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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vieo President
C. D. Lufkin , Cashier
Directors R. A. Wudsworth,
D. 0. Lindsay.
Transacts a general banking bus
iness. Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, France, Garmany.
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
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POSITS. Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UN DIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
0. H. Cooke - Cashiei
h C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousc, E. D. Tenncy,
J. A McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton,
IS. V. Bishop.
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Songs of Hawaii
In Boole Form 1
A rare and bpauiifu collection
of old and ncv Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas.. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
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Chat toy Bellina left for Honolulu
by Monday night's Hall.
W. L. Decoto of Lahalna was n
visitor at Wailuku yesterday.
Governor Dolii has accented an InV
vitation to visit Wailuku next week.
Mrs. S. D. Heapyof Honolulu, for
merly of Wailuku, is visininjr on Maul.
Manager Gibbs of Olotralu Plan
tation was in Wailuku on Wednes
Hon H. P. Baldwin was a pas-
sentier by Wednesday's Novadan to
David Kapohakimohewa, teacher
at Keokea was a visitor in Wailuku
Dr. Armitago and C. D. Lufkin of
Wniluku attended the ball at Lahai
na, July 4.
Fred Petermau has been "succeed
ed as manager of the Keanao Store
by a new man.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin visited Hon-
tilulu by Sunday's Claudino, returning
Manager Meyers of Huelo took a
flyer to Honolulu Saturday,rethrning
by Wednesday's Claudino.
Judge John W. Jvalua returned
from Honolulu by Wednesday's Clau
dine, suffering from dengue.
Mr. J. J. Walker the Honolulu
agent of a prominent San Francisco
house is feeling of trade on Maui.
Mr. Harold Giles and son of Hon'
olulu arrived on Maui by Wodnes
day's Claudine lor a hoh'day outing.
Miss A. Z. Hadley of Lahaina is
tho giiost of the Sisters at tho Priory
in tho cathedral grounds, Honolulu.
L. M. Lovestead, representing
Gregg & Co. is looking after the. in
terests of his firm on Maui this week,
Senator Kaiue and Hon. S. Kalnma
came over on the ClauuinG excuision,
to tako in tho Maui races on the
Treasurer A. N. Kepoikai has
promised to try to make his arrange
ments to visit Maui on next weok's
Manager Kirkland of the Kahului
Store was a passcnge'r to, Honolulu
by Sunday's Claudino, returning on
Mrs. Rosalia R. Weir, a teacher in
the Honolulu schools is spending a
portion of her vacation as a guest at
the Maui Hotel.
Miss Cunningham, sister of Mrs,
W. F. McConkey of Paia, returned
from a several weeks' visit to Hon
olulu on Wednesday.
Mrs. W. O. Smith arrived on WciM
nesday to visit, her daughter and new
granddaughter, Mrs. H. A. Baldwin
and child, at Hamakuapoko
Dep. Attorney-General W. T.
Rawlins was a passenger on Tucs
day's Kmau from Honolulu, to attend
Circuit Court at Honokoa, Hawaii
Billy Lucas and John Oudekirk
both promised the News man that
they would .attend the Maui races on
Aug. 12. and bring their fliers along.
Rev. W. Ault, Dr. Weddick and C.
B. "Wells, who havo bean suffering
from dengue are all convalescent and
well on the road to complete recovery.
Dr. W. J. Rogers, the Honolulu
occullst and aurist.arrived by Wed
nesday's boat, to devote some timo
to professional engagements on
"Dr. Rowat tho eminent -veterinary
surgeon of Honolulu has been kept
quite busy all week professionally He
will probably remain another week
wth headquarters at the Maui Hotel.
H, B. Weller, station agent at tho
Wailuku depot left on Wednesday's
Novadan for n six weok's vacation
trip to the coast. It is hinted that
he will bring back some choice horse:
01 his return.'
Mr; P. H. Hnyselden and hisson
Frederick, have been attending to
some business matters'on the ifsland
ot Lanai. Tlioy still have considirablo
property on that island, whicK they
would sell at a reasonable figure.
. The following is the list of ofncdfs
elect of Gulstan Council No J 576, Y.
M. I., for the ensuing yearj Dr. J.
Weddick, Pres.; Frank vicdeiros,
1st. Vice Pres.; H. Meyer,12nd Vice
Pres.; C. R. Shaw, R. & Q? Sec; A.
