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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1905.
Janiel h. case
tt . Attorney at Law
WAILUKU : : : MAUI
W. P. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J. JM. VIVAS
' . ATTORNEY AT LAW
offices: kupoikai i1locic
ffAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
? C. II DICKEY
Attorney and Csuncellor at Law
37 8. King St. HONOLULU.
Business from Maul people es-
Du. JOHN WEDDICK,
,'. 9 to 10 A.M.. 2 to 4 P.M.,
7 to 8 i. m. Hospital 10 a. m.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Sunnysideand Puunene
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Tublic, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Corut, 2nd Circuit
P.I Notary Public.
MOSES K. NAKUINA.
For the Island of Molokai
H. R. HITCHCOCK
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In Blue Serge
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Also White Duck Pants
.if and Vests, Linen Dusters
if,,. and everything else in the
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of Drugs or Medicine is a
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REPUBLICANS WILL MEET
IN CONVENTION MAY 20
Dates For Primaries And Election Of Delegates
Set-Extra Session 0ft Legislature May
First-Commissioner' Neill On Maui.
MRS. CRAVEN GOES
Peru Preparing For War Our GovcrnorgTo Confer With
Secretary Tait Los Angeles Will Hold A Worlds
The sub-committee of the Repub
lican Exec. Com of Maui met at
the oflico of Judge A. N. Kcpoikai,
the presiding chairman. Those
present were Judge A. N. Kcpoikai,
chairman; J. N. K. Keola, secre
tary; Judge McKay representina
Wailuku district, J. J. Newcombe
of Lahaina, Edgar Morton, upper
Makawao, and T. M. Church, lower
Makawao districts. The object of
the meeting was to consider the
time and place for the nominations,
primaries and Republican Conven
tion. Saturday, May 6th, was de
cided upon for the precinct clubs to
meet and receive the nominations
for delegates to be elected at the
precinct election one week later,
May 13. These delegates will be
called together in the county con
vention to be held at Wailuku on
Saturday afternoon, May 20. Im
mediately after the County Con
vention, which will place in nomin
ation the county officers to be
elected June 20, the precinct dele
gates will meet to appoint their
Calls number one and two are
published in this issue.
J. M. Hiihii, endorsed by the
Precinct Club as jailer, at Lahaina
received the further endorsement
of the sub-committee of the execu
Extra Session May First
Honolulu April 22. Governor
Carter this morning announced
decisively that the extra session
of the Legislative will open on
May 1. The Governor will prob
ably leavo for the Coast in the
Alameda June 8 and meet Secre
tary of War Taft in San Francisco.
Ho will then return with the Taft
party in.tho steamship Manchuria,
which leaves San Francisco July
With regard to the nomination
of three new Commissioners of
Public Instruction to take the
place of C. L. Hopkins, Mrs.
Elizabeth Van Clove Hall and
J. S. B. Pratt, whoso appointments
the Senate yesterday refus-ed to
rnttify, the Governor stated that
it was necessary for him to take
speedy action. He intended to
confer with Superitendent of Pu
blic Insrtuction Davis about the
matter. A number of names had
been suggested to him, but ho had
not come to any decision yet.
Secretary Rodgnrs Resigns.
Honolulu April 24 Dr. Rodger's
resignation as secretary to the
Hoard of Education was presented
to the board this morning and E. W.
Estep was appointed to fill the va
cancy, The doctor's resignation
was accepted to take effect Juno
30, and Estep will begin to serve
on July 1. The new secretary has
been connected with the school de
partment as a teacher, for about
18 years on Hawaii and Oahu.
TO THE ASYLUM
Ho is also an attorney at law
has had business experienc.
Dr. Peterson Superintendent.
Honolulu April 19. Dr. Peter
son was selected by the Board of
Health yesterday afternoon as Su
perintendent of the Oahu Insane
Asylum to succeed the late Di. II.
C. Sloggett. Dr. Peterson has long
been connected with public health
matters and is regarded as a com
petent man to adminster the affairs
of the institution.
