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SIVB US A CALL
e i IRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin Cashier
Dlrectnrs R. A. Wudsworth,
Transacts n general bunking bus
Draws pxchnnge on the United
States, England, France, Garmnny.
Canada, China, Japan and HotioluLi.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOCS INTEREST ON Di2-
Loan's hiouey on approved personal
securities." ' '' 1 '
Special arrangotnhnts with out of
town depositors wherobv IhVir chee
will bo paid in Honolulu at jiar.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
The Hal of
Incorporated Under the Laws ol
tho Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashici
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhouso
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlano, E. D.
Tenny, J. A McCandlcss.
Ordinary and Term Doposits ro
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordanco with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort t,, Honolulu
This name on a Package
o Trugs or Medicine s a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article..
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Telegrams tp ajl Points of
Slawaii, Lajiai and Oalm
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.(10 per message
Central Station for Maui at
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brigs ol Hawaii
In f eefc Fofm
A i-m and beaulifu dbiieetioa
ef eld and new Hawaiian' songs
ttfid JftilttSf gbttlB Hever bafor'e
published, Gharihingjy iiiustfa
ted witli typical Hawaiian segues.
piee, klM, postpaid. Order"
direet fi-eni the polisher's, the
liergsiroiii Music Co.
Voi tie, Umtm
Attoihoy Rlohutdson of Lahainn
ius spent tho week in WalluU'u'.1
M. S. Grlubaum was a pa'bsengei
to Hana by Wednesday's Claiicfino.
'lux Assessor. W. T. Robinson ri
ui tifd fronrHonululu on Weouusdnj.
Mrs. W. Walsh . 1't.iwt tir rt-
i ii nvd from Honolulu by Wednesritiy
A Omsted of EI ana was a visitor ii
ailuku last Saturday, en route t'
Col. and Mr. W. II. Coruwell wer
i mvuIs from Honolulu by Wedne.-
iy s Cluudinu.
Mr. Smith,' hnd nccountunt al U.
a Eiio.n store, is spending u slim
oliany at Hunu.
,ilrs. Jami;s, Scott of Kihei tv
(urtii'd from a visit to Honolulu b
luesdav's Klriuu. ,
blierift Baldwin ha3 been takiuc
ii K's vWatjon at lluiuh, m.u is ex-
period homo today.
Judge Luther Wilcox of Houolui
ft hy Vetlnesday's Alameda for
iiorl trip to the Coast.
Robert Slaughter, of the Phoenix
living lias gone to tho Coast fur a
vo or three months trip,
Jack Sullivan, of the tfahn-Nickle.-
mrt.' Shoe Co. of Sail Frutieisuo, left
io r Hawaii by Wednesday's boat.
Judge Kahaulelio and wife, of Lu
iiinu, who nave b?en veiling in Ho
,ululu, returned on Tuesday's Kinau,
News vnii received by wireless on
ihursduy announcing the death of S
.'. Allen of Honolulu on Wednesday
L. K. Til ton and wife, of Hama
Kiuipoko, who have been visiting in
ilonolulu returned on Wednesday's
Cushier C. D. Lutein of the Wni
1ju Hank and Attorney D. H. Case
t k a flying trip to Lahaina on
Immigration Commissioner Frank
P. Sargent came down from the coast
in 'ast week's Peking in tho inter
ests of the Immigration Bureau.
Percy L. Pond and Wm. Munsell,
t vo insurance men, came over on
Wednesday's ClaUdino to Lahaina,
a id thence to Wailuku on Thursday.'
Garret R. Gray, travelling man
for tho Monumental & Iron Fence
Co., Honolulu, arrived from Hana on
Siturday, and spent the woeK on
Joe Michaels of Neustadter Bros,
a d of Stein, Simon & Co., San Fran
cisco, arrived by Thursday's Hall
from Hawaii, and leave on tho Clau
diuc this afternoon.
The News is indebted to Reprc
sontalivo Keliinoifor a wireless mes
sage received on Thursday, announc
ing that the Attorney General has
h -Id the county net valid.
