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You cau now tyavo your
Sofas Chairs etc.,
. iipntly Upholstered a ipy
Upholstoring Shop, i,n rear
of Mupfiirlanp & Co,'s Sa
loon, opposite the Vaitiku
depot., limy Years' ex
perience. Prompt ntpntion
to country orderg by niu
el. 94. Wailuku, Iav.
Tlio Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undp.r hp aws
the Rermblic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND, DIRECTORS:
iURPLUS & UNDIVIDED BEFITS $I7.B64.
Chas. M. Cooko President
V. C. .inps. .Vice-President
0. H. Coo,l$a ...Cashier
F. C. A thortpn.. . .Assistant' Cashier
Directors Henry waterhousp,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. .1.
Tennv. J. fi. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor.
norntionp. Trusts. Individuals, and
yvill promptly and carefully attend to
business QonnPRted with banking
entrusted to. i. Sell and Purchase
Foreign E.schange, Issue Letters oi
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
solved an: Interest allowed in ac
pordance vy.tyh rule.s and conditions
nrtntol in m5 hooks, crmies of
H-liieh inav h,e, had o,n application
Jud.l '.luildin?, l.'-.f S,t.. Honolulu
Felegraius Iq ail Poin
fiawaii, Lanai and Oafiy
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per W(J
$2.00 per- message
Central Station for Maul at
U TURNER, CO.
I SUA I
k:;.,--' FINE :
' 1 DRESS'
SAMPLE on Request.
.Mail 3 our photo work to us and we
will fiivp you first-rlnss work In
developing aim printing. ,
Fresh Films, Photo Paper, always
Eastman Kodaks at factory prices.
Ifl. L. SHAW.' Managet
KILO DRUG CO.
UTEBIOp HOUSE FINISH
Crown, Spring Cove, Nosings,
Return Bp.ads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. 6. G, & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base a,ud Band mould';
vng wainscoting, uaps, uprpicos,
Casings, Frames, (-windows and
dpp.r), Stair and Potrch Rails,
Sash, Boors & Blinds
all sjzes and styles
Nor'-Wpst Linibpr - Surfaced
Redwood Lumbqr. r Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Oak
IvAHULUI RAILROAD CO
HONOLULU, H, T
Pis name on a Package
or Frugs. or H'edicine is
guarantee of tfie SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
TINSMIT il r.nd CABINET MAKER
Stpvo pipes and I Tin Ware,
Furniture Repaired; Glass
Put in. Coffins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailuku.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO.
Ice- Crenm Porlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish.
ONE ROOM, 10 cents a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Cardies and Cigars. Fresh
Goods roceivsd every weok. Special
courtesies to ladies and gentlemen.
MARKET ST. WAILUKU.
Tel. No. ' V
Banjos, Mandolins & Guitars
IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co
ftead the MAUI NEWS
Jas. T. Taylor left for Honolulu by
Mr. T.W. Ferguson of Puuneue
v sited Wuiluku on Monday.
W. Kenning of Lahaina left for the
coast last Saturday, for a vacation
Mr. C. JJ. Wells and family are ex
pected home about the last of this
Admiral Cyrus Green-will pi ohablv
iccompnny the "Ahcc Kimball to
George May field nlid Grant Horn-
or were guests of the Dluui Hotel,
ist Sunday to dinner.
Jjtou i'eterman, former manager
f the Maul Hotel, came over from
Hmolulu on Wednesday's boat.
Mark Houghtaling, government
wharfinger at Kihci. was in Wailuku
on court business, on Thursda. ,
Prof. Leonard, the daring aeror.
nut left for Lahaina on Wednesday
give one. of his parachute jump?.
