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WAJLUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1904
Attornet at Lay:
And Notary Public
LAHAINA, . . MAUI
M. S. DEPONTE,
J ' , AlTORNErXTLAW
PAIA, ' MAUI.
Attorney at Law
W. .F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
First National Bank
WAILUKU, :' : : 5 MAUI.
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY- AT LAW
General Business & Collection Agent
LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
Dr. JOHN WEDDIOK,
9 to 10 a. M., 2 to 4 p. Jr.,
7 to 8 p. si. Hospital 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
Office Hours at Puunenc Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. and 5 to 6 P. M.
Otherwiso by appointment only
DR. WM. G. ROGERS
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Rooms 33-31 Alexander Youno
, Building, ' Honolulu
Phone Mam No. 18.
A. H. CLAItll, D. D. S. P. F. FREAR, D. D. S
CLARK & FREAR
Mclntyro Bldg. Fort and King.
Hours, 8 A. M. to 1 P. it. Honolulu. II. T
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Ofllco, Sunnysidkand Puunene
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M. ..
H. R. HITCHCOCK
Judge Kahaulelh of Lahalna Know
can Locate any species
B"nlcs of Kolioolnwc Abound In
Toothsome Denlsons ot
Back through history to tradition
the waters of Lahaina, from Molokal
to Kahoolawe are known to have
teemed with delicious fish, and the
old native fishermen knew the habit
at and lurking place of every edible
fish with the exactitude of a chart.
There is perhaps only one man now
left in Lahaina who knows fully the
old folk-lore of where the different
fish are most to be found and that
man is Judge Kuhaulelio.
His father, like Peter of old, was a
fisherman, and had learned from his
forbears the secrets of the finny
tribes. The Judge during his young
er days, was an apt pupil to, his fath
er, and no matter what kind of fish
is wanted no matter what time of the
day or the year, if such a fish is to be
had, the Judge ccin guido a canoe to
the exact spot 'w'here the desired fish
can be caught.
Fish have fixed homes, and the
different varieties have their tavorite
banks, where they await the baited
hook of thf knowing fisherman. Es
pecially is this true off the banks of
Kahoolawci' where thore are some
wonderful spots for fishing but none
save Judge Kuhaulelio are left who
know these secret spots.
Some years since) Judge Judd, who
was a guest of Judge Kahaulolio at
Lahaina, expressed the desire for a
certain kind of fish. A canoe was
rigged, and manned with stalwart
natives, with Judge Kahaulolio
at the tiller. Ater a short run and
"while, as & native expressed it, they
wore still k sight of the horses 'and
cattle on the laud, the boat hovo to,
and Juago Judd was soon hauling to
the surface fat, speekkd beauties of
tho desired variety, to the intense
astonishment, of all the natives, who
had nqt before known of that parti
cular fishing bank.
It is no uncommon thing at present
for the natives to go to Judge Kaha
ulelio with tho old-time native, re
quest, "give me a fish." Tho Judgo
ascertains what kind of fish they
want and then directs them by land
marks. For instance, he will direct
thnm as follows:-"Pull out abreast of
yondor cocoa-nut. Then steer straight
for tho south end of Lanai till you
sight Moiokini.Then steer forMoloki
ni till it lines with Plupalakua, Fish
there. It is needless to add that
if the fisherman follows tho directions,
he will como home with a canoo full
of the desired fish.
Judge Kahaulolio jealously guards
his secret knowledge, and will not
even impart it to his sons. But ho
has prepared au olaborately written
book of directions for fishermen in
thoso waters, which he vf ill leavo as
a valuable heirloom to his children.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary PublicConveyancer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
Inspect the Great Puunene Mill,
Haleakala and the Great Can
yons of lao
WAIUUKU AN IDEAL LOCATION
Tribute Paid to the Hosfilalhy"
of Maumtes. Will Develop
Ijantern Smdes for Exuin
Professor George Hunt Barton,
who occupies the Chair of Geology in
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology and is also Curator of tho
Teachers' School of Scienco at Bos
ton, to which latter school ho devotes
much time and attention, recently
organized a party ol ten who aro
vlsitiug the Islands for recreation
and scientific research combined.
They spent a week on Maui, leaving
on Tuesday's Kinau for Hawaii.
In addition to Prof. Barton, the
party visiting Maul consisted of L.
