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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, August 06, 1904, Image 4',
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NOTICE TO MARINERS-HAWAI
IAN-KAN AH ENA POINT LIGHT-
STATION, ISLAND OF MAUI.
(Lis df Lights and Fog Signals, Pa
cific Cont-t and Hawaiian Islands,
1004, page 54, No. 2G0)
Notice is hereby given that, on 20
Julvl904. the intensity of the light
heretofore shown at tho KANAKE-
NA POINT LIGHT STATION, 1SL-
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Pacific Coast and Hawuiiau Islands,
1904, page 54, Nos. 2C2 and 2G3.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co,
QL AGENTS : :.
Payl Jones, Cutt$
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour, in Wailuku.
pCKSj BUGGlE?, ADDLE HORSES
' (ft A LI, HOURS
ConypyanQeij Meet All Steamers
BISMARK STABLES CO. Ltd
WAIL 17 LU, MAUI
and SALES STABDES
Mr. sml Mrs. George Mas Held will return
from Honolulu next Wednesday.
Attorney J. M. Vivas ol Wnllulm arrived from
I Honolulu on Wednesday mornlnc.
Cunrlcs Ony of Lanal wns n passenger by
Saturday's steamer for Honolulu.
Miss E. Lindsay of Haiku, wlio has been visit
Ing Honolulu returned on Wednesday.
Auditor D. I). Murdoch of A. & D. was a pas.
senger to Maul by Wednesday's steamer.
L. D. Townc, Q. II. Unrton nnd T. A. Hays
booked for Maul by Wednesday's Claudtnc.
Mrs. W. A. McKay Is expected to return from AND OF MAUI, T. H., WUS in
ner vacation trip to Honolulu noxt Friday. creased by substituting a liXPtt Wtllte
Hon. H. p. Baldwin wos in Woliuku onThurs- lns lantern light in place of the flx-
day morning, Interviewing Hie tax assessor. I'd White ordinary lamp light lorrner-
H. Cannon, solo agen'. for tho Monumental My shown. Oil the same date tho ap-
Bronzo Co. leaves Lalialna this afternoon for poarnnce Of Ihe light structure was
Honolulu. changed by removing the upper por-
c. d. Lufkin was a visitor to Honolulu by Hon of the lamp house surmounting
Saturday's Claudlne. returning on Wednesday the structure down to tho level Ol
morning. the lower sill of tho windows, at which
Mrfc. 11. c. Haivorsen. who hoi spent several heicrht a ulatform wus built from
months on tho const, roturnea to Maui Dy which the lens luutrrn IS WW CXIUO-
yesterday's Likoiike. ited." The entire structure was also
' I . ...
Tho cnBaomontof Mr. V. K. Hayselden of white wnS.lPU. The Heht now 111U-
Lahalno and Miss KatUerlno Markham otKau. Ujjiudpg t,ne entire horizon and isvis-
Hnwoll is announood. ihle at a distance of 10 miles. Its
j, n. s. Williams, chiof cngincor at puunono height udovo mean sea level remains
Mill returned on Wednesday from a two weeks saniei
observation tour on Oaim. vATUTATMTrAT dawat?. TrawT.
K. A. Wadsworth of tbo Maul Soda & Ico STATION. ISLAND OF MOT OKAl.
vrorKB iook run w nuuu.uiu o.m,u.w.u- . T . , i;.
George A. Daldwln, who superintended tho
xnnotriirttnn nf the lower end of tho bin ditch
left for Honolulu by last Saturday's boat. NotlCO IS hereby given that, 00 &l
ith Howell. Civil Engineer, was doing some July 190, the intensity Of the lights
a I . . 1 . . I Tf A TTt A
survey work during the early part of tho week nerelOIOl'O snown at tno iYil U JN A-
in connection with tho new wharf at McGregor' KAKA1 RANG Hi LdOrtir-bi'ATlON
andinB. FRONT AND REAR, ISLAND OP
Messrs w. t. Robinson, t. d. Lyons nnd J. I MULOKAI, was increased by sub.
L. Coko reached Lahaina eavly yesterday mom' I StltUtlUg new pOSt lantern lights in
lng on tho Likeiike, nnd drove over to Woliuku place of the former post lantern
in the forenoon. lights. No change was made in the
Miss Mary Chiiiingwortb, daughter of Hon. s. height, characteristic or appear-
fc Chilllngworth, nrrlved by Wednesday's unco Of these lights.
steamer to visit menus in itauuiui, wnuuuu JJTJNAKAKAI HARBOR. ISL-
ana womopu. e Awn DP MflLflTfAT
t -u. ti T nt.nlnL t lei t nA TIT a 1 1 n tr nn I
iiB.D. 1vu11uuii.auu.uu .....v XT-it-.. !o tin rh .t ill von tVint. in nAA.
iirutn..tt fn n ttnnA ttin inntnrMM nf nnnirrn. I J ts
inuuvouaj u..vu-.- -! ujinrai v nnnv f..
..ailnnM Ministers for the district including "uu lu l"u ' " - "vu x iu.
