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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, December 27, 1902, Image 4',
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Mr. W. L. Hardy of liana is spen
ding liis ChrMmns in Honolulu.
Father Libert's bust of Maul friends
ue rejoiced at his promised promo
R. W.. Filler and'Dr. Dineunr were
visitors, at Wailuku on Wednesday
Bihop Gulstan.is still alive, and
his attendants hope to see him' sur
vive t lie dying year..
Miss IJnutinii ton of the Si'tllftiient
klndorgnrdcn is spending her Cllriiit-
mas holiday in Honolulu.
Manager GjerdrumNif Hana Plan.
tatioii was a pass-enger on fcntur-
day's Claudine, to llorvolulu.
Mr. G. D. SciiiMtlertif the Wailuku
Hotel was a visitor' ill Luliuiim on
Tuesday, relurnmvjl Wednesday.
Treasurer KopolkflHwns unnvoidn
l)ly detained in Wallilffu this week,
but leaves for Honolulu Jlfty nfti'i'v
Supt W. IS. '11' of the wntei
works was conlincii to his room witt
a sW-re cold this wik. but is eon
vsdi'soing. W. E. UeveriMix of Grinlmum t
Co. whs a juis.M'fiycr by Wi'iinenlay's
Claudine for Hana, on uii con
nected with the tirni.
Mr. George Nielsen nl kouderbcrg,
Germany, who was a re-idea t of
Maui home .veins ago, sent, a kindly
Christmas letter uf greeting to Hie
Mr. Edwurd Osborn, principal of
"lie lionokahau school passed tin ough
Wailuku vesterday, en route for a
Christmas trip to the summit of
Col. W. H. Cornweii was married
at Honolulu on Wednesday; to Mrs.
Josephine Covin, and the couple will
spend a brief noneymoon at Waialua
before returning to Maui
Postmaster Arthur Waal ol Lah ul
na has satisfied the News, that he
was not to blame for the recent delay
of tho foreign mail, which was three
.lays in transit from Lahniua to Wal
Mr. J. N. S. Williams of Puunenc
gave a Christmas tree entertainment
to his friends, at winch appropriate
gifts were distributed, notably a gilt
horse-shoo to the mayor, and a toy
stcnmplough to Brother Hansen.
Latest from Venezuela
Puerto Caiiello, Saturday, Dec
ember 13 Tho British cruiser Char-
ybdis and the German Vinota bom
barded the fortress hero at 5 o'clock
this afternoon and quiokly silenced
it. Tho bombardment lasted for
forty-five minutes. Tho fortress is
composed of Foit Solano and the
Castle Liber tador. After the firing
ceased the Charybdis sent marines
to occupy the castle. The fortress
was almost demolished. It is probable
that only a few person wero' injured
by the shelling. The commander of
Castlo Libertador has been taken
prisoner. The cruisers arc still here.
London, Dec. 12. The Foreign Of.
lice informs tlip press that tho Brit
ish Government disclaims responsi
bility for tho sinking of tho Vene
zuelan vessels, off La Guayra, which
it entirely attributcsfto theGerman
, LaGuaviia( Venezuela), Dec, 15.'
Dynamite and the torch completed
tho demolition of the harbor defenses
of Puerto Cabello after they had been
dismantled and riddled by the gun
fire of the German cruiser Vinela
and the British cruiser Charybdis.
Bkkmn, Dec. 12. As tbo result of
fresh inquiries made regarding the
reported sinking of Venezulan vessels
off La Guayra, it is learned that the
orders given to tho German and Brit
ish commanders wero to capture the
vessels before begining tho blockade
No orders we're given to sink them
Washington, Dec. 10. Tho- Ital
ian Ambassador today called at the
State Department and advised Secre
tary Hay that Italy had joined the
allies in the operations against Vene
New York, Dec, 1G. From an ap
parently reliable source, says tho
Port of Spain correspondent of tho
Herald, it is reported hero that a
decree ordering the blockade of Vene
zuelan ports will bo issued Tuesday
Berlin, Dec. 1G Secretary Hoy's
note excepting American ships from
certain restrictions of tbo Venezuelan
blockade Is favproLly received by tho
A sperm uhalo cruising between
Auckland and fvdnry brought the
steamship Sierra to a stop on the
morning of November -1. The steam
er was at, full speed when she sud
denly struck the whale t-qaurely in
the middle, breaking it si back am
cutting it so deeply that tho hugi
body stuck llnnlv on the vessel's
stem. (The steamer was immediateh
slowed down, but still the whalo'.
