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DREW'S PRIORY. I registration op votbrs.
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force of teachers arrived
tip Rcstnrieli to' tnkcup the
h the Sisters haw; carried
years. i '
;hool willl be conducted on
nt-iiiniii1f us linretnforo and
thejSlsters will continue to reside tit
' jfoirffiwiEhiiii' to attend the Normal
SchooJwill have homo comforts and
Pjvjjommunlcntions regarding ' the
admSsslon ot pupa's should be ad
l?Miss CuAiaoTT? Tegoak,
Andrew's Priory, Honolulu.
e Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
mli, vtho Republic of Hawaii.
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pURRLUSfi UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
ehfcna TVT rionlrn . President
ISjf.O.' Jones . . Vice-President
OWI. Cooke Uashicr
F.0; Atherton Assistant Cashier
IWn Mn v "P AV. Mnr.farlano. E. D.
Ixcnny, J. A, McCaindlcss.
HSolicits the Accounts of Firms,Cor
Krdrations, Trusts, Individuals, and
SJVlll piOlUpiiy UUU UiHtUUllJ. uuiiu
fell business connected with banking
gSntrustcd to it. Sell anti x-urcnase
iForoign 12xchango; Issue Letters of
i- s&viNRR DEPARTMENT.
nvdinarv mid Term DCDOSltS l'C-
tceivedand 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.,IIonclulu
The Hoard of Registration for Maui,
Moloknl, and Lanai will hold meetings
for the purpose of registering voters
Tori?. Sept. '2, 1002,-- ;
at Teahi School House. ,10 A, M.
to 12 M.; at Huelo School House,
1 P. M. to 2 P. M.; and ht the
residence of D. Napihaa, Kcnnae,
7 P. M. to 3 P. M.
Wednesday, Skit. 8, 11)02,
At Fukudn's Store, Nahlku.
Thursday, Seit. 4, 1902,
At Hana Plantation Store.
Friday, Sept. 5, 11)02,
' . At L. Y. Aiona's Store, Hamoa,
and at Kipahulu Plantation Ollico
7 P. M. to 0 P. M.
Saturday, Sew, 0, 1902,
"At Kaupo Scliool House.
Monday, Sept. 8, 1902,
At Ulupalakua Court House, 9
A. M. to 12 M., and at tho resi
deuco of Rev. J. Kamakcle
Tnr.KnAY. Sept. 9. 1902.
Al Leong Hong's Store, Pule
huiki, Kula, 10 A. M. to 2 P. M
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 1902, .
AtMakawao Post Ofliee, 9 S
M. to 4 P. M.
F. W Hardy
R. C. Searlo
N. W. Alull
Board of Registra
tion for Maui, etc.
Pe r no n 1 HfentTo bT
Attorney James K. Saunders died
of dropsy at Wailuku Hospital, on
Delegate Robert Wilcox spent last
Saturday in Wailuku. and incidentally
did somo politics.
A. von Graovemoyor, formerly of
Wailuku, but now of Laysan Island,
is visiting Honolulu.
George Maxwell, foreman1 of the
News ofliee, umpired tho Lnhnina
baseball game last Sunday.
Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Austin, re
turned homo from a several weeks'
visit, to Honolulu, on Wednesday.
Attorney Hons writes that he has
reached his destination in Colorado,
and feels improved by the change.
Antrum 'Rnrhn ami .Tohn J. Camara
aif thn United
States yesterday, bcforcNtho. Circuit
W. F. Poguc expresses himself as
highly pleased with tho result of tho
labors of tho republican convention
Tho oil ship Fullerton, Captain Me
Donald, reached Knhului on Wcdncs.
day afternoon, 19 days out from San
Francisco with the first cargo of fuel
oil over shipped to tho Islands.
Tho interior of the hull of the Ful
lerton is fitted up with 24 bulkhendrt
tanks of an average capacity of 1C00
barrels each. 16 of these tanks an
for oil and the remaning eight for
water ballast. The Fullerton brough
down about 10,000 barrels of oil, foi
the Kihei Plantation.
It will requiro at least a thousand
feet of canvas hose to unload tin
FtOlerton at Kihei, and as tho hot
had not been received from the East,
tho Fullerton left San Francisco
without it. Consequently it will be
necessary to unload the oil m the
tanks atKahului, from which point it
will be conveyed to Kihei in the oil
tank cars of the Knhului R. R.
The Fullerton expects to begin to
unload today, and Captain McDonald
estimates that ib will tako about
fifteen hours to pump his cargo into
the Knhului oil tanks.
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Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drags or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores ' handle
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Stovo pipes and ,'Tin "Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Putin. Cofiins and Cabinet
Wox-k on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailuku.
-Twenty cents per word
2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
m- ; i elephone iNo.
et" ' -
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO.
Ice Cream Pnrlorsi
SAMPLE on Request.
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS,
Fiuo Stoolc Canned
Fruit, Candles and Ci
Goods received every w
courtesies to ladies and
25 cents a Dish
10 cents a Dish.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken, D. D. S. of Paia
was in town on Tuesday, having his
teeth treated by Dr. Frear. Thus do
we get our revenge. .
Dr. J. Weddick, Government Thy.
sician, at Wailuku, is expected at
Honolulu on next Wednesday, on his
return trip from abroad.
Mr. P. Paronzini, agent of the
Standard Gas Lamps, is registered
at tho Maui Hotel where ho will re
main for a week or so yet.
