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The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire family throughout the year.
It educates the children by making
them appreciative of tbo best music.
It allows ouo to enjoy and- study
music without studying and acquiring
technique. To all it' opens up the
musical literature of tho world.
The metroslylo is thq" latest de
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David Kekuewa catches for the
Judge Kuhaulelio of Lahaina visit
ed Honolulu by last Saturday's
Hugh Howoll of Hana was cm board
last Saturday's Cltiudine. bound for
James A. Kennedy of tho 1. 1. S. Co.
spent Saturday on Maui, leaving on
Rov. S. Kapu of Lahaina leaves for
Honolulu today as delegate to the re
Attorney John Richardson of Lahai
na was in Walluku on prolesnioual
business on Tuesday.
A. J. Campbell of Honolulu has
been appointed Territorial Treasurer
to succeed A. N. Kepoikai.
Miss Rose Davisou of tho Depart
mcntof Public Instruction left Lahai
na for Honolulu last Saturday.
Mr. J. R. Dagget of San Fruncisco,
who has spent several weeks on Maui,
left for Honolulu last Saturday.
J. I. Gilmatlj'rcpresenting tlie Elgin
Jewelry Co. finished his work on Maui
last week, leaving on Saturday.
Mr. D. C. Heger representing a
San Francisco underwear house is
taking orders on Maui this week.
A. L. Gutterson of San Francisco
arrived ftom Kona to spend some
time for health and pleasure on Maui.
Percy Buzzell, general manager of
the Singer Sewing Machine Manufact
nrmg Co. for tho Islands, is on Maui
Sheriff Baldwin spent a portion of
lust week and the early part of this
week m Lahaina, readjusting the po
Delegates Robinson, Bal and Case
lsave for Honolulu today, to attend
the republican convention in Hono
lulu on Monday.
A. S. Prescottof Henry May & Co.,
Honolulu has been selected to suc
ceed J. J. Walsh as bookkeeper at
the Kahului Store.
George O. Cooper of Hana is a pas
senger by today's Claudine to Hono
lulu as delegate from Hana to the
Attorney James L. Coke left for
Honolulu on Thursday night, to test
ify in the Young Nap case which
camo up yesterday morning.
Messrs G. Mcintosh and P. O'Brien
returned from Lahaina on Sunday
and have spent tho week on central
Maui handlirg imported cloths.
Architect Newcomb of Honolulu
was in Wailuku last Saturday inspect
ing tho work on the ntw schoolhouse,
leaving by the afternoon's boat for
Superintendent R. W. Filler of the
Kahului R. R. Co. paid a flying visit
to Kona on last Friday night's Mauna
Loa, returning by the samo boat on
Thursday night of this week.
H. R. Hudson arrived by Friday's
Mauna Loa to take tho position of
postmaster at Kahului. Mr. Hudson
is a baseball enthusiast and will prove
an acquisition to the Kahului team.
Deputy Sheriff C. R. Lindsey, Capt
ain of Police Wm. Keanu and Jailor
Kahuakal of Lahaina have resigned,
and their places will probably be
filled by R. P. Hose, G. K. Keaweha
ku and John Rickard.
E. J. Benjamin and H. G. Danford
of Grlnbaum & Co., Honolulu, were
passengers from Hana on last .Sat
urday's Claudine, stopping off at "Wai
luku to spend tho day. Mr. Ben
jamin sails for tho coast on the
Mr. George R. Field of the Risdon
Iron Works, San Francisco,accompa
nied by Mr.Gage and Mr.Snyder.was
in Walluku this week looking over
tho proposition of a now sugar mill
for the Wailuku Sugar Co. On Thurs
day lio visited the big mill at Puune
ue, leaving the samo evening for Hon
olulu. Police Officer J. P. Dias of Hono
lulu, who was arrested last week at
Wailuku on the charge of child steal
ing, was tried and acquitted this
week, on the ground that there was
no criminal intent. As this whole
matter is purely a private and family
affair, tho News, according to its
usual policy,gives no furthor facts in
ROGERS BROWN At Wailuku,
v Maui, April 0, 1901, by Rev. Eathor
Julian, Mr.'E. H. Rogers to Miss
B.'rlin, April 12. Russia continues
her purchases of German ocean hiiors,
and will form a flying squadron of
Niuchwang, Manchuria, April 11.
