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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, February 06, 1904, Image 4',
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Some people like serious uiuaie,
siiint prefer it otherwise.
If you like good, lively, frUky
ragtime, wiili u pink v-punky. poo
-Ugi'S'iun of a bij uceonipuiii-
irieut, the Crown piano, with Imu
jo, harp and uiuudoiiu elleols, is
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It is a good, sound, sensible
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O. It. Atwuodof HolTschlngor&Co.
is expected on Maui today.
Court Clerk Coelho was a visitor to
Honolulu by last Saturday's Claudinu.
John Gatnaiu, formerly with A.
Enos is now manager of the lao
Attorney James L. Coke was called
over to Laliulna yesterday on pro
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. JJraymcr visit
ed Wailuku last Saturday, leaving the
same day for Honolulu.
U. S. Marshal E, II . Hendry left
for Uie orient by Saturday's America
Marti, in quest of Adachi.
A. Gomez, A. E. Carter and wife
and A. B. Slabell were booked for
Maui on Wednesday's boa.t.
I Attorney'Joh'n Richardson of Lahai-
ua was in Wailuku several days this
week, on professl6ridl business.
Mrs. F. F. Baldwin aud child will
leave for the coast via Honolulu to
day fur a visit of some months.
Manager James Kirkland of the
Kahului Store returned from Hono
lulu on Wednesday morning's Maui.
Mr. D. Forbes of Kuhuihaele, Ha
waii, came over on Mouday -.night's
Mauua Loa and spent severaldnys on
Maui Una week.
i The Carmen brothers will havo
'chaigo of the gativn jelly factory at
Kahului, where none but white labor
will be employed.
V. A. Vetlesen of the Post Office
store received a lot of interesting
'reading nia.tter this week. Call and
look over his stock.
Governor Carter and, party are
still on Hawaii and will probably pro
ceed directly to Honolulu on their
return, visiting Maui later.
I Geueral Passenger and Freight
Agent Wellerof the Knhului.R. R. Co.
take a run over to Honolulu today,
to sec friends off to the coast.
F. H. Jordan of Honolulu was the
lowest bidder for the construction of
the Wailuku Schoolhouse, and will
doubtless bo awaided the contract.
Mr. T. W. Duncan, formerly on the
Examiner stall came over on last
Wednesday to accept the position of
stenographer for the Kahului R. R,
H. T. Haysclden of the David Law
rence Tobacco Co. arrived from Hiv
waii by lust night's Kinau, and will
probably remain on Maui for a week
or ten days.
Mr. George Castlo and Mr. J,
Spindle who spent some days as
guests at the Maui Hotel, Wailuku,
left for Hawaii by last Tuesday
night s iwnau.
Treasurer A N. Kepoikai stopped
off at Wailuk u last Saturday morn
ing on his return from Hawaii, .'leav
ing for Honolulu the same afternoon,
accompauied by his wife.
George Copp of Makawaohas been
appointed Deputy Assessor of Maki.
Wao District to succeed V. O. Aiken,
who resigned to accept the position of
Custv-j-'b Inspector at Kauulul.
Mrs. S. T. Alexander, Miss Anna
Alexander, Miss Edna Wemplo and
Hon. G. V. Dickey urrived llotn ila
waii by last Friday night's Kiuau, and
have spent this week up country
Mrs. G. B. Robertson resumed
active management uf the Maui Hotel
Tuesday morning, aud the former
manager left the fame day for Kahu
lui loet a job "hiking" sugar sacks,
Mr. M. M. O'Shaughnessy Super
intendent of work on the new big'ditch
came overland to Wailuku on Tues
day, and reports rapid progress ou
the tunuvls. EI e leaves for Honolulu
Miss Liztfc Cockett of Waikapu
went to Honolulu by,Monday's Muutin
Loa to attend the death bed of her
sister, Mrs. Dauiel Vida, She re
turned last right, accompanied by
tl e rurrains which will beiniern-d qu
Police Officer William Morris of
Llmaina was on trial yesterday bo
foro the District Court at I uhuinaon
the charge of a dastardly outrage
against n girl fifteen years old. Sheriff
Baldwin of Wailuku went over to
assist in the prosecution.
