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.. VOLUME XI
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1905.
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
rANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU : : :
. Telepbono 393.
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
offices: kei'oikai block
C. II. DICKEY
Attorney and Councelloii at Law
37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
Business from Maul people es
pecially solicited. .
ARE COMING TO FRONT
Democrats and Home Rulers Fuse And Name
Officers-One Ticket In Outside Districts.
Precinct Elections To-Night.
LAHAINA FORMS BASEBALL LEAGUE.
A Red-Hot Game of Ten Innings Witnessed by Five Hundred
People Wailuku and Kahului Sports Attend.
County Act Will Fail.
Dk. JOHN WEDDIOK,
9 to 10 a.m., 2 to 4 P.M.,
7 to 8 p. m. Hospital 10 a. m.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Sunnyside And Puunene
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyencer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License for supervisor from this district,
The political pot on Maui has
commenced to boil, and the in
dications are that there will be
something doing along about
June 20, if the "gold brick"
County Act is decided by the Su
preme Court to be legal. Things
are decidedly warm in Wailuku.
The fusionists -the Democratic
Home Rulers are combining on
nominees, and while their primar
ies have been hold separately
they endorsed the same probable
candidates for the various offices.
On the Republican side there
are four candidates for sheriff :
two who are willing to accept the
office of County Clerk; two for
Auditor; two for Treasurer, and
two for County Attorney.
It is too early as yet to attempt
to predict who will be the choice
running. J. nose ana roiOKa
mtulc sacrcfice hits and the inning
closed with three runs for the Pio
neers giving them the best of the
score by two runs. The excitmcnt
at thii point was of a "frenzied
nature as the Pioneers had a host
of friends of both sexes who were
as desirous of seeing them win the
game as the routers for the Ilimas.
Keopo of the Ilimas made a two
base hit in the fifth but as the two
batters ahead of him had been re
tired and A puna who followed him
fanned out lie was left on base.
King of the Pioneers made a
safe hit and by an error of the III
mns shortstop scored one run. This
was thc-last run scored bj the Pio
neers until the tenth inning. The
Ilimas scored one run in the seven
th, eight, and ninth inning tying
the score of the Pioneers and neces
sita'.ina an extra inning.
King in his anxiety to brerk
the deadloch in the score got mix
ed up between the basc3 and was
hnall v retired. O. Hose, bearle,
i'aihui, J. Hose and eoloka each
scored a run making the Pioneers
JAPS REPULSE RUSSIAN
ATTACK jiT YEN CHENG
Sixty Killed and A Hundred and Sixty Wounded.
Two Russian Cruisers Sighted North of Japan.
President Returns to Washington.
TOWN WIPED OUT BY TORNADO.
Federal Judge Bellinger of Oregon Dying Express Train
Collides With Freight Train Loaded With
Dynamite Rioting Continues in Chicago,
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ipuini ui uiu Junius shuck, oui,
and Kauanuu out of sympathy did
likewise. Espinda got to first on a
block ball, and home on a wild
Office, Circuit Corut, 2nd urcun.
MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Island. of Molokai
although three have, signified
their willingness to serve if en
dorsed by the precinct club.
At the meeting held last Satur
day evening it was decided that
the voting for delegates to-day
shbuld be between the hours of
three and eight p. m. With the
exceptionlof the Seventh, Tenth
and Fifteenth precincts, who will
nominate and elect to-night, all
of the precinct clubs held their
meetings last Saturday tonomin-
ni a t ol nrrn inc in Via otonforl f.O.
Men's : Elegant : Suits night' and who wm attend the
Countv to be held at Wailuku on
Wittrock: the Fourteenth, L. Pa
palinu, Kahele. Judge Piimanu or to the good by 5 runs.
A. Gross;; the Eighteenth, A.
Kapaoa, R. J K. Nawahine, John
Paikaka and Frank Sommerfeld ;
the Nineteenth, Hugh Howell,
the Twentieth, J. P. Kamai, Na-
So far as can be learned the
Fusion ticket of the Sixth pre
cinct have decided upon J. M.
Vivas as County Attorney ; W. H. game
Cornwell, Supervisor; T. B. Ly
ons. Sheriff, Thomas Clark De
puty Sheriff and George Cum
mings. County Clerk, David Ka
haulelio, Auditor and Paia Naki
Wiiliam Smith, bookkeeper for
A. Enos, was nominated for
Treasurer, but Mr. Smith posi
tively declines the honor, saying
he is not in politics.
(Special by Wireless to the News.)
Sugar 9G deg. test, 4:49. Beets 14s. 3d
WASHINGTON. Mav 12. President Roosevelt has returned
this City after having covered six thousand miles'.
TOKIO, May 11. Two cruisers supposed to be the Rossia arid
throw, while Minor the last Ilimas Gromoboi from Vladvostok were seen off Aonore, north of Japan, May
to the bat followed suit to Apuna nM,
iind Kn.iin.nun. thus clnsintr the ini-
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tin! game of the season. Tomor- , PORTLAND, Oregon, May VI. Federal Judge jieuingens uymg.
