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The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke . .President
V,.T,'Rol)iiMin,. .. Vice PreMilerit
tP.J-'ufldii '. :Cashlni-
. D. O. Lindsay.
Trnnsuet.u general bunking bus
Draws .Exchange: o'n Uic United
Stales, .England, France, Germany.
Canada, China, Japan and HonoluWi.
Makes collections promptlyand 'at
ALLO'AS INTEREST ON DE
POSITS. Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
Hie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL , . . .$600,000.00
OFFICERS A'ND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS (i UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooke .President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke.. i ...Cashici
F. C. Athcrton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhousc
Tom May, F. "VV. Macfarlane, E. D.
Tcnny, J. A. McCandless.
Ordinary and Term Deposiis re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass '""Books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Holli ster Drug Co0
i HONOLULU, II. T.
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of Drugs or. -Medicine .is a
guarantee of ihe SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article..
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Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahii
,:zn now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2,00 per message
Central Station for Maui at
i elephone No.
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A rare and licnutifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and. Hulu? Souio never before
published. Charmingly illustra-
'ted with t-.vf'ieal Huxyniian scenes.
Priee, S1.5U, postpaid. Order
direet from the publishers, ll0
.ergstrjtfn Music C6;
Miss Miller, who wns on Maul this
Week left for Honolulu on the Mauna
Attorney N. W. Alull has been
ejected Assistant Secretary of the
Gus Schuman enme over on Wed
nesday, to look after trade in his line
on Maui. '
J. M. Coulson of McChesuey & Co.,
Honolulu, came to Maui by Wednes
Mr. S. T. Alexander who sp6nt a
part of last week in Maui, left for
Honolulu on Saturday.
W. E. Shaw of Hana was a vis
itor at Wailuku this yeek, coming
and returning overland. .
V. H.i Cornwoll Jr.. took in Hono
lulu. by Saturday's boat'; returning on
"Wednesday of this week.
Mr. W. O. Aiken of Paia was in
Wailuku on Wednesday to meet Land
Commissioner E. S. Boyd.
Mr. A. Eerg of Honolulu was a
through passenger from Ha'na by
last Saturday's Ciaudlne.
Mr. Henry Davis, Auditor for Grin
baum & Co. returned from Hana by
last Saturday's b'teamer.
Mr. Edtv. Rogers has,besn appoint
ed clerk in the sheriff's oflico, to
succeed Grorge Cummings.
Land Commissioner, E. S. Boyd
came orer by Tuesday's Kinau, to
look after laud matters on Maui.
Hon. W. P. Haia of Hana and lion
Philip Pali of Lahaina left by last
Saturday's Claudin for Honolulu.
Manager O. B; -Wells goes to Hon
olulu on tonight's Glaudioe. to attend
the Planters' Association meeting.
H. T. Hayselden and J. W. Pod
more who have spent the lu.st week
Muui left for Honolulu by last night's
ll. W. Filler has beeu named and
will probably be appointed as the
third member of the Wailuku Road
Board. ' '
Messrs Pond and Jlunsell of Hono
lulu have been working Mnui tins
week in tho interests of the Now
Fred W. Beckley, .liome ruler, has
been elected speaker, of the House,
and Clarence Crabbe, president of
J. T. Crawley, superintendent of
the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co. of Hono
lulu was a visitor tbllaui by Thurs
day's Claudine. ' '
Mr.,G. B. Curtis of tho L. B. Kerr
Co. spout the early part of the week
on Maui leaving for Hawaii by Tuos
day night'a Kinau.
Dr. George S. Aiken, the Paia
dentist was registered at the Maui
Hv.tel scvei ul days this week, lillinj.
Thomas Lloyd of Dillingham & Co.,
a brother of. James Lloyd, will arrive
at. Kahului next Wednesda3' morning
to take the position of head account
ant in tho K. R.,R. Co. office.
H. B. Penhallow, bookkeeper at
Wailuku and W. A. Sparks, book
keeper at. Kihei,weut.to Honolulu on
Thursday night's Mauna Loa, follow
ed by showers of rice. Each will re
turn to Maui uext Wednesday1, bring
ing an as&istan't with h'ini. 1
HONS At. Wailiiku, Maui, Feb. 20,
1903, Gc'orgeHons', aged 38 years.
Death o! Geot'g.e Hons.
Attorney Geonge Hons, ono of Wai-
luku's leading citizens quietly pass
ed away at his residence at 1.30 A.
