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You can now lmvo your
( &o!as, Chairs, etc.,
inuitly UphnKtorod at my
Upholstering Shnp, in rem
of M.iofn rhino & Oo.'s Sa
loon. o)i(siU tlio Wniluki'
depot. Many' Years' ex
perience Prompt attentioi'
to count ry ordors by n ai
D. L. MEYER.
'Tel. 9-1. Vailuju Maui
t TSc Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the haws
the Republic of Hnwnu.
, OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $I7I.564.9
Chas. M. Cooke ....President
P. C. .limes Vicc-Pri-j-ident
Oy H. Cooke .'Cashiei
F.C. AUicrton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Wutcrhouse-,
Tom May, F. W. Mae.farlane, E. D.
Tennv. J. i. MeCandless.
Solicits tlie Accounts of Firms,Cor
pprotioiv. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
11 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 ae-
Pqordance with rules end conditions
Updated in av hoo'. copies o
-vifhioh mav no nation nppucimon.
Jiidd Bull'tiair. Fort St.. Honolulu
f:bgra:nj to all Points oi
'Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
i Twenty cents per word
$2.0!) p$V ftiiage
Central Station for Maui at
?;L. TURNER, CO.
SAMPLE on Request
E-Mail our photo work lo' us and we
will ''he you Jvr'jt-elasa work
devek;jhu ' printing.
.'.Fresh Films, Photo Pacr, always
Kidaks at factory prices.
1 110 RIG it
I 'ilii vl'i
LulvOl OuT lUU
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
CroAn, Spring Cove, Nosings,
lietuni Beads. Quarter and Half
$6uhd, P G.. 0. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base and Band mould
ing Wainscoting, Caps, Cormcos(j
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Kails,
Sash; Doors & Blinds
all sizes and styles
Nor'West Lumber - Surfaced
UUU XVUUgll (J
and Eough "
Cedar Sprueev Asli, Oak
KAHULTJI RAILROAD CO
HoUister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of nigs-o p edicinc Is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOff
QUALITY of the Articlfe
All firct class stores handle
'YES SANG :
TINSKIT;; . nd CABINET MAKER
Stove pipes and Tin Ware.
Furniture Repahed; Glass
Putin. Coffins and Cabinet
Work on Hand for Sale.
Market St. Wailukb.
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Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU
WO SANG & CO.
Ices Crenm Parlorsi
THREE ELEGANT ROOMS, 25 cents a Dish
ONE ROOM, tS ce$9 a Dish.
Fine Stock Canned Goods and
Fruit, Candies and Cigars. Fresl
Goods received every week. Specia'
courtesies toladieind gentlemen.
Pit- n t Hn f1tio .& It Mil 'l rtl
IN ALL TKS- ft&BEAW
BergStrOlfl" Msfc CC'
Mis Malone, who has been away
lioni Maul for some time, returned
1. 1 wet If.
F.Olur Mtixiniinof 1
"ver Im-l. S.uurduy, i
Attorney Coke of Waiiuku went to
t.ulmiuH on Sunday, returning Tues
W. II. Ducoto of Luhaiiai visit 6d
Waili ku on Thursday, coming .on
norsebiick via llonolua.
Alfred llnyi-clden was a visitor in
Wallul u on Futiirday, h-aving for
Lahaina on Sunday afternoon.
Ed. Po;uc, who is rusticating at
the EOijar Morton ranche( spent sev
eral uay in Waiiuku this week.
l loi ney John tlichardson of La-
iii.ina dropped on Thursday, to heft
ihe political situation in Waiiuku.
Mr. C. II. Liudholm of Spreckcls
illo passed through Waiiuku On
ednesday, en route to Lahaina.
W. O. Aiken of Makawao was in
town on Monday and was hcartilj
welcomed at republican headquarters
Prof. W. C. Crooke, principal of
tue Paia school, has returned from
Iih vacation trip to Palmlu, Hawaii.
Mrs. F. P. Rosecransaud children
came, through Waiiuku on Tuesday,
a id tool: Wednesday morning's Maui
T. M. Church of the Kahului Store,
leaves bj' this afternoon's MaUi, to
atteuu the Republican Territorial
convention in Honolulu.
H. C. Ovenden, plantation store
keeper at Hana, arrived in Waiiuku
last Saturday, and remained on
central Muui till Wednesday.
Capt. Win. D. Toomey of Kihci is
slightly under the weather, dnd is
.topping at the Malulani lio.pitul for
trealmeiit. He hopes to be oiH soon;
Attorney James K. Sai.idersM f
ii .mac, i.s quite ill with dropsy, at
t .0 MaluLul hospital, amj grave
rs ..rs in o eutertaiuid as to his re
W. I'1 Poyue, Chairman f the Re
publican Listrict Committee vi ted
Moiuk.d this cek on aland survey,
ing oxpeditinr,- returning on ..Thurs
day afternoon.- .
