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You can now lmvo your
Sofas, Chairs, etc.,
Hcatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Maefarlano & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite the Wailuku
depot. Many Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
fp country orders by majl
D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailimcc, Maui.
Tk Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws or
tho Republic ot Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS it UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clins. M. Cooke President
1'. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke C'nshici
P. C. Atiierton Assistant Cashier
Directors Tlenrv Waierhouse.
Tom May, P. W. Macfarlano, E. D.
Tnnnv. .1. A. 'MpClll(Hl!SS.
Solicits the Accounts of Pirms.Cor
pnrntions, Trusts. Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
alfhusincss connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issud Letter? of
Ordiftary and Term Deposits re
ceived and interest aiioweti mic-nni-il!inpr
with rules and conditions
' printed in pass books, copies of
which may be nau on application.
Judd Building, Port St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co.
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds o Sausages
'Dealers in -Butter
-si and orders promdUy attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, G-2. T.
rriVTi ...ti. n
rdegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
- $2.09 per message
Central Station for Maui at
An excellent selection com-
Crown, Spring Cov'e, Nosings,
rJoturn Beads, Quarter nnd Half
Round, P G;.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Basuand Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames. Cwiudcwa and
door), Stair and Porch Kails,
Sasli, Boors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -"Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co,
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of tiie SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and :Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaiied; Glass
Putin. Coflins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wau.i'ku
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET S7 WAILUKU
WO SANG & GO,
Ice- Cream Fnriorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS', 25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Foiit St. Honolulu
Read the MAUI NEWS
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Attorney John Richardson of. La-
halna was in Wailuku on WcAiosday.
Mr. W.I. Call anil wife arc making
arrangements to leave for England
n a few weeks.
W. G. Taylor, auditor tor Alexan
der & Baldwin, is at work at Puu-
none this week.
Manuel Dutro, manager of tho
Pioneer. Stables of .Lahaina was in
Wailuku last Tuesday.
John Richardson, Jr. of Laliaina,
cane over to wauuKU on uucsuny,
returning on Wednesday.
School Inspector Keliinol leaves for
Honolulu on tonight's Claudine, and
will return next Wednesday.
Mr. E. 13. Carley was in Wailuku
on Monday, paying social calls on the
patrons of the Mnui Telephone Co.
Senator Wm. White and Deputy
Sheriff C.R. Lindsay of Laliaina were
in Wailuku on legal business last
Messrs. A. A. Benson and C. V.
Sturtovant of Thco. II. Davie's &Co.,
arc doing business, on Maui tills week,
Judge A. N. Kcpoika; leaves this
week for an. indefinite length of time,
to attend the meetings of the Board
of Fire. Claims in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Euos are
visiting Honolulu to attciid the or
daining of Brother Stephen, formerly
of Wailukitjinto priesthood.
A. . W.ise, of tho Faia Plantation
Store and Mr. R. Hogg, head book
keeper of Paia Plantation, lunched
at the Maui Hotel on Monday.
Mr. D. Land of the Equitable Life,
left for Laliaina last Sunday morning,
and will return again when our pres
ent spell of weuthcr leaves for Hilo,
Mrs. J. K. kaUooUelc, will open a
store for the manufacture and dale of.
Hawaiian curios and lauhala work in
the new K. of P. building, next week
T. B. Du Boso of the Hawaiian
Iron Fence & Monumental Co., of
Honolulu, is placing the goods, wares
and merchrudiie of his company on
Messrs.. Leslie Scott and G. Om
stedof Kihei were visitors at Wai
luku last Sunday, and were quite
surprised to note that it had been
A. Weill, representing the whole
sale house of Murphy, Grant Co.. San
Francisco, camo over on Wednes
day's Claudiue, to talk business with
Mr. Meyer, travelling for Tillman
& Bendall, a San Francisco firm of
grocers reached Maui by last Satur
day's Kinnu, and spent some days
with Maui merchants.
L. R. Crook returned from Hono
lulu on Wednesday on account of
pressing business here which prevent
ed his remaining in Honolulu to take
part in tho postponed foot race.
Ah Kee, of the High Street
Lodging, llouso has rented ono of
the stores on the first floor of the
new K. of P. Hall, and will open it as
a restaurant, on next Saturday.
D. C. Heger, proprietor of a made-to-order
Gent's shirt establishment
in Sau Fruiicisco,is taking the meas
ures of quite a number 'of tho gilded
yoi.lh of Wailuku and vieihiiy for
high grade shirts.
Mr. Charles Lennox has resigned
his position with tho Kahului Rail
road Co., on account of ill health,
and will shortly leave for Japan, to
recuperate for a year or so iu tho
land of the cherry blossoms.
A. A. Warner, of the Kilby Man
ufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, who
has been at Huelo for the past two
weeks, helping to start the new mill
at that place, left for Honolulu on
Monday night's Mauna Loa.
Mr. John Gild, accountant from
tho olllce of Alexander & Baldwin,
Honolulu, came over to Puunenc last
week, where ho will remain for two
or three weeks yet, engaged in spe
cial work for Hie H. C. &. S. Co.
