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filVB US A CALL
For County Offices.
Every Cundid'He. for a County of
fice in tin? Counties of Enst Hawaii,
west Hawaii, Maui and Knuni must
Mollis nomination paper ul the iilllcc
of the Secretary of the Torrilorv, in
Honolulu, not later tlian live o'clock
in tlie nflernoon of Tuesday, Oetobet
13lh, 1!KK, aeeoniiianit'd by a deposit
of Twenty-five Dollars..
No 1 1 l ion shall be eligible to n
County or Uistuot ofliee unless of
the ago of twenty-one years, a citizen
of the Territory, and an elector ot
iho County or District in which the
duties of the ofliee are to be cxercis-
, and a resident therein for three
years immediately preceding sucti
election and no ptrsun shall hereafter
be eligible to the oflleo of District.
Attorney who shall not have been
admitted to practice in the Supreme
Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
Nomination papers must bo signed
by not less than t.wetity-livo (25) duly
qualified electors of the County foi
which such election is to be held.
G. R. CARTER.
Secretary of the Territory.
C. R. BUCKLAND
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903.
The FIEST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
V. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin ,., ..'.Cashiei
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsav.
Transacts a general banking bus
Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, France, Germany,
Canaday China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON D
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!
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
1 C. Jones Vice-President
F. V.Mael'nrlane..2nd Vicv-Presicent
C. II. Cooko Cashiei
F. O. Athei-tou. . . . Assistant Cashiei
TTenry Wnicrhouf-e. E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCaudless, C. II. Atherton,
W I'. lilKl'Op.
'I i niisnet ii General Commercial
ifid Savings flushies?.
HolMster Drug Co
HONOLULU, II. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and bcautifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly Illustra
ted willi typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co
V. J. Coclho of Honolulu was a
isitor to Maui by Wednesday's boat
lion. H. P. Raid n in returned from
trip to Kauai by Wednesday's
Mrs. NiehoU-on of Kahulul rcturu-
d from Honolulu on Wednesday's
Dr. P. F. Frear, the Honolulu
dentist, came over this week ou a
Mr. M. M. p. Shnughuessy return
d from Hawaii on Tued&y and lrft
for Keanne on Wednesday.
Charles Copp Jr. of Honolulu jamc
ovr-on Wounrscmy, ana is visiting
is old homo at Maknwao.
,L. R. Crook, John Richardson and
W. H. Curnwell Jr. are out this week
visiting voters on east Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Henning of La-
huina wrc visitors to W&iluku and
Paia a couplo of days last weik.
W. J. Coellio of Honolulu will ofii-
eiatc us clerk of the Sacond Circuit
Court from now till November 4.
Jared J. Smith of the agricultural
experiment station, Honolulu, was a
istor to Hawaii bv Wednesday s
Dr. Philip Frear. tho dentist will
spend next week at Paia, where those
irsiring his professional services can
U.iited States Marshall E. R. Hen
)ry was on Maui last week looking
fter a bankrupt Jauanose store in
Gus Schumann, the. lonuing car
ii fe and harness dealer of Honolulu
is on Maui this week, supplying trade
in his line.
E. M. Lovested of the Gregg Co
Honolulu, was on Maui this week
looking up orders for cane car? and
A. T. Hagenkamp is en routo to
the "S. G. Wilder" for his health,
bavin" been much troubled witr,
Mrs. Walters of Hawaii, a sister of
Mrs. Hattic Coan, came over on Mon
day's Mauna Loa, and visited Hale
akala on Thursday.
Mr. A. B. Ingalls Custom House
examiner and gauger ol Honolulu
came over to Kihei last week, on a
visit' of inspecture.
Ferry, tho contortionist is oxpect
cd to bill Maui for a series of enter
tainments shortly. Ho is said to be
wonderful in his tine.
H. R. Wood in chargo of the ma
ehincry department of the Von
H'.imm-Young Co. paid a recent
business visit to Maui.
F. Wittroek, republican candidate
for treasurer of Maui County, was a
pusstneer to Honolulu on Saturday,
ret urr.injr on Wednesday
George W. Hayselden of the David
La wrcn.ee & Co. tobacco house. Ho
nolulu, Is over on Maui taking fat
orders. He leaves today.
W. Searby, W. W. Wcseott, E. F.
Duinert and Dr. R. H. Dinegac of
Puunene were in town on Thursday
evening to attend the banquet at tho
S. A. D. Jones, manager of tho life
insurance department of the Hawaii
an Trust Co. after spending a couple,
of weeks on Maui left for Honolulu
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Siott, who
havo been visiting the Goafst for tho
past month returned to Honolulu in
last week s bonoma, anu came over
t.o Maui on the Nevedan.
Willard S. Terry, proprietor of
tho Hilo Coffee Mill was a visitor to
Maui by last week's Kinau, for the
purpose of soliciting trade. Ho re
turned to Hawnii by Tuesday's Kinau
Managers H. A. Baldwin of Haiku
and D. C. Lindsay of Paia Plauta
Hons were in Honolulu this week in
connection with tho new plantation
deal, returning on Wednesday's
Rnv. J. G. Mathews, former wire
loss station agent at Luhaina, and
who is now a minister in the Church
of Reasonable Service, was in Wailu
ku on niursaay, preparinj; lor a
church dedication on Lanai tomorrow,
to which many visitors from Honolulu
and Hawaii are expected.