Labor Commissioner's Mission
Honolulu, April 25. Labor
Commissioner Neill will' leave to
day for Maui where Ire will investi
gate the plantatyTo1 labor system
for the United States government.
Mr. Neil, before his appointment
as commissioner, was professor of
economics in the Catholic Univer
sity at Washington. He is an
agreeable man, a personal friend
Call No. I.
COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRITORY OF HA WAII
We do hereby call the Republican Pre
cinct Clubs of the County of Maui to meet
on Saturday, the 6th day of May, A. D.
1905, to nominate delegates to be elected
at a primary election to be held on Satur
day, the 13th day of May, A. D. 1905, for
the purpose of attending a Republican
County Convention to be held at Wailuku
at 1 o'clock ;p. in., Saturday, the 20th
day of lay, A. D. 1905, for the purpose
of nominating candidates for County
offices for the County of Maui
Said delegates to the County Conven
tion are to meet in a district convention
representing their several districts imme-
diately upon the adjournment of the
County Convention, and nominate candi
dates for district offices.
Per Order of the Sub-Executive Com
mittee. J. N. K. KEOLA, Secy..
3rd Rep. Dist. Committee.
April 29. May 6, 13.
NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO WHICH EACH PRECINCT IS ENTITLED.
KA HELUNA O NA ELELE A KELA AME KEIA MAHELE KOHO E KO
Heluna o na
. - 26,
of the President and he takes i.
deep interest in the problems of the
Speaking of his mission to a re
porter of a San Francisco paper.
Mr. Neill said:
"While I nuturally have the
greatest confidence in the work
being done in Honolulu by my as
sistant, Mr. Clark, I feel that it
would not be quite right for mo to
base my future report to the Presi
dent on a report of another, es
pecially when it will concern con
ditions 2000 miles away find of
great importance to the people of
the United Statey. As a govern
ment official I do not deem it
proper, at this early date, to make
any forecast as to what action may-
bo taken by Congress at its coming
meeting, but I feel confident there
there will be much legislation re
garding labor, and I know that
the President is deeply interested
in the question and will naturally
want all the information that may
HON. A. N. HAYSHI.DEN.
Senator from Lahaina,
Who has proved of valuable assistance
to Maui Legislative Corps. Introducer
of Joint Resolution asking the Attorney
General to investigate Rapid Transit
KALANA O MAUI,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
Ma keia ke kahea nei makou i ka Hui
Repubalika o ke Kalaua o Maui e lialn
wai ma ka Poaono Mei 6th, 1905, e wae i
itiau Hlele e kohoia ma kekahi Halawai
Mahele Koho e malamaia ma ka Poaono
Mei I3th no ka noho ana nla kn
ana ma Wailuku, Poaono, Mei 20th, 1905
ma ka bora ekahi auiua la, no ka Wae
Ana I Na Moho no ke Kulana Kalaua ilo-
ko oke Kalaua o Maui.
O ke ia mau Elele i ka Aha Wae Moho
o ke Kalaua e hui lakou ma kekahi I la
Jawai Apana o ko lakou mau Mahele Ko
ho aPBU aPe koke 5ho 110 0 ka P
ana o ka Aha Wae Moho O Ke Kalaua, a
e wae lakou i mau moho Luna Nui no na
Ma ke kauoha a ke Komite Hooko Ku
waena. J. N. K. KEOLA,
Kaukauolelo Komite Kuwaena Apana
Aperila 26. Mei 6, 13.
Number of Delegates
to be elected.
Ka heluna o 11a Elele
e kohoia ai.
CHICAGO ON THE VERGE
OF INDUSTRIAL STRIKE
The Windy City Anticipates The Greatest Strike
In Its History-Indicted President Of Mil
waukee Bank Goes Bankrupt.
ONE HUNDRED AND THREE NEW LAWS
Two Hundred Russians Killed At Tai Lingwan Russian
Cut Cable On Haimam Togo Will Fight On The De
fensive License Bill Vetoed.
