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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooko....
W. T. Robinson'.....
C. D. Uifkin ,..
Directors R. A.
D. C. Lindsay,
Wo also have a complete and up-jo-date
hnoof Job Type and arcs pre
pared to dp
Transacts n general '.making bus
mess. Draws Exchange on the United
Stales, Enulnnd, France, Germany.
Canada, China, Japan and IlonoUil.i.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.
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 S7O.O00.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
1'. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Watcrhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandless, C. II. Atherton,
E. F. Bishop.
'Iiansact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
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bongs oi riawau
In Book Form
A rare ahd beaulliu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some, never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, SI. 50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
ieflrstroffl Music Co.
r-. ... r H TTnuni.ri
A. Anlherg of Lnliaina was a vis
ifr at Wa'lnku on Tuesday.
AttornpyD. F1. Cnse. returned from
Honolulu by Wednesday's Maui.
Atlnrnev Jnhn Riohnrdson'of La
halna drove over in Wailuku on Mon
Judge Chnrlef Cnpp of Mnkawao
was n visitor to Wailuku on Wednes
day. D. H. Lewis of Lovejoy & Co., I"ft
lor Honolulu )v last Saturday's Clau
dine. Mr. P. B. Wells returned oa Wrd
Heyday's Maul, and will start to the
F B. Munsell, the insuranco man,
i making a business tour of central
Mnui thi week.
W. ,H. Cornwell Jr. took a run over
to Honolulu on Saturday returning
Mr. W C. Crook and Miss Ireim
Crook of Makawao returned from
Honolulu this week.
Speaker W. Bee.kley came ovpr
this wppk to bp prespnt. at thp homo
rule county eonvpntion.
Dr. J. H. Raymond of Ulupalakua
came down to Wailuku on Wednes
day, for a hrW business visit.
Manager J. D. McVeigh of the
Leper settlement was a visitor to
Honolulu by Wi-dnesdav's Lehua.
Principal B. K. Kniwiaea and wife
of, the Hana public '.chool returned
firm Honolulu by Wednesday's Maui
13111 y Grpen of Phillips & Co. who
has been stocking up the Maui tradp,
left for Honolulu by last night's
fliiss iiimiiy A. liaoo, tne new
kinderparden worker at the Settle
ment. Building arrived bv Wednes
Dr. Koi'ers, the- oculist, who was
called to Maui this week on profes
sionol business, left for Honolulu on
Senator D. Kalauokalani came over
on Wednesday to attend the home
rule county convention at Wailuku
F. W. Wittram formerly at Hma,
came over on last Tuesday night's
Kinau, leaving the next morning for
Hana on the Maui.
Hi. w. wortmngton ot Hana was
a passenger to Honolulu by last Sat
urdav's boat and returned with his
family on Wednesday.
Mrs. D. F. Nicholson, the wife of
Pilot D. F. Nicholson of Kahului,
came over on Wednesday's"- "Maui
to make her home in Kahului.
Mr. E. G. d'Albert, an accomplish
ed violinist, accompanied by his wife
arrived from Hawaii by last Satur
day's Kir.au, and spent the week on
Forester Hall has spent the weel
on Maui, investigating forestry mat
ters, with tho view of preparing
report for the head of his depart
Ex-Attorney Georgo A. Davis re
'urned to Honolulu from the coast
by Wednesday's Sierra for a brief
resting spell, on tho advice of his
George H. Miranda of the Indo
pendent came over to Lahaina by
Tuesday's Kinau to take tho position
of instructor in type-setting at La
Capt. H. Meyer of the schooner
Louis with coal from Ncwcastlo for
Kaanipali, drove over from Lahaina
on Tuesday to enter his vessel at tho
Kahului custom house.
Capt. J. J. Lewis of the Salvation
Ai my leaves next week tor anew
field of labor in Hamakua District
Hawaii, and Lieut Wilcox comes to
Wailuku to succeed him.
L. A. Thurston came over on Tues
day night's bout to spend the rest of
tho week investigating forestry con
(iltions with forester wall, ilo re
turns to Honolulu this afternoon.
Oa last Saturday afternoon, police
man Manuel Scqueira of Kahulu
raided a Japanese gambling outfit at
Camp Wood and arrested two Japa
nese and one negro. They woro tried
on Monday, found guilty and fined $50
Arthur Jones of the Mclnerny shoe
house, Honolulu, and Mr. Silva, re
presenting the furnishing goods do
partment of tho sumo firm arrived
last Saturday and dlsplaved their
samples for several days in Wailuku
afterwards going tip cquutry.
