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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, IULY I, 1905
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g B LT Flovr Ji
1 If iA'll Sold at.all I
Golden Gate Flour
Is famous for quality, proverbial for purity and
housewives the world over arc loud in its
Maui Wine &
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM TUB BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Special delivery every
M T fcV leather, sheep skins, etc, etc.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Box 504. HONOLULU, T. H.
lAIU IJUAtlUtl MS
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC
PABST, A. R. C LEMl'S, RAINIER, and PRIMO ,
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it (0 the right pIiod.
g GENERAL 15LACKSM1TIIING HORSE SHOEING.
Alain St. near Market,
31 Mi K it Mfn h iH iU T& in ill iti ih ih ill in in iti in t Hi r. m i( : in
Jew Goods ! New Goods ! New Goods !
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' Just Arrived from Sau Francisco Fresh Line of
Ladies' Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Etc.
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Business still done at the old stand-
hour in Wailuku
brand indicates home
Wailuku, Maui 1
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Uilll HUlISIl' vn'.ir WfinTS
Jud'o Kopoikal has been busy the
best part of the week hearing the
cases of Kewa Kapala vs Pioneer
Mill Co. ejectment, C. F. Polerson
for plntntiQT and J. L. Coke and D. II
Case d"fcndiutF, niu1 of tho Emily
Rodrlyues otnl Minor children of the
late A. .T. Rodripucs. J. M. Vivas
tor petitioners and E 0, Peters for
Tn the Ken we Kupala case a vei
diet va rendered tor the plaint IT 1
'SSOH.OO da.rac and reslitulion of
Emily Ro.lrij.'ui's cfd, minor child
I'll nf the liite A. J. Roilriipies mnde
np ilicalloii fur a writ In compel pay
iirnt. uf nrpliaus pension by tin
0.1 rd of Directors nf the Pdrluyuesr
Mm (i I Renevoleiit Society. Th
imfc was i.aken up on the27.th and l
still before h's. lionor.
AT SIMiliCKHLS PARK.
The entries for the races to be
hold next Tuesday at Sprcckcls
Park closed yesterday noon, but as
they will not bo opened until this
evening the'Ni&'s is unable to give
the official list of horses entered.
Preparations have been mado'for
a larger attendenco than last year
and in doing so the Association are
acting wisely, as they have kept in
close touch with (he people and
from the expressions heard r 11
Maui as well as a good represcnta
tion from Oahu and Molokai will
The weather in the last two
weeks lias been all. that could be
asked for, in fact has made the
track fast, so that with the thor-
oimh training the horses have re
ceived, sport and speed par excel
lence may be expected.
Mis. Olive Lindsay of Paia is
spending the week in Wailuku, as
the guest of Mrs. C. D, Lufkin.
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin entcrtainei
twelo little girls on Wednesday for
her guest little Olive Lindsay.
Mrs. D. C. Lindsay and two child.
ren of Paia spent tho day in Wailu
ku Wcdncsd ay.
Who Knows Him?
Tliu following letter which is self ex
planatory was recently received at Kn-
liuiui and turned over to manager Kirk
land of the Kahului store.
Any one who can throw any light on
the where abouts of this party will un
doulitly receive the heart felt thanks of
an inmiiring and anxious sister.
Hughesville, Pa., 6-12 1905,
Clans Spreckels Sugar Co.
Knhului, Island of Maui, Hawaii.
I write to inquire if you have n
young man in your employ by the name
of I,ee I'rontz or Frantz. He lias been
there since 1900. He is about 2S years
old, n little over six feet tall, and in 1900
weighed 175. Has a dark complexion,
thick dark hair, and n big black mous
tache. He is my brother, and I have
not heard from him since May 31, 1900.
lie was then in Dixon, Salouo County,
Cal but, hod been to the Hawaiian Is
lands and worked there for two weeks
for the Spreckels Sugar Company check
ing frelgut. The American Consul
would not allow him to stay longer nt
that time on account of the black plague.
He had been on some vessel to Australia
mid they came there with their cargo
but were not allowed to unload it be
cause of the plague, but were ordered to
go to the island, quarantine the people
and burn their villages. After that I
think he worked for your company.
He said he had the position of freight
clerk at the wharf offered him any time
he wisneil to return. He was thinking of
returning and n friend, Kugene Gray,
was going with him. He said in his last
letter lie thought he would come home by
1904. If you know any thing of him
now, or if he has been there within the
last live years you will very irreatlv
oblige me by writing me. I hope you
will know of him nud hope he is alright,
but whatever you have to tell will be
Very respectfully yoi rs
Hughesville, Pemi. U. S. A
You could sco he was a stranger
whoii ho boarded the R line car on
Broadway. On tho way up he heard
tho conductor call out "Hawk" and
'Swan" and then he leaued over
"Are VOU kiddillf. Mr. flnnibmtnr.
or are those names on the level?"
iNo. There s nothing 011 the lovel
in Albaii' not oven tho streets, but
the names "are kind of feathery.
