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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, March 19, 1904, Image 4',
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Bnclf After nn Absence of Years.
oan BsrHad at the office of the
N fi W5s LEWIS
In French and German Nlckle,,
Spice Cabinets and Salt
Roach and Insect Proof.
Ham and Fish Boilers
Heavy Royal Steel Ware.
Heavy cast-Iron, old fashioned,
Tne lowest prices In the Island?
THE BIG GROCERS
The Lowers & Cooke. Bldg,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wudsworth,
D. C. Lindsay;
Wo also have a complete and up-
to-date hno of Job Type and arc pre
pared to do
Tlits little safe Is yours for tho asking.
qulro at FlrU National Bank, Wulluku.
Dr. McConkoy of Paia visited Wab
luku on Monday.
Hon.S. Kcliinol returned from Hon
olulu by Wednesday's Claudine.
W. H. Cornwell. Jr. returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday's Claudine.
J. J. Walsh of Kahului took a flyer
to Honolulu on Monday's Muuna Loa.
W. F. Pogue and George O.Cooper
left for Kallua on Thursday morning.
Ml'. James Robertson of Honolulu
spent some days at Wailuku this
W. A. Conway of Theo. H. Davis &
Co. i? placing drygoods with the Maui
Mis. W. H. Cornwell, Sr. was a
passenger tu JMaui on eunesday s
W. R.Engleof the Paia Plantation
Sloro paid a business visit'to Wailuku
Deputy Attorney General Rawlins
and his wifoloft for Honolulu by last
W. Berlowitz. tlso well known com
mercial traveller is doing business on
Maui thiswcelc. ,
Mrs. Chas. D. I.ulkln of Wailuku
returned from Honolulu on Wednes
Attorney John Richardson of La
haina came over on Wednesday's
Claudine, to attend Court.
B. K. Kaiwiaea, the principal of
the Hana Grammar spent the early
part of tho week in Wailuku.
Attorney Ashford took a spin to
Honolulu on Saturday evening, re
turning on Wednesday morning.
Mr. E. K. Bull, acting manager of
Hana Plantation was a visitor to
Honolulu by Saturday's Claudine.
Harold Hnyselieii, the cigar man
is on Maui this Week handing his welt
known, and popular lines of cigars.
Major Mihsap of the Salvation Army
came over on xuesiays Kinau, to
eonduct a week's campaign on Maui.
Treasurer A; N. Kepoikni was a
visitor to Wailuku by Wednesday's
steamer, returning to Honolulu to
Deputy Sheriff H. R. Hitchcock of
came over on the Lehua on Monday
in connection with Circuit Court bus-insss.
Major John Milsaps, who visited
Maui about ten years ago and wrote
descriptive articles of his travels for
the Salvation Army War Cry, has
returned to Maul aiiaiu for a brief
visit to the local Salvationists Dur
nlng his stay tho ft'ajor will conduct
sevtces as follows: Friday 18th March,
7.30 p. m. in the Portuguese chuch at
Paia. Subject: What Shall I do to be
Saved? Wailuku Saturday 7.30 p.m.
in the Army hall on Market St. Sub
ject: Christ the Son of God. Paia
Sunday 10.30 A. M. in the Foreign
church, Subject: Power of the Christ-
Life. Wailuku, Sunday, 7.30 in Kaa
humanu church, Sfibject: Faithful to
Hamakuapopo, 7.30 p. m. Tuesday,
22nd Sovlcc in the nativo church.
Waikapu, Thursday, 24th, 7.30 p. m,
service urobably in the native
Lahaina Friday, 7.30, p. m. in the
Kindorgarden, -Subject: Recollections
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
the Kepublic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke.. Cashier
F. C. Athertou Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tennev,
J. A McCandioss, C. II. Atherton,
E. K Bishop.
Tiansact a Conorr! Commercial
and Savings Business.
Honolulu Hamioii Entrance. H. T.
Nntiuc is hereby given that, the
Outside Entrance Bell Buoy, (or An
chorage Buoy), Honolulu, T. H., here
tofore reported removed for repairs,
has been replaced in its old position,
and the spar buoy temporarily mark
ing its position, removed.
'By order of the Llght-Baard
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lleut.-Commander, U. S. N.,
BEFORE INSURING j
It would pay you to Investigate tho mutual investment contract
of the '
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO." j'
whose policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may bo
used to reduce, tho premium or to increase the face valuo of the
policy, at the option of the insured. '
Other Leading Features Are J
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed paid up In- f
surance, and guaranteed cash surreuder values. 'j
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii,'
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative. .
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
Assistant Inspector Twelfth Light line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN-
n,,. niutrint iYtJUUE anu two-wneeiers carneu
.. ... . , by
Guam. March li. xne caoie-smp
Scotia, bound for Honolulu via Guam
and Midway, went ashore today on
SpriTr'M,,,,n.Eea,Ad. ' G. Schumann, Ltd.
hnnrrl tlin hnttleshiM
Kentucky will leave for home on the .Now Jocated in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the'
13th. The Admiral will go by way of finest Carriage Repository in the Islands. ,
All works executed in a
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Mm er Medicine' is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
AH first clacs stores handle
When in need of Printing
ol any kind
&m US A CALL
Mr. Hugh Robertson of Molokai,
who hr.s been serving on the grand
jury left for Molokai on Tuesday
Contractor Jordan arrived oil Wed
nesday from Honolulu, and the build
ing of Wailuifu's new schoolhouso is
now urdcr way.
