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Songs of H&waii
In Book Form
Dr. J. H. Raymond of UlupalakUa
camo down yesterday.
Mrs. J as. Scott 6f Klhel was a
visitor In Wnlluku on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Penhallow
came homo by Wednesday's boat,
Manager Wells was a returning
passeuyer on Wednesday's Claudine.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. Sparks are
oKpected a Kihei by Tuesday's Ki
uau. P. Wittram of Kipahulu returned
from Honolulu by Wednesday's
Col, W. H, Cormvell, accompanied
by his wife,camo over on' Wednesday's
John Richardson Jr., who has had
an attack of pleurisy, is- reported as
A. H. Sengstack of Paia Plantation
Stoic paid a business visit to Wai
luku on Wednesday.' 1
Manager K. S. Gjerdrum of Hana
Plantation returned from Honolulu
by Wednesday's steamer.
Outside of party predilections,
Fred. Beckley is the ablest man for
speaker in the lower houso.
W. Fisher of Lihue, Kauai, came
to Lahaina by Tuesday's boat and
visited Waifuku on Wednesday.
Land Commissioner 'E. S. Boyd
who has spent the last (ten days on
on Maui, left for Honolulu today.
Attorney John Richardson of La
haina drove over to Wailuku oh
Thursday afternoon, returning to
day. Senator Achi's statehood joint res
olution is rather previous. Let us
prove ourselves able to run a terri
Mrs. Hons is visiting her. daughtor
Mrs. Carl Waldcyer at Lahaina
.after which she will make her Home
with her son, Mr. Ford. Hous at Ka
Mr. W, G, Ogg has resigned his
position on Wniluku Plantation and
leaves for Hawaii next week to ac
cept the position of assistant. man
ager at Pahala.
Mr. C, C. Honion of the Monumen
tal &Iron Fence Co., Honolulu, came
.over on Tuesday's Kinau, and will
spend the week on . Maui, taking
orders for his house.
Engineer M. M. O'Shaughnessy,
who'has been engaged in the survey
of the now ditch for Puunene Plan'
tation, has completed the prehml
nary work, and left for Honolulu by
this morning's Kinau,
Mr. T. M. Church of the Kahului
Store will take charge of tho Paia
Plantation Store on next Monday
morning, the former manager, Mr,
A. W. Wise being compelled to rjtirc
on account of continued ill health.
WALSH KIRKLAND At Kahu
lui, Maui, Feb. 22, 1903, by Rev.
Father Julian, William "Walsh of
Puunene to Miss Mabel Kirkland
PENHALLOW REYNOLDS At
Honolulu, Feb. 24, 1903 by Rev. Wj
M. Kincaid, H. B. Penhallow to
Miss Marion Reynolds.
SPARKS TAVENNER At Hon
olulu, Feb. 25, 1903, Mr. W. A.
Sparks ofKihei to Miss M, Taven
ner. The New Meat Market
Tho Kahikinui Ranch has. got its
new moat market in Wailuku in good
running order, and the people of
Wailuku are once more enjoying the
treat of feasting on the fat and fa
mous product of the Kahikinui
This will prove a permanont insti
tution in Wailuku, and no combina
tion will be made with any other
ranch or meat market, not will the
market be sold to Chinese or others,
as tho Ranch management prefer to
directly, manage tho affairs of the
new market. It was rumored that
there would bo r, meat war in 'Wai
luku, 'but this is not probable, nor is
it desirable, as such a war would
finally result in a combination to
The prices havo not been definitely
fixed ycti but the' management pro
mise the Wailuku consumers what
wiil he equivalent to tho wholesale
prices in Houoiulu, plus the neces
sary expenses of running Jtho shop
welcome reduction in tho ptices that
have prevailed for tho past year.
The old P. M. S. S. City. of Peklm.'
arrived in port yesterday forenoon
from the Orient and departed for San
Francisco at midnight last night, nnd
her departure marks the end of her
active career on the Oriental run.
In her caso it is the passing of the old
typo of ocean steamship for the newer
and larger type represented by tile
Siberia, tho largest passenger vessel,
according to tonnage, in tho Pacific,
Tho Korea was. built to take the
place of the ill-fated Rio de Janeiro
and the Siberia to take the place of
the Peking. Advertiser.
Among the passengers booked for
San Francisco in the Sonoma are
Carl F. Lchners and Captain Whit
ney, Federal Inspectors of Hulls and
Boilers. The two officials havo been
in Hawaii for several weeks during
which time they investigated tho
condition of all tho inter-islnnd
steamers and harbor tugs. Their
official tour included Kahului and
Japanese are migrating to the
Coast from Hawaii in large numbers.
Almost every local boat going to San
Francisco carries a big delegation of
the littlo brown men and their wives
and babies. Quite a. number are
booked on the. Sonoma leaving today.
The Alameda seems a favorite vessel
with the emigrants. Advertiser.
San Francisco, Col., Feb. 25. The
Oceanic steamship Alameda, which
was held in. quarantine on her arrival
from Honolulu yesterday, has been
released. The illness on board was
not of a serious character.
In tho recent barge race between
the boys of St. Louis College and the
High School at Honolulu, the High
School crew won, in the good time of
11.58 for the mile and a half.
The Doric was expected in Hono
lulu yesterday afternoon about the
same time as the Sierra. Both arc
from San' Francisco.
TKo barkentine Geo. C. Perkins
sailed from Hana for Pugot Sound on
.A steady gale from the north, has
made rough seas at Maui ports this
The transport Solace reached Hon
lulu on Tuesday, 21 days from Manila.
The Texan is booked to leave Ka
hulrd this afternoon for Honolulu.
Vessels in Port kahului
S. S. 'Texan, Morrison, from the
Sound via Honolulu.
Feb. 25, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 26. S. S. Texan, Morrison,
from the Sound via Honolulu.
Feb. 28, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Feb. 21, S. S. Novadan, Weedon,.
Feb. 25,. S. S.Claudine, Parker, for
Fob. 28, S S.Claudine, Parkr,for
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FROM
Feb. 3 Sierra Colonies
" 4 Ventura S.F;
" 4 Gaelic S. F.
" 7 Dorics Yokohama
" 11 Aorangi Colonies
" 12 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 13 Alameda S. F.
" 14 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 14Miowera Victoria, B. C.
" 14 Nevadan S. F.
" 20 China S. F.
24 City of Peking. ...Yokohama
" 24Sguoma Colonies
" 25 Sierra S. F.
" 28 Doric' ..S. F.
Fco. 3 Sierra S. F.
" 4 Ventura , Colonies
" 4 Gaelic , . . .Yokohama
" 7 Doric S.F.
" 7 Nebrasknu.,,, S.F.
" 11 Aorapgi. . . , .Victoria, B.C.
" 12 Hougkong Mtiru. .Yokohama
" 14 Nippon. Maru.- S. F.
" 14 Miowera, t Colonies
" 18 Alameda. . . j S. F.
". 20 China .Yokohama
" 24 City of Peking ,,S. F.
" 24 Sonoma:.; F.
" Nevtid&h, j..-..,. . . fc, ; S.sFj
25 SlerraVA .'. ; .v.. ,' , , . Colonies
" 28Doric .....Yokohama
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