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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1904
Attorney at Law
And Notary Public
LAHAINA, . . MAUI
AlTOUNEY AT LAW ,
Attokney at Law
Notary Public and. Agent to Grant
W. P. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
" WAILUKU. MAUI,
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
' First National Bank
j ' attorney at law
General Business & Collection Agent
LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
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Welcomes the Arrival of Governor
Carter, Secretary Atkinson
EVENTS OF THE WEEK'S TOUR
Lunus And Crowds Along The
luine Hall Tlio Governor's
Ou Saturday evening, the Wailuku
Decoration Committee waved its mag
ic wand, and our beautiful little
town sprang intojadded light and
loveliness, to welcome the approach
of Governor Carter and suite.
Ou leaving Lahaina on Friday
morning tho Governor's party pro
ceoded to tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Senrloof Honolua, where
a big crowd, a bountiful luau and
gonuino Maui welcome awaited them,
Mr. and Mrs. Searle had been ap
pointed a committee of two to
range tho details of the Governor's
reception, and with the generous
assistance of the residents of Hono
lua and Honokohau Districts, it is
needless to say that a reception
worthy of the occasion awaited tho
arrival of tho distinguished guests,
Tho day was spent iu speech making
and festivities, and canly on Satur
day morning tho party started on
horseback via Kahakuoloa and "Wai
heo for Wailuku. Alter a critical
examination of tho proposed road
around tho north, end of the Island,
and a cursory examination of tho
lands, somo 5000 acres, which will be
thrown open to settlers by tho com
pletion of the road, the party made
their first haLt at the little settle
ment in Kahakuoloa Valley, where
they wore mat by the entire popu
lace, vith music, feasting and
geniuno alohas. Somo timo was
spent here and Governor Carter ad
dressed tho people 'of the valley
pointing ont what the government
would liko to do in tho mattor of de
veloping this section of Maui.
"Boots and saddles" too soon
sound.ed, and tho party resumed
theic route over tho precipitous trail
to Waihee, where another crowd
!nd luau awaited them. The after
noon was spent at Waihee and R. C.
Searlo turned ovor the party to the
Wailuku Reception Committee, sound
in body, wind, limb, soul and con
science. Meantime olaboralo preparations
had been made to recolvo the guests
during their brief stsiy In Wailuku.
High Street, from the IivA Hotel to
the Courthouse wa3 a bi'aizo of Chinese
lanterns, and the Courthouse was
brilliantly illuminated ana! jrucofully
draped with tho national aud terri
torial colors. Company I., N. G.
H,, undor command of Captain W. E.
Bal wore mustered in full forco, nd
at G:30 p. m. marched down Mivrkei
Street to tho bridge, where tho.y a
waited tho arrival of our guests
EDMUND H, HART
Notary Pubi.io, Conveybncek and
Agent to Grant Mahriagie License
Office' Circuit Corut, 2nd! Circuit
MOSES K. NAKUINA
For tho Island ol Silolokai
Soon a long line of carriages, glitter
ing with lights and fluttering with
flags and bunting camo winding down
the hill from Waiheo. The first car
nage, containing Governor Carter
dtovo on the bridge, between the
opon ranks of Company I., who
greeted his arrival with threo cheer
and a iuncle full of tigers. It had
bee-n intended that tho entire pro
cession of carriages should pass do
corously between the opened ranks
of Company!., but Governor Carter
interrupted tho program by halting
his carriage, and descending as soon
as ho had passed tho Company. Re
turning to the bridge, he in a brief
but courteous and eloquent speed
relumed his thanks for the military
display in his honor, adding tho Maui
was the first to thus honor him. Then
led by Company I., the cortego pro
ceeded to tho Courthouse, where the
Company was again drawn up in lino
to receive him. 'Hero tho regular
program would have been to enter
tho Courthouse and indulge in hand
shaking, after Judge Kepoikai in
graceful speech had introduced the
Governor to the assembled orowd
But the unmanageable Governor,
instead of meekly following tho 'pro
gram, turned away from the Court'
house at tho end of Judge Kepoikai's
remarks, and again approached Co.
