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W' .XBergstrom Music Co;
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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Directors II, A. Wudswortb,
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States, England, France, Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
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POSITS. Loans money on approved personal
Spccial arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will bo paid in Honolulu at par.
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Incorporated Under tlio Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $7.0,000.00
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F. C. Atherton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
E. V. Bishop.
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare niul bcautifu collection
of old aiiiLnow Hawaiian Songs
and IIuliis. Somo never' before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
' direct from the publishers, the
p"""" SHIPPING NEWS liter Whitman & Co.
Mr. A. Aalberg of Lahaiua nas a
visitor at Wailuku on Tuesday.
Mrs. C. 13. Wells roturnrd from
Honolulu by Wcdnesdny's Maul.
Mr. Charles Day of Macfarlanc &
Co., Honolulu, has spent tho week at
W. L. Decoto of Lahaina took in
tho races at Spreckels Park on
Rt. Rev. Bishop Libcrtls duo to
arrive in Honolulu on August 21, by
Hon. S. E. Kalama and wife, of
Makuwao, returned from Honolulu
J 'rot George Rebec spent a few
hours in Wailuku on Tuesday, on
route to Hawaii. '
W. K. Hutchison and 'family re
cently of Ilqna have removed, to
L. R. Crook, eloi k of tho Circuit
Court, returned from Honolulu by
W. E. Shaw and wife, of Nahlku
loft Honolulu for a visit to the const
b) Tuesday's Sierra.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Braymer camo
over on Tuesday night's Claudine,and
are visiting at Walknpu.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sparks of
Kihoi visited Wailuku on Wednesday
and attended the races.
George Davis the disbarred at
torney, left for the coast on half an
hour's notice, this week.
Rev. Wm. Ault and Moses Kauhi
mahu came over from Honolulu on
Tuesday night's Mauna Loa.
Attorney Case of Wailuku paid a
professional visit to Lahaina on
Wednesday, returning on Thursday.
Treasurer A. N. Kepoikai came
over on Wednesday morning, leaving
Tor Honolulu on Thursday afternoon.
Atlornoy D. H. Case left for Hono
lulu last night on professional bus
iness and will return on Wednesday
Attorney and Mrs. John Richard
son of Lahaina came over, Tuesday
afternoon to attend Wednesday's
A. G. Thompson, representing an
eastern graphite paint firm is visit
Maui In the interest of his line of
Mr. F. P. Rosecransand family of
Hamoa arrived in Wailuku last Sat
urday to spend several week in cen
Sam Moi, a Honolulu typo, came
over as a member of Berger's Band,
and was a welcome visitor at the
.'Superintendent of Public Work's
C-joper went to Hawaii by Tuesday's
Cliiudihe, to look over tho Held for
Miss Katherino Burgnor of Paia
and Mir s Mildrod Yoder of Hilo visit
ed Wailuku and explored Iao Valley
Mrs. N. Alapai and Mrs. Nawahine
accompanied Berger's Baud to Maui,
and added much charm to the band
musio by their beautiful singing,
W. Berlowitz, tho Honolulu travel
ling salesman, Camo over to Maui
tfcis week to supply the trade, and
Incidently to take in the races.
J. Castle Ridgeway of Bilo, Nat
ional bank inspector for tho Islands
arrived last Saturday morning, loav
iug for Honolulu the same'afternoon.
. Capt. Henry Bergcr with his full
band, came over on Wednesday, and
spent the week, with us. Thoy leave
for Lahaina this afternopu to remain
Capt. Spicer of the Am. Sch. Mar
coni, at Kaanapali, from Newcastle
with coal, drove over on Tuesday, to
enter his vessel at the Kahului cus
Mr. Chas. McG'onagle of Benson,
Smith & Co., the Honolulu druggists,
is ou Maui to spend several weeks,
and is displaying a lino of druggists'
goods at tho old Rodngues store this
II. D. Silliman, surveyor and civil
engineer, is on Maui makiuggov'ern
incut surveys for road work Ho be
done as toon as nionej is available.
