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Read the MAUI NEWS
Mr and Mis. von Temphuy re
turned ft otn Honolulu this week.
I). McCorris'on of Molokal is visit
ing Lahaina in the role of juryman.
A. J3. Wood, an insurance man from
Honolulu was in Wailuku yesterday.
Dr. J., H. Raymond was inWailuku
hst Wednesday, cii route to Lnhn
Tlios. KPa of Fealii returned from
Hawaii by last Friday night's Clau
Mr. Walker, a commercial travel
ler from llie coast., is on Maui this
Attorneys George Hons and Jus.
L. Coke are atlrntling court in La
J. N. K. Keoln, who was in Lalia
ina on legal buinvs, returned yes
Mr. and Mrs". Harry Baldwin' re
turned from Honolulu by Wednesday's
Mr. Keavis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
ton of Lnhainaluna, and Henry
Dickenson of Lahaina attended the
Teachors' Association nt Wailuku on
W. O Aiken and H. B. YTcllcr wore
passengers to Maui on Wednesday's
T. B. Lyons, Antonio Dutro and
M. Knuhimahu are doing jury duty
W. E Shaw of Nahiku was a visi
tor at Wailuku, during the earlv
part of the week.
Judge Gear is on the bench at La
haina, with D. L. Case as Deputy
Mr. S. U. Harry, ship's carpenter
on the Antiope, is visiting his family
in Wailuku this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Drake, who
have been visiting Maui for several
weeks, have gone to Hawaii.
Bishop Restarick will preach at
the Church of the Holy Innocents at
Lahnina. tomorrow morning.
H. A. Vavriok left by Saturday's
boat, to visit his parents in Europe
and will be away several mouths.
Judge Knlua went to Lahaina on
Tuesday, although his physician had
advised him not to take the trip.
Judge Kepoikal drove from Laha
yesterday, and took the tug Iroquois
for Honolulu yesterday afternoon
Captain George W. Murray, tho
popular captain of the Kinross, wall
known on Maui, is unloading coal at
Mr. Carl Waldeycr, who is doing
contract ditch and tunnel work at
tho Pioneer Plantation camo over
W. C. Gregg of Minneapolis, well
known on Maui, is perfecting a cane
loader which he hopes to bring to the
Islands in February.
Dr. Boote, George Cummings,
and W. H. Cornwell, Jr. arc booked
for attendance at the football game
at Lahaina, tomorrow.
W. E. Bal was excused from jury
duty at Lahaina, as ho was needed
here to look after the water-work
during tho Kona storm.
Clement Crowell will captain tho
Wailuku football team at Lahaina
tomorrow, and W. H. Cornwell, Jr,
will probably officiate as umpire.
Bishop Restarick will visit Wailuku
next week., -and the Ladies' Guild will
give him a formal reception, probab
ly at Alexander Hall, on Wednesdcy
Messrs. Crook, Hardy and Dowdle
Copeland Vincent, Atwater,
Souza and Kapohakimohewa from up
couutry were present at the Teach
ers' Meeting on Monday.
Su p I. Filler of tho K.It.R.Co. escort
ed Capt. Rodman and the crew of tho
Iroquois up. Iao Valley yesterday
morning, and afterwards entertains
them at lunch, at tho Maui Hotel.
Circuit Couet Notes.
But Httlo business has been done
by tho Circuit Court at Laliaina -so
far,.uid the petit jury have been ex
caused till Monday morning, after
partly trying one case.
Tho grand jury have been empan
noled, with R. C. Searle as foreman
but no report had been made by
them at tho hour of going to press,
Judge Kalua is rapidly improving,
aud Judge Gear returned to Hon
olulu last night.leauug Judge Kalua
to preside during the remainder of
Tho Klnau nnd Clauriirw- hnvr n
sumed their rejjulhr run!-.
The stoumer Hawaiian fi m TTiu
lulu nnd Kahului arrived At P!
phia od Novi'mlxir Ifi.
The Antiope .ut.eailiHi i V K t.-
v seven days on tho liimn i 't
two vessels from the wm.i
Judgment has been entered i
lishrrv rights tes't case dcckU'i5
erselv to the clnhxituits by t
The Antiope with onal for Is'n.
put into Kuhulul on Monday ivri-
for Instructions, ll.c run" fi nn
Sound was made, in 211 day?, -f bo5-
During high wind in San Francisco
he Fish Commission steamer Alba
tross had a narrow escape from de-
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truetton, and the Dark Mnrthn JLwvi
was slightly injured.
The copper sheathing for the piles
of tho now Hilo wharf will lie t.ken
to Hilo by the Enterprise and as soon
as that sleamer arrives work on tin
new wharf will bo started.
The steamer Maui had a boat
smashed at Nuhlku lnt Saturday,
but all the native boatmen Mvutn
ashore, and most of the freight was
rescued, only a few packages bring
San Francisco, Nov. 22. The big
steamer Silverton, carrying the cable
4hat bhe will lay between the ocean
Beach, near tho Cliff Houso,to Hono
lulu, is expected in the port in about
a week from London. She sailed from
Coronel, where she stopped for conl,
on November (, ana slie will come
straight through to this harbor. II,
js thought that she will onlv stay in
port long enough to replenish her
coal supply sufficient to carry her to
islands and back on tho cablclaying
trip, and she will start out to put
down tho long wire that will connect
the now United States Territory in
the Pacific with tho Mainland. It is
expected that by the end of tho year
tho cable will bo in operation and
that a year later will see tho com
pletion of tho cable lino through to
Vessels in Port -Knluilui
Br. ship Kinross, Murray, from
Dec. 5, U. S. Iroquois, Rodman,
Dec. 2, Br. Brk. Antiope, Murray,
23 days from Ladysmith, coal.
Dec. 30, Br. ship Kinross, Murray,
30 days from Ladysmith, coal.
Doc. 3, S.- S. Claudine, Parker,
Dec. 0, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Dec. 2, Br. Brk. Antiope, Murray
Dec. 3, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Dec. fi, U. S. Iroquois, Rodman, for
Dec. 6, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for.
Oceanic Time Table.
2 Hongkong Maru S. F,
2 Sierra '. Colonies
3 Ventura ...S. F,
!5 Nippon Maru. . ..Yokohama
10 China S. F.
" 12 Alameda S. F.
" 13 Peru Yokohama
" 17 Moaua Colonies
18 Doric ' S. F,
19 Coptic Yokohama
20 Aorangi Victoria, B. C,
23 Sonoma Colonies
24 Sierra S. F.
20 Nippon Maru S. F,
27 America Maru.. ..Yokohama
, 2 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
2 Sierra S. F,
3 Ventura Colonies
5 Nippon Maru S. F,
10 China Yokohama
13 Peru S. F,
17 Alameda S. P
17 Moana Victoria, B. C
18 Doric. Yokohama
19 Coptic S. F,
20 Aorangi Colonies
23 Sonoma S.F,
2-1 Sierra Colonies
" 20 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 27 America Maru S. F,
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