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Ex queen Liliv.okalunl is expected
oine on the Ventura. Apr. 8.
Senator II. P. Baldwin came over
Friday night, returning on Monday 8
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wise of Pala,
i'fl for the coast via Honolulu on the
Frank Silva of Wuiknpu, who has
en sick for somo time is rapidly
John Richard ion Jr., of Lahuina,
nine over on Thursday, to recuper
ate at the hospital.
. Euos of Wniluku went to Hotio-
l .ln by Saturday s Claudiue, return
ing on Wednesday of this week.
Miss Smith and Mr. Sengsturk of
'nia were in Wniluku last Sunday,
i bid goodbve to Mr. andMv. Wise.
Pinkney Brown, our 'new, barber,
as. his shop about titled up, and will
ion have his chair in place. Nextl
Thos. K. Pa of Peahl was in town
u Wednesday, to attend the funeral
i-remonies of the late Heiry Tallaut
Attorney A. N. Hayselden of La
ii.iina was in Wniluku on professional
business on Wednesday and Thurb-
Messrs. Armstrong and. Hogg of
taia wore guests of Mr. and Mrs,
i. W. Wise at the Maul Hotel, last
Capt. Nielsen of Puunene was ii
ovru a couple of days this week, in
htieatinc the matter of water
riynts m mo vaney.
. t -r TT it
M. M. O'Shaughnessy came over
. rum Keanae, overland on Tuesday,
io meet and confer with Attorneys
-mith and Hartwell.
S A. II. Landgraf of Paia wad a vis
tor to Honolulu by last Saturday's
;laudino, returning with his family
hi Wednesday morning.
Miss Minnie Lwdliolm, a very
popular young lady, recently a rest
u'litat Puunene, died of consumption
it Los Angeles, Cal., March C.
Col. R. K. Shoemaker, stenograph
r for Gen. A. S. Hartwell, is on
Maui. As an old ex-typo, the News
extends to him the freedom of the
E. Cutting of the Pacific and Ve
nicle Supply Co., Honolulu, ,was on
.daui this week supplying his line of
trade and left for Hawaii by Tues
W. O. Smith and General' A. S,
Hartwell of Honolulu arrived by
Wednesday's Claudine, to attend to
natters in connection with water
rights on Maui leaving on Thursday
Mr. Chas. L. Beal of Honolulu
went to Keanae by Wednesday'
Claudine, to take the position of
bookkeeper for Mr. M. M. O'Sliaugh
nessy, Superintendent of Construe
tion of the new ditch.
Deputy Attorney-General Petors
.ind Capt. Thompson, who were in
Walluku attending tlio trial of the
pakapio cases, visited Lahaina dur
ing the latter part of this week tak
ing the Kinau for Honolulu.
Mauuel do Rego of the Iao Stables
Co., who has been in Lahaina for
several days, came over on Tuesday
with a nice, ripe case of Lahaina
dengue, but a few days in Wailuku
will put him on his feet again.
Miss Ellis of Los Angeles, who has
for somo weeks been the. guest of
Mr. and Mrs. ReavisatLahalnaluna,
came over to Wailuku on 'Monday,
accompanied by Mrs. J. S. Molony,
and will' remain for a week or fo.
Zctio K. Meyers, Manager of the
Insurance Department of the Hawai
ian Trust Company came over on
Wednesday's Cluudine to look -after
the business interests of his company
on Maui, and left for .Honolulu on the
Claudine. . ,
Rev. George L. Pearson of Hono
lulu camo on. Wednesday to conduct
the christening ceremonies of the
child of Mr. Fred, G, Douse of Paia,
on Wednesday ovening, and on
Thursday went on to Lahaina, to vis
it the Japanese mission, leaving for
Honolulu by the Kinau.
SILVA At Wailuku, Maui, March
30, 1!)03, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Silva, a daughter.
TALLANT At Kalua, Wa.iluku,
Maui, March 30, 1903, Mr. Henry
Tallaut, aged 42 years,
Ofllcers of local steamers report
seolng unusually largo numbers of
whales and other monslers of the
deep during'lhe Inst few days.
When the Maui came back from
Hawaii port? last week two whales
followed the vessel at a distance f
otuy a few hundred .feel. They fol
lowed' the vessel lirsti m the star
board and then on the ;pdrt .side for
about half a mile; during which they
often jumped titrVit above tliehUrCace,
so that their sleek black backs and:
grey belllies could ulalnly be seen, by
thrso on board the steamer. The
Lehua also met a great number of
these animal the "blows" from them
Being seen quite often at various dis
tances from the ship. These "whales"
or "blackfish" as thov are called by
mariners, are a small species of the
snmt' genus as their famed relative
who treated Jonah with so much
The Alice Kimball which left Kn
hului some time since for San Fran
cisco, with a cargo of bottles, scrap
iron and otner junk, made the run in
24 days, the lat few days being
quite rough and doing some injury to
the rigging of the Kimball, which en
tored port leaking badly above the
water line. The Jap crew shipped at
Kahului proved utterly worthless,
ind the vessel was practically han
dled bv two men, the captain and tho
cabin boy When the Vessel began
to leak however, the Japs were put
to work at the pump, their enabling
tho Kimball to reach port.
Mr. Green states that he will dis
pose of the Kimball and buy a larger
schooner at owe, for the trade be
tween tho coast and MaUi.
The Collector of Customs received
a cablegram from Assistant Secre
tary of tho Treasury R. B. Arm
strong, at Washington, yesterday to
the effect that tho value of the Mexi
can silver dollar fdr the payment of
customs dues on April 1st will bo
thirty eight cents ahd three mills.
Savannah, Ga., March 29 A se
vere storm has swept the South At
lantic coast and many fishermen are
missing, about this city and the sea
The Gaelic camo into tho Honolulu
port witn a yellow flag flying, with a
case of varieloid on board, tho victim
being the child of a Korean immi
Washington, D. C, March 31.
Major Long has been promoted to
take charge of tho entire transport
service of the Government.
The Nebraskan is the next larg
steamer to arrive at Kahului, and is
due April 11.
Vessels in Por-t--Kahului
April I, S. S,
April 4, S. S.
Mar. 30, S. S. Ncvadan, Follett.
April 1, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
April 4, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
April 3 America Maru S. F.
" 7 Sierra Colonies
7 Hongkong Maru.Yokohama
8 Ventura S. F.
8 Miowen Colonies
8 Nebraskan S. F.
11 Korea S. F.
11 Moana Victoria, B. C.
U China Yokohama
17 Alameda S. F.
21 Gaelic S. F.
21 Doric Yokohama
25 Novadan., ,..S. F.
28 Sonoma Colonies
29 Hongkong Maru S. F.
29 Sierra .- S. F.
1 Atamedn S. F.
3 America Maru. ..Yokohama
7 Sierra S. F.
7 Hongkong Maru ....... S. F.
8 Vehfura ..Colonies
8 Miowera. . , . Victoria, B. C.
11 Korea Yokohama
11 Moana Colonies
14 China , S. F.
18 Nebraskan S, F.
21 Gaelic. ... Yokohama
21 Doric S. F.
22 Alameda S. J?.
" 28 Sononif S. F.
" 29 Hengltong Maru. Yokohama
" 29 Si8rr Colonies
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E BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU :1
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The BISMARK STABLES Co, propose to run
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