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Banjos, Mandolins & fiuiiars
IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co,
Miss Alexander of Mntitiaolu was a
visitor in Wailuku last Saturday.
R. A. Wadsworth returned this
week from a ten days' visit to the
Mr. S. E. Lucas, optician, of Hon
olulu has spent a very busy and prof
itable week on Maui.
C. Kaiser, salesman for Hyman
Bros., Honolulu, is supplying the
Maui trade this week.
Prince Kuhio arrived at Lahnina
by Tuesday's Claudine, and will spend
a weak or ten days on Maui,
Dr. J. H. Raymond of Ulupalakua
was a visitor at Wailuku last Satur
day, and reports heary rains up
Mr. and Sirs. A. W. Dow reached
Wailuku yesterday and are guests of
the Maui Hotel. Mr. Dow represents
E. O. Hall A Son.
Mr. Wnldimar Rogers, formerly of
Wailuku, but now with Whitney A
Marsh, Honolulu, is risking relatives
md friends in Wailuku.
Mr. , P. E. Lamar and Attorney
Ins. L. Coke left for Lahaiua after
upper on Tuesday evening, probably
to enjoy a moonlight ride.
Sam. Keliinoi and L. run Tcmpsky
left Wailuku on Wednesday morning,
In om Prmce Ivuhio on his ride
.iround the nortliend of Maui.
Mr. D. Conway, of Theo. II. paries
A Co., is doing business with Maui
merchants this week, with head
quarters at the Wailuku Hotel.
Senator Tom Clark is out gunning
for the Dickey bird and Oily Bill
J liis week, and promises to make a
.ively campaign between now and
Captain Follctt, Chief Engineer
Ames and "Cartoonist" Irving of the
i'ampico, were guests at the Re
publican luau at Wailuku on T,hurs
Delegate Wilcox arrived from Haw
aii on Thursday night's Mauna Loa,
and held a meoting at liio Skating
Rink last night. Ho leaves for Hon'
olulu this afternoon. . .
Mr. P. A. Rochester, a rcpresen
tative of the Globe Navigation 'Co.
arrived from Honolulu on board the
Tampico, on Wednesday, and will re
ma'n till the ressel sails.
The Wailuku board or election inspector.-
consists of Dr. W.R. Boote,
Moses Kauhimahu and . James L.
Coke, and the Kahului board are D,
Quill, Chus. Kanaeholoand J. Walsh
Mr. Allen Duun, long and favor
ably known in the newspaper and
ur lis tic circles of Honolulu, is spend
lug a couple ot weeks on Maui,as the
guest of Col. W. H. Cornwell of Wui-
Attorney George Honsj who lias
bjen spending some month's at Col
orado Springs, is now en fqute for
Wailuku, accompanied by his mother,
whom he went east to meet, .on her
way from Germany.
Billy White and Ilihio como over
I rom Lahaina on Thursday, and were
present at the luau given In honor of
Princo Kuhio's arrival. Billy Informs
tho News that Maui will go solid for
home rule this fall.
Dr. P. Grosser, a distinguished
German savant' and scientist, is
visiting Wailuku and exploring Maui,
on an extended trip which he is mak
ing round the world, in pursuit of
scientific and geographical data.
Mrs. L. M. Vetlesen of Wailuku
gave an elegant and elaborate tea at
tier residence on Thursday afternoon,
in honor of her sister, Mrs. J. U
Walker of Kahului, who shortly leaves
for a visit to her old homo in Aus
Jared G. Smith, who had spent
several days at Makawao.left on last
Saturday for Honolulu. He states
that two or threo of the new varie
ties of potatoes planted by Mr.
Sedgewick havo proVed resistant to
Mr. Carl Waldeyer rode over from
Lahaina Tuesday morning, leaving
there at two and reaching here at
Five, to meet a relative of his who
had just arrived. Carl says ho never
saw suclr a line looking boy in all his
San Francisco, October V.- Tin
American-Hawaiian company's new
stenmer Nebraskan is making a slow
trip fiMin New York, being now out
00 days. The steamer left Coroiu 1
on September 13th, and scheduled to
call at. San Diego, but thus far ha
not been reported sis having arrivt c
there. After discharging 1,000 toi.t-
of fro'ght there for Southern Califor
nia merchants, the Nebrasknu wil
come to tills p'ort to bo converted U
an oil burner, and take her place ot
he run to Honolulu, making alter
nate trips with the Nevadan.
