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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 19()6
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arc famed the world over for thoir oxcollonco.
Thorotiro Swost Pickles and Sour Pickles but nil
tiro good Pickles when the name of HEINZ is
on the bottle.
Homo without good pickles is not what homo
should bo; HEINZ PICKLES innko many
a homo happy. Almost might it have been
written, "What is Homo without a Pickle?"
ntnu o i
of Good Things for the table are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties aro Minco Moat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressinar.
urn CI r
The Mnlrnwtto Literary Society
mot at thu. Hnmhktia pnkri homo of
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Nk-ull, Tuesday
cvonlnf, tho filh. Delightful weath v
c&usad a lartfo attendance of the
district people. Tho following pro-
rnih of entertainment was mist
Selection On tho Angclus. V .S.
Quartet. Mrs. Hair,MissSteelc,
Messrs. Hnznta and Murdlck.
Piano Solo. Miss Suboy.
4. Rcmlniseoncos of llio Cuban War.
D. Quartot. Mis TIuir,Mlss Steele,
Mobsrs. Bars t.n nnd IvHiidockj
Piano Solo. Misb blicflli kl.
Faroe, '"flip Pipe of Penc.O,"
with tlio lutyowinu dramatis
pcrponno: Mhjh iCthc'l Smith,
Joe Tenil, W. O. Aiken.
Mr.Fostor's talk was most inlor-
ostm: including as- it did personal
experiences. The farce, a sort of a
family disagreement, Aas oxeellontly
lortrayod and created much amuse
Maui Wine &
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter ; t
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs. Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment
- LIMITED -
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING IJUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD ItRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PR1MO
25C 2 GLASSES
SPOUTING ISLAND P HOP LIS
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage lvnnirwl to lust e
bring it to tho right bIiod.
GENBRAL BLACKSA1ITHING IIORSB SHOEING, g
O H I SSI! i l
Ngat., Lioasonablp and Durablo. Lawn and Ccmotcry Funiiuro
VAULT FROIN I S
STEBL SAFES that don't absorb mmsturo mid aro absolutely Firepr o
Of tho lutost. designs in any tiiareritil known to the trade, including Yvhilo Bronze and nlso Ro
Brolizo. Dull on or write to 3 t YTFI I C f
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box; GA-2t
Notice of StocKlioldci'rt' Meeting
Maui t'nni.isniNo Company, Lt'd'.
An old kmnatiiim, Mrs. Cutlierine
Steward, was called very suddenly to
her rest at a little-after eiht o'clock
Friday night. Mrs. Steward, who
was eighty-three years of Dye, was
conversing with her dauyhlor, Mrs.
Catherine Lloyd, at the residence of
the latter in luilihi, and with the
members of the family, when he sud
denly' sank back in her chair and was
dead almost before her daughter and
her raucliildren realized that any
thing was wrong. It was a case of
heart failure, probably duo to her
great nge, liut Mrs. Stewr rd had uot
complained at all of illness, and in fact
had lately been very well.
She had resided in Honolulu for
nearly fifty years, having come here
from Australia, and leaves two. ebil
dren, Mrs. Lloyd and James Steward
and numerous grandchildren and
T. A.Lloyd of the Kahului Railroad
Comimuy is one of her grandchildren,
The annual meeting of the Maui
Publishing Company, Limited, will be
hold at the office, of ,D. II Case,
Wailuku, County of Maui, Mondav,
April 30, li)0li, at 7:30 p. m.
Oflicors will.be elected, ' reports
received, and the advisability of levy
ing an assessment considered, as
Well as such other business as moy
regularly come boforo the mooting.
D.. H. CASE,
YVHght may mnltc deal
Registered at the Wuiluku Hotel.
April 12. Charles L. Stokes, Berk
eley, Cal ; John M. McDonald,- Hark
Fooling Suey; Charles Weidner, C. T.
Rarmoud, Lockport, N. Y.; K P.
Crbwson, Stbneman,, Mass.; Hans M.
DAN. T. CAREY
u; Main St. near Market,
Wailuku, Maui 1
Bishop & Co. 's Bnnk I Tlieenten-
etl With Boycott.
According to tho editors of the
local Chinese papers a movement i&
on foot for boycotting Bishop & Co.'s
bank by Chinese merchants, unless
that establishment discharge. HoFon,
for long its Chinese clerk. Tho grjev
since against Ho Fon is that lie refuses
to surrender to a certtin faction
$12,000 of the China boycott fund
which he holds in trust under a heavy
After the money was raised in litis
American territory to aid tho boy
cott of American mercliandiseinCliina,
word came from the leaders at home
that tho proffered assistance would
not be required. Accordingly the
sum was put in bank- through Ho
Foil's agency. Since then there lias
been disagreement as to tlio disposi
tion of tho fund.
