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V. onri tioAv hnvo you
&o?as, CrYairs, e&t.,
neatly Up" Holsteml at my
Uphold t'eiMYig Shop; i'ri rear
6C iM.idftiTlidMe & Cc.s Sa
loon, oppoiil'c the WaiYultu
depot. FAVity YrJiirV,' ex
pcrkmcii. Prompt attention
t'o country orders by li.ail
tiic Bank $ Hawaii
LI MITE 6'.
the Republic 6? Ifddfi,
OFF ICEKSN AND DIRECTORS:
, Surplus !iuMfMfkffiti$ft.$4M
Chns. M. Cobfe . . . . . .President
V. C. Jones .-VidiS-frcsldcnt
C. H. C(iko,. -. . Cashiei
p. C, A thort'on. . . . Assistant. Cashiet
,., i Directors Henry Wnterhousc,
Tom May, V. W. Macfarlane, E. D.
fenny. J. A, MeCundless.
S.iliePs the Accounts of Firms, Cor
jjnrnt'trar. Trusts, Individuals, aitf!
yvlll ))Vinn))lly and ivirofollv attend to
til 1 witless c mnrrtod with banking
entrusted to it. Scil and Purchase
F v.vi ;n livohango, Issv.3 Letter? 'of
Ordinary mil Term Deposits re
ceived ind Interest, allowed in ac
cordance ;vita rules and conditions
firing 1 H ms .books, copies of
which m.vv bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
1 efegiipiie u
l ciernums 10 airdromes o.
Hawaii Lanai and Oahsi
'-can nsv bi forwarded by
Twenty cants per word
Central Station for JVlau! at
,"LB TURNER, CO.
MSAPLE on Request
i"ail irSr "photo work to i.h
woi 1; ii
t lU'iji h): il i'i -.
Frc-li lucv Phiin P.i pi i . alwiijs
ip Sfci'li -
Ea.ti)inn Kculaks at factory prices.
v MO DW& k.
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
Aiv 6xceH'eriti s61e6tion
CroWn, Spring Cove, Nosings 1 ,j,y'
Return Beads, Quarter and Half Dixon.McKinney, Roecfcnnd Walsh
R6iWd, P G..O.G. & Beutl.Sfopi? may play with tlio Maui Alerts to
Astragals. Bas6 j&d Band mould-. lnori ow-
ftig Wain scotingi-Caps, Corni'c'os, C. V. SturtevantofThco II. Davics
Casings. Frames,- (windows? and & Co. is supplying the trado on Maui
d6ory, Stair a'A'd Porch Rails, this week.
Sasli Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
NA''Wost' Lumb6'r - Surfaced
an ft Rough
Redwood Lumber -Surfacc'd
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
KAHULUt RAILROAD CO
Ho Ulster Drii Co
HONOLULU, H. T.'
This name 611 a Package
Fj uffs o," ITedxine h a
KBaraitee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.-
All firtt class stores ha idle
TINSKIT i :nd CABINET MAKER
Stovo pipes and Tin Ware;
Furnitur.e Repaiied; Glass
Putin. Coflius and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sah.
MAItKKl' ST. WittCKU.'
Large 'Stock of .
Camii'd Goods & Fruits.
.V1ARKT GT WAIL'Ji.U
WO SANG & CO.
Ice Cream Parlors,
i"HtiLE ELECAIiT RCC'MC, 25 cents a Dish.
OHE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fino iStoc.k Canned Goods and
DTHifr, Curdles and Cigars. Fresh
Goods reoi-ivsfd every week. Special
o hi r levies toludie.s and geutlenien.
MARKET ST. ' WAILUKU.
BtRUHTROM MUIC CO.
Fou r St. IIoNrii.ui.tr
H X, 'c-f( v vu
Robert WHdox and party arrived
At((rney Richardxon of Li'iliainu
look in the Kal.ulul raee. '
Hon. 11, P. Baldwin left for Hono
lulu bv Tuesday night'. Neeau,
'tictie Median was an enthusiastic
(spectator of Tuesday's ball gutne.
Barney Joy would make an ideal
captain ot police at wntiuKu. aaveyr
A- A, BrnMiier of Von Hatnm
Young Co., took in the races" on Tucs-
Pr'u.eo Cupid and party, after vis
iting the races, left for Hawaii on
the Maunn Loa.
Bob. Carlile was at the races, look
ing after Black Bess and also one
of the Juparicse race entries.
Jas. T. Taylor, surveyor and civil
engineer of Honolulu was a visitor
to Maui by Wednesday's boat.
Attorney Brooks and Henry Rotli
of Honolulu visited the races as the
guests of Charley Cliillingworth.
