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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1905
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Bo suro that your CREMO CIGAR
has tho word CREMO perforated in tho
wrapper of tho cigar. Tho CREMO has
no band. It has only its perforated mark
and tho best flavor and smoking qualities
to distinguish it from any other 5c. Cigar.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
D1RBCT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
HTM " 1 J A i. 1',.
q Jnis Dranu ucuuics quanty
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
Ty, certain of fair Treatment ,
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Wholesale Dealer In
Standard Brands op
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C. LEMPS, RAINIER, AND PRIMO
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
S. KlMURA, Wailuku, Maul.
When you want your carringo repaired to last
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING, g
vS Main St. near Market, Wailuku, .Waul
bring it to the right shop.
DAN. T. CAREY
Imports and Exports ol Rice.
The United Slates has enterei'. the
list of the world's rice-producing1 and
expo! tiny countries. Figures com
piled by the Departmen of Commerce
aud Labor through its Bureuu of
Statistic show that the exports of
rice to Cuba alone in tho fiscal year
1905 amounted to 34.97C.414 pounds,
against 098,983 pounds in the pre
ceding year, tho value of rice export
ed to Cuba being $993,819 in 1905,
against $19,985 in 1904. Tho total
value of rice of domestic production
shipped out of tho country in tho
liscalycar 1905, including that to the
noncontiguous territory of tho United
Statos, was $5,361,641, again3t $667,'
387 in 1900 and $16,454 in 1895.
Meantime the imports of rlco have
lallen from practically four million
dollars in 1899 to two millions in 1905,
and for the first llmo in tho history
of our commerce tho rico exports
exceed in value tho rice imports.
Prior to 1899 tho rice imports ranged
botween three and four million dol
lars per annum, and tho exports had
novor reached as much as $100,000
in value. In 1900, as already indicat
ed, the exports exceeded half a mill
Ion dollars, in 1901 they were about
one and o half million, In 1902 they
exceeded two millions, in 1903 they
were two and a half millions in value,
in 1904 two and three-quarters mill
ion, and in 1905, as already indicat
ed, $5, 361,641 including in these
figures tho shipments to tnu noncon
tiguous territory of the United
This remarkable change In the
movements into and outof the United
States is due in part to the large in
crease in production, which has re
cently developed in Louisiana and
Texas and in part to tho new relat
ions of the. United States with certain
rico-consuming communities, especi
ally those of Pot to Rlco, Hawaii, and
Cuba, tho two former through an
nexation and the latter through the
reciprocity treaty. Formerly rice
was grown only iu the coast counties
of tho Carolinas'and Georgia and the
Mississippi delta, but a tew years
ago it was discovered through ex
periments mado by the Department
of Agriculture that certain prairie
lauds in southern Louisiana and
Texas, which had been formerly con
sidered fit only for grazing, were
peculiary adapted to rico culture.
Theso orairies are comparatively
level, with a slight slope toward the
Gulf, aud have a number of naviga
ble rivers and numerous lakes and
bayous from which irrigation, so
necessary for rico culture, can bo
developed aud conducted at com
paratively small expense. The
prairies are from 20 to 70 feet above
tho surfaco of the streams and bay
ous, and intersected by numerous
ridges slightly higher than tho rest
of tho land. On theso ridges canals
are built on tho surface level by
throwing up paralled levees, while
pumping plants at the heads of the
canal lift the water from the stream
or lake into these canals, from which
it is carried by gravity to the areas
in which is required for Irrigation.
In addition to this, the prairies in
questioa are underlain at a depth of
from 100 to 400 feet by a wator bear
ing gravel, from which a water
supply is readily obtained by arte
sian wells. The discovery, through
tho joint work of tho Department of
Agriculture and the Geological
Survey, that this area was especially
availed for rioe production resulted
In a large movoment ot population
from tho States of the Middle West
to this nee-producing section, and, us
a consequence, the production of rice
in the United States has grown from
less than 100 million pounds in 1880
und 137 millions in 1890 to nearly one
billion pounds in 1904, and the United
States now takes rank among the
rlce-produclug countries of tho world.
