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Rev. J. Kalino of Pula was a vlsltor
in Wailuku on Thursday.
Col. W. II, Cornwell leaves for
Honolulu by this afternoon's Claudino.
School Inspector king will spend
noxt week visiting tho school of East
Labor Commissioner Frank Sar
irent loft for tho coast by Tuesday's
Herbert M. Ayot;s, tho nowspaper
man, leaves for China shortly to ac
cept an important position.
George Kecno'y, head accountant
at Puuncno, was invalided this week,
but is recovering suiliciently to be
Mr. F. H. Hnyselden and family
and.Mr, L. M. Vetlesen and family
catric over from Honolulu by Tues
- Cant. W. E. Bafo'f Co.'l. N. G. H.,
is planning to takd his company to
Honolulu if possible, during grand
Dr. O. E. Wall arrived by tho
Claud'no from Hana this morning;
Ho will open an ollico for a fow days
at the Mui Hotel.
Mr. C. D. Lewis of Loyejoy &, Co.
paid a long promised visit to Wai
luku tl'iia week, and leaves for Hono
lulu this aftei noon.
Attorney John Richardson of La
haina was called to Wailuku early
last Monduy morning on professional
businest, and was detained hero for
Mr. James Bergstrom, of tho
BcrgstrOm Music Co. TIonolulu,came
ovor by Wednesday's Claudine, to
repaiv tho church organ at tho
Foreign Church, Pala.
W. W. Wescott of Puuneno who
has been nursing a pot case of den
gwo for a eouplo ot weeks, -left for
Lahaina on Thursday, but looks for
himself back iu time to see tomor
row's game. '
Mr. S. A. D. Jones of tho Gor-
mania Life came ovar on Wedpesday,
to visit tho local agents ot the com
pany on Maui. Cashier C, D. Lufkift
of tno First National Bank of Wai
luku represents tho Company in'
J. Jorgenson of Keanae, prominent
IU 11111 UU'JStl UUI1UU VI 1110 Ul JL uu-
neno ditch, who has been under the
weather for some time, cumo out on
horseback on Tuesday, aud. left on
Wednesday's Nebraskan for a short
vacation in Honolulu, ,.
mm i-iciiara, me mmous "urst
base," came over from Knhoolawe
this week to do a stunt with tho
Morning Stars touorrow. Tom states
that there are about 7000 sheep
pastured on the island and that fish
ing is line off tho west coast.
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NUA-AULD At tho residence of
tno bride at Wailuku, Maul, May
20, 11)03, by Rev. J. Kalino of PaiaJ
Rev. J. Nun aud Mrs. Poni Auld,
both of Wailuku. ' 4'
HAYSELDEN At tho Hawaiian
Hotel, Honolulu,. Saturday, May
l(i, 1003, Mrs. Tftlula Hayselden;
w'fo of Frederic H. Hayselden, of
On Tuesday of this week, tho sad
nows Of the death of Mrs. Hayselden
reached Maui. Sli'e had been in fee
ble health for spmo titiw, but it was
only last week that her symptoms bd-
eume alarming, and Upr immediate
family were summoned to Honolulu,
all reaching there in time to receive
her.ilust loving glance. ' ,
As u; wife and as a mother, Mrs.
Hayselden was .of that high and self
saerilicing type which adds to noble
womanhood its brightest crown and
luster. Broadly ixenerous in her in
stinuts she endeared herself to all
who knew her, and especially to
those who knew what her help and
presence meant, in their hours 'of
trouble. Her loss will bo a sad blow
to t-v friends, notably among the
Ilawalluns who over entertained a
loynl aud affectionate aloha for her.
Mrs. HuyselJen was tile onlv
daughter of the late Walter Murray
Gibson, a premier of tho Hawaiian
J. lands dqring the reign of Kalakatia.
She was born In Georgia in 1819", atid
raine to the Hawaiian Islands wih
her father iu 1802, and has resided
mostly in Lahaina and ou Lanai. Slioi
was married to Mr. Hayselden in
1874. She leaves a husband a'n'3 'five
children,' tlircVsofis I'atvd two daugh
tertf to ir.ourn her Ibss.
