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Songs of Hawaii
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A rare and benulifu collection
Of old aud new Hawaiian Songs
and HultiFi Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted wilh typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co,
Box 57G, Honolulu
Mr Jas. T. Taylor left for Honolu
lu by Saturday's boat.
Win. Green of Phillips & Co. is
selling up Maul this week.
Representatives Pali and Nnkalcka
went to Honolulu last Saturday
,Mrs, Lamb died at the hospital on
Saturday, and wus buried on Sunday.
Hon. H. P. Haldwin left for Hon
olulu by the Nebraskali, oh Thursday
Hon. W. P. Hniaof Hana is a
passi'imer on touay s uiautuno to
The mtirrhiye of C. G.Spcneer aud
Miss Kate RaufT, both of Honolulu is
Dr. Raymond took a liver to Hon-
Mr. and Mrs. Georye Mayfleld of
Puuncne returned irom Honolulu by
Wednesday's Claudine. .M(V-lJ (b .
Superintendent of Public .Works
Henry E.' Codper is ijxpe'ct'ed on
Maui by Tuesday's Kinnii. '
Mutt McCann and family of Lahal
nu urc reported to be -in bed with
S'iveiv attacks of dengue.
Tax Assessor YY. U.iAlkon was a
visitor at Wailuku on Thursday, and
reports much rain up ocuntry.
Capt. McDonald of' the Fullerton
spent Monday night in Wailuku,
gristing. hU many warm friends.
Dr. Weddiek ' leaves for Honolulu
by Monday's' Maiina Loa, returning
by the same boat on Friday next.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Shaw of Hilo,
who spent several days at, Wailuku,
left for Nahiku by Wednesday's
father Julian of Liahaina lias been
assigned to the. charge of the Cathc
lie Mission at V.'niluku, to succeed
Pro Vicar Libert. ' v
Cupt. John Fcreiraof the Wailuku
p ilicu resigned his position Feb.,
to take over the management of the
ociirgo n. oumm.ngs, mimeny
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c.er. in inonerms omce, receivea
uis comm.ssioo on co. i, ascapiam
air. Frank Enos, former toreman
in the News ofilce, who has been, in
Honolulu for some months, returned
to Maui on Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. C. C. Perkins of the Union Oil
Co. came over on Saturday's NebraS'
lean, to meet the Fulierton at Kihel
and left for Honolulu Thursday night
Mr. Ed. R. Adams, buyer for A. &
B., came over on Wednesday, Jo
temporarily fill the position left va
cant by the departure of Mr. J. H.
J. H. Fuller, travelling man for
tho Honolulu Iron Works, came over
on Tuesday's Kinau, and will spend
tho next week on Maui, goiog to
Hana next Wednesday.
Col. French and Major Harris of
the Salvation Armv explored the
t . . t ii . . ri . i
ocauues oi lao vaueyiast oaturaay
morning, and left for Honolulu by
the Claudine in tho afternoon.
Mr. J. M. Walker, the popular aud
efficient head accountant of the Ka
hului Railroal Co. resigned his pos-
iton and left fpr his old home in'Aus
tralia.viu Honolulu on last Saturday's
Arrangements for tho. grand con
cert at K. of P.Hall are progressing
finely and the concert promises to be
one of the best that has been heard
Air. ljuiinii lias securea Jtio ser
vices of Count von Sedwltz, who will
play' two violin solos, and those who
have heard the Count say that ho
has no equal in these Islands, and
but few in the profession. Miss Cool
edge of Maunuolu Seminary has kind
ly consented to assist, and will add
greatly to tho success of the pro'
' Tickets wi)l' be on sale at TbeJTirst
National Bnnk of Wailuku after
Mrnday theiHh instant, where scats
can be reserved by telephone.
There will bo a public meeting of
the citieens of the Wailuku oh next
Monday cvenilig 7. 80 p. ni. at 'tho
Wniluku Courthouse, for the purposo
of appointing a committee to confer
wilh Supt. of Public Works Henry
E. Cooper, relative to the needs of
Wailuku, and also to discuss a new
sito for the public school, cemetery
matters and other matters of Inlbr.
