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Incorporated Under the Laws
the Kepublictu Hawaii..
S CAPITAL .-SGOO.OOO.OO
OFFICERS AND UIRECTOKS:
.SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $121,561.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Allicrton. . . . As-sistant Cnshien
Directors Henry Waterhousc-
Tom May, F. TV'. Macfarlane, E. D.
'fenny, J. A. McCandlcss.
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
solved and Interest allowed in nc
cordanco svUh rules and conditions
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Judd Buildirg, Fort St., Honolulu
W. F. Poguo left for Nalilku, over
Atwood, thn travelling mau for
Holfsohlaegcr & Co. is on Maui.
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iLo TURNER, CO.
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SAMPLE on Request
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W'a nlso have a complete and up-
to-date lino of Job Type and arc pre-
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HONOLULU, H. T
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores haridle
Washington, October 18. Army
and Navy officers attach deep signi-.
Ex-Queen LUiuokalani and suite liennco to the special dispatch from
Ti'Psrlnv's TTnnnlnlil in tlill Tribune todaV ail I
leit lur nuoiiuiwii j .
nounclng an agreement between inr
British Colonial Cabin Association
Collier C. D. Lufkiu of the
luku liank, was a visitor to
Mr. W. D. AJams, travelling sales
man for the Bergstrom ittusic oo.,
was on Maui this week.
Manuel Tnvarcs, 'he Maltawao
milkman Is ready to fill all Thanks-
giving orders for lat turkeys.
Mr. E. II. Piepcr, the Paia mer
chant and hotel man pam a uusiness
and the Pacific Commercial Cable
Company to establish a line between
Fanning Island and Honolulu. They
regard such an agreement as dis
courteous to the United States gov
ernment and as menacing AmcY
icon interests, not only in Hawaii,
the Philippines and China, but whet
ever it is essential that this cou.itry
Isit to Wailuku on Wednesday.
Attorney J. M. Kaneakua of Hon-
should cnoy telegraphic communica
tion in the commercial and military
theatre ot the Pacific. It strength
ens the opinion they havo expressed
for the last four years, that a gov-
olulu came over this week, to prepare ornmcnt lino across the Piicilic would
his December calender of cases. be the only means ot insuring con-
Mr and Mrs. F. H. Hayseldenand stant communication with Manila or
MjTJo.i.MTTuvcAlrinnrnturned from other American ports, except
.uwa . I
Honolulu oy Tuesday's MaunaLoa
91 Kino Ss. and
314 Foht St.
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) C Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
2 I3ar3 and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', G.xB) G each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No. 3. (Gcntlcmcix'3 GjO) 0 each"1
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar aud Loop $2.50
W. Green, of M. Phillips & Co.,
spent a week among tho merchants
of. Maui, leaving for Honolulu today.
Rev. Canon Ault of Wailuku and
Rev. Canon Weymouth of Lahaina
go to Honolulu today to attend Convocation.
through tho devious, expensive, and
easily interrupted European chan
nels now in operation.
The cruiser New York, with 500
blue jackets aboard, arrived at Hon
olulu last Saturday morning from
Yokohama, and will probably remain
for a fortnight, before leaving for
San Francisco. Tho New York is
We have just received a large assort
mont of the famous HERRING HALL
MARVIN SAFE GO'S safes. These safes
arc considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Mr.. J.. D. Meyers of Huelo leaves 385 feot in length, has a tonnage of
for Honolulu bv this afternoon's Maui ever 8,200, carries 18 guns, and is
tn mwt his mother, who us expected one of tho speediest boats in the
navy. Last Wednesday was pay day,
aud a lot of money will Do spent in
TheOo Ho Davies & Co. Ltd.
from the coast.
Dr. and Mrs. McConkcy of Paia
with a party of guests spent Wed
nesday in an exploration' of tho beau
tics of Iao Yall.ejv
W. O. Aiken of Paia was in Wai
luku during the early part of tho
week, auditiug accounts at Republic
f elegrapMe Co
Tho Pacific Mail Company's
"Queen of tho Pacific," tho Korea is
schcdulert to arrive from San Fran
cisco on Thursday morning but there
is every prospect that Captain Sea
bury will try to continue his recoru-
breakinc tactics and may possibly
Gus. Schumann, the carriage man t in lierc tomorrow as ho has stat-
from Honolulu, came over on weu- cd tlmt ho can tiQ tr;p uer0 in
ncsday to look after the needs oE tho less lhin flvo dnys from san Fran-
. . . . i
Wailuku livery men. cjsc0. -Advertiser.
Otto Isenberg, a well Known ,no- Havana, October 29. -Dr. Finlay,
nccr of the Hawaiian Islands, died h- f f tlie santtation department,
suddenly in his room at the Occideu- commenting upon tho health condi
tions of Havana during the month of
September, says tho death rate was
17.80 per thousand. .
With the end of September a full
vear was completed since a case of
yellow fever originated in this city,
This is an ovent which stands unpar
alleled in the memory of tho oldest
Tho battleship Oregon anchored
at tho entrance to the Honolulu har
bor on Monday, ten days from San
All works executed in a
Telegrams to all Points ol
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
i elephone No.
tal Hotel, S. r ., iNov. i.
