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THE DIG GROCERS, 169 KING STRET
P. O. Box 207 IlOXCLt LU
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
V. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin Cashier
Directors R. A. 'Wad&worth,
D. C. Lindsav.
Transacts a general banking business.
Draws Exchaure on the United
States England, France, Germany,
Canada'. China. Janan and Honolulu.
Makes collection's piomptly and at
reasonable rates. v
ALLOWS INTEREST C& DE
POSITS. Loans-money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
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Hie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of H a wan.
UNDIVIDED PHOFITS 570,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
O. H. Cooke Cashici
C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
Henry AVuterhouse, E. D. Tenney.
.1. A McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
IJ. 1''. Bishop.
'Jinnsact a Generrl Commercial
and Savings RuMness.
Dr. .1. II Raymhu, returned from
Honolulu by Tuesday's Kinau.
W. F. Pogue was at the county
seal on Mondays doing a few politics.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, Lis wilo and
Mr. E. D. Baldwin booked for Maul
on tho Kinau.
Supervisor Jer; . II. CornwellJr.
relumed from Honolulu by Tuesday
F. P. Rosecralis'; Principal of the
Haou Schoni'. HaHioa', came over to
Wailuku on Monday.
tl. C. dv'einien and T. O. Br ten of
liana were passengers on We'dnes
day's boat for home.
George b. boo p'er o .Ha'ria came
over on Monday (o attend lhe,Repub
licau ComtuiUoe meeting.
Auditor D. B. Murdeck of'A. & B.
'came over on Wednesday to spend
Christinas with his family at Paia.
"Anlonir.b" Garcia, who has been
.lUohding St., LouU College came
over on the Kinau lo spend Christmas
a I home.
George Dunn of Lahaina was in
town on Monday, in attendance on the
meeting of the Republican District
Miss Jessie F. Robertson of Santa
Rosa who has spent several months
on the Islands, sailed for the Coast on
Carl Waldcyer, who is now devot
ing Ids whole attention to tunnel
work at the Pioneer Plantation, was
iv visitor at Wailuku last Sunday.
G. W. Ashley who has been assist
ing H. R. Wood of the von Hamm
l'oung Co. in irstalling the Chinese
rice mill left for Honolulu on Monday
night's Mauna Loa.
Superintendent Filler of the Kahu
lui Railroad Co. generously entei-
taiued the employees of the Com
nnay at a luau given at Kahului on
R. C.'Searle of Honolulu, who was
in town on Monday, advertise for sale
a three legged bull calf. Evidently
Dick wants to work out of that, breed
ol slock as soon as possible.,-
ally to rustic up mutters in connection
with the Wailuku lire department.
M. A. T. Hagcnkamp who has
spent several weeks on Maui, went to
Honolulu last Saturday to meet Mrs.
Hagenkamp who had just arrived
from the Coast, and both returned to
Maui on Wednesday.
Mr. James H. Painter went to Ho
nolulu to meet and return to Wailu
ku with Mrs. Painter who had just
returned to Honolulu from a several
month's visit to the coast. Mr. and
Mrs. Painter, accompanied by their
sou who has been attending school
in Honolulu, camo over on Wednes
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
inis name on a
of ihugs or Medi&ihe is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
All first class stores handle
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and beaulifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Sun'gs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co.
t. 571 V TI'tNOLli'.(j
rcuit Cierk W. 1 Coolho wept to
u by thcMauria Eoa .to spend
ristmas holidays, atid incident-
Manll a, Dec. 18. The transport
Kingsley is ashore at Mindanao. It
is believed the ship can be pulled off
witl.out serious damage..
New Orleans, Dec. 18. An impos
ing review ' f worships at this port
will be tho liist event in connection
with the opening of the celebration of
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
San Francisco, Dec.19 The steam
er Del Norte .ihd the schooner Man
Buhno have been in collision oil Hum
boldt bay. The Buln.o sunk and one
inan was drowned.
Antwerp, Dee. 21. The steamship
Finland ujiich sailed from Antwerp,
for New.York is ashore at Niuwens
lulus. Sim lias a thousand passeng
ers aboard and is reported to bo in
n dangerous position.
Antwerp, Dee. 2L The Atlantic
liner Finland; which u'ent. ashore at
Niuwonsluius yesterday', is leaking
badly. The passengers were taken
from the vessel this morning without
St. Johns, Dec. 21. A blizzard is
raging about the coasts of New
Foundland. Several schooners were
wrecked in the storm, and the crews
made thrilling escapes.
New York, Dec. 22. The United
States torpedo boat Winslow was se
riously damaged today by a collision
with a ferry boat.