O. Towne, sub-master of Haverlll
High School, Prof. Hartwell, teach
er Scienco at Fitchburg High School,
Mr. Hardwirk, a Boston attorney,
Prof. McKellar, geologist and Mem
ber International Geological Society,
Misses Mary and Alice Lyons, teach
ers, and Miss Eagan and Miss Liu
coin. The week was propitious for out
of door enjoyment, and tho party
lost but little time, visits to Halea
kala, lao Valley, and many romantic
and historical spots in' Wailuku aud
Lahaiua rounuing out to the full the
limited time they had to spare for
In addition to their other parapher
nulla they were well equipped with
cameras and they levied generous
toll on tho beauty spots aud curious
scenes to be depicted on Maui. Both
Prof. Barton and Mr. Toue are en
thusiastic camera experts, and have
taken many views which Mr. Towne
will devolop into "colored lantern
slides for use in future illustrated lec
tures. Tho entire party are unanimous in
their expressions of enjoyment, and
Mr. Towne desired to be quoted on
some points. "Don't you know;"
said ho, "that you people on Maui
deserve both blame and praise
But I do want to pay an especial
compliment to Mr. W. O. Aiken who
proved an ideal cicerone. He simply
left nothing uudone for our pleasure
and comfort, and his services were'
rendered in so kindly a spirit tnat ho
made us all his friends for life. I
say, too, that the hotel here in Wai
luku is a rara avis. The service is
excellent, and the pluco seems so
comfy aud homelike that one forgets
that it is only a hotel. But if your
citizens had proper enterprise, they
would spend at least $10 in having
tho lantaua cut out of tho trail up
lao. The overhangiug branches
scratched our faces and scratched our
hands and arms, and almost tore tho
silk waist off ono of the ladies. Then
you want to roof that' building at
Haleakala so that tourists can be
comfortably housed at the summit.
"Yes, I have taken nearly a hun
dred viows and shall have tho choic
est of them colored and prepared
for lantern slides, which Prof. Bar
ton and I shttll use to teach the effete
Easterners that Hawaii is not sim
ply a group of specks on tho map,
but is a land of cverchanging and
Tho following chatty and interest
ing letter was received from Senator
C. H. Dlckev, Vritten hi Chicago
shortly after tho National Republican
Crying .to thQjdslay In Coast maiHt
failed to reach Wailuku in time for
publication, but is to good to "cut
Chicago, July 19, 1904.
Editor Maui News:
Here 1 am in the hustling, rearing,
booming City ol Chicago. The only
calm thing I have scon about it if. the
Republican Convention which your W.
T. Robinson attended as a delegate
and I as an alternate. It was so per
fectly arranged beforehand, that it
whs hard to stir up any enthusiasm.
Thore was no opposition at ali as you
know. The only excitement of tho
Convention was over the question as
to whether the Hawaiian Delegation
should be reduced from six to two
or not; so the Republican Party
should give us a vote of thanks.
Tho boys behaved vory woll coming
over in ppitfc of having free uccess to
the Supply of liquors and wines of tho
California Delegation on the Special
We were treated white by tho Cal
ifornia Delegation. They deserved
tho vote of thanks we gave them.
I didn't catch Robinson "rubbering"
at the 20 story sky scrapers any
When I last saw him ho was about
leaving for St Louis to see the fair on
his way home.
I propose attending the National
Encampment of the G. A. R. in Bos
ton next mounth before returning.
I haven't found an electric car sys
tem that beats Honolulu or a tele
phone system that beats Maui, and I
rather think Hawaii (they call it Ha-
waya" here) rather ahead in most
things after all. I found a line bed of
taro growing in the flowor bed of a
wealthy citizen of Ottawa the other
dav and told him how to prepare it
it for food but ho didn't seem at all
enthusiastic as ho has spent much
time and money bringing it to its
present perfection in his green house.
The majority of Americans are
convinced that Hawaii is a part of the
Philhpines but I am doing my best to
educate them. They won't believe
me when I tell them that our territory
is largo than Massechusetts and that
wo have tho ablest supreme bench jp
the United States. Auwel Auwol
C. H. DICKEY.
In order to reduce expenses the
Board of Education will probably dis
charged oue teacher from tho Laha
ina School. ;
Captain Dunn andhis two sons re
turned from Harwaii. The little
boy's health has considerably im
Mrs. J. W. D. Hoso and her sister
have much enjoyed their excursion
For some time past, electric pow.:
cr has been used to somo extent in
tho Pioneer Mill as well as at tho
Lahaina Pumninc Station. The cur
rent comes from a distant gulch.
