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Mr. Carl Waldeyer of Lahaina was
a visitor at wailuku this week.
Col. and Mrs.W. H. Corn well came
over on Wednesday's CJaudine.
W. O. Aiken of Paid returned from
Honolulu by Wednesday's Claudine.
A. V. Dow, travelling salesman for
E. O. Hall & Sou, was on Maui tins
Ex Queen Liliuokalanl arrived in
Honolulu by the Ventura, on Wed
Attorney John Richardson of La
haina came over on Monday, on pro
R.A. Wads worth of Wailuku was a
visitor at Lahaina in Wednesday,rc
turning on Thursday.
Mis. A. N. Kepoikai, who spent
several weeks in Walluku, returned
to Honolulu last Saturday.
Alonzo Jackson, the pitcher for
tho Mornhig Stars, goes to Honolulu,
to pitch for tho Muile Ilimas.
Max Eckhart the jeweler left for
Honolulu by last niht Kinnu, and
will roturn on Tuesday's Kinau.
Attorney Jas. L. Coke went to
Honolulu by lust Thursday's Mauna
Loa, returning by the Claudme.
Mr. D. H. Lewis, ofiovejoy &Co.,
Honolulu, is expected over on the
Nubraskan, duo at Kahului this morn
P. E. Lamar of Wailuku took a
run over to Honolulu by last Thurs
day's Mauna Loa, returniug this
Capt. C. Nielsen of Puunene spent
several days in Wailuku this week,
iu connection with the water con
Joe do Rego indignantly denies
that he acted as police spy in 'the
matter of the iale of liquor to him by
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dowsett and
family came over on Wednesday's
Claudine to Maui, to spend a holiday
Dr. Philip Frear, the dentist, ar
rived by Tuesday night' Mauna Loa,
to linish filling a professional eugqge
ment at Puunene.
Cashier C. D. Lufkin, of the First
National Bank visited Honolulu by
Saturday's Claudine returning on
Miss Ellis of. Los Angeles and Mrs
J. S. Molony of Lahaina, who visited
the crater on Saturday, last,returned
to Lahaina on Monday,
A wireless received on Wednesday
morning announced the doath of J.
B. Atherton of Honolulu which oc
curred on Tuesday night.
Mr. A. C. Alexander, surveyor, of
Honolulu, came by .-Wednesday's
Claudine, in connection with the
water dispute in Iao valley.
Father Edward Bailoy has recen
ly died at his homo iu Alhambra,
California. Ho had reached the ago
of 89 years at his last birthday, Feb.
iapi. .rennaiiow.oi ino .Aiieo uookv
came over on Wednesday's Claudine
to visit his son and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs, II. B. Penhallow of Wai
Wm. Green, the jolly and popular
travelling. man of M. Phillips & Co..
Honolulu, came over to Maui this
week to supply tho needs of tho
Pinknev Brown. Wniluku's new
barber returned from Honolulu on
Wednesday, bringing a, full. set. of
barber shop furniture for his now
shop, adjoining the bank.
Mr.George B. Schrader is training
the choir for tho music at the Cath
olic Churcli tomorrow morning at
High Mass, and a treat will be afford
ed to lovers of sacred music,
Mr. Jos. Schulmeister of Honolulu
arrived on Wednesday to take tho
position of sugar boiler at the Wai
luku Mill. Ho will prove a valuable
addition to our musical circles.
Death of Mrs. Wm "Norton.
Tho many friends of Mrs. William
Norton of Puunene will be much
grieved to learn of her death at
Puunene, on Thursday evening.
Tho young couple had been married
about a year only, Mr. Norton being
night engineer at Puurieno Mill and
Mi's, Norton being a sister of Mrs,.
Jas.. Sha.w of Kahului. . Mrs.1 .Norton
leaves a babe, about two weeka old.
San Francisco,Mareh 21. The two
new steamers recently purchased by
tho Pacific Mail Company, and now
on the stocks of an Eastern shipyard
are reported to bo superior in size
and cabin passengers' accommodation
to the Korea and Siboria, tho liners
lately placed iu commission by tho
company. The new purchases aro
tho Minnclora and Minnekahta, to be
launched this coming summer and
both of which are intended by the
Pacific Mail Compp.ny for uso on the
Hongkong route. They are sister
ships of the Minnotonkn and Min
nehaha, built by Harland &Wolfe,
at Belfast, and which aro described
at Loyd's as ofover8G00net tons re
gister, with a length of 600.7 feet
beam of C5.5 feet and depth of 39.5
feet, or considerably larger than the
Korea and Siberia,
Judge Esteo rendered a decision
awarding to the Fearless tho sum of
$0,213.72 for her services in pulling
the Nevadan off the reef iu Honolulu
harbor on the. night of December 8.
This is $1,200 more than the
amount originally sued for by Spreuk-
els & Co., it having been claimed
that $5,000 was agreed upon as the
amount of remuneration on tho night
of tho accident. The Court holds that
there was no agreement as to these
terms, and awards the salvage on
the basis of 1J per cent of the value
of the freighter and her cargo
which he fixes at $414,248. Adver
London, April 4. The French sup
ply ship, Bambara, from Marseilles
to Algiers, is now so long overdue
that all hope for her safety has been
abandoned. Tho vessel carriedi95,000
cases of gunpowder and dynamite
and the gennrally accepted theory is
that there was an explosion of the
powder anu that the ship was de
stroyed. The Bambara carried a crew
of thirty-five men and all are con
sidered as lost.
San Francisco, April 5. The
coasting steamer Alliance, trading
between this city and Seattle, is re
ported ashore at Caspar, about five
miles north of Mendocino. The Al
lianco left San Francisco on April 1
for Portland, and should now be on
her return trip.
The S. S. American, which was to
have left Kahului yesterday was de
tained on account of rain which pre
vented the loading of sugar, but she
will probably get away today.
The Ventura arrived on Wednesday
and the Korea will arrive today in
Honolulu, with foreign mail.
Vessels in Port Kaliului .
S. S. American, Colbord, from
S. S, Nebraskan, Green, from Hon
April. 8, S. S. American, Colbord,
April 8, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
April 11, S. S. Nebraskan, Green,
April 11, S. S. Claudine. Parker,
April 8, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
April 11, S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table,
DATE NAME FHOM
April 3 America Maru S. F.
" 7 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" S'Ventura s. F.
"y 8 Mioweri Colonies
" 8 Nebraskan S. V.
" 11 Korea S. F.
" 11 Moana Victoria, B, C.
" U China Yokohama
" 17 Alameda S. F.
" 21 Gaelic S. F.
" 21 Doric Yokohama
" 25 Nevadan S. F.
" 28 Sonoma Colonies
" 29 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 29 Sierra ; S. F.
April 1 Alamedu S. F.
" 3, Amorica Maru. ..Yokohama
" 7 Sierra S. F.
" 7 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 8 Ventura Colonios
" 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. F.
" 2& Sonoma S, F,,
" 29 Hengkong Maru. Yokohama?
" 29 Siorra ..Colonies
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