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entire family throughout the year
It educates the children bvmnkln"
them apprcciativo of tro best music.
It allows ono to cniov and studv
music without studying and acquirin
technique. To all it opens up the
musical literature of the writ
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Box 57UJ HoKoutit;;
E. M. Webster unci wife left Knhu
lul Inst Saturday toinake their future
home in China.
W. 13. Shaw of Hnna was in town
last Saturday, leaving on . the Clau-
dine for Honolulu.
Mr. Fuller of tho Honolulu Iron
Works was on Maul this week in the
interests of his firm.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cornwoll. Jr
are now making their homo at tho old
homestead at Waikapu.
Mrs. E. M. Nakuina camo to La-
lialna this week to assist the govern
mcnt in tho water contest.
Mrs. C. II. Dickey and Mrs. S. T,
Alexander came over on theClaudine
to spend some time on Maui.
C. F. Hcrrick of the Gus. Schumann
Co., Ltd., came to Maui on Vednes-
day to look after trade in his line
Attorney D. H. Case of Wailuku
was in Lahaina the latter- part of
this week on professional business.
C. Heclemon of the Honolulu Iron
Works and E. M. Welsh of Oakland.
came to Maui by lust Friday night'
Herbert Aenclall, the Hilo con
tractor, cajno over on Thursdav
night's Kinau to look up , Maui con
Contractor Jordan took a run to
Honolulu by Saturday afternoan's
Claudine returning by the samo boat
Cashier C. TJ. Lufkin ot tho First
National Bank of Wailuku was a vis
itor to Honolulu on Saturday, return
ing on Wednesday.
Deputy Attorney-General N. W,
Aluii came to Lahaina on Tuesday to
represent the government in the
pending water controversy.
Dr. P. F. Frear, the Honolulu Den
tist, will pay a professional visit t
Maui about the middle of this month
to remain for a weekar two.
Dr. Albert J. Derby, the Honolulu
dentist, spent tho latter part of this
week in Lahaina. and will be in Wai
luku next Tuesday on professional
John Fcrreira has resigned his pos
ition as manager of tho Bismark Sta
bles Co. aud Manuel Faustiuo sue
.ceedshim. A. G. Dickins will super
viso affairs while Mr. W. T. Robinson
is absent on the Coast.
Mr. Boardman, a teacher from Cal
ifornia, now stationed on Lanai, took
part in the services at the Wainee
Church last Sunday,
In about two weeks a Japanese
school will be opened at Kaanapali.
Mr. Muramatsu is coming to take
charge. There will bo at least 50
Mr. and Mrs. Storm, formerly of
Lahaina, had a very pleasant trip to
Manila, They stopped over iti Japan
two weeks, and visited Hongkong.
Mr. Storm has secured a flood position
on an electric road.
Mr. O'Shaughnessy has returned
from the coast.
At the Waineo Church, a number
of meetings have been held this week,
by tho Sunday School Association, tho
society of Christian Endeavor, and
tho Maui, Molokai and Lanai Presby
tery or Association of Churches. The
Row Messrs. O. P. Emerson, Kapu,
Timoteo, aud several other pastors
Rev. O. P. Emerson has removed
from Honolulu to Makawco. Mrs.
Emerson is expected from Honolulu
next week. It is probablo that Mr.
and Mrs. Emersou will eventually es
tablish their homo at Wailuku,
Judge Noa Kahokuoluna of Paia is
ono of tlio delegates attoudiii" tho
The now cottasro at Lahainaluim is
Whooping cough is provalent amoncr
tho child rep. i
Mrs. Kenning camo from Honolulu
soon after tho fire, and has been ar
ranging tho furniture which was
hastily removed from tho burning
Seattle, May 4.Tlie cruiser Ta
coma will sail for Honolulu today.
Thero is a strong certainty that
Hills big steamers, the Dakola and
Minnesota which have been built for
tho Oriental trudo will make Hono
lulu a port of call.
