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E US A CALL
I- Maui New
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
V. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin '.Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadswoitli,
Transacts a general bnnklng bus
Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, Franco, 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 Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
O. H. Cooke Cashioi
F. C. Athertou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Watcrhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandless, C. H. Alherton,
E. V. Bishop.
Tiansact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.60 per message
Central Station for Maui at
i elephone No.
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 tjpical Hawaiian scones.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from tho publishers, the
ergstrom Music Co.
Box 57G, Honolulu
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cornwell re
turned to Miui by Tuesday's boat.
Rev. ,G. L. Pearson of Honolulu
arrived on Maul by Wednesday's
Hon. Philip Pali aud family of La
haina returned from Honolulu on this
V. E. Shaw of Nahiku was a re
turning passenger from Honolulu by
Queen Liliuokalanl took a flylnir
trip to Hawaii and return on this
week's Mauna Loa.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. O. Smith camo
over on Wednesday and weni up
country on a visit.
J. M. Coulson of McChesney & Co.,
Honolulu, came over this week to
look after Maul trader
Sister Bonaventura ,,of Malulani
Hospital returned from Honolulu on
Tuesday's Mauna Loa.
Mrs. J. R. Meyers and Mrs. Cham
berlain came over from Honolulu on
Wednesday, for Huelo.
Mr. C. E. Haynes, wife and son of
Hainakuapoko were guests at the
Maui Hotel, last Sunday.
Hon. S. Keliinoi left for Honolulu
by Saturday's, Claudino to look after
his Molokai poi contract.
Manager C. B. Wells left for Hon
olulu bv last week's Kinau, return
ing on Wednesday's Claudine.
Mrs. VY. L. Decoto of Lahaina vis
ited Wailuku on Wednesday, return
ing home on Thursday morning.
Attorney N. W. Alulu leaves for
Honolulu Monday to accept apposition
in the Attorney General's office.
J. W. Waldron of Schaefer & Co
Honolulu came over on Wednesday,
and proceeded directly to Huelo.
Mrs. W. G. Ogg has so far l-ceov-
ercd that she was able to return to
Hawaii by Tuesday's Mauna'Loa.
L. M. Vellesen of Lahaina came
over on Wednesday evening to spend
several days on central Maui, doiug
Mr. E. Cutting, representing the
G. Schumann Co., Ltd., of Honolulu
arrived on eduesday, to loolc up
trade on Maui.
S. M. KauaWanui, the government
surveyor, who has been platting home
steads in Kula. has gone to Keanae,
to continuo tho same work.
Ernest Konke and Geo. H. Pecht
of Honolulu spent Saturday enjoying
the festivities in Wailuku, leaving on
the Claudino that afternoon.
Admiral Beckley of the Kinau is
laid up in Honolulu with the dengue,
and former Freight Clerk Birming
ham is officiating as purser on this
Superintendent of Public Works
Cooper and Treasurer A. N. Kepoi
kai will shortly visit Maui to look af
ter our needs in the matter of public
Mr.' and Mrs. E. Mollor of Hana
returned from Houolulu on Wednes
day's Claudine, and proceeded on
their return home by tho.samo boat,
after a few hours visit n Wailuku,
A party consisting of Frank Hal
stead, C. Conrndt, W. F. Dillingham
aud Robert Shingle of Honolulu were
landed at Kahoolawo.from Tuesday's
Maui, on a three days hunting and
fishing trip. There wore to return
on last nightfs Kinau or Lehua.
A very pretty wedding took place
at the Catholic Church, Wailuku, on
Wednesday evening, July 15th, 1903
where Miss Eliza dos Reis and Mr.
E. S. Capellas wero uuited in mar
rirge by Rev. F. Julian. Miss Mtnnio
dos Reis a sister of the bride was the
maid of honor and Mr, L. R. Crook
supported the groom.
After tho wedding a reception was
held at the rnsidenco of Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Harry, where the many friends
of the, happy couple congregated to
wish them .long life and happinoss.
Dancing was indulged in and later In
tho evening, the engagement of Miss.
Minnie dos Reis and Mr. J. Garcia
announced. The young people are
very popular and the announcement
of their engagement was a signal for
congiatulations, which wero ahow
ered on them.
Mr. and Mrs. Capellas will make
their future home at Hakalau, Ha
waii, where the groom is engaged as
n teacher in public school of. that'
Anlantic City, July 20. Th. chal
lenger defeated tho Shamrock I In
the trial races today.