M. yesterday with consumption. His
deatli.lmd ,bcen expected 6v the past
veelc. ire funeral services were
held at his resiJence at two o'clock
yestevd&y afternoon, Rev. :B. G.
Beckwith officiating and the remains
were interred in Wailuku cemetery,
under the auspice of Aloha Lod'o
No. 3, K. of P., of which he was7 a
prominent member. f
Mr. Hons hud long been n r.eMdcnt
yf the Islands, formerly a bookkeeper
for Aniouo iiorbn, and afterwords
for the TTllwutinn Tmn liVnlt. fVi
He studiedaw in tho- office of At
torney Johm Richardson, was admit,
ted to practice before tho Supreme
CourJ. nfld engaged in tho practice of
Uw, atAVniluku in which his bright in-
lelectand clear legal iicumen soou
nuufc( him tho. ackiiqwledged lender
at the vMuuilmr, He wus compara
tively A younn man ut tho time of his
death, find had he lived, ho would have
ki with thttbng'test and
meji-ofalTAvMlafii'j:! .. . x
The three-masted schooner Allen A
arrived froir Eureka this morning
with ono of her crew missing. It
seems that at daylight the day sftcr
leaving port, George Hansen, n Nor
wegian sailor, went forward to tht
ib-boom. He was seen to lall into
water and immediately a boat was
lowered. The second mate was iD
charge and nearly lost his life goinu
to the assistance of Hansen. How-
ever, from the time he was seen to
fall, ho was never seen again and it
is thought he was sucued wider llu
vessel, which must huve passed ovei
him. A search was mado but It wab
without avail. Bulletin.
San Francisco, February 10. Tho
ship Florence, now 77 days out from
the Sound to Honolulu, was today
posted at the Merchants' Exchange
as "missing" and is no lougor in the
"overdue" list. Thcro is no longer
any hopo here that sho will reacli
any port. She undoubtediy went to
the bottom with all hands in the
storms that raged about tho Sound
just af tor sho left port.
A cablegram received in this city
yesterday stated that the freighter
Nebraskau had arrived at San Fran
cisco, eight days from Horiolulu. Tho
big freighter was heavily laden,
carryipg about 5,738 tons of sugar.
San Francisco, Feb. 1C Tho in
spectors of hulls and boilers have de
prived Mate Olsen of his license and
suspended Captain Pogue for a month
because of their conduct at the time
the Crescent City was wrecked.
On Wednesday, the Kahului Rail
road Co. loaded 20,000 bags of sugar
on the Novadan. which beats nil
previous records; the highest number
of bags horotoforo loaded in ono day
being 17,500. '
Owing to the inspection of the
Claudine by the Federal Inspectors
of Hulls and BoilorB, she was detain
ed n day in Honolulu, reaching Kahu
lui' Thursday morning.
San Francisco, Fob. 1G. The O,
S. S. .Mariposa sailed today with
supplies for the sufTorers by the tidal
wave that swept tho Tuamotu islands
in tho South Seas.
The Novaadn, which has beeu in
Kahului harbor s.everal days sails for
Honolulu this afternoon.
Vessels in Pstvt Kahului
S. S. Nevadan, Weedon, from Hon
Feb. 1G. S. S. N,6vadan, Weedon,
Feb.- 19, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 21, S. S. Claudine, Parkei,
Feb. 15, Am. Sp. Amy Turner,
Warlund, for San Francisco, sugar.
Feb. 1G, Am. Sch. Alice Kimball,
Lorenson, for San Francisco.
Feb. 19, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Fob. 21, S. S.Claudino, Parkor.for
Oceanic Time Table.
Siorra. . . , Colonies
Ventura.' ....S. F.
Gaelia.C .S. F.
Hongkong Maru ,S. F.
Alameda S, F.
Nippon Maru. . , . .Yokohama
Miowera Victoria, B. C.
Nevadan...-..' S. F.
China.,;'.' :...S. F.
CUy'df Peking. ...Yokohama
Souoma. i :. Colonies
Sierra.,. .; ., S. F.
Doric' -,..S. F.
3 Sierra ......
" 4 Gaelic. .....
" 7 Doric.....'..
"' 7 NebiMskan . .
" 11 Aoraugi Victoria, B.C.
" 12 Hr.ngkong Maru. .Yokohama
" 14 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 14 Miowera Colonies
" 18 Alameda.' S. F.
". 20 China...' Yokohama
" 24 City of Peking...' S. F
" 24 Sonoma,,. S. F.
" 24 Ne,vadan. '., S. F.
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