A. S. Robertson, of the hardware
department of T. H. Da vies & Co.. is
t iking a short vacation in Makawao,
Dr,' J. Weddick, who is Tisiting his
old homo in Ireland, reached Queens
town July 25, in fine health and jolly
Dr. Davidson or unnnuia was in
Wailuku onTucsday,and per.ta bad
quarter of an hour with Dr. Boote
Mr. James H. Painter took in the
m2tropolis by Saturday's-Maui, rc
turning on Wednesdaj', with a high
Charley Day the popular "outside'
man of Macfarlane & Co,, is on Maui
this week, looking'after the interests
of his firm,
Mr. C. C. Perkins in charge of the
interests of the Union Oil Co. on the
Hawaiian Tslnnds'camo' to Maui
Dr. Philip Frear, the Honoh
lentist, who is filling a professional
engagement, at Puuneue, spent Tues
day night in Wailuku.
Hon. Wm. White of Lahnina has
received the home ruhi nomination
for senator from Maui. Run, Bill
run; we are all after yov.
Senator Burton of Kansas and
Hon. John-M. Thurston, late U.
Senator for Nebraska, arrived in
Honolulu by Thursday's Sierra.
George B. Schrader received
dainty little, runabout, buggy bv
Wednesday's steamer. We shall rub
ber to see who the lucky girl is.
Honry Bond Restarick. the new
Episcopal Bishop of Honolulu has
arrived from the Coast and begun
the active discharge of his duties.
Mr. L. M. Vetlesen of Lahaina is
visiting Wailuku and East Maui on
insurance matters. His company, the
Equitable, is ono of the old reliable?.
Banker Chas. D.. Lutkin and Mr.
Carl Waldeyer of Wailuku drovo over
to Lahaina on Tuesday, returning
late in the evening of the same day.
Mrs. D. Haughs of Honolulu, who
has been visiting her father, Dr. Mc
Millan, and other friends on Maui,
left for home on last So turd ay's Maui.
Mr. S. B, Harry, formerly enrpen
ter at Wailuku Plantation, but now
ship carpenter on the "Antiope" will
remain with that vessel for another
Joe Potter, who oaine down from
the Coast some months- ago, to clerk
in the store of A. Enos, 'has called
for his time, and wiil leave for Cali
Attorney Georce Hons, who went!
to tho Coast for his health, did rfot
find the San Francinco climate
ficial. andjias gone on to Colorado
Sam IvehinojEis thu secretary.
Third District?tidis thTislesT1
on JJaul justly,, ,pUbjfiicgblngle
exception orpine i.Nwfi.niai.
Mrs. J. F. HiftebuVuphr Honolulu
accompanied bjisjHumhurg of
to Lahaina t6SatchLltje5Mai.i foi
LESLIE YATES-f At resilience of
the bride's sliveVaikapu,Au'.
21, 1002, bi E4WW3NUa, MyJobn
Leslie of Hfcnolulujto Miss
Yatea of N.KowiilHaWaii.
visit to Hana )ast,SalurdpVj lunched
at tho Maui Hotel? ai'fi.'drfeve across
Chinese Crew for the Koren.
The Pncllic Mall steamship Guclic,
which arrived from the Orient yestei
day carried a party of 102 Chinese,
who arc to constitute the Asiatic
section of the crew of the new ocean
greyhound Korea, which is expected
to arrive here on her maiden trip on
September 2. In many quarters it 's
doubted whether the vessel can rcath
port on that date. Sho will not re
ceive her crew until the Gaelic ar
rives at the coast on August 27, and
it will take a few davs to fit the
yesscl out after her arrival. The
Korea had been scheduled to sail from
San Francisco on Augusl 2G. Adver
Arrival ot the Freighter.
The big freighter Hawaiian, which
recently made such a fast run from
New York to San Fraucisco,.expect
ed at Honolulu from Puget Sonne
ports on Thursday or Friday. The
teamer Nevadan will leave San
Francisco tn August 28th and freight
orders going up by the Soncma will
ach the coast in timo so that the
gjodscan come down by the oil-burn
er. Tho steamer Californlan sails
from New York- on Sept. 15, for San
Francisco and Honolulu.
Is the Ceylon Lost.
"The Ceylon has cither gone on a
beach somewhere or else has been
sent down to her lost port in Davey
Jones' locker." This is the general
belief along tho waterfront todaj' as
to tho fare of the long overdue bark
Ceylon from Laysan Island. It i
now 75 days since the bark lef t HonO'
lulu on her voyage to Laysan Islands
and return. This voyage should "not
have rpquired more than HO days
and it is generally conceded now that
the vessel is pau.