Newport, July 20. Tho Constitu
tion defeated the Reliance today on
time allowance, by ninety-seven sec
onds over a course of thirty-seven
The steamer Maui, which sails for
Hawaii ports this afternoon, will
make a stop at the Island of Kahoo
lawe, where she will land Frank
Halstead, C. Conradt, W. F. Dilling
ham and Robert Shingle. This party
intends to have a good time hunting
and fishing on the rook ihlard. Thty
will return by either the Lehua or
the Kinau. It is very, seldom tnat a
steamer touchos Kahoolawe. Bulle
Gcorgo B. Greig, "King" of Fan-
mug Island, nnd his brother James,
arrived in the Vontura today and
will remain in town until the arrival
of the-Miowera. They aro on their
way to Fiji on business. In order to
get to that place, it was necessaay
to come all the way to Honolulu.
The S. S. Clavering, Barton, from
Hdngknng ran on reef while entering
Honolulu. harbor lastj Sunday night.
After nearly twelve hours persistent
pulling by the tug Councilman,
Fear'ess and Iroquois, the Clavering
slid off into deep water Monday af
ternoon, and camo on into harbor
under hor own steam.
Tho following cablegrams are of in
torest to local shipping:
"San. Francisco, July 18. S. S.
Enterprise sailed today for Hilo."
"Gray's Harbor, July 18. The
schooner James Rolph sailed today
"San Francisco, July 20. The
American-Hawaiian steamship Nov
adan arrived today from Honolulu."
"The bark C. D. Bryant arrived
from Kaanapali today.1'
"The bark Alden Bosso sailed for
"Tho bark Martha Davis arrived
today from Hilo."
On last Sunday morning tho Str.
Whittier, McDonald, having in tow
the Fullerton, Brigman, arrived at
Kihei, both vessels boaring cargoes
of fuel oil for Kihei Plantation. They
finished discharging yesterday, and
sailed at once for San Francisco.
Veeecls In Port--Keliulul
Am. Sp. Sehome, Martensen, from
July 22, S. S,
July 24, Am. Sp. Sehome, 55 das
from Newcastle, coal.
July 24, Str. Helcne, , from
Houolnlu, Jap. laborers for Wailuku
July 25, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
S. S. Claudine, Parker,
July 24, Str. Heleno,
July 25, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
July 1 Sierra S. F.
" IMiowera Colonies
" 4 Gaelic S. F.
" 4 Moana Victoria, B C.
, " 4 NeVadan ...S. F.
" 7 Doric Yokohama
" 10 Alameda S. F.
" i4 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
" 2!) Aorangi Colonies
" 30 Done S. F.
" 31 Alameda S. F.
July 1 Sierra Colonies
" 1 Miowera Victoria, B. C.
" 4 Gaelic Yokohama
" 4 Moana Colonies
" 7 Doric S. F,
" 14 Nippon Maru S. P,
" 14Nevadan S. F,
" 14 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" 15 Alameda S. F,
" 21 China Yokolinma
21 Ventura S. P.
" 22 Sonoma Colonies
" 24Sibaria S. F,
" 9 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 30 Doric. Yokohama
V . ' it'
Burglar and Fire
We have Just
AiARVINlSAFBUCO'S safes. These safes
"are considered the very bust made. .
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit atour Hardware Department.
Theo. He;Davies& Co., Ltd.
WE SAVE YOU J10NEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, $20AND UP.
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITE FORJDESIGNS AND PRICES;
174-17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU
P, O. G27.
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and ,two-wheclcrs 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.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
fcTIIE POCKET PREM0. The latest
S: Not merely for snap-shots but equipped for every branch
jg: of artistic photography, plates or films. Price $20.09
gTHE STAR PREMO. Essentially a tourists' camera, very com
pact and perfect in finish and equipment, either, plates
or hlms. Fnce $25.00. Long focus Prcmos in stock.
p Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Z NEW STORE ON FORT
THE BISMAffi STABLES OF WAILUKU : J
.New Buildings, New Rias, New Teams, New Maoaoejient. ' ,
Tne BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to rurjl
the Leading Livey Stable Business on Maui. J
L5VERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES J
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses &
at all Hours. A Now System of Press Buttons.
tfewaia first class ris aud)toa,ms, aud, compotont driveiSi
Whitman & Co.)
HARDWARE .AND SPORTING GOODS
91 King Ss. and 314 Fort St
Goodform Closet Sets
No 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform'
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,ii
2 Bars and 1 Loop 3.00
No. 2.--(Ladles', GxG) G each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 ench Bar andS
Loop $1.7 -V
No. 3. (Gentlemen's GiG) G cachj
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each'S
Bar and Loop $2.50 j
received' alarge at
BISHOP St., HONOLULU
of the famous Premo series.
STREET, HONOLULU. IS
Stable Company, Ltd,-
uccessor to i