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Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C D. Lufklu Cashinr
Directors R. A. Wudsworth,
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Slates, England, France, Gormnny,
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town depositors whereby their checks
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the Republiaof Hawaii.
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P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beautifu collection
of eld and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Somo nover before
published. Chnrmihgly illustra
ted With typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.60, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
BSfgstrom Music Co.
A. K. Forsyth of Kula returned
from Honolulu on Wednesday.
Governors. B. Dolo returned from
his Hawaii trip on last Saturday.
F. W. Grimwood of Honolulu cams
up to Maui this week for a holiday
D IT. Lewis, of Lovejoy & Co.,
Honolulu, cams over on'Wednesday's
O. Atwood, travelling man forHoff
schlacgor & Co. is selling up Maui
Charley Thompson has received his
commission as an officer on the Wai
luku police force. '
L. B. Maynard of Hilo is in Wai
luku this week wrestling r with a
vicious case of dengue.
Judge M. M. Esteo left for the
Coast, by Wednesday's Alameda, for
a well earned vacation.
Mr. Jas. H. Painter was a" visitor
in Honolulu by Saturday's Claudine,
returning on Wednesday,
Supreme President F. J Kierco of
the Y. M. I., left Honolulu, for home
by Wednesday's Alameda. .
W. L. Decoto of Lahaina was a
visitor to Wailuku on Wednesday
evening, returning on Thursday.
Clem Crowell of the Wailuku police
force took a flyer to Honolulu on Sat
urday, returning on Wednesday.
C. T. Day, of Macfarlane & Co.,
Honolulu, arrived on Maui on Wed
nesday to spend a week or ten days.
George White the harness maker,
formerly of Wailuku but later of La
haina, has again' located in Wailuku.
Garret R. Gray, of Hendricks &
Co , Honolulu, is looking' after the
interests of his house on Maui this
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Davis of Hon
olulu came over on Wednesday, and
will remain till after the races on
Rev. W. M. Kincaid pastor of
Central Union Church, Honolulu, re
turned from a trip to Eur.asia, last
Masters Ward Wells and Ira Wells
leave today for school .at" Belmont,
Cal. Mrs. C. B. Wells accompanies
them to Honolulu. sf
Manager J. R. Meyers of Huelo
was a passenger to Honolulu by Sat
urday night's Claudine, returning
Charley Siemsen, forpicrjy with
the K. R. R. Co., but later of Honn
lulu, went to Hilo this week, to take
a government position
Judge J. W. Kalua was called to
Honululu last week to testify in the
Magoon disbarment case, returning
on Wednesday morning.
Capt. Clark superintendent of the
Wiider Steamship Co. .arrived pn
Maui by Wednesday's Claudine, leav
by the .uehua on Thursday. w
Mrs. C. C. Rosennasser, the Hono
lulu milliner who was to have been
at "Wailulcu this week is detained in
Honolulu by illness and will qopje over
Mrs. W. L. Decoto, MissHolden,
E. M. Campbell and W. H. Decoto of
Lahaina attended the Harvest Home
dance at Puunene, last Saturday
D. K. Naone, a brother of Mr. A
B. Naone of Wailuku and forthe past
twenty years a member of the Haw
ftiian Band, waq(qng of .the musicians
fit "Pllllimn ' I '
Dr. George Rebec of the , State
University of Michiganjcame over on
Wednesday to snend a '.week on Maui,
and will leave by Wednesday's Kinau
It is stated that C. A. McDonald
has been appointed principal of La-
hainaluna Seminary. He tbs former
ly connected with the Kanieharaeha
Schools in Honolulu
Dr. George S. Aiken the P.aia den
tist will spend n week filling jrofes
slonal engagements at PuuneiiB im
mediately after tho 12th of August,
where he can easily be reached f'.rom
Wailuku. Uo has discQ.qtinted liis
professional visits to Wailuku
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. TrveiJ of Puu
nene leavo today for Honolulu, and
may possibly go on to the Coast. Mr,
Irven has been at Puunonosinco the
beginning of tho installation of ma
chiuery in the big mill, and as ho and
his wife are quite popular, they will
be much missed by the Residents, of
Ed. Maui News:
The Chiuese Development Mining
Company, Ltd, is formed for tho
purpose of prospecting the minera1
wealth of the Empire of China.
