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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, January 24, 1903, Image 4',
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
IURPLUS& UNDIVIDED PROFITS $lf 1.564.94
Chas, M. COoke . . . . .President
l. C. Junes Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashlov
!?. C. Atlicrton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Ti'i rectors Henrv Watcrhous'e
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlano, E. D.
Tcnnv. J. A. McCaudlesS.
Ordinary Ittid Term Deposits re
cived nltll 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
La TURNER, GO
SAMPLE on Request.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
cf Brngsor Ficdicino is a
guarantee cf the SUPE2I0SI
HJALITY of the Article,
MI first cSItcri I'&Klo
Col. Bam Parket and wife left for
tin coast on the Chiua.
Mr. Hugh Howell was a passenger
to Hiina by Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. M. D. Monsnrrat left for Hon-
oluli by Monday night's Malina Loa.
Billy Mortotij formerly ol llib lvU
l.titui Saloon; Is a Visilbl' bh Maui this
Lerov Bartlett. of tiib Pboenik
Saving Is doing business oh Maui this
Supt. of Public Worlis, Henry E
Cooper reached Maul by last night's
Sheriff Baldwin was at Lahalna
this week as-sisting iu the" prosecution
of the Lanai case.
Col. Solidr of Honolulu came over
tj Kihei by Tuesday's Kinau landing
ut Mnalnea Baj .
Mr. Geo. Bi Schi'aderwas a visitor
at Lahalna oli Tuesday returning on
Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton hus
been iippoiuted a member of the
Makawao Road Board.
"Guddy" "Wilder was a through
passenger from Hawaii to Honolulu
on Monday's Mauna Loa.
Mr. James Scott, manager of Kihei,
was in Wailuku on Thursday in at
tendance on the District Court.
Capt. John Ferrcira of th6 Wailuku
police has resigned his position, the
resignation to take effect Jbcb. 1.
Mr. D. L. Meyer of the Wailuku
Saluou went to Honolulu on Saturday,
returning by Wednesday's steamer
High Sheriff Brown arrived by last
nights Mauna Loa, and is tlio guest
of Mr. uud Mrs. W. H. Coriiwell Jr.
Mr. S. B. Harry has resigned his
niiMiioii ua shiij's c.aruenler on the
Aiit'Miff and is stopping In "Wailuku
Ptfrns firuen is orobablv the bus
- .1 - ' f
ii-'il and happiest inuii on Central
47iv.ii. sir.t'.: tie arrival ot tne billet
Telegrams to all Pc?ntd oi
Uiawaii,- LSinaa and Oahu
can now be fcrwardsd by
Twenty cento per word
2.00' pef uiesc
Cqntral Station for Maui at
I clcphonc 7io.f
All works executed in a
When fn nce'd of Printing
of any kind
filVE tS A GALt
Sunt: Fltlei: of the If... R. R. Co.,
i'ml. ?ir. Fertf HoiiH drove over to
r.nlwifua .Thursday moruiui:. tetutn-'
ing the s-aine day.
' lu'r. Cfius. E. Cooke of Honolulu
uVentdent of the First National Batik
of Wailuku, came over to Maui on
Wcdue&day's steamer, and returns
to Honolulu today.
CiL Vf. II. Cornwell inado a fl;Hnr
rfp to Maui by Wednesday's' Claud-'
iiie, returning to nouoiuniia3!- nigiu
Dis health is much improved.
Dr. J. II. Raymond tt Hlupalakua
was In town ou Monday, ly.ith ,thu
view of .uosslblv .establishing new
'butcher shop at tho county seat
. Mayor George Mayfletd of Puuueue
left lor a ten days visit to Honolulu,
bv last niirht's Kinau, and it is whis
nered that lie will not return alone
The tjitjeo .men, Wise, Richardson
and Colaum who were arrested
ou Lafiaf on the charge of malicious
mischief have been discharged, it ap-.
pearfi)J ,t,o the Cpurt that tliere was
an ei'ua nal intent 111 their actsv
One Lonu. who claims to be a min
ister is-uiouiid eiiUeoting money for
the aliened purpose of building a
S.UUU church at WuiheebutTit woalil
Le u "ooii idea to mvesti"aiu tue
propoaitiun, before silbscribing.
