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This name on a Package
of Drugs r Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
felcgrams to all PointJ of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
1 elephone No.
Banjos, Mandolins & Guitars
IN ILL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co.
Cnl W. H. Coinwcll returned from
Honolulu last night.
A. II. Seiigstrurk, ot Pain was a
v'slt.or at Wailuliii on Tuesday.
Mi. and Mrs. A. Enos, Sr., spent
several days in Muknwno this week.
Rev. Cniion Anlt was a passenger
for Honolulu on Monday's Mauna
Lo'i, reluming last night'
i W. Wise, inuimftr of Paia
Plantation Store, was In town on
Prof. (."'has. Kinir,nornml inspector
for Miuii, is visiting the schools on
Molokui this week.
Mr. Y. E. Shaw, of Hnna. was a
visitor at Witllukj on Thursday,
having eoine overland.
Jrst' God Icy representing the Port
Co-ita Flour Mills, near Vnllcjo, is
placing orders on Maui.
Mr. R. Peplowski has rented a
cottage a!. Olinda, and will take his
family up there for a month's outing.
School Inspector 0. W. Baldwin,
who has spent tho last week on Maui,
left for Hawaii by Tuesday's steamer.
F. J. Linderman, travelling man
for II, Hackfeld & Co.. is suppling
the needs of Maui merchants, this
.lack Nielljias resigned his position
at the Aloha, and has accepted the
position of manager of tho Bismark
Senators Bur ton, Foster and Mitch
11 visited Hawaii this week and
will return to Honolulu on the Clau-
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken will bo at Puii-
ncne on Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of next week to fill profession
Mr.P.Paronzinl, who sold a number
of the Standard gasoline lamps in
Wailuku, left on Thursday; to illu
Attorney Aluli of the Board of
Registrars left, for Lahaina, via Ii-
hei on Thursday, to be absent or
aboun three weeks.
Mr. Jesse Godley of the Port Costa
Flour Mills, entertained a party of
gentlemc.i at dinner, at the Maui
Hotel on Thurs-dav evening.
L. A. Thurston camo ovor from
Hawaii on tho Helene, and stopped
off at Maalaea Bay. He leaves for
Honolulu by this afternoon's Maui
Dr. John Weddick. government
physician at Wailultu,' arrived at
home by last uight's Mauna Loa
from a visit to his old home in Ire
"Jack" Bergstrom, piano-tuner
for tho Bergstom Musiu Co., of Hon-
olulujcft. for Honolulu and Kauai by
Monday night's steamer, to bo gono
a couple of weoks.
Hon. Wm. White found tho trip to
Honolulu last Friday too expensive
or monotonous or something, and
stayed at home. Guess Billy is in the
race for first money.
Attorney Jas. L. Coke of Wailuku
veijt over to Lahaina on Wednesday
afternoon, at the special request of
Senator Mitchell of Oregon, to meet
tho Senatorial Commission.
Registrars F. W. Hardy and R.
C. Searle spent several days during
the early part of the week in Wai
luku and vicinity registering at Puu
nene, Kahului and Waihee.
Encouraging reports have been re
ceived of the improved health of At
torney George Hons at Colorado
Springs. He speaks of starting on his
return to the Islands, about Oct. 1.
John Kaopua, who was noting as
secretary at Republican Head
qarrters during Secretary Keliinoi's
absence, has returned to Paia, and
Henry Tallant of Wailuku is in
Judge A. N, Kopoikai aud Attor
ney Jas. L. Coke wore invited to ap
pearand testify before the Senator
ial Commission, en route from Lahai
na to Maalaea' Bay, on Thursday
Messrs Georo A. Bachelor 'of San
Francisco and W. W. Seavoy of
ton, jointly interested In-n
the Helene from T'
ment on f
"PfuiT-Att-PiiiNCE. Sout. 8. Sec
retary of the Navy, Washington
German gunboat Panther sunk Crete
a-Pierrot at Gonaives. Crow escap
ed The Panther returned to Port-
au-Prince. (Sinned) M'LEAN."