I., bearing in his hand a suspicious
looking bundle. It seemed at first as
if ho intended to hurl a dynamite
bomb into tho seried ranks of tho mil
itary, to test their courage, but in
stead ho unwrapped his bundloand dis
played tho shining folds of an elegant
flag which he presented to Company
I., with a stirring speech in which ho
urged the boys to always be' ready to
either live or die for the honor of
"Old Glory." In an oloquont ro
sponse, Lioutenant S. Keliinoi of
Company I. accepted tho magnificent
gift, and pledged every man in his
company to sacredly protect and
stand by tho colors.
At tho conclusion of this impressive
ceremony, the Governor and party
were escorted into the Courthouse
where warm, informed greetings
wore extended to them to which
Governor Carter and Secrotary At
kinson responded iu briof speeches.
Although evidently much fatigued
with his journoy, tho inspiring sur
roundings roused Governor Carter to
ono of his happiest offorts. After a
pleasant allusion to his trip to Hawa
ii and tho cordial reception ho mot
there, ho thanked tho people of Maui
for a liko generous reception. Ho
briefly explained the object of his vis
it to be for tho purpose of ascer
taining the actual needs of Maui, so
that the Government could act 'intel
ligently in awarding appropriate re
lief. He then congratulated Wailuku
on the example hero set, in two re-
spects. First, the local improve
ment association had demonstrated
tho go-ahcadativoness of Maui, and
second, tho action of the Maui mem
bers of the legislature in securing ap
propriations, especially for a school
building was to bo praised. Ho
touched on 'the past extravagance of
tho government, where tho abun
dance of our income had made us
careless of tho pennies, and promised
that in tho future due economy so far
as is consistent with public needs, shall
bo the rule of the administration,
rather than an effort to increase tho
amount of our revenue. He specially
congratulated Wailuku on its fine
schoo building and stated that Maui
had set the pace in this direction,
and that every legislature horoafter
would bo asked for a school building
until all tho other islands had emu-
laieu xuaui. xno loss or former re
venues has hampered, tho govern
ment but our present? revenue is a
little, over $2,000,000, and by strict
economy it will suffice. So far as
bones aro concerned, it is only fair to
allow posterity to help bear the bur
dens of expenses for those improve
ments of which they reap tho princi
pal share, but it is not fair to load
do wibur children in tbo future -with
uiucuieauess ior wnicn tnoy receive
no benefit. With a brief allusion to tho
enforced reduction of teachers' sal
aries, and an explanation of tho pres
ent status of tho fisheries question
tho Governor "yielded tho rostrum
to Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson who
humorously defined his position as to
kickers. "Look at Hilo," said he,
"tho averago Hiloito is a natural
born kicker, and as a result the roads
on Hawaii are tar better than any
that can bo found ou Maui." Tho
Secrotary strongly advised a moder
ate amount of kicking, adding that
tho presont tour is ono for enlight.
eument, and asked that all who have
needs should make it a point to dis
cuss them with the visiting officials.
The mooting -then adjourned and
our visitors, sonlo as tho guests of
Judge Kepoikai and others as the
guests of Mr. C. B. Wolls, dispersed,
for much ntoded rest.
On Sunday morning the Governor
and party drovo up to Kulamauu, tho
country residence of J. p. Cooko in
Kula, and spent tho day and night.
On Monday a trip was mado to tho
PoUpoli springs and a visit was paid
to Ulupalak.ua. On Monday after
noon the party left for Makawao. Be
fore thoy reached Keokea, however,
thoy were mot by a cavalcade of over
a hundred Hawaiians on horseback
and escorted to Keokea where tW
round a bountiful luau awaiting them
After tho luau tho Governor- anc
u' tJnrty jfera caueo. upon
for addresses on topics pertinent to
tho Kula District. Governor Carter
and party wore honntt.nhiv nn.
- v p - ...v. j V,IUtl'
taiued for the night at tho residence
of Mr. Edgar Morton.
