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Charles M. Coalco President
W. T. Hobinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin 'J Cashie.i
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town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
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Incorporated Under tho Laws
the Kcpubhc of Hawaii.
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Chas. M. Cooke President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
O. H. Cooko Cashier
P. (T At.liortnn Acicf iint. f!ncl-n.r
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tennev.
J. A. McCandless. C. H. Atherton.
13. V. Bishop.
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and Savings Busine.-;.
Hollister Drug Co
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r All first class stories handle
L. R.. Crook was a visitor to Hon
olulu by last week's Kinau,
Mrs. W. H. Cortiwell, Sr. camo
over to Mammon Tuesday's Kinau.
Mr. Rosenbledt, of McChcsney &
Son, has been on Maui this week,
Mr. Thos. K. Pa of Pcahlhas been
appionled Pound master at Huclo.
L. vonTempsky of Makawao paid
a business visit to Wailuku on Wednesday.
Mrs. W. E. Bcckwith of-Haiku re
turned from Honolulu by Wednesday's
M. D, F. Nelson, representing a
St. Louis tobacco house, leu on Won
day for Lahaina.
E. Mon is Lillie, the Philadelphia
contractor left by Tuesday night s
Kinau for Huwaii.
John Bowler andT..ll. Jordan, con
tractors, left fur Honolulu by last
G. H. Pirelli, travelling man for E.
O. Hall & Son is stockiug up Maui
merchants this week.
Rev. D. K. White, Mrs.. Anderson
and child were booked for Mani on
Wednesday's Claudine. '
Paul Jarret, the stockman, va6 on
Muni tliis week, with Robert Shingle
of the Waterhouse Co.
Judge Sanford B. Dole and Treas
urer A- N. Kepoikai were passengers
to Hawaii on Tuesday's Kinau.
Rev. Canon Weymouth of Lahaina
attended the Episcopal convention in
Honolulu returning on Tlnr.day.
Mr. L. M. VeUeteu 'Of Lahaina
came over to Wailuku on Wednesday
and spent several days on central
O. Atwood of HotTschlager & Co.
Innnoucces his arrival on Maui next
jweek, and will be due in Wailuku
Joaquim Garcia, formerly with the
Kahului Railroad Co, has acdepted a
position in the First NationalTiank of
Mr. Carl Waldeycr of Lahaina, was
a visitor to Wailuku last Sunday, re
turning to Lahaina at early candle
light on Monday. '
Jas. L. Coke was elected Chief and
Jns. N. K. Kcohv Secretary of 'the
Fire Company organized in Wailuku
j'ist Monday evening.
Land Commissioner J. W. .Pratt
ame lo Maui this week to look after
government land affairs, and his trip
included a visit to Polipoli springs.
Mrs. Dora von Tenipsky and party
returned from Houolulu by Tuesday's
Claudine. luuding at Lahaina, whence
thev returned overland to Makawao.
Geo. O. Cooper of Hana has sever
ed his connection with Grinbaum &
Co., and has been succeeded by Mr.
Georogo Watt, formerly of Kahului.
.Ned Krueger, the big-armed Maui
pilcher, has received an otTertogoto
Honolulu and pitch for the Maile
Ihmas during the coming ball season.
' Thosteamer Claudine on her arrival
fronivMaui' ports yesterday morning
got mixed up- with the mid channel
buoy and) as a result, had to send her
passengers and mail ashore in boats.
Captain Parker, of tho Claudine,
places tho blame for tho accident on
the dredger vvhioh is-at present work-
itig in tho channcli
Parker says that he gave the usual
warning of four whistles for the
dredger people to get clear. He
then went ahead slowly as it was
quite dark. When tho Claudine was
close to the dredger tho tender sig
nalled for the steamer to pass tolee-
iward of hor. There were no lights on
tho dredger visible to tho Claudine
and tho positiou left so little room
for maneuvering that tho Claudine
Would have run down the tender had
she obeyed the signal.
To avoid this, the Claudine backed
running hoi stern right into the mid
channel buoy. Parker immediately
gave the full-stop bell which was
promptly obeyed. Nevertheless the
propeller blade wrapped a part of the
buoy chain around it andlalso jerked
tip the anchor.
The Claudine anchored and sent her
ipassengers ashore in boats. Later
(on the Fearless towed the Claudino
ihto port. Tho buoy chain and anchor
were still attached to the steamer's
A cablegram was received hero
yesterday stating that the Jap liner
American Maru had sailed from Sau
Francisco. Her trip to tho Orient
tins time will' only extend to Ynko
hama and Kobe,, and at tho latter
point she is to be put in service as
Japanese troop ship. Advertiser.