We have Dove, Lark, Quail,
ElltrlO. Robin. Pnrtrltrn nnil 11 fmxr
otliors. Where do you want to get
"Next corner will do. T wnnt. tn
got a Swallow. This is a bird of a
town." Albany Journal.
For snlo, for rent, lost, found, ultunttoni or
holpwnntoil advertisement will bo publish
oil under this bonding nt tho folHwlni;
rules: H cents n lino llrsl lssuo, tire emits 11
lino second Issue nnd tlireo cents n lino imch
suecccdinif issue Seven words to constitute
nllne nlno liniR n Inch ilrokcn liDes to
count us tun lines.
.Tune 19 Schooner George E. Hill
ings, Rerkhohn. 53 davs from New
castle 1000 tons coal for Kahului R.
June 25 -Schooner Olga. Wald
viek, 20 days from Tacoi'na 575,000
feet, of lumber Iv. R. R. Co'
June 28-S. S. Alaskan Nichols,
Jure 28 S. S. Maui, Parker from
July 1 S. S. Maui, Parker fi 0111
Deport ui,C8--KnIiu I ul
Juno 28 S. S. Maui, Parker for
June 30 S. S. Alaskan Nichols
for Delaware Breakwater, 1529 tons
sugar from Kahului 1500 tons sugar
July 1 S. S. Maul, Parker for
Jtly 1 Am. Bark Ka'ulani, Cowly,
for San Francisco 2700 tons of sugar.
Per stmr. Maui, Juno 28, for Maui
ports: Miss Belle Dickey, Mrs
Gr,aco Merrill, Ting Kwai, Matt
Ting, Mark Uliee, Misses Li. and u.
Meyer, Miss E. Meyer. Steuben Ah
Chang. J. O. Cheong, R. M. Merrill,
C. H. Dickf v, Mrs. M. A. Paa and
child, Mrs. Z. K. Meyers. Miss Irene
Aiken, Miss L. Aleong, Ben Lyons,
Paul Schmidt, Alfred A. Taj lor,
Miss E. Taylor, S. Keliinoi, L. Potre,
Manuel Feiteira, Joe Feiteira, Miss
A. Wittrock, Miss Mary Vierra,
Miss M. Aylott, Francis Gay, H. P.
Baldwin, Miss N. N. Lazarus, Miss
D. Meyer. A. K. Stendor aud three
children, C. E, Copelond.
The steamer "Maui" on the Claud
ine's route will sail on Fridav. Julv
7th, at 5 p. m. Returning, will
leave naiiuiui and .bahama on wed
nesday night at tho usual hours
arriving at. Honolulu Thursday
morning, and thereafter will leave
Honolulu every week on Fridav.
(instead of Tuesday), returning to
Honolulu on Thursday morning.
Office of the Assistant to the Inspec
tor of the Twelfth Light-Houso
District. 35 Alexander Young
Honolulu, T. H., June 15. 1905.
Notice To Maiuneii& KA'.ANiruAO
Rocic, Kauai Island Hawaii.
Kalanipuao Rock Buov, a red and
black horizontally striped first-class
cau, will be established a6out June
23, to mark Kalanipuao Rock, on
which the steam schooner Peleo was
wrecked, off the southerly coast of
Lahaina Light-Sti.tion. nano 54
No. 2G1. Located on the eastward
end of Government Wharf, Lahaina
Harbor, easterly 6ido ot Auau' Chan
nel and westerly shore of the north
westerly part of the Island of Maui.
On 20 June 1905 this light will be dis
continued and on that dato a new
light will be displayed from a tower
M feet east of the old location. The
new structuro is a square, pyramidal,
trpstle tower with tho upper 10 feet
walled m to form a room, painted
wluto with lead colored trimmincs.
The lantoru is displayed in tho open
eir on a box-shaped structuro with a
rail forming a gallery around It. The
now light will be CO feet abovo high
water and 55 feet above base of
structure. The light shows through
170 deg. between the bearing S. 48
deg. E. (mag.) and N. 36 deg. W..
(mag.) It is a fixed white lens Ian-
tren light visible 12 miles, with 2 red
sectors visiblo 7 miles, which red
sectors mark the reef line which ox
tends about 300 yards -out from the
shore line. Th white sector marks
the anchorago in Lahaina Roads and
the break in tho reef through which
tho boats land at the Territorial
Government Wharf. Botween the
bearings S. 48 deg E. a;id E. (mag.)
tho light shows ned. Between E..
mag., and N. 3G deg. W., mag., tho
light shows red.
