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W. T. Robinson Vice President
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P'. O. Joivv. Vice-President
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Songs of Hawaii
Ih Book Form
A rare ahd beautifu collection
( f old and new Hawaiian Songs
and Hulas. Some never before '
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Ilawniian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order '
direct from the publishers, the
Bergstrom Music Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. King nrriveu
on Maui by Wednesday's boat.
Dr Raymond returned from Hon
olulu by last night's Mauna Lou.
Bishop Restnrick of Honolulu was
a visitor to Hilo by Tuesday's Kinau.
Treasurer A N. Kcpoikai arrived
by lust night's stenmer from Hono
lulu. Mr. Walter Drake, Uncle Sam't
ruveuuc man has spent tho week on
P. R. Keay of the Kohala Sugar
Co. arrivad on this morning's Kinau
Cyrus T. Green, who has been
dangerously ill with pleurisy, is able
to be out again.
P. E. Lamar, C. E., ran over to
Honolulu on Saturday, returning by
W. H. Cornwcll, Jr. made, a bus
iness trip to Honolulu on Saturday,
returning on Tuesday.
Manager Kirkland of the Kahului
Store visited Honolulu last week, re
turning ou Wednesday.
Forester Hull, who has spent the
past week on Maui, left on Tuesday
night's Kiuuu for Hawaii.
Mr. R. U. Sarlo of Honolulu will
be over this afternoon to attand tho
republican county convention.
Jack Dow has reMuned his position
as head luna at Klhci, and goes to
H-iiiolua to remain for a short while
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin and Miss
Charlotte Baldwin were passengers
iy Monday's Mauna Loa to Honolulu
George G. Cooper of liana come3
over on the Mnui this morning, to at
tend the republican county conven
W Searby, sugar boiler, and James
Thompson, head luna at Puuncno loft
by Tuesday's Kinau for a visit to
J. M. Coulson, travelling man for
McChesnoy & Co., came over on
Wednesday to stock up his Maui
Cashier C. D. Lufkin of tho First
National Bank of Wailuku visited
Honolulu on Saturday, returning on
Mr. M. M.O'Shaughnessy, who has
spent the past two wcok on Kauai
came' over on Wednesday's Maui,
bound for Kcanae.
Manager C ,B. Olsen, of the La-
haina Store, left for Honolulu on
Monday's Mauua Loa, returning by
the same boat last night.
Arthur Jones and A. J. Silva, re
presenting Mclnerny's shoe and
clothing departments have been on
Maui this week, and found it profit
Rev. Edw. W. Thwing came ovar
on Wednesday to visit the Chinese
Mission schools at Lahaina and Wai
luku, and leaves this afternoon for
W.F. Pogue camo down from Kula
during the early part of the week
and left for Keanac ou Wednesday's
boat. Ho returns today and will
probably remain somo time in Wai
Alan Allan, a talented-comedian
assisted by Magaretta Mills, gives an
entertainment at tho K. of P. Hall,
Wailuku, this evening, and will aftor-
wards give an entertainment at La
A farewell party was given at
Paia at noon last Saturday by Mrs.
Ivaluna, Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. M.
A.- Pa, in honor of their boys who
left by the afternoon' boat to attend
Dr. Rogers, tho occulist, was on
Maui this week, in professional at
tendance on Mr. Lowell whose eye
was recently so sriverly itn'urcd that
it was found necessary to remove it
to protect tho other eye, which
fortunately was not injured.
CUM MINGS KING At tho rcsi.
dene of tho bride's parents, at
. Wailuku, Maui, (Sept. 5, 1003, by
Rev. Canon W. Ault, Georgu H
Cummings and Miss Mcllie King,
both of Wailuku, Maui.