Ho will remain hero for several
W. Thompson of Theo. H. Davies
&Co. k visiting Maui in the interests
of lib house. It is sovcral years since
Mr. Thompson has visited- Wailuicu
and hriifimls many changes' and im-
The United States naval supply
ship Celtic may be looked for hero at
any moment, she having sailed from
Guam on July 24. She should have
made the trip in fourteen days and
her delay has undoubtly been caused
by contrary weather. The Celtic is
on her way to tho Bremerton r.nv.y
yard there to undergo a complete
overhauling after a lonir season of
work. She is the boat that travels
all the way from Australia to Manila
carrying fresh beef and mutton for
the ships of Uncle Sam in Manila. She
carries sixty days' supplies on each
trip and is fitted out with a very
large and completo cold-storage
Captain Rodman acting under in
structions from the Department will
hold an examination hore for tho np.
pointment of a carpuntor. Those tak
ing the examination must have me
chanical aptitude, and be between
the ages of twenty-one years and
thirty years, A number of vacancies
will be filled and those selected from
the compotive examination will rank
as Warrant ufllcors. The nay starts
at $1,200 a year and is gradually in
creased to $1,0(10. Tho examination
will not be held until CuptAin Rod
man returns from Hilo but will be
held before .Octobor 1.
The Enterprise will make one more
trip to Hilo and then lay up for ex
tensive improvements. She will bo
out of service one trip, tho Hilo run
being taken by tho Rosecrans. Thb
Improvements to be made on the En
terprise are to give her bettor facil
ities for carrying fruil. Captain Mat
son has believed in Hilo us a banana
exporting port and has had in mind
for shmetime these improvements on
Not only will tho Enterprise bare
better and larger faciiies for handling
bananas but tho Rosecrans will touch
at Hilo whenever the offerings are
sufficient to require it.-Hilo Tribuue.
The steamer Claudine will tako the.
Kinau's run to Hilo this, week: tho
Kinau is hud up to have her bottom
cleaned. The Maui will take tho place
of the Claudine on. tho Maui run. She
will beep this run indefinitely, as the
Claudine ou her return will bo laid
up for some time when repairs and
aeteratlous will be made on her.
The Am. Sch. Marconi Capt.
Spicirs arrived at Kaanapali on
Monday, 63 days out from Newcastle
with coal for the Pionq'jr Plantation.
This is the first trip of the Marconi
to Maui. Sho was recontly built on
Vcescls In Port Kahtilul
Aug. 11, S, S. Maui Parker, from
, Aug. 13, S. S, Maui Parker, from
Aug. 10, Am, Sp. Sehome, Mar
tinson, for Astoria.
Aug. 11, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Aug. 13, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME I'BOM
Aug 1 Miowera Victoria, B. C.
" 1 Coptic Yokohama
" 7 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 8.Nevadan , S. F.
'" 11 Sierra Colonies
" 11 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 12Ventvra S. F.
" 14 Siberia ...S. F.
" 18 Korea Yokohama
" 21 Alameda S. F.
" 25 Coptic , S.F.
' 25 Gaelic Yokohama
2( Nebraskan S. F.
'' 2(i Moana. . . . , Colonies
" 20 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
Aug 1 Nebraskan .S. F.
" 1 Miowera Colonics
" 1 Coptic S. F.
" 5AIameda S. F.
' 7 Nippon Maru. . . , Yokohama
" llSiorra S. F.
" 11 America Maru S. F.
" 12 Ventura...., Colonies
1-1 Siberia Yokohama
" 18Nevadan . S. F.
" 18 Korea , S. F.
25 Coptic Yokohama
" 25 Gaelic.;, S. F.
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Burglar and Fire
Ve have just deceived 'alavgo assort
ment Jlof Jthe'llfamous HERRINGHALL
AlARVINlSAFBIiCO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The publicise inyitedjitojlinspect the
exhibit atiour HardwareliDepartinent.
TheOo Iie'Davies& Co., Ltd,
WE SAVE Y01M10NEY. ALL;SIZESS!NSTOCK, $20AND UP.
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WRITE FORJDESIGNSAND PRICES
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P, O. G27. 17-I-17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to the full
lino of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried.
by . "
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in:lhe Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands.
. agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
g THE POCKET PHEM0. The latest of the famous Premo series.
Not merely for snap-shots but equipped for every branch S
THE STAR PBEM0. Essentially a tourists' camera, very com 3
g pact and perfect in finish and equipment, either plates 3
g or films. Price $25.00. - Long focus Premos in stock. 2
i Honolulu Photo Supply Co. 1
g NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 3
Bismark Stable Company Ltd,
HE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, Nkw'Rics-,
i mo uioivimuv oiadjldo Lu jruuuse to ruir
the Leading Livery Stable
LIVERY, BOARD and
HACKS, Carriaijes, Buggies aind Saddle Horses
at all Hours. .ANew System of Press Buttons.
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 0 Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangors,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', CxG) C each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No. 3. (Gentlemen's GiG) G each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar aud Loop $2.50
. ' 3
New Teams, New Maoaoement.
Business on Maui.
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