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WHEiN YOU. DISCOVER A GOOD
THING LET THE WORLD KNOW IT
Hero's some good things:
in agateware, from 1 to 24 quarts
"Brown Beauty," Self Basting;
neat, simple ami durable; never
in the latest stoneware, all sizes.
Moulds for Jellies
in Tin, Porcelain and Browrnvars,
kitchen and household
LEWIS & CO., LTDi
THE BIG GROCERS
1(3!) King St. Honolulu,
The Lowers & tfookc BIdg,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke..- President
W. T. Robinson Vice .President
C. D. liiifkin .Cashier
Directors It. A. WadsVnrth.
D. C. Lindsay.
Transacts a general bnuking
Draws Exchange on the United
.(States, England, France, Germany.
jCanndav China, Japan and Honolulu.
Makes collections piompllyand at
ALLOWS. INTEREST ON DE
POSITS, Loans mowy on approved personal
Specif a.vraijg'Mnejjt.s with nut of
towu, depositors whereby their checks
will be pai,d in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCES FIRE INSURANCE!
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
"A PITA L sooo.ooo.oo
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chns. M. Cooke, i President
If. C. Junes Vice-President
C. H, Cooke Cashiei
F. C. Atherton. . . . Assistimt Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E.D. Tenney.
J. A McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
R. 1'. Bishop. t
linusaet a' f!er"rel Commercial
and Savings iit-in,
Governor Carter nml SecroUrv
A. L.JC. Atkinson spent this week on
E. F. Delnert of Puunene was are-
turning passenger from Honolulu by
'this week's Cluurtine.
Mr. D. Foi bos of Hawaii who spent
a week on Maul, left for Honolulu by
last Friday night's Klnau.
6. M. Atwood of Hoffschlager &
Co., Honolulu, Is selling up Iho Maui
merchants this week, between show
Mr. and Mrs. Braymcr were guess
nt I he Maui Hotel this week, while Mr,
Brnvmor .was Stoeklns up the Mnui
Archie L. Gnge, a travelling man
from San Francirco spent last Sa tut'
dav on Maui, en route from Hawaii
The marrhgo of Mr. J. W. Senile
of Honolua and Miss Gertrudo Kilia
King of Wailuku will take plnce at
Lahaiha this evening.
Mr. F. F. Raid win of Puunene, who
went to Honolulu to sec Mrs. Baldwin
off to tho coast, returned to Maui'on
Harold Hnyselden of the David
Lawrence & Co. tobacco house spent.
the week on Mnui, leaving for Hon
q'.uIu by last night's Kinau.
Supt. R. W. Filler of the K-. R. R,
Co. entertained Supt. George Denison
of O. R. & L. Co. R. R. at dinner at
the Maui Hotelon Tuesday evening,
E. Walker of Honolulu, traveling for
several San Francisco lines of.gOQcls,
c une over on Wednesday mornings
Claudine and spent the week onMaui,
Mr. C. H. Brown has completed his
task of collecting the county books.
and property on Maui, and leaves for,
Hawaii by Tuesday's Mauna Loa, on
a like errand.
Robert Catton of Honolulu came
over on Tuesday night's Kinau, with
Kihei as his objective point, but spent
the night, in Wailuku, as the road to
Kil.ei was impassable.
George P. Denison,. Superintenc1
entent of the O. R. & L. Co. railroad
on Oahu ca'mo over on last Satur
day's Oregonian. and left for Hawaii
hy Tuesday night's Kinau.
Hon. S. E. Kalama and School
Inspector Charles King were enter
tained at lunch last Saturday at the
Maui Hotel y Mr. Edmund Stiles of
Honolulu, who left for homo by last
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Kicine is a
guarantee of. the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of tho Article.
ill first ctecs uteres handle
H. W. Holling, tho "Ex-iininer
man reached Maui on Wednesday,
and is taking subscriptions for the
"Weekly Examiner", a $10,000 gold
brick, your weight in silver and a
trip to the World's Fnir being some
of the $100,000 inducements offered.
Supt. A. T. Atkinson and Miss Rose
Davidson ot the School Department
drove over from Lalniinn through the
furious storm of Thursday, to visit
the site of our new seboolhouse, re
turning to Lahaina the same after
noon to catch Thursday night's Mauna
Lo;i for Honolulu.
When the China left Japan the work
of transforming the Nippon Maru and
Hongkong Maru into cruisers was
rapidly going ahead. The ships offi
cers wero held near the vessels but
tho work was being done by the naval
The passenger staterooms had been
ripped out to make room for the
crews, nml those or me oinccrs lining
the ship along the portholes was re
moved to make room for tho guns
and carriages. Guns were mounted
fore and aft of the upper decks and j
magazines were being made for the
reception of ammunition.
As war has practically started be
foro the America Maru is- scheduled
to arrive at Yokohama, a Japanese
warship has doubtless been sent out
jto meet and convey the liner Into
Tho detachment of narlnes.. which
arrived lfcro in the Sheridan will be
busy getting their quarters in shape
during the rest of this week. Tho men
are a well-appearing lot. The detach
ment can boast of a baseball team
which will probably give the ball
teams many a hard rub. The mariues'
nine includes five players who used to
belong to the famous players an Mani
la, which beat every team that ran
up against it.
As the marines will do gurd and
police duty at the Naval Station, the
watchmen formerly employed for this
purpose will bo discharged. Tho
'watchman's quarters will be used as
'a dispensary and also as' a hospital
for trivial cases of illness.
