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Banjos, Mandolins & (Miliars
IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom" Music Co.
Mr, George RoOorthon if IJrotvoi
e . uf .1.! I.
v is visiung uiu.uku mis mi'K
CandWtiti s Dkkey, lliilu, Kalauin
ml Naktihkn arc on Mblok.ii thin
u. II. Kahaulelio is stumping on
.ust Maui, with the republican can
Hon. A. N. Kepoikai visited Hon
u u by Saturday's Maui, returning
ie Claudine. s
Utornev Jns. L. Coke vi-lted La-
n. a on Monday and Tuedny,on pi o-
... . U I. ?l M I Jll'UI.I knilll (I. j IIFIIIFIUIU
Vi l.i AV 1 ,, jilIwiiii ill lim.i.111
.ue guest ,.l Hon. A. N. Jel,oiUui
Wailuku tl is week.
..Jr. and Mis W II. Crozlcr of
lainu shortly leae for tllcir new
me on the I 'it.' iiunil.
Allorneys llny-eliien anil Coke
o ill MakuMio yi hterda.x, enui:
n the li inl ot n ease
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loasrton the Al.itneda
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vrlhur Waal, the Luhuimi post-
ster, is visiting Honolulu, and will
i.rn on TuesOavVMaunn Loa.
A. N. Havsel'ieii of West Maui
eat last Sunday in Wathiku, lenv-
j: for Luhaiuaon Mondav iilteruoon.
W. F. Potic accompunicd the
indidatcs to Kalaupupa, nod weul
. to Nahiku by Wednesday's Maui.
Auditor W. G. Taylor, of A. & II.,
une over on .Wednesday's steamer
id will spct.d severr.l weeks on Maui.
H. T. Ilavselden. of the David
awrenqe fc Co. tobacco, houso is on
am this week, unloadin.' lots of
Mr. Jauws Tut hill and Mr. J. B,
ireKg of the Gregg Car Co., are on
laui, looking after the business of
ieir 11 nn.
Hon. S. Keliinoi and Hon. Philip
t'ali, two sure winners in the legisla
tive race, are on East Maui, and will
bj at Keanae tonight.
Father Julian of Lahaina is spend-
ga couple oi weeks m Wailutu,
unng tho absence of Father Libert,
. is visiting Honolulu.
Dr. McMillan, wlio has been acting
government physician at Wiuluku
.iringDr. Weddick's absence, will
ave for Waianae next week.
W. L. Decoto anu Gene McCann
ovu over from Lahaina yesterday
onungand will remain to attend
c K. of P. entertainment tonight,
Judge II. C. Barrow and Mr. Thos.
. Howell, of Honolulu registered at
t.ie Maui Hotel on Wednesday- nnd
t for Ilonolulu on Thursday even-
jux-scnator iiuiy wiuto was m
. tiiluku yesterday, looking after his
Militicul fences. Ho informed tl.o
ews that he goes to Honolulu tc
G. Schumann, tho carriage man
rom Honolulu, came over from La-
hama to Wailuku on Wednesday r.
and returns to Honolulu to
J. W. McChesney, manager of the
firm of MoChesney & Co, Honolulu,
was accidentally killed in a cane-car
accident, at Kona, Hawaii, last
Mi. una Mrs. A. JEnos, Sr., accoin
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Ai Enos, J;,
arc visiting Hawaii, and incidentally
watching the performances of Mad
Mr. M. M. O'Shaughnessy, w'ho
ranks hih as surveyor and civil, en'
ginecr, left for Nahiku by Wednes-
day's steamor to begin tho survey
of tho new big ditch.
E. Summers of India spent a por
tion of this week on Maui as the
guest of H. P, Baldwin, and after a
trip to lao Valley on Thursday after
noon, took tho steamer for Honolulu."
Several of tho boys of the Y. M I.
are hunting the editor of tho News
with a club, for his attack on Falhor
W endolln, last week, You. will find
us under thu desk, behind the waste-
D. J. McKay, representing Folger
& Co., of San Francisco.- i3 stocking
up tho plantations stores on Maui
with 'A high grade of teas, spices,
pickles and other good things hand
led by that well knowri. lirm.
Dr. Weddick, on his recent return
from Ireland, piesented the editor of
tho News with a magnificent . sped
men of black thorn walking cane.
