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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke. President
Wi T. Robinson, i . . . Vice President
C. D. Ii0fkin Cashier
Directors It. A. Wadsworth,
D. 0. Llndsav.
Transacts a general banking bus
Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, France, Garmnny,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOWS 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.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCEl
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
SURPLUS. . .( 5200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko .President
P. C, Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousc, E. D. Tenney.
J. A McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton
E. V. Bishop.
Tiausact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
HONOLULU, II. T.
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of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Telegrams to all Points oi
Hawaii, Lsnai and Oohu
can ncv be forvarc!cd by
Wireless Telegraph .
Twenty cents per wcrd
$2.00 per , message
Central Station for Maui at
i clcphcne Po.
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and heautifu cullecUi n
of eld r.nd new Uayuiian Songs
nd Hulas. Somo r.ever before
puliH&hcd. Charmingly illustra
tedywith typical Hawaiian semes.
If rice, 01.50, postpaid. Order
direcl from 1 ho publishers, the
EergstiMf Music Co
Judge Luther Wilcox died at Hono
lulu, last Sunday.
Brother Frank who has been vlslt-
ui Honolulu returned on Wednesday.
Mrs. S. D. Heapy is in Wailuku
this week, as the quest of Mrs. C. U.
Speaker Fred Beckley and wife
Jwcro passengers by Tuesday's Kinau
Attorney Alfred Haysolden of Lu-
haina was a visitor to Wailuku on
Dr. J. H. Raymond and L. von
Tempsky were visitors, at 'Wailuku
Treasurer A. N. Kepolkai is as
peeled ovor today, with the Govei
nor ami party.
Hon. V jf . Haia was a passenger
from Honolulu to Hana by.Wednes
Captain Hugh Rodman of the .Iro
quois will visit Wailuku today in tho
Senator H. P. Baldwin andRepre
sentativo b. Kelimoi came over on
Govornor Dolo and party arrived
at Ivihoi this morning to ripend the
day and night at Wailuku.
Father Libert, now Bishop of the
Catholic Missions on Hawaii left for
Sail Francisco by Wednesday Ala
J. T. McCrosson was a visitor to
Keanae and Wailuku this week,
leaving on Tuesday's Kinau for Ha
Dr. W. H. Rogers, who has been
paying a profesional visit, to Maui,
leaves for Honolulu by this aftr
Mrs. McDonald of Honolulu aud E,
M. Webster and wife of Kahului
wero registered at the Maui Hotel
R. G. Henderson, representing
Buckingham & Hecht, a leading Fris
co shoe house, is stocking up tho
Maui trade this week.
Attorney N. W. Alulu of Wailuku
who spent tlio legislative term in
Honolulu as clerk in the Senate, re
turned homo on Wednesday morning
Ir. and Mrs. E. Moller, of Hana
who havo been suffering from dengue
are visiting in Wailuku as tho guests
at the Maui Hotel, for change of cli
Married- At tho Catholic Mission
at Wailuku, Maui on Wednesday ev
ening July 15, Mr. E. S. Capellas of
Hawaii and Miss Eliza dos Reis of
Rev. W. H.' Rice gave a very en
tertaining and largely attended ste
rooplicau exhibition at tho Chinese
Church on South Market Streot, on
Capt. Nicholson,' the new Kahulu
pilot arrived on Wednesday morning
at six, and half an hour afterwards
went, out and snugly piloted the oil
steamer Argylo into port.
Among the party who will accom
pany Govornor Dole to Wailuku av
Land Commissioner E". S. Boyd, E
hon Low, A. G. Hawe.s, and possibly
Secretary Geo. R. Carter.
Rfiv. Canon Wevmnuth of Lahaina
came ovor to Wni'.uku last Saturday,
and conducted services at tho Enis
copal church on Sunday, returning
to Lahaina tho day following.
TVrri Hons has proved 7hirasef
most deliirhtful and popular" chapa
rone tor tourists, and Snporinteudpnt
Filler h liable to lose his valuabl
snrviops altogether when tho tide of
tourist, travel sots in.
Tj. Iv. Tilton of Hnmakuapoko who
Mnilprwpjif n very successful opera
tlon lnt -pplr nt. tho hands of Dr
Tinspv?,' tho oculist, foe oararnct. of
Mir ovoq is progrrssing quite' favora
hlv. nnd lint; perfectly recovered hi
.nini intr ndppt R W. Filler
TfuHilni r:iilrnad Co. Wprvps
"niiks of the oitlzons of Wailuku for
hU irnny courtesies and onppgelle
ot!Mta'p? in tho mnttop of the. re
ooption and entertainment of Gover
nor Dolo and party,
Aipxp"sinn party including Mr
nnd Mpi Rising anil daughter of Ber
kolo.v. Mis? Morris, Miss Thefan and
others camp down on the oil sp'amar
Arxrvle, tastpd tho sweets of Wailu
leu life nnd scenes for brief da3r, and
tnen reluctantly embarked for a re
tun to the coast on the Argyle,
The Iroquois is due to sail at saven
o'clock this morning for Lnnni,
Maul and Mnhukonn. On botird will
be Governor Dole, Ebrn Low, Land
Commissioner Boyd, Prlvato Secre
tary A. G.Hawes,and possibly Secre
tary Carter. Captain Rodman will
be in command. Tho Iroquois will
go to Lnnal and remain a t Maunn-
lei during Thursday and Friday.
