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:an be had at the office of the
W'c also have a complete and up
Jo-dato line of .Job Type and. are pre'
pared to. dp,
All wcrLs executed in a
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of any kind
To Our Patrons mid the Public
Generally on Maui, D. Lewis
& Co,, the undersigned
Leading Grocers of the
present tlieii fall CATALOGUE
and would ask to submit your
I prices- on
Fancy Articles, Cigarsjoilet
Articles, Perfumes, Cutlery,
Kitchen Utensils, Basket
Ware etc., etc.,
Sole Agents LOWNEl'S CELEBRATED
Freight Prepaid on Outers over $20.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
The Big Grocer, 169 King St.
P. O. Box 207 HONOLULU
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
CD. Lufkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
Dt C. Lindsay.
Transacts a general banking bus
iness. Draws Exchange on the United
States, England, France, Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes' cppctjpns ptomptiyand at
ALXPVYS. TEREST ON, pE
POSITS. Loans money pn 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
tho Republic of Hawaii.
USS UL VIDIUD FUUF1TS 70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones '. .Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashioi
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Henry "Waturhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton,
B. K Bishop.
Tinnsnet a Goner?! Commercial
and Savings Business. ,
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of Article.
All first class stores handle
our goods. v
Songs of 'Hawaii
In Bcok Fcrm
A rare and beautifu colfection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas, frme i.'ever before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, Sl.fiO, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, tho
Bergstrom Music Co.
Per mum) iMcntlon.
Col. Cnrnwell and wife booked on
Tuesday steamer for Maul.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin left last week
for a thnrt trip to the Coast.
P.' E. Lamar was a visitor to Ho
nolulu by Monday night's Mauna Loa.
Billy Green of, M. Phillips & Co.
has spoilt a buy and happy week
G forgo W. Wilbur of Kaluanui was
in town last Tuoiday on a brief bus
C. W. Dickey and Roi. G. L. Pear
son arrived op' Maui by Wednesday
Attorney Thos. K. Pa of Peahi was
a visitor in Wailuku during the early
part of, the week.
Father Julien of the Catholic Mis
sion at Wailuku leaves for Honolulu
by this afternoon's Maui.
W. A. Bailey ormer sugar boiler
at tho Wailuku mill is over from
Honolulu on a visit to Maui.
Cliariie Graham and J. H. Fuller,
salesman of tho Honolulu Iron Works,
have spent tho week on Maui.
Attorney N. W. Aluli and Hon. S.
Kellinoi wore passengers by last
Saturday's Maui to Honolulu.
Hon. S. E. Kaiuc and county clerk
plcct D. H. Kahaulelio visited Hono
lulu by last Saturday's steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Robertson,
who' have been visiting on Maui, re
turned to Honolulu last Saturday.
Chas. McGonagle, of Benson, Smith
& Co. the Honolulu druggists was reg
istered at the Maul Hotel this week.
Auditor Movers completed the au
dit!, ig of the books of tho A'arlous of
fices at Wailuku and has returned to
A. Jackson, the big-armed pitcher'
of the Morning Stars returned tfiis
week from a several months' vif in
Surveyor S. M. Kanakanui and
Mr. Wright, his assistant, have fin
ished their work on Maui and left last
week for Honqlulu.
U. S. Marshal Hendry has been on
Hawaii summoning legislators as
witnesses in the lost voucher matter,
before tho errand iurv.
M. M. O'Shaughnessy, suporvising
engineer of tho tunnelling workjfn
the big ditch, has gone to the coast,
to remain until after the holidays.
Mr. J. R. Bergstrom was joiued by
his wife from Hawaii on last Saturday
morning and on Saturday afternoon
they left on the Maui for Honolulu.
Mr. M. M. Johnson, of Wichman &
Co., the Honolulu jewelers, has done
a land office business on Maui, and
left for Honolulu by last night's
Harry E. Picker, agent of the Pac
ific Mutual Life Insurance Co., spent
a busy and profitable week on Maui,
Ipaving for Honolulu by lest, night's
Donald J. McKay, travelling man
for Folger & Co., S. F., came oyer
from Uawnii on Monday night's Mau.
na Loa and spent the rest of the
week on central Maui.
Fred Waterhousc has taken T. J.
Walsh's place in the Kahului f&ore
during the absenco of the latteN to
the coast. Mr. Walsh is expected,
back on tho return trip of tho Nev
adaii. LAIIAINA LINES.
Last Saturdcy evening three sail
ors applied for lodgings at tho La
haina Hotel. Mrs McCann eould not
receive them, ana they left the prem
ises. Not long 'afterwards a fire
biokeout in one of the unoccupied
rooms. The flames were extinguished
before much damage was done.
The Knights of Pythias (Hawaiian
Branch) gavo a luau last Saturday
evening at their Lodge room in Goo
Lip's biiil'llng.The guests afterwards
attended a dance at tho Courthouse,
Mrs. VetleFon's birthday was cel
ebrated last, W.'dnpsday evening.
A game of progressive euchre with
liberal prizes was the chief attraction.
Mrs. Lindpr of Kona was enter
tained by Mrs. Olsen recently.
Mr. Hanebt'rg lias left the Kana
pa'i rai.ch, and is on his way to Ger
many. Mrs. Ford will soon open the La
haina Emporium, with afarge &tck
of attractive goods. Ico creanwill
be served two or three times every
wchU. , 4
'Mr. ' Molony was assailed with
stones by irate Orientals last week.
