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Generally on Maui, Lewis it Co.,
Leading Grocers of the
present thcii full CATALOGUE
anil would ask to submit your
Fancy Articles; Cigarsjoilei
Articles, Perfumes, Cutlery,
Kitchen Utensils, Casket
Ware etc., etc.,
Sole Agents LOWNBV'S CELEBRATED
Freight Prepaid on Order? over $20.
fHE BIG GROCERS. 169 KING STRET
P. O. Box 207 IJONOLt LU
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke Presiden
'V T. Pri insor Vieo Pr".idei
C. D. Jiufkin ,. .Cashier
' Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. 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
LortiVs 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!
ie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
the licpublic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
H. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Henry Wnturhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A MeCandless, C H. Atherton
E. F. Bishop.
Tiansnct 'a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T
This nafiiemi a Package
of Efrugs 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 benuiifu rolloottoir'
of old im! new Hnwnlian Songs
and Iluhts. Pome never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, ST. 550, postpaid. Order
direct from, he publishers, the
Bergsfroai Music Co,
Hon. H. P. Baldwin is exneeted Ui
eturn from the Coat-tlTfs week.
A. A. Qraymor Was" a passcngei
by last Saturday's Maul to Honolulu.
E, P. Dole and Vi. L, Mu. Catrlla.-s
left for tho Coast on Wednesdays
ttorney James L. Coke returned
from Honolulu on Tuesday night's
H. C. dvcnde'ii of 'liana was a
passenger to Honolulu by last Sat
Supervisor elect Kauniuakuole ol
liana is in Wailuku attending the
Mr. and i'rs. C. T. Tetzlull of La-
liaina spent teveral days in Wailuku
during the present week.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin ,of the Wai
luktl Bank is moing into his hew
residence at the parsonage.
Robt. Catton, of Catton & Keill,
Honolulu wUs on on Maui last week,
caving on Saturday's boat.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Pullen, who have
been bpeuding a week on Maui, le.ft
on Tuesday's Kiuau for Hawaii.
LiLshop Keslarick was booked to
rnveiu Honolulu from San Franeisc:
hst Wednesday, on the Ventura
Sheriff elect V'in. White drove ovei
to Wailuku on Thursday morning, to
attend the home iuIo prathering.
District Attorney-elect Richardson
f Luhuiiiu is in 'Wailuku on utter,
lance ut the home rule consultation
D.ivid Crnwell and Clement Growell
have rented the Tao Hotel, and will
upy u on Januarj' i, as a lodging
V. A. Vetlesen of the Maui Drug
Store has received a beautiful lino of
Christmas curios. Call and examine
J. R.' Meyer?, manager of Huelo
Plantation, spent a couple of days in
Wailuku during the early part of the
Mr. W. A. Baldv.in and wife came
uown irom the uoaston tne.oarK I'lint
reaching Honolulu lastv Sunday, 24
H. H. Scovel, representing a San
Francisco house, wa3 in town last
Saturday and left for Honolulu that
Judge Ivahaulelio and his two sons,
the assessor and county clerk elect
were passengers by last Saturday's
Maui to Honolulu.
Principal McDonald of Lahainaluna
who has for some time been wrestling
with the dengue, is much better, and
able to bo at work.
C. Kaiser ol Hyman Bros., Hon
olulu, came over on Tueday's Kinau
and stockad up his trade with Christ
mas orders ldaving for Honolulu last
A. Gartley, general Manager of
the Hawaiian Electric Co., Honolulu
has been visiting' Wailuku this week
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B
Wray Taylor called on Bishop Res
tarick in New York, and claims that
he left San Francisco for England in a
fit of mental aberration, which is quite
Frank Armstrong of Castle
Cooke, who visited Maui last week to
attend at the deathbed and funeral of
his brother, returned to Honolulu
last Saturday afternoon.
H. B. "Weller, former station agent
at Wailuku has been promoted to ihe
position of yard master at Kahului
and has been succeeded by Mr
Mountcastle as local agent.
Miss Emily Babb of the Alexander
House calls attention In the local
column of this week's issue to
shawl and fan found and desire th
owners to call for teem.
W. T. Robinson and Dr. W.
Boote have been appoiuted by Judge
Kalua a jury comuiissloness for th
second Judicial District nuu are cn
gaged m eompeling the jury list.
Mr. A. J. Lvoiv of tho Lyon Bool,
Store, Honolulu, stopped off (in Maui
from Hawaii this week with a com
pleto line of book; i samples; Afto
working central zam he le
th's afternoon's boat.
E. II. Bailey, for m&ny years In
spector of Port at Kahillui has re
signed his position, nnd Mr. W. O.
Aiken of Paia has been appointed to
succeed him on tho first of January.
Mr. Bailey expresses it as his iuteu
tioii to leave foivthe Coast shortly.
