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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906
nro famed tho "world over for their excellence.
There are Sweet Pickles and Sour Pickles but all
are good Pickles whan tho namo of 1IBINZ is
on the bottle.
Homo without good pickles is not what homo
should be. HEINZ PICKLES make- many
a homo happy. Almost might it have been
written, "What is Homo without a Pickle?"
HEINZ 5 T
of Good Things for the table are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties are Miaco Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Kot
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressinsr.
Hackfeld & Co
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
? ' AND
Cream Pure Rye Vhiskies
v Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This brand -denotes quality
Wpte us in regards to your
Leather needs Send your
b Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment
Metropolitan Meat Co.
- LIMITED -
1 i HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
It Corner Market and Main fits. VVnihikn. Mnni
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OP
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
P BUTTLED ISELRS.
25c 2 GLASSES
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
. KIVIURA, Proprietor.
When you want your enrringo repaired (o last I
! GENERAL BLACKSAilTHING:-IIORSB SHOEING. f
bring it tp tho right ehoi).
Association Meeting at Kipnliiilti.
TIio semi annual nioollntj of tlio
Protestant churches of Maui, Lmni
and Molokai was hold at Kipuhulu the
nasi two weeks. The churches won
well represented by their pastors ur.d
delojjatos from the Sunday Schools
and sociotics of Christian Endeavor.
The opening wns. held Rurirtny
morning, March 18, with a Sermon
by Rev. bamuol kanu, who is now
teaching at Lahainnhna Seminary.
but is also pastor emeritus of tho
Wainee Church. L-iliulna. In tlu'
afternoon of Sunday tho Lord's Sup
per was observed, which wns follow
cd by three addresses t thetnemWot'K
of tlio society of Christian 'Cndeuynr,
Rev. DoremusSciidder, D. i;.poke on
"The Chr'stian Endeavor Si.tioly
the right hand of the . (Suitor, Rev
Rowland B. Dodge on "The Oi'iutn
and Development of the Christian
Endeavor Mo oment,!'' and Rev
Enoch S. Timoteo upiii tlio "Work of
Christian Endeavor in the Islands,"
On Monday tlio roll ol the churches
was made up, and t lie next few days
were devoted to business. Reports
were read from the churches Sunday
SuIiooIb and socle tics of Christian En
denvor, and committees were an
pointed, to look after tho various in
'.eivsts of the churches. IIon.SamuelE
Kuiuc was elected auditor of .the an
counts of Rv. R. B. Dodge, who Ins
charge of the repairs of tlio churches
and par sonages and pays thesalaries
of tile ministers through the Maui Aid
The Association sanctioned the call
of thq Wainee Church, Laliaina, to
Rev. W. D. K. Wliite for a term of
Ilvo years, and h ive appointed a
committee to install linn next Sunday,
April l: now Jolin lv. Hilno was
called for two years to Kaanapali,
and Rev. Joseph P. Iuaina begins
work at Ivcokea, Kula, on April 1
Several events ef special interest
took place during tho week. On Mon
day evening, Rev. Enoch S. Timoteo
gave a stirring addrcsn upon '"The
Early Missions in the Islands," On
Saturdry morning 'the Association
planted a tree near tho old coral
meeting house, and in tha evening
the visitors listened to on excellent
concert in the old church. On Sun
day tho usu.il Sunday School conven
tionfwas held. A large sum of money
was raised for the expenses of the
Kipahulu church, $00.00 of which
paiu an outstanding debt to tlio pas
tor, 2nd $50.00 was deposited in the
Wailuku Saving's Bank toward the
much needed repairs on tho parson
age. Many thanks are due Manager
Haneberg for his generous hospitality
and to tlio Kipahulu Church people
for the entertainment thay gave tho
pastors and dolegates from all parts
ol the Islands
Mr. fetor N. luuiokuoluna was
moderator of tho Association and
Rev, W. D. K. White, scribe. Be
sides tile already mentioned, Rev,
and Mrs. O. II. Guliok, Mrs. E.'S.
Timoteo, and Mr. John Martin of
H-inolulu were pre.-ent.
LEE YEE-LAU SEE By Rev
Rowland B. Dodge, March 25, a
the Chinese .Churjti, Mr. Lee Yee of
Waikapu to Miss Lau See of lion jlulu
The Duke o! Dui'liniii,
Tho late Mr, Washington Duko, of
Durham, North Carqlina, at home
known as "Undo Wash," who manu
i'netured tobacco products so exton
s'vi lyfor a quartei of a eenti ry, used
to tell a quaint hi He st ry on himself.
