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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
V. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lutein Cashier
Directors R. A. Wads worth,
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the Republic of Hawaii.
Chns. M. Cooke President
, C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
ST.. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tennry,
.1. A McCandlcss, C. 1-1. Atherton,
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of Drugs or Medicine is a
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QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Sumo ienie like M-riiius music,
some prefer it otherwise.
' 1( yiiij 1'kc "ooi', llwly, frlfky
riiL'rfiTre'.' iih h pink v-pjuiky.pio
wuj.ry,. (!,. ii' n! ii ,,i.j, nt'ccmpniii-'in-lit,
tin-Crown jihmo, widi Imu
jc, htirp nnil iinuiilo'ln t iTi'C'ls, is
, ill," one for on.
It it; ii pirn', Tshiinil', senhilile .
piano, not In'l c li'W from other.-!
in its el.is, bul hcpk- ihclcvc
:ui'l i' iinnii .liutclv j?Ivih f uM'?
loin) tlnit set. nnr iVot tapping
' and your lips pi rkiM-lnj; for a
Mr. J. B. Castle booked for Maul
on Wednesday's Claudine.
T. C. Davies and Charles Gaycnme
over to Lanai on Tuesday's Maui.
P. Cockett hns been appointed
manager of waionun unuic itanenc.
George Baldwin of Knilua, accom
panied by his brother, was a visitor
in Wniluku on Monday.
Mr. Horbert of tho Phoenix Saving
left for Honolmu last Saturday, but
will return to Maul shortly.
Olaf Tollefson of Waialua, Molokai,
came ovnr on' Wednesday t: serve as
juryman in the Keawo case.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haynes and
child of Hamakuapouo returned from
Honolulu bv Wednesday's boat.
A. Aalberg, head accountant at
Pioncor Mill, Lahaiua, was in Val
luku this week, with a, party of
Mrs. W. L. Decbto of Lahaiua, ac
companled by her mother, "Mrs. W,
Y. Horner, drove over to Wailukuon
Mr. J. J. Walsh and Mr. Webster,
both of the Kahului Store, leave for
China in a short time, to make their
W. F. Beckwith-, H. A. Baldwin,
D. Driscoll, A. H. Landgraf and L.
von Tempsky wore iu town this week
doing jury duty.
Billy Green, the rustling travelling
salesman of M. Phillips & Co., Hono
lulu, has been busy on Maui this week,
selling to the trade.
Mr. John Dietrich Bohling of La
huina, a German by birth, was ad
mitted to citizenship on Wednesday
by Judge J. W. Kulua. '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeffries of Columbus,
Ohio, are '.ouring Mnui this week,
having visited Haleakalu, from which
they returned delighted.
Goo. O. C.wper came from 'Kailua
oveiland on Monday, and has spent
the week- examining political fences
in our neck of the woods.
Attorney D. II. Case was in Ln
n, inn on Wednesday in connection
with tho water sr.it case, which has
by consent been conlhiuud to April 21.
Uaptain'Turnc of the bark ",AlbertV
came over toKal.ului on, Monday to
enter hk ship at the custom house.
The '"Albert" is at Kaanapall to load
Captain Hipa is still on Maui, drill
ing Company I., and will probably
remain hero till after Lieutenant
Newton pays his visit of inspection,
Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson of
Wailuku a was passenger to Hono
lulu on last Saturday's Claudine, and
will remain in Honolulu till the end
of the month.
K. S. Gjerdruni of llonokaa, who
was expected in Wailuku this week
as a -witness sent over a physician's
certificate instead, he being unable to
Mr. Harold Hayseldcn, the cigar
man, and Mrs. Hayselden, who has
for some time been a guest at tho
Maui Hotel, Wniluku, left for Lahni
na on Wednesday.
AttorLcy C. W. Ashford who has
been m attendance on the' Circuit
Court returned to Honolulu by last
night's Kinau, leaving several cases
to be heard at tho June term.
Attorney John Lot Kaulukcu of
Honolulu is on Maui as Commissioner
of Water Rights, and will conduct the
hearing of the Lahaiua case, involv
ing the waters of Kauaha Valley.
J. R. Daggott of San Francisco,
who is largely engaged in tho salmon
fishery trade in northern waters, ar
rived on Maui by Friday night's
Kinau from Hawaii, and will spend
some time with us.
