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Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
V?. F, Poguo of Kallim wns a visitor to Pol
I on Thursday.
Cbnrlcs Wilcox otKlbel vns a visitor Id Wat.
lliliu on Tuesday.
night's Mounu oa,
1 1 Mr. Ernest A. Campbell goes to Puuticno this
lccU as assistant rostmostcr.
Attornoy Enos Vincent of Pula returned from
a visit to Honolulu on Wodnosdny.
' II. O. Danford and It. M. Overend wero booked
on Tuesday's Claudtno. for Kahului.
Andrew Adams, manager of Kahuliu Planta
tion, Oahu, Is visiting Maul this week.
Governor Career and family wero duo to arrlvo
In Honolulu last nght or this morning on the
S. S. China.
Matt. McCann and C.T, Tettlatt of Labatna
drovo over to Watluku as Saturday, rotnrn
Ing on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Scott of Wolluliu, who
vlalmit tlnnftlnln nn Qntnrriftv. rntlirnnrl nn W.1
ncsday of this wcok.
"lJllly" Green, tbo popular travelling nan for
M. Pbllllps & Co., Honolulu, Is visiting Maui
'customers this week.
1 T 1-1 ... nit. .1 .,nntTl1 wt.nl.nnK
t 110 V. If. Ui UU OH I U UUU WilU Ul J14lUt HUVfllU
teen visiting on Maul for several weeks, roturn
fed borne by Tuesday's Klnau.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mayfleld of Puunene aO'
companlod by Miss Jcrmatnof Seattle returned
from Honolulu on, Wednesday.
Mr. M. 0. Santos of Hllo arrived by Saturday
morning's Klnau, to tako up mission work In
I thoPala and Mnkawnq District.
Principal E. S. Capollas of tho Ualialau school.
Hawaii, who has been spending his vacation on
TMaul, loaves for Hawaii noxt Tuesday.
E. P. Chauln of Honolulu, who has a large
li.ftntr.nt fnr snnrlvlnif nnmnnt material fnr Ihn
llbig dltchcamo over tolluelpon Wednesday's
Mr. C. E. Copoland, prlnotpsl of tho Walluku
school has rented tho residence ot Mr.. C. D.
I JLufuln; during the absenco of Mrs. Lufkln In
PHILADELPHIA. July 31.
WHeu the British steamship Mohican,
Captain Urquhart, from Ibritila,
Roumania, whiph was in this portto'
day, was mukhig for Delaware Break
water, it had a most remarkable ex
perience, whiqh terrorl?fd the crew,
ulayed havoc w,tl the pulp's com
pass and brought tpo vessel to a
standstill nearly a ha(-hour
For that length of, type tho Mohi
can was enshrouded hi a, strange
metallic vapor, which glowed like
phosphorous. The entire vessel look
ed as if it were on fire and, the sail
ors fitted about tho deck like glow-
ng phantoms. The cloud b.od a
strange magnetic effect on thjtf ves
sel, for the needle of the compass. re.
volved with speed of Jan electric
motor and the sailors were unable to
raise pieces of steel from the ma ii
netized decks. The captain says:
"Tho seamen were in terror. Their
hair stood straight on end, not from
frivht so much as from the magnotlc
power of the cloud. They rushed a
bout the deck in consturnation una
the more they rushed about the
more excited they became. I tried
to calm them, but the situation was
"For a half-hour we were envel
oped in that mysterous vapor, Sud
denly the cloud began to lift. The
phosphorescent glow of the ship be
gan to fade, it gradually died u
way and in a few minutes the clouxl
hud passed and we saw it moving oil
over the sea."
SOLE AGENTS : :.
' ''PAIJN.I.CJ BEER.
T COAST BOTTLI.
Paul Jqne, putt
Sum Decker who was In Luhalua soTcraldays
reaiix Pupf Rye Whiskies
Spccia,! delivery eyery. hour in Wailuku.
selling suitings arrived in Wnlluku on Tuesday
'nnrl HM hiiElnAca nti Pftntrnl Mnnl tliirfnf. thn rn.t
ot tho week.
' P. M. Pond, renrcsentlna tho New York Llfei
"came over from Honolulu on Tuesday's Ncvadan
l,o spend tome time on Muullnthe Interests of
Mr. Hugh Howell, superintending engineer of
roads, went to Molokal by Tuesday's Llkellke,
and will spend tho next ten days thcro looking
after road matters.
Mr. August Toellncr, the Assistant postmaster
at Puuncno has resigned his position, and will
leave for Seattle, State ot Washington, at onca
where a position awaits him.
Mr. August Dieir ot Honolulu has informed
IU. nov. Dlshop Libert of his intention to 6o
nato (150,000 for tho purpose of erecting a cathc
dral In Honolulu, as a memorial to tho deceased
daughter ot Mr. Drelr.
BISMARK STABLES CO. Ltd
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AT ALL HOURS
Convcyanoes Meet AU Steamers
pompetett Guides to, Tao and
Stages leaye Wailuku daily at 1:30 P.M.
" LAhaina. c.8:30 P.M,
Antone dQ Reo,
,Your Brand of
Ice Cold Beer
Aimays On Tap
Choice Wine for Bar apd Table Use
Cold Drinks and' All Vanetie's df '
Aerated and Mineral "Waters
A. K. STENDER PnowiETon
WAILUKU FRUIT MARKET
Fresh California Fruits
and Vegetables Every
akd SALES STABDES
MAYFIELD JERMAIN. At tho residence
of Mr. George Mayfleld, Puunone, Maul,- on
Thursday, August 11, 1001, by Rev. Canon Wm,
Ault, Mr. Frank A. Mayfleld ot Kahului, Maul,
and Miss E. J. Jermainof Seattle.
