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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 8. 1905
Mix it Yourself and You know its Good.
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"Kinloch" is not a ready-mixed
paint, and in buying it you pay a
fair price for the Concentrated and Pure Paint alone,
and the market price for Raw Linseed Oil, and know
what you are getting instead of paying the ready
mixed paint price for the canned "oil" that constitutes
half its bulk, when the market price for the pure oil
is only about one-third that you have to pay for the
canned oil in the ready-mixed.
A 14 year-old boy can mix the
"Kinloch" and the oil: Simply
stir them together, gallon for gallon, no more, no less,
and nothing else; and you have an absolutely pure
linseed oil paint ready for the brush. All the neccessary
driers, turpentine, etc. (everything except the raw
oil) are already ground into the Kinloch Paint.
IOO lbs. Lead at 8c
5 1-4 Cals. Oil at 75c , ,
1-4 Cal Dryer , , ,
Makes 6 3-4 Cals. Paint for
Or $1.82 per Cal.
''Pure Linseed Oil is the whole
Life and Durability of any
Paint" the practical painter's commonest axiom and
when you buy "Kinloch" and get the Raw Oil separate
ly. you thus remove almost the soul source of
paint adulteration, and secure your own absolute
knowledge and guarantee of the basis upon which all
paint durability is founded.
One Cal. "KINLOCH"
One Cal. Raw Oil ,
Makes 2 Cals. Paint for
One gallon of Kinloch Paint, mixed with one gallon of oil, makes two gallons of paint ready for use, each gallon of which will usually cover', with two coats; 300 square feet of surface.
If You are a Property Owner You must fce Interested.
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Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. Y. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
George C. Sti atemeyer,
P A 1 N T I IN G
in all its branches
Misfortune is liable to ovei
take you in money matters
Then it is that a good sized
"nest egg" in the savings bank
comes "powerful handy". Over
and over again have we seen
comforting relief come to those
who had accumulated fund
in this bank. If ycu havn't
started an account, now is
the time to do it.
The risks of keeping securi
ties about your premises are
many and great. These risks
can be wholly avoided bv the
use of our safe deposit vaults.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to rur the Leading Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Hale
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES
. AT ALL HOURS
Competent and careful drivers.
First-Class Turnouts Constantly
on Hand. Special attention to
Tourist Parties. Skillful Guides
to Iao and Haleakala.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
CONVEYANCES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Wailuku Lahalna Stage
Leaves Wailuku daily at 1:30 p. m.
at 8:30 a. m.
ANTONB do REGO, - Mgr.
The Coffee Crop of Guatemala
A recent report from the Ameri
can Consul-General at Guatemala
City shows that the coffee crop in
this Republic for the year 1904 has
not come up to expectations, owing
to heavy rains late in the season
which knocked many of the kernels
from the trees. The quality is well
up to the average, especially in the
Santa Maria belt, where both quan
tity and quality far exceeded the re
sults for many years. This was caus
ed by the deposit of volcanic ashes
from the eruption of October 24, 1902,
that spread the ashes over a wide
area from 3 feet to 6 inches deep.
This eruption was at first reported
to have completely ruined the country
for years, but proved to be a blessing
in disguise. The coffee trees in this
belt are much more vigorous than
heretofore, and the prospects are
bright for what seemed for a time to
be a desert waste.
The prices paid for Guatemala
coffee are very good, and in general
the finquercs are coming out this
vcar about as in former years, not
withstanding the higher wages paid
and the export tax of 1 cent per
The crop this year will reach very
nearly 700,000 quintals, and the
United States will get a greater
portion than usual, and more of the
higher grades. Crop ReroRTER,
A Wealthy Imperial Family.
The Russian imperial family num
ber at the present time some
thing like sixty grand dukes and
duchesses. It is a fact U.at they
would one and all be wholly depen
dent upon the reigning emperor,
whose wealth is enormous his mini
mum incorre is estimated as being
$7.500,000 were it not that a for
mer Czar, Paul I, set aside a certain
number of estates to which he aave
the curious name of "the imperial
appanages." The income of these
vast stretches of fertile land is de
voted to the maintenance of all those
members of the imperial family who
are not in the direct line of succes
sion. At the present time this
source of income produces $100,000,
000 a vear.
Vote For Merger
Honolulu, March 30. By increas
ing the capital stock of the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company
to $1,500,000, the merger of the Inter-Island
and the Wllders' Steam
ship Company will become a fact.
Action to this end was taken at the
adjourned annual meeting of . the
Inter-Island company held yester
day forenoon at 10 o'clock. At that
time the shareholdrs voted to buy
out the Wilder Company, although
those at the meeting wr uld not state
the figure at which they were to
take over the property.
The Inter-Island capital stock is to
be raised from $000,000 to $1,500,
000. Salf of this new capitalization
is to be credited pro rata to the
shareholders of the Wilder Company,
the remainder to the shareholders
of the Intor Island. The Inter
Island company will also have $100.
000 in additional assets to distribute
and will have a reserve fund of $100,
000 with which to commence the
amalgamated business. Of the $1G0,
000 there will be $45,000 applied, to
the payment of dividends. The bal
ance will be devoted to the purchase
of Wilder shares, the price being
rumored as $109 per share.
President Kennedy of the Inter
Island company has little to say as
to the future of the amalgamated
concern, or who will direct its affairs.
From what can be learned there
will be no move to reduce either
passenger or freight rates, but the
schedule of runs of the various boats,
it is believed, will be switched about,
and this may mean some change in
The amalgamation means practic-
j ally the lowering of the old Wilders'
Steamship house flag from all its
vessels, and the raising of the Inter
Island ensign instead.
Whether the merger will moan a
change in the berth of the old Wilder
vessels is not yet apparent. At
present the I ter Island company
has large wharf space, big sheds and
modern office accommodations at the
Ewa end of the harbor. Although
at times the Inter-Island wharf Is
crowdtd with its own vessels, there
is also enough room for the Wilder
boats, but there would also be a 'con
geition of wagons bringing freight
on big steamer days. Should the
change be made, another of the old
waterfront landmarks the Wilder
wharves-will go the way of all old
things on the front and be ripped
out and remodelled perhaps for nail
ing vessels births.
There is some talk that President
Kennedy of the Inter-Islaml will be
general manager, and President C.
L. Wight, of the Wilder Company,
will be assistant manager of the
amalgamated company, and that the
train uptown offices will be in the
present Inter Island building on
Queen street and the present steam
ship offices of the Wilder Company,
corner of Queen and Fort streets,
wil! be abandoned.
"I wish to got excused this after
noon," said Bizzlethorp, as he ap
proached the general manager's
desk; "you see they've put me down
to act as a pallbearer at a funeral."
"Certainly; go ahead. But you don't
seem to feel very sad about it. "No.
Ele's the fellow my wife has always
been holding up to me as a model."
Lawns, Dimities, Organdies, Mercerised Jacuard Silks, Silk
Persian Fancies, Figured Tissues, Chiffon Etamine, Knicker
Zyphers, Figured White Goods
Are the most Extravagent eind Fetching We Heie Ever Exhibited
CALL EARLY BEFORE THE ASSORTMENT IS BROKEN AND DERIVE THE BENEFIT
OF OUR BUYERS KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT THE FOLKS ON THE MAINLAND ARE
WEARING THIS SPRING.