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.wn "Andrews priory,
. ym re-open September 8th, 1002.
The lfeiy' 'force of teachers arrived
with Bislibp Rriiturlrk to tnkoupthc
W-k which the Slstera have carried
on so lnnnj yenra.
' The School wllll he conducted on
the same principle iim heretofore nnd
lie Sisters will continue to reside at
! Girls wiPhinK toatteud the Normal
School will nuvo homo 'comforts and
All communications regarding the
admission' of pupils slhould be ad
1 Miss Ciiaiilotti' Tcooau,
St. Andrew's Priofyi 1 Honolulu.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
"the Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL ' $000,000.00
! OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SUfiPLUS li UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chns. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones. .
tl. H. Cooko - Cashioi
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouse,
'.Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
''fonnv. J. A. MoCandlcss.
' Solicits tho Accounts of Firms,Cor-
.Kirntions. Trusts. Individuals-, and
Will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected witli banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exohange, Issuo Letters of
.Ordinary and Term Deposits re
coived and Interest allowed in ac
dordanco with rules and conditions
printed in v'pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Tudd Building, F,oi;t St., Honolulu
Telegrams to all Points ot
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
' Twenty cents per word
. Minimum rate
$2.09 per message
Central Station for Maui at
' t'ipelephone No.
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felegr aphic Co
: SAMPLE on Request.
Mail j our photo work to us and wo
will give you first-class work in
- developing and printing.
Fresh Films, Photo Paper, always
Eastman Kodaks at factory prices.
11. L. SHAW. Managei
HIL0 DRUG CO.
BEGJSTRATION OP VOTDRS.
The Board of tt insCnUioi. for Mali,
Molokiti, mid Lui til will hold mcetin( s
for the pnrpoM' of toflsi I'rinw voteis
Toes'. Sevt. 2, in02-):-
at Feahi School titwn. 10 A, M,
to 12 M.j at Iluelo School House,
1 P, Mto2 P. M., and at tie
residence ofJ). Nap:hn:i, Keanae',
7 P. M. lo it P. M.
"VrpfEsi)AV, Skit. 3, 15102,
At FukucV's Store, Ntihiku.
Thursday, Skit. 4, 1JT02.
At Elana Plantation Store.
Fill DAY, Sept. f, 1002,
At L. Y. Aiotia's Sunn, Hnmoa,
and at. Kipnhulu Dan tat Ion Otlice
7 P. M, to It P. M.
Saturday, Seit. H, 19i2,
At Kaujio School House,
Monday, Sept. 8, 11102,
At Ulttpulukun Court. House, 9
A. M. to 12 M wid at tho resi
dence of Rev. ', Kamakele,"
Tuesday. Skit. J), 1902,
At Leong Hong's Store, Pule
huiki, Kula, 1(1 A. M. In 2 P. M.
Wednesday, Sopt. 10, 11)02,
At Makawr.o Pot Ollice, 9 A.
M. to 4 P. M,
F. W Hardy
R. C. Scarle
N. W. Aluli
Board of Registra
tion for Maui, etc.
Hollister Drue Co.
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
TINSMITH rnd CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Putin.- Colli ns and Cabinet;
iVork on Hand for Sale.
TUarket St. , Wailuku.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO.
Ice Cream Parlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stouk Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods received every weok. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
Banjos, Mandolins & Guitars
IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergsfrom Music Co.
Read the MAUI NEWS
1 A CM!WI
m h s w ra m a
W. O. Aihen of Pnlu wps in Wat
on Wednesday. i
Joel Nitkaleka, of Molokal is visit
ing East Msju.i this week, oir bom.
Prof. Berger, :leader of the Haw
aiian Band goes to thii Coast for a
Tho engnutnent of Miss Katie
Cornwell to Mr. A. A.- Braymer is
Mr.J. Vinnint of Puia visited AVai-
luku on Monday, ns delegate to the
Dr. Weddick was due In Honolulu
on Wednesday, and will come over to
Maui next eilnesday.""
Attorney Jan. L. Coke went to
Lahaina on legal business, on Tues--
doy, rcitui iiing on A ednesday.
Ur. George S. Aiken of Paia sjient
several days at. the Maui.Holtl tliis
weok tilling professional engage
Senator Rillj White left for Hono
1 ilu yesterday and may return shorn
of all further immediate political
. Leslio Scott, formerly of Ivihei
who has been visiting Honolulu for
ionio weeks, returned to , Maul on
Col. W. H. Cornwell came over on
Wednesday from Honolulu, but took
-.learner again last night foi' the
Supt. K. W. Filler is in Bremen,
this week, and will visit HamtJurg
uid'several other points in Germany
.lefore his return.
Mrs. Renwick of tho Puunene Club
Houso has gono to Hawaii, "and Mr
Georgo Mavlield has been selected to
cater to the Club.
A light wine and beer license is to
be issued to Mr. A. K. Stender, for
Kahului, as soon ns the present
license expires, Sept. 20.
Chauncey W. Schneiderof the L.B,
Kerr Co. has beens busy as the
proverbial bee on Maui this week,
leaving yesterday for Honolulu.
