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Incui'poratcd Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
URPLUS& UNDIVIDED PROFITS $l71jS6't.94
Chas. M. Cookcs , . . .President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
H. Cooko ...Cnshiei
C. Atliorton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors -Hour v Watcrhouso
Tom May, F. W. Mftcfarlnnc, E. D.
I'onny, J, A. Mcuaudlcss.
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cordance syith rules and conditions
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ot uruffs or medicine is a
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QUALITY of the Article.
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fkf in irin nrnnirrn if iifrp
s visiting Maul this week.
Survovor M.D.Monserrat is on Maui
this week, on professional business.
lion. H. P. Baldwin was a return
nssengcr by Wednesday's Claudine.
T. Thomas Fortune and J. Gilmnn
left for Honolulu by last Saturday's
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Painter have
sent their two sons to St. Louis Col
Mr.' Carl Waldeyer and family have
gone to Lahaina, to make their homo
there for some time.
Judge John W. Kalua visited Hono
lulu by Saturday's steamer,, return
ng on Wednesday of this week.
Donald Green, son of Will Green
of the Colusa Sun, left Puuneno for
the coast by Saturday's Claudine.
Mr; Harold Hayselden, of David
Lawrence & Co., who has been on
Maui left for Honolulu last night.
Mr. A. K. Stenderof Kahului went
to Honolulu by Saturday's Claudine,
to place his little daughter at school
Col. W. H, Cornwell, who was cx
pected at homo last night has pro
lonueu his visit in Honolulu for a
Mr. Halverson of Nahiku is in La
haina, working on a six mouths' con
tract in ditch building for the Pio
beer Mill Co.-
rMrs, D. D.' Baldwin of Haiku left
by last Saturdav's Claudine to visit
her daughter, Mrs. D. Murdock, of
Dr. McMillan of Waianae, Oahu,
came over on Wednesday's Claudine,
to till Dr. McGettiiran a position at
R. G. Henderson of Buchinghnm
ii Hecht, wholesale shoe dealers and
manufacturers of San Francisco, is
looking up trade on Maui,
Leroy Bartlett, of the Phoenix
Savings Co, arrived by Wednesday's
steamer, and will devote some weeks
to the interests of his company oh
Hugh Bowelt was a passenger on
Wednesday's Claudine from Lahaina
to Hana. He leaves for the Coast in
H inou ill or so to make his permanent
Washington. Jan. 7. Creditors of
Delegate Robert W.- Wilcox,- of the,
Territory of Hawaii,- have attached
the $2,UU0 which is due him as mile-
age,for tlie short session of Congress.
Washington, Jan. 7. Henry Ox-
nard,vho, in behaH of the beet sugar
tru&i, is irking to defeat the bill for
a reduction-, of tariff on Philippine
products,- k sanguine that the bill
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f 1U IUH (Ktbgr J.L IS JJUSSlUlf U I UUUC-
.tion of 50 percent under the Dingley
tariff may be grantedi
I Constantinople, Jan. 7. It is be
Ifeved that Austria Hungary and
Italy will protest against Russian
iWarships entering the Dardanelles,
prance and Germany will not protest.
J Washington, D. O", Jnm 7. The
f lenate Committee on Foieign Rela
1 ions has authorized Senator Lodge
o report favorably on the arbitra-
ion treaty recommende.u by the Pan-
mericau Conference The treaty
rllows the lines of The Hague apply
ing only to republie of the 'Western
; Washington, D. C, Jan.7 Ttie
President in conference with Speaker
Henderson and Congressman Gros
Venor has urged the necessity for
PiKino, Jan. 7 All the foreign
Ministers except United States Min
ister Conger have signed a note in
forming China that failure on her
part to fulfill the indemnity obliga
lions win result hi grave conse-1
Sam FnAJH'lrtbf Suit 7 Hnvalian
Commercial; 45V- Honokaa 143) Ma-
kaweli,28; Onomea,25. Dull market.
bait KrancJSco,- Jatt. 0. Thomas
II. Wil?ams, Jr., andTruton Beale
have been afJAiitted of the murder-
otis assault on' Frederick" Marrlot,
editor of the 1'ows-Letter.
Constantinople; Jan. u, Great
Britain hatf'oteed ngdittpt Rus
sian warships being allowed by
Turkey tq pass through the Darda
uelles. 3hp insists that 'ihV permis-
frho Raymond & Whitcomb Com
panyof Boston, New York, Phila
delphia, Pittsburg, 'Chicago, Los An-
Heles and San Francisco has arrang
ed for a tour under lie personal es
cort of one of the agents of the cor
poration,, to these Islands, which
promises to bring, during the month
of April, a large number of visitors.
The itinerary of the trip calls for
the departure of the party from San
Francisco in the steamer Ahimedn
March 21, which would mean arrival
hero on the following Friday. Fron(
March 27 to April 22 the tourists will
spend in this city, making head
quarters either at the Royal Hawai
ian or the- Young Hotel, thero being
provision during the month for a four
days' trip to tho volcano and Hilo.
