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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke I'rcsWk'nt
W. T. Robinson Vieo President
C. K Lufkln Cuslile
Directors R. A. Wadswoi th,
D; 0. Lindsay.
Transacts a general banking bus-.
Draws Exchange on the United
States) England, France, Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu,
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DE
Loans money on approved persona
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors wiicrebv llioir checks
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FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
ic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko . , . .President
P. C. Jones. . yicc-Prcsident
C. H. Cookb. Cashier
F. C. Athorton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousp, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton,
E. V. Bishop.
Tinusact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This lianie on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
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first class stores handle
Telegrams to all Points of
Jawaii, Lottai and Oahu
cah now be forwarded by
Evenly cents per Vbrci
$2.S0 Jer message
Central Station for Maui at
1 elephone ISJo.
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beautifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly Mustr'a
I Price, $1.5(y (ppstpad, Order
direct from the publishers, the
Dr. Froar, the Honolulu dentist,
hns spent the week In Wnllukn
D. II. Lewis of Lovejoy and & Co.
camo over on Wednesday morning s
ShorlflL. M. Baldwin is confined
to hl$ bed with an attack of pneu
Attorney o. H. Case went to
Hqlioulu on Thursday, on professional
miss Turner, wno tins been on a
Vacation trip ,to Honolulu, re turned
W. O. Aiken of Paia took a flyer
to Honolulu last weok, returning on
Wednesday s bpat.
Manager C. B. Wells goes to Hon
olulu this afternoon to take the
Sonoma for the Coast.
Father Maxlmiq of Hnmoa wert to
Honolulu to greet the new bishop,
returning on Wednesday.
W. J. Dyer of the Honolulu Iron
works is a business visitor on Maul,
having arrived on Wednesday.
A. Jackson and Tom Picard of the
Morning Star baseball team wore
passengers by Saturday's boat to
Rti Rev: Bishop Libert returned
from the poast last week and was ac
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uuiueuuu uiimiusiusmc reception
Mr. W. Von Graevemeycr of Hilo
who loft Wmluku for a brief visit to
Honolulu, returned to Hilo by Tues
Walter F. Drake, of the Internal
Revenue service Is on Maui this
week looking after the affairs of his
Deputy Sheriff Saffery of Wailuku
ij a, prominent candidate for sheriff.
tind N. W. Aluli is spoken of for Dis
Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton of
Makawao has his hands full at pre
sent, rounding up idle, lawless and
crimnal Porto Ricans.
Miss Mary Vincent, the popular
"central" at Paia 'for several years
past, has been appointed assisstant
teacher at the Huelo school.
I. Kaona, a Hawaiian, woman said to
be 118 years old, and, whose flrsthus
band fought in "Ke Paniwai. cj Iao"
in 1790, recently died in Kula.
h Mr. and Mrs. H.,B, Penlmilow took
in the polo game and dance up coun
try last Saturday, as the guests of
f Dr. Geo. S. Aiken of Paia.
Mrs, W. A. McKay and Mrs! E.'
Austiti of Wailuku, who havo been
spending some weeks in Honolulu,
returned by Tuesday's Kinau.
Attorney J. M. Vivas of the law
firm of Vivas & Bitting,' Honolulu,'
camo over on Tuesday's Claudine, for
a brief professional visit on Maui.
Mr. J. G. Rothwell. nmnncrpr of
Peacock & Co. Honolulu dropped in-
tb town last Saturday morning, leav
ing the same afternoon for Honolulu.
Dr, Rogers, the Honolulu oi-cuhst,
was summoned by wireless, and came
over on Wednesday, to attend. Mr.
Lowell of Paia, who eye was Injured.
A. W. Carter of Honolulu (fame
over, Tuesday niaht's Kiriuu and
spent the night in Wailukuj leaving
early on Wednesday morning for up
Mr. Charles McGonagle, who has
spent several weeks on Maui, in the
intrest of Benson & Smith the Hono
lulu druggist, leaves for Honolulu by
this afternoon s Maui.
Miss Emily Babb, ofHoIden, Mass.,
the old home of th Railnvs nnfl Tin.
rstons, will arrive by Wednesday's
Claudineto take chargo of the Set
tlement kindergarten in Wailuku.
Mr. H. B. Weller returned from
the Coast by Saturday's Nevadan,
bringing a string of five, polo ponies,
a driving team for Mr. R. W. Filler
of Kahului, and ono or two others.
Land Commissioner Boyd came o
er on Wednesday's steamer to ac
company, Mrs. Boyd, who has. been ill,
to Honolulu. They drove, jo Lahaina
Thursday, to catch the Mauna Loa.'
"Atrtonluo" Garcia the famous
M,ornirig Star shortstop left for, Ho.-
nblulu by Thursday night's .Rlauua!
Loa, to take n course la shorthand
and bookkeeping at St. Louis College.
