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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS G UNDIVIDED PROFITS SI7I.564.94
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UP. C. Joni's. .. Vice-President
10. H. Cooke Cashier
,iE C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Uirectoiv Uunry watorhousb
Tom May, F. W. Macfnrlano," E. D.
'fenny. J. A. McCandless.'
j SAVINGS DBPAIITVintff.
Ordinary and Term Deposits rc
"snived and Interest ulloWod in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
.printed in pass books copies of
jwhich niay be liad on application.
jJudd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
L- TURNER, CO.
SAMPLE on Request.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This namer oil a Package
'of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee-of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
J All firtt class stores handle
f efegrapMc Co,
1 Telegrarris to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
cari now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
7 Central Station for Maui at
1 elehonc No.
Bzwjo?, Mandolins & hilars
fN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstroni Music Co.
Read tlirf AWNEWS
Jt 1 "'ft
Unique Hotel Mulct;,
Following are the rules and regula
tions posted in a certain hotel in Illi
nois: Board 50 cents per square foot;
meals extra; breakfast at G, suppor
Uuests are requested not to speak
'to the dumb waiter; guest's' wishing
to get up without being" called can
have self rising flour for lunch.'
The ollice is convenient to all con
flections;' horses to hire,' 25 cents u
Guests wishing to do a litllo driv
ing will iind hammer and nails in the
i If the r'ooni gels too warm, open
the window and see tho fire escape.
, If you are fond of athletics and like
igood jumping, lift tho mattress and
!ee the" bed spring.
I If the lights go out, take a soda
jthat is light enough for any man.
' Any one troubled with nightmare
will find a halter in the barn.
, Don't worry about paying your bill;
jihe house is supported by its founda
'tion. Detroit Free Press.
A Hospitable Heathen.
It was hjjjh n oou and Monday
Worse yet, it was the thirteenth day
of tho month. tA knock was heard
lat tho kitchen door of tho Burns man
sion. The Chinese servant opened
'the door. A tramp of long and vari-
jed experience accosted him:
"I'vCjbeen traveling and have play
ed in mighty hard luck," observed
the tramp. "I lost all of my money,
land now I'm hungry very, veryhun-
ry. Can t you please give me a
little bite of .something to eat?"
j Tho Chinaman comprehended the
situation at onee: A benevolent,,
placid smile spread .itself over his en
"You likee Hsii?" he asked of the
1 "Yes,. I like fish first rritc." That'
will do as well as anything."
"Come Fliday," said the hospitablo
heathen. New York Tinges.
1 Oldest Inn in England
' In the village of Norton,-'St. Philip
is the George Inn, 1 claims to be
the oldest licensed village alehouse in
England, the . licensp dating from
;1397. Its appearance is eminently
picturesque, each stpry overhanging
that beneath, while tho front is
broken by bay windows, a porch and
n flight of stone steps leading to a
doorway in tho wall. At the back
are more quaint doors and windows,
a turret built against the wall and
including an' outside stair, while in
the yard still remains a portion of
the old gallery which in the middle
ages was found in somanyhostelries.
Most of the front is timbered. Each
.'jablo Is surmounted by n curious
.chimney. A curious feature of the
interior is tho upper floor 'which is of
What Some Names Mean.
Tho following gives the meaning of
the names of I he principal highland
clans in Scotland:
' Mcintosh, the son of the first.
. McDonald, tho son of Brown Eyes.
McDougall, the son of Black Eyes.
McOunechy or Duncan, tho son of
McGregor, tho son of a Greek man.
McCuithbert, the son of the Arch
McKay, son of the "PVophet.
Campbell, Crooked Mouth.
Cameron, Crooked Nose.
Stewart. His Stay or Support.
' Au Irishman, in order to celebrate
the advent of a new ora, went out on
a little lark. Ho did not get homo
until 3 o'clock in tho morniug, and
was barely in tho house before a
nurse rushed up and, uncovering a
punch of soft goods, showed him trip
lets. The Irishman looked up at tho
clock which said 3, then at the three
of a kind in the nurse's arms, and
said: "Oi'm not superstitious, but
thank hivens that Oi didn't come
home at 12."
The San Francitco Trade Journal'
says that Turkey has an extensive
system of agricultural banks under
government management, the ,purr
pose of which islo furnish small loans
to iarmers-at a low rate of interest.
The capital is provided by a small
annual tax on agricultural property.
Principal agencies have been estab
lished in sixty-five cities, - and.. there
are eight hundred and three branched
"From the Jiltest ad t ices I have
received," said President "fright ol
the Wilder Steamship Company yes
terday, "the steamur Kinnu was tt
have left San Francisco on her rc
turn to home waters on November 4
I expect she will take eight duys to
rnnko the passage down.1"
Four new stato rooms have been
added to her passenger accommoda
tions. The awning deck has been eu
jlarged, so that tibw it runs the cntin
'length of the Vessel, and the engii
jrooiri hatch has been built! up througl
tho awning" deck so that none of the
bad smells 6f the engine room will, in
future, trouble passengers.
