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A rare and beautifu collection
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Bergeron? Music Co;
V. G. Scott leaves for llie coast
this week for a soveral weeks' holi
D. H. Lewis of Lovrjoy & Co. Hon
olulu, cunio over on this morninti's
Q. H. Berry and F. J. Cross of
Honolulu were visitors to Maui' bv
Dr. Fraar, tho dentist, will reach
Walluku next Wednesday morning,
to sprnd a week with us.
Attorney James L. Coke returned
to Wulluku from his trip to the
Cbastj on last Saturday.
Hon H. Pi Baldwin was a passenger
on Monday's Mauna Loa to Honolulu,
returning on the Nevadan.
"Dock" has been wrestltug with
the dengue this week, but hopes to
avoid a sea voyage as an antidote.
George IJayselden of the David
Lawrence Cigar Co. is' spending the
week on Maui, stocking up the'trado.
Hon. and Mrs. Philip Pali of La
haina were visitors ib Honolulu last
week, returning on Tuesday's Maui.
Miss Helen Kalwlaea of Hana was
a passenger by last weok's Maul, to
resume her attendance at school in
H. O. Halvorsen and W. L. Decoto
of Lahaina came over to Walluku on
Wednesday, returning on ThiirsOay
D. H. Kahaulalio is in Wailuku
waiting for lightning to striko him In
the shape of a republican nomination
A Omstefl of Hana spent a day at
Kihel during the early part of the
week, leaving for home overland on
R. C. Searle of Honolua came over
yesterday to visit his wife who is un
der the care of Dinegar at the Pun-
Dr. Pratt, executive officer of the
Board ot Health spent saverai days
in Lahaina this week, and visited
Anthony Ahlo has spent the week
on Maui pushing a scheme to secure
funds to obtain concessions for val
uable mines In China.
Consul General Mikl Saito and
wife, together with his suite, cam
over to Maui this week to superintend
the payment of Japanese fire claims.
Miss Fisher of Ewa, who has been
visiting In' Paia and Wailuku for
several weeks, returns by this after
Mr. Werner von Graevemeyer of
Hilo was a visitor in Wailuku during
tho early part of the week, .leaving
for Honolulu by Monoay . night's
Dr. Philip Frear, the dentist,arriv-
ea trom Honolulu last night, and will
remain at the Maul Hotel for a few
days, on proiessional business. Call
at or.ee. 1
Surveyor H. D. Silliman has spent
the week surveying tho roads and
trails in the vicinity of Wailuku, with
the view of making reports on needed
A. M. Merill ot Boston, who has
spent several weeks on central Maui
was a visitor at Walluku this week,
and thoroughly explored the beautfes
of upper Iuo Valley.
, Mr. J. E. Higgius has spent the
week on Maui, making a co'lectio'n of
exhibits for the St. Louis Exposition
Ho preserves the fruits and other
perishable articles in formalin. ,
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Albert ;Barnes. the Honolulu real
uauue uuu lusuruncu muu,- uixomjju
riled by bis wife,; arrived by la'st
night's Claudine from Hawaii, and
are registered at tho Maul Hotel.
Carl Kaiser, travelling man for
Elyinon Bros., Honolulu, canje over
ou Tuesday's Kinau, to spend ' tlVe
week among his customers, and
leaves for Honolulu this afternoon.
Q. H, Berrey, the Bradstreet of
! the Isltvnfli visited Hana by Wednes
day s JUaui returning today. Alter
spending the day in Wailuku he will
leave for! Honolulu on this afternoon's
Chief Engineer J. N. S. Williams
of Puunene leaves for tho , coast in
the Moaiia partly for pleasure,1 and
inceoentally to investigate suar
beet machi'ney with the viewol adopt
ing its des'irable features in tlie man
ufacture of cane sugar.
ENOS AJt Vfaityku, Mo6,. ,Ajg. 21
lyiM, to sin and mis. A.Knos, Jr
News by wireless reached Maui on
Thursdny morning that tho lirst
yacht race was a failure oh account
of lack of breeze. When the race was
called off the Reliance was half a mil
ahead. Till sreorid' race iB to be
The Impression seems to have
gained ground in t)le minds of many
in town that the America cup Jncht
races start today. The official pro
gram of the Nt w York Yndht Club
for this season, contalus the following
Americals Cup Races. Aug. 20,
Thursday, Sandy Hook lightship; 22,
Saturdav; Sandy Hook lightship; 25,
Tuesday; Sandy rfook lightship) 27,
Thursday, Sandy Hook lightship; 29.
Saturday, Sandy Hook lightship.
Tho Korea narrowly e'sbaped &
typhoon on the Asiatic coast. On
aving Hongkong the typhoon was
coming up the coast three hundred
miles away. It nearly overtook the
big liner for it struck Shanghai the
m'orning after the steamer loll that
port. However the vesibl got a
little of it In the rough 'weather
crossing to Nagasaki, at wlitcli port
the officers learned that the tvohoon
had spent itself on the Korean coast.
Wnlainfttaro TTinlnr.d .Inrrnaf. 17
The upper deck of a vessel on Lake
Tykojaroi carrying a large church
excursion party collapsed and forty
bf the people on board at the time of
th disaster were drowned.
Hongkong, China, Aug. 18. The
steamer Empress of India of the Ca
nadian Hue ran down and sank the
Chinese cruiser Hhangtai today.
Thirteen wore drowned and 170 rescued.
Oyster Bay, L. I., Aug. 17. Pres
ident Roosnvolt reviewed twenty-one
warships of the Atlantic squadron
today. Tho President and his party
were on board tho' Mayflower.
Port Townsend, Aug. 14. The
North Pacific squadron, which is
engaged jn a war game, passed the
forts at dawn undetected in a driz
zling rain and captured Bremerton
The young son of Pilot- Macauley,
who stowed away on one of the steam
ers bound for; the coast recently was
returned to Honolulu on the bark R
P. Rithet arrived from San Fran
cisco on Monday.
That time allowance of 131 minutes
to the Shamrock is a puzzler to land
lubbers. With a good stiff breeze fav
oring, it should mean four or five
S. S.' Nevadan, Weedon, from Hon
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