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Banjos, Mandolins & (iuiiars
IN ALL THE CELEB3ATE0 MAKES
Bergstfom Music Co
Dr. McMillan left for Honolulu last
Harold Ilaysrldeli reached Wailuku
from Lahainu, on Monday.
Mrs. Jas. T. Taylor, wife of Sur
veyor Taylor, Is Visiting Maul.
Malt McCahn is Visiting Molokai
for several weeks of rest and recre
ation. A. Ai Braymcr,' of (ho Von Hainin
Young 0. enmo over on Tuesduy's
Ehibort M. Brown of Hflo is on
Maui this week, in tho interests of
Father Maxim of t Hilo has
been appoiuted to succeed Father
Wendolm at lalaupapa.
Dr. Weduick hag resumed charge
of his professional duties, since tho
departure of Dr, McMillan.
Eddie Rogers, who has been under
the weather for some time, is able
to be out on tho streets again.
Mr. J. T. Crawley, of the Hawaiian
Fertilizer Co Honolulu, is making a
business visit to Maui this week.
Tom Cummlngs, D. L. Meyer, M.
L. Decker and Charlio Brown wore
visitors at the Lahaina ball game.
Marston Manaon of Honolulu was
'thrown from a buggy last week,
seriously fracturing one of his leys
Mrs. Wra, Ault, wife of Rev. Can
on Ault returned from a visit to
Honolulu, by Tuesday night's Mauna
Attornov John Richardson of Lahai
na came over during tho part early of
the week, and spent several days in
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers, tho eye, car.
and throat specialist of Honolulu will
visit Maui next week, on professional
Mr. C, C. Perkins, manager of tho
Union Oil Co., came over on Tuesday
night's Claudine, to remain several
days on Maui.
W. P. Haia, of Hana,' republican
candidato for representative, was in
Wailuku this week, greeting old
fiiends and making new ones.
Father Leonore Fouesriel',' the pat
riarch of the priests in tho Hawai
ian Islands, quietly passed on to his
final rest, on Monday afternoon, at
P. E. Lamar, who is engaged in
ditch building at Lahaina, came
over last Saturday,' and took a prom
inent part in the entertainment giv
en on Saturday evening by the Aloha
Dr. W. R. Boote. visited Lahaina
last Sunday as coach and "rootor"'
. . . .
for the married men s baseball team,
and ho says that it is a 20 to 5 bet
that visitors could not havo been
moro royally treated than wcrft the
Messrs. Aluli, Soarle and Hardy of
tho Board of Registration, reached
Wailuku during the early part of the
week and spent the remainder of the
week at Makawao, Puunene and
Hamakuapoko. They will be at "Wai
luku on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes
day aud Thursday of next week.
Prince Cupid who was expected on
Maui this morning by tho Claudine,
has changed his plans and gone on,'to
Honolulu, from whence ho will pro
ceed to Kauai before ho visits Maui.
The date of his visit to Maui is not
fixed but will probably iramedately
follow his trip to Kauai.
DIED. At Honolulu, September 29,
1902, Mary Elizabeth Green,
aged 72 years.
Miss Mary E. Green, the subject
of the above obituary notice, was
born at Lahainaluna, Dec, 14, 1830,
where she resided with her father,
Rev. J. S. Green, till 1842, when the
family removed to Makawao. In 186-1
she became a teacher at Mauriaolu
and remained there till 18!9 when the
seminary was burned down. From
1882 to 1885 she again taught at the
seminary, until called to Honolulu to
take charge of missionary work,
where she ended her days.
Tho body was embalmed, and Will
be sent to Maui, reacbirfg Kahului
net Wednesday morning. There it
will bo mot bV a special train and
convoyed to Pala Station, where a
hsarso will'b'd (in waiting. The re-
mlitnc nrtll'hn tnlrsn A-.ni I.. Ml.
,MMiug ..... iHRCU UitCllJT IU XUUli-
(awao x oreigi yemetery, whore tho
fniieral'c'erfciuouieirwillbo held.by th
-jVi t l t . ; i .
Tho swell which came rolling into
Lahaina harbor on Tuesday evening
was so strong that two or three boa s
Diving between tho steamers Mnuni.
Loa and Claudine and the wharf were
upset, scattering people and bales c f
goods in reckless confusion.
The Mauna Lea was already a
anchor when tho Claudino came in
The shore boat madofor tho Claudino
immediately upon her arrival, auc
took on board a load of Chinese am
Japanese passengers, and also Mi.
A. A. Braymor. Tho boat had not
been gone long when shrieks at.i
screams were heard, and the Mauna
Loa at once turned on her search
light, revealing the upsot boat, ano
one also from tho Mauna Loa, which
had already gone to the rescue.
Tho other boats at once flocked to
tho scene, and it is believed that all
of tho passengers in tho shoro boat
wero rescued, although one Chinaman
and one Japanese mot a close call.
