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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, July 19, 1902, Image 4',
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Y6i! fc'ttn how have ybur
Soins? Cliah'iaj eta.,
unfitly Upholfjtore'd at my
Uphriktoritik Shop, in rear
of MaCfttrlano & Co.'s Sa
loon, np'posito the WniUjltii
llepot. ity'lh Yfe'ars' ex
poriendb'. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
D.' L. MEYMt.
The Bank or Hawaii
incorporated' Under the- Laws of
,.l.he Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL , ; .;. . . .$(i0'(f,000.tl0-
OFFICERS AND' DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko v . , . Cashiei
F. C. ,Athorton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhouse,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tenny. J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firins",Cori
poratious, Trusts, Individuals, a'rid
will promptly and carefully attend to
ill business connected with banking:
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase,
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re'
Seived and" Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions,
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Metropolitan Meat Co.
GILBERT J. -WALLER,
Wholesal) and Retail
All Kinds o? Sausages
Dealers in J-Butter
j & Eggs
slsrnd orders prn.nt'Uy al'e dPd to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, H. 1
Telegrams to all Points ol
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.09 per' message
Central Stafion for Maui at'
Interior House finish
An excellent selection com
prising Crown, Spring Cox'b', Nosings,
Return Heads, Qtiarter and Half
Kininc!, P G.. 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Buseiirifl Band mould
ing Wulnsc'btingi Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Framts, (windows and
floor), Stair and Porch Kails,
Sash, Boors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Ntir'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Ce'4r, Spruce, Asli, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Drug Co,
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Frugs or ied'eme is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All fin t class stores handle
TiNS.(!iTl,-nd CABINET. MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repahcd; 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 Crenm Parlors.
THREE ELEGANT ROOKS, 23 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.
BEpQgTROM MUSIC CO.
Fout Sr. .Honolux
J- 1 a r
Col. W. H. Cornwcll returned
Maui by Tuesday's Kinau.
Ex'-qteen Lllioukalaiii reached
Honolulu from the coast by Monday's'
A. A. Broymer, of the Von Hamir
Young Co. is doing business on Maul
F. J. Testa, proprietor and editor
of the Independent is rusticating on
Maui this week.
L. von Tcmpsky, manager of Hale-
akala Banche spent a few hours in
D; Conway, travelling for T. Hi
Davies & Co., it stocking up his Maui
customers this week.
Prof. W. C.' Crook of Makawao is
spending his summer vacation at
Paliala, Knu, Hawaii.
George P. Thielen. stenographer
for Alexander & Baldwin, Honolulu,
i3 visiting Maui tnis week;
Dr. Armitagomadc a brief trip to
Honolulu by last Friday's Kinau
returning on Wednesday's Claudine.
Arthur Jones ol the Mclnernv Shoo
Store lias been lifting ont Lahaina
with first class foot wear this week;
Interpreter W. J. Coeluo of Hone
lulu, who attended the June term at
Vailuku, came over 6'a Wednesday's
C. L. Clement of the "Sidelights''
spent Saturday dt Wailuku and left
on the Claudine for Honolulu Satur
Judge Josepa has resigned his pos
ition as district magistrate at Hanu,
and Judge Hanuna has been appoint'
cd t ) succeed him.
Mr. C; Chris toflerseh and family
eft by lust Saturday's Claudine for
Waianae, Oahu, whero they will
make their future home.
Tho engagement is announced of
Miss' Lilia Brown of Paia, to Thomas
Long of Spreckelsville,faon of the late
Chester A. Long of Kiliei.
Attorney Jas. L. Coke went to
Lahaina this morning, to attend tho
sale of the effects of Shimamurathe
bankrupt Japanese merchant.
Mr. E. S. Capellas of Makawao,
who has been iu charge of the school
at Hakalau, Hawaii, has returned to
Maui to spend his summer vacation.
W. P.' Barry and J, McVeigh of
Honolulu visited Wailuku this week
for the purpose of installing Gulstan
Council, Y. M. I., on Thursday even
ing. ' .
Mrs. Chas. D. uii'kiu'of Wailuku
went to Paia ou Wednesday, to join
a large party who are to spend some
days exploring the erfcter of Halca
fc'ula.' Lawrence K. Kculveli, president
of tho Hawaiian "Realty dud Maluiity
Co., Honolulu, ib ou Maui this week,
looking after the intere&ls of his
Charley Graham, tho popular trav
elling man for the Honolulu Iron
works luavts for Sua Francisco this
week, to engage in business there
Mr. E. P. Jones, representing the
Risdon Iron works speuDsovorui duy&
at Kihei during the early part of the
wee.c, looking after repairs to one of
tho big pumps at Camp 3.
Miss Center, daughter of tho
late David Center, cavao over on
vveuiiesuay s vjiauamo to spend a
short while as tho gueat of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Marshall of Wahee.
Morns Keohokalole, one of the
committeo on organization of tho
Hui Kuokoa, came over on Wednes
day's Claudino aud proceeded direct
ly to Hana, returning this moruing
Mr. V. L. Boeck has resigned, his
position as book-keeper for the Wai
luku Sugar Co., and will be succeeded
by Mr. H. D. Wishard, who arrived
with his family by last night's Mauna
Dr. Philip F. Frear, the Honolulu
dentist came over to Maui this week
where he will remain for some time
and engage 'k professional work
This is tho first of a semi-annual
series of visits.