Mr. E. S. Capellas, principal of the
school at Hakalau, ' Hawaii, who
spent his vacation on Maui, left for
Hawaii on Tuesday's Claudine.
Dr. Philip Frear, who has been
doing dental work at Wailuku and
on centra Maui for somo weeks past
left for Honolulu this afternoon.
Charles Lennox, who left a position
at Knhului to visitapan, has accep
ted si position oir a suL'ar plantation
at Central Agn rrc, Porto Rico.
Col. W. H. Cornwcll left for Hono
lulu .by last "Friday's- steamor, to
consult with tho Honolulu democrats
as to the future course of tho party.
Delegate Wilcox Is exjiccted on
Maui by next Tuesday's steamor, at
which time there will be a general
readjustment of tho homo rulo tickot.
Ar'ther Waal, postmaster at Laha-
ina. was an interested visitor at tho
baseball game at Lahania last Sun
day, between the Morning Stars and
R. C. Searle. F. W. Hardy and N.
W. Aluli started out on their rounds
for registration of voters last Tues
day. They will bo at Kaupo school-
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wells, and
their daughter, Miss Laura Wells,
who have just, returned from the
Coast, arrived a'thomoinWailukuon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin o
Puuneno wore visitors at Wailuku on
Monday evening, during which Mr.
Baldwin attended the regular mouth
ly meeting of the M. A. A. (
Philip Pali, a leading young Haw
aiian of Lahaina received tho en
dorsement of his precinct for repre
sentative, and it is to be hoped that
he may win out at tho election.
Tho Amoncau Shipping Cos
schooner Alice Kimball was sold on
Monday of this week to Cyrus T.
Green of Wailuku, tho consideration
being private. The Alice Kimball was
cleared from Kahului with a cargo
consisting of koa wood from Ken
dall's saw-mill, Laupahochocvold iron
and empty bottles. Mr. Green wilt
join the vessel at San Francisco, be
ing detained by private business
from joining her on her trip. Ho will
go on to Seattle and endeavor to
close negotiations now ponding be
tween him and somo of the Seattle
merchants, by which a trade may bo
established between Seattlo and tho
Islands, and Mr. Green is prepared
to give business entrusted to him on
the Coast, his personal attention.
He already has oiders for Poland
China and Berkshire pigs, and will
accept other like orders.
Mr. Jas. T. Taylor, former owner
of the Kimball, went to tho Coast on
board the vessel as mate, and will
extend his trip to Los Angeles, be
fore returning lo tho Islands.
We have Just received a large assort
ment of the famous HERRING-HALL-,
AiARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These safes!
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Thee H. Davies & Co., Ltd,
TiiA favorite steamer Mauna Loa,
which has been undergoing repairs
for some time willresume her regular
run to Hawaii ports next Tuesday.
Somo minor changes in her route are
Vessels in Port Kahului
Am. Brk. Fullerton, McDonald,
from San Francisco, fuel oil.
S, S. Hawaiian, Nichols, from S.
F. via Honolulu; gen. mdse.
' Sept, 2, Am Brk Fullerton, Mc
Donald, 19 days from S. F., fuel oil.
Sept. 3, S. S. Maul, Bprnett,
Sept. 4, S. S. Hawaiian, Nichols,
1 dav from Honolulu.
Sept. 0, S. S. Maui, Bennot, from
Sept. 3, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Sept 3, Am. Sch. Alice' Kimball,
Walsh, for S. F.: gen. cargo.
Sept. 5, S. S. IMaui, Bennett, for
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Mrs. 0. C. Perkins, wife of Mr. C.
C. Perkins, who has charge of tho
interest of tho Union Oil Co. on the
Islands, loined her husband at Wai
luku by Tuesday's Claudine from Hon-
H. P. Baldwin. Edgar Morton, A.
N, Kepoikai, J. N. K. Keola, and W.
F. Pogue were among tho visitors to
the republican coventlou at Honolulu
on Monday, most of them return
ing on Wednesday.
The News inadvertently stated Inst
week that Dr. "Wood had been called
over to Maul to attend Mr. Sam
Aloxandcr, the fact being that Dr.
R. II. Dineirar of Puunene was his
attcudiug physician, with satisfac
tory results. Dr. McConkv and Dr.
Wood- having only been called in for
consultation. Beg your pardon, JJoc
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(HARRY At Wailuku, Maui, Sept
:aSl002, to Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hur-
i siUNDERSJWailuku, Maui,
ed 43 3
Sept. 2 City of Peking S. F.
" 5 China. . .Yokohama
I) Ventura Colonies
" 10 Gaelic S. F.
10 Sonoma ..S, F.
" 12 Doric, Yokohama
" 18 Hongkong Maru .S. F.
" 1!) Alameda S. F.
" 20 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 24 Moana Colonies
" 2G China ...S. F.
" 27 Aoraugi Victoria, B. C.
" 30 Korea.... Yokohama
" 30 Sierra...! Colonies
Sept, 2 City of Pekiug. ...Yokohama
" 3 Alameda S.F,
" 5 China.... S.F.
" 9 Ventura ,S. F.
" 10 Gaelic Yokohama
" 10 Sonoma Colonies
" 12 Doric ."...S.F.
" 18 Hongkong Maru... Yokohama
" 20 Nippon Maru S. F.
4 Alameda S. F.
" 2G China Yokohama
" 27Aorangi Colonies
30 Korea S, F.
30 Sierra S. F.
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