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THE MAUI N1JWS. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914
ATS ON NAVIGATION CO,
26S Market Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
San Francisco Puget Sound
IIiloiiinn .... Jan I
tKnlerprise- Jan 3
Lurline Jan 6
Wilhehnina. Jan 14
Iluiiolulan... Jan 20
Hyatles Jan 22
Matsoiiia Jan 2S
I.urline lfeb 3
t Enterprise, l'eb 7
Wilhehnina. l'cti 1 1
Hilonian... l-'eb 1 2
lloiiolulan... Feb 17
Matsoiiia 1'eb 25
I.urliue Mar 3
Hyades Mar J
Wilhehnina. Mar II
tKnterprise.. Mar 14
Manoa Mar 17
Matsonia Mar 25
Ililonian ...Mar 26
Lurline Mar 31
Willielmitni. Apr 8
Manua Apr 14
Hyailes Apr 16
tEuterprise.. Apr iS
Matsonia Apr tt
IIiloniau..., May 7
Manoa May 12
Matsonia May 20
tEuterprise. May 23
Lurline May 26
Hyatles May 28
Wilhehnina June 3
Manoa June 9
Matsonia June 17
Hilonian... June 18
Lurline June 23
Jan 4 Jan 10
l'"eb 15 I''eb 21
Mar 8 Mat 14
Mar 29 Apr 4
Apr 19 - Apr 25
May 31 June 6
June2i June 27
I llnw nilim Iftlnncln Arrlvo lfiiofta
1 Arrive I.ihvh S. F. 'UydJJB
Jan 19 Jan 2S Feb 5 75
Jan II Jan 21 Jan 31 til
Jan 13 Jan 20 Jan 28 67
Jan 20 Jan 28 Feb 3 52
Jan 27 Feb 3 Feb II 38
Feb 10 Feb 18 Feb 2S 42
Feb 3 Feb 1 1 Feb 17 I
Feb 10 Fell 17 Feb 25 68
Feb 15 Feb 25 Mar 7 112
Feb 17 Feb 25 .Mar 3 53
Mar 2 Mar 1 1 Mar 19 76
Feb 24 Mar 3 Mar 10 39
Mar 3 Mar 1 1 Mar 17 2
M:irio Mar 17 Mar 25 69
Mar 24 Apr 1 Apr 11 43
Mar 17 Mar 25 Mar 31 54
Mar 22 Apr I Apr 11 113
Mar 24 Mar 31 Apr 7 ;
Mar 31 Apr 8 Apr 14 3
Apr 14 Apr 22 Apr 30 77
Apr 7 Apr 14 Apr 22 70
Apr 14 Apr 22 Apr 28 " 55
Apr 21 Apr 28 May 5 2
May 5 May 13 May 23 44
.Apr 26 May 6 May 16 114
Apr 28 May 6 May 12 4
' May 5 " 'MayU' May 20"; " fx
-'Way far--"? Majraa 'May
May 26 . June 3 , June 11 .78 .
May 19 May 26 June i ' : 3. ' . v
May 26 June 3 - June 9 5
May 31 June 10 June 20 115
June 2 June 9 June 17 72
June 16 June 24 July 4 45
June 9 June 17 June 23 57
June 16 June 23 June 30 4
June 23 July 1 July 7 6
July 7 July 15 July 23 79
JutH-3o . July 7 July 15 73
Indicates that Steamer carries freight and combustibles only,
t Sails from Ililo.
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S.IATSONIA To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. WIUIELMINA To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. MANOA To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. LURLINE To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. ENTERPRISE To Hilo. direct.. (Does not call at Honolulu.)
S S H HO MAN I ra"oluIu. l'ort Allen, Kaanapali, Kahului anil Hilo.
The ubove iltites ure Buliject to chune without notice,
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO., Agents, Kahului.
We send goods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
Hotel and Fort Streets
PURE KAUPAKALUA is becoming the favorite
table wino of Maui just because, it is pure and
Ask your dealer to give you a free sample and
then order a gallon.
Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd. Haiku, Maui.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, April 7. Two soldiers have been lost in the moun
tains bock of Waiahole tunnel for eight days. Signals were ""seen by
Mr. Macfarlane and help is being sent. The body of a soldier was
later found in a stream. The men have been missing for eight davs
The Republican committee met last night. Rreckons nks for
amendment of proxy clause. " lie says the split in the Progressives is
Supervisor Henning, of Maui, i here seeking loan for County,
which seems imperati ve, owing to reduction in assessments.
The O. II. A- L Co., will build a four mile spur line to tap some
A Japanese baby was found dead in a hammock which the mother
had placed the child in while she went on an errand. The infant was
hanging half out of the hammock when discovered.
It is thought that the letter to McCain regarding the selling of
liliior on the military reservation, was a hoax.
HONOLULU, April G (iovernor 1'inUham has paroled two Ililo
prisoners. They are both Porto Ricans.
Dr. Wilcox states that the fruit-fly does not attack coffee beans.
A Japanese seer, now in Honolulu, predicts hard times. He also
siys there will be no war for fifteen years.
Attorney General Thayer says he will assist in the prosecution of
The body of the Kamehaineba schoolboy has not yet been recov
ered, as there is so much undertow.
Attorney Andrews aks for a continuance of the Bond-Advertiser
libel suit till May 21, as Editor Matheson is away in Japan at present
Harry Irwin is believed to be sure of the Maui judgeship. Pink
ham will neither deny or confirm the report, lie says the announce
ment must come from Washington.
The old Moose Lodge may be reorganized under the name of The
, It baa been reported .to MCr,J! tfi.nt .lifltjorjs being sold onahe
Schofield .Barracks reservation. v. .' , yt.
Jewis, the negro soldier who was held for alleged highwavrob
bery, has escaped from prison. '
NOLULU, April 4. Mrs. Thielen has been sent to the Insane V'
Tin re is a great light on between Thielen ami McCai n. A. A.,
Wilder joins in, and is going to Washington to protest against' Mc-"
Cam ''butting in" on Territorial affairs.
The Moose Lodge has had its charter cancelled for admitting
others than white men. The Honolulu lodge has di.-banded. A new
organization that will draw 110 color line, will be started, according to
Captain Peter Johnson has been restored to a'ctive service an 1" is.,
now to command the Wilhelmina.
The survey ship Patterson will go to Alaskan waters to protect"
the commerce of the new zone. -
A Kamehameha schoolboy, whose name is at present unknown,
was drowned while on a cair.ping trip near Makua.
August 15 will be Pineapple Day. (J rowers are now worried,
about the low price of pines.
WASHINGTON, April G. -Surgeon General Oorgas says he fav
ors the same orders regarding li'pior be applied to the Army, as welj :
a;! the Navy.
1'ASEDENA, April ". S. Weyerheuser, the millionaire, is dead
SAcUAMKN'TO, April 5. Kelly, leader of the idle men, has been
given six inontTs jail as a vagra::t.
WASHING ION, April 3 Secretary P.ryan is ill with a cold and
cannot get out to lecture.
Walter Dillingham asks for $-J.)0,000 for further work at Ka
JUAREZ, Apr'l H Villa is determined to wipe out Huerta's
army. The latter is claiming a victory at Torreon.
VANCOUVER, April 5 Sir Richard MeRryde will accept the
post of High Commissioner, for Canada, to succeed Lord Strathcona.
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