"Bills" Green, the popular travel
ling man tor m. lJhlllips & (Jo. came
over this week, and will be, with
the Maui merchants for another
W. T. Kubinson, E. IT. Rogers,
Edgar Morton and J. G. CulMou were
admitted to practice law in tho Dis
trict Courtsof Maui, at the present
term of court.
E. P. Chapin of Honolulu returned
from liuelo by Saturday's Claudine.
having gone there to secure a ecu
tract for furnishing gravel for
cementing the big ditch tunnels.
Deputy Attorney Gonor.il Finning
arrived by Tuc-'day night's Kinau,
w hyii wiif expeote 1 to take D.-puty
A ttornuy General Rawlins to Hawaii,
hut necessary instructions failed to
arrive in time to enable Mr. Rawlins
to catcli the Kin.ni.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
Halifax, March 14. The steamer
Propatria is reported missing. She
has sixty passengers aboard mciua-
of wea'th v Parisians.
ship Company was filed.in the Federal
Court this afternoon by Grcnevieve
Dowsctt to recover damages amount.
iug to $442. The caso involves the
loss overboard of Miss Dowsett bag
gage when taking passage on the
Kinau from Maui. Bulletin.
Am. Sch. Kona, Dinsmore, from
Mar. Hi, S. S. Claudiue, Parker,
Mar. lit. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 12, Am. Sell. Rosamond, For
nald, for Elcelo to complete her
caruo. (towed out by tug "Leslie
Mar. 12, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 19, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
for Honolulu. ,
1 Perhaps you are not aware of ZS
Z OUR excellont facilities for" v Z2
; doing" this work. If you want " 2
; up-to-dat.ework for the least
: money you will come to US. S
2 A handsome assortment of
: new mouldings -has just been 3!
z received. rJ
: MonoSoIu Photo Supply Go. 3
i NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Siime pen) lolil.fserl.iusiuu.sie,
sotne pii'fcr it nlherw i.-i.
If you like genii, lively, fiUky
ragtime, with a pinkv-pnnKy-poo
f-uggcs'iim of iv bai:j') uvfompani
ment, the Crown piano, wilh 'ban
j , litit-p and mando'in eflrel, is
live one for you.
It is a good, sound, nrtieii'lo
piano, not Id be told fnmi mherd
In its cIjxs, but pre.i.-- ihu leve
and it immediately gives fort'.i f
liMeihat fi ts ynur f. ot tapjirg,
and your lips puckeni.g for a
Bfergstroffl Music Co.
Onoofthoold dormitories of the
Lnhainaluna industrial bchool was
taken dow.i last week; and the otliir
will probably bo demolished before tho
close of thh week. "When thesoare
both down," fays Principal Mac
Donald, "wo will begin at tho class
room building. We aro gelling the
lle ready for lite contj actor to put
up tho mnv buildings. Two new mules
wore shipped to us on tlin Lehua,
from tin' fJoard of Education,"
Thu ptay entitled "Timbara" was
announced for Monday evening at the
rupiiiifHP theatre tent It was most
!y lu Englii-h, so that t''tin-lation was
C'oiiderable raih fell on Monday
Mrs. 01en h is roe'entiy enleflaiu
ed Mrs, Scott of Kih'et; and also Miss
Doftild who eamc from Scotland a
year ago, and has beeu tho guest of
Mrs. Black at Hilo. Miss Donald,
her murried sister and three children
will.rpturn to their native land la May.
BismarSc Stable CMpany9 Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU j
New Buildings, New Rins, New Teams, New Maqaqemekt.
The BiSMARK STABLES Co. propose to rjun
- 12 Done, :.....-.s.f. the Leading Livery Stable Business onMaui.,
" 15 Coptic Yokohama .
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME fUOM
Mar. 3 China ...b,
f Siberia Yokohama
S Sonoma Colonics
9 Sierra , .-.S. F
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
17 Miowera Colonies
18 Alomedn S. F.
1,0 vri .,., Air...., 5 1,1
a : ;:..Yi; "ACKS, CaJas, BUe& and Saddle Ilorsea
20Nevadan S. F. at all Hours. A New System oS Press Buttons,
211 Ventura Colonies
2!) Siberia ' S. F. itfev ord first class rigs ami teams, nn.-l competent driver
30 Sonoma S. F.
31 Korea Yokohama
2 Alameda '. .S. F.
3 Nevauan S. F.
3 China YoKohnma
5 Siberia, S. F.
8 Sonoma S. F.
0 Slerta Colonies
15 Coptic , S.F.
17 Mioweua Victoria. B. li.
22 Nippon MnVu. . . . Yokohama
23 America Mar u S.F.
23 Alameda S. F.
20 Ventura S. F.
20 Siberia Yokohama
30 Sonoma Colonies
31 Kirna S. F.
IS YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD, ,
GOODS OR A1IZKOHANDISE INSURED?"
BR NOT? .WHY NOT?
IN CASEOt3 FlRWoULD YOU HE A HEAVY
LOSERV WlT;i'dU'0 P1RE 1NSURANCH POLICY.
KONOiULff'lNYESTMENT C9., LTD.
General .Aggrjtsof Tho Insurance Co, of Nortu Am'eriea,
. The Newealand Insurance' Co., The Weschester Fire In-
jjo.jyi'ne uantou Marine msuranceuo., juaauiag,
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