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the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. 0. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke.. Cashicv
Jf. C. Athcrton. . . . Assistant Cashier
' Directors Henry Watcrhousc
I'Tom May, F. W. Mncfarlane, E. D.
yeniiy, J. A, McOandlcss.
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of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores larjdle
Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oafcu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
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larijos; Mandolins & Guitars
INUijTlIE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co
Whitman Gross of the U. S. Geo
logical Survey spent the week on
Jack Hiena is in charge of tho
Wailuku depot, during agent Weller's
Bishop Restariek is expected in
Lnnaitia" next wvek, and will visit
J. B. Athcrton of Honolulhas been
dangerously ill, but was Improving
at last reports.
Judge Kcpoikai and Attorney Noa
Aluli returned from Honolulu by
John Holt came over on the Ncbras
kan last Sunday, landing at Lahaiua
and driving over to Wailuku.
News of tho sudden death of cx
Senator Kahillna of Kauai was re
ceived in Honolulu last -Friday. "
Marshall Hendry finished his work
on Maui, and left for Honolulu by last
Saturday afternoon's Maui.
. T. P. DuBose has been appointed
.manager of Lovejoy & Co. at Wai
luku, to succeed Ed. Boukofsky.
jDan Quill has been appointed police
man at Puunene, to succeed H. A.
iVavrick who leaves today for Hono
Miss Lily Eckhart of Wailuku -was
murried to Mr. S. E. Luca's of Hono
lluln on Thursday, at tho residence of
tho bride's parents.
Mr. M. M. O' Shaughnessy came
over from Nahiku last Saturday, to
, join his wife, who is the guest cf Mr.
and Mrs. Molony at Lahaina.
W. S. McLean representing the
David Lawrence & Co. tobacco house
arrived on Wednesday's Maul and
leaves for Honolulu next Tuesday.
Mr. Ed, Boukofsky, who has re
signed his position as manager of
Lovejoy & Co., left on Thursday
night's Mauna Loa, for Honolulu.
Mr. C. A. Bruns and Mr. L.
Arnstein, representing Stein, Sim-
onds & Co., a wholesale woolen cloth
house of San Francisco, havo been
Interviewing tho Maul merchants
Polo at Honolulu.
On Tuesday, there were twoga,mes
of polo at Honolulu, in which the
Mauis defeated the lvauais by a
score of 9 to 5J, and tho Honolulus
defeated the Hawaiis by a score of
20 to 2.
On Thanksgiving Day the two de
feated teams played, and tho Kauais
defeated tho Hawaiis by a scoro of
18 to 1 . The Mauis and Honolulus
cross bats today and according to
the above figures, it should bo a close
same, vritn an even enanco tor warn
to win. 1
Tho following interesting program
will bo given at the Kindergarden
Concert nt Alexander Hall next
Friday evening, Dec. 5 th.
Piano Solo, . , . . ;
Quartette Dinale Do. . . . . .
IMaunaolu Sem. Quartette.
Vocal Solo.. Tho Dream.. Miss Coolege
Cornet Solo. ..Selected. ..Mr. Lufkin
Recitation. .Annexation of Cuby
Quartette. .. .Persian Garden.
Mis. Coolege, Miss Huntington
Mr. Aultj Mr. Lamar
Vocal Solo. For all Eternity.Mr.Ault
FARCE.... All in Fog....
Cast of Characters.
Mr, Timonidos Swanhopper. .
A model young Bachelor
Lawrence Lavander Valet from
Mr. Bloomfield Brambleton.. Country
Cicely. . , . , ..Brambleton s Daughter
Matilda Jano, ... Superior Housemaid
CONCERT and FAROE
December 5, 1902.
Tickets 75 cts., on Sale at the
NO RESERVED SEATS
The flagship of tho Wilder flcct,the
Kinau, caused much surprise along
the waterfront whon sho arrived oft"
port from San Francisco at about 8
o'clock last night.
Tho steamer was Inspected by a
swarm of visitors as soon as sho had
tied up to Brewer's wharf. She looks
very much changed. 'The most strik.
ing change is that the space between
the fore and the after-house has been
tilled in by a house. This encloses
the space over the engines, which for
merly was'covcred by a great sky
light. It also gives space for three
staterooms and a companionway lead
ing down to tho lower deck.
In the Ivmau's engine room impor
tant changes havo also taken placo.
She has been fitted with entirely new
boilers, one new cylinder nnd a new
-Another change, which will seem
the most important, to the passengers
is tho bilgo heels running 75 feet on
either side. This, according to the
reports of tho officers aud those who
travelled on her this trip, has made
the corkscrew roll a thing of tho past.
Besides these, the Kinau has been
renovated from stem to stern, so that
the vessels is now as good as new.