Mr. A. J, Rodrigucs, of Rodrigues
Stoi'c, Wailuku, was a visitor to
Honolulu by last Friday's Claudine,
returning on Wednesday's "Maui,-
David H, Lowis, of Lovejoy & Co,
p jmo over eunesday s .Maui, to
look after tho affairs of his firm, and
returns tc Honolulu this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Perkins went up
Ho Ulupalakua on Thut-sday after-
p ran, to spend several -daj's as tho
gues'ts of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. Supt, W. E. Bal of the W. & K.
water-works went to Honolulu last
Saturday, to placo his daughter at
school, returning on Wednesday of
Candidates S.Keliinoi,L.vou Temp-
sky and Philip Pali left for Lahaina
on Tuesday and will extend their visit
to Molokai and Lahaina, before their
return to Wailuku.
Miss Rowena Richardson of Laha
ina has been assigned to tho Wailuku
grammar school, where her popular
ity and excellence as a teacher has
won for her a hearty welcome.
Geo. W. Cooper, who witli Hugh
Howell visited Wailuku as delegate
to the republican district convention,
returned to "Hana by Wednesday's
Maui. Mr. Howell left tho day be
Judge Joscpn of Hana made by far
the most able and eloquent address
at tho ratification meeting, and the
fact- that it waB delivere'd in the old,
classic Hawaiian vernacular roado it
more sweet to Hawaiian ears.
Hon. XL H. Dickey, Sam Kalama
and Joel Nakaleka will spend to
morrow at Hana, and hold meetings
at Kipahula on Monday, Kaupo on
Tuesday, Ulupalakua on Wednesday
and Puehu, Kula, on Thursday.
Judging by his reception at the
ratification meeting on Monday.ercn-
ing, it is not a bad guess that Sam
Keliinoi will be a popular- favorite
on election day. Too bad that he
could not have had Ben Lyons for a
Attorney Aluli of Registration
Board dropped into town on Monddy
afternoon to learn tho result of tho
convention and incidently to explain
to George Cooper of Hnna, his fear
of the Anglo-Saxon, after which he
left to join his confreres in JCula.
BELL At Wailuku, Maui.-Sept. 12,
1902, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bel),
The oil burning steamet Nevada n
of the American-Hawaiian Steamship'
line arrived in port yesterday after
noon after niakiug a good run in
eight days and two hours from Sim
Francisco, liavingleft that port at
ten n.m.on Sunday,Augusl 31st, SI c
carries no mail but brought copies' of
the San Francisco Sunday papers of
the morning on which she departed
which contained one day's later news. I
Captain Weedon is elated over tl e
success of oil burners in. his steamer
He says that they have given even
better satisfuetion than was expect
ed. On tlie trii) down from tho Coust
they had no difficulty in keeping ui-1
two hundred pounds prcssuro of
steam while using only a moderate
amount of oil.
The vessel is berthed at the Rail
way wharf. She has about one thou
sand tons, of cargo for Honolulu and
two thousand tons for Kahului. Ad
vertiser. Tho Wailuku and Kahului steve
dores will play a match game of base
bull at Kahului, a week from tomor
row. "Hickcy,, will captain the Ka
huluis and "Paddy the Sheep" will
captain the Wailukus.
Tho Germaii steamer Markomnne
ria, carrying wnr munitions for the
provisional government to Cape
Haytiou, was captured by.tho Firm
inisf. gunboat Crete-a-Pierro't.
The gasoline schooner "Brothers"
is expected from Honolulu todav
with a diving outfit, to repair the
moorings iu Kahului Harbor. .
Tho Fish Commission steamer Al
batross took 11 days to reach tho
coast, arriving at San Francisco on
A terrible gale at Fort Elizabeth,
South Africa, destroyed many ves
sels and it is feared that many lives
Puna coast on tho island of Hawaii
was swept by a five-foot tidal wavo
on Tuesday afternoon, September 2,
Tho Korea was allowed to ship her
crew of Imported Chiucso at San
Tho S. S. Hawaiian will sail for
Now .York on- '.Monday, with.-12,0CO.
The schooner Prosper from.Kahu
lui arrived at Port Bla'irelyon Aug.
Vcescls in Port Knliiillii -
S. S. Hawaiian, Weedon, from
Honolulu,, - -
Sept. 10, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
from Honolulu. .CM AAA
Sept. 12, S.jviuZan; Weedon,
from S.F. via Honolulu, 1,100 tons
Sept. 13, S. S. Maui, Bennot, from
Sept. 9, S. S. Ncvadatf, Nichols,
for New York, 20,750 bags sugar
Sept. 10, Am Brk Fullerton, Mc
Donald, for S. F., in ballast.
Sept. 10, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Sept. 13, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
Sept. 2 City of Peking S. F.
" 5 China...,, Yokohama
" 9 Ventura. Colonies
10 Gaelic S. F.
10 Sonoma , S. F.
12 Doric Yokohama
18 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 19 Alameda S. F.
" 9(1 Ulnnnn Mnrn Ynknlinmn
-v -- ......
24 Moana ...Colonies
2G China.... S. F,
27 Aorahgl; Victoria, B. C,
30 Korqa. . , . , Yokohama
30 Sierra , Colonies
"Sept. 2 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
3 Alameda S. i ,
" 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,
" 24 Alameda S. F.
" 24 Moana,.-.,... Victoria, B. C,
" 2G China Yokohama
" 27 Aorangl..,, Colonies
.'. 30 Korea i S. F
Pimm li 11 M
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Theo lio Davie
Earl Last' No. 39
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Business on Maui.-
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teams, ana compeienv unYvf8-
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