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I of toaii : mouldings
Incorporated Under tho Laws
tlio Rouublic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS St UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. It. Cooke Cashier
V. C. Athcrton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouse,
Tom Mav. F. W. Macfarlanc, E. D.
Tennv. J. A. McCaridlcss.
: Solicits the Accounts o( Firms, Cor
pora ions, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
rill business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue- Letters; of
' Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed m ac
cordance with rules and conditions
Dt'inted in Wss books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu-
- in the-
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection coin-
Crown, Spring Co v'e, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, V. G.. O.G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Bund mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cornices,
"Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Ixtiils,
all sizes and styles
Nor'Wost Lumber f Surfaced
i Telegrams to all Points ol
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO
Twenty cents per word
Central Station for Maui at
MARKET ST. WAJLUKU
(aiJoinino hoiuia's STOIlTJ.)
First Class in All Respects
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
Whits Custom Solicited.
TJieo H. Davis k Co
For Northern Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
You can nowhavc your
So?as, Chairs, etc.,
neatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of office formerly occupied
by Dr. Woddick, Main St.,
Wailuku. Many Years' cx
perienco. Prompt attention
to country prders by mail
D. L. MEYER.
9-1. Wailuku, Maui
Schley's Cnee. (
NkP Youk, Sept. it. A special to
tho Sun from Washington says! Ail-
miral Schley and his counsel, Wilson
and Roynor, had another' -long con
ference today in propcratiou for the
appearance before thc.S.chlcy court.
One interesting oufcomo of the con
ference was the discovery that, In
accordance with the naval regula
tions, it rill bo necessary for Schley
personally, instead of by counsel, to
challenge tno eligibility of Admiral
Ilowison as a member of tho court,
Tiiorc is no doubt that this will bo
done if Howiso'i takes his place witii
Rcmcy and Benham in tho court
Should Sccretarj' Long return to
w asnmgion ueioro tnc court assem
, , .. ... ' i
uics, anu rencvo Acting beeretary
Ilackott from the responsibility as
head of the Navy Department.
Schley's couiisel will appeal totbim
revoke the' detail of Ilowison
-oiig's attitude in tho ma Iter affect
iiowison s eligibility lias never
been disclosed, but as the latest
orrespondenco between Ilackott and
Ilowison was submitted to him before
I wag made public, ho presumably
oes not intend to interfere with the
tand taken by tho Acting Secretary
that the question of Howison's right
to servo in the investigation , is for
tho court of inquiry and not, for the
Navy "Department to determine.
Philadelphia, Sept. I. Captain
James M. Forsyth, U.. S. N.. today
cceived a letter from Secrctar
Long requesting an explanation of
his alleged interview upon tho Samp
eon-Schley controversy which was
accredited to him by a Kansas , City
newspaper. The interview quotes
Captain Forsyth as saying the trou
ble in naval circles is due to tho fact
that Admiral Sampson was promot
cd over the heads of seventeen capa
bio ollicers-'wliQ were his seniors
ank. Captain Forsyth admitted
having 'received a letter from the
Navy Department but declined
speak further for publication
EColiimbiu Ahead In Last Trial.
' on Earth swjv
POR THE MONEY. pljjrtk
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
TALL EiE WANTS
'"The "Norwood" like
the American citizen
Is SOLID THROUGHOUT,
t is made of
SATIN CALF in Lsr.
Men's sizes sell for,
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Candies' Nuts, Canned Fruits &
, Cold Drinks.
MARK ET ST WAUUKU
The Orcgonian ono of the largo
steamers, of tho Hawaiian-American
teamship Co. has arrived in Hono
lulu with a cargo of freight, which
flho will unload and come to Kahului
tor a cargo of sugar for Now York.
Tho Mam was in Kahuki Harbor
ou wcuncsuay. r-siio nau n ioau in
Machinery on, board for the Olaa
Tho ship St. Daid, Caplain Pear
son sails today for the sound In bal
last. She will load lumber" lit one of
tho sound porls for Australia.
Fivo hundred and .hfty thousand
dollars is the valuation placed upon
the steamers of tho "WTder's Steam
ship Company and the Intcr-Island
Steam Navigation Company by the
three appraisers appointed a short
time since to set a vaiuo on tho mov
ing stock. This valuation is arrived
at with a view to plat ing the iigures
before the stockholders relative to
tho proposition to consolidate tho
two companies unuer ono manage
innnt. The Wilder s Stpamshin Com
pany is capitalized for SfiG0,000 and
tho Intcr-Island company for ?G00,-
000. The valuation arrived at includes
only the steamers of the two coin-
HONOLULU, H. T
This name on a Package
of Brngs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
fiCONOUC SHOE CO. Lfd. 'DAUTY of the Mi?Ie' '
All first class stored handle
5;Bateman Point, R. I.. Sept. 4
A brecEO of oight knots came tin. at
noon todaj'. Tho yachts Columbia
and Constitution started on a .race.
the result of which was expected to
aid in set.tlhi'r the auestion as to
which shall defend the America's cup
in tho coming series for tho cup with
Shamrock II. Tho Constitution came
down tho harbor under three lower
sails and club topsail. She was fol
lowed by the Columbia with jib top
sail sot to get out to the start
Atjl2:l0 tho committee hoisted tho
courso signal for a fifteen-mile beat
to windward and return, tho course
being south-southeast with tho turn
ing mark anchored about four miles
east of Black Island.