The Cejlon is one of the oldest ves
sc-ls in the? Honolulu trade. She was
buiit in Maine, and for years wnsusr
in transporting oil an bone from tb
whaling fleet In Honolulu to Boston
Captain Henry Calhoun, who was her
master for many years, used to sa
that she soaked up so much oil pr
those voyages that her timbers -would
last . roreve. blie Drought, many
people to tho islands Inihe early days
Fears are entertained as to the
safety of the four-masted steel achoon
er Honolulu, Captain Stokebye, which
left Newca'stle, Australia, eight-flv
days ago with a cargo of coal for this
Tho United States Fish Com
mission steamer Albatross left Hono
lulu for San Franolsco during Tues
Veescls in Port -KahuluJ
Br. Shin Kinross, Murray, from
Br. Bark Antiope, Murray, Jr.,
Aug. 20, S. 8. Maui, Bcrnett,
Aug. 23, S. S. Maui, Benr.et, from
Aug. 20, S. P. Maui. Bennett, for
Aug. 23, S. S. Maui, B
Aug, 23, Br. Bark Antiope,
AkUg?$2f5merica Maru. ...Yokohama
aKHSKoroa. . . , 8. F.
Alameda B. F,
ill City of Peking. ...Yokohama
1G Coptic S. F.
19 Sonoma Colonies
20 Gaelic "."Yokohama
" 20 Sierra., S. F.
" 23 America Maru f. .S. F.
" 2(i Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
' 27 Aoraugi Colonies
" 20 Alameda S. F.
" 30 Miowera .... .Victoria, B, C.
Aug. 2 America Maru S. F.
- " 8 Korea ....Yokohama
. " 11 City of Peking S. F.
" 13 Alameda S. F.
" 1(5 Coptic. ,, Yokohama
" 19 S'onoma S. F.
" 20 Gaelic S. F.
" 20 Sierra Colonies
" 23 America Maru.,, Yokohama
" 20 Hongkong Maru S. F.
27 Anrangi S. F.
30 Miowera Colonies
Burglar mid Fire
We have Just received a large assort
ment o? the famous HERR1NG--HALL--AMR-VIN
SAFE CO'S sales. These safes
The public are
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Ti "ECONOMIC SHOE"
c-i t .. MA an h i a a
Up-to-Date Shoeists, Hilo.
Large Shipmenl -
FOR SALE BY ALL
General Agents or the
k Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU.;
New Lluii.niNUs, New Rios, Nkw Teams, Xr.w Maoagement.-;
The B1SMARK STABLES Co, propose to TO
the Leading Livery Stable
LIVERY, BOARD otid
HACKS) Gari'tages I5itgies tirid Saddle Horsesi
at all Houps. A New System of Pfess Buttons,
New Mid ill's't class rigs
(iitman fir1 Co:-;;
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kixtt Ss. an i) 314 Four St,
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 0 Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,'
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00,
No. 2. (Ladies', GxO) C each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen's fi:0) G each J
Coat and Trousers Hangers; 1 each M
Bar aud Loon -
the very best made.
Invited to inspect the
A Guaranteed Shoe lor
THIS illustration is from,
a nhotocranh of one dt
our special shoes, mado
of plain calf; will nof'scuff"
but will stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension
lolel perforated vamp and.
pebble grain top. This shoo
has the cut and stylo of thq
highest prico shoes, and"
better still, is niado on q
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. We will do-
llvoi this shoe to any postv;-u
'iiicu iiuuress on ine isi-";.
ands on receipt of the prlce)
S4.00, and on the condition
that the monov will be re-'S
funded if not satisfactory ;
Wrile for a pair of our iNo.v
39 shoes; if you have bouglta
oi us uoiore wo nave yourj
size on rccordjif not give usj
figures on lining of oldshoesl
S. S American
Territory of Hawaii
Business on Maui,
and teamSj und comjjetent driWB
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