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La Escuria and
Old Government Plantation
Per 100, $4.00, $5.50 and $7.00
i , v A most Elegant Smoke!
A Superior Cigar!
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
1G9 KitiffSt. Honolulu,
Tho Lowers A Cooko Bldg. -
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
'Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkiti Cashio.r
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. 0. Lindsay.
A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Earned.
No matter hov; large,
no matter how small,
bring your savings to
this batik. Wo will
furnish you with a
pass-book m which , "
every transaction will
bo recorded. '
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. CookQ .. .President
P. C. Jones , . . .Vice-President
C. H. Cooke : , . . , Cashier
F. C. Athertou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry "Waterhousc E. D. Tenncy,
J. A, McCandlcss, C. H. Atherton,
E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
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HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
- All first class stores handle
Sic Pianola brings pleasure to the
o family throughout tho year.
educates tho children by making
igmapprcciauve or tto best music.
It allows one to onjoy and study
f music-o. itiiout study tug and acouirfng
J teenfirjue. To all it opens up the
j i8Uical1Uoratur of the world.
y Tha mnft-rtfllirlA la tVm tnticf fin.
,-relopmeiiL of tho Piauolu and has giv-
cn it pefeclioii.
T.'hen in Honolulu call aud hear
' Mih wonderful instrument.
. ".Illustrated Catalogue ' free if you
' write. , '
ROAD KCANAC TOWARDiJ
Piopotals will he received at the
otlicct nf the Supt. of Public Works,
unlit 12 o'clock in. of Julv 20, 1304, for
C mstruciioL' Koud from Kenttrio to
wards Kailuii, Maul, T. H.
Plans and specifications uro on lile
at the oilier of the Asst, Sunt, of Pub
lic Work", Honolulu, and with R. J.
Meticttinn, Chairman liana Road
Board, Maui, copies of which will b
furnished intending bidders on re
cciptof 5.00, which sum mil bo re
turned intending bidder after he has
deposited and returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted ou the
blank forms, which will be furnished
by the As--t Supt. of Public Works,
and enclosed in a sealed envelope ad-dre.-sed
to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Supt.
of Public Works, Honolulu, T. H., en
dorsed "Proposal for Road from Ke
antic 'towards K&llua, Maui."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making
the same and all persons interested
therein and must be accompanied by
a certified check of 5 percent of the
amount of the proposal, payable to
C. S. Holloway, Supt. of Public
Works, as surety that if the proposal
be accepted a contract will be en
No proposal will bo entertained un
less mado on the blanks lurnisned by
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works and
delivered at the office of the Supt. of
Public Works previous to 12 o'clock
m. on theday specified.
The Superintendant reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendant of Public Works,
Honolulu, July VI, 1004.
Ari'ItOAClIEu to Co.nciietk Akch
Bridge Acnoss Maliko Gur.ctt
AT K.ALUA.NUI, MaKAWAO.
Sealed proposals will be opened by
the Superintendent of Public WorksLafteruoou,
u v-.M A. M. ou Wednesday, July
20lh, 1901, at the Maui Hotel, Wai
luku, for constructing the approaches
to the now Concrete Arch Culvert at
Maliko Gulch, Kaluanui, Makawao.
Plans and specifications arc on file
at the oflice of the Assistant Super
intendent of Public Works, Hono
lulu, and copies of same may bo had
of f,he Inspector of Concreto at tho
site of tho work- on receipt of $5.00,
which sum will be returned to the bid
der after.depositin" bid and return.
inr plans. 1
Proposals.must be submitted on tho
blank forms which w.ill bo furnished
with tho plans, and enclosed in a seal
ed envelopo addressed to the Hon. C,
Holloway, Supt. of Public Wot ks,
Maui Hotel, Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
endorsed "Proposal for Approaches
to Concrete Arch Culvert at Maliko
Gulch, Kaluanui, Makawao, Maui."
hach.proposal must contain tho full
name of the party or parties making
sarno anc, must be accompanied by a
certified check or cash approximate
Jy 5 per cent of the amount of the
proposal, payable to C. S. ilollowav,
Supt. of Public Works,as surely that
if tho proposal be accented, a con
tract will be entered, into.