Enos Jr., Fin Sec; A. fj. Gomes,
Treas.jlv. Smith, Marshall; M. S
Olival, I. S.j J. Freitas, Q? S,; A. J.
uoungues, .u. u. urooir, U. If.
Schrader, Ex. Com,
The overhauling and repairing of
the steamer Mauna Loa has now been
almost completed. The steamer will
tart on her old run to Maul, Kona
and Kau port? next Friday. A large
sum of money has been expended on
the refitting of the Inter-Island flag
ship so that she now appears almost
a new boat. She has been furnishad
with new boiler tubes, bulkheads and
many other things and ha9 been
painted inside and out, black, white
and buff being the colors used. Be
sides this, many changes havo been
made iti the furnishing of the popular
steamship, which will add .materially
to the comfort of the,passengers'.
The steamer W. G. Hall, which has
been taking the Mauna Loa run white
that steamer was out of commission,
will now be laid up for a general
Portsmouth, England, July 7, A
royal welcome was tendered the
American fleet on its arrival at
The S. S. Nevadan will sail for San
Francisco on Saturday at noon
which is several days ahead of her
schedule time. Sho will therefore
carry mail. The cause of the change
is tho Minnetonka which made such
a slow trip around the Horn that she
will not come to Honolulu, but will be
dispatched from San Francisco di
rect for Now York. Thorcforo tho
Nevadan will take a full cargo of
sugar from here, which will be trens
shipped to the Minnetonka at San
Francisco, and thence' sent around
the Horn to New York. This is the
first time that sugar has been tranh
ferred in this manner. Advertiser.
Washington, June 23.-Orders were
issued today that the Monocacy, now
at Taku, China, be sold. The ship
was built by A. W. Denmead & Sons
in 1863 and was condemned some
With tho arrival oi the steamer
Heleno from Hawaii ports, thor'e will
be some shifting of masters. Captain
Nicholson her master will leave the
employ of tho Wilder S. S. Company
to accept ths position of pilot of Ka
hului harbor. His berth m the Hel
ene will be taken by Captain Nelson
of tho steamer Hawaii. Captain D.
Bennett now of tho steamer J. A
Cummins will succeed Captain Nel
son in tho Hawaii. Star.
Vcescls In Port--Kahului
July 6, S. S.
July 8, S. S.
July 11, S. S,
July 5. S. S. Claudino, Parker,
July 8, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
July 8, S. S. Novadan, Weodon, for
Honolulu, y,000 tons of sugar.
July 10, Am. Sch. Allen A., Zen
ther, for Eureka.
July 11, S.S. Claudino, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
1 Siorra ,..S. F,
1 MIowera. Colonies
1 Gaelic .S. F.
4'Moana. . . , . ..Victoria, B -C.
1 Nevadan S. P.
7 Doric Ypki)Iiama
10 Alameda. . . . .f, S. F.
14 Nippon Mara?. .Yokohnma
14 HongijongMaru S. F.
jJhiiia.. S. F.
21 Ventura Colonies
22 Sonoma S. F.
22 Ncbraskau S. F.
24 Sibera Yokohama
2fl Aorangi Colonies
30 Donu S. F.
31 Alameda.! S. F.
July ' 1 Sierra. Colonies
" 1 Miowera Victoria', B. C.
" 4 Gaelic. , Yokohama
4 Moaua ,, .Colonies
, ". 7 Doric S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 14 Nevadan S. F.
" 14 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" 15 Alameda S. F.
' 21 China Yokohama
" 2l-Voutvra '. S. F.
" 22 Sonoma Colonies
" 24 Siberia .,.S. F.
" 20 Aorangi 7totoria, B, C.
" 30 Doric .....Yokohama
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We have just received' a Jarc assort
ment ,o? !the famous HERRING HALL
MARVINiSAFE.iCO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware..Department.
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The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BFGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
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THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildinos, New Rias, New Teams, New Maoaoement.
fne BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to ruir
the Leading Lively Stable Business on Maui.
L!VERY5 BOARD and SALES STABLOS
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at tin uuurt). n. now pystem ox Press tsuttons.
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91 Kin a Ss. and 314 FonT Sig
Goodform Closet Setsj
No, 1. -(Gentlemen's) G Goodform,
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', OxG) G each Skirt
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Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar and Loop $2.50
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