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Read thtf ikl NEWS
W. E. Shaw of Nahiku was in Wat
Delegate Wilcox left for Honolulu
by Saturday's Maui;
Manager Gjerdrum of liana re
turned from Honolulu by Wednes
Mr.. Fred Hons of Kahului leaves
for Honolulu this afternoon, to meet
Mr. C. C. Perkins of the Union Oil
Co. came over to Maui on the Nobras
lean, last Monday.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai accompanied
Princo Kuhio on his flying trip to
Hawaii, thte vreelr.
Pritico Kuhio left for Hawaii by
Tuesday night's Claudine, and return
ed to Maui this morning. '
Gene McCann of Labaina enme
over to root for the Lahaina'married
men at last Sunday's game.
Mr. L. M. Vetlcsen paid -Wailuku
and central Maui a .business visit
this week, arriving on Monday.
George Schrader and Clement
Crowoll will respectively captain the
the Morning Star and Wailuku foot
Mr. W. S. McLean representing
the David Lawrence & Uo. tobacco
house, is stocking up his many cus
tomers on Maui.
Attorney George Hons reached
Honolu'u on Wednesday, accompan
ied by his mother and they will come
over next Tuesday.
Allen Dunn of the Star, who, with
Mrs. Dunn, has been enjoying a two
WL'cks vacation on Maui, left last
night for Honolulu.
Dr. Frear. the Honolulu dentist,
came over by Thursday night's Hel
enc, to take the Nevadan for a
month's trip to tho Coast.
Dr. George S. Aiken, tho PaitJ
dentist spent the early part of the
week in Wailuku filling teeth and
other professional engagements.
Supt. R. W. Filler, of the Kahului'
R. R. Co., whd has been on a visit to
Germany, returned this week, bring
ing his mother to visit tho Islands.
Mr. F. A. Potter, of Pearson &
Potter Co. the leading sporting goods
house of Honolulu, arrived on Wed
nesday, to stock up the sporting
Mr. W. E. Devereux, now travel
ling for Grmbaum & Co., will reach
Maui next Wednesday with a full lino
of sample Dry and Fancy goodsj etc.
Save your orders for him,
Joel Nakaleka, republican can
didate from Molokal, spent tho week
on Central "MauL Mr. Nakaleka is a
very bright man and able speaker,
and is making a host of friends on
A Tulented Brother.
Mr. D. L. Meyer of Wailuku in
forms the News that his brother,
Mr. Hyman Meyer of New York has
signed for a tour b 100 c'oncerts
with Sam'l Siegcl, tho world's ac
knowledged foremost mandolinist.
To those who had the pleasure of
seeing D. L, Meyer's work at tho A.
D. A. entertainment it will be no
surprise to learn that he has a broth
er who has established a most envia
ble reputation as a versatije and
pleasing entertainer in the drawing
rooms of New York City.
Mr.'Hyman Meyer completed his
musical education in Germany, and
is au accomplished pianist, his work
ranging from daiuty accompaniments
to the artistic rendering of classical
concertos. In odd contrast to his
ability as a musician, are his powers
as a mimic and fun-maker. An
absolutely original feature of Mr.
Meyer's work is his power of witty and
comic musical improvisation.
The Now York Sun says; "The
nndience is asked to suggest a theme,
and no matter what is suggested, he
is ready on the instant. Perhaps it
is a society item from a daily paper,
which ho will sing in grand opera
stylo to the accompaniment of crash
ing Wagnerian chords: or a ponden
ous advertisement of Jones' soap will
be sot to notes as full of fire and pas-
sslon as a lovo sbng. The effect, is
indescribably ludicrous, but' Mr.
Meyer's work' Is always refined lib?
wit has npEint of coarseness jjud his
fun making' never degenerates into
Mr. Meyer of Wailuku rather ei
pects'his brother to visit the Islands
in thd spring, for the purpose plac-1
ing some of Mr. Mayor s cjiildr n at
school in the Stales,, and the- people.
of Wailukii will enjoy u rare tvi at' H
he comeoA '
Some lumber laden vessel has mot
with disaster in a storm that raged
about a week ago a few hundred miles
southeast of the islands.