To be sure, it is not to bo expected
that the United States will ever com
pare with the great rieoproducing
countries of the Orient, where this
article is the chW food supply, labor
plentiful, and climate especially suit
ed to its production, yet in point ot
quantity available for distribution to
the world's markets the United
States even now holds qulto an im
portant rauk. At present the United
States apparently ranks fot rth in
the list of rice-producing countries
of tho world, tho figures of exports
in tho latest available years being;
India, 5,533,000,000 pounds- Siam,
1,893,000,000 pounds; French Indo
China, 1,514,000,000 pounds; the
United States, 204,854,679 pounds,
including shipments to its noncon
tiguous territory; Japan, 103,000,000
pounds; Dutch East Indies, 85,000,000
pounds; Italy, 82,000,000 pounds;
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STEEL SAFES that don't absorb moisture and are absolutely Fireproof
Of tho latest designs in any material known to tho trade, including vhito Bronze and also Real.
Bronze. Call on or write to
ALAKEA ST., Bet. Kins: and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box 642 Honolulu
J. C. AXTBLL & CO
Our patrons aro notified
that wo aro prepared at
all times to furnish meat
as good as tho best and
at prices as low as the
w. r. ROBINSON,
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The Lahainaluna gardens are in
line conditiou. There is a largo field
ofp sweet potatoes; also sorghum,
sisal, flourishing cane in bloom, an
orange tree bearing fruit, the
cus'ard apple, tho alligator pear,
pride of India and cypress trees,
banana trees, and cocoanut treos.
About 80 Eucalyptus trees have been
planted. Tho vegetable garden is
well cared for, and, is, very product
ive. Some beautiful roses and other
flowers have escaped tho omnivo
Father Thomas went to Honolulu,
to welcome Bishop Libert on Kts
return from Europe.
The death of Samuel Nowlien oc
curred on Tuesday afternoon at the
family residonce, after au illness of
several weeks. He was born on
Molokaion April 3, 1851. His parents
were James Michael and Archilla
Nowlien. His father was an English
man, and related to the Troadway
family. His first wife, Lucy Nowlien,
died on Oct. 16, 1899. His adopted
son, Richard Nowlien passed away
in Honolulu, and was burled In a
private cemetery at Lahaina, on
December 6, 1902.
The Major married Emma U.
Smithies of Honolulu on August
22, 1903. The ceremony being per
formed at St. Cross Parson ago,
Lahaina. The baptism of their
infant daughter Sarah took place on
Christmas Day, 1904. On one or
two occosions Samuel Nowlien served
as delegate ot the church of the
Holy Innocents, at the annual con
vocation in St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Honolulu. He was a member of
Masonic Lodge Le Progres del'
Oceanle, No. 124; also Kamehamoha
Lodge of Perfection, and Nuuanu
Chapter, Roso Croix. In the Scott
ish Rite Brother Nowlien had advan
ced as far as tho 18th degree Iu the
days of the Hawaiian Monarchy,
Majcr Nowlien was Commandor of
tho Royal Forces in Honolulu. A
wife, child, and two brothers survive
The funeral took place on Wednes
day afternoon at tho family residence.
There was a largo attendanco of
sympathizing friends, including per
sons of .several religous faith. A
procession was formed, consisting
ofLahalna policemen escorting the
hearse; the Wo Hiug Society, with
funeral bannors; carriages convey
ing the bearers, the relations of tiie
deceasod, and others; and a large
number of people on foot. The burial
took place 111 a private cemetery,
near the Lahaina pumping station.
After tho Episcopal Committal
Servico, and the completion of tho
work at the cemetery, the Wo Hing
Society left two mortuary flags over
tho grave, in the midst of floral tri
bute. The pall bearers wore Messrs
Searle, Freeland, Dunn, Decoto,
Gannon ni.d Rendnhl.
A singular coincidence deserves
special notice. Richard Nowlien,
the adopted son of Samuel Nowlieu,
was burled on the 6th of December
1902. Tho Major's own funeral took
place on December 6, 1905, an inter
val of exaotly three yoars occurring
between the two interments.
