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'.MHPp.ir.'.Vl lfS Paul .Tarret returned from Hono-
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I Ipf ' Coffeepots
T ' ' 1 . a IP French and German Nlckle,,
0 Pcrrdaln Enamelled.
mi--'u Rnir.fi fiahinfits and Salt
k-. - u r ia- 1 Uoin -.rri U tch Km ore
m?, iiaui U.V-- 1 ion wum-io i" nh vbb v n a vi u v ODi run 1 nw i dki iUHiikv
v 1:. Ke-v.j Hcyal Steel Varp.
:can be had at the office of the n , , " ...
BOUMMflMkiM MTJfct IttUUMttYt EV
e li Oil
.We- also have neomplcte and up-
j , '56- latc.hno of Jol) Typo nnd are prr-
pard ti d.;
L,. PRINT .
tW' -Re.,,. 6c,
foV.V.'ll, v, crl e c: ccUcc! in a
Sk-v MANNER 's V
, Whoa ic nesd p2 Fronting
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Roaui s'nd Insect Proof.
Heavy cpeWron, old fashioned,
The lowest prices in the island?
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
THE L'lfi GROCERS
ICO Kltif SI. Honolulu,
'Lik Letter- & Conke I3It1y,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke .PreMdi-nt
V. T. Uobinon Vict Pres-idem
C. D.'l.tilkin ., Cashier
Directors II. A. AVadswot tli,
D. C. Lindsav.
:; Trun.'-ii(:lsii',gi,'iici:lt)rtlihj' bus
Draws Exchange on the. United
Stales. Eniiland.-'France, Germany.
Canada, China, Japan and Honolul.i.
Mal.Ts collections piomplly and ut
ALLOWS INTEREST ON Dii-
Lonsn'o'iioy on approved personal
, Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Ilitwaii.
CAPITAL ! $(100,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vico-Presidcnt
C. H. Co'okc Cashier
F. C. Athcrton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouso, E. D. Teiuiey,
J. A MeCandless, C, II. Athcrton,
E. F. liistiop.
'Imnsnct a Cencral Commercial
and Savings Husiues.-.
Correspondence Solicited. ,
liCNOLULU; II. T;
1 his name cn a Package
sf Pruffs or IMcine is a
gESFaatee cf the SUPERIOR
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liii'Ji I'l.ti ili.Lliiiit ill i U cia, in
lle ofic fin you.
It.i.- ,a s iiini, biiKile
pl.Kitr, mi I. tute tJil fn.Ui Olliero
in vVJs'i l,tJl I'l'te.- i Us lvv
and &tjjjiiiiii-Uitfly juvft fu i 1 ,
tone tfiftiXci-..vour feot tuyph:,
and, yuur ifa pliJiui'iiiK fi.r u
' wlilalltC -
Bergsfe- - kmc Co.
luh on Tuesday's Kinnu.
J. P. Cook wan a passenger on
Wednesday's Claudlno for Knhulul.
Attorney L. R. Crook of Mnltawno
was in Wuilukua couple of diys this
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mollcr of Hnna re
turned from Honolulu on this week's
Mtv. H. P. Raid win was a pas
senger on Thursday's Mnuna Loa for
C 'I'. Tetzl.iff of Lahaina was in
Wnlluku on Monday and Tuesday of
Mr. Frank Baldwin of Puunene left
for the coast via Honolulu by Thurs
day's Mnunu Loa.
.Mrs. M. Tavaros and c!iild of Ma
knwao returned from Honolulu bv
Wednesday's boat. ' 1
G. Ht;emann and J. Croll of Puu
nene spent last Sunday in Wailcku
and visited, Iuo Valley.
Poitmaster Thos. K. Pa of Peahi
wus a visitor to Wailuku during the
early past of the week.
George O. Cooper of Hana made
the round trip to Honolulu and re
turn :n ll.e last Clauiiinc.
Mr. E. C. Campbell of the Lahaitia
S. & I. Co. leaves for Manila todav
where he will make his home.
W. W. Chamberlain of Honolulu
came over on the Claudine this week,
returning on Hie Mnuna Loa.
