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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, November 12, 1910, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1910
Continued from Page t.
ing purchases in the Inlands. All
other Mam stocks mentioned in this
column are like bunk stocks, and
will rise or fall according a nm.v lie
the outlwok for sugar.
The NovcinlHT dividends of Pio
neer, Haiku mid Pain were noted in
this column last week. On Satur
day Hawaiian Commercial came
through with 2 cents n share, or
OTHIH SUA STOCK.
Stocks other than those of Maui
have also felt tlv advance ffects
of the political calm, and yesterday
there was a slight but firm advance
all along the lino. Ewa braced up
from $28.75 and in the afternoon
was $29, while Oahu advanced from
$20.75 to $27.25. Waialua pulled
up from $100, and ia now $101.50
bid and $102 asked sales having
been made at the latter figure. In
quiries are numerous and the mark
et is being closely watched.
On all veFsels over 20 tons re
gistered burden: two eents per net
registered ton per day of twenty
four hours, or part of such day.
On all vessels of 20 tons regist
ered burden or less; one dollar per
day of twenty-four hours, or part
of such day.
On all goods and merchandise
passing over the wharf in either
direction, (excepting passengers'
baggage in such quantity aB is ad
mitted to free tr ansportation on
steamship or railroad ticket.)
twenty cents per ton weight or
measurement, subject to classifica
tion as detailed in the Kahului
Railroad Company's Freight
Tariff, and Classification I. C. C.
$1, effective on July 1, 1909.
Minimum charge on goods or
merchandise shipped on Bills of
Lading, and appearing on ship's
manifest, a minimum charge of 10
Package rates on all packages
weighing one hundred and fifty
pounds er less, or measuring three
cubic feet or less, ten cents each.
On all animals passing over the
wharf in eith'eXi?!Ction as 1
On horses jot cattle from wharf
to ship, or ici rersa, 50 ta. per
head, with ietalj $2.50 per head.
On colts aril; calves wharf to
ship or vice veraa 25 cts. per head.
On hogi ou the hoof, 10 cts. per
head. f . '
On h6g 'bf weight, which in
cludes weighing and delivery from
pen M$ty ton.
OnCiiAnimals not otherwise
specified iterates by measurement
20 ctf..per ton.
Onvfcll Other animals, 10 cts. per
head. , j
Pets.ip charge of owners, Free.
r.ntain anil Mrs. T. O. Whitehead of
. Wallulu and their children have been
j the gestsof postmaster Waal of Lahaina
- for several days.
The Republican rally iu front of the
Pioneer Hotel last Saturday evening was
splendid success. Addresses were made
by prominent candidates; and at inter
vals choice selections were played by the
Wailuku Band. There was a large at
tendance and much enthusiasm.
. .. l..L. .. 1 TlaMil hluwMl o, ntt
Pntertainment and dance in Lahaina
f liajl. me new nnnoruis oi me iuum
' ciaps were much admired.
I Xocals I
H. B. Penhallow leaves on the Mika-
uala tonight for Honolulu.
Mr. Patterson is about the streets again
after a severe cold and threatened pneumonia.
Mr. J. W. Kershuer of Honolulu as
n t.iwn this week, looking over the pros
pects for starting a tire repair shop.
Sofia pillows rr (mill useful and or-
nntnental. Get t lie in at the Makawao
ladies sale Nov. 12th.
H. P. Baldwin Ieit on the Claudine
Tuesday night for Honolulu, whence he
sails for the Coast on the Wilhelmina.
Mr. Hugh Coke was in town this week
Mr. Coke is indeed a patriotic citizen,
coming all the way over here to vote.
Look at the beautiful but inexpensive
apanese prints, both framed and u-
framed, at the Makawao Ladies sale,
Nov. 1 2th.
Mr. Wallace Server, of Honolulu, has
arrived in town to take charge of the
Maui Auto Co. Mr. Server has the re
putation of being a first class auto man.
The Pminene Athletic Club repeated
their carnival last Saturday evening, in
houor of Manager Prank Baldwin, who
returned from his vacation trip on the
The Womaa's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its Social
meeting at the Rectory, Wailuku on
Wednesday, iNov. l6th at 2:30 p. m.
Members are requested to send in all
word for the Bazar.
The County Band did themselves proud
all last week. Over at Lahaina their
playing was very favorably commeated
upon. It was a good thing the boys
could not hear the enthusaastic remarks
of some of the fair sex.
