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You can now Imvo ybur
&o?asj Chairs, etc,
lio'utly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of M.tolavhin p & Co.'s Sn
lnnn. opp' " c Wail tili u
&epbl; ii&bf Ye'tirs"''
perienco. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
D; L. MEYER.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
, the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDjVluEtfMuYlTS 1 .564.9
ChuS. U. Coolf'fi - President
r. C. Jones Vice-President
C, II. Cooke. Cashier
F. C. Athe'rton. ., .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouse,,
Tom Way, F. W. Macfarlauc, E. D.
Tennv. j. -A. McCandless. ., . c
Rni'inits the Afcc'ohnts of Firms, Cor
po rations. Trusts, , Individuals, and
will promptly ami ij.u-.eiimy uiwuu iu
ill business, connected with .banking
oiit. -listed to it. Sell and .Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinary and' Term Deposits re
ceived and .lufere.st allowed ac
cordance with rulei and conditions
printed in pas book, ennies of
which mav.be hado n puliation.
Judd Building, Fort S.,llonolulu
Metropolitan Meat Go,
GILBERT j; WALLER
Wholesale incl Retail
MA Ml TP
All Kinds o? Sausages
j & Eggs
plana rrders prrrr.ct'y aitendPd to
10S KiN(l STREET,
i ... )
HONOLULU, H. X.
I eiegraDiiic io,
v i a
relegrams to all Points ot
Hawaii, Lano'I arid Oaiiu
can now be foWardccl by
Twenty cents pfe'r vord
$2.00 per feage
Central Station for Maiiiat
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An oxci'lloiif selection com
Crown, Spring CbJ'e, Nosings,
Return Beads; (JtiurCer and Half
Round, P fcL 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astrutruls. Bsts'e and Baud mould-'
itig triinscoting.'Capa, Cornices,'
fl6brj, Stair and
aln Doors & Slinds
all sizes and styles
Nor' West Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lmob'er -Surfaced
Cedar, SpYuce, Ash Oak
KAHULUl RAlLhOAD CO
Hoiiister Drug Cos
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Ilediciiie is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article:
All first class stores Handle
TINSMITH and CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.'
Furniture Repaitcd; Glass,
Putin. Collins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailuku.
Large Stock fit
Canned Goods & Fruits.
V. ApiKCT ST VJ Ali.U K U
Ice Creaii-( parlors.
THREE ELEGANT ROOKS, 25 cents a Dish-
ONE DOOM, 10 cents-a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods recoivad every week. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
Tel. N ).
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Fqkt St, Honolulu
Attbrney Hons leaves by this after-
fioon's Claudino for his coast trip;
D; O. Lindsay, Manager of Pain
Plantation, visited Wailuku oh Thurs-'
A. Stadtlnender, travelling tnnn for
H. Hackfeld& Co. is on Maui this
C. T. Day, of Mncfarlane & Co., is
looking after the affairs of his firm on
Clerk L. It: Crook of tho Se6ond
Circuit Court took a flyer tpLrihaina
Manager R. W. Filler of the K. R.
R. Co. left for Honolulu by last
Capl. Shatibu of the "Villard"
spent Sundriy in Wnilukuj as the
guest of the Maul Hotel.'
Mr. E, J. Bantnbei-gcr leaves by
tho "Kinney" which sails tomorrow
from Kihei for the Sound.
M. L. Decker has a string of fast
6'ncs at the track,1 arid is "sawing
wood" ffaf (lib Afagu't races.
Reverends Gulick and Emerson
were among the active workers at
the Lahnina S S: Convention.
Dr. Raymo'hd of UlupalnkUa wt,s
in Wailuku bh Thursday, attending
hc trial of cattle stealing case.
