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Senator C. H. Dickey left for Hon
olulu by last Saturday's Claudine.
Manager C B. Wells returned
f om Honolulu by Tuesday's Klnau.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin returned from
Honolulu by Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. Nhhwitz of Nahiku enmo over
to Wailuku by Saturday's Claudine.
Hon. S. Kalama and Hon. S. Kelil-
nol ol the lower house go to, Honolulu
D. Conway ol Thee. H. Davies & Co
spent the week on Maui leaving for
A. A. Braymer, of the Vonn
HamnvYoung Co. was selling up
Maui this week.
Mr. Fred Petcrman has accepted
a permanent position in the Kahulul
Railroad ollico. K
Drummer Sturtevant of Theo. H.
Davies & Co, is due on Maul shortly,
next week possibly.
High Sheriff Brown made a very
brief visit to Maui, . returning to Hon
olulu, hist Saturday. - -
.ftir. u. v. -ferluns was booked on
Wednesday s Claudine for Maui, but
failed to materialize.
Judge Esteo went to
Tuesday's Kinau, to hold
federal court at Hilo.
Col. G. W. Macfarlane returned
from the coast on the Korea, making
the round trip in 13 days.
Attorney Jas. L. Coke was at La-
haina on professional business during
the early part of the week
Mr. H. C. Ovonden was a through
passenger from Honolulu to Hana,
calling at Wailuku en route
Supt. A. T. Atkinson came to La-
haina last Friday, returning to Hon
olulu by iSaturday's Claudine.
Mrs. A. Omstcd of Hana passed
through WailuKu from Lahaina yes
terday, en route for Makawao.
S. E. Lucas, optician, who has
spent a week o Maui, left for Hou
olulu by Thursday.s Mauna loa
Capt. Berger and his band have
returned to Honolulu from the big
Island, a id will visit Maui shortly
Mr. Jas. T. Taylor, ,who has re
cetifly returned from tho coast.came
over to Maui by Wednesday's Clau
Dr. J. H. Raymond was in Wailuku
during the early part of the week
perfecting arrangements for the new
Mr. M. M. O'Shaughnessy, who isf
engaged ia the survey of the Nahiku
Songs of Hawaii
ditch, returned on the Koreaj and
went on to Nahiku ou Wednesday's
Mr. and Mrs. H. L.' Shaw of Hilo
arrived by this morning's Kinau, and
ifter a brief visit to Mr. W. E. Shaw
of Naaiku, will extend their trip to
J. P. Brown of Honolulu has reach
cd Wailuku for the purpose of in
vestigating the water supply of Iao
Valley. He leaves for Honolulu to
night, but will return shortly.
Sunt. Cooper telephoned to the
News on Saturday evening that im
portant matters called him to Hono
nun at once, nut that he will bo on
Maui again not later than next Tues
Captain Whitney and Carl Lehners
U. S. port inspectors, who left Hon
olulu by Tuesday's Kinau for Hawaii
returned to Maui this morning, and
leave Kahulul by this afternoon'
In Book Form
A rare and benutifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.51 postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co,
Box 570, Honolulu
Read the MAUJJJEWS
MAYFIELD JERMAN At Hon
olulu, H. T Jan. 25, 1903, George
Mayfleld of Puunene, Maui, to Miss
Mary Jerman of Honolulu.
Paris France, Jan. 23. Belgium
has consented to undertake the ad
ministration oi the Venezuelan cus
trms in behalf of the Allies and thus
relieve the United States of responsi
La Guayra, Jan. 27. An Italian
cruiser left this port today towing
seven Venezuelan prizes.
Chicago, Jan. 27. A mob ueized
coal train today and removed the
contents of five earn.
city has begun
poor at cost.
Chicago, Jan. 27. Four hundred
thousand Finns are starving. They
appeal to America.
Jauuary 27. This
selling coal to the
Several vp.sselsin the harbor dres-
ed ship yesterday In honor of the
birthday of the German Emperor.
The Iroquois presented a gay nppear-
nce iu her array of largo and small
flags, and the Black Eaglo ensign
was conspicuous The German Im
perial flag floated over the Hack-
feld building, and other consult, also
raised their respective flags on the
occasion. Owing to tho recent death
of Paul Isenberg, head of Hack feld
& Co., there was no reception by
the consul. Advertiser.
The bnrkentine Kllkitat, Captain
Cutler, which has been on tho over
due list here for several days, arriv
ed safely this morning forty days
from Ludlow. Captain Cutler reports
fifteen days of gales for the first
part of tho trip and calms and light
and baffling airs for the remainder.
Nothing was seen of the Florence,
but from the KUkitat's experience It
is expected that tho big ship will ar
rive in a day or two, all well. Bulletin.
The Texan's Honolulu freight has
been transferred to the Ncbraskan
and will bo here Wednesday less
than sixty days from New York. This
will bo the fastest freight shipment
on record between tho ports mention
ed. Tho Texan will bo here from the
Sound about the 20th of next month.
She is the newest of tho big freight
ers and is in command of Captain
Morrison, formerly of the Californlan.
Capt. Seabury of the Korea stated
in Honolulu that he would not make a
record trip to the orient, but would
merely run on schedule time.
Owing to the sudden kona storm
i Tuesdny night and Wednesday
the Claudine lay up in Kahulul Har
bor till Thursday morning.
The Korea, Capt. Seabury has
made the champion run between San
Francisco and Honolulu, vime 4 days,
22 hours and 53 seconds.
An unknown German freighter
wis wrecked off the coast of Wales
Januaty 2G, all hands saved.
The battleships Wisconsin and
Ohio will shortly touch 'at Honolulu,
en route to join the oriental nswal
The shin Florence. Spicer, is out
55 days from Tacoma', bound for Hon
Tho Alameda left Honolulu at noon
on Wednesday for San Francisco.
Tie cable steamer Silvertou is load
ing coal at Honolulu.
Foreign mail is due on the Nebras
Veescls In Port Kahulul
Am. Ship Foohng Suey, Willets,
Am. Sch. Alice Kimball,
from Gray's Harbor.
Jan. 28. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Jan. 31, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Jan. 31, S. S. Nebraskan-, Green,
Jim. 29, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Jan. 31, S. S. Claudine, Parker,foi
Oceanic Time Table.
Jan. 2 Zealnndia. . . , . ,
3 City of Peking.
3 Korea , ,
10 Coptic S. F.
lONevadan S. F.
13 Ventura Colonies
13 Gaelic Yokohama
14 Sonoma S. P.
14 Miowera ..Colonies
17 America Maru S. P.
V.0 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
23 Alameda S. F.
27 Korea S. P.
28 Nebraskan S. P.
30 China Yokohama
3 City of Pekir.L'.. . . Yokahama
7 Zealandia..., S. F.
10 Coptic Yokohama
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. P.
20 Nevadan S. F
27 Korea Yokohama
28 Alameda S. F.
30 China S. P.
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