Hereafter the Novadan will carry
aeels from Kahului to San Fran-
sco ana from aan rrancisco io
Kahului at greatly reduced rates,
hieh will prove a great convenience
to the people of Maui. Parcel rates
ill bo as follows; 10 lbs. oi under,
50, 10 to 20 lbs. $.75; 20 to 50 lbs.,
1.25; 50 to 75 lbs. $1.50, and Increns-
I weights in like proportions, with
per cent for valuation, on parcels
nlucd at $50.00 and over.
London, Dec. 14. The British Ad
miralty ollice has issued a new rcg-
lation which establishes an agolimit
for officers in the navy, and insures
their elimination to make way for
ounger men. 'Ihe order will permit
the promotion of a number of the
ounger olllcers. There has been much
complaint because of tho English
policy of keeping officers on I he "active
list after they had outlived their use
The wind was blowing to strong oh
shoro at Maalaea Bay on Tuesday
vening that It was with extreme
ifficutly that the boats made the
wharf. One boat was out three hours,
and would have been blown to sea, if
t had not been picked up.
Seoul, Korea, Dec. 11. Japanese
warships landed marines a Mokpho
today to suppress riotous Koreans.
t is anticipated that serious com
ulicatious will result from the action
of Japan in assuming authority in
The S. S. Hawuii, Bennett, touch,
d at Kahului on Sunday morning
and loaded 35,000 feet ot flume lum
ber for the Honokowal ditch of the
Pioneer Mill Co., Lahaina. The lum
ber was unloaded at Honolua.
Among the vessels expected in
Kahului are the S. S. "American,'
the sch. Matthew Turner" from New
castle, the sch. "Allen A." from
Eureka and the sch. Rosamond from
The Asiatic cruisers were expect
ed to arrive at Honolulu on Thursday
of this week, aud the battle ships a
few days later. They will probably
emain in Honolulu over the holidays.
Cartagena, Dec. 12. Colombia has
emived tho shipping ban on trade
with the isthmus.
Washington, Dec. 12. The torpedo-
boat destroyers Perry and Paul Jones
have been ordered from Mare Island
Victoria, Dec. 11.
-H. M. S. Flora
has been floated.
Vcesels in Port--KahuIui
Ma the w Turner, Treanor, from
Dee. 10, S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Dec. 1G, Am. Sch. Mathew Turner
Treanor, 70 days from Nercastle
Dec. 19, S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
l(i, S. S. Maui Beunet.
Dec. 10, S. S. Maul, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FKOM
Dec. 2 Gaelic , S. F.
" 4 Alameda S. F.
" 5 Doric Yokohama
" 9 Novadan S. F.
" 10 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 15 Siena Colonies
"'10 Ventura : .S. F.
"18 China S. F.
" 19 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 22 Siberia Yokohana
'"25 Ahimeda S. F.
" 2(5 Nebraska!!.., ..V.S. F.
" 29 Doric. S. F.
" 29 Coptic. . ... ...Yokohama
Dec. 1 Nebraskau S. F.
" 2 Gaelic '. Yokohama
" 5 D.irlc... S. F.
" . 9 Ahimeda S. F.
" 10 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
" 14 Nippon Maru. . . .'. . S. F.
" 15 Sierra S. F.
" 1G Ventura Colonies
' 19 Nevadan
." 19 Moana
l 22 Siberia
" 29 Doric.
" 30 Alameda
. . , .Colonies
urts Bagasse rurnace
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD, Agents!
Burglar and Fire
We have just
ment oY the famous IIERRING--HALL--MARVIN
SAFE GO'S safes. These safes
arc considered the very bust made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
TSieo 11. DaviesSr Co., Ltd.
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to the full
lino of HACKS, BPGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-whcelcrs carried
G. Schumann, Ltd,
"NrtW lnnn.tff! itvllip Alnvnnrlni Winner TSnilflint nn1 lirwinr hv f?it Hinfa
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP Sr., HONOLULU
OUB "WORK TELLS THE STORY.
We have the facilities fordoing good (
work and we have the ability to plcaso ,ir ,
Send your films and plates to us and
not a detail will-be lost in printing or
Honolulu Photo Supply Go-
NEW STORE ON FORT STREE'J , HONOLULU.
THE B1SMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rios,
The BISM ARK STABLES Co. propose to rui?
the Leading" Livery Stable Business, on Maui'. .
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Bugio6 and Saddle Horses .
at all Hours. A Now System of Press Buttons.
iNGv und first class rigs
FIRES FIRIS FIRE!
IS YOUR PROPERTY, .IIOUSBHOLD,
GOODS OR MERCHANDISE INSURED?
H!R NOT? WHY NOT?
IN CASnoF FIRE, WOULD YpU BE A HEAVY ' -LOSER'.'
WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE- POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTDI
General Agents of Tho Insurance Co of North America,
The Now Zealand Insurance Co., The Weschestor Mro In-,
suranco Co., Tho Canton Marino Insurance Co., Juld Bldg
iHouolulu, H. T.
received a lare assort
New Teams, New Maoaqement.
and teams, nnd competent drivevj
t siaose ioft!pany? im
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