VV. F. Pogue will jnnke his head
quarters at the Maui Hotel, Wuiluku,
until after the NoVefnber election.
U. S. Postal Inspector G. W; Carrf
who l as been on Enst JMilui, arrived
at Waihiku from liaupo via the
ord'ler, on horseback, on Thursday;
Hon, Fred Berkley of Molokai is
slinking hands with his j olitical and
personal friends on Maui' this week.
M. Green, of Phillips fcCo., Hono
lulu, is quoting attractiv6 prices on
of goods to Maui mer-
Mr, Carl Waldo ver, who has fiecn
at the coast 6h a brief vlni't. returned
to Maui by the Noeau on Tuesday
Gik. Schumann, Dickey Dais,Bob.
Bnhenline, Ciiarley Bellinn and Billy
Lueas attniod the races' to watch
their horses wiii. ,
Wiljie Searle did some high class
pitching for tho Maui nine, during
the latter part of the match 'game on
Tuesday afternoon. . .
.T. H. McDo'nough, former manager
of the Hilo Hotel, but now of the
Mint Saioon, Honoluiu, e.amo over
and took in the races.
Georpo Cooper, head bookeeperor
Hnna Plantation, arrived from Ha
waii on Tliurs-dav night's, 'Mauna
Loa, and left for Hana overland.
Charley Bolhna and Mr. Lewi
''.if'h.brnutiht ove a rnumber of choice
drivinjr Worses, mnnv of which were
disposed of at satisfactory prices.
Charley Chillinp-worth, arrived on
sehrdnle time with his ball tossers,
and left for home by steamer at ten
o'clock on tho evening of race day.
Dr. J. H. Raymond of, Ulupalakua
ncnt sevcral'days in Waihiku this
wppk. He reports the weqthr 'rather
dry on the Kahikinui side of tho
fl. M. Ayers of tho "Mirror."
ramp over to attend and report the
rnees and hall came, and incidentally
madp mnnv friends for himself and
his hricht little paper.
Brother Testa of the Independent
was much in evidence at tho race
t.i-anlc and ball cnme.to the delight of
hin host, of Maui friends who have an
aloha for him quite in proportion to
Fntomolnpist. Van Din" who was
making investigations of theeornhnd
o-tato blitjht onMauiJeft for heme on
V'ednpsday. He pronounces tho for
nv r ns a species of plnnt louse, and
the latter as a fungus, and reepm
men1 rotation of crops.
Mr. H. D. Wi.-hard, who had nc-
nnnlnrl 1 . nIIIn 1 UaaI.
j - i . i, , i ii- 'I' ll I . 1 1 i,i l.l'Ur - t.l'Jl-
' "i- nt i'ip 'Wailuini Plnntation, has
revived a more favorable offpa1 on
Kauai, for which plr.ee h" will leave
in a ennple of weeks. His uccsssor
has not yet been announced.
IMEAM - -T, A NDFOBD A t
rjjftpre or (' e liri'Vs ra.rent's at
'rwaKnlknhi.Mlfyi Minerva Land-
iii.1 l4t,'! 1 1 M 1 1 J Jf -. .11.111131.
I'lrurtinc Club Soclol,
Ono jtii the riibest so6i'nls ever gi
en oii Mtiul, was ivoti by the men -hers
of the '-Keil Wick" last Moui
night, at which over a hundred Invit
ed guests were" present. Speein
trains were run in every direction,
and shortly aft or tho arrival of th
train from WaiVullu. which brought
the orchestra, tnfloor of the lint
Pong room wns cr6vded with dm c
ers and remained' id'urit'il th6 traits
left at 2 a. t'n.
Dancing was hot the only amur
meat; th6 billiard and po6l tot)lc
were in constant use and t'he PInp
Pong tables, havirig hcen tVioved inti
the dining room received tlieir fuli
share of patronage. f-pfrcshmcnih
were served at 11 o'clcefc and short
ly after tw6 the- trains carried tl e
The decorations tvore beautiful "nd
special credit is due Miss Run wick
and several1 oth6f ladies of Puunene
who so kindly took, tl-o work upon
Polo at Sunnyslde.
An interesting game of polo was
played at Sunnysido last Saturday
hrter.iooA the Baldwin boys lining up
against, a picked four of tho Makawao
Polo Club. Tholi'ne-up was ns follows.
BALDWINS. . MAKAWAO'S.
H. A Baldwin No.l W. O. Aiken
Sam. Baldwin No.2 Gcfo. Wilbur
Arthur Baldwin No.3 L. von Tejnpf.kj
Frank lialdwin No, 4 Sum Knlnina
The game was start.-d- at 4j V,Q P.
