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Tiij5iM!RST NATIONAL BANK
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V T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. I.ufkln Cashier
Directors It. A: Wudssworth,
D. G. Lindsay.
Ti-iiiiFti'-K (v geno-Hl bnnliing bus-
Draws Exchange on the United
States, Knclaml, Franco, Ojrinnny,
Cunndu, China, .lnpan'nnd Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly nnd at
ALLOCS INTEREST ON DE
Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby, their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
IRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
flic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke President
C. H. Cooko Cashici
F. C. Atherton Assistant, Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhouse
Tom May, F. "W. Macfarlane, E. D.
lenny, J. A, JMcbanclless.
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, -Fort St., Honolulu
Hollister Drug Co
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name en a Package
of Sirugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii., Lsnai and Oafru
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
i elcphone No.
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
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.Price. $1.50. nostnald. Ordnr
W. O. Aiken of Paia visited Wat-
Mrs. Jns. Lloyd nnd child came
over by Wednesday's Claudinc
Little Walter, son of W. G; Scott.
is recovering from a very severe case
of malarial fevor.
W. O. Smith of Honolulu, who has
been in Washington, returned by
Col. W. H. Cornwall enmo over on
Wednesday's Lehua, returning to
Honolulu last night.
Mr. George Hnyselden came over
this week with a lino of David Law
rence & Co 's cigars.
Manager Gjerdrum of Hana Plan
tation was a passenger tor Hana by
Mrs. A. II. Landgraf nnd two
children wore visitors to Honolulu by
last Saturdayja Clnudine.
Treasurer A. N. Kepoikal and wife
came over Wednesday, and ho leaves
for Honolulu again today.
Attorney D. L. Cass visited Maui
this week on professional business
nnd went home last night.
Dr. Slogget former president of
tho Board of Health, left for China
bv Wednesday's Claudinc.
M. M. O'Shaughnessy, chief sur
veyor ot the new ditch camo to La-
haina by Tuesday's Kinau.
Ex-Land Commissioner J.F.Hrown
camo, over on Wednesday, and is
registered at tho Maui Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. von Tempsky of Ma
kawao visited Wailuku last Saturday
afternoon returning home the next
Judge Kahauleho of Lahama went
to Honolulu to attend Prince Al
bert's fuucral last Sunday, returning
on Tuesday's Kinau.
Mr. D. Macrca came over to Kah
ului by Wednesday's 'Claudine, to
succeed C. 13. Cottrell as chief 'engl
neer of the K. R. R. Co.
Mr. C. E. Haynes, head carpenter
at Haiku Plantation was a visitor at
Honolulu by last Saturday's Claudinc,
ctuming on Wednesday of this week.
Ed. Boukofsky, formerly of Love-
ov & Co. at wailuku, will assist
Husted in getting out his new direc
tory, and will probably bo assigned
C. C. Krumbhaar, of Louisiana, an
experienced chemist, came over by
Wednesday's Clauditie, to jiccept tho
position of chemist for Huiku and
Mr. W. Ringer, a Hawaiian mer
chant, formerly of Honolulu came to
Wailuku this week to open o. grocery
store on the Wuiheo sido of town, on
the i-oad below the bridge.
Major Harris and wife, of the Sal
viitior. Army, accompanied by an es
cort of charming salvation lassies
camo over on Wednesday's Claudine
and will spend another wee): on Mam
Jared Smith came over by the
Claudinc this week to superintend tho
planting of several hardy varieties
of potatoes in the Kula and T.Iakawno
district, and returns to Honolulu to
Ewa Plantation on Oahu has pro
tluced a stalk of sugar cane twenty
seven feet in length.
An appropriation should be made
to send Mr. Louisson to Washington
a the interests of our coffee iudustry,
If the Honolulu racing contingent
conclude to come to Maui on the
Fourth of July, they will find fat bags
of gold to trot and gallop for.
Bcforo cablegrams from 'the coast
and tho orient ceaso to bo novelties
iu Honolulu, vessels will bo arriving
from Europe via tho Panama Canal
A Honolulu ministor has ust dis
covered that St. Patrick was a hard
shell baptist. So? We alway though
ho was'a Cumberland Presbyterian
. Representative Haia of Hana has
got right ciown to good and useful
work for his constituents, now that
tho matter of the territorial flag is
There is bound to be more or less
"logrolling" over the emergency and
other appropriation bills, but draw
it easy boys, for wo will have to pay
in end for your fun.
Tile funeral of X'rinco Kuniakea
at Honolulu last Sundav was an im
posing au impressive pogeantt the
like of which could have been witness
edjibwhereelsein the United States
Captnin J. T. Smith of the Sibcrln
was arrested yesterday by United
Stntes Marshal Hendry upon tho ar-
ival of the big liner in port.
