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; Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
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WHISKIES, BRANDY, '
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LfQUEURS, CORDfALS; GINS, ETC ' ' '
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ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
S. KimflRA, Wailuku, Maui.
Your Brand o?
Always On Tap
Choico Wino for Bar and Table Use
Coltl Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Ml'uernl Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
. Kaliului Maui
Thos. K. Va of Pcaul was n returning
passenger from Honolulu by Wednes
W. J. Moody nnd Ucv. 8. Kapu were
passenger from Lihatna to Honolulu by
Monday night's steamer.
Mr. W. O. Aiken nud family, vho
who were visiting at Honolulu, left for
Knuai by Tuesday's Hall.
J. H. Fuller of the Honolulu Iron
Works came over on Wednesday's stent:'.'
in the- interests of his firm.
Owing to the illness of Father Chrrlcs
there will be no services at Makawao or
Kuau churches tomorrow.
Win. rfotenhauer, auditor for' H.
Hnckfcld & Co., was n passenger to
Maui on Wednesday's steamer.
Mr. and Mrs J. N. S. Williams of
Puuncne, who have been visiting in
Honolulu, returned on Wednesday.
Mr. C. B. Kinney, former wireless oper
ator at Lahaina has succeeded Mr. George
H. Cummings as conductorof the K.R.R.
Hon. H . P. Baldwin left for Honolulu,
en route to Kauai, by Monday night's
Mauua Loa, and will return on Novem
Father Julien of the Wailuku Catholic
Mission returned from n brief vacation
trip to Honolulu by last Wednesday's
Mr. 12. Moller and wife came to Wai
luku by Wednesday's steamer. Mr.
Moller hai accepted the position of
sugar boiler at the Wailuku mill.
Mrs. J. H. Raymond, Miss Violet
Makee and Miss Genevieve Dowsett
of Ulupalakua were passengers on Mon
day night's Mauna Loa to Honolulu.
Mr. George K. Robertson, Manager of
Brewer & Co. is on Maui this week look
ing after the details of the proposed
amicable deal between the W. S Co,
and theH. C. &S. Co. '
Mr. R. W. Englc, sugar boiler at Fain,
has finished a very pleasant and profit
able vacation spent among the sugar
mills and plantation men on Oahu, and
returned on this week's Claudine.
Mr. George Hawley arrived on Wed
nesday's Claudine, to wield the cleaver in
the Wailuku Meat Market. Mr. Hawley
is also an expert amateur scenic photo
grapher, and is equipped with a pano
Last Sunday Rev. O. P.Emerson was at
Wailuku. In the morning he conducted
services in the native church and in the
evening he spake to the Christian En
deavor Society. In the afternopn a
service was held by him at Waikrpn.
NOTICE TO MARINERS MA A-
LAEA BAY-ISLAND OF
DICKINS At Wailuku, Maui, on Sun
day, November 20th, 1904, to the wife
of A. G. Dickius, a son.
PEN'HALLOVAt Paia Hospital, Maui,
on Monday, November 21st, 1904, to
the wife of.H. B. Peuhallow, a son.
MEYER At Wailuku, Maui, Nov. 24th,
1904,-Mrs. -Mary-Meyer, beloved wife
of V. L. Meyer, aged 41 years. Ban
Diego papers please copy.
Market Si beet Wailuku
ANIONS BORBA, ' Prop.
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 GSasses 25c
When you want cool re
freshing beverage call
at tins popular resort
Paints, Oils iv Glass
Market Street, Y.'alluku
Telephone 4. P. 0. Box 17.
Pukalani Jlliik Dairy
If 3'ou want, a dally supply of
fresh, pure mill;', or fresh milk,
NolhinK but the best of '
Well Known Sttindard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 fees 25c
Island Sporting People
T. LyONSj Prop
Services at Island Churches
FOREIGN PROTKSTANT CIIUKCII.
E. Q. neckwUh, riistor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Publlo WoisUlp at 11:00 A. M.
KA AUUMANU CUUKCII, WA1I.UKO
Rev. J. Nun, Pustor. '
Sunday school, 0:9) A.M. Morning scrvlco 11..
00 A. SI. Topic, Tho Second Coining or Ohrljt..Y,
P. S. C. E. Irom 7:00 P. M. to 8:00 P.M. After.
noon service, Knhulul, Sunday School 2:00 P. M
uovlral meeting 3:00 P. M. All welcome
Uuv. S. Kapu will offcclato.
Notico is hereby kIvcii that on or
about 125 November 1004, a bell buoy
painted red, puporstructuro white,
will be substituted for tho buoy w ill
splndlo paim-'d white, heretofore
maintained by the Wilder.' Steam
ship Company, in 25 feet of water to
mark the best anchorayc oil reef off
Maalaca Wlmil, MAALAEA BAY,
ISLAND OF MAUI, T. II.:
Kihei Sugar Mill Chimney E. i N.