On Wednesday morning tho party
proceeded to Paia, incidentally visit
ing tho Paia School and Maunaolu
Seminary at each of which places
tho Governor was invited to address
the pupils. The evening and night
were spent by tho party as the guests
of Manager D. C. Lindsay of Paia
Plantation, whero they wore given
a reception worthy both of them and
of thoir whole-souled host. As bi"
luau had originally been planned to
bo held at Paia or Hamakuapoko,
butjowing to the recent death of S,
r. Alexander, tho festivities
On Thursday tho party left for
Huclo, via Hamakuapoko, Peahi 'and
othor points on tho
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wnoro tne party wore cntortainod
with luaus and responed with speech
es. On arriving at Huelo, wh ore tho
nigntwas spent an elaborate luau
wai found awaiting them, and a
largo crowd had assembled to meet
tho Governor and hear him discuss
civic improvements on Central and
East Maul. Early yesterday morn
ing tho party left for Jileauao via
Kailua. After an er.jo;yablo rido
over tno new ditch read tho party
reached Keanae where, thoy were
metbyan immense, turnout of citi
zens and wero royally entertained
with such a luau as tho Koanao folks
wen know hew to pu-oparo. Speech
making and a general jolly good timo
followed until t,"ne cruests retired for
for tho much needed rest which will
uttnemior their long ride .through
Nahiku to Raua, where they lill be
received 'And entqrtained tonight.
ON PACIFIC COAST
Tlie Cruiser Korea Puis Into lisquifflanlt
and tlic Lena to be Dismantled
in San Fiascisco
ADDITION TO ITALY'S ROYALTY
Japanese Will Transfer Liaoyang
Peninsular to China Thus
Making Port Arthur
An Oi'EN Port.
(Latest Despatches Uy Wjrelcss.)
SHANGHAI, Sept. 16. The Japanese
Government is determined to frustrate
the departure of the Russian cruisers
Askold and Grouioboi.
3IUKDKK,Sept.l6. The panic caused
by the reported march of the Japanese ar
my and which allayed business has been
resumed , The Japanese army lost forty
thousand killed and wounded in one
uay s lighting. Twelve thousand wound
ed Russians re being hospitably treated
.uuis.uoN, Sept. 16. The Japanese
ovejumeut intends to transfer the Liao
yn'.ig Peninsular to China, thus making
jt'ort Arthur an open port.
VICTORIA, B, C, Sept. 'i6. The Brit
ish warship Grafton has returned to port
and brings, news that the Russian cruiser
Korea is off the northern coast of Van
couver and is expected to arrive at lis
RACCONIZI, Italy, '.Sept. 16. Queen
Ileleiu; gave birth to a son today.
NE,W YORK, Sept. 16. A great storm
lsragmjr ou the Atlantic coast. Lives
ouc property are being lost and many
shipwrecks are occurring.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. The Rus-
sum cruiser Lena which put into San
Ifrancisco for repairs, has bceu granted
permission to remain in the port of Sau
Francisco and dismantle.
PARIS, Prance, Sept. 14.- It is re
ported that the Russian cruiser Korea is
about due at an American port on the'
SAN .TRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 14.
The captain of the Russian cruiser Lena
visited the Mare Island 'Navy Yard to
day, where the ship may tie dismantled.
VI.CTORIA, 1!. C Sept. '14. The Brit
ish warship Grafton has been ordered to
pro'tect British shipping.
'aT. PETERSBURG, Russia,' Sept. 14.
The Russians arc fortifying Tie Pass.
GIBRALTAR, Sept 14. Officers from
a Russian cruiser have boarded the British
OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 14. Con-
sul 'General McWndc 'at Canton, China,
has been removed by the President.
VLADIVOSTOK, Siberia, Sept. 14.
The Russian prize court has released the
stenmer Calchas. The cargo of flour,
cot ton, timber, consigned to the Japanese,
ha 3 been confiscated.
MONTEVIDEO, Sept. 13. Savaria,
c'nief of the Uruguayan insurgents is
"Iead. Peace negotiations have begun.
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 13. The Nato
ma winery has burned. The loss is 300,
000. NEW YORK, Sept. 13. Eight have
been killed herein a tenement house fire.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 13. A re
port that the Chinese are preparing to
occupy the territory conquered by the
Japanese is causing uneasiness here.
CHEl'OO, Sept. 13. Three hundred
thousand Chinese are engaged upon Jap
anese entrenchments between Port Arthur
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 13. The Inter-Parliamentary
Union in session here has
passed resolutions urging the Powers to
intervene in the present war and askiug
President Roosevelt to use his influence
towards having the quarrel referred to
The Hague tribunal.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 13 The
Government has received no official ad
vices tending to confirm the alarmist
stories now afloat. The only fact of in
terest is that rains are suspending the
MUKDEN, Sept. i3.-he Japanese
are within twenty-one milss of Ihis city.
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