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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, January 02, 1904, Image 4',
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can be had at the office of the
To C ir Patrons and the Public
Generally on Maul, Lcw'ie & Co.,
Leading Grocers of the
present theh full CATALOGUE
nnd would ask to submit your
Fancy Articles, Cigars,Toilet
Articles, Perfumes, Cutlery,
Kitchen Utensils, Basket
Ware etc., etc.,
Sole Agents LOWNEY'S; CELEBRATED
Freight Prepaid on Older? over $20.
lewis & co., ltd:
THE BIG GROCERS. 169 KING STRET
P. O. Bos 207 HONOLULU
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooko President
W. T. Robinson Vice Presiden
,C. D. Lufkin ; Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. 0. Lindsay.
1 r Transacts a general banking
to-date line of Job Type-au(l-arc.pre- lincs,3t
Draws Exchange on the United
Suites, England, France, Gormany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu
Makes collections ptomptly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON D
Loans money, on, anprpved personal
Special arrarigemontSjWjitih out; of
(town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
ic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
SURPLUS 5200,000. or
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-Presideni
C. H. Cooke Cashioi
P. C. Athcrton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney.
J. A McCandless, C. H. Athcrton,
13. I''. Bishop.
Transact a Gent-rel Commercial
and Savings Business.
5vcrKsrc2ccutcd in a
MANNER wsJ &
HONOLULU, II . T.
This name on a Package
of Brussor Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Mrs. J. P. Cooke was booked
Maul on this week's Claudine.
G. W. Steele of Honolulu was a pas
senger to Maui on "Wednesday's boat.
Mr.- and Mrs. B. K. Kuiwlaca of
Hnna returned from Honolulu this
Geot'go H. Dunn of Lahaina 7isitcd
Hhtiolulu Inst Saturday, returning on
Mr. and Mrs. George Copp'ofKula
returned from Honolulu by Wed
W. E. Dcvercux of Grimbaum & Co.
was a patsengcr to liana by Wed-
Judge Kuhaulelio, of Lah: ! ia took
;i flyer to Honolulu on Saturday, re
turning on luesuay.
A Horney John Richardson of Ltihai-
nu has spent the week in. Wai'ukuon
School Inpcctor C. W. Baldwin,
who has beer visiting on Maui left for
Honolulu last Saturday.
W. H. Cornwell Jr. came down from
the runcho this week to take in the
New Year races at, Kuhului.
Sheriff-Elect Wm. White and coun
ty clerk D. II. Kahauleho spent
several days in Wailuku this week
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayncs of
Hamakuapoko spent last Sunday in
Wailuku, lunching at the Maul Hotel.
S. Kehinoi of Waikapu was a pas
senger to Honolulu by Saturday's
Maui, returning on Wednesday's
Miss Sheffield, music teacher at
Mnunaolu Seminary went to Honolulu
last Saturday to spend the Christmas
D. K. Kahaulello, tax assessor elect
of Lahaina came over to Wailuku this
week to await the decision of the
Sisto Lopez, tho ardint Filipino
patriot, came ovor on Wcdnesuay's
Claudiue to visit Maui, returning to
R. Cattonof Honolulu, accompained
by Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Stillman of
New York took a run over to Maui on
this week's Claudine.
Court Clerk W J. Coelho who has
has been spending the Christmas!
holidays' in 'Honolulu returned on
Wednestavs Claudine. 11
George Maxwell, foreman of the
mechanical department of News is
favorably spoken of as road overseer
to succeed John Kinney.
Auditor-elect L. R. Crook who has
been taking a post-graduate course
in the Auditor's office in Honolulu,
returned to Maui in Wednesday.
A. D. McKillop. of the Lilienthal
wliis-key house, San Francisco, stop
ped off on Maui this week, en route
from a several months' trip to the
orient. He goes on to the Coast next
Rebeeea Iveann, the youngest
diughter of W. B. Keanu of Wailuku,
died hist Sunday at Honolulu, aged
fiirteen years. Tho remainswere
brought over on Wednesday, nnd will
b interred tomorrow afternoon in
tie. Wailuku eemet-iry.
Mr. J. W.Marshall ofWaiheehas
redmed his position as head luna on
the Wailuku Plantation. His position
will be. temporarily tilled by Mr. Robt.
E. Peplowski, nnd Mr. Frank
Summorfield will be promoted to Mr.
Poplowski's former position.
When in need of Printing
of any kind
GIVE US A CALL
Burglar and Fire
The bark Willlscott, which is char
tered to carry sugar from Honolulu
o Delaware Brcr.kwntcr next year,
nut Into Stanley, Falkland Iplntids,
this month, fn distress. She was en
outo from Philadelphia to' San
Diego with a cargo when an Occident
occurred which required her to go
nto some port for repairs. Her t"p-
mast heads and rudder were damag
The Pacific Mail is still waging n
war to the lfnlfo with the China Com
mercial Company. The carrying of THE VfiflW
flnnr is reduced to $1 ner ten bv the 1 .1L I Ull
former company whenever tho ves
sels of the China Company near San
Francisco, nnd the steerage rules for
IChincso are reduced to $20 figures
that are almost ruinous. Ad vcrtlser.
Admiral Evans has given out in an
interview that from his1 inspection of
Pearl Harbor during his trip in the
Iroquois on Wednesday last, lie is con
vinced that, hi its present condition,
it is of no value for a naval station.
Tho approaches to tho lochs must
first, be sti aightened out, else no bat
tleship of the sue- now in port, enn
enter the harbor. It will take millions
to make the locks available. The ap
proaches are so crooked now that It.
would not be practicable to take even
the cruisers into port. They are too
long and could not turn in there. It
might be possible to take tho cruisers
In with the assistance of tugs but even
that is doubtful. Bulletin.
