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in the latest stoneware, all ;slzes
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I 1(19 King St. Honolulu,
. The Lowers & Cooke BIdy,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
! OF UAILUKU
.Charles 51. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin CashiPi
Directors R. A. Wudsworth,
D. C. Lindsay.
Transacts n general banking bus
Draws Exchange on the United
Stales, England, France, Gcrmnny,
'Canada;, China, Japan and Honolulu
,' Makes collections pi omptly and at
i reasonable rates.
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Special. aiTnn;piiirnlS with out o
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the Republic or Hawaii.
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Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiei
F. C. Athcrton. . .Assistant Cashier
Henry "Waterhouse, E. D. Tcnney
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HONOLULU, II. T
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
gfiirrsifee cf the SUPERIOR
QUALITY ofthe Article.
All first zlziz stores handle
Some .pool lc like seriwus is.Uoii:,
il'llli' J lr-ffl- il (itlilM Uinl',
1 yiiu like gixid, livctj , fibky
r.intluii'. wiili a phik vpuiily-iiio
Miimi-nii.iii of a b.u.j i ui'ompuni
tTcut, the Cro.vu.piitiio, itli buy
j , li.irp ui.d iiuimlolin til'ecis, is
Hti' out- for you.
Ji is u fjnoiJ, sound, st-iibible
, pano, nut to Le luld fium oiliers
in ivs (Mass, hul pro! the levt"
uud it imuifdiutfl.v gives ford
tntie-tllut si-U 30ur fi-ot tapping,
and jmuI" lips (it-ckediig for a
Bergstfjfian Music Co,
Per ho nn 1 Mention.
. Mr. T. B. Lyons took a flyer to
Honolulu by Monday's Mauna Loa.
James W. Robortson of Honolulu is
in Wnlluku for a brief visit this week.
Hon. William White of Lahaina was
a passenger to Honolulu bv Monday's
Charles Gay of Lanal visited Wal-
luku on Thursday morning en route
L. M. Vcllesen of Lahalna return
ed from Honolulu by Wednesday s
1 W. K. Haruden of Puunene retuvn
td from, Honolulu by Wednesday's
Govern o,i: Carter and Secretary
Atkinson returned to Honolulu from
Hawaii last weed.
Mr. Ei Mollernnd wife of Hana werr
among last Saturday's Claudinc pas
sunders to Honolulu.
Irs. Helming nnd daughter of La
huhm left by Monday's Mauna Loa,
f or a visiLto Honolulu.
Deputy, Attorney-General N. W.
Aluli will attend the March term of
Circuit Court at Walluku.
Mrs. H. S. Herbert of Honolulu ar
rived'- by. Tuesday's Kitlau to spend
some we.l.On.qeutral Maul.
II. E. Hendricks of the Hawaiian
Iron Frence & Monumental- Works,
Honolnlu is on Maui this week.
Mehcula,Kumalae and Enoc'.i John
sou were indicted by the Honolulu
grand jury for alleged grafting.
Mr.Otto Henuing, former First Offi
cer of the Claudinc, is in command of
the tug "Leslie Baldwin," at Kahului
Attorney-General Lorrin Andrews
left for Washington last week, to re
present the Terriiory in, the fisheries
H. 13. Sinclair, representing the
grocery department of Theo. H
Davies & Co. is doing business on Maui
S. T. Alexander and C. M. Cooko
Jr. who have been visit inir on Maui
for several weeks past, returned to
Honolulu last Saturday.
Lieut. Slattcry, engineering officer
ot the 12th Lighthouse D'strict. nc
eimpauied Capt. Niblack or. hisMuui
tour of inspection this week.
Capt. H. C. Petersen formerly in
charge of the tug "Leslie Baldwin'
left, for the Coast on the "Orpgonian,'
and may thence go to the Far East
F. J. Cross and C. L. de Cow, who
have been at Lahaina repairing ce
wrecked wireless pole have put the
lino in working crdor to Maui, and re
turned to Honolulu last Monday.
Fred. Williams and Charley Cole of
Puuuene took advantage of the pleas
ant weather last Sunday to enjoy
quitoa pedestrian excursion, Wailuku
being included in their lino of travel
Cant. A. P. Ntblock, Asslstantln
spector, 12th Lighthouse Distric
came over on Tuesday's Kinau, land
ing at Lahaina, nnd has spent tli
week inspecting the ports and laud
ings on' Maui.
Latest Foreign News
San Francisco, Feb. 24. News of
the progress of adeperajenavalbat
tie nil' Port Arthur ye&terdtij , has
been recpived. According to the re
port IhCibaltio resulted in four Jap
anese warship-! being sunk. The ro
port has bepn par.tlllycoufirmpd
Further conllrmutloii Is now bein
Chefoo, Feb. 24. A big battle off
Port Arthur is now in progioss
Heavy Hring has been heard from
that place yesterday and toddy. N
news of the result of the battle has
b.-en ascertained as yet, but Admiral
Too is evidently engaged in some
d -sperate tight..
