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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
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SATURDAY, ..... JUNE 10, 11)05
County The Supreme Court has declared the County Act
Government constitutional, and it now remains with the citizens
of each county to elect the officers 6f the County, who will pro
ceed to organize county government, under the previsions of the
County Government is a radical change in the Hawaiian form
of government, and it will tax the ability of the officers elected to
the utmost, to organize county government on a substantial and
stable basis and get the different branches of the county,
into good and harmonious working order. It is absolutely neces
sary, especially iu inaugurating county government, to put in the
best men to be obtained, aud we honestly believe the best men
-forming for county offices, are the nominees, taken has a whole, of
the Kepublican Party. Auother important reason for electing
Republicans, is, that Republicans are in power in the Territory,
and if the county government is Republican, the County affairs
will go much more smoothly, for the County and Territorial
officers will work together in harmony. It is especially important
that the two branches of government should be harmonious, as
the Territory raises all funds for the use of both the Territory
and County, and under the County Act furnish fifty per cent of
-he Poll, School, Property and Income taxes, to the County
Treasurer, for carrying on the County expenses, provided there
are any funds in the Territorial Treasury. If they have no funds
the County will have to wait for funds, until there is money in the
It will be readily seen that the Territory has a powerful lever
age over the affairs of the Counties, by the hold it has on the money
bags. The only wise thiug to do, is to elect Republicans to County
offices wno are on friendly terms with Governor Carter and the
Territorial Treasurer, and who have the confidence of these
gentlemen. They will work in harmony with the Territorial of
ficers, and will undoubtedly be able to make all necessary hnn
cial arrangements. The Territory is a borrower a good part of
the year, as most of the taxes come in at the last part of the year
The County also will have to be a borrower, and the people
must put in men who have the confidence of the banks
A rally under the auspices of the
Sixth Precinct Club was held Thurs-
ay night to a good sized audience.
The speakers of the evening were S.
Kemnoi who spoke in Hawaiian;
H. Case who interspersed his re
marks by telling t ncedotes; Hon. H.
Baldwin who explained In a con-
cies manner the benefits which will
occure from county government and
the financial status or the counties.
S. E. Kauie, the Bismark of the
Home Rule party, made a very en
thusiastic talk which left no doubt in
the minds of his listeners of his
through and complete conversion to
republicanism and W. F. Crockett,
who probably made the most forcible
speech of the evening. His "rattler"
simile and the political snakes was
Judge Kepoikai who presided at
the meeting and introduced the can
didates closed the meeting by ex
horting all present to vote the
straight republican ticket.
Another rousing interesting meet
ing will be held in Wailuku this com
ing week at which all the republican'
candidates will be present.
Catholic Mission Luau
Vve place the nominees for County Officers, put up
by both parties, side by side, for the sake of com
Dem. Home Rule Independent
W. II. Cornweir
Wailuku H. P. Baldwin...
Makawao T. M. Church '
liana J. Halualani ...J. K. Hanuna
Molokai T. T. Meyers J. N. Wahinui
Sheriff W. E. Saffery T. B. Lyons J. W. Kalua
Treasurer L. M. Baldwin C. Crowell
Auditor .' C. L. Wilcox JJ. H." Kahaulelio
Attorney D. H. Case .' J. M. Vivas
Lahaina C. R. Lindsay W. White
Wailuku S. E. Keliinoi Tom Clark
Makawao Edgar Morton..
Hana F. Wittrock
Molokai J. M. Mahoe
W. E. K. Maikai
F. W. Beckley
Republican Candidates Talk
A Bad Accident.
Five pigs, two bullocks and hordes
of tishes have so far founii their way
towards providing soma of the
good things for the luau and fair at
the Catholic Mission tonight. Special
trains from Paia and elsewhere along
the railroad will be run in the even
ing. A genuine grass hut where
will be served liquid refreshments
will be one of the many attractions
The receipts of this luau and fair
will b- devoted to paying for the
many improvements to the interior
as well as the exterior of the church.
Last Tuesday morning Mrs. A. N.
Kepoikai, Mrs. T. B. Lyons and Mrs.
Aluh who were en route to Maka
wao, met with an accident on the
beach road between Wailuku and
One of the horses hitched to the
hack stumbled and went down cn
his knees, breaking the center piece
on the neck yrke. Fearing that the
team might run away Mrs. Liyons
gave the baby to Mrs. Kepoikai In
tending to jump out and rescue the
child. Mrs. Kepoikai did not, how
ever, wait, but with the child in
her arms leaped from the moving
hack, falling on her side and head
sustaining severe bruises on the face,
shoulder and forearm. Mrs. Lyons
was also severely bruised on the
body and limbs.
Mrs. Aluli who was in front with
the driver holding an older child of
Mrs. Lyons kept her seat and thus
escaped with nothing more than a
The horses were brought to a stand
still, the harness repaired aud Mrs
LyoDS, Mrs. Aluli and the children
returned home. Mrs.. Kepoikai was
conveyed home in another hack
which was passing at the time.
Fortunately neither Mrs. Kepoikai
or Mrs. Lyons, while badly bruised
and skaken up, will sutler any per
Ball Game at Lahaina.
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
p. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier.
