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6 ' THE MAUI NEWS : ; SATURDAY, JULY 15,- 1905 '
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E housewives the world over are loud in its ii
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4TVV lather sheep skins, etc etc.
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Just Arrived from Sun Praneisco fresh Line of
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Business still done at tho oldstnud-
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HONOLULU, T. H.
Main 1 W. -.
your enrhago repaired to lapt e
it lo tho right shop.
A.VIWWU UIIUL.II1UI jg
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CAREY , . j
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A party of former Stanford glrlstirrivetl
on the Ventura mid will spend several
weeks visiting the islands. The pnrty In
cludes Miss Arcpics, Miss Itcssie Henry,
Mi.s Ogier mid Iiss Kntlyrine Ilifarue,
and they nre chaperoned by Mrs. Henry.
The young ladies will visit Mtuii mid the
Volcano heforo returning to the Coast.
A Chronicle society item is to the
effect thnt Miss Henme, who is now
flopping at the INlonna Hotel, is n "fntn
cms beauty, of Southern California."
II in. Advertiser t ,
Thi-. party U-iir be thbtytwta o'f Mr.
i ii Mrs. U. H. i'enlmllow while on Mnni.
l-ive (tnptiny .liicct.
Oil M'ind'iy MVi'iifnjr 1 1n Wdilului
Vn iur "' HMrc Omii';miy will li iM
i ' "i rli't liiiii to ffl-eifli1 oil a 11 rat
i -sK'unt. After "Iho eli'etion a eotn-p-tiiive
drill will lie held the eonr'
tinny hiiiiv!, divided and under tho
command of the first and second
assistants. Those who were elected
at tho ro.mhir election arc chief, J.
L. Coke; 2nd assistant chief E. H.
I'.oiVcrs; foremoatt, V. T. Robinson,
assistant foreman, J. F. Welch, dele
j;ate, W. E. Bal; secretary, J. Gar
cia, treasurer. L. M. Baldwin.
Won Panic By Mis Ability,
John Hay was bom at Salem, Ind.,
on October 8, 1838. He was fjradu
aled from Brown University, at
Providence, R. I., in 1858, and on
Jeavinn college entered the oflice of
Abraham Lincoln, in Springfield, III.,
to study lav. .He was taken into
the lattor's law ofiice, and in 1SG1J
was admitted to practice in the Su
preme Court of Illinois. In that same
year he went with Lincoln to Wash
ington and. served as his assistant
private secretary until Lincoln's
death, with the exception of a brief
interval, during which ho served as
adjutant and aido do-camp to the
Presidbnt, and served in the field for
a few months under Generals Hunter
and Gilmore. In the latter capacity
ho rose to tho rank of Major, and was
subsequently brevetted Lieutenant
Colonel and Colonel.
After tho death of Lincoln ho was
made secretary of the legation at
Paris, remaining thero until 18G7,
wliciylie became Chargo.d'Affaircsat
Vienna. - After holding this post for
a year ho resigned and returned to
the United States, but was scut al
most immediately to - Madrid as
secretary of tho legation and re
mained thcro until 1870. During his
service abroad he gained a valuable
knowledge not only of tho language
and literature of the chief European
nations, but also of foreign diplo
macy and politics.
On his return to the United Stales
he took up journalism, and was for
a timo on the editorial staff of tho
New York Tribune, and published,
mostly in its columns, his " Piko
County Ballads." After five years'
service on tho Tribune he married a
daughter of Amasa Stono of Cleve
land, O, , and went to that city to
livo. He devoted liim'self mainly lo
literary work, and occasionally took
in politics writing and speaking in
tho Presidential campaigns.
Mmlmnn Saved Pioin Dcsci't.
RIVERSIDE, Juno 30. Frank
Seaman, naked" and with his eyes
sunken nnd cheekbones almost pro
truding through the flesh, stood on
the tracks of tho Southern Pacific,
out on-the desert, twenty miles west
of India, this morning and stopped
an overland train. When tho train
crew went toward him ho attempted
to run away aud resisted efforts to
rescue him. Seaman had been lost
on the desort since Tuesdamorning
without food or water. lie had
thrown a way all jils clothing, a gold
watch and a small sum of monoy.
Seaman is uow at the County Hos
pital, where it is said ho will recover.
NOTICE OF TRESPASS FOR THE
ISLAND OF KAHOOLAWE.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.
You and ovoryone of you aro horo
by notified that any one found tres
passing, or shooting any animal or
animals of whatsoever kind, on this
Island, without my written permis
sion, will ho prosecuted to tho full
extent of tho law.
C. C. CONRADT, Lessee.
July 1, 8, 15, 22.
For snlo, for rent, lost, found, sltuntlnns or
help wanted nrtvi'rtlnriiimiiswlll bo publish
ed undnt this hciulliiK at lliu folliwiiiR
rates: 8 omits a lino llrst Issue, live cents n
ltnosoeoml lwuo ami throa cents n llnp oneh
mcceetltiiR Issue. Seven words to constitute
n lino Hint) linos :i Inch llrokon linos to
rnmit as full llno
GOiUKS, At l'rtin, Mmit, on July 1905
to the wife of A. J. Gomes, a daughter.
B1UJDU IIAII.HV In Honolulu, July
8. Rev. H. II. I'flrkcr officiating,
JIIbs Minnie llniluy loTnul lltcile. The
hride is front the Kohala school. The
groom is in the tnnchiiic shops of the
Oahtt Unilwny Company. j
- Vepitcls In I'ort--K!tluilui
Schooner Olgn.,' Wuldwieh.
Schooner Geo. E Billing, Berk
holm. Arrl v:ilK--Kiluiliii
July 15 Sir. Mrul, Parker, from
July 8Str. Nobraskan, Wocdeiv
from Honolulu with freight.