Anchorage may bo had within tho
white sector in not less than 30 foot
of water to within 300 yards of the
By order of the Light-House Board,
A. P. NIBLACK.
Lieutenant-Commander, D. S. Navy,
Assistant to the Inspector of the
Twelfth Light-House District.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO., Ltd.
Scie ul lie and
If you arc troubled witn your eyes wi ito to us immediately and we
will give you tho benefit of our scientific knowledge and oxpenenco.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO. Ltd. "-ttfiS oPt,cIa
1042-1050 Fort St., HONOLULU.
DR. JOHN GOD DA I? D in charge.
Services at Island Churches
St. Anthony's Ciiuncu, Wailuku
Sunday Service. Communion. 6:00 A. M. Child
rcn's Mass, 8:31) A M. Instruction Id Kntrllsli.
Second Mass, 10:00 A, M. Sermon tnllnU)iint
and Portuguese. After Mass. Ilencdlctlon. 11:4!
A. M., ltoscrr and Instruction for natives, week
days Mass 0. A. M. Holidays fulling during
wool.: Communion at 6: A. M, Mass at 0-00 A.
FOREIGN PltOTKSTANT CIIUIICH.
It. V. Dcznta, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. .
1 Public Worship at 11:00 A. M.
TllF. CllUltCII Ol'TlIK G(Jl)I SlIKI'lIKUIl
Hov, Canon Ault, Hector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, -1th. Mil Sunday nt 7
A. M. Snd Sunday ut 11 A. M. Matins fi Sermon
nt 11 A. M. Children's servlco, 1st Bunday nt a
P. M. Bvonsong and Sermon at Puuucno, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. Dally,
Matins at 7:30.
Kaahumanu Ciiuucii, Wailuku
Itov. J. Nun, Pastor.
Sunday school, fl:30.A.M. Morning servlco II
A. M. Y. P. S. C. 13. from 7:00 I'. M. to 8:00 P.
M. Afternoon servlco, Kahului, Suuduy School
2:00 P. M. llovival meeting 3:00 P. M. All wel
POllTUGUESE PJIOTESTANT MISSION PAIA.
M. G.Santos. Evancellst. S. Snlmnt in n ...
Gospel preaching, 11, a. m., Prayer Meeting
730 P.M., S. School at llainaUuapoku nt S P.m.
Ciiuucii Op Holy InnoJ-ents, Lahaina
Canon A. 11. Woymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning servlco 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M. During Ad
vont and Lenten season special week day ser
vices 'v WAINEE CIIUUCII, LAHAINA.
Rov. S. Kapu, 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 oftcrnoon, Prayer Meeting at 8:30 P. M
Thursday afternoon, Woman's Mooting, 3:30 P
M. Friday afternoon, ChoIrRoliearsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Ciiuucii, Lahaina.
First Mass, woel! days 0:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Denedlctlon 2:30 p. in.
Mcotings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M, every Saturday. Sunday Juuiors
at 2 P. M. Salvation meeting at 8 P. M. Al
Oceanic Time Table.
A ItUIVE HONOLULU
DATE NAME FROM
Juno 28 MIowera Colonies
" 30 Nebraskan.. .San Francisco
July 1 Aorangi Victoria
" 4 Koroa Yokohama
" 4 Sierra Colonies
" 5 Ventura .... San Francisco
Juno 28 Alameda San Francisco
" 28 Miowera Victoria. B. C.
July 1 Aorangi Colonics
z iebraskan....San Francisco
" 4 Korea San Francisco
" 4 Sierra San Francisco
" 5 Venture San Francisco
Dato of Doparturo Kahului.
Why, did you rush up to that now-
ly elected oflicer7" said ono delegate
to a woman's convention, "You
don't liko her."
"That's true," auswored tho other.
I wanted a chanco to help push hor
hat over hor oyes." Washington
ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF
JUST AKIMVKU KKOM NEW YOlllC
Stock Now Lopep Than Bvep
Designs in Granitc, American and
Italian Marble, Bronzo and
uawanan xsiuo atone. .
SutiBftictlon Gunr-nnteccI by
J. C. AXTELL,
10-12-50 Alakea St.
p. o. Box 042 Honolulu" II. T.
all our work, and
the materials wo
ICR tt tnnnnrnnl
J V. 1 IUUIIU1UWI
urc are the bes
that can bo ob
tained. ALOHA SALOON
Market Street, Wailuku
Will keep Open House on
. And will servo , ,
Fourth 'of July Punch
From 9 a, m, till 11 p. m. .
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
When you want cool re-
freshing beverage call
at this popular resort
Your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Full assortment of Liquors Cordials,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES UONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and
WEDNESDAY JULY 5'
Friday juy 14
LEAVES MA ALA EA BAY, 8 P. M
and LAHAINA, MIDNIGHT. ,
For Honolulu, on
MONDAY JULY 10
For particulars, Freight & Passage.
Inter Island Steam
ivifata Co, Kit
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