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ic Bank of-Hawaii
Incorporated Under tl.u Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564,94
Chns. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vicc-Preslcient
C. II. Cooke Cashiel
F. C. Atliertou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry "WUitorliousc,
Vein May, F. W. Macfarlauo, E. D.
'IVr.n.v. J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
pora tion.s Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all Lisiucbs connected with banking
enti vsted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
; urinnnry unci renn Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cprdauce with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which irny be 1-nd on application.
Judd Hi iidir.p. Fort St., Honolulu
,5 Pebgrams to all Points ol
Jnavvaii, Lanaj and Oaim
can now bz forwarded by
Wireless TetegivipJ i
Twenty cents per word"
, per message
Central Station for Maui at
loo II.. Davis & Go
For Northern Assurah'pd Cofi
"Canadian Australian Steamship
Company, - --
FOR THE MONEY.
n 1VU ' Wt-M HUG
, ' t in : :a"Je or
SATIN CALF in Lt
KU mC SiiflE CO. U
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ME VI ANTS Wi
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising ,Qrown, Spring Cov'e, tfifshi'gs',,
Return Beads, Quarter and' Half
Round, R G.. O. G; & Bca'd Stops
Astragals,- Base and Bau'd mould
ing Wainscoting, Civp's, Co'niic'es
Casings, Frames.' (windOwa and
door), Stair u'nd Porch Rails,
Etc. . Etc.
all sines and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, AslvOak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
(100 Gallon Tanks, (wood), with
! Substantially built of Douyltis Fir;
Ono Second ll.ind Locomotive Boilor
"an bo seen at
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
You can now have yoiii
Spring A1 tresses'
Sofas Chairs, eto.,
neatly' Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of ollie.0 formerly occupied
b Dr. Weddick, Main St.,
1 .Wuiluku. Mmiiy Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by n.ail'
D. L. MEYiiR.
i'ol. 91. Wailuku, Maui.
Large Stick of
C'iiui.c Oo.kIs & Fruits. ' .
171 A R K CT : t W Ai LU KU
overy clrtv.ut 10, A. M.
AMERICA".- I '
sh California frv.:tc
Ciii.i.til Fruits &
"HIT u'C W-IIUKU
" riONCiitlLU, v.. J.
. This imisia-'on a Package
of Drugs or Mcine is a
gitmvdv of the SUPERIOR
A!f first'class stores Bwrnd!'
Cost o1 Boci Wai.
4 London, Aug. 2. In the H6uso or
Commons Lord Stanley' financial
secretary of the Wft'r Office, reply
ing to a question, said Iho cost of the
war in South Africa from. April 1 to
July 21, was 35,750,000, partly
chargeable against the deficit of last
year. Tthc actual cost in July was
1,250,000 weekly. tTho statement
was greeted with ironical Irish
Thu Chancollor,Slr Michael Hicks
Beach, said that if the war continued
a.1, the same cost for the next thri-o
months would ncscessHatc spend-'
ing the, whole of the reserve h6 had
provided for financing tho third quar
ter, but Jip had reason to hope that
tliis would not be necessary.
DuitJli Vnnt Holland.
; Nr.vV' Youk, August 2( Captain
jTromp, t'no foreign representative of
;tho Cramps, received a cable
gram from Holland, mforihnig him
tnnt QucenWilhelniina has ordered
the soorctnitv pf marino of Holland
to send a detail to tho United Slates
to examino -aml report on the sub
marine boat Holland. This detail con
sists of Rear Admiral Tndema, chief
of.tho general stall of tho Holland
jnavy; Captain Wentholt, chief of the
torpedo, bureau, and Naval Con
structor Sir II, Happard. These ofli
xers will ai'rivo about September 29.
German Fleet at Cadiz.
Cadiz, August 2. The German
squadron from China firrived hero
jtoday. Hear Admiral Teissier and
his captains repaired on board the
flagship of Prince Henry of Prussia.
