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----WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OC TOBER 8,1904
NUMBER -8 A
Attorney at Law
And Notary Pubmo
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
DANIEL Ii: CASE
- Attorney at Law
'J; M. VIVAS
' ATTORNEY AT LAW
First Nationai BANic
Wt. VV. r . oiwviiuj- j.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wailuku, ' r '
0. W. ASHFOKU -
Attorney & Counsellor
at Law -
Attorney at Law
Notary Public and Agent to Grant
pat a MAUI
in. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 A. M.
2 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 r,
m. Hospital 10 a. m.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D,'
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Eye, 1 ar. Nose and Throat
Office Hours: 8 to 11. a. m., 1 to 3
p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
Kuihelani Homestead, Wailuku.Maui
PlIYSlOIAN & SDR0E0N
Ofilcc Hours at Puunene Hospital
7:30 tO'8:30 A: M. and 5 to G P. M.
Otherwise by appointment only
DR.' WM. 'G .' ROGERS
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Rooms 33-34 'Alexander, Young
Building, ' Honolulu
Phone Mam No. 18. ,
A. B. OLARkC, D. D. S. P. F. FREAR, D. D. S
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Molntyro Bide. Fort and King.
8 A. M. to 4 P. M. Honolulu, II. T
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Sunnysideand Puunene
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
H. R. HITCHCOCK
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Corut, 2nd Circuit
I&I0SES K. NAKUINA
Notary Public .
For the Jsjaiul of Molokai . .
GRAND FESTIVAL GIVEN AT KUAl)
IMMENSE CROWDS ATTEND
Nearly 100 First Communicants
" Generous Hospitality of Pala
The Church 6f Our Blessed Lady
of Rosary at Ktiau, Paia, was the
scene1 of Very beautiful and impres
sive ceremonies on last Sunday; that
occasion being the anniversary of the
Feast' of tHe Rosary-
Special trains were run from all
points on the K. R. R. Co.'s line, in
eluding Kihoi, to Paid, and an im
menso congregation, principally of
Portuguese, assembled to attend the
services and take part in the pro
cession in honor of Our Lady of the
Rosary. The services began at 8:30
a. m., with Holy Mass by Rev
Father Uharles, followed by a spe
cial sermon in Portuguese addressed
the children who were about to cele
brate their first Holy Communion
Ninety five children of whom forty
were boys aud fifty five wero girli
were participants. At the conclu
sion of thero' services, the children
were'ushored two long tables spread
in the church yard with a bountiful
feast of delicious food, supplemented
by ten gallons of milk through the
thoughtfuluess and generosily of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, music for the
intermission being furnished by the
Wailuku Brass Band which had
kindly volunteered its services for
At 11 o'clock High Mass was cele
brated by Father Justin, who de
livered an eloquent sermon in Porta
guese, the topic being Our Blessed
Lady of the Rosary, tho ,sermon con
trasting her divine attributes and her
helpful personal attributes.
It was 12.30'p. m. when the services
closed, and the immense and hungry
audience gathered about the church
yard. They did not remain hungry
long however, for the over generous
members of the congregation had pre
pared substantial food enough for
everyone, and immesetrays,of bread,
meat, cakes aud fruit were distribut
ed, until evqryoneiwas more than sat
isQed, with pleuty left. Two immense
barrels of iced lemonade were served
with the food.
At two o clock everything was in
readiness for the procession iu bqnor
of Our Lady of tlio Rosary, which
slowly emerged from the church ana
wound its way across the trrassy lawn
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to the sea beach not far distant. The
young communicants marched at the
head of the processions followed by
an "army with banners" of the lady
members of the church, and they by
many other who joined tho procession,
while hero and there holy images
were borne on, the shoulders of the
devout men of tho congregation
Tho. procession was sqme two hundred
yards in length, and presented an
On reaching the sea beach tho
Miscrare was sung aud prayers of
fered for those who havo lost their
lives at sea, and devotions wore
renewed to our Lady of tho Rosary.
The procession then returned to
the church and thq congregation
was dismlsed from a day pf tho
roughly enjoyable devotion.
A picture of tho young commu
nicants was taken between services
m tho morning, the boys arrayed in
neat black coats aud white trousers,
with a white badge about tho left
arm, and tho little girls all in white
and adorned with long graceful veils,
making a beautiful and touchiug pict
ure of our future American citizens
and their wiyes, when a few more
years havo repened them Into men
There wero a number of prominent
people from central Muln present
and the generous courtesy and hos
pitality which thoy experienced at
the hands of the Portuguese citizens
of Paia, Mbkawao and Hamakuapoko
will not bo soon forgdtten.
Kuau Church was founded eighteen
years ago, and has been in charge of
Father Charles, a devout and
energetic priest, since last Novem
It waS fdrmerly it! charge of Father1
James, who was at much expense in
decorating and furnishing the church
and altar, over $6000 having been
spent for the latter purpose. It is
to bo exceedingly regretted that
much of the costly, imported wood
used for the altar has been seriously
ravaged by Island insects, from whoso
depredations it seems impossible te
The festivitios of tho day in con
nection with tho procession, although
given at the church, and udder the
auspices of tho Mission weroi really
given by the prominent Portuguese
citizens of Paia, Hamakuapoko, Ma
kawao and Puunene. Two commit
tees on preparations and. reception
ono from Hamakuapoko, consisting
of A. M. Scipeira, J. Sauza, J. N.