One of his wounds required several
The Nevadan which arrived in
Kahulul last Saturday morning
brought about GOO tons of miscel
laneous freight, and sailed directly
for San Francisco on Monday even
ing. She will sail from San Francisco
again on November 23rd, a week
earlier than her schedule time, owing
to tho fact that tho Nebraskan will
omit her next rogular run.
The Erskino M. Phelps sailed Nov
ember 5 for Delaware Breakwater.
She had 5100 tons of sugar, the last
of the 1903 crop. Captain Graham
shipped a now crow here for the trip
around the Horn. Advertiser.
Welch fc Co. of San Francisco are
preparing to compete with the
American-Hawaiian S'.camship Co.
in carrying sugar from Hawaii to
New York. Welch & Co. will add
steamers to their lino of windjammers
now used for sugar cargoes, and the
prospect of two big shipping con
cerns battling over the raw product
of tho Hawaiiau cane Holds will be
watched with interest. Welch &, Co.
have chartered tho American steam
ers Conemaugh and Pennsylvania
and the American ship Henry Villard
for this purpose. Tho Villard recent
ly left Newcastle for Honolulu with a
cargo of coal.
San Francisco, Nov. 9. Terrific
gales have been working havoc with
shipping along tho coast. The steam
er Charles Nelson was wrecked off
Astoria. She became waterlogged
and crew and passengers were com
pelled to take to the small boats.
They rachad land only after the most
thrilling experiences. No lives are
The Kinau found the bay too rough
yesterday to laud at the wharf. She
made the attempt, but one or two
severe bumps made her pull awa3'.
She auchored off tho mouth of Waia
kea river and sent the passongers u-
shore in small boats. The first boat
load with the mail sacks, wen tup the
Waickea river and almost capsized
just bolow the bridge. A big comber
sent it half over, throwing the Kinau
freight clerk and Charles Akau out.
Several other big breakers followed
until it was a question whether the
mail would be landed dry. NothiDg
was lost except a small hand bag
belonging to a passenger. Tribuue.
On Thursday morning the Maui
returned from Hana to Kahulul to
take on board a number ot Japanese
who had been brought to Kahului the
same morning from Honolulu on the
Kauilani. The Maui then returned
Vessels In Port Kahulul
Nov. 11, S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Nov. 14, S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Nov. 9, S. 8. Nevadan, .Weedon, for
S. F., direct.
Nov. 11, S. S. Maul Rennet, for
Nov. 14, S. S. Maul, Bennett, for
Oceanic Tjme Table.
DATE NAME FIIOM
Nov. 3 Sonoma Colonies
' 3 Korea .Yokohama
" 4 Sierra S. F.
" "t Nevadan . . ,.S. F.
'J 7 Coptic S. F.
" 10 Gaelic Yokohama
" 13 Alameda S. F.
17 America Maru S. F.
" 17 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
" 18 Moana .".Colonies
" 21 Nebraskan S. F.
" 21 Aorangl Victoria, B. C.
" 24 Korea S. V.
" 21 Ventura Colonies
" 25 Sonoma S. F.
" 27 China Yokohama
Nov. 3 Sonoma S. F.
- " 3 Korea ;...S. F.
' 4 Siena v Colonies
" 7 Coptic Yokohama
" 10 Gaelic S. F.
" 14 Nevadan S. F.
" 17 Amorica Maru. .. .Yokohama
" 17 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 18 Alameda S. F.
" 18 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 21 Aorangi Colonics
"'24 Korea Yokohama
" 24 Ventura S. F.
" 25 Sonoma Colonies
".27 China ,.,S.F.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAlttYOUNG CO., LTD, Agents
Burglar and Fire
We have Just received a largo assort
ment of the famous HERRING HALL
. AiARVINlSAFB CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Daviess Co., Ltd.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and ' two-whcelcrs carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG. Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
II Printing 3
l! for i
H Amateurs ji
OUB WORK TELLS THE STORY. j5
Wo have the facilities fordoing good 3
. work and we have tho ability to please 3
P Send your films and plates to us and 2
ZZ not a detail will bo lost in printing or 2
y developing. 3
i Honolulu Photo Supply Co. 1
g' NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rias, New Teams, NewI Maoagement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable. Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at ail Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
iN'ew end first class rigs
THE .FIDELITY INSURANCE CO., LTtt
Capital Stoclc $100,000
Tlioonly Hawaiian Company authorized
This Company will act as
Surety Bonds on all Approved Plans. j
Persona holding positions of trust whero Bonds are required, 'either ns Clerks, County
OfflclHls.or in CouitT I'uoukeoings, as Admlnlatrntors, Guiirdtflrts, Executors, Receivers,
etc., or Liquor License, can avoid asUIns their friends to bo their IIo.ndssmn by applying to
any of tho following Local Agents of the Company.
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l. m. veuesen, Lanaina; u. h. uase, wailuku; W. 0. Aiken, Pala; N. Omsted, Hana;
H. R. Hitchcock, Pukco, Molokal.
HAMAI III II TWirrCTMPXtT1
BISHOP St.; HONOLULU
and teams, nml compotont driver
to tsunoSuroty Douds under tho now liisuranca
rr innn n 1 i