"Tho first tiini' I t.ravMed abroad,"
Iio said, ''J visited Brussels, and went
to see all its fights. In one of the
public buildings I found an ordinary
looking a nnehair carefully riiil'd off
and with a elm iti across its front
Being tired with n hard morning of
tramping, I stepped over Hit fence,
let down tno chain, and, with a big
slch ol nlief, dropped into thUt hnir.
tho only one I had seen in the build
ititf. A ijuard in I: oe ami buttons
wms on me at once.
"Ni ailthuf in that chairl" he
blustered. 'SJ ti:e card on the buck?
The Duke of Wellington once oo
oupied tiiat chairl1
"Well, and what ql it?' I returned,
cool as a cucumber. 'I'm Duko of
.Durham, and alive ut thntl'
"This settled the matter; down to
tho Uoor wont that flunkey, brushing
tho duat from mv heavy Amoripnn
shoofi "vvith W hnndkorohlpf of real
Ncafc, Uoasonnblo ami Durablo. Lawn ami Comotcry Kimituro .
VAULT FROM I S v
STEBLtSAFES Uitvt don't absorb mnisMtrd nntl ii.ro absolutely Fireproof.
Of tho latest designs in tiny niareriul known to tlio trade, including vhito Brotizo and also Rt a
Bronze. Call on or write to I T YTP! J ? TA
' -ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sis. W AA fi LLlIu &i J
F. O. Boc 645 Honolulu
Dn. P. A ST. SURE
rilVSICIAN AND SUItOEON
Ollice and Residence Wailuku Hotel.
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Datk Name From
April 3. Sonoma Colonies
4, Sierra. -....S F.
4, Moana Colonie1!
7, Coptic... ". S. F.
7, Miowora Vancouver
7, Mongolia Yokohama
13, Ahinieda. . S. F.
14, Clr'na. ,' Yokohama
14, Siberia &. F.
20, 'Nebriskan S. F.
21, Amoriea Maru S. F.
21. Ven tu ra i . : . Colonies
24, Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
25, Sonoma '. S. F-
Muy 1, Doi'ic... Yokohama
1, Maheno Colonies
2, Mongolia S. F.
4, Alameda. ... , S. F.
5, Moana. .'. . Vancouver
8, Manchuria Yokohama
0; China .. S F.
11. Nevadan .,. S. F.
15, Sierra;'-. v . ..Colonies
10, Ventura ,S. F.
17, Nippon Maru S. F.
18, Hongkong Maru . Yokohamo
22, Korea Yokohama
24, Doric. S. F.
Aln..,,wl.. ci rr
""""W ..O. V.
30. Miowora Cnlnnina
Juno 1, Manchuria S. F.
1,' Coptic. Yokohama
1, Nebraskan V.S. F.
2, Maheno Vancouver
5, Sonoma Colonics
0, Sierra . S. F.
8, Siberia Yokohama
12, Hongkong Maru, S. F.
15, America Maru... Yokohnma
15, Alameda S. F.
19, Korea . . .,S. F.
22, Nevadan S. F.
20, Coptic S. F.
2(5, Mongolia Yokohama
20, Ventura Colonise
27, Sonoma -,S. F.
27, Moana. :. ..Colouies
STEAMERS TO DEPART
Datk Name von
April 1, Nevadan S.F.
3, Sonoma ; S. F.
4, Sierra ...Colonies
4, Moana Vancouver
7, Coptic Yokoh-ama
7, Miowora Colonies
(f Mongolia S. F,
14, China S. F,
14, Siberia Yokohama
18, Alamoia S. F.
21, America Maru. .Yokohama
22, Nebraskan S. F.
24, Ventura S. F.
24, Nippon Maru S. F.
25, Sonoma Colonies
May lt Doric R. F.
1, Mahono .....,. .Vancouver
2, 'Mongolia Yokohama
5', 'Moaun Coloi.let.
8. Mauchuria S. F.
!). China Yokohama
!l, Alameda S. F.
IB, Nevadan S. F.
15, Sl"rra S. F
1(5, Ventura Colonies
17. Nippon Maru Yokohama
18, Hongkong Maru.. . S, F.
,22, Korea S. F.
24. Dori.r Yokohama
30, Alameda s. F.
30, Miowora Vancouver
Juno 1, Mannhurin Yokohnma
J, Cnptie S F,
2, Mahono '..Colonies
8, Npbrankan S. F.
fi, Soupaia , . . , . S. F.
0. Sierra Coloa'es
8, Siberia .S. F.