The pall-bearers on Wednesday
afternoon were selected Irom tho
Wailuku Fruit Market
NG LEONG, 'Proprietor.
PER ALL STEAMERS
BELL FLOWER APPLES
ORANGES LEMONS NUTS
California Fruit During Senwon,
Tolophono Orders Promptly Filled.
Maui Ice Cream Parlor
FRESH SODA WATER,
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRESH CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, opp. Leo Hop.
AH SEE, Propritor.
For salo, for rout, lost, found, situations nr
holp wanted advertisements will bo publish
ed under tills heading at tho following
rates: 8 cents a lino llrsl lssuo, live cents a
line second lssuo and threo cents a lino each
succeeding lssuo. Seven words to constitute
a lino nine linen a Inch Urolien lines to
count as full lines.
Dec. 6 - Str. Claudine Parkor,for
CleuJine Parker, frnn
Services at Island Churches
Ciicncn Of Holy Innocents, Lahaina
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. ovory Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning service 11:00
A. M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day ser
vices. WAINEECIIDHCII, LAHAINA.
Rev. S. ICapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S.C, E. at 1:00 P.M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:30 P.M.
Thursday afternoon, Womon's Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday aftornoon, CholrRehearsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Church, Lahaina.
Rev. Father Oliver.
First Mass, week days 6:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Iicnedtctlou 3:30 p. in.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at 2 P. M. Salvation meeting at 8 P. M.
St. Anthony's Chuuch, Wailuku
Sunday Service Communion, 6,00 A. M. Child
rcn's Mass, 8:30 A. M. Instruction In English.
Second Mass, 10:00 A. M. Sermon In Hawaiian
and Portuguese After Mass. Uonedlctlon. 11:4'
A. M., Rosery and Instruction for natives, week
days Mass 6. A. M. Holidays falling during
wook: Communion at 6: A. M. Mass at 0 00 A.
FOREIGN PROTESTANT CHURCH.
R. V. Drzata, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Public Worship at 11:00 A. M.
tw i n rir irt i i
ivaore,i-3,uuu,uuu.pouuus;anu opaio, "f if . Ttousuat Sundayf evening service?
30, 000,000 pounds. . ..IoiH85
TiiECnuitcii Or The Good SiiKriiF.iin
Ror, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd Sunday at 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
at 11 A. M. Children's servico, 1st Sunday at 2
P. M. Evonsong and Sermon at Puuneno, 7:30.
Holy Days,,Holy Communion at 7 A. M, Dully,
Matins at 7:30.
KAAnuuANU Chuuch, Wailuku
Rev. J, Nua, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A.M. Morning servicer 11
A. M. Y. P. S. O. E. from 7:00 P. M. to 8:00 P.
M. Afternoon servico, Wailuku, Sunday School
2:00 P. M. Revival meeting 3:00 P. M. All welcome.
Pohtuouese Pkotestant Mission Paia
M.G.Santos, Evangelist. S. School lO.a.-m
Gospel preaching, 11, a. m., Prayer Meeting
7-30 P.M., S. School at Hamakuapoku at 2 P.m.
UNION CHURCH, WAILUKU.
("At the Sea's Shorn.")
ONE MINUTE WALK FROM BOAT LAN Dl NO
COOL, AIRY ROOMS, ' ".
INVIGORATING SEA AIR
and an EXCELLENT TABLE
Makes Living at .this Hotel a Joy
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK CR MONTH
Ycui.inke no p.. stake when you pu
'.pi ve. Sample Room Aitachhi
TrtiHONE For Use Of Gursts
GUORGE FREELAND, Manaji
MAUNA LOAJTIME TABLE
LEAVES HOiNOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and
FRIDAY DEC. 8
TUESDAY DEC. 19
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P. M
and LAHAINA, MIDNIGHT.
For Honolulu, on
THURSDAY DEC. 14
MONDAY DEC. 25
For particulars, Freight & Passage
Inter Island Steam .
Navigation ft. Lt'd.
Market Street Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo & Seafae
25c s Glasses 25c
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makawao
Market Street, Wailuku
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
A Plow Team Overseer, a man
who is Experienced with Ijvo stock.
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