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Read the MAUI NEWS
Father LlbeiM. returned from Hon
olulu lids' week.
Mr. Leslie Scott Is visiting his
Maui friends this week.
Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson
si)ehl the week at the rnnl'ho In
D. C. Green and Mr. Lougher of
Ruunene ate chicken at the Maui
Hon-1 last Sunday
Mr. S. Keliinoi untertuined his
friends at a luau at Wulkapu on
Principal B. K. Kuiwiaea, of the
Hunn seh'iol spent the early part of
.the week in A alluku.
Prince Juhio will be accompanied
by Rev. S Deshi and Raymond
Makakctu in his visit to Maui.
It is reported that Mr. F- H. Hay
selden of. Lahaina lias declined nomi
nation on the democratic ticket.
Canon Kltcat of Honolulu arrived
at Wailukiifrooi Hawaii this lnornhig
and. willspenl the week on Muui.a
Hon. Jolm Richardson of Lulmhiu
came over on Thursday, to inaugu
rate the democratic campaign on
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Searlc and Mr.,
and Mrs. F. W. Hardy spent the
week in Wailuku as guests at the
Antonio Furtado of Lahaina was a
visitor in Wailuku this week, where
he received a cordial greeting from
his many griends.
Cashier Chas. D. Lufkin of the
Wailuku Bank paid a flying visit to
Honolulu by Saturdr.y's Maui, rc
turning on Tuesday.
. Mr, S. E, Lucas, Parisian optician,
is on Maui to spend a week. Those
who desire glasses fitted can find
him at the Maui Hotel.
Attorney John Richardson left for
Honolulu on last Friday, to attend to
the matter of registering the pro
posed democratic ticket.
Mr. W. Lanz of Schafer & Co.
Honolulu came over on Tuesday, and
went on to Huelo, on business, re
turning to Honolulu last night.
Willio Searlo has accepted a po-1
sition in the Sheriff's' office at.Wai
luku, and the Waikapu baseball team
feel very happy, in consequence.
Miss Gay, the new kindergarden
teacher for Alexander Hall, arrived
on Wednesday, from Chicago, and
will at once take charge of the work,
Embert M. Brown, travelling for
the Bulletin, spent the whole of this
week on Maui, and has largely In
creased the subscription list of the
Col. W. IT, Cornwell returned from
Honolulu on Tuesday night. It Is re
ported that-Col Cornwell declined
the democralic nomination for repre
sentative. Peter Hale of Waihee. who at
tempted suicide at Waihee last. Fri
day night, by shooting himself in tho
throat, is at the hospital, and will
Mrs. C. C. Perkins came over from
Honolulu by Tuesday night's Clau-
dine, to join her husband, who Is en
gaged in supplanting oil for coal at
the Kihel pumps.
Messrs. A. Enos, Sr. and Jr. re
turned from a pleasant visit to Haw-
awaii last Saturday morning, hav
ing enjoyed a fine view of the active
crater on tho big island.
Princess Kuhio, who is visiting
Maui, was entertained b' Hon. A.N.
Kepoikai at a luau given at the
Kahului fishery, at which many
prominent. Hawaiians were present
as invited guests.
Attorney G. K.Keawehaku,a lead
ing attorney of tho District Court of
Lahaina, and one of tho most eloquent
and logical orators of tho republican
campaign party, visited Wailuku
this week, roturnlng to Lahaina on
Miss Cameron, whoso sister was
at one time a teacher at Maunaolu
Seminary, is visiting Maunaolu as
the guest of Miss Alexander. Miss
Cameron Is engaged in homo mission
work In San Frauclsco, and is pay
lug a brief visit to tho Islands.
Hon. C. H. Dickey was In Wailuku
this week, and -reports that so far
as he is able to observe, tho chances
of the whole republican ticket on
Maul are bright this fall, tho in
dication now been that the ticket will
practically make a clean 'sweep,
Captain Whitlnu, Commandant of
of tho Naval Station, has received
woid from Admiral Rodgers, in com
mand of the fleet on. the Asiati Sta
tion, that the cruiser New York will
call at this port sometimo durhlg th
next month. Admiral Rodgers wil
be in command of tho Now York, bhr
will stop here for a few days and dur
ing that, time will be coaled and wil
then proceed to San Francisco when
it is said she will bo taken out of
commission. The Now York has scei
mucli service. Duriug tho Spanisl
war sho was in Cuban waters ant
was Admiral Sampson's flagship
English newspapers in discussing
the exploit of Captain Freeman In
getting the English steamship Rod
dam out of St. Piorre harbor at tho
time of tha eruption of Mount Pelee,
declare that tho skipper deserves
more than "a service of plate" from
tho English Board or Trade. They
refer to him as ''an undecorated
hero" and speak of his service at the
time of tho catastrophe as "a deed
which, in coolness and undaunted
courage, is absolutely unparnllcd in
the history of a nation of brave men."
For the first time in a very long
period the Honolulu lighthouse re
fused to attend to its duty to the
marine world for a few minutes on
Monday night. At G:45 tho .light
went out entirely and in spite of the
efforts of the keeper remained out
tor nearly five minutes. Then it was
made to work again but remained
dim for some time.
The schooner Julia E. Whalen, re
cently purchased for tho Islands trauc
from the Marcus Island syndicate,
made her first run in tho new trade
Thursday. Capt. Harris took her
to Hilo in place of tho schooner Chas.
Levi Woodbury which is to be over
hauled, The steam launch Talula which has
been laid up for sometimo was sold
by auction yesterday. Tho bidding
was not very brisk and Auctioneer
Morgan knocked her down at $550
Among the passengers on thoS.
S. Doric which called at Honolulu on
Saturday was Captain Pillsbury who
is on his way to Kobe to bring back
the disabled steamer City of Peking.
The oil burner Nevadan arrived at
San Francisco on Sept. 25th after an
eight and a half days passage from
The Transport Thomas, with Gen
eral Miles and party aboard, was due
in Honolulu yesterday.
The Alameda was due in Honolulu
yesterday, with coast mail up to and
including October 4.
Vcesels in Port Knluilui
Oct. 8, S.' S. Maui, Bemett,
Oct. 11, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from
Oct;. 8, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oct. til, 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 Sonoma Colonies
" 21 Korea Yokohama
" 22 Sierra S. F.
" 22 Peru S. F.
" 22 Miowera Colonies
" 25 Moaua Victoria, B. C.
" 29 Coptic S. F.
" 31 Alameda S. F.
Oct. 1 Ventura Colonies
" lPcru S. F.
" 4 Doric Yokohama
" . 7 Coptic S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru- Yokohama
" 14 America Maru S. F.
" 15 Alameda S. F.
" 21 Sonoma S.F.
" 21 Korea S. F.
" 22 Sierra Colonies
" 22 Peru Yokohama
" 22 Miowera Victoria, B. O.
" 25 Moaua Colonies
" 2!) Coptic; Yokohama
Burglar and Fire
We have just received a Jorge assort"
ment oi the famous HERRING HALL
MARVIN SAFE CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the ;,"- .
exhibit at our Hardware Department. M1'1'
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THIS illustration Is from
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out, win stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp and
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better still, is mado on a
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giving breadth whero tho
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inds on receipt of the price,
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