Special attention will be given, how
ever, to the district of Chong Lock,
. . .. . . i. r ai.i. ...1
ucing ine oinn piaco oi u. nu
many prominent Chinese citizens in
Honolulu, lying in the provinco of
Kwangtung. There the following
minerals are found, tin, authraclte
coal, silver, lead, zinc and copper.
Tin and coal mines are at present
being operated by the natives with
crude and antiquated methods. No
shafts ar sunk but short tunnels are
hollowed on the sido of the hills, and
hence thu" rich lodes' "of these mlneB
have remained untouched. The tin
oro has been examined and found to
contain from 65 to 75 per cent pure
tin, by English engineers sent there
under tho direction of tho Chinese
Commissioner Wong, now in St.
This is the only scientific report
made on the tin deposit of the dis
trict. Further evidence showing the
prcsonce of tin, in great abundance
is tho.fact that tho people of the dis
trict got their ordinary domestic
utensils made out of pure block of tin,
just as common as the people of this
Weft use ordinary crockery. An
thracite coal seems there in vast quan
titles. When villages of no smal1 size
are built, upon exposed anthracite
coal beds, when coal is almost as cheap
as dirt, and only costs the labor of
digging and removing it, surely it
justifies prospectors in hurrying to
these fields in time to secure the first
Many English companies sought
South Africa during the, last decado
merely on the supposition that the
dark continent wap rich in minerals
But China I even the ancient Greeks
had learned of its fabulous wealth.
Marco Polo, the first European to
give accurate accounts ot the Far
East, tells us that in bis timo China
was rolling in mineral wealth, and
he brought home gems and precious
metals which turned even tho rich
Venetians green with envy. As
China was in his time so she is today.
She has only scratched the sur
face of her vast mineral deposts.
But the rich veins in tho bowels of
her Empire sill remain in their
primeval glory, , waiting, for the
magic touch of modern engineering
science to yield wealth, untold.
The Company has the endorsement
of the Chinese Minister at Washing
ton, and also that of the Consul at
Honolulu, and will send its ropre
sentatives to China with competent
engineers in September. Concessions
to develop mineral prospects have
have been guaranteed to the Com
pany by the Imperial Edict issued
last year, arid by the official recom
mendation of tho Chinese Minister to
the Mining Bureau in Peking.
These, then are the incentives
which have led a few in these islands
to form a company as a nucleus to
explore and secure a portion of the
unlimited mineral wealth of far-off
Cathy, upon which Europe looks with
longing eyes, like some dark and
ugly bird of prey, hovering above
and watching a fair and choice prey,
ready to pounce upon It, but a
stronger force has kept the greedy
and rapacious interests in cheeky
tho jealous' ol the rowers.
A. L. AHLO.
Oceanic Time Table.
M lower a Victoria, B. C
Nevadan S. F.
Sierra ; Colonies
America Maru. . .Yokohama
Ventura. S. F.
Siberia S. F,
Alameda S. F,
Coptic S. F.
Nebraskan S. F.
Moana. . , Colonies
Aorangl Victoria, B. C,
Nebraskan S. F,
Sierra S. F.
America Maru S. F.
Novadan. , t S. F.
Korea... .- S. F.
Coptic. ... j Yokohama
Gaelic U S. F,
Alameda. , S. F.
Moana Victoria, B C,
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We have just receivedt'aiargo assort
ment jof the tfamous HERRING HALL
MARVINlSAFBiiCO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The publicare invited tol inspect the;
exhibit at:our HardwarejJDepartment.
Theo. H..Daviesr Co., Ltd.
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Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is 'specially Invited to the full
line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
fluest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
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Bismark Stable Company, Ltd,
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New BuiLdinos, New Rigs, New Teaus, New Maoaqement.'
Hie BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to mi
the Leading Live y Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLlfs
HACKS, Carriages, Bugles and Saddle Hori&s
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons":
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91 Kino Ss. and 314 Fort St ,
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No. 1. -(Gentlemen's) G Goodform
Trousord Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
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No. 2.(LKHes', 6xG),G each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
Loop . $1.7
No. 3. (Gentlemen's GjG)- G each
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