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P. C. Jones Vice-President
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Read the MAUI NEWS
Capt. Berger and his bar.d went to
Hilo by Tuesday's Klnau.
J. E. Miller, the fertilizer man, left
for the Coast by the last Zealnndla.
Col. W. II. Cornwtll Is still detain
ed in Honolulu, on account of illness.
T. Thomas Fortune leaves Hono
lulu today for Yokohama, by tlio
Henry E. Cooper, Supt. of Public
Works went up to Hawaii by Tues
day's Mauna Loa.
The death of Mis Mollie Rush, the
daughter of John 13. Bush recently
oeeured in Honolulu.
Rev. and Mrs. Kitcat sailed by
Thursday's Monna for their new
homo in New Zealand.
Mr. V. A. Vctleson has been quito
ill with appendicitis during the past
William Conway, the son of W. A.
Conway of Waikapu, died of pneumo
nia at Kamehameha School.
D. C. Peake, an eminent electri
cian connected with cable work, ar
rived in Honolulu on the Ventura.
Cyrus T. Green, who left Kahului
with the Alice Kimball returned on
yesterday's Hellene from Honolulu
L. Barckhausen, R. C. Scarle and
J. Wilson of Lahaina woro passengers
by last Saturday's Claudino to Hono
W. P. Poguc of Nnhiku came over
tT meet with tho republican execu
tive committee at Kahului on iron
Doctor b'oggett lias resigned as
President of the Board of Health,
and Dr. Mays Is spoken of as his suo
' Attorney Clarence W. Ashford
came over from Lahaina on Tuesday,
to laue the Alaskan tor Honolulu on
Surveyor M. D. Monserrat has
spent the week on Maui, doing some
surveying work for the Wailuku
Governor Dole returned from Haw
ali to Honolulu last Satur.day, quite
pleased with forestry conditions on
Mr. Wagner, travelling man for
Hackfeld &. Co. has been on Maui
this week, taking in Hana by Wed
Uol. ti. W. Macfarlane, who was
expected on Maui by the Nevadan
was suddenly called to the Coust.sail
ing on tho Ventura.
Mr. N. Nagasawa, Secretary of
tho Japaueso Consulate, came oyer
from Lahaina yesterday, and is stop
ping at the Maui Hotel.
senator U. H. Dickey arrived on
Maul by Tuesday's Kinau, to spend a
week or so. in quest of information
among his constituents, beforo tho
Judge P. N. Kahokuoluna has not
removed from Lahaina to Paia, as
was. announced, but 'will remain in
Lahaina several months yet before
making the change.
Pro Vicar Libert came over from
Honolulu to Lahaina on Tuesday
reaching Wniluku on Thursday, where
he will remain for. a week beforo re
turning to Honolulu.
Mr. B. D. Baldwin of Puuuene has
gone to Makaweli as temporary
manager, during nho absence qf Mr.
W. H. Buldwin, who is taking a va
cation for his health.
Mr. C. C. Perkins of ho Union Oil
Company came over on last week's
Alaskan, in connection with the Ki
hei fire, and returned to Honolulu on
tho Alaskan on Thursday.
Sheriff Baldwin wnt to Lahaina
oh Monday to look after a case of al
leged sheep stealing on Lanai in
which Clarence Asbford of Honolulu
wilt appear for tho defense.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Conway went
to Honolulu to t.ttend tho deathbed
of tl.uir only son, Williurn Conway,
last Saturday, and returned with the
remailis by Tuesday's boat.
W. F. Love of the Manufacturer's
Shoe Co., Honolulu, went to Hana by
Wednesday's boat, and. returned to
Wuiluku this morning, to remain on
central Maui for a few days.
Mr. H. Merer, tho tal'enttd brother
of Mr. D. L. Meyer of Wailuku, has
signed a three years' contract with
the American Lyceum Co., and will
not bo able to visit the Islands next
3pring, much to the disappointment
of many who expected a musical
treat on his arrival
An amendment has been filed in the
United States District Court in the
caso of J. D. Spreckels & Co. vs. S.
S. Nevadan. The tug Fearless now
claims $15,000 for the rescue of the
Nevadan when she went aground out
side the harbor a short time ago.
Following is the amendment:
"Amendment to tho libel of J. D.
Spreckels & Brothers Company
against the steamship Nevadan, her
tackle, apparel, furniture, engincr,
boilers, machinery, boats, appurten
ances and cargo laden on board said
steamship, for salvage.
"First Strike out the figures
'$275,000' in the third lino of tho
eighth paragraph, and insert in lieu
there of $400,000. '
"Second Strike out the figures
55,000' in the fifth lino of the ninth
paragraph, and insert in the lieu
Snn Francisco, Jan. 12. The Brit
ish ship Pegasus, ono hundred and
eighty-seven days on the passage
from Newcastle-on-Tyne for this port,
arrived today. She was considered
long overdue and reinsurance had
been played on her. She had been
quoted for reinsurance at thirty per
cent and for n time it wa3 thought
that she might bo the unknown
vessle which is ashoro at Terra del
Fuego. Bad weather off the Horn
cau&ed her long passage.
The new British cruiser Drake has
proved herself to be one of tho fast.
est of war craft. In her trial trip she
recorded a speed of twenty-live
knots for several hours in succession.
With the possible exception of the
Russian third-class cruiser Novik sho
is. tho fastest cruiser afloat. This
speed is said to be due to a new kind
of ptopeller blades, nearly circular
in shape and said to resemble a bent
When tho America Maro spoke and
provisioned the partly dismasted
bark St. David near Yokohama it
was the Intention ot bark's skipper
to make for Yokohama but advices
from San Francisco yesterday sr.y
that no news of her arrival at the
Japanese port has been heard yet.
It is stated on good authority that
tho newLiickenbach line of freight
steamers between New York and
west coast ports will not come to
Hawaii during the first year that
they aro in operation and there are
some reasons to believe that the line
will not come hero at all.
Tho Nevadan reached Kahului
Thursday morning with 1800 tons of
freight and ono day's mail from Hon
Vessels In Port Kahului
S. S. Novadan, Weedon, from Hon
Jan. 14, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Jan. 15, S. S. Nevadau, Weedon
from Honolulu, mdse.
Jan. 1G, S. S. Helene, Sickles
from Honolulu, with 28 Japanese for
Wailuku Sue. Co.
. Jan. 17, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Jan. 14, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Jan. 15, S. S. Alaskan, Banfield
Jan. 1G, S. S. Helene, Sickles, for
Jan. 17, S. S. Claudine, Parker,for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Jan. 2Zealandia S. F.
" 3 City of Peking.. S. F.
13 Ventura Colonies
" 13 Gaelic Yokohama
" 14 Sonoma S. F.
" 14 Miowera. . . '. Colonies
" 17 America Maru S. F.
f '' 20 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
23 Alameda S. F.
- ' 27 Korea S. F,
" 28Ncbroskan S. F.
" 30 China Yokohama
3 City of Peking.. . . Ynkalmma
7'Zenlandia S. F.
10 Coptic Yckohalna
13 Ventura S. F.
13 Gaelic S. F.
14 Sonoma. , Colonies
14 Miowera Victoria, B. C.
17 America Maru. . . . Yokohama
" 17 Moana Colonies
" 20 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 20 Nevadan..., S. F
" 27 Korea. , Yokohama
" 28 Alomeda S. F.
30 China, S. F,
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