SuccessfuYporformanccs havo been
going on at ho Japaneso Theatro
Captain David Taylor is seriously
Tho watermain has been extended
as far as Lahaina Hospital, a much
needed improvement. Thero arc a
numbor of patients in tho institutions,
and out patients como for treatment
every inomintr at 8 o clock.
Miss MacDonald of Kohala, and
Miss Mumrord of liaual, aro passing
their rapation at Jauatnaiuna.
Turks Butchering Men, Women and
Children, and Destroy Five Villages
RUSSIA REPLIES TO ENQLAND
Mcnt Strikers at Chicago Shoot
ing and nt Konons City Mob Truln,
' Newohwang, Mauchuria, August
10. Ten thousand Chinese from For-
mosa are fighting with the Japanese.
St. Pttersburg, Russia, August 10.
Russia, replying to England refuses
to waive tho right to destroy neutral
vessels carrying contraband goods in
cases of emergency. It admits, how-
over, that ships should be destroyed
only when it is impossible to try ves
sels in the prize courts.
London, England, August 10.
The British Admiralty has invited
bids for two new battleships of 16,51)0
Paris, France. August 10.
Waldeck Rousseau, former Premier
of France, is dead.
London, England, August 10 King
Edward has gono to Maricnbad.
Litioyang. Aug. 9. Tho Japaneso
are missing in the direction ofSaima-
tsza. A column is also ascending tho
valley of the Liao river for the pur
pose of flanking Liaoyang. Recou-
noitering parties have bad skirmish
es. St. Petersburg Aug. 9. The Jap
anese aro using tho Shanhaikuan-
Yinkow railway for mobilizing troops
tolattack.Simua.tun, SO miles west.--
St. Petersburg, Aug. 9. General
Sinevitch is marching troops from
Vladivostok to divert Gen. Kuroki
from tho rear of Mukden.
Kansas City, Aug. 9. A mob of 200
men stopped a tram near hero and
drovo seventy-five strike-breakers
out of a car.
Chicogo, Aug. 9. There was not
ing in the stock ards district last
night. Ono huudred shots woro ex
changed with tho police but no ono
London, Aug. 9. King Edward
has sanctioned tho reappointment of
Lord Curzon as Viceroy of India.
London, Aug. 9. Tho Turks havo
destroyed five Armenian villages,
butchering several hundred men and
committing outrages on the women.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 9. Firo has
destroyed a portion of tho Albion iron
works and fifty residences near by.
St. Petersburg, Russia, August
9. General Stoessel, commanding
Port Authur forces, estimates that
tho Japanese force attacking Port
'Authur isO.OOO strong. The Japa
neso aro believed to have already
lost 23,000 men in their attacks on
London, England, August 9.
England protests against Russia's
definitions of contraband of war and
refuses to accopt monetary indem
nity for tho loss of tho Hteamer
Knight Commander. Great Britian
insists on tho establishment of a
broad principle that will competent
ly protect the ships of neutral na
tions. Now York, N. Y., August 9. Ro
fined sugar was advanced today fivo
ce'nts a hundred pounds.
Pueblo, Colo. August 9. The death
list froni tho Denver & Rio Grande
Railroad wreck numbers sixty-eight
Washington, D. C, August 9. It
is stated today that United States
Minister Leishman may leave Con
stantinople St. Petersburg, Aug. 8. The Jap
anese aro landing troops at Louisa
bay, which enables tho besiegers to
surround tho entire chain of outer
defences. Viceroy Alexieff reports
that threo Japanese warships .were
damaged In an engagement tvt Port
Authur on July 26.
Groceries Dry Gocds Clothln,
In part as follows;
Everett Classico Everett Ginghams'
Mercerised Silk Zopbyr
Embroidered Swiss Dots
W. F. Mossman
For the Ladies Only.
If you havo never usedjfhp Penny
Royal Pills you do not know wba
a lot of pain might bp spved ovcry.
month. We need say no more.
Lot us mention a few other things,
that you perhaps dq not know we,
Tho Phohix Breast Pumpt J
tbo Marvel Whirling Spray
Syr in go, tho Fountain and the.
Union Syringe, Barclay's,
Atomizer, tho GoldSoal Hot,
Water Bag, Rccamiorfc Hon.
oy& Almond Cream, La Bla
cho & Swan Do wn Faoo Pow.
dor, Smolling Salts, Violet
and other Perfumes, Violott
Roso and Florida Wator, Vio
lot Witch Hazel', Violet
Ammonia, Angolino for ths
Nails, Frost 111 a for tho Skin, etc,
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