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You can now have your
Sofas, Chr,irs, otcr,
neatly Upholstered, at, my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of'Mucfnrlano & Co's Sa
loon, opposite the Wniltjku
depot. Mnny Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by nmil
D, L. MEYER.
Td. 04. Wailuku, Maui.
ic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLU3 4 UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clias. M. Coiko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
O. H. Cooke Cashiei
T. C. Atlierton. . . . Assistant Gasliiur
D'M'ee.l.oi'-i Henry Waterliouse.
Tom May, F. U Mncfarlane, E. D.
Tennv. J. McCandless.
Solicits tie Accounts of Firms, Cor
jnrntioiif Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
'ill li'isinoss coa'.iected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Fmvli'n EKchansc, Issua Letters' of
Ordinary and Term Deposits ro
?oivod und Tnl crest, allowed in ac-eo-dnni'o
,vHh rule and conditions
prhitivi la iiasa book.--, copies of
which in iv lv lVi on iipullcatioi).
Judd Rjlldinfj, Fort Ss.. Honolulu
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent sdlection com
Sprising Crown, Spring Co s'o, Nosings,
LRetmjn Benys,. Quarter and Half
Koiuul, V G.. g. G. & Bead Slops
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'West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILi&Ri J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
? i nrn
ASI Kinds o? Sai:saei
j & Eo;ts
flnnd orders pmrndfy attended to.
EOS ECSNG STREET.
H OMOLUJLU, H. X.
Cedar, Sprace, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co0
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
3i Drags or Eed-cinc is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All fir;t class storss Handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Putin. Collins and Cabinet
Work on Hand fo Sale.
Marickt St. Waimtku.
rclsgrains to all Points ol
Hawaii, Lanaz and Oahu
cr.n nov bz forwarded by
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & COo
!co Cream Pnrlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM, . 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods reeeivad every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
Sf jtlinmmm rate
S2.9D per message
Central Station for Maui at
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Fout Sr. Honolulu
Read. the MAUI NEWS
Tho following iutorcstlng sketch of
Unst Mmit from tlin twn tt ShorKT
it " - -
Lorln Andrews, published In the May
'number of 'Sldc-Hi.dits" possesses so
much historic value that the readers
of the News will doubtless read it
Tho Islaad of Maul, with it area of
7(!0 square miles, is tho second Inm
ost of tho rou and consists of two
circular volcanic mountains, connect
ed by a low Isthmus about three
adles wldo at narrowest place. Tho
western mountain is lliu smaller, tho
highest peak of which Is GSOO feet,
and it is on the slopo of these that
On East Maui is Haleakala, tho
most famous and wonderful- extinct
crater m the world, being about
equal in extent and elevation to
Mount Etna. The dimensions of the
crater of Haleakala arc: Area, 10
square miles; circumference, 20 miles;
enath, 7.48 miles; width, 2..i7 miles;
elevation of summit, 10,032 feet. Tho
ascent i3 by a bridle path on the
northeastern side and, as the mount
ain i3 the chief attraction for tourists
visiting the Island, the trail is pretty
well worn. Its courso admits of a
regular changing panorama of scenic
glories as. o.vc rocs upward, while at
the top a view is presented that id
abundantly worth the effort cf at
taining this eminence. The rim of
the sea appears to be elevated. hlh
in the air, as is always tho case when
seen from mountain heights near tho
ocean. It is customary for most ex
cursion parties to comp'at the crater
at night so us to be on hand at tho
sunrise, which, from this view poiat,
is one of the most sublime spectacles
that can be conceived. It is so im
pressive that thoso who witness it
once have a vivid recollection of it all
tiieir lives. It cannot be reproduced
by brush or camera and no puet can
make it realistic in verse. Another
feature of scenery for which Maui
is famous is Iao Valley, which prcs
ems to uie traveler who visits it an
extended and varied view of one of
nature's masterpieces, witlt its sides
jJOilO feet sheer clothed in livery of
This island with its 400,000 square
acres stands fourth among the entire
group of islands in sugar Tir'oduotion.
The sugar industry of Maui can date
back to 1850.
In 1878 Wailuku plantation made
2000 tons and was the lirst plantation
on the Islands to reach that largo
la 1875 the Haiku Sugar Company,
Paia Plantation and Grove ranch
built a large irrigation ditch, the
success of which led in 1879 to tho
construction of the enormous irrigat
ing ditch known a tho Spreckek'
ditch, conducting water from Koolau.
on tho windward and west side of tho
island, through Humakualoa and Ha-
makuapoko to Spreckelsvillo, whero
wad afterward located the sugar mill.
ivahului, which up to that time
had always been the principal port
of call for East Maui, was little oi
nothing from a town standpoint,
composed of one store, one small
warehouse and two or three fishmen's
bmall island schooners were tho
only craft carrying passengers, al
though Captain Hob'ron's steamer
ivuauea tiovt touched at this point
for a year previous, but with freight
only. In tho latter part of 1878 oi
early 1871) tho Kahului railroad was
begun by Hobron, and the first for
eign merchant ship culled with ma
tonal for tho ditch, as well for the
Spreckelsvillo plantation, then own
ed by the "Sugar King." Claus
Spreckcls who in 1892 disposed of
the plantation to his sens, Adolf and
Rudolph, and still later" passed into
Uie hands of island capitalists.
