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THE MAUI: 'NEWS
'S ATURD AY, NOVEMBER 25, J 905
A Costly Nnval rixpcrlliiCiit.
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THERE IS: ONLY OSNSE
Bo. sure, that your CREMO CIGAR
haSftho word CREMO perforated in the
wrapper of the cigar. Tho CREMO has
no band. It has only its perforated mark
and tho best flavor and smokjng qualities
to distinguish it from any other 5c. Cigar.
H. Haokf aid
SOLE AGEISMS . : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones,, Cutter
Cream P u re
"nspecial.delivery every hour, in Wailuku.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
UtFfolesale Dealer I n
Standard Brands op
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS PQRDJALS, GTNS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C. LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
' When yon want
GENERAL BlACKSiVlITtllNG HORSE SHOEING.
' & Co., Ltd
r Liquor Co.
JR y e-W lirs la e s
brand denotes quality
us in regards to your
needs, Send your
us and. vou mav fee
of fair Treatment
HONOLULU, T. H.
your carringo repaired to last
it to tho right shop.
That a battle-shlp eostlnfe nearly
$0,000,000 should bo placed by naval
experts In a class that ban become
obsoleto nllnost on the dnv I lint, it.
first entered the water is unpleasant
news to mnnv nftwsnnnors some of
which remark that the monoy coikl
have been used to irood ndvnntaL'o
In Irrigating the West or for harbor
improvement. Such is the falo of
the Mississippi, which was lauliohcd
on September 30 at Philadelphia.
It is supposed to represent a now
typo of vessel but in tonnage and
speed is far inferior to others pro
jected and built during tho past
three or four yours. It is claimed
that tho Mississippi will have become
back number, measured by the
World's standard, long before she is
placed in commission. The Mississi
ppi and its sistor-ship, the Idaho,
both of 13.000 tons' disulacoment.
were authorized by Congress in th
spring of 1903, and at this late hour
Congress is being scordod for refus
ing to considor the - advice of the
oxperts for heavier and speedier
battle-ships. "At a time," declares
the New York Tribune, "when in
tho English and Japanese navies a
3peed of eighteen knots an hour -Is
the miuitrum that is considered for a
battle-ship and nineteen knots is
sought and attained, wo are build
ing a vessel that will have only a
speed of seventeen knots."
Tho opinion among naval officers
of this and other countries is now for
big and fast battle-ships. Admiral
Dewey is of tKo opinion that the
battle-ship of the future must have
high speed and about 18,000 . ton,
displacement in order to carry a'
battery of tremendous power. In
this view the Admiral is supported
by nearly all the exports of both
England and Germany, according to
reports to the New York Herald.
President Roosevelt and tho mem
bers of the House Committee cn Na
val Board lately recommended that
two battle-ships authorized by the
last Congress be raised from 16,000
tons to 18,000 tons.
Though deficient in speed, these two
.Sli'.ESiJlBi'fi -fe&yXY. JiWu: .egualto.
some of our own biggestbaltle-ships,
which leads tho Philadelphia Inquir
er to remark that "there aro not
many bigger or more formidable
battle ships afloat than the Mississi-
ppi will be when it goes into com
mission," Tho Inquirer says:
"It is not 0 long sinco the famous
Oregon was new, and with its to
nnage of 11,000 and its nominal speed
of lG.8it was considered a crack a
jack, but now it has been relegated
to tho class of second-raters along
with the Indiana, Iowo, and tho Mas
sachusetts, which closely resemble it
in armament and dimensions. All
four were launched in 1893 and put
in commission three years later,.
They are less than ten years old and
already, the naval sharps sniff at
them contemptuously. 4 -
"Yet their, cafJRuifjriipre
much better thai) obsoleto oven be
foro it lias been completed. The
naval men have been convinced by
their observation of tho fighting in
the Far East, and especially of. the
manner in which Adlmiral Togo
crushed tho forcos of his adversary
in tho engagement of the Sea of
Japan, that the battle-ship of tho
future is going to bo a" tremondous
affair of 18,000 tonnage or tliore
abouts, and because the Mississippi
does not reaoii or nearly approach
this standard they aro not prepar
ed to recognize in "it a particularly
valuable Addition to the naval
strength St-the country, Thpy ought
to know, and thoir opinions aro en
titled to icspect. As tho most pro
gressive naval countries, such as
Great Britain and Japan, aro engag
ed in building or projecting mon
sters which will furnish a stable
platform for more guns of tho. heav
iest caliber thun have heretofore
been employed, it must be regretted
that in the case ff tho Mississippi
and of tho Idaho, its sifitor vossol,
Congress ran counter to tho reco
mmendations of tho naval Board . .
"The most serious criticism to
which th' Mississippi is open is In
vited byitsinadequato engino-powor.
Tho Riihso Japanese engagements
conclusively demonstrated tin im
mense importanco of superior speed.
It was because, owing to his advan
tage In this respect, ho could choose
his own ranges that Admiral Togo
was ablo to crush the enemy with go
little loss or risk to himself, and it is
a pity that the Mississippi has not
been designed to steam mpro than
seventeen knots an hour. This is a
knot an hour Jos than the Japanese
battle-ships Wo ought to do better
than that." Lltorqry Digest.
