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ft ,1.-T W,
can be had at the office of the
Containing Lisiorhie, thnt wonder
ful germicide, combined with other
dentifrices. To try is to buy. You
will ue no other.
25c per bottle
Contains just twice as much as any
other 25c. package; .
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
The Lewers & Cooke Bldg.
Wo also have a complete and up-IP-date
lino of Job Type and.'are! pre
pared to do;
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkin Cashier
Directors R. A. "Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsay
This littlo K.ifo is jours for tho asking.
qulro at First National Hank, Wailuku.
Tk Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
tho Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko..' President
C. Jones Vice-President
H. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton,
E. V. Bishop.
Transact a Genero,l Commercial
and Savings Business.
Ofhbt-r Feuerpilo of tho ICihei police
force .was in town last Sunday.
Bishop Restnrlck was n visitor to
Hawcli by Tuesday night's Kinnu.
ilr. and Mrs. A. Enos Jr. of Wal
luku, are visiting Honolulu this week.
Attorney J. L. Kaululcou, who hns
spent some months on Maui, fit lor
Honolulu last Saturday.
D. MeCorriston of Moloknlhns been
nnnnintud District Mairistrate to
succeed ex-Judge Mahoo.
Sheriff Baldwih of Wailuku made a
business trip toLahaina on Wednes
day, returning yesterday.
Captain and Kirs J. S. Molony of
Lahaina leave foe the coast shortly
to make their homo there.
Paul Jarrott, manager of the Ulu-
palakua cattle rancfye, returned from
Honolulu by Tuesday's Claudine.
Miss M. Mossman, who has been
spending some time in Wailuku, left
last Saturday,' foi) a visit to Honolulu.
V. O. Smith of Honolulu, who spent
some months in Washington, returned
from the coast by last week's steamer.
Mr. F. F. Baldwin and family, who
have been visiting on tho coast, re
turned to Maui by Wednesday's Clau-dine.
W. E. ShawofHana, whohasspont
tsome months in the States was a pas
senger to Hana on this week's Clau-
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. -Atherton. of
Honolulu came over to Maui'dn "Wed-, .Ijaspiot yet been reported. The Ban
nesday's boat, and are visiting up galore; is out fourteen days and the
country. Olympic ten days. Advertiser.
Ned Krucger has been booked as Freight Agent Morse of the Amer
nitcher for the Maile Ilimas of Hono- lean-Hawaiian Steamship Company
lulu, but it is not likely that he will received a cablegram yesterday after
desert the Stars.
Judge Kepoikai has not yet received
word of his confirmation but he doubt
less will in a few days, as congress is
to adjourn shortly.
Mr. James Bcrgstrom ot the Berg
strom Music Co., Honolulu, came over
on Wednesday's Claudine, in tho in
terests of his house.
C. C. Eakin of the Gunst-Eakin
Cigar Co., and C. McGonagle of Ben
last Saturday's Claudine.
Mr. J.R.Castle and Senator Palmer
Wood of Hawaii, landed from Tues
day's Kinau at Kihei on Tuesday
night, and went up country;
TbK o. Anil 25.-J-The Japanese
steamship companies are cancelling
Contracts beyond Chemulpo on ac
count of fear of floating mines.
Tacomn, April 25.- Orders has been
received from the Navy Department
by tho cruiser Tacoma to cruise from
Tacoma to Honolulu and between Ho
nolulu and San Francisco in search of
tlie lost island, which has been often
reported by sea captains, but the
existence of which is doubted.
San Francisco, April 24 The Ital
ian cruiser Ligura arrived here yes
terday in command of tho Duk6
D'Abruzzi. brother of tho King of
Port Arthu'r, April 23. While
p'neing mines in tho harbor from
launches one exploded, killing Lieut.
Pell and twenty men.
Kingston, Jamaica, April 22. The
British cruiser Retribution will sail
lor Blueiields on Tuesday to demand
tho telease of six turtle schooners
and their crews held by the Nicaragua
authorities and to collect damages.
Should it bo necessary the Retribu
tion will bombard Blue'fieds.
The American ship Bangulore,
which left Honolulu for Kahului about
two wceks'ago,- has not been report
ed at the latter por.t. Tho vessel was
probably drivpn to tho southwest dur
ing tlie Heavy trades which were
blowing about the time of tho ship's
departure. The bark Olympic start
ed a few day later for Kaanapali,and
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., TD, Agents
HONOLULU ' .
It would pay you to investigate tho
mutual investment contract
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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whose policies provide for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may bo
used to reduce tho premium or to increase tho face valuo of tho
policy, at the 'option of the insured. ,
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two YefS Guaranteed paid up in
surance, and guaranteed cash surreudor values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii;
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative. -tr
Smith & Co., left for Honolulu on
noon that tho steamship Californian
had sailed yesterday from San Fran
cisco for this ptfrt witli mail as well
a3 freight. Tho S. S. Nevadan is due
to leave San Francisco for this port
On April 29, and tho Alaskan will sail
from Puget Sound for Honolulu on
May 3. Advertiser.