Rijjht tangent of point southwest
of Manlaea SW. i S.
Maalaea Light (east end of Mad
laea Wharf) WNW. mile.
Dy order of tho Light-Houso Board,
A. P. NIBLACK.
Tjieutenant-Comrrander, U. S.N.
Assistant to the Inspector of the
Twelfth Light- House District.
Tho survey stenmer Patorson has
been at Lahaina and off tho west
shore of Maul for tho past week male
inn surveys for the purpose of proper
ly clinrting the Island coast waters.
She will bo in the vicinity of Lahaina
for some weeks yet, and will continue
survey writ till next March in Ijland
waters. There charting of the waters
about tho Islands has never hereto
fore been properly done, and the
work of the Palerson, when complet
ed will bo of reat service to nav
igators of Island waters.
Tho Nevadan arrived at Kalului
yesterday morning with a large con
signment of freight. She leaves for
the Coast on Monday.
New York, Nov. 24.--A . .float
collided yesterday with tho German
steamer Nord Amcrika. tearing a
big hole in her hull. Tho vessel at
once returned to her dock. She had
MOO steerage passengers.
Novkoping, Nov. 23. Tho Swedish
steamer Bur has foundered in Arko
Sound. The crew of 17 men perished.
Vessels In Port Kchulul
S. S. Nevadan.
Nov. 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Nov. 25, S. S. Nevadan, Green,
from S. b. via Honolulu.
Nov. 2(5, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Nov. 23, 3. . Claudine, Parker,
Nov. 2(5 , S. S. Claudiue, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
BATE KA.MS FROM
Nov. 29 Gaelic Yokohama
Dec. 3 Coptic S. F.
" (5 Ventura Colonies
" 7 Sonoma , S. F.
" 13 Mongolia Yokohama
" 13 Korea S.
" 1-i Aoracgi... Colouies
" 1G Alameda S. F,
" 17 Moana Victoria
Tnc Cnuitcii Of Tub Good biiei-heud
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sunday at 7
A. M, 2nd Sunday nt It A. M. Matins & sermon
at II A'. JI. CMldrea'a Service, 1st Sunday nt 2
P.'M, Evonsouji and sermon at Puunonr, 7:.T0.
Holy Days, noly Communion ut 7 A. M. Dally,
Hatha ut 7:11.
tit. Anthony's Church, Wailuku.
Sunday service. Communion, fl;00 A. M. Child
rcu'sMifj, t:M A. M. Instruction In English.
second Mass, 10,00 A. M. sermon In Hawaiian
and Portuguese After Muss: Uoncdltlon. 11:15
A. M., ltosery and Instruction for natives. Week
days Mass 0. A, M. lloltdayti lulling during
weo; Communion at 0: A. M, Mass at 9:0JA
Hi a p a
Portuguese Protestant Mlsslon-Pata
PM.Q. Banto , Evangelist. S. School 10. a.' m.
Gospil preaching, 11, 11. m. 1'rayer. Meeting
7-30 P.M. S. School at IlamuUuapoltu at 3 P.m.
OllUIICII Of HOLV INSOCKMS, LAUAI.fA
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. every Sunday.
Sunday 8chool'10:15 A. M. Morning service 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayer, 1:30 P. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day ser
Waimeb cuoRcn, lahaina.
Rev. S. Uapu, Pastor.
Sunday bchool, 8:33 A. M. Morning service,
11:00 A.M. Y. P. S.C. E. at 1:00 F. M. Wed
uesday atternoon, Prayer Meeting at Z:ZO P.M.
Thursday alternoon, Woman' Meetin?, f:30 P
M. Friday a Itirnoor, Ctclr Kihorjnl, ,3:S0P
Nov 2D Gaelic ;. S. F.
" 30 Alameda S. F,
Dec. 3 Coptic ...Yokohama
" C Ventura ...S. F,
" 7 Sonoma .....Colonies
" 13 Mongolia ' S..F,
" 14 Aorangi........ Victoria
" 17 Moana Colonies
" 21 Gaelic Yokohama
" 21 Alameda S. F.
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and
TUESDAY Dec. - C
TUESDAY Dec. 27
LEAVES MAALAEA'BAY, 8 P. M,
and LAHAINA, MIDNGHT.
For Honolulu, on
THURSDAY Dec. 1
MONDAY " 12
THURSDAY " "22
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The BISMARK STABLES
proposes "to run the Leading Liveby
Stable Business on MAUI
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Excursion Rates to Iao and Hale-
ulcala with competent gidctes
KEW RIGS- -HEW TEAMS
mA'Ji, m. -r.
hacks, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES,
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Convoyances'Meet All Steamers
Competent Guides to Iao and
Slaves leave Wiluku daily at 1:30 P. Mfc
. " Lahaina " , 8:30 A.M,
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