STEEL SAFES that
Of tho latest designs in any mareriul known to the Initio, including Yvliito Bronze and also Ileal. j
JJronze. Call on or write
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box f5-4:2
STATIONS A.M. j P M ST ATT OK S J A. M.. l M.
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a.m. a. jr.. -a. Jt. : a.m. p.m. i. m: 'p.m. a.m. p.m.
Kahului Leavo T.OO 8.42 1 l 4ft 2.U0 3.45 Kahului Lrn.ve 0.20 1.20'
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 8.54 " 12.00 2.12 .67 Puunoue Anive G.35 1.351
Wailuku Lcavo 7.20 9.05 12.26 2,20 4.03 Pu'tlnone Leave G.-1U 1.40''
Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 j, 12.40 2.32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6.55 l.i5-
Kahului Leave 7.35" 9.40 -'y : 2,35' Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05:
Sp'villo Arrive 7.47 - 9.66 ' 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20)
Sp'ville Lcavo 7.50 10.10 2.50 Puunene -Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.02 10.25 3.07 Ivnl.ului Ariive 8.35 3.40
Paia Leave 8.12 10.55 I 3.12
Sp'vilft Arrive 8.24 11.10 ! 3.24 L
Sp'villo Leave .8.27 1130 , - - 3.28 ' - -
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 J 3.38 j
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San Francisco and tho Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO;; ' ' -"
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Importers ci n d Dealers In
NORVEST and REDWOOD LUMBEli in all sizes rough "and surfaced;- SASH. DOORS and BI IN EX
in Cedar and Redwood. CEDAR MOULDINGS and INSIDE FINISHING LUMBER, also a full line ol '
CORRUGATED JROJiLVAN2ED'70N, -ZJ.NO,' GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, COAL TAH.
--GE3TENT, OILS raid PAINTS, FENCE WIRE and STAPLES: NAILS PITCH, OAK I'M, Etc: Etc.
For sale for rent. lost, found, situations or
help wantod advertisements will ho publish
ed unaor mis noiwing ax tno roirnriue
rates: 8 cents a lino llrst Issue, tlvuconts u
line second Issue nnd tnreo cents a lino encli
succeeding Issue. Seven words to constitute
a lino nino linos a inch Broken lines to
count as iuu nuos.
The Thruc-room detached Cottnge .of
the Windsor Hotclj suitable for li$it
iiuusckwijiii.l;, ur win rum mollis separ
ately. Apply to MRS. M. CAR.NBGIE,
MONEY TO LOAN.
$6000 In amounts to suit applicants,
on approved security. Apply to
JAMES U COKIS,
Alty. at Iaw
11 3t Wailuku, Maui.
Nov. 22- Str. Clnudino Parker, for
Nov. 25-Str. Clf udine Parkor.frrm
Our' patrons aro uqtifiod
that we are prbparccl at
all times to furnish moat
as good as tho best and
at prices as low as the
W. T. ROBINSON,
A Plow Team Overseer, a irin
who is Experienced with live stock.
WAILUKU SUGAR CO.
Card oi Thanks.
The Ladio3 Guild of ,the Church of
the Good Shepherd Wailuku disires
to exprets its hih apprecifttinn of the
generous patronage accorded hy
eople of Maul toft be Bagaar
1C of P. Hall last Satur-
nu; and also wishes to
frank the ladies and geu tie-
so materially aided tho
,jnd Aloha Lodge No. 3 K.
ueir many favors on the
and Durable. Lawn and Cemetery Furniture.
don't absorb moisture and aro absolutely Fireproof.'
Jiah u lu i Stailroad Company
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
mWn Fruit Market
NG LEONG, Propruator.
PER ALL STEAMERS
BELL FLOWER APPLES
ORANGES : LEMONS NUTS
California Fruit. During 8cnnon.
Tolephone Orders Promptly Filled.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
frBsh, puroi milk, or froah milk
Tel. 166 Makowao
Maui Ice Cream Parlor
FRESH SODA WATER,
CANDT, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRESH CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, opp. Leo Hop.
treet, opp. Leo Hop.
AH, SEE, Pronator,
ftVT'HI- Pi I'Sh
("At the Sea's- Shore.")
ONE M1S1UTEWALK FROM BOATlANDINn
COOL, AIRY ROOMS,
INVIGORATING SEA ATR
and an EXCELLENT 'TABLE
MaUcs Living at this Hotel a Joy
SPECIL RATES BY TUB
WEEK OR MONTH
Ycu uake no mistake when .ygn .pt'
up here. Sample Room Aitacuii
Tcllphonc Fon Use Of Guests '
GCORGE FREELAND, manager
MAUNA LOATIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and
TUESDAY NOV 28
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P. M
and LAHAINA, MIDNIGHT.
For Honolulu, on"
THURSDAY NOV 23
'WVIONDAY DEC. 'i
Fbr particulars, Freight & Passage
. . Apply to
Navigation Co. Lt'd.
Market Street ' Wailuku
ANT0NE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo &' Seattle"
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