Father Victor, of North Kona,
Hawaii who has been stationed there
for the lust tweuty-rivo years, is pay
ing his first visit to Wailuku, and
wi:l leave for home next Tuesday
Dr. George S. Aiken is planning'to
como to Wailuku next week. If he
(loos, n-k him about that new ship
ment of anlique-coppor finished
I amps which ho has just received
Mr. Charles Herrick, ' formerly of
the Chas. Herrick Carriage Co.. but
now with the G. Schumann Ltd., I
on Maui this week, .stocking up the
stable men with new rigs and har
George Rhoads, the bright younj
typo ot tliu iNEWS lias been lam up
with the dengue this week, and we
aro indebted to Piincipal Kauhimahu
of the Kahului School for a helping
nana in our p)ii)cu. t
The weleomQ mm ms Feoeivediii
Wailuku tiiis freeh ihat Falhei' Lu
ber't has received tho apiieiiitmt'iit
as bishop of the catholic" Mission dh
ttiti IsiUhdsi No appoihtmeut could
have btitih mofo iienei'ally popumi1
W) iJinid fietivis of Luhainuiuim.
rtlid has t-'esii'tiUd iils position td tilkd
a post graduate uoui'Bti at Jiorlioley
uiilvet'sityi has pi'opai-i'd u pi'lnted
list of ills tiomi'liuid Pffdts, ako a
uhgjjy ami tplltti, which' to delfs to
sell, Wrlto of telepjlnne him or a
Mi's, F, li, HayReltn is datiaef
(iiisiy ill in Honolulu, and Mi', L, M,
Vi'tleseii and amily atttrapted to
loava Lahaina fdi! Honolulu on Thurg
Jay ninhl, but the bui1 was running
sd high liiut tho boat boyii would not
I'lilladelphla,-P.tM March 4.-Af trr
t thrilling adventure on a coral reef
n the Indian Ocean, in which the
vessel had stratigely disappeared.
nily to steam likfe''a phantom vesswl
ml week later into the harbor of
Jolntnim.the British steamship Nltlv-
lalc. in command of Captain Hadtlon.
-nne into the Delaware Capes yes
erday from ihe Dutch West Indies,
.vitlin carinof sugar, consigned to
the Spree.kels sugar refinory.
Although a now ship, having been
milt but a little more thad a yea'
. . 4 . . Lit
nsro, the iNithsuaic noias tno worm
. curd for slow voyages by 'steam
lie vessel having been ust 23G .day.1-
in making tho voyage of 11,000 mih-t-
io this port. " '
San Francisco, April 22. Was tin
iverdne French bark Coueuic in co.
ision with the American ship Floi-
nce and did both vessels sink in mid
leean? That is the question whlcl
i just now puzzling tho underwriter.'-,
iloth ships ar'e' misslng, the Florenci
fiiig given lip for lost, while 85 pei
cent is being paid to reinytrte tin-
chances of tho Du Couedic, which ih
ilso given up as lost.
Tho Florence being now out 141
lays from the Sound and tie Di
Couodic 110 days from San Francisco
lends an air of probability to tin
supposition that tho two vessel-A-ero
In collision.' 1
Tho Mauna Loa has not gone oi
the Marine railway, but she is lyinj.
in that neigeborl.oou and thay hav
jlrcady begun to burn tho old pnh t
off her side? preparatory to the tlio
. ough overhauling she is to have,
When it is all linished the Inter
Island people say that thoy will sail
through the channels of these islam s
with a broom at her foropeak. Ad
The German squadron at presen
hi Chinese waters, aocordmgto new
rnceived on tho Sierra, consists o
tho following vessels: Tho lare
cruisers Furst Bismark, Ilansa, ai d
Herthn; tho smaller cruisers Bu
sard, Geicr, Seeadler and Thei
tho gunboats litis, Jaguar, Luchs
and Tigar; the torpedo-boats S90 and
Taku and the river gunboats Scham
icn and Vorwnrts.
Now Yorl:, May 11. lnere is an
outbreak of scarlet fever on the n
ueivmg snip uoiumoia among one
thousand sailors. Th Columbia lies
at the Brooklyn navy yard.
