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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, March 12, 1904, Image 4',
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THE B1Q GROCERS
169 King St. Honolulu,
The Lewers & Cooke BIdg,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson: .... Vice President
C. D. Lufkin .Cashirti
Directors R. A. Wndsworth,
D. C. Linclsav.
.T. B. Castle was bookfd for Knlui-
lul by 'Wednesduv's boat.
L. von Tempsky of Makawno if-
doing grand jury duty this week.
Li. M. Ve Meson of T ahainn visited
Honolulu by last Saturday's steamer.
' Dr. Molony of Lahaiua paid a brlet
business visit to Wailuku on Thurs
W. H. Cornwell Jr. was u passenger
by last Saturday's Claudino to Honolulu.
Rev. O. P. Emerson
tho Claudine to pav a
eame over on
brief visit to
This llttlo i::to Is yours for tho aslslntf.
quire nt First National Hunk, Wulluku.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated , Undor the Laws
the Kepublic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .670,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
C. Jones Vice-President
C.'H. Cooke Cashier
K1. O. Atlinrirm Assistant, finshinr-
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney,
,T. A McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
K. ''. Bishop. 1
Tinnsnct n Gincrol Commercial
and Saving Buhiics,.
Holli ster Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drussor Medicine is r a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
' All first class stores ' handle
O. M. Atwoodof Hoffschlagor&Co.
is on Maui this week, stocking up the
W. F. Poguo of Kailua came in
town on Wednesday to servo ou tho
Deputy Sheriff Lindsey. of Lahaina
is in Wailuku this week, attending
Jarcd G. Smith of Honolulu was a
returning passenger from a brief in
spection tour at HanaTylast Satur
day's Claudine. ,
C. V. Sturtevantof Theo. H. Davies
& Co. is on Maui, having arrived by
t'.;e .Mnuna Loa.
Attorney John Richardson ot Lahai
na is in Wailuku this wecK, in attend
auco on court."
Attorney A. N. Hayselden of La
haina is in Wailuku this week, in at-
James A Thompson of Honolulu
officiating as short linnd reporter for
the Circuit Court.
S. A. D.Jones of the Uermania Life
came over "Wednesday to spend a
couple of weeks on Maui.
Attorneys Ashford, Correa and
Viv'as.arrived by Wednesday's Clau
dine, Jo attend, Circurt Com t.
George O. Cooper arrived on horse
back from ICaupo on Wednesday, and
has spent the wuek;Jii Wailuku.
Mrs. Herbert who has been visiting
Maui with her husband, left for Hono
lulu on last Saturday's Claudine.
Mr. and Mrs C. D. LufkinW Wai
luku visited Honolulu last Saturday,
Mr. Lufkin returning on Wednesday
Deputy Attorney GcneraHRawlins
and wife arrived by'Tuesday'sMauna
Loa. and will remain during court
Gus Schumann, Ltd. of Honolulu,
arrived on Wednesday's Claudine and
spent tho week amotig the horsemen
E. E. Hartman, chemist at Waialua
Plantation, Oahu, arrived by Thurs
day morning's Kinau, to spend some
days on Maui.
F. H.Jordan, who has the contract
for 'tho Wailuku sehoolhousc, came
over on Wednesday, and a't once pro
cecded to businer.
Dr. W. J. McGettigan,Governmeiit
Physician, und Depu(y Sheriff Witt
rock of Huna arrived by last Satur
day's Claudine, to attend Circuit
Court at Wailuku.
Major Milsaps of the Salvation
Army will rconduct a ten day cam
paignon Maui, assis ted .by Oflicerdin
charge. The program of the cam
paign is "as follows: Waihco, Mar. 16
Knhului Mar. 17; Pain. Mar. 18; Wal
luku, Mar. 19; Foreign Church, Paia,
Mar. zl), (sunuuy morning); Wailuku'
Mar. 20, (.Sunday evening); Hatna
kuapoko, Mar. 22; Lahaina. Mar. 25
Tho major will speak at all meetings
Open an crercises will precede nl'
meetings, and a hearty invitation to
all is extended.
Some people like serious music,
some prefer it otherwise.
If you like good, lively, frisky
ragtime, with a plnky-panky-poo
puggps'ihn of a bnnjo accomparii-i
incut, tlie Crown piano, with bnht
jo, harp arid mandolin effects, is
' tho one for you. . " ' 1
It is a good, sound, sensible
piano, not to be told from others
in its claxs, but press the love'
and it immediately gives forth r
tone that sets your feot tapping,
and your Hps puckering for q
Bergstrom Music Cp.1
Conccft at Alexander House.
On this (Saturday) evening, March
12, at 7:45 there will bo a concer
given at Alexander House, admission
adults, 35 cents; children, 15 cents
Members of classes applying for
tickets before Saturday evening 25
The following programme may bo
expected. Song, Hawaiian Male
Quartette; team Solo, Mr. Man Hoy
Strlug Trio, Messers Brown, Rogers
and Welch; Song, Japanese children'
Yco Hin;Soo. Mr. Ching Chau, Sam
Sen; Duet I, Japanese girls; Song,
Male Quartetto; Cornet Solo, Mr,
CD. Lufkin; Piano Solo, Mrs. Haysel
dep; Quintette, Chineso men; Song,
,Malo Quartette; String Trify Messrs
Brown, Rogers iid Welch; Flute
Solo, Mr. Cbing Tong; Song. Quar
Honolulu Haiuior Entrance. H. T.