Captain Smith in charged with
anding thrro rejected immigrants
from the City of Peking contrary to
aw sometime in April. 1001. At that
imc Collector Stackable retused
clearance papers to tho veesel, and
$900 was deposited as security to pay
he fine lor landing the Japs, and the
tenmer was permitted to" depart.
ftcrwards the steamship companies
made an effort to secure the remis
sion of tho penalty, and the money
has b?en ordered returned upon the
ecommendntion of Mr. BrecKons
that the fino could not bo imposed
except by a court.
Caotaln Smith, entered a plea of
not guilty before Judge Estee, nnd
was released upon $1,000 bonds, sign
ed by J. F. Humburgand H. Schultze.
He also waived trial by jury and the
hearing will be had hpforc Judge
Estee on May 9. Advertiser.'
Nantucket, Mass., March 1G, The
freight steamer Park Gate, loaded
with Cuban sugar for Boston, is
ashore on the Nantucket shoals.
San Francisco, March G. For the
first time since being placed int com
miscion the large oil-carrying barken
tine Fulle.rton is to go to Ventura to
load her usual cargo of 15,000 barrels
for Hawaiian ports. Tho Fulle.rton
has heretofore taken in her full cargo
at Oleum, up the river, but on this
occasion will bo towed to the southern
coast by the tug Rescue to load, sail
ing thence to Honolulu. Tho filling
of her big tanks will .be done by
means of an eight-inch pipe GOO feet
Glasgow, Scotland, March 17. Sjr
Thomas Lipton's challenger Sham
rock III was launched today. Only
a small party of intimate friends wit
nessed tho launching with Lipton, the
usual care being taken to get the
yacht into the wator to prevent the
public obtaining a knowledge of her
lines. Tho launching was very sue
cessful and riggers will proceed im
mediately to get the boat in shape
for sails and trial trips with the
Shamrock 1, which will boused this
year to tuno up the challenger.
The bark cntinc Fullerton cleared
for Honolulu from San Francisco on
March 8 with 210,000 gallons of crude
oil valued at $9,000. She also carried
7,500 pounds of asphaltutr.
The S. S. Arizonan is expected in
Ivnhului on Monday, and the Novadan
during tho latter part of the week
Veescls in Port "Knhulul
Am Sp. Fort. George, Gove, from
Mar. 15,' Am, Sp. Fort George
Gove, from Honolulu.
Mar. 18. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 21, S. S. Claudine, Parker
Mar. 18, S.S.Claudine, Parker, for
Mar 21, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Mar. 21, Am. Sp. Fort George, for
S. F., sugar. '
Oceanic Time Table
Nebraskan S. F.
Alameda S. F.
Nippon MarU S. I
America Maru. . . Yokohama
Aorangi Victoria, B. 0,
Sonoma ' S. I
Siberia S. F,
Nevadan S. F,
Coptic S. F,
Alameda S. F,
Mar. 3 Coptic....,...., S. P,
" 10 Nippou Maru. . .Yokahama
" 10 America Maru S. F,
11 Alameda . S. P,
11 Moana Victorla.'B
I4Nebraskun S. F
14 Aorangi. Colonies
17 Ventura S
18 Sonoma Colonies
18 Siberia Yokohama
20 Korea S
2G Coptic Yokoham
28 Gaelic S,
31 Nfevadan S. F,
We have Just received n large assort
ment of Itlie 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.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY. ALL.SIZES IN STOCK, $20 AND UP.
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES
M. IB. HENDRICK.
P, O. G27.
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Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS. BUGGIES. RUN-
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
by - .. .
G. Schumann, Ltd.
We Can Furnish You Anything From a Du.np Cart to a Fino Catriage
at a PRICE Lower Than Ypu Can
agents .for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
1 KODAK PRICES
A general order from the East
iiiuu Kodak Co. to all local deal
ers requires that prices be ad
vanced to list price. This order
goes into effect very shortly and
without further notice. For a
short time oeforo tho advanco
wo will sell them at 20 per cent
Mo'nblulu Photo Supply Co.
ttEW STORE ON FORT STREET , HONOLULU.
THE BBHAKf STABLES OF WAILUKU '
Nkw Buildings, New Rias, New Teais, New JUagaciejient.
The BISMARK 8TABLE3J6. propose to run
the Leading Livery StableiBjisiness on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD anSiSALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System ax Press Buttons.
1''. - , , . 4Jgxt
New and first classnigsfancl teams, and RomnntoTit, nvivnr
Whitman Zr Co.
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 KlNO Ss. AND 314 Foiit STj
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 CoatHangors
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', GxG) G each Skirt
vnd Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
Loop - $1.7
No. 3, (Gentlemen's GjG) G each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar and -Loop ' ' $2.50
Davies & COc Ltd.
17G - 180 KING St., HONOLULU
MERCHANT St., HONOLULU
TO BE ADVANCED I