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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, December 10, 1904, Image 4',
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' Miss Sheffield mul Miss Gny were visit
ors to Honolulu by Inst Saturday's bont.
A. Borba Jr. of the Mnrkct Saloon re
turned from Honolulu by Wednesdays
W. X.ougher of l'uuneue paid n briif
business visit to Wailuku on Thursday
Attorney J. t,. C ke of Wailuku drove
ovor to I.ahnina on Tuesday on a pro
Miss A. Dunn, Mrs. I'. S. Dunn and 4
children booked on Saturday's steamer
Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Aiken of l'aia are
visiting Iftr. and Sirs. B. D. Baldwin of
Charles Wilcox of Kihcl was in Wuilu-
y scrdny closing up a l.and Commissioi.
crs, sa'e of real estate,
Attorney P. N. Kaliokuoluna of Paia
w is in Wailuku on Wednesday attending
to professional business.
Mr. .Haworth of the Bulletin Honolu
lu has gone to the Co;.st with no definite
tLie fixed for his return,
Sir. Carnegie lias resigned his position
as as.sibLu.1. manager of the Mnui Hotel,
and lei'L ill" week for Obwnlu.
Dr. Rogers, the occulist and aurist will
arr.ve by next Wednesday's steamer to
spend a week or le.; day.s on Maui.
L. A. I.y of Tho. II. Davis Sz Co,
came over on Wednesday's Claudiue to
sptnd the Christmas holiday on Maui.
M.ssrs Ge.irgo H Dunn and W. F
Cr.izier drove 'iv.r from Lahuina vts
tvr Jay and vi!l spend today in Wa!
Messrs. J. J. Corell and A, S. I'rescoti.
of the Kul.ului Store left for Honolulu
by Saturday's Likelike to join the herd
R. W. Shingle and Dr. J. H. Raymond
who spent last week in the Kula and UIu
palakua district left for Honolulu by Sat
Mr. Frank Athertoa, who was for some
time in charge "f the First National Bank
at iVailuku, leaves Hono'.uluoday for a
trip to the Coast,
Mr, Robert Andersoa, who was to have
g ne to Nahiku this week to look up the
..ibbiir proposition, was detained in Hon
olulu, but vi'.l be r.long next Wednesday.
Attorney D. H. Case left for Hono
lulu last night, and as Chairman of
the Improvement Association will
incidentally touch up Governor Carter
0:1 Maui appropriations.
Attorney John Richardson of Lahaina
s. ent the early part of the week in Wai
luku on professional business. He statts
that the report that he intends starting a
democratic paper on Maui is a canard.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin, manager of the 'First
National Bank of Wailuku returned on
Thursday's Likelike, accompanied by his
wife. They have spent some time with
the "old folks at home" back in Illinois.
Master Frank remained to attend school
in Illinois. Sir. Lufkin reports that all
lines of business are flourishing in the
Services at Island Churches
FOREIGN PROTEST AKT CHURCH.
E. G. Becluvltli, Pastor.
Suueay School ut 10:00 A. II.
Public Worship at 11:00 A. M.
Kaauumasb Church, Wailuku
Rev. J. Nun, Pustor.
Suuduy school, 9:30 A.M. Morning service II.
00 A. M. Topic, ''God's Kingdom." Y.
P, S. C, from T:0UP. M. to 8:00 1', M. Alter
noon service, Wailiapu, Sunday School 2:00 P. M
Hovival meeting 3:00 1 M. All welcome.
TjieCiiukcii Of Tin: Good Shki'iieud
Uov, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, la, 3rd, 1th, 5th Sunday at '
A. M. 2nd Sunday at 11 A. M. Mutiny & Sermon
ut II A. M. Clldran's sjrvlee, 1st Sunday nt 2
P. M. Evensong and Sermon nt Puunene, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. Dally,
Matins ut 7:30.
St. Anthony's Church, VVulluI.u.
Sunday Service Communion, 6:00 A. M. Child
ren's Mass, 8:30 A. M. Instruction In Engllrb.
ii-cond Mas., 10:01 A. M. Bi'nncn In HiiwullSu
nud Portuguese. After Mu.u, Hcuadlcllou. ll:li
A. M., nosery and tustructlou lor native.'. Week
days Mul3 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
woe: Communion at t): A. M, Mass at (:0UA
Mi Portuuueso Protestant MiKRlon-Palu
M. G. Santos. Evangel 1st. S. School 10. a. iu.
Gospel preaching, I., m. Prayer Meeting
7-30 P. I. S. SeJrtol at Hamuli ia iUu at 2 P.m.
