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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson VU'o President
C. D. liUtkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wudswoi th,
D. C. Lindsay
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States, England, France, Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
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Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at pur.
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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
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Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhousc
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlaue, E. D.
Tcnny, J. A, McCandlcss.
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ceived and Interest allowed in ac
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which may be had on application.
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Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
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Twenty cents per word
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Central Station for- Maui at
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beautifu collection
'of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some nover before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted witb typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergsfrom Music Co.
L. von Tempsky of Makawao was
in town on Monday.
Auditor W. G. Taylor of A. & B.,
came over on Tuesday's Kinau.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sparks re
turned to Kihel by Tuesday's Klnau.
T. W. Hobron, of the Tlobrpn Drug
Co., Honolulu came over on Tuesday's
W. Robb has succeeded Chas.
Dudolt as manager of Kaanlpall
L. M. Vetlesen of'Lahaina was a
passenger by Monday night's Mauna
Loa, to Honolulu.
Ex-Senator Billy White of Lahaina
is in Honolulu, doing a little stunt of
presumably profitable politics.
Mr. E. C. Bro.wn of the Dearborn
Drug Co., Honolulu, Is handling lu
bricating oil on Maui this week.
Miss Ellis of Los Angeles,, Cal. Is
spending some weeks at Lahaina as
the nucst.of Mr. and Mrs. W. Elmo
W. A. Baldwin, manager of Maka
well Plantation. Kauai,' who has
been seriouly ill, Is much improved
Manager Lufkin of the Wailuku
Bank visited Lahaina on Thursday in
the interests of tbo proposed bank
at that place.
Hon. S. Keliiuoi paid a flying trip
to Wailuku by last night's Mauna
Loa, and returns to Honolulu by this
Mrs. Aalberg and K. J. Zedwitzof
Lahaina came over last Saturday
afternoon to take partinttye concert
returning on Sunday morning.
Miss Gussio Stark, Miss Emma
Henning Mr. Chas. Stark and Mr.
E. C. Campbell ot Lahaina were
visitors at Wailuku last Sunday.
Manager C. D. Lufkin of the Wai
luku National Bank ran over to
Honolulu' by Monday's Mauha Loa
returning by Wednesday's Claudine
William McGerrow of Puunene
Plantation who has been to Japan on
a three month's vacation trip, ,re
turned with his wire oy, vvequesaay.'s
Ulaudiue. . .,
Mrs. Langford, wife of Senator
Ben Langford of California accom
panied by Mrs. J. B. Cory of A,campo
and Miss E. C. Lamont of Suisua
arrived from Hawaii on Monday's
Mauna Loa, and have spent tho week
enjoying the scenic beauties of Maui,
Mr. V. A. Vetlesen of Hoffman &
Vetlesen leaves today for, a three
month's vacation trip to the coast,
and Mr. T. B. Lyons will take charg
of the postofflce during Mr. Vetlesen'
absence. He has sold his interest in
tho firm of Hoffman. & Vetlesen to
Mr. W. T. Robinson.
A few hydrants may be seen in the
business part of the town. Next in
order will be a supply o hose and
couplings to fit the hydrants, and a
vplunteer company of firemen, As
i . t i . t ' i -
Manama nas never naa a regular lire
department, a regular courso of in
struction and discipline may be need
en. The soonor tho better, for no
one can predict when the next fire
will break out.
The proposed extension of Lahaina
wharf will not 'bo simply a local im
provement, ' but will bo 'helpful to
Wailuku as well., Honolulu Jpeopli
often say that thy would like to. seo
their friends on Maui, but, thoy have
no desire to ride tho surf In small
It is not too soon to look forward
to tho time When rapid electric tran
sit will bring East and West Maui
in to neighborly an'd harmonious rela
tions. The' literary and musical peo
pie of Lahaina and Wailuku can then
unite, in giving; entertainments alter
nately on" each side of the Island
Local jealousy and petty rivalry
should give place to friendly co
Miss Richardson returned to her
duties in the Government school on
Feb. 27. During the prevalence of
the dengue fever the teaching force
was reduced to two, forseveral days
Miss Holden resumed her work as
principal of the Kindergarten on
Monday morning. On tho same day
the pipe was laid for the mountain
water, to the great delight of tho
Mr. F. n. Hayseldon and his son
Fred, roturned from Honolulu on
Tuesday. Mr. Hayselden will soon
proceed to tho Island of Hawaii.
