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Charles" M. Cooke President
?, T. Kobinson Vice. President
0. D: Ltitldn Cashier
Director! R. A. Wudswoith,
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Transacts a general banking uus-
Draws Exchange on 'tlic United,
States, 'England, France,' Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOW S INTEREST ON DE
Loans money on approved personal
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Special arrangi'mnnls with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
IRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCEI
he FIRST NATIONAL BANK
lie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
SURPLUS it UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke. . . . President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
fi. At.linHmi Acc.ic:trmt. Hrislnf.r
rectors Henry Watcrhouse
Tom Mav, F. W. Macfnrlanc, E. D.
Ccnuy, J. A McCandless.
Ordinary aud Term Doposiis re
coiveu and interest allowed in ac
oordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Mr. F. S. Monsell, of the New York-
Life is visiting Maul this week.
lack Dow and W. A Conway of
Kihct visited Wniluku last Sunday.
Superintendent Cooper failed to
show up on Wednesday, as expected.
Manager C. B. Wells j-cturncd
from Honolulu on Tuesday nights
Dclegiito Kuhio expects to leave
for Washington by next Wednesday s
Mr. Harold Hayscldcn of the Dav
id Lawrence Tobacco Co. is on Maui
tlti.s wc ek.
Mr. R. C. Sar)o of H'onolu'a has
quite recovered from his recent se
rious il'ness. '
H. Sengstuck of the Paia Planta-
lion Store was a visitor at Wailuku
Mis E. A. Miller, stenographer
from Honolulu arrived by last night's
Mr. J3. H. Clark, travelling man
for Theo. H. Davies & Co. is regis
tered at the Wailuku Hotel.
Hollister Drug Co,
HONOLULU, 11. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Telegrams to all Points of
Mswati, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Vlaui at
1 clcphonc No.
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A rniv and linititifu ctillectien
of old j.nd iibw Iljuvflilati Bungs
and Huln 'Smne t.evcr Lbfote
published. Charmingly i.lustra
ted with lyjik-al Hawaiian scenes.
Price, SJ.&Oj juistpnU. Order
direct from the publishers, tho
Bergstrom . Music Co;
Leon Tobriner of Hyman Bros
enmc over on last nights Mauim
Loa, in the interests of his firm.
Mn Andrews of Hilo. accused of
poisoning her husband, was found
guilty, in tho Hilo Circuit Court
Father Julian has come over from
Laliaina to take permanent chargo
of the Catholic Mission at Wailuku.
Father Wendelin, formerly at Ka-
latipapa, is now a resident nf Maui,
in charge of two churches on central
O. M. Atwood. of the HofTsch
laegcr Co. Honolulu, came over on
Tuesday's Kinau, to sell up his Maui
Mr. P. M. Pond of Waterhouso
Co. Honolulu, eanif over on Tuesday's
Xinnu and will remain over on Maui
for another week.
St. Clair Say res, of the Tinnier
Beer bottling works of Honolulu is
on Maui this week, building-up trade
for thi popular beer. '
Mr. Win. Ringer, a prominent
Hawaiian business man of Honolulu,
came over on Wednesday, to s'pend a
couple of weeks on Maui, f : "
Joseph W. Podmore, of Water
house & Podmore, insurance and
commission agents, Honolulu" is re
gistered at the Maui Hotel;'
"Billy" Green, the rustling travel
ing man for Phillips & Co. has speut
the week among the Maui merchants
leaving for Honolulu toduj'.
Charley Braun, Wailuku's popular
"hello girl," has been laid up with
tho "breakbone" for tho past few
days, but says ho had it easy.
Superintendent Carley of the Maui
Telephone) Co., and W. L. Decoto pf
Laliaina returned from doing federal
jury duty at Hilo, last Saturday. .
Dr. J. H. Raymond of Ulupalakua
fame to niiuuu on Thursday to
prepare for the opening of the Iva-
hikinui MeatMarket tomorrow morning.
Mr. J. F. Brown of Honolulu re
turned to Wailuku on Wednesday,
accompanied . by Mrs. Brown who
will visit Maui during hei; husband's
stay with us.
W. L. Hardy of Hann, who has
spent several weeks on Oahu and
Kauai, called at Walluku-on Wedncs-.
day niorning, leaving on the Claudino
for Hnna. at. noon.
J, H. Fuller of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, who was on central Maui
during the early part ,of the week,
went toHana by Wednesday s Ulau-
dtne, returning today,
H. W. Holling, the genial and pop'.
ulai- ngent of thn Sail Francisco
Daily and Weekly Examiner arrived
on Miui by Wednesday's 'Claudino,
and is taking subscriptions for thn
Count von Sedwltz has. but few
equal'-. Miss Cooledge, Mr. Ault, Mr.
