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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, April 19, 1902, Image 4',
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Spring Ma tresses
Solas Chairs etc.,
neatly Upholstered tit my
Upholstering Shop, In rear
of Mucfarlano & Co,'s Sa
loon, opposite tho Wailuku
depot. Mtifly Ycafs' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by Ijiail
D, L, MEYER,
tel. 94i Wailuku, Maui.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho flepublie of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AnU DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS t UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cdolcc, ... . . . . . .President
P. C. Jones. . .'. Vica-Presidrnt
C. H. Cooke Cnsltic.
F. C. Athertoti. . , Asslstilht Crtshict
Directors Henry AVaterliouse,
Tom May, F. W. MaofarlitntS, ft. D.
Tenny. .1. Ai MeCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firitts,Cor
foorat.ions, Trustsj Individuals, and
Mil promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it, Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange1 Ieauo Letters- of
Ordinary afid Term1 Deposits re
Served and liiterest allowed in ac
cordance rj tli i-'ulcs and conditions
printed hi flilss books, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co.
6ILBEST J, WALLER,
Wholesale and ftetall
AH Kinds of Sausages
J & Eggs
si and orders promdUy attended to.
i08 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, M. T.
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and Gafou
can now bz forwarded by
Tyenty cents p
.52.09 per message
. Central Station for Maui at
INTERI0 RH0USE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Crown, Spring Co'e, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter nnd 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
all sizes and styles
Nor'Wost Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lttnibor -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, 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 firct class stores Handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Putin. Collins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Maiiket St. Wailuku.
Large Stock of .
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
Ice Cren m Par'orsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish,
0HE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stook Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received every wool;. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
BERGSTSOM flltiSIC CO.
Four Sr. Tlo.oi.ri.u
the MAUI NEWS
Mr. George B. Schrador returned
from Honolulu on Wednesday.
Gcoge Cummings is gazetted for a
commission as lieutenant of Co. I.
Mrs. Leland Stanford is visiting
Hawaii, having arrived on the Sierra.
Mr. M. J. Uorba, of Lovcjoy& Co.,
is visiting Wailuku as a delegate of
Miss McElroy, a dressmaker has
located in Wailuku( and will doubtless
do well here.
Captain and Mrsi
G. W. Murray
of the "Kinross
were guests ut tho
Mr. A. A. Gerner of Wailuku, has
accepted a position at Kihei Planta
tion, to begin May 1.
Mr. and Mrs.W. Henning of Lami
na visited Wailuku on Monday, re
turning homo on Tuesday.
Miss Barker and Miss Cook of the
Luhaina Kindergarten, attended, the
K. of P. ball at Wailuku.
Win. Drummond, travelling man
for a San Francisco house is looking
up trade on Maui this week.
Mr. E. A. Davis of tho Kihei Store
was in Wailuku on Monday aMd Tues
day, as witness in a ease in court.
Mr. and Mrs. W. hi UeCotO of
Laliaina came over on Thursday to
attend the dedication exercises.
George H. Dunn of Luhaina and
R. C. Searle of Ilonolua erme over
last night to attend Aloha Lodge.
Prof. Chas. King of Kamehatncha
has been appointed school inspector
to succeed Mr. S. Keliinoi, resigned.
Mr. Q. V. Berry, tho Bradtreet
of Honolulu, visited Wailuku this
week, as delegate f i om Mystic Lodge.
Gus. Hutchison, the onliest barber
m waiinicu. Has been law oil tins
week with an attack of cholera mor
bus. Capt. Wells of the customs service
in Honolulu is with the Kinross at
Kihei, and visited Wailuku on Mon-
Capt. G. W.Murray of the Kinross
at Kihei oame to Wailuku on Monday,
as a witness on a case in the District
Mr. H. C. Fassett, of tho U. S. S.
"Albatross" spent several daysMn
Wailuku during tho early part of the
Mr. George. Httyselden of Honolulu,
came over this week to spend a few
days with his Lahdina ard Wailuku
Capt. W. E. Balof Co. I, has re
ceived his commission as captain,and
N. W. Aluli has been commissioned as
Mr. B. F. Boyden 'of the Pacific
Vehicle & Manufacturing Co. of Hon
olulu is on Maui this week, placing
his line of goods.
Capt. Bcrger says that he and his
boys have been treated so well on
Maui that they would like to come
and livo at Wailuku.