Russian gunners in the forts at. this
port today fired on the pilot-bouts of
merchant ships by mistake. Two
Chltieso were killed
Tokio, April 11. It Is believed that
the Russian Bnltic fleet will not at
tempt to roach the cast.
Washington, April 9. The House
has passed tho Philippine Shipping
Victoria, Apl. 8. Wreckage found in
Berchiy Sound indicates the destruc
tion of the ship Lamorna, running
between Puget Sound a.nd Queens
town, with a loss of thirty lives.
The returning officers report that
the Hongkong Maru is now known as
the Hongkong Maru Kan; and the
Nippon Maru as the Nippon Maru
Kan. the addition to the names sig
nifying that they are now men-of-war.
Both have been fitted with guns on
deck, both have had all the cabins and
woodwork on the main deck between
the purses'- rooms .and the chief
engineers' rooms removed to make
room for hammocks, and both of the
liners are to be used as dispatch boats
by the Japanese navy. They are to
bo fitted with torpedo tubes. Shang
A Washington dispatch reports the
departure of the Pacific squadron for
Panama, from which place it will sail
to Honolulu. Tho dispatch says:
Tho Navy Department had a tele
gram today from Rear Admiral Glass
reporting the departure from Callao
for Panama of the Pacific squadron,
consisting of tho armored cruiser
New York, the cruiser doston and
tho gunboats Bennington arid Con
cord. The squadron went to Callao
to give the officers and men a chance
for re-creation ashore after their try
ing duties in Isthmian waters. It is
supposed that the presence of the
plague at Callao caused the depart
ure of the vessels. Advertiser.
Vessels in PortKohulul
Am Sch. A. G. Ropes, Riveas, from
Japan to load sugar for New York.
April 12, Am. Sch. A. G. Ropes,
Riveas, from Japan in ballast.
Apr. 13, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
April 1G, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
April J5, S. S. Novadan, Greene,
for S, F. sugar.
Apr. 13, S. S. Claudine Parker,
April 10, S. S. Cldudino, Par ker,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Apl. G Novadan S. F.
. " G Aorangi Colonies
" 8 Alameda S. F.
!'' 9 Coptic S.F.
" 9 Gaelic Yokohama
" 9 Moana Victoria, B. C.
" 19 Sierra Colonies
" 20 Ventura S. F.
" 23 Korea '. S. F.
" 2G China Yokohama
" 29 Alameda.... S. F,
Apl, G Aorangi Victoria, B. C,
" 7 Novadan S, F,
" 9 Coptic Yokohama
" 9 Gaelic . S. F.
" 9 Moana. . , Colonies
" 13 Alameda S. F.
" 19 Sierra S. F.
" 2 0 Ventura Colon ies
" 23 Korea ..Yokohama
" 2G China S. F.
Dead Horse Sale.
Notice is hereby given that tho fol
lowing named, marked and described
parcels will be sold at public auction
at Kahului, Maui April 23, 1904, at
4.30 o'clock P. M., for freight and
storage dues, if not called for by own
ors beforo date of sale.
Ozak', 1 basket) Diamond U. 1 box
oil; Mary Rodrigues, 1 bale lauhala
T Yauaga, 1 box, 1 tin; Diamond P,
box;Kpkea School, 1 p'kgo maps;
Diamond S, 1 box; no mark, 2 trunks
clothes, 1 box, 2 baskots; 1 sailor's
bag clothes 1 , :
Burt's Bagasse Furnace"
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