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fllVE. US A CAE
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
0. 1). liUfkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wudsworth,
D. 0. Lindsnv
Trnnsacts"a general banking bus
iness. Draws Exchange on the United1
States, England, France Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DE
POSITS. Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
The Ban! of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Kcnubllc of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II . Cooke Cashier
F. C. Athorton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhouso
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlauc, E. D.
Tcnny, J. A McCandless.
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
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Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents jpword
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Ccntral Station for Maui at
1 elephone Is'o.
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beautifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Ce
John H. Morrison of Boston is tour
J. Jorgensen of Keanae was a re
turning passenger by Wednesday's
W. H. Decoto of Lahaina will be
over next week, to serve as trial
W. G. Scott took Monday night's
Uall for Honolulu, returning last
Mr. S. A. D. Jones of the Gcrmania
Life has been talking business on
Maul this week.
"Aupuni" Hnyselden of Lahaina
was a visitor in "Wailuku for a few
da3 last weeki
Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, and her daugh
ter, Mrs. D. Murdock, came over on
L. Baicklmusen, W. Hcnnlng and
E. Kruso of Lahaina were visitors
at Wailuku on Thursday.
T. P. Du Boso left on this morn
ing's Kinau to accept a position with
E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu.
W. E. Shaw of Nahiku is on a visit
to Honolulu, but will return here next
week to do a stunt as trial juror.
Attorney General Lorin Andrews
is expected to represent the people
at the approaching term of Court.
Manager H. A. Baldwin of tho
Haiku Sugar Co., returned from
Honolulu by Wednesday's steamer.
Attorney Vivas, of Vivus & Bit
tingi Honolulu, will attend the June
term of Court in Wailuku next week.
Sheriff Baldwin, who has been un
der the weather for over a week, is
all right again, and is back at his desk.
Dep. Sheriff Edgar Morton and
David Morton of Kamaolo roturned
from Honolulu by Wednesday's Clau
dine. Judge John W, Kalua, Hon. Sam
Keliinoi and Attorney N. W. Aluli
came over.lrotn Hpnolulu on iast
Attorney W. F. -Crockett of PuuVj
neno will locate in Wailuku on the
first of tho month, to engage in the
practice of law:
Treasurer A. N. Kepoikal is ex
pected over next week, to finish up
a few c.ises on the Court calender, 'in
which he appears as attorney.
Dr. O. E. Wall has been kept quito
busy professionally this week, and
has booked work which will detain
him on Maui for several weeks yet.
Dr. J. H. Raymond of Ulupalakua
came over from Honolulu by Wednes
day's Claudine leaving again for
Honolulu by this morning's Kinau.
Mr. D. Murdock, former head ac
countant Erra Plantation, has accept
ed the position of Auditor for A. &
B., to succeed W. G. Taylor, resign
ed. D. L. Meyer has accepted the
management of Lovejoy & Co.'s
wholesale liquor 'house in Wailuku,
an 1 will tuko ch irg" on the first of
Mrs. C. B. Vrlls returned from
the coat on yesterday's Alameda
and came over on last night's Hall
accompanied by her two sous who
have been at school, at Belmont.
Mrs. L. von Tempsky and family
came do.vn Wednesday and spent the
week as quests at the Maui Hotel.
Mr. von Tempsky returned from
Honolulu and joined his family here,
June Term Jury.
,Th'e following are tho Grand and
Trial Jurors who have been subpoena
cdlto'jsih'vSat June lerm.
GiiandVURY, C. II. G. Braun, F.
Sommerfiefd.W. B. Htuiy, Jos.
Cockett, T.M?Gh'urch, W. R. Boote,
D. Kuikahi, iChas.1 Kanaoholo, D.
Morton, S. B." Harry,' Jno. V. Kerr,
E. M. Kapoo, Jns. KirKlund, W. F.
Pogue, V. E. UeckwithC. K, Far
den, J. K. Kahookelej J ''Nfia H.
Eldredge, A. J. RodrlguesESfpi
eox. Jno. Brovru Jr., Jno. kaluTia$M
m - t -r-r t ,... . W " ,1
G. Dick-ins, AVm. Anahu, MaxEckart?
C. B. Wells, G. B. Schrader, MS
Faustino, Jac'ob Taylor, John Hose,
W. L. Decoto, Geo. Weight, W. H.
King, W. E. Bal, W. G. Scott, A.
Dutro. D. Taylor, E. Krueger, C. B.
Cockett, Guy Goodness, Win. A.
Bailey, Geo. Copp, W. II. Cornwell,
Jr., J. K. Richardson, Ai B. Naone,
W. M. Ringer, J. Makahio, Chas.
Bailey M. Dutro, R. A. Wadsworth
L.'von Tempsky, P. Cockett, T. B.
Lyons, M. J. Keelen, W. E. Shawj J.
