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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, October 08, 1904, Image 6',
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IT NBVBR f AILS TUB COOK,
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THEREFORE TH COOK SHOULD
NEVER FAIL TO USE
t)r. J. McOctttgan ofllann ii visiting Wat
luliu this wccli. ', '1 ' i, i
IT 1 2 AS BEEN THE STANDARD OF
OVER,, HALF A CENTURY IN HONOLULU
Sold By All Relialg Grocers
JL HACKFELD & CO.,
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Cream Pure. Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku,
UhoIesale Oecilor in
Sy4v?JARi) BifANns. of :
IMPORTED, and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C., LEMPS)( RAINIER and PRIMO
ISLAND TftADE SOLICITED !
Yoiif Br&nd 0F
Ice Cold Beer
, Always On Vep
Choice Wine for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral "Waters
A. K, STENDER PnorniETon
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c . 2 Glasses
When yow want cool rc
.. . freshing beverage "call
; at tins jfcruhir resort
. HOUSEHOLD SUI'I'LIE8
i.J IV lilj It I L 1'i
Faixts, Oils & Glass
wPukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a dally supply of
fresh, pure milk, or. fresh mill;,
Market Street, Wailukt.
Nothing but the best of
AVoll Knownandnrd Brandt
Wines Wilis keys
RSAINiER AND' PR!MO
25c 2 Glas.se? 25c
Thn R R Mo,.,1 e-
Hon. S. Kclllnot returned from Honolulu on fiVm.ntcn i ,... , ,
TuonJnrMlillnB T.n,. .... ...,, uu, iU,u Duns IS UUC
in Kahului next week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Itnvmnml rntnrnr.i tmm I
iionoiiiiui,rT,m,iarTfin T'ie well known oil
A. Anlbcrg.ho bookkeeper at Pioneer Plan- f V , . H'm KahU'
nnn in w,.ii.. lu' early this mormnir.
rni, .i .
i.o.w.Wiih r uuinuHU H1C AVW" at mis
' , ,,uu"'"01" port was rather a surpriso Ho wat-
returned from n visit to Honolulu ou Wednesday rfMf ,, . ' ,l"
' """ to discharge her cariro at Kahului
asbeen In Honolulu rn!nrnni1 l.v U'n,i...,i..t. . " jviiuuiui
a ,l.mal , T.'I T in 1.1-
however, a victim of unforeseen
Urs. Ocorgo C!opp and two children, of Mnka
wao loft for a visit to Honolulu by last Sntur.
J. W. Hcrgstrom of Honolulu who was ou
flnut last week wus a pasasng.-r to Hllo by
this week's Mauna Loa.
Ilev. J. Nua, paslor of Knahumanu CLurh,
circumstanco which forced her
come to this port.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNfi CO., LTD, Agents
HrtMOI IT? IT " V
HIU tU til Id I'KJl I, I , tim ,.n , . ., , . , ., - i
Sho discharged 6000 barrels of oil lmmwmmvMmmMmtmmmwmmmmwMmwwwMmmwmmwmw'
at Kahului Thursday aud on Friday A " g
CAKKiAub mmim i
morning started fot Kiliei, for which g
TlOl't rTib lmrl n tnrrrn clnnnn. -II ?w
a.ui.u. iiuu, asiur u iaaaumanu ULuriin, ....u v viii.
Wailuku spent a couple of treela In Haon, io ''lc Aryyll yot her hose and pumps
uuuuuuicu in goou suae, but when g
Mr. and Mm. Wllllair Marx of S n Francisco. Ule Pul"Plg Started it was found S
who are travolllng with 2ainloek arrived In tnlt 1110 nosc could not Stand the
auuKu on Tuesday morning.
Mh.-A. A. Bravmer nnd .visa Mniiini ..'.
...... . . a
yiuasuru anu me iasi;oi transfcrrinjr
the oil to tlio slinrp t Inl.'C 1 1 1 1 rl
mings of Walltapu were returning pasiougcrs n'ven up
bv wednefiilnv'a rinnin.1 I m. . .. ...
, .....t, inn ArtlV nprnn Inn v rli.lUK
Delegato Kuhio was a passenger to Hilo bv back tn KuIiiiInK mho,.a el.., h
r., .. . ' ' ""-' "" o"
uu, . anu wui aosome campaign pumplug her cargo ashore. Ycster- I
" ""MuuuHuuisarnvaionMaui. ,1v mnMnli llio ,, tl, U!t. 3!