Maui, Moiokal and Lanal. morljr marking the approach to KA-
who has spent tho last two weeks In Honolulu OP MOLOKAI, T. H., missing pre-
returned on Wednesday accompanied by Edwin VIOUS to 1 January 1UU4, the
K.. Sonny nnd e. 11. Hart iir. BLACK BOU YS formerly marking
John Kidwoli ot Honolulu, who ranks high m the westerly side of the channel are
masonlo circles, came to' Maut by Tuesday's now alSO missing, ana the UUl'JiK
Mauna Loa, in connection with the proposed I CHANNEL BOUY, nun, red, mark'
organization of n masonic lodge on Maul. ing the easterly side of the entrance
Mr. j.g. Rothwcii of Peacock & Co., Honolu to the harbor has drifted from its
lu, accompanied by Attorney e. Mott-Smith, position and is now 150 yards E. by
camo over by Tuesday's Kinau, to attend a g 0( t,n0 position of the former
hearing in tho Estate of Louis Way, dee'd of FAIR V AY BOUY. as shown on
Moiokal. I TT O Pnnrt.TsTn 17fl1. Thnso hmivs
Prof. Gcorgo Hunt Barton nnd party arrived wji jjQ replaced in their proper posi-
by Wednesday's Claudlne, andvisiteatinioaua- SQOn ag practicable.
1 n.n.V in malm n rrnrlrrrn 1 ufllflvnf (hn I
.nrtnr,ulctCr. Thev will spend Saturday By order of the Light-House Board,
and Sunday In Wailuku. A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant- Commander, U. S. N.
Acciatnnf. tn tlin Tnsrpft.ni- nf t.Vin
.--I,, , - r
SerVlGeS at lSiailCl UlUrClieS Twelfth Light-House District.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAMMYOUNG CO., LTD, Agents
It would pay you to investigate tho mutual investment contract
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
whoso policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may be
used to reduce tho premium or to increaso the face value of tho
policy, at the option of the insured.
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, 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 General Smoke of the
General Public is the
I GENERAL ARTHUR CIGAR 1
Sold by all progressive deal
ers throughout the Islands
Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co.,
j uiscriDutors Q
Oompptent Guides to lao and
Stages leave Wailuku daily at 1:30 P.M.
" Lahaina , 8:30 P.M,
Antone do Rego,
Your Brand of
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
(JUoico Wine for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proi-rietoh
WAILUKU FRUIT MARKET
Fresh California Fruits
aud Vegetables Every
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Leaving; Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
Stt Anthony's Church, Wailuku.
Sunday Sevvices. Coramunion,C:00
A. M. Children's Mass, 8:30 A. M.
Instruction in Euglish. Second-Mass,
10:00 A. M. Instruction in English
and Portuguese followed by beuedic
Vessels in Port
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to lao and Hale-
akala with competent guides
Aug. 1, S. S. Whit'tier, iDickson,
from Alcatrar, Santa Barbara, via
tion. Catechism, daily, 'J:UU to l':dU Kihei, 11,000 bbls, oil.
A. M. during school term. Aug. 3, S. S. Claudiue, Parker, g
CARRIAGE & WAGON REPAIRER
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
DAN. T. CAREY
Aug. G, S.
The Church of the Good Shepherd, f r0m'Haiia
NEW TEAMS '
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Sundays at 7 A. M. 2nd Sunday at
11 A. M. Matins & Sermon al 11 A.
M. Children's Service, 1st Sunday
Aug. U, S.
for S. F.
Aug. 3, S.
Aug. C, S.
Market Street Wailuku
' ANTONE E-0RBA, ' Prop.
at 2 P. M. Evensong and Sormon at Honolulu.
Puuneno, 7:30. Holy Days, Holy
Communion at 7 A. M. Daily, Matins
S. Whittier, Dickson,
S. Claudlne, Parker,
S. Claudloo, Parker,
Alain St. near Market,
Wailuku, Maui S
Oceanic Time Table.
Waiohuli Market 1
R. A. DRUMMOND Prop.
Kaaliumanu Church, Wailuku
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
Rev. J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Morn-
Ing Service 11,00 A. M. Topic
"Preaching Redemption." After
noon Servico. Kahului. Sundav School
Z5c 2 Glasses Z5c 2:00 P-M-Servlco at3:00 P-M
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Turkeys & Chickens,
Sausage, Fresh & Smoked, a Specialty
Tel No. 382
When you want cool re
freshing bevorage call
at this popular resort
Pukalani Milk Dairy
Church of Holy Innocents, Lahalnn
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M every
Sunday. Morning servico, 11:00 A.
M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M.
During Advent and Lenten season
special week day services.
2 Mongolia S. F,
2 Ventura Colonies
3 Sonoma S. F,
G Nevadan S. F,
12 Slboria Yokohama
12 Alameda S. F,
13 China S. F,
23 Comic Yokohama
23 Sierra Colonies DRINKING FOUNTAINS
zi ventura a. a:
ColDi;s WATERING TROUGHS
HtJ Ultll W. J
Market St., Wailuku
27 Miowera Victoria, R.C.
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
Till. 100 . Malcawao
Walnec Church,' Lahaina.
Rev. S. Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Morning
Service, 11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 1:00 P. M. Wednesday afternoon,
Prayer Meeting at 3:30 P.M., Thurs
day afternoon, Woman's Meeting,
3:30 P. TA. Friday afternoon, Choir
Relict) real, 3:30 F. M.
2 Mongolia Yokohama
2 Ventura S. F.
3 Sonoma! Colonics
7 Novadan S. F.
12 Siberia S. F.
13 CHina.1 Yokohama
17 Alameda S. F.
23 Coptic S. F.
23 Sierra S. F.
24 Ventura Colonies
21 Moana Victoria, B. C.
25 Doric Yokohama
'27 MioWera Colonlos
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