Governor S, B. Dolo and Land
Commissioner E. S. Boyd arrived at
Makana by Tuesday's Kinau, and
have spent thu week investigating
land, water and forestry matters' on
the' west slope of Huleakala,
' Edgar Morton'' of Kamadio wis a
visitor at Wailuku on Thursday, in
tlio interest of the' new, barber, ljop,
tQ .T7liloh he sunnlies beef. Jle.sMtes
.t.h&t. .Mrarjjpmentsjwlu cho?tly bo
made o furnish' m'utfoa .ifto' lew
' feBM t ton
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MERTING.
At Spreckcls' Park, Kahului.
Tuesday, AUGUST 12,1902
iRacds to commence at 10 o'clock
a. jl sharp.
First: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best three in five, frco
for all piirso $400; -
One mile dash, Hawaiian bird;
purse $100. . ,
Third : -RUNNING RACE
Three-fourth mile dash, free for
all, purse $100.
Fourth: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two In three,'
Hawaiian bred, purse $250.
One mile dash, free for all; purse
Sist.li POLO PONY RACE.
Half mile dash. Ponies that have
ftlaycd in inter-polo Matches. Own
crs to ride. Maui Polo Cup $150.
All races to be run or trot ted uh
der tho rules of ih'b California Jockey
Club and the National Trotting Asso
All riders arid drivers to appear m
; . . . t
At least fbur to enter and three o
Ail' horses are expect to start un
less withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on
the day previous to tho race."
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand-stand, mauka side, $1.00;
makai side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50.
Bids for tho Refreshment Stand
nrivileffo will bo received by tue
Per Order of Executive Committeo
D. L. Meyeh,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
efiscla In Port--Kahu'lui
Ship Henry Villard, Shaubc, Coal
Am Sch'. Prosper, Johannsemfrtm
July 13, S. S. American, Morrisor,'
July 14, Am. Sch. Prosper; Johann
sen, 47 days from Newcastle, coal.
July 1G, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
July 19, S. S. Claudine, Parker;
July 15, S. S. American, Morrison,'
for Hilo with 7,400 bags tugar'.'
July 10, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Haua. .. ' '
Juno lfJ, S.' S.CIaudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME l'ROJl
July 2 Moana ....Colonies
" II Sonoma S, F.
" 15 China S. F.
" 10 Peru .....Yokohama
" 18 Alameda S. F.
" 23 Doric S. F.
" 25 Coptic. Yokohama
" 20 Sierra Colonies
" 30 Ventura S. F.
" 510 Miowera Colonies
" 551 Nippon Maru S. F.
2 Alameda S. F.
8 Ventura , S. F.
0 Sonoma , . . Colonies
15 China. . . . . Yokohama
Hi Peru S. F.
23 Aluineda S. F.
23 Doric Yokohama
2.1 Coptic , S. F.
20 Sierra S. F,
'30 Ventura Coloaies
30 Miowera. . . .. Victoria, B. C.
31 Nippon Maru, . , .Yokohama
treiJinuIn SO P. O. Box 799
m . : :t tit, u, ww&t. itjseYVtysBSiu Qi wpess. Buttons. 1
BOXING GLOVES & PUNCHING BAGS;
A Full Lino of Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS; MASKS and'
TRIBUNE and PATEE BICYCLES and SPORTING GOODS
Hardware, Crockery and ufa'sswaro
Mail Orders Treated With Accuracy and Dispatch; y
iAHITVlAN & Co,
IU KING Sr., ' (J.f3 FORT St.
T HBO. H. Davies & Co. Ltd;
Why Throw $40.00 Away
By Paying $100 for a TYPEWRITER When You Can Got an1
UP-TO.DATE Strictly iliglJ Grade Machine,
The Wellington Visible Writer for $60.00
This Machine is a REVOLUTION in Typewriters
We Havo Appointed Mr. A. J. RODRIGUES of Wailukii
SOLE AGENT for tho Island of Maui for These MACHINES
Who Will Bo Pleased to Give Full Particulars Regarding Same.
Eari List," UH
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltdi
UptoDate ShoeEsts, Hilo,
PHde of the Home'
White Sewing I
A Combination of
Art and Utility
Used by many in preference to other 1 3
' ' "tuakes of tho samo price. It is demon- - -
,. ' "' stratjng its merits: . , -
Built to Sew Well and to LasCf
Call and inspect tho different styles
H, Hackfeld & Co J
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Bismark Stable C
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New BuiMHNas, New Rics, New Teams, New Maoaqement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co.- ptopose to run
the Leading LiVefy Stable
LSVfeRY,1 feARD ibnd
A Gunrnntecil Shoe foi .t.
THIS illustration is from '"
a lllintotrriinh nf nun nP ,!,.
our special shoes, madn
of plain calf; will nof'scuff"
out will stand all knocks '.
from lava or rocks, it has a t
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp and, .'.
Iieooie grain top.,.Tlnsshoe .Y
hrfs the cut and stylo of the " '
highest price shoes, and . .',
better still, is made oh a ' ?
perfectly "comfortable last, '?
giving breadth whero tho
foot requires It. Wo will de
liver this shoe to any post
cllico address on tho Isl- .'
andson receiptor the price
$1.00, aud on tho condition
that the money will be re1 .
funded if not satisfactory.
Write for a pair of our No. j
:i!) shoes; if you have bought i 1
of us before wo havo yout'
sizaon recordjif not give us !
figures ou lining of oldshoes -A '
Business 6n Maiif j
Mjj$d$iYMt: . Honolulir H