ROGERS-DO REG O At Lahaina,
Maui, Sept. 0, .by Father Ulcnoos
lns,W, U. Rogers and Miss Virgina
Do Rego, both of WuMiiku, Maul
ANDERSON At Naalehu, Hawaii
September 1, 1003, Christine, wife
of A. F. Anderson, aged 51 years
leaving a husband and two children
The promised new line of steamers
for Honolulujls soon to become a real
ity if reports in the Tacoma Ledger
arc to be believed.
R. A. Alley, & Co have been con
templating the establishment of a
Vancouver-Australian lino for some
time, and Mr. Alley was in Honolulu
a few months ago canvassing the
situation. The Ledger says:
"The 11 rsl vessel of the new steam
ship line between Tacoma and Aus
tralia and New Zealand, the establish
ment of which, in connection with the
operation of the New American-Aus
tralian Woolen company has been
given previous announcement in The
Ledger, will arrive in this port in
October, and there will be sailings
every four weeks hereafter.
"Tho ntw line includes four big
steamships and is to be known as
the Australian, Canadian & Pugot
Sound line. Tacoma will be the home
port for the liners on this side, and
R. A. Alley & Co. will be the general
agents, with offices in this ci'.y. Ad
Port Jefferson, L. I., Sept. 8.
Seven bodies of sailors from an un
known vessel were washed ashore
The Duko of Cambridge has pre
sented to the museum of the Royal
United Service Institution, in White
hall, England, a most ingeniously
constructed model of a ship, which
was made by one of tho Russian
prisoners of the Crimean War, en
tirely of tortoise shell and bone.
The following cablegram was re
ceived from Midway Island, .yester
day: "The America Maru passed
close lat night going west. She sig
nalled to us. She was going to throw
a box ovorboard. We could see the
box with our telescope, but a heavy
squall camo up an3 prevented our
getting outside the reef. This morn
ing the box is gone."
Washmgtou. Sept. G. Lieutenant
Peary will lead another expedition in
search of the North Polo in July. Ho
has been granted three years' leave
of absence. Morris Jesup has suppli
ed a fund of $150,000 to 'meet the
Vessels In Port--Kahulu
Am. Sch Golden Shore Landoos-'cn,
Sept. C, S. S. Alaskan, from Hono
Sept. 0, S. S.'Maui Parker, from
Sept. 10, Am. Sch. Golden Shore,
Landoosen, 510 days from Tacoma,
Sept. 12, S. S. Maui Parker, from
Sept. 9, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Sept. 10, S. S. Alasuan, Nichols,
for New York.
Sept. 5, S. S. Maui Parker, for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME ' FROM
Sept. 1 Sonoma Colonics
" 2 Sierra S. F,
2 America Maru S.. F,
4 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
" 9 Korea S. F,
" 11 Alameda i.S. F,
" 12 Nevadan S. F.
" 12 China Yokohama
" 18 Gaelic , S. F.
" 22 Ventura Colonies
" 22 Doric Yokohama
" 23 Sonoma S. F
II TVlinn-ni-n Pdnrtlnc
" 2G Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 20 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 20 Nippoii Maru. . . . Yohohama
Sonoma S. F.
2 Arhcrtca,Maru. ..Yokohama
1 Hongkong Maru S. F.
5 Nebr'askan S. F.
9 Korea Yokohama
12 China S. F.
10 Alameda S. F.
18 Gaelic Yokohama
22 Ventura S. F.
22 Novadan S. F.
22 Doric ..S. F.
23 Sonoma Colonies
23 Miowera... .Victoria, B. C.
20 Moana Colonies
26 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
29 Nippon Maru S. F.
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ment ;,of ,'the (famous HERRING HALL .
MARVINISAFEI.CO'S safes. These'safes
are considered the very best made.i
The publicrare invitediltolinspect the
exhibit at our HardwareSDepartment.
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lino of HACKS, BPGGIES, RUN
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G. Schumann, Ltd.
Wow Jocated m the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the .
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agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
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Bismark Stable Company, Ltd
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Rigs, New Teams, New Magaoement.
The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run I
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
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