Vessels in Port "Kahului
Am, Sp. Emily C, Whitney, Wirs
chulcit, from Honolulu.
S. S. Nobraskan, Green, from
May 13, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
May 13, Am. sp. Fullorton, Brig-
man, (in tow of Whittior,) 12 days
from S. F.j 15,000 bbls. oil.
Mry 16, S. S. Nebraskan, Green,
May 10, S. S. Claudinc, P.arkcr,
May 13, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
May 15.' Am. sn. Fullerton, Brig-
uian, for Lahaina, to awaii. Whittier
May 1(5, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
. PATE NAME v FHOJl
May I Nippon Maru . . . .Yokohama
" G Aorangi Colonies
" 7 City of Peking S. F.
" 8 Alameda S. F.
" I) Siberia Yokohama
" JJUJiowprn.., .Victoria, B. C.
Nebraskan ..... ,,.,..,..6. F.
IS Darle.ni.i -8, F,
i(J (Japtio. .Yflkolittma
11) Ventiit-ft .eeianiPs-
20 8anonifl,,..,,,,,,,,,,,S, F,
2,1 Nippon Mafu,,,,,,,,, ,8, F,
2b AfflOf ioa Mar u , , Yokohama
2U Alanii'da,,,,,, B, IV
3(J Ncvaduu,,, ,,,,,, B, F,
i Nippon Mai:u V,
o Novadan, y,F,
(1 Aocangi-, , , , Viotorln, 13, 0.
1 City o faking, ...Yohohnmn
Psiboi'ia,-, .,,,,,,,,,,,,.8, F,
0 Mluwoia, , ...Colonics
1!1 Alameda ...,S, F,
1& Carlo. ., Yokohama
lt) Coptic. . , i , . , , , 1 1 , i , , . S, F,
It) Ventura,., S. F,
20 Sonoma,,,,. ,,. Colonies
'JIJ Nippon Mam . , . .Yokohama
Burglar and Fire
We have just
inont !lof !the famous HERRI --HALL-
MARVINSAFECO,.& safes. These safes rM
exhibit at our
Theo. U. Otivies & Co., Ltd.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY. ALL
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITIS FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES'
H. JB; HENDRICK,
i74-17G-180 KIN'G St., HONO. A'LU
Pi O. 62.Z.
Tho ATTENTION-of the, The Maui
Irado is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BCTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers, carried
G. Schumann, Lt
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having b.' far thd
lincst Carriage Eepositoi'y in tho Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
uwiiii i i(t iii iii in lit ill til it in in in
We are overstocked with Premos and
and will sell the entire line at a 23 per
cent discount for a few days.
No need to boom tho Premo its repu
tation is long ago established.
Premos, regular $15, now S11.2;"j
' 10, ' 7.5Q
" ' 22, 14.60
' " 3."), " 20.25
, Other prices in
now about half the
Honolulu Photo -Supply Co.
: NEW STOlth: UN b UlvT
THE BISMARK STABLES OF
New DoitoiNOS, Ntw Hias,
The BISMARK STABLES Co.
the Leading Livery Stable Busines s on Maul,
LtVERY, BOARD and SALES, 6TABLB6
HACKS, Cnrt'lurioH, Buggies and SdUla Horfii
cik tin nuursi t now oyaivui ui rrv ig QUCEunw J
Whitman & C
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 KinciSs, and 314 Fort Srj
Goodform Closet Seti
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 6 Go&dfofm
Trousors Hangers, 12 Coa't Hangdrs,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $a.bu
No. 2. (Ladies', CxG) q cacb Skfrt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each liar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen's ) i
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1
Bar and Loop $2;50'
receivedi a large assort-
the very best made. UjJ
The public are invited to inspect theijy
SIZESgiN STOCK, $20v AND : " .
ill ill iii ill ill ill ill ill 111 III III I 1 1 j" IHrf 1
proportion. Plates are
prlco of lilms. r
bTKKhj J , HpNOLULU. - fj
New Timmb, N
propose to rm
maue (he attempt to 'ech the Httl
2d NehrniHHli,, ,,.,,,..... 7,
&t anchor outside.
26 America Marti
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