Japan has named tho two cruisers
she recently purchased from the Ar
gentine Republic, the "Nisshin" and
th "Kasuga." They are now en
route to Japan and are being handled
by Britisli crew. They are expected
to arrive m Japan early in February
, President Alberger of the .Nippon
California Tourist Company hasnoti
, fied tho Hawaii Promotion Committee
that his company is meeting with
favorable returns in booking tourists
for its first tour to Hawaii which J
scheduled to leave San Francisco on
January 30, the party arriving here
Rev. Cnnon Ault of Wailuku left
for Honolulu by' last Friday night's
Mauna Loa to attend to church af
fairs, returning on Tuesday's steam
D. TI. Kahaulelio announces him
self .in advance as candidate for
senator from Maul on thelhome rule
ticket. Kalei has ;iot yet been heard
Cashier Chas. D. Lufkin of the First
National Bank of Wailuku was a pas
si'nger on Saturday's 'Claudine for
Honolulu, returning on Wednesday
Some people like serious music,
some prefer it otherwise.
If you lil;o good, lively, frisky
ragtime, with u pinlfv-panky-poo
buggesiiin of a, buuj.t accompani
ment, llm Crown piano, ,wit!i ban
jo, harp uud'inaudoliu effects, is
thi' ono for you. ,
"II Ij .. o.....,,l Jl.l.-.
W piano, not to be ti'ld from others
1 in its class, but press Hie K-vn1
and 'it'lnimediutel.y givvh furl
tune that hrK your feoi tupping,
und yoU'i; lips puck e ring lor a
IBergsta Music Co.
43ux 57G, IIumilvmj
Mrs. E. Shearer of Yreka, Cal,,
and her daughter Mrs. D. B. Worth
ing ton or Ueloit, Wisconsin, aro
viMling Wailuku as the guests of
Mrs. G. B. Robertson,
Captain Clark and Hull Inspectois
wiiitney ai.rt Liehners. camo over
from Hawaii by last Saturday morn
ing's Kinnu and spent tho day at
Kahului, leaving for Honolulu on the
The iuariiu(.e of Gertrude Kilia,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II
King of Waih-ku to William Searle of
linuolua is tuiiiouuced fur February
13, at the Cliuich of the Holy Inno
Mrs. G. B. R 'Lcrtson returned to
Honolulu from 'the coast b,y Wed
nebdav's Sonoma, and loftor Wai
luku 'the samo uftornc6'u on the
Lehua reaching hero syt C o'clock
Thursday availing by thi way of La
Vessels in Port Kahului
Am. Sch. Mahukona, Mars tors
from Newcastle, coal.
Am. bch. Rosamond, i''crnald, Irom
S. S. Nevadan, Green, from S. F,
Jun 23, Am. Sell. Rosamond, For
nald, 25 days from Tacoma, lumber,
Jan. 27, S. S. Claudlno,Parkor from
Jan. 29, S. S. Nevadan, GYcen,from
Jan.30, S. S. Claudine, Parker from
Jan. 24,S. S. Hawaiian, Delano, for
New York, via Hilo.
Jan. 28, S. S. Claudine, Parker for
Jan. 30, S. S. Claudine, Parker for
Oceanic Tijrie Table
DATE NAME FROM
Jan. 5 Sonoma Colonies
" C Sierra S
" J. Nippon Maru....": S
" 8 Miowera Victoria B. O,
" 11 American Maru. ..Yokohama
u 13 Siberia S,
" 13 Aorangl. Colonic;
" 15 Alameda S,
" 15 Moana,.,,.., Victoria, B. O,
" 10 Korea Yokohama
" 22 Coptic... S
" 23 Gaelic Yokohama
" 2l! Ventura Colonies
" 2G Nevadan S. I
urn 3 nagasg i iii uap
n t-t n ii iv n i in nil v in vif rnitn
IIU I Vfll 1 1UU11U Jt.m LS I Ia M2IU1II.
It would pay you to investigate tho
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wnose policies proviuo iur uu juiuiiuiiviui,jiiJJ wmcu may oo
used to reduce tho premium or to inoroaso tho face value of thQ.(
policy, at the option of the insured.
Other Leading Features. Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed patd( up in-J
surance, and guaranteed cash surreuder values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H.' E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
rado is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, 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'
A POCKET KODAK
Got a KODAK- and, join the fresh air
The one represented by. illustration is
Pocket-Folding No. a Prico $17.50.
It takes you. out of doors for good,
healthy exercise and is a pleasure that
will live after you have ceased taking
pictures. All sizes and all kinds at
Honolulu Photo Supply Go.
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. ' f
7i iumu nmmm
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKl i
New Buildings, New Rios, New Teams, New Magagement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to nunl
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STAPLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies nd Saddle Hordes.'4
at ail Hours. A New System of Press Buttonst v
iew Li.d first class rigs and teams, and compotQiit driver. J
" 27 Sonoma S. P.
" 30 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
Jan. 5 Sonoma S. F.
" G Sioria Colonies
" 0 Nippon Maru.. . ..Yokohama
" "8 Miowera, Colonies
" 11 AntericaMaru S.F.J
" 13 Siberia Yokohana.
" 13 Aorangi Victoria ;B. C.
" 15 Moana Colonies
" 10 Korea ;..S. F.
" 20 Alameda S. F.
" 22 Coptic Yokohama
" 23 Gaelic.. S. F.
" 20 Ventura S. P.
' 27 Sonoma Colonies
" 30 Honkoug Maru. ..... ,S. F
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