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qm be had at the office of the
Containing Listerino, that wonder
ful germicide, combiued with other
dentifrices. To try U to buy. You
will uo no other.
25c. per bottle
Contains just twice as much as any
other life, package.
& CO., LTD.
Sole Audits for the Hawaiian Islands
169 Kin St. Honolulu,
. The Lowers & Cooke Bid".
wo also have a complete and up-to-date
line of Job Type afld'are pre
pared to do
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice Presiden
CD. Lufkin Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsav.
This llttlo snfo Is yours for tho asking.
qu.Iro nt First National Dank, 'Wuilultu.
letter Heads m
K A 1 ) n i 1
Incorporated , Under tho Laws
tho Republic of Hawaii.
SURPLUS. . . . : $200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70 000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashiov
F. C. Athortou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse. E. D. Tennev.
J. A McCandless. C. H. Atherton.
E. 1''. Bishop.
Tinnsact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Miss Rose Davidson was booked on
the Claudino for Maui.
"W. Bcrlowltz is on Maui handling
hardware- and Pritno beer.
W. H. Cornwall, Jr. came over
from Honolulu on Thursday's Maui.
Deputy Attorney-General Fleming
left for Honolulu by last nights
Court Clerk W. J. Coelho goes to
Honolulu today, returning on' Wednesday.
Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson re
turned from Honolulu by Wednesday's
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Soott visited
Honolulu last Saturday returning on
Paul Jarret, manager of the Ulu-
nalakua cattle ranche, was in town
on Wednesday. , !
Mr. O'Mearu was on Maui this week'
in the interests of Wauamakor'sCen
A. A. Braymer of the von Hamm-
Young Co , Honolulu, came over this
week for his houce.
Mr. Herbert of tho Phoenix Saving
is on Moui this week, and is doing a
good business up country.
G. EJ. Pecht of E. O. Hall & Son
spent tho week on Maui, sending fat
orders back to Honolulu.
Col. McClellan, U. S. A., was ex
iwtrvl hv last nisht's Kinau from
Hilo, to inspect Co. I., N. G. H.
E. P. Chapin came over on Wed
nesday to look after his contract tor
gravelling and cementing the big
ditch at Kailua.
C. Hedeman, manager Honolulu
Ironworks, came over on Thursday's
T.ehua with a party of friends, to re
maind several days on Maui.
Attorney Vivas of Honolulu spent
tho week in Wailuku, looking atter
the interests of his numerous clients
at this term of Circuit Court.
Mr. James H Painter is closing up
his business in Wailuku, with tho view
of leaving for the Coast with his fam
ly shortly, to make his home there
Mr. T. W. Duncan has resigned his
position as assistant postmaster land
R. R. nfrent at Kahului. arid Is now
awaiting the appointment of his sue
J. G. Rothwell of Peacock & Co.
Honolulu, stopped off on Maui last
Saturday en route from Hilo and
shQO'f hands with his friends, going
on to Honolulu by the afternoon's
All wcrks executed in a
Hblli ster Drug Co .
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
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When in need of Printing
of any kind
The Pianola brings pleasure, to the
entire family throughout the year.
It educates tho children bvmnkine
them appreciative of tic best music,
It nilows ono to enjoy and study
music without studying and aequirin
technique, lo all it opens up the
mimical l'terature of tho wrld.
Tho metroslylu is the latest de
velopment of the I'ianola and has iv
en it pofectio.i.
Vlicn in Honolulu call u'id hear
this wonderful instrument,
illustrated uuaiogus free if you
Bergstrom Music Co.
St. Petersburg, March 28. An Im
mense naval dock at Port Arthur will
bo completed in four months time.
Ihis dock is being rushed to com
pletion as it is required to facilitate
the work of rcparlng the damaged
warships of tho Russian navy.
London, March 28. Tho British
Espiegle will soon leave Newchwang.
Colon, March 28.--Tho cruiser De
troit has sailed for San Domingo. The
Montgomery may soon follow.
San Francisco. March 29.-
steamer Likelike, built for a Honolulu
firm, had her trial trip yesterday in
which she exceeded tho requirements.
She will sail for Honolulu soon.
Chief Engineer Ingram of tho U. S.
S. Iroquois, was seriously injured ear
ly Sunday morning just beforo the ves-
el sailed for Molokai. A condenser
tube over which the chief was work
ing exploded in his face. Dr. Taylor
removed a steel splinter from one of
his eyes. There is a possibility that
the sight of the eve may be saved but
the chances are that ho will lose it.
The schooner Marston muy have to
take a Japanese crew on hor present
trip to the coast. An effort has been
made to get union seamen, but those
generally signing in the coasting ser
vice are scarce in Honolulu at pre
sent. Deep sea sailors, however, are
The steamer J. A. uummins is re
ported to have struck the bar at Wal-
manalo on Saturday. She returned to
Honolulu leaking slightly. She went
on the marino railway yesterday for
A cablegram was received yester-
dy from Midway to the effect that
the transport Buford had arrived
there on Monday, but owing to rough
.weather was unnble to land supplies
for tho cable colony. The officers of
Ihe transport endeavored for two and
a half hours to effect a landing, and
then abandoned tho attempt. The
vessel sailed for Guam.