Prof.' H. M.'Coko of Waihee is local
agent for the Phocni Savings, and
is writing up considerable business
for Ma compatiy
Hbn: A. N. ileOoikai was a visitor
at the. Lahainn Sunday School Con
vention, and delivered an able address
before the Association.,
Mr: M. V. Silva, of Honolulu, rer.
resenting tho the Phoenix Saving's,
a California company,, came over this
week to do business on Maui f6'r his
"Jack" Carter, 0. L. Olfehient cf
tho "Sidelights" and G. H. Curti, of
L. B. Kerr & Co. came f roin Hilo on
laat night's Kinau, and are icgistsr
ed at the Maui Hotel.
Mrs. Du Rinc arrived by Wednes
day's Claudine, and will take charge
of the Ice Cream Parlors to be oper.-
e I in the Maui Hbtelj shortiy.
Dr.' Chas. Davison of Lahaiua pre
sented tho citizens of his district
with a historic American flag on July
4. accomnanvhur the "ift with an
eloquent presentation address.
Attorney D. H. Case, who repre
ijntcd the people as Deputy Attor
ney General during the June term
has opened a law otlice at rooms 503-
504,Stangeuwald Building, Honolulu
H. Paul Du Ring opened his bar
ber shop in the Maui Hotel this morn
ingi Mn Du Ring has tho reputation
of being a first class artist in his
line, and will doubtless do well in
George Mayfield of Puuncne was
in Wailuku cm Thursday evening. He
is just recovering from an attack of
rheumatis.n which will prevent his
playing short sl.op. for the Puuuerie
nine, next Sunday.
WlG, Taylor, Auditor for Alex
anderf&lBaldwin is at Work on the
books ofTtheTKahuluiStorei and' T. R
Robmspu" who.bolds a like position
for CwJlCoJxperting the
Dr. EdwarJ Aitagewhoisuent
the past year andiatl?dlf iEiJciand.'
engaged in special braiic5Sstuy;
in his profession, returhcflilloyaij
luku by Wednesday's ClaudineVfahd
will resume practice at once. '
Dr. Geo. W, Aiken of Makawad
will lay aside his forceps and other
instruments of deut'al torture on next
Wednesday, and leave with a large,
party to make ol two or three weeks'
tour ofthe crater and East Maui.
Secretary D L. Meyer of tub Maul
Bacing Association really did more
tl'run any other one man to make th6
races ou the Fourth a success and
hiafrlends, of which wo are proud to
be oue'qf which, congratulate him on
i is succestiLui cuuns.
Mr. Arthur D. Baldwin, son ot
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, str rived 6'n
Maui from the'-coast with i bride
by Wednesday's Claudine. Cards are
out for a reception, to be given to
i he young folks at Spreckelsville;
next Thursday evening, .
Governor Dole and Land Commis
sioner Boyd are expected on Maui: bv
Tuesday's Kinuu. Tley y?ill laud at
Makena and -spend some day's in.
specting the forests of West Mfctii, in
CQmpanv wtih W. O. Aiken' who
wmriirif nrr'TiT'i"- -'-rm n air rfrrarniTTirrTT -'ti inr immm ipmi um hi imminiiw Mini mvvmi
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL AIERTINO.
4t Sprctkbk' Park, Kiihtiluh
S5Races to commfihhb at 10 o'clock
A. M, sharp.
First: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile hbatst best three in five free
for all) purse $46'o.
Ono mile dash, Hawaiian bred,'
Third --RUNNING RACE:
Three-fourth rtiilo dash, fi'eo for
all; phrse $io6.
Fourth: TROTTlNfer AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three
Hawaiian bred, purse $250.'
Fifth: RUNNING RACE:
Ono mile dash, free -for fill; purse
Sixth: POLO PONY RACE.
Half mile dasli. Ponies that have
played in Inter-polo matches. Own
ers to ride. Maui Polo Cup $150.
All rate's to be run or trotted un
der hb rules of the California Jockey
Club and the National Trotting Asso
All riders and drivers to appear in
At least four to enter and three to
All horses are expect to. start un
less withdrawn bv 0 o'clock a. m. on
the day previous to the race.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand-stand, mati'ka side, $1.00,
makai side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50,
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the
Per Order of Executive Committee
D.' L. Meter,
Secretary Maui Racing Association
Vegsel3 in Port--KnhulUl
Ship Henry Villard, Shaube, Coal.