M. and was very fast from start to
to finish. In the first quarter Aiken
Was the means of scoring twb goals
or thrMakawaos while tho Baldwin
boys got one. The second, third and
fourth quarters wore very evenly
c in tested so much so that there was
no further scoring although both
geals were in jeopardy several times.
Mnkawao. 2, Baldwins 1.
Ti.e Bulduins played with a gocd
d.ml of combination while tho ccrnb'n a
tion of the Maliavaos was very re
markably --by its absence. A great
amout.t of practice is necessary if the
Mauis hope to put up an interesting
game in the Honolulu tournament in
The Nevadan will leave San Fran
cisco August 23,011 her return trip
to tho Islands.
The Alice Kimball ,is soon to sail
for the Coast with scrap of iron from
Honolulu and empty bottles from
The Kinross and the Antiope are
in Kahului harbor, unloading coal.
Vessels in Poit--Knliului
Br. Ship Kinross, Murray, from
Br. Bark Antiope, Murray, Jr.,
Aug. 13, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
frcm Honolulu.' j
Aug, lii, S. S.' Maui, Bennet, frolrf
Haua, , '
Aug. 13, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Aug. 16, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
PATE NAJIE FlJOir
Aug, 2, Americailrti'u:... Yokohama
" 2 jloana Victoria, B. C.
" 8 Korea S. F,
" 8 Alameda r....S. F.
" 11 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
" 10 Coptic , .S. F.
" VJ Sonoma Colonies
" ?0 Gaelic , Yokohama
" 20 Sierra t S, F.
" 23 Ameiiga Maru' .S. F.
" 20 Hongkong, Maru.. Yokohama
'' 27 Aorangj.'. ..Colonies
' 29 Alamecla,.,. S. F.
" 30 Miowera.;;. ., Victoria, B. CJ
jug. America Maru ..S. F,
" 2 Mouna Colonies
" 8 Korea
11 Cit of Peking,
" 13 Alameda...'..'.
" 10 Coptic.....'...'..
". 10 Snnomav.... .,
" 20 Gaelic
" 20 Sierra,.' '..'..,. Colonics'
" 23 An-jc'riea Maru. . .Yokohama
" 20 Hongkong' Jiaru S.'F.'
" 27 Anrangi. .'. S. F.'
ijiplar and Fire
We hove Just
ment o? the famous HERRING-HAL'L-- m
MARVIN SAFE GO'S safes. These safes
are considered the Very best made.
The public are invited to Inspect the"
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davles & Co.9 Ltd,
"Earl Last," No. 39
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
Ufyto-Date Shoeists, Ullo,
Large Shipment Direct From the
H. J. MEMZ CO.,
Jtist Arrived per S. American
FOR SALE BY ALL
General Agents for the
BS rif. A
m i' t ir in vn lj it . m n.11 u. w v m uk w m u vt u i ta in n n s n u
. THB BiSil.AEK STABLES OF WAILUIO
i-. f ,, . ...
Njitv Bt:i,iiiNos, New Bins, New Tkaj'is, New Waoaoejient."
t . The BISMARK STABLES Co; propose idruft: I
tlfe Leading lliv'ferv Stabfs RiisirifiRs nn mn I
t- M -
lVERV; &6iktit hull
HAC SAvrlafae; &ugq final Saddle Ho.-scf J
all HoiiPsV A New System 6? Press 3:it(:ohs ' -rM
Whitman & Co.
1IA8DWARE AND SI'ORTiKG CC0DSi
t . Gpodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 0 Goodform'1
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,,
No. 2. (Ladles', GxO) C each Skirt' J
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen's G; G) 0 cach$
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 ea'chj
Bar and Loop $2.C(Tg
received a large 'assort
A Guaranteed Shoe fop
T-HIS illustration is from
1 a photograph "of one ol
our special snoes, maclo
of plain calf; will nof'scuff"
but will stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a,
solo, perforated vamp and
nohhlo oTfiin tnn Tlifcclmn
O " vf" W tJLIUU
has the cut and stylo of tho
highest price shoes, and
better still, is made on a
perfectly comfortable last, .
giving orcadth where tho
foot requires it. We will de
liver this shoo to any post
"tlico address on tho Isl
inds on receipt of the price
.84.00, and on the condition
that tho money will bo re
funded if not satisfactory.
Write for a pair of our No.'
39 shoes: if VOU havn hnimlit.
of us before we have your
-i,.U Wll I LUUI UjU nut give us
figures on lining of oldshocs
, v. ' ii
& Co. Ltd,
Territory of Hawaii
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