, When the s'teamor's hull was ex
amituid on her arrival' in San Fran
cisco it was found in fine condition.
Ship bunders were surprised at find
ing, it in such good shapo after the
steamer's loug service in Hawaiian
waters. Tho only injuries were a
few d6nts in the plates which the an
chors rub against in being lowered
land heaved up, and theso plates
'havo been removed and replaced by
j The Kinau may bo expected to -arrive
hero on Tuesday, November 11,
anu she will probably bo placed 011
1 i.i n : ! ,. 1. .. fnrt.i.,
iiiur urn run iu xiuu uu uic lununiufj
h A story has been going the rounds
that opium and other goods from
China Jiavc been smuggled into Hon
olulu, and are being reshipped on the
'.Alameda to San Francisco, but per
sons ina position to know say that
less attempts are being made to
smuggle goods into this port than has
ever been known of before. They
laugh at tho yarn concerning the
Although the San Francisco news
papers received by the last mail stat
ed that' tho present trip of the Ala
meda would be her last ono to this as
a coal burner, it is likely that she
will make one and perhaps two more
trips before she is laid up for tho in
stallation of tho oil burners.
Mrs.. Jacobsen, who has been in
Honolulu attending the trial and ron
yictioh of Tanbara, the murderer of
her husband, Captain Jacobsen, re
tprned to San Francisco on the
The Jap liner America Muru was
duo from San Francisco late "Wednesday-
afternoon or evening. She will
have mail up to arid including Octo
Sixteen vessels took cargoes of
sugar to New York and San Fran
cisco from the Hawaiian islands dur
ing tho months of September and
, Vessels in Port -Kuhului
Nov. 5, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
' Nov. 8, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from"
Nov. 5, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Hana. ' . .
Nov. 8, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Nov. 1 Gaelic ' Yokohama
" G America Maru S. F.
" 8 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
" 11 Ventura Colonies
" 12 Sonoma.. -; , S. F.
" li Korea..- S. F.
" 18 China. 1. Yokohama
" 19 Aorangi Colonies
" 21 Alameda '. ,.S. F.
" 22Miowora Victoria, B.C.
" 22 Gaelic....,...; S. V.
' 25 Doric. Yokohama
Nov. 1 Gaelic- j.S. E.
" D.Alameda. . . . .;,. S..F.
" G America Maru. . ..Yokohama
" 8 Hpngkoug Ma'rut ...... .S, F.
" 11 Ventura'... S. F.
" 12Sonoma...' ...Colonies
" 14 Korea..' Yokohama
" 18 China S. F.
" 19 Abrangi, Victoria, B.C.
" 22 Miowora.: Colonies
" 22 Gaelic." '.. Yokohama
, " 25,Doric;. . '...v'S. F.
" Alameda.'., .fc'.F.
We have Just received a r'at'ge assort-'
nien of the famous HERRING HALL
A'iARVIN SA'FB CO'S safes; These safes
are considered' the very bast made.
The public are invited to inspect the'
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H; ,'Davies & Co.,' Ltd,
"Earl Last' No 39
: $4 JO
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
UptoDate Shoeists, Hilo,
I Abolished by the
I Kodak Developing Machine
g- N The Kodakor may now develop and fix his own nega-
Z tives in broad daylight and do it better than it was done by
fC the old method. Anyonn who can ooorale a Kodak can success-
8p fuhy operate a Kodak Developing Machiuo.
The Kodak' idea simplicity roaches its logical triumph in
y the' new device.
SS Send in your ordor early as our supply will soon bo exhaust-
fc: cd until tho arrival of a new shipment,
d It is a great thing for Maui Kodakers.
g Honolulu Plioto Supply Go
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
THE BISMARKSTABtESOF WAILUHJ
New Buildings', New Ki6s, New Tems, New MgaqemenI'.
. the' BISMARK STABLES. Co1,- propose to run
theleading Livery Stable
LIVERY, BOARD and
HACKS, Caiiriafics, Buggies and Saddle Hoi-sel
fit all Hours. A New System of" Press Buttons. - .
New and first class rigs and teams, aad. cornpeten6 driVferc
HABDWAtlE- AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kino' Ss. and SMFoAtSV.
Goodform oloset Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform
Trousers HangcrSf 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', GxG) G each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 eacli Bar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen's G?G) G each
Coat and Trousers' Hangers, 1 each
Bar and Loop $2;5U
A Guaranteed Shoe for
, $4.0Q ,
THIS illustration Is from
1 a photograph of ono( ot'
our special shoes, matin
of plain calf ; will not ' 'scuff' !
out win stand all knocks
from lava or rnnlfs. ifVin.cn.
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vatn'p. and
pebble grain top,- tthis shoe
has the cut and stylo of the
nignest price stioes, and
better still, is made on a
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. Wo will de
liver this shoo to any post
Mlleo address on the Jal
inds 011 receipt of the price
34.00, and on the qondition
that tho money will bo re
funded if not satisfactory.
Write for a nairnf nnrTMn
39 shoes; if you havo bought
01 us ueioro wo navo your
izo on record;if not give us
figures on lining of oldshoes
Business on Maui.
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