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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, January 09, 1904, Image 4',
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LEWIS & CO., LTD.
THE BIG GROCERS
King St. The Lewers & Conl.o
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Kobinson Vice President
CD. Lutkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsay.
Transacts a general banking bus
iness. Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, Prance, Germany,
'Canada, China, Japan and Honolulj.
.. Makes collections pi omptly and at
.. AOWS INTEREST ON DE-
I - l---l (If f. i I , .
Loans monay 'on approved personal
securities. . . ,
Special arrangements withA..out o
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid iu Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic ol Hawaii.
CAPITAL. . . . : $000,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
P. C. Athcrtnn Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse. E. D. Tennev.
J. A MeCantlless, C. H. Atherton,
E K Bishop.
'linnsuct a General Commercial
and Savings Business
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of tire SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
o jr gcod.s.
Some ppnj le like sor'nu' music,
some )ifcr it utla-i wise.
If you like goo 1, lively, ft'is-ky
nigtime. with n pinkv-pnnky-poo
suggest ion of n hnnjn accompani
ment. tlieC'-own pluno, with ban
' ',ij'ii.hrp and iiiiindo'.in effects, ii.
the one for you.
Tjt is n goof1, sound, senfiihfb-
piano, not to he told frrm otlip-'r.
ju its diss, lint urcs the low
and it iiniiiediatcly gives fortft
tine that sets your feot tapping
and your lips )Lckeing fon su
frrzL'-i Music Co.
f k, Si ', T3nvnr.rr.'i
Mr. W. M. iMitp.mtin 'Itte befii tp
pniiucn deputy hertft in Unnii.
MrGeoi,'4e 'B. rtvln twli'r " linn
appointed dei'Uty uM--r'i ui
Uchool lnnpriMoi' C. VV. i v in .f
Hilo arrived from Ilmiuiulu by Wen
nesday s boat.
Attorney D. II. Citno tkil; rui. to
Honolulu last wouk returiiii on y eu
Mr. B. P. LewiS, formur inunuger
of I lie Maul Hotel left Tot huuululu
by iast Saturday's 'Claudine.
Solomon tlule lias beep appointed
road supervisor for H'uiluku Uistricf
What was the matter wlO Maxwell?
The, muby friitiUs ot Chuilus li.
C cKett'aiu inucli pleased wiilrtii.--apl'Oi
lament as deputy sheiitl at La
Mr. Harold T. llayseldcn of the
D.tvid Lawrence 'iobuceo Co., was on
Maui tins week, leaving for Honolulu
Mrs. G. B. Robertson ol Wuiluku
spent Christmas with friends at
Yiuka, California, in the midst of u
Auditor L. R. Crook has appointed
Mr. A. G. Dickens as hia deputy. Mr,
D.Cnctis is a lir.tt-clatts accountant)
and will keep his books straight.
C. Couradt and R. W. Shingle of
Honolulu were passengers-to Maulou
the Ciacdiuc, piobably to look up
iht-ir sheep ranch on Kahoolawc.
Cashier C. D. Lulkiu of the First
National Bank of Wuiluku was a vis
itor to Honolulu on last Saturday's
Claudine, returning on Wednesday.
Mr. H. E.Pickerof the Pacitic Mut
lul Life came over to Maui this week
and will probably spend the next ten
days here, in the interests of his com
pany. Itiss-aid lhatS. Ah Mi, the Kaliului
banker is opposed to the candidacy of
Wuilluim Safferj as deputy sheriff,
which of itself is the strongest rccom
mendatioa for Mr. Saffery.
Mayor Matt MeCanu of Lahaina
was a visitor in Wuiluku this week,
and is enthusiastic over the outlook
in Lahaina for an ear movement, to
build a wharf to deep water.
' Mr. L, M. Vellesen of Lahaina has
been appointed deputy 'tax assessor
for Wuiluku District. Ho is a com
petent man for the jo-jition, unci his
appointment reflects credit on Kalei.
Judge Charles Copp of Mukawao
was in Wuiluku this week, and states
that bu was offered tho salary of his
office if he weuld take the homo rule,
oath, which he of course .declined to
Dr. "Weddick of Wailuku is favora
bly Fpoken of as county Physician, and
Dr. R. H. Dinegar ot Puunene for
maiine and sanitary physician. Both
appointments would be highly satis
factory. LAHAINA LINES.
