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, OF IUAILUKU
Clmrlos M. 'Gunki- Prusid- n
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C.I). UifMn....v.f. Cashier
Directors H, A. Wadsworth,
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Stales, Enyland, France, Garmnny.
Canada, China, Jopan and Honolulu.
Makes collections promptly and at
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POSITS. Leans money on approved personal
special arrangements with out of
town depositors wherebv their cheeks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
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Tiie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 870,000.00
Chns. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko ' Cashiei
F. C. Atherton, . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tenney,
J. A McCnndless, C. H. Athertoii,
E. F. Bishop.
Tiansact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
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h'simme oh a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
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QUALITY of the Article.
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Telegrams to all Points of
Hawaii, Lanai and Oahu
can now be forwarded by
Twenty cents per word
$2.00 per message
' Central Station for Maui at
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
1 A rare and heaulifu'collection
.jot fyd and new Hnwaliaii'Sobgs
and Hulas. .Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, tho
Bergstrom Music Co.
Charluy Dav of Muofurlane & Co,,
arrived by Wednesday's Cfniidine. ,
Mrs. S. D. tluapy loaves Lahaina
for Honolulu by tonight's Claudine.
Architect C. V. Dickey and wife,
came over on Wednesday's Claudine.
W. Robb of Kannapnll was a pas
senger to Honolulu by lasi Monday's
J. G. Kothwell of Peacock & Co,
arrived on Maui by
Kinau. from Hawaii.
Rev. G. L, Pearson,
week on Maui, U ft for
Monduy'b Mauna Loa.
wh'o spent a
F. J, Croun, mnnaircr of the Inter
Island Wireless Co., booked for Maui
by this week' Claudine.
C. D. Loveland of Hnmakuapoko,
returned from a two weeks' visit to
Honolulu by Wednesday's Claudine.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin of the Wai
luku Bank took a run to Honolulu
last week, roturning on Wednesday
Attorney N W. Aluli left for Hon
olulu by Monday night's Mauna Loa,
to accept a position in the ollice of
the Attorney General.
Mr. A. W. Carter and wife came
over on yesterday's Ncbraskan, to
visit, Mr. and Mrs. L. von Tempsky
at. Haleakala Rancho.
Mr. Ferd Hons of the Kahului
Railroad Co. leaves for Honolulu on
tho Nebraskan for a three months
vacation trip to the Coast.
W. G. Ojjg of Pahala, Hawaii,
was a passenger to Honolulu by
Monday's MauuaLoai returning io
Hawaii by Tuesday's Kinau.
Rev'. Cannon Ault returned from
Hawaii and held services he-re last
Sunday but has spent the greater
part of this week in Honolulu.
F. M. Husted came over on the
Lehua, and is delivering the annual
directory to Maui subseriberd. He
leaves for Hilo by Tuesday's Kinau.
Supreme Presideut Kierso of the
Y. M. I. left for Hawaii by Tuesday's
Kinau, returning to Honolulu last
night. He leaves for the coast to
day, Auditor T. R. Robinson of Brewer
& Co. n rrived from H awaii by Mon
day's Mauna Loa, lauding at Maa
laea, and will spend several days on
Capt. Henry Bi
n Band is rapid
Berger of the Haw.v
apidly recovering from
his recent accident, and will be "on
Maui with his band at the Aug. 12
J. J. Coomb j of savory memory on
Maui, who was recently charged with
passing fraudulent checks, has been
committed to tho Insane Asylum in
Mr. J. W. Waldron of Schaeffer &
Co., and formerly head bookkeeper
of the K. R. R. Co. spent several
days at Huelo, leaving for Honolulu'
by Monday night's boat. ' v
Mr. and Mrs. D; B. Murdock como
over by Tuesday's Kinau !jo make
.iheir future homo on MaUi. Tho will
reside at the old Will Beckwith homo
near the Foreign Church, Paia.
E. R. Siackable, U. S. Collector of
Customs, Honolulu arrived on Maui
from Hawaii last' Saturday, and
after spending the day at Kahului
left for Honolulu on tho Claudine.
Mr. Ah Lo is on Maui this week,
pushing the proposition of raising
funds to secure valuable mining con
cessions in China. He leaves for
China about the 'first of September.
M. F. II. Hayselden of Lahaina,
accompanied by his daughter, Miss
Racheal Hayselden drove over, to
Wailuku on Wednesday on business,
returning to Lahaina on Thursday
Capt. Petersen of tho "Diamond
Head," accompanied by his wifo, Dr.
and Mrs. Petevs and Mr. Anlborg of
Lahaina, drovo over to' Wailuku on
Wednesday, roturning the same day.
j Foi One Week Only
Oji Wednesday, August 4, and for
outyveek following, a fine display of
Mljlmer-y just received from San Fran
cisco per. "Alameda" will bo exhibit
ed at the former "Rodrigues' Store"
Wailuku, by Cantor's "Aloha" Mil
finery Store. All lato stylos. The
ladles of Maui are cordially invitod to
call and inspect our stock.
Mrs, C. C. ROSENNASSER.