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. II. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Misfortune is liable to over
take you in money matters.
Then it is that a good sized
"nest egg" in the savings bank
comes "powerful handy". Over
and over again have we seen
comforting relief come to those
who had accumulated a fund
in this bank. If you havn't
the time to do it. . 1
The risks or keeping seeun-
ties about your premises are
many and great. These risks
can bo wholly avoided by the
use of our safe deposit vaults.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
! THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid
Made a Fast Run.'
Mr. Dyer, representing the Gus Schu-
tnan Co. of Honolulu, accompanied by
J. Dow tuade the run from Lahaina to
Wailuku, Thursday June I with a Ford
Touring Car. in the exellent time of one
hour and thirty minutes. On their return
to Lahaina they cut this time by thirteen
There is some talk of muning auto
mobiles between the ancient seat of
government and the county seat, making
the run on regular schedule.
Mr. Dow has purchased the machine
and will, in conjunction with another
touring car of the same make, operate
in and around Lahaina as well as be
tween Lahaina and Wailuku.
Mr. Rockefeller might bring the case
to a climax by offering Kansas a present
of money with which to build her in
dependent oil refinery. The New York
LAHAINA, June 5. After two
Sundays had clasped tbe ball games
of the season were again reopened
between the Ilimas and Unknowns on
Sunday June 4.
Following is the result of the game:
Runs by Innings:
Unknowns. ...0 20000000 2
Ilimas 1 2 1 1 3 4 0 1 13
Two base hits Ilimas 5. Base on
balls off W. Espinda 3, of J. Espinda 5.
Struck out by W. Espicada 7, by J.
Passed balls Ilimas 2, Unkowns 4,
Home Run by Ph. Espinda. Time of
Game, 1 hr. 52 mlns. Umpire, D R.
Kahaulelio. Score, W. 1. rloopn.
A friendly game between the Pio
neers and Venus was played after
the league game. The Venus players
proved themselves to be good slugg
ers. The League Game on Sunday June
11, has been suspended, as the Pio
neer will cross bats with the Junior
Star of Wailuku. The Ilimas are to
play a Pick Niue trom the Unknowns
Purse will be awarded to the Winn
Have Nominated Good Men.
Financial It must be evident to all that the Board of Super
Status visors aud other officers put up by the Republican
Party are men that will have the confidence of the people, the Ter
ritorial Governor and banks; whereas, the Board of Supervisors
Treasurer and other officers put up by the Fusion Party will
not instil confidence, and will have great difficulty in making finan
cial arrangements with the banks for running the county.
Stand by The Republican Party passed the County Bill
the Party through the Legislature. Let the party who
passed the law inaugurate County government for the territory.
Vote the whole Republican ticket; you will then have county officers
who will work together in harmony.
Mosquito Isn't it time that the Beard of Health, through the
Pest local health officer, was doing something towards
diminishing the night crops of mosquitos. A little coal oil in the
taro patches will work wonders. Look to your back yards for old
hollow dishes, cans, etc., and if these are kept free of stagnant
water there will be a perceplable diminution of these infection
The residents of Maui have, Engineer Hugh Howell to thank
for rushing the necessary preliminary work of surveying the
various roads, wharves, landings, bridges and trails called for in
the appropriations for waui available to June 30. Should there
be any hitch in the completion after calling for tenders the fault
will not lie with Engineer Howell, as all the survev work, the
drawing of the plans and specifications and the advertising for
bias nave been completed.
Maui is the proud possessor of a touring car transportation
line between Lahaina and Wailuku. Mr. J. Dow, well known to
tbe old residents, is the inaugurator of the new auto line and the
News believes Mr. Dow will undoubtedly make a signal succes of
Vote the straight Republican Ticket
" Yes ; I am well satisfied with the
Republican outlook for the County
election on Maui," said Hon. H. P.
Baldwin to a Bulletin representative.
" We have nominated a good Coun
ty ticket, and I feel confident that
it will be enthusiastically supported
hv our party.
"While I know that the present
status of the County Act Is. a ques
tkm purely of law to be decided by
the Supreme Court, vet I can not
help hoping that the Act will be sus
"It is a simple one and imposes a
comparatively inexpensive form of
local gr vernment.
"If we get it now, the present
acute political unrest, which disturbs
our business Interests, will be quieted.
"A'hat can we expect but turmoil
and confusion, perbaps in the next
legislative session, certainly la the
next campaign, if we keep disap
pointing the expectations of the peo
ple, who want local government?
And that unsettles business."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Administrator's Notic To Credi-
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 5th day of
June, A. D. 1905 duly appointed
Administrator of the estate of Annie
Mber, late of Makawao, Maui, de
ceased, by order of the Honorable A.
N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circui
Territory of Hawaii.
Therefore, ail creditors of said
estate and said deceased are notified
hereby to present their claims, duly
authenticated, with the proper vou
chers, if any exist, even if the claim
is secured by mortgage upon real
estate to the undersigned at his law
office at Wailuku, island of Maui, T.
H., within six months from the date
of this notice; said date being the
first publication of this notice; other
wise such claims if any, will be forever
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 9th,
JAMES L. COKE,
Administrator of the estate of Annie
Miner, late of Makawao, Maui,
June 10-17-24. July 1.
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