School Inspector Charles Kiny visit,
ed the schools in Wailuku District
duriny the early part of the week.
II. L. Rosenbledt of McChesney &
Son eume over on Wednesday's Clau
dine, to spend the week 011 Maui,
F.it.her MuximhJ of Ilarnoa has
spnt the last two weeks 011 central
M mi leaving for home 011 Wednesday.'
M. L. Decker, mixologist at the
Maui , Hotel, has been under the
weather, but "daddy" is on "deck"'
Deputy Attorney General N. W.,
Aluli yaiil a llyiny visit to Maui last
Friday, roturuiug to Honolulu on Sat
urday. , , , j .
' Robert Shingle, the Honolulu va
quero, linUhed roundiug up Mauj
u.tttlu last Saturday, and left on the
Claudine from Lahuina.
Hon-'S. E. Kalamaof Makuwao was
in town on a brief visit last Saturday
and t eporia un abundance of lain
Lhrouliuut his district.
Chas. Gay of Lanai, who spent
seuralday this week with the Maui
c a I. lie men left Wailuku Friday niynt
lo ealuh the Loiiua for Lanai.
Joseph Whittle, a first class sign,
carriajfo and hou.ie painter came to
Wailuku this week to look. over the
lieid wiMi the view of locuting here.
Charles David, the horseman, who
has been at the Kaliului track for
some time, left for Honolulu last Sat
urday, taking some Maui .fliers wiih
Attorney M. F. Prosser of Lihuc,
Kuuai, has been substituted for Dep'
uty Attorney-General Aluli to attt-nd
tuu iiJarcu term of Circuit Court at
Mr. FiPd.H.Hayseldennf Lahaina,
ucenmpanu'd oy Attorney John Rich
ardson w.is m Wailuku on Wednesday
and 'ihursd.iy, in attendance 011 the
pi'uualo cuUI I.
Mr and Mrs Herbert, represent
ing the Phoenix Sayings, Building
and Loan Association, left Wailuky
1 or Pain on Wednesday, where they
will remain for some time. ,
Mr. Sinclair representing the gro:
c 'iy department and Mr. Conway, ro1
p'roen'ihg' the dry yoods department
o: theo H. D.ivles & Co. Iiae fpent
the we-U mnoiiir the Maui merchants.
Capi. Ui,a, Co. "E." N. G. II.,, J
Hut'oluhi avc mpaiilrd by h's wife and
c.iilJ e .uie nvef on Wednesday to
pe. i.l several weeks, ipspeeiing Co,
"I.'" and looking after cognate mat
R U. Paris of E. O. Hall & Son,
accomp mied by his wife, ,'ca'mo over
o 1 Monday's Nuvadan and spent some
d r)'i visiting Mr and Mrs. II. A.
D.ih.w'm at Haiku. They leavo on tho
Nuvadan for the Coast, whero they
will remain for a couple of months.
MAXWELL At Wailuku, Maui..
Mrttcli 3, ' lOp-l, to Mr. and Mrr
G.o. JV.-Maxwell! a Ulliughtor. 1
Notice is herby given that a cone
buoy painted black, has been placed
temporarily about 8000 ft SV. from
the black can buoy No. 1 marking tho
entrance to the Channel leading into
Honolulu Harber, Island of Oahu, T.
H. in 8 fathoms of water, upon' the
Chimney 75 Ft. high, Sewer Pump
ing Station', N. 52 dog. E. (Man)
Clock Tower, Honolulfl Planing Mill,
N. 29 dcy. E. (Ma)
Qua'rentlno Wharf, N. 2-1 deg. E.
A fixed white light will bo exhibited
from this buoy between sunrise and
This buoy is placed for the purpose
of locating the distance at which the
material now being dredged from the
Honolulu Channel (Sec. l)is to bo
dumped, and is placed for the conven
ience of the dredging operations rath
er than for the aid of Navigation.