Tho party will then go to Kihei and
will also visit Puuuene. Aluau is
to be given the Governor at Wailuku
on Saturday. On Sunday or Monday
the party will go to Mahukona whero
Governor Dole and the rest will loave
the Iroquois which will immediately
return to Honolulu, as Captain Rod-;
mun is anxious to be here by Wetihes
day in case Admiral Te,rry, the new
commandant of tho Naval Station,
should arrive by the Sonoma. .Gov
ernor Dole will return from Hawaii
later on one of the Inland steamers.-
A new system of official numbers
for American vessels went into effect
on July 1, nhou the Bureau of Navi
gation ioined the Danartmeut of
Commorco and Labor. The new ser
ies of numbers begins at 200,000 and
hereafter new vossels will be number
ed seriatim in the order ot applica
tion for official number, regardless of
the initial letter of tho vessel's name,
and of ricr or motive power. Thus
the official number i will indicate ap
proximately the date of build of each
new vessel hereafter, permanently
marked on its main beam.
Bogota, July 13. The refusal of
the Government to assumo responsl
bility for the canal treaty mitigates
the chances of ratification. The ma
jority of the senators oppose the
The French bark Du Couedic, Cap
tain Pignoral, which sailed from San
Francisco for Sydney, on December
24, has been posted as missing by
Lloyd. She was a new vessel having
been built in 1001 at Nantes. She
carried a cargo of wheat aud flour,
Portsmouth, England, July 14-
The American squadron is making
preparations for departure. It is
reported today the battleship Kear
sarge has been put in condition for a
record run across tho Atlantic.
Vc6sels in Port--Kahulul
July 15 Oil Sir. Argyle, Gilboy,
da) s from S. F.; oil aud six passen
July 15, S. S. Ciaudine, Parker
July 18, S. S. Ciaudine. Parker
July 8. S. S. Ciaudine, Parker
July 17, Oil Str. Argylo, Gilboy,
for S. F.
July 18, S. S. Ciaudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table
DATE NAME FKOM
July ISiorra S. F.
" 1 Miowera Colonics
" 4 Gaelic , S. F.
" 4 Moana Victoria, B C.
" .4Nevadan , ,...S. F.
f 7 Doric Yokohama
' 10 Alameda ...,S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru, . . .Yokohama
' 14 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 21 China S. F.
" 21 Ventura., Colonies
" 22 Sonoma S. F.
" 22 Nebraskan..' S. F.
" 24 Slbera Yokohama
" 20 Aorangi Colonies
" 30 Doric ...S. F.
" 31 Alameda S. F.
1 Sierra. Colonies
1 Miowera Victoria, B. C.
4 Gaelic , Yokohama
4 Mraua Colonies
7 Doric S. F.
1-1 Nippon Maru R. F.
1-1 Nevadan S. F.
14 Hongkong Maru . Yokohama
15 Alameda S. F.
21 China Yokohama
21 VonUra... S. F.
22 Sonoma Colonies
21 Siberia-, S. F.
20 Aorangi! . . '. .Victoria, B. C,
80 Doric Yokohama
Burglar and Fire
We have just -received a'. large assort
ment oi the .famous HERRING HALL
MARVINiSAFEiiCO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public?. are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our HardwarejDepartment.
Theo. H.;Davies& Co., Ltd.
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Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially, invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Carriage Repository m tho Islands. ,
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
This new device has reduced the whole question ' S
of development to one of a simple handling
The time and developer being fixed the amateur
can, in development, bring out all the exposure
is capable of yielding. 5
Handsome descriptive booklet free for the asking. S:
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. if,
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Bismark Stable Company, Ltd!,-
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU-'
New Buildinos, New Rias, New Teams, New Maoaqement. '
Tae BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to riiri'
the Leading Lively Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS,, parTiaes, Bics and Saddle Horses'
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
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91 KingSs. and" 314 FoutSt&B
Goodform Closet Sets B
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 6 Goodform
Trousors Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars aud 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladles', GxG) G each Skirt
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No. 3. (Gentlemen's Gi6) G each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar and Loop $2.50.