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The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entlro family throughout tho year,
It educates the children by making
them appreciative of tbo best music,
It allows one to enjoy and study
music without s tudying and acquiring
technique. To all it opens up the
musical literature of tho world.
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t Bokl676tr l . . .HbHbuiKr,
Manager O. D. Wells visited Hono
lulu by last Saturday's steamer.
Hon. S. E. Kulama, wife and child
returned from Honolulu on Wednes
Attorney Jas. 1. Coko visited La
haina on Wednesday, on official busi
ness. A. Toellner, the now deputy post
master at Puuene arrived by Wednes
Judgo Kalua has opened an office
and engaged in the active practice of
law at Lahaina.
Dr. John Weddick left for Honolulu
by Saturday's Claudlne returning on
Mr. George B. Shrader will succeed
Mr. Jos. Schulmcister as leader of the
Wailuku brass band.
Attorney D. H. Case of Wailuku
has been in Lahaina all this week on
Judge Kepoikai's qualification was
pronounced regular, and he has taken
his scat on tho woolsack.
J. T. Crawley of the Honolulu
Fertilizer Co. was on Maui this week,
arriving on tho Claudine.
Hon.H.P. Balwin left for Honolulu
by last week's Kinau, and returns
homo by next Tuesday's boat.
Attorney-General Lorrin Andrews
and Chas. Chilhngworth booked for
Maui on Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. W. E. Shaw, formorlyofHana
but now residing in Honolulu is visit
ing old friends on Maui tnis week.
Contractor Jordan was a passenger
to Honolulu on Saturday's Claudine,
eturning on Wednesday this week,
Harold Hayselden of the David
Lawrence cigar house, Honolulu, is
restocking his Mai customers this
Rev. E. W. Thwing, who has been
visiting the Chinese and Japanese
churches on Maui, left for Honolulu
Capt. Evans of tho Olympic, at
Kaanapah accompanied by Mr. A
Alberg of Lahaina drove over to Wai
luku on Thursday.
Mr. J. J. Walsh and family bade
goodby to their Maui friends on Satur
day and left on, the Claudine for their
new. home in China.
George Roenitz, formerly of H,
Hackfeld & Co.. hut now in tho cus
toras service is spending a couple of
week s holiday on Maui.
Deputy High Sheriff Charles Chll
jngworth, a Maui boy, was in Wailuku
on Wednesday and received a warm
'welcome from his old townies.
tieroert Kendall, the. Hilo con
tractor left for Honolulu Saturday,
and will put in a bid for the construe
lion of the Makawao schoolhouse,
William Bellina of the Club Stables
Honolulu, came on Wednesday, and
goes to the Coast by today's Neva
dan, to buy stock for his stables.
Mrs. Shearer and Mrs. Worthing,
ton the guests ot Mr, and Mrs. G-. B
Robertson of Wailuku are booked to
leave Honolulu for the coast, May 25,
Two passengers, Mrs. F. Wr. Beard
siee ana wm. jbeuina came over on
Thursday's Likelike to take tho No
vadau for tho Coast, this afternoon
Deputy Attorney General N. W
Aluli, who is conducting the Lahaina
water contest on the part of the
government, spent Sunday in Wailu
Mr. Jos. Schulmelster, former su
gar boiler at tho WailukU Mill; left
with his wife for Walana'e, Oahu, las
Saturday, to accept a better posl
Governor Carter who has beon on
Kauai this week having tho time of
his life, returned to Honolulu from
Kauai on Tuesday's Hall, and leaves
for the coast May 21.
Mrs. Porleus, who with her hus
band visited Wailuku three years ago.
and afterwards sailed for Japan. re
turned to Wailuku last week to pay
a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. D,
U. S. Marshall E. R. Hendry ar
rived on Wednesday's Claudine to
serve papers in tho case of tfashino
ki, an involuntary insolvent at Wai
luku, returning to Honolulu on tho
; Likelike yestorday.
; Dr. Albert Derby, tho well ktfown
Honolulu dentist,- who has spent this
week In Lahaina will comti over to
'Wailuku tomorrow afternoon and on
Monday morning and thereafter can
be found at tho Maui Hotel', by those
Washington, May 10. Admiral
Cooper has been ordered to detach
one cruiser and a junboat from the
Asiatic squadron and send them to
Chefoo. From Chefoo the vessels will
probably be ordered to proceed to
Nowchwang for the protection of the
American resident there.
St. Thomas, Danish West Indies,
May 10. Four warships have sailed
from this port for Hnyti, where a
fresh revolutionary movement has
The bell-buoy olf tho Waikikl en
trance to tho channel got loose on Sun
day and was picked up and towed in
to the harbor yesterday by direction
of Captain Nlblack, tho lighthouse in
spector. Tho buoy is now moored
aloneside Naval Dock No. 2.- It will
be replaced shortly. Advertiser.
Admiral Terry tho commandant of
the Naval Station expects the cruiser
New York and gunboat Bennington
to arrive hero tomorrow from Pana
ma iney are unoer communu oi
m. 1 - 1 f
Admiral Glass. The time of their
stay in port is not known but thoy
will bo in Honolulu lone enough to
coal and perhaps give tho officers and
men a chauce to get shore liberty,
Tho cruiser Albany and the gunboats
Vicksbury and Annapolis will touch at
Honolulu the latter part of tho month
en route to Maro Island from the
Asiatic Station, to go out of commis
sion. Their time oi uepanuru is
not known, but is believed to bo some
timo this week. Admiral Terry has
received notification of the intended
departure of the vessels for the home
port. Thev will take on coal at this
The bark Olympic, Evans, which
has been loading sugar atKaanapali,
leaves tomorrow with 38,000 bags,
for San Francisco.
Tho Novadati leaves Kahulul this
a m t
evening about 7 ociock, tor Dan
Tho big steamship Mongolia was
due to arrive In Honolulu yesterday
Two hundred cases of pineapples
formed part of the shipments sent
from Honolulu to San Francisco a
board tho Oceanic steamship Sonoma
yesterday. This is one of the largest
shipmonts of pineapples made and is
a test todotermiue whether or not it
will prove profitable. There were
also 4,000 bunches of bananas and
5,000 bags of sugar in tho cargo.
Admiral Glass squadron comprising
lhe New York and Bennington reach
ed Houolulu from Acapulcoon Tues
Vessels In Port -Kahulul
May 9, S. S. Nevadan, Green, from
May 11, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May 14, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
May 11, S. S. Claudlne, Parker;
May 14, S. S. Nevadan, Green, for
S. F., sugar.
May 14, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
May 3 Gaelic S. F.
" 4 Miowera ..Colonies
" 7 Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
" 7 Nevadan S. F.
" 7 Doric Yokohama
' 10 Sonoma Colonics
" 11 Sierra S. F,
" 14 Mongolia S. F,
" 20 Alameda S. F,
" 21 Siberia Yokokama
" 2G China Si F,
" 31 Ventura Colonies
3 Gaelic. ... .Yokohama
4 Alameda ,S. F,
4 Mlowora Victoria, B.C,
7 Aorangi Colonies
7 Doric S. F,
8 Nevadan S. F,
10 Sonoma S. F,
11 Sierrd...'. Colonies
14 Mongolia Yokohama
21 Siberia...: -. S. F,
25 Alameda S. F,
20 China Yokohama
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