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You can now huvu y.our
Sofas, Chairs, etu'.y
nptvtly Upholstered tit!
Uphqlstoring Shop, in rear
, of jvlucfurlano & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite the Wailuku
' d,jpotj Many- Years' ex
perience: Erpmpt' attention
to country orders by, njail
tt, L. MEYER
Tel. 94. Wailuku, Maui.
1c Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undi tho Laws of
CAPITA Tj iJrl
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR.
SURBLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,554.
Chas. M. Cooltc .rresuumv
1'. C. Jouos Vice-rrcsldcnt
C. II. Cooke Casliiei
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Directors IIcniry Watcrhouse,
Tom May, P. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tcnny. J. . McCaiulless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
pora lions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and 'carefully' attend to
all -business connected with banking
ontrustod to ty. Sell; andi Ifurchqse
Forcign.ExQhango, Issuo LqUqrs of
' SAVINGS, DEPARTMENT,
Ordinary and Term- Deposit? rq-,
ccived and Interest allowed in ac.
cordanco with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copi?8 of
which may be had' on application.
Judd Bulldhig, FortSt.,Honcl.
Metropolitan Megj Go.
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail.
All Kinds o Sausages
Inland orders promdtiyattended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, HL X.'
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
LI M I TED
An acxcellbn6 selection com
prising Crown, Spring OoveyNosings,
Return Beads. Quarter and Half
Round, P. G.. 0. G. & Bead'stops
' i 1 . T-i i -n 1 11.1
yvsiruguis, jduso anu jaana mouiu'
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows iind
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
Sash, tyoors & Blinds
all sizes and, styles
Nor'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
.in d Rough
Redwood Lumber - Surfaced
Cedar? SpruceAsJii Oak
KAHULIJI RAILROAD CO
' Kuhului Muui.
HONOLULU, H. T.
! Tfename on a Package
of Drugsor fedicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
i . -
! 'A first class stores handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
- Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Putin. Coffins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailuku
Large Stock of
Canned. Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO
Ice Crea m IPcti-lorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish
ONE ROOM. 10 cents a Dish
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit,' Cardies and, Cigars. Fresh
Goods received everv week. Special
curtesies do ladies and'gentlemen.
"MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
FonT St. Honolulu
Read the MAUI NEWS
Mr. W H. Robinson is expected
home from Honolulu.nojtt vVednesday.
A. T R. Jackson of the Pacific
"Mutual is doing; business on Maui
Manager Pctormam of. tbo Maul
Hotel Points with Prido, to his Sun
day menu for tomorrow. s
Mr. T. R. Robinson,, auditor for
C. Brewer & Co.-is visiting Wailuku
on Ins round of inspection..
Manager 0. B. Wells took. Satur
day's Claudine for Honolulu, return.
Ing on Thursday's Claudino.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Enos Jr.
will take a run to Honolulu on. Mon
day's Mauna Loa, for a two weeks'
Governor S. B. Dole left on Wed
nesday's Sierl-a for Washington, and
will probably be gone for u couple of
Mr. R. E. Ford and Mr. E. C.
Campbell of Lahaina came over to
Wailuku on Tuesday, and returned
homo on Wednesday.
li, iu. vtticsen who spent some
days at Wailuku in the interests of
tho Equitable Life, returned to La
haina on Tuesday last
Mauage'rsiri Baldwin of Puuncne
and Manager C.'B. WtfiJR 01 wailuku
jr'qturued from the planters' ffleoung
at Honolulu,, on Ihursday's Claudme.
Mr. A. A. Benson, of Theo. II
Davieo,& Co., came over on Wednes
day's Kinau,, and will be doing bus,
ihess with Maui retailers for ho n5xt
Mr. O. V. Sturtevant, represent
ing the haraware department of
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. is (on Maui,
waiting to do business "wh'eu tho rain
Mr. Max Eckhart, the watch mak
er and jeweler, will move his place
nf Vmainnca tn llVn T.nnrnp hliilrltm
adjoining the bank and opposite the.
Mrs. W. H. Crozier, wife of Mr.W.
H. Crozici', sugar boiler at the Wai
luku Mill, came over from Lahaina
last Saturday afternoon,to make her
home iu Wailuku.
Mr. D. Land, agent of tho Equit
able Life, registered at the Maul
Hotel, on Tuesday last, lo spend a
week or ten days on central Maui,
writing policies for his company.
Dr. Gilbert, tho expert ichthyolo
gist of Stanford University arrived
at Honolulu on tho ''Albatross,"
and will spend several months in a
scientific investigation , of Hawaiian
Mr. T. B. DuBosc, formerly of the
L. B. Kerr Co. but now travelling
for the Hawaiian Iron Fence & Mon-
umaniai io., came to ijanaina on
the Maura Loa, and reached Wailuku
Dr. McConkey's many friends will
be pleased to learn that he is con
valescing as rapidly as could be hop
eel, from his recent severe attack of
pneumonia. He is still at Olinda,
and Dr. Peterson of Honolulu'is look
ing after his patients.