Mr. D. H. Lewis, of Lovojby Co.
left for Honolulu last Saturday after
noon, but expects to revisit Wailuku
within a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Baldwin go to
Honolulu this afternoon for a short
vacation. Mr. Baldwin will take 17
polo ponies with him, to bo used in
tie Thanksgiving tournament.
Capt. Griffiths, an old time ship
captain well known in Honolulu,- who
for many years was engaged in the
sugar trado between Honolulu and
tho coast, died recently on board tho
hark Kaiulani of which ho was the
The Ba?ani Entertainment.
When in need of Printing
of any kind
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Banjo?, Mandolins & Guilafs
IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co
"Earl Last" No. 39
A Guaranteed Shoo
Francisco, and will coal up, before
leaving for the orient. She will re
main for two weeks.
It is probable that repairs can bo
put into tho City of Peking in time
so that she may reach San Frauciseo
before the end of tho year.
The Ladies' Guild of Wailuku are
to be complimented on the success of
tho bazaar held by the,m at Alexan
der House, last Saturday evening.
For months, the ladies of the Guild
avo been industriously engaged in
preparing fancy articles for tho oc
casion, and tne result was a rare ex
emplification of their tasto and skill.
At tho fancy work booth, presided
over by Jurs. weivay, assisted Dy
Mrs. Painter and Mrs. Ault, was a
beautiful display of choice fancy ar
ticles, Tho tea garden, in charge of
Mrs. Marshall, assisted bv Mrs. Luf-
kin, with Miss Huntington and Miss
Gay in costume as tea-servers, was
ono of tho most attractive features of
the evening. Tho candy booth, pre
sided over by Mrs. Ogg and Miss
Laura Wells, was of. course quito
popular, and tho goods, wares and
merchandise which they sold were
simply delicious. Mrs. Wells and
Miss Mollio Cummings did a flourish
ing trade at tho fish pond, whilo Miss
W. E. Beckwith's quaint and effec
tive "Rebecca at the Well" was . one
of tho features of the evening. Moro
substantial faro was furnished by tho
refreshment committee, consisting of
Mrs. wgddtefo Mrs. Hansen, Mrs.
StrcuMcIJand Mrs. Robertson.
Notwithstanding the nlleged hard
timesnttiSffftlr was quite successful
finandplyj?tftb total receipts' being Nov,
Veesels in Port--Knhulul
S. Maui, gBornott,
HIS illustration is from
a photograph of ono ol
our special shoes, mado
of plain calf; willnof'scufi"
but will stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension
solo, perforated vamp and
pebblo. grain top. This shoo
has the cut and stylo of tho
highest price shoes, and
better still, is mado on a
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. Wo will do.
liver this shoe to any post
fffioo address on the Isl
ands on receipt of the price
$4.00, and on tho condition
that tho money will bo re
funded if not satisfactory.
Write for a pair of our No.
39 shoes; if you havo bought
of us before wo havo your
size on rccord;if not give us
figures on lining of oldshoes
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
Up!toIate Shoeists, Hilo,
Abolished fey the I
E Kodak Developing Machine I
Nov. 12, S.
Nov. 15, S. S. Mnui, Bonnet, from
12, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
his own nega
it was done by
15,S. S. Maui, Benuett, for
Tho Kodaker may now develop and fix
tives m broad davliht and do it hotter than
the old method. Anvone who can oDnrntc a Kodak can success
full v operate a Kodak Developing Machine.
Tho Kodak idea simplicity reaches its logical triumph in
tho new device.
Send in your order early as our supply will soon bo exhaust
ed until the arriyal of a new shipment.
It is a great thing for Maui Kodakers.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME PHOM
1 Gaelic . . , Yokohama
C America Maru S. F,.
8 Hongkong Maru . . Yokohama
11 Ventura. . . '. Colonies
12 Sonoma S. F.
14 Korea S. F.
18 China Yokohama
19 Aorangi Colonies
21 Alameda S. F.
22 Mlowcra Victoria, B.C.
22 Gaelic S. V.
25 Dorlo ; Yokohama
k Stale uommuiv. Ltd
Therejwftre! 0f course, many hand-
sorneffarttelog left over, and these
have bceSfmaccd on display at tho
"coriierfim" of the Maui Hotel,
whereheyyraay bo seen and admired
by aHwl1ow7sh to look over them
and plclSmit Christmas presents for
theirjfnends These left over goods
are te&SSnarked down" to u price
whicHM'render them u. double at-
1 Gaelic .-. .S. F.
5 Alameda...' S. F.'
" G America Maru. .
" 22Mlowora Colonies
" 22 Gaelic Yokohama
" 25 Dorio S. F.
" Alameda S.F
THE BISfflARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildinos, New Rios, New Teams, New Maoauejient.
The BISMARK STABLES Co; propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui,
8 Hongkong Maru S. F.
11 Ventura S. F.
I 19 Rnnnmn . Cnlnnins
l 1 A T.',. Vl.nV.o.v.o
JIUICU..., iunumiuiu . n nr. K -.an
18 China..... S. F. LIVCKYj 15l?AKU ana 53.rt.L.E
H 10-Ani-nnni Vintm-l.v Tl. f!
HACKS, Cari'iaues, i5ugics ana tsacune norses
at all Hours. A New System o? Press, Buttons.
Now and first, class rigs and teams, and competent drivers