By order of the Light-Board
A. P. NIBDAOK,
Lieut. -Commander, U. S. N.,
Asst. Inspector 12th Light-Hm:tc
Queen caught (ire off Fillamoor. A
portion of tho crew was put to work
extinguishing the (lames while others
lowered the small boats in which wo
men and children were placed.' -Two
of the hoats capsized and nine were
drowned. One. women died from ex
posure and four waiters wore sulfo
cato in. their bunks before the lira
was quenched. The Queen then pro
ceeded to Seattle bringing two hun
dred passengers. The forward up-pet-works
on the steamer were con
sumed by the blaze.
Victoria, Mar. 1. It is reported
that His Majesty's flagship Bonaven
turn is ashore on the coast ou Central
Nt'wchwang, Feb. 1G. Tho Rus
sian KU"boat Sicoutch is icebound
here alongside tho British gunboat
Espiegle anil the American gunboat
Helena. The Russian vessel is clear
ed for action but her captain has ask
ed Admiral Stark, commanding the
fleet at Port Arthur, for authoriza
tion to blow tier up in tho event of
the Japanese landing.
Veesels In PortKaliulul
Am. Sch. Rosamond, Fernald, from
S. S. Neyauan, Grren, from Hon-
Sch. Konn, Dinsmore, from
Am. S:h. Foongh Suey, 'Willetts,,
Feb. 29, S. S. Ncvadan.Grcen.from
Mur. 2. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 5. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 1, S. S. Oregouian, Cartyr
for New York, sugar.
Mar.. 2, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 5; S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
Mar! 3 China
' FUOM .
'! 9 Sierra
" 12 Doric
" 15 Coptic . y.
'' 17 Miowcra Colonips
11 18 Alameda S. F.
!' 22 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 23 America Maru. ..Yokohama
" 20Nevadan S. F.
29 Ventura Colonies
". 29 Siberia ,....S.F,
SO.Sonoma S. F.
' Ul'K'orea. ..... ..... . . Yrokohama
Mi.r. 2'AIamediU S. F.
'' 3 Nevada i) ....... S. Vi
i. ' 3 China'. Youohama
rySib'eiia. ., v; S. P.
".. SiSououia. : . . ;..S; F.
H Siena......: Colonies
12 Doric Vbkohama
!' 15aptic ; S.F.
' 17 Mloweuai . . ..Victoria. B. li.
" 22.Nippon Maru. . . Yokohama
" 23 AmbricaMaru S.F.
23 Alameda, .
30tSonoma '. .
3t Korera'.'. .',
vou to investigate
. PACIFIC MUTUAL
whose policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which mayi.
titifwl t r tmn flin iifomiiim fit
urvti v i. uui.1. Liiu iiu 1 uiii ui
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Guaranteed cash loans after
surnncc, and. guaranteed casli surreuder values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii. -II.
E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
Tho ATTENTION of the The. Maui
trade, is specially invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, BTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd. i
Now located in tho Alexander Young Building, and having by far!
finest Can iagc Repository in the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER JFG Co,
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. '
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g HonoIiiSu Photo Supply Co.
S NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
THE BSSMARK STABLES OF WAILUKO
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LhW UUIj.UlKLiU, n&W 1UUS,
The BISMARK STABLES Co propose to.M
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLEST
HACKS, Carriages, Bugles and SadjUo Horses ;
iNgw it.d isl class rigs
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GOODS OR MERCHANDISE INSURED?
IIP NOT? lAHY NOT?
IN CASE OF FIREr WOULD YOU BE A HEAVY
LOSER? WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTDJ
General Agents of The' Insurance Co. of North America;;-':
The Nw Zealand Iusurunco
suranco Co., Tho Canton Marino Insurapce Co., Judd Bldj
PlonoliilU; H. T,
tho mutual investment
LIFE INSURANCE COrf
OF CALIFORNIA e
in innnn cn tlin fdPO Vfllllrt flf
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Got a KODAK aud jam the fresh air
The one represented by illustration is
Pocket-Folding No. II. Prico $17.50. .
It takes you out of doors for good,
healthy exercise and is a pleasure that
will live after you have coased taking
pictures. All sizes and all kinds at
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