Attorney W. F. Crocketthas been
commissioned by Judge J. W. Kalua
as acting District Maeiejtrate of
Wai'.uku District during t!:'e absence
of Judgo McKay. MKjCrockett is a
bright and level headed young at
tornny and .will ably .fill yie. .position
to which ho L'VB1 been app'oin ted.
Tho president, Mr. Jared Smith,
bus called a meeting of the Farmers'
Institute, to bo held at Wahlawa,
O.ihu, on Saturday evening, Oct. 21,
Mr. B, O Clark will present a pa
per on "The Possibility of tho Dovclop
ine.it of the Fruit Industry in Ha
waii," to be followed by a discussion
in which Mr. J. E. Higglns and others
will participate Dr. E. C. Shorey,
chemist, of the U. S. Experiment
Station, will give a paper on, "Re
cent work in Agricultural Chem
Utry." Mr. J. T. Crawley, Manager
of the Hawaiian Fertilizer Works,
will lead the discussion on this paper.
D. L. Van Dine will give an illustrat ed
talk ou, "Insects Injurious and
Beneficial to tho Farmer."
Tho sloop Gladys, T. W. Hobrpn
skipper and ownor, arrived first at
the spar buoy, the finish of the
Around-Oahu race, passiug that
point at forty-onii minutes and thirty-
three seconds past seven, having
made sixty-two knots in twelve
The steamship Nippon Maru ar
rived at six o'clock last evonili" and
was immediately placed in qnaran
tine. She has a suspected case of
walking plaguo eboard and the vessel
will not be allowed to dock. Adver
Washington, D. C. Sept. 25. Tho
Government has ordered a warship
to Bluelields to protect tho American
Steamship Company, which is having
trouble with the Nicaraguan govern
Kobe, Japan,Sapt. 27. Tho steam
or Australian, one of the fine vessels
running between Japaneso ports,
M&nila, and Australia, is ashore at
San Francisco, Cal., Sopt. 2C-
Thf ship GifTord, from Australia with
coal, wont ashore today at Ocean
Beach and is a total loss. The crew
Son Francisco, Cal, Sopt. 28.
Efforts aro being mado to save the
coal ship Gifford, which went ashore
Saturday at Ocean Roach, Should
the weather continue favorable there
is good propect of saving tho vessal
Yokohama, Japan, Sept. 23. Com
mandcr Edward M. Hughes, rin duty
at the Asiatic Station, died today.
Londou, Eng., Sopt. 27. A balloon
today-made the j'ournoy fcom Paris,
Franco, tb Hull, England, across the
English channel in oiahteon hours
The distance covered in the flight was
over four hundred miles.
Vcescls in Poi't--Kahn!ui
Am. Bark, W. B. Flint, Johnson,
Sept 30, S. S. Maui, Parker, from
Oct. 1, Am. Bark W. B. Flint
Johnson, from Makaweli, railroad
Oct. 3, S. S. Maui, Parker, from
Sept. 30, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Oct. 1, Am. Sch. Golden Gate,
Rasmussen for the Sound.
Oct. 3, S. S. Maui, Parker, for
Oceanic Tme Tab&i.
2 Alameda S. F-
5 China S. F.
'' fi Siberia Yokohama
" 13 Sieriu. .. ..' Colonies
" 14 Ventura S. F.
" 14 Doric S. F,
" 10 Coptic Yokohama
' 17 Nebraskan S. F,
" 21 Aorangi Colonies
" 22 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 23 Alameda S. F.
" 24 America Maru. .. .Yokohama
" 20 Siberia S. F
Oct. 5 Chiun ." Yokohama
" G Siberia S. F,
" 7 Alameda S. F.
" 13 Sierra S. F.
" 14 Ventura. . . Colonic
" 14 Doric Yokohama
" 10 Coptic ) S. F,
" 21 Aorangi Victoria, B. C,
" 22 Nippon Maru Yohohama
" 24 America Maru S. F.
" 27 Nebrnsttan S. F,
" 28. Alameda S. F.
' " 20 Siberia. Yokohama
THE VON BAMM-YODNfi CO.
We have just received a large assort
ment of the famous HERRING--HALL--IV'.ARVlNlSAFE
GO'S safes These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit atour Hardware Department.
Theo0 H. Davie
WE SAYEIYOU MONEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, $20 AND UP;
MONUMENTS Si HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
Li, FENCE WIRE.
H. E. HENDRICK,
174-17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU
P, O. 027.
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
Irade is specially invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, BIGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
Go 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.
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OUB WORK TELLS THE STORY.'
Wo have the facilities fordoing good
work and wo have the ability to pleaso
Send your films aud plates to us and
not a dolail will be lost in printing or
HonoEulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET , HONOLULU.
Bismark Stable Coup
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THE BISMARK STASLES OF WAILUKO
New Buildings, New Rias, New Teajis, New Magagement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui,
LIVEfSY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS', Carriages,' Bugrtfes and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A NeV System oi Press Buttons.
ivTew and' first ck's rlgancl team.gi.and compbtcntr drjlvor
& Co., Ltd.
BISHOP St., HONOLULU
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