Col. W. II. Corpwe'll, c.anjc over to
Maui on Weducsday.'w.ith. the rarkqr
party which went on tq Hawii anl,
ne joined ttiem at,Maalaea ay,.labt
night on their return trip to Hono
lulu. Mr. H. B. Pehhallow cameovcr on
Wi dnesday 3 Maih, take -the posii.on
,, J , , A.
of bookkeeper at Waiiuku Plantation.
. . . a . if ...
left vacant by theresignation of Mr.
who shortly leaves
Dr. Frear, the Deutist, registered
a the Maui Hotel where he will be
professionally engaged, fo,r several
Jays and where any one desiring his
Lei victs can find him.
Mr. S. T. Alexander, who came
jver to Maui las-t wetk, has been
uite unwell, and Dr. Wood of Hono
lulu was sent for. Mr. Alexander is
convalescing quite satisfactorily, and
vill soon be all right again.
Rev. Gulstan Ropertt Bishop cf
PuuopoHn, arrivedt Waiiuku from
dawaii by Monday's Mauna Loa.
and spent several days at. the lsion,
jeaving yesterday. yiorj- LijHama, to
j-edicate- the ney Cajlolle , pchool
building recently erected there.
What is the matter wllbllilo that
it canuot iiipport a hotel? There is
laardly a croseroads village n"' dn
merican State or Territory wbjch
does not mauitahi at least one ecm
furtable tuvurn; aud most townships
of 2U0O souls in the Ilaist lia'o two.
iTe.t Hilo, the secohd city OP Hawaii
ucd the capitul Of'ari islundsu's large
as Ur.odu Island, permits its oae
hotel to be closed., and shunts it-
visitois otl into n rooming
Ililo needs i strong jufUsWnof pab-
ic spirit. It huS people Cnouh- and
money eno!ugh,tqmjkke a I t-1 1 1 yc; i n
unJess it get? onfj, will have iiwe
people i.nu Icj-s moupyijj'Vlks are 'ii
icady begiiiiiing.to biinfiijC ,g?jjng to
' e 'u!eaiio because of the fear of
oiiug ii eoiiventei.ctd at HIlo, T.Jii
ill i. ever do, for Eifo needs touriot
n iiioio Limn Hono'ful
' Aa tl.Ii gs aic, Wuiukju beyin
j.j plume it.xelf. It harfjd'nij.good hole!
.ml perhaps two; tit iMtilt hud Um
tiol loi.g ago. Wuihii4;t' .s ,a pietiv'
siiiitll place beside HiiOi'.Jju.i.hi is ap-
yallant, youn Morning Stais
who have led the league (Wing tl
whole baseball seasoiii mitt who hu
lost but one game, played the Mai
Alerts last Sunday,'' and ( won tl i
game which entitles them to the por
sfession of the league championslii
cupl' A protest has beer, filed as 1
the r.ul'ngs of tlic' umpires last Sui
day,' but the Moruiiig Stars' were m
doubtedly the stronger team of tl
two. and fairly won the game.
' i ' .
At the beginning' of4 the ftame, i
appeared as though th'6 Alerts hn
the best of it, but soon' some wea
playing developed, and the Stai
won out by a score of A t6'fJ.
Tho Stars. entered the league with
a strong team,, and ha'v6 preserved
their original team intact, while the
other teams have beclf constantly
changing. The JYaikp'us have sue
ceded in strengthening their team
to the point vbpfcj if is generally
conce'Otled (hat tfioy dYpmoie than a
niatch for i'he Stafsj'ahd a game be-
tweeh these tyo .teams would be
worth a man s rroney ,
The following l'tlin official scoro of
last Sunuay'a gariic
1 2 3 -1 5 (5 7 8 0
M. Sta(rs...'. 3 1 3 3 1 0 2 1 013
M. Alerts. ...4 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 09
Successful Balloon Ascension.
Prof Leonard made one of the
most beautiful and successful balloon
:asccnsipns and parachute jumps last
Sunday afternoon, at Lahaina, ever
witnessed on the Islands.
There was scarcely a breath of air
-stirring, and the struggling aeruil
iuionsler, when released shotstraight
upward. At about 2,C00 ft. elevation,
jjProf. Ltonrrd, who wus hanging
head downward, cut himself loose
from the balloon and made a beauti
ful dive earthward. f Slowly sailing
down, he landed in the Pioneer cane
(ii.-l.Js, not two hundred nrds from
the pyii.t of ascension. The balloon,
released of its wiight slot heaven
wai d until it. Lrcame a mire speck,
und then tlowly ri turned to mothet
earth, fulling not two hundred feet
f.om nhurc Ft started on its journey.
