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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, June 14, 1902, Image 4',
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Sofas, Chairs, ofco.,
neatly Upholstered tx lny
Upholstering Shop., in year
of Macfurlauo & Co's Sa
loon, op,posito the Wuiltjku
depot. Many Yoa,vsx ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
P. L., MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailuku, 'Maui.
ic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS A UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
"Chas. M. Cooke. ... .President
P. C. Jones Vloe-President
C. It. Cooko Onsliie
P. C. Atherton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Direetors Henry Watevhouse,
Torn May, P. W. Macrarlane, E. D.
Teiinv. -t. A. MoCandlcss.
Snlfeits tlto Accounts of Firms,Cor
p'n'iHtMiiH. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
tttliiwintws ffinneeti'd with banking
entrusted to tl. Sell and Purchase
Fnro'uru Kvchango, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary nnl Term Deposits re
paired mid Interest allowed in tic-crtr.hmi-e
.vth rule und conditions
p-inte I In vt- hnis, copies of
MU.'li mnv le mi, I on uppitcutton.
Juld P..t!l'llii(,', F.'-a 14 1., Honolulu
MsiTDpoiitari Meat Co.
GILuSKT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds or Sausa&es
Dealers In Xr
j & Eggs
p?nd orders prnmdt'y attended to.
S03 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, M. T.
Tcbgrams to all Points ol
tlUYVCIll. LdllCll M1U Well III
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per vord
$2.0) per message
Central Station for Maui at
An excellent selection com-
Crown, Sprang Cov'o, Nosings,
IoUtvn Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. O. G. & Bend Stops
Astragals. Base and Band mould
ing WainscotingCaps,; Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
Sash, Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'Wost Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAIIULUI RAILROAD CO
HoUister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
it Snigoo: Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All firit class stores handle
TINSMITH ind CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and .Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaitcd; 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 Cream Parlors.
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.
Fout St. Honolulu
Read the MAUI NEWS
Mr. K., II, Piepcr is erocting a,
new hotol at Pala.
Attorneys Magoon and Corrcaliavo
returned to Honolulu,
Mrj. W H. Crosier of Lahaina
spent tho week in Wailuku.
T. B. Dubosc of tlio L, B, Kerr
Co. is selling up Maui this week.
W. O. Smith of Honolulu roglstorcd
at tho Maul Hotel on Thursday,
W. L. Dccoto of Lahaina was a
visitor at Wailuku on last Monday,
A. N. Hayselden of Honolua v. us
in Wailuku several days this weok
Guy Goodness of Ulupalakua Is in
town serving his country as a petit
D. C. Lindsay and Mr. (Hogg of
Pa'ta saw tho ball game t ;"volluku
Deputy Sheriff Lindsey and Capt.
of Police Keanu of Lahaina arc in
attendance on court at Wailuku.
Dr. W. F. McConkey of Pala vns
in Wailuku yesterday as a witness
In the Young Nap liquor selling oasej
Mr. Meyers former manager at
Hamoa will probably assume the
management of the Huelo Plantation.
M. L. Decker has a line string of
fliers at Kuhului race track, and is
Sending tuein right ah'ng, every
A. Hanncbcrg of Honolulu paid a
jdef visit to Huelo plantation this
week, returning to Honolulu on the
J. A. Harris the fancy sign painter,
took a run over to Dana by the last
Claudino and did considerable work
T. Akana, of Huelo llantation
passed through Wailuku on Thur&
uuy evening to oate.h tho Mau.uv Loa
Mr. Eratrtett Brown, captain of the
llilo ball team will prooably be ap
pointed as manager of the Volcano
Deputy Sheriff Wittrock of Hana,
having) finished his business before
the Circuit Court, left for home this
Judge Kalua, Attorney John Rich
ardson and quite a number of others
went over to Lahaina on Kamcha
meha Day, to cool off.
Hons Amundsen of tho Maui Sta
bles has severed his connection with
tho Bimark Stables Co. and has
opened business at the old stand
Mr. Robert Slaughter, of the
Phoenix Savings came over from La
haina yesterday, and will bo, on cen
tral Maui several days, in the inter
ests of his company.
W. H. Corn well Jr.. captain of
the Maui Athletic Association ball
team demonstrated on Wednesday
that h knows good baseball material
when he sees it.
Antono Gomes, employed at the
Kahului Railroad Depot, slipped on
a rail and fell, striking on tho rail
and fracturing his collar bone. He
will oe oil' duty for some days.
U.S.District Attorney Breckons of
Honolulu came over on Wednesday's
Claudine, as the guests of W. O.
S.nith, with whom he returned to
Honolulu on Thursday night's Mauna
Dr. McGcttigan and Deputy Sheriff
Wittrock of Hana were called to Wai
luku this week as witnesses in the
case of the Japanese Tagami, charge
.with assault to commit murder at
School Inspector C. W. Baldwin of
Hawaii came over on Thursday
night's Mauna Loa for a two weekp,
visit at Haiku. Ho reports that
Hnlemaumau is still in a mild state
LudlolT, Rowland, Easton, Spald
ing and Ragsdale of the Hilo base
ball team left for Honolulu on Thurs
day? .Mauna Loa to spend a few
days in the metropolis before re
turning to tho island of fir e.