Seipeira and J. J. Mattos, and one
from Paia, consisting of N. Nunes,
John Medeiros, M. S. Doponto, Ca
pellas and John Sousa, wero appoint
ed to arraugo for the day, and it was
to their zeal and energy, as well as
to the gonerous and liberal donations
by tho up country Portuguese "citi
zens that tho affair proved to' com
plete a success.
Sanitation on Maul,
L. E. Pinkham, president of the
Board of Health, arrived on tho.S.' S,
uiaucune Wednesday morning on a
tour of inspection as to, tho sanitary
conditions of the various islands.
During the forenoon he visited Va'
rious paints making a most thorough
investigation of conditions, ds they
exist and the proper remedies ueces
sary to improve them.
President Pinkham wjll take in
not only all hospitals, public and prl
vate, but will look into the sanitary
conditions of the various towns and
Mr. Pinkham will remain on Maui,
until tho arrival of the KiuaU next
Tuesday when ho will continug on, to
This is his first visit to Maui as an
official of Territory and naturally he
wished to thoroughly acquaint him
self with tho local conditions thus
being better able to copo with any
questions, relatlvo to Maui, which
might come up before tho Board.
In speaking of the settlement and
tho applications of tho nominees on
the various tickets, to be permitted
to visit and speak to tho people, Mr.
Pinkham said that he felt fully,. justi
fied Iu refusiug to grant the permis
sion asked for and had done so in're-
spective of any politics..
To those of the candidates who ap
plied personally for the nccesaa'ry
permit ho courteously explained his
position and remarked that one and
all had as fast as tbo matter was
thoroughly looked into acquiesed.
Since him incumbency as Presidout
of the Board, Mr. Pinkham has beon
untiring in his efforts to' obtain some
material assistance for the settle
ment, and Congress will again be
asked to lend fiuanclalaid toward the
butlalng of hospltals for the care and
examination of patients,
STONB MASONS PAU.
Seven stone masons quit work on
tho now school house last Thursday
It was not a case of difference be
tween the contractor Jordan and the
masons, or a strike, but a case of
completion of their part of tho work.
Ono man will bo kept ou for a time
"cleaning dp" ilnd painting up Ihe
A radical chango In lighting, which
will be a great Improvement, will be
mado by taking out the cleats, tech
nlcally known as Louvers In tho six
windows oh both sides, substituting
frames of glass htihg either on hing
es or dpivotj thus giving a bdttcr
light without sacrificing ventilation.
Contractor Jordan on being asked
when he expected to have the build
ing completed, would not state posi
tively, but hoped that iu another
thirty days time it wouid bo ready
for acceptance by tbo Board of
FELL FROM WAGON.
Iokua, a Hawaiian, suffered sovoro
injury on Tueaday afternoon by fall
rig from a wagon, the wheols ol which
ran over his left wrist and ankl o
lacerating the flesh and crushing
the bones of his arm and leg.
He was driving a plantation wagon
from Wailuku to Waiheo, and when
just berond the big cut the accident
happened .Another native took
charge of the team, and Mr, Hugh
Coke, who happened to bo passing
summoned assistance. Tho plan
tation office, the'Sheriff's offico and
Mr. Frank Summerfield, head luna
at-Walhee, wero notified by tele
phone, and assistance soon arrived
Tho injiured man was convey ed in
a hacWto the tibs'pital where he is
being treatedhis injuries. .
AN AMENDED OFFER.
By Wednesday's steamer a lottor
came from Honolulu to tho Stars
amending the conditions under which
the Mailes will play, the Star team.
Tho present proposition modifies
their ttrst offer to( tho Stars of ex
penses to play one game to $150.00
for two games ahd tho Stars pay
their own expenses.
Such a, liberall offer as this to
the team which holds tho best record
of all tho nines ot the islands should
bo passed up by the' Starw without
If tho.. Mailes mean business let
thqm stick Jo thelr.original offor at
least. , . , .
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,FRJQG6 FOi COAST
Honolulu Oct, 4 The oil steamer,
Argyll, when she ails tomorrow, will
have the distinction of taking away
the first large shipment of Island
frogs. She will carry no less than a
hundred ; dozen fat, green, sweet-
voiced batraChlans who are destined
to sootho the demands of mainland
gourmands, with ther te'nder hind
kickers. Tho frogs are held captive
in two largo crates the tops of which
are furnished .with', wire notting?
DEVELOPMENT is tho watch-
word of tho,,age. aud tho Maui News,
published at Wailuku, is ra pidly com
ing to the front as one of tho most
progressive weoklies in tUo Islands.
Like tho TRIBUNE, Editor Robert
son has secured a wireless sorvlce on
Fridays which euables him to print
tho latest dispatches up to tho hour.
of publication Saturday morning!
