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VO -UME X
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f
ATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1904 ' NUMBER l - M
ATTORNEY AT LAV
And Notary Punr.io
LAHAINA, . MAUI
M. S. DEPONTE,
Attorney '"at Law
Attorney at Law
W. P. CROCKETT
attorney at law
C. W. ASHFORD
Attohney & Counsellor 4
PANIEL. H. CASE
' 1 Attorney at Law
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
First National BANk
WAILUKU, : : : MAUI.
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Business & Collection Agent
LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
DR. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 a. M., 2 to 4 r. M.,
7 to 8 r. ji. HosriTAL 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
Offlco Hours at Puunenc Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. and 5 to 6 P. M.
Othorwiso by appointment only
DR. WM. G. ROGERS
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Rooms 33-34 Alexander Young
Phone Main No. 18.
A. D. CT.ARir, D. D. S. P. F. FUEAR, D. D. S
CLARK & FREAR
Mclntyro Dldg. Fort find King.
Hours, 8 A. M. to i P. M. Honolulu. II. T
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
t ., Dentist
Office, SUNNYSIDE AND PUUNENE
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
H. R. HITCHCOCK
' Notary Public.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office. CiTQUit Court, 2nd Circuit,
Third Representative Republican
District Have Two Days Ses
sion in Walluku.
LAHAINA GETS CONVENTION
Ancient Sunt of Government will
be Scene of Activity on Sep
tember 5 Will Give Dele
gates Key to the Town
The District Committee of tin
Third Representative District met in
Convention at Yailuku,Monday,Aug.
15 at 10:0(1 a. tn with W. F. Pogue
in the Cluvir. Judge A. N. Kopoikui
was p'ecled temporary cliairman, .),
N. K Ki'ola, temporary secretary,
autl VP. ,1 Coelhn, interpreter.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin and W. l
Pogue wore appointed a committee
of tvn tin credentials. Precincts 2,
Pi koo; fi, Lanai, nnd 15, Ulupalakua
no returns were made, the delegates
not being present. From the 10th
preciiut the proxies of H. A. Bald
win, D C. Lindsay, A. J. Gomes nnd
J. Kaluna were held by Sam Kalama,
H P. Baldwin, T. M. Church res.
In as much as word had been re
ceived that some of the absent dele
gates would bo on hand Tuesday
the meeting was adjourned until 10:00
a. m., Aug. 16-
Tuesday, Aug. 16, The meetlug
was called to order by Temporary
Chairman A. N'. Kcpolkai. After the
roll call and the reading of the minutes
on the previous meeting which
were approved, W. F. Poguo for the
committee on credentials made a
supplementary report of credentials
.vliich :was al&o approved and dele
gates seated. As there wore seven
delegates from Molokai and Lanai
yet to arrivo, an adjournment was
taken until seven o'clock.
7:40 p. sr., Aug. 16.After the
usual preliminaries, Secretary J. N.
K. Keola was called upon by the chair
to report on the absent delegates.
Delegates Keola and Kalama met
the Likelike at Kahului and from
district superintendent of schools
Chas.'E. King learned that delegates
Kaai and Fuller met the steamer at
Hala'wa, but on leaihing that the
committee meeting was held Monday,
decided that as the meeting would
bo over before they could possibly
reach. Wailuku, it would bo a useless
expenditure of time and money to
Hon. H. P: Baldwin suggested that
as there were seven delegates from
Lanai and Molokai absent, the meet
ing adjourn until after the Terri
torial Convention at Hiio. That U
was not advisable to do any work of
a permanent nature without the del
egates from the 1st, 2nd and 4th pre
clncts being present. That as a meet
ing of the Executivo as well as the
district committees would be neces"
sary anyway, why not wait until that
timo and thus save the possibility of
any friction, yet at tho same timo it
would bo advisable for the delegates
present to have their precincts nonv
inato their candidates for Senators
and Representatives, for all other
work would dovetail itself.
Dologato Poguo coincided with the
remarks of Senator H. P. Baldwin,
and if it was not out of order wished
to iutroduced a resolution to go on
the minutes of the meeting befor the
Convention at Hilo. Ho sincerely
hoped that the resolution would re
ceive the unanimous support of the
meeting, that inasmuch as it was tho
Maui delegation, 'which tad nominated.
Kuliiti nt the hist convention and he
hud l)een,i'lei'ted, lie would again be
nominated and elected, he wished the
delegates from Muui to put them
selves on record as rr-fUDDortiin-'
Kuhln, The resolution as ce fried
was us follows:
"Wiikreab. fur the Dnst twovenrs
Jonah K-hio Kalanianaole. a reDub
lieun delegate who represented the
IVrrilory of Hiiwnii In the Couuress.