Prince Henry, in the namepfJ2n
peror William, warmly jvelcomed
the returning officers in a brief
speech. Tho squadron of Rear Ad
miral Geissler and the one command
ed by Priuco Henry of Prussia,
which arrived hore some days ago,
will remain hero for several days.
The Shamrock's Run.
New Yokk, Aug. S. Yachting ex
perts think that Sir Thomas Lipton's
cup challenger , Shamrock II may
reach New York harbor on Friday
August J',She has covered the 1300
miles from the Clyde to St. Michael's
Island, Azores in live days, -or at
the average speed of 200 miles a day
beating tho record of the Shamrock'
I to the Azores by one day.
Milwaukee, Aug.2. NV. L. Mer
creau superintendent of tho- Pero
Marquette system, announced that
his company would, in the near fu
ture, install wireless telegraphy be
tween Manitowoc and Ludington,
over fif'y-six miles of open water.
Later on the Fere Murquetta.com
pany expects to equip all of its stea
mers with the sysftiin.
Bi Steel Strike Uneettlcd.
Pittsburg, Aug. 2.
hi the Amalgamated
this morning" is anything but favor
able to tfif amicable adjustment of
the dispUto between tho association
aud the' United States Steel Corpo
ration. Son Frnncitico Plague.
Sa'ciiajie.nto, July 30. The issue
Mf thu Public Health Reports of July
llMi, issued by the Marine Hospital
Service, contains the report, of threo
eases of plague in San Frni.cijco, the'
dates being July lith, July 9th und
July IHh, all resulting in death.
New Andre Theory
Niiw YoiiK, Julv 'Si-. A cAblo to
the Svm from London snys: Tho lapse
of three ;,cars which Andre, who
utarted for I lie North Poli in a bill
loon, fixed as thn extront limit'of
! is return, has revived interest in
his f.vhv A Norwegian captain of
much Arc-lie experience hu., a theory
which U interest in Flo says it is a
fact, which is probably familiar to all
ic exnlvrs, that when there, in
sHgM'.-st humidity of tho atmos-
tho sHyM'.-st humidity
phere masts and sai)s of vessels arc
coated thickly with ice.' When An
dro s-ta'vted wet snow wasfalling and
and Wi balboji woijl.d soon be cotted'
with ?eer Its buoyniice ' woulilv
overweighted and it could not re
main long aloft. The wind would car'
ry it in'thq' diije.ctkjnTof Franz Joseph1
Landvbt',tweflii which and Nova Zem-i
Itwcvld. 'probably fall into the!se.:
rriils capVal'iy that tho. .'.vrcck'
j ultiijluily.' may be fjUnd'Vn'fonQ'or
Hio'oUierof thet'j co'jsts.
; ti'st Saturday the Island schooner
.Waialua, with the Alice Kim
ball sails, aboard, sailed out of the
harbor for Kahiilul. She got in
sight of thw Maui shipping port but
no further. Tho wind wns dead
'against tho littlo boat and sho was
compelled to return to Honolulu, ar
riving off the channel yesterday af
ternoun, On her way in, tho hoodoo'.
on the sails seemed to take po'ssos-
sion of the boat, for she begrtn' to act
crankily. Tho wiud was n6avy and
after beating around for some time
just within tho harbor, (ho 6rtptain
lot go his maaho61ir.' One of the
Young Urof hers' launches was requi
sitioned and the schooner towed to
! Both Island steamer companies
arc cxporI6neing a period of hard
luck. Tho Wilder steamers Klnnu,
Maui and Mokolil are laid up for
geuoral repairs, the Mokolil also
being on tho "out of commission" list.