Manila, P. I., May 2Q.-The cable
ship Colonla has started the work of
laying tl.o Pacific cablo to Guam.
Thu ship arrived a few days ago and
is now well on its way laying tho
first link which is to connect Manila
with Guam. Tho Anglia will soon
stait out with the remainder of the
cable, which is expected to bo laid to
Honolulu by tho lirst of July.
Officers of the Yorktown state
that tho gunboat Princeton will not
touch at Honolulu on her way to tho
mainland from Yokohama. It was
tho purposo of hor commander to
tako hor far up to tho northward,
using her sails as much as possible,
and go direct to Bremerton, whence
she will sail for Marc Island. Adver
Immigration Commissioner Sargent
will leave for Washington in the Ven
tura. His plan is to proceed from
San Franciseo to such places in tho
north as Tacoma and Seattle, going
finally to Vancouver to take tho.
Canadian Pacific railway to Wash
ington, at which place ho will arrivo
on the 15th of Juno.
Sir Thomas Lipton evidently values
the Shamrock III more highly than
either of her predecessors of the
same name. Tho previous Shamrocks
wero insured for $60,000 each, but
the latest challenger has been under
written at $100,000. Of course theso
amounts aro far below the value of
' Lieutanant E. H. Shackleton re
cently to turned from tho Antarctic
expedition ship Discovery, which is
at present far south in the Antarctic
ice. Lieutonant Shackleton returned
.to Lyttleton in tho relief ship which
arrived there a few months ago.
Tho trim little gunboat Yorktown,
flying a homeward bound pennant
reached Honolulu Inst Sunday, from
Yokohama. Sho will remain in port
a week, put on a new coat of white
paint, take on 250 tons of coal, and
then leave for home.
Vancouver, May 18. Alley & Co.,
of Tacoma, will operato a line of
steamers between tha Sound and
Two coast mails wero duo in Hono
lulu this week, the Sonoma on Wed
nesday and tho Nippon Maru today.
Bremortbn, May 1C The Uulted
States Battleship Wisconsin sailed
for Honolulu today,
The Iroquois is about ready to leave
Honolulu for Midway Island.
Vcescls in Port--Knhulul
Am. Sp. Emily C. Whitney, Wirs
chuleit, from Honolulu.
May 20, S, S. Claudino, Parker,
May 21, Gas. Sch. Eclpso, Town
send, from Honolulu. ..'
May 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
from Hana. '
May 20, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
May20, S. S. Nebraskan, Green,
May 21, Gas. Sch. Eclipso, Town
seiie, for Keanac. geu'l mdse.
' May 23, S. S.Claudlne, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAJ1E FKOM
May 1 Nippon Maru . . . .Yokohama
" 0 Aoraugi Colonies
" 7 City of Peking S. F.
" 8 Alameda . S. F.
" 0 Siberia. . . . Yokohama
" DMiowcra... .Victoria, B. C.
' 13 Nebraskan S. F.
" 15 Doric S. F.
" 10 Coptic Yokohama
" 10 'Ventura Colonies
" 20 Sonoma S. F.
" 23 Nippon M.iru S. F.
" 25 America Maru. .. Yokohama.
" 29 Alameda S. P.
" aONevadan .?tS. F.
May 1 Nippon Maru ,-.S. F.
' ' 5 Nuvudan , . , . . S. F.
(1 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
' " 7 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
" 9 Siberia S. F.
" 9 Miowera Colonies
" 13 Alameda.'. S. F.
' 15 Doilc. Yokohama
" 1(1 Coptic . S. F.
" 19 Ventura S. F.
" 20 Sonoma Colonies
" 23 Nippon Maru Yokohama
i "' 23 Nehraskan?. .? .s. F.
" 25' America Man;.... .S.:p'
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