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Attorneys Ricnaidson and Crook
visted Huelo on Tuesday.
S. A. D. JoneF, the Gf rmanla Llfo
man came over on Wednesday's Clau
dine. AV. T. Robinson returned from a
ten days' trip to Honolulu on Wed
Col, Sam Parker and party were
pnssHtigers on Tuesday's Klnau, for
Treasurer A. N. Kepoikai and
funnily came over on Wednesday's
Bob Ballentino took Mollie Connors
to Hilo on Tuesday, for the races on
T. P. DuBoss has spent the .week
on Maui, in the intarcsts of San Fran
George Haysolden is on Maui in the
interests ot th David Lawrence &
Co. Tobacco firm.
George Robertson, president of th
Wailuku Sugar Co,, is spending the
week in Wailuku.
Mrs. T. B. Lyons and her two
children returned from Honolulu by
Judgo Kalua made a flying trip to
Honolulu by Monday's Hall, return
ing on Tuesday's Kinau.
Attorney P. N. Kahokuoluna of
Lahaina has been in attendance on
court at Wailuku this week.
Cashier Lufkin of tho Wailuku
bank was a visitor to Lahaina "on
Monday, returning on Tuesday,
Miss Trent, who has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Penhallow, left
on Monday's Hall for Honolulu.
Mr. A. A. Braymer, of the Von
Hamm Young Co. is touring Maui this
week, in the interests of his firm.
W. E. Shaw of Nahiku was excused
from jury duty, and ho and his wile
left for home by Wednesday's Clau
A. B. Ingails, U. S. Customs
Gauger of Honolulu, came over this
week' to investigate the oil tanks on
C. Kaiser, of Hyman Bros., Hono
lulu, came over by Tuesday .night's.
Kinau, and will spend tho week
among the Maui merchants.
A. L. Ahlo who spent the week on
Maui left by the Kinau for Honolulu
but will return in a week to work up
a Chineso mining proposition.
"Billy" Green the popular travel
ling man for M. Phillips fc Co., land
ed at Lahaina on Tuesday, and will
be in Wailuku this afternoon.
Mr. Rawlins, wifo of Dep. At
torney General Rawlins cam over
on Tuesday's Kinau, to spend the re
mainder of the term in Wailuku.
Capt. Parker of the Claudine is an
applicant for the position of, pilot ot
Kahului, and his mauy frieuds hopo
that he will securo the position,
Mr. R. A. Wadsworth leaves for
the coast next Saturday to be gone
about three months, during which
lime l.e will visit the eastern states.
Mrs. W. G. Ogg of Pahala is dan
gerously ill, and a physician from
Honolulu and her brother from La
haina have been summoned by wire'
Tho marriage of Miss Rebecca
Daniels to E. F. Deinert is announc
ed for next Saturday evening, Juno
27, at tho lesidence of Mrs. Wo,
Daniels, at Fuunone.
Mr. J. F. Darcy chief engineer at
tho Honolulu Plantation Oahu, spent
the woek visiting the mills and plan
tations on Maui, leaving for Honolulu
on last night's Kinau.
Attorney General Rawlins visited
Lahaina on Tuesday as the guest of
John Richardson Jr. who did tho
honors at the palm-treo city, includ
ing a pol dinner, and both gentlemeu
returned td Wailuku by that oVen
Mr. A. H. Scngstack, bookkeeper
at the Piiia Plantation Store for the
past two yeais, leaves for the Coast
via Honolulu today. Both as a first
class bookkeeper and as a very pop
ular gentleman, Mr. Scngstack will
bo missed on Maui.
ENGLISH At Malulani Hospital
Wailuku Maui, Juno 1G, 1903, Rob
ert L. English of Kahului, aged 45
BAL At Honolulu June ' IV. 1003
Euguene Bal a natjvo of Bordeaux,
J' ranee aged 79 years.
New York, June 14. Sir Thomas
Llpton's fleet arrived safely today,
and is tonight lying in Erie basin
The fleet consists of Shamrock III,
tho challenger, Shamrock I, ard tho
steam yacht of Llpton, tho Erin,
which acts us the tender.
The vessels wero welcomed by a
fleet of yachts and excursion boats,
which had been in waiting down the
bay for the vessols. They came up
the channel escorted by ttis welcom
ing flotilla, with sirens tooting and
men and women cheering.
Tho captains of tho yachts report
that storms wero encountered on the
way, but tht challenger weathered
them splendidly, no evidence of
Washington, D. C, Juno 14. The
Navy Department is considering the
immediate improvement of the naval
base at Honolulu. Tho plans now
under discussion contemplate the
construction of tho new works and
the installation of shops and docks at
Pearl Harbor, along the lines al
ready proposed in surveys and es
timates prepared in Honolulu and
sent fotward last year.
New York, N. Y., Juno 14. -The
race between tho cup defenders Co
lumbia, Constitution and Reliance
cams to an untimely end today bv
the breaking of the Reliance top
mast. No serious injury was done
other portions of tho yacht's gear.
The repairs can be made quickly.
- Washington. June 17. Cantata
Rodman of tho U. S. S. Iroquois has
been requested by tho superintendent
of the cable at Midway Island to
establish and enforce laws and re;
The cable ship Colonia was duo at
Midway on Thursday from Guam, and
will proceed with tho final link of ca
ble to Honolulu as soon as possible.
Bogota, June 17. Tho Colombiau
Congress will not endorse tho Pana
ma canal treaty, tho public being
unanimously against it.
Christiana, June 17.--The Am
mundsons expedition (or vho discov
ery of tho magnetic pole left port
today for the North.
Washington, Juuo 17.-Rcy. Father
Chjdwick, chaplain of the Moino at
the time of tho explosion, has resigu-
d from tho Navy.
.Several sailing vessels are due in
ahului witli coal and lumber.
The Nebraskan leaves Kahului for
Honolulu on Monday.
Vessels in Port -Kaliulul
S. S. Nebraskan, Green, from
June 17, S. S, Claudine, Parkor,
June 19, S. S. Nebraskan, Green,
Juno 20. S. S. Claudine. Parker,
Juno 17, S.S. Claudine, Parker, for
Juno 20, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FKOJt
Juno 2 Siberia S. F.
" 2 Korea Yokohama
" 3 Moana Colonies
" 6 Aorang Victoria, B. C.
" 9 Sierra Colonies
" 10 Coptic S. F.
10 Vcntira S. F.
I" 12 Gaelic Yokohama
17 Nebraskan S. F.
" 18 America Maru S. F.
" 19 Alameda S. F.
" 20 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" 26 Korea S. F.
' 27 City of Peking. . .Yokohama
" 30 Sonoma Colonies
, . FOB
Juno :2 Sibera Yokohnmn
" '2 Korea S. F.
" f$ Alaurcda S. F.
b Moana Victoria, H C
" .(J Aornngl Colonies
." ,9 Sierra S. F.
'" lUNevadnn S. F.
J' jd Coptic Yoiohama
J' 10 Ventura (Colonies
'.' 12 Gaelic S. F.
18 America Maru. . Yokohama
" 2,0 Hongkong Maru,,) S. F.
" 24 Alameda S. F
" Eli Korea ..Yokohama
27, City of IVking) S. F
" Nebraska!). S; F:
" 3'J Sonoma S. F
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