YokoliAMA, October 7. It is cur
rently reported that the Japanese
Government within the next six years
will build four battleships, six first
class cruisers and various craft, at a
cost of $10,000,000 annually for the
six years. Tho battleships aro to be
built in England and tho cruisers in
England, France and Geamauy.
San Francisco. October 7. With
in six weeks, it is expected, ihe cable
steamer Sllvcrton will reach port
froni London, being now out 1G days.
She is brinKinc the cable that is to
connect this port with Honolulu, and
within a short time after arriving
wiil begin the work of laying it.
San Francisco, October 0. The
barkentine Fullerton sailed yesterday
for the Hawaiian Islands, after mak
ing record-breaking time in takiuj,
aboard her cargo of oil. Tho Fuller
ton took on 15,000 barrels of oil in
twenty-four hours and by yesterday
morning sho was ready to sail.
Viptoria, (B. C), October 4.-Ad
vices by mail from China tell of the
loss of the steamer Sand Lcong off
the China Coast. Tho vessel, which
was bound from Rangoon to America,
embarked 200 Chinese at Singapore.
It is believed sho was lost in a ty
phoon with ail on board.
Tho S. S. Tampico, Capt. Follctt,
of tho Globe Navigation Co., arrived
in tho Kahului harbor on Wednesday
to complete her cargo of scrap iron
and incidentally to take all the ban
anas and pineapples ready for ship
ment to Seattle, for which port she
sailed this morning.
Williams, Dinond A Co., agents of
the steamship Nevadan, say in spite
of the dnmage done on the dry docl
to the freighter's plates, sho will sail
October 9, according to her original
The Alameda brought news that
tho Pacific Mail and Oceanic com
panics will put oil fuel plauts into all
WALDEYER At Wailuku, Maui,
Tuesday, October 14, 1902, to Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Waldeyer, a son.
BALD WINvAt .Wailuku, Maul, Oct.
, 9,'lT)fJ2,trf,rit Slut Mrj.'Tv. M.' Bald
win, a sou.
Vessels in Port Kahului
Oct. 15, S. S. Tampico, Folloii.c.ne
day from Honolulu,
Oct. 15, S. S. Maui, Bemett
Oct. 18, S. S. Maui, Bonnet, from
Oct. IS, S." S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oct. 18, S. S. Tampico, Folletlt for
Oct. 18, S. S. Maui, Bcnuett, for
Whitman & Co?
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS'3
91 Kino Ss. and 3M Fout St";
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. fGentlpineii'sl fi Gnndfnrni.1
'b Lrousers Hnnfrors. 12 Coat Ilnmrcrsffc
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J ' Bars and 1 Loob $3.00'
No. 2. ("Ladles'. (ixfO 0 eneh Skirt
.1 till Pnnl. Vf niKTM-Q. 1 fi'toli !! 'firtil
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No. 3. (Gentlemen's (j 0)' G ea'clj
Coat and Trousers lfangors, 1 crick
Bar and Loopi
Oceanic Time Table.
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. t,.K. .Victoria, B. C.
29 Coptic S. F.
31 Alameda. , y. . . , , S. F.
1 Ventura ( Colonics
1 Peru....'. S. If.
7 Coptic... S. Jf.-
14 Nippon Maru. . r. .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. 6.
i-jviorvKa,Vt mm,-... j.tsotonl4s
29 Coptic .Yoloha'inft
We Iinve Just received n larc assbrt- J
ment ol the famous HERRING HALL
AiARVIN SAFE GO'S safes. These safes J
are considered the very best made.
The public are invited to inspect the.
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
TheOo He Davies & Co., Ltd.
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trom lava or rocks, it has a
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highest nrice shoes, and '
better still, is made on a
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irivinf brnnflMi rc-linrn flm
foot requires it. We will do-va
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mur uiis anoo 10 any posi-'
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mas on receipt of the price
54.00. and on the contlit.inn-
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New Bcn.uixas, New Rial, Ni:b, Ke;V Maoaoement.
The BI3MARK 8TAbTe3Co. propose to rir0
the Leading" Livery StablelSSess on Jilaui.
LIVERY BOARD aindpes S1ABLBS
..HA'ek'S, Carriages, Buijfsfaiid Saddle Horses
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Nv ana Uvsb class rigs andjlatasPimd compotorit