There is no paactlcal limitation on
the trio, however, for the return
ticknts aro good for four mbuths,
and it is more than probable, taking
the experiences of formor tours, that
many persons will avail themselves
of the opportunity to make a more
extended stay. Advertiser.
While- Judge Barnard was taking
a ride in ins steam launcn one uay
last week he caught a reptile that
bore a strong resemblance to a water
snake. He forwarded it to Prof. Hen
shaw for examination. The professor
savs it is one of the many species of
sea serpent common to Australia,
but unknown in these waters. He
put it in alcohol and send it to Smith
soman Institute in Washington. It
is rumored that snakes have been
visible to persons in North Hilo be
fore. Hilo Herald.
San Francisco, Dec. 29. Next
Monday the steamer Nevadan of the
American-Hawaiian lino will go into
dry dock at Hunter's point to beex
amined, having been on tho reer at
Honolulu for two hours during her re
cent trip there. It is already known,
however, that no serious damage was
done to tho new steamer. Har cargo
from tho Islands included i)8,075 bags
of sugar, 1.954 bunches of bananas
and fifteen tons of merchandise.
The freight steamer J. L. Lucken
back, one of tho new line which has
been established to compete with the
American-Hawnlian lino fcr the
round tho Horn carrying trade, is
now on thti wav from New York to
San Francisco, Jan. 3 Tho cable
was used for the first time today to
intercept an alleged criminal. Chief
of Police Wlttmnn wired to High
Sheriff at Honolulu to arrest a Chi
nese woman on the steamer Peking,
It is claimed that she embezzled
$1,000 from countrymen here,
Vessels in Port Knhulul
S. S. Alaskan, Banfiuld, from Hon
Whitman & Co.
HARDWARE, AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kino Ss. anh. 814 Fout St
Goodform eioset Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) C Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers;
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3,011
No. 2.--(Ladies', GxC) C each Skirt
and Cont Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No; (b.-Gentlcmcn's Gj G) (i each
CoaK rito'd Trousers Hangers, 1 each!
BaV'atfd Loop $2.5tf
Burglar and Fir
We have Just received a large assort
ment o? the famous HERRING-HALL--
MARVIN SAFE CO'S Safes. These safes
are considered the Very bust made.'
The public are Invited to inspect thte
exhibit at our Hardware Department.-
Tho'. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, $20 AND UP.
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
"WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES'.
P O. G27. 174-176-180 KIN'S St., HONOLULU
Jan. 7, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Jah. 9, S. S. Alaskan, Banfield,
from Honolulu, mdse.
Jan. 10, S. S. Clalldlnej Parker,
Jan. 7, Si S Claudine, Parker, for
Jan, 10, 8. S. Claudino, Parker.for
Oceanic Tfme Table.
2 Zealandla S. F
3 City of Peking S. F
3 Korea" ' " , ( , .Yokohama
10 Coptic S. F.
10 Nevadan. S. F.
13 Ventura. Colonies
13 Gaelic i, Yokohama
14 Sottoma...' ',..,,.,,,8. F
14 Miowera. , i .iColonies
17 America MarUi ( , , , . ,.S. F".
20 Hongkong Mnru..Yokoha'ma
23 Alameda.,, ,,.c, F.
27 Korea.,,., S.-F,
aa.NebrosknnJi -..S. F
30 China.. ,,.,,.... Yokohama'
3 City of Peking.
Abolished by the I
Kodak Developing Machine 1;
The Kodaker may now develop and fix ftitf own nega- iS
tives in broad daylight and do it better than ft was done by 3
the old method. Anyone who can ODerate a Kbtfak can success- 8
fully operate a Kodak Developing Machine. 2
The Kodak idea simplicity reaches-ftjbgical triumph iu 13
the new device. , 5
Send in your ordor early as our supply will soou bo exhaust- 3
cd until the arrival of a new shipment)- m
It is a great thing for Maui Kodaiters.
! Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
granted similar privilege.
" 8 lvorea
" 7Jealandia. .
" td Gaelic
" 14 Sonoma, . .Colonies
,r 14 Miowera. .r!..Vlctarla, B.fd'
,r 17 America" ytavtt,. . . Yokohama
" 17 Moano .- Colonies
" 20 HongkonjJ'Maru S. F.
sion 'granted for Russiarf'arshlps to ''' 20 Neadan. ..j t . .S. Fl
!isBrt'hG sU-tiiis-iahoiia.i'bV revoked !' '' 7f 4 . :. .'okol'iMfty
or' Uut ?h"sho'uW 'iWedVatelv be " 28W-0 m'ea S. V.!
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARIrSTABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buiminos, NewRios, NewTeams, New- JJaoa'Aement.
The BISMARK STABLES Ca, propose to run
the Lading Livery Stable Business on Maui, ...
lVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
f .,rwoKfc, rriaes, Buggies fidp.ddle Horses
i i w ' i ' -.'t . . . . - - -r."-.vtwt ' .
New aacl first clcss ritrs anil teams, and comtietfinfc flri Wri-iif.