July 12-Str. Maul, Parker, for
July 13- S. S. Nobraskah Wooden',
for San Francisco. 85000 bags.
July 17- Schooner Olga. Waldwich,
for San Francisco, in ballast. Bottles
in sacks. A
Booked Pkh S. S. Maui July 12.
Miss Feda Koelling, Miss Annie
Forbes, Sister Leonilda, Sister
Robcrtina, Mr. McKcnzie, James
Kirkland, II . P. Baldwin, Pv. G.
Henderson nnd'H. II. Scovol.
Stanley Dollar In Trouble.
People who have boon looking into
tho Federal statutes governing slop
ping aro inclined to think that ir a
purely technical point wero to be
raised against tho S. S. Stanley Dol
lar, that vessel would bo liable to
fines which would aggregato between
$50,000 and $00,000,
The vessel has no licen'oc to carry
passengers and this is lh reason for
her being held up so long in this port
but in spite of her not having any li,
cense, sho has been housing Japanese
passengors or boarders or whatever
elso thoy can bo called since June 28.
Tho vcKscl arrived in Honolulu. Juno
27 from Yokohama, the intention bo
ing to take 000 Japanese passengers
to the mainland. Tho Japs went
aboard of her the following morn'ng
but during, tho day thotroubles of tho
vessel bogau and some of the Japa
nese left hor. In order to savo
wharfage fees and to prevent the re
mainder of the Japar.cso from leav
ing tho vessel she hauled away from
the wharf.into tho stream. Accord
ing to tho statements of the owner of
tho craft between 50P and GOO Japs
were on hor when she went into tho
It is now held by some that in tak
ing tho Japanese aboard and keeping
them thero when she had no right to
take, passengers oven though the
craft merely wont into the stream, a
technical violation of the law was
committed. The lino for each pas
senger is $100 so when tho pas-
sengers aro numbered by tho hun
dred, it will be readily seen what a
costly proposition tho mistake might
bo. However tho matter is purolv a
technical one aud so far as is now
known, tho authorities do not intend
to press the charge against tho ves
sel, bit thoro aro some who aro of the
opinion that tho vessel has laid her
self liable to seemingly countless
number pf fines. Star.
Russian Minister To China.
PEKING, Juno 80. M. Pokotiloff,
who succeeds the Into Paul Lcssar
as Russian Ministor to China, has
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H. F. WICIIMAN & CO.
Dli. JOHN GODDARD in charge.
Services at Island Churches
St. Anthony's Ciitmcit, Waimjku
Sunday Service Coinmunlou, C;(K)A. M. Child
roll's MtvSs,6:.H) A. M. Instruutloii it English.
Second Mass, 1(1:00 A. M. Sermon In Ilnunllnt
ami 1'ortngueso. After Hush. Ilenedlotlnn. ll:lf
A. M., Koscry and Instruction for nathes. week
days Mass 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
wooU: Cominuulou at 0: A. M. Mass at tllKI A.
FOKKION PltOTHSTANT CIIUItOn..v
It. V. llczata, Pastor.
Sunday School ut'UWK) A. M.
Public WorslilH at lttlXl A. M.
. Tin: Oiuiucu Or Tun Goon Simi'iiiimi
Itov, Canon Ault, Hector
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, ltli, 5th Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd Sunday at 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
at 11 A. M. Children's service, 1st sntday at S
1. M. Evensong and Sermon at Puunene, 7::si.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A, M. D.illy,
Matins at 7:30.
Ivaaiiumanu cmmcii, Waimjku
llov. J. Nun, Pastor. - .
Sunday school, DA) A.M. Mornjijg servico II
A.M. V. P. S. C. li. from 7:00 P. M. to 8:lU P.
M, Aftornoon servico, WiilluliU, Siinduy School
!!:00 P. M. Itovlvnl meeting 3:00 P. M. All wel
come. POHTUCIUnsK PltOTKSTANT .MISSION I'AJA
M. Ci. Santos. Evangelist. S. School 10,a.-111.
Gospel preaching, 11, a. 111., Prayer Mooting
7-30 P.M., S. School at Hamaljuapoliii at S.P.m,
ovcry Sunday. ' 5
CllUIICII OF HOI.Y INNOCIIXTS, I.A11AINA
Canon A. I). Weymouth, Hector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning servico 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day ser
vices. WAINEK CIIUUCII, L'AHAINA.
Rev, S. ICapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E. at 1:00 V. M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayor Meeting at 3:30 P.M.'
Thursday aftornoon, Woman's Meeting, 3:30 1"
M. Friday uftcrnoon, CholrUehcarsa! 3:30 1'.M '
Koman Catholic Ciiuuch, Laiiaina.
Rev. Fntuor Oliver.
First Mass, week days 0:00. A. M. Suudays and
holidays, 10:00 A. it. llenedlctlon 2:30 p. m.
Meetings nt Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. ovoiy Saturday. Sunday Juniors
nt 2 P. M. Salvation meeting at 8 P. M. Al.
Oceanic Time Table.
a nniVE Honolulu
DATE NAME FllOM
July 15, Mnncbpna. . .San Francisco
" 25, Sonoma Colonis
" 2(1, Sierra San Francisco
" 20, Manuka Colonics
" 28, Siberia Yokohama
" 2!), Korea. .... .-.San Francisco
" 29, Miowera Victoria
July 15, Manchuria Yokohama
" 11), Alameda San Francisco
" 25, Sonoma " "
" 2G, Siorra ... Colonies
" 20, Manuka ....... . .. Victoria
" 28 Siboria San Francisco
" 29, Korea Yokohama
" 2d, Mioycra Colonies
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MAUNA LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Laiiaina, Maalaea Bay and
TUESDAY JULY 25
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P. M
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MONDAY JULY 31
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