Tho paper has evolved from'a four to
a six-page edition,' the planthasbeen
removed into' more commodious quar
ters and enhanced with a drum
Uyllndcr press, Hllo TribtuiQ,
RUSSIAN ARMY "
' EVACUATE MUKDEN.
Japanese Squadron Thought To Be Damaged
By Stopm. Canadian-A ustralian
Reduce Steamer Fares.
Damon's Murderer Found Guilty,
Portuguese Army in West Africa Surprised-Cortelyou To Be
Postmaster General-Sculptor Bartholdi Dead
(Special Wireless to News.)
Honolulu Oc. 7. Sugar 96 test
4:255 Beets 11 shillings 3,3-4 pence.
St. Petersburg Oct.7-Tho activities
at Mukden indicate that the Russian
Army are preparing to. evacuate.
St Petersburg Oct. 7.-A report re
ceived to the effect that tho Port
Arthur squadron havo mado another
sortie is received with some credit
Mukden Oct. 7,-Thoro is an un
usual bustle here, the streets are
crowded with carts and mules teams.
There is something in tho wind.
Honolulu Oct. 7,-At 5.25 p. m.
Yesterday after deliberating for over
an hour the jury in tho Jose Miranda
trial returned a verdict of guilty in
the first degree.
Honolulu Oct. 7,-At the request of
the Hawaii Promotion Committee the
Canadian-Australian steamers have
reduce.d thoir first class rates to
$100.00 for the round trip.
Cheefoo Oot. 6. -The Japanese squad
ron is thought to have been damaged
by a stbrm in tho Yellow Sea.
San Francisco, Oct. 5. Senator
Fairbanks, who is making a' stumping
tour, has turned eastward,
Mukden, Oot. 5. Skirmlshos on
Kuropatkln's front indicate a for
ward movement by Oyama.
St. Petersburg, Oct, 5,-Kuroki's
forces have been located at Bentsia
putze. Their position is unchanged.
Nodzu is at Yental and Oku west of
Vladivostok, Oot, 5.-Everytbing is
quiet here and the people aro return
ing, Salt is scarce. The navigation.
of tho Amur will scon close.
Manila, Oct.1 5.-Gon. Wade sails for
homo on the .transport Thomas about
the middle of thouionth. Gen. Wood
will command until the arrival of Gen.
Washington, Oct. 5 Cortelyou will
succeed Payne iu December as Post
Boston, Oct. 5. Moody will pro
bably sucoeed Hoar in tho Senate.
Lisbon, Portugal, Oc.t. fi. The
Portuguese force operating in We3t
Africa-' against tho Puanbanas was
surprised. Two. hundred and fifty-
' Berlin, Oct. d.-Sovpa hundred Jap
anese refugees from Russia have ar
Peking. Oot, 4.-Fears of a Boxer
uprising in tho Shantung province
Mukden, Oot, 4A slight skirmish
occurcd oh tho second, tho Japanese
retiring aftor tbo engagement.
' St. Petersburg, Oot. 4.Tho posi
tion of Kuroki's army "remains un
changed, Marshal Oyama is with tho
Washington, D. C. October 4.
Postmaster General Honry C. Payne
died hero today. Ho had been suffer
ing for a week with heart diseaso, and
alarm was left several days ago.. He
railed, however until today, when a
relapse came and death ensued.
Paris, France, Oct. 4. The sculp
tor Bartholdi is dead,
Adenn, Oct. 4 Tho Somali Mullah
has attacked tho Ogadain tribe kill
ing" 600 and capturing many camels
Chofoo, Oct,, Standing-wa tinj
ned meats are nearly exhausted at
Port Arthur. Thirty donkoys are
killed daily. Meat Is $1.20 a pound
and eggs are twenty cents each
Atlanta, Oot. 4. Six men havo
been buried in a minoatCartersville,
New York, Oct. 4; AdmiraiCogh
lan has succeeded Admiral Rodger?
in command at the Navy Yard.
Washington, Oct. 4. Surgeon Gen
eneral O'Reilly's report, says that
there is a possible cure for leprosy, i
Berlin. Geamany, Oct.4-!-Seven
hundred Japaneso refugees have ar-.
rived hero from Russia.
Tokio, Oct. 4. The now military
xu uua uggu ucumcu r v? . . '
Las Vegas, Now Mexico, Oct. 3.-
Half of the town of Watrous has been
destroyed by floods. Twelve persons
wero drowned. The loss Is $100,000.
Watrous is a station on theTopoka
and Santa Fe Railroad, about, ton
miles northeast; of Las Vegas. Its
population is in the hundreds. '
San Francisco, Oct. 3. A score of
persons wero thrown from a streot
car here. Ono was killed another
receiving fatal injury, and thirteen
wore severely injured.
Boston, Oct. 3. The floor of the
Catholic church at Adams collapsed,
precipitating fifty of the worshipers
into tho basement. Twelve wero inr
Rome, Oct, 3.. An earthquake ac
cotnpanipa by rain's has boen
experienced in Southern Italy.
London, Oct. 3. Lady Curzon, who
recently undorwent an operation, is
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