Washington, Dec. 28. It has been
announced at the Navy Department ; The ATTENTION of the The Maui
that Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans rado is specially invited to the full
will bo relieved from the command of line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN-
mm CO., LTD, Agents
We have just received a large assort
ment of the famous HERRING HALL--MARVINfSAFB
CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies & Co, Ltd.
the Asiatic station in March of April
and will be ordered to this city for
duty as chairmen of the lighthouse
Colon, Dec. 20. Admiral Coghlan
was given a friendly greeting at Car-,
tagena and exchanged visits with
Washington, Dec 29. The Trinidad
and tho converted yacht Coorpion
has been ordered to San Domingo to
protect American interests.
Thi Claudine resumed hor regular
,run to Maui ports this week.
The big steamer Ncvadan came in
to Kahului on Tuesday morning, and
will clenn out nu the sugar in port,
Tho S. S. Pennsylvania, Boggs
from iNanaimo witn coal lor lvaani
pali entered at Kahului last Satur
day, and immediately proceeded tp
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
Some people like serious music,
some prefer it otherwise.
If you like good, lively, frh-ky
ragtime, with a pinkv-pnnky-poo
suggestion of a bnnji accompani
ment, the Crown piano, with ban
jo, liurp and mandolin effects, Is
the one f6r you.
It is a good, snund, sensible
piano, not to be told from othra
in its class, but pros" the lever
and it immediately gives forth a
tone that set your feet tapping,
and your lips puckering for a
Bergstrom Music Co.
G. Schumann, Ltd.
JNow located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far tho . ;
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
A POCKET KODAK 1
Vessels hi Poit-KaliuIu!
Mathew Turner, Treanor, from
S. S. Nevadan, Green from S. F.
Dec. 29, S. S.. Nevadan, Green
Dec. 30. S. S. Claudine, Parker from
Jan. 2, , S. Claudine,Parkerfrom jjj
Get a KODAK and join the fresh air
The one represented by Illustration is
Pocket-Folding No. 3. Price $17.00.
It takes you out of doors for good,
healthy exercise and is a pleasure that
will live after 3'ou have ceased taking
pictures. All sizes and all kinds at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
Dec. 2G, S. S. Claudine, Parker for
Jan. 2, S. S. Claudine, Parker for
Fraternal Society Notes.
Aloha Lodge Officers-Elcct.-
The following are. tho officers-elect
Of Aloha Lodge, No. 3 K. of P. of
Wailuku for the ensuing year:'
C. C, R. A. Wudsworth; V. C.. E,
M. Keeney; P., H. M. Coke; K. of R,
& S., W, S. Mountcastle; M. of. F.,
S. B. HarryjM. of E., C. H. G. Braun;
M. of A., J. H. Nelson; M. of W., J,
S. Coke; Trustees, H. Streubeck,
C. D. Lufkin and W. A. McKay
A public installation of tVe officers
will be held at Aloha Lodge, January
Y. M. I. Officers-Elect. f
The following officers have been
elected by the members of the Young
Men's Instituto to serve for the ensu
A. Enos, President; i, Vasconellos,
1st Vice President; T. Holstoin, 2nd
Vice President; Fr, Julian; Chaplair
R. & C. secy, Geo. B. Schrader; F.
secy, F. Mederios; Treasurer, A. J.
Rourigues; Marshall, J. K. Smythe;
I. S.. J. FreiVas; O. S., M. S. Olival;
Executive committee, L. R. Crook,'
C. R. Stnw, H. Meyor. (
Tho above ofriiWs vrl'l be installed
Jan. 2, lgk V
Oceanfc Time Table.
DATE ' NA3IE FIIOM
Jan. f Sonoma , Colonies
" C Sierra., S. F.
" G Nippon Muru..-; S. F.
" 8 Mlowera Victoria B. C.
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
. New Buildings, New Riqs, New Teams, New Magagement.
Th'e BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run;
I 11 A T
ia Rthn..tn R V H ,HH 1 y . V 1 V .ilrtllln ri I IN 1 1 1 n.S.N (ill VMM.
13 Aorangi Colonies
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
" 15 Alameda ...S. F,
" 15 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 10 Korea Yokohama
" 22 Coptic S. F,
" 23 Gael'. Yokohama
" 20 Ventura .....Colonies
" ,2G Nevadan S. F.
" 27 Sonoma...... . S. F.
" 30 Hongkong.Maru, .Yokohama
HACKS, Carriages, Bugles and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System o? Press Buttons.
Sevr cr.d first class rigs and teams, and compotont drivor
5 Sonoma S. F.
C Siena Colonies
" G Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 8 Miowcra Colonies
" 11 America Maru S. F.
" 13 Siberia Yokphana
" 13 Aorangi...... VicViria ;B. C.
" 15 Moana Colonics
" 10 Korea S F.
" 20 Alameda S. F.
" 22 Coptic Yokohama
" 23 Gaelic S.F.
" 20 Ventura.... ' ..S. F.
" 27 Sonoma,,, i. Colonies
I 3ft TTninrl.-rmn Mnrn I R 10
FSRE! JRIR!E FIRE!
IS YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR MERCHANDISE INSURED?
EF NOT? WHY NOT?
IN CASE OF FIRE, YOUL.D VOU BE A HEAVY
LOSERV WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE- POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD;
General Agents of Thq Insurance Co. of North America,
Thi tOnwr 7,onlnnfl Tnonvnnno Ct Thn Wnsnlioctfir Pirft In. ''4
surauco Co., Tb a Canton Marine Insuranco Co., J tidd Bldgji;
Honolulu, H. T. '-..v . , .
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