Among the prominent families re
siding and in business there at that
time, and as far hack as 1800, was
Captain Charles A. Makee, who was
tho owner of Ulupalakua plantation
on tho sou tli slopes of Haleakala
Uiptain Makee, who was a retired
whaler, built up a plantation which
was u marvel. Tho immediate home
lawn and grounds were finished as
handsomely as a professional garden
erwitha corps of able assistants
iiidol by the natural pieturesquencss
it the place, could mako it. From
the house run extensive labyrinthine
cement walks and driveways, with
watersheds on each side to oatch tho
rain water and convoy It to massivo
reservoirs. All exterior and inter
ior decorations wore made with tho
same lavishness, and stand today a
monument to his progressiveness.
The forests planted byhitharo Maui's
(Continued hext week.) " I
UY WIRELESS TBLUQRAPH
1 " 1
From Honolulu, May 30.
Alexander Smith arrived from the
Colonics by yesterday's Sierra.
G. R. Carter and L. A. Thurston
Late dispatches say the Cuban
Relief Bill oatmot bo passed at this
session of congress,
Mount Polec, Martinique, breaks
out again, and rescue parties are
compelled to fly for their lives, An
other serious outbreak reported at
Fort do France
, American flng hauled down and
Cuban flog raised May 20. All United
btntcs troops withdrawn.
Steamer Tamplco arrived from
Scathe yesterday morning.
The "Maul" which took tho "Clau
dine run this week, nrrived flvo
hours late at Kahului.
The Bark C. B. Kcnnoy is expect
cd nt Kahului from Oyster Harbor.
feho will enter at tho custom house
nnu proceed to Jvihei whero she will
discharge her cargo of coal.
The American Hawaiian Steamer
Hyndes will arrive at Kaanapali a
boiit Sunday nianiing whore slio will
take on sugar. From there she will
proceed to Kahului where sho will
complete her cargo of sugar for San
H ranclsco. This will bo the last trin
Oi tae ilyadcs to Kahului.
Vessels in Port Katiultii
Ship Emily Reed, Baker, coal.
May 28, S. S. Mauh Bonnet, from
May ill, ir.S. Maul, Bcnrct from
S, Maui, Ucuuoin for
May 28, S. S. Maul,. Bcunet,
May 29, Bark Nuuanu, Jossclyn,
for New ork via Cupo Horn, sugar.
Ship Hcniy Villard, from New
Oceanic Time Table.
3 Peru Yokohama
10 Moana victoria. B. C.
10 Alameda. . . , S. 1
10 Nippon Moru S. F.
20 America Maru. ..Yokohama
24 Peru ;.S.
27 Sierra Colonies
28 City of Poking. . . Yokohama
28 Ventura S. !
H Peru S. V
10 Moana Colonies
1(5 Nippon Maru.. . .Yokohama
20 America Maru S. F
21 Alameda S. F
24 Peru Yokohama
. . . r
28 City of Peking S. F
28 Ventura Colonic.
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers aro notified Unit n now
freight schedulo will go into elTcct
on and after December 1st, 1901
Information in regard to
changes in rates can bo obtained
at tho oflico of tho Cmnrainv
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
HAWAIIAN NAVIGATION CO
Fast Gas Schooner "ECLIPSE,
Snilo frnm TTfl TIT .TT T TT t TJt!!'
w . . vj.i. nwnvuuuU lUl J..,iUl
' i .
aina, Ivihei, Makena, Houolua
at 3 p. m TuesfJay, May 20.
Freight received up to hour of sailing
For general information, apply to
tho oflico of the Company, 30(5 Judd
Telephone Main 294
AMERICAN SHIPPING CO,
P. O. Box 799. i
BOXmXQ GLOVES & PUNQtUNG BAGS"
A Full Line of, Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS M,ASKS and
TRIBUTE aw PATEE BICYCLES and SPORTXN.U G-OQDS
Hardware, Crockery andGlasswaro
Mail Orders Treated With Accuraoy and Dispatch. ,
91 KING St.
(543 FORT St.
Theo. H. Davies & Go. Ltd.
Why Throw $40.00 Away
By Paying $100 for a TYPEWRITER When You Can Got on
yP.-TjO-DATE Strictly High Grade Machine, "'
The Wellington Visible Writer for $60.00
This Mac)iind is a REVOLUTION in Typewriters
Wo Havo Appointed Mn. A. J. RODRIGUES of Wailuku
SOLE AGENT for tho Island, of Maui for These MACHINES
"Who Wijl Bo Pleased to Give Full Particulars Regarding Same.
We Keep the Largest Stock in Honolulu
Monuments G-HeadstoneslDelivered in 10 Days
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Monumental Co.
17GV180 KING St., HONOLULU
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop
HAVE CAREFULLY ANALYSED
Bottled from the famous "Koetiigsquollo" in tho Harz
Mountains and liave unanimously pronounced it the
PUREST and on account of its agreeable tasto, the MOST
REFRESHING OP ALL NATURAL MINERAL WATERS.
The ideal drink dming tho. .summer months.
II, Hackfeld & Co.
ark Stable Cciiipafiy, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
INkw Bfii.nixos, Nkw Rios, New Tk.uis, Nmv Maoaobjiknt. '
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
hweadihg Livery Stable Business on Maui,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLBS
Hc Ciirrlaos, 'BuiSHlofi :ind Snddlo Horses
at ulLHotire. A New System oi IVcrk linMnnc
fN8id first class rigs.arid terras, and compotcnt drlfas