air. ueo. u. aenraaor leaves on
Monday's Mauna Loa for a two weeks'
trip lo Honolulu. It is understood
that his trip has some connection
with tho contemplated organization
of a 1. M. I. at Wailuku in the near
Mr. David Lawrence of tho David
Lawrence Tobacco Co., Honoluju,
came to Maui on Wednesday's Clau
dme. This firm does the largest bus
iness of any tobacco house on the
Islands, and a large percentage of it
is done on Maui. Mr. Lawrence is
over principally on business for his
Mr. F. J. Wheeler has resigned
his position as bookkeeper of tho
Wailuku Plantation, to take effect
Apr. lfy shortly after which he w
leave with his family for Japan. He
will be succeeded.by Mr. V. L. Boeck,
a first class accounlant who recently
came over from Hilo to accept the
W. O, Aiken, chairman of the Ma-
kawao road board,was In Wailuku en
AVfdnetdoy, and reports that tho
rains during this month have done
much damage to tho roads and
bridges in his district, at least $2500
being needed to repair them. He
a pplied to Honolulu for $1000 for this
purpose, but only $800 was appartlon
edjvwith which he will make all pos
NICOLL At Hamakuapoko, Maui,
H. T., March 25, 1002, to Mr. apd
Mrs. W. S. Nicoll, a son.
. ft A A. I
Wellington, March 14. Upon the
completion of the steamer notojbuild
ing on. the Clyde for tho Union Steam
ship Companj', tho now vessel wlllit
i rumorody replaco the Aorangiilcii
the run to Vancouver, and it is likely
that tho Union Company will .pck
another fast steamer from ar.nong thd
sixty-odd vessels it controls, lo take
tho place of the Miowcra. The Moa-
na is speedy enough to hold her own
with tho new vessels, and with the
commission of tho latter tho sailing
time between British Columbia and
Sydney, it is expected, will be sub
The, bark Kinross. Capt. G. W.
Murray, formerly of the Antiopo,-
for.ty.-two days from Ladysmith,B.C.
with coal for Kihei, put into Hon
olulu, harbor on last Tuesday. The
Kinross arrived oil Kahului, March
15, but after repeated attempts to
enter the harbor Capt. Murrv gave
up tryingjiuidirnn to Honolulu." Some
of tho back stays.of the Kinross were
carried away,, and ono reason why
Capt. Murray entqred at Honolulu
was that tho necessary repairs could
be more expeditiously made there
than at Kiliei.
Tho United States Fish Commission
steamer Albatross, l&days from San
Monday. Tho purpose of tho vessel,
is to develop bank and deep sea fish
ing, and investigate various, marine,
formations, and will be engaged in
the work for some months.
Tho Claudine, coming out of
olulu, met the Ventura with
mail coming in, off Koko Head,
coast at 1
p. m., Weduesday evening.
Gus says that steam navigation is
needed across Main street, opposite
tho Maui Hotel.
The Kinau and Claudine
Maui a day lato this weok,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Mar. 4 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 4 Ventura,.,.....,,.. Colonies
" 4 Nippon Maru. , , , S.F.
" 5 Sonoma,., .S. F.
" 12 Peru...,,, S.F.
" 12 City of Peking. ,. Yokohama
' 12 Aorangi ,, ...Colonies
" 15 Alameda....,,.,, S.F.
" ISMiowera Victoria. B.C.
" 20 Coptic S.F.
" 22 Gaelic Yokohama
1 ' 25 Sierra , , , Colonies
" 2G Ventura , ,S. F,
" 20 America Maru , , . S. F.
" 29 Hongkong Maru. Yokahama
Mar. 4 America Maru S. F.
4 Ventura S.F,
'.' 4 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 5 Sonoma Colonius
" 12 Peru'.' Yokohama
" 12 City of Peking S. F,
" 12 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 15 Miowcra Colonies
" 19 Alameda S.F
" 20 Coptic. . , Yokohama
22 Gaelic S.F.
" 25 Sierra ...S.F,
" 2(5 Ventura Colonies
" 28 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 29 Hongkong' Maru. . . , , ,.S, F,
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new
freight sohecUile will go into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901
Information m regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at the office of the Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
Isaiau Bhav, President
Jas. T. Taylor, Secretary
Nelson 15. Laming, Treasurer
American Shipping Go, Lt'd,
Main Office, Judd Building
Telephone' Main 169
Nelson B. Lansing, Agent
' j.- V ' Li. .. . nil 1 1? WlAillwrf flflaVi i 1 j 'v j-.'..- ...i
Keep Constantly on Heuicl:
I ICE, SODA WATE.R., (HIGER ALE, ROOT BEEfy CELERY &.
mpW STRAWBERRY SOD,A, AND FRUIT SYRUPS. -
Fresh Fish, Fresh Qysters and Sausage in
DeljvQry Wagon Y is its
WATLUKU, Monday, Wednesday, Saturday;
: HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday; $f
'' KIHEI, Monday, Thursday;
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday;
SPRE.CKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, Thursday
Post Office Address,
Theq . H. Davies & Co. Ltd. :
iyierchants and Commission AgentsJ
Wellington Typewriters Otocf
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
CAPS AND FUSE ., -
"QQrmanla" and "Clover Leaf 5 Cement
Iron Material for Railroad Cars for 30in, Track
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
TO SUIT AT LOWEST ." '
MARKET PRICES BY
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, New Maoagejient.
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose tQ run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses jp
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons. ;
Now and first class rigs and teams, and competent drivers,
LiVery, Boarding & SaleiStables
Saddle Horses, Carriages and Hacks at all Hours Short Notice
' FIRST CLASS RIGS AND
& Ice Works
KAHULUI, MAUI, H:!K
. - : 'HONOLULU. H. T. ' a
PER GERMAN SRP
M. I)UTRO .