A. Neillj Geo. jMaxwell.
The gunboat Yorktown departed
at noon yesterday for San Francisco.
When the little warship pulled out of
the naval dock slip from under the
frowning guns of its big sistor, the
latter saluted with n dipping of her
ling, and tho Wisconsin's band, gath
ered on tho after deck, played several
enlivening selections. Tho Yorktown
saluted In return, there was an ex
change of hand-waving between Ad
miral Stirling, Captain Sebrec and
Captain Sttart, and tho warship
then steamed quickly out of the har
bor. Captain Stuart's son accom
panied him on tho gunboat, Mrs.
Stuart taking passage on the Amer
ica Maru. Advertiser.
It almost took tho breath away
from old waterironters yesterday
when they saw the bark Annie John
son come into the harbor in tow of
tho tug Fearless, especially when
they heard that she had beaten all
records of sailing vessels for the trip
from Saq Fraucisco to Honolulu. The
Annie Johnson made tho trip of 2,100
miles almost as steamers come, in
eight days and sixteen hours. Ad ver
tiser. New York, N. Y., May2C In the
trial races held today tho defender
Reliance defeated both tho Columbia
and tho Constitution. Tho new dc
londer was handled in splendid shape
and easily showed herself to be a
superior boat. Thero seems little
question that tho Reliance will bo
selected to defend the cup.
Yokohama, May 14. The crew of
the Japancso steamer Tairenmaru,
which reached Nagasaki from North
China yesterday, state that thoy no
ticed tho movement of over ten Rus
sian warships off Dainy on the 8th
inst, and also a large quantity of
naval coal on tho coast of Dalny.
Suit has been instituted by Henry
E. Cooper as Superintendent- of Pub
lie Works against Cotton Brothers
for damages amounting to $25,000
for the loss of the government dredg
Washington, May 25. The repairs
of warships at Bremerton have been
discontinued owing to tho unsatisfac
tory moral conditions there. Hereaf
ter repairs wili be made at Mare Is
land. San Franclsc., May 24. The
American ship Paramita, which, left
Honolulu April 22, under jury rig,
arrived here today.
Tho Nevadan is duo in Kahului to
morrow morning, and the Oregonian
Vessels In Poi't--Knhulul .
May 27, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May ill). S. S:' Claudine, Parker,
May 27t S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Hnr.a. . .
May 30, Am. Sp. Emily C. Whit
ney, Wirsehuleit, for S. F,, sugar.
May SO, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NA.ME FROM
May 1 Nippon Maru . . . .Yokohama
" (J A'orangi Colonies
" 7 City of Peking S. F.
" 8 Alameda S. F.
" 0 Siberia Yokohama
" DMiowcra... .Victoria, B. C.
" 13 Nebraskan S. F,
" 15 Doric S. F.
" 10 Coptic Yokohama
" 1!) Ventura Colonies
" 20 Sonoma S. F.
" 211 Nippon Maru o. F.
" 25 America Mara. .. Yokohama
" 29 Alameda S. F.
" 30 Nevadan S. F.
'Mayyr Nippon Maru S. F.
lf jTUUMJVUUilU -3. 1'.,
.1' "" a - a-T i r-, T-i
6-qraiigi Victoria, B. C.
7fcGjpSrt Poking. ...Yokohama
" 'iBenak S. F.'
" nvffa , '., ..Colonies
" iaiSnp S. F.
" 15 Doi,lojSlt.'P e. ..Yokohnma
" 1G CoplicjT. .TT . S. F.
'.' 10 VeTftunw; S. F.
" 20 Sniiomnl V Colonies
" 23 Nippon Maru . . . .Yokohama
" 23 Neiirpskanefe S. F.
" 25 AmerlcftfMaru S. F
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trado is specially invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, ' BCTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-whcelers "carried
Go Schumann, Ltd.
,"'' iUMauuer iuunj uuuaing, ana navmg ov far tho
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
g 3!PEC2EAIL, SALE
Wo are overstocked with Prenios and
S 0 and will sell the entiru line at a 25 per
e- cent discount for a few days. w 355
jj 'No need to boom the Promo its repu- CS
. tation is long ugo eslablished. ' 3?
, Prcmos, regular $15, now $11.25
U 1. " .7.50 ,.' ''21
eZ " '' 22 " 14.50 ' -rtl
ll " " 35', " 2(!.25
SI , Other prices in proportion. Plates are
gf now about half the price of films.
g fioioSulu Photo Supply
NEW STORE ON FORT
BisfMsi Stable Company,
' I'M in nir'R a miB cvfu
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, New Magaqemekt,
The B18MARK STABLES Co, propose to
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui,
LBVEBY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
. HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses'
at all Hoars. A New System o? Press Buttons.
New and flrst class rigs
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the very host made.
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