'It, is a holy terror of a, shillalchi and
two shall be -more.. rco'.less that over
uuwi in our suii'jrmt utterances.
. y 4.-TI10 Tribune
sass: Inhumation was received in
this city today that Clarence H
ilnekav was a tinssengor on tin1
steiiniFlilp Teutonic, which sailed
from Livcrnooi on "Wednesday. Hi"
object in coming to New lork n
this 1 me is to assume the duties oi
president of three big corporations
the Commercial Coble Compativ,Cun.
mercial 1'iicinc Lai-io company unu
Postal Tolegi aph Comptmy
'I hat portion or tho company s 1 ti
ciiU' cub'e wliieh la to extend froi
Qui. lr..iiii..l..,. I.i tln-irilulll i-4 (111 th
cable steamship, hie . leu uug.un.
weeks uiro. and it is on the was
aiound Cupo Horn, to San Franeiseo.
it i expected that the cable will bj
laid and in use by December 1. Parts
of the cable which is to extend be
tween Honolulu and Manila are being
manufactured by English Iirms.
Washington. Sent. 12. James L
" lllll-i i' i'i" ."il'v.."..
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fnllowinu order regarding the dis-
l..liH,. ti,.l .Qii.tir..4 line isikllf.ll MH
tuiich of transuacilie mails: "It is
m,,.,.by ordered that hereafter arti
cles for trauspacilio destination shall
be forwarded by the steamer to sail
(list, without regard "to whether said
.ste.imer miIis irotn oan v ranciseo,
Seattle or Vancouver. British closed
mails, for trans-pacific destinations ro
ceived at JSow York should bo for-
warded to the Pacilic Coast so as to
connect with the first steamer, wheth
er the steamer sails from Sau Fran
cisco, Seattle or Vancouver, except
thatfUrajr" closed mans ioi-JNcwoea
Und, Samoau Islands and Honolulu
stiouiu DC lorwaraeu mvanaoiy ioouh
Francisco for dispatch by means oi
steamers sailin from that port, and
except, also, that loreign cioseo
mails specially labeled via Vancouver
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HLIOUIU UO lorwuruuu umihiuvci
New Yoiuc, Sept. 13.-The United
States battleship Iowa arrived on
Friday at Bahia, in apparently uu
damaged condition, cables tho Rio
Janeiro (Brazil) correspondent of the
Herald. Her capUin says That her
running ashore on tho Brazilian
coa3t clid not prove to bo serious.
Ail on board are well,
NiwronT News, Va., Sept. 11.
Th0 new steamship Siberia, built here
fm. tho, Pncilin Mail Stoamshin Com
pany, returned to Old Point last
night, after a most successful trial
at sea, maKnng a maximum speea ai
twenty -ono knots,
The smart little schooner Julia E
Whalen, famous r.s the vessel which
carried the Kosehill expedition to
Marcus Island, was sold in Honolulu
last. Monday, for $2,000. Sho will
probably be kept in tho trade be
tween Honolulu and Hilo.
Vcescls In Port Kahului
Sent. 24. S,
S. Maui, Bernett,
I 44 W.4.
7, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from
Sept. 24, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Sept. 27, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time .Table.
P1-' ity of Peking
10 Gaelic , S. F,
" 10 Sonoma S. F,
" 12 Doric. Yokohama
" 18 Hongkong Maru S.F,
" IS) Alameda.-. S. F,
" 20 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 21Moana Colonies
" 2(J China ...S. F.
" 27'Aorangi Victoria, ti. C.
" 30 Korea. , . , Yokohama
" 30 Sierra Colonies
Sept. 2 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
A Altinoln . R 'C
5 China. S. F
9 Ventura jS. F,
10 Gaelic. . t lYokohama
10 Sonoma , . . Colonies
12 Doric ; S.I
18 Hongkong Maru... Yokohama
20 Nippon Maru S. F.
" 24 Alameda S. I
" 24 Moana Victoria, B. G
' 2G China Yokohama
" lAorangi Coloni
" 30,Korea . ........ ..S.-I
" 30.Siorra u,. .S. F(
Burglar and Fire'
We have just received a Iare ttssoi't?
inonL of the jahious HERRING HALL f
MARVIN SAFE GO'S safes. These safes'
are considered .the very bust made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
TheOo Mo Davies & Co, Ltd.
"Earl Lust" No J
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