Billy Love, the" dojSillitr manager
of the Manufacturers bhoe Lo. ilout
oluiu, kit "Wailuku fb'r ..Eahalna on
Kriihiv moruiiiL'.'und leaves for Hon-
lula tonight. He r'epOt'fs a' good bu's-
mess ajiil states that hu will here
after visit Maui every" three monthts
The Wiltson and the Dcfeudert two
wind jamtnerf:, left Hana ou Thurs
day for the coast, the rormor with
13,01)0 and the latter with 10,000
bttus bf Hana sugar.
'flic packet Alice Kimball, Admiral
Cyrus Green, owner, danced into
Kuhulul Harbor on Tuesday after
noon with a cargo of lumber and gen
eral merchandise. The merchandise
was taken over by the Kahului Store,
nuil if the Kahului Lumber Co. does
not take over the lumber. It will be
l!irn1iil mi tin. heaeli and sold to the
general public at rcuchablo prices.
Washington. Jan. 19. Tho new
monitor Novcda has been completed
and is ready to uo into commission
Commander Thomas B. Howard is to
London, Jan. 28. Tho steamer
Upupa, with a full complement of
passenger, foundered in tho channel
today and twenty lives werb lost.
The shin Florence Is long overdue
at Honolulu, and grave fears are felt
as to her safoty.
The cable steamer Silvertown is
lying iii the stream and tho men
aboard 6f her are havinir a lazy time
of iti Few of them come ashore. The
day time is spent in tho lively worl
of puttinir the big vessel in about as.
trim condition as one could expect to
lind a man-of-war in, and the men
spend tho evening in their quarters
enlivening them with many songs of
Old England. Advertiser.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 20. Sen
ator Perkins has introduced a bill
for leashg transports to, private
corporations ilisteud 6'f tying them
San Francisco, Jan. 21 The Korea
.....I. j..... 1. . . ...1 ....I .in1 1-itt. Tinccnr
siers on bourd, left here at4:-lii p. m.
yesterday urn a recordbreaking trip
across ,1110 Pacific.
Washington, J). C; Jaif: 20. The
Navy Department is' considering a
prelect 16 buy mines to assure the
"navy Ci a regular supply of coal.
Coast mail waS.due m Honolulu
Whitman & Co;
HARDWARE AND SFCP.TING CCCDS
91 Kino Ss. and 31 1 Foivr St
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Go&dforttt'
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00 '
Vrt. .. fT.nnips'. fixl' fi nneh Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar andMv
Coat and Trousers Hangct'Sj 1 each. . W
Bar and Loop SoO-.,
Burglar and Fire
VVe haVe Just deceived n Ihio assoi't
tnent oJ the famous HERRlNG-HALL--MARV1N
SAFI3 CO'S sa?es These safes
are considered the vei-y best made.
The' public are Invited to inspect the
exhibit at Our Hardware bepartment.
Thed. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
WE SAYE YOU MONEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, 520 AND UP.
Nq news of the,,American ship St.
David had reached Yokohama when
the Honkofiir Maru left there.
The Latourine, a largo
liner, was burned at the
Vessels in Pptt--ftaf7ulul .
Aiii. .Ship Fnobng Siiey, Willeti,
frorfi Honolulu. , -
AmSch. Alice Kimball, ,
from Gray's Harbor.
Arrivals , ,
Jan. 20. Am. Ship Fooling Suey,
WillMK . frnm TTnrinlillll.
Jan. il, Am. Sch. Alico Kimball,
: . 28 dava from Gray s Har
lihr. Iiiinher and rridse.