No proposal will bo entertained un
less madecn the blanks furnished,and
dolivered to the Supt. of Public
Works or to W. O. Aiken, Chairman
of tho Makawao Road Board, pro
vious to tho time above set for open
ing of proposals.
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
(Signed.) C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Supt. of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H., July 12, 1904.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the stockhoId.ers of tho Maui Wine &
Liquor Cp, Ltd. will bo held at the
K. of P. Hallj on Wednesday oveniug,
July 20th, vm, at 7:30 o'clock.
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
catos Nos. oitbo to WOO, both inclurt
sive. and Certificates Nos. 3427 to
3415, also both inclusive, of tho II u
waiian Really and Mututity Co. Ltd.
havolieen lost in the month of Mayor
June 1001, botwuen 'Wailuku and La
haiua, Findsre please Voturn to the
Maui Nows Oflice liv Wailuku, or to,
the Hawaiian Realty and Maturity
Co s Oflice, P. O. Box 205 Mclntyro
Bdg. Honolulu, T. II.
The HawaiUwReaUv.iv Maturity Co.,
Ltd. L. K KkntweUi,
Mr. W. E. Shaw of Honolulu spent
this week on.Muut.
Mr. F. F. Baldwin of Pimncne was
in town Inst Monday for a brief visit.
Mr. Hugh Howell of Nahiku re
turned from Honolulu on Wednesday.
Mr. L. G. Blackman, wife and
child were booked on thoClaudinefor
Maui this week. v.
Father Mnximin of IJatnoa was a
returning passenger from Honolulu
on Wednesday's boat.
Messrs. D H. andD. K. Kahaule-
Ho of Lahaiua were visitors to Wai-
luku onTuesday'of this week.
Mrs. S. D. Heapy, formerly of Wai
'uku is revisiting our town aR the
guest Mrs. G. 13. 'Robertson.
Mr. W. T. Robinson, who has been
attending tho Chicago Convention is
expected homo on August 4.
Misses Nancy, Mollio and Etta
Cumnings of Waikapu wcro visitors
to Lahaina on Monday, returning the
same day. 11
Miss Sanders, daughter of Peter
Ssjnders of Honolulu is visiting Kahu
lui as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A, S.
J. S. Axtell, the monument, safe
iron fenoe man of Honolulu has been
doing business among tho Maui people
Charley Herrick, representing Gus.
Schumann Ltd. is among tho Maui
horso men this week, selling srood
Attorney Enos Vincent of Paia was
in Wailuku on Monday, engaged in
tho trial of a caso before tho Dis
Mr. R. B. Henderson, representing
Buckingham fc Hecht, the San Fran
cisco Shoo Manufactory is doing busi
ness oil Maui this wok.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Enos Jr. and
ri auditor leave for Honolu'u this
on route to tho Coast
They will visit tho World s Fair.
Charles Bellinaof the Club Stables
came over on We dnesday.to take the
Nevadan for the Coast. Ue will ship
Billy Lcmp by steamer from Hono
Mr. C. L. Clement of the "Side
lights", spent the early part of tho
week in Lahainaj incidenlly looking
after the business interests of the
Miss Kate Kelley,fortnor secretary
to Governor Dolo arrived via-Thurs
day mornings Ivaiulani to- take
this afternoon's Nevadan for tho
Mr. Marston Campbell, the head of
the machinery department of the vori
Hamm-Young Co.,' arrived by Wed
nesday's Claudino to spend tho week
Hon. W. P. Haia of Hana has ten
dered his resiguation as member of
the legislature to Governor Atkinson
who declines to assume the authority
of accepting it.
Mr. S. W. Fcnncr, a prominent
sugar planter and mill man from the
Fiji Islands is on Maui this week
takina notes on Island methods of
handling tho sugar crop.
Services at Island Churches
Sti Anthony's Church, Wnilulai.
Sunday Sqrvices. Communion,G:00
A. M. , Children's Mass, 8:30 A. M.
Instruction in Eugllsh. Second Mass,
10:00 A. M. Instruction in English
and Portuguese followed by benedic
tion. Catccliism, daily, 9:00 to 9:30
A. M. during school term.
The Church o the Good Shepherd,
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
7th Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion, 7 A. M. Sunday
School, 10:15 A. M. Matins with
Sermon, 11 A. M.