Wo Fat, at tho turbulent meeting
of the United (Jhuiesu Society lusl
week, pre posed t keep the money in
Hoiioh'lu.- It has already been relat
ed how a mob .stormed W -Fat'
restaurant and had to be bui.tan off
by tho police, rim antagonists want
ed the miiieysont 'to China for aiding
fihoolg. T.iey inndo a demand on
Ho Foh. aceord'uiirly, which lie refun
od. Ilirt b' nd; if imthii g elp,hraced
Another etiuse or wrath tu'ttiiwt
Ho Fin is '.hat he had a call ol a
iiieetiiiir of the U O. S., ol which he
U In tt!-urer. ginned In ti.e papers
' Al! tt o Chi.iese Sigi f ii Honolulu."
At tl o meeting he admitted that this
was wrong, but suld they could ex
onse him or'not as they pleased.
This nmdy thbin uDgrier and when
Wo Fat took Ho Fon's -ert cm the
general Usupk ttieir vneanoa shaped
into a boycott of Wq Fat's litwliory
in Hotel street.
As yet the lioycott of Dishop & Co
lias not been declared. Iu the inetp-
time the CWuee consul U trying to
SIIIPPINGNEWS . .
rv 'u'-o Kahuhi
April ll.-Str. C ouc'.ine Parker, ior
April 4.-St r. Clrudino Parker, frrm
WASHINGTON, March 20. Al
though Secretary Taft of the War
Department saw fit recently to deny
a report that Japan had made certain
overtures to tho United States, for
the acquisitiou of the Philippines, cor
roborative evidence is at baud that
tho Japanese Government has been
desirous of opening negotiations to
that end, and when former Governor
Wrinht of the Philippines goes to
Japan as the first Amorican Embas
sador to that country lie will bo
empowered by this Government to
enter upon further consideration of
that proposition. Tn fact, it is said on
what ought to be unimpeachable au
thority that the selection of Governor
Wright to represent the Roosovelt
administration at the Japanese Em
poror's Court was clearly caused by
The visit of Banker Jacob H.
Schiff of New York and other Ameri7
can financiers may have some connec
tion with Japan's negotiations.
President Roosevelt, according to
port, desires to dispose of the Phil
ippine, problem before the end of his
present term in the White House.
Ele is represented as being convincod
that the ownership of the islands is
not acceptable to tho American peo
ple and will eventually mean much
larger expenditures than have been
made thus far.
The President recognizes it is not
the Moros and other tribesthat arcJ
to bo feared in the future but the
educated and armed will demand
their independence. Tho money
wasted would reclaim millions of
acres in the aria districts or tho
west and bo-of far greater valuo to
the American iconic than the islands
cculd possibly be. The purchases of
territories in tlio past have been of
great value to the United States as
they wore uot populated. In tho
Philippines however have a terri
tory whoso elhnatn is unstiiled to
white people and populated, by mil
lions of Malays and mongrels who can
never be a desirable addition to our
It is asserted that Japan wishes to
purchase tho islands and is extremely
anxious to close the deal. By nl
means let her huve thi-in.
A erj has b"en raised by some
newspapers that the United Slates
Could uot sell her territory for tho
reason iht t hiip ivoiiiU' i t the imo
tune bo Mjfliiig huiiuu beings.
We fail t e the d'tleieuoe 1
tween buying and selliug and sinoe
Uiith Samuel bought the mongrels
without llit-ir consent what harm is
Hit re lu selling the territory to
It is understood that Ainhastmdor
V.' tight will curry on the negotiations
as he thiuks best for tho United
COP P Henry Freemau Coop, died
at Makawuut, April 8th, 100G, aged
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Date Name Fuom
April 3. Sbtioma ,. Colonies
4, Sierra S. F.
4, Mbnna , Colonies
7,' Coptic S. F.
7, Miowera .Vancouver
7, Mongolia Yokohama
13, Alameda S. F.
(,, 14, Ch'na Yokohama
14, 'Siberia &. F.
20, Ncbriskan S. F.
21, America Maru S. F.
21, Ventura Colonics
24, Nippon Maru. . . . Yokohama
25, Sonoma! S. F.
May 1, Doric Yokohama
1, Maheno ' Colonics
2, Mongolia S. F.
4, Alameda S. F.
5, Moana Vancouver
8, Manchuria Yokohama
!), China S F.
11, Ncvadan '...S. F,
15, Sierra....' Colonies
10, Ventura S. F.
17, Nippon Maru S. F.
18, Hongkong Maru . Yokohuino
22, Korea Yokohama
24, Doric S. F.
25, Alamcdu S. F.
30, Miowera '.Colonies
Juno 1, Manchuria . . S. F.
1, Coptic.'. . .Yokohama
1, Nobraska'n.-. S. F.
2, Maheno: Vancouver
5, Sonoma; Colonies
0, Sierra S. F.
8, Siberia Yokohama
12, Hongkong Maru S. F.
15, America Maru. .Yokohama
15, Alameda S. F.
If), Korea : ..S. F.
22, Novadau S. F.
2G, Coptic S. F.
2G, Mongolia Yokohama
2G, Ventura .Coloniso
27, "Sonoma S. F.