Janrt 21. S.- S.- Claudine, iarlter,
Jan. ii S, S. Claudine, Parker,
- Jan. 18. S. S. Nevadau, Weedon,
' t n A 7T n n r 1 1 1 1 1
Jan. 21, S. S.Claudlne, Parker, for
Jan. 24, S. S. Clatwllne, Parker,for
MONUMENTS a HEADSTONES, TILE IP.0H FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITE Fpn DESIGNS AND PRICES. - .
H. El. HEIMDRICK,,,
p O. C27. 174-170-180 KING St., HONOLULU'
Oceanic Time Table.
, ,. D.TE NAME FROM
Jan. 2 2ealandla..."., S.
I The DarkRoom "is
g Abolished by the
I Kodak Developing Maehme
.d Tho Kodaker may now develop stict fi.' his ftlvfl liega-
; tfv6s id broad daylight and do it better than, it was done by"
!S t!l')6 old method. Anyone who can operate- a' Kodak' can success-'
S5n fuly operate a Kodak Developing Machine.
' llio kouuk laea simplicity reaicnes its logical triumpn in
the new device.
Send in jour order early a our supply will soott be exhaust
ed until the arrival of a new sftfpment.
It is a greut thing for Haul' Kodaker.
g Honolulu Phoito Supply Co. p
KBW STOKE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. ,
COKE At Waihee, Maui, Jan. 18
VjWa to Mr. and Mrs. liugh M.
CoUe. twin sons. .
( IlorflNSOK At Wailok'q'.Maui, Jffti.
jlv, l'JU.J. to m: aflu Mrs. w. r.
Robinson, a daughter. ,
VETLESKN VV ..Wailuku, -Iaui.
Junuaiy, 1-7-V1903, Mrs. V. A. Vet-
rt-seii, uued 21 years. .
8 City of Peking. . . . . .S, F.
'S Korea .Yokohama
1?! Ventura,. Colonies
,f lil Gaelic. .'. ... Yokolmmn
1-f Soiibmii.'.......v.-....S. F.
" M Miowera. . Colonies
17 America Martf. S. F.
20 Hongkong Mffru.. Yokohama
' 2:1 Alamecla,.,,.,- S. F.
' 2J. Korea..., SF.
-2S Nebruskan SStt
' HO China...,- Yokohamw
A Silver Vetifing.
I - - !
m i tl " C? d rnrlfifirrnu'. Kimcfv. Tnnimrv
' . idur' wortliy townsman, Max j!.cl;-
IN ALI.iTHE Cb'LSBffATED MA-E5 huff, will celebrate his silver weri--
j J un'.. havhig lieeu inurried nf Wat'
RpfffQifAttl: t''1. fA , ' ilawail, January 25, 1878.
witJWK . w - Mr EokiH.t 1US Ull eve,, do,.
chi'Mren, all liviniwidt.o" murrievl,
and lias two grandchildren. The cel
ebration will bea liriyato one, only
v - - - ""
I. . I
Jan.: a City" o( Peklr.tr.. . . Yokaliaraa
".- irSeofdiknii F
" Korea SFr
f '7 2ealandiu livF,
"I0 Coptic Ycltohaifhi
1 Ventura., , SF.
riI'Sonoma. . . , Colonies
14-"Miowera. .. ...Victoria, 0.
,(- 17 .'America Maru. . . .Yokohama;
" 17 M6aua. . i .-. ..Colonies
" 27 Korea Yokohama
A i mnf
sAif stables of wailukiiS
.1 J" .
3Kw Bitilixiij, Xeiv Rids, New Teams, New MagagejieStI.;!
, Th BlSMARK JSTAffLES Co, propose toifiun
flWl pariinfh rivf?rv Stable Rii.qmfiss nn Maui. rm
LIVERY" BCTAflD and SALES STABLEsJI
full Hours. A New System oi Prefes Butf:onsJt$!8j
iJe'V '43i'i5li3 rWs q,ncl toarns, competent I'Mxea