New Scales have recently been erected
at the slanghter pen near the beach, and
beef cattle will hereafter be sold to the
butchers by live weight instead of dress
ed as heretofore. The price will be ad
justed so as to average present! prices.
If anyone wants proof that the com
merce of Maul is growing, they nave
nly to look at Kahului harbor. The
freight is so congested in Honolulu, that
the Claudine cannot bring it all, and the
Maui is now making trips every Thursday.
The ladies of the Makawao Aid Society
will hold a sale of useful and fancy arti
cles at the residence of P. P. Rosecrans
at Paia on Saturday evening, Nov. 12th.
Trasus will be run from Wailuku, Kahu
lui, and Sprecklesville, reaching Paia at
The New Wailuku Pish Market is be
ing turned over to the County of Maui,
and the people of Wailuku and vicinity
are soon to have fish and vegetables de
livered over clean marble slabs instead
ef the dirty streets which are being
used for a market place.
It is reported that the California Fruit
Canner's Association are contemplating
the erection of a Cannery at Lilikoi, and
that arrangements will shortly be made
with the Pukalani Dairy & Pineapple
Co. Ltd., to take over their pineapple
fields. The Pukalani Dairy & Pineapple
Co. have a nice spring on their premises,
which would come in handy should a
cannery be erected.
Should any of the friends of the Maul
Dry Goods & Grocery Co. Ltd. residing
n the Paia-Haiku-Makawao section, de
sire any of the share of its capital in
crease, they will please, communicate
with its Treasurer, J. Garcia, at the First
National Bank of Wailuku. Each sub
scriber is limited as to the number of
shares desired. ' Mr. Garcia is unable to
see everybody in that section, and wish
es to reach them through the medium of
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will have a concert
and fair at the Alexander House, on
Saturday. Nov. 19th. Besides the re-
tresnments, ice-cream, cane and coneej
there will be a delicatessen table, with
many good things ou it. The fancy
articles, dressed dolls, candy, lemonade,
plants and grabs will be there as usual
and the public can find Christmas gifts
for all, as well as goodies for Thanks
giving. Trains will leave Paia, ruunene
and Kahului, so that they may arrive in
Wailuku at 7:40. Concert begins at 8,
Notice to Candidates.
. Notice is hereby given that all candi
: dates for Couuty election shall file with
i the County Clerk an itemized statement
'( of their election expenses act later than
' 4:00 o'clock P.M. Tuesday November
. ( tt'M. F. KAAK
. j County Clerk, County of Maui
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of the S. S. Enter
prise we are receiving a fresh supply
of California Horses and Mules
Write for costs, stating size and kind
of animals wanted. We are hand
ling only young and sound animals
and are in a position to give you the
best price ami finest of stock.
Volcano Stables & Transportation Co.
You can buy better furniture at lower prices at our store than can be bought else
where on these Islands.
We have just received from New York direct via American-Hawaiian Company a
complete line of the newest designs, also, the best made furniture that can be secured on
the Coast. Our prices are lower than other stores for the reason that we take advantage
of all discounts for cash, and give our customers the benefit.
Our high grade furniture comprises .
Quarter Sawed Oak
in all the latest and newest Designs. We also have a fine line of excellent furniture
of a cheaper grade. ,
Our Weathered Oak Dining Room Sets are of superior workmanship and finish,
and would prove an added attraction in any home.
We are selling the Celebrated American Refrigerators at the unheard of Price
of $700 up. According to size. "
Don't think about it, but come right in today and see the Fines! Rugs ever brought
into these Islands. Made especially for this climate.
We are afraid to tell you the Price because you might think they are Cheap Goods
but the only thing about them that is Cheap is the Price. All sizes, all colors, all designs.
Bring in your old Chairs and have them re-upholstered instead of throwing them in
the rubbish pile. We will surprise you with the price and quality of our work.
Our new Diamond Spring is a marvel of comfort. Solid iron frame with diamond wire
Full size $6.50
Three-quarter size 5.50
Our new Line of Oriental Couch Covers and Portieres is the finest that has ever
been shown on these Islands. These Couch Covers were selected especially for the trade
here by our buyer. The Portieres are a new design made especially for thk climate and
are distinctly new.
We have also succeeded in getting a fine line of Novelties in the way of Pictures,
Smoking Sets, Sewing Tables, etc. These are all unique and classy.