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URPLU8& UNDIVIDED UNFITS $171,564.94
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jliiwtors - 1 enry , Wiitprhousc
Lorn May. I'. W. Macftirjiuic, E. D.
cnuy, J. A McCandless.
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
el vod and 'Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
rintod in pass books, copies of
which mav Im had on application.
Judd Building, Fort SL.tlonolulu
L. TURNER, CO.
SAMPLE bir Request.
Hollister Drug Co
HONOLULU H. T.
This name on a Package
of Diwsor M'cTt is a
mrmttt of the SUPERIOR
Ail firit class stores handle
relepjrams to all Points ol
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
dan now be forwarded by
Twenty c6nts per word
.1 :i ft
Central Station for Maui at
1 clcphone iNo.
Banjos, Mandolins & Guitars
IN ALL Tllli CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Mtfsic Co
P,c.,.r SHIPPING NEWS lifer-
Col W. H. Cornwall canif over
Mr. Geo. B. Rchrndcr returned
'rnm I.uhninn ton' Monday,
Mr. S. F. Thomas of Knuaiis re
k'istcrti at the Maui Hotel.
Bookkeeper Keeney of Puunrnfe
v os a visitor at Wallukn on Monday.
Judge F.Mee gees to Hilo in Jnh
"inry to Ir.V several federal jury case.
Be v. Canon Ault is slowly recover
iiu fidln his recent nttnek of ia
Aliku Dowsett of Lnnai was h pas-
cnger to Honolulu on last Saturday's
Attorneys Con-en and Crook
Honolulu are in attendance on Court
J. E.Miiler. 'he ferllllztM-man fiom
Snn Frnneieo, arrived from Hawaii,
ny l Ins morning's Kinnu.
Dentitv SherifT Wittroc-k of liana
passed through Wailulcu on Satur
day, en route to Lalmlnu.
A wiroles from Hawaii states
that there is no hope for the recov
ery of Bishop Gulstan.
Mannfjer I). C. Linds-ny Of i3aia
was at Lahaina this week as witness
in a Circuit Court case.
Allorncv Char es Crciirhlon of
Honolulu came over on Wednesday,
in al.tfinrt Court at T.nhaiim.
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ti n i a nr
acualul -"""""t "
md Mrs. Frank Baldwin returned to
Maui on Wednesday's Clnudine.
i , .
Mr. and Mrs. Jr. tl. Hayseldcn aud i
1 1 T ) 1,1 ft 1 .1 f T ..!-! i
l-ft for Honolulu last Saturday
Bishop Uestarick arrived in Wai-
l.iku on Tuesday, and will preach at
the Episcopal Church tomorrow
Mr. CD. Lul'Kin was a passenger
by last Saturday s Claudine, return
ing by the same boat on Wednesday
Georire S. Aiken of Paia, who
who has spent several weeks at Hon
olulu, returned by Wednesday s
A. WT. WisL'i manager of the, Paia
Plantation btofp, returned from the
coast by thbiNeVadanon Wednesday
Dr H. J; McGettigan of Hana,
.me over on Saturday's isteamer
and is stopping at Malulani Hospital,
Dr: Frear the Honolulu dentist,
who sailed from Kahuluifor a short
trip to the coast, returned to Hono-
lulu this week
Judge Kepoikai is expected to re-
turn in Mnui shortlv. to wind unhis
affairs preparatory to an oxtended
residence in Honolulu.
Mr. James Kirjdand, manager of
the Kahului Store, who madu tho
round trip to the coast on tho Neva
dan, returned pn "Wednesday
Clinton J. Hutchius arrived by.
Wednesday's Claudine, to pay Maui
a long deferred visit in the interests
of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Mr. Goodacre, formerly of Kauai,
but later from California, has ac
cepted the position of head sugar
boiler at tho Wuiluku Plantation
Prof. J. Pryor Loonny of Lahaiha-
luna is visiting Honolulu, in connec
tion with which there are rumors of
a change in the teaching force at
C. Kaiser, the popular and eu-
ergotic salesman of Hyinan Bros,
Honolulu, who has been restocking
his Maui customers this week, leaves
for Honolulu today.
Mrs. Lowell camo over on Wednes
day, and went up to Paia Plantation
to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell have recently returned from
a protracted visit to Chinq.
Antone do Rego brought over the
local mail from Lahaina on horse
back yesterday, and roports bridges
out and the road in deplorable shape
between Olowalu and Lahaina.
John Walsh, of the Kahului 'store
was in Wailuku yesterday afternoon,
blocking'out details of the grand Now
Year's dance to be given by. the
Pythian brothers at K. of P. Hall,
CORELL At Kahului,
Corel), a daughter.
New York. Nov. 23- C. 01iverl.se-
fi'ti,' since his return from Europe tt n
days ago, has spent most of his tin e
at Bristol studying the plntis of tie
new Cup defender ar.d liiistliiiir U e
work of construction. Mr. Isenln
thinks that it is very important thnt
the new boat should be olit as early
as possible in order that all the prac
tice possible maV be had. The lead
keel it is understood, will bo run this J
week. Tins is uboUt four weeks ear ,
licr than the keel of the Constitution
was run and thb hew boat snould be
ready for lui nt-hiny earlier in thosca
sou than the last boat, To a frienil
Mr. Iscnlln said he hoped to have the
new boat in the water early in April
an( imVo her sailing in Mayi This will
give her three and a half months for
facing und tuning up.