JDcputy Attorucy-Gcnoral Fleming
came by Tuesday's Kinau to conduct
tl:e business of the government before
the Circuit Court. Deputy Attorney
General Rawlins proceeded by the
samo boat to Hawaii.
Mrs. E. M. Xnkuluanf Mnloknl ar
rivrdifrom Hi.mulu on Wednesday's
Claudine, to testify in the water con'
1 :; L ua-e at Lahaiua. hue spent
Wedoci-dsiy in Wailuku leaving fur
Lahalna.TJiurt.uhiy aflert.oou. '
Jns.'Kehwatz. located in the O'Neill
Buildi"!, Uouo'ulii, wr.s. on Maui this
uyek i.i t!iu interests of he Keystone
Wnirh disc Co., which lhin he has
represented for some years past
"Diamond J" U n rustler, nnd the
n Untile "Keystone" could not have
jM'i.li.f. ay abler ujr uivo popular
iniHi in tin linn of businoj-'ii,
C. Percy Morse, tho local freight
agent of tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company, has received a
cablegram announplng that the date
of the steamship Nevadun's sailing
from San Francisco for this port has
again been postponed. Tho Nevadun
wus originally scheduled to leave San
Francisco Mar. 18. Owing to delay
at. Kahului the sailing dale was
chanucu to March 25. Now it has
again been altered, presumably for
the last time, to March 29. This
would make tho steamship due hero
early In the morning of April 0. But
Dublin, March 21. The German
bark Mona and the English ship Lady
Cairns collided in the bay today. The
Cairns satflt.Twenty-two were drown
Southnmpton,March 21,-The Amor
icau Lino Steamship Co.'s liner Now
York collided in tho channel with tho
troopship Assail. There were fifty
troons on the Assail. Both vessels
were badly damaged.
The annual cruise of tho U. S. A,
Iroquois may take place in May un
less orders are received to leave ear
Her for Midway with supplies. Ad
On the Buford consigned to Midway
for the cable eolouy,are 4,000 pounds
ol general supplies consisting of re
frigeraled stuff, canned goods and
Among others who may be privileg
ed to take passage in the Buford for
Manila, is Mr. Bode, who recently ar
rived here from Nagasaki on tne
transport Thomas. Mr. Bode was
prominently mentioned in the Adachi
affair, especially with regard to Unit
ed States Marshal Hendry's recent
trip to Yokohama to sec.iro Adachi.
Two other young inon arc said to have
planned to work their way over on
the vessel. 'J he. latter havo been more
or less prominent in recent gambl'm;.
London, Mar. 19. A steamer col
lii'icd with and sunk a submarine boat
oil Plymouth. Elccn men were
Guam, March 19. Thecatfe-ship
Scotia, which went ashore on Spanisl
Rocks, is a total loss. The. Scotia
was bound to Honolulu via Guam and
Tito Claudine returned from Hana
to Kahului on Thursday morning to
take lumber to Huelo, for the ditch
Vessels in Port--KaliuIul
Am. Sch. Kona, Diusmore, from
S. S. Alaskan, Morse, from Hono
Mar. 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker
Mar. 2-1, S. S. Alaskan, Morse
Mar. 2G. S. S. Claudine, Parker
Mar. 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker
Mar. 20, S. S. Claudino, Parker
Oceanic Time Table
' PATE . NAME FB.GM
Mar. 8 China S. F,
" 5 Siberia Yokohama
8 Sonoma Colonies
9 Sierra S. F
12 Doric S. F,
15 Coptic ..Yokohama
17 Miowcra Colonies
18 Alameda S. F.
22 Nippon Maru.... S. F,
23 America Maru...Yokohnma
2G Novadan S. F,
29 Ventura Colonies
29 Siberia i.' ,S.F,
SpSqnonja .... S.. F,
31 Korea..' Yokohama
2 Alameda Si F.
:i Nevadali... S. F.
3 China YoKohnma
5 Siberia. ,.,S. FJ
8 Sonoma . S. F.
9 Siena Colonies
12 Doric.., Yokohama
15 Coptic... S.F.
17 Mioweua. . . ..Victoria. B. B.
22 Nippon Maru. . . Yokohama
23 America Maru. . .' S. F.
23 Alameda S. F.
2!) Siberia .,
30 Sonoma .
. . .S. F.
'. . .Colonies
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CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, Genoral Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
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