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Chas. 51. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
0. H. Cooko Cashier
P. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhouso
Tom May, P. W. Macfarlanc, E. D.
fenny, J. A, Mcoandlcss.
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Banjos, Mandolins Guitars
IN ALU THE CELEBRATED MAKES
Bergstrom Music Co
Mr. Carl Wnldevor spent Now
Yctr with his family in Wailuku.
Goorre Copp of Kula was in Wai
uku on Tuesday and "Wednesday.
Dr. J. H. Rnvmond of Ulurmlnkim
was a visitor in Wailuku yesterday.
C. K. Spencer of Honoluln has
been visiting Wailuku. for the past
W. G. Taylor, Auditor of A. &. R.
spent his Christinas holidays in Wailuku.
M. II. Router, Tax Assessor at
Hana, has been a visitor at Wailuku
At'orney James Coke is conjlned
to his bed with a severe attack ot
W. J. Coolho of Honolulu dame to
Mnui by Wednesday's Claudine, on a
brief business trip.
Two of Mr. Ai Rodriguos' children
are sick with fever, his founyear old
son being quite low. ,'
Mr. S. VY. Crook of Honolulu who
8'ient Christmas on Maui, ileft for
Honolulu last night.
Miss Annie Horner of Lahaina
spent Saturday and Sunday in Wni
luku and Sprcckelville.
W. E. Bal, who was confined to
his room with a severe cold is able
t ) be on tho streets again.
W. A. Sparks and Mr. Batollc of
Klhoi took in the K. of P. ball at
Wailuku on New Years Eve.
Miss Alexander has resigned tho
priucipalship of Maunaolu Seminary
to take effect at Enster vacation.
Commissioner T. Thomas Fortune
and J. A. Gilman hero arrived bv
this morning's Mauna Loa,froin Haw
W. L. Decoto of Lahaina was a
visitor at Lahaina last Saturday
evening, in attendanco at K. of P.
Mr. Loyd Osborn, teaoher at Hon
olua, spout yesterday in Iuo Valley
with his kodak, securing some raro
Senator H. P. Baldwin left for
Honolulu by Monday's Mauna Loa
and took Tuesday's steamer for
J. M. Coulson, travelling salesman
for McChesnoy & Sons came' over by
Wednesday's Claudine to stock up his
Attorney P. N. Kahokuoluna, who
has been in Lahaina for tho past
year, has resumed tho practico of
law hi Paia.
Mr. Fred Peterman, who has for
some time past been at work at tho
Kahului iStore will leave for the
Mr. Thomas Cummings of Waikapu
gave and old-fashincd and very de
lightful luau to his many friends on
New Year's Day.
Mr. Sam Thomas, who spent sev
eral weeks as the guest of tho Mum
Hotel, has sought tho balmy airs of
tho Kula country, which ho will doubt
less find beneficial.
Mrs. Moore of Honolulu who has
been spending her Christmas holi
days in Wailuku, leaves for home by
this afternoon's Claudine.
Mr. L, Barckhausen of Lahaina
gave an elegant N w Year's recop
tion and dauco which was largely at
tended and very enjoyable.
Mr. Harold T. Hayselden, repre
senting David Lawrence & Co., came
over on Sunday and is spending tho
week with his Maui customers. ,
Supt. of Public Works, Henrv
E. Cooper went to Hawaii bv last
night's Kinau and ;vill probably visit
Maul before his return to Honjmilu
Miss Waldevor, who has been visit
ing her brother, Mr. Carl Waldeyer
ior several months, leaves on the
Claudine this afternoon for the coast
Supt. E. B. Carley of the Maui Tele
phono Co. returned from a ten day'
trip to Honolulu, by Wednesday'
Claudine, and gives an enthusiastic
description of tho scenes at the land
ing of the cable at Waikiki last Sun
R6ad the MAUI NEWS
Mr. W. G. Scott has at his resi
denqo on South Market street, op
posito tho Sottlement Building.
surplus of vory choico geranium and
carnation plants from selected east
ern seeds, as well as a number of
young pomegranate plants, which bo
would be glad to give away to anyone
who wishes . them upon application
Flower lovers please note.