Col. French, Divisional Commander
of the Pacific Coast Division of the
Salvation Army, will roach Maui by
next Wednesday's Claudiue. and will
spend a week here, during which
tune lie will deliver several lectures.
Rev. Canon Ault of WuiluKu and
Rev. Canou Weymouth of Laliaina
left for Honolulu on Monday's Mauna
Loa, to assist in the services incident
to tho transferrenco of tho Bishopric
of Honolulu from Bishop Willis to tho
Bishop representing tho Protestant
Episcopal Church of America. !
0 1 " MBIT n TMmt Mm.-, hOf. IM If fWWWMW Mm t'WllK
Gciicpiil Allies' Ultimatum.
Washington, March 20. General
Miles to-day told tho Senate Com
mittco on Military Affairs that if tho
'bill introduced by Senator Hawloy
at tho instance of the War Depart
ment or the organization of a gen
eral staff of the Army should becomo
law ho would- decline to longer hold
his commission. The reason he gave
for the statement is that tho bill is
utterly subversive of the interests of
tho military establishment, and lie
said he would not be a party to such
a proceeding to tho extent of oven
continuing to hold his place
Mutiny oV Russian Tcoopq.
St. PETEiisnuua, March 20; Do
tails of tho mutiny of Russian troops
at Tula, when tho soldiers refused to
firo on strikers, liavo been received..
It appears the troops tired blank
cartridgcs,but when they were order
ed to lire ball cartridges the sergeant
refused to obey. Tho officer com
manding tho soldiprs then threatened
to kill the sergeant,, whereupon the
troops attacked the otliocr. Tho
latter has since succumbed to the
bayonet wounds they inflicted upon
Situation In Ihiytl CriticnU
Pokt au Pin.NCK (Hayli), March
20. The political situation is critical.
Tho authorities continue making
arrests. The prisoners of import
ance arc taken aboard the Haytian
war ship Cretc-a-Pierot. The au
thorities hero believe tho disturban
ces in Hay ti will be quelled before they
reach the stage of being considered
Cecil Rhodes Better.
Cave Town, March 20. Cecil
Rhodes passed a bettor night. He
slept more than for some lirrie past;
consequently there is a' distinct im
provement in his condition to-day
Ho had another good sleep this fore
noon. His physicians havo promised
that if possible he shall sail for Eng
land next week. Dr. Jameson does
not consider this to be impossible.
Oceanic Time Table.
4 Alameda .....S. F,
5 City of Peking S. F.
8 China Yokohama
!) Moana Colonics
12 Aoraugi Victoria, B. C.
15 Gaelic S. F.
15 Doric Yokohama
15 Sonoma Colonics
1(5 Sierra S. F.
22 Hongkong Mam S.F.
25 Alameda S. F.
25 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
30 Chiua S. F,
5 Citv of Peking. ..Yokohama
8 China ' S. F.
!) Alameda S. F.
!) Moana Victoria, B. C.
12 Aorangi Colonks,
15 Gaelic Yokohama
15 Doric S. F,
15 Sonoma S. F,
1G Sierra , Colonies
22 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
25 Nippon Maru S. F.
30 Alameda... S. F.
30 China Yokohama
WiLDEtS STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a now
freight schedule wjll go into effect
on and after December 1st, 190L
Information in regard to
changes in rates can bo obtained
at tho office of the Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
olulu. C. L. WIGHT,
Isaiah Bray, President
Jas. T; Taylor, Secretary
Nelson U. Lansing, Treasurer
lipping Co. Lt'il
Main Office, Judd Building
TEi.Eriio.VE,. Main 100
Nblson b, Lansing, Agent
A Full Lino of Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS, MASKS and
TRIBUNE and PATEE BICYCLES and SPORTING GOODS
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware
Mail Orders Treated With Accuracy and Dispatch,
WHITYIAN & Co.
91 KING St., 043 FORT St.
Why Throw $40.00 Away
By Paying $100 for a TYPEWRITER When You Can Got an
UP-TO-DATE Strictly High Grado Machine,
The WlJin&ton Visible Writer fop $60.00
This Machino is a REVOLUTION in Typewriters
Wo Havo Appointed Mr. A. J. RODRIG tTES of Wailuku
SOLE AGENT for tho Island of Maul for' These MACII1NES
Who Will Bo Pleased to Give Full Particulars Regarding Same.-
WHITNEY & MARS
Iron Material for Railroad Cars for 30in. Track
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
TO SUIT AT LOWEST
MARKET PRICES BY
Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
Nnw BuiMias, New Rios, New Teams, New Maoaoement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run f
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui. f
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES ?
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses M
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
iovanu nrst class riss
Livery, -Boarding & Sale tables-?
Saddle Horses, Carriages and
FIRST CLASS RIGS AND
PER GERMAN SHIP
"Clover Leaf" Cement
and teams, and comnfiinnt. Vlrivnrs. ..a
Hacks at all Hours on Short Notice f
COMPETENT DRIVERS. '
M J innrr