Wei Hel-Wni, Feb. 21. F.iur Jap
anfso battleships and nine cruiser
havo passed licre going eastward.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 21 -Sec
retary Flay rujeived Information thu
Japan has madt- a treaty with Kore;
guaranteeing the independence of
St. Petersburg, Feb. 24. The cold
in Siberia is intense. At Irkutsk th
thermometer registers 30 degrees
Chefoo, Feb. 24.--Fortv thousand
additional Janaueso troons are! ro
portedto hive landed ,at Chemulpo,
Seodl, Feb. 24
name nc IJinL'
YangIs reunrdod as heralding the
HoNoi.ui.ti' ifAniiort Entrance. It. T
Notice is1 hereby given that the
Outside Entrance Bell Buoy, (or An
chorage' Buoy) Honolulu Harbor, T.
EI has been removed for repaira and
Its position is now markcd'by a spar
buoy, pointed red. The Bell Buoy will
bo replaced as soon as practicable.
By order of the Light-house Board,
A. R NIBLACK,
Lieut.-Commander, U. Si N.,
Asst. InspaQtor lfcttti Light House
Shanghai, China, Feb. 23. The
Russian Government has- warned
China that the steamer Mandur is
ot an imperial vessel. The Mandjui
efused to leave the por t of Shanghai
under orders issued after China s de
claration of neutrality.
Alexander & Baldwin have received
news recently regarding the disaster
to the American ship Emily Whitney
while en route from Newcastle to Ma
kawell with a cargo of coal. She ran
into a hurricane and her topmasts
were carried away. A sailor named
pohu Love was washed overboard
The vessel put into Sydney for rc
Captain Niblack and L'.eutenant
Slattery of the United States Army
Engineer Crops, the assistant en
gineer of the Twelfth Lighthouse Dis
trict, who will have charge of the con
struction and repairs of lighthouses,
buoys, etc., in tlic Hawaiian group
will Iqave in the steamer Kinau
tomorrow for Maui, where they
will make a tour of inspection. They
expect to return in the Kinau next
The bell buoy,-which capsized again
during the latter part of last Week,
was towed ashore this morninsr. It
will bo replaced when it has- been re
The Pearl Harbor mid-channel buoy
and another buoy from thn lochs.
whicu were both cast adrift during
the recent storm, have bceu recover
ed and will bo replaced. Bulletin.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 22, The
arbitration tribunal assembled at The
Hague to determine the claims of Hip
Powers against Venczula has decided
that England, Germany andjtalyare
entitled to thirty per cent, of tlic'eus-
toms receipts at La Guayra and
Vessels in Port Kaliulul
Am. Sch. Rosamond, Fernald, from
S. S. Orcgonian, Carty, from Hilo,
Am. Sch. Kona, Dinsmore, from
Am. Sah. Foongh Suey, Wilietts,
Feb. 21, S.S. Argyle, Gilboy, from
S. F., fuel oil.
Feb. 22,Am. Sch. Kona, Dlnsmore,
from Chili, nitrate.
Feb. 22, Am Sch. Foongh Suey,
Willets, from IIouolulu.
Feb. 24, S. S. Claudine, Parker
Feb. 2C, S. S. Oregonlan, Carty,
Feb. 27. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 21, S. S. Oregonlan, Carty
Feb. '24, S. S. Argyle, Gilboy fcj
- Feb, 24, S, S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. J27, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table
DATE NAME FKOSI
Feb. 1 America Maru S. F,
" 5 Alameda S. F,
" SKoroa S. F,
" 9 China YoKohama
" J3 Aorangi Victuriaj'B. C,
" 10 Siena Colonies
" 17 Ventura S. F
" 17 Gaelic....... S. I
19 Doric . Yokoham
2-1 Hongkong Maru S. F
20 Alameda ,S. F.
2d Nevadun F.
27 Nippon Maru. . . .' Yoltohuma
1 American Maru.. .Yokohama
2 Novadan S. F.
8 Korea Yokohama
9 China , SF.
10 Alameda S. F.
13 Aorangi Colonies
1G Sierra S. F.
17 Ventura ........... Colonies
17 Gaelic Yokohama
19 Doric . .' S.F.
24 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
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Other Leading Features Are
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surancer and guaranteed cash surreuder values. .
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKERi Travelling Representative.
Tho ATTENTION of tho The Maui
trade is specially iuvited to the full
lino of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd, 4
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far tliq .
finest Carriage Repository in the Islands. : . ' "
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co. :;
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU
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Honolulu Photo Supply Co. 1
: , NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 2
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
Successor to ;.
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILlJKD
New Buhpinob, New Rigs,
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to . nuh,
the Leadjng Livery Stable Business on Maui. ' ?
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IR NOT? WHY MOT? '
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