Captain Rodman will not lenvo on
his trip to the other islands on the
Iroquol3 for the purpose of corrct
ing the sailing directions for vessels
approaching these island until next
week. It was his intention to sail
this week, but now he has decided to
await tho coming of Admiral Terry
who is duo here on the Alameda next
Tho American-Hawaiian steamship
Nebraskan arrived from Tacoma this
morning early. She was docked at
the mauka end of the railroad wharf
at about 8 o'clock. The Nebraskan
left, San Francisco July 10; Seattle
July 15, and Tacoma July 18. The
purser reports lino weather from
Cape Flattery. Light to moderate
trades from 29 degress north. The
Nebraskan brings 3,110 tons flour,
feed and general merchandise for
Honolulu and 505 tons for .Kahului.
Herbert Young arrived from Molo-
kai Saturday in the gasoline schooner
Brothers, The Youngs have been
hunting for lishing banks along tho
shores of tho' island from the Leper
Settlement to the light house. The
weather was so rough this trip that
tho boat was compolled to return to
Honolulu. Young will make anothor
trip, sometime this week. Adver
tiser. The Japan Gazette, has tho follow
ing item concerning a boat picked up
at the mouth of the Yatiirtso river
some time ago, marked Honolulu.
"Our Honolulu contemporaries
may be able to solve this mystery of
the sea: The Shanghai steam pilot
boat A. M. Bisbee last week picked
un outside the Bell buoy- (mouth of
the Yongtse) a ship's boat, painted
white and with varnished gunwale,
bearing the name "HonoJulu"and tha
builder's name. In tho boat was
found a suit of dungarees, two flan
nel shirts, a pair of sea boots, a ham
mer and a chissel; also a suit of oil
skins. She had a few fathoms of
hemp rope, a lead line and a signal
halyard. The rudder was shipped.
The boat had the appearance of not
being long in the water. There were
no glass. The boat and its fittings
were handed over to the Customs.
Ore would think it was a waudarer
from Hawaii." Advertiser.
The Nebraskan, which was due in
Kahului on Thursday morning did
not arrive till yesterday afternoon,
and will probably leave for Honolulu
this afternoon or tomorrow.
Vessels !n PortKnhuIui
Am. Sp. Sehome, Martensen, from
July 20, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
July 29,. S. S. Waialealc, Cook,
Julyijl, S. S. Nebraskan, Green,
Aug. 1, S. S. Claudine. Parker,
July 29, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
July 29, S. S. Waialeale, Cook, for
Aug. 1, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Tabie.
DATE NAME FROM
Aug 1 Miowora Victoria, B. O.
" 1 Coptic Yokohama
' " 7 Nippon Maru fi. F.
" 8 Nevadan S. F.
" 1,1 Sierra , Colonies
" 11 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 12 Ventura ...S. F.
" 14 Siberia S. F.
" 18 Korea. Yokohama
" 21 Alameda S. F.
" 25 Coptic S. F.
25 Gaelic Yokohama
' 20 Nebraskan: ...... . S." F.
' 20 Moana . .' Colonies
" 29 Aorangi ,Viotoria, B. C.
Aug 1 Nebraskan ..S.F.
" 1 Miowora. Colonies
" l.Coptic '.........S.F.
" 5 Alameda ,. '.. V...-.S. F.
" 7 Nippon Maru.,.. . Yokohama
" 11 Sierra S.F.
" 11 Atnerjca Maru S. F.
" 12 Ventura Colonies
. ' 14 Siberia Yokohama
, " 18Novadan S. F.
" 18 Korea.. . ,..S. F.
" 25 Coptic Yokohama
" 25 Gaelic , S. F.
" 20 Alameda,.,. .......... .S. F.
" 20"Mdana Victoria, B.C.'
" 29 Aorangi Colonies
Burglar and Fire
We have jist received' a; large assort
mont ,oi the (famous HERRING HALL
MARVINISAFE.ICQ'S sa?es. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H.Davies Co., Ltd.
WE SAVE YOIMIONEY. ALL SIZESINlSTOCK, $20JAND UP. :
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITE FORgDESIGNS AND PRICES '
H; E; HENDRICK,
P, O. 027. 174-17G-180 KING St., HONOLULU'
Tho ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
line of HACKS, BFGGIES', RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands. .
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
g New Style.
2 THE POCKET PREM0. Thclatest of thefamous Pi emo series.
g . Not merely for snap-shols but equipped for every branch
Si of artistic photography, plates or films. Price $20.00
THE STAR PREM0. Essentially
pact and perfect in finish and equipment, cither plates
s or films. Price $25.00. Long focus Premos in stock.
g Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON FORT
THE BISfflASK STABLES OF- WAILM0
New Buildings, New Rias, New Teams, New Magacjement.
fne BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the Leading Livey Stable
LEVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACES, CairiacG, Buggies' and Sntirlio Ho
at all Hours. A Novy System o! Press Buttons. 1
owaad fu-st olass rysmad
Whitman & Co.
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kino Ss. and 314 Four St
Gooclftirm Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) 0 GoodfQrm
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
2 Bars and 1 Loop , . $3.00
No. 2. (Ladies', G.G) Coach Skirt
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and
Loop r, , $1.7
No. 3. (Gentlemen's 0?0) 0 each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 ench
Bar and Loop $2.50'
BISHOP St., HONOLULU
a tourists' camera, very com-
tdanas, aad compotont diivoi