A hurnooned shark towed a lnittuh
load of hunters far out lo m-h yesti-r
day afternoon, and tho line finally had
to be cut in order that the party i-- uU
eturntotlie harbor. In the Unit
were Deputy Sheriff Cliilllngwi.il,
Captain Flint, MeDnflle, McKiiiiitt,
and Chester Dnvlc They went in tl (
launch to tin1 outer end of tho chan
nel, and after maneuvering for sunn
imp a big shark loomed up near them
Captain Flint threw n harpoon, whit'
nnird itself frirly in tho side cf tin
selachian. The big fellow (it ohci
dived, and tho tot I Mon sped for
ward, although the lin" was paid nut
verv fast. After enjoviiig the tow
for several nillrs the line was cut.
The deputy went overboard once, but
was promptly rescued by this com
Something iu-w in the transpaeifie
possenger service U promised with
the npppnram-e of the new bigsteam-
hip Siberia. Sle has accommodations
for 220 lirst ehiss and 1144 Chinese
steerage passengers, nnd the some
thing new relates to the latter, being
four rooms fitted up for-opium smok
ing. The chief officer of the nh'ip thus
defends the innovation: You can't
keep the swine from smoking, and if
you let 'em snmke in their berths
they will stink up the ship till there's
no living in it. If yon forbid smoking
n their sleeping quarters and set a
quartermaster to watch to see that
the order is obeyed, they will sneak
down where cargo is stowed oV (sonic
other place, where they are likely to
sot tho ship afiro. Star.
It was stated on tho waterfront
ast night that an oil-burner would
probably arrive from San Fraueisco
today on her wav to China, and
would make the call hero to replen
ish her oil storing tanks from tho
Iwilei tanks. The name of the vessel
was not mentioned, but it was
thought to bo the Dollar1 Steamship
Company s steamer Stanley Dollar,
formerly tho transport Egbert,
which was to have left San Francisco
for China on December 20, under
charter to Castlo Brothers.
An eight-foot model of the fine oil-
burning steamers Nevadan and Ne
braskan of the American-Hawaiian
iile may bo seen at the office of Y',
Hacktield & Company. Tho model
shows in miniature all tho details of
those two sistor vessels.
It is expected that work on the
Hilo dock will begin about Jan. 5.
Vessels In Port--Kahului
Am. Bk. Martha Davis, McAlman,
Dec. 31, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
Jan. 3, S. S. Claudiue, Parker.
Dec. 31, S. S. Claudine, Parkor.for
Jan. 1, Br. Ship Kinross, Murray,
for tho Sound; in ballast.
Jan. 3, Am. Bk. Martha Davis,
McAlman, for the Sound; sugar.
Jan. 3, S. S. 'Claudino, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
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Jan. 2 Zcalandia
" 3 City of Peking..
" 3 Korea Yokohama
" 10 Coptic S. F,
" 10 Nevadan... :.S. F,
" 13 Ventura Colonies
" 13 Gaelic Yokohama
" 14 Sonoma S. F,
" 14 Miowera Colonics
" 17 America Maru S. F,
" 20 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
" 23 Alameda S. F,
" 27 Korea S. F.
" 28Nobraskan.......:....S. F.
" 30 China Yokohama
Jan. 3 City of Peking.. .". Yokahama
" 3 Kebraskan S. F.
" 3 Korea S. F
" 7Zealandia S. F.
" 10 Coptic Yokohama
" 13 .Ventura S. F,
" 13 Gaelic S. P.
" 14 Sonoma Colonies
" 14 Miowera Victoria, B. C
" 17 America Maru. . . .Yokohama
" 17Moana..., Colonies
" 20 Hongkong Maru S. F,
" 20 Nevadan ..S. P,
" 27 Korea Yokohama
" 28 Alameda S. P.
' 30 China S. P
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We have just received n large assortr
ment oJ the famous HERRING HALL--iWARVIN
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are considered the very best made.
TI12 public are invited to inspect tlie.
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