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Directors R. A. Wndsworth,
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P. O. Jones Vice-President
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Central Station for Maui at
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Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
' A rare and beautifu collection
of old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Sorao nover before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co.
' 576, Honolulu
Manager Wells, jvho went to Hon
olulu Inst week, roturned on Vednc3-
Sir. A. Enos Jr. and wife returned
from Honolulu by Tuosday's Maura
Mr. Hollgnrd of the Kihel Plan
tation Storo was in Wailuku on
Mrs. W. G. Ogg was a passenger
from Honolulu to Hawaii by Tues
day's Mauna Loa.
M. M. O'Shaughnessy came over
from Kcanao on Thursday to give
export ovidence in the water suit.
W. O. Smith and Gen. A. S. Hart-
well camu over on Wednesday, in
connection with the pending water
D. C. Heger, representing a made
lo-order clothing house of San Fran
cisco, is taking orders on Maui this
Attorney Case of Wailuku paid a
short professional visit to Honolulu
by Saturday's Claudine, returniug on
Treasurer A. N. Kcpoikai came
over on Wednesday's Claudine, on
private business, and returns to Ho
Jack Dow of Kihci and E. H. Bail
ey of Kahului were in town on Wod
nesday, giving evidehce to bo used in
the water suit.
Mrs. Gerald Bryant' and two chil
dren, from Haha, spent several days
in Wailuku and left for Hawaii by
Tuesday s boat.
Manager Church of Paia Planta
tion Storey an3 Fred Armstrong of
Paia were in Wailuku Sunday to
witness the ball game.
Attorney W. A. Kinney of Hono
lulu came over on Wednesday, to rep
resent the WailuKu Plantation, in
the water controversy.
Mr. J. F. McCrosson, an old timer
on M'aUi arrived from Honolulu by
Wednesday's Claudiue,. and is reg
istered at the Maui Hotel.
Miss Miller and Miss Lohry, AVere
In Wailuku this week ofiiciatihg as
stenographers at the hearing of the
Iao Valley water matter.
Manager Piller of tho K." R. R. Co.,
took a flyer to Honolulu by Thurs
day's Mauna Loa of last week.roturn
lag on Monday's Novadan.
Clerk L. R. Crook of tho Maui
Circuit Court, who has been serving
as Federal juror in Honolulu, re
turned by Wednesday's boat.
Harold Hayselden of tho David
Lawrence ciyar house has been
stocking up his Maui customers, be
tween showers,- all this week.
Arthur Wjal, Lahalna's popular
postmaster, dined his many friends
at thb Pioneer Hotel last Sunday, in
honor of his steciith birthday.
Capt. J. S. Motony of 'Lahaina and
Capt. C. Nielsen of Puuneno were in
Wailuku 'his week, to give expert
evidence in the water controversy
"Josk" McGuire, in charge of the
railroad dock at Hilo, has been pay
ing n short business visit to Wailuku,
and left for Hild by Tuesday's Kinau
"Hon. H. P. Baldwin and Attorney
Magoon arrived from Honolulu on
Thursday morning on the Ttfiihau, to
attend the hearlrgof the water con
trovorsy at Wailuku.
Mr. Fred Meyer, manager of Wai
anae Plantation, Oahu, and who wris
at one time at Spreckelville Planta
tion, came over by Tuesday's Kinau,
to spend a few days on Maui.
Mr. Frtd H. Hdvseldeu has re
turned lo his homo in Lahaina, having
recently completed an extensive bus
iness transaction, in a manner sat
isfactory to all the parties concern
Ex.Land Commissioner Brown of
Honolulu who has been a frequent
visitor to Wuiluku recently in con
nection with water-right, question
came over again on Wednesday, to
conduct further proqeedings in the
Bis':op Restnrick c:mo' over on
Tuesday's Kinau and will spend some
days visiting the churches andpeop,le
ot Wailuku and Lahaina. Ho, was
tendered'n reception by. tho Ladies
Guild of Wailuku at the Settlement
Building, last night.
ROGERS At WailGku, Maui, April
26, 1003, Mrs. W, Rogers, aged 28
Purser Lloyd Conkllng of tho
stcatnor Mauna Loa completed his
second trip on that vessel today. Ho
Is becoming familiar with his now
duties and is now a full fledged pur
sor. Ho reports that on the up trip
of the vessel a number of whales
were seen spouting oil Lahaina. On
Saturday a quantity of porpoises wore
seen off tho Kona Coast. The por
poises swam directly under tho bow
of tho steamer, and allowed tho ves
sel to scratch their backs. Star.
