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Incorporated Under the laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS ANt) DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171.5Gi.9i
CluiB. M. Cooke President.
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Coolie Cushlev
P. C. Atherton. . . . Assislilnt'CnBhler
Directors Henry Wnterhousc,
Tom May, F. W. Macfnrlano, E. D.
Tenny. J. A. McCnndlcss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms. Cor
poral ions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully intend to
till business connected with banking
entrusted to.it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may Le had on npplicnMon.
.'i-.f-d Buildup. Fort St.,Honr hi
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
Crown, Spring Co 'o, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter nnd Half
Round, P..Q.. 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Busoand Band mould
ing WainsQptlng, Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
Sash, Boers S Blinds
all sizes on;1, styles
- Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by v
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
Theo II. Davis & Co
General IYV erchnndlso
For Northern Assur'aneo Co. -Canadian
, . Company.
Nor'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI PAILROAD CO
Two' GOO Gallon Tanks, (wood), .with
. Covered Tops
Substantially built of Douglas Fir;
Ono Second Hand Locomotive Boiler
Can be seen' at
TCAHULUI RAILROAD GO
You can now have your
Sofas, Chairs, eta.,
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Weddick, Mam St.,
Wailuku. iiany Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country oruers by mail
D. L. MEYER.
Tel. 94. Wailuku, Maui
Kitchener- li;tlUlln Forte.'
London, Aug. 10. Mail dispatoh
cs from Lord Kitchener, issued today
in a Parliamentary paper, say his
constant endeavor lias been to inv
prove the fortliloations ulong the
Hues of communication, thus releas
ing men from active service.
London, August, 10. A dispatch
om ijorti lutciiencr, uaicu iron,
rctoria today, says:
A b'oekhouso near Brandfort,
(Orange River Colony) was rushed
nnd captured bv the Boers, after
severe tightlug, the night of 'August
th. Elliott hsis captured seventy
prisoners nntl inr"o quantities oi
stock and wagons, which ho is send
in" ni. No details have been re
Duties Mr; Le Rcclcr'crt.
San Fkancieco. Angus! 10. Ac
cording to n decision rcudcrul yes
teruay by Assistant Secretaryiof the
Treasury Spaulding it is entirely
possibh that the Governir.cnt may
be forced to restore nil duties on nn
portations from tho Hawaiian Islands
paid between July 7, lSi)3, and July
San Fhancisco, August 10. On
Tuesday morning last, when the
stron" room of the Seiby Smelting
Company's plant, near Crockett, was
opened it was discovered that b'ul-
ion to the value of $280,000 had been
stolen during the uight, and a hole
n the steel llooring of tho vault
showed plainly how the precious
metal had been removed: A search
disclosccMho fact that the robber or
obbcrs had dug a tunnel from
point just alongside the wall, down
uuderneath the vault and upwards
to the floor. Tho robber had then
bored about. 150 holes to wilhm a
hair's breadth' of the surfaco and
then when everything was in rcadi
ness to carry off the plunder, care
fully cut away the remaining shell and
gained access to the bullion room
Everything showed tho most pains
taking accuracy and care, and it is
ON CARTII '"SPHSk
FOR THE M0NEMk
II MM .
"ALL HE WANTS'
he "Norwood" like
the American citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT,
ift-is iiiauc of
SATIN CALF in t&
t. lft'J C,tJ tf.r
ECONOMIC SHOE CO. Lfd.
! A &.WarcF.
Fresh .Ice' Cream
evej-y day at 10,A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Candies' juts, Canned Fruits x
Hollister Drug Co
.HONOLULU, 4J. T
: This imme on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All 'first class stores handle
thought that the work of excavation
and the cui ting of the flooring must
have taken weeks.
S.v Fuascisco, Aug. 10 The gold
bars, amounting io $280,000 stolen
from the strong room of the Selby
Smelting Works, daring Monday
night last, have been located and
ovor9iu,uuu wortn-oi ine precious
metal has been recovered and the
balance will be taken fcom its hiding
place within a few hours. The do
tcMives worked on the suspect Jact
Winters all yesterday afternoon and
the greater part of last night with
tho result that ho confessed hiscrim
and at an early hour this morning
took Iho detectives to the spot
where he hid the gold.
Read 'theMUAF-NBWSy Read 'theMAUL new5;
Hitch in Negotiations.
Washington, Aug. 9. Apparently
there is a serious hitch in Peking in
tho signature of tac Chinese protocol
which will tcnnlntf! .foreign inter
wn'.irm iii Cl.inn.
t. i- Kvi. v.-: S..iow. l.:,e RiiliO.i Mil
.'i'i , lui.i i.; jivtt'u l, several clauses
in tlic protocol, and to the proposal
that tl.o taritl question bo referred
to a board of experts at Shanghai.
EinprcsH Frederick Demi.
CmiKiiKun, Aug. f. Empress
Frederick Jicd at 0:15 p. m. The
deMfi of "tho Empress was somewhat
suddi n. At -t o'clock her physicians
had reported no change in her con
dition. Emperor William and her
majesty's other children were in . the
sick room most of the day.
Clmrrtes Against Humphreys!
Washington, Aug. 5. The charges
against Judge Humphreys of the
united Statea Court, District of
Hawaii, arc still under consideration
at the Department of Justice, but it
is probable ail announcement in' ro
gard to tho appointment of Hist' su3
ecssor will bo .made within a short
time. Judt'o Humphreys, who" has
co .a' to tho United States to rof Av
ch.uv,i" made against mm called at
tho Department of Justice todnv and
had a long tall; with Attorncy.Gcn
Paramount Blount Paralyzed.
