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You can now huvo your
Spring JVUi tresses
Sofas,, Cliaies, etc.,
noatly Upholstered at riiy
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Muofarlutie & Co.'s Sa
lion, opposite the Wailuku
depot. Many Years' ex
poi iuneo. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
. , . . D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 0-i. Wailuku, Maui.
The Bank of Hawaii
neorporated Under the Laws of
, the KcpuDlic oi iiawan.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chus. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashioi
P. C. Atlicrton Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry AVatcrhouse,
Tom May, F. V. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny. J. MeCandless.
, Solicits the Accounts of Firms,Cor
poralions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
ill business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue- Letters of
Ordinary and' Term Deposits rc
ccived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance .vith rule and conditions
printed in ras books, espies of
ivliif.li niiv i)p Ind on np'iliealifin.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Mofroppiitan Meat Co,
.1 All 'TED
G1L3EBT J. WILIER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Cinds o? Sausages
-Ia:rJ rrXzrz pmr.idt'y attcndil to.
DC KING STREET.
2-2 o m o hu Ilv U , H . t.
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahuj
v l" orwardcd by
INTERI0 RH0USE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising Cnvwn, Spring Cove, Xosh'igsj
Return Heads, Quarter and Half
Round, I? G.. O.G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Basoand Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Sfair and Porch' Rails,
Sash, Boors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KATIULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. f .
This name on a Package
3? ferugsar fCedcinc is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All flnt class stDrjs Handle
' YEE SANG
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and . Tin "Ware.
Furniture Repaiiod; Glass
Put in CofnW and' Cabinet
Work on Hait-1 for Sale'
Market Sr. Wailuku,
Largo Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO,
Ice Creani Pr.r!ors.
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS,
25 Cents a.Dlsh.
Fine Stock Canned' , Goods
Dandies and Ciggys. Fre'sh
Eceivad'overy v(eek ,Special
courtesies tol'adier and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
Tel." No. '
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Fokt Sr. Honolulu
Dr. J. H. Raymond of Ulupalakua
is in Honolulu for a two weeks' visit.
Col. W. II. Cornwall returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday's Claudinc.
Judge liarrowj of the Pacific Union
Oil Co. returned to Honolulu by Sat
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Scott leave
on today's Claudine for a two weeks
tisit lo Honolulu.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin took Satur
day's Clautlino for Honolulu, and may
possibly extend his trip to the Coast(
W. Hcnnlng, C. L. Scrimger, Ri
C. Searlo and Geo. H. Dunu of Laha
iua were in Wailuku on Sunday last.
Tax assessor W. O. Aiken of Paia
was ui Wailuku taking notes unu
other things on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. V.7. II. Scott of San Francisco
arrived by Wednesday s Claudine,
and Is registered at the Maui Hotel.
W. Berlowitz, the veteran travel
ing mau from Honolulu, is is restock
ing his many Maui customers this
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Field leave
by this afteruobn's Claudine, for a
three months' visit to British Colum
bia. Mr. George B. Schradcr, Wailuku's
accomplished pianist., l'ias composed
a waltz which ho will play during
Mr. Jas. H. Tuthill, manager for
Gregg & Co., Honolulu, is 'looking
after the affairs of his company on
Maui this week.
Mr. A. 1. btender, whose arm
was recently amputated at Mnlulaui
Hosoital, is progressing as favorably
as could be hoped.
iur. ueorge n. imtnmins nau ms
hand badly laceiated by one of Thorn p-
non's wicUcd in-eurve balls, vv hilt be
liind the but, lus-L Sunday uflcnioun.
Mr. L. R. Ciool;, whose arm was
lamed by a polo mallet recently, is
about all right again and will play
with the Maui Alerts tomorrow after
noo.i. A. A. Benson, of Theo II. Davies
& Co. is on Maui this week to place a
lot of goods for his house, and also to
hold an autopsy on our popular local
Mr. and Mrs. A. Enos, Sr. and Mr
and Mrs. A. Enos Jr. went to Hono
lulu by Saturday's Claudine, to attend
the Festival of 'the Holy Ghost, re
turning on Wednesday of this week,
School Inspector A. Kepoikai
left for Honolulu last Saturday, to
be gono for a couple of weeks. Hope
he will back a new grammar sdiool
building for Wailuku, when he re
Mrs. D. Murdoch, of Ewa Planta
tion, came over on Wednesday's
Claudine to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D, T). Baldwin. Mr. Mur
dnck has gone on a short visit lo
W. E, Shaw of Nahiku spent the
early part of the week on central
Maui. Ho linibhcd harvesting his
sugar crop in March, and has ninety
acres of growing cane, including 3d
acres of rattoons.
Mr. J: F. Potter,-of Pearibii &.
Potter Co:,-'' sporting- goo'dsjae'eom
panieJ'by his 'Kilo speuta, couple' of
weelta ivt . 01inda,wus-"thb guests of
Mr. and Mrs'. Frank Baldwin. They
leave for Honolulu by today's Clau
dine. Death of T. C. Forsyth, i
On Thursday afternoon, there pass
ed away at Kula, Maui, Mr. T. C.
