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C. It. CooIjo Cnshioi
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Directors- H enry Waterhouso
May, F. V.
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Hawaii. Lanai and Oahu
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Banjos, Mandolins S hilars
' IN ALL THE CELEBRATED MAKES
;Bergstrom Music Co
. FonT St. , Honolulu
ted tfe-M:Uf NEWS
Judge A. N. Kepoikal Was in Hon
olulu on business this week.
Charles King, School Inspector for
Maui, whs in Wailuku tliis Week.
fion. H. P, Baldwin left for Hon-
olulu by Monday night's Maunu Lon.
Thos. K. Pa loft for Hilo on Tues
day flight's Claudilie,for a two weeks'
IT. S. Marshal Hendry enme over
on Wednesday's Maui, on legal bus
iness. Ti. P. Hosomanagerof the Ri?mark
Stables, Laliaina, was 'in Wailuku
yestcrday ' .
Judge Knlua,' who has been in
Ilotolulu returned on last night's
Mauna Loa. . ,
Mr. Arthur Waal was married to
Miss Frieda Bortfcld at' Lahaina on
Wednesday evening. ' ,
Mr. Johnson, the carpenter, left
for Hilo on Tuesday, anil will at once
go on to Los Angeles.
Manager C. B. Weils attended the
Planters' Meeting in Honolulu, re
turning on Wednesday.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken, the Paia den
tist, is, in ilonolulu to witness the
'inter-island polo games.
Hon. Billy While of Lahaina has
gone to Ilonolulu, to explain to the
Star how it all happened.
William Prestidge, managerof the
Orpheum Theater, Honolulu, .came
over on Wednesday's Maui.
Antonio Gomes will take charge of
the Wailuku Ddpot during the ab
soncc of regular agent W oiler.
Attorney John Richardson of La
haiua Was a visitor at Wailuku on
Thursday and Friday of this Week.
Mr. J. A. Harris, the artistic sign
painter, executed the spirited draw
ing on the front of the Iao Stables.
Attorney-General Dole has been
giver, a thirty days' vacation, .a por
tion of which lie will spend fan Maui.
Edgar Morton has been appointed
deputy sheriff at Makawao, and will
begin his official duties, December 1.
Attorney Coke, Ed Boukofsky,
Doc. Booto and, the News man are
nursing beautiful cases of influenza.
Attorney N. W. Aluli wasjin Hon
olulu this week looking up his chance
for a clerkship in the next legislature'
Mr. -and Mrs. J. .H. Marshall of
Waihee leave on this afternoon's
Maui for a ten days' visit to Hon
olulu. Hon. C. II. Dickey and his daught
er, Mrs. Waterhouso were passen
gers for Ilonolulu by Monday night's
Charley Crowell tho popular Wai
luku carpenter, leaves today for Los
Angeles, where ho will make his
Mr. Benjamin of Sau Francisco
vice-president of Grinbaum & Co.,
was a pr.ssenger on Wednesday's
Maui, for Hana.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindholm and Miss
Lindholm left for Honolulu on Satur
nay. Mr. Lindholm goes to Cuba for
the Milikcn Bros. '
Mrs. Pcnhallow, the mother of H.
B. Pcnhallow, bookkeeper of tho
Wailuku Sugar Co., arrived at Wai
luku by Wednesday's Maui.
Joo Potter, who was in Wailuku
this summer as clerk at Enos' Store,
has secured a clerical position at the
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu.
Mr. H. B. Weller dfovo to Laha
ina yesterday afternoon, and took
this, morning's Claudine for Honolulu,
where he will spend a two weeks'
Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Baldwin and
Mr. and Mrs. von Tempsky lunched
at the Maui yesterday, and drove
over to Lahaina in the afternoon to
catch this morning's Claudine, for
On Friday night, Dec. 5, au enter
tainment w,ill be held at Alexander
House, Wailuku, for the benotit'of the
Kindergarten. The program will b'e
Quartette Maunaolu Seminary
Cornot Solo Mr. Lufkiu
Recitation.. .' Miss (3nv
Vocal Solo Mr.- Ault
Quartotto "Persian Garden". . .
Miss Gooledgo, Miss'Huntington
Mr. Ault and Mr. Luftw.
Vocal Solo Miss Coolcdge
Prince Cupid Sunday morning had
a very unpleasant experience by 1 is
yacht, the Princess's upsetting asl.c,
loirotlierivith Arrhic Mnhnulu. DotiL'-
a -- -
Inn Jones ami others were tnking a
spin. The Prince started out from
Walkiki In the morning, heading for
Honolulu. The wind, was very strong
and came in sudden giteats at times
which mado it difficult to sail.
Everthing went well until the
vacht irot to a point about three-
quarters of a milo to tho point wind
ward of the Oregon when a sudden
squall overturned the boat.spillirg all
its four oecupants into the watcr.The
yachtsmen clung to their overturned
craft as best they could. Tho weather
was very rough, tho waves continual
ly slapping over them.