Tho Tnited States revenue cutter
Thetis, Captain Hamlet, sailed from
Saiv"FranciscQ' for Honolulu on April
9, where she will remain several
months. From Honolulu she will pro
ceed north and make her regular
cruise in Alaskan waters. The Thetis
formerly belonged to the navy and in
spite of her age is one of the stoutest
vessels flying the flag of tho Treasury
T)rcrnrt.mfnt,. Shn hrfs tlifi most corn
er n l T- ! TTT ! 1 . . 1 1 I ir
iurs. wanuei uoss oi wunuhu, wuu fm,t . , nf nv nt.torin tho
naa oeen veryiow wuu uuubuuipuuu rcveuue sel-vice. Advertiser,
for some time.died earl v last Saturday
morning, and was buried on Sunday. The scnooner Kailua was wrecked
on April u. near jf ugot bounu. ah
,L. Barkhausen, managers or no. hauds are believed to have been
neer Plantation, Lahaina, wa's a visit- -drowned.
I .rn rntlirninfrnn Wf.rln ncrl flV e I I fill. 1 '
.. ' e or Craignenk went ashore here today.
,-Uiu steamer is inuen witn u sugur
D. J. McKay, represent Folger & cargo from. Matauzas for New York.
All works executed in a
MANNER & & &
HolHster Drug Co
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
When in need of Printing
of any kind
filVE US A CALL
The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire famUy throughout tho year,
It educates tho children by making
them appreciative of tto best music.
It allows ono to cnjpy and study
music without studying and acquiring
technique. To all it opens up the
musical llteraturo of tho world.
Tho metroslylo is the latest do
velopraent of the Pianola and has giv
en it pefeotioj
When in Honolulu, call and hear
this wonderM instrument.-
Illustrated uataioguo Iree if you
ffiergstrom Music Co!
in the market i
Sold on Maui
by all dealers
r GET A-
Every boy and girl ought to havo one; grown folks too,
for that matter. (
They tako excellent pictures and they cost only $1 for
style No. 1; style No. 2 is $2.00. Send for a "Brownie" book
let (illustrated) free for tho asking.
Co., the S. F. spico house came over
from Hawaii on laBt night's Kinau,
and will spend the coming week with
tho Maui trade.
Manager D. L. Meyer of tho Maui
Wine & Liouor Co. leaves for tbo
coast in a few days to place his child
ren in school. He will be gone for
five or six weeks.
A. H. Jackson, general insurance
agent, located at Hilo, came over by
last Saturday's Kinau and has spent
'the week on Maui, representing tho
New York Life. ,,
Mr. J. Michaels, representing Neu-
statder Bros., S.' F., is among tho
Maui merchants this week, having
stopped off of tho Kinau from Hono
lulu on Tuesday night.
Vessels in Port" -Kahului
Am Sch. A. G. Ropes, Riveas, from
Japan to load sugar for New York.
Apr. 27, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
April 28, Am.sp.Bangalore, Blanch-
ard, from Honolulu in ballast; to load
April 30, S. S. CJaudiue, Parker,
from Hana, 7"
Apr. 27, S. S, Claudine, Parker,
April 30, S. S. Claudino, Parker,-
H; HonQlulu-PhbtoSupply Co. 3
fE NEW STORE ON FORT STREET, HONOLULU. '.
Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
Owing to Mr. J. Schulmelster's im
pending departure for Honolulu, tho
Wailuku Band will give a farewell
concert at the Native Church, Wai
luku, on Friday oveniug, May Cth,
1904, at which the following program
will bo rendered.
Overture. Czuriua. ...... .Rathbun
Cornet Solo. Northwind Polka
Mr. Jos. Schulmeistor.
Baritouo Solo. Hearts & Flowers
Mr. Geo. B. Schrader.
Intormezzo. A Wigwam Courtship
Baritone Fantasia. II Trovature
s Mr. Geo. B. Schrader.
Ove r tu re.---Philomel Hyde
intermezzo. Anona... . ...wciiiniey
March', Morning Stab),., .Schrader.
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME ' FROM
ApL (J Nevadan . . . . , S. F,
" G Aorangi Colonies
" 8 Alameda.' S. F.
!' 9 Coptic S.F,
" 9 Gaelic Yokohama
" 9 Moana Victoria, B. O,
" 19 Sierra , Colonies
" 20 Ventura S.F,
" 23. Korea,, S.F,
" 20 China -Yokohama
" 29 Alameda S. F,
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, New Magaoement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System o! Press Buttons.
tfew and first class rigs and teams, and competent driver'
FSRE! F"IR!E' FIRE!
YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD.
HI? MFPf!HANni.CR INCIIDPrvo
Apl. C Aorangi Victoria, B. Q
7 Nevadan S. F.
9 Coptic Yokohama
0 Gaelic S. F.
S) Moana Colonies
13 Alameda.' S. F,
19 Sierra; S. F,
2GChMa.,, S. F.
IF NOT? WHY NOT?
IN CASE OP FIRE, WOULD YOU BE A HEAVY
LOSER? WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOLULU .INVESTMENT CO., LTD
General Agents of Thdllnsuratice Co. of North America,
The Now Zealand .Insurance Co;:, Tho Wes'chester Firo.liv ,
surance Co., The Canton' Marine Insurance Cp., Judd Bldg
Honolulu, tt. xy