W. H. Corn well. Jr., while playing
first base in the Maui team at Wells
Park last Wednesday, was run into
by one of the Hilo, team receiving an
ulj bruise of the hip musch s, which
will lay him up for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dccoto of Puu
nene left on the Tainplco for the
coast. After a short visit there, they
will go to Porto Rico where Mr. Da
coto will accept a position on a sugar
plantation, with Mr. W. J. LotVrio
Tc British bark Autiopc, Captain
Murray, arrived in San Francisco
Juno t JC days from Kahului.
Tho Hyades as well as tljo Tam-
plco can led sugar away from Kahu
lui, the Hynde? loaving on Tuesday
and tho Tampico,on Thursday night.
The Emily Reed has about com
pleted discharging her canro. and it
is now tho Henry yillard's tutn to
discharging her cargo of "black dia
mond" from Nowcastlo.
The new barkentino, John, Baker
Jr., just built by tho Union pil Co. is
duo at Kihei July 4, with 7000 bar
rels of crude oil for use as fuel, This
is the llrst shipment of crude oil to
Tho "Nevadan", alsp owned hv the
American Hawaiian Steamship Co.
will be put on the run between San
Frnuciseo, Honolulu and Kahului.
She will reach Kahuhii in a month or
so from now. Tho revadau is a
brand new boat.
President Wight of tho Wilder
Company is of the opinion that, tho
Fnunio Kerr is no longer afloat, if
she nad lea-Jen pipes leading from
her closets to.the water. If this was
the ease he thinks that the pipes,
melting by reason of tho great heat,
would permit the water to enter, so
that eventually the ship would fill
Veescls in Port Knliului
Ship Emily Reed, Baker, ccal
Ship Henry Villard, Shaubc, Coal
June 11, S, S, Maui, Bonnet, from
June 1-1, S, Maui, Eein ct fi (m
June 3, S. S. Il.yudcs, Gurllck,fcr
June 11, S. S. .Maui, Bet net, for
Juno 12, S. S. Tarapic o, Reed, for
Juno 14, S. S. Maui, Bonnet, for
Oceanic Time Table.
May 3 P.eru Yokohama
' 1C 'Nippon Maru. . . . , S. F.
" 20 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 24 Peru S.F,
" 27 Sierra Colonics
" 28 City of Peking. . . Yokohama
" 28 Ventura S.F,
Mav 3 Peru I. ..S.F,
" lOMoana Colonies
" 21 Alameda S. F.
" 24 Peru '. .Yob oh am a
" 27 Sierra ...S.F.
28 City of Peking S. F.
" 28 Ventura Colonies
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new
r eight schedule will go into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901.
Information in regard to
changes in rates can bo obtained
at the office of the- Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
C. L. WIGHT,
HAWAIIAN NAVIGATION CO.
. Fast Gas Schcouor "ECLIPSE "
Sails from HONOLULU, for Lab
ainn, Kihei, Makena, Honolun and
at 3 p. m Tuesday, May 20,
! Freight received up to hour of sailing
For general information, apply to
tho office of the Company, HOli Judd
Telephone Main 204
AMERICAN SHIPPINQ CO
J? O. Box 790.
BOXING GLOVES & PUNCHING BAGS
A FhU Lino of Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS, MASKS, and
TRJBUttftANpPATEE BICYCLES and SPORTING QOQDS
Hardware, Crockery and Glasswaro
Mail Orders Treated With Acouracy and Dispatch.
WHITMAN & Co,
01 KING St., 043 FORT St.
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd.
Why Throw $40.00 Away
By Paying $100 for a TYPEWRITER When You Can G"ot an
UP-TO.DATE Strictly High Grade Machine,
The Wellington Visible
This Mnchlnois a REVOLUTION in Typewriters
Wo Have Appointed Mh. A. J. RODRIG FES of Wailuku
SOLE AGENT for tho Island of Maul for These MACHINES
t Who Will Be Pleased to Give Full Particulars Regarding Same.
WHITNEY & MARS
We 'en the Largest Stock in Honolulu
mi & a m m m.
Hawaiian Iron Fence & Monumental Co.
' 17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop
HAVE CAREFULLY ANALYSED
Bottled from the famous
REFRESHING OP ALL NATURAL MINERAL WATERS.
Tho ideal drink during the summer months.
H Hackfeld & Co.
Nnw Buildinos, Ni:w Rins,
TUn DIOMADV OTADiro Pa
I 11U I 1 VJ III 1 a. 1 1 I V W 1
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Ivlaui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddlej Horses
at all Hours. A New System oi Press Buttons.
Now and first class rigB
Writer for $60.00
m v v mm t v a v a y -
ltKoenigS(iuelloM in tho Harz wl
New Teams, New Maiaqsjikst.
A k LJ li VJVJ I J 1 UUlUll III I iiy
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and teams, and compqtent dHvor's