Wheheab this republican delegate
It.ts done nil uttliin his power for the
iiencllt. f all Ha wnii nei, and
U iikhkas, his efforts has been
crowned with some measure of sue
cess in the face t.f many difficulties.
Be It Beso'.ved. that we. thReo-
uhliean District Committee of Maui.
.Molokai and Lanai unanimously anil
hear lily endorse tho nomination of
JoiihIi Kuhln Knliuiiaunole as ihn nect
Canctidfue for Delegate to Congress.
And that, printed copies of this
rc.-olulion he forwarded so the see
rotary of the Tenltorlal C-mYentlon
in Hilo and to the delegutes of tli
District Committee "
VV. F. POGUE,
Member lltn Precinct
Hon. H. P. Ualdwin ar se and said
that while thw committee meeM.ig
was of a temporary character he
cmld sen no objection to the District
Committee supporting this resolution,
that he would do as he had the honor
to be the Maui delegate who had nom
inated Kuhio at the last convention.
Senator Baldwin said that "he would
also give Kuhio his support, regard
less ti'O rumor here and on Oahu that
others wero after the nomination,and
would oppose Ihe nomination of any
white man, as he believed it only
right and just that the territory
should send good, earnest Hawaiian
to Washington and let them learn by
practical experience that tho Repub
lican Party is the party for Hawaii.
The resolution after being carried
unanimously was given three rousing
cheers and a tiger.
Delegate Scott of the 8th called at
ten tion to the fact that inasmuch as no
new Executive Committee had .b.een
elected, and If it was thought advis
able, business could continue to bo
transacted by the old Executive Com
mlttee until after the meeting at Hilo,
whon the new officials would take
oharge. In support of this ho de
sired to call the attention of the del
egates to Article 2, Section 5 and 6
of the rules and regulations.
Dolegato Pogue raado a motion
that when the present meeting was
ready to close, "adjournment be tak
en to meet at Lahaina, Monday,
Septembers, at tho Court House.''
In supporting this motion ho thought
it wise that the committee meet at as
many different places In the district
as possible; thathehad twopotitlons,
one from Lahaina and ono from Ho
nokohau requesting f nat the conven
tion be held at Lahaina.
Delegate Hennlng ffor Lahaina
pledged that Lahaina would do all in
its power tomako taio expenses of tho
delegates as light .as possible, espe-
peclally thoso from Hana, and would
also see that the delegates from La-
uai and Molokai wore present.
A motion to adjourn being put
It was carried, and tho del
egates immediately got together
with delegate Pogue in tho chair,
for an Informal meeting as to
tho methods oLconducting campaign.
Dolegato Hennlng wished tho va
rious delegations to name thoir can.
didates for Senators and Ropresen
tatives, says that Lahaina had acu
didate for both, but If tho other
candidates were'strongor the Lahal
na contingency would support them,
if not, thopr would expect the support
of their candidates. As the other
delegations Jhad had no opportunity
to confer with the Executive Com
mittee nothing further was done In
this jinatter and t the meeting c.amq
io a cioso.
FEDERAL BUILDIp, CHINA'S CRUISERS i
HARBOR & LIGHTS TO ENFORCE DECREE HAIKU SUGAR 1
WAILUKU ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDS
Washington Asked for Court House,
' Lighthouses, Geodetic Surreys
ane Piotestion to Shipping
at Kahului T '
APPBAL FOR SANATORIUM
D. L. (Meyer Makes An Able Ad-
.'rcs Showing Need ol Imme
diate Action By Citizens.
Tho Wailuku Improvement Assocl-
rtiimt met Thursday evening at tho
Court Huse to hear the reports of
the various committees. In the ab
sence of Chairman Kepoikai, Judge
The Dumping Ground Committee
reported that a sa'isfactory sito had
been seleeted,aiid funds to the amount
of about $55.00 had beon collected so
far, but tliat $40.00 was still needed.
Mr. Lufkin for the committee would
be pleased to accept any subscrip
tions from those present to make up
Judge McKay, chairman of the
4'emetery Committee, reported tne
finding of the aocuments ot the old
ceinetery'associatlon. Only two re-
siionses had been received to the ad
vertisement calling upon holders of
deeds to burial lots to communicate
with him. More time was granted.
VV. J. Coelho for the Tree Planting
Committee reported that he would
c.iake application to tho Department
of Agriculture and Forestry for 2000
to 3000 plants to be distributed to
various individuals between Maalaea
and Walluku, Waihee and Kahului.
He would also ask the Superinten
dent of Public Works for maps of the
roads of this districts. .