While no orders have been received
from the Navy Department in Wash
ington giving a definite date for the
departure of tho fleet, bevond the
cable gram which gave the date be
tween Dec. 25 and 30, the impression
prevails among tho officers of the war
vessels that the fleet will certainly not
sail until after Christmas.lt Iseven be
lieved by some of the officers the de
parturo will not bo made before the
end of this month or during the begin
ning of January. The fact that the men
have been paid only their November
and not their December money, lends
color to this theory. Bulletin.
On January 1, 1904, tho Wildor
Steamship Company will despatch
the steamer Maui for Mahukona,
Kawaihae and HamaUua ports, to
connect with the steamer Alameda
sailing on the dae of her arrival at
noon, carrying United States mail,
passengers and freight. The Maui
has recently undergone many changes
and is provided with large, well-venti
lated deckrooms and modern accom
THE YON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD, Agents i
The fiist power rice-mill ever built
on Maui has just been completed at
Wailuku b,v the von Hamm-Young
Co. for (Ke Urn Fong Co. of Wailuku.
Gasoline power us tho motive, und
tho capacity of the mill is two tons
or 4000 lbs. of cleaned rice' every 12
hours. The mill is quite a novel affair,
and a firt yisit to it when running
is apt to set one's head turning, on
account of the immense amount of
whirling belts, pulleys' und wheels in
Described briefly the -paddy is
placed in a hopper from whence it is
oat ricd and fed automatically to the
mill proper, which reirioves and
separates the rice grains from the
husks. Thence it is automatically
curried to the polisher where it is
separated from the rice flour and
thoroughly dusted and ''shined" by
being revolved rapidly in a perforated
uentiifugul. Thence it is fed on to
wire screens which separate the
germs and the dust, leaving the
cleaned rico ready to be sacked.
M r. H: R. Wood of the von Hamm
Young has had charge of the con
struction and initial operation of tho
mill, and handed it over to tho owners
ibis week, but. will remain a few days
to further instruct the Chinese, who
will operate tho mill themselves.
Vessels In Port--Kahului
Mathcw Turner, Treanor, fropi
Doc. 23. S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Dee. 2G, S. S. Maui, Bennett, from
Dec. 23, S. S. Maui Beunfrt. for
Dec. 2(i,' S S. Maul, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
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Burpap and Fire
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We have ust received a large assort-
ment ot the famous HERRING HALL
AiAR-VINiSAFE CO'Sj3a?es. These safes
are considered the very best made. '
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., ;Ltd.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to the full
line of.JHACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
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
; OUB WORK TELLS THE STORY.
s We have the facilities for doing good
- work and we have the ability to please , y -
Z Send your films and plates to us and
Z not a detail will be lost in printing or
i Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Notice. On and after January .1,
1904, through rates on parcels and
packages up to 100 pounds from Hon
olulu to Wailuku1 Depot will be 25
WILDER S. S. CO.,
KAHULUI R. It. CO-
Dec. 2 Gaelic S. F,
" 4 Alameda S. F,
" 5 Doric . . . Yokohama
" 0 Nevadan.:...- S.-F.
"10 Hongkong Maru. : S..F,
" 14 Nippon Maru. . ..Yokohama
15 Siena Colonies
" 1(5 Ventura S. F,
" '18 China ,.S. F,
" 19 Moana Victoria, B. C,
" 22 Siberia Yokohana
" 25 Alameda S. F
" 2(5 Nebraskan S. F,
" 29 Doric S. F,
" 29 Coptic Yokohama
Dec. 1 Nebraskan S. F.
Gaelic... i Yokohama
Doric S. F.
Alameda ,..S. F.
Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
Nippon Maru. ....... S. F,
Sierra S. F.
Nevadan. , . . , , S. F.
Siberia S. F.
optic S. F.
lameda '. ...... .S. F;
amiiia inai mini miBiiwmwwmiiiiii in i n ! i nmmm
smark Stable Company, Ltd.-
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Tkams, New Maoaoement. "--
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to rurl , I
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours; A New System of Press Buttons.
iNew or.d fiist class rigs and teams, and competent driver
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IS VOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR MERCHANDISE" INSURED?
IF NOT? AHY NOT?
IN CASE OF FIRE, WOULD YOU BE A HEAVY
LOSER?. WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD;
General Agents of Tho Insurance Co. of North America.
rue iow jeaianct insurance oo., jlhq wescnestor luro lnS; ji
sunmce Co., Tho Canton Marine lilSuraiip.o Co., Judd iftdfjf AS
Honolulu, H. T,
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