The Italian ship Widlaectown, which
arrived on Saturday, reports that in
latitude fifteen degrees north and
longitudo 136'deprccs west, she en
countered a large amount of floating
lumber, which was new and looked as
if it had just come from n vessel. The
captain of tho Walhicotown Fays that
he saw a sullicient amount, of floating
lumber to make up u deck load of
largo schooner. At tho time he en
countered the lumber the skippoi
states there was a heavy sea running
from west- north-west. Advertiser
Among tho large cargo brought hy
the steamer Nevadan from San Fran
cisco on Thurf-day-werc a number of
miles of length of three-inch pipe,
which will be used to encase the cable
to bo laid from the Waikikilcable land
ing to the Commercial Cable Com
pany's ollice in the Young building.
This is a heavy plpo aiid is so con
structed that it will be air-tight after
tho cable has been drawn through jt.
The land end of the cable will have to
be well cared for as it is said that i'
runs more risk of damage than that
which lies on the ocean's bottom.
Encased in this pipe it will bo next to
impossible for any injury to affect the
laud portion of the cable Advertise)
The fifth conference of the Inter
national Maritime Committee, at
Hamburg, adopted the draught of a
treaty relative to a uniform law for
pollisions and maritime salvage in
the proposed code. The "distinction
between "salvage" and "assistance"
is abolished, and successful services
rendered to a ship in peril give the
right to equitable remuneration. The
sum to be paid is for successful ser
vico only and cannot exceed the
value of the salved property.
What is said to be the largest ar.d
heaviest anchor ever made Was re
cently forged at tho Charleston,
Mass., navy yard. It weighs over
eight tons, and cost nearly $2,000. It
is 15 feet long all over and 9 feet C
inches over the points. The palms
are 32 Inches wide. The cable for
this anchor in unique also, as regards
weight, each link weighing (10 pounds;
3fj0 fathoms (2,100 feet) of it aro to
Tho S. S. Nevadan, Capt, Wecdon,
reached Kahului last Mondaj' morn
ing with 1200 tons of miscellanions
freight for Maui, and is expected -to
leave tomorrow, with 3000 tons of
sugar. On Wednesday,. Capt.Weedou
went to Hana, to .examine the harbor
there, to see if it will be possible for
tho Nevadan to enter for tho pur
pose of loading sugar. He returns
The little steamer Talula has been
leased by Cotton Brothers and is now
undergoing repairs preparatory to
being sent down to the Pearl Harbor
bar, where she will be used iu the
dredging operations there.
Veesels iri Port KaliuhiJ
S. S.Nevadan, Wecdon. f
Oct. 20, S. S.Nevadan, Weedon,one
day from Honolulu.
Oct. 22, S. S. Maui, Ber.nett,
Oct. 25, S. S. Maui, Bennet, from
Oct. 22, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oct. 25, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Oct. 1 Ventura '. S. F.
14 Nippon Mar u S. F.
" 14 America Maru. ...Yokohama
" 21 Sonoma . Colonics
" 21 Korea ...Yokohama
" 22'Sierra S. F.
" 22 Peru. ; S. F.
" -22 Miowera , , . . .;Colonies
" 25 Moana. .'. . . . .Victoriu, U. C.
" 29 Coptic ..." S. F.
" 31 Alameda S. F.
14 ..Atiloricn Maru.
, . . S. F;
15War5eda S. F.
21 poncnm S.F.
" 21 Korea! S. F.
" 22SleiTSI Colonies
" 22 Yokohama
" 22 MjOTgrg. . . .Victoria? B. O.
u 25 MlSaFaS. Colonies
' ' 21T Coptic!" Yokohama
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The public are invited to inspect the
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a photograph of one ot
our special shoes, mado
of plain calf; wlllnof'scuff"
but will stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, it has a
medium heavy extension
sole, perforated vamp and
pebblo grain top. This shoe
has the cut and stylo of tho
highest price shoes, and
better still, is mndo on a
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where tho
foot requires it. Wo will de
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54.00, and on tho condition-,
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