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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke. .-. . . .President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin ..Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsav.
Thl3 llttlo siifo Is yours for tho nslilng. En
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Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Watcrhouse, E. D. Tennev.
J. A McCandless. C. H. Atherton,
E. K Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire family throughout the year
It educates the children bv making
ihenvappreciative of tro best music,
It allows ono to enjoy and study
music without studying and acquiring
technique.. To all it opens up tho
musical l'terature of the wrld.
The metroslyle is the latest de
volopment of tho Pianola and has giv
en it pofectioii.
When in Honolulu call and hear
this wonderful instrument.
illustrated uataioguo ireo if you
Mr. and Mr?. A. A. Braymer came
over on Wednesday's Claudinc.
Messrs. O'Brien and Mcintosh are
on Maul this week with a Hue of cloth
for gent's suits.
Deputy Sheriff Lindsey of Lahaina
has resinned, but his successor has
not yet been appointed.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin was not able
to present at tho opening of the
Senate, but goes this week.
Mr. Gilman of tho Elgin Jowelry
Co. was on Maui this week, and
leaves for Honolulu by the Claudlne.
Capt Chas. Wilcox will oiliclatc as
clerk of the Circuit Court during tho
absence of Clerk Coelho in Honolulu,
Attorney John Riehardsonaccom'
pained by his daughter, Miss Riohard
son were on Saturday s boat for Ho
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Hon. A. N. Kepolkal has resigned
as Territorial xteasuror, ana , win
probably be appointed Circuit Judge
Mrs. Carlcy of Oakland, California
anlved on Wednesday to spend some
months with her son, Mr. E. B. Car
lej of Paia.
Senator S. E. Kaitie Hon. W. P
Haia and Hon. S. E. Knlamaleft by
last Saturday's boat to attend the
Mr. Haworth of the Hilo Tribune
has resigned tho editorship of that
paper to accept the city editorship of
the Bulletin in Honolulu.
Principal F. P. Rosecrans of tho
school at H.moa was a passenger to
Honolulu by last Saturday's Claudine,
returning on Wednesday.
Mr. William Betters arrived by the
Claudine for the purgpse of erecting
the new bank building, and the
work has already begun.
Col. McClcllan, U. S. A.,, arrived
from Hawaii last Saturdtay morning,
and after inspecting Company I., left
on the afternoon boat for Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Moller of Hana
were passengers on last Saturday's
Claudine for Honolulu. Mr. Moller
has severed his connection with the
.Attorney Case of Wailuku went to
Honolulu on Saturday, re'turnlng on
Wednesday with a pocket .full of au
thorities on the subject 'of contempt
ot Circuit Court.
Young Nap formerly In business at
Makawao attempted to leave for
China on the Korea, but was brought
ashore by his creditors and is held in
Honolulu under bonds.
Court Clerk Coelho, who went to
Honolulu last Saturday will remain
over to secure the appointment of In
terpreter if possible, and also to do
some incidental lobbying on behalf of
Mr. George Weight was called to
Honolulu by wireless last Saturday,
to tfe bedside of his dying mother,
who passed away before he could
reacn Honolulu, tio returned on
C. TIedcman ot the Honolulu Iron
Works and F. Milliken', of Milliken
Bros, were on Maui last week, and it
is whispered that their visit was in
connection with contemplated im-
provemcnts on a largo scale at Ka-
Attorney Enos Vincpnt was ad-
muieu io practice oeioro ipe xerri
torial Supreme Court last weqk, im
mediately upon his arrival fromalaw-
school in the States. He come, over
to Maui this week, and will probably
locate in Wailul.u.
RODRIGUES At Wailuku, Maui,
April 3, 1904, A. J. Rodrigues,
aged 41 years.
CARLEY At Paia, Maui, April 4,
1904, Elaina Antonetta Carley,
aged 20 months and 2 days, daugh
ter of Mr. aud Mrs. E. B. Carley
Card oi Thanks.
The undersigned desire to return
thanks to those whose kindly help and
sympathy wore so freely given during
our recent affliction.
Mrs. A. J. Rodrigues and family,
Cord o! Thanks.
Mr. E. B. Carley and familyender
heartfolt thanks to those whose lov
ing help and sympathy did so much
to-llghteh.tho.loss.of. oyr baby girl.
The bark St. Kathenne, Captain
Saunders, sailed on Tuesday for' San
Francisco with 11,278 bags sugar
from Onomea, 18,080 bags from Ho-,
nomu, 3,000 lbs. coffee, 2(19 bundles
hides and skips and general mer
chandise amounting to $353. Total
cargo, $109,320.158. Hawaii Herald.
Tho Hawaiian American S. S. Tex
an arrived in port Tuesday nicht, and
will take on sugar for Delaware
Breakwater. Capt. Horatio Timo-
thcus Lake will liavo charge of the
loading. Hawaii Herald.
INowchwang, April 4. The press
boat which was held by tho Russians
has been released. The Russian com
mander has explained that the boat
.was dotnlned on account of Its coming
Indirectly from Chemulpo.
San Francisco, Cal., "April 2. The
steamship Coptic sailed today for the
Orient via Honolulu. Tho Coptic car
ries In her cargo 2,500 tons 6f freight
for Japan,-supplies that will pre
sumably eventually reach the Japan
The U. S. S. Iroquois departed at
9. n. m. Mnnrlnv for Mlrkvnv. nil rf.
pairs to the Intermediate cylinder
having been made. Tho vessel put
back to Honolulu on Sunday after
having gone seventy miles on the way
Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans,
commander-in-chief of the Asiatic
Station, cabled the Navy Department
on March l'that tho annual record
target practice of the battleships and
cruisers of his fleet had been com
ploted. tho following being the best
single scores made. In 11 minutes
and 20 seconds the-best 13-inch gun of
tho Wisconsin mado nine hits, the I
Oregon six hits and the Kentucky
made five hits. The best 5-Inch gun
of the Kentucky made eleven hits in
twominutes. Letters received from
tho Pacific Station announce the com
pletion of the target practice of Rear
Admiral uiass s squadron, but no
figures arc given, though it is stated
that the records were as good as be
fore. Army and Navy Journal.
The S. S. Nevadan arrived in Ka-
hului yesterday morning.
Vcescls in Port--KaliuIui 2
S. S. "Nevadan, Greene, from S. F.
Anr. fi. S.
from Honolulu. '
April 8, S. S. -Nevadan, Greene,
from S. F. via Honolulu.
April 9, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Am. Sch. -Kona, Dinsmore,
for S. F.
Apr. G, S.
S. Claudine, Parker,
April 9, S
S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
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Dead Horse Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named, marked and described
parcels will bo sold at public auction
at Juihului, Maul April 23, 1904, "at
U-30 o'clock Pi M.,- for freight and
storage dues, if not called for by own-
ers befdro date of sale.
Ozaki, 1 basket; Diamond U. 1 box
oil; Mary Rodrigues, 1 bale lauhalu
T. Yanaga, 1 box. 1 tin: Diamond P.
box; Kekea School, 1 p'kge maps
Diamond S, 1 box; no mark, 2 trunks
clothes, 1 box, 2 baskets; 1 sailer'.
.P.fi clothes. ' ., ,, J ,
Burt's Barasse Furnace
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