Captain Rodman is at present look
ing for bright, young men to enlist as
yeoman in tho Navy, as there is at
present a scarcity of men in this class
Three, or four men. who hayc been en
.listed hqroand who will he sent on to
jManila in tho Sheridan. Bulletin.
Loudon, Feb. 0. Six Japanese
transports arc landing trooops at v
rious ports of Korea. The Japanese
fleet will steam in the direction of
Washington, Feb. 9. Admiral
Evans has been ordered to take tho
Asiatic fleet now at Subig.Bay, to
tho sceno of hostilities to protect
Notwithstanding tho continuous
stoma prevailing this week, the inter-
island steamers for Maui have all been
running on regular time The
Claudine left Kahului for Hana on
Wednesday, but only landed the mail,
returning to Kahului, on Thursday,
where she has since remained but
will leave for Honolulu this evening.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAMM-YOHNG CO.,
PARLEY -At Paia, Maui. Feb. 7,
1004. to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carley,
LYONS-i-At Wailuku, Mnui, Feb. 0,
1004, to Mi
and Mrs. T. B. Lyons
Some pooplp like senilis music,
some prefer it otlierrie.
If you like good, lively, friky
r igtiine. v ! tli n pinkv-pnnky-pon
HlggesMon of n bar-j iifcnrnpnni
ment, the Crown piano, with ban-
iho one for von.
It is a good, smnd, sensible
piano, :int to he tld from others
in its cUss4 but pros the leye
and it Immediately gives f irt'
tone Hint set1; your feot tappleg,
und yoUr lips puckering for a
.jo, harp and mandolin effects, is
Bergstr&n Music Co.
Mr. Hartman of Honolulu has been
visiting friends in town.
Mr. Isenberg, who recently came
from Germany, had an attack of
typhoid fever at the residence of a
relative on Kauai. Helms fully re
covered, and at present is the -guest
of Manager Barkhausen.
On account of the storm, the school
chi'dren were dismissed ut 10.H0 A. M.
on Monday and Tuesday. This was
necessary, as many of tho children
were in danger of taking cold from
By invitation of the Board of Ed
ucation, Mr. Henry Dickenson is visit
ing tho schools in Honolulu.
Mr. O'Snuugbuessy is about to sail
for Hit) mainland, but will probably
soon return to the islands.
At List accounts Mr. and Mrs.
Storm had arrived at Kobe, Japan, on
their way to llie Philippine Islands.
Canon Anlt of Wailuku will officiate
at a brilllant.wedding In -T.ahaina on
Vessels in Port Kaluiltii
Am. Sch. Rosamond, Fernald,tfrom
S. S. Oregonian, Carty, fromS. F.,
Feb. G, S. S. Oregonian, Carty,
from S. F.. via Honolulu.
Feb. 9, S. S. Muui. Bennet, from
Feb. 10, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 12. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb 10, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Honokohau, lumber and cement.
Feb. 10,- S. S. Glaudine, Parker
Feb. 13, S. S. Claudino,( Parker,
It would pay you to investigate tho, mutual investment contract
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
whoso pohcips1 provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may 'bo
used to reduce tho premium or to increaso tho face valuo of
policy, at the option of tho insured.
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed paid up in
surance, and guaranteed cash surrcuder values. . (
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii,
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to the full
lino of HACKS, BTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
. ' . i , i
G. Schumann Ltd.
Now located in tho Alexander Young Buildipg, and having by far the
linost Carriage Repository m the Islands. (
agents for $TIJDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
A POCKET KODAK
FOR 3904 1
Get a KODAK and join the Iresh air
The one represented by illustration is
Pocket-Folding No. 3. Price $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 jit
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE 0' FORT STREET, HONOUJI.U.
71 JUMUlUMiMilWUJUilUiUtUU JUMU1UH JiUlUUJltK
' Successor to
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
Oceanic Time Table.
HATE NAMK FUOJI
Fob, 1 America Maru. ,S. F,
( 5 Alameda.,, S. F.
8 Korea , 6. F..
" 9 China , YoKohama
" 13 Aorangi... ...Victoria; B.C.
" 10 Siena Colonies
" 17 Ventura S. F.
" 17 .Gaelic ; S. F,
" 19 Doric. Yokohnmn
" '24 Hongkong Maru S.F.
" 2G Alameda S. F.
" 2li Nevadon S. F.
" 27 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
Feb. 1 American Maru. ..Yokohama
." 2Nevadan S.F.
" 8 Korea Yokohama
" 9 China ,S. F.
" 10 Alameda S.F.
" 13 Aorangi Colonies
" 10 Sierra S, F.
" 17 Ventura. ... Colonies
" 17 Gaelic "... ...Yokohama
" 19 Doric ...'.S.F.
, "..24 HopRkjong.Maruv. Yokohama
" f. ii ' 27'NlnnSri8Marii.?VrY.n;- . .S. P.
New Buildinos, New Rigs, New Teajis, New Maoaoement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to rirji
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui. j
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE'S STABLES
MACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
iN'ew rrd firt-class rigs and toams, and competent driyoi
FSRE!; JPIRJE PIRE-
IS YOUR. PROPERTY1, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR A1ERCHANDISE INSURED?
IF NOT?' 11 HI V NOT?
IN CASBOFFlllE, WOULD YOU BE A IIBAVY
LOSER? WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOIJII II INVESTMENT CO.. M
Geuerul Agents of The Insurance Co. of North Amoricaf!
The Now Zealand InsuraricoiCo., The Wosehestor Firo InV.'r
surance Co.,.Tho OantonLIarimo Insurance Co., Judd'BldgA
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