark Albert was towed over
from Honolulu to Kadnapali yester
day morning, to load 1200 tons of
The schooner Mct)ia ly-lson, Capt.
Christiansen, has left Makukona for
Port Towuscud, in ballast.
Tho S. S. Kauai touched at Kahului
on Thursday morning from Honolulu,
with foreign mail.
Mrs. Henrietta K. Kibliug, wife of
Purser Kibling of the Claudino died
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FHOM
Mar. 4 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 4 Ventura... Colonies
" 4 Nippon Maru S.lV
" u Sonoma...'. S. F.
" 12 Peru S. F.
" 12 City of Peking. . .Yokohama
12 Aorangi Colonies
15 Alameda S. F.
" 15 Miowera. .'. .Victoria. B.C.
" 20 Coptic S.F,
" 22 Gaelic... Yokohama
" 25 Sierra Colonies
" 20 Ventura S.F,
" 2G America Maru S.F,
" 29 Hongkong Maru.Yokahama
Mar. 4 America Maru , . . .S. F.
" 4 Ventura S.F.
" 4 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
" 5 Sonoma. Colonies
" 12 Peru... Yokohama
" 12 City of Peking S. F.
" 12' Aorangi .. ..Victoria, B. C.
" 15 Miowera Colonids
" 19 Alameda S.F.
" 20 Coptic Yokohama
" 22 Gaelic S. F.
" 25 Sierra ...S.F.
" 2G Ventura Colonies
" 23 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 29 Hongkong Maru.' 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!- ,ia regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at tho ofnee of tho Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
olulu. G. L. WIGHT,
Ibaia'ii BnAY, President
J as. T. Ta VtOfe,- S'ecrotary
Nelok IL LAKSixa,Troa$ur'or
iiiiericaii Sliippiiif Co. Lt'd,
JIain di-riCE,-Judd Bafldin5
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausage it
Delivery Wagon Visits
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
KIHEI, Monday, Tliursday;
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday;
Wst Office Address
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd; 1
Allingtofi Typewriters $6.bG
Cohover Typewriters $45.00 .
. AL'SEN CEMENT
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE
Iron Material for Railroad Cars for 30ih. Track
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES'
TO SUIT AT LOWEST r'
MARKET PRICES BY
lismark StaWe Company, Lt
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
1 New Buiiinnfna. New Rraa.
, ,. ;
' i niriur 1 ni rnr
. me Diomni oiDLco uo. propose to run,; i
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
at ali Hours. A New System o? Press Buttons. v
fflTVfltirl flVCf. r1noo virra
Ltvery9 Boarding & 3&fe StablK
mib nuriss, tarfjagfisr aua
FIRST GhMUi RIGS AND
v- mkr KENNING', .
& Ice Works
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Monday, "Wednesday, Satun
aPRF.bKSTJSVITJTJE. Wednosdav. Thursday
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KAHULUI, MAUI, HI
and Commission A&e
- HONOLULU, H. T.
PER GERMAN SHIP
& Co., Ltd
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