Which Is Carriage Preservative
Your carriage will last twice as long
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, Wailuku, Maui
iUilly 'Green, tho popular travelling man been rounll wheu the stpnmpr ipi-Ivnrl J
became worse and Interfered with . - '
m. I'miips A t-'o. Honolulu, will be on Maul
tho latter part of next week, placing orders for
the work. Finally the sDifidle which
in fixr,,i mi ti,rt f0f tn t,i,i i.. F"D T1VT tfrTKTr' Urt TKTnr A TfvTs:
Geo.O. Cogpor.Jmanagerof.tho republican " " . " " . . ... . N l VJ I WEUIN Jk JTXLL
campaign is this legislative district aceom. .u . W . i4M v T
pained tho repnbllcan candidates to Mo.okai A " .T?,'8 . T WA 1 iiKlJNLr 1 KUULrtlb
i it j i l u iu uu li i j v lui'Liiiir v n r i nr. i
iusi- iuuuuuy, I - - y " mv
1 - - mv. w MU ilUUI 111,
arrived by' Wednesday's Claudine. and will She had Oil board aboiit 12,000 bar
spend somo tlmo investigallng Fanitary con- rels Which she is now pumping into
ditions on Maui. the tanks bv railroad wharf. A rl
Mr. J. D. Dougherty, representing Wichman VCrtiser,
Tr. ......... ..... ..
iuu nouoiuiu jewouer, enmo over on Wcdnes- m. ...... .
,inri.i,n.,,.,i...,..., iiie arrival oi ti:o Dan; Mohican
J " " vvmiji..v PUUiXJIUB, itUU .Mill .! 1
i.wu.ii ia uuw uuu iwunty aays irom
spend tho next week on Maul,
J. N. Wood, a Hllo merchant, paid Wailuku a
flying visit on Thursday, en route to St. Louis.
Mr. Wood may select a now stock of mcrchan.
disc and open d storo In Wailuku
Zamlock tho Magician, uud his son Zamloch
tho famous ba'seballlst fcSchcd Wailuku ou
Tuesday, tho elder Zamlock giving three ex
hlbltiousthis week at'IC. of P. Hall,
iiugu iiowoll who la superintending road
copstruction ou Maul was in Wailuku on
Wednesday, and states that tho work on th
road on West Maul will bo begun at once.
San Francisco, is anxiously awaited
by Kauai people, for there is famine
in the land. The pcoplo have plenty
to eat, however, for the famine is
one of blasting powder. The big
Mamdltuh which was recently coiiv
pleted is tho cause of the shortage.
for nearly all the powder in Honolu-
wus used m the blasting operations
tliere. As soon as the Mohican arrlv
es here the steamer Waiaicalo will
make a special trip to Kauai ports
to take tho rjowdcr over. Sava!
OF PRACTICAL DESIGNS AND PRICES TO SUIT
ARTISTIC cemetery FURNITURE
Satisfaction guaranteed in every Instance.
IRON FENCE AND STANDARD MAKES OF SAFES
AND PRICES FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
J. C AXTELL,
ALAKEA ST: BETAKING & HOTEL STS.
P. ( . BOX C42,
HONOLULU, H. T,
BISMARK STABLES CQ.Ltd
and SALES STABDES
Messrs. Itosanstoln HnfTnrln nn.l M,.n,,l.
representing different departmjnts In tho" 01S blasting jobs arc being held lip OU
Honolulu Trades Union camo over on Wedues. account Ot the lack of CXDlosivos.
llfir nn n Inn 1..... lnM .... I
j . w " u tuui ui luiudiiKuiiuu nn inn miinp i c r , n .
w.www. i nil i 1 1 n fTfi ,nnr i . if -. ... i '
ported here that 'tho ' Santa Fe is The BI8MARK STABLES
I ..w.w J " WMU UUlllll. 4." C IS
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hennlnff of Ijnlmlmv .Vi .t. i. n . : . .
-..r , ; snuruy 10 resume unentai tramc
2 IT TVTalaSbT trough this port, putting a line of proposes to run the Leading Liveuy
the same afternoon. Mr. Honnlng was in w..ni. i. i u i c ....
attendance at the meeting of the nenublicar. . ' P'J uisnvucu oun STABLE BUSINESS ON MAUI
DistrictcommitW ' "go and . Uhinose ports. Tho re
. .,:, . , . port originated in Los Angeles
A. Y. Rico of the llrm nf nlnft At.iri.a .... I . Di-.
U umj I , .
inn..l.i,. .,. 1 . . 1 1 tiP. Nnnrfl. W nnnn nHnmnla1 in 1
uuiujiuijuotiu Honolulu. COmU OVCr .n.iniui.u ur
on Wednesday with tho labor commission to ruu nn Ul'let)tal Iu:o with San Diego
take a aeries of views illustrative of industrial at! a Pacific Const terminus, under Excursion. Rates to Iao and Hale
condition! on Maul
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQfls
the name of tho California Oriental.