Hawaii may yet emulate the New
York Yacht Club in the Issuance ofi
an open Challenge cup and achieve
some meed of the distinction nnd
world-wide advertisement accruing
from such connections. In the local
instance, the original challenge will
come from the American side. Tho
Hawaii Promotion Committee, con-
lnccd of the vast extent of free ad
ertising that such enterprise would
showtir upon the Territory, have
grrert to canvass for and procure
funds for the Pacific Challenge Cup.
trophy which would cost in the
elghborhood of $500.
The racrs would bo sailed under
Hawaii Yacht Club rules. The boat
would be, not an expensive machine
like the Reliance or tho Shamrock,
but of dimensions similar to the con
ditions as the Canadian Challenge
Cup, regularly competed for by
American skippers. Advertiser.
E. R. Stackable, Collector of Cus
toms, leaves for San Froncisco in the
Sonoma this afternoon to meet As
sistant Secretary of tho Treasury
Armstrong in accordance with a ca
blegram sent by the latter a few
days ago. When seen today, M.r.
Stackabl said. "I am going to San
Francisco to talk over with Mr.Arm-
trong Custom House matters per
Jtaining to Hawaii. 1 may go on to
New York to attend tho sessions or
tho Boaad of Appraisers, but I can
not decide that matter" until I havo
met Mr.Armstrong in San Francisco
and learned what instructions he has
to give me. It is therefore impossible
for me to say at tins time to say just
when I shall return to Honolulu.
Peking, China, Sept. 1. A consid
erable sensation has oeen caused in
diplomatic circle by the action of a
Japanese gunboat captain in pro
enting the entrance of a steamer at
Yongamptio. The steamer was a
met chant craft under the American
flag but chatttred 03 Russians. Yon
gampho is not an open port. Tho
Russians who chartered the Ameri
can steamer are highly incensed over
what they consider the high-handed
action of thl Japanese.
New York, N. Y., Sept. 1. The
calm weather and the small prospect
of the yachts being able to make tho
course, caused "no-race notices to
be sent out early this morning. Nei
ther tho Reliance nor the Shamrock
III left their moorings.
Vessels in Poi't--Kaliutu!
Sept. 2, S. S. Maui Parker, from
Sept. 3, S. S. Ncbraskan, Greene,
Sept. 5, S. S. Maui Parker, from
S. S. Maui Parker, for
Sept. 4, S. S. Nebraskan, Gretne,
Sept. 5, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Whitman & Co.
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
!)1 Kino Ss. and 314 Foiit St
Gooclform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform,
Trousers Hangei , 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.00
No. 2.--(Ladies GxG) G each Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
No. :. (Gentlemen's Gj G) G each
(' it and Trousers Hangers, 1 each
Bar and Loop $250
Buvisip and Fire
We have lust received a Iarc assort--
ntnnt nl 'Hip- A'iif.oil.c It FI? R I Kl H A I J.-iM
ftiARVINiSAFB.CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best inade.i
The public 'are invited tor'inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware!; Department.
Theo. H.'.Efeavies & Co., Ltd,
WE SAVE YOU MONEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, 520 AND UP.
MONUMENTS Si HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
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HI. B. HEIIDRICK,
174-17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho 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 tho
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
Oceanic Time Table.
Sept. 1 Sonoma
" 2 Sierra
" 2 Amorica Maru. . . .
4 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
0 Korea , S. F.
11 Alameda S. F.
12 Nevadan ..S. P.
12 China .Yokohama
18 Gaelic ...S. F.
22 Ventura Colonies
22 Doric Yokohama
23 Sonoma S F.
23 Miowcra Colouies
2G Moana Victoria, B. C.
, .O. JA.
H New Style.aas
g THE POCKET PREMO. The latest of the famous Prcmo series. .
! Not merely for snap-shots but equipped for every branch 2 '
of artistic photography, plates or films. Price $20.00 3 )
THE STAR PREItiO. Essentially a tourists' camera, very com- f
pact and perfect in finish and equipment, cither plates 3 - '
or films. Price 525.00. Long focus Premcis in stock. H '
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. 1 -.
jE NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Z3' ,
20 Hongkong Maru.
29 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
1 Sonoma S. F.
2 Siena Colonies
2 America Maru. ..Yokohama.
4 Hongkong Maru S. F.
5 Nebraskan .' S. F.
J) Korea Yokohama
12 China S. F.
1G Alameda S. F.
18 Gaelic Yokohama
22 Ventura S.F.
22 Nevadan '. S. F.
22 Doric S. F.
211 Sonoma Colonies
23 Miowcra.... Victoria, B. C.
2G Moana .Colonies
2G Hongkong Maru, Yokohama
20 Nippon Maru. S. F.
Bismark Stable (jiitpaay, Ltd,
'. THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rms, New Teams, New Maoagemest.
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to run j
the; Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Cairioes Busies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours.
iNflwaaa nrsl class rigs auu tea
. m Aippon xuaru.' o. r. mn-
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