Owing to tho failure of tne Buford
attempt the U. S. S. Iroquois may be
dispatched from Honolulu at an early
uato to Midway, instructions may
shortly be received by Admiral Terry
from Washington to this effect. The
supply of fresh goods is running short,
and in fact nil supplies are said to bo
low. The Scotia had supplies for Mid
way but wont on the rocks at Guam.
The Buford did not land a pouud, and
the schooner Julia E. Whalen went to
pieces at Midway last year, losing all
her supplies. Advertiser.
A farewell reception was given to
Dr. Mivata at the Japanese Mission
church on Friday evening of last
week. Tho grounds were tastily dec
orated with Japanese lanterns. Over
90 members of tho Japanese .Branch
of the Red Cross Association were
present. In the Maui District there
aronore than one hundred members
in all: and- they have been enrolled
through the efforts of Dr. Miyata
At the reception Rev. T. Komur
presided, and in well-chosen remarks
explained the object for which th
meeting was held. Japanese nymns
were sung at intervals, and speeches
were made by J. Fujiyoshi, S Naka
shima and C. Yamame. Subseqently
K. Dayo presented Dr. Miyata with an
elegant poi bowl, and the recipient
made a very appropriate response
Dr. Miyata and tho two Japanese
nurses sailed for Honolulu about
o'clock on Sa tut day morning. The,
have engaged passage to their nntlv
land, on a steamer which is due at th
end the of this month. During th
wnr with China, Dr. Miyata was in
active service- with tho Medical Corp;
of the Japanese Army for about
year. Ho is ready to resume his
duties immediately after his arrival
in Japanese territory. Tho docto
hopes to return to Lahaina, when th
war is over
Carpenters are at work on SherllT
uindsay's new house, near C. B. Cocl
Rita Kapaakea, infant daughter of
Joseph Edward and Rita Kaleiak
died at a.n early hour on Sunday morn
ing, after a month's illness. Being
child of much promise, its decease' is
The water of the canal is very darli
owing to a coplons flow of molase
from the mill.
Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Hayselden
and Mr. and Mrs. Cross1 were in Lahni
na last we-ok. f
Miss N. A. Holdon wan at Lahaina
luna as tho guest of Mrs. McDonald
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
It would pay you to investigate the mutual investment contract
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
whoso policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may bo
used to reduce tho premium or to increase tho face value ojt. , tho
policy, at the option of the insured.
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years,r-Guaranteed paid up1 in,.'
surance, and guaranteed cash surreuder values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, Genoral 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, BIGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now loca'te'd in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far 1
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd. BISHOP St., HONOLULU'
Kodak Developing Machine 1
Vessels In Poit--KahuluI
Parker, 3g -
Am. Sch. Kona,
Mar. 30, S. S. Claudino,
April 2, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Mar. 29, S. S. Texan, Morse
Mar. 30, S.
April 2, S
It does away with the dark room and rS
can easily be carried about wherever
you go. Its work is always uniform and Z3
and so simple that a child can operate it. fjj
. Write to us for illustrated catalogue
showing how to use it. :52
Honolulu Photo Supply Co 3
NEW STORE ON FORT STREET. HONOLULU 3
S. Claudiue, Parker,
S. Claudine, Parker,
for in? .11 r?Ais r
BismarK yimiG i
Oceanic Time Table.
Successor to 1
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
PATE NAME I'UOM
Mar. 3 China S. F
" 5 Siberia.. '. Yokohama
" 8 Sonoma ' Colonies
" 0 SWi-'n R P
" 12 Doric...'.'..... "!.'.. '.'-'.s-p. the Leadinsr Livfirv Stable Business on Mani
r At- iri.-i I O 1
New BuiLDiKps, New Rigs, New Teams, New Magaqgmekt.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to runl
IB ('optic Yokohama
17 Miowera . ...Colonies
18 Alameda S. F.
22 Nippon Maru S. F.
23 .America Maru. ..Yokohama
20 Ncvadan S. F.-
2'J Ventura Colonies
29 Siberia S.F.
30 Sonoma S. F.
31 Korea . . . . .Yokohama
' 2 Alameda S. F.
3 Novadon S. F.
3 China Yoiiohama
5 Siberia .. S.F.
8 Sononm.. S. F.
9 Siena Colonies
12 Doric Yokohama
15 Coptic S.F.
17 Miowcuu Victoria. B. it.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System o? Press Buttons
Sew and first class rigs and teams, und competent
22 Nippon Maru. ,
23 Amorica Maru. ,
2" 0 Siberia .....
30 Sonoma .
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