Notice is hereby given that the
Contractor for the dredging now in
progress in Honolulu Harbor has
placed, temporarily, three single piles
on .hc eastern slue oi the channel
li-adlng into Honolulu Harbor1. A
fired red light- will be exhibited on
nch of these beacon9 between sun-
sot and sunrise. Vessels should pass
them on the starboard hand on en
By order of the Light-Board
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieut. -Commander, U. S. N.,
Assistant Inspector Twelfth Light
Paris, Mar. 8, The Japanese nav
al department officially announced
that thirteen Russian warships ihavo
been injured since hostilities began.
Tokio, Mar. 7. It is believed that
the Vladivostok squadron is near the
Sumen river, southwest of Vladivos
tok along the Korean border. These
ships are believed to be covering tho
movements of troops. Russia is" stead-
ly increasing its military force north
6;' the Yalu liver.
Minneapolis, Feb. 20. The Slough-
ton Wagon Company, which recently
shipped 500 army wagons in several
lots to Kusslan ports on ttin Facilic,
has been notified from St. Petersburg
that the last shipment fell into the
hands of Japanese1. The dispatch docs
not state the size of the shipment.
Tho S. S. Rosecrans, sailed for San
Francisco with 2210 bunches of bana
nas from this port. Tho Enterprise,
which' is on tho board to sail on Tues
day, will carry another la i go ship
ment of fruit. Hilo Tribune.
About the beginning of this month
the rate on steerage passengers from
San Francisco to. the Orient will
again, bo cut by the Pacific Mail and
allied companies. In view of the
prospect of war in the Far East,
there is a question whether the cut
ting of rates will extend to freight, as
heretofore, for in the event of hos
tilities the ordinary rate will be so
high that both tho Pacific Mail and its
allies and the China Commercial Com
pany may profit by carrying big car-
oes to the Orient. Flour and other
foodstuffs are expected to bo much in
demand on the Asiatic coast.
Vessels In Port--Kahulul
Am. Seh. Rosamond, Fernald, from
Am. Seh. Kona, Dinsmore, from
Mar. 8, S. S. Lehua, Napala, from
Mar. 0, S. S. Claudine, Parker,'
Mar. 12. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
from Hana. ,,
Mar. 5, Am. Ssh. Foongh Suey
wuietts, l.dou tons sugar, for jCSdw
Mar. 8, S. S. Lehua. Nnpala, for
Mar. y, fc. UUudmc, Jfnrker,
Mar. 10, S. S. Nevadan, Green, for
S. F., 68,800 bags sugar.
Mar. 12, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG
It would pay
vou to investigate tho mutual investment
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO!
whose policies provide for au ANNUAL DIVIDEND which
used to reduce tho premium or to increase tho face value
policy,' at tho option of the insured.
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two vcars, Guaranteed paid up in
surance, and guaranteed cash surreuder values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
The ATTENTION ot the The Maui"
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far
finest Carriage Repository m the Iblands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
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Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROJI
Mar. 3 "China S. F,
" 5 Siberia Yokohama
8 Sonoma , . Colonies
" 9 Sierra S. F
" 12 Doric ; , . '.S. F.
" 15 Coptic.. Yokohama
" 17 Miowera. . . , .' Colonics
" 18 Alameda S. F.
" 22 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 23 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 26 Nevadan. S. F.
" 20 Ventura...". Colonies
" 20 Siberia :.S.F.
30 Sonoma S. F.
31 Korea Yokohama
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
2 Alumcda...,. S. F.
3 Nevadan S. F.
3 China , YoKolmma
5 Siberia S. F.
8 Sonoma.' :..S. 1.
9 Sierra , Colonies
12 Doric Yokohama
15 Coptic,.....' S.F.
17 Mloweua-. . . ..Victoria. B.. 11.
22 Nippon Maru. .. . Yokohama
23 America Maru S. F.
23 Alameda S. F.
20 Ventura ...S.F.
29 Siberia Yokohama
30 Sonoma Colonies
31 Korea..:..' '.S. F.
New Buildings, New Rins, New Teams, New Maqacjejient.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
. . &
LIVERY, BOARD qnd SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, ugjjies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System oi Press Buttons.
i.ev onu nrsl class lugsTanuvtbams, and competent driver,..
IS YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR MERCHANDISE INSURED?
IR NOT? WSHV NOT? .
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IN CASBOPFIRE, WOUliDYOU BE A HEAVY
LOSER',' WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Gonei'al Agents of The lifs&uqcCo. of. North Ameriui,
The New Zealund Ins u rancejgp ftTjio Weschestor Fire In-.
surance Co., The Canton Mafitiailnsurunp.Q Co., Judd Bldg,
Box 570", . Honoutsc-
Honolulu, H. T.