12. Hongkonc Maru. Yokohama
10, America Maru S. F
10, Korea Yokobaum
,4U, AiamMta. .a. i
For snlo. for rent, lost, found, situation or
liolp wnntcd ndvurtiscmonts will bo publish
ed nndor this lu adinif at tho followlnc
rates: 8 cents a lino ursttssuo, llvo cents a
liuo second Issue nod thrco cents n lino each
succeeding issuo .Seven words to constltuto
a Hue ntuo lines a inch llrokcn lines to
count as full lin-s.
Dci--'-ti o Kahui'.i
Mar. 21 -Str. , t u. ice Pai ker, ior
Mar. 24-Str. Cleudino Parker, frrm
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SUCCESSOR TO CHONG CHUNG.
"FRESH SODA WATER,
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS,.
FRESn CAKES TO ORDER,
- Market Street, Wailuku.
H. OKAMURA, Propritor.
Patronize local men
Don't send lu Hoi en u
when you can insure at home.
F. P. UOSECRANS,
Local Ag nt New York Life.
W. J. MOODY
Cotjtrnctor nnd builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
rilONE NO 1. KAHULUI, MAUI.
Services at Island Churches
Chuhcii Or Holy Innocents, Laimina
Canon A. H. Wojmoutli, Itector.
Holy Coinmupion,'7:00 A'. M, every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning sevico 11:00
A.Mr Evening Prayer, 1:301. M. During Ad
Vent and Lenten season special wcolt day ser
vices. WAINEHCllOHCIl, LAIIAINA.
Itov. S, Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y, P. S. O. E, at 1:00 T. M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer Meeting at 8:30 P. M,
Thursday tcrnoon, Women's Meeting, 3:30 P,
M. Friday afternoon, ChoirUohearsal 3:30 P.M.
("At the Sea's Shore.")
ONE MINUTE WALK FHOM BOAT LAN 01 NCI
COOL, AIRY ROOMS,
INVIGORATING .SEA AIR
and an EXCELLENT TABLE . '
Makes Living at tl is Hotel a Joy
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK OR MONTH
YcuLiake no mistake; when ycu
uphove. Samplb Room Aitaci'ki'
Telephone For Use Of Guests.
GEORGE FREGLAND, Mfinnfien
Market Stiuw Wailuku
ANTONE 'B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ol
Celebrated Priuio & SqK'm
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a ctaily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makavvao
ItOMAN CATHOMC OllUHCH, l.AHAINA.
Hev. Fathor Oliver.
First Mass, week days S:0O. A. M. Sundays and
holiday, 10:00 A. M. Jlenediction 2:30 p. m.
Moetings at Salvation Army Hall, Marlict
at., v i-. w. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at tS P. M. Salvation meotiug nt 8 P. M,
FOKNIQN PitOTESTANT CHUHCII.
It. V. Ut zata, Pastor.
Sunday Sohool at 10l A. U.
Puhlio Worsuip at 11:00 A. M.
Kaaiiumanu cuniiait, Waimjku
Itav. J. f u, Pastor.
Suuday sorjool. 9:30 A. M. Mornlntr snrr'nn n
A- M; V. I'. S. O. 'J. from 7:00 P. M. tn 8:00 p.
oo i m. nekirSiii
PolCTUGl;HP ?HlTB8TA.VT MISSION-Paia
ii. u. nuuHw. isvnngoiwi. tj.saiuiol lo.a. m
T-mj'.M.. 8. SohiHit at Humakuapoku ots I'.u
UNION OHUItOH. WAILUKU.
II V. lUmland H Dadao. P.ltor. Pmnnhlnir
Servloo ni usual 817,10 p. M
TliBOnnitoti OfTiiw Ooon Siiki'iibiik
Itev, Canon Ault, Uootor. ,
IIolv Oammuiiion. lit. .tnl .ith r.th
A. U, Stul Bunday at 11 A."il. Matiw & Harmon
at U A. M. dgjldran's survlae. Ut aiinlnu m a
p. SL BvufaB and Srwon at Puuuote, 7s30.
Holy Pj, Iluly QhiotuuIoh at 7 A. M. Dally,
Market Street. , Wailuku
Nothing but the best of
Well Kimvn Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
St. Anthony's Ciiuhoji, wailuku
55 1' 'iIav SrriaM. nnrutAnnlAn fthi a I aHr
naaiK . ... ' .S. F. IrtMi'it Anaa ttffk A. AT TnatMi.11 t t?.w, I .' . ' L 7 .
Wailuku Fruit Market
NG -LEONG, Proprietor.
VER ALL STEAMERS
DELL FLOWER APPLES
ORANGES LEMONS vn-rc
CnlifoiMiIa Fruit Duping
Tolophone Orders Promptly Filled,
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