The policemen's ballon New Year's
Eve was quite successful. On New
Year's Day a luuti was served in the
Mr. Campbell and other members' of
the Lahaina Club gave a pleasant'
party on New Year's night at the
Club House. Refreshments were 'pro
vided by the ladies.
A series of New Year's perfor
mances were given at the Japanese
Sessions of the public school.3 we're
resumed on. Monday morning'.
After a three da3-s' rest the Pio
necr Mill started up again on Mon
day morning. '
Misses Blanch nnd Maud Horner,
Mrs. TXenning, Miss Emma Henning,
Teddio and the baby, took passage
for Honolulu on Saturday night's
steamer. Tho other Ilcnning child
ren will soon follow, and thoy will
nttriid school in the city.
AVillardMcCann has met with throe
ai-eidunl"! recently. Wl.iilo in the
water v got beyond his depth, and
was rescued oy Reidar 01(en. ("Wil
tard's hand was badly cut. by a( roll-
ling barrel, and his horso bocamo un
Mr. tjilva and his family wcro driv
ini down tho 'Lahainaluila road on
fSundpy. Tho.haruess broke and t
ca rse was frightened. No seriouoin-
V . I
Plui.s nro beioir prepared for twd
dormitories for 100 (mivs. at the La
hamaluna Industrial School; lso for"
a class-room building. Tho contract
has been let. for building a rottagc
for the pi lnelp'il. All these buildings
wil have th latest improvement,
Ai'iiiir.il Cooper's squadron arrived
at Mtil ii.y Islands at iipou yesterday
a"d departeii for Guam at 5 in the
dftcinoon. The squadron arrived in
tact, l In- llogship NcwOrleunsstund
i.iy ch.-i in while Raleigh' Albany a'ld
i iMfiiin.1 1 1 stood out quite a istancr.
L lu N' w Orleai'S sent a boat ashorti
with mini anil supplies for the cab e
coIiki. and took away mail which will
iio cmrii'd to Guam and thence to
Manila, unless a vessel is encountered
at Guam heading for Honolulu.
As. tar can be learned there was'no
Change in tile destination of the
cruiser.-, despite the rumors of war
beiwei'ii Japan slid Russia, and they
will continue on to Cavite.
The officer in charge of tho boat
reported all well mi bor.ril the vessels
of the Mi:iiilroji. Advertiser.
Amoi g the passengers who arrived
from Manila in tne transport Sheridan
this morning is'Captau A. W: Cutiin
of the United Statts Murine Crops
who has been assigned to duty at the
Naval Station here. Captain Catlin
will remain hei'o awaiting tho arrival
of the detachment of marines which is
to be stationed here. He has been on
active set vice in the Philippines.
H. H. Picker, the insurauce man,
has bought the second-class yacht;
Dewey, owned bv Chris. Johnson, lie
will lit her up and run her iu lirst-elass
Wilder's new steamer. L.ikclike, the
second of that namu in the com
pany's fleet, will probably arrive at
Honolulu from Sun Francisco about
March 1. The Like'ike is a vessel ol
100 tons.- Advertiser.
Cyrus T. Green balled for Tacuna
on the Mathew Turner with a ship
ment of 40,000 -empty bottles;
Capt. Treonor of the Ariel and
Capt. Treat or of the Mathew Turner,
both in port this week, are brothers.
.The Hawaiian Dredging Company,
which is engaged in dredging the
channel, has requested all steam
ship companies and masteis of ves
sels, during the time the dredger is at
work, to signal the-appj-oach of
steamers by four whistle blasts, in
order tc give the dredger men time in
which to look after their moorings and
thus prevent entanglements. Ad
vertiser. Vessels in Port--Kaluitut
Am. Sch, Ariel, Trcanor, from
Newcastle, coal.. ... i
Jan. 0. S. S. Claudine, Parker from
Jan (!, Am. ,.Sch.. Ariel, Treapor,
53 days from Ncwcastlecoal..