This was discontinued about two
years ago, as it was stated that tho
akala with competent guides
Services at Island Churches lina did not pay-
Prof. Higr;ins sent
KA.vnuiuso C'nniisa. Wailuku
Hcv. J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Sfornlng sorvleo
II.UU A. M, Topic, "Tho Blood Clcansoth Us."
Y. I". S. G. K. from 7:00 P. M,tof:00P. M.
Address by Mr. Frank Athcrton. Afternoon ser
vice, Wa'kapu, Sunday School i.UOP. M.j Ilevl-
vai meeting 3.U) l'. M. All welcome.
TiinCiioncn Of The Qood shei-iieud
Uov, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, Stlt Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd suuday at 11 A. M. Matlus & sormon
at 11 A. M. Children's service, 1st sucday at 2
P. M. Kvcnsong and sermon at Puunene, 7:30.
a large shin
ment i.f ulliyato:' pears on tho Mon
golia to a member of the United
States Agriculture Department in
will open up a new field for tho PA1A.
..... . L I
distribution of Hawaii's tree deli
NEW RIGS NEW TEAMS , ..
'tLrjZSX MAUNAOLU SEMINARY
Begins its next session
Vcescls in Port
JNoue' , The school has roo.m for about' fif-
Arr-lvals i teen more girls. Parents, wishing to
Oct. fi. S.' R. nim.iiinn -pV.'.-bn.. send their children should comm'uni.
Holr Days. Hoi v Communion nt i . m niii r tt I In of nnnA r..!i, ' ,,;
- --' " """J 1 I ILUIil XXUIIUIUIU. 1 vwvw ..v uubu 1.11.11
Oct. 8, S. S. Claudine, Parker.
Matins at 7:30.
St. Anthony's Church, WoIIuUu.
Sunday Service Communion. 6:00 A. M. Child.
ren's Mnia. 8:30 A. M. Instruction In KnirlUl..
second Mas, 10:00 A. M. sermon In Hawaiian
and Portuguese. After Muss: Ueusdition. 11;
A. M.. noscry uud instruction for nntlvus UVnlt
days Mass' 0..A. , M. Holidays falling during
woot: t-ommunlon at 0: A. M. Mnssut 0:00 A
Oct. 5, S. Si Claudine,
Oct. 8, S. "S.
Oceanic Time Table
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
CllUHCIl O? HOT.V IXNOCKSTS, LAIIAINA
Cunoa A. I). Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:03 A. M. every sundaj.
mnday BJhool'10:15 A. M. Mor.ulng scrvjes 11:00
V. M. Evening Prayer, 1:30 P. M, , During Ad-
.... . .n -
em ana i.cnien season special woek day ser-
DATE NAME FROM
8 Gaelic S.
WAISEC CHUnClI, IiAHAlKA.
Rev. S. ICnpu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning Service.
11:00 A. M. Y, P. B.C. K. at lall F i
lesuuy afternoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:20 P, M..
I'hursday afternoon, Wom-sn's Meeting, 3:jo P
I Fr.Uay afternoon, Ctolr Xtoncawal, 2:30 P,
Romas Catholic Ciiuiicii.Jahaika.
11 Alameda S. F,
18 Doric Yokohama
11) Miowera Colonies.
20 Mongolia S. F.
22 Aorangi. .. .Victoria. B. C
25 Sierra Colonics.
2G Ventura S. F,
20 Manchuria Yokohama.
8 Gaelic Yokohama
18 Doric S. F
in Miowera Victoria. B. C.
Iu Alameda .' S. V
20 Mongolia Yokohama
22 Aorangi Colonies
LEAVES HONOTjITTiTT 19. U . .
For Laiiai.va, Maalaea B.iV and
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P..M.
and LAIIAINA, :MIDNIGHT. '
For Honolulu, on
MONDAY October 10
THURSDAY October 20
MONDAY October 31
THURSDAY November 10
For particulars. Freight & Passage'
HCKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES
AT ALL HOURS
CoflYeyance's;Meet All Steamers
CompciierttGuides to Tao and
Stages leave Vailuku ilaily at 1:30 P.M.
". Lahaina,"". , 8:30 A.M,
Anto::e do Rqi ' Mgr.
DYER AP ..CLEANER
' ' i . J .
Cleaning, Dyeing and; Repairing
Satisfaction' guarnnted. Give
rae a call. Prices reasonable.
This name bn a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
gdarantee of the. SIIPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
our goods. , -
.... Send 75b $1.00 S1.2;
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolattu
anu coniections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho Islaurls'.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H, T.
T. B. LVONS Prop
Rev. Father Wcndolln.
20 Ventura Colonies
Navigation Co,, Ui
Flnt Macs.iveokdviifl:m. a. m E...,,t
2J Manchuria..4, S. F.
sbhmbji, iv;w a. m, ueaedlctlon ;M p, a.