Services at Island Churches
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run tho Leading Livery
Stahie Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGONS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Halo-
'akala with competent guides
Sti Anthony's Church, Wailuku
Sunda Services. Communion,G:00
A. M. Children's Mass, 8:30 A. M
Instruction in English. Second Mass
10:00 A. M. Instruction in English
and Portuguese followed by benedic
tion. Catechism, daily, 9:00 to 9:30
A. M. during school term.
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
The Church of the Good Shepherd
Rov, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Sundays at 7 A. M. 2nd Sunday at
11 A. M. Matins & Sermon at 11 A
M. Children's Service, 1st Sunday
at 2 P., M. Evensong andSormon a
Puuneno, 7:30. Holy Days, Holy
Communion at 7 A. M, Daily, Matins
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
256 2 Glasses 25cE5"
Kanliumnnu Church, Wailuku
Rov. J. Nua, Pastor..
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Morn
ing Servico 11.00 A. M. .Topic
"Obedience." Afternoon Service
Sunday School 2:00 P. M,
Servico at 3:00 P. M.
Dnsliroudcd In Metallic Vapor.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE YON HAflMOUNG CO., LTD, Agents
How VcsBels Reach the
Honolulu, Aug. 6. A good deal of
comment has been made on the line
ruti of the American ship Kenilworth
from Kahului to Delaware Break
water arriving on July 25. The ves
sol made tue distance via Cape
Horn in an even hundred days, out
sailing the other ships of tho Huwa
tan sugar fleet as follows:
Ship Wm. P. Frye made the trip
in 134 days: ship Susquehanna, 132
days; ship I. F. Cbupman, 136 days;
Other vessels due arrive at the
Delaware Breakwater are the ship
Kuward Sewall which left the islands
June 21; the snip Aryan, sailed June
7; ship Luzon, June 2; bark Nuuanu,
The Chapman arrived in time to
catch the top notch price of four
cents. Her cargo was $5,0Q0 more
valuable by making a slow passage
tnan if she had come in quicker, She
carried 3285 tons, value at $256,600
The Yacht Race.
The much talked of interisland
yacht race came to a finish last
Thursday evening, at 6 o'clock when
the yacht Gladys,T. W. Hobron com
manding,dropped anchor at Lahaiua
Tho yachts Gladys, La Paloma
Captain C. ft'acfarlano .and the big.
schooner yacht Lurline, Captain Sin
clair, left Honolulu, Aug. 10, at 3 p
m. Off Diamond Head they wero
becalmed for threo full hours, what
wind there was came in slight puffs
from the southeast. Thursday monv
ins at 1:30 found the three, boats off
The Gladys arrived at Lahaina
Thursday evening at G p. m. fully
sixteen hours ahead of-the La Palo
ma. while tho crack coast schooner
was "shut out."
Every conceivable kind of weather;
calms, squalls and rain were exper
ienced. The Gladys aud La Paloma will ro
turn to Honolulu tomorrow morning
at3 p. m., while the Lurline will proceed-to
It would pay vow to Investigate tho mutual investment contract
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
nhpse policies provldo for an ANNUAL DIVIDEND which may bo
us?& to reduce tho premium or to inoroaso tho face value ' of the
policy, at tUo optfor, of the insured
Other Leading Features Are
Guaranteed cash loans after two years, Guaranteed paid up in
surance, and guaranteed cash surrender values.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
The General Smoke of the m
General Public is the
I utNtKAL AKTHIK CIGAR J
Sold by all progressive deal
ers throughout the Islands
GunstEakin Cigar Co.,
CARRIAGE & WAGON REPAIRER
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, Wailuku, Maui',!
R. A. DRUMMOND,
, When yojiwant cool re
f resnincj beverage call
at this popular resort
Pukalani Milk Dairy
Church of Holy Innocents, Lnhnlna
Canon A. B. "Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. evory
Sunday. Morning service, 11:00 A.
M. Eveniug Prayer, f:30 P. M.
During Advcut and Lenten season
special week day services.
If you-want a daily supply of
fresh, ptir.o milk, or fresh milk,
VVnlncc Church, Lohnlna
Rev. S. Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Morning
Service, 11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 1:00 P. M. Wednesday afternoon.
trayerMeoting at 3:30 P.M., Thurs-
day afternoon, Woman's Meeting,
3:30 P. M. Friday afternoon, Choir
Vessels In Port--Kahului
Aug. '9, S. S. Novadan, Green,
Aug. 10, S. S.-Claudine, Parker,
Aug. 13, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Aug. 10, S. S. Claudine, Parkor,
for S. P.
S. Novadan, Greenj
S. S. Claudino, Packer,
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Turkeys & Chickens,
Sausage, Fresh & Smoked, a Specialty
Tel No. 382
Market St., Wailuku
OF PRACTICAL DESIGNS AND. PRICES TO SUIT
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.
IRON FENCE AND STANDARD MAKES OF SAFES .
AND PRICES FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION. '
J. C, AXTELL,
ALAKEA ST. BET. KING & HOTEL STS.
P Market SinnEr
I Rehearsal, 3:80 P. U,
P; O. BOX 612, " HONOLULU, H; T.