LoKfooft, Nov. 28. Excellent pro
cess is being made in setting the
frames of the. Shamrock III. and
everything is ready for running the
lead keel. It is learned that the same
plnu of bringing the midship frames
right down outside the lead of the keel
as adopted in the cast) of Shamrock II.
will bo followed in the new challenger.
From the setting of the frames of the
Shamrock III. it is apparent that
another novelty is to be introduced.
instead or a icvei uruugui u.b
length of the keel, the challenger will
"ve a very uecuiuu urawing, tuuwu
crably more aft thau at the forward
-ml nf ttin laad
'the oil-burner JNcvadan, yecaon,
arrived trom &an x rancisco isaiur-
. ,nm.nltltr. hrlnnfr a funeral co r
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go and cold storage goods of 3,500
tons. Of this cargo 2,500 tons is be
ing discharged at Honolulu and the
remainder will be discharged at Iva-
hului. The steamer will leave some
timb, tonight for Kahului todischargo
hnr cargo ar.d taka in a part of a
load of sugar. Advertiser.
Work Is being rushed at tho cable
company's property at the end of the
Railway wharf m order that the new
tank for housing lou miles ol spare
cable may be completed by tho time
the Silverton arrives here. Tho big
femein cisicrn nas oecn comnieieu
js water-tight, and in readiness to
i.Dia tno cable. but the buildincr which
is to coVer ;t is oniy partially com
The Nevadan. left Kahului harbor
0n Thursday, and sought refuge from
the storm at Lahaina, to return
wiien the storm abates.
The oil-burner Enterprise had not
arnvea at Hilo when tho lunau left
Br. ship Kinross, Murray, from
10, S. S. Nevadan, Wcedon
D,ec, 10. S.
S. CJaudme, Parker,
f j)0C( 13 s,
S. Claudine, Parker,
10, S. S. Claudine, Parker,for
Dec. 13, S
Oceanic Timfe Table.
DATE NAME FROM
2 Hongkong Maru S. F.
2" Sierra Colonies
3 Ventura S. F.
5 Nippon Maru. ...Yokohama
io China S. F.
12 Alameda .'. .;.S. F.
13 Peru Yokohama
17 Moana Colonies
16 Doric S. F.
19 Coptic . . .Yokohama
20 Aorangi. Victoria, B. C
23 Sonoma : . . ; Colonies
24 Sierra...: ..S. F.
2G Nippon Maru S. F.
27 America Maru. . ..Yokohama
2 Hongkong MarU.. Yokohama
5 Nippon Marii.
10 China "
17 Alameda.-. . . .
. . .Colonies
. .... .S- F,
17 Moana Victoria,. B
18 Doric Ypkol?
24 Sierra ,
2!? NJpfon' Maru'. ;, .-.-Yokohama
" 27 Amcricb' Maru
Burglar and Fire
We have just received a large assort
ment o? the famous HERRING --HALL--A1ARVIN
SAFE GO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
Thet public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Ti "ECONOMIC SHOE"
'Tarl Last," No. 39 J
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd."
UptoDate Shoeists, Hilo.
g Abolislied fey the
1 Kodak Developing
The Kodak er may now develop and fix his own nuga- 13
tives in broad daylight and do it hotter than it was done by 5S
: tlie old method. Anyone who can ooerate a Kodak can success- Hs;
: fully operate a Kodak Developing Machine. r3
Tho Kodak idea simplicity reaches its logical triumph in ZX
; the new de iee.
: Send in your order early as our supply will soon be exhaust-
: ed until the arrival of a now. shipment.
I It is a great thing for Maul Kodakers. Z3R
g Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
k blaWe Company, Ltd,
THE BISMASf STABLES OF WAILUKU
Nfcw Buildings, New Bias, New Tjiams, Nifw 5lAO.vaE.MENT.
Thfi RISMARK" RTARI.RR fin nrnnnco M rnnl
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY BOARD anh SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages,- Bogies and 8adillefflqfse's
(ii Aali jbus. t 4" System Pr fBiittpns. , , ;
New und first cfass fig3
Whitman & Co.
fiflflTK . M
HARDWARE AND SPORTING
91 KiNd Ss. and 314 Fout St.
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gclitlemen's) G Goodform
Trousers Hqngers, 12 Coat Hangers,"
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2.(Ladies', GxG) G each Skirt
and Coat Haligers, 1 each Bar
No. 3. (Gentlemen's GiG) G each
Coat rind Trousers Hangcra, 1 each
Bar and Loop " $2.50
A Guaranteed Shoe ioi
THIS illustration Is from;
a nhntnrrmnh nf nno nf
" " " -
our special shoes, mado
of plain calf; willnof'scufl"
but wm stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp and
peooiG gram top. This shoo
has the cut and stylo of tho
nignest price shoes, and
better still, is mado on a
perfectly comfortable last;
giving breadth where the
foot requires it. We will de
liver this shoe to any post
"flico address on tho Isl
ands on receipt of the prico
S4.00, 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 have bought
of us before wo have your
size on record ;.if not give us
figures on lining of oldshoes
MacMtfe . 3
arid teams, and competeat drivers-