Lamar and Mr, Lufkin nc.ed ho intro
duction on Maui. Tho pianola never
fails lo.interest an audience. It is
"imply marvelous. Vith these attrac
tions the concert of tho 21st r.t the
K. of P. TIall will be par excellent
mr. ijuiuin announces that 'all ar
rangements aro completed fo: tho
grand concert nt K. of P. Hall, Wal
luku, on Saturday evening. Feb. 21st,
There will bo free train from Paid
and Puuneno, returning after the
concert is over. Tickets ore now on
sale at Tho First National Bank,
where seats can bo reserved by
Paone. Tickets jlr'S one dollar each.
San Francisco, . Feb. C All hope
for tho American ship Florence now
out sixty eight days from Tacoma for
Honolulu has been given up here.
Rates for re-insurance have advanc
Cd rapidly during the last week and
today the vessel was put on the
boards at eighty per cent. The
Florence was not the vessel in dis
tress that the Alameda reported
The steamer J. A. Cummins, which
arrived hero Tuesday evening from
the other side of tho island, made a
lucky find on tho trip over lust Mon
day. . It was nothing less than the
big light buoy which was put over
board bv the Silvertown when the
cable end was buoyed and which
went adrift and was lost. Bulletin
The island schooner Ada which was
washed up on the shore at Kahana,
on tho Koolau side of Oahu, was suc
cessfully floated in tho lagoon on
Monday by Mr. Lylo of Sorcnson &
Lyle. She was all right, despite the
first reports that sho was n total
wreck, and was put under sail at
onco for Honolulu. Advertiser.
Tho steamer Lchua smashed a
freight boat at Kalaupapa Tuesday
while landing freight. None of the
freight was damuged. The crew of
the boat could not get to tho steamer
but went overland to Ivaunakakai,
where they were picked up. Bulletin
San Francisco, Feb. 10. The Pac
ific squadron, in command ofRcar-
Admiral Glass, sailed for Honduras
this afternoon to protect American
interests in tho war declared between
Salvador, Hondurus and Guatemala
San Francisco, Feb. 0. The steam
er Enterprise struck the schooner
Fred J. "Woods in the harbor today
and tho latter sustaiued considerable
damage. The sailing of tho Woods
will be delayed, until repairs can bo
The S. S. Nevadan is due in Hon
olulu from tho coast today, end will
reach Kahului early next week.
It is fiow conceded thr.t tho Flor
ence 75 days cut from Tacoma. has
The British ship Kinross is on a
run trcm Tacoma with grain for Jap
The German bark Alstcrnixie went
ashore at Astoria, Oregon, February
Ve8scls in Port Kahului
Am. Sell, Alice Kimball,
from Gray's Harbor.
Am. Sp. Amy Turner. Warland
Feb. 11. S. S. Ciaudino, Parker,
Feb. 8, Am. Sp. Amy Turner,
Warland, from Hilo.
Feb. 14, S. S. Claudiue. Parker
Feb. 11, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Feb. 12, S. S. CaHfomiaii, Barron
Feb. 14, S. S.Claudine, Parkor.for
Whitman & Co.
Oceanic Time Table.
HARDWARE AND SPORTIiVQ GOODS
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Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) C Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers J
2 Bars and 1 Loop . S3.01
No. 2. (Ladies', GxC) G each Skirti
and Coat Hangers, 1 each.-Bar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen GrfT),eacli
Coat and Trousers Haiders,, H&acl:
Bar and Loop '$2.fjQ
iurglar and Fire
We have just received a largo assort
ment of the famous HERRING--HALL-7F
JViARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These sajes i
mf rnnciflerefl thn vprv hn- nmile. " '. tK.
The nnhlic nre invited to Insnect tlieXil
exhibit at our Hardware Department. Ij
Theo, H. Davies Zr Co., Ltd. v
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DATE NAME FROM
Feb. 3 Siorra Colonies
" 4 Ventura..., , .S. F.
. 4 Gaeljc S. F;
'f 7'Dorio,.- .Yokohama
11. Aorangi .Colonies
" 12 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 13 Alameda S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" MMlovvera Victoria, B. C.
" 14 Nevadan S. F.
" 20 China S. F.
' 24 City of Poking. ...Yokohama
" 24 Sonoma Colonies
" 25 Sierra...'...' S. F.
" 28 Doric '. ..S. F.
H Sierra S. F.
4 Ventura Colonies
4 Gaelic ' Yokohahia
7 Doric : S.l?.
7 Nebraska!! b. F.
11 Aorangi Victoria, B.C.
i2 Hongkong Maru. . Yokohama-
14 Nippon Maru S4
14 Miowcrn Colonics
18 Alameda S. F.
20 China .'Yokohama
24 Citv of Peking S. F.
24 Sonoma , S. F,
,-adan , . . . S. F,
" 24 Nevada
Positively the best collection it is possible to got
together, as we handle, besides our own views tljose
of J. J. WILLIAMS, DAVEY, KING BROS., RICE
& PERKINS, Etc. Etc.
We will send a collection to any responsible party
HonoluBu Photo Supply Co.
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THE BISfflARK STABLES OF WAILUKU1
New Buildings, New Rids, New Teams, New Maqaqemext.
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