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Ik Bank of Hawaii
Ihcorpdratkl iWli'r tho Law
the Republic df Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
(Jims. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones .Vice-President
0. H. Cdokd Cashier
P. C. Athe'ftbn, . . . Assistant Cashier
. Directors Henry AVaterhouse,
Tom May, F. W. Mncfarlane, E. D.
Tenny, J. A. McCandle'ss.'
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
e'ntrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange', Issuo Letters -of
Ordinary and T6rm Deposits re
?eivcd and Interest allowed in ac
Jordnnce with rules and conditions
printed in pass books,- copies of
.vhich may bo had on application.
Judd Uuildiug, Fort St., Honolulu
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent sole'cfrotr Com
Crown, Sprin'y Covvo', Nosings,
Peturn Bciuls, Quarter niul Half
Round, P G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wahi'scoting, Caps, Cornices,
Jnsfngs, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
ash, Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Buuiber - Sui'fuccd
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanaraiid Oahu
cfan now be forwarded by
Wireless- Telegraph '
eti$ 6M pSr 'ord
. Minimum rate
$2.00 per , message
Central Station for .Mafli &t
loo i in
IV S f 0
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
!cvo (500 Gallon Tanks, (wood), with
Substantially built or Douglas Fjr;
SDno Second' I Tand Locomotive Boiler
' au be scon at
! KAIIULUI RAILROAD CO.
You can rib'.v have your
, jppinjS Mbtresses
6 e ri'erai 1 liKSr'c. lia rt dlse
?'riViJ1'trn' Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Jofa, Chairs, otu.,
neatJy Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddick, Main St.,
Wailuku. Many Vcars' ox
perionco. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
94. Wailuku, Maui.
ff)R THE MONEY.
"ALL EtE WANTS'
TOhe "Norwood" like
the American citizen
1 General Merchandise
I Fancy Goods
Large' Stock of
Gannett Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
Fresh Ice Cream
every clay at 10, A.
..ianil.. f Cigars
-'alifornia fruits '
Candies' Nuts, Canned' Fruits &
Cubans Want Srijnr Concessions.
New York, Aug. 1. According to
the Havana correspondent of the
Herald, riforabers of tho Merchants'
jUnion will start an active campaign
with tho view of convincing tho
Washington authorities of tho in
dustrial needs of Cuba, and. that
thore need be no alarm on the. liart
of Amoricon sugar and tobacco grow
ors because of the proposed conces
sions on the Cuban products.
South African Outlook.
New York, Aig. 1. Tho military
situation is slotoly but surely improv
ing for British clearance operations,
ays the' London correspondent of
jtho Tribune. Various columns are
emptying one district aftor another
atld the Boer bands are now decimat
ed by tho slaughter and capture of
stragglers. It is estimated that the
British arc feeding 33,000 prisoneis
and nearly 30,000 refugees.
To Visit Ireland".
London, Aug. 1. It is believed
that tho King and Queen will visit
Ireland next April and will probably
open tho international exhibition
which' is being organized in Cork.
Die King has already paid six or sev
en visits to Ireland. Ho first went
there with his parents in 1849, and
last vifit was in 1885.
Great Land Lottery.
El Reno, O. T., July 29. Oklaho
ma's great land lottery was begun
here in earnest today, and when tin
commissioners appointed by the Fed-
ral Government adjourned the
drawing for tho day 1,000 of tho
'choicest of tho 13,'O0O 160-acre claims
n the Kiowa-Comanche country hat".
been awarded. One hundred and six
,ty-six thousand men and women still
.hope for farms, but 154,000 an
jdoomed to disappoidtment.
i Mny Lead to War.
Neo Youk, Aug. I. A dispatch
to the Herald from Willemstad, Cur
acao, says that the outbreak in Ven
ezuela, on the Colombian border, may
lead to a declaration of war between
Venezuela and Colombia, tho revolu
tionary leaders having orgarized
their bands'in Colombia, and crossed
over to Venezuela. 1
Must not Discuss Schley Case.
j Washington, July 29. Secretary
jLoug this morning issued the follow
g general order: "All persons in
ho naval service are strictly enjoin
cd to retrain from any public stato
ment concerning tho subject matter
of the court of inquiry requested by
Rear-Admiral W. S. Schley.
"JOHN D. LONG, Secretary
British Pacific Cable.
London, July 30.---By a veto of 150
to 44 tho.'Housc of "' Commons'" today
! adopted a resolution authorizing the
Expenditure of i2,000,000 on tb
Pacific Cable, Great Britain's share
under tho agrcemout with tho Col
Mad Mullah Routed.
Aden, Akawa, July 28. In a light
between the Mad MullWh and the
British July 15th, the former was
routed, leaving seventy killed, The
Bri'.ish casualties were "Lieut. Fred
erick and twelve irien killed and Lieut
Dixon and twenty men wounded.
, Noteil Priest Coming.
'I New Yorfic. Aug. 1 MonsGiovan
nia Scalabrina', Bishop 'vof Placensa,
Italy, is expected td arrive in New
ork tomorrow from Genoa. The
founder of Immigration Missions
which ho has successfully conducted
inco 1878, is ono of the mot noted
is SOLID THROUGHOUT!
ft is made of
t 'SATiN CALF in Lar'
i . - ,; .
: HONOLULU,' rf."T.
Thfeiiame on a Package
of Dn?PTor Medicfrie is a
LOCALITY of the- Arficle.
Air' first? tlass stores'"' handle
priests in the Italian church, Mons,
Scalabrina will make a tour of tho
United States for the purpose, of
ilollccting funds with which to carry
on nis missionary work.