In vain did they try to attract tho
attention of the men on tho Oregon
but aid did not come before someone
saw their plightfrom thcMyrtleboat
house and dispatched ono of tho
Young brothers' h.ur.ches to the
scene. The Prince and his companions
were picked up by tho launch. Thej1
were .rather exhausted but other
wise none the worse from their un
pleasant experience. Bulletin.
Ottawa Ontario Oct. (i. Minister
Muloek was advised todaj'by the Pa
cific cable board that tho rate per
word from, all points in Canada to all
Australian and New Zeulaud points
will bo 2 shillings and 4 penco per
word. The present rate in 99 cents
from Ottawa, and the old rate be
fore the cut was $l.fiO a word.
Victoria, B. C.'Nov. G. The scal
ing schooner Arietos arrived today
from Behring Sea with 45(! skins.
There arc six other schooners on the
Vancouver coast from Behring sea
landing their Indian crows. ,
Tho American-Hawaiian Steam
ship Company's new oil burner, the
Nebraskan, arrived in Honolulu Tues
day afternoon, with coast mail to
Tho Keau Hou and Niihau touched
at Kahului last Saturday morning
with 180 Jap laborers for Maui
Tho Kinau has been thoroughly
repared at a cost of about $90,000
and is probably oil her way down
from the Coast.
Tho cruiser Now York left Hono
lulu on Monday morning for San Fran
cisco. The battle ship Oregon will prob
ably leave Honolulu today for Yoko
hama.' Vesocls in Poi't Kahului
Nov. 15, S. S. Keau Hou, from
Honolulu, 40 Japs.
Nov.' 15, S. S. Niihau', from Hon
olulu, 140 'Jap's.
'Nov. 19, S. S. Maui, Bernett,
Nov. 22," S. S. Maui, Bonnot, from
Nov.. 15 S. S. Keau Hob, for Kaa
napali and Honolulu.
Nov. 15, S. S. Niihauj for Hawaii.
Nov. 19, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Nov. 22,S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME ' FROM
Nov. 1 Gaelic Yokohama
" G America Maru S. F.
" 8 Hongkong Maru, .Yokohama
11 Ventura Colonies
" 12 Sonoma....:- S. F.
" 14 Korea....; S. F.
" IS China Yokohama
",19 Aorangi Colonies
"'21 Alameda..., S. F.
" 22 Miowera Victoria, .B.C.
" 22 Gaelic. ..'. S. F.
" '25 Doric. . ,' ', ,-. . Yokohama
Nov. -1 Gaelic S. F
" 5 Alameda , S. F.
" G America Maru. . . . Yokohama
' ' 8 Hongkong Maru . : S. F.
' 11 Ventura..... S. F.
" 12 Sonoma ', Colonies
" 14 Korea, , Yokohama
" '18 China S. &
" 19 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
. ' 22 Miowera '. . .Colonies
' 22Gfctti6j .Yokohama
" 25J;ori(5..f..,.. J.......S. F.
' " AJoqSejila... .,;.. S.F
We have Just received a large assort
ment oi' the famous HERRINGHALL
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 fi Efcavies & Co9 Ltd
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
UptoDate Shoeists, Hilo.
ADOiisnea m tm
The Kodaker may now develop and fix his own noga- 12!
tives in broad daylight and dn it better than it was doue "by
tho old method. Anyone who can oDorate a Kodak can success-
fully operate a Kodak Developing Machine. - ' 3;
Tho Kodak idea simplicity reaches its logical triumph in IS
tho now device. S
Send in your order early as our supply will soon bo exhaust- Sl
ed until the arrival of a new shipment.
It is a great thing for Maui Kodakers.
onolulu Photo Supply Co.-
NEW STORE. ON FORT
isiiarl Staie Company, Lt
IE BiSI AH' STABLES 9F WAILUIIJ
Ninv Buildinos, New Rias, New Teams, Nbw Maqaqejiknt.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run -s,
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LlVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
... HACKS, .-Carriage's, Pujss and Sqddle Horses
at ail Hours'. A New System of Press RnMnns.
Whitman & Col
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS;
91 Kino Ss. and 314 Foht St.
Goodform Closet Sets :i
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform'i
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangers,
3 Barssand 1 Loop $3.00?f
No. 2. Ladies', GxG) G each Skirt!jS
and Coat Hangers, 1 each' Bar and.
No. 3. (Gentlemen's fi J fi) G each
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 each-'
Bar and Loop - $2.50.
A Guaranteed Shoe ior'a
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Our sneoifll shnAs. mnrln
of plain ealf; willnof'scull"
nut wui stand all knocks
from lava or rocks, il has a
medium hoavv oxtnnsirm
sole, perforated vamp and
poooio grain top. Tins shoo
has the cut and Rt.vln nf tho
highest price shoes, and
Doner still, is iriado on as
perfectly comfortable last,
giving breadth where tho
foot requires it. We will de
liver this shoo to any post
"llice address on tho Isl
ands on receipt of the price
SI. 00, and 011 tho condition,
that tho monnv will do .
funded if not sni.isfAntn
Write for a -pair of our No. i"
yj suoes; 11 you nave bougbt
if us before wc havlo youil
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