Tho Inter-Island Company's steam
er Waialcalo is awaiting repairs on
tho Marino Railway, owing to a leak
somewhere in her hull. One or two
others have not been making'rogular
trips, but have been in tho hands of
tho superintending engineer. Tho
probabilities arc that several of the
vessels will bo detained this week
owing to slack business. Tho sugar
is about all in port from tho other
Islands, and the passenger traffic is
Mr. W. G. Scott has sold the Alice
Kimball to a hui of Maui people, of
jrhom'Cyrus Green is the represen
tative. After much tribulation,, sails
for tho Kimball wore obtained from
Honolulu, and on Wednesday morn
ng, Commodore Green on board the
charming Alice was towed out of
Kahului harbor by tho tug "Leslie
Baldwin, " and started out to dis
cover tho north polo or Honolulu,
whichever camclhandiest'. As he had a
jury rigged rudder, it ,is somewhat
uncertain which objective point he
will bring up at.
The steamer Britannia, which is
engaged in surveying the route for
the proposed British cable, arrived
at Auckland, N. Z,, July 7. Tho Brit
annia made a short stay there and
proceeded to Norfolk Island, whenco
she will sound Fiji, and then on to
Fanning Island, and then for 100 mi.
to the Jiprthward of that island; then
she will come to Honolulu, which
completes the work of the survey.
The bulk of the sugar crop for the
season on Maui has been ground and
shipped, and as a resuli, Kahului
bay wears a deserted look, with noth
ing but the tug "Leslie Baldwin"
and a lot of discouxrtate looking
scows to bo seen in the harbor.
Tho tug "Leslie Baldwin" towed
an empty scow" to Nahiku on Monday
and returned'on Wednesday with' a
scow load of seed cane for Hailcu
Kahului bay wilf remain innocent
of shipping, save Island Steamers
till tho arrival of tho schooner S. T.
Alexander, which is due in about.tcn
Oceanic Time Table.
Aug, 1 Peru. . ,
" 3 City of Peking.,
. . . i . Colonies
7 Sonoma. .
f) Coptic. . . .
......... ,S. F
17 Ameiica Maru.. v.S. F.
17 Zealandia ,,... S, F.
20 Hongkong Maru S. F.
24 City of Peking S. F.
, . Yokohama
. . Colonies
..Victorin, B. C.
-28 MIowera .
1 Peru,.,. . Yokohama
3. City of Peking,..;., g. F.
3' Aorangi, Sydnvy
l Ventura S. F.
7?iSonoma , , . Colonies"
d Coptic , , Yokohama
13 Ga?lkr, S, F
17 America Maru. . .Yokohama
20 Hong?ong Maru S. F.
21 Zea'iantl'Uv. S. F.
"?1 nff&.;'f''T',.M,w v-i,..,
27-' 'Sierra ,S. F.
,wi'diinn..:.'. S. F.
x". 28',VtHVii -' . a , : i.'OolqnicR
) ,V2.HS,wei-a'. Victoria,' B.-Cv
"31 Moana'' : ...ViatorV
HEnRICK CARRIAGE CO'. Ltd;
BREWED BY TiliJ liHiSTOWNED
Anheuser-Busch Buewin Association of St Louis,
IN BBLS. and- CASES OF QUARTS AND PINTS
Arc due to arrive within" a few days.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
TER AUCTION SALE
VEHICLES AND HARN
On Monday, Sept. 2, at 10
Kawaialiao street, ono block from
porsito H, Hackfold andCo.'s stables, in Kowalo,- Honolulu. I will
t ' rJ.
sell at Public Auction about SO vehicles of all descriptions consisting;
Sinerle Dunio Carts. Two horsn Duirm Onvts. 1?hiit VVr.oii5 r ,,'.,, u - M.
. - A '
or Gjpars, Single and Doublo-
CavtSf Surries, PhaotonHBusiness Buggies-,- Rtfnabout and alargo
quantity of single and doublo harness, saddles etc., etc. .
JAS. F. MOKGAN, 1
COMMISSION MERCHANTS & BROKERS'
Special attentidif paid to Consignments 'x
g Carriage' Co
i nil I" I
& Co., Ltd
o'clock A. m. nt tho Wftr6lmuse on ,
tho Sanitary Laululrv and on-
IT I . , l.uil,, ULimU7 J
Drays - , Spring' Wagons, Buggies, .