New Sugar Rellncry!
New. Youk, Aug. 1, The Inde
pendent Sugar Refining Company
has hied with the county clerk of
Elizabeth, N. J., articles of incorpor
ation. The capital is put at 125,000
but this can bo increased at will
The homo office of the company will
.ug ai pcnwnm . w mpvo Hnr-i-v.
r.-1 J,1.,Tli ' :- ".'lltJ..
VlJarailreS Of the Sf PFRlftRt V!,n'5tensen 0,10 of the incorporators
iariied are Henry L; Hobart and
GdoFgc H. McGinais. .Their address
les- ar'o given at Fro$ Stre ew
rYort.pity. WhUahe, detajjs of, th'c
concern are not m(l,9 public here, It
if uitiu iiiuL mo lounuxiou of ine cou
oem IS tho foundation; m rtntr.lrri
inent of a strong Hvonto' tho exlst-
il f Heleno will-reach Ralurfoi on
i l t lurn trip from Hanal (omoVrow
Another oceai g'r'cyhound is being
plnuned by the Cunard line operating
i tl.o Atlantic between New York
The Celtic, "the largest vessel over
j .i ii . r i
inn . nos oven excepunK mu uicui
K.i-tfrn:'left Liverpool on July 26,
h r niaidon trip to Now York,
ihu "America, flagship of tho Bald-
1 t T7 111!
ir-eigier isorm jfoie jjxpeaiuon,
lich sailed from Trpms66 on July
in. touched Vardoe, Norway, July 31.
The island schooner Mokihana at-
tpnipted to leave Houolulu last Sun-
lay tor Maul ports, but became
ranky when outside and drifted
n-enly miles to leeward. A launch
was pent out anu toweu ner oacic to
Honolulu ou Monday.
Jnm.'s Rolph of the shipping firm
if Hind, Rolph & Co., who .nave
outeicd exclusively into tho island
trade, came to Honolulu on the
Sierra to look over the interests of
tho linu. Ho will probably visit some
of the other Islands before ho returns
to the Coast.'
Tho San Pedro road is not to stop
I. the San Pedro harbor. By the
it hue the last spike has been driven a
lli.(.'t of ocean steamers will bo flying
tho Hag of tho Hawaiian Islands
.Navigation Compnay as an adjunct
to the road. These steamers will ply
between San Pedro harbor, Hono-
ulu. N. okohnma, China and Philip
pine, una a controlling interest in
tho stfvk of the company will be
wiu il hv the samo men who control
tho San Pedro, Los Angeles and
the Salt Lake Railroad.
On last Sunday morning the tug
Leslie Baldwin towed a scow load .of
ui. .her from Kahului to Honokohau
i'-uiding. where it was unloaded.
'Finding the channel too l-ough. to re-
nm on Sunday evening Mr. Chas.
L' linox, who accompanied the lum
ber, left the Searlo Ranchevofl foot at
two o'clock ou Mond.ay morning,
reaching Lahaina iS time to catch
the 7 o'clock stage' for Wailuku. Just
us he reached Kahului on Monday,
the tug poked her nose ruiiud Kaha-
kuloa point on her return.
On Wednesday tnonnng the tug
Aowed another scow lo id of lumber to
Tonokohau, returning ou Thursday.
Vessels in Port Kahului
Isl. Schooner Alice Kimball
Am; Sch. Ottillic Pedersen, Neil-
son, from Hilo.
Aur.-3. Am. Sch. Qtlillie Peder
sen, Neilsou, 2 days from llilo.
Aug 9, S. S. Heleuc, Nicholson,
S. ' S. Helone, Nicholson'
Oceanic- Time Table.
Aug. 'l' Peru. . .'. . .
C. f HERRICK- CAfiRME CO Ltd.
3. Aoran'gi. . . ..
r k 03i
6 Ventura. , , Colonies
r 7,onojna..iV. S F
u uoptic,. .- n.
" 13 Gaelic Yokohama
" 17 America Maru S. F.
" ll fo)pnjfo'v.y R,- F.
" 20 Hongkong. Maru. . . .3. F,
' 24 City' of Peking?. S. F,
" 27 Sierra '. .....Colonics
" 27 China- Yokohama
28 Ventura , .S. 1
" 2S.Miowera .......... Polonies
" 31 Moana. . . Victoria, B. C,
-ii . V-
. 1 Peru.,. . . Yokohama
3'City,;of, Peking S- P.
d jorangi .............. tyun-.y
6 Ventura. S. F,
9;Cpptic , , Yokohama
13, Gaelic S. F
17-America Maru. . .Yokohama
20iHppgkoug M.aru.. ; S. F,
Stealandia.. S. F.
2'ljCity of Peking.. ...Yokohama
37ierra...,-,, ..S. F,
23-' yfttiim. , oipips
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Anheusef --6usch Buewing Asstidfetibn of St- L6ufe,!
fn BBLS. and CASES OF QUARTS AND flTS
'Are due to arrive within a few days.
ff, Hackf eld & Caw- Ltd
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
iRoad Wagons' $100 & upwaMsl
1 Up UUglWx5
$95 to $100
$160 io $2001
IPhaetoWs r $175 to $200
jTwo Seated WjBjgons t
Brakes - - - $3S
Hainrs $1ST & up per setl
FMiic Vehide & Supply Co.' Ltd.
M. t GRINBAUM & S). Ltd.
SAN FRANCfsCO HONOLULU
ERCHAM & BROKERS
ipeciat atteHtiorf)aid to CoiisigrfmeW
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