C. H. Brown, more familiarly
known ns ''Klondike" Brown, came
over on Wednesday's Maui ou gov
ernment business, his mission bein
to L'ather un and take back to Hon
olulu the coi'nty books and supplies
furnished by theTerritory to the late,
lamented Maui County,
' SHIPPING NEWS.
Ollice Asst. Light-Houso Inspector,
Honolulu, T. ii. February, 2, 1904.
Notict. to Mauinehs Honolulu
HAIUlOll -I8LAND OF OAllU.
Notice is hereby given that, owing
to tho dredging operations now in
progress in Honolulu HAunon. the
Mil) Channel Buov, nun, marking
,thc fairway entrance to Honolulu
HarhoK, T. H., will thi3 day be re
moved, It will bo replaced at the
earliest date practicable.
By order of the Light-House Board,
A. P. NIBLACK, .
Licut.-Commmandcr, U. S. A.,
Assistant, Inspector, 12,'tli Light-
The old btirk. Alden Besso which left
this port with a cargo of sugar about
a week ago.v returned in distress yes
terday. The vesseHwas leaking badly
and her commander,. Captain Kiessel,
had considered ic wiser to return to
port for repairs than to proceed on
the voyage unci run the risk of losing
his vessel or of arriving at. San Fran
cisco with his cargo damaged' by
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Nrbrnskan, Captain Weeden, was
ready la to yesterday afternoon tosail
on her long trip of 13,000 miles for
Now York, using oil ns fuel instead
of coal. There is little doubt in the
minds of the American-Hawaiian
officials as to the successful outcome
of the Nebraskan's trip, which is lool
ed upon as the forerunner of regular
voyages between this port and New
York by large oil-burning steamers.
She will not make a stop atintcrven
fiiir ports. Chronicle.
The officers of the America Mam
state that the passenger bookings on
tho Korea are exceptionally large,
Tho America Maru carried but a
small passenger list owing to the call
ing off the vessel by the Japanese gov
ernment, and intending passencers
by the American .Maru who could de
lay their voyage, did so until the sail
ing of the Korea. Advertiser.
San Francisco, Jan. 23. The
French bark Paris was quoted for ro
insurance yesterday at 90 per cent
not, tho highest ratoofforedsir.ee the
lost German shio H. F. Glado figured
on the overdue list.
Washington, Feb. 2. The- Europ
ean squadron has been ordered to
Cule"bra for maneuvers. Culcbra is
a small island at the eastern end of
Tho Kinau is laid off for repairs
this week, and the daudirie has tivken
tho Kir.au's run. The Maui has tnk-
thn Clnudine's run. nnd did im't roach
Kahului till rine o'clock' on Wednes
Veesels in Popt--KahuIul
Am. Sch. Rosamond, Fernald, from
Fob. 3, S. S. Maui, Bonnet, from
Feb. C, S. S. Maui, Bcnnot, from
Fob. 3, Am. Sch. Mahukona, Mars-
tors, for S. F.
Feb 3, S. S. Maui, Bennett, for
Feb. fl, S. S. Novndan, Green, for
S. P., 8,000 tons sugar.
Feb. li, S. S. Maui, Bennett; for
Oceanic Time Table,
DATE NAME . FBOM
Feb. 1 America Maru S. F,
" 5 Alameda S, F,
" 8 Korea.., S. F,
" 9 China Yokohama
" 13 Aorangi . . ..Victoria; B. O.
" 1G Sieria Colonics
" 17 Ventura S. F,
" 17 Gaelic 1 S. 1
" 19 Doric Yokohama
" Wrmrrlj-rmr. M...n C 171
" 26 Alamedu S. F.
2li Nevadan ,...S. F.
" 27 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
Feb. 1 American Maru... Yokohama
" 2 Nevadan .S. P.
. " 8 Korea '.'.Yokohama
" 9 China l ,.S. P.
" 10 Alameda S. F.
" 13 Aorungl Colonies
" 1G Sierra S. P.
" 17 Ventura Colonies
" 17 Gaelic Yokohama
" 19 Doric '.S.P.,
" 24 Hongkoug Maru.. Yokohama
" 27 Nippon Maru S. P.
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