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P. O. L'r.x 2'7 LONOLt LU
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' C I 1A7 AILUKU
Charles M. Cooke
V. T. Robinson
,;e aeomplete and up-
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Job type and are pre- DilT,.l0l.n A. Wadswo. tl
. . . . ..President
D. C. Lindsav
Transacts a general banking bus
Draws Exchange on the United
States, Em-land, France, Germany,
Canada, China. Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections piomptly and at
roasonan c? raieo. .. . . .
ALLOWS INTEREST 01? DE-;
Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with put of
town depositors whereby their.checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
R. E Pt'plowsUl, wife and child ie-
ui ni'il froln Honolulu on the Maui.
Umi. W. 'P. 'Haiti ot Hnna arrived
from Honolulu by luesdny's Mnuna
Manager Glbb. and wife of Olowiilu
ere returning passengers ortAbe
EugitieerJ. N. S. Williams of Puu-
i ne returned from Honolulu on this
iffK s juuuna L,ua.
Rev. E. Thuing, Chinese and Jap
nese missionary ariived on Maui by
II. T. Hayselden of Lahaina islted
Henoliilu by last Saturduy'ssteamer,
eiurtnng on xut-uay.-DistrictAltornev
elect John Rich-
ndson of Lahaina was a visitor at
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ttauuKuon y euucouuy.
l-'atlier .nilien ot inc oainonc uns
ion, Wailuku, came over frouiyilon-
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nuiu on ine iiuuu uuu
Mr. and Mrs. H. 15. Penhallow, who
ave been visiting Honolulu, return
eil by Wednesday's Maui.
W. E. Dovereux of M. S. Grinbauni
& Co. was on Maui this week looking
liter the trade of hi house.
Attorney A. F. Tavares.of Muka
ao, .vho has been to Honolulu, re
lumed on Tuesday's Mauua Loa
The ensiauemenl of MUs Matild'.i
Gomes of Honolulu to Anthony J.
Gomes of Paia has been announced.
Mrs. C. B. Olsen and her son Ryder
V. Olsen of Lahaiini returned from
ii visit to Honolulu, on tho Mauna
Cashier C. D. Lufkiir of the First
National Bank, Wailuku, visittd Hon
olulu on Saturday, returning on Wednesday.
General McArthur arrive in Hon-
The tuir '"Leslie Baldwin" which
has been tu Honolulu some , time,
iiiiflnrifMiiit reiiairs. returned to
Kaliulul on Tuesday morning.
The Kinau was sotun hours late
arriving at. Maui this week from
Honolulu, not. having left that port
until 5 o'clock p. m. on Tucsdv,
being hold over lo give visiting mem
bers of the Plantf i s' Association an
opportunity to remain throughout
San Francls-ro, Nov. 23. The
French bark Francois Coope, bound
from Newcastle to San Francisco, was
wrecked near Point Reyes. Five
members of the crew were rescued.'
Thirteen men are still missing.
The Francois Coppo was a French
bark, commanded by Cnptutn Vrlnje.
undone of the fleet of bounty earners.
Tho vessel sailed from Newcastle,,
Australia on September 4 with a
cargo of coal for San Francisco. She
was of 1728 tons register.
San Frat.chco, Nov. 24. Four
other survivors ot the French ship
Coppee have landed The theory of
a mutiny is now discredited.
Berlin, Nov. 23. Violent storms
are reported in the North sea. Sev
eral wrecks have already been re
ported and the loss of life is believed
to be heavy.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAMM-YOUNfi CO., LTD, Agents
Burglar and Fire
We have just received 'a large assort
ment of the famous HERRING II ALL--MARVIN-SAFE
CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very bust made.
The public are invited to inspect, the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H Daviess Co., Ltd.
The ATTENTION of the The Maul
trade is specially invited to the full
line of HACKS, IHTGGIES, RUN-
Tiiienns Avers. Nov. 2.5. A war
ship has arrived hero with the res
cued members of the Nordcuskjold'
Belfast Nov. 22. The. White. Star ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
liner Baltic tho largest sleamer in by
,th- world, has been launched .it lira
port. She is a vessel of 39,800 tons
Washington. Nov. 23. Admiral
olulu this week from the Coast to in- Robley D. Evans, commander of the
spect military reservations and coast United States naval fleet on the
As'atic Station, Will personally com
mand tho battleship and cruiser
quadron which is to visit Honolulu.
Washington, Nov. 21. Rear Ad
miral Cotton has been ordered to
Withdraw his fleet from Beirut, its
retention there being unnecessary.
Mr. George V.'eight, of HoU'mfln &,
Weight, Wailuku, left for HjAiolulu
by last Saturday's boat, to servo as
Manager H. A. Baldwin, who has
been attending the meeting of, the
Planters' Association in Honolulu.