-The Russians made an attack near Vencheng
VAir tlii I n rnnn'MD nvwl Klfltinftra
,v,mi !,,. TOKIO, May 12.-
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Following is the summary of the but were repulsed with bU killed and lull wounueu.
AB. R. BII. PO.
Rodrigues, 1: f.
Kauae, r. f.
O. Hose, 3b.
J. Searle, ib.
Pailiiu, c. f.
J., Hose, 2b.
Lahaina Opens the Season.
In Blue Sere
Per Suit and
We will order any size you
wish if not in stock ....
Also White Duck Pants
and Vests, Linen Dusters
andtye'rything else in the
Gents''. Furnishing Goods
In the Third precinct there will
probably be only the dne ticket
with the following as delegates :
G. H. Dunn, Wm. Henning, S.
Kapu, C. R. Lindsay, J. J. New
combe, J. Recard and Fi. Waia
holo. For Supervisor the Third's
choice would be W. L. Decoto,
and Mr. Decoto would go" in with
flying colors, but for business
I reasons he declines to allow his
name to bo used, so that the mat
ter lies between William Henning
D. Espinda, p.
B. Miner, 2b.
J. Espinda, it.
12" 30 14 2
D. Kioho, 3b.
Lahaina was the busiest town on
Maui last Sunday; and to many of
1ia nlil timers it. reminded them of
the "good old days" when Lahaina Buctaraan, ss.
was the scat of government and the KaaiUue, c-1.
offing was full of whaling ships.
All this bustle and activity was
caused by the announcement that
Lahaina had done what the other
towns of Maui were only thinking
about, but had failed to do; or
ganize a ball league.
Bus load nfter bus load of en
thusiasts from Wailuku and Kahu
lui were to bo seen wending their
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and George Duun.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VEXLESEN, Prop.
Hollister Drug Ccu
HONOLULU, II. T
Totals 35 5 5
Runs and hits by innings.
Pioneers, 003100000 5 9
Base hits, 01x112210 312
Ilimas, 0010001 I 1 15
Base hits, 01 1000101 I 5
Two-base hits Ilimas 5. Base on balls
off King 3, off Espinda 3. Struck out by
King 12, by lispmila, 3;
ST. PETERSBURG, May 12. General Linevitch hus reported to
have repulsed several Japanese cavalry attacks against advanco posts.
OKLAHAMA CITY, May 11. The entire town of Snyder has
been destroyed by a torando. The estimated loss is 5UU killed or
HARRISBURG, Pa., May ll.--An express train on the Pennsy-
lvnia Railroad collided last night with a dynamite laden freight tram.
It isjestimated that 50 people were killed and 100 wounded.
PARIS, May 9. The Russian fleet is leaving Whatrang bay. Tho
French authorities, to prevent a breach of neutrality, are keeping, the
GUNSHU PASS, May 9. There are 15,000 men in the various
hospitals here. ' '
TOKIO, May 9. Preparations are being made to substitute civil
government in the territory occupied by the Japanese armies.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 9. The Czar is said to have accepted
the report of the commission providing for a council of GOO zemstvos,
the members to be elected for advisory purposes but to he powerless
DENVER, May 9. President Roosevelt was the guest of honor
here last evening at a banquet.
NEW YORK, May 9. Minister Bowen has returned from Ven-
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ezueia. 110 ruiuseo w uu imtivivn,
CHICAGO, May 9. The delivery service is improving. There
was fragmentary rioting yesterday.
TIFLIS May 9. A mob tried to rescue tho arrested incendiaries
but the troops drove it off, killing and wounding twenty.
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way uuiiUMiinuiu 111 uiu co . 5 -hv Espimla, 8; Passed
hours of daylight, so that With tho nimas 1 Wild pitch by King 2.
thirtv or more from central Maui Tho second came of the day was
together with those of west Maui supposed to be played by the Un-1 mmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmw.mMwm
will support C.
The probable delegate from tho
Fourth will bo Charles Gay, and
from the Fifth, D. Kawahinekoa.
In tho Sixth (Wailuku) the fol
lowing were uominated ; W. F.
Crockett, A. N. Kepoikai, S. E.
Kellinoi, J. Kim, J. N. K, Keola,
J. K. Kabookolo, J. W. Kulua, S.
E. Kaiuo, C. A. Kanaehole, C,
"H r.uflrm T) r. Mnvnre. A R
This name on a Package Naouo, w! t. Robinson, w. e.