Rio Janeiro, (Brazil, Septembet
10 (via Galveston). The United
States battleship Iowa Jias run a
ground near Cape Nossa Sehoni d
Destcrro nnd the Island of Milo. Th
Iowa had just finished target prae
tieo und was returning to the l mi
Hawalians as saliors arc fast disap i
pearlnir from the sea. Very few ol
them leave Hawaii now to go on the
deep. Soverul vessels that have
sought to got crews here recently j
have tried to secure Hawaiian sailors
but have been unable to obtain them.
Tho Helene, which was supposed
to wait over at Hilo and bring the
Senatorial party back to Honolulu ot
Sunday, passed Maalaea Bay on her
way to Honolulu on Thursday even
ing, and tho Claudine will probably
be held at Hilo till Saturday night,
for their convenience.
The White Star steamer Codric,
the largest steamer in tho world,bas
been launched.lt is 700 feet in length,
with a breadth of 75 feet and depth
of 49 feet, and has a gross tonnage of
20,970. Tho big steamer has accom
modations for 2,900 passengers.
The German armored cruiser Cor-
morman is expected in Honolulu
about Oct. 4, from Apia, Samoa,
and will remain in Honolulu Harbor
three or, four weeks.
The gasoline launch "Brothers" is
busily engaged, with a diving crew
and apparatus, in repairing the
moorings in Kahului Harbor.
,The Nevauan left, Honolulu for San
Francisco last Tuesday evening,
carrying mail, 3000 tons of sugar and
2500 bunches of bananas.
Honolulu is overstocked with coal
and several colliers expected from
Newcastle may be sent to San Fran
oisco with their cargoes.
Captain Rodman of tho Iroquois
left on the Nevadan for tho Coast,
on a hurried trip, because of sickness
in his family.
The soldiers on board the trans
port Solace put about $8000 in circu
lation in'Honolulu during their slay
at that port.
Today is Regatta Day in Houolulu,
with eighteen contests on the pro
Vessels in Poit Kahului
Sept. 17, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
Sept. 20, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from
Sept. 15, S. S. Hawaiian, Weedon,
for S.F. via Honolulu.
Sept. 1G, S. S, Maui, Bennett, for
Sept. 20, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROJt
Sept. 2 City of Peking S; F
" 10 Gaelic .S. F.
" 10 Sonoma..... S. F.
" 12 Doric 1 1. .Yokohama
" 18 Hongkong Maru S.F.
" 19 Alameda S. F.
" 20 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 24Moana... Colonies
" 20 China S.F.
" 27 Aorang! Victoria, B. C.
" 30 Korea .- Yokoham''
" 30 Sierra... v .C
Burglar and Pipe
We have lust
ment oi the famous HERRING HALL
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.
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Upto-Date Shoeists, Hilo.
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received n laic assoi't- '
A Gunrailtccd Shoe f oi'i
THIS illustration Is romM
1 a photograph of one oV,
our special shoes, mado" ' '
of plain calf; will not, "scuff" ?
but will stand all knocks '
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension',' '
sole, perforated vamp aud'
pebblo grain top. This shoe v
has the cut and style of tho )
highest prico shoes, and' ,
bettor still, is made on a ;
perfectly comfortable last. 5 ,
giving breadth whero the
foot roouiros it, Wn will rlp
livor this shoo to any post- j
oflico address on tho Isl'-C
ands on receipt of the prico ' .
S4.00, and on tho condition". V-,
that tho money will bo re
funded if not satisfactory.
Write for a pair of our Na
39 shoes; if you have bought
of us boforo wo have your '"
figures onliniug of oldshoes.
The wonderful Brownie
Camera has a perfect lens and
takes a beautiful picture.Two 3'
sizes, two prices. $1.0&and
Handsome littlo book of
pictures free. Write for cti. .
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