27, Moana Colonies
STEAMERS TO DEPART
Date Name for
April 1, Nevadan S. F.
a, oonoma a. uv
4, Sierra Colonies
4, Moana Vancouver
7, Coptic... Yolcohania
7, Miowera..; Colonies'
7, Mongolia... .f S. F.
J4, China S. F.
14, Siberia Yokohama
18, Alameda S. F.
21, America Maru. . Yokohama'
22, Nebraskau S. F.
24, Ventura..- , S. F.
24, Nirpon Maru , S. F.
25, Sonoma Colonies
May 1, Doric S. F.
1, Mahono Vancouver
2, Mongolia Yokohama
5, .Moune Colonies
8, Manchuria S. F.
!), China Yokohama
!J, Alameda S. F.
13, Novadan S- F.
15, Sierra . . . . R. F.
Mi, Ventura Colonuth
17. Nippon Maru. . ..Yokohama
18, Hongkong Maru.. . . S. F,
22, Korea S. F.
24. DorU Yokohama
30, Alameda S. F.
30, Miowera Vancouver
Juno 1. Mahehuria Yokohama
1, Coptic S. F.
2,. Mahono Colonies
3, Nebraskan S. F.
5, Sonoma S. F.
G, Sierra Colon'es
8, .Siberia S. F.
12, Hongkonu Maru. Yokohama
IB. AmoricaMnru S. F.
1,0, Korea Yokohama
20, Alameda S. F.
24, Novadan S. F.
20, Coptic Yokohama
20, Mongolia S. F.
2G, Van tuna S. F.
Full lino of popular brands ol
CORDI A LS, BR AND1 ES,
Celebrated Primo & See
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Patronize local men
Don't send to Hoi cm u
when you can insure at home.
F. P. ROSUCRANS,
Local Agt nt New York Life.
Pukalani Miik Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. I6G Makavvao
Services at Island Churches
OlIUItCH Of HOI.Y INNOCENTS, LAIIAIN'A
Canon A. H. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. ovory Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morntu'd Rcrvlco 11:1X1
A.M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 1'. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special wcolt day ser
vices. WxiNun emmen, Laiiaina.
Rev. S. Kupu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. O. E. at 1:00 P. M. Weil
ncMlay artcruoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:30 P.M.
Thursday ternoon, Women's Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday lUtornoon, ChoIrRehcarsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catiiomo Cnmtcir, Laiiaina.
Rev. Father Oliver.
First Mass, wools days 0:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Honedletlon 2:30 p. m.
Meotlngs at Salvation Army ilall, Market
St., 8 I'. M. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at a P. M. Salvation meeting :it 8 P. M.
FOREIGN PROTESTANT CHURCH.
R. V. Ill 7.ata,- Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. '
Puhllo Worship at 11:00 A, M.
Kaahumanu Ciiuiioii, Waii.uku
Rev. J. Nua, Pastor.
Suuday school, 9:30 A.M. Morning servlco 11
. M. Y. P. O. fci. frnni 7-lfcl 1 AT .t u.itf. 11
5k,AIi ?V,n "rv,"0' Walu'u, Sunday School
8:tt P. M. Revival mcotlug 3:00 P. M. All wel-
M O.SantnR. llvninMllst fi tn . ...
?S?,,1',,",,"S,I,W' ," I'nivur Minting
7-l P.M., S, School at HnmakimiinUn nt p ?
UNION OHUROH, WAII.UKU.
Rov. Rowland 11. Oodgo, Pastor. Prnnclijug
Sorvloo ns usual at 7 30 P. M
Tun amnion Op Tub Oood Smki-iihiiii -"
Rov, C.mon Ault. ndor.
Dnly Oammunloo, Ut. nitt. -Itli.'rilli Stiixlny at 7
A. M. nd Simday nt II A. M. Matins Si .Sonnon
nt II A. M. UiHdNW'H servlco, Ut sur day nt S
P.M. Hvnoanug aud Sflmion nt Puutiuno, TsflO.
Holj D.ys, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. U.illy,
Mat Ins at 7:30.
St. antuo.nv'8 Ciiuiiuii, waii.uku
Rv day Barvloo. Commualou, WA. M. Child
reu'a Jaw.ftm A. M. Imtruotlou Ic EnRlinU.
SnU Mas. IQtfO A. M. Sermon In Hawaiian
and Portugueno. Attar Hum. llenedlfltlou. Ut-tt
A. M., Ikwery and IiuUruotiou for uatlvos. weul:
days Mum 6. .M. Holidays fnlliuB during
week: Commualou nt 0: A. M. Mass nt 0 00 A.
For sale, for rent, lost, found, situations or
help wauled udvertitiements will ho pupll&b.
ed under thU hendlug at the follwW
ne: 8 oentu a line llrel isiuo, ilvo cents u
lluesecoud letuie aud llireo oeuts a line each
iroyiuc JUH. OS1TSU WOH1S to COUStltUtO
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