It was the original intention to run
tho boats from Seattle to Yokohama,
but it is now stated that Manila will
be included in tho servico when the
coastwise shipping laws are extend
ed to the Philippines. Hill lias prom
iscd n rate of eight dollars per ton
from the Atlantic coast to the Philip
pines, and the rate if the steamers
call here will probably bo correspond
ingly low. Advertiser.
Tho steamer "Likelikn" will sail
from Honolulu on Mondays at u p. m
for-Kaunukakai, Lahaina, Kaanapali,
Kamalo, Pukoo, Hulawa, Wailau,
Pelekunu and Kulaupaoa. Return
ing will arrivo at Honolulu on Tues
Sailing from Honolulu every Wed
nesday at ft p. m. will touch at Houo-
lua. Kaanapali. Lahaina. Olowalu.
Kihei, Manele, Kcawakapu. Return
ing will touch at Lahaina. Pukoo.
Kamalo and Kaunakakai; arriving at
Honolulu on Friday nights.
The steamer Kinau left Hilo on
Thursday instead of Friday and there
fore touched all her way ports a dav
ahead of her usual schedule time on
her return trip. The change was
made to givo time to place the
steamer on tho marine railway for an
overhauling on her return to Hono
Owing to the uncertain depth of tho
harbor at various points, and to the
fact that the New Pacific Mail steam-
or Mongolia ma be .loaded to over
thirty feet, tho big vessel may not be
able to enter tho bar bor.Thcro is room
for the giant liner if she draws no
moro thau 21) feet G inches, hut she is
liable to be loaded deep with freight
for the Orient. Advertiser.
For the first time in the history -of
tho Woodbury's running to Uiloshe
met a gale of wind which very mate
rially hindered her progress. She left
Honolulu April 20, struck a gale in
the Hawaii channel which carried
away her jib boom and two jibs. Sail
ing before the wuid the reraainiug
sails were stripped and for five hours
the Woodbury sailed at tho rate of
six miles an hour under bare poles.
Capt. Harris says ho was for four
days out of sight of laud and was 80
miles from tho island coast. Ho says
the Woodbury behaved magnificently.
She left for Honolulu on Thursday at
1 p. m. Hilo Tribune.
Vessels in PoptKaliului
May 2, S. S. California!!, Barron,
from Honolulu, 72 bbls. oil.
May -1, S. S. Claudine, Parker
May 7, S. S. Claudine,- Parker
May 3, S. S. California!!, Barron
for ISow York via Hilo; 1,000 tons
May 4, Am. Sch. A. G. Ropes, Riv
eas, for New York, G0.800 bag
May 4, S. S. Claudine, Parker
May 7, S. S. Claudino. Parker
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PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
whoso policies provide .for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may bo
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Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed paid up in.
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CLINTON J. HUTOHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor, of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
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Judge Kepolkal QualiJicd.
On Thursday, Judgo Kepoikai re.
ceived the following cablo from At.
tornoy. General Knox at Washington:
"Department desires that you'
qualify at oneo under your appoint
ment as Judge."
Consequently Judge KenolkalnuM.
ified at once, Circuit Clerk Coollm ml.
ministoring tho oath, aud will linmn.
dlately occupy his seat as judge. It
is possible however that Judge Kepol
kal may liavo to go to Honolulu todsiv.
if word to that effect is sent by wire
DATE NAME FROM
May 3 Gaelic S. F.
" 4 Miowera Colonies
" 7 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 7 Novadan S. F.
" 7 Doric Yokohama
' 10 Sonoma Colonics
" 11 Sierra. . s. F.
" 14 Mongolia s. F.
" 20 Alameda S. F.
" 21 Siberia Yokokama
" 2GChiua s F
31 Ventura Colonies
3 Gaelic Yokohama
4 Alameda -. s. F.
4 Miowora Victoria, B.C.
7 Aorangi Colonies
7 Doric s. F.
8 Nevadnn S. F.
10 Sonoma , 3. p.
11 Sierra Colonies
14 Mongolia Yokohama
21 Siberia s
25 Alameda ; s
2(i Cl'i'ia Yokohama
31.Veutura s. F.
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