It is reported that, owing to tho
success attained by tho Korean eml
grants In Hawaii who left their home
last year, a scliemo for the expor
tation of Korean workmen to the
Islands for the second time is now be
ing planned by n certain American
emigration agent In Soul. Tho latter
is said to be trying at present to raise
one hundred laborers among the
atlves The Korean emigrants are
said to bo becoming more popular Ir
Hawaii than tho Chlnose. Japan
Advices by the steamer Empress
of China tell of tho capture of four
Japaneso and an American named
Thompson, hunters of the Japanese
sealing schooner Ishlkawa Maru, at
Robben Islunds, the sealeis being nl
leged to bo raiders. The sealers
wore captured by the garrison of
Cossacks on tho island and taken to
Vladivostok whero they were sen
tenced to fourteen months' imprison
It is propable that tho Noeau will
carry freight from Hilo to Hamakua
when she leaves hero after the wind
abates. Some of the business men of
Hilo are negotiating with Manager
Kennedy of the Inter-Island Naviga
tion Company to havo a steamer in
that lino call here onco a month and
take cargo of merchandise to Hono-
kaa and Kukuihaelo. Hilo Herald.
The purser of the Inter-Island
steamer Mauna Loa which returned
yesterday from. Hawaii reports that
the volcano is more or loss active,
tourists trom there giving him this
information. There has oeen no
steam in the crater for the . past
week, but on February 27 considera
bly more fire than at any time since
last November. Advertiser.
Wireless telegraphic communica
tion between the United States and
the Philippines, via Hawan, is prom
ised within the next 18 months by
Dr. Deforest, with whose wireless
telegraph system the Navy Depart
ment has been experimenting at An
Washington, Feb. 16. Tho United
States collier Alexander, with a crew
of thirty-three on board, is drifting at
tho mercy of high wind and tides
somewhere between San Juan, Porto
Rico, and Norfolk, her destination
The Nobraskan was duo in Hono
lulu Wednesday morning, with coast
mail and freight.
Vessels In Port -Kahulul
S. S. Nebraskan, Green, from
Mar. 4, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 5, S. S. Kauai, Pedersen
from Honolulu, 115 Japs.
Mar. 7, S. S. Nebraskan, Green
Mar. 7, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 28, S. S. Texan, Morrison, for
Mar. 4, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Mar. 5, S. S Kauai, Pedersen for
Mar. 7, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
Mar. 3 Coptic,,.. .Yokohama
" 4 Nebraskan S. F.
" G Alameda S. F.
'! 10 Nippon Maru .....S. F.
" 10 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 11 Moana Colonies
" 14 Aoraugi Victoria, B. C.
" 17 Ventura Colonies
" 18 .Sonoma ,.S. F.
' ' 18 Siberia S. F.
" 20 Korea Yokohama
" 21.Nevadan S. F.
" 26 Coptic S. F.
" 27 Alameda S. F.
" 28 Gaelic Yokohama
Mar. 3 Coptic S. F,
" 10 Nippon Maru. ..Yokahama
" 10 America Maru ,...S. F.
" 11 Alameda, .' :S. F,
" 11 Moana Victoria, B. C,
" 114 Nebraskan S. F.
" 14 Aoraugi Colonies
" 17 Ventura S.'F,
" 18 Sonoma ...Colonies
" 18 Siberia Yokohama
" 20 Korea , S. F.
11 2G Coptic Yokohama
" 28Gaello i S. F.
" 31 Nevadan....). S. F.
Burglar and Fire
We have Just
ment of the famous HERRING HALL
MARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
Successor to 'i
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU ; i
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' New Buildings, New Rius, New Teams, New Maoagement.. ' '
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to ru' ;
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A Now System oi Press Buttons. . m
Now and first class rigs and teams, and competent driror
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Whitman & Co.
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kino Ss. and 314 Foar Sr.' ft
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 6 Goodfornv
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangars,.
'i Bars and 1 Loop $3.0(
No. 2. (Ladles', OxG) 6 each Skirt. '
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar andi
No. 3, (Gentlemen's GiG) G each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar and Loop' $2.50
received a large assort
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