July 9j $. S
July 12, S.'
Jufv 9. S. S. Claudine; Parker,
Juno 12, S: S.Claudinc, Pafker, for
S. S: American, ubout July 11th. .
Br! Bk. Antiope, Murray; about
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE name from
July 2 Moana .'.'.'....'....'.'. Colonies
" 8 Nippon Maru. ., .Yokohama
" 8 Ventura.' . . . .' ... Colonies
" II Sonoma....' S. F.
" 15 Chiffa; S. F.
" 10 Peru .' . .'Yokohama
ty&lb Alameda ..S. F.
P;Ji23Doric S. F.
fetffl. s. f:
" 31 NipponfMur
July 2 Alameda. .T.S. F.
" fiiAornn'd.: i?.Colbriios
5 Aornngi ........ sir.ColbdiDs
8 Nippon Muru,.?wf7!F.s
3 Ven-tura TmSj
a bonoma colonies
15 China'. . . , Yokohama1
1G Peru,.'.... ..." S. FJ5
23 Alameda S. F,
23 Doric: .' , . . . Yokohama
23 Coptic S. F.
29 Sierra S. F.
30 Ventura. .Colonies
&0 Miotrera Victoria, B. C.'
31 Nippon Maru, .. .Yokohama
Tel.' Main 304
P. O. Box 709
AMERICAN Sl&PPlNG CO
BOXING GLOVES & PUNCHING BAGS
A Full Line of Spalding's BASEBALLS, BATS; MASKS and
TRIBUNE Afcb PATEE BICYCLES And SPORTING GOODS
Iiardwnrcj Crockery and Glassware
Mail Orders Treated Willi Accuracy and Dispatch.
WHITMAN & Co.
Ill KING St., 643 FORT St.
Tut! H. Davibs k
Why Throw $40.00 Away
By Paying $100 for a TYPEWRITER When You Can Get aii
UP-TO-DATE Strictly High Gradb Machine,
The Wellington Visible
This Machine is a REVOLUTION in Typewriters
We Have Appointed Mn. A.' J. RODRIGPES of Wailuku
SOLE AGENT for the Islahd of Maui for These MACEIINES
Who Will Be Pleased to Give Full Particulars Regarding Same.
'j Last No. 39
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
Up"fcoDate Shoeists, Hilo. 1
wii' sewing ma
A Combination of
Art and Utility
' Used by niitny in preference to other
m aires of the same price. It is demon-'-'
1 ." j " .
strating its merits: . -
Biiilt to Sew Well and to Last"3
Call and inspect the
H, HackfeSd & Cof
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
iBlSMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
Nvmktis, Nctv Rms, New
ThPBISMARK STABLES Go. propose IS ruif:
the Leadingfelvery Stable
at all Hofli's.VW'NeW'SysfeM 67 Press Sflftohfi.
,sf ,. :
iWi'MltMJ l.lni. mmV
aw nncimrswciass riffs ana
Writer for S60;00?
A Guaranteed Shoe for .
THIS illustration is from., j
1 d photograph of ono of
our special Rhoes, mado
of plain calf; will nof'scufl"
out vvui stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heaw extension
sole, perforated vamp and '
peouie grain top. Tins shoo ,
lias the cut and stylo of the'
highest price shoes, and
better still, is made on a
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where the .
foot requires it. Wo will de
liver this shoe to any post-fflL-o
address on the Isl
nndson receipt of the nrice .
$4.00, and on tho condition
that the money will be re
funded if not satisfactory. .
Write for a pair of our No.
39 shoes; if you have bought
of us before we have your
size on rccordjif not give us'
figures on lining of oldshoes"
Teajis, New Maqaoement.
Business on Maui.
.luitn t .IV. II ... I v.ll: i.i . 1 1
teams and comMtent driver fii
Stable Comp my, Ltd