Throughout the interior, as well as
tho exte'rior, everything shines in tho
glory of fresh paint, polished brass
and new woodwork., Tho Kinau is
now certainly a vessel which the
Wilder Stoamship Company can be
proud of having as their flagship
Tho Nobraskan, which camo into
Kahu'ui harbor last Monday, was ob
liged to ralso anchor and run out to
sea on Tuesday, on account of the
tremendous surf running. Sho re
turned to anohorage on Wednesday,
Captain Barney Cogan, who ran
to Honolulu as a whaling skipper for
thirty years, lately lost his lfio by
drowning from a vessel ho was com
manding from Nome, Alaska.
Tho "Chllcott" has arrived at
Honolulu with the first cargo of oil
fuel in bulk which has r-ached that
The surf broke over tho beach road
on Tuesday but did no harm save
deposited sand and rocks on the road
The steamer Kinau will probablj
be placed on the Hilo run again next
Forty lives were lost in a wreck of
an English steamer off Three Kings
The schooner Heleno, 19 days from
Honolulu, reached San Francisco
Thero Is a rumor afloat that the
Kinau will advance passenger rates.
Vessels In Port--KaluiIui
Nov. 24, S. S. Nebraskau, Delano,
Nov. 2(i, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
Nov., 29, S. S. Maui, Bcnnct, from
2G, S. S. Maui, Belihett, for
S. Maui, Bennett, for
Nov. 29, S. S. Nebraskan, Delano,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAJIE FROM .
Nov. 1 Gaelic Yokohama
" (i America Maru S. !
" 8 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
"ill Ventura - Colonies
" 12 Sonoma S. .F.
" 14 Korea.... S. F.
" 18 China Yokohama
" 19 Aorangi Colonies
" 21 Alameda S. F,
" 22Mlowera Victoria, B.C,
" 22 Gaelic , S. I
" 25 Doric , . , Yokohama
1 Gaelic S. F,
5 Alameda S. F,
" G America Maru. . . .Yokohama
" 8 Hongkong Maru S. F,
' 11 Ventura S. F,
" 12 Sonoma Colonies
" 14 Korea Yokohama
" 18 China S. F,
" 19 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 22 Miowera Colonies
" 22 Gaelic -....Yokohama
" 25 Dorio S. F,
" Alameda... ., S.F
Burglar and Fire
We have just received a large assort
ment of the famous HERRINd--HAllL-MARVIN
SAFE GO'S safes, these safes
are considered the very best made. '
The public are
exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
"Earl Last," No. 39
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
UptoDate Shoeists, Hilo.
I The DarkRoom
1 Abolished by the
Tho Kodnkcr may now dovelop and fix his own nega
j tives in broad daylight and do it better than it was done by
the old method. Anyono who can onorate a Kodak can success-
fully operate a Kodak Developing Machine,
ft! Tho Kodak idea simplicity reaches its logical triumph in
SZ the new device.
Send in your order curly as our supply will soon bo exhaust
fc: ed until the arrival of a new shipment.
Z It is a great thing for Maul-Kodakers.
g Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
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THE BISMARK STABLES OEJAILBKD
New BuilpiK-qs, New Rigs, New Teasib, NjyvjM'AaAQEJiENT,
The BISMARK STABLES CMpnopose to runl
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, LIVERY, JBOARD and SALES SITABLES
HACKS, Carrioles, Bifijies and&Satidle Horses
at all HoUrs. A New System of PressjButtons.
New aud first class rigs and
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HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS?
91 Kino Sa.. And FonT-Sr.
Goodform, Close.t Sets
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No. 1. (Gentlemen's), 0' Goodfdrm
Trouscvs Hangers,, 12 Coat Hangers
2 Bur3 aud 1 Loop $3.00,2
No. 2. (Ladies', Q,xU) ( each Skirt's
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar audi$
Loop 1 1.75,7
No; 3. (Gentlemen's. C; G) 6. eachl
Coat aiiti Trousers Hangers,,. eachM
Bar and Loop ' $2$0
invited to inspect the .J
A Guaranteed Shoe iorffl
THIS illustration Is from-
1 a nhotoeranh of-ono ot
our special shoes, mado
if plain calf; will nof'scufl'V
mt will stand all knock's
rom lava or rocks, it has a
nedium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp and
oebblo grain top. This shoe',
las the cut and stylo Of tho'
nighest price shoes, and ,
-jotter still, is mado on a
giving breadth wh,ero tho.
foot requires it. Wo will de
liver this shoo to any post
'ffico address on tho Isl
ands on receipt of the prico '
54.00, and on the condition '
that the money will bo rc
unded if not satisfactory.1
vVrite for a pair of our No,
19 shoes; ifyou have bought j
f us before wo havo youy
dze on record ;if not give us
ngures on lining of oldshoes ,
teams, andfconlpetont drivers?;