(Special by Wireless to the. News.) ' ;,U
Sugar 9G deg. test, 4:6175. Beets 14s, 8Jd. '
Tokyo, April 28. Admiral Rozdjestvensky is waiting the arrival',
of Admiral Negragatoffs squadron. Admiral Togo will act on the de
fensive, relying upon his speed, torpedo-boats, and sub-marines.
Chicago, April 28. The city is on the verge of the greatest in
dustrial strike in its history.
Milwaukee, April 28. Frank G. Bigelow, tho indicted president of
the First National Bank, has gone into voluntary bankrupty. The
liabilities amount to $3,570,000.
Honolulu, April 28. One hundred and three new laws have been
enacted at the session just passed.
Honolulu, April 27. Governor Carter-signed tho Rapid Transit,
speed bill last night. The County Fnnnce bill - passed over tho
The License bill
Tokio, April 28. During an attackb
wan two hundred Russians were killed.
Hongkong, April 27. The cable mon Haiam has been cut, evi
dently to conceal Russian movements.
St. Petersburg, April 20ib-General Linovich reports that he has
forced sever il bodies of Japanese to retreat abandoning two villages
and burning their provisions.
Tokio, April 3G. Marshal law is to be proclaimed in Formosa.
San Francisco, April 20. Tax Collector E. J. Smith has abs
conded with over $69,000 of Southern Pacific taxes. Honolulu has
been notified to lookout for him.
.San FranciBco, April 28. Smith's shortage is now $90,000.
Chicago, 111., April 25. A Hongkong special says the Chinese
are very much excited over the rumor that the Baltic li?et has seized'
the port of Haiman.
Aden, April 25. The situation in Turkish Arabia is critical. Thcv
Arabs defeated 6,000 Turks, capturing seven guns, 200 camels and
Saigon, French Indo-China, April 25. Twenty Japanese warships
passed Kamranh Bay on the 23d.
T ho ships of the Baltic fleet havo captured two Japanese ships
loaded with rice
San Diego, April 24. Tho artillery commands at Honolulu in
cluding Lieut. Col. McClellan, will bo transferred to Fort Rosecrans,
Toulon, April 24. The naval
sacked, but the valuables, aside
Documents and plans were" stoled.
Hempstead, April 24. Congressman Pinckney and tw'o others
wero killed here last night at a mass meeting to secure the enforcement
of the local option law.
St. Louis, April 24. Judgo Thayor, author of the opinion in the
Northern Securities case, is dead.
Paris, April 24. President Loubot and King Edward held a con
St. Petersburg, April 24. A rescript has? been issued assessing
peasants to make good the destruction of property.
Burlington, (la.), April 17.
Pleading with the Board of Com
missioners of the Insane not to
send her to tho insane asylum,
Mrs- Jeanetto R. Craven, the alleg
ed common-law wife of the late
Ssnatar Fair, presented a t-ad spec
tacle this afternoon at the County
Courthouse, but her appeals were
not heeded. The uommifsion ieu
no doubt of her unbalanced mind
and adiudued her insane and
ordered her taken to tho Mount
Pleasant A6vluni. She was re
moved there this evening. The in
formation charirina hor with insan
ity was sworn out by her brother
John Robertson 01 wasmngton, ia.
is vetoed, .and the oil test bill
Russians at Tai-Ling-
construction office bus been raa
froiii archives, wero untouched)
The evidence was of a sensational
nature and entirely convincing.
For the last twenty-four hours Mrs.
Craven has given her guards a hard
time, compelling them sometimes
to uso force to restrain her. To
day she evaded her guard, striking
ono of them in tho face with a
heavy bunch of kyes. She climbed
to the roof of the hotel, and was
starting to atttempt to reach tho
ground by a imide wire when she
was captured by an attendant after
a hard struggle.
When brought into court this
aftornoon Mrs. Craven presented a
pitiful sight, pleading with the
Board not to send her to tho in