The Columbia crossed the line first
in a fine position on the ' weather of
tho Constitution, but the latter, in
stead of following the old boat over
the line, wore around and headed for
the lino on tho port tack, crossing
over a miiiulo after tlio Columbia.
Tho starting times, as seon from
Gcrimin Ciuiioci Surift,
Bklqi.n, Sept. Tho commander
oi uic ucrinan neet Maneuvering in
the Baltic today telegraphed from
Sassmtz, Island of Rugen, that tho
third class cruiser wa'clit lias been
sunk off Arkoua, after having been
in collision with tho battleship Sach
sen. It is not known whether there
was any loss of life. -
The acht was a steel . cruiser o
1,250 tons displacement., Sho- was
built in 1887, was 2(52 feet long, had
thirty-one feet six inch beam and
drow 13 feet uino inchee- of walei
Tho Wacht had an armored deck two
inches thick and carried a crow of
12(5. Ilei aniianiL-nt euiiaisted of fuut
6. 1 inch quick tiring gunst ami iwo
smaller quick firers. Sho had three
torpedo tubes and was estimated to
havo a speed of about nineteen knots
Wu Ting Fnng's Transfer.,,,
Lo.N'iroK, Sopt. 2. -"ii" Chinj
Fantr: tho adopted son of Li Huny
Ciiang, having declined the St Pe
tersburg legation,', says a dispatch
to the- Times, from Pokini, "Cliiria
has assl'tned Sir jChi.h Chen Lo J'otta
Go f MERRICK CARRIAGE COoLt
panics, divided as follows:
"Wilder company Steamers Ki-
nau, Claudine, Helene, Maui, Lehua,
Kniulaui, Hawaii and Mokohi; total,
Intcr-Island company-Mauua Loa,
W. G. Hall, llatmK Mikahala,
Niihau, James MiUiee. Kc Au Ilou,
Iwalani, Kauai, "Waialcalc, NoeaU;
total, eleven Kteairn i-s. Msq the
Four of the "Witilt-i -Iramors are
steel, tho. rest wooden, all of the
Intei'-Island fleet are wooden vessols.
In view of. this fact, although tho
Inter-Island company has more ves
sels tllan tho Wilder company, the
valuation on the Wilder fleet is' $1,
000 more than that of flic Inter-Tslaud.
in the combination ol the runs of
tho various vessels, the Wilder com
pany has a monopoly on the Molokai
business, and generally -is conceded
to havo that of Maui as well as the
Hamakua-Hilo run. The Inter-Island
company has' much of the business of
'tho leeward side of tho Island of
Hawaii mid has a monopoly of tho
The consolidation is proposed m
order that the expenses of maintain
ing two managements may be elimi
nated and cut down by having but
ono management for-the two compa
mes. JJotn companies .claim tney are
not making any money. The presi
dents of , the two companies held con
ferencesseveral weeks since and tlio
appointment of appraisers followed.
Vessels in PortKaliulul
Am. Sch. S. T. Alexander, Jacob
son, irom fa, n. gen i muse.
Sopt. 18. S. S. Claudine, Parker
Sept. 18. S. S. Maui, Bonnet, from'
Sept. 20. S. S,
from liana. .
f j .
OF THE FAMOUS
JBREWED BY THE I13ENOWNED
Anheuser-Busch Buewing Association of St Louis,
IN BBLS. and CASES OF QUARTS AND PINTS .
Arc due to arrive within a few days.
Hackfeld & Coe Ltd
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY,
8? ffl Jl WW
iRoad Wagons $100 & upwards!
Top Buggies - $95 to $100$
Surreys $160 to
tSPhaetons ri iys .to
4 it wo
Sopt. 18. SrS. Maui, Bennent, for
S. S. Claudine, Parker.
Ron f. on Art fil.ln fit Tlnvid
iPearson, for Port Townseud. -
I Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co. Ltd
. Box 760 V-IonoiuilLt, H, T.
S. eiBAUI & CO.
Oceanic TiiiVe Table.
Sept. 3 Gaelic
0 Doric Yokohama
7 Alameda. . . S. T
11 Hon,'kon"K Maru S. F
13 Nippon M.tru. , . .Yokohama
17 Sierra Sydnoy
18 Vontuva ;...S. F.
10 China '....S. F.
21 Peru Yokohama
27 Doric S. F.
28 Alameda.. S. F.
28 Miowera ........... Victoria
3 Gaelic ..Yokohama
C DDric ,..S. F.
" 11 Alameda S. F.
" 11 Hon'kon'Maru..Yokohaina
" 13 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 17 Sierra !.S.'F.
18 Ventura .-. v. .Sydney
" 19- China Yokohama
,r 21Poru.'' , b.F,
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