Sir. C. B. Wells of Wailuku and
Mrs. Lufkin and Miss Lufkin of Min
nesota have gone to Olinda for a
Mr. Stafford Heapy, of H. May
&. Co., Honolulu, who has been tak
ing a short vacation on Maui, returns'
to Honolulu on tonight's Claudiue. ;
Mr. Henry Giles, the son of Harold
Giles of Honolulu, a former resident
of Wailuku is visiting Wailuku this
week as a delegalo to Aloha Lodge.
Mr. E. B. Carley delivered tho ad
dress of. welcome to tho guests of
Aloha Lodge, and his address though
brief was ably delivered and well rc
Mr.- John Guild; of Alexander &
Baldwin, Honolulu, has finished the
special work on which ho wasscngag
d at Puuneno, and left on last
Mr. C. M. V. Forsterand MV. Wm.
n..rnha-dt, of Honolulu, charter
limbers of Aloha Lodge, a're on
Maw; this week, to attend the dedi
cation exercises of tho Afoha Untf6
W. E. Bal of the tinancc trans
portation anil general utility oom-'
nittloi', has been 'he hardest worked
nan in town this week', and' lids -never
mi.-sed a trie.k. May' w'c' jhve
more like him.
Col, Georgo French of tho Salva
tion Army was deid n' d m Honolulu
by tho sickness of a friend. Ho wilt"
come over asd givo tho entertain
ment for which ticket ttefts Jot'd1 Hi
The Kinross is unloading coal at
Tho Pacific Cable has reached the
The gasoline schooner Eclipso is
expected at Kahului today.
ThcS. S, Hyades is in Honolulu
ana will reach Kahului in a day or
The next mnl' -steamei due from
the coast will be the Hongkong Marut
duo April 22.
The S. S. "Albatross" with the
ichthyologicat contingent aboard,
arc at Laliaina.
TheS. S. Tnmpico reached Kahului
on Wednebdny, and left yesterday
afternoon with sugar.
Four mails from Honolulu have
reached Wailuku this week, the last
arriving yesterday at noon.
It is rumored that W. O. Smith
may succeed John Ena as president
of the Inter-lsland company.
Cable communication between the
Coast and Honolulu is almost assured
by Thanksgiving Day. if not before.
Tho tug "Charles Coimsclmau"
has been purchased by tho Mat son
line, nnd will bo used for towing pur
poses in Hilo Bay.
The Ui S. S. Iroquois left Hono
lulu with Admiral Merr on board,
this week, to indulge in several days
days target pratice.
Admiral Robley D. Evans arrived
at Honolulu on Wednesday by the
Gaelic, en route for Yokohama where
he takes command of tho Asiatic
he .schooner II. C. Wright, on her
trip from liana to San Francisco,
picked up the crew of the Frankis
tan, a coal ship which was on fire
The Frankistan, a British ship of
2000 tons, Mas burned to tho water's
edge on the night of Api il 3.
The Inter-Island Wireless 'Tele.
graph system has been workir.gspas
modicallv at Laliaina this week, and
the Indications are that financial
blood has been infused into the veins
of the company. With the near ad
vent of cable communication botwebit
the coast and the Islands, a wireless
inter-island service will be indispen
sable, and will do'iblcss be established
Oceanic Time Table.
. 4 Alameda S.F.
0 Moana Colonies
12 Aorangi Victoria. B. C.
15 Gaelic S. F.
15 Doric. , Yokohama.
15 Sonoma Colonies
10 Sierra S. F.
22 Hongkong Maru S.F.
25 Alameda S. F.
25 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
30 China S. F,
Apr. 5 City of Peking. ..Yokohama
, " 9 Moana Victoria, B. C
" 12 Aorangi Colonies
' 15 Gaelic Yokohama
" 15 Doric S.F.
" 15 Sonoma S.F.
" 1G Sierra Colonics
22 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
25 Nippon Maru. , S. F.
30 Alameda S. F.
30 China Yokohama
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
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 tho offico of tho Company,
cornet Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
olulu. C; L. WIGHT,
HAWAIIAN NAVIGATION CO.
Fast Gas Schooner "ECLIPSE."
Sails from Honolulu, for Jahaina,
ivihfciMakena, Honolua and kahului
at I p; m Tuesday, April 18.
Freight reieivefl up to hour 6f sailing
For genera1? information, 'apply a
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