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Governor Dole is unking a brief
visit lo Hawaii.
Senator Kaiuo returned from Hon
lulu by Wednesday's Claudine,
W. C. Crook Jr of Honolulu was
a visitor in Wailuku litis week.
Attorney George Hons returned
from attendance on court iitLahnina
II. L. Decker of the Kahului Sa
loon has aecepted a itoition nt the
D. C. Lewis of Lovejoy tt, Go. is
scheduled for a trip to MtiUi, just
after the holidays.
Ex-senator Wm. White i. visiting
Honolulu, where ho will Spend the
It is rumored that Donald Green
will sever his relations with Puunenc
at the end of the month.
Master Harry Holt, sou' of John D.
Holt, accompanied Judge Kepoikai
on his visit to Wailuku.
Wm. McGerrow of Puunenc left by
Saturday's Claudine for a several
mouths' visit to Japan.
Clinton J. Hutchins of the Pacific
Mutual Life returned to Honolulu by
last Saturday's Claudine.
Mr. John Hackfeld was a returning
passenger to Honolulu from Kipnhula
by last Saturday's boat..
W. F. Pogue of Nahiku came ovor
and spent Monday night at Wailuku,
leaving for Kula Tuesday morning. -
Mr. S. B. Harry leaves for Malt
a well by this afternoon's Claudine, to
join the Autiopc as ship carpenter.
Attorney Coke, who has been in
attendance on Court in Lahaina, re
turned o Wailuku on Thursday morn
ing. Mr. Henion of HcndiieK's Monu
mental and Iron Fence, Co., Ho'no
'ulu, is paying Maui a business visit
this week. ' '
E. B. Carley and W. L, Dccoto of
Maui are drawn as jurors to serve
at vhe federal term, of court at- Hilo
Dr. R. J. McGettigan, who spent
a week or so in Wailuku, for medical
treatment left for Hana. by Wednes
Deputy Sheriff Wittrock of Hana,
who has been attending court at La
haina, returned home by Wednes
day's steamer. v
School Inspector Chas. W, Bald
win of Hawaill arrived by this week's
Mauna Loa, to spend the Christmas
holidays on Maui.
Captain McDonald of tho Fullerton
accompanied by Captain Ncilson of
tho Union Oil Co., was registered at
the Maui Hotel this week.
John Holt Jr. has accepted a po
sition with Lovejoy & Co., Wailuku,
aud will make a valuable addition to
our local baseball fraternity.
Treasurer Kepoikai came over on
Wednesday, to settle some business
matters, and leaves for Honolulu,
accompanied by his wife, this .after
noon. Tax Assessor W. T. Robinson went
to Honolulu by last Friday's Kinau,
to attend a meeting of the Tax As
sessors of the Islands, returning on
Wednesday of this week.
Bishop Restarick has appointed C,
D. Lufkin, Warden; C. B. Wells,
Treasurer; and Jas. K. Iveola, Clerk;
to assist Rev. Canon Ault of the
Church of the Good Shepherd, at
Charley Graham, formerly with the
Honolulu Iron Works, but, now with
a San Francisco house, 'loft for the
coast on Wednesday's Zealandia,
after spending about threo months
on the Islands.
Manager J. R. Myers of Huelo
Plantation went to Honolulu last
Saturday to meet his mother aud
sister, who arrived from tho coast by
last Sunday's Zealandia, the entire
party returning to Maui by Wednes
Bishop Restarick left for Honolulu
by the Nevndan, but contemplates
returning in a short time, when it is
lo be hoped that ho will not encounter
another kona. The Bishop made a
very favorable impression upcu the
people of Maui.
Attorney Alvon Crook, who recent
ly returned from the Michigan Law
School and was in attendance on the
Circuit Court atiLahaina, came over
to Wailuku on Wednesday. Mr
Crook is contemplating a permanent
residence on Maui, for tho purpose
of practicing his profession.
The Fullerton, Capt. McDonald
has unloaded her Prst enro of fnti
oil at Kihol, the former Kiht i cargo
having bcrn unloaded nt Kahului unit
shipped to Kihol iu tnnk cars.
Tu order to unload nt Kihoi, the
Fullorton was equipped with $5001'
worth of four-inch hose. The vcsmI
was moored about sixteen hut'd,-(
foot from the wharf, and the Wc w u.
aid from 1 ho ship to the wharf. Tl
argo, com-lsting of ovor l.'VUOO b:M
rels of oil, tvas then pumped ft m H i
slilp to the Kihei oil tanks nt "
nunimuh'rate of about 51V) b,irt
per hour. Tho Fullerton ' rornph t'
the discharge of her cargo i3uiin
Weduesday night., and on Thnt stlay
reeled iu her tio3o preparatory to h-r
immediate return to the const.
Henry Bieltnell and James Bickuell,
both of Honolulu, havo received iin of
fer from the British Cablo Compai.y
for the purchase of their half interest
in Fanning Island. The brothers get
their title through George Bicknell,
an unclo who whs tho original owner
ind sold n half interest to ling
Gegrig. An offer has been nrndo , by
tho company which is said to bo $40,-
000 and Jaires Bicknell will leave on
the Zealandia to close up tho deal.
Tho schooner Olelia Pederson,
which was abandoned some time ago
by hor officers and crew, was sighted
on November 21j about two miles
south of Formosa. A Japanese war
ship was sent to bring her into port.
The Pederson will bo a rich lind for
whoever gets hold of Iter. When
abandoned she Was ns sound as when
she left Puget Sound, and had on
board the full enrgo-'of lumber with
which she started across the Pacific.
Philadelphia, .Dee. C Ono fire
man was drowned, another is missing
and two others were taken to a hos
pital overcome by smoke us the re
suit of a fire which broke out 'eat ly
today on the steamer Saxon, owned
by the Boston & Philadelphia Steam
ship Company. The steamship lies
in twenty-live feet of water at the
foot of Pine street, burned to the
The Progreso, which blew up in
San Francisco, had only 1)00 birrols
of oil on board, and was getting ready
to go out on her trial trip, having
just been fitted up as an oil-carrier
It is said that the explosion was
caused by a workman, who we'nt in
to the hold with a naked lamp, to
look for a leak.
. The' Nevadan completed the dis
charge of her cargo at Kahului on
Tuesday, leaving the same afternoon
Vessels In Poi't--KnIiuIul
Br, ship Kinross, Murray, from
Deo. 14, Brk. Fullorton, McDonald,
1G days from San Francisco; oil for
" Dec. 17, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Dec. CO, S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Dec. 1G, S. S. Noyadan, Wcedon,
Dec. 17, S. S. Claudine, Parker,for
Dec. 19, Brk. Fullerton, McDonald,
from Kihei for San Francisco.
Dec. 20, S. S. Claudino,Parkor,for
Dec. 2 Hongkong MaruT
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" 19 CopticSISZT. . . .Yokohama
" 20 AorangTW.. Victoria, B. C,
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We have ust received a large assort
ment oS the famous HERRING-HALL--MARVIN
SAFE CO'S safes. These safes
are considered the very best made,
j The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
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