Saffory, J. Wreddic)c, George
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t a... i 1 Know 18 1U U iIUUIUI UllllC, uuu
sometningiiKeiouroruvunuimrcu Emnnu.w nf rlifinnoint. rm county ACT WILL FAIL.
people were gatiiereu at iviion ana - . inasmuch the Unknowns
park in the afternoon to witnesp weronotin cood working order whilo
tho opening contest between the the Junior Stars, the crack team of HONOLULU, May "'llie
Pioneers and tho Ilimas. youngsters from Wailuku were in County Act is a gold brick," said
Ami tt.n n hnfllfi roval from good trim and their team work ' r ,. thia moruinK. "1
--, - g0 excellent that alter tno latter " ., ,
start to finish, and so hotly was ,,., ,.;,.! ,.n twoivo runs ;n four do not see how it can possiDlj
the supermany fought for that an innings , the game was called. stand." And if it didn't stand,
additional inning was necessary to Notes Ok The Games. provided that appropriations are
decide the game. The Wailuku contingency with mnd(j h ft yiow to its being in
The Pioneer team which is made SnT&TMnS. effect, the governor admitted that
up almost entirely of mill boys i u ti10 i1!ir,ier he would at once have to consider
were not supposed to bo the favo- The red and white fish horns in tho matter of calling another extra
rites although their admirers said the hands of tho young ladies gcssion.
nf Hrtift-cnr Mprlininp ic n Weight, and R. A. Wadsworth.
Ul Jil VI lllVUiVUIW MU u
fTho V, nrVitl
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
The Eighth precinct will send
Jumes Scott; tho Ninth, W. F.
Hardy, Edgar Morton and David
Morton, supporting Edgar Mor
ton for Deputy bherill; the
Eleventh, W. E. Maikai; tho
lfll...lfH, T?r,r r'nil,iii . fVQ Tllll.
All first class stores handle toonth will nick from tho follow
inn. R AiUnn. T. K. Himuiiu. N
our goods. , Olmsted. M. II. Router and F,
that at no stage of the gamo would wearing the red and while rosettes
.t ,1 . u llf ,.- T11C COVOrnor was wihiuibuuiib
nicy uuiiuvu mat uuiiiu t'uimuu
would bo fickle. Ut the came. Tim Star of vesterday regarding
The 1'ionecrs who wero urst to Tho bovs of Lahaina nave every r.rn,nt mnnloves rn nolitici
l " . . .. ... , i I ' w 1 u
the bat went down and out m al- reason to thanks the ollicers oi ue IJo Umt ho had not;ccti the
most one, two, three order, while J statements regarding employes'
tho Ilimas wero equally nrt- . u provided in so activity, also the statomont
unate. Neither side scored. Uhorf notice. thero nnneared to bo a directing
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This ordor of things lasted lor
two innuiL's for tho Pioneers, but s
' c i.:
in the third inning Keopo got to 1 ' n, J ferenco to mo." said Oortor with a
very pleasant buiuo,
jnort nonce. tnero appeareu io uu a uiim"i.
It would bo worth a mans life to hea(1 who was guiding thorn, "Of
.peak lightly of President Ilenn- courgo it cannotbo meant for a re-
(trai r linlls tlnln Knnnnil. U'flH ail
"fv " ' . came,
vanccd to third on tho play, and Tt wasjoshingly said that a sack of
camo homo on a passed ball.' Po- Hour, coffee and bread figured in
loko for the Pioneers wjis given tho game Sunday but no one be
first on balls, stolo second and heyos it.
mat oh , It was a common remark that
third, hut uoungues, Kauai tJ)0 kicis known as tho Junior Star
King fanned out, leaving Poloka to ti,0h. fioldinij iust like "dock
"dio'' on base. Scoro 1 to 0. lho work" and wero invincible.
fnnrtl. inninfr fnilurl ih hrinc tho Geortre Sohrader of Wailuku and
Ilijuag an additional scoro whilo the Kaloi Kahaulolio umpired tho gamo
Pionoers scored four base hits hand betweon tno rioneors anu imuas.
"Personally I havo not taken
any intorest in tho county light,"
continued tho governor, "largely
because I do not oxiioct to seo the
countv not iro into effoot. I do not
seo how it can stand. I am not
boliovor in county
that kind anyhow.
matter of. politics is ' ooncernod,
As far as the
do not really know what has been
done in my own precinct. Beforo
I was a member of tho government
at all, as a man in politics I found
just tho opposite from a tendency
of government employes to go into
politics I found it difficult to stir
many of them to taking enough
interest, and to much tendency to
leave political activity to tho
agitators and kickors outside.
'Even the members of tho legis
lature who enacted tho county hill,
which I cortainly had nothing to
do with, having vetoed it, do not
appear to roposo confidonco in it
and arc making Territorial appro
priations for some of thoir
Tho governor was askod what
would bo thosituation if tho logisla-
turo made appropriations based on
the county act and thon adjourned,
if the county act was subsequently
knocked out. llo replied that the
situation would probably be tho
same as two years ngo, when an
extra session was found uecesuary.
It was possible however, that this
might be avoided by using the
old appropriations, under the
theory that the legislature, after
being once called in extra session
to make appropriations bad ailed
1 1 to do so,