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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Conku President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
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Directors R. A. Wndsworth,
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Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
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the Republic of Hawaii.
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P. C. Jones Vice-President
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Directors Henry Waterhouso
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and bcautifu collection
of old and now Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Ordor
direct from tho publishers, tho
ffcrgstrotfi Jfeic Co,
Attorney John Richardson
lmina caino over on Wednesday
Mr. Strcekewukl, of Hackfcld tfcCo.
is taking orders from his Maui pa
trons this week.
Circuit Clerk Thompson of Hono
lulu came over to report tho pakapio
cases on trial this week.
W. C. Marsh arrived from Califor
nia on Wednesday, to succeed T. M.
Church in the Kahulul Store.
Mr. J. Walker, representing a
San Francisco House, is interview
ing tho Maui Merchants this woek.
Supt. Jack McVeigh of the leper
settlement was a visitor at Wailuku
this week, looking into our paiai
Thos. K. Pa of Peahi was a pas?
scnger to Honolulu by Saturday's
Claudiuc, returning on Wednesday of
Mrs. Pcnhallow of Honolulu nrrfv
ed on Wednesday to spend several
weeks with her son, Mr. H. B. Pen-
hallow, at Wailuku.
Mr. James Bcrgstrom of tho Berg'
strom Music Co., Honolulu, has spent
tho week on Maui, and leaves by this
Attorney Case accompanied b,
Mrs. Case came over on Wcdnerday's
Claudine. He is perfecting his ar
rangements to locate in Wailuku.
Head accountant Lloyd of the K.
R. R. Co. look a flyer to Honolulu
last Saturday afternoon, returning
on the Arizouan on Monday morning.
Hugh M. Coke of Waihee is the
local agent of the Phoenix Saving &
Loan Association, of which Robert
Slaughter of Honolulu is the general
agent for tho Islands,
Deputy Attorney-General Peters
of Honolulu came over this week to
represent tho Attorney-General's
department in tho prosecution of the
Kahului pakapio cases.
Wm. Albert Harbison of Pittsburg,
Penn., is taking in the scenic beau
ti,es of Maul this week, including a
trip to Haleakala on Thursday morn
ing. He pronounces Iao Valley to
be one of tho most beautiful views on
Charles Wilcox and Charles B
Divight arc the last two heard from
A party of Italian fishermen with
two boats have come down from San
Francisco, to enter the fishing in
dustry in Island waters.
It is now stated that it is reason
ablv certain that tho cnblo will be
completed between Manila and Hono
lulu by the first ot July.
Tho fact that tourists are pourin
into Los AnL'elrs at the rate of
5,000 a month should prove a keen
snur to the tourist committee in
Billy White of Lahaina asks what
"tangible inducements" Wailuku has
to offer for tho couny seat. None
whatever, Billy, you cannot "touch"
us on tho proposition.
Tho wisdom of Senator Morgan's
preference for tho Nicaragua route
will be demonstrated, when the Pa
nama Canal Treaty comes up before
tho Colombian legislature.
Gregg, of car unloader fame, has
porfected a method, by which cane
can be Jourtea much more cheaply
and rapidly than by hand, and the
dovicu is in use ul Ewa Plantation.
Won't Honolulu pluaso stop discov
ering now defaulters long enough to
glvo tho Superintendent of Public
Works time enough to come over
and look into some of the urgent
needs of Maui.
Presidout Roosevelt is probably
disinterested iu tho matter of his
second reappointment of Dr. Crum,
because of courso no white men of
equal fitnoss can be found in Charles
ton. Alas, poor Toddy.
Tho payment of a salary of $50
a month to county supervisors is all
nonsense. The men whom wo will
want to select as supervisors on
Maui will not care for tho salary,and
a per diem uuu iniieago is all that
should bo allowed.
. D, E. Salmon, Chief of tho Bureau
of Animal Inspectors at Washington
pronounces tho disease recently
fatal to cattle on the Island of Haw
aii to bo merely bilharziosis, caused
by tho bovine blood fluke, Schlsto
Glad it a noiworsei.