Mr. Braymer, who was on the shore
boat, swam ashore, some two hun
dred yards distant. Two native
swam out to tho buoy and clung to
it till rescued by a boat from the
Mauna Loa. Had it not been for the
searchlight on tho Mauna Loa, some
loss of life must have ensued.
Some criticiso the conduct of the
captain of the Claudine, who, it is
said, raised anchor and left for
Maalaea Bay, before the peo'ple were
all rescued. This would have been so
unnatural however that one carnot
readily believe it of Capt. Parker of
the Claudine who is a humane man,
as well as a good seaman, and it is
more than likely that such charges
arc without good foundation.
The steamer Ttula, a small craft
formerly used by tho plantations,
which has been out of commission for
some time, was brought over to Iim-
gard wharf from the row yesterday
aud offered for sale by auction. There
were no bids for the small vessel al
though it is said a private offer of
$200 was made. Her owners want
$2,000 for the vessel. Advertiser.
New York, Sept. 14 A cable to
tho Journal from St. Petersburg
says: A ukase forbids the use of any
foreign material whatever in the
construction or equipment of ships of
tho Russian war or merchant marine.
Only when Russinn ships lose integral
parts of their equipment in foreign
waters will they be premitted to buy
The British cable steamer Anglia,
arrived in Honolulu on Tuesday from
London Aug. 2, via Colombo, Singa
pore and Nagasaki, en route. She
will await tho arrival of the cable
ship Colona from Fanning Island,
take on board the surplus cable
which the Colona has, and take it
Vessels in Port Kahului
Oct. 1, S. S. Maui,' Beunett,
Oct. 4, S. S. Maui, Benne.t, from
Oct. 1, S. S. Maui,- Bennett, for
Oct. 4, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Oct. 1 Ventura S. F.
" 1 Peru Yokohama
'! 4 Doric... S. F.
" 7 Coptic .Yokohama
" 10 Alameda S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru S, F.
" 14 America Maru.-. ..Yokohama
" 21 Sonolna Colonies
" 21 Korea Yokohama
"' 22 Sierra S. F.
22 Peru S. F.
" 22 Miowora Colonies
" 25 Moana .-.Victoria, B. C.
" 29 Coptic... S. F.
" 31 Alameda S:F.
Oct. 1 Venfura Colonies
" IPeru..'., S. F.
" 4 Doric . , Yokohama
" 7 Coptic S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 14 Amorica Maru S. F.
" 15 Alameda.; S. F.
" 21 Sonoma... .. ,S.F.
" 21 Korea ti $. F.
" 22 Sierra.. Colonies
". 22-Peru.. Yokohama
" 22 Miowera Victoria, ;B. C.t
" 25.Moa.uaT. v.v.vv. ,-. , .-.Ctfopiea
" 29 Coptic Yokohama
Burglar and Fire.
We have iust
mont of the famous HERRING HALL
MARVIN SAFE GO'S safes. These safes
are considered, the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department
Theoe 11, Davies & Co., Ltd,
win tiAiamin cma
1 mm mmmmmm.
"Farl l ast " Nn 30 fit i A A
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UptoDate Shoeists, Hilo.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Bismark Stable Coiwfaiiy5 MM
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU ?9
New Doildinqs-, New Rigs, New
the BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to' rui
the Leading Liverf Stable
EIVEIV, BO'ARD and
. IlACKf. Cartiai5Q9V Buggies and Saddle Horsss
New and first class p.rd
itaiian O Coat
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS.
81 KinciSs. and SIM Fort St.' I
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) (5 Goodform
Trousers Hangers, 12 Cinit Hangers
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3.'60t
No. 2. (Ladies', Gx(i) b each Skirt'
ind Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar andi
Loop " $L7o,
No. 3. (Gentlemen's CxC) G each J
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 eacln
Bar aud Loop $2i5uf
received n Fni'rifs iKftfinf-
hi uuai-unteeu enoe ioryjf:y
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'HIS illustration Is from'
a photograph of one ot
our snnni.il s1in.-!! tnnrln
of plain calf; willnot"scuff'V
but will stand all kuocksK
from lava or rocks, it has a .
medium .hoavy oxtensioif,
sole, perforated vamp rand
pebble grain top. ThisshoJ'j
has the cut and stylo of the
hmlicsfc wnco shops. nni -
better still, is made on a ' V j
perfectly comfortable last;-' ' -7
giving breadth tfhere the'-.v- t
foot requires it. Wo willde-rt- " n
liver this shoo to any post
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funded if not.
Write foi a nair of nni Nn Wrft1'
snoes ; u you have bought
oi us oeiore we navo your
size on recordjif not give us
figures on lining of oldshoes
EVERY BOY I -m
The wonderful BrowriieZS
Camera has a navtonf. lfn nnri
,taUes a beautiful picture.Two 3
-iiu, iwu uncus. i.uu auuz
$2.00. 3 " ','1
Handsomo little book ofj, 'J$
pictures free. Write for one. 3.
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Business on Maui.
teams, 'anil competent arm'