San Francisco, Cul., Jan. 31. Thr
crew and passengers of the steamship
Crescent City, wrecked at Mendocino
yesterday, have all been saved.. There
wcro fifteen in all and they were
marooned on a rock.
Corfu, Jan 31. The Rritlsh cruiser
Pioneer run down and sunk the to
pedo-boat Orwell. Thirteen men from
the Orwell were drowued.
London, Feb. I. The Norweyiat
steamstiip Avona has been, wreckei
on the coast of Denmark, by Umiij.
driven ashore during a territic gali
that has prevailed for several days in
the Catteirat. between Denmark and
Sweden. The ship's crew, which con
slated of some forty men, all were
drowned. The vessel is consluered a
Washington, D. C, Feb. 1. Argen
tina and Chile, in view of the pro
posals for disarmament botween the
two nations, have agreed to offer the
four warships which they must sell,
to the United States.
The schooner Ada which was blown
and washed high and dry on the shore
at Kahuna, windward Oahu, on
Thursduv morning is a total loss.
Nelson Lansing, her owner, returned
from Kahana vestcrday and said that
there would be little worth saving
from the boat. The vessel was piled
high up. on the shore and one could
drive entirely around the wreck. The
boat was valued at $2,000, aud was
insured for $1,500. Advertiser.
The cable steamer Silvorton start
ed on her homeward trip Sunrlay, at
noon. She was given a noisy good
bye by the steam vessels in port and
her crow gave three hearty cheers
for Honolulu as the big loat swung
around the- lighthouse. It is expect
ed that the bilvcrton will reach her
destiuaiion in about 70 days, stop
ping en-routc at Coronel and Tener
Tho ship Florence is now out from
Tacoma 67 days.
T, schooner Alolm sailed from
Kaan!ipal, Qn Tucsday w,th 24,000
. cks of sugai.( for Sun Francisco,
Capt. Houdlotte cf the Sierra, who
has just returned to Honolulu from
Sidney reports the roughest,, voy ago
he ever experienced.
Vessels In Port--Kabul ul
Am. Sob. Alice Kimball,
irom Gray s Harbor.
S. S. Californlan,
S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. D, S. S. Californian, Barron,
from Honolulu, via Kaanapali.
Feb. 7. S. S. Claudine, Parker
Feb. 4, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Feb. 5. S. S. Nebraskan, lireen
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Feb. G, Am. Ship Fnohng Suey
Willets. for New York, 17,000 bags
Feb. 7, S. S. Claudine, Parker,for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE . NAME PUOJI
3 Sierra Colonies
4 Ventura...... S. F,
4 Gaelic. S. F,
7 Doric Yokohama
11 Aorangi Colonies
12 Hongkong Maru S. F,
13 Alameda S. F,
14 Nippon Maru Yokohama
14Mlowera Victoria, B. C
14 Nevadan S. F.
20 China S. F.
24 City of Pokiug. ...Yokohama
24 Sonoma Colonies
25 Sierra S. F,
28 Doric S. F,
3 Sierra S. F.
4 Ventura Colonies
4 Gaelic '.. ,i. .Yokohama
7 Doric ; S.F,
7 Nebrttskun..."...- S. F,
ll Aorangi... ...Victoria, B.C,
12 Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
14 Nippon MarU ...S. F.
14 Miowcra Colonies
18 Alameda S. F.
20 Chluo Yokohama
24 City of Peking S.'F,
24 Sonoma ..S. F,
24 Nevadan S. F.
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New Buii.dinor, New Rigs,
The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to ru'aV
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui,
HACKS, CarHaiJes, Buggies and Saddle Horses' ' "Vj
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HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS
91 Kino Ss. and 314 Fort'St
Goodform Closet Setsj
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodform!
Trousers Hangers, 12 Coat Hangorsi
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Coat and Trousers Hangers, Lfjcacl
Bar and Loop . -
received a large assort-'M
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GO'S safes. These safeliijj j
the very bust made. , ,:,
Hardware Department. '1
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