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THE MAUI- NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1905
condensed milk Is rightly named for it occupies
pride of place among the various brands of
It is mado bytho famous Rorden's Condensed
Milk Company of New York from pure Cow's
milk preserved with refined sugar.
Unlike other brands it is unaffected by climate
aud change of season and is always uniformly
Ask Your- Grocer For It.
1 If. Hackfeld & Co., 1
5 LIMITED Z2
Maui Wine & Liquor Co,
6 OLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
-tSPU lace eaer shearlings, valve
$Ti0 father, sheep skins, etc etc
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Wholesale Dealer I n
Standard Brands op
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
Alain St. near Market,
New floods ! New Goods ! New floods !
MAUI DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO, LTD.
Just Arrived from San Francisco Fresh Line of
' Ladies' Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Etc.
Please give us a calj as wo feel sure wo can satisfy your wants.
Business still done at tho old stand
brand indicates home
HONOLULU, T. H.
Senator Copp and wife returned Wed
Hon. W. P. Haia and family returned
home by the Claudiuc.
Charles Wilcox, uoniinee for auditor,
was a passenger on the Kinau to Maalaea
David Kahaulelio of Lahaina came over
to Central Maul by the Claudiuc Wed
nesday. Miss Ivv Richardson leaves todav for
Honolulu to have her eyes treated aud
fitted with glasses.
W. E. Shaw reoresentine E. O. Hall &
Son is on Maui calling on the trade and
incidentally talking rubber.
Manaecr C. II. Wells of the Wailuku
Sugar Co. has been confined to his home
this week with an attack of grip.
Manager H. P. Baldwin of the Hawai
ian Commercial and tougar vo. was a
passenger to Honolulu by Monday even
ings Mauua I.on.
Gcorire May-field arid wife who have
just returned from the Coast came over
to Maui by the Wednesday's ferry.
E. F. Deincrt of Puuncnc who has
been in Honolulu looking after Manager
Baldwins touring car returned home by
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cummings gave a
luau to their friends at Waikapu last Sat
urday evening which was largely attend
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mutineer H. P.. Baldwin arrived from
M. G. Santos and wife of the Paia Tor
tuguese Mission nre u Honolulu.
Miss McElroy has been visiting Miss
W. P. h. Hette tins week.
Cant. Smith of Honolulu has been vis
iting ur. uincgar me pasi wcck.
Ben Williams has moved to Camp I
where he has taken a position as team
The Paia Native Church cleaned up
nearly two hundred dollars on the con'
E. F. Deinert came up on the Claudine
Wednesday lrom a short business trip to
Another new house' will soon be added
to the town of Puunene. There suniy
must be something doing.
Georce Mayfield returned Wednesday
from a two montus' trip to tue coast and
is looking well alter 111s voyage.
W. G. Scott is making extensive nddi
tions to his business place toaccommo
date Ins wholesale distributing depot.
Several Puunene horses will be entered
in the races this Fourth of July and it is
hoped they will take some of the purses
Both the Paia and Hamakuapoko plan
tations are experiencing nn excellent
year. The crops will be the largest
ever turned out. ram wtu turn out 9,000
and Hamakuapoko about 0,000 tons.
Some of the lumber for the new Puu
nene schoolhouse is on the ground and
me wotk 01 erecuuu win uegin hi once.
Mr. Cyrus Green has the contract and
i- ,i 1 r . . x
will get three carpenters from Honolulu
to assist him. A school has been much
needed in this vicinity.
About 200 Koreans workintr for the
Maui Agricultural Co, at Grove Ranch
had a dispute with their camp boss on
Saturday night and refused to go to work
unless he was discharged. Manacer.Lind-
say arrived on the scene, had the four
ringleaders arrested, and the Koreans de
cided it healthier to go to work again.
The district was very much grieved to
hear of the death of Mrs. R. F. Engle at
Paia hospital last Saturday. The services
were held at the Foreign Church Sunday
morning by the Rev. Bozata, assisted by
the Rev. Beckwith. Mrs. Engle leaves a
husband and four children, Fanny, Wal
ter, wune and uora to mourn their loss.
Messrs. D. C. Lindsay, H. A. Baldwin,
W. S. Nicholl, E. B. Carley, J. Robinson
and W. JJ. Iowell acted as pall bearers,
A very large number of friends were
Market Street .... Wailuku
Will Serve tho
Best Meal in the City
Special Short Order Day and Night
Private Dining Roons For Ladies
Everything New and Bright.
AH KIP, Prop.
Telephone or- Send to
or Drugs, Chemicals or
Toilet Articles o? all
For Insomnia or Sleeplessness atten
dant upon hysteria, nervousness.
neuralgia, alcoholism and mental
The Ideal Hypnotic
COLD SODA WATER, TO
BACCO AND CIGARS CON
STANTLY ON HAND ....