Church of Holy Innocents, Lalialiuj
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rnqtor.
Holy Gommunion, 7:00 A. M. every
Sunday. Morning service, 11:00 A
M. Evening Prayer, 1:30 P. M
During Advent and ivcnten season
special weok day sorvices.
KiKiluimniiu Church, Wullukn
Rev. ,7. Nua, Pastor.
. Sunday School, 10:30 A. M. Morn
ing Sorvico U A. M. Aftcrr4p0B.Se
Knnnnpnll Harbor's Ulstorinl
To sea-faring men and especially
eep.sea sailors there are ships pom,
more technally speaking built
which aro destined to "goon the even
tenor of their ways" silent but active,,
earning u goodly sum for ineir
owners, ana tnen mere aro otners
who must have beeu born or launched
on an unlucky day, that is if tholr re
cord of misbehavior counts.
Riding at anchor at Kaanapall is a
trim little iron- bark known as the
Abbie Palmer, discharging her cargo
tf coal. To look at her one would not
see any thing out of tho ordinary.
To the "land lubber" she looks the
samo us auy other iron built bark,
yet this samo vessel has a history
which possibly few ou Maul know.
She was British built and for years
earned for her owners a gratifying
That troubles never camo singly
but in couplets of three is exem
plified by this.bark. About fourteen
years ago she turned turtle" in the
harbor of San Francisco, but was
eventually raised and given an Amer
ican register. Some twelve months
later she was run down by one of tho
Empress line of steamer plying be
tween Victoria and tho Orient, and
again repaired, but. after another
twelve months bad elapsed was dis
mantled in a storm and had to be tow
ed in to Seattle.
As sne appears to do lit lor many
a good year's toil and staunch enough
to combat with tbo vagaries of the
seas it is to oo nopeu tnat witti tne
completion of the couplet of mis
fortunes she will henco forth conduct
herself as all woll behaved, well named
and mastered ships should.
Maalaea Liaiix-SrATioN-Is.or Maui
Notice Is hereby given that ou July
C, 1904, the intensity of the light here
tofore shown at tho Maalaea Light
Station, Island of Maui, wnsincresed
by substitutiug a fixed white post
lantern light hi place of the flxod
whito hand lantern light formerly
howu.' No change was mado in the
appearance of the structure nor in
the height of tho light above mean
By order of tho Light-House Boavd,
A P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant-Commander, U. S. N.
Vessels in Port--KahuIui
Am.s Sch. A. LI. Kollog, Avorsen,
from Eureka, Lumber. ' .
July 10, S. S. Nevadan, G rocu, from
Honolulu, Freight. ,
July 12, S. S. Clnudiue, ' Park9r,,
July M, S. S. Ivaiulani, Dow, 'from
Honolulu, Fertilizer. N '
July 1C, S. S. Claudine,' Parker.
from Hana. ' - ;
Departures ' . - f
July13, S.. S. Claudine, Parker,
July 13, S. S. Ivaiulani, Dov, for
July 1(5, S. S. 'Nevadan, Green, for
S. F., sugar.
July 16, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
1 Alameda S. F.
2 Manuka Victoria, .B. .C.
7 Novadan S. F,
8 Mongolia Yokohama
!) Korea ,...i..S. 1-
12 Sonoma Colonies
13 Sierra S. F,
19 China Yokohama
21 Gaelic S.F.
22 Alameda S. F,
27 Mlowera '. , Colonies
30 Aorangi Victoria,; B, C,
31 Doric ..Yokohama
2 Manuka; (ponies
G Alameda ,S. F
8 Nevadan S. F,
S Mongolia ..-.. .S. F.
t) Koroa Yokohama
12 Sonoma , .S. F,
13 lorra., Colonies
10 China....- , S. F,
21 Gaelic Yokohama
27 Alameda S. F.
27 Mlowera Viotorin.U.O,
30 Amjpgl M . . t Gqlcwig
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H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
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