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I MM" ii uw yet raeaay
i ' New "Year's,
,; 3iaWUIiUlJ BON-BONS
1' .' kUMDS &BL1CACIES,
' cban be had at the office of !the
PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bid
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An- A 1
r.: Island News
. . We also have a complete unci up-
'. ;o-dato line of Job Type unil.aro pre-
THE BIG GROCEBS
Tlio Lowers & Cool e
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
V. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. liurkin , Cashier
Directors R. A. "Wudsworth,
D. C. LinJsav. '
We also have a complete and up
;o-dato line of Job
'pared to do
' 'Circulars '
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All v, crLs executed in a
Transacts a general banking bus
mess. ' N
Draws Exchange on the United
Stales, England, France, Gormuny,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu
Makes collections piumplly and at
ALLOWS INTEREST ON T
POS1TS. Lunns money cn approved personal
Special arrtuigrinen'.s with out of
town depositors v hereby their checks
'iil be paid in Honolulu at par.
FI3E INSURANCE! F!RE INSURANCE!
Tho Bank of Hawaii
Incoi poratcd Under tho Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ,570,000.00
Chas.jtf. Cooke President
P. C. Jones .'. .Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Casliiei
F. C. Atherton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Henry "Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
E. R Bishop.
InuiMict a General Commercial
and Savings lousiness.
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MANNER j j ai
Hollister Drue Coo
HONOLULU., Ii. T.
This name cn a Package
of Crags or IMcice is a
guarantee cf the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first ekes stores handle
When in nd pf Printing
oi any I&r.d
V' filYE IS -A CALt-
Some people hkHsei ious.inuoie,
si.ine prefer it othvi Uc, ,
t If you hi;V KC'od, lively, fri.-ky
ragtime, ltli a piuVv-partky-puu
tu;i'siiiin of ivb.inj i atu npuni
meut, tlin Cro.vu phiiio, vwlii buu
, harp and ui.uidmiu etlecis, is
.iht one for you.
It i.i a good, sijund, st-nsiblo
pi,Hio, not to td) tciii triiii oihers
in its cjaM, Imt pros- ilutfleve
and it iitiineili.kteU- n'wvt, fort
tnnu tlistjt-; your feqi tacyplntf'
and yiiit'. li'rs (.uekeriny loiii
Hon. H. P. Duldwiu booked for
Maui by Wednesday's boats
Mr.l Dora von Tempsky returned
to Maui on Wednesday's Claudttito.
W. H. Cornwcllof Waiohuli Rancho
was a visitor to Wailuko on Thursday.
Attorney John Riohardso.i cane
ovir to the ex-county seat on Thursday.
Sheriff Mnldwin was a visitor to
Lahivina on Tuesday, on official bus-
Hon. Wni. White of Lahaina was n
visitor in Wniluku several days this
Mr. A. Enosand A. Enos. Jr. t wore
passensrers to Honolulu by TJiUrsday
niulit's'Mnunn Loa. -
II. L. Rnscnbledt, II. D. Danford
and H. Gorinatt arrived on Maul by
Dr. R. H. Dinefcnr of Puunene paid
a professiaiv.il and business visit to
Wailuku on Wednesday.
Mr. C. T5. Wells, manager of Wai
luku, who spent a week .on Hawaii
elurned on the Mauna Loa.
David Lawrence of David Law
rence & Co., Honolulu tobacconists,
left for the coast on the Korea.
Rt. Rev. IJ'shop Libert arrived on
Wednesday to spend several days at
the Catholic Mission at Wailuku,
Assessor Gcoryo Dunn of Lahai
na was in Wuiluku this week, enquir
ing whero the county seat now is.
Attorney Peter Noah has removed
from Lahaina and resumed the prac
tice of law. a1; his old home in Paia.
E. Morris Lillie of Philadelphia, in
ventor of thu "'Lillie Elfect" is reis
ten d at the Maui Hotel this week.
Mrs, G, 11. Robertson, manager of
the Maui Hoiel, is expected in Wui
luku ny next Tuesdav's Mauna Loa.
W. Lovo of the Manufacturer's
SIt.p Co., Honolulu, has spent a busy
week on Maui, ai'd left for Honolulu
Wm. Green of M. Phillips & Co.,
Honolulu, r pent, n successful week on
Maui, leaving for Honolulu on the
Mr. W. P. Miller, repressing
mill material on the coast, has been
interviewing plantation managers on
Maui this week.
John Bowler, the Honolulu con
tractor, tame over to Wailuku this
week to figure on a contract for the
L. Tobriner and H. E. Hendricks,
both ot' Honolulu, who wore on Maui
iast week, left on' last Saturday's
Claudine for home. i
Engineer M. M. O'Shaughnessy,
who spent the holidays on the coast,
was a passenger toKeanae on Wed
Governor Carter and Secretaiy
Atkinson were passengers by th's
wrok's Kinau to Hawaii on a three
weeks' business trip.
Mr. F. D. Nelson, representing H.
N. Mnrtin & Co., L"inville tobacco
nists is on Mani,i:itr'dncing Martin's
"Navy" chewing tobacco.
Mr. IT. L. RoRonhiedt of McChes-
ney A S"ns is on Maui handling the
I'i'O'ls of his house, and lenves for
Hawaii on Tuesdav's Mauna Loa.
Mr. E, H. Jordan, the Honolulu
contractor, was at Wailuku this
week, looking up the proposition of
bidding on tho new schoolhouse at
Attorney John Richardson, C. T.