Executive Committee-Nono of the
members were present but it was
learned that In response to the Act
ing Governor's telegram for recom-mehd&liops-
for Federal improve
ment, they had forwarded the fol
Idwfng: A Courthouse at Walluku to accom
all necessary Federal offices to cost
$75000.00; Lighthouses atall points on
Molokai and Maui, and the repairing
of tho Lahaina light; that now
Geodetic surveys bo njade of the
coasts and an appropriation of
$250,000.00 for a breakwater at
Kahului. Assurance was given that
if this breakwater-was built, al nec
essary wharves would be built out to
,tho doop water anchorago of vessels
of the heaviest draft now entering
tho port of Kah'u(ui
W. J. Coelho was Appointed a com
mittee of one to co jfor with tho Dis
trict Postal Inspector at Houolulu
as to tho possibility of rural free de
livery. A vote of thank" was extended to
Messrs Bal and Harry for tho good
work performed by them in getting
tho town clock running. W. iS. Bui
was appointed to care for tho same.
A nvUlon was made for a Recep
tion Commltto to arrange for the on-
tortaiument and reception and to bo
tondered Governor Carter on his ar
rival on Maui, carried and the chair
man will appoint a representative
of prominent citizens.
' D. L. Meyers made a stirring ad
dress on tho needs of Maul for t
Sanatorium for comsumptives and
vividly protrayed tho intense suffer
ing of the afflicted and family, and
appealed to the citizens.of Maui to
take immediato action as another of
Maui's young daughters had just
been pronounced a victim of this
The News regrets that it cannot
publish this address verbatum tlu
week, but promises . its readers to
1 1 1 1 . i . . it ' " i -
-vo uia Yiitu iarb w iug uuiti issue,
Will compel Russian Cruisers in P 9Q CTDC
Neutral Polls lo Leave or Disarm K;? M j
Belrolliel of Grand Duke ,, ' 9
1 Michael jl
Wife of Chief Justice Fuller of
Supreme Bench Dead Port
Arthur Situation Desperate
London, Aug. 10- Grand. Duke
Michael, brother to the Czar is be
trothed to princess Montinetro.
Washington', Aug. 19 The wife of
Chief Justice Fuller of the Supreme
Jench of the United States is dead.
Louisville, Aug. 19 C. E. Shiverly
of Indiana has been chosen for Su
preme Chancellor of the Knighjts of
Shanghai, Aug. ID Chinese squad
ron expect to enforce decree of
government re Bussian cruisors.
Shanghai, Aug. 19 Tho Russian
cruiser Askola. will bo allowed to re
main in this port until August 23,
when a day notice will' be. given her
to leave or disarm. '
St. Petersburg, Aug. 19 It is un
derstood that Russia recognizes
American and British differentiation
between conditional and absolute con
traband. Boston. Mass.. August 18. Gen
eral Blackrhar was today eledted as
the new commander In chief of the
G. A. R.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Agust 15.
The cruisers of theRussian Baltic
fleet have received sailintr orders and
some havo already left Cronstadt.
BerliD, Germany, August 15. The
crows of tho Czarevitch and other
Russian ships making tho port have
been detained at Kiaochau uutll the
end of tho war.
Peking, China, August 15. Tho
Russian Govorhmeht charges China
with complicity in the Ryeshitelni af
fair. Tokio, Japan, August 15. The Jap
anese have rescued and landed at
Sasebo 600 of the Russian cruiser
Constantinopole, Turkey, August
15. Tho American squadron has left
Tokio, August 15. Tho cruisers
Rossia and Gromoboi fled northward
badly damaged. Injuries to tho Jap
anese fleet were slight. Tho Japanese
victory restores commerce.
Prince Hiroyasu was slightly injur
ed aboard the Mikasa on tho 10th.
Liaoyang, Aug. 14. Twelve Jap
neso regiments have left in tho direc
tion of Port Arthur. Tho Mikado has
ordered tho taking of that fortress
This necessitates the suspension of
operations in Manchuria,
Chcfoo, Aug. 14. Roliablo Informa
tion has been received that a genoral
attack on Port Arthur has beguu.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 14. The Port
Arthur situation is regarded as des
The Persian frontier is closed on ac
count ot cholora.
Harbin, Aug. 14. Admiral Alexleff
Is en route to Vladivostok.
Nemuro, Aug. 14. Russian soldiers
In Kamchatka massacred 87 of the
crew of tho Japanese schooner Telchl.
Shanghai, Aug. 14. The Russian
cruiser Grozovl has been ordered to
leave hero or disarm. It is ex pected
that the Askold will dock at Woosung.
London, Aug. 14. The torpedo des
troyer Decoy was sunk in a collision
at tho Soilly Isles. Tho crew was
Tho bark Invorklp was sunk off
Fastnct in a collision with tho Loch
orra. Twenty of tho crew wen
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