The Ceylon, so long ove'rdue,found
ered some 300 mile off Laysan Island
which point the captain and entire
erey reached in small beats. The
shipw recked crew were brought to
Honolulu this week
W . T,. , .,
fr The schooner Alice Kimball, un
m..j , rT r-i u
'command of Capt. J.J. V alsh am
. r, , . . . , ,.
at Kahului on Thursday aftornoori,-
five days' from Honolulu. Her carjjd
consists of scrap iron, which will be
supplemented with empty bottles' at
I, Th'e S.iS. Hawaiian is due iu Kahu
lui, via Honolulu, Sept. 5, and the S.
S. Nevadan will be due here Sept.17.
r The barkeutine Fuller ton,- the pic
neer oil vessel of the oft fleet be
tween the c:iast aud Maul, is due to
jarrive at Kihci Sept. I5j with a' hull
full of crudfo 'till for plantation fuel
VceseU in Port--Kaliu!nl
Am. Sch. Alice Kuhb'all,' "Vaisfi,
! Augf 27, S. is. Miui-J' Be'tfJe'tt,
from Honolulu. , 4i,
Aug. 28, A w. Sch. Aliue Kiihball,
AValsh, 5 days liJon Hbdolitlu.
Aug. 30, S. S. Maul,' Beime't, ' from
... T I
I ,' I M I .
I, Aug. 27, S. f-. Maui, Bennett tor
i, Br. Ship Kinross, Mur-
vuyrfor Latlysmith, in ballast.
Aug. 30, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Honolulu. Gceanic-Ttriie Tabic'
DATK NAJ1E FROM
Aug. 2 America Maru. ...Yokohamai
" 20 Sierni,,.. S.; FV
" -iA Arnt'iiva"Maru -.3?'F
" 2C Hiii.gk'otig Maru.. Yokohama
. S. F.
. Victoria, 'B, C.
' 29 Ah.fhi'djit.;
l :.) MitivYOra . .
Aug. i Aiiuricalau'jtg: S. F.
" 3 J Mid We ru.
Burfar and Fare
We have jfrsfc received a large asstfrt
mont of the yaiVious HERRING HALL "
A'iARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very bust made.
The public are invited to inspect theJ
exhibit a our Hardware Department.
Theo. H9 Davies & Co.? Ltd.
a "ECONOMIC SHOr
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"hx Last" No. 39
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd
Up-to-Date Shoeists, Hilo
tar gS Slipment Direct Frotri the
H. J. HEINZ G0.7
T' . A ... J
i i us rvrnvea per
SAUS BY ALL ,
it Hackfeld & Co., lM:
General Agents for the Territory of Hawaii
THE BiSMARK STABLES OF WAl(lKU.
Jfs.w ntiniuiNfiso: Taoa, Xkw Teams, Nzw 1 a jj Ioement. .
Ik- BISftRK SfABLES CO. propose io fdM
leading; LPeTy Stable
iilYEsSVy BtVaRD aY.d
Nsv and fitt.fc russ riys pud
HARDVARE AND SPOSTIKG GOODS'
01 KishSs. 'and 3U FoiitSt.'
Goodfornl Gioset Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodfqrm
'rousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,' '
1 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00 ;
No. 2.- ('fiatlies', (SxG) 0 each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each liar and
No, 3, -Gentlemen's OjG) C each
Coai and Trousers Hangers, 1 each)
Bar and Loop $2.5(3'
A Guaranteed Shoe for
THIS illustration is from
1 a photograph of one bt
our special shocs mado
of plain calf; willnofscufr",'
out wm stand alii knocks.
fr6m lava or ropks, it has a;
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp anil
pebble grain top. This-shoe
has the cut and style of'the"
highest nrice shops,. n.ni5'. .
better still, is made- ow it'4i
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. Wb-will de
liver this shoo to any post
"ffioo address on- the Isl-
iHndson receipt oO the price-.
S4.00, and on tho condition i
that the money will be re
jfunded if not satisfactory.
Write for a pair ofoar No.
39 shoes; if you have-bought
of us boforb we have your
size on recordjif not give us, '
figures on lining of oldshocss
C O A ' , ' "!
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Comf ffif, Ltf
and! Coddle Morses' . .jJ
gV .tem o3: P;3s Buttons. '1
tetiras, an'l comjietahti drivers? m