Jan. 0, S. S... Claudine, Parker fro.i'n
Jan. 4, S..S. Npvadnr, Green,. for
S. F.. 45,300 bags sugar. ' , ,, ;
4.jn, G, S.. S. Claudine, Pai;ketr..ff?r
. Jan,i8(.Ani. Scb. Mathew- Turner,
Trcanor, for'rTatoma. , . ;
Jan. 0,'SJ S'.' Claudhie,iPirkcr for
Honolulu. ' ' "
Oecanic Time "'fabie.
DA'i'K NAME ' ' "'i'nOM" '
Jan. 5 Sonoma .'.i i..;. i.'iniJelonlesi
" (! Sierra S. F,
" G Nippon Maru ..'. S. F.
" 8 Miowera Victoria B. C.
" 11 American Maru... Yokohama
" 13' Siberia'.' '. V. S: F.
" i;i','Arirangi.". '. ".'.
" 15' Alameda, . . .
, . . ;'. Yokohama
. . .'..Yokblia'ma
. . . . '..'Colonies
" 15 Moana.,. .f.
. " Hi Korea'. . .'. . .
"' 22 Coptic ".
" 23 Gaelic.
" 21! Ventura....
" 2G Nevadan. .
' ' S' F
" 30 Hongkong Marii.i YokYiham'a
I . ' i . ' (1 ) i '
.'FOR - -N -J. w.t A""
Jan. 5 Sonoma, . .,-..,vJv:.,. . . ,..J-,
" h Siena ..jj.plonies
" (i Nippon laru, ..pkoiiama
11 8 Mio.wera. .?.v.Cploniis
" 11 America M(ru. , ...... .S. F.
" IU Siberia . ... .....Y.ok.ohana
" 111 Aorangj. . . .1 Victoria ;B. C,
15 Moana ...polonies
. ' 1(5 Korea. . . .
" 20 'Alameda. .
-'" 22 Coptic,..
" 2(i Ventura..
.-" 27 Sonoma...
" 3Q llengkpiig Maru
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAMM'YOUNG CO., LTD, Agentsj
It would pay vou to investigate
The MUTUAL LIFE
whose policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which mav ba M
used to reduce tho premium or to increaso the fuce value of tho
policy, at the option of the insured.
Other Leading Features Are "
Guaranteed cash loans after two
surancc, and guaranteed cash surreuder values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Ter. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited .to tho full
line of HACKS, B(TGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers, carried
G. Schumann, Ltd. j
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Carriago Repository in the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
g nonoiuiu Fnoto supply Co. sv
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 3
71 mmimmumuiuiu iumma immmii
t - Successor to 1
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
1 New BuildiKo's, New Rigs,'
The BIS'MARk STABLES Co. propose-to '"riift
the Leading Livery Stable Business on MauL
LIVERY. BOARD and SALES STABLES
' ., - 7. f .. :
'' HACKS, Cqrrioeg; Busies and Saddle Horses ...
at all Hours. A New System o? Press Buttons.
: v Si v.. ; i d f rfct-class rigs
I& YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR' MERCHANDISE INSURED?
IF MOT? AHY NOT?.
IN CASE OF'FlREr WOULD YOU BE A HEAVY
nonnii . . i m i A". I ... . mnn IMLTIIn. krjn nM I..
THE HONILULij 'INVESTMENT ;C0i, LTDil
General Agents of Tho Insurance Co, of- North America, ,;
Tits Now Zealand Insuruno
surauco Co.. Tito Canton Murine Insunince'Co., ,tudd BldgAp
tho mutual investment contract'
; "ii-. -TJ
years, Guaranteed paid up in-V
BISHOP St., HONOLULU
A POCKET KODAK I,
Get a KODAK and join the fresh air
The one represented by illustration is
. Pocket-Folding No. 3. Price $17.50.
It takes you out of-doors for good,.
healthy exorcise and is a .pleasure that
, will live after you have'eeased takiug,
pictures. All sizes and all kinds at
. 3.-.' v,l
New Teams, New Maqagejient. . .
and teams, n.ntl cumpotont 'driVer-
Co., 'lhe Weschester Firo In-1