Tetzlaff, N. G. Campion and Mr. and
Mrs flalvorsen of T.nhalua were pas
sengers to Honolulu by last Satur
Dr. Wo:ldick lias beon reinstated
as government physician at Wailukr,
and tho other government physicians
on Maui have also been.reussigned to
their former positions.
Looking down Fort Streot yester
day afternoon a beautiful mi rine view
was revealed. A ship in full view
was sailing toward the harbor en
trance across the, line of the street.
Out where the sky meets the ocean a
speck indicated another winged com
merce bearer. Beyond the smooth
strip of harbor in tho foreground, bo-
tweon that and the entering ship, the
flcoey line of breakers on the reef
was defined. Tho scene suggested to
some who viewed it the desirability
of keeping tho foot of Fort Street
forever clear of buildings. When the
old Inter-Island wharf sheds stood
fb ere until lately, the ocean view
from down that thoroughfare was
shut off. Tt is something worth pre
serving to principal business street.
Among steamship men Honolulu i
getting about as bad a reputation for
stowaways as some of the towns along
the Suez Caiial, a place when every
vessel that passes is infetued with
miserable people who are anxious to
get to any other port' in of the vwrld
than around Suez. Hardly a vesssel
leaves Honolulu that does not carry
a stowaway or two. The Alameda
has two watchmen at each gangway
peior to sailiug from this port but de
spite this fact stowaways got aboard.
On the last trip from Honolulu a sailor
stowed away hero and showed up
utter the vessel had been a day at sea
"How did you get aboard?" asked
an officer of him.
"I carried a jsaloon pastenger b
baggage up the gangway for him,"
said the sailor, "and I lid not go
back to the wharf again."
A gang of men tire row engaged
teiving up tho old Inter-Is'and
wharves at the foot of Fort street,
The rebuilding of wharvps and wharf
shods in Honolulu during the past
year has completely changed the ap
nearauco of thu harbor. It is said
that the Oceanic wharf is uow th
most modern oi e here. Iu its wharf
shed between three and four thousand
tons of cago can he stored. With the
addition of a couple more gates the
wharf will be entirely enclosed. Ad
Washington. D. C. Jan. 20. Se-
cretary of tho Navy Moody has pre
seh'ted estimates for tho appropria
tioirof $802,375 for the development
of the Naval Saation at Olongopo in
The S. S. Hawaiian will leave on
Monday and the Mahukonu later in
THE VON HAMM'YOUNfi CO., LTD, Agents!
Vessels ill Port-
Am. Sch. Mahukona,
from Newcastle, coal.
S. S. Hawaiian, Delano, from S
Jan. 20, S. S. Claudine.Parker from
Jan. 21, S. S. Hawaiian', Delano
from S.' F., mdse.
Jan. 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker from
Jn- 18, Am. Sch. Allen A., 2eu
then, for Aberdeen, Wash., in balltst
Jan. 18, Am. Sch. Ariel, Treanor
for Gray's Harbor! in ballast.
Jan. 20, S, S. Claudine, Parker for
Jau. 23, S. . Claudine, Parker for
KILO LA ALANA At M.Uawno,
Maui, Jan. 17, 11)04, by Rtsv. John
Kulii.o, Mr. Jus. N. K. Keola of
Wuiluku uml Mrs. Rita Alana of
OMM ISRFELD ROGERS At the
' residence of the bride in Wailu;y,
Jj:i. i0, 1001, Mr. Frank Somuie;-'-felu
to Mias Elizabeth Rogers. .
Oc eanlc 'lime Table
DATK NAME FROM
Jan., 5 Sonoma Colonies
"-11 American Maru. ..Yokohama
" 13 Siberia S
" 13 Aorangi Coloniei
" 15 Alameda .....S
" 15 Moana Victoria, B. O,
" 1C Korea Yokohama
" 22 Coptiu S.F,
" 23 Gaelic Yokohama
" 2ii Ventura Colonies
" 2(i Nevadan S. F,
" 27 Sonoma S. F,
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OF CALIFORNIA gj
.1 !.!.. . A TTTT A T TT T7TTT71'NTT" ,.,l,!nt. ,, U;. 4'
used to reduce the premium or to increase the face value of the '
policy, at the' option of the insured.
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed paid. up itt
surance. and guaranteed cash surreuder values. ' .
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hayyaih "
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative. i;
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BtTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by fat' the
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands. ,..
agents tor 8TUDEBAKER MFG Co.
,G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
BISHOP St., HONOLULU
A POCKET KODAK
Got a KODAK and join the fresh air
The one represented by illustration ;is
Pocket-Folding No. 3. Price, $17.50'. ;
It takes you out of doors "fo'igrjod,
healthy exercise and is a pleasure,, that
will live' after you have ceased taking
pictures. All sizes and all kinds at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Stable Company, Ltd
THE BiSMARK STABLES OF WAILU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, .Ne MAoagemenT;
The BISMARK STABLES Co. prbpOse to :
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui. If
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLBSj
HACKS, Carriages, Buiiies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
i'Tcw llcI l:i hi class rigs and teams, and competent urii
10 Korea, ...... S F I
" 30 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
5 fconoina'. ', S. F.
" Ii Siena Colonies
" (! Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 8 Miowera Colonies
" 11 America JIaru S. F.-
" 111 Siberia Yqkohana
" 13 Aornngi ..... Vio-ja :G. C. '
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