Two big steamers, tho Arizonau
and Nevatlun, called at Kahului this
week, the Arizonan arriving on Mon
day and leaving on Wednesday via
Hilo, where- she will loan more sugar
for New York and the Novadan ar
rived on Thursday. The Novudan
will leave for Honolulu tomorrow
night or Monday morning, with about
10,000 bags ot sugar. Thoro she will
take on board moro sugar, and about
$10,000 of Hawaiian coin. Captain
Follott commands tho Novadan, as
Captain WcedoMs.detaincd In Hon
olulu, in th salvago caso against
In the death of Captain H. H.
Berry of heart failure yesterday af
ternoon there passed away one of
the best known men in Honolulu, in
shipping circles. Captain Berry was
formerly In tho employ of the Wild-
er's Steamship Company, und for
four years was in tho Laysan Island
trado m the employ of H. Hackfeld
& Co. For the past three yours he
has been employed by the govern
mcnt, and was known us mi authority
of all nautical mattor. Advertiser.
Through th assistanco of A. H.
Geffanev. Japanese Interpreter for
tho Immigration Bureau, United
States Marshal Hendry yesterday
placed under arrest a Japanese nam
ed Umakichi Doy, ou a charge of
muguling. Doy came to Honolulu
from Japan in tho Korea. His trunk,
innocent looking on the outside, was
measured from tho inside and found
to contain a false bottom; and in this
space' silk thread was found on which
the duty would have amounted to
The Nevadan brought down a trim
new pilot boat on this trip, for Pilot
Bob English of Kahului. Sho is
Now., Bedford boat of the whaler
type, and a fine sailer in rough
weather. Sho is thirty feot m length,
by six feet wide, and rides the waves
like a duck.
The whaling bark Gayhead wil
take supplies aboard today. She was
off on a hunt for whales yesterday.
Quite a school of whales was seen off
Waialae yestorday afternoon. Bui
The S. S. Arizonan came into Ka
hului on Monday morning, and loft
Wednesday afternoon. Tho Nevadan
camo jn on Thursday, and leaves to
morrow or early "Mouday morning.
Nitrate coming from Cbilo to Hon
olulu or in fict to any American or
foreign port must pay to tho Chilean
goverpn:ient a royalty of about $12
The Gaelic is scheduled to leave
Honolulu for San Francisco today.
Vessels in Port -Kahului
S. S. Nevadan, Follott, from Hono
Mar. 23, S. S
Mar. 25, S. S.
Mar. 28, S. S.
Mar. 2G, S. S.
Mar. 25, S.S.Claudine, Parker, for
Mar. 25, S. S. Arizonnn, Lyons, for
Hilo, 29,000 bags sugar.
Mar 28, S.,S, Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time TabJe.
DATE NAME TROM
Mar. 3 Coptic .Yokohama
" 10 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 11 Moana Colonies
" 14 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 17 Ventura Colonies
" 18 Sonoma S. F.
' 18 Siberia S. F.
" 20 Korea Yokohama
" 21 Nevadan S. F.
" 20 Coptic S. F.
" 27 Alameda S. F.
" 28 Gaelic Yokohama
Mar. 3 Coptic S. P.
' 10 Nippon Maru. . .Yokahama
" 10 America Maru S, F.
" 11 Alameda S. F.
" 11 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 14 Nebraskau S. F.
" 14'Aorungi Colonies
" lV. Ventura S. F.
" 18 Sonoma Colonies
" 18 Siberia Yokohama
" 20 Korq S. F,
" 20 Coptic Yokohama
" 28 Gaelic?:'. ..S. P.
' . 31,Ne'varan,. ; . t S; F.
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The public are invited to inspect the.
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A. general order from tho East
man Kodak Co. to all local deal
ers requires that prices be ad
vanced to list price. This ordor
goes into effect very shortly and
without further notice. For a
short time oeforo tho advanco
we will sell them.At 20 per cent
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New BuaoiN-os, Nkw Rias,
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to jffl
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LSVERY, BOAR and SALES STABLEsjj
HACKS, Cavvpv Buggiep and Saddle Horse M
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No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 0 Goodform
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