W. L. MAPLES,
Wailuku, T. H. Proprietor.
For solo, tor rent, lost, found, situations or
help wnntetl advertisements will be publish
ed under tbls bonding at tbo following
rates: 10 cents a lino first Issue, live cents a
lino second Rsuo nnd thrco cents n line oncb
succeeding Issue. Sovon words to constitute
a lino nine linos a inch llrolten lines to
count as full lines.
OST. Check No. 7 on First National
Bank, Wailuku, in favor of Manuel
Fnustlno nnd signed by Peruvia Good
ness. Payment on the same has been
stopped ond all persons are hereby warn
ed not to accept same, but return to the
First National Bank, Wailuku, or to the
Wailuku, May 27, 1905.
FOR SALB A Single-seated Top Bug-
gy, good as new, with New Harness and
Side Lamps. Address in writing,
14 3'. K. M., Maui News Office.
OOFl SALE At n sacrifice, my resi-
deuce in Wailuku, including the
lot, stables, fernery, fishpond and decor
atcd yard. For further particulars apply
to W. G. SCOTT, Paia, Maui,
iotf Or D. H. CASH, Wailuku.
MAXWELL. At Waikapu Wednesday
May 30 Irene Renin, infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Maxwell
Aged 1 year, 2 mouths and 27 days
ENGLE. On Saturday, May 27 1905, at
Paia, Maui, Charlotte, beloved wife of
R. F. Engle. Aged 51 years.
CARNEGIE. In Wailuku, May 31, Chas.
Leslie, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Carnegie. Aged 6 days.
Will Plant Pineapples.
Mr. Henry M. Alexander,- who, with
his bride, has been visiting his sister Mrs.
H. P. Baldwin, expects shortly to return
to Maui to locate permently. Mr. Bald
win is a horticulturist of no mean repute
in California nnd after looking over the
pineapple industry of the island has
practically decided to locate at the
old homestead in Haiku; take up
twenty acres of land and plant pineapples.
Since his arrival Mr. Alexander has
thoroughly iuvestiged the conditions at
the Wahiawa colony and at Haiku and
has decided upon the latter location as
possessing the best advantages and pro
ducing the best fruit. He will dispose of
his product to the Haiku Fruit and Pack
ing lo. Mr. Alexander is traveling over
the islands on his bridal tour, but will on
his return to California close out his in
terests there and return to Haiku.
County Act Will Stand.
Senator George Copp and wife
were returniie passoncers Wednss.
day morning by the S. S. Claudine
When asked regarding th fate of
tho County bill he expressed himself
as perfectly satisfied with it and said
that it was bis belief as well as manv
others, that the Supreme Court will
decide favorably. Senator Haysel-
uen is aiso 01 me opinion that it will
stand, ana while thnro is a diversity
of opinions the concensus is that there
will be county government. He be
lie ves that tho Govornor is in favor
of county government but is adverse
to the pill 111 its present shape, but
unit, u it pusses me supreme uourt,
will do all in his power to see it car
May 29 S. S. California. Dnw.
Mav 31 S. S. Claudine. Parker.
Juno 3 S. S. Claudine. Parker.
Mav 31 S. S. Claudine. Pnrknr.
Juno 3 S. S. Claudine. Purkor.
May 29 Str. Nebraskan, Wecdon,
for San Franci6co, with 68,000 bags
Mav 31 Str. California. Dnw. for
Delawaro Breakwater, with 28,232
bags ti. C. & b. Co., M. A, Co. and
w. a. uo.'s sugar.
Per stmr. Claudine, May 31, for
Maui ports- George Mayfield and
wife, Mrs. Ah ban, Mrs. Heo See.
All Cheong, W. P. Haia, wife and
uvo children. J. u. Picanco, Miss E.
Nuuhiwa, Rev. D. W. K. White,
and daughtor, P. Pali and wife, Mrs.
N. G. Dickson, George Copp and
wife, T. Campbell, Mrs. Lan Tang,
Mrs. Hee Lan, David Kahaulelio.
E. F. DoinerRev. T. Tanaka.
Oceanic Time Table.
BATE NAME FROM
Juno 3, Siberia San Francisco
3, Manuka Victoria
9, Ncvadan San Francisco
June 3, Siberia Yokohama
' 3, Manuka Colonies
' 7, Alameda San Francisco
Dato of Departure Kahului.
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NG LEONG, Proprietor.
Per S. S. Alameda June 2
SUGAR CORN and SWEET PEAS
California Fruit During Seasont
Telephone Orders Promptly Filled.
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
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