Forester Hall, accompanied by Ai
Y. Carter and A. F. Judd came over
to Mololcal this wok in 'n inspection
tour, and will also' vfyt. Jliuu. and
Hawaii ftir.th sarco' purpose before
returning to Honolulu.
Chicago, Aug. i8. A dispatch to
the 'Record Herald from Olnaha,
Tho Hamburg American Steam
hip Cotnbany will invade the Pabltic
ocean and together with tho Orient
and Wubash Railroads will encircle
tho earth," said Vice-President Ed
ward Dickinson of the Orient Rail
rnad who has just returned from
London, where ho together with Pre
sident Stihvellof tho Orieht line, no
gotiated the trafic agrechient be
tween the railroads and the slealn
ships Company. "The night before
I left London wo concluded a con
tract with the Hamburg-American
lino Idr a line of steamers from Port
Slihvell to China, via Hawaii and
Japan; That company already has
steamears to all points in tho Orient
The U. S. S. Iroquois returned
from Pearl Harbor yestorday after
noon, haVing on board Admiral Ter
ry, Uaptaln JNiblack, Uaptatn White
and Captain Rodman, who returned
from an inspection of Pearl Harbor.
In all probability Admiral Terry
will recommend that the channel
leading into Pearl Harbor be stright-
encd, as it is quite tortuou3 at pre
sent. It is also be recommended
that the channel be provided with
aids to navigation. Bulletin.
The Chronicla of August 18 has the
following to say in regard to the re
cent fast ruin of the S. S. Sierra:
Almost record time was made by
tho SprocUles liner Sierra on tho run
from lionoliiluj the time being five
days live and a half hours. The re
cord is held by the Japanese steamor
Vlnnnn Mni.' .'. ,. t l. - n , f .. 1.
Aiijfpuiimuiu, vvuiuu uuum iruiii tnu
islands three.und a half years, ago in
nve days, two hours and a few min
Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 23.--Tlie
Cayman Islands' were devastated by
me nurricane wnicu recently swept
over Jamaica. Eleven small vessels
trading from Kingston to the islar ds
are missing. Following the hurri
cane there has been a famine and
many deaths are feared.
Constantinople; Turkey, Aug. 23.
The Russian squadron has been re
called from Turkish waters and will
return to Sebastopol, the Porte hav
ing made complelo promises for the
carrying out of the reforms requested
Vessels in Port Kahului
Aug. 2(5, S. S. Maui Parker, from
Aug. 29, S. S. Maui, Parker, from
Aug. 2-1, S. S. Nevadan. Weedcii.
for Hilo, 9G cases pineapples.
Aug. 20, S. S. Maui Parker,
Aug. 29, S. S. Maui Parker,
Oceanic Tsme Table.
PATE NAME FROM
Aug 1 Miowera Victoria, B. C.
" 7 Nippon Maru R. F.
" . 8 Nevadan S. F.
" 11 Sierra Colonies
" 11 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 12 Ventura S. F.
" 14 Siberia S. F.
" 18 Korea. Yokohama
" 21 Alameda S. F.
" 25 Coptic S. F.
' 25 Gaolic Yokohama
' 20 Ncbraskan S. F.
2G Moana Colonies.
" ' 20 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
Aug v 1, Nebraskan .' , . .S. F.
" 1. Coptic..'. S. F.'
" 5 Alameda ...S. F.
' 7 Nippon Muru. . . . Yokohama
'.' 11 Sierra ' ' S. F.
" 11 America Maru. ....... S. F.
" 12 Ventura Colonies
H Siberia , Yokohama
" 18Novadan S. F.
" 18 Korea, -. S, F.
u 25 Coptic Yokohama
" 25 Gaelic S. F;
" 2G Alameda S. F.
20 Moanaf. Victoria,. BC
" 29 Aorangi CoIoni;j
Burglar and Fire
We have just received a Iape assort
ment of the famous HERRING-HALL--AiARVINiSAFBlCO'S
safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.i
The pub!icare invitedjitoHiinspect the
exhibit at our HardwareSDepartment.
Tiieo. ff. Davies & Co., Ltd.
WE AVE YOU MONEY. ALL
NTS & HEADSTONES,
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICESg
H. E. HENDRICK,
174-176-180 KING St., HONOLULU
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Tho ATTENTION of the The Maul
trade is specially invited to tho full
Urib of. .HACKS, .BUGGIES, RUN
and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far tho
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
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oi nnisiic pnoiograpny, plates or tilms. mce WM
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THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, New MaqAoejiekt.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the; Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui. .
, BOARD and
HACKS, Caijriacs,; iuies and Saddle, Horses'
at: all Hours. A Nevv Systein 6? Press Buttons.
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91 Kino Ss.
314 Fonr St :
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) C Goodfornl
ij Trousers Hnngprs, 12 Coat Hangorsj
' 2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2. (Ladles', GxC) G each Skirt
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