C I JIIC 1 Or HOI.V INXOCKNZ1, Lahain-a
Canon A. D. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Ciiamunlon, 7.00 A. M. every Sunday.
Sunday ichool 10:15 A.M. Morning fcrvlco 11:00
A.M. Evening P.-ayer, 1:SU P. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day ser
vices. WAISEBCllUUCH, LAIIAINA.
Rev. S. Kapu, Pattor.
Sunday school, 8:3J A. M. Mcrnlng service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. 1". nt 1 CO F. M. Wed
neslay nfternoor, Prayer Meeting at I:'0 P.M'
Thursduy n'terpoon, Wcnin'i MeotjnrJOP
M. Friday afternoon, Choir RcLcnrsal, 5:S0 P
II. Hack Hold it Co. roceived by the
Coptic's trull the detailed schedulo of
the three-weekly service which the
Amoricati-Hawailnu Stenipshlp Com
pany intends to Institute next year
betwtien Puget Sound, San Francisco,
anJ the Islands. , The routo will be
as follows: Pugi tSundlo San Fran
cisjo, to Hn..o!u!u, toKalului, to San
Francisco ana back to Pugot Sound.
The dcti'.led sthcdtilo is as follows:
Nebrask m-Lcaves Sound, Feb. 10;
leaves San Francisco, Jan. 5; arrives
Honolulu, Jan. 13; leaves Honolulu,
Neva Uin--Leaves Sound Mc'.. 3;
leaves San Francisco, Jan. 2G; arrives
Honolulu, Fob. 11; leaves Iloiululj
Nebras.;ar.-Liaves Sound Mch. 24;
leaves San Francisco, Feb. 10; arrives
Honolulu, Feb. 4; leaves Honolulu,
Nevadan-Leuves sound, Apr. 1-1;
le.ivis San Francisco, Mch. 9; at rives
Honolulu, Mch. 17; leaves Honolulu,
Mch. 19. '
Ncbraskar.-Leaves Sound May 5;
leaves.San Francisco, Mch. 30; arriv
es Honolulu, Apr. 7-; Leaves Honolulu,
Nevad m - Li aves Sound1- May 20;
leaves San FivncUeo, Apr. 2(1; arriv
es Honolulu, Apr. 2P; leaves Honolu
lu, Apr. 30.
Nebras'.car. Leaves Sound Juno 10;
leaves San Fraicneo, May 11, a "riv
es Honolulu, May 19; loaves Honolu
iu, May 21.
Ncvadan-Lcave.i S'iund, Ji.ly 7; leav
ed Sau Francisco, June 9; leaveo Ho
nolulu June 11.
Nebiaskat; Leaves Sound, July
28; leaves San Francisco, Juno 22;
arrives Ho.inlulu, June 30; leaves Ho
nolulu, July 2.
Nevad.ni Leaves Sound Auy.18;
leaves San Fraiu iseo, July 13; arraiv
es Honolulu, July 21; leave.-: Honolulu,
rTebraskan--Lcayes Sound, Sept Cj
leaves Sau Feanels'co. Ausj. 3, arriv
es Honolulu, A"w. 11; Leaves dono
IuIj, Auc 13.
Vessels in iJoi't--Kn!iului
Dee. 7, S. S. Claudiue, -Paiker,
Dec. 10. S. S. Cloudlne, Parker,
Dr-c. 7, S. S. Chudine, Parker,
Dec. 10, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
Dec. 3 Coptic S. F.
" 6 Ventura Colonies
" 7 Sonoma S. F.
" 13 Mongolia Yokohama
" 13 Korea S.F.
" 14 Aoranyi Colonies
" 1G Ahmeda S. E
" 17 Moana Victoria
Dec. 3 Coptic Yokohama
" G Ventura S.F,
" 7 Sonoma Colonies
"13 Mongolia S. F.
" 14 Aorangi ....Victoria
" 17 Moana Colonies
" 21 Gaelic. 1 Yokohama
" 21 A amcda '." SF.
MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahajna, Maalaba Ray and
TUESDAY Dec. 6
FRIDAY " 1G
TUESDAY Dec. 27 '.
LEAVES MAALAEABAY, 8 P. M.
AND LAHAINA, MIDNGHT.
For Honolulu, on
MONDAY Dec. , 12
THURSDAY " 22
MONDAY, 1905. Jan. 2
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