Mavon, Ga., yagust 4: Ex-Con
grissman James H. Blount, who re
presented this district in Congress
fcr twenty years, and who was sent
to Hawaii by President Cleveland as
CoinmU.'iionor Paramount nt Ihf
'.imo of the rcvolutlop In the islands,
has stiticiTU a str.-Ko of paralysis
and is in a critical" condition at his
couiilry hoino'iicur here."
Schooner S. T, Alexander, Tpsen,
cared from San Francisco for Knhu
lui, August 8.
A million-dollar company has been
formed to establish a steamship line
between Jamaica and American
Master Mechanic Hughes of .tho
Oaliu Ruitway Company is now cn:
gaged in building two huge docks.
for the uso of tho Oaliu Sugar Com
pany ono nt Ford's Island and the'
thor at Waipahu.
The' Chinese crew of the Pacific
Mail boats at San Francisco were
not allowed to land to act as steve
dores, by order of tho Commissioner
o! Immigration. Ho stated it-was a
iolation of tho law. The prac-
ticular instnnco was in the case ot
the Coptic's crew.
The Amrricnii-Hawniian steamship
rrgniihiu arrived at San Francisco
on August !) and it it quite possible
that sho will bo tied up in tho strike
there for an indefinite period,, as she
has- an immense cargo for that port.
beside having taken on considerable
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
On Saturday the schooner Alice
Kimball which came m from Aahu
lui last Thursday evening, after hav
ing been wrecked on the rocks there
went on tho "Marine Railway for re
pairs. It was found that her keel
was badly battered, and a. new one
will havo to bd .put it. Despite her
rough usage while lying on her side
on the reef, yho is-in fairly good eon
dition. .The planking is not injured
and shows good preservation.
The launch for tho Inter-Island
Company which arrived on the barli
Gerard C. Tobey. from San Francisco
lias been found to bo satisfactory in
every respect. She wits given her
preliminary trial on Saturday, and
another yesterday afternoon. Sho
will be used in connection with the
Mauna Loa to tow the ship's boats
between tho vessel and the. landing
ports. It is probable that a second
launch will bo ordered. from 'San
Francisco for use on another of the
H11.0, August 15. Tho Tribune
saj's: It does not seem probable that
the tidal wavo reported at Kailu
was more than an unusually high
tides. For. the last I wo months the
tides all over the Island havo been
excessively high; there has been a
heavy surf, and in Honolulu especially
tho mean sea level is said to havo
been raised six inches. Prof. C. J
Lyons says it may bo owing, to
the unusually low barometer in this
part of tho ocean.
Tho.S. T. Alexander, which was to
havo sailed for Knhului on August 8
is tied up in Sun Francisco Bay by
the strike. Oh Thursday morning.
August 8, sho was lying in the stream
waiting tr.como nut with the ebb tide
About two hundred strikers camo out
to her on scows and took every sail
or, leaving the Alexander without a
crow. As sho has a cargo of mer
chanuise ana miscellaneous cargo
her detention will prove q'dte a hard
ship to many on Maui. Amor.'
others, the'XLWs has a 1 trgc co:
i''iunenl of paper and tlauoiTory o
board the detained vessel.
Oceanic Time Table.
Aug. 1 Peru
C. F BERRICK CARRIAGE CO. Ltd,
OF THE FAMOUS
BREWED BY THE RENOWNED
Anheuser-Busch Buewing Association of St Louis,
IN BBLS. and CASES OF QUARTS AND PINTS.
Arc "due to arrive within a fe.w days.
SOLE AGENTS' FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
' MONSTER AUCTION SALE '
VEHICLES AND HARNESS
On Monday, Sept. '2, at 10 o'clock a.m. at the warehouse on."
Kawaialiao street, one block from .the Sanitary Laundry and op
porsito H, Hnckfeld and Co.'s stables, inKewalo, Honolulu, I will .
sell at Public Auction about 50 vehicles of all descriptions consisting
tt . . . t . m i. Ti . . ,...!. -r . Mr i- ' '. ',
toingie l ii nip warts, x wo noise Lumji warts, l'unu Magons, ju iiiio.-- -to
ef Gi.kr. Single :ind Dmi'olo Drays, S; rin Wiigniu, llugic..
Carts, Surries, P!iaoto:is,-Busiue i B.igies, Rut: iboui an.l aLirgu
quantity of single and double harness, saddles, etc., etc. -v ' .
' " .' J AS. F. MORGAN,
, ,. Auctioneer.
?, City of Peking.. , . Yokohama
15. Aornngi , ...Victoria
"C Ven tu ra , , Colonics
.7 Sonoma S. F
0 Coptic S. .F.
13 Gaelic. Yokohama
17 Ameiica Maru S. F,
" 17 Zealandia S, F.
" 20 Hongkong Maru S. F.
- 24 CilJ of Peking S. F.
" 27 Sierra...... , Colonies
" 27 China Yokohama
28 Ventura . .S. F.
" 28 Miowcra Colonies
" 31Moana....;.;Victoria, 15. C.
3 City of Peking.
. , . .Sydney
" 7 Sonoma. -..Colonies
" ! Coptic.'. Yokohama
" 13 Gallo '..S. F,
" 17 America Maru. . . Yokohama
" 10 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" .21 Zealandia. .. T, S. F.
" 21 Cltvof Peking. ...Yokohama
' 27 Sierra ' S. F,
Clilna S. F,
r' 28 Miowcra.,Vi
i. s. eiBAUi i co. mri
MERCHANTS & BROKERS
DEALERS iW'- .
FIRE INSURANCE' :-;
Special attention paid to Consignments .
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