carcasH remained fast to the stem.
4id it was only by coming to a ful
Mop and going some little distance
astern that the whale was thrown on".
Uhe Sferrn wn not damaged. Miip-
Tli" new forty foot launch brought
down from Mure Inland on the Naval
ransport Solum for the use of Com-
nawlaul Whiting at the Nnval Stn-
ion had its trial til) in the bay yes
eidny morning and later in the day
Lieutenant, Hodman, tho tug boat
kinrtpr, ujed tlin launch to make -a
riji In a point riff Waikiki, where the
ihore end of the cable is to meet the
ea cable, and there placed a barrel
amy In position to guide the Silver-
on on tier arrival hero. Advertise!'.
An admiralty suit has been filed in
he di-trii t. count aaainst the Amer-
iean-lluwniian Steamship Company.
Spreekels and Company being the
phiintill, Kicking to reeowr $5,000
vlleged to have been contracted be-
ween Captain Weeoon of the Nova
Ian and Captain Olsen of the Sptoek
ls tu.: Fearless on tho occasion of
i ho sleanT-l.ip'Nevadan grounding on
the reef while leaving the harbor of
San FuANriscOjDccembcr 10,--The
naval hospital transport Solace wi'l
sail todav for Honolulu, Guam and
Manila with a number of passengers
and tho graduating class from An
napolis Aeadamy. Supplies for the
ports mentioned till the hold of the
Solace. It is probable that tho ves
sel will be absent from this port
three or four months.
The gasoline schooner Malolo has
been mirchased by thi Intcr-island
Steam Navigation Company Mr
Kenneuy, manager of the company,
stated that the vessel would .lay up
until a route for her to trade 'on had
been determined upon.
Washington'. December 10. The
Navy Department was informed to
day of the arrival Sunday of the
Mayflower and Dolphin at Culebra,
the former with Admii al Deyvc and
his staff aboard.
Vessels in PottKaluiIiii
Br. ship Kinross, Murray, from
Am. Bk. Martha Davis, McAlman,
S. S. Nebraskan, Green, from
Dec. 24, S. S. Claudtno, Parker,
Dec. 25. Am. Bk. Martha Davis,
McAlman, from Honolulu in ballast
Dec. 22, S. S NebrasUan, Green,
from Honolulu, freight from coast,
Dec. 27, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Dec. 24, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Dec. 27, S. S. Claudino,Parkor,for
Oceanic Time Table
DATE NAME FROM
Dec. 2 Hongkong Maru S. F,
" 10 China S. F.
" 12 Alameda S. F,
. " 13 Peru Yokohama
" 17 Moana Colonies
' 18 Doric S. .F,
" 19 Coptic 'Yokohama
" 20Aoraugi Victoria, B. C,
' 23 Sonoma Colonics
" 24 Sierra S. V
" 2G Nippon Maru S. F.
' 27 America Maru. . ..Yokohama
2 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
2 Sierra S. 1;
" 3 Ventura Colonies
" 5 Nippon Maru S. F,
" 10 China Yokohama
" 13 Peru S. F
' 17 Alameda S. F,
" 17 Moana Victoria, B. C
" 18 Doric Yokohama
" 19 Coptic S. 1-
" 20 Aorangi Coloniei
" 23 Sonoma S.F
" 24 Sierra Colonies
" 2G Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 27 America Maru S. F,
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