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The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire family throughout tho year.
It educates tho children bymakin
them appreciative of tro best music,
It allows ono to enjoy and study
music without studying and acquirln,
technique. To all it opens up tho
musical literature of the world.
Tho metroslylo is the latest do
volopinent of tho Pianola and has giv
en it pofectio.i.
iVhon in Honolulu call aud hear
this wonderful instrument.
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Bergstrottp Music Co
Mr. A. Enos, Jr. leaves ton Hono
lulu this afternoon.
Attorney J. L. Coko returned, from
Honolulu by Tuesday's Mauna Loa.
Delegates Case, Bal and Robinson
returned from Honolulu on Wednes
Carl Dunkhnsc, salesman for Hack-
feld & Co. camo over on Wednesday's
T. W. Duncan formerly of tho Kn-
hului postoffico left for Honolulu on
T. B. Lyons was .i visitor to Hono
lulu ltistweck, returning on Tuesday s
Hon. S. E. Kcliinoi returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday. Got on to
Manager J. R. Meyers of, Huelo re
turned from Honolulu by Tuesday
C. Kaiser of Hyman Bros, came
ovor by the Ivinau and' spent the
,veek with tho Maui trade.
R. C, Searle of Honolua was a visit
or to Honolulu on Saturday's Clau-
dine, returning on Wednesday.
Deputy Sheriff R. P. Hose of La-
haina took a run over to Honolulu on
Saturday, returning on Wednesday.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai and family
arrived by Wednesday's Claudine, to
make their permanent home in Wal
E. C. Brown of the Dearborn
Manufacturing Co. is selling lubri
nnnts to the mill men on warn ims
Mrs. Dora von Tempsky and Mrs
. -rt ll lfl tTnnnlllTlt laCt
Saturday, and will go on to the coast
for a visit.
Mortimer Mack of tho Hawaiian
Really Syndicate, Honolulu, has spent
the week on Maui taking write ups
tor his company.
Mr. Frank Baldwin and family
reached Honolulu yesterday morniug
nn the Ventura, and will come over
to Maui on Wednesday.
Judge Kepoikai has not yet select
ed the clerk of his Court,iand may
refer the matter to tho Republican
Central Committee of Maui.
Manager A. Gross of Kipahulu
camo over on last Saturday's Claudine
and spent several days on central
Maui, returning to Kipahulu on Wed
Judge J. L. Kaulukouand Attorney
D. H. Case of Wailuku went to La
haina on Wednesday in connection
with the water controversy in Ka-
naha Valley on Thursday.
C. E. Eakiu of tho Gunst-Eakiu
Cigar, Co., Honolulu, arrived by Wed
nesday's Claudine, to introduce some
of the popular brands of cigars which
his firm handles. He leaves Lahaina
for Honolulu tonight.
F. Wissbrun, representing a ma
chinerv manufacturing house at
Nancy, France, is visiting the Islands,
while en route from the orient to tho
States, and has spent this week on
Central Maui, inspecting our sugar
Quincy, Mass., April If). Twenty-.
Iivo hundred men employed in a ship
yard hea r hero havo struck, thus
stopping work on tho battleships
Rhode Island, New Jersey, Vermont
Shanghai, April 19. Forty Japan
ese trnnspo rts havo landed a portion
of an army atTakushan. The others
will embark at Yongntnpho to force
Washington, D, C, April 18. The
Hotie today adopted tho conference
report on the! Fortifications bill which
carries an appropriation for the pur
chase of sites tor tho defence of Ha
Cavite, P. I., April 14. Tho United
States cruiser Buffalo with its tor
pedo flotilla arrived today, having
completed one of tho longest torpedo-
boat on record. Tho Buffalo' and its
convoy left the .West Indies some
months ago, coming ncross tho At
lantic to tho Azores, thence by way
of Suez Canal.
Superintendent of Public Works
Holloway is preparing for Captain
Niblack, Lighthouse Inspector for
this district, an itemized statement
of the expenditures for lighthouses in
the Territory since annexation. The
figures aro being prepared at tho re
quest of Delegate Kuhio. Tho Dele
gate has written Governor Carter
that thero is no chanco for getting
tho appropriation through Congress
at this session. He expects however
to get tho matter in such shape that
when Congress next meets a recom
mendation for the appropriation will
bo made by tho Secretary of the
Changes in tho schedule of the move
ments of American-Hawaiian steam
ships aro as follows: ThoS. S. Hawai
lan is to sail from Now York about
May 10; S. S. Californian from San
Francisco April 21: S. S. Nevadan
from San Francisco April 29; S. S
Nevadan from Honolulu to San Fran
Cisco (via lvanuiuii, may a: t. t.
Alaskan from Seattle aud Tacorna
about May 3 Advertiser.
No vessels aro believed to be ob
tainable in Oriental waters to replace
the Nippon and Hongkong Ma'ru, aud
tho two new vessels will doubtless be
brought around from tho Atlantic
ocean, uaptain u reene of the Amor
ica Maru believes this will be effected
Miss Edith Lewthw.aito, a music
teacher from Oakland, Cal., has lo
cated iii Waiiuku, to give, music les
sons on tho piano. Miss Lewthwaitc
is an accomplished musician and
charming lady, and will bo a decided
acquisition to the social and artistic
circles of Wailuku.
Governor Carter, Delegate Kuhio
Wm. Hoogs and A. G. M. Robertson
of Honolulu, W. T. Robinson of Wal
luku and E. A. Knudsen of'Kauai are
tho delegates to tho Chicago Con
vention, with Desha, Breckons, Na
hale, L, McCandlass, C. H. Dickey
and H. H. Brodio as alternates.
Little Frank Rodrigues, tho seven
year old son of tho late A. J. Rodri
gues was instantly killed on Thursday
eveuing at about six o'clock, at tho
grounds of tho new schpolhouse. Tho
accident was caused by somo planks
from tho top of a lumber pile about
which ho and somo other little boy
were playing falling on him and in
stantly breaking his r.eck. Mr. Jor
dan, tho contractor, and Mr. .Tohu
Kinney had twico sent tho boys away
but thoy returned after all tho work
mon had gono home, consequently no
ono was present who can give an in
teliigent account of just how tho ac
cident happened. i
The deepest sympathy is elt by tho
community tor the lamuy pi tuo tie
Hokox.tvW .Lceagedtln-thelr.new affllotlon;
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THE VON HAMM-YOUNfi CO., TD, A
Vessels in Poi,t--KahuluI
Am Sch. A. G. Ropes, Riveas, from
Japan to load sugar for New York.
Apr. 20, S. S. Claudine,.(Parker,
April 23, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Apr. 20, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
April 23, S. S. Claudino, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
G Nevadan 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 i...S. F.
G Aorangi Victoria, B. C
7 Nevadan S. F.
9 Coptic Yokohama
9 Gaelic S. F,
9 Moana. , . Colonies
13 Alameda S. F,
19 Sierra S. F,
20 Ventura Colonics
23 Korea Yokohama
2G Chlua S. F,
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Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowiug named, marked and described
parcels will be sold at public auction
at Ivahului, Maui April 23, 1901, at
4.30 o'clock P. M.. for freight and
storage dues, if not called for by owu
crs before date of sale.
Ozakl, 1 basket; Diamonc'l.U. 1 box
oil; Mary Rodrigues, 1-bale lauhala
T' Yanaga, 1 box, 1 tiu; Diamond P
box; KCKca bchool, i p l:go maps
Diamond S, 1 box; no mark, 2 trunks
clothes, 1 box, 2 baskets; 1 sailor'
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surance, and guaranteed cash surreuder values.
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