Great consternation pre veiled among
the passengers for a time, but they
were all rescued without serious
Incorporated Under tile Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS '70,1)00.00
"has. M. Cooke President
H. C. Jones Vice-President
II. Cooke Cashiei
C. Atherton Assistant Cashiei
Fe.nry Wateriiouse, E. D. Tenney,
A Mcunnu'.css, U. Ii. AUiertou
. 1''. Hislioo.
'I i si'isiict. a Genercl Commercial
nd Savings Business.
eturned on the.Mauna Loa
T. A. Llovd and Fred Watcrhousc via Honolulu", sti
hnlui wore nassencers to Hon- entrance to the h
olulu by the Maui,lastSaturday after
noon, returning on ednesday.
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manager j. iv. mvyvi T. ctpnmRhin RUtTered
rr.-m.,!.,., i uii"v"j. 1-
bill; lb utllilUKi:.
The S. S. Ncvadan is expected at
- I T?l...l,.l nna.la i T n .1 tVI It fit
W. R. Ciistlo of Honolulu stopped """"""J
over on Maui ironi iiavrau on rnuj
morning, anil alter aiienaing uimu
Holli ster Drug Co
HONOLULU, II . T
This name on k Package
'4 Ptijs or Medicine is
jrnarantee of the SUPERIOR
DUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
G. 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. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
Victoria. B. C.
c Nov. 25 -The wwwwwwiTOWwwnrw mmwmifrwwflr w wwb
i, from Australia, , B
uck a rock at the DeVGiOpmg
arbor this morning. , rS
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Plantation came over on
eetMrs. Meyers who ariived from
Honolulu by Wedneday's Maui.
Court matters on Saturday, left on -
the Maui for Honolulu.
Sheriff elect Win. Whllo of Lahai
na was a visitor to nonoiuiu oy iuai
oaturday's Maui, where he took the
oath on Monday morning, before Chief
Justice Freai ,as Sheriff of the Couuty,
Manuel Ross of the Puunene Post
Ollice, who was indicted by the .red
Veesels in Port-
Nov. 23. S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Nov. 28, S.. S. Maui, Bennett, from z
OUB WORK TELLS THE STORY.
We have the facilities fordoing good
. . . work and we have the ability to please ,
Send your films and plates to us and
not a detail will be lost in printing or
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Nov. 25, S. S. Maui Ben net, for
era! grand ury for embezzlement, Hana
plead guilty, and was sentenced by
Judge Dole to one year s imprison
ment and a fine in the sum equalling
the amount of money embezzled,some-
thing over $800.
Nov. 28, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Nov. 3 Sonoma Colonies
s of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beuulifu collection
of old and' Kf w Hawaiian Song
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.30, postpaid. Order
direct, from the publishers, tho
Bergstrom Music Co.
Editor Maiu News.
Sir: In this morning's issue of
your paper I ste a reprint of an ar
tide fiom tho Side Lights on the
beauties of Halcakala written by Mr,
D. T. Fleming of Paia. Tne article
in question is fairly well written aud
if spread broadcast would unquestion
ably be tho means of helping tourist
travel to this fair land of Kama
In the lat ter part of the article in
question, tho writer alluded to Paa
Kaoao (should be Pa-o-Kaoao or the
Wall of Kaoao) or Fortified Hill, ano
furthei slated that on this hill stood
a smull fort, held by one of Maui's
chiefs, who was slain bravely defend
iug tho rude stiucture against the Nov
Knrnehameha met no resistance at
Haleaknla. Again, if Mr. Fleming
referred to Kaoao, as, tho' brave de
fender, facts do not sustain him, for
Kaoao, Maui's once Chief Warrior or
Pil Kaua was already smouldering in
the dust having been slain by his own
jealous brother, Holaniku. Being one
of the few living direct descendants
of Kaoao, I wish this distorted his
torical fact rectified.
Jas. N. Kaoaokai.ani Keola
Wailuku, Maui; Nov. ,21. 1003;
" 3 Korea Yokohama
" 4 Sierra S. F.
" Nevadan S. F.
" 7 Coptic S. F.
" 10 Gaqllc Yokohama
" 13 Alameda S. F.
" 17 America Maru S. F.
" 17 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
" 18 Moana Colonies
" 21 Nebraskan S. F.
" 21 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 24 Korea S. F.
" 24 Ventura Colonies
" 25 Sonoma S. F.
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teajis, New MAGaoement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Bules and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
isc'w urd fast, class rigs and (.earns, nnd competent uvivei's
" 27 China Yokohama
3 Sonoma S. F.
3 Korea , S. F.
' 4 Siena , Colonics
" 7 Coptic Yokohama'
" 10 Gaelic S. F.
" 14 Nevadan S. F
" 17 America Maru. ...Yokohama
" 17 Hongkong Maru. , S, F.
" 18 Alameda .S. F.
" 18 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 21 Aorangi Colonies
" 24 Korea Yokohama
" 24 Ventura S. F
" 2j gononia. .' Colonics
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