The Emilv Whitney. Capt. Wirs-
chuleit. 25 days out from Honolulu,
with a cargo of,nltrate for Kauuluir
reached port yesterday aftornoon.
Considerable apprehension had been
left for her safety, on account of her
long delay, which wrs caused by the
recent storms and adverse winds.
Sho has been cruising in tho neigh
borhood of the Islands over since leav
Earlj on Tuosday morning, thf
British cruiser Amphion, accom
panied by the two topedo boat des
troyers Vigaro and Sprrrowhawk,
arrived in Honolulu from Esquimault.
The Amphion wore a coat of war
paint, and is headed for the otient.
The Amphion is in command of Capt.
The United States army transport
Sumner, which will voyage ardund
the world, arrived off Honolulu har
bor early on Tuesday morning. She
goes to Manila, and thence through
the Suez canal to New York, carry
ing homo a large number of troops
Victoria, British Columbia, Apnl
27. The British cruiser Grafton,
flagship of tho fleet stationed hore,
has been ordered to proceed to San
Francisco to greet President Roose
velt during his visit to California.
Philadelphia, April 25. Tho ar
mored cruiser Colorado was launched
liero today. She will cost over $4,000,
000 and carry a crow of 822 men.
Captain Searles of tho steamer J.
A. Cummins accompanied by his fam
ily has gone back to his old home in
England, on a six months visit.
Captain Gilbert Brokaw, who was
in command of the tug "Fearless" in
Bonolulu for two years, has just died
in San Francisco.
Vessels in Port -Kahului
S. S. Hawaiian, Delano, from Hon
Am. Sp. Emily C. Whitnoy, Wirs-
chuleit, from Honolulu.
Apr. 27, S. S. Nevadan, Weedon,
from Honolulu, 500 tons freight.
April 2d) S. S. Claudine, Parker
Mayl, Am. Sp. Emily C. Whitney,
Wirschuleit, 25 days from Honolulu
May 2,S. S.Hawaiian, Delano, from
May 2, S. S. Claudine, Parkei
April 29tS. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Mily 1, S. S. Nevadan, AVeedonfi
for Honolulu, 38,000 bags sugar.
May 2, S.S.Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
Nippon Maru . . . .Yokohama
City of Peking S. F.
Alameda S. F.
Miowera... .Victoria, B. C.
Nebraskan S. F.
Doric , S. F.
Sonoma S. F.
Nippon Maru S. F.
America Maru. ,. Yokohama
Alameda S, F.
Nevadan , .S. F.
May 1 Nippon Mnru S. F.
" 5 Novadan S. F.
" 6 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 7 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
' I) Siberia S. F.
" I) Miowera Colonies
" 13 Alameda S. i
" 15 Dorio Yokohama
" 10 Coptic S. F,
' 19 Ventura S. F,
" 20 Sonoma. . j. . . '. Colonies
23 Nippon Mdru . . . .Yokohama
" 23 Nebraskan V S. F.
We have just
ment!;of the famous HERRING--HALL-
MARVINISAFBICO'S safes. These safos;
nip rnnc 5lrff
The 'public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department. ;
Theoo H. Davies & Co,, Ltd,
WE SAYE YOU MONEY. ALL SIZES IN STOCK, 20 AND UP.
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES, TILE IRON FENCE, OFFICE GRILL
WRITE FOR DESIGNS AND PRICESJ
M. E. HEINDRICK,
Pi O. 627.
174 - 17G
The ATTENTION of k tho The Maui
trade is specially invited, to the full
line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far thojja
nnest Carriage Repository in "the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Go.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
A. general order from tho East
man Kodak Co. to all local deal
ers requires that prices bo ad.
vanced to list price. This order
goes Into effect very shortly and
without further notice. For a
short time oeforo" tho advance
wo will sell them at 20 por cent
SZ NEW STORE ON FORT
Successor to A
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WASLOKii 'l
Nuw Buildings, New Rios, New Teams, New Maoagement. ,-m
. The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui, 'i
LiyERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES J
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses,
at nil Hours. A New System of Press Buttons. J
New and first class-rigs ami teams, and competent "drivej
Whitman & Co
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS?
91 Kino Ss. and 3M Fout StJ
Goodform Closet Sets
No. 1. (Gentlemen's) G Goodfornv
Trousers Hangors, 12 Coat Hangers';,;
2 Bars and 1 Loop $3. 00 J
No. 2. (Ladies', GxG) G each Skirt!
and Coat Hangers, 1 each Bar and!
No. 3. (Gentlemen's 6jG) G cachl
Coat and Trousers Hangers, 1 cacnl
Bar aud Loop $2.'o
receiyedi a large assort;
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