Forsyth, who for the past forty years
has been intimately associated with
tho history and development of Maui.
Mr. Forsyth was in many respects
a marked character. As sirnpjp as
a child in his life and habits, ho pos
sessed, in his prime, tho strength of
a giant, and tho courage of a lion,
and while being of a naturally quiet
and peaceable disposition, his sense
of right and justice has caused many
a bully and rough to feel tho Weight
of his hand.
For many years past, Mr. Foray th
has made Ids home at Lahaina, whore
he owned some property, but for
some' months past he made his homo
in Wailuku with Judge and Mrs. John
W. Ivalua, who treated him with as
much tender care as if they had been
his own children.
His death will be universally re
gretted by his friers, and he leaves
w iiinc o: ms assist).
Tho Kinau is expected to sail for
San Francisco about the end of JuK.
Sulphurlci nitric and other acids
will be received ,for transportation
by tho Wilder Steamship - Company
until further notice.
Tho Bark Nuuanu is still in Port
Availing for a full cargo of sugar for
around the horn. Sho will most like
ly leave next Saturday.
The bark "C. D. Bryant,'!' Capt.
Colly, cleared fof San Francisco last
Tuesday, 20th iust, with 2ou82 bags
P. M. Sugar on board.
The big American-Hawaiian stcam-
''Califoriran" left Kahulul for Hilo
last Thursday, where' she will com
plete her 8000 tons' 6f sugar for New
The freight steamer "Eureka'
arrived atKaanapali on the 20th inst
at day break and after taking aboai d
a cargo of Scrap Iron weighing a
bout 135 tons departed for Kahului
tho next morning.
Vessels In Port -Knhulul
Ship Emily Reed, Baker, coal.
Am; Bark Nuuanu, Josselyn. .
May 1!), S.- S. Californian. Lyc ns,
May 21, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May 22, S. S. Eureka,' O'Bricr,
May 2-1, S. S. Claudine Parker,
Mav 17, Bark Antiope, Murray, for
May 18, Schr. Ber'lic Minor. Raven,
May 2,1, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May H, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May 22, S' S, Californian, Lyons,
for New York via Hilo.
May 23; S, S. Eureka, O'Brien, fu
Shin Ilenty Villard, from New
Oceanic Time Table.
3 Peru Yokohama
10 Coptic Yokohama
10 Moana Victoria. B. C,
10 Alameda S. F,
1(5 Nippon Maru S. F.
20 America Maru. ..Yokohama
24 Peru S.F,
27 Sierra ' Colonies
28 City of Pekirg. . . Yokohama
28 Ventura S. F,
3 Peru S. F,
10 Coptic S. F,
10 Moana .Colonies
115 Nippon Maru Yokohama
20 America Maru S. F.
21 Alameda S. F,
24 Peru Yokohama
27 Sierra S. F.
28 City of Peking.
Wli nFP KTPAIHCUVO.f'nMDtWV
Notice to Shippeijs?!
i Shippers arenojified that a now
on and after December 1st, 1901.
Information in regard to
changes in rates can be obtained
at tho office of tho Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sfs. Hon
olulu. . . C.L.WIGHT,
HAWAIIAN NAVIGATION CO.
Fast Gas Schooner "ECLIPSE."
Sails from HONOLULU, for Lah
aina, Ivihei, Makcna, Honolua aud
at 3 p, m Tuesday,' May 20,
Freight received up to hour of sailing
For general information, apply to
the office of the Compii'ay, 30(1 Judd
Telephone Main i'k
AMERICAN5 SHIPPING CO;
BOXING GLOVES & PUNCHiN BAGS
A Full Line of Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS; itf AXSKS and
TRIBUNE a Hi) PATEE BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS
Hardware, Crockery and Glnsswaro
Mail Orders Treated With Accuracy and Dispatch.'
WHITMAN & Ooc
01 KING S"r., . G43 FORT St.
Polo and Australian
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A SHIPMENT OF CHOICE
PoSo and Australian Saddles
We Keep the Largest Stock in Honolulu
Monuments G-lfeadstones Delivered in 10 Days
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Monumental Co.
17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
in ii ii ! 111 mtmmim
jfvtho dillerent varieties just
81, Hackfeld & Co.'
Sole Agents and General Distri
butors for Hawaii Terntorv.
THE BISMAM STABLES OF MLIi
Nkw Duii.dinos, New Rins, New TeaUs, New Maooejiekt.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. proposed fun1
thefceadin Ltveflry Stable Business on MiuiV
&VI?RY; BOTAD and SALEg f 'h&L&S
' HAClte1, Ca'pf faes,- ugies &nd A'jidjo IoVses
